Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01565
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: February 2, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01565
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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m u1 1 1,1 L ..M. I.-This
#*vas WeU as oeM fm the
i i to lmary. For the rat
Pi M MNo ry f the city latoxiz
ol ow desrIptsaU or comdton
so be bad r beve nor money
f U v aA deWa. aod Nailed
MM W- d#ast. ClCubena who
Wit o4 I4 p tv iAg of imbfb-
S4d5 paIt"Abe i" feof the ad.
IM Wamllma. and te fithful few
-e eaN thor ambresIal spirits
a bM prelatltous asouree fuenad
sa kws the same category
l dblama was really so auassal
it Was hard to belve, many
dIs the mater s a Joke
omarda alaerao Couity SoUclicr
UW T. Gray Nned motee upoa all
in t I ity that me Istoliueat"
b he mM nday. This ndclud4r

throughout the day. as well as th' saile court sea Ik-user. Judge Juliass the sourman..I evength of Us- organs
thoster's Club. across the Harr and Mark of t'hwasu. \Its. Jarw Addama nation
the other lastitutiess of the kind in .st that it........ and .man< ab.. sus. In the thre. .aut
brut ate de-tru ts or

the eity
It Is not known what po .'mai.d 0So
li'ltu r Oray to take this budd, sI and
Usetmpeteld istep An effort to cuci-
mlunltate wllit 1lis lal tiihtl uIo u.d
futile, aud tliteretfore o i t Iexpael ilonl
from hbim upon the subjsjt ttlA be gis
eu at this writllu
tuwrlter. the lluo. a Io, tcnoltUJud
by ainy anud it I. prubabiL that the
order ill taku i'rmuaunnut rfect

tulg ~ sAltl is-tit bis a ecimal t.'t~r.
tI eht 1Ihe 're- itel. i~t 4%i~r.'A&, G taim
el-eq io to rt~nt ilitie wee%,rk tccl clicking
ocut f'll tile eilidreit sid urge-d tii..

I',Ve iivl\.tii.s -:t M1r l.* 1- h t roll
of tel unlil Ii 1c I i e, 'll ta li I IhI.
llt lof :; I.' lieh w a, k>I I'r A.-
tlhier Iniu nurllnIh r ef Ise, \..ik. r- mii
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l*t I' flCotlu I ti a iltid| i l tl f lie t(le i l tiv 'a :' II., ti .i I
lIha lthat of taki Kg < tir.- Af the 't hil -, I't- "i'hl .tto till i I I Ai A! lt i
dr u'en alido I cts i.,1 o f lhI lIth li I r. l-
Atcordiaig to) Mit l. I r, l,.e t lth rt
SubscriT, for The Sun and vote for ar.* only 4 517 union lnsilabt'r.r
)vur L.buic lu the plUanU contestL 1 'IL .AiLS Ljt tL.t u i, tiL u.r


Svllt 1 now about Completed and t"e
Masons will son have the privilege
a a n pleasure of meeting their own
SMm h hcf to -*u--- Ele eBmv Deisys
The se to work for toe buiding was
aM4i Attd Ag -l- -hed-urday ad thecontract- I Wi
r ror ftr ttl part of the work took his
*IM"P dUeparture.
gmShm l toeaa py im, Is gramd Only a part of the root remains to VALDOSTA. Ga.. Feb. 1.-Yester-
g agI lgibig wmn may rI eroeee be put on. aad then the buldian will ay was "Red Sunday" n Valdota.
tl tLo asemo of tLs stupasda be gives up to the carpeaftr. to put ix Ire alarms were eat t and from
Si M on the Stt ing touebes t the Inside, 1 o'clock until dark the Iremen and
l T wa a s e tin written law whch wilU be th early part of the orses were busy. Three conagra
I e ae th t nmew members tof at comari week. tis were betg fought at one time,
i be s1i be e eMikUre1. seen but Whe4 completed It will be one of with a high wind blowing and the
I t hard, bt tie preodeat has been the alcest builMngs of the city. and temperature low enough to almost
S- ai d by a eI l rw arng young- will be a credit t only to Gainesvlle free the water a It came from the
a6 Is La lsUWtte B .vert ge& ad but oe of the best md largest halls noales.
et. dler there was e ly a mld sa- of its kind It the State The first blase was on the roof of
m-AA lA t wee wha aor C --- a small house In the southern part of
a dw of W deUtler his maWen tana. Is responsible for the propol- the town and was quickly put out. As
SIek en the I object of postal as on to have a road about two hun- the fremen reached their quarters an
)W m TIh aew Saator was dried feet wide from the front door of alarm came In from the residence of
ot ~s t a s he wod have been In the White House to the battle fled Mrs. I. M. llitch. Patterson street.
SIt eid dayis by spLea m to empty of Gettysburg with spaces along It al The fire caught In the roof and cell-
I oset r haevlm to eadare Irrevelet plotted to each Stat' which will be in from a defective flue and the up-
S atgptgas, bat heM fairly large called upon to erect grope of statu- per part of the. houe wa. in flames
a Morl el hist a otlagesa I their ary or monuments suitable as a Un- before th.. .laria Aa s tet The fire,
. pls d was declared by them later cola memorial. The proposition men fout. i t hydrants trozen., tut
Se have aequittd limself like a vete- sounds well. A national memorial to made a .' ,- itht to ae adjoining'
I Ae. the great President is desirable, and property. The re-,ide.ce was old a.d
j IepIrvire lv Baley f llinois such a highway might well embody burned like tinder .Mich of th.
. Iatredmad a Mtle eamaatloallsm Into the artistic and patriotic sentiment of household effects we re haved. Th,
, te b pu edta a of the bse by a the people, but carried out it ght loss n $j.Iomi with insurance ot $1.es,.
Spesek o i which he mid the Presl- result In such another group of status i the r wer hti t
S t of a misrtatemet of facts In his ary horrors as may be seen in the larturne
,e i- Il mes.ge. to Comgrs eoneera- rotunda of the capitol or in some of
Sst, ". 1 o'rt. where fire originated1 from
* the l sa i 119K. and an the squares of Washlngton. Nothing a d t e tide in a houseoccupid by
Sattms Mr. Crmwell for s rcon- short o physical violence t see can Pearl-
asu s wit aairs Ita Pama as GOe eradicate from the American mind G tke and ownPe
Sal O l Or the Pama Caal the love of equestrian statues, and r house were on fre before the
,CM Be coned hi speeme with the thought of Afty miles of war be- Tremen arrived and a high wind was
&a mie- or a threat to lsh Mr. res careering and e rt s on Imm- blowing the flames to other houses.
G iegwel up at im later date. and possible horses Is one to make the The houses occupied by Mrs. Mitchell.
i1: "Whea I a through with this most stoleal apprebhensive. Of course boringg and three Syrians on a
w a Cremwe the PresDeat and the the automobiles in New York. Phil- bac"k street. were burned. S ven
* _easrnteleet are welcome to all that deiplhis. Ialtimore and WashingtonhousesIn all were destroyed the loss
houase in all were destroyed, the loss
Ss lkt of him." Mr. Raluey went we charmed at the idea of a road sur amount to about $11000. with In
W ll tb e or hdred years Into the passing that at Daytona for motor durance of 4 Sktryo t Pumas., brought it up to rain. but artists and architects are While the firemen were working
d. date, ad aseided with a predle- flooding their members in Congress. there an alarm was sent in from Iti
I ties or the tre which the United with appeals to leave the decsin 23. n the extreme southern t of the
23. In the extreme Houther part of the
I Ites Is to wreek Itself on the same about the adornment of the road to A detachment which answered
city. A detachment which answered
i rek whkih laadered the French ca- those wbon know something about art. this call had hardly reached head-
d Mr. Crowel wu ps ar, e I re ,-tht*< call had hardly reached head-
. nal schmM. Mr Cramwell was Three prepoalticls are twbefore Con- .
quarter before another alarm came
I haracnterlad as the "Nation's de- gross for the construcUon of a proper In. This blase was in a nest of frame
Sspeller," a' d be taINsiated that the memorial to Lincoln. One provides T bl wan a t ora
, Prtes Iseet has bees a party to for the road to Gettysburg. another building', occupied by Syrian merch
*ant There were six brick stores
ehesmes om the Isthmua which have for a nomw.w-nt upon a location about There were six brick stores
bees of prw t to Mr. Cromwell. his atf the Washlngtoo monument, and the with a wall In three feet of the burn-
pereaal friends and Charles P. Taft. third for a memorial arch or peristyle ngbulding and a large frame board
hs brother. *Se*atos have become between the new union Station and the Ing house on the other .ide. The
frame structure in which the fire'
so commas n Cohgress of late that capitol. It has also been suggested originated was gutted, but no furte
the have lst their edge. and so many that the capitol grounds be damaged was done The but no further
have had a had Is the pastime of teded and a suitable meonu- dam.a The building was owned by
speaking the PresMeat that a charge meant be placed in them as a Oue200 The., and wa occupied by
. agabt the PresMdent-elect is regarded memorial. D. H. Hurnham. the dis- o&a and two other cyrcan merbh-
as a mlo aalr. tinguashed architect, has cabled from __
I An elderly white haired man who Europe that a peristyle and a monu-
6 has speat the moseet productive part of mental architectural treatment of the f
his ife a a sheep ranch nla Montana., entrance way to the Capitol in no f A
I the healga Seaator Carter of Mon- matter whose name it is erected i B
I den:anded by artistic requirements.
and It would certainly sIeem to the
lay mind a better solution of the dis- r
statue on the river front, or even an
Imitation of an Applon way to Gettys-
4 -burg PITT81l*'RG. Pa. Feb I 1 -With the
SJa X& Clubs IThe President. who is not only the expirationm of the agrtee~mnent t.'twe* Sadv'xate of large families but also the the anthrau.ele linle worker., and
friend of children. appeared twice
operators only a fw w,...k. off the
last week at the. convention which
the more fashionable club, as well as had for its o.ject. the,. betterment of condition of the l1l1ers' Ulhiloi iii hi"
other InstIltutlas of the character In the condition of delendenut aid orphan ".nthracite re.gial s h now a subject of
and about the city. It is said that chlldr.n in this (countr.v I hic. lie( Seollcltor Gray threatened In.tant and of welcome tto thi. deIe.gat,.. aionx I'lher, 'r.esid.iat l... o f the. I i.
vlorou prosecutor of any violator. ho, ,..re. such idely kow n elail.ald MI.e Wolrker ,.,f Ain>t. a in hliii
It is understood that the lemlunole thr.>|.;cn a Thli.~eodore lraret.rt of N. address. Ihfor. it. 'ie ccln.ieioi .h t Int
and Elks clb. kept booths closed York Judge' t- IIJn ndsay of the u .'- dlanlalollc 'li|.lie.hd hfiur'.. ,thoelimg

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ants. The Dre originated from a .
fective flue.
The day's record is six fires, elev
houses burned, and a loss of 12.0
partially Insured.
Severe Fire at Milton.
PENSACOL, A. Fla., Feb. l-The toal
of Milton, thirty miles east of Penas
cola. was practically wiped of the
map by fire Sunday. the entire bust.
ness section and several residences
being destroyed. The total los is
estimated at between 10.000 at
The two banks, the city ball. WaS
dorf liot.l. Santa Rosa Star buUildbh
two liveryv tables and a lozen stori
were destroyed. The building of the
Flr-t National ltiank sas the hba.
|)one'st iln town hai\ ing juxt been cow
i' ','dt :t ; o.st of $3.;,.W4M
A s|lw'eal tr;ln with an engine ad
i)Eid;i;>At litt froim I n 'liarola a d
1' i-lly :-us te .ld in Iextiniguishug the
S'~in's after thev had started* their
I.t.rk of (di-truction in tl;e' re.ldntial
Carabelle Alson Suffers.
PENSACOLA. Fla. Feb. In a a
fire at Carrabelle. Fla.. last night a
hotel, three store'. and a large u--
tity of lumber in the yards of the
Franklin Lumbtr Company were de-
stroyed. The loss i, estimated at

JACKSONVI-llI.. KFla Feb 1 -The
Tubercul-is. Exhibitioni has met with
so much succs in .IJack. onville that
the bu.in'-es. n:.n of the State are b-
Ing especially inv ited to attend a meet-
Ing here Thurrday. February 4. for a
special conference on the study of the -
economic topics of tutlmrculwis. The
main object will be to co, rld'W tih
campaign against this, disease through-
out the State Several bu.-in1a 1ss0
will wp.ak. and idleations Iow point
to a succest.fil lnetinKg (f relreset.-
tive mn for pushing a complete Sta5
campaign. and the agitation fot o0-
needed legislate lon for the care of
tuberculosis patients.


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f itaIc ( (t1&~it t t I~eate
I ll. tit Ill .N a k gt lt 11. it raii
ruigiecia stuuallt Wfree 1111I""re ~'M't
m m.e 10i t thh r.,-ull th1t1the
Fi.lo-1 1.1%I 1 11,, I it I .'I-n I, -ro:.&fiW
tilid 1,114t. C0m hait II1 I-I "111,i Itabb
lihewd te the strike-C of
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..... s e We tea. Cels. T. mh

have ioet sa r been as gey
W t- afternoon and even
Ing- T e uTlage whof o. I.
boo&, veim a, i roplarly, Uan dte
b- fae daily. An a
___ r student and taeber. Dr.
3Eu the Iw equals i the country.
d the ee e at 3:30 o ale bopNor.
S- vored another of his interest.-
S emrms to a good congregation.
d i I d evenifg Rev. Dr. Smith
eemad his oemet here, much to
-__0h0e rup y at a ee who had hoped be
would da e". to eamai longer.

W b M Wr. Gl w esit the Bible
hstWi behor at 10 i 'esek. .s .amsug what is
perha-s the most deeply spiritual Be-
8S tes of Seripture studies that the
m S ~b Gai-e-w lloe vt Cnfeese has ever
B"1 I 0 the afterooss at 3:30 will begin
m U 3M1N. OM& a twod4ys eenoerome on Mission
!- l tW Wek under the gauidamee of Rev. S.
8 a BI. Legers, who will bring with him
SId t b" b everal ae speakers whbeo have been
i, Meammone at the Baptist state
Gosn entiOn Mj losed.
6 .m 0B. o In 1e even the will he a doe-
w ea. W&I. alenatoaMdit wiheneemssmary
a* eime. n b gi the.sr Vi, for thisaocoasio
eI oba e promptl.w y at 7 o'elock. instead of
16eret boM-past eveM Mas uMal. The pubile
9l plee- take 'mtle. Rev. T. B.
Mai. Missonary Educational Serem

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ary of the Bapst Church. will give
a Iletmor as Miiom. llustrated with
meretinm views. He will be fol-
w;ud gy Rev. Cyrus Townsend Brady.
reafr af t. George's Episcopal
lueh. Kaams City. Mo.. who will
oetaure on "The Romance of the Work
lfor Christ from the Equator to the
Aretie Circle. Dr. Brady comes with
a reetatio anot merely national, but
aierauiomnal, as an author equally
eueega nl l his tory, biography. re-
iMgom li terature and Setion. and he is
net only a realistic writer, but a i.peak-
er of muesual eloquence and power.
His series of addresses will be among
the treats of the Conference, and will
so doubt draw the largest crowds that
have been present to date.
PFor Marsal.
To the Voters of the City of Galnes-
I am a madldaste for City Marshal,
for reelection on April 13. I have
served the people faithfully and ea.
cetetlr nlght and day. and my record
In apen for impection.
I1 my service during the past year
has been **U*ftetory I ask the sup-
pet sad vote of each and every ciU-
N- who is quaiUed. I can only
promieM the same service as I have
endeavred to give in the past.
Yours for order.
FPer City Marehal.
I reepectfully *Dmousce myself a
eadMiate for the oflce of City Mar-
shal. to be voted for at the election
on April 13. lIs9 If elected I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the
oSee without fear or favor I re-
spectfully solicit the vot(i of all. Ir
respective of party affilation
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Ih h'l lilihk I t |ll, .- t I.., ll ,
rha.,us ..na>tl, eI 1 n' I a. .. i.. .\
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4t4'1i lh (e .t 11 l l U l IJr"
As ad tuivl. iag ailld ti, bt-.t ui.jikvt
for everythilig el,. hLy LJUt fur ),jur
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New bird Theatre.
Thursday, PrWq and BSW -d"
Mt. 4, -, S-en ay a nd oiMpuNW.
Wbs s b6. 10-" The Late Mr.
Je.," # rheo a aedge end Ohem.
Ileetrle Theatre.
Na r Mewdg Pesur.e, wA oaftrcor
and dg t, ercejpt Sunwdy.
aIetrie Teatreo.
The pictures last night at the Elec-
tric Theatre were simply fine and
highly appreciated by the good sled
audience. Those to be shown every
might this week are of the latest
manufacture and the subjects will all
be of great Inaterest. To those who
enjoy this form of amusement the
present week will be a treat and not
a night should be missed.
vWe Raw ComIn.
Manager KalbieM anmounces the
eomiag of Eva Ray and company to
the New Baird Theatre for three
nights, commecina Thursday. Feb.
4th. nla speaking of this attraction
The Jackonmvile Times-Union says:
"Last eight the Orpheum theatre
was again crowded and the perfor-
manee of MIss Eva Ray and company
kept the large audience mystified
from the rise until the fall of the cur
"The performance given by Miss
Ray is certalaly the best thing of the
kind ever seen In this city. It is a
performance that must be seen to be
appreciated. No matter how skepti-
eal one might be they leave the Or-
pheum theatre In a fit of wonderment
after having seen the wonderful feavt
accomplished by toe mind reader.
"The1re will be a special matinee
this afternoon at 3 o'clock and no.
doubt the theatre will be crowded to
the doors. It is almost Impossible to
explain the wonders worked by Mist
Ray. In fact to see her work is to
appreciate It and fully realize what a
wonder worker she is.
"Frday afternoon at 3 o'clock
there wil be a special matinee for
the ladies at which time no boys or
men will be admitted to the house
Even the ushers and the doorkeepers
will be bared and the ladies of Jack-
sonville are invited to attend the big
performance and bring their questions
with them. There will be two iwrfor-
aaces to-night the first to start
promptly at 8 o'clock. The perform
mance furnished by Miss Ray and
company is certainly one worth bee-




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The Subaltem's o Mite
WheM Sr lan Rammti" was 1 balth
Aft actag as eet of staff to Lord
KiMoMsear be hbad eesee to viekt rath-
er a large depet ef which a ynm ef.
seer was ta eemmad. Golas threagh
certain paper. Oe*eneal amlten hund
that these were not quite a order and
at last daM rather wearily to the ef-
Acer: "You know this sart of thibu
wil not do at all. What do you sp-
pesn yowr bman wete ive you for?"
"I am sam I do Net k .ew, general "
was the cheerful reply. "ll1e I eame
bher I have worked sixtee hom a
day and more. I have arted oa mule
teamster. lorter. ran guard. suiluly
clerk. statIon master. order'y. room
clerk. typait and a dosen other things
I think if I bid not lieen e:xtdwrd
with bralTs I might are man.tged tfi
take (na two or three more job as well.
but as It is I mu*t admit I nam iome-
whst bnndl -Ppped."
Sir lau Ilnamilto was forced to
laugh. and shortly after the yonu:n
oleer found himself atta bed to the
general's personal staff.-laordon Tit-

Wb on O h "P es ee soimea a V Sem
-- a dIe.
as a mias mae Mns r r rrtatksu asuars
tt do so earthly good. Hair. whea not
dimase. grows astuwally. luxurmatly.
Damdufre t to the eae of une-teathe of
all hair trouble. and dandruf is caused
by a Serm. The only way to cure dead-
ruf is to kil the germ; and. far. the
oewy bar preparations tat uwn pelinvely
deOY the rwv eIs Newbro's Herpilde
a&boluty harmless. free from grease
msdment. dye matter or damgere"s dr.
It aays Itenf tlstaly; mlikeso hair
glosy and esoft an .. "Dtroy the
ea e you remove the eset.*" Sold by
leadnar drggists. Saend We. In stamps for
sample to The urluds Coe.. DtroMt.
Two siee-4 cents and $100.
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Wednesday, February 3rd, at 2 P. M.

Lots ittiated' oil high bluff above, thle (.rclbrated, Springs; vwiil aveniutl ;i'all -trvets
in a tine old grove of oak :indl cy|pre. lIeal estate .ought irer i- 1 laia tc' ill value, iMid as t 1 i si iiein r hollint -it, i, ti -irpas. 'l. *vtllt Y l ( at
teind this -:ale, for we will introtli c ; n tiui tr-ly new ;idii n vl nI' l 1 ti ')f g
ali4l yol u i 1 1- i nrti it IIv t~4 l.'1, -a0 ,. o,,f thie $100.00 Worh of VaWOaW PreItl
that wi M g ive away ASiMUTELT FREE.

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p w cold which was predict-
pma this section on Saturday
do" Florida with full force.
lie In particular. on the
dine. but the damage will
what t wasA rst antlcl-

ff the large cabbage growers
an Moouday and they stated
SgM present Indications they
S t about 30 per cent of the'
op had been killed, but
pi tive can he furnished in
until two or three days,
real effect of the cold will
to show up.
| the out-door lettuce that was
Sr enough to head, or In
gate. was killed outright.
le l still a good deal of frame
OiRO N Is left. and the growers
l lbtumate In having this will
aW out of It than they would
lBve done had not the cold

la p" trees which were full of
r tit offered the loss of fruit
I but there are still many
p ,and It is considered fortunate
M that the damage was no

M gest orchard heard from was
o owned by Gainesville people
Mr. Warner said they lost fully
b hhels of early fruit, which
faae with many of the smaller
Wt were far advanced.
ni g ht was not as cold by
ft ss as was Saturday. al
m m Ice formed. The ov
thermometer wentt down to
boom on Saturday nilht. and
other thermometers were'
as low as 22. Sunday night-'
o' wed 27-',. and this ga%4'
hope that the cold snial,
PIMd this section.
S Prem Other Parts.
alba the West Coast the cold
M-erted as bad In proportion as
S Where, and everything in the
tine was reported knocked
Slaet. the freezing point reach-
i er South as parallel 27, which
Il" of Tampa.
'011I vegetables were killed at St.
and at that place the
man reported 340 degrees with
Of ice forming there on Sun-
W which shows that they had
11M of the cold weather Sunday

Webster. which is a large
point on the ('oast Line, the
there report that all lettuce,
11Nd, and they fear the cablhage
Sdamlaged fully on- half. b'ut. as
ilHe. no one can tell the damn-
-14 n for several days
ba ford celery section was not
1t any extent. although it reach-
110 "eeZing point there antd all let-
0 9" hurt to a large extent.
% PIwers of Florida should feel
hlibl that they have as much left
1060 have. for the freeze was ea.en
olt 6I Georgia and the Carolinas.
I M will place Florida gro,.r far
L-lyt- e of their northern niigKh-


Tie Ise'r A te.&el%,*r tAo.ak
"0 1fsSand Irritable, (duI'c'N mental
h Ihysicall de'ircasielia and way r
db~t~rouu-ly iiaillard z, Ii.rlbinve
041b"Idge'd to be' tha. eep4r 1ct li% c r
"MIUM. If )ot'e' t.blut' Mid ce'it cif
t 80t &a1betle' tfx,(i%, A lf.. 111%4, 1
*bIeuu b li vadw h t-.ci clhe' (II i aj
bl SWIlls and ifc-%t r and till I I %. r
~~ Sold by W 11 JohuL e L

havilng Jot) ieraaeimia. i I
lb ba Offle ae viatitleof tit' 'iC
' I the ulu-ALa Si1'afdu I I' .
be .ach 1, lit luIfl'' t
U M~s b''iA,..t h' i ie

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The number of diseases peculiar to
woman Is such that we believe this
space would hardly contain a mere
mention of their names. and It is a
fact that most of these diseases are of
a catarrhal nature. A woman cannot
be well If there is a trace of the ca-
tarrhal gernis in her system.
Some women think there is no help
for them. We positively declare this
to be a mistaken idea. We are so sure
of this that we offer to supply medi-
cine absolutely free of all cost in ev-
ery Instance where It falls to give en
tire satisfaction or does not substan-
tiate our claims. With this under-
standing, no woman should hesitate
to believe our honesty of purlose. or
hesitate to put our claims to a test.
There Is only one way to cure ca-
tarrh. That way Is through the blood.
You may uce all the snuffs. douches
or like remedies for years without get-
ting more than temporary relief at
best. Catarrh is caused by a germ.
That germ is carried by the blood to
the innermost part of the system un-
til the murous membrane Is broken. Ir-
ritation and inflammation produced.
and a flow of mucous results and you
ran probably realize how silly it is to
attempt to cure an ailment unless you
take a medicine that follows the same
course as the germ or parasite.
Rexall Mucu-Tone is scientifically
prep.Iared from the prescription of an
eminent physician who for thirty
years made his specialty catarrh, and
with this medleine hle averaged 9% per
cent of cures where it was emnployehd.
No olutr remedy I. so jprolirly design-
ed for the ailments of womau It aill
purify and enri hthe' bhlod. stop mu-
cous discharge. destroy all germ mat-
ter. remote all impurities from the
sv.. teni. sooth-.. heal and strengthenn
the' n cUCoii. ti- t',%. and bring at.)out
a g~eod feeling (of health and stre ngth.
%%',* wantl you to try Rexall Mucu-
Tone on our gua:r.e:it(e. If ou are
lot hee tiltd ()r fir 1n%, reason not
sati-fled. siminyi tell us ard m we will
iiand back your nimo'ny Re-all MNu'u
Toie corne.s in t)o s.izes, .'I0c and $1 mi.
.1. W\V. McCollumn & Co. corner East
Main and I'nlon streets.


LOCHL.OOSA. Feb. 1-last Tues-
day quite a number of Island Grose
People came over and had a picnic on
the lake and also enjoyed themselves
J. H. I'pthegrose has his launch
running again on the lake.
Misv. s Anna. 8e-lia and I.ois Tomp-
kins returned Monday from Ft. McCoy.
where they have been visiting rela-

tive s.
J N. Haymnans and J. Jackson made
a flying trip to Micanopy Monday.
(Geo Wati)n of Island Grove was in
our town Tuesday sholping.
Rev It. T Poiu' filled his appoint-
DeIlt here Suniday.
Straaberry rowers of this com-
niunity v imad,' their first shilnment
last week
J. N. Haymans and C. T. Johnson
made a business trip to Jacksonville
We see quite a lot of nice furniture
in the d .pot for one of our young mwe
Wonder what that means'
R G Mingledorff was disturted
Thursd.la night by a iiitor. when his
o tw ('harley. atid him faithful doK
ilia'l,' a1n ilin e-tligati,,in anll found it
to be a large' ilde'at The-. .r're ue-

ll d) re-li, se s f t.* .1 hling anid f1 ,,ri-h
I :- t ir, l!' t ,il aiid r -to r,'%
nAllltl,.4l ,it I .1' !, .' ll, u ld -', a fft -r ,
Iii~ni,.dir l 1> 1,,', ;",, tid .'<,is at drug

T .%Words.

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Convened In Geaeville Manday Wlth

The United Stat e court for the
NortMern district of lorida convened
Il this city Monday afternoon at 2: 1
o'clock, with Judge William B. 8hop.
ard preldig.
The offers of the court are all in
attendance. as follows: W. H. Shep-
ard. Judge. Prrderick W. Marsh. clerk;
A. M. Cushman, assistant clerk; Em-
mett Wilson. attorney; Thomas F. Me-
G( urin. marshal.
Nothing was done except to empan-
el the grand jury and excuse a large
number who had been summoned. but
eoveral cases will come up for hearing

Psyshio Phenomena.
The hlinese believe that the p*o Is
"equiralent to the suprallmlnal self.
the visible personality Interpenetrating
and Indissolubly attached to the body.
the bun beinX the Nubliminal or Inrisi-
ble self. amls Interpenetrating the body,
but not Indissolubly attached to It."
For Instanre. -the hun of a girl elop-
ed with a lover, leaving the physical
body Informed by the p'o only, and
there she lay In bed. a semconselous
Invalid. for several years until the re-
turn of a runaway pair, who had been
duly married and were bringing bore
a couple of children. While the astean
Wished parents were wondering what to
make of It all. the girl lan the bed got
up and went out to meet herself. The
two fell Into each other's arms. and
there and then. In the presence of spee-
tators, they cowleaced and became one
-one ordinary woman, dreamed, how-
ever. In two complete sultan of clothes"
-Theosophlcal Review.

Weighing Teueh.
A remarkable Instrument is that used
for the purpose of measuring the senme
of touch. This device consists of a
series of little disks. each three mill-
meters in diameter, suspended by enn.
delicate thread from wooden handles,
the last being stuok Into holes round
a bl,.k. The lightest disk Is taken
out and brought Into contact with the
skin of the subject, be harling his eyes
closed. If nothing Is felt a heavier
disk Is employed, and so on until the
preMure becomes noticeable. The
disks weigh from one to twenty milli-
graims. and with their aid it has been
proved that the sense of touch in the
average person is conveyed by two mUl-
ligai'ns on the forehead, temple and
back tf the forearm, ive for the nos
and the chin and fifteen for dhe inner
surface of the flngers-New York Trib-

The Aeassies.
The Assassins were a religions and
military order who came Into exist-
ence during the eleventh century to
Persia and who devoted themselves to
the destruction after stealthy approach
of all who opposed the Moslem talth
In any way. The crusaders met with
a branch of these desperate sealots In
Syria. and many of the warriors of the
crosm were slain relentleasly and with
mysterious suddenneas in consequence.
The Tartanrs exterminated the Persian
Assasslna in s.InI and fourteen years
later the Syrian band of murderers
was wiped out by an Egyptian ruler.
But the nanw they bore remain as a
designation of dread.


bKar Yubaa ups l
ers the .
84bSre of 440. ir

Herbert Spencer's Regret.
M r T, h'll i'a 'cfe 1: li- r.,niilnl-' 'ce
tells thi st .ior% iinsiu iillerex.rt Siwtei e
"T'e arr Il the* 1ie of lii 11' e S(ie-.
freiuentelh a IV o.irI'Inuig bh u-e. ae;ti
cha cli'lglig to ie.-rl t ln i %d.\ lu lnd ef 1: fl ,.
dined t It hiln e.arhdiel f hbim. I hI.ke'
her If she co',uld renmenila-r any awl
wis ini ngs of hib After ulo.ilerritg foet
le 'ta*' ine hle litansWereel. 'I (ln I
il'eiilm-.r 'I:w f hiis re'inrks. lie :,hild
litht *at:amikiti g,,'I mvi'ltedl butter is a
lot art ln Isieltiaid ".*

Tablets. laruggi ts refund money if
It falls to cure E, W GIOVE 8 si1
nature Is on each box. Za.

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f I i Ii' ,.

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Staple and Fancy Croceries

Grain, GarMe Seed 4qd FlTtmh
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Fire, Life and Accident S' ..


Fire Company

Too Late to Save the House"


Is a familiar item in
thle newpaperS. This
"louldI Ie a warning to
thoseI wlho have pro-
crastinated not to take
outt :1 Xlieiy ~ li*' it is
t,,, late, so tlhat the


nii:IY'read hilyo(u~r
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Sw s mabs wo ca k, kut we
TeO Newvy C arry.
Ther ia story o an eresous talk
eurret with the renheb pemsaantr
lie fantled that is nelghbbor. who n
cehrd a peaaso for the lom of on anr
Iterred while Ightltn for his cout
try. was better off than himself. Bo
men went te pay thejr rent on tim
mane day.
"That's a lacky r"-a," mid the talk
to the landlord. H*e gets well pa
for his arm."
"DBt who would be willing to pai
with an arm. even It he were paid It
It?" mid the landlord.
"I would." declared the tailor.
"You'" cried the landlord. "Why
ma. you wouldn't be willing to be.
anything of the sort. no matter boa
much you were paid for It."
"I wish some one would try me."
"Now. o ,e h ." mid the landlord
who bad studied buman nature. "11
tell you what-If you'll wear even s
much as a rbalk mark on your bad
ni rmilt ,your rent as long as you
wear It on your cost so It can be sene
the condition being that you tellst
one why It is there."
"Agreed," mid the tailor eagerly
"Thatls an easy way to pay rent."
So the chalk mark to the form of a
eross was made on the back of hin
coast. and the delighted tailor sallied
forth upon the street.
Strangers and acquaintances hballe
him to tell him of the mark on hb
bckL Jokes were made at his el
pease. children laughed and pointed at
him, and his wife annoyed him witd
questions and wilth conjugal familiar
ty told him be was a fool. The usual
ly amiable man grew surly and me
rose: he bshaned men. women and
children and frequented back streets
Before the week was up the talloi
found himelf embroiled In a quarrel
with his best friend, his wife had
threatened to leave his house, and be
considered himself miserable and II1
Finally one night be took off hi
coat and rubbed out the chalk mark
and said: "There! I would not weal
that cros on my back another week.
no, not If I could have all the money
there is In Parts!"

Here f Sherweed Forest Had a CelwI
Plae Under King Edward II.
Many famous men have their name
linked with 8berwood-Klng John. the
three idwards. Richard III.. Cardinal
Wolsey and Charles I.- but the hero of
the place, the "genusI lu i." is Robta
Some think that the famous outlaw
of the ballads was a myth. a mere po-
etic conception and a creature of the
popular mind, but Mr. Hunter In bin
research into the person and period of
Robin Hood holds that be wan born
between 128S and 1206. living through
the reign of the second Edward and
lot the early years of the third. lie
was ea a family of s'me stitlion seat-
d linear WakeGeld and suii'rted the
Sal of Lancaster In hlila rebtllon
against the twvermin'enL When the
earl fell and his f.llsiwers were pro
serlbed Robin Hlood took to the wo.od.
and supported hinmselt by slaying the
wild animals found In the freit nul
by levying a speck'h of lil:kikmnil oni
paINeeurp along the great rad whLlh
united london and Berwick. This
continued for about twenty month.
from April. 1322. to December. 1323.
when he fell into the king's power,
who for some unknown reason not
only pardoned him, but Sare him a
place at court. Anyhow, a man of the
name of Rebyn IHlode was a "rariet"
of the king In 1324.
Dr. Spencer T. Hall says that Rohyn
was created Earl of luntttgton by a
London ballad writer hard up for a
word to rhyme to Little John. B.
this as It may. itobin iioed will always
be the hero of romance. nid those who
love romance will rtfu.e to believe
that be never exited Lo.udon lobeb.

Baby HaNds
Will get 1 ito nilachtief -41ots-u it
Ilivtuivba burti or cut (or ,.waltI AjI-b
as"O ith.- asiWlsait tiFu. timd flit- haii
,A ill II,* '! i I i i % d ,a iiii 14- t iv %% sutid %% ill
iuAr iulaiui llsu il~t 1.1.% ~tilA ili 11cur,

T11e Ver'y C'-'
54Thte j.*- Iq

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*ee ^ FOR P
The conditions and causes which produce Rhenu fj o al
healthful vegetable rendy as the sUrest and safest uare.Tu Ml
brought about by the accumnlation of uric aid, mas irritatinge pai.
property is the bood. This causes a weakenin and sourinq a
tion which them becomes unfit for nourishing the body whale the
of aric acid the er, muscles joints and bones produe
agole of Rheamatirn To treat the trouble with medicines eog*f
asd or other strong morals, is simp v adding another poiso to thef
week, diseased blood, spping it ofits remaningvtal oa e
the end making a phyca wreck of the suderer. he one f m.a
for Rheumatism is 8. 8. 8. It is nature's remedy for this diato,
entirely from healthful vegetable ingredients extracted from the r*
and barks of the forest and fields. .& S goes down into the a"
removes every trace of the cause of Rheumatism. cleanses and ba
circulation, and restores health and comfort to those who aremsue t
this painful dimewqe. There is but one way to be ;ure you ar sot
your system with mineral medicines, and that is to Ltke S S. S.&
Rheumatisi and amy medical advice free.





It pays the farmer to plant only the best. It' a
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good."
fo .sak. -'-9 aI leM Ir d" f Ruell ig
We are now booking orders for Peaw andi otwur mwasonalke wee& We
will he gflad to and you prices on nrquest.




Rooms 11.15 Baldwin Building, Jacksonville. Fla.

We buy and sell Local Securities of All Kinds. Correspond.
ence invited.
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w Year







The Long Distance System

One of the most valuable features operating in various setions of 5
of our service, to our subscribers and country, are uniform in their equip
to the public generally, is our connec- ment and in their methods of op1
tion with the extensive long distance eating.
lines of the American Telephone and Only by reason of this close tram
Telegraph Company and the other as- arrangement between the Bell TeO
eociated Bell Telephone companies. phone companies s it possible to 110
We own thousands of miles of long a Bell Telephone almost anywlt*I
distance lines in the seven States in ask for "Long Distance" and be pat *
which we operate and in addition can communication with almost a1y P"

in the country. ,
This vast network of wires, radio*
ing throughout t e nation, I** Wl
daily in co ',unc ,,r .i d fr 5oc 1il peO
poses by the bvr ,er. tPe fsrerr fa
citilens in all w... S of i.tc and *
plant here is an ,irrc.tart ,'* n i "
great chjan.

connect any telephone in our system
with lines extending to any other city
in which a Bell Telephone system is
These long distance lines are of the
most modern and improved construc-
tion and are maintained at a high
otate of elffiency. The Bell systems,


ern Bell Telephone

and Telegraph Company


It i ,o i.1 Iso

Efficient Service.

Reasonable Rates

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Start the


DAWN' ever prfrrred. In modern times. by
^ ^n tone branch of Government against
Otherr, I whi tc e accused the mem-
rs ..of Coal em s with being at least
s SS. the bee fircitle of crime.
Called w pon to explain. he was more
r....... Tr Seu Pm bler Insole~nt and more Insulting than be-
.. He has instituted proceedings
Smagainst a npwspalwr for criminal Ilb-lI
l wMAf MOCK ag lnst himself and the Government.
lTs-wo m In" without warrant of any known law
ll ip.boMeverymornlage and in violation of niani that are ell
aedr d ebyerteIs 'isbte city.or known T e de'fe-ndrit rnuel itnti *,..-
gd- ofd the rlt'ted mate., po. age
Ar .tm. mathte :.O ,t, were sta(uniioiied without things Inform
p fe ater v weeks-mtlrictlry l ied as to who lodge-d the, complaintii
against thrnm and what law they we re.
wowis I MICocaluamn lou .asline alleged to have violated.
sdsa 5pto for eachadditional After w'-rverting the secret iter* ice-
Smd from the, only function reecoKnze'd by
,dvrtng made knows law,. he att-nlemptd to jutifv hi1 u-e of
this branch by re<'valiiiK tlhe' fruits of
uk n Iess eilht fag. forty its investigation. and Ini doing so mnak
l* -mhblhed every Monday ad tn attack u th nal in
g agtlaa all tihe aews of the a Walit, attack uI|>In th' lMr ale **a general, and will bh te'rrity of a iniemb'r of thil lUniteld
If,. teany peItdf the rited State,- S natet
forgp e oa year-4- advance. With an assumption of authority
MiUle beome due after fist dangvero;'.s in the extr'nme. ht iroiisied
l ate1gtimigta."lemothtwTwi |immunity to one of the great trusts of
utso er tlvertsnct in -to the world if it saw fit to acquire prop
THX DAILY SIN. erty In apparent violation of the laws
Ga SmaLsvatu. PIA. made to restrain that very thing.
And now that theTre is reason to iwe
LATEST AUTOCRACY. Iieve that the steel trust merger was
a stock-jobbing affair: now that the
(Atlanta Journal.) Senate insists ulon having the facts.
Aname people would find it in order that this cloud of uppliion
SeM.traln their impatience if may be cleared away. he liys violent
of the I'nited States had hands upon the Goiernimetnt archives,
tlgire in which to exhibit the carri'-s them to the' White- House.
Sad high-handed methods where he- keeps them under lock and
el adopted of late, as if in key. and to all inquiries. simply shas.
bIWK. of bravado. "How are .ou going to help yourself?"
^g- despotism and autocracy Such a rain of blows upon the struc-
Seldmax in bhi seizure of cer- ture' of the' republic; such arbitrary
pia po aons of the bureau and rej..ated a.-M.mprions of authority
wIm which. it is supposed. on the lntart of the,' e' eeutive branch of
agw light on the deal by the (Gov'-ernment. cannot fail to have
t *t United States te-eIl cor- its *ff't"
UIfalred the TennesO-.e Coal It Is not sublime as a coup d'e.tat
tftipany with the approval The-re is nothing heroic in Its magni-
.3ii t himself. although thi,. tide it I. more' like the' ljetty mnd-
a iapparently in direct viola- dling, the supidd ul,-tinary of Na:pol-
p Satli-trust act. ,"**, the .ittl'
S ox Stuith, the, conrmni.- It thet' VteVrv ,,rv idtn 'an pierce a
O1 corporations in th. de(Ipa'lt I 'utt h d kea ~dnd fl' 1 a provtinc, Thoe
g iKmrce and labor. testi thd rie.klh. .-n.- of Ho .sev.lt iavi- tlhe-
terlls that the data wav for soinl-onle e '.-e with Krtato'r
for the Presid, li did not all lit'> a d ta'lual d,': riing
lir'the bead of "conftieiti ial." Th' itiot ar-it or i fi;ri'nds. ll th
Rigm dlahK to law. tih l'rc.-hl,.l'it tot loyal of his j ri.ti-aa'.,. ar- ht-.
On et or not as he saw fit. ginning to lr,-:he a prayer of thanks
* Aty general information to that his a'-,< r.-y rule Is almost oier.
OnMressa Is entitled on demand
It wind of the fact that the The Itartow Courier Informant is of
OM U lttee of the %t, nate.. In the opinion that the unitedd States
1 iom of the merger author- Senate will not recognize the appoint-
t President. would demand mnint of I). I'. Fletcher for the term
* Mr. Roosevelt. with his usual I .-ginning March 4th. 1909. and that
I li the legislative branch of lthie e'at will be vacant until an elec-
-ulea-t and defiance' of al l tn bIy the 1i-gihlature.. Such appoint-
MOM, boldly demanded that II e-Ints have bw-en re ognized in the
mlissioner of (-orporal ions lpa-~. but if tar nmetmory erves us cor-
I 1di1e up all this data and reeli) l otice- wa. giv,'1n that no such
It i him. alpioiiinitent wouldil ti recoKglnized in
i Wa done. and safely enclosed the future' If the aplpointment of Mr.
Uiettd sacks. it now lies at Fletcher it. not recognized by lhl. I'ni
|llS!House. while the I're'.-iident. t.d State.- Se.nte it will the- un-
ill, cynically asks of Coin cl,<-.Itliga..lcl be- the duty o(f the Le.ei.g
i"h are you going to do lal ure teo elect a Seniator to s u(c ed
ll S.naa.letor TI'.tliaferro for I lite ltrl be-gi-
PSkil confesaees that he' prom aiilgiK .Marnh 4lti. l"ll

Y to the ste',el tru-t if it
4P g ahead and c'monumninatc-
of the Tennessee Coa(,l and
y. and In order to carrn
s11alse of protection he,. 1enl
the Senate judiciary c(ianiit
lSmate Itself.
i0kilons of this republic aret
bid that assaults up oa tih"ni
IM have j Olly served to itiw;ik
L laiftellit Allilel Thei l.iai'A
s Uarchi"t aiad tlac political
S various. killed hli.a e .tnlr d
i of ala .-,.ed |.eipit Th'.e i-l
41 ON State er- e. i ."id t lhlat
Ote him.-.-If aau %ciiin-.rn
Ib inaMlpot.nlt r.altg,. of thi !**:.
'b s it ls gK' lalinient.al -trtri
Oert'i which coIIlid u, 1 .a n tih.
Sluaatult. w hI h h-ai I.. l'
Oa our oVAn I, a n ll in lh i
On of r.id, lt i, ,.it citj
s trh t rh' ,1 t-. eel til' re "
co duct j.ike a 1i.! <"I
p a i .'*'i -Irlklvi, i,, in -(,t
koftba hitn a. if h ei i I tim
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Th,' dec-hi.-ill of the' I'ilted Stat.es
sulpre'lie court sustaining lthe Texas
a..:i-t.~ t la is of ea-t uinitirtalne'-
.aid will ha l\ far-i thing results. it
i. a victoryy foir State rights in that it
'onfirnn.- Ithe right of aon State' to deal
with unlaw ful c( nioinizations in re-
-trainit of trade- tlhal exist within its
own lINrdt-'e. r e- v-% lini gh thmie' e '. iiaI
Iiat, ll s nall' aIn I iter -:Ait.- chali; t I.
It al,-o -ieios that hliill the,' effort i%
iprije rl> limatde the' law can i u ii .and
litm iilh tiu.st I .i llit flle ii loti.a he pl' hlid l -,, li:i t"Ii
i'll'kit \\ tit Te \.,- ia-', iel, ,mthi r

Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
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The tragedy on the crib In the lake
at Chicago. by which over flfti men
lost their lives. Is the latest of the
niany terrible accidents due to crimi-
nal carelessness. In this case the
carelessness seems to have been shar-
ed by several. A careless workman
was probably the Immediate cause of
the accident, a careless company built
a crib that proved a death trap, and.
apparently. carleess city officials fall-
ed to enforce the law. As the result
of this combined carelessness three
score m-n met with a horrible death
and many homes darkened with grlet.
Of course the coroner made a "rigid"
Investigation. That Is always done. and
that. with public Indlignatino and news-
paper comments., is about all that is
done. For some reason or other the par-
i ts re"lonible for such disasters, like
that of the Iroquois Theatre fire for
instance. eldom get punished. So
long as that is the case and contract-
ors are permitted to do faulty work.
just so long may we expect such accl-
ie'lits to occur.

The trustees of the I. I. Fund hIi-'
delcided not to employ pelwcial com,.u
,-el during the lresent year. Former
G(overlnor J'enuings recehied $1V,.4)o4
fe4es as counsel in 1.417 and $17.0HnO
for similar services in 1901?4. Pretty
.good "pick-up" for the ex-(Go\ernor
during past two years of Itroward's
reign. wasn't It ? Wonder how much
he got during 1~941. and 1904?

Isn't there something which only a
want ad. can do tor you today?

Sick Headach


The Washington Post says: "With
an adequate navy, the t'nlted States
bas In Its own hands the declaion
whether there shall be peace or war.
Without It. the decision would be
made by some other nation. The
House of Representatives never was
more truly representative than when
It voted, two to one. to proiide' new
and powerful battleships,. In order that
the- l-e'le might retain in their own
hands the question of war or peace."
The Chattanooga Time-m says: "At
lanta and Augusta and Charleston are
asse. erating that they would have
done the' same thing. possibly with a
bit more, enthusiasm if It had bee'n
Mr llr.an instead of Mr Taft whom
they had in their midst. Hult as It was
not ir lIryan. and Is likely nete.er to
Itw Mr Itryan, they exhibited a rather
remarkable zeal in improi ing
the Uoplsortunity they did have
It would be' interesting to know for a
truth whether they would have enjoy-
e.d Mr. lryan even as much as they
did Mr. Taft."

For Permanent Re.IeO1f

Ieubtmss md 10Mos"Ma
tw min

oil= I=rn bm be
Urn. Combo&Avmm

Hard an 9-9-*--
my C~ A DeL mbls U LAsNh ~

Wam. M. JOaM0BO

Tampa & Jacksonville Ril
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Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South....................... 10:0
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:0 p5
eavee Gaineeville for Sampson City, Palat ,
Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points North 6:00 pt
Returning, arrive Gainesville ........... 9:0

A. L GIs", Bea. pt.

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North, South, East ad West

Consult the "Purple Folder"

For detailed information, rates schedules and m-
ervations, see your nearest Ticket Agent,
write to or call on

Div. Ps. Agent, Truv. Pau. Agt,
Atlantic Coamt Lime, Jackmevilo Forida.

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Pr if 1 4A .*;C 61 Sd! '-i &be@g
P...be..-4 &L&msw *,4111-8.* aewl mou at &O
~iiSgb~hI I Sold 16Y brm"Sala.
0.9in-e.., is m acat e r'a.'

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in- Im --Snay -^^
"M PdewimkufRwtoes
~ e aroo soft" aoaresset.
Ve fteer I depmea
sm-V -umba r -mpes.
Three Nethedt fAtrbe.
A btm bad ml atmtloa.
le se o r -sgtasin

gMirre t &* loom aM N tetoBs.
feWlate wsarame -ammu.
Ywe 111r0131d stetoa blos.
Oas Sat" mm basket cfaetoy.
Onf Mk' Club readlg oom.o
l .Winter b" coawe. .
S3oiol Odd044 mws' Banitarlum.
ThMree eetbl. ments.
mit 1Je wuWW stm.$ 175.00.

A Oov the bt olMtel soo to be
ewetd to oemt wam completed

Twopri ts maeltatgta and la-
men. o palore
Water mth s paved sIneevi and
oh l ee oatertor of the State.
As e,000 cort oJl belt o. brick
A Govaome-a bstMbuild sore and

C.ed.ean ioIrent. etc., arround-
It t o osat attractive pleic-

paioerprites W. m Uchiist alda-

am --pip of mate-a Clay
Co~trelerA.C. croon.


Trea -W. V. Kaott. Taflahaa
AttameyGamlesral-Pmark M. Tram-
maB Tnallaas.e.
Caoiml.toa-r of Agriteature-B. I.
MeUa. Talahasee.
Spt. of Puble Instrmctlon-Wm. M.
Hollovay Talahassee
Present of the Eenate-Hunt W.
arri, Key West.

Clrk aed AuaUor-L H. Wieaeas.
Supt. Pubk istraucton-Dr. J. L
Kelley., Galoeelts.
Sherif-P. O. Ramsey. Galaneville.
County Judge-H. Mason. Gaines-
Tax Assesor-W. W. Colson, Gaine-
Tax Coector-W. D. D ckinam.
Treasurer-J. D. Matbes. Gaines-
I Supervisor Rqgsltratlo-J. C. Mce
Grew. Ganlesvtile.
County Co*nmisslop-ers-Jobn G.
Dampler. Chairman. Hague; J. F.
Townsend. Campville; J. W. May.
Areher; Chas. W. Bummers. Trenton;
0. P. Cannot. Gaineaville.
Members School Board- R. B.
Weeks. Chairman, Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody. LaCrowss; 0. W. Miller.
State Senator-H. H. McCreary.
Members House-Syd L. Carter,
GalaesiUle; T. A. Duke, Santa Fe.
City Offiers:
Mayor-Horatio Davis.
Marshal-ll. T. Aniow.
Tax Assessor--Il R. Culon
Tax Col!ector -T It ElliF. Sr.
Clerk and Treasurer J M.t y IIN 11
City Attlrue> \V a ltr.uxni,-
Ikourd of AId.erumeuf-T. W Shand.
lPrtldtnt. <.>o K Ilri(kInna 4S J Itur
utett, K K aEk 'di Ii S ( ra,. S
M. ilxsouu. A 1. Vid.l.
lkard of I'utl \\c .k- II TI'
lor, (,'hairnaai., % \V H II i,; ,'n r .
tar) 11 V. lDutoii, :E J :.ai id J I
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loudly luuking fir at.






In Which a Resident of Alachua County Wi

he Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 11

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished hy

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre-

setatives of The R. S. Howard Co. of Miai

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN in

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One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the person
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p. m.

April 15th, 1909

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In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $4(1) Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to Ie, used

as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano.

These dlue Iills will be

given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
T tIo firt Si m I t o est iak ifsr f ch fsr....... 120.00
To d seMo s rcighg mo t i N vts a te sM fr each for........ $1715.
To tuiust @i csige"O MxthM vW.a -k fo ra- fw-....... .f-. $15.0
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposedl of to anymore
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respect. there-
to will be given each of those timing.

How and Where to Get

Votes -
The following merchants will give one vote
for every cent paid Into their establishments for
goods which they handle:
The Gaineville Hardware Co.
Phifer aro.
Hyde & Tench.
Where Ve y Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found In the establibh-
ments of the merchants giving votes and at Th.,
Sun office. Votes sent by maal nuist be dirttted
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun,
GaOnesville. Florida.

Rules and Regulations
1. The contest Is open to anyone li'ing i
Alachua county who Is known by the conductor
of the contest or vouched for by stname reputable
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attached or relatlhe of thepro,
prietors of the above-nam.-d firuis art eligtble tO
participate in this contubt, and will iartitil5te in
no wanner.
3. In the event of a mlsunderstanliig between
candidates or othTr., iatrested 1i1 this coUlteLt
such controTrsy may be r.hfrr.d to the coo.
ductors of colite'st, sliho alonie aret tlhe i ,ron
qualified to render dct-vlions.
4. In the event a candidate' d.li,' to sitb
draw from the r.'e. 1u1 h .acldidat. I ll not be
allowed to traiafo.r voteg to the rtdat of alioth1b
candidate in the contest


400 votes

$2.50-Six months' subscription. ..... ......... .... 1,000 votes
$5.00-One year's subscription ..... ......... 3,000 votes
For a club of five one-year subbcriptions (before April 1. 1909) .25,000 votes

For a club of ten six.months' subscriptions

500 vots
1. 00 vote
3.500 vtA
30.000 votMe
30.000 votes

(before April 1)...25,000 votes


v.w) es

S ,i thet ,tores

s is ur desired by the proprcOs

Solciting votes by candidates or ffrc1d

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Behalf of Bush & Safford.




$1.25-Three months' subscription ................. ...


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$1.00-- One yvar's bulsci ioi.......................
For a '.,i.b Jf five cut-.ytar s b .r ti ... ... .... .

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-Askr WsO
gas Wlis Winter
gao a un ommenel
salmil, and all
won sonie me phyO-
whble no one of
y spiritual element

ut atil the lat his
with realismn,"'
O- season of bhis exte-
So euold at all times
ad- aderntood. He
hammer. Not even
P-e could remain
mew. la the maal-
aehW be lolWed out his
ble vsalr mad his
wed the trick sword
bilt. In arenes of
snorted and snarled
I. death neaes his
were protracted and
The bellow that he
s- Rk-belleu. he threat-
Sth eccleslastleal curse
b theater walls tremble.
yA of ferocity that burst
as Jack Cade. be rec-
pagWa upon Iord Say In
MfrIhtened his bearers.
e Iear's delirious pray-
IM like a thunderstorm.
amazingly consola-
gTln ample gratifi s-
ieNjtralned feeling of his
am In stormy pla-
r t Ioar" and "Othello."
a er of "Virginlu.'" th"
at*frutus" un.l the l 'f-
"Damon andl Pythl:lts'
ttelipetuoui :and ter
b e aidl and done. There
Ilm IB Ian a c lnlfort Io ee
rwbecan let himself goi. Forr
I h style nreonorltily taerl
ft ample. undoul-i'lde ol'rits.
ier Ie nor his alt.',tIhs4 were
ad wit a1-knowledg:nent of
I at their actuall ,ort h.

t as You Please" Race.
g ay tired fathers and moth-
lw a enter this race' every
im ta baby" And the.
of the matter is. Chance's
*d sla starving wormsn are
of I a food M .t r hildr.-l
J r) needn't Vhhit'r
kiamage will get rid of the"
Srngthen the child Pricr
pr bottle Sold by W. M.

and Mules


Itock and |ie'ronally w-
If Mr. D)a\i.. Coi.e alil take' a
ilt. wlwtlier you Inyt or .,ot.
ao i a art I |Inggi'ie- for .-

Is & Oliver
Gain mvile,. Hiornia


mr a Rebuilder

h. llFi anllll l'rcitwtly andl Ali
W(rk ( Gajanatet'..
^lMl: Al'lnr<:
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"*; oont, t, Alat, ht. IIri'.
Oi Wuorthltiiron "l|ritit-,
S'%,.2 y. al I I all internie -

1, I11 ,--'*II TE M I I. -,
S WI I AW Mil I.- a1,,l rk itI-
al., I A .l -r
t"r .,.* l'r .

i Fkrida Teephone Co
Law untaace Syste
=.5 iL-

Will be the (up of coffee that is made
from our exquisitely Savored Moeha
and Java that has an aroma that putu
new life and appetite into those who
artee with "that tired feeling." We
pride ourtselves on our high-grade
it:ut(e cofteeh and toas. and as we are
.-xpert judges we piek the best from
the markets of the world.

The Pewerful Motive That Mved thes
Ceme.cial Traveltr.
"No. I'm not whistling and singing
because business is god." replied the
hardware drummer. "What all* me
Is because I bare a clear -onus-lence
for tle first time In three years."
"Have you confessed to murder?"
was nked.
gentlemenen don't try to be funny
This is a sacred thing. I was in Ik.s-
ton three years ago. and I pl-aked Ul,
a i'ckage on the street. O)n opening
It I found seventy-five $1.(000 bills
The name of the loser warn there, but
I took that money ard got out of town
by the first train. My conselenwe told
me that I was as had as a thief. but
I tried to stifo It."
"A drummer with a conn'lence'"
sneetd three of the listener in cho-
"I went to Chicago with the money."
continued the drummer. "and Invested
It Ill real estate. I knew it was wrtng.
but I did It. Six inonths agii I founuil
ts.yeltf worth M9.W).ewM.. ('0,ns.-.l i'e
wu'oiid not down. It got -, tbail that I
coulht' t look even na u ondence 13man in
tlhe fu''. A.t length I started for ItiBn
tol aniadl hunted up thL. loer of the
health. I found himt liu his office andl
toid zi .titry When It was finished
I I ,aI my all lifore him and asked his
forgi% vei.ess."
"Atnd what did be do'?"
"-I ill tell you what he did. and I
sih.;!l :ever forget it. lie I,,loked at me
and .Iaw how I was suffering. and he
took me by the hand and said In a fa
therly wayr
*" .Iy fri-tnd. suffer no more. I wats
going to, :t oaker game when I lost that
money. and it w,,uld have gone any
"-ku nhat In thunder are you dolu,.
on the' rond If you are worth $2,10.~0utu'"
K ot110utl'l a Vro 'e.
"(',.ll*4 'il>t'( ulgr giln. elitl11ineu COn
e i<,n<,''. It nIon't hlt iin' r iree and
leave yon fell.,ww to do all the lying."
- ('!tin iintat l:intluirer.

The Earth'r Changes.
The ..rf.e atf i tw earlh I s u:ider-
going siteiadyt trunifonrmatlon. largely
I roIugh lilte l :enliy of iman., blut ioer
hail' now lit-re. Is the lilant and un1mnil
life of t h. regoienI l-inxg more ralpidlI
SUlMtreled.d than in New Zealnnd The-
native ltly*iel..iail ri r. l.ur, ie.-:nien 1 4 i.' 'lte i.in *xlii't. iil ny
,,f :hi- linilrttl uiini.tlri run wild and
n.ulilily rnaidly at the exeimsae of the
1!.1ii' MNlew lI s. e','n tle streams beiln
tilll d %lt I Eurol'an aand American
troit w hil ht hgrow to great size.
The Fleur-de-lis.
'Ilie orllz.i aid l therefore the full
hrT : 'i. I- ,iiIhit of the fleurde-lis i,
illl : i .>: m I Ity I ite the e blehw kI uUI-
ji,,.. I' re'lr',w ilt a litly. Ily utbers the
Ukr, li. -.ul ,f '.,n,-' n'apion. ipreaumably
i lin ** l'r,i> the 'lualug put forth by
1i:. i-h ,t,, .'rc.,. ia'4 to 'ertaln larlw'i
laJli,-, in I 'r.l',.. g:ul'm I| in..' r mna rrl.i, .. tte. I rteu 'i.;ii a;ii.|ear*d a at , I: 1 ,h r..sal ar ea I. ut It was abol-
l.'.h.di Iy <;.icrgje I

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t. .. I
54.4 4'
\e ~

Taking Not" Down.
Ma su tlbt U.'I- .anieiUmmWill
I .~ I. j.,) cash fur q'. ,r)-
-.' I Dar nica-' c l~alte~d thme
*t l !SaI -Wh" ~ at pIltla.
h. ;! t sr 4redit 4' hc itie ,




Graham uildlag, at IMaIm SWet
iell Pheme 61. Ale Long Distanes.



Offces in
No. 356.

Graham Building over
& Earle's store. Phoe


NBow ova

GaihneleH Nadl Bo
Pbot U


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OMoe over Dattum & 0C'. M
Phbom GSvO ifaseba.


*AINEUVILl. Alahtou Os., PLA
(iee in Haymiam Bleak.




COa sell your -tsy properr, (tw
roved aad unsmproeod). pk pe
rakiag and famin lands. send him
Siset of wklt you r.r for soa. 14-
And Golistor in Itt4

Lo2' 3uM, O"neoy lng and U-
oral Praatlge. All batel rn
etemaded so. O"oe next idrWtof
ndi. OGhm anuil, Io-ma.


T3m0 F.LPrOrm


Practice In

all CourtA.

State and

04oe.over G&asWM Nbue" so"

1 1rawviLLY.

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Manffeld'* Leoely Meals.
There were two meals which Mas-
feikt always ate alne-hreakfast and
the light repast of broth and oysters
late In the afternoon. An empty stom-
arh attacked his nerves and set his
temper on edge. In the morning hbe
wasn o so ronvemlent mod untilI be
had the Invariable coffee and baeeon.
After a somewhat rigtd atttlence
during the balance of the day and
evening the fatigue of a performance
edged bin nerves till his midnight sup-
per. whirbh with a troop of friends
about him. warmed him Into the sa-
atest humor of the day. A book or
play was the companklo of bhis sollta-
ry mels.-Paul Wnlstach In rrbeer'eL

A Zetelegial Quesion.
The director of the nnlon~leI rpr-
dcbs was on his vneantlon. liHe rweev-
Pel a note from bhi chbeief amitant.
Swhleb ehm pd thusly: *The eblampanee
semsv to be pining for a companion.
What shall we do until you returna"-
Ut. Loule Republic.

illious? Peel heavy after dinner?
Tongue coated? Bitter taste? Corn
plexlon mallow? Liver needs waking
op i| oan's Regulets cure bilious at-
tacks. 26 cents at any drug store.

The awake praso reds the wart
ads. every day--eSad ansrm mme at
most as often.






CItS1, P5OOMO U&wphso $1P7 L74

W. Kt. THOMA8, Pwei4eskim0. K. SW)OMR, id t Y*4n.
E. D). TL'RNK'R, Cuabser W. B. TAYLOR, 9 Vlw.1.

Ht. F. IDutt~i. J. G,. Nidini, J. A. Maiuitub, M. 1'eablea W. RI 2seem%
J. B. l'da~t, (6. K. Broome, W. S. Tailor.

Thg Coo = l W sK ke Cutmvi Cod Moo Fr u, i s l

Bush & Safford The raiesvile SU.



This Coupon may he eat at The Sea ee or at elar of t am11 M ea
mtaded with the tatlst. NOT tOiOD A r F UUIRUJART U,

211 West Bay St. P. 0. Box 401. JacsmvHle, FM.

,^ 6. GGOD&, CXPRKES PAID. Old HON OAt Cs. W hAihp.
Delets Ry. One gall j. u.e-dem d... SU
4 fPuU Quarts ..............8 500 sa 0.
6 FuU Qua&i. ................ 7 L 01 ___,
12 Pull Quar ........ ....... 127. Idlebrook Whisley I* -
12 Full QtaArt t freight paid).. 12.00 lery Botllag-R-Ep- Ce-I-
Wieliams' No. 10 Ry*. 100 Pats Ia dru .............. IS
4 Feall Quarit ................$ &2V0 00 Haf Plat tP da&=......... 38
6 Pfull Quarts ................ 464 a oGI only Is i w-w 2 -4 b
12 all QuartI ............... 06
Ol Halifad Rye. Ge I Cor..- ---
Pull Quarts .................. 4 .2
I Pill Quarts ................ .0oo K4x.ky Fork, per botts........0.. 1.
1: Fnil Quarts ...............12.10 kocky Fork, p.r cam ............ IM
sunny S ih Rye. N. C. Whltle, IAtlr-r .......... L
4 Pull Quarts ................ 4.4
12 Pull Quartsa ............... 45 Vale y C ......... W -
3 Full Pints ................. h oW &L
Yelewate-1 Cityb.n. .. ....
4 Bottles ......................S 640 .Ye i.."
12 Rye at..................
ca se ........................ 12.7 Hurdle Rye,. Special........... i
Old oon--Ixpmsa Collecrt. 'verbult ......................
BotUed o bond by U. 8. Government P e.r ...................
I Full a t ... .. ... $ 'L' oon .................. .
4 nil ata exp-nw |.il. r." Will!0am.' Private leta... ...... .i
.' I il (iuarta, expmis ,iaidl ...... 12. 1-. AeehL
1 I ull Pintl. expinw .til. I- 7"I A',k _
4. l ull l-2-pintt, ezprt l pail .. l..( i One Grade Only and )a .......IM



Breads, Cakes and



p ~ ~ r ,- r\ r' 11C 1445'1

R. T -AI .fe r, Pr.,i. lo.all.I

The FS

ay Sho!,s Vi..L-9.


Machines fi Rst
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ow ammmmmwmmmi

NO Aman Is Stwvzgea

Than His Stomah
Aureagm Ins stedgsovem. No ermam he
ehwegwhis s 6va unwuak oe~se&I" IN~
alfthesesoomeak ed is. seesslisi hik e

ee~in is end, whisis taelow GO do nhyrie
ee~ib.When a mn"dssm't old )" d&.
wgon he is len 't deepIw-, -baed Ien uneeds-
-. heis h ingteet lnsemmdetd bofn#he astum& Wafe
8 -on Oft vwh* -- n-ll- *em
me some* m soof=e M- X W __m

Yen mit @S'does meow a werPw neetuni en a a sft erdh
goisehelmedeise eor anemu n-m --mon e even thva&idowSinin W
my, *heesy meke a midls bigger preml. woudls Pmftued en wanw.




ai tWt is 4

SlinM at t City*.

h of Muilemopy visited

S m day W ad sight,

df MIcanopy was a
Wety yesterday.
I& LaCrosse was a
aMiea paw to ladle'
'a RetaurasL
Wstard of High Springs
St the city yesterday.
g. tr of Micanopy was
ppers visiting the city

S. 1Dorsey of Jackon-
I eity visiting relatives

go to the moving pic-
e** Ilectrtic Theatre to-
t- cets.
w-a.. left yesterday for
he goes on a business
g r combined.
EIlrwMd and V. R. Winter.
Mue of Waldo. were shop-
I~ltT, J. L. Hare and J A.
f g the Micanopy section.
bw to the city yesterday
IM Tonic is guaranteed to
plier. colds and lagrippe.
NsM by W. M. Jot nson.
k deMer delivered to any
09 eity for one dollar per
.L F macisco. Phone 223.
lamerey. clerk, mnarrhal anid
iof the I' S. court should
| ds moving lpictureb at the

T. L. Steel of York. who has
S el ty for the past several
the family of 8. H. Hall.
te r b e'ome yesterday.
Rtles, who has been the
alest of Mrm. W. W .lamp-
gt palt several days. return-
hime at J.acksonsille yu'.-

ot Anthony Polite. colored,
before Mayor Davis on
be was charged with dib-
filmet. but the evidence he-1
ht e was discharged
N. Timem and little niece. Miss
i yesterday for Worthiington
They will drive from there
N here the Itoctor ex-
|ll9ad a hurt ahile in search



S ilUs ill caliva-,.
ulrbber a d;l 'irt'-

6w ith Ie tillt*. ymTr

4e46 spriil11in1. aiild



Sui i *iIjo 1 a \t I
lCf' ani ..4vt\ r;al 1>ti1-
* I," et %%III I"- '-dal l.



Occurred at His North Gasnesville
Home Sunday lvenmg.
The sudden death of Col W H.
Paiht'r occurr.-d at him North (;aines-
ville home' Sundai) rvenig nho!iit "l'0.
and canw, ai a great surlrl,-e to is
num, ris friends throughout thi. ity.
Tie deceased was complaining only
for .1 short while Ilefore his d'-th.
ant1 i he had had previous attack of
thit kind, nothing wan thought ol the
oc: rrrence by his good wife ati! : he
returned to his room a few minutes
later and found him gasping for
breath and In an unconscious state.
Col. Palmer was about 48 years of
age and came to this city some twenty-
four years ago. engaging In the prae-
tire of law which he hullt tilup tr a
large' and reuiuneranillv- practice. Of
recent )ears be had several large cli-
ents who occupied the most of his time.
and be had quit doing a general prac-
tice and moved his ofices to his home.
The deceased leaves a wife and two
children. Mrs. H. 8. Graves of North
Gainesville. and one oo.n Holly Palm-
er of Macon. who arrived yesterday
to make arrangements for the funeral.
The funeral services will be held at
the residence this afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. Rev. T. P. Hay preaching the
services, which will be concluded at
the grave.
Following is the list of pall bearers
who are requested to meet at the
home of the deceased at 2:1.'w o'clock:
Dr. W. Porter. L. C. Gracy. A. 0.
Steenburg. I. E. Webster. J. E. Hud-
son. W. R. Steckert

Bar, Attention.
The Alachua County liar Asso'ia-
tion will meet at Judge Mason's office
at 1:4.') p) n today for the puriKx)e of
attending the funer;il of our brother.
W. Ii. Palmer. I1OIIT. E. DAVIS.
C. R. LAYTON. President.

Janmes (roxton of Micainovpy waw
anliong tthe out-of-town people' visit-
ing the city yestrda3.
Truei t life' are the- Iiaoing pictures
:t thet Klectric I'he..tre. Cost. only
teon cents for two hours' fun.
Mrs. M C( Murphy of .lacksomn ille
is in the rit.. the guest of Mrs. J. W.
Tenich. West Mechanic street.
A. T. Kellehy and wife of Prairie
Creek were in the city yesterday en
route to Jacksonville. where they will
spend a short while visiting relatives.
The jurymen and witnes.se.o attund-
ink the 1'. S. court. now In session.
will find the Electric Theatre the
place to enjoy their evenings. Onl)
te#n CeUt.s.
There is nothing more refreshing
Than a glass of pure apple cider. I
sell It for 5 cents a glass or one dol-
lar per gallon. N. Francisco.
Phone 223J.
Farniers-. niechani(c. railroaders,. la-
borers rely on 1i)r Thomas Electric
Oil Takes the stiiK out of cuts.
hurre, or bruises.. at once Pain can-
not s'tay where it is used
C('atilaKg, crate, awt slath. two-
pie.e heads -inaiufacture our usual
itancdard of e\'-elleince Ask our lto-
<;at grower! Let us is< k your order.
Mel.lto Lumber Co. Micanolpy. Fla

We receive two bhipments a week
and arn dle agents for Os aid Jaeger'h
famous Milwaukee r>e bread. Small
lomf. 13 cente; large, 2.7 cent,- Try
0Ie,.* it' de'liciout, and healthful.
Itru n I f Iiout.e
I ;., l', I; l; t.ll| rl la d ife l-ft >**-
; ,,ad.t. ler \li(-aui,,'l hte0re- tle'-. aill
l l!,-. 'l foe r thl. iert l<' dua r, Mr
i .t ti,-r 't Ii lii g, ttilig a large"
. ,lnit ii tdi ,,f Lt .-4i tuilcn g iiand it ke- p'-

)tit e Ci ift ro I 'if

1% flight Ii

t tiC ~ ., I i e cint t]l r, P tcIiii
~ elI e u i'l?.i-

M o

lieueh a ll o

11 that I.all.
iigKht until
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Delays in the remodeling of the building we are to occupy makes it impossible for a
to move as planned, and realizing the amount of room that will be required for ow
immense spring stock that has been selected for our trade, we will continue our Re-
moval Sale to reduce our present stock to lowest point.

-This Week It Wil Be Dress SGes_

You know the kind of I)ress (Goods Wilson's sell-you know the values that are regu-
larly found here. These sarne values for this week will be found on our eountrs at
about half their value. All the new weights and weaves will be offered. You esauet
afford to pati up these values without investigating.

$1.10 and $1.25 Broadcloth, 52-inch, all
color?, per yard ................. 726

$1.10 and $1.25 Panama cloths, black,
blue, brown, per yard ........... 72s

85 and 90c Colored Dress Goods .... Sie

6Z and 75c Colored Dress Goods .... 48k

50 and W)c values .......

. O......

.0 -

Cost not considered-we want to close
them out.

-h -R. WILSON-=-




Baptist tate Convention Will Held
Next Annual Meeting in the Uni-
versity City Next January.

Through the efforts of Rev. S. b.
Rogers and the committee of dele-
gates from Gainesville. this city
has been selected for the next meeting
of the State Blaptist Convention.
Notwithstanding that lDeuniak
Springs is awa. to one side of the
State there were oer three hundred
delegates ill attendance at the meeting
just closed, and it is expected that
fully Bfle hundred will meet here at
their next tetsion
The next meeting, which occurs
some time in January. will be held
here. and the fact that Gainesville has
always done herself proud on these
occasions assures the committee who
worked so hard to obtain the meeting
that they will be amply repaid for
their trouble'
Gainesville is fast becoming the con-
vention city, and witn a little more
I hotel at commodatioens there would be
nothing In the way of her securing
many of the leading meetings. a- her
I 'sat; l liak .. t11 thl.e lilo t ace'. siblh.

Worn Out.
That the way you feel about the
lunigCs whtii ou h.av.' a hacking cough
it'a fooll 4hn ..e s to lIt it go on and
tru.-t to luck to ge0t oitr it. when Ital
lard .- Jlorehiouiid S.\rup ltil stlo p the
coughK and I i-al the- Itiii i Pri ..
'**t is I I i i.. .,Oif l< sold by W
1 t chiio en

Dcr A E (iw e. 'e4te ricary surigecon.
&, ecc'ed otieeus .aet (riomiberul&
I calilh htAIIIc-, "111e 14111-1e1%etf Ma hare of
pudi Ii ilei I ii. lIe#ik a jgradoume-

he-ret- toep 1-i i tic s- his Ireife nP%14d)u
r11i ai.evie re (I dac cT tejiglel hirs
4, L tA 1) at lAti. iced *egL, All rvie-~c ~e
F c j lt 4' lWt4,11

if )ddi tcaee.' lt or found acj)tWlas
w~ t fail to ),oI~ur #')e', m, Lte.
ukk1ace ct.-c g (vjulnins.

lid' dc k I 114101111)u, folk.sb. cc
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Cac lansertio, but s edv vr
meet tam tor eU team eets,. ftx
words k* a ime:; s trc--teM l Moem.
every word overso each eanatm as
an addltloe line. CAH ta advance
mast company all orders r laser-
tinns to tLl oouman.

MOR RENT Five-room cottage. Ap
ply 200 E. Liberty street.

ling agent wanted by a Northern
corneiilanlion house to solicit consign-
n., i.t- of fruits and vegetables. Ap-
ply to K Germain. Orlando. Via.

and broums spoted; mmmii Jm

mpy .5 r-oesil. TS*no& SU

root SAL-Geod fooft bhere.
aim. robbwrbred b .Am* IN06
Box No. 216.
FrOi SALR-43n med let
fstaMab O a ad3m 3 sbuf
Apply at ly Sum offi
VOR SALA-Tw* simmSt lo
t~~mevl; ownsrm. 6A fat mo
"ble hlot~ I Momblto ha
cash. Apply "S8t dk

m Waft Nab L nS.m* md 111
dur OL -"a toJoe KasdM*.
Will soa t a bmb npeft am

Th sum eOda".owr"am ma L


Solicited and will be appreciated by


S.SemrIl SFb

* -

First National Bank

Established Over Twenty Years
('Ctla ital, $11i t.1( HI.(m, Su -Il1 .. 1. (, .OO

....We Solicit Your Business....

JsA NI 4e1 i .-11,,Il'".
V- Baidrei, te in'

er& echA m't t'Ci~r


A nice black dress always dMuibh.
We have every desirable weight -t
weave-Panama, Voile, MohaiM, Obhw.
ron stripes.
$1.10 and $1.25 values.............?c
85 and 90e values ....... ...... '
(C5 and 75c values ..................
50 and C0c values ..................l

IUe TrY Fm VI Iu
And Insertions, all new pattern; 10ad
15c values for this week Io VOL





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