Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01566
 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 3, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01566
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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But Saves Child's Life




Over Tarnmps and JaNksnville R. R.
Many Small Shipments Had 8een
Made-4*od Returns expected.

The first carload of cabbage ship-
ped from the Tacoma section was cut
by Dolph Chamberlln last Friday and
left that place an Saturday via the
Tampa sad Jaclemovllle railway for
the Northern markets.
Mr. Chamberlln says that while it
is no big thing to have these honors.
it geerally makes one feel good to
know that be has outdistanced his
neighbors in growing the stuff and
getting the largest shipment off first
This car was all loaded with choice
heads which run all about even and
he expects to reap a good return for
them. taking into consideration that
there will not be a loaded market on
their arrival and the reports from all
sections are that vegetables were
more or less damaged by the recent
cold weather.
lie states that his large farm. the
most of which Is in cabbage, never
looked better, and be expects to ship
another car within the next few days.
when he will commence the work of
getting them out regularly. He thinks
the crop will bring lots of good hard
cash back to this county the present



TAMPA. Vla.. Feb. 2 --Governor Al-
bert W. Gilehrlat tomorrow opens the
Florida State Pair. the most complete
exhibition of the Industrial and eom-
merolal wealth of the State ever un-
dertaken. In addition tI > i it' rs fi-nit
all over Florida. thousands of touriit.-
from the East and North are In the
city. The race meet willhe- by all odds
the greatest e-ier held in the' South
east. and has attracted hundreds of
horse owners and irack followers.
William Jennliig Iryani will bet here-
Thursday as the guest of the fair
management and the Tampa Itay Ho-
tel. and will be given a reception by
the leading Democrats of Florida ?fie
will deller an address at the laying
of the cornerstone of Tatnila's lro
posed Y M C A. building



ATLANTA. (ia. F'-lb "' -avie,
Warflie-d of llaltimor-. id. o if- of lh.
r<--r-l.crh of the- Seaboard Air i.li".
beins tolinight a trip of liz.lpe-elicoi of
mror, thali ordtlar. lnipiortai feeting till' futur,- of ith- Sel-aboard
lIe will rlitik, steoi|l act Atlanta Iira
nailtihaili J.o-ksunO IIh-. Tainpa '.r-
nandliia. Sa lannah. \WIilmiIngton aind
(ha, r i .litt aith a lir- if d-terialiu-
IiI a ill-iii i h,- ltrccjce oisd chalia ge- anid
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b Deciion of United States Supreme Court i C

o Wall Paper Co.

WASHINGTON. D. C.. Feb 2 -The ted that it wa. a trust and *till .e
case of the Continental Wallpaper tended that it could properly t
Company, against Louis Volght and debts due it. On this showing te
Soa of Cincinnati. was yesterday de- comilany petition was disminedb,
cided by the Supreme Court of the the trial court and its declsial w
Uitted States in Voight's favor. The affirmed by the united States Circa
case was brought by the company on Court of Api-als for the sixth crirei
i debt of $17.iMMi. the ilaynia'st of Yesterday's opinion was by Juste
which was resisted on the ground Hlarlan. and sustained the decision ofs
that the paper company is a trust. In the lower courts. Justices Brewer,
effect the decision holds that an ad- White. I'eckham and Hlolmes di.
mitted trust organized contrary to scented
the Sherman anti-trust law cannot Justice' larlans opinioni wa of eO .
use the court to collect debts siderable. length and dealt in detal
It was represented that 'Voight had with the. various phases of the as.
bought over $21<4).l)o worth of paper. It was Ibsed on the third defense of
on which he had paid .7,0 pier cent Volitht. that the company is part of a
liiore ti;anti he would l e li;- hadl to pa) tru-ft Ihe starte-d out faith the prop@
If there hail I.* ii co'n ltition It was llion that th. Contini.ntal compaWy
also t.set out tl:: tih Coiittuienti l, (',n is within the prillibitoias of the Sher-
pany h. ; :. -'in organizi-J to conduct man ac't which he said is cle-ar frn
the lu'-,' ,- f the- u :arietois a;ill i:t;:- it !le fia't a l- t fr ti it i i dtie-fense. H1
fActori f t' e I iilte ,d Stat s a ii :L t1l'n i ,nt on to show that this rea
that loiK! t :I johte r ill its pridiit t r-'il is Ial. r. 'rr.e 'iuiatite of a
had be.-.i ij i 'le d Ii, :-ignl ; .-i ict ii on. iiialtn w hihli wouldhl have the
agree-ni t. ii t t te th l i- at tliat if i.he- it iot ii a il of r.-tr Iritiig., but of
did iwrt( i >-oi. no I.alm-r would Ie- sold '" rino"'lizti tne' :ile ;iiiil nianufae-
to himn and that it would I' made- 'i;r of ,a;", r

tui.! Subscribe for The Sun and help iy
In a d'-inurrer the company admit- lady friend win the fine piano.

the entire Uion in twenty-ave years.
It will t be ay years until we will
as thin eat o to slavery
as to te epen aloo
PTer- Governor R. M. Cunning
m of Albama aid plrelbition is
the greatest lase ta the nation today
-graer the tariffs, trusts. railroad
regulation or aay of the other ques-
tim confronttag the people for solu-

Dry Signs for Wet Virginia.
CHARLIITON. W. Va.. Feb. 2.-
The problttlom amendment to the
tate constittion, prohlblUng the
ianauacture sad sale of Intoxicants
within the State. passed the House
of Dleates yesterday by a vote of
2 to 13. Eleven members were ab-
The measure will go at once to the
Senate, where Its fate Is In doubt
leve Senatols can kill the amend
m s and ls are openly opposed to
kt. while two ae said to be in doubt.
If pased by the Senate the amend-
ment will not become elective until
ratlUed by popular vote
Thee is ttle doubt however. at Its
adel-n tf abmitUed to popular
vote, as already twothirds of the
eastles ae without saloons.

county) for action
Hiaviy g once be-fore lweei Ie fore- lthe
coulit) JudKe- itind Harlied ilot to re'
Ipeat the os-c uilr tlirce. he wa-, gihen fit
teen dat s In sentencing him the'
judge informed him that he wsa. light
this time. but would make it more' se-
vere in the next case should lie still
persist iW the habitual use of whiskey.
It is a pitable ca-.'-


Will Convene at Melrose on February
20 and 21.
Toi ih e Friendsi ad Mentme-rs of the
Church on leiIro C(ircuit Our first
quarterly mee-tt.ilg for the current .%eari
will te- held In lMelrose on February
S T. on din ldr.
Rev. T. J. Nixon. joresiding elder.

will preach on both days. On re-
ruary t he-re' a ill te preaching at
II a ni dinner will bt srrad at
noon. quarterly conference heldM at
1:341o p. ni. and Ireaching at 7 p. .L
On February 21 there will be Sadmy
school at Ilt a in : ptreachin at it
a m. and at 7 p in The Iord's Op
jImr will le' admiiini Sunday morning r,.-nrice
The public is cordliall. iumited IN
attend th-se -.rcice-s Those- coi s
on Saturday. the- sthlt,. will pleae
bring wellfilled l i.pakertls.
T I. Z ILARIl Pastor.
Melero-e IFlaFa e'b ,' 1*o'

Funeral of Col. Palmer.
The- fune-ral of tihe late( Col W .L
P'alnier was bhId Tiuesda afterBi0
from the re.sid niee of t she de(,a*i
In North a;,illn- illI, ()~iig to the
extre, ie, pI-c'ili.irlla of Ilh,-1 s -. I
re-iuei-lted t hat hi- frie-ik. take charn
eof hi-, rt.mains anad he' Ie. buried 16
them. aind hi> eter. aa-h *a. fohtll
i'd a; iew ar i.- it i- |1..>-ible. A
.iarge nnmtlr of frir-ii(d- ie..ori11td 1
remain- to the gr.\ Rcea-it'l. r.
Read the want ads in today'* i

Lair Gets 20 Years For

Enslaving White

Deputy Bruton Arrests Polites.

9TATIIBORO. Ga. Feb. -In an
Ito s ave br only child. Mrs
u El-eIry. wtil of a farmer
Mr Ullsdr,. at tar from Stales
W, rbimed to death Saturday after.

Th aby was playlag around the
Sad na it was about to falll In
go o e mother mna tbedit saaa)
.l0 dhhlb the child. Mrs Kiugt.r)
ied around and a shea did no h.er
irt welt la the Sreplah~ and caughtt
-t she was airt the -mother a"Mv,
* deperat effort to etisuguialb the
ia be. bed ckothig being strew-u
ami he nim as an elidec Cof her

MIe theS out ia the yard and

a light for life was made the-re Fail
inug to extinguish the flane-s she ran
back to the house and fell on the bat k
porcb. where she was later fuund I>y
her husband Nothing ,ave elit colu
lar band of her tailt anid h. r -)itme..
were on her shen found
The butbatld oat oe t t ai htoii ite. Atil.
Mrs Kinger) < aught fie lie.r
m-reasns brought i,-Kbhlr ii> tI bt,
see-tt'-. but Ihte flame' ihail clalMi,'d Ihe1
Ic tI lI e Iettre- their trien l lMr-
kiM i e-r)> .La.- li i ll li-ei tA ii .ar
Th' hlleld Id s t, l ilee.l iltt-iul Ihe. fl cei
ia d aldsa lo but eiel 4* recul ) '1i 1e
funeral % sL h.lid .iuli.ti .1 '< aiiiitmli at
'Up ,,er l lt( ti (, c t et k et rr \h .i uf
her death rta, L, d ire Il

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ifl ii *t t iil; i I : irl 'i,.it t et1 irulli lthe
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t l l ef i ll c ii t e r d it f o r -i e (' r t I t nt e 1 e l c ti it ei t .
c11. 1 i h l i li tr l leforei h i llt itiit ('.i r iIi
lt ,I <, II I l IItll-,1 ill
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l :i I ii i,- h rl tl ., Ih i ..t l \' ia lt e i la t. cll t i ,
mli u i r -c tie ,ilA li i h ich yo l.,ilh
eIt i i I II r \' i ie lei 11 a n ii 'rli can dri- urli liA h I. I I.P i. d r K.
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I I I \ eI .1 I e he' Is t I tII it
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ra il tmr'ie ),ndir lelaita &acd iplripo e.b- i,, -,,I e 'i ,,, l,.. I I,,. ,-,'i ,,
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Mee Malphurs Given Above Sentence
by County Judge Mason.
County Judge Mason on Tuesday
gate Mose Malphurs a senterice of
hfteen days in the county jail on a
charge of habitual drunkenne~.
lMose ha' been drunk on nume-rous
occasions and it had become so that
the cit) rould do nothing with him.
and he- was finally turned o\ver to the,

*Ody T degreoa Sla. and 40 degrees
iw.; an Mnday 28 idegrr and 50
4roes. Comparatively little dam-
age was done.
C. P. Human met with quite an ac-
ideat on Monday. when he cut the
Ide Sager eof his right hand with
the team saw.
WaL Klfer of Gallon. Ohio. is stop
lag with T. A. Birt. Mr. Birt is kept
quite busylty building boats for
MIors Cole and Williams and others.
also far rent

An Extensive Farmer.
W. C. Townsend of Lake Butler was
among the visitors to the city yester-
day. He is one of the moat extensive
farmers and stockmen la that section.
having something over seven hundred
acres of land which he uses for pas-
turage only Besides running a large
farm. he devotes a considerable part
of the time to stock raising and has
his own private cold storage plant for
the curing of his meats.

The habit of answering ads. that
appeal to you is one that will keep
you nterestd la the lie you are liv-
ing. ad pr spermam

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Week ea.sW Tweeday.
aethe busy sand sucesutMl meet-
lag of the Bible Conference was held
at the Tabernacle on Tusday, which
wmasl moat largely attended of any
sesioa the Utre history of the
eeafereee. This is the best evidence
that the Bible lessons being taught
by the leader. Rev. Dr. Guille. are in-
creasing la Interest as the work pro-
Reo. Dr. Gluile la the absence of
Rev. T. B. Ray. who was to have ap-
peared at the afternoon service. do-
Hlvered a most Interesting sermon.
which was enjoyed by the large con-
rfaUon pre-mt.
The eveanlg session proved highly
Interesting. Rev. T. B. Ray. who ar-
rted I nthe afternoon, delivering an II-
lustrate lecture on mislons. This
lteture, which occupied nearly two
thors. was beautifully and Impressive-
ly Ulustrated by stereopticon views.
and attracted the admiration and in.-
terest of all.
Rev. Cyrus Brady. rector of St.
George's Eplcopal chur. Kansas
City, Misseurt. and a man well ex-
perienced in missionary work In the
West. will deliver addresses at the af-
ternoon and evening sessions today.
while the usual morning service of
Bible study. from 10 to I o'clock, will
be conducted by Dr. Gullle
The Missionary Confereuce. which
began Tuesday. will continue through
today and tomorrow

Hao Opened for Business.
J r. Dupree & Iero. to the It) ie of
a new firm that bahe opened a gen
oral grocery businer'sa in Boutheast
GalnevUille. They are located neIar
Spring Hill and sill doubtless do a
good business The) are, both y.Pung
urn and we predict for them mu, h
succei io u their new field


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me yran eli
me 620to 7 Metwel re w.s
,iM t "l do an.mMd a

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stdom tede oe te bof
ythw.I emdwI veh y thatIt-
r5d riosCUloin -Ow h"
dd4 t a for mtM il t

iBEr_ to am'f- AMGAwhiN

Catmm bmva Didnstuff ad
seem ctdud SMt he
Whem I-- %%l tcas. SI fap.
am ii dg with .Cuticur, pr-
dfl th lI 1 fh fa hair, remove
fo- md d a r, d tsoy
stimulate the hair foB- es,.
@ea*pskW N, dt ots I
I md and
sae t;fwow upn a sweat.
uhl Mort~iltscalp when all

,-tattas thaut(lt-i void 'did up thihKg--
roumtde'rabl around ihip, bectioli
MI r:. %I Cre'stsand litit.'daught.-r.
Eii&.0t1si hA le'U 31 vmtvrda fuI r
%!.CI( h itIo %i-it trwieid- fofa It1*%%
di iii .if l-,oi utt.'iid the m, ddiuiig tf
ilt-i r frivid Nlips?.. Ii che r

d.i fior a hecrtis iz-Il tI l.o. heu
vi, 1wro- Lo I. # I ,, i I s. i sa i t at i- e i.

Act Quickly4.:ah.&II A 4oiI.'II1411
anid )ot)%IIIitsa~e' )uur-.'tlf a lo.t orf -\ i~.n .eeI1.of
suffering an id trotubl-ir If34PU tA~,~I n '' i1criiia f''
sittioden c-hilt or take' eiti d If .%,)u 1411t aii~" fe 't'i Ig.
hav~e. colic. verarite ii. cli rrlsopa es ideti r ~ .u.~. I I ~ il .,
s ai l 4 Iilu l o f P .' l ia % I, ai.4? C u eI lt' i L !' .. I .1 CW l
s half a ga. a 4i .1 hill 1i1111kailI
tu quic-k re's eotI'. % T), *.it o,'e'11 11 4. I.4'.6 1.,.
fur1 11, ile-l .e e AII .I) f.,.%I&, I -I. It 1e 1'. It
Is bait the.-11t 111.tl. ,*1, I, i,1. .i.ieloep .~, ii 1. CI I k, ~ *f~a i.

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Nw hfrd Theatr.
Thwrd"g, Prdg andE tww4V,
A6. 4. 5, 6, -E.As BQv ead OmCa.
Wa.6we y, b6. 10-" The Late Jr.
Jafes," 6 TAheo udtwigh amE n-
pr ay. gbee.T~ gah e QukuEd ..
Eletrie Tmheatre.
New Af%# PiFdure.s, eaA c oftemornt
Mtd ioAlt, ere A'mSunduy.
Electric TThmtre.
Last night's entertainment at the
Electric Theatre was well patronised
by those attending the session of the
United States court, and the fine list
of subjects shown were greatly ap-
preciated. The theatre notwithstand-
ing the sudden cold weather Is well-
illed every night and the pictures
are well worth seeing.

The New aird Theatre.
Miss Eva Ray and Company will
appear at The Haird Theatre tomor-
rom night in the first of a three-
nights* engagement. Of Miss R Ka The
Times-LUnion says:
"Manager Burbridge of the Orpheuni
Theatre. has made special arranged
ments with Mr. Curtis. Miss Ray'
manager, for the reappearance of the
wonderful little woman during the
flirt part of the present week This
announcement will prove good new .'
to the many theatre-goers who have
become so deeply interested in the
work of Miss Ray.
-Tonight Miss Ray will I, see'Ii at
the Orpheum. and it is needless to %a'.
that the theatre wil be croded to
the doors. Her entertainment is al
ways pleasing. in fact. it is o ) myusti
fying to see Miss Ray they feel like"
going again

"The Late Mr. Jones."
On Wednesday evening. February)
10th. the laughable farcical comedy
with the above title will be presented
Ait The New Baird Opera House b%
ur talented amateurs for the benefit
of the Gainesville Guards. In speak-
ing of this comedy. Mr. Hudgins said.
'It is one of those laughable farces
so popular now. The lines are bright
and witty and thI ludicrous situation'
are followed one by another in quick
The following caste have been se-
lected and a first-class production is
Mr. Gregory Graysin (lawyer)-Ern-
*st Molnar
Mr. Mumford Merry -Theo Hiudgit.,
Mr John Phillips Maeready Iurhage
actor. elocutionist and Iphotogra
p;her--J. F. Smith
Christopher Cute ,det.'ctie.-F T
Isaac Par'her Tom Stevens.
Mountcaashel Stokes tofmce boy)-
Joe Dupree
Mrs. Gregory Graysin-Miss Ida
Mrs. Hawke (her mama) Mrs. W.
J.1 Ienby
Mrs Mumford Merry Miss Ethel
Mar.) Miss Nina Cellon


.M Venable of Arreddoid) waU a
i -lt'r to the (

nervous. When I
Pills so highly
these troubles., I
besan their 'use.
felt much better
severeness and I
I consider Doan's

saw Doan's Kidney
recommended for
procured a box and
In a short time I
The pains lost their
gained in strength.
Kidney Pills an ex

cellent remedy and am pleased to
recommend them. "
For sale by all dealers. Price :o
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. lluffalo.
New York. sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's-and
take no other
Negroes Convicted for Raising Bills
Only Case Tried.
The second day's work of the I'. S.
eourt was taken up principally with
erturing a petit jur). and but one case.
a ;t he ;.r. when' court adjourned
,;.iln r:ttil thi, ti >n iiii:i;i at 9 ,C'tlk-'k
S;l;..r i l4 '.. l ~' .1 ,' l. 'ian., t.w .
alsed I lill-, tI 1, pr It; 4
e.rer tri l '**.t ,o'nt ie': 1. biet w ill n1nit
be sent i. d 4ilnltil the .conmpllt'ion e'
ihe term v'i e i ri
These ne'-r.nes passed two of th,.ir
bogus hills here'. one on I. 14 Me
Lendon and the other on .leff Simons
The lI.!-t named sHmi discovered lihe
decciptilm and at once hunted up thie
guilty parties.
The case of the IBrooks h .M '. charge
ed with counterfeiting. was called, but
Judge Sheppard gale then an op-
portunlty of securing counsel and ad-
journed the hearing until today
The grand Jury has gotten down to
work and are now investigating se.
eral cases before them It is e\peict-
ed several true bills will be returned
to the court toda3.




Weuldn't say woman be happy.
After years of backache suffering.
Days of miselry, nghts of unreet.
The distress of urinary troubles.
8he lads relief and cure?
No reason why any OGainesville
Should suffer In the face of evi-
dence like this:
Mrs. John Smith. .107 E Magnolia
street. Gainesville. Fla.. says: "I suf
feared from a weak back and severe
pains In my aides for a long time. I
could not stoop without experiencing
sharp twinges through my body and
If I did so It was dillicult to regain an
erect position I was also subject to
headaches and at times was very








Gainesvile Furniure CL
Gainesville. PUeida.

New Ciriai-

Horses and Males

Just Arnrive -

CATARRH CURED. All Teimnt-!-e-v i.' stui.Allot rOnallY N'
10144'teo iy Nir. I)A% I'. tom nic nl take A
40 Citrc, No Pay. Is a Most Ger~crous loaik at tliC'Ii. AMithi.'r y-eim h'u; O(Wrnot.
Cffer. Iar Ws. ag''4awm t iAnd[Iui*'4 for S41t.
To Y.0 ti antalit h.'tic st rollg enough
to kil citi '1rrh gcg rn- and not de.t-Ares
I,,- dh ut e the- r...'ulaw.uue'at the Davis S& uO livyer
.,am~e ti!:i. has hbeen a jrobl'ni-m whichh 4 w.% j4~ ilt', F4,)ridia
%as we~-cr -ejl~t-d nilth the dciscmoer% __________________________
Of ifyoiii-i I soreunoiciied 'cightio~ -me P _____________________________

1l ,H o'li i i, pr,'.>or.d ifromn eucalyptus.
the ii.o t powl rful 3.t healing anti-
septic known., Ireatlhei it through the'
inha!..r u er the inflanied and germ-
ridden ninibrane four or five times
a day. and in a few days the germws
will disapin-ar
The inflamed condition sill go. too.
and the snuffling. hawking and of-
fentls' breath, and the discharge of
mucou.- and crust in the nose w ill
Then ~ly .hliould any cat.rrh suffer
er heitlate,. hen J W McCollunni &
o.-- a .. ... t t. I !I 'I r a tnt .

Co. have such faith in iiyon I i that th .)
offer to return )our money if after
a fair trial II)somnel doels not curie <:
A complete l i)oni 'l eIo nt. it -hinclud
Ing the' inthaletr, (o.tst- $1 ,ii uii| *,'xtrj
im)ttlvs. if aftlruard iit- ied d 'o it h it
5 0 c(ut.' I)l Ulou i al't (I liu a hu1lla
croupi, sre thrnu mi c'ii i.. old, s or

Yow*money back M do' CIIve.inm- .i.,cr o
m edSe Ir eartburn,. our .tom- bw.n
ach, Joaiach dte ws and c.k bcad.Jihc.
50 cS a lame boa at -

ABWW i .HoN o East Flor


5it f ierig ,~~

,rl t 7

rida Wce~OW

Tm Leao-estamt sg^
I www5,-

Plenty a Therm n Ga eville,
Geed Ream"e ftr It.

Breads, Cakes aW

_ Pie's
avin sg repain.,! a re nrvated Mt
Bakery, we are' now pre-parl to i*
you excellent *ri -.. 11av( our A
won 'Istol at your r l < ,or t %ry niorn0 i

R. T. Schafer, Prop. Phoe Il

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By Only 1s Votes
Strickland Con-
l efs*# "Good Vote.

b the standing of the
b tO piano contest up to
pggi'oiy evening:
g s........... 42L.7h5-
Halle. city... .428.160
p ,pre. city .. ... ...
[ie -trickland ....... 2*.'*60
lbtrey. city ....... 1.6.975
MeCofrUiek. city... 69.7-.'5
Dickinson. city... 5,0.o.51
usrmlnell. (ity. ....4. 4
IL g"_f Newberry ...... 37.910
j rter, city ...... 37.144o
J i ns. city ........ 2L, S.
il che.s city ...... 23.
| likIaiund. Waldo ....., o'..,6.,
eville............ 15.460
i eal. city........ 14..10
Haidson. city...... 11.105:
-VW High Springs.. 9.790
IL te~ Micanopy.... 4.975
l S mbeppard. Bell.... 4.905
w Lam bert. city..... 4.1%:
ltaf. Waldo ...... 4.9435
ltr Thipltn. city .......2.79)
SLW. Sarent........... 2.410
L, Miders, Hawthorn.... .2.160
SL. WBrandes, city ...... 2.15
: A Albright ........... 2.ONo
AbJeM Mixuo. city....... 110)


1 University of Michigan
MCiertine Haile as Winner.

i~m contest being conducted
STb Sun is not only excitilig
othgrobout Alachua county
but throughout tlhe counr
'larte Halle. one of ithe lead-
ta. has received the fol-
hftly appre.clted letter frorn
of the University of Michi-
Whiuk the writer picks her as
of the piano:
'413 South Dl)iision St..
'Ann Arlbor. Mich
iCatherl: Way up here in
Weeds by chance a Florida
11 lanto my hands, and when
i the name of Catherine'
l the list of fair dani-els of
I knew that I could not
*igd ballot go to waste. whe.n
l e yo was a candidate for a
h pitao0. I always liked the.
d OCfatertne. and I got an im-
U that the people there in
SUlike the name of Catherine
10h Wthe sake of the name. but
ibof the lady. I just receivedd
SiW this morning,. and fear that
iust B ay be a little, late to be'
'111 bet better late than never
111 yom will excuse, noa hiloln.ite.
*IIt but boldness is not found
Ib mabulary of students at the,
Of Michigan. I hope that
ere In the neighborhood of
S1 will hear you tea-iing
Sa few other of my favor
6ft that piano, which I am ip)5i-
b1 e Yours. I assure nou that
t@ of Catherine found favor
dAi bot the fact that you head
K OW I picked the name with
BWi't:on of several of in. class-
K util- .-

LJ7UJWue11nigg you lsuccel's5.

For Marshal.
bvoters of the. ('at) of (Jn'.

S ~aidato. fojr ('it' !trt.
On April I : I hiai'C
P iOU1,e faa' lifutllatiel 4-1it,
001 S~and da '. eliii i'. ct,,i

"r~ct duni II*- pac t eLI'

"Ott V Oteif e:,(j aii ii ecr% cI In
is Q444l11. i i i I
the buffl e I .

PrCity Mjnshaii.

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All grailts
plain ruillwr
bound hose.

ian cawi v
and wire-

Now ik th1e tin e your
lawn needs sprinkling, andl
your garden necl-b water.






Willie English Killed Hos Playmate
Near Waldo-He Will Have
HNe Preliminary Today.

Willie English. a young negro, boy
of Waldo. was brought in Tuesday h,
lDeputy Sheriff Ilakinse on a charge
of mnurd.r and will be given his pre.
liminary hearing today before Judge
H G .Mam)n.
It will be remembered that while
engaged at play with his companion.
Jacob C'he.atham, at that place one day
recently. they became involved in a
difficulty and the former killed his
companion, which was claimed to bet
Several witne.se-s have been sum
nioned in the case.

G(*'i Colmlination Noz- Stole Bicycle From Here.
zles, Sunshline 1, a W n Henry Mickens. a young negro boy.
stole a bicycle from John Chesser and
Sprinklers and several oth- skilled out to Ocala. but was arrested
er styles we will be glad to there and brought to Gainesville Tues-
ow y day evening by Sheriff Ramsey.
The little negro gave another little
negro the, money to go and rent the
Ahq-,'l. and told him that in return for
BAIRD HARDWARE CO his trouble he would let him ride
some before he turned same back. but
UICNE M. 7 instead of returning the wheel he at
once left the city for Ocala. going
through the country on the bicycle
COMPLAINS OF ASPERSIONS. Nothing was heard from the wheel for
--- several days. but it was finally located
B. G. Brooks Takes Exception to and a warrant sworn out for the lboy
Editor Farmer's Article. I Sheriff Ramsey also secured the
Editor Sun: Kindly allow me space hic.cle and brought it back to the

for a few word, t the pieopleil, of this
s.*'tion oif thee cuntry.. anioing whom
miy brolier andi I were r.iis.edl and by
Ima.. of lwhomi. fromil Fort .Me-ade to
the i;e-orgia line,. we are \\e'll known
We, wer*' ar.ie-teld ont a charge of
(coulntrfe itimg. antd uith I, real coI-
ii ltl ti ." i* ,l WeF* t l.4 iiiti itte'd to
jail at Irtismin to await trial by the,
U, S court. After e'induriiig four and

( llt

Worn Out.
That's the way you feel about the
lungs when you have a backing cough
It's fooliAhness to let it go on and
trust to lu(k to get over it. when Ital-
lard's Ihorehound Syrup will stop tho
cough and heal the lungs. Price :'*<
50c and $1 *i per bottle. Sold b \V

a half months' conhfnement the'reiu M. Jolinni.
* we rhelea-ed ourselves from jail
determined not to return there for Get Out the Sprinkler.
detention again. Yesterday was another of those dis-
After remaining at liberty until we agreeable evenings when the dust
learned the date- of conveiing of the' 'about the city resembled a heavy fog.
I' S (ourt we came to Gainesille. it ~eems that the proper authorities
anid surrendered ourselves to Sheriff would at least see the need of the
Itani.-cy of Alachua county for Psafe- sprinkler and put it to work upon
keeping until that time these occasions It saves dollars in
Our treatment here has been just. n.ore says than one-for it saves
clean and impartial, and Sheriff Rani- health as well as property. and makes
.e.'. de-ere.s all thie praise we could travel around the square somewhat of
Iestow upon him for his unvaryitig a pleasure instead of inhaling dust
kindne.-s to us and other ipri-onters e.ry time you breathe.
I le.:ir that The I..e \ Ti Ills I m lkenmo-

crat, in re'ce-nt articles ha-s referred to
myi hrotther and ni't self as the' ".Lew
C'ounl. ('Countirfe.it.er." igninor.ng the.
fact that neither of u.s has btwen con-
victed of this c"tine r i ,ildeinetiior.
and with di-regard of the fact that
appldink a ucg uh na1.tn1. tin us i likely,
to jprejudi(e tto ounw e\t. lit 0a naimior
of the god I-,ople' of our lioule Coutit) .
and ac(illtailianlie," atroe.id
Thankiiig )U i n ad .ite' for .our
courte,.~ I am. yours trul.v.
It (; IGR(O)KS
Gaitines~lle. Fla Feb 1. 190..

Fob)- ey liiie' arid Tar (lear!- the' air
llastage:'spooseiisthe ~irritat ion in the'
throw, r snet ithi- t he' ii t~niie'mod li
Ibranie'. &iand thee lei'it (l-fi.t ieiato. ceghi
di~I'laa Store-rsmiad intlatIiied Iiig,
1arev lie-.tlo-Ai tiI,t -tyv iigtthoelie41, and l the
ol)d I-.%eeiel frismiithi' .teiei lie
faa-e- araobuit till'K-. ieu0*III -iithe' %e.1
1411A 1-:14k.11,: .1c IW ( .I jj III (j


lI'Ir- t Tr N c! I-. ~
4t,1 % t -aldo- tI-11 I n-jte1t.-r

PAZ() OINTMENT% JIs giar.&iatutelt,
cure' ;I.' I C:1 -1 (of Itofitu g 101:.41
Itle'e r .Ii1 r Irrueanig Ibil. a in 6 ti.
1d.).~--r Il Lt)r~ti~d L.

Tii- r at

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or lsat"s ad CUWM

Bgnu.tur of 4Wz

Youth and Advice.
Naturally youth doesn't IIten to ad
rice One' ha% teo make inalitike" fol
forty or fifty years lefeore one ewgin-
to suspect that ucb things are ptmal
ble.- lndl:anmirolla News.

Pneumonia Follows Lagrippe.
i'Pneumoniiia often follows lagriplp
but il' .er follow., tht u.-e( of Fole. '
lliHoney and Tar for lagrippe cough'-
and .deeI ate.' -'I, lil, I(efu'-e any but
th. gnuine inii the vellow package
.1 W\\ McCo1llumi & Co

Source of His Money.
,t 1 ,.- f I ,. r ''"
II'- f, h.r 'i :.i fulle-d l' .nd ,on

I| ,.iiil i- .X\ *',i .t fr'ini failure-. s o h
fiike- n4 n" # rt W hitflely

r, i i .. L.t t e I % s ireq (crn ti
1 ii 1 I t I. t.I and J niake
S, I rI ." I 'l O i

S* f : u >u d -1 t lit

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the abilityof Lydia K. Pnkam'in Vegetable omdtoow
female ilks are e qume@ to write to any or all of the wlinmw ho
correct nisamma dreses an given below, and em what the
my -you areNot obliged to k our word wrfit- nk tWe
women who know from persomel SPUPrisMm that yIjA 3 akhK!
Vegetable Compound can WAnddsun ehas. h ftws.
Gatibe-mm~ W. T. Ilalwa. Ss ftNo. 8 I &IS5~JG~
A IL V* iinW mWb 306&.1
Cbeeorn3,,aT 8
0#li1mam~tm rs. 3bT. iewe, Ae.Oreqmab U EJisr%
AtdrlismLOSS V. 11=,rqe ..8
xa~derfm Mars.yse Jhu
Nrents-Mr. hn. Fba& beL.As_
Desf Iu.tmeeftba b1mb

DymMr.117ts AtDo.

..... -W_ w~bs __ll. 4011
Do~w* 104106Mrs. 3u~d Cer" M a SIPb jqhiNe A m"
v3sbmb-U %Is. WayDe

I A u i O S 3 1 EC b v S t S u .V
ISM wVIit.MV 3. No. 1.
Sat mre v pwvijuwimmtA4swe weSimiU..
Itamp.Iis6 IL.PH. i1e,.4

Um~ow~sTVl.T 01u0 O Jas -s mo

1114h we" nf w~l..1 m UbO U. SS 1"10INUiOm
Dam~bn .L-)ItS ILMue RM K."
libtkia..'..mrsWill ed*eem0a.i~ entbu m NOume
Sla.use-mm H. WMaassn. sa& Sm ft- .s A 961
B~al.i isor- M W.Jord I.MUIUNMIIML~
The above n Fameswerke .13Feld ft.4.tmlmfo
w.at they thi.lkylak o~. Lydi~a K fhbm tgM i

jh. 4.. oaw.. r~e. Favoe ILCXOIF.UE,96O
wet ea .Ms A rn tJcaedwiie0(1avleveeAmiemlb ek. bs
Caro tot D. A. fiambors.
14. TMI NIaM 3M

r..: t- U to.eFTW44 R, OM&Se L
Kla, weftweSit
i~e abovenamm wer eeleeleat m... Wm IYU
havebee benefit byMm ~nIRA% ulmCanTAl~






Fire, Life and Accident bo"w#N
Uo Ub ,


Fire Company


Too Late to Save the House"

I6 a famiiai~r item in

-'mlt 1wi&Jea wurningto
1 ii.i'.o wit) have' pro-
('l'd'tiil-ttt'(inot to btake
folt1 ;I )4Cli('V M14.ll it is4
1404 1104 ?%(), t hat tile

e~t- 'li.'V--was

A. M. CUSHMAN, Agent, -iesville, FM

A. M. CUSHMAN, Agent, Gainesville, Florida



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i w t A I rrgbted and so
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tU 8M he Wsaa.te herer-

4M tileA abeb ar m otbh" tah.e

The e a et was made and

np vrteocurneat


Sufi's Eini

does all it does by virtue
of one thing-Pmi- its
power to create power.
As fire turns water to
stem so See"'s mad
transforms thin, impure
blood into pure, rich blood,
giving nourishment and
vital energy to every
organ, every tissue and
every muse.

td-a b$&memo a -e sa esla
IM h saIs t a a w-e w-eonma te ea
Amom *Ada of as WSio" n a
0Mar a -M 40 r O ind ON" M T

WIMlI* C tad the Compan.
A Cdhirag man who as permitted
himself to be persuaded to baeek a tho-
atrles company was seated Is ibs ot-
See se day when be 'elved a telo
n from the manager of thne bow.
The troupe was somewhere In Mis-
semi, and the telegram read thb :
"Train wrecked this morning and all
seems@ and baggage destroyed. No
member et empea tainjurd. What
dok I der
Te SAMwer eat back by the Chlea
ma wIa foIlowMs:
t.y eustbr wMik Nd have the
nma ay rde tn the hao"e CT."-
MOW -e-rd-HeeaS.

Had mBaneholy. probably caused by
- leetve Uliver. A bad liver makes
an Crm ad trritabe, case"a mental
ead phystdl depresalas and may re-
Msk dlsastuMal. Bard''as Herbine
Is amc wledesd to be the perfect liver
reulator. If yore hIae and out of
a O, st a boeWe today. A positive
- f oMon bheadgase, eonsipa-
time. blh and feer and all liver
aOmlPia. iid by W. M. Jobnsou.
QSntly ei ken.
"You8 woe a Wlon time In the far cor
Oe the conservatory last eveonlng.
segI eeed the mother. "What was go
"Do you remember the oreaskon on
wlWh you becas engaged to papar*
Umprbed the da ugter by way of reply
"Of course I do."
"Then It oegbt 0ot to be necessary
Aor you to ask any questions."
Thus geity the news was broken
that they were to hare a son-In-law.
HH Bj -
Rese Sathmeed.
Became meats are so tasty they are
ooasamd in great excess. This leads
to stomach troubles, biliousness and
oastlpfatSo. Revise your diet, let
reassm and not a pampered appetite
oatrul, then take a few doses of
ChamberWia's Stomach and Liver
Tablets and you will soon be well
aalin. Try it For sale at all drug-
gists'. lesmplei free.
The Coeetries.
"1 understand the Neweds are hav.
iag trouble." remarked the spinaster
basrder. "Some people take her part.
and some others side with him."
"And I suppose." growled the scanty
habred bachelor at the pedal extremity
ot the mabhoany. "there are a few ec-
entrie people who mind their own
btuseam."-ChIcago News.

Baby Hands
Will get into islachief -often it
means a burn or cut or scald Apply
Ballard's 8sow Uniment just as soon
as the accident happens, and the pain
will be relieved, while the wound will
beal quickly and nicely. A sure cure
for sprains, rheumatism and all paint
Price 25c. 60c and $1t00 a bottle. Sold
by W. M Johnson.
Parties having job printing done at
The Sun OofB are entitled to one
vote In the Bush & Bafford Piano Con-
teat for each cent paid for such
work. Don't forget this *he'n In need
of printed stationery Read the ad
vertisement giving particulars re-
garding the contest and vote for the
lady of your eusice

Brnomo Quinine'"

WhMlle- fOim-a Weddiq 1-d ton
Widel Seaom Teevsese
lahbiothere's claim that he brehqnrt
about the marriage of Whistler In thus
rorded l In the "ife of Whistler."
I believe I am repnallhle for Wbhis-
tier's marriage to the widow of Mr.
(~nwin. the archltertt *he was a re-
markably pretty woman and very
*a le. and both she and be were
thorough bobemlans. I was dining
with tbem and sounme others one even-
Ing at Earl'. Court. They were oh-
riously greatly attracted to ePrb oth-
sr. and in a rvgue uort of way they
thought of maming. Po I took the
matter In hand to bring thing% to a
practical point.
"Jimmy." I said. "will you marry
Mrs. Godwinr*
"Certainly." be replied.
"Mrs. Godwin." I said. "will you
marry Jimmy?'"
Certainly." bshe replied.
"Wbenr I asked.
"OIL some day." said Whistler.
"That won't do." I mid. "We mut
hare a date."
o they booth agreed that I should
choose the day. what chur-h to come
to for the ceremony. provide the cler-
gyman and gire the bride away. I
fized an early date and got the then
chaplain of the bouse of eommona,
the Rev. Mr. Bynag. to perform the
It took place a few days later.
After the ceremony wan over we ad
Journey to Whistler's studio, where
sn- B6akA w*w-. 01. 16--


Suffering Ladies
are urgsd to follow the example of thoumaMa *
their sisters and take OarduL Cardui is a
mineral, non-intoxicating medicine for women. m
1i for sick, weak ladies, with sick female orpM


It wm Help You


It a genuine, curative medicine, that bufl
up thefemale system and relieves female n
Mrs. M. A. St. Clair, of Eskdale, W. Va.wri'
-"Before taking Cardui, I had given up all bho
Getting well. I had suffered for 3 years wit
left side and was confined to my bed, so I took (&nde
and now Cardui has about cured my female trouble.

we bu prOrmp *a-Anquet. The bea-
quet was on the table. but there were
no chairs. So we sat aon peeklng cmes.
The happy pair when I left had not
quite decided whether they would go
that evening to Parid or remain InH the T
How unpractical they were wae e li KEW M M
shown when I happened to meet the I
bride the day before the marriage I n
the treet. A New, dm Frst-Clss N
"Don't forget tomorrow." I said
"No." she reriled; "I am just going Steam Heat, Gas and Ehltric
to get my trourweau." Located. Service Gu
"A little late for that. isIt not?'" I Located. Service Gt
*sked. W. U. EIRTL. MUnWer
"No." she nr.sw-erv1. "for 1 am only _
olvlng to b.v a new tont'i'rni-h andi
new ne ought to ave new HIGHGRADE VEGEl
one" vie tii aon rriv%.irlcs." nIl ^ RAl E V

Many Slleepim Nights, Owing to a
Persestent Ceeugh--eief Found It pays the farmer to plant on]
at Last. question not of "how cheap,"
"Fdr several winters past my wife
has been troubled with a most persist- 9 K 0.. I N 11 W o 8
ent and disagreeable cough, which in- We are now booking orders for Peas andl
variably extended over a period of sev- will be glad to end you irik
eral weeks and caused her many sleep-
less nights." writes Will J. Ha.vner. n a, Sf Ma aN
editor of The Burley (Col.) bulletin we AN bEDA gI"
"Various remedies were tried each
year, with no beneficial results. In
November last the cough again put inl
an appearance and my wife, acting on
the suggestion of a friend, purchased
a bottUe of Chamberlain's Cough Rense- (INCORPORATE
dy. The result was. indeed, marvel-
ous. After three doses the cough en TO C BO NDS
tirely disappeared and has not mani- a
tested Itself since." This remedy is
for sale by all druggists. Rooms 11-15 Baldwin Building,
Inm lla EtiquetteIn Turkey. We buy and sell Local Stcurities of
In China ladles are attended by serv-
ants who bold unibrellias over their .Cce iIivited
heads. The Chinese and Japanese In-
troduce both the umbrella and parasol
Into their decorative work and athletic
sports. to western Turkey it sla necs-
eary to close an umbrella on me|onX
people of blhghb rank. and a European
traveler who was passing one sf the
palaces of the sultan was nearly run
throabgh by the guard before be com-
prehended that be must pit down the
open umbrella he carried. Every one.
passing the actual residence of tilhe |T 1 n Distanc
sultan lower hisi umbrella as a salu
station to "the brother of the sun and
the moon." One of the most valuable features operatic
Hexamethylenetetramine. of our service, to our subscribers and country,
to the public generally, as our connec- ment ai
The. abl, i the :ow- (if a termam tion with the extensive long distance eating.
%ehlueaiclh. hir di'l on.( ofl the y.Kidnay lines of the American Telephone and Only
.lud.k i 1re-1Adi4-1t fIt l.. KlieI. Telegraph Company and the other as- arrange
rt il4eds, iI. d Ith. ll t-atlI, i)k. Il sociated Bell Telephone companies. phoae c
lire tE ti. il lb ai'i d t t book' 'h. We own thousands of miles of long a BllI
ii4 ath.rme lac for th s i r t. distance lines in the seven States in ask for
V, 0 1 KI(III r., ..I s which we operate and in addition can common
1 4;1.1 l K1 1 connect any telephone in our system in the c
Ao%. u i141 tr li. Iil .A% .W M with lines extending to any other city This
ti .s in which a Bell Telephone system is ing thr
.. operated. daily in
These long distance lines are of the postc t,
| ,. 1 most modern and improved construc- citierns
If ton and are maintained at a high p'ir t he
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__._ ^AThe Chattanooga Tlme Mays: "Hon-
est. mow. If an expert like Dr. Wiley
SOwM doesn't know what whiskey Ia, how
so Mare we to expect a Knoxville police-
m, ter aM P er m*an to detect It? Down at Jackson.
-- Mis.. It comes In cute little soap
~p ...... am Compose nlllq boxes and there isn't a law ofilicer In
A M the county who can tell a omod qual
M'*. ~MAN ItOK ity of moam from a jigger oif rye"
SI*I. T-avruwolm n The ltirminrhni No .s sa.s: 'Cuba
Oweb.hed every morwlge m aill no doubt find thin t gaoihlg It alone
&gHIej d bysarriertlIsthecity.or i an up-hill undertaking in view of
ra ot Uet'tted ateatpotage the manly lpr.,lih., to solve Th.
p s. .*xls monthte $ t three
g LofrterAve week--Allrtlly In fact is tuba will hae to Idevote less
time to cocxk fightlnig anid more to thef
n .l, .al serious usine..ss of pulllillg the St ite
its loai column eocena a line
ad$5spi;tforlf eacheditol out oif tlhe hole ili order to keel' (in
dBs e c Its feet. One failure i. a handicap.
edvertisiag m d0eklowiNm two would no dou lit nivtn a finish
The' Norfolk Virginian Pilot says:
ak ntisa* eisghtpae. forty "The messages and documennti of all
*ipabaled every Monday nd the Presidents of the listedd States
SpsosSine all the news the f Washington to McKinle. Inclus-
Wsad g general. sad will be fro i lash igtaf to weKIlh.. i ua
free, toany part of the L'ited i%*e. were' iltllshed a few years ago
orOls* oyeayr-l4aadvasce. in twelve volumes of moderate size
SProblem: How iman% extra volume-s
We become due after firt
giliveariomesnt, aules otherwise will It' re',quiroed to supplement the
arate. Parties olt kown tous e dition by all the official writings
Osp ayfor advertisiar la ad- which hae lorne, the signature of Mr.
GAISILLFA. Providence Inducted him to the Presi-
n dency?' Who will be bold enough to
S ongr an lke t guess that le'ss than another round
dozen will contain all his effusions (iof
L- an executive character?"
Wd truth can no longer nbe a ,t ..4a"
lld nl nbillboalrds. The Itnffalo Time's says: "Another
IWashtgniton blllboanrd. .
t fact ahich has thrown a damper on
.. l the jingo e'letn tin in (aliflornia is the-
li t of the 1'nited States,,s
in that Janhall -.('oni inning 4, ide'nce that .Japanese are
S that Ja hall leaving t hat Sate' in greater numelHrs
than the ; are (Iiinlii to it. 'UIque's-
tto keep up with the' oble lallthe Pa .ic aCo-tt Jalpane'.
emcltement of dally White prolten ist 1 t an roteledi le
of thit c#- E,4t ltilt hie' lirilte. ted ha4th
4111 ~from tlie' lusie",.ss and social evils
w- ahich must re.-ult front the' influx of
blu'ga possum. for the first an alli Ipople. ilt th.re is a san
mouBth. is taking a long. de',p'l a. a 1t Isntil ther co nsra tive.n
stand taken by the Nntlional (Go erli-I
-- it.s. both Japan and theI linilt d
we want to gice' Japahn State... cannot fail to rac(t bt-tflicial-
deal." but a big fleet in the on (California opiahion
Mli help some. The Gal.lvestell N',ws la'? "w''
a-- aret llaking a gr'ac' mi-take' in fearng
way out of it would bei for lth .;laane':,' a, nrrir.. Tl have
Sto oer Mr Ruohetvit a li th i.--la and China teo attack the',.i
arW f to keep still. in ase'l' t w it to attack us We
O i-ll -v ne,' eed rather f, ;ar th.e .lipante'.e as conl-
e will a ot purchase' tht l,,.'tit r.. a d '-i,, nowl it. ll,,ter (oI,
ftsne on a(lount of thle p,.sitie, It fq,. ., I lto ard th,.e growsi
t itsl propeller. iout of thel light coinetitiotn which a
S "-- feiw of thi l-ni hat.' Iroughlt lihoni to us.
i the African juunle Is ne d i ttime, tti aree geig to l ild up a
M tw places where Tedd)> ;Ist o'lllle(te' that 'e ill be' 1put to
its to be lionized. it to eet Th'y l be-' g ,Without the
Sort of mii.seducation in extravagance'
of the devil have been and self indulgK''ence that our great men '
In I the -icinity of IHurling- h1. t euhtu l th,. Ai,,rica, Ie.olile. and
IJ. That's hli State.
T a j Sin their natural skill a,(d e'n.trg f th-).'
are quite sure tu further a.-toni. h the'
P O* ple eefnm to know more' ,1(orhl."
116 5Edgar Allen Poe' drank The Washington Pst sa. s: The
ydo about what he' wrote' i'le' f the' I nited Sa;te, entertain
toward t- peo'ji41le of ('uba nothiiK hut
Opposed ati-cor.set law now ai T A. rm permanent ludep-nd
p~SSWhllcasil IA'gdlatuwr,' ha'. g l i ilde'll
Wi oninl l u'('e' of ('cla~t hiii Ih lh, ha. .ini,..ess and; ,
l ofthe Washington censol r per'.ni.r iit of hi.r |.4,i le' iinde.' th.i r i
.... e l^-i ~la; i i. l e,'>ir,.- l I.' All A 'rle';aii-
"-lletly lynched a n.'gro 1his de..ire ha.ls eeen made manlifest
I ll For real gen tility and liii dee-,'d. h,',Ih ,0,.';,k f.,r tli, .+.I ,,.l
obile lead all h li. -i.-t r I d1 w ,, h i t ,lt ,f anr thiig lht at
h Ihi< l it. ,l j t .ig hI.i b U__ i hh to de. If the l i,' ] ,01'. oef indeiel''nd
dU-WIyi an 1whd hitik' that ei e I ,,Ihe ,. i-l.ai l ,l lA,, run in i,'r.
I1 l be' a pagan e'ty twAe'I l.. ilt (,,.Id lick tie (" 'l.. ;ttid hatI
hs bow it just twe'tit. ,.ars ,r ,|l January
"% b' rI n. nit .red hereatter as the
bI letI at di '. e l' dae wheni for th' last tu 'e in history
4 rti tat .c rli ;Il th crit ther tih.ii thatl of the'
.nted Stat. e S nat.r-. ane ('tan re.Iilhuie c- d.,iiiinint In Cua('li '
h e i th e rt o u t ei i .' t he ( n t f .ii tA l & ; t f h ,r e r .e r
the' ('iIJlltl |H0el'le It Vil.eI't ing, free'
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Some. eoiple attempt too much. and
that is why they fail. When Napol-
eon was in the Kast It was suggested
to him that he should visit Jerusalem.
"No." he answered. "Jerusalem does
not come within the field of my opera-
tions." That answer revealed one of
the great .-ecrets of his greatness. and
it %s one that unany would do well to
consider who are inclined to attempt
more than they can do.
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The brief experience of the young
New York married woman who got
tired of home life and who, enticed by
the glamor of footlight, sought em
iloynment as a chorus girl. was suffl-
cient to disillusion her. and her ac-
count will probably deter some other
young girls who think that stage life
is replete with diamonds. automobiles.
champagne sulj'ppers. and a so-called
,od lvi.ti gener,.tlly.

The Italian historian. Ferrero. is an
i-(iio(o'last who aims to shatter all our
accepted views of history. He tells
us that Nero was a saint of equal
value with St. Paul in spreading
(hristianily. and he strikes IIKx)
blIow at the old Roman historians.
Ta(itus and HSuetonious If Prof. Fer-
rero's object is to get talked about he
is succeeding. but we doubt If he con-
viiices anyone.

VIMe Appearne .e et DI)mbrea wge.
-ommer 1t Psatre Malame.
That such Is the case hax been con-
elusively proven by scientific research.
Prof. 'nna. the noted European akin
specialist. declares that dandruff is the
biirrowed-up cuticle of the scalp. caused
by pairasiten deqtroving the vitality Im
the hnlr bulb. The hair become a Ulf*tel
and. In time. falls out. This can be pre-
Newbron' Herplelcde kitfl this dandruff
germ andl re-stores the hair to Its natural
softn#-n and abundancy.
JIerpicrudo In now used by thousands of
pe.po'-all ii;atlifled that It Is the moat
w drid.eri hair preparation on the mar-
ket t,-day.
Pold by leading drugrrlts lend lr. in
stamps for sample to The Herplcide Co..
Detru|t. Mllch.
Two sieo--40 caot and $1.0.
J. S. Bodford & Co.. Special Agents

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Some people asert that miraceks
never were or are possible. and still
others assert that the age of miracles
sl past. lut the story of the Republic
sending forth in all directions Its
mysterious and wireless silent me.-
sages for aid In Its hour of distress
and the quick response hr steatrer
more than a hundred miles away. may
twb termed a miracle of aclence. This
fact not only shnWs the gr.oat advance
in knowledge that mankind has made
in recent years. but It also suggests
Itht e'%en more wonderful knowledge
will 1be attained In the coming years

The disa-ter to the -Republic by
which a thousand souls were imperilled
founld have been a dreadful tragedy
like that of the C(ity of Itostonn and Ia
llurgyne'. ibut for her wate'r-tight
coil partnlments and wireless. outfit
(;r;ladulll as scientific discoveries are
made and utilized the sea is being
delpriced of Its terrors, and even now
an ocean voyage in a modernly equip-
pi.d '%s.-el is safer than a journey on

TUSK, EALI I UIMwiiatowww
Endorse bythegeneral PUBLICas the...~
Chidrns Corbap and WhmpingCmc
it contains Nothing Injurious. The actwiofa m..
hound Syrup is mild and benign.it is .dspudt@osS~
adults of every variety of te-wmwoaet MAio.1s
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Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South.....................*. 10:10
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................ 4.- 5p
Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, PaIae ,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:0. p p -
Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ............ 9:10

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

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0o~ eemto" -"olf &e"&pa.
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OA Was bead orult r ld roo

NatwoMa 044 ar low' leiar.m.
Tree mmeakta ewtuMtak w ta

Two f I ura e o f o
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Two ie-t yPU o to tmb 8tt
Flori -- to er h completed

M ero lae ofimved streets ad
OwemW Club reading room er

tow l trae iteror of the State.
As N,000 eourt beos belit of brick
SWinter owr bed. hombberye.
nv-hdrs maMingt, etc., Mlrmand-

wo t, t he b a t aottrlactive pic-
Twowomle .grain fed

stae Ostere:

Goveor-A. W. Gilchrist, Tal-a.
oestary of State-H. Clay Craw-
mh Tum. am
Tr-e we-W. V. Kaott. Tallaba
A tr -yOeera--Park M. Tram-
aMIL Tallahma .
C of* Arseulture--B. IL
MeLn. TalUaa .a.e.
apt. of lfuble Instructio-Wm. M.
ieieway, Tallahase.
Presieet of th Bea e-Hunt W.
Harris, Kay West

Clerk a AAdkor-4. E. LWIene.s
pt. LPubie l astrOeto-Dr. J. L
Kelley. Qaies"vlle.
aerfr-P. 0. Ramsey. G aseviUe.
County Judge-H. G. Maso. Gaines
Tax Aeso*--W. W. Colson. Gain l
Tax Cofletor-W. D. Dickinson.
TreaMrer-J. D. Mathegon. Gaines-
Supervso Rgl-strati-J. C. Me-
Grow. Gainesville.
County Ce-l.ssiooers-John G.
DImpler. Chairman. Hague; J. F.
Toawnsd, Campvllle; J. W. May.
Archer; Chas. W. Summers. Trenton;
0. P. Cannon, GalnevUile.
Members School Board-R. B.
Weeks, Chairman,. Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody,. LaCrosse; 0. W. Miller,
State S Hator-H. H. McCreary.
Members House-Syd L. Carter.
Gainesville; T. A. Duke. Santa VF.
City 041cnrs:
Mayor-Horatio Davis.
Marshal-u. T. Arnow.
Tax Am seor-II R. Colson
Tax Collector-T. Ellls., r.
Clerk aud Tre.auur,.r J Max*'y lh-ll
City Attorney W. S. firo(,i..
Board of Alde-ruien-T. W hantd-..
President; (;eo. K rikinlumi, H J Itur
nett. E. E (a.'AnonJ Ii 8 Gra'cs S
M Mixaon. A. 1. idaul
h(oard of IPublica %,rkt II 1: T.t
l r, (' lju rl aii, \V \ V HI m .1ti on I > i.
tary I V tt J aind, J ii

Bonie artilr that Im ett.t,. p ly it th.t
Say" at )ui i Ihn *tLt if al,. r
tia"d be Wolm d 4 .) d 1.1- i.L I- a'6
louly looking fur at
It you ha tis f411.1tl a1 t 1 0 i r ,. if
K Is advertised 1: theb W'it *Iluin







In Which a Resident of Alachua County Wi

he Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished ky

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre-

sentatives of The R. S. Howard Co. of Miami,

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN in

Behalf of Bush & Safford.

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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 $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bill.s, same to Ibe used
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due Ioills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To OI si n idh i~ua m N OWser., sakW f~rWch Ifr.......$S0H
Tosenu Mstiu* teand t oi t adaMWfor nc hef.... .-. aldlN
To ft t a d S m a t N w a M for fw...... .-. S15 for
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed 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 respects there-
to will be given each of those timing. /

How and Where to Get

The following lmerchaats will give one vote
Cor every ceat paid Into their establishments for
goods which they handle:
The Qalneeville Hardware Co.
Phifer Brea.

Rules and Regulations
1. The contest Is open to anyone living is
Alachua county who is known by the conductors
of the contest or vouched for by saome reputable
person. to them well known.
2. No employee, attachee or relative of the pro-
1Jrietors of the abote-named firms are eligible to
participate In this contest, and will particIpate la
no manner.

Hyde Tench. 3. In the event of a misunderstaudang beteWnD
candidates or others interested in this cot~tat.
HkN vo w 8 CM II *such contruoersy may be referred to the coo-
doctors of cont,-sl, who alone are the p, r-ons
Ballot boxes will be found In the establish- qualified to render decisions.
meots of the merchants giving votes and at The 4. In the event a candidate decides to sth-
Sun oflce. Votes sent by mail must be directed draw from the race. such candidate sill nut be
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun, allowed to traiisfr votes to the credit uf auther
Gainesville. Florida. candidate in the contest

.i %ulu t'cti ,rr N- ** rs
$1.25S-Three month' subscription ....................... 400 votes 500 votes
$2.50-Six months' subscription .................. 1,000 votes 1,200 votes
$5.00-One year's subscription .............. ......... 3,000 votes 3,500 votes
S, For a club of five one.year subscriptions (before April 1, 1909).25,000 votes 30,000 vjtes
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1). .25,000 votes 30.000 votes
T1wretf i n- 1) li I to t, le n)i 4. nr of (l1111 .;t I I cmilf .-t. liit m11.0' wf ir'

$1.00- One ytar's bulscription ............................... ....... 40) v tes
For a club of five one-year critio s ... . .4,
l' < i ,n lin,.it t t ,* u,,, f i. t. I ., t ,\ < r, i

Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distrnbut.ng votes is u desired by th: pro-.' ,trs

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Aib Im rA

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itatkim the i-.
m! o gw tblk
st Ow e pompoel
-' andayw and f 41
to m- irss
b which I uyuMA
temuss alose a "by
mt thMe uving blue ofa

whish oIM t s mqsue o
Swi i fltlllnularly
Stto l&ft o. a rm-
ad- f tO ovutmI
U-l invltitg. Crfu
trough its door and
g Wt beyond at first I felt
l looked k old and
od ln confusion. The
llripes of the walls and
arrade. the mean lit-
Splills-a pipe and a row
tla ie mind from a
S* a second rate school.
I tboeght of abrupit-
aking mowe splendid
Sthe I looked arrom
i arcade that lay be-
aw the exquisite "lore
arvelou tiles tihat give
p mon.
Villas of this arcade are
g ily. but between them
go ieffable luster a wall of
of purple and blhe Ms
gsol a delkate that It held
A&.w the body forward.
ao, it calls in the "blue
l Aga. And when I
e (court. when I tood
~lplt. with Its delck'ious
Soors. and studied the
this wonderful wall In
'1 abund them as lovely near
lovely far off. From n dis-
fwemble a nature effect.
b a bit of southern rse
fragmen? of le-niilng
Ssen through the plilnta
oraf t illian blue watching
a the Ilon summer days.
s clone to then they are
49 art. The laekgrou'nd of
d iky white upon whi ,h lt
pattern of purple and
conventional and rep-
of io known object, but
sMowing tall trees some-
cypresses. Buit It is
to words adequately to de-
et of these tiles and tiof
St Uae to the very roof the
Sa the right of the court.
JIt a cry of ecstasy golna
hullrwise not very beautl-
They make It unforgetta-
.4aw you back to it again
On the darkest day of
Ist something of summer
'0- addest moment they
1tat that there is Joy In
that there was Joy in the
ftetive artists years upon
SL If you are ever in lnto delireNssi. n. go teo the
a1e1" and Swe If It dei,,P not
I 0 Yu an uplifi m ia s,,rul ef
Sid tbieif. i f t ik.n :, on
t Ie the Ialiil el .nieytid.
called El .Ahrtrir it i. r. dl
P O a will flMi. l Ir'.lt r i ': *,i',.
1 g0areeter f:iu..iInnti.m. f r the
t hi-lr ,11 1 ",*; 'u_" nil ithe
of ('air, l 1t I.rt II h11 tien in

| a l"GO as You Pliaae" Race.
a tired fathers and moth-
UwsE e Uter this race every
iftag a baby' And they
tW the matter 1i Chatircs
MilsU t ustartingx orni's ar
11S f it* food Mlot children
WIIUO-your., ineedn'td l \\hit,-
Im Vgrnlfuae tilll get rid of the
,ad strengtheni the child Price-
per bottle Sold by W .1!

Art of Eateng.
ih aet me'rly l. ni cnjoi.ue'tl
I thare that IliI Iw l.lerul.d. nil
Imust ,w acquirtl by intsh:ll
"-e lh.h nie* i ilH l l litial
ha i ot dliu|er.rct 1lit nd
isy sul lile for hiltm lis not
it *duelo-l.a Ieall li

C APUDiNE Cures Sick Head
SIhjOollsL te.adrhlhe 'raI lr.i'
I-lilnd ast .*' front (;i' ?r.4 Stoim
b e blfi or .-malh triubll*'
mdilltae lIt 1 Ilhlid effctta 11 1
L 9 Sold by druggist.


*r and Rebuilder

It Tastes Good and

Creates Strength

the famous cod liver and
fron medicine, without oil.
Vinol is much better than
cod E7er oil and emulsios,
because, while it contains all
the medicine value they do,
It disagrees with no one.
As a body builder and
strer-th creator for old
1popiv, 9 delicate children,
after sickness and for stub-
born coughs and colds Vinol
is unequaled.


Suiting His Thecry.
"When I 'wnr of .a nnew thle.'ry." Tnui
a lck1-4'tlt1 "I nnm rp';ll'iidedl f th,. tw,
geologrists. Al at erlaii 'n'iut'r .re
sort one lbrilliiiant fteromi.n t' o.'t r
or geologist from hi- b-ilr'tinn nilmd',
saw the older man rol'i"gt a rent rowk
down the side of n mount :ln
'lie wntehed the vwol.r% f, r il.irl i
three hours. The old gtelogl-t. t!'ln
and little aid whlite vhlke.'-d. had a
hard time of It teo g';i-e thnt rMk na!
most as big ni hblnie-lf. Rut he per
evererd. I'e got lite rock down-ii where
be wanteil It just n the* dlinnr N-ll

**The younger main said to blim won
derlngly at dinner:
""Whait wert, 3ot di, i with that
r. k tlh: nfternooen. lr,,f.~,etr?'
.'Wi y.' Ithe professor answered. *the
fiet in the thin. was (100 feet too high
to suit my theory.' "

Save Money by Buying Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy.
You will liay Just as much for a
bottle of Chambtrlain's Cough Renie-
dy at for any of the other cough medi-
cities, but you save money in buying
it. The s having is in what you get. not
what you Iay. The sure-to-cure)>ou
quality is in every bottle of this reme-
dy. and you get good results when
you take it. Neglected colds often de-
vtelop serious conditions,. and when
you buy a cough medicine you want
to be sure you are getting one that
will cure your cold. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy always cures. Price
2.' and 'Z0 cents a bottle. For sale by
all druggists.

Snakes Changed Into Rods.
trl:' Eg:y|tii:n l .ti r;>1 i- 4 oit unlike Its
A.-l:ti'i r. -hIell ex e re ilt resIec't of
t'i al.t -.,e of thee .ulricoi i ,,pe-tacle-
i'\,- wI:irk uhili lolingialbes the lat-
?,-r Althurli It It t lie ueist joimmonis
r'-Wl il.* kit *, ii ito I'.h:'lll n.orilirn Af
rl a;. II is the fle t orit a inionn lithesniake
,i'lrrier,% Them-t oiijurers kuow how
o reildher :lil' Pteriwit| rhiidlyv union
%" loil lt. prt.-s.-in the na I e of its net'k
ilt i ti I;a.Ir.' This act apiwars to
throw it relpillle' tInt catalepsy. I
which It n't stiff it an Irnon rod.

C KK luger, the jeweler, .14it Vir-
minia a" enue. Indianapolls. Ind.. writes:
I was so weak from kidney trouble
tiat I could hardly walk a hundred
fe.et Four bottles of F'oley Kidney
Iteiined. cleared mny comiiiult-oii cured
iny backache' and the irregularities
Hdisalit'-aretd andi I cai now attend to
i-ii e' -. e% er', d y. t, and relonifnietil
I"Foi ". Kilit') l'ln-ed.' to al l all ,uffItr
,.ri ui- it cur-d l ne after lthe d(bctor.-
.id other reltred-dis had failed J \V
1i ('C llili & Co

Old Laws.
Tio ,o ttil *l .s tsi e .sIII'aItliv lAw
via I1-11-iI' eiL 4lf I.'er 1-0 I"' nit
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"We ran out ,,f t1lau.1.o while Salinox
In the (anadian wilia." mid a rcluh
man. "Our guilde put as on to kinil.
kila. and we smoked that for ten
days. it wnsn't bad.
-Klntklnie is the tnner bark of the
red willow. You dry It. the% you cut
It up. It really tastes like tobacsto
The Indiana always use It when they
can't get the real thing. and I under-
stand that there are certain brand of
Canadiantotbacco that are favored
with klanlkhlat."-Washblntol Times.
N"m to Plaes.
"our audlecas seemed shocked by
the show."
"At irst." answered the mageor.
"but we xpuriatod it."
"And then?"
"Tbn they seemed disnppnlnte."-
illm PF, Pat Men.
Every picture of the devil la hnman
form represents him an very fail very
slender and elegantly t o w l. The
fat men need all the eon-fert they enn
get and may fnd sonwe r% thin.-Aribl
son Globe
Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds that
may develop Into pneumonia over
night are quickly cured by Foley's
Hone:, and Tar, and it soothes Inflam
ed membranes, heals the lungs, and
expels the cold from the system. J.
W. McCollum & Co.




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Staple and Fancy Crocerles
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b eMlep**d and What Is Go
Sippen-.Per-al and
iMtl Mao of the City.

i m- ticket at Rutherford's

SW of Archer was a visitor
g P oysters, day and nighL
a Restaurant.
0 aee sweet oranges at only
iO. N. Francisco.
of Micanopy was a
l Gla e ville Tuesday.
hms of solid pleasure at the
bieatre for ten cents.
iatftention paid to ladies'
ft Birfor%'s Restaurant.
aEy of Trea'on was transact-
lidis lathe city yea.tcrday.
I. L MNontgon tr: .of Mianop
aVi0Wr to GAaine.ville Tue,-da).
lniifft hoIbe Kennard of \ al-
b il- the viiltors to Gaine:

b beIliae on the square. but
Ste squar. two doors Salley

IW. M. Blitch of Santa Fe was
00 visitors to Gainesville yes-

.I Cato of Atlihua ias In the
anlMeday. having cimn.e oni a irad
I S-tiUo.
S1*0ura Striklaiid cf Wailod sa:
Mi 6 young lady shopulplrs visit.
i6 Wty Monday
Nuad.e Palm. Ferns and Shrub-
I: P"U and Fruit Tree' in %a-
OF. H. Graves. honee 17,9.

be the' Cull (it eeafl''th.ai.Il~t ip. tu~a.e'

SJaVa t~that ahi ,ae d. romaIc list 1)utu
wand ho.. ..il' he- a
Wi th at trI. 'eAeaIt 11g We'
t Q~m1 e ia& uair hg icAd--

hIef sta of t !. eri

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NItiB, Books, Stationer)

t in, Shett Pictorem

i IktIre Frmes.....

I INgag Jml$wUK

T. N. I.mbough of Starke was a
visitor to the city yesterday.
Splendid subject for the moving
pictures at the Electric Theatre to-
Col. E. G. Iaxter left yesterday for
Ocala. where he goes on a short busi-
ness trip.
Oranges only 75 cents 100 at N.
Francisco's. Phone 223. We deliver
them for you.
Miss Annie Ellis left yesterday for
Waldo. where she will spend a short
while visiting friends.
E. F. Zetrouer of Rochelle. one of the
merchants of that place, was a visitor
to Gaines ille yesterday.
liest cuts of steak 12r cents per
pound. delivered to any part of city.
J. C. Metts, telephone 221.
Plank's Chill Tonic Is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Jotnson.

Pure apple cider delivered to any
part of the city for one dollar per
gallon. N. Francisco. Phone 223.
C iI Knight of Mayo is among the
visitors to the city. having been surnm
nioned here before the l'nited States
J. A J Strickland of Hague is
among the visitors to the city. having
toeen summoned here before the '.
S rourt.
Moving pictures are the fashion-
able idea. Everybody goes to see
them. It is only ten cents at the
Eleh'tric Theatre
C. Wellman and Cab Colson of
Ilrouson are visitors to the city. They
ar- attending the I'nited Stateis court
now in session here.
W H Tison has returned from a
.hort visit to Ocala. where he spent
the past two week.s. lie reports the
ltrick City on the' hustle'
A I' Harde'. clerk of the court at
I troans on. wa here. etrl.>rd and will
lI, here, Ile greater part of the week
.tten'lding I'nitedl State' court
I. K Ha.,ne.ssorth of liayne,'.sorth
-tation le as in the' cit. .eshterda [ lIe-
%,is ac'coaijaniied by Mr. late's a (iti
L'. ii f that .section of the coui 0I
lr: s .1 : uttch left .ae sterda' for
\\aldo. Ah.re,. he' s.s Ipre'se'nt at the
marriage" of her nie'-ce. Mi .holl). to
Mr ilartard on Tue..day afterloontl
There is nothing more refreshing
than a glass @5 pure apple cider. I
sell it for 5 cents a glass or one dol-
lar per gallon. N. Francisco
PIs e ll. 2
M.11. (' "C ReAddick. ho han beenl
SMit t1 hIer' old home at RK-ddick for
,the' .| f.t d<;ia returti-d to llh-
C t t. ret|a Llad is again -.talcti 'h
, t hi th f9 taiiil of 'IT i ll' 11

MI A V Sidle r anild st iciKght.er
.I .I ": iiti L a e oimp tilea d b.I I' -
S l.parte e el e ft). fe a T.ainI.a
S1 e i t w ill .& ntil l ho t w hale
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the next few dna-
Dr. W. C. Andruss. formerly of
Archer but who is now engaged in
business at Williston. was a visitor
to the city yesterday.
J. J. Sanders, agent for the Coast
Line at Martin, and Sam Slack of the
same place, were visitors to Gaines-
vllle Sunday and Monday.
Mrs. Geo. P. Morris left yesterday
for Waldo. where she went to attend
the Harvard-Jolly wedding. which oc-
curred at that place yesterday. *
Dolph Chamberlin. the good-natured
Dolph. was in Gainesville yesterday.
He declares that vegetables were not
hurt to any considerable extent In his
W. J. Epperson and W. H. Ander-
son. two representative citizens of
BIronson. are visiting the city and will
be here all of the present week at-
tending court
For the small sumn of ten cents you
get more pleasure than fifty cents
would give you. We mean the Elec-
tric Theatre is the best ten cent show
in the country.
Mrs. Mary Kennard has returned
from a short trip to Newberry. where
she has been for the past few days
visiting her son. G. T. Kennard. who
is in business there.
Seen bars of Octagon soap for 25
cents Thursday afternoon only at
Sally & Co.'a Cash Store. Not more
than half dollar's worth to one person
and everybody Invited.
J. M. Shelton. accompanied by his
wife and daughter. Miss Idel. arrived
In the city yesterday and will spend
the next few days here visiting rel-
tihet. They formerly resided here
and have a host of friends who are
always glad to meet them.
Another carload of bananas to ar-
rive today. All choice fruit, and will
sell them at the usual low prices, so
come along with the crowd and stop
pa) lug prohibitbry prices for your
fruit. as I aui the only banana man
in town. N Fraunciso. Phone 223.
John ilolley. the merchant and cat-
tileuAin of Arredondo. was in the city
..ebterda) Hle is another of the large
truke rs of the countyy sho does not
think they have ltee i burt to any con-
siderable extent by the late cold snap.
but lwileve's that !t was a good thing
in disgui.-e
W II. Lee of Melrose was a visitor
te, the city Monday He recent
1 h severely cut his neck on a
,stol, to falling against sane. and the
weuniid iIs till in a v'rs had condition
lie was l.adaigK a cow. when the anil
mul lecaimne unruly and pulled him
a0galist the obstruction.
('atherine, the ten )year-old daugh-
ter of Mr and Mrs J l Halle. was
plainfull injured yesterdayy afternoon
ailiout the hlitad b) falling fronu her
liic\ (l' I-ar J F MF c gliitr). Jr
a4, called :;ii)l dr,-se' it.. |paititent imm- res'tiiK aas e';iv as
'-cmid tbe x, t -'d la".t l nightl

*,lr .i l" til ; e u'lie '!a- leltori. toa

nf cita e l.ili -'it 1 ed 1i thei r Ii.w
,i,,, lih lMr h'lri l s had ,erect
1 1I., i i ill aJ aJu ,ulla of a ,h',r4 a l
Itii 1i-iald el lc t .ll- Iltai a llli l,ti.a,-ifliii 1 ,li It". Mile llrtec ate Iloani
t li.> Vt, at. Ml.tria ,, ), l-rl.|.t r .
l I. Il 5 I 'i 1ialla licdl ien o fh I bet
'.lhci i,,f hi- i ie r lu i.ia Mit- Mar)
Vt s Wll hi l ale ra et > t rilc 1 'w
.,k ,', 1 ',.e" II0l '1 I s, i waxl ill
I. ik.a U .w l. l ti ft utr tl ai.c

.L t ,l I c ti< .1'al e1 11 ft.'I a e II It i
SI a h, fh ) a r. l II If e t >l h
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di.i) aig* ) | wir<



Gary Nobhle of Melrose was a viIl-
tor to the city yesterday.
I1 M. Tench left yesterdayy for fin-
cinnatl. where he will be absent for
the next few days
R. R. Richard of Cedar Ke. I- In
the city. He is deputy 1'. 1. Marshal
and Is here filling his position.
If your purse permits indulge in the
best. We offer unexcelled table-board
for $8s pr week. The Irown House.
H. C Martin and wife of Island
Grove were in the city yesterday and
made a pleasant call at The Sun
A. E. Cline. the veterinarian, has re-
turned from irove Park. where he
performed a surgical operation upon
a fine horse.
Ir. W r. Yorumn. of the University.
returned l est'rday from his grove in
PIolk county. where he went preced-
ing the cold snap.
lion. Shields Warren. of the 1'. 8.
land office, left yesterday for Apalach-
icola. where he will visit his wife for


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W. R. THOMAS., PM6cimt G. K. BROOMS, lat Vbnm.?
F. D. TURNER, Cmadier W. B. TAYLOR, 9d Vkiom.1

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J. B. Padmtt, G. K. Stoom, W. ILTali




Mh ausertuoe. but so advertla.
im t taken ftr less tasm 80 coats. Six
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every word ever each aiz coaLtig as
am additloral Une. CAbH Into advaer
muNt company all orders for IWer
tomas to tIs eoluma.

FOR RENT-- Pve-roem cottage. A
ply 2M0 B. LUberty street.

ling agent wanted by a Northern
commission house to solicit coasign-
ments of fruit, and vegetables. Ap
ply to E. Germain. Orlando. Fla

1)8OT-Half grown winterr dog; white
and brow ii spotted; named "Joe."
W I 1 illi

MKN WANTED Call at It lK b-
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and make it to your advantage to
work for us

One who lives to a furnished room
ran be pretty "independent"-tor the
. ds. keep the best to be had within
thit reach.

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