Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01567
 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 4, 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: VID01567
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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,, a a e -for Appearance.
.; 1 fto I omim, who were arrested on
A* 1w i saw b hond for their apiwar.
eat the ext term of circuit court.
'KtMs tea-- wll be heard on a

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m thaMugh a elassaed ad. in
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arrit ve Tmpa and signal honor is
beos d mo hima. Thinaa of vis-
asn aW bter to participate In the
vYarlem evTts of Brysm Day. The
rulreld &ad steamboat limes are offer-
les usually low rates to Tampa for
the tbr, aad the attendance is ex-
pasted. like all other features, to be
a recmd-breaker.
Next week's paroram at the fair is
atof wide litnt. M ay. February
,L wil be Naval Stors and Lumber-
Nti Day, with a meeting of repro-
asetayve a thee lmdustries at 10
a. M.. to discs matters pertinent to
their etorprise. At 8 p. m.. Monday.
a IlaulBted parade of the Range
atractoMs will occur, followed by a
OeOfetti battle. Tuesday wll be
260h Florida Day. with speeches by
leadtg eitlsOs of SMouth Florida In
the mala bdlita sat 11 a. m. A bal-
lawe aseasion will occur at 5 p. m.
WedaeWday wi -be Jacksoeville Day.
sad will also be marked by the State
Convemtion of retall hardware men. to
heet at the.Tampa Bay Hotel at It
a. a. Thursday Greater Tampa Day
will be signaUsed by a civic parad,.
I wehich Tampa will "do itself proud.-
The Tamps Ray handicap *11il be rum
la the aftaruoon and. at sporial exer-
elses at I p. m.. prominent Taipa'ijn..
will make addreFe.. Friday. Lincoln's
Birthday. will have a ipelchi programs
and the field day sports for the hie0h
schools of the State will occur. Th
udgiung of the educational exhthitt
will also take place on this date- S'it
urday will be (e O'rgf i-Alabhanm.i l
and monster excuretons frri tl"f'"


GAINKaVIol.L. Texas. Feb. 3 I' -
ins an automatic revolver. Miss Ve
runa Ware. daughter of a prominent
farmer of this county. fired Into a
crowded court room here yesterday.
continuing until her wealponm was emp-
tied and as a result John Hane a
merchant of Jonesboro. for whom the
bullets were intended. is dead; two
bystanders. James S mth and David
Ross are believed to be mortally
wounded and A. P. Wiley. Jr.. also a
disinterested party. is seriously
It was during the conclusion of the
case on trial In the district court that
the shooting occurred. Miss Ware. a.s
complainant and Hanes as dt fendant
In a case of seduction, the former in
an ante-room and the latter in the
court room. were awaiting the calling
of court Approaching a window front
which a view of the court room could
be had. Miss Ware saw iHaies among
the spectators and before Pahe could
be restrained drew the ren over front
the folds of her dress and op'tned fir
Three of the bullets went true to
the Intended mark. Inflictig: wound
in Hanes' back and armN lr n whirl
he died within an hour Smith wa
shot in the head and Io.-s 'w a. wojn(d
ed in the back and arm. Wi,!'y re,
celed a bullet In his 1%K. 'Miss War*
and her brother. Charlf s W.ire. %er


HAWTHORN. Feb. :: Th.- r'e':,
arrivals at Moore g liot. I .ie' Mr. a .
Mrs. J. H. IUbby and M r ( i nrge A
Flack of tle-\.tmnd. O)i. .
Mr. nd MNrs R T ; .;l.t\ ;.a .%
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burn. N I. v il '- a '- I ritn \1.il;'
to join :, nr frt' it :i t;, :i .
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Stats will brnng thout,..atu, f v p<. I .t It I '
to the fa!r. i,,.. i .,, ..
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As adverti.inx fied-( th,. t mir. ,,
for eeroything else, why not for your :lt V :,
swraonal wra *.*'* I i, .. ., ,

Marriage at Alachua.
Mr Henry toblmrt.-. a Irritinntl:tt
voung ilian of l)unn-lliol, atni Mi.-
Itarnty Fiuich-r of Ali(htii wi,' lia,
p' Iy nmarri.-d at tlt.t' tl'ie i f a '
lriide-' iare* nt a t Ala, tih oi \.a V ij,.
da.) T > T -hlrt!\ ;,. i
wards for their future' home at Dun-

Subscribe for The Sun and votL f Your choice in the hilaio cont.*-L

'Sator Tllnmn Shows

Crum to Be

f *&AMUMINTON. Feb. .-The omil-
U 9t Mr. W. 0. Cram to be col-
lw t aoetm of Charlesto. 8. C.,
As aV are th e Seaate la executive
ge MgiM for =re lthea four
6 MAs 0t te mBd ad which time no
S SIMatatpal preoos had been made
e :-d ~,S.A.a... After Senator
1^ IMMBW had tabea the mor. bhe called
: t a Mar 1 awd after the roll call he
' 4d th at be proposed to e
Sma gueram wasg mantained
.the day
S~Vi e-Preldemt railed hib a
S* to a rlng mMdei la the last
Sa-of the last smestlo of Coare*sa
to the *eet that business must not
MtBovnre btwee w ,calls for a quwan
nd t hat a speech would not be rt
S Faded as abMes This announce
me provoked a discussit of thbe
W & u. thresbaout the afttrnoun no
"- ~aale aroae to call forth a rullng

S. Mr. TVlIMaM had relied comaai-


atkins from various commercial bod-
sM of Charleston in opposing the cou
irmatlon of the t'runm nomination and
etad them to prote that hit irott.ht
palnat Crum fully reprea-ut.ed thi
popular uutiumnt in ('harle,.tou
The Japanese and ('aIntu'm qtiC tihtlin
mow causing dia'u'thion on tlhe J'at iflt

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l Prores Very Slowly.

NASHVILLE. Tenn... Feb. 3.-The we postpone further inquiry Jaw
second week of the trial of Col. Dun- Whltsorth matter until we
can II. Cooper. Robin' J. Cooper and this tenltr.
John i). Sharpe was completed yester- Excused to Get Marret,
day and the Jury box remains unfilled. John W. lolt. of the
.The day's proceedings were wear- a('Cii ,al.d by a buo
some and fruitless. not one of the. Iroac(d the bench Ho a
vacant stats in the box being filled. .l.a he I got ah nHolt :
Altogt-thbr 10;2 talesmen were examnin- .Irud,, agt t 'o ngagellt a J 1o
ed. The very few who atteriite,.d to murri, for it.l What an4n agaiJ
qualify were challenged peremp.torily "'Srve on the jury." sai ti
by State or defense. It is not im- .."'.j. Jdge. I sure m s
larol:a.ile that the fourth ve.nire of :'i ,* ). Iel. j'dge i t(,I u eto
nmen ill be exhaustd tomorrow. I to n dIarr hI or' a lotrg timo e U
to starry tme for a lotig tima :1K11j
wlA'ch .nt thie fifth will be drawn I ou t: to ,o ahr ugh lith M
and ummnione.d and the hearing of the It's dangerous to put it of."
Ii::. ; a ..~iam-t .lurror .1. M \\'hit- The court teasd the
rth will I. r juror a %hilt.. then. exeused i
"I ..;d : r *n of t'" .1 f. "- i ", i ; i,'.,;th h, may wish I
arose to i 1i in of imrso.;iml Irilv- kept him on that jury,'" corm
lege as n a. s tihe' .h riff d lta ,d ,

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The* firn-t tale'.niaau called was4.
Iareatr, who aid he could ug
but Ili.- wife.' ckuld. that be lived to
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Cu( st were referred to. and Mr ISa hl. '.,- mnlaa ta ia.m t i. owi .itl ar to ) it I-, in a1 tal.r. I(. 1 hi.0 it.. -
con (Grorgia) ma goren tral l inquiry)' -it iI ll' i fr ti of tI i-'lnii ts (' It i a g.- ', i -.r-1.1 i !. t IliD t I a i, 1,,,
of the Pacific Cuast edu lators a. to MrI (' \\i lt.atknigKht i n 'ti.itlltk hlir li K* all t i t.. i .1 !i-. I, \.itloale < I
their attitude toward aYny p ,roPoitio daughfitr Mra I II Tucker. InI Ja k hid l to appoint a C(hinas an an a dol ct-tor of ,s ll < ilum1% a ', ,:. .1' it rSpra i l..aik, ,til l i
custonuis of aus lFranciaco Mr. E r;,-r,.r l- F li K eli a d t iAll air S.iana i.l |i( ( l.rk- i i oaf l.,niL lrai win i aI'
There wal a t ,ry generall ditrisuhhtiou hiA r.'ie n.e i l i aetI ai .-r ot i4 lea .i.iit t ,u) i. | .i the hli i at Mat r .t AI,
of the race problem, ui whibh i a e-.ral t.itt ta, l.t k. ... !l<' Iln M.I 1 i i,- a ,,hl tf itht.' ,l rn i
of tbh riensaturt on the lh'iit-'orratic Mi:-, F i': S I i .~ a i ,2i+ linK -1 alt ItHh:, I 1 l1 ..: it.i ,.I A. l i r1 i fr-a t
aide took I-art S.nator Mloni y tM 'u er-tl a ,,I t itth tt ,r |oarat-l. in M .in.t .it int i t e l| I. .* a
1pAd nearly ait bour and reviewed the ipiavy j Mr Mlaulan-> fn.., I,'' a lt th re
hbltor> of tac- ru M r. I .rae., of v e rI a.f il. i i.n ii a a a l| ta a I. a I > it
About ifty Hte.natIr. r-tisained IK i < t l r ditlii t. r Mr- I I M.diat a i h .- .ia :lia r .t it k h; a.
the c aL atj4-r thruKh u(t lite n tabiolr ai t d M r td Mr H e rtr IIt. s l ,itr I l Ih t ie s".t nlii. ttI ill .,. r* r a, a tt.i
The uutulitatit ag ll wI .lim t up tup t r almor d .tai try dof IuArtyi( of oap Fnredu i> n',..ll th t 1 B M-%ln, i ht! K"tl" NIrain I'
row. said Mr Tilim au. It i efcrt ttt.d a' at liig A a ry pl .aAut vettuaiig threouKh a u.ut riKag' < t r Iiiinl) with wli> 1
will coutinueu tti remarkk> Ia%* *i.ut wlth ga.s aud amulch lk Arthur liert',rt te.-abau of New Yurk 'Ia rt&i


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IW Sirtyjea Lydia L Pinkhams
V etahl Omeun has beaen the
- --r fle a and
wemts owe t themdIves
to at t iv this ce a triaL
f aibmdent that It has cared
lMM why should it
lattes or full name signed to the
quest.. This slip of paper is held
by the writer only. and not seen by
anyone else, no one connected with
the theatre or company knowing who
has written the question or In what
sectlM of the theatre the one desire
Iag the aaower is hitting. While un-
der the hypnotic spell #he names of
the writers of the questions reems to
Gow through Miss Ray's mind. and
he Cmil the names, and correct
manes, too, of the question writers.
and last night she answered probably)
100 questions while the writers of the
name leaked aswith wonderment
This work must he seen to be appre
elated. The best way to describe her
work is to say that It is simply
marvelous, the like of which has nev-
er before bee. seen In tans city."
Reserved seat tickets are on sale
at Miler's today. Prices. 25. 35 and
So eents.

An Explanation.
I have been asked by so many peo-
pie why we put off the performance
of "Alabama." I feel called upon to
make an explanation: The caste had
been selected carefully and. as I
thought. to the best advantage. and
each member had expressed a willing-
ness to do all possible to make it a
success, but after much consideration
I found we could not give It the at
tentio necessary during the busy sea
son, so decided to take up something
we could handle easier I thought of
"The Late Mr. Jones" and while a
drama would probably please many. I
am sure our next comedy ili give
satisfaction to all who honor us with
their attendance Howev er. Alabama"
will not be thrown aside. and after
the Lenten season we will be ready
with special scenery and effect. to
astouish you with a city production.

e.ctrac Theatre.
The moving pictures uuw beingasK .'n
at the Electric Theatre have. ,a the,
original actors, the best talent to be
found on the legitimate stage. At
ordinary plays shown at theatres )ou
will often feel disaptilntiAd at the
actors who attempt to ill the arious
parts, but with these pictures It is
different, for each person is an ac-
knowledged artist in his or her line.
therefore you see the beat. the only
different e being that ith.tre. i ino con-
ve'rmalion heard, and thib Ailli t. ob
v'ilated as OmII as Wizard KEdlt 4)i11 tiii
pltt' his Ut'w Uaachinte
Ikf 1i | i izk I.tt |ilh 1 it i e- ( 'ht U.ihada of of btIiatf t' Lut' LA V
b-en curetd b) t loan'u t()iut'.' t '
centa at any dn'g .toir
lRte2d the- ut ad' In today)' uun

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Catherine Halle. city ... .4:.1.930
Dorian Ellis............. .419.090
Bessie Dupree. city .... .399.090
Florrie Strickland....... 215.09.
M. Daughtrey. city ...... 157.7.,
Mary McCormick. city... 69.78.5
Nannie Dickinson. city... 0.54i,
Alma Fennell, city...... 40.45.,
A. Groff. Newberry....... 37.91:'
Julia Carter. city. .. 7.3 ..
Jessie Evans. city..... 28,8S:
Mabel Sanchez. city. ... 23.39i
A. Strickland. Waldo ..... 2(0..'>,
Estelle Ieal. city........ 16.16(,
Annie Revilli. ........ 15.400
Emma Hudson. city ...... 11.10:
1. Ware. High Springs .... 9.79-
K. Carlton. Micanopy .... 4.97
Eleven Staf. Waldo. ..... 4.94:
LIUzie Sheppard, Bell. ... 4.90
Goldie Lambert. city. ..... 4 22'
Mary Thigpin. city.... ... 2.79
A. W. Sargent.......... 2.41
I.. Sanders. Hawthorn .... 2.1.;'
M. Fernandes. city .... 2.14
Ruby Albright ........... 2.0O
Alma MIxson. city ....... 12

Six Nights "Go as You Please" Rac
How many tired fathers and moth
Ets In this town enter this race ever

night carrying a baby?
wonder what the matter is.

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If the food you ate at your last
meal did not digest, but laid for a
long time like lead in your stomach.
then you have indigestion and quick
action Phould be taken.
Of course there are many other
symptoms of indigestion. ;uch an
elching up of sour food. heartburn.
lizzinuess. shortnes.t of breath and
foul breath. and if you have any of
:hem, yo,:r i ,w''u it is oit of order
md should,: cm r t'd. .Mi-m-na :t ,,
'ets ha%,. c.red tlhonsfai' ;1 of c indigesti:in and Ptomach rr.ublel It
you haves any stomach di tre. M .11I
ona sill ro.hieve i.sctantly.
But .i-o n.t1 unlike mon t *)o call-.i
lysp'l'int remedies. does more th;.,
"(-it',1\ ; it i',rmanainitl.) curt's dy.-pe'p
.ia r ;:ny :.:onacrh trouble by putting
*u~I"s. and ::rength into the walls of
.he stomach. where the gastric juices

are the child is starving worms are ar, u ipr.,-ui ..
eating all of its food. Most children A large box of .11-ci na tlablt. co-t-
have worms-yours needn't. White but -.A cents at J. W. McCoilunm & Co's
Cream Vermifuge will get rid of the and are guaranteed to cure or money
worms and strengthen the child. Price hack. When others fall. Mi-oina cures.
25 cents per bottle. Sold by W. M. It is a producer of flesh when the body
Johnson. is thn; it cleanses the stomach and
Death ef Little Child. bowels; purifies the blood and makes.
rich red blood
Mrs. H. R. Fewell yesterday recet~-
-d thi &a d i>a.r, ai_ a. t. L< I t t

e ma normal on o e aTr.
of her little niece. Ituby heffitJ.
which occurred on Friday of dipthe tia.
She was In her 12th year and formerly
lived with her parents in 'this city
Four other children in the same fam-
ily are now afflicted with the disease,.
Let a want ad. negotiate a trade
for you-of something you don't need
for something you do.

Broachii. Cm Coui Mad CoAkh or
meosy bac & aud wanarimad by

T Caes Disepeose of by This
TribunA Veseerdey.
The third days sesslow of the
Ualted states Court was held yester.
day. Md mm prgre was mad
tham of the previous days, as the
body has aow Not down to' work.
sla the afteroom Rea Harris
a negro woman who had written as
ohbes letter sd seat it through
the malts, was up os the charge of
sedhing "obscene statements through
mails." She was tried by Jury and
found guilty. but the Judge gave her
a severe lecture and let her off with
a small fine.
Cuff tallt, the negro charged with
robbing the postoffice at Santa Fe.
had the attention of the court In the
afternoon. The Jury brought In a
verdict of not guilty.

Wound Up Their Business.
The county commissioners, who
have been in session for the last two
days. finished their labors yesterday
and departed for their homes.


eeh of Them Reelelvd Over Thirty
Thesueed aVtes Yefterday ow

There was "something doing" In
the piano contest yesterday and a
very large vote was polled in conse
quence. Catherine Halle agaln forged
to the front and is once more at the
top of the ladder. Rumor has it that
two of the other contestants will re-
ceive a tremendous vote before the
week In past. and that the two leaders
will take a drop from their present
Following is the standing of the







Gaineeville, PwisCU

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All Tenn t-ock and pefMu
kletedl ly Mr. l)avi Cow0adi
look at tliem.' l, lwther you buyW
Harnes-, \ &'a )-n I anm, BuaOes fi

Davis & Olive

( saivesvill.-, Florida

Breads, Cakes


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Largest Stock of Men's Clothing

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Suits, Overcoats and Raincoats

$11.08 to 313.5 1 15.18 to $1l.lO $20.00 to 125.00


$6.95 $10.00 $15.00

B. H. LEVY, BRO. & CO.
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fti" for Them Just at the
Time, Owing to the

"buzzards,." or commis-
a.a.v.es from Northern
bl m cmmenced to arrive in
adt action looking for the
sItB at home, as well as
*p Oa consignment.
SSMe are about four of
01ial representatives in
while they are scattered
16 BM of the roads from
but owing to the cold
p atcular vegetable is not
Ift the activity it had be-

i y of the growers were
tM $1J6 before the cold you
11 iWi at near that price now.
Ift 90ds are left are sure to
Pol prices. The fact that
MaBmatIUves are here indi-
S the markets are pretty
Up in the Northern see-


Imwed at Savannah, Ga.,
L arly in June.
aInm friends of II P. itville
ith much surprise of his
Whieh event o l9 60 ast year. at Savannah.
111 t was supposed that both
lB iady friend had gone to
i at Cet o a short visit.
if Was formerly Mrs Susie
0Who aa been a resident of
for the past bse'eral
0 tfor quite a while lived
'Odd"S of A E. Davies. but
0 W With her Sister. Mrs
Ml together they are ke'e'pl
4 Jhas Mr i|le~ile Kguarded
that his most intituat,.
00 Unas are of it. and no
Ik ally were acquainted of
aJtil told ho b) bitum.-lf oni
0* ialag
Lfjbit. but ibt iifornr -d thi. r.*
Ws4nelada that hat h .e i tit-
the p.eopl, e* geKirall) >, il
has succ,',.eedd for t h-
Sw tb'hkb he. told ui %a, at
J^ mi it untti h. 'm.,,, out .0,,,

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Will English, the Waldo Negro Boy,
Bound Over on Charge of Man-
slaughter-Other Cases.

Wednesday's session of Judge Ma-
son's court was the busiest in some
time. as he was occupied nearly all
of f' e day with three different cases.
Henry Mickens. the negro boy who
stole a wheel from J. L. Chesser and
skipped out to Ocala, was called up
and plead guilty to the charge. The
judge reserved his decision and may
decide to send him to the State re-
formatory, owing to his age.
Will English. the Waldo negro who
shot his playmate, was held for the
grand Jury on the charge of man-
slaughter, lie furnished tue required
The case of lBrockington and others.
as trustees for the Blethlehem Metho-
dist church. vs. Wmn McCray. was
called for trial The defendant con
fesstd judgment. The State's inter-
ests were looked after by State At-
torney Rivers and McCray was repre-
,enoted by Col. Sanchez.

For Marshal.
To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
I am a candidate for City Marshal,
for re-election on April 13. I have
served the people faithfully and emfl-
clently, night and day. and my record
is open for inspection.
If my service during the past year
has been satisfactory I ask the sup-
port and vote of each and every citi-
zen who In qualified. I can only
promise the same service as I have
endeavored to give in the past.
Yours for order.

For City Marshal.
I respe'tfully announce myself a
candidate for the omce of City Mar-
shal. to be voted for at the election
on April 13, 19. If el. leted I wil
faithfully di,,charge the duties of the'
omce without fear or fasor I r<-
13pectfully solicit the votes of all. ir
respectii e of party affiliation.

Baby Hands
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Mr. Cuprox "'I wouldn't think of
meeting him socially."
"Neither would 1." answered Mr TBH B. JORDA
Dustlnn tnx. "'but you might give me
his office address."-Washngto tar. J O

Hicks' CAPUDINE is the best reme-
dy relieves the aching and feverish. I
mesas-cures the cold and restores I-
normal conditions. It's liquid--effects
Immediately. 10c, 25c and 50c at drug PO R' I

A Correc'ion.
"lour hair wants cutting bidly. sir.' Fire Life
said a barber Irsinuatingly to a cue
1153 I1ag.

"No. It doesn't." replied the mlan iI
the chair "It wants cutting nicely
You cut It badly last time."

Tablets. Druggists refund money if
It falls to cure E. W. GROVE'S sig-
unture is on each box. Ua&.

Almost Personal.
('eestslne A id has Mr I'r.vr'-
u h r h suh 8a Sit!I 'l orij.regi.'t ;o'"
II 11l.1 Ye'e tal.h' U l E -rv IlineI' :*
%* .i h clearly twel-ved" y'u f-el as If
Y. ,iA hdi4 re.eirvdl propmmen IMlii.

The awake person reads the waul
ad!. et ry dAy)-aLiJ astuers some al
ii. i 1 41 elk

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V% put It up.
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Fire Company







Severely Burned About Hands and
Legs. But No Seriousa Results Are
Anticipated from Injuries.

Little McCaa Hall#e. the youngest J ,.
child of Mr and Mrs. J. M. Halle. hap- sSa _Io
I'vned to rather a painful and dis-
agreeable accident on Weanesday
morning h) being badly burned.
The cause of the accident was a lit-
tle toy cap pistol which the lad M m
thought a great deal of and which he
had eun using a good deal lately In
playing around his bome on West
Church street.
He had loaded his pistol and placed
it in his pocket, forgetting the fact
that he had done so. and. child-like.
cocked and pulled the trigger, which
cau~-'d the sparks to set fire to his I
clothing and he was badly burned be-
Sfor the flames were finally extinguish-
ed. Aps"e6U
HIs hands and legs were severely S.sw
burned from the fire of the clothing. A
and It will be several days before the w il
little man will be himself among his w
playmates again. While nothing sern -
ous is reported concerning the __
wound it Is thought that he will be
confined to his home for some time o .
to come.

Had melancholy, probably caused by B1W
an inactive liver. A bad liver makes
one cross and Irritable, causes mental
and physical depression and may re-
suit disastrously. Ballard's Herbane
is acknowledged to be the perfect liver
regulator. If you're blue and out of
sorts, get a bottle today. A positive
cure for blieous headache, costipa-
tlon, chills and fever and all liver
complaints. Sold by W. M. Johnaos.

Commission Examines Breeks.
H. G. Brooks, who it is claimed I A
insane, was examined Wednesday by w
a couple of physicians who Investi- Steam
gated his sanity and their opinion
will be given to the court today. It
is understood that the elder Brooks W. E
will plead Insanity at his hearing for I
counterfeiting. HIGH-I

Worn Ot.
That's the way you feel about the
lungs when you have a hacking cough. It pays
It's foolishness to let it go on and nie tit O
trust to luck to get over it, when Bal- qu o
lard's Horehound Syrup will stop the __ k
cough and heal the lungs. Price 25c.
60c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by W. We are n
M. Johnson.

For Future Rofoerene. s. M
"That lawyer is ery tricky." said W. H.

the farmer to plant only the b. It' a
n not of "how cheap," but of "howpod."

ow booking; orders for mewm and other --n-m We
will be glad to med you priom cm qu.


N. o W. WMA






Too Late to Save the House"

Is a familiar item in
the newspapers. This
sliou l sbe a warning to
thom. who liave pro-
craitinatet niot to take
out a policy )i i-ni it id
tio l.ate', so that the
itein Iiav v rea.i ll your
,'.'-,. '1 '14 I. sI Wa
r,,I 1 4, b Iy ilnsUT-
., i l l ikf t ell* lust

A CUSHMAN, Agent, rainesville, F

lM by B Iri Hardware C.

and Accident """.".S*ib
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61 xmes to imre tha two
pto bdra oes".try was married
IW tby the iames meor
Sto .o whbm she sailed for
-l: wmmh Nj pounds of teel
M M Is ated "tat tla ear"
4p I* Ioiwed by others n the near
a esMt the exporteU of pig
p eld to be resmed by the
b -ipr who om'erly
Pm iuee tostoeu with oreign

m e--s dds. h* a stoamah
vE Wo.bl %Csudne w W
W -S MldM-pleasat to
1e~dmtoly. Try it. le.
aS m et as druan srBm .
A Large Teset.
A -t M ae.am. unexpectedly In-
to M teetaltmput. fuund hibl
SW en fir temtai among others.
WN wma prepared; but. being a quk-k
. he arome asd mid. -"I tot to
Id thMat wae tUasted by the toast
I tatosted all the tests that
Wr tasted by a toaster.-La-.

W-j-m*' deblitated for year.
Sg headaches. lacked ambition.
Vwe-.et amd aU run-dow.a Ilur
pMied IMtterA made uai. a well
ae.'"-Mrs. Chas. Vrituy, Muoo

a a so ter asing cards.



WO NnoWamI d

Appems s -tat a Me.atselr. for
tee. ass of appetoe or stomach doie
am ~ t -t sI a laedi ge ta
er 4lMlsp-l Overnatlm Is a ha Mt
very danwras to a person's good
general health, and tInsatable appe-
tWe is a w symptom bf diabetes.
it is ot what rou eat but what you
*dieat and ai late that do" you
iat and hbalhest psoM aore mod-
a eaters.
There is nothing that will create
sckemss 'r eseumom trouble than
a dsordeed stomach, sad many peo
pie daUly e* trt serious maladies
solely tble gh dMisreard or abuse of
the sGOe101.
We re ev moe in taOseeville
who is usarlag from ay smaMch do.
whether seat or emle. to try Rex
as Tablets. wth the distiet *ade'
a ias that we will refund their
an e- y wtbf t queetion or formalty.
If aftor easo o use of this med1-
they, are met perfectly @atised
with the results. We rCommead
them to W* e an mers every day. and
have yat hear of amyoe who has
at be@gn beghed by them. We hbn-
etly betowe tbm to be without equal.
1They are made fr the precription
ofs aphbefts who devoted all his
time to the study and treatment of
ma treMbes. They give very
NMe ~e s, at uae the gastric
jels, sitre.ghe the dgmatve or-
gans. eate digeetles and go
adla. naturally r-l the
bwes, prompt perfect astrttm, a&ad
ratem a permeamt eure of al un-
healthy symptom.
We rge you to try a 26c box of
ma Dyspapela ablets Wch gives
S ewa treatmea At the end o that
tm, pyor mamo w be returned to
Yo K you are at eatised. Of
1m in eeroanle -a v legth of
Watment M 1 lee P su Casi oe., we
have twe bow ersls whichsell f or
.e and We. J. W. Meallum & C&0.
eer bat Mal and Umlon streets.
An Ameedte of bamm.
lean wbile traveUng alhted at
pM one -aning a servent a the
bemo eame to Mm and d that as a
S hbe4 the peam betr at the eathe-
deal m e met his m may Utimes
dae Wed be thankful I he ould
abesfeer her a number Ito the lottery
abst to be dmaw. "It you are a
amat." ida ae, "the umber is s re
to be a mead eme I Wey are a deviL it

will be sal better" eas smiUed and Kl the m that Cesem da& uff.
chose a number. but be me"er knew if t ibai sad a"sems, you will have
t ser"ant was lucky. n mere danruff and your hair must
the serva w- i grew iU *rtatly. Newbro's Hepticd*
set enty ceetala the danruff germ
Tanible As jetroyer. but it is alo a met deligbt-
"I believe 11' promote a tran porta- n dreeng for regular toilet use.
Uie company." No other hair preparation is oa this
"Land or water?" stentlic basis of destoying the dandruff
"The latter. I think. For the former germ. It stops rll irritation. keeps th
I'd ued ralls and right of way. but In scalp sweet, pure and wholesome. Re-
a water proposition 1*1 1 are an ocean member that something claimed to be
to tart with.'-E- chabe. "Juat as good." will not do the work of
geulne Herplcid. Sold by leading
Waet advertising is a orce which druggista. Send We. In stamps for sam-
you ea harness, and wvKb which youth pe to The Herplcde Co.. Detroit. Mich.
ca drive your plano aud purposes Two ses--640 cents sad s1.N.
to any dedred d tlaumal J I 5. LBod ord & Co. Special Agentr


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Simple .of OeGes. udieor wwere
The ext ordinary pals and patie
with which Charles Dudley Warner
did his literary work are shown Ina a
seveunt gives by a writer lu the New
Amtel magastie of the streuoum way
In whkch Mr. Warner produce as
obituary note sme years ago.
Protsor diward L ToYimamn was
a close per al friend of Mr. Warner.
and on that account when Mrs. Yoe-
as died the editor of a daily paper
asked Mr. Warner to write a Port of
personal apprecilation of her. This he
conseted to do.
le was left alone from 10 a.m. uln
half past 12. when be went to luneh.
Reterningu at 2 o'clock, be worked
without toterrupton until 4 o'clock
when he turned over to the editor
what be had written.
Yet the work was not complete. Mr.
Warner read the rlet proof and In me-
cenion three wrised sheets.
Bach time he made change after
hage to phraseology. seeking out the
one right word, while even Into the
nIeoty of p~aagraphbIn hbe seemed to
make Cearer what he desired to ex-
press. Nor did the close revisiona end
wtth the marking of the last proof.
After the paper bad gone to press
and the atsheets bad been brought
up to the composiag room for an 0. I.
Mr. Warner looked wistfully at the
editor and observed:
"Would you object to lifting the
form? I see a sentence tIn the last
paragraph that might be somewhat
ebhaned. She was too good. you know,
to bare a slovenly tribute paid to ber'
Even the printeft refused to get an-
gry over the delay. and thrthwith the
form was sent up and changes went on
for an hour. At last. tbhoub publica-
tion was delayed fully two bours the
editor, t t not Mr. Warner. bad the
supreme sattsfa-ttio of knowing that
the work was as nearly perfect as hu-
man art eould make ft. and the edition
was seat eot.

W- *-- ^W

Userh theN

"Thankfulnems." iM 'ncle Eten
"la' nufin' but the common sense
needful to recognlso some of de i!od
things dis world be cbock aull of."-
Washngtoe ltar.


%e Cmuse anU be WAemO4, BOnsM
War wY h Damems.



The Long Distance System

One of the meet valuable features
of our service, to our subscribers and
to the public generally, Is our connec-
tion with the extensive long distance
lines of the American Telephone and
Telegraph Company and the other as-
soclatod Sell Telephone companies.
We own thousands of miles of long
distance lines in the seven States In
which we operate and In addition can
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
mt modern and Improved eestrue-
ties and are maintained at a high
tat of officlency. The Sell syteme.

operating in various sectilee ft
country, are uniform in their -
ment and In their methods of 2
Only by reason of this closely t
arrangement between the Bell Teu
phone companies is it possible to p a
a oell Telephone almost anyitus
ask for "Long Distance" and be pot iN
communication with almeest asa p
in the country.
This vast network of wires, drea
ing throughout the nation, It -|
daily In commerce and for sieald pip
pose by the banker, the farmer ad
citizens in all walks of life and 0W
plant here is an Important link In ft
great chain.

Southern Bell Telephone

and Telegraph Company

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No remedy that does not entirely remove the Canse of Catab I
blood will ever make a permanent cure of the trorwile. Jn circulatioum remains contaminated with the impurities n< cat as?
which produce the trouble, the mucous metncmbranes or in-jer linin.'
body will be ket in a state of irritation and dinae. Seprxs aLa
other local applications will sometimes temnporarily relieve the tS3OF
feeling in the head, buzzing noises in the ears, uncomfortable ,tl
of the nowtrils, and help to loosen the mucius in the throat; butCaw
constitutional blood disorder and until it has been entirely driven i
ya tem there can be no permanent cure. S. S. S. cure Catarrh by
the Cause from the blood. It attacks the disease at its head and by
ou bhlv purifying and cleansing the circulation, and ritlint it of ever
tide of Impurity, and at the same time enriching the ilood P&1
inflamed and irritated membranes to heal, improves the f al haft
stops evry di aI able Symptom. 8. 8. R reac bottom and leaves no *ace of the diqeame in the system. Book on
and any rglr1 advice free to all who write.












us md ewas a.

lb W

Sby earrter in the city. or

Stea, cotlum socetas a im
isia l fareo ch additionali
.awtbiagr made known os

giom lss eight page, forty
ipdle every Monday *ad
d si all the mews t the
a- m "d general, and will be
a! s, foay part of she rnlted
S er. asa year-ls advance.
N Become due after ri a
@@ktjue-ent. slem otherwie
trties at knows to s
pymrfw advertiteiM Is a

p g Pasama have to offer
| at G Oeorita IoHsum?
semot be said to be a
-s aa million-dollar check
tl lweddlng presents.

keftMm, all the girls who get
We beautiful-except Car-
andl m a Goldmau.

t aWM all the stories that
fM him be would have
S to direct a great war.

S10 ealptalS the Washington
gb."? What difference does
SOWe can lose as well as

M y that camels originat-
WItma, which serves to ex-
1W OW happened to get a
I umaselves.

1as been at the White
A l U s thought he may be
of the President in Cen-
UgsM, beware.

WN seaM Is missing. As a
l* police It might be men-
' 0t Castro recently passed
4 his trip to Europe.

SIto get ahead of the alleged
b powder trust would be for
eI- Of the earth to form a
tI agree not to burn any

is Mio canal zone is rapidly
Sl ll the California cla.. it
Wlditg against a treat) i.. thli
Id M110 of America. lH<, )>.a

*MM-tly liberated Mr. Thornton
dIkl- that he has any idea ,of
I the stage' lil' probably
fIn il to give' anyotn a chance.
SIt at himu

Lb. LUley thought the ilou.~e of
M*vl1es wo,11uld1 j. ill an o),-
* to hand him a large,. fat.
Fma. be douhtlt..sn ko11,% I-
MI Other think catei in

* 0ir* and favorite. ife. of th1.,
SI lTurke) is de.ad Ju.-It %
t0000 and the. aill(nnouc1t11(-iuelt of4
o" f the tsntil. third fatalit-'
Scone tre'itliig mo.er th ,

li t(J~da) fe'kliura
1wrUAoda Iniothe r a card-.,
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tua) ~ fha~ ije'fear u, 'let-
take' UPloa teajj, (1c11t04.- aSe14
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The following excerpt is taken from
the Press RaRtltin of the report of the
work of the United State OGeological
Sur% ey:
"A general study of the geology and
stratligraphy of Florida was begun in
the autumn of 19407. and the field in
vestigations ore continued urtil the
spring of 1:4.1k. the work being son
duicted by K Ht .'-llards. State' g ai-
oglst. and Iie.rman Gunter for tlihe
St ate' Sarvey. and P Clapp and
(;e-rge- C Matson for the Federal Sur-
*,v. A stud) of the keys of t;ne
Southern iortioii of the t- ntint i.i
wa- a~-Igne l to Samuel Stiaford. \\ho
was thun engaged in expert work (or
the Florida I-tst C(oast Railwa) The
earlier work of lDall and Vaughan on
the faunal characteristics of the geo.
logic subdivisions in Florida se-r.ed
as a ha'is fo' tracing the are;al dis
tribution of the various formations.
The field work has resulted In in-
creae,-d knowledge' of the dis-tribution
of formations which have hitherto
been recognized in certain arens
where conditions were especially
favorable for collecting fossils. In
addition H)me new formations have
been discriminated and their distribu-
tion has been determined. Much in-
teresting information has been ob-
tained concerning the origin of the
rock that forms the Southern end of
the lpeninsula.
"An effort was made to determine
the presence and depth of the water-
bearing strata and the quantity and
quality of water which they will sup-
ply. and a study was made of the
decline In head of flowing wells
where large quantities of water were
being withdrawn for irrigation and
municipal purposes. The results of
the field studies in Florida will be
embodied In reports by both the
State and National surveys. One of
the reports dealing with the under-
ground waters of the central portion
of the peninsula has just been pub-
lished by the State Survey, and two
other reports are in preparation. one
dealing with the geology and strati-
graphy. the other with the geology and
underground waters. These reports
will Include discussions of the topo-
graphy and structrue and will be ac-
conpanied by geologic, topographic.
and hydrologic maps."


No class of people will regret the
i.arting of Mr Roosevelt from the
White House. says The Financial
World, as much and as sincerely as
the lawyers He has done them more
good than any President before- him.
For years he' has provided fat jobs
for tl'in. sorne of which ha e made'
rich men. The lawyers of the' Stand-
ard Oil 'o whou.' lawsuits ha;v, cost
She- c coine al i :. o .o far about $ 1161. 1111.
hi. TIe. wIill r.nievitl er him until the-ir
,ii'0 ii hour-. anld lot. ijiath his lnlcin-
,or% as a d,'ar I-ga(. to th -ir hir-
Tl out (if thei -e. ra.l hunidr.-d (ai-,- which
Sthl.- .ldlniilhi-tr.timli h s -t.arte-d again-st
orp1,or:tlhel. h.Ia\ ha.d the' I',es t busl-
li, -.- if lth ir c-are e I, I i [ the laI-.t e-Iv
t, .it 'l'h, t l :- a .L\ t, IoIm k th '-
re t or their ida% -. for ailt hl'er li{tn.-e'-

l ii, -l*r a hle-n I. i- Ik,'- ill I 'or01t-
1a .tIlIi Y et. w- hi. Mr u (dicllo a a l .* ,.-it It re-qilire'd
dra.-t h,.t-. tr, -r ti le a n Ithl Alige<'at
S-.tatle of retlel, i l;et.11)4 at1l <- appil eel t ito e l, r .l -iorati e, eai 'e, r. but
t'lhi- cwu tr.v wo.- i d whll- l lh la
> .r- in tIli '.th- i 1I, !. 11, a1 r t riat t le*t

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Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
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in which the spirit of protection domi-
nates. The country wants a commis-
sion that will revise the tariff and the
underpinning of the trusts at the
same time. and while the commission
may not be obtained now. It Is bound
to come. The majority In Congress
cannot afford to ignore public sen-ti
ment entirely."
The Wilmington (N. C.) Star says:
"Governor-elect Brown of Georgia is
going to return to the Jeffersonian
simplicity in his inauguration. He Is
going to have no "fuss and feathers'
performances over his going Into of-
fice. The Georgia militia colonels and
other staff officers with their gold
lace and brass buttons will be con-
spicuous by their absence. He says
he is going to Atlanta on inauguration
day in the way he has always gone
when business called him there; that
If the weather is good he will walk
to the Capitol; otherwise he will ride
In a street car. Reaching the execu-
tive office he will subscribe to the
oath of office and 'start being the
Governor of Georgia.' We like that
kind of talk. and we hope Governor
Brown will stick to his present resolu-
tion. We like the man who has the
independence to pursue such a course
in these days when so much foolish
display is deemed necessary In In-
naugurations both National and

The English Society for Psychical
Research has discovered that the soul
weighs two ounces. We know men
whose souls could turn a double som-
eriault on the point of a pin and never
be in danger of falling off.

me '~EtdO .Use gsU A cU Sbe5f 00 St.r
a 60 6I'"#G. Peebar.;-@midso m
loti kvusCgua,- Co. $out ur P'A..eeesin
CI" k:144Arg 0"d %V b3esuta
1.5.4 or*t o.,IIs @*%s1 v~stl".
kyvtipf.V...prepaiA. #a.


The New York Post says: "We can
see bow a future historian may be led
Into speaking of Hay. Root. and IRaco
as three of our most distinguished
Secretaries of Agriculture '
The New York Times says: "The
South has %et to experience what real
railway facilities are like. Mr. Harri-
man is a IbKgel, man. but Georgia can
hardly fear to suffer from him what
it ha% suffe.rrd from the railway balt-
ers. The South has a noble future if
it will but in lte instead of repelling
The Mobleh- Regit:er rays: "The
American Protective league has gone
on notice as being unanimously op-
io'ed to the appointment of a perma-
nent tariff conimission. Ec"omilsts
who have given much study to the
subject are in favor of the commis-
sion. Hltween the two there In the
wide line that separates self-interest
and a disinterested view of the stub
ject. The league is satisfied with the
abilities of the committee of Congress,


Tampa & Jaco0nville Rail
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Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfeld and lo-
cal points South ............1:........... 10:10
Returning, arrive Ginesville.................. 4M .
Leave Gainevville for Sampson City, Palatha,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6M0 p=
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................ 09:pa

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North, South, I

Consult the "P

For detailed information,
ervations, see your ne
write to oi

Div. Pass. Agent,
Atlantic Cout Lim, J

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East ad Wetd

urple Folder

rates schedules and re-.
arest Ticket Agent,
r call on

Trav. Pass. Aget,
acksevilk, FMida.


Air Line Railway
1. Iawl.f WareldR, I aemir William sad L C. Dauses Bs.uI s

0 I:.\1hoAIl YE:.\ -I{OI)'N I' MITED
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For ful information and *teepip) c ,r reervation5 call n
any Agert Seaboard, or quitee 8 C R )' C,'uN Jr, Assafint
Ge'eial PAsienger Agent, Jacksonvi!le, Floida. ,
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Glaerb am Adesr-L I. wLemms.
svpt. PublicD c teaom-r. J. L.
Kleo, Galasevills.
mhrft-P. 0. Ramsey. GatesvilUe.
coaty Judge-l 0. Mas. Galono-n
Tax Asesor-W. W. Colbao. Oaln
Tax OCl..tor-W. D. Iclas.
Tra rr J. D. MatNem. Galbe
&*perI-lor w ltratlm-J. C. Moe
Grew, ala-ITo le.
Comaty Coimmlasloer-Johlu 0.
Dempler. Chairman, Hague; J. F.
Towassed. CampillUe; J. W. May.
Arhebr; Cabs. W. Summers. Trentoa;
0. P. Ca a.s, Oalasville.
Members School Board-R. B.
Weeks, Chairmas. Hawthorn; J. W.
Maody. LaCrosse; 0. W. Miller.
* Suate S tor-H. H. MoCreay.
Members Hous-yd L Carter.
OalasvUlle; T. A. Doke. Santa Fe.
City Oearas:
Mar-harl-.- T. Aais.

Marsal-B. T. Arnow.
Tax A,-ssor-B R. Colson.
Tax Collector-T. B Ellis, Sr .
Clerk and Treasurer J Maxey Dell
City Attorney -W. S. rome
Board of Aldermeu-T. W Shand.
PrOMent; (leo. K lrounie, S. J. lur
aMtt. R. Caunon. II S Graes., 8
M. Mlixoo. A. 1. Vidal
Board of Publi Worka --i E TJ.
loW. Cbhairtau: W,' W ll11,'tita.cr.-
try.; H [.Duttou, E J llaird, J If

SoMu article tbat is siinply "11 tbhe
way" at your houre uIglht. If adulr
Used be mold to Wo'sIic, LI an s
loualy looking ur it
If you bavu f uilnd authing se It
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In Which a Resident of Alachua County Wil

bhe Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished by

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre-

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

The Contest to he 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 d 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 Bills, same to be used

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

These due bills will be

given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To s *rst b.t N b W vb. aeMfor ech for.......$1.M
To 6 m-n rei-W d Mt i-t- v, "M h. for a* fW...... ...175 0
To b t cvi t u ,, ft a ra hfm f ush6 fr.......- ..-. $150.
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 aH! respects tlhre-
to will be given each of those tieing.

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 GOlaeville Hardware Co.
Phifer Bros.
Hyde o Tench.
WMere Votes May k Cast
Ballot boxes will be found nl the establish.
meats of the merchants giving votes and at The
Sau oSce. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the VoUng Contest Department of The Sun,
alneeville. Florida.



Rules and Regulations
1. The contest is open to anyone living in
Alachua county who Is known by the conductors
of the contest or vouched for by so',e reputable
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attached or relative of the pro-
prietors of the abo.e-uamed flrnuj ar tligible Wt
participate in this contest, aid illl participate in
no muauner.
3. In the event of a mnlsundermtaundiig b t*eDn
candidates or others Interested In thi cutotil.
such controversy may be referrTd to the con-
ductors of contest, who alone are the, ,Tr-uns
qualified to reader decisions.
4. In the event a candidate decide' to litb-
draw from the race. such candidate %ill not be
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of another
candidate in the contest.


I1.26-Tire m oths' subscription ................. .

ow, sutb~crliuvra
4W votes

$2.50--iz months' subecription...................... 1,000 votes
$5.00--On yr's subscription .............. ......... 3,000 votes
For a club of five one-year subscriptions (before April 1, 1909). 25,000 votes
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1)... 25,000 votes

pi s ., r r M
500 voti
1,200 votes
3,500 votA
30,000 votes
30,000 votes

Th'ret i 10liiimit to the ils Inundwr of c lub's vacII cj )jItt'~t.l nt Il la ur'.


$1.00- One year's subscription ..... ... ...... .. ......

For a club of five one-year subscriptions ..............

400 vvtef

. 4,000 v .t'

'I'Ti i 1- lim it to t I lit llll r ti ( li l- it'! i 'o;it,11tc -t; l t 1, iv -' *"'' '

Sol citi n votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is undesired by the propfstos

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g&eO mtly happens that crop failures are due to unfavorable moil
M-M t ohi to a deftcilecy of plant food nla the noil. and the ability
eoa isuch uch conditions and correct them will save the farwier
oni& Mfavorable conditions the following may be mentioned:
}Hil"mm; (2) the presece of Irom salts; (3) excess of water; (4
VWB ; (6) the presence of acids In the soil.
to meant a more or less hard ned layer at somne depth in
It may be comparatively near the surface. or it nima be ek w ;wrali
a Hrdpan obstructs the free growth of the roots downward in
for food and water, and it may also prevent the free movement
MI0Wr downward. thus causing the soil to become water-logged during
iMrted; or it may prevent the free movement of the capillary water
b the plant roots during a dry season. Hardpan may be calcareous.
Sr ferruginous l ron-bearing). The cementing materials go into
Msr the surface and filter through into the subsoil, until at some
ptvel. where the subsoll may be naturally close-grained. the ma-
lie deposited year after year In a layer whhih gradually become.;
agl harder. If the plants or trees begin to show signs of trouble, an
of the subsoil should be made not stopping at on(me or two
if hardpan is found it must t broken up. either by de'-p plou~ lig
#V&& or as a last resort by the use of dynamnilt. The admi::isin of
ti"B hard layer and the re-establishmnnt of water circulation will tend
ma" the hardian.
ggiin s an artificial hardIan. or "plowsole." is formed when land i..
plowed to the same- depth. T!.is could be avoided by occasionally
gag is often found in quantity In the soil as an oxide, or hydrate, and
geI forms it does but little if any harm. Their presence may be
by the yellowish to reddiah hues which they give to the soil.
*i ether hand iron pyrites and salts of iron such as ferrous sulphate
Hires carbonate are )poisonous to plants. Some of these ipoiionous iron
give to the soil a blli.t-h or gr.'enish color which is characteristic. This
May be remnedi.d to a certain degree by thoroughly stirring the
n that the air may circulate, through It more freely. This tends to
the polsontouh comiipouids and make them harmless. Where Iron
are present in coni.idterable quantity, it is pos sible for them to conm-
with the phosphoric acid of the soil and hold It in a form that Is not
available to plants. The free use of lime or finely ground limestos.,
with thorough aerratin wA ill usually prove effective where poIimsoous
sgmgpounds are present-
I is well know n that plantit do iNN)rly in a water logged soil. I'ndd.r
eaditions the air cannott c(rculat.i freely. the Lenetlcial bacteria do not
pMus sand acid tends to accumulate'. The remedy Is to drain the -aiid.
oiltlnag rid of Uti eurpllus water. and then to plow deeply in order that
'f ai waay circulate fr'e1 ;:.Al oxidize' any |poisonous sub.-tatces that may
bes b formed
A laek of wae*,r can often lI rime'die.d, at leha-t partly,. by more frequent
M i tiwough cithivation. thuli. rep. notingg excessive evaporation from the
| ef. The incorimration of hunius or humus-forming material with the
' will enable It to hold more of the water that falls upon it. This may tbe
S My rowing coe'r crops such as be.ggarweed. velvet beans. or cowpi.,ea.
f ty ioaving in the -soil not burning--the remains of plants.
Organic acids, I;.- frinlldl .Iy .* gradual decay of organic matter in the-
V il. If there i- i a I'tel.-t i of ;i.iin the-"' acidh will ;acuiniulat- ;and flnallk
4M trouble- %Vi.eni u(i i lc ;.,ai e. .rensenl in coi iiderable quantities the-i
th rfere wthi tl.t u, *% ,0 li It of thl- nitrifying liacteria. and thus limit
*Se pply of j\a laid., it r;.:, ; btela died h a ii..lr:i l :,i iti), atn, iiof lr in .' or fln ly ground lid im toii. For
t er Itreattnietlit ,f acid j.,il5 -,.e. I:,he.in ::i which will b* -s iInt on request

Notla'Au h.r ..h I 1~iitht unide'r
SUl i,.@ i 0 -tit v- L '. f
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W11101ia W.. F ('.om *ii It I
*baOMM as dof.'ndauls. tme un,a.r -ign-
44 will offo'r fir "1l. wleters Itf, urt
he~e d'mor it, av~ae, ll.' I~'i a t'--
tows Na'II I- g I ccif'1.- t -i'. -. %14011
&hit best bidder tj-e Ow.r .r
~l~ac d-'.ea .-.' It I.' liar-
O fb or tgo, of !,i I I I i II
bfd eing ill .%Iit lil. (-jjj 1,. iti
dssctril...4 a- f,!.'*t'
AU tha T owA-l (of 11. j Ia g' I.Sutitji l i
R at. de'm'rilmd as flo~- le
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400 fraeUoDAI S''ction 4 Iowii-'l~ 11
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G&ish.; thene-e M..uth at rixght saugl.
0 e"1111 ailid eit links tee a s-tike-.
OftfS Wisit ioarailel alt h Secetio I111lii.
QW1111111t11011. 6 chAaios. wmilt 96 Iliak-
a PO ointis A INJud os i Ow 'e'.A.t I'
bsina11dary hl.of ,.itaid frtrat Iotiail So-
S4. thbence. N~i i-t l ilt ,~aid g.'c I heel
Nby 1.0-timation,g 1 cheaiils andie -'I
'hb uthe. plact-e of be-Kuueme I le 4.4011
byan I eatir.. h l P7F .I.'w..4..
?be Iliae tou1 le 5ede a- ilt.Ie- Ir'i' tr
of MM de'fi-ndalatA. oil -.ate f) '-jul d.'
and coats

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Are YOU Being "Huntd?"

I One of today's want ads. may be hunting you -ransack-
ing the city for you. It may have a mesa for you ofurgent
personal importance- os that, whM you get it, and beed
it, may change the immediate currents of your activities, of
your interests -may even place around and about you new
environments, new associate; may g've yoe ua entirely new

I tart in a business way.
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w &V,' at.Ds IIsPUn5,aUv Ms'ric,a- Asuoaano .Dr.
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This Coupon may lir cast at TIwN un othce or at eitlir of Ute tone con-
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ee oand What Is O*
i -:PersonaaI and
f t" o f the City.

l ticket at SRuthrterds

B r *ystemrs day and might.
s Restaurant.
om crockery and glas-.
gOmders & Firl&
L s gives you two bourb
S& te K.lctric Theatre.
attention paid to ladies'
3itberford's Restaurant.
haITes" on the square, but
, do square" two doors Saile..

Company's toasted corn
ty 7c package Saunder% &

|ppu0d for an evening of laugh-
a February loth tut thei i',pr

g Mt hee of High Springs was ('ol. W. W. lHampton left yesterday
after somie n iu-li. -'- mniat tr- t ,r a short professional visit to Ocala.
i ylrday. Hi' will return today.
i Proctor. a merchant "of Ilron- C E. lioger.~, a turpentine producer
Ill m for a few da)is atteindiiKg of lironon. waas transacting business
Hp biM lStates court. .tn th ci'y yesterday.
Winastyles of p:rir'tield and ie't uts of steak 1211 cents per
ees. also thrin:.i stI '. o u! 'unld. dieliered to any part of city.
taumderi & :irl<. .1. C. Mitts, telephone 221.
1yim have nevivr .-< t 1 i tir.-. ilhat Plank'al Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
l oo &d as iti illed ~ ithli h.% \oi ':re' cluli-. fevv r. Oldsds and lagrippe.
attend the' :leri'cr Tlwa-;i.t Price 27c. Sold by W. M. Jolnson.
pWllw Turner ou ilir S'Si.% t "i- F'er a a 'clUitee~ 'teiiiig's enjoyneiint'
oo ajf( y ye' r'eI. i., I" i i. .. a ofmi ,f oil' t,' n lccl h. Fo tci ris
t ed hhere b li .e I s c 3. J Ruff. ,ii, if th.. I, *',, : I, '. tir
dt f Neslerry ; p lae, as ai \i .? t ,* ,l. i .1, :-\ ille Nati tial tlank. left yes-
St-rl.i f.,r a -short h ,ila '.. triple to
N. R. Hta..s 1-ft ),ster. l:iy for .Ia .k where .shlie ill speiiAd the V'. tires It icks and Florida
lseeral da'.- :, 1gi (,f Waildo u* re along the nu1m-
r lace .'. *" o .hi i, l'' 11 ..... i
.CdM Slaughter ofN M; :. r !t '' n.,;i ..
Of the iii i l -t.i iintI r \% ,' i' ;l i.t Iof tl he
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o her hon .. '
J. B. Wal'l .

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bargains. Saunders & Earle.
.1 (;. White of Newberry was
inivoin the business. visitors to Gaines-
% ll, ye. t, rtla.

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Another interesUng day was had
at the Bible Conference Wednesda).
which was highly enjoyed by those
The Missionary Conferencep will
continue today, and as sterenoition
views are used to Illustrate the loc
tures It is well worth the while for as
many as possible to attend these
IlIble study hour In also wery pleas-
Ing. and the Ane music under Profi.
Hall and Mack is receiving compli-l
ments from the public generally.

Kirby Smith Chapter.
Kirby Smith Chapter., I'. I). C. will
meet ina regular monthly session this
?fteprnwonm at .i":': a: the0 r,-.leftic of
lrs. i1. II. 1(( r,:-iy. :{Vo: K lth rt.
treti A full att'iidl.ieii',, i. r iU' td.
MRS. J. K. WA.INW IldT. Pre,.

J. J. Finley Chapter.
The J. .1 ";:i;-. ('hapti r. i I C
; ,I lold t.;u': -r l i.i ''.- s1,.-t i.
this aft .. on l at : u '(xck at the
resid.ne. 6 f r .oir..1 1.. MI 'lin.
MRS .1 1. KELLE.Y. Presldt.-nt
.11is 1:-:1.I \ .Ati\M1ISO( .
It.o'lrdling S'crtary

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Capital, $75,000.00 Surpu, $17,31.74

W. R. TIOMAS, Preoident
E. D. TUlRNER, Caslier

(K. -. BROM E, 1 VlS Vc rr
W. B. TAY WI, 2d YIin.O.

Njcbol, J. A. Mamlbt~b, M. VON"i, W. IU Thinm

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*~tsrv v-ii *c..-r t.44 % ?&!Xi (-$iCll .i
an additic& al laze. CA..NH it:a-dvatic'
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300 Pairs Shoes at Cost!

1e w ill ,.11 for tl n. i \ l .l, \I I .' l. -t 'i. k ,
bhl H .^ at 'o, t fr ,'.,.-l ., ,-i -tin, ,f \l,. '- ,li,-'
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mt nAi.ik.- Cal aid et your waits supp'ied for the winter


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Dr A E' ('liii.' o-lo-riaiiesurge-on.
11. 'i" i9't U12il of., .1t t r AA t9 14 & I
t a' ~' ii& l -0, aiawl m iite4 1 it, a. a lit rcv cit
1,0414A tll9 l.-ll t it i.- li'l rr aduat
t I., k ls, 19..5 @9 i 828r% ( %,11 go- &ld
'a 19 z I., 9i1f dia) trur Igi.ht icorrc'
: .i-Itr) c.tti alid Jiqg- all r.'i i~
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judk.' "'ALI u.. fI )[ c t it 014 s h t, 1:
il A t aS to b1L1 buppl M hItA AiidtI tci 9ISO
Idebty uf It left

iCoulnsilie lod~gt' No
90B.P. 0. E.-MIsets
follifght at 7, ::Itoctloc~k
Il i Eks' Home. VUailt
WeI('EEuehd. R. p". )awls.
L t;J. %~I DLl-. Jr. Secretairy.


Established Over Twenty Years

( ;t. I, Htl$9 1N141 I


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

V. lJsair,1, V ie --I

VI. Ts) lor, ( Cla
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FPOR. OAI.--tve sAL
sale cheap. Apply to M. B.
rOR SAIJl-Goed etlgo bh e N
nice rubber-tired b API M
Blox No. 276.
FOR BALB-Homa m m -h
East Maih and Bommary l
Apply at Dally Sum okeS.
-OR SALI--Two &as W m s
i.alneville; terms amy at
tle tInterest If umabie to trp
,a*h. Apply at SunB odsm.

i'OHR 8ALi--Coruner kot ISxtl
on West Matn St. northh Md
aary St. mext to JOef
Will sell at a bargsal mad e s
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of tile Age

and Company

Come I Be MyUit

sale at Millers.

national Bank

Tb.She S Sebid lht he rsem" u

m anum ned asmibbunPIukb Ubsoftm M

k touwe for num wurntar rmd
bh ropm grW6 b pinFbrik od nro

Fuwemis as mom of ui rny~

fedl in~d Meine sq am nmlm.we wa

Dr J. II. Hodges returned y,tl< r
diul fr,'u Archer. where he was call-
Ad ui a lort |profei-lonal viit.
if your iur -e pernilts indulge in the
'.,"t. We offer unexcellled table-btard
for $h Iptr week. The lirown iHouse.
Miss Jes~sle Stroud of Lakeland is
an the city en route to Monticello.
While here she is the guest of her
.si.t'r Mrs. Tuker.
It will Aoon be that to find a person
who has not been to the Electric
Theatre ,ill lbe as hard a task as to
tilid a l% it, liac kilird.
ltl ,'kirs of O)ct:igoi soa for 2',
('.lit?'. Tliur.-day aftiernooni only at
S..ill. & (' "s t'a.-h Sltor. .NotuI Imor
L.:ii l'all ollar'i. worth tu one i r i, r i
aid wr ,l \ I .1 dll itd.-
i.m it'r titicn iai's,. r.:ilruildl~ la-
','*r rs r. v oit I'r T''l .,:' i lhtric
i "il TI:'.k, th,' sting out of cuts.
:u.ri:- or bruisest at once. Pain can-
* ',i >-' .i li re It is Ius 'd.
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Feb. ss S.aC-.

F;L I& be wll
~ smomis anmemilv

4 ~ ~ o so&4~bm
s~A a somte
ftw. lb "&A
Mbwarelno nom e
was maintained
oiled habat
I4 amw bCanvk
bAM *SWlbMiad s uss
Sbetwoanft h ra quorum-
a spew* GOWea"he re-

L wom as
4 aft


.|z...rob S E FOR HM TO MARRY
anas atOnmAsle sevemr. Miss Ve-
re Wans. dalusr O a Promitnt
-, ofrmtr 04 thin s mmO). Srod Into a
Iww oIw i"i -wwk VikN Y Che T Dida d
ILnios e wa a ser wo awase, aS SOW
-a. a Mo ri ..ra Ma ap
me66"aofinI Jemmi t whbm the yftg9rmuvey9W
bead twweo _reasn In, _" ; two
at- IW Jis -m '- D bmnwto e e NASHVIUIl Tos.. F 4 --The we postpone further aquiry nte
Sbf^ s of vW m i s ad A ..A bPo. -J,-- ar ok a1.1t"dae t' OW C0l D. WhLtworth matter sawU we
SS el a otis 0, A p. pary, s bal a 3 Coop Ro-I L er J. CaoS r ad this ver.'"
3 "M ar.The womid.M Job D. arpe was ombpAted er rfe Gt Morri
aS- SLMeWS 6 It was dir ItgW@e the .aeS. of the 1day the Jry be makn" s se. Jo W. Holt. on oof the
,i Ma T r O a triaSl the Wi d t court tht th d's preed wo wrws aompaned by a buom was,
a G _- ..nmd. iso he sbtits erred. Miss Ware, ans -o de frultles not of pracbed the benbh. Holt md:
me~ raa, to beI --iAndt nesas defendant vacant seats th bek a fi ed. ..*Jdgc. I got ma ra1aemeat t a
I a~ o i l s--dsUem, the torr ta Ahmati 1 toi4 sa w ereeams- married at 10 o'clock and a jury
ni a1 t Ar Ia -s M m r tasWWtter 1in th eed. The very few wo atmptew d to mos for 10. What a I goi to
SgL Uagy. p e- room, wero awaiiug the oai aLcty were challenged pemorl "erve ea the jury." aid the
____ Sm be. 0 f App seeblug a wladew from by State or defense. It is ot I "Well. jedge, I sure a e
I erg a11 4bs W w b a view the urt roo could probbls eat the fourthvenr e. i evee b tl to
M A04 t-tes at bh oe a., MUm Ware saw Haam Ing m will be exhausted tomorrow. to marry me for a long time and I
L eas ,oa thel U* anMtor@ aid b eed e w iM whLch eneA t he tth wll be drawn I ough; to go through sith it
At W. n. Melnay. be reralied drew t volver from ad summoBed sad the he i the s dangerous to put It of .
Iua ii 4f t f e I 0ofM her drob awd opned are. bcarWs against Jurror J. M. wlit T.e cort teusd tho proff.a.
SMwr* W sF a T1hrW of thk balets wet tre to worth will be remd. Juror a while, then coeaed a.
WL6,. wT O e the Me mart. iaflitian woud. Judge Anderaon of the defense **In six months bh may wish I Mh
o9. y I Has.e' back d arms frm whleb arose to a qu"stnc of werooual privl- kept him on that Jury." commented
"I 0 W tb i be did wthin an hkr. Smith was lge as on a thke berU declared court.
mM 1 U A h t in tn heaMd a"des was wound. the e crt In telso. The Arat talesman cad was A.
B 5 IP 0 d4 It the k andB arm. W yr we "I object to a head-line in a morn- Greer, who maid he ea ld t nt
D" emived& a bul0M tin he leg. Miss Wan bta paper. The Temnessees. which but his wife coad; that he live
5be P thr Mli her brother. Charte Ware. weru says that 'defcase attacks character miles from his brother, but haid
i w111 m 1. 4lwroested. of Juror Whitworth and claim he a. b him in three years. Asked
M st atW perjured himself.' wife was not pretty takative he
T a HAWyTHOAM. .Now this is ftlee. 'We did not e- plied:
SI ddei. -" mia2pe Mr. Whitworth at an. and if "You est com out ad Mdta to
d Me gpr "d." HAWTHORN, U. 9 -The rest we had. he might have maid that he Greer wasare them was a f
1 w e ~W i vn s at Meage' Mtal0 are Mr. and o0presmed an epinae. The story it bwt he was mot ser whe was MM
I at eeor g*O ff. a s.r.Se A.4taas wrto bu e0rreto10utV e r dhi d O killne.
WW.. uIb nme'sI r f eeleag aa la eresl and gsWleadi a AbouA h seemed to be as
.-* M _M r. N A Mrs. & T l ft. way a we a lAr re-eaJ." ,rGr. Greer was ehaeag d by the d

IN- fls The- d yernay Naples *m t of eou bet m : After many lengthy ar ame so
o Bld a Th O f-. 4and M Joh D. Tripp of A t -t s to me thatwe have a the competeacy of jurors, 1 U w
i I"wl M fd416.0 abu N. J., will go to Largo Modiay venre---0 maM-sad that exceed and the court djourah er
slwgo ab -0 0 a d-te. to jma ian friends from their home ianMy of them have eoame miles to be the day. No additions had bees ash
"-,, ..he .. -iha-a ew Yerk. ammiamed. I agtent. therefore, that to the jury.
ow n wo A. H. Cartar wMe and Miss M arin.
is.e A e o Master .... -lU& aW W Mr. and Mrs. l ghefa ,1"eshme-- U* f *eWed at Relpairif eCst Main sms.
oe a Be MOt l. amS. No. H.. and Mr. and a late and the guests depart he street force s ow b
Mrs. Hoeary a n of Ceaectiet ettg Mrs. Heay a ftse hosted. Te s rpaintig East Man i Ml
S UI v* have e asd at Moore's Hotel Mr. Mlley and daughter. M a iss n rt of the are station. wh tN b
...". = w J' and wi arrive ay. Balley. ad Miss Masier, from Union- been needed. This work lan
_____________ The spW tsm f ttinue to bring i town. Pa.. are spending a few weeks dere done by the councll. -bt II
atAlsebsad howd bags of equal ad duck. at the Magola. hands have been o busy in othen .
S-gh J. Powler. a highly respected A Number of new famills e ~ tie that they are Just oeW
Mr.* frnft. a Po" eit" lso who lives om few ae aing lanto town to engage la work at pieed there j
ms sM 1 ofDgmedl anad Mi Nr4theat 4t author. a vry l the rate factory.
aa T Ala were W. FeaeU. exaheriE of ths com- Rev. and Mrs. Newman are sped-
S Mlated at tIh home rf e ty. has med b ok to his farm and ta a few days to Alachua this week. The woat ad d a m real
uts's Isnms a Aine ua a Werage rove aMad Is making many A- tr. John Wateoa of Joasvile ad business than a other broem ~'
0. TG omto toet rtly atho r- povomenta. His friends ito the maost Miss Lna KiNer of this plce were hobed-In tact, they "start"- l
W*- Or ther t hore hm at Dm- ad are pleased to -n hie m among married Suaday afternoon by Judge the busins that te bihon da
**-a* them agals. iChamli. agt. faln.ish
S. T. J. _Hamnoad haas purchased the -
VWAnI0mies yj*ftI IA. U. Weeks dwellia houae and kot1
as MaIn street and will erect a aloei0
dwelling oa the north part of the lot.
S Mr. Callaway has succeeded J .
III CChaumney as age At for the Seaboard
wife anid little son have oero to Tam.
|The people of tal s-ectiou are wait-
p a l ine for a pcl excuriou to attend
the Mid-Winter Falr at Jackonvllle. PHIlAItf:I.PHtIA. Feb 3 Mi.,e lil t h. as I.1.. a ,tude dt Z rTifnl
A large Inumtwr would gladl. accept o Malney of this rity anld Arthu. I tl'*,r>li
ea toa fro various commercial bod- su.h an opportunlity Herbtrt Ouborn or w .k AH te. al,.. is -1i 1
tie of Charleste toi opposals the co .ateig L. e ,,, p k, ,,.. .. ... ... ., t s
liLmAlhie L ltnt,1diAl to 1 l~ Sit.!i< -h .I.S,as

mmioa of the Crunm umminatka and
eld them to prove that his protL t
agateet Cram fully reprwunLted the.
popular seutimelt nl (.'hmariton
The Japaesee and Chlanes que-atlons
mOW causing discussion un the Pacritc
Ceat were referred to. and Mr iB
ou (Georgial made a general inquiry
of the Paeltl- Coast mesaaors a to
their attitude toward any propOSttioN
to appuott a Chbnaaaan as collector of
ce toms of au Prsactaico
There was a very -eneral discussion
of the ramc probee. n which .eteral
or the Seoaturs oa the Ik.mocratic
aide took part seaatur Mouey occu-
pied sarly an hour and reviewed the
history of the raees
About fifty eamatUrreetmaised in
the hamboer thr da t the eseslo6 .
Ti ma Uan winl aw p tomer-
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A Iit'IlIl K F, ::- MIs,, M .Iliie
| It ll IP % 1 11 11K 9 l< l ot l n < 1 i t
nabh thin ,ec-k
Rev tHillosi aid fau-ily of liamupton
h%' m itt'd-l 1 1 Ieli6 4 oft thb l'it'h-II HIK .cttAgel .
Mrs W C W liuktiight I sitilltaW he-r
daghtiKsr rMit I II Tucker. in Jack
Mrs Goe-orge- 'liiinxig aiid children
bat-* retiure-el hiuit'e aftlr a pleasatul
Viiat t0 Ja~Ckm libillh
Mils K al'It. S'lllith l to-"x ndllns t %
eral e-ek- .lth her piAr.eat Iu Ml~4
Mr' Grove of Moulbinuik is visit
Ins hrr dauShter Mr. II Maddou
Mr and Mrs Robert Heagy enter
taoed a party ut youns psuple Friday
eWslag. A very pWWaSt e ae-l
lk^m f -- Aw .^b^ Sh. I

M~"W -)I. tS a iri. mjI LI J1411 ~ ~ .1 A thte I It W
('aa'taemItc(11r chu ,e I -rtirtg I.Ake J I lots,- 'A lie) 1141IPr heei tAb1 l' .
TIhe- aaaarri.te- .A.rkII C I, ~imcI I' 14.uleoXIII. U1141 [ re d UII
tkia of a ehajie,- of what nasy proper lihcimt'. tItt, (Of W eU1$. tlt(0.ik UP
1% let. to iume ti ac&Iiite'ritathetiA~l rtllii*1h4 V ej ale ili oftl 4*10I.ut f the ,
11 k'~t Img i .1 44 ol ooe i~er I*G. %~ho-t lit-e 11.jst*~ t h I41 1at H401114' 'Al"' he- o
4"' i~al ueerlti A., -a trlife-d b) lilt. at, ellemev. I. IIItilet'CthuiljI b ur, It IIIlt
III kaeill n. 0 llett II 1.11 %1 ~~ labb lt-it'llM4111o 4-1e1a Finally its thE New tork
hatole I .1ft r~ ie or fthtbr'n jaialtiAl iuliatIIIIIelt arof the Aarriage %%.&3gt
UUki Ii- lort sing Lake- sIth a'41til the ground that (hthev hhid 80
Aa iismo.! It t'IArkaouti lif IA mhdol, w l141 er II~e'l together M I r OlpI~t
had Ine-, ii .i xte -1 At l ..th e ou e lif M ar a aw nt-as in her ua iill I f SM tt ( r
(I I.AIt mt )hl.l%% lit). a oseut fthe- j birii luttigag upj utly a I"~'''"
PA sittI. 11. of Li.lo it) ai.d lpronli f..a.. Nil's Malollyto' IttI it i 1 1~
tif it 4(i*oia I) mh t t-bevr 1-e,115j111reud 0t i ltle
%Ir makauiry 1116,41) 14"e t t he- rIA9V J'I~eMA 41 114 N1Mr IrisW

hi.' d4u~gblt r Lanek Itiae e-zst throuugl th e I. 4 I abef
Its the imeautigue the disicovelry was cauUuusary micasure to -1A
ina4* thatM iss Mabassy hadguoue framthe -ttvmtioasofi 1,111"ito**
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sow wIr m% Iusml !e

-m- sow thu. h

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sad- g w. Mindh a"d 6 t o ta

i 61 the sl 61m hem et
ShOft ssyee is advse ohr
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ob A r .. Feb.1. IM

INS -0010 8hr eSAmeme
J. FP. Dee .D S the Ibstyle of
a sew m" that have opened a gee-
rvil resort Y almdis i Ioutbeas
o-meeville. They are lscaed sear
aIs Miu aaMd wil doubtless do a
an hases. They are both young
mm aad we prtteit for them much
asme is their ew SIld.

armers, mechaairs, railroaders. la
bor. rely oa Dr Thumas' Electric
Ol. Takes the stins out of cuts,
bhras or brutMe at oiinc r Ial call
act stay where it is used

Mr. WUlliam IX Crawford and Miss
Oatherbae Cocowitch ereI recct'Uy
married at .Paasote.e aud iuaue
lately weat to hou-se plum


.The usual lbei hur, m o toto 11
*'iib., emiduted by Nev. oo. N.
QUalls, attUmted a ed audiemw*
whieb wM Ms ofe them wbo ave
gerw to miasilt a deep Iateret tIn
the tIambls af Dr. .Gull. These
mmlera esrelIns inm a most im-
plmpt part Of the ieis. although
ther lave not as tar been as rly
attended as the aftersoo and eveT-
lig services. ThOesN who do at-
toad. however, go regularly. and the
*tedace Is Ilaecreas ag daily. As a
BIMhaI 4studst ad teacher. Dr.
ulle has few quals in the country.
Is the afternoon at 3: Bishop MNor-
riss delivered mother of his Itertw t-
lag serams to a o@od congregation.
and in the evemlI Rev. Dr. Smith
eosed Mis eagagmet here, much to
thie rret of these who had hoped he
would dcdde to remaln longer.

Had metameholy. probably aused by
as tiacve ver. A bad Uver makes
-- cress sad arrlthle. ouUes mem
sa physeal depress e and may r
saMt disastrosMly. Ballard's Herbue
is almowledged to be the perfect liver
regulator. It youre blue and out of
Merts. et a bottle today. A positive
w efor lous headache. cosaUps-
tOm. ebillts ad fever and a lUver
amplaltta. Iold by W. M. Jobhaoa.
Caught a ag Shark.
Durtig her recent visit to Cedar
Key. Mrs. J. M. Parr caught a momnter
shark weighing Ive hundred pounds.
which she landed with the assistance
of several bystanders This was the
lady's Arit experience with these
mostoers of the deep and she is espec-
lally proud of her big catch

WhaeM Vaor JOaits Ars tiff
sad your muscles sore from cold or
rheumatlm. when you slip or sprain
a joitt. strain your side or bruise
yourself. Paiukiller will take out the
sorenues aud IA >ou right n a Jfflty
Always hate It with )ou. and use It
freely The oldest. the. he.ali-l aud
Iue bes-t medicilte for luternal and ce.
terual ache. asd pailus in man is Perr
ry ll.ia' Pailukiller. sand for uoer
sevesily >)tars it hat tI-.-n the. great
*lstandb> fr *larrt-nil IiII houiblandi.
of famills all ut .r Ithe wild Ikli'at
u, houue without a ik', otr oh.i of the
u,'w isei J," boutil-

Butm'ribe fur The Bua and vote fur
your choice sla the plaMo atoreLt


innin is vwa

^TNe C WceAeI'Ir'e.

sg"ep mrom Preoise"fi -
mNism to a ppres"e
Aeiease-OP.8mit Le> NMit.

Plam Tuuday's Dally ms:
The deep coM, Meompealed by fro
quest bkmaterg wids., had little ef.
Peot speI the attesIdame at aftersoot
Mamd evea servItes tC the rorMda
Water IMe Ceaterfse I the Taber-
mti aIedar. There were so mor.
Is services I the Taberasi, the
0 -se se havsg 61ver way the
va d i i Ob athe Mty. at all 6o
wMi *IesI vdIes 6o sattimal

Dr. Iidh appe is t" h iomd
ft a &a8sa of OthNe m er # at 3
'deo IN is the dmsom 1a the Ta&
woastm The emudm wwe pms
mfii by a se mmviess bw the churd
ua heN a Nemgi vese, em**m mr by-
ft9. Idaesh U. 3B. a Irwi. Ii.
PM&.& 61 PhimWe90hi..
The 01mm mreisss wer eoi
elsie in the wes sa e"Gmto
grm by 3w sp Merum. who
bft einse to rmani ever r
the osemm He eIeN hr his theme
apatPeothef epfoooftfMathew re.
St"Slaab 1mest porabesa, plasig sto
smwp" thr wt um ra Utrns as"
g eeimiidis.t as hour
the spe-k emadem ths tcloet
eestm of1 bl bears. He dwelt at
Imsamh ep the epaura t cmald-
al ami lIer mI their natural mpoms-
amss, s m to mOther. hr Ione IaI
lMpeMs ii ps hlbsleieks the &b.
saute essoity 61 harmey betwem
The me 6o If. Murn. was
preceded. as ul= wt a hak-heur

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Tued's DAUy SUs:
Severe cold which was predict
Sreach this section on Saturday
truck Florida with full force.
ilabenlle ia particular. on the
time. but the damage will
S &mh what it was Arst antlel-



m a

is for coughs and colds as
well as for consumption.
It's easy for Scott's
Emulsion to cure a cold
or cough and it does it
better than anything else
because it builds up
and strengthens at the
same time.
Don't wait until you
Consumption or ronc*-
tis. Get Scot'..
a ..a i s .. i .

wsIs ws w paN sam ese rea
yof the' large ebbage growers "on pouMae Ado 4edta a n
m seen Monday and they stated SCOTW a ggMII d sImii- lM l
bJm present indications they ....
OR tat about 30 per cent of the SUDDEN DEATH OF COL. PALMER.
I pea had been killed, but I -
- peeitlve can be furnished ti Occrred at His North Gainesville
sespect until two or three days. ome Sa day Evening.
Sthe real effect of the cold will i omTuesdy Daly Sun:
to show up. The sudden death of Col W. H.
I the out4oor lettuce that was Palmer occurred at his North Gaines-
Med ar enough to head. or in ville home Sunday evening about 6:30.
boded state. was killed outright. and came as a great surprise to his
e is still a good deal of frame numerous friends throughout this city.
Which is left. and the growers The deceased was complaining only
are fortunate I having this will for a short while before his death.
9 mere out of it than they would and as he had had previous attacks of
r M have doWe had not the cold this kind, nothing was thought of the
seirrtd. occurrence by his good wife until she

S peaca trSee waic were full of | returned to his room a few minutes

t ult safered the Ios of fruit
as is--e but there are till smry
Sl bltL and It s considered fortunate
br le that the damage was no
the largest orchard beard from was
me owned by Galneville people
Mr. Warner said they kst fully
bushels of early fruit, which
s the case with many of the smaller
geves that were tar advanced.
L day aight was not as cold by
It er ddee a was Saturday. al-
Smere ice formed. The Gov.
thermometer went down to
digrees oa Saturday night. and
other thermometers were
I 4ltd as low as 22. Sunday nilht's
showed 27 and this gave
Jmers hope that the cold map
-med this action,
Frm Other Prts
4 ailem the West Coast the co
e arted as bad it proportion as
i h bere ad everything an the
BsI tlie was reported koacked
M lA hbt the freesl point reIach
i as r South as parallel 27 which
Mb h of Tmpa.
vegetables were kUled at St.
letrm as d at that place the
r m W reported 30 degrees, 'th
m of te forming there on Sun.
4 m8ht, which shows that they had
. te et of the cold weather Sunday
ImI Webster. which is a large
olpAbs point on the Coast Line. the
eM s there report that all lettuce
'- killWed, and they fear the cabbage
s 1is damaged fully one-half, but as
Ia Glasvilile. no one can tell the dam-
-S to them for several days.
The Sanford celery section was not
ht to any extent, although It reach-
d the freeing point there and all let-
6*0 was hurt to a large extent.
The growers of Florida should feel
MMkMfl that they have as much left
Sthe have. for the freeze was even
I te aIn Georgia and the Carolinas,
S t will place Florida growers far
l ldvamee of their northern neigh-

C. I Kluger, the Jeweler, 1040 Vir-
Ihaveaue. Indianapolis. Ind., writes:
1 was so weak from kidney trouble
IM I eould hardly walk a hundred
ot- Pour bottles of Foley's Kidney
IQWy cleared my complexion, cured
O' kache and the irregularities
igeanred. and I can now attend to
babe "every day. and r-commendi
i&y's Kidney Kemedy to all Puffer
f it cured me after the doctors
nd other reme-dies had failed J W
eCalunm & (uo.

An I em. Ft e 6. 0 W OtAWm
OA BWRin_ uA -um. l A.- ..

h ter and found him gasping for
breath and in an unconscious state.
Col. Palmer was about (6 years of
age and came to this city some twvity-
four years ago. engaging In the prac-
tice of law. which be built up to a
large and remunerat i#e practice. Of
recent years he had several large cli-
ents who occupied the most of his time.
and he had quit doing a general prac-
tice and moved his offiees to his home.
The deceased leaves a wife and two
children. Mrs. H. S. Graves of North
Gainesville. and one som. 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 preeahing the
services, which will be concluded at
the grave. 0
following is the list of pall bearers
who are requested to meet at the
home of the deceased at 2:15 o'clock:
Dr. W. Porter. L C. Gracy. A. 0.
Steenabrg. I. I. Webster. J. I. Had-
ol, W. R. Steckert.

Funeral of CeO Palmer.
The funeral of the late Col W. IL
Palmer was held Tuesday afternooM
from the residence of the deceased
ia North Gainesville Owtag to the
extreme peculiarities of the man. he
requested that his friends take charge
of his remains and he be buried by
them. and his every wish was follow-
ed as near as it was possible. A
large number of friends escorted the
remains to the grave in Evergreen
Hexsmethy tenetetramine.
The above is the name of a German
chemical, which is one of the many
valuable ingredients of Poley's Kidney
Remedy. Hexamethylenetetramlne Is
recognized by the medical text books
and authorities as a uric id solvent
and antiseptic for the urine. Take
roley's Kidney Remedy as soon as
you notice any Irregularities. and
avoid a serious malady. J. W. McCol-
lum & Co.
For City Marasha
I respectfully announce myself a
eaMdidate for the olke of City Mar-
shal. to be voted for at the election
on April 13. 190. If elected I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the
office without fear or favor. I re-
spectfully solicit the votes of all. ir-
respective of party afflliaton.

Deputy Sruton Arrests Polites.
1rom Wednesday's Daily:
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,lad arr, .-t' d Awthiin 'ol ,. lS4r aw l
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Cemvened I allesewIIle Me-ada With
Judge epa Presiding.
From Tuoedays ally m:
The United States esrt for the
Northern district of Plorida convened
in this city Monday aftermeoa at 2:36
o'clock, with Judge William B. Shbp-
ad presiding.
The oeiers of the eoat are all In
attendance, as follows: W. I. Shop
arm. judge; PrederickW Marsh. clerk;
A. M. Cusahm. assistant clerk; m-
met Wilon. attorney; Themes r. Me-
Gourtmia. marshal
Nothag was done except to emUPi-
el the Sraad jury aad excse a large
number who had beae enmme. hbut
several cases will come up for heartag

Beware of 0i4 i or Catar
That e NMeo.ry
as mercury will ely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entertag it
through the mueeous surfaces. Such
articles should ever be used except
on prescriptions from reputable phyal-
class, as the damage they will do Is
tea fold to the good you can possibly
derive, from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by P. J. Chemey
& Co.. Toledo. 0.. contains so mo
cury, and is taken laternally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. In buying
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get
the genuine. It is take Ilaternally
and made In Toledo. Ohio. by F. J.
Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by all druggists. Price, e per
Take Halls Familly Pills tor coastU-

Per Marshal.
To the Voters of the City of Galane
; am a candidate for City Marshal.
for re-election on April 13. I have
served the people faithfully and effi-
clently. night and day, and my record
is open for inspection.
If my service during the past year
bas betn satisfactory I ask the sup.
port and vote of each and every citi-
sen who is qualified I can only
lrosnibi the s*ame bernic'e as I have
*-di.i'aour.d to gie In the past.
Your for ,rde-r,
m1:\ AtNOUW

Worn Out.
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Willise Englsh Killed His Ptaymne
Near Waldo-He Will Have
I His Prelimeary Tody.

rom Wednesdays Daily :
Willie agclish. a young aero boy
of Waldo. *as brought in Tueeday by
'Deputy Sherif wkls on a charge
of murder and wfll be gives his pre-
liminary heartaing today before Judge
H. G Manon.
It will be remembered that while
engaged at play with his ctmpeaeso.
Jacob Cheatham. at that place one day
recently, they became Involved to a
difficulty and the former killed his
companion. which was claimed to be
Several witnesses have bees sem-
moned in the case.
tele bicycle Frem Here.
Henry Mickens, a young negro boy.
stole a bicycle from John Chesser and
skipped out to Ocala. but was arrested
there and brought to Gainesvlle Tues-
day evening by Sheriff Ramsey.
The little negro gave another little
negro the money to go and rest the
wheel, and told him that it return for
his trouble he would let him ride
some before he turned same beek, but
instead of returning the wheel he at
once left the city for Oela., going
through the country on the bicycle.
Nothing was heard from the wheel tor
several days. but it was anally located
and a warrant sworn out for the oey.
Sheriff Ramsey also Oecured the
bicycle and brought It back to the a
city. i


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Over Tampo and Jackse ille A. f.
Many Small aSi"ipmeSnt Hd ean
Mde-.4eedM Retterns Epeted.

The Arst carload of cabbage ship-
ped from the Tacoma section was cut
by Dolph Chamberlin last Friday and
left that place on Baturday via the
TampS aad Jacksomville railway for
the Nortbern *M ts.
Mr. lChmli erl ys that while it
I o e Mg thing to have thee honors,
It emerally makes one feel good to
bkew that he has outdostameed his
Ighhborms ia growing the stuff aad
setting the larget shipment off Iret
This ear wV al Sale dd witd ch eb
heads whab rm al about even mad
be espects to reap a good rtw for
them. taklg into .o edraton that
theft will not be a kafd4 market m
thsir arrival ad te report from all
*m*s are ht veuwtIaes waer
mon or lss damaged byI the recent
Hme mtsd wit e r- thrm, the
mI t of wa Is is i eamoa never
koeiod heter, md he expects saip
aemether ear wthis the aext few days,
whe he wil l emmesee the work of
Setting them et reularly. He thinks
s er wp m ring s w oo hard
amk batk to u. geneti the present

.Aither i esses da was had
at tie EAie C s .me WedmWr.
wl wasm enlaoyed by theseme
The MlWsimy Coaeeoe wl
view ae urn? to ntrate, the Ise.
tamtlIti et dlV sa whstoile fores
2my as pml"I to astd these
-as mew@ft& Is m kswwar nske

ft& maobeamm eow modw Re
hi~e~i1~r ~- Eel Mao bisreswe ll~SingE
so W~ meas de Ihe ft-
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tfI vwl thM Ioo IBi
-Mbe. m t f be aagse to the e~e" that
Is 2100am *"nwe s he* itred

su tIe tha t isl Liheh I th pe-

a", Swal dot th 0Mas to hst la o ta
lftMWb h lttey tde antvr. 1
Urtdty. of Mii tWa. rd rIetlv
d tI Md esr l the oh 4 COMINGeh
I wil hear yd teasing
Mmat a" arrr w ether of dI "f vr-
Mae b&M that pl"e, whskb I M peal-

N ian Ci tofh rine y ad found rly
vhere. d sh re a thia youct hady.

Per UMt r eIldkt ta sname with
he apeimnlon eral of my clarook.

AmS,. o. ook r
Se.th 51 S..-6 CrossEyes
Im U. e. e.awed yesterday receiv-
ad the and iMarmation of the deal b
of her. 0le ane. Rubyo hu .t ill e '
whe oeserredty an d P t.Id r ofdiptlhera ani (*i
ihll be wau her thyeart tand formerly
11ed with her parents in this city.
Sdther children ihat the idme farm-
ll aple now alultyd with the disease.
n e Th eerDR. ARMSTRO NG, tihe

Tobe nNUty coElslsminels rne.. h
G. Brooks, who It is clalmud Is
insane, was examined Wednesday b)
a couple of physicians aho Ita1eamst Gamaauiim the '
gated his saanlty and their oplliatin aineSVi Lil l et
will be given to the court today 11t tr
is understood that the elder ltruk.s
will plead inanity at his hearing for
owterfeIting IDr. Arm.trong Siwcialize.
II .nlaminc NervousD e)bh
Wo*nd Up Their Business. caust'd by rutlex latent ep
The amauty cowsumlsionerah. o h
have beenI i session fur the jast tao o OVttreOulig all tri
days. SAkshed their labors yesterday WILL. ItING A LAR(
Mad departed for their homes.


k~ ~ 9sdnis is iboosi m henetwKe *7kway and b
amleasaendu~ ibverone" only from Id

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By amy Firt-Class Mall Order
House. If year dealer does at haadle
I. write dtiret Sunnay Brook Dtl-
diewry Co., Jefferse Co.. Ky.


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W rell-known Jllal ck'iovi e

41,01141 Tuesdi4ay in Feb., he $the AI
,aimn l o-ii for ( 'ie Ihiy ( )nly .,. B UwnIE O

0)11 allI Eye'T. rm~il 'lt* Wnil I~t~tflis K Ner tan i r II 41,0

le straill. Tlhe t m I o rt ha,4 jMr-ft.tvd a ji v l itaI\ ,ij'rfiq
'Jilpleds Withlouithdrug, t*r jMwrutt ils. 'I'll V 11 1 `10
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17 mdW Dmetn motWte taert.ed

ow ClkM Lte.
oa w Te Tarte4-Week
J WWM ne year .......$1.6
t Tmd Ae ttMts (Gti.)
Smeartal Snmi year. 1576
uI-d an 1ma sta O eas.)
jtv Jouth am s r aes.
pum" me yew ....... 140
1h tmaoa

e d trath -m mso onmger be
e Wmlastet billboards.

ofe t devil have bees
Ih te vteiatty of Burma-
3 J. That's his State.

pepe seem to know more
iWM ar AlAen Poe dra k
Ow o 4o abot what he wrote.

quietly ly ached a aecro"

-derh hm e thiaks eath
pus wt be a paw iy twenty
e m now is a st twenty years

B "Ma e-p o-1 m e oriein al
nM twio m proves to es.-
how th appese o 0 Set aa

SMa of these nisthed a

f I s tr s tho ugtt he e ye e
Imps- Jeaelnga imd l 1
Swithan aeA a tsh tealn b. the
sinews oa tat A Ha hI

rsesafte y berate dG Mr. Theoren
deases that he has eeany s of
em the toe. He probe ly
lat la to agive ayone a cBhace
ac 16k aa 1i.

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e o treatees of the I. I. tid htave
not to employ special cous-
d rdag the present year. Former
Jesalangs received $15.000
Nassunesd in 17 lnd $17.000
a ll save rvices Winn 1. Pretty.
"p1itop tfor at e r thovernor
past two years of Browards
804 wasn't Ita ? Wonder own much
' g1 t durina 195 and 19 ?

tu decsatio of the United States
W Wfhe court sustain h d the Texas
aMtst laws is ofvast mportance
AO will have far-reachtalng results. ItR
14 victory for State rights In that it
flams the right of any State to deal
with Unlawful combinations in re-
theist of trade that exist within its
MR borders, even though those combi-
tNtionM have an inter-state character.
31 SI0 shows that when the efort is
p erly made the law can reach and
PNsaiBsh trust offenders. and that la
Methinga many people had twbegun to
tb**. What Texas has done other
-Ntea may do

The liagow (7uurierluatiorniatit Is of
69 Opinion that the- United State-
Ilat& %illnout Teeognhizo thi MIJhp)illt
OW Ot 1f)IiUIV1I-cher fo~r the iterin
b~ltnzilug Mairch 401i. lV-'4. andth iait
60Seat s*ilbt %&(.Alit until ala l 0-e
Ota by ti..l. Agiklatare. Such appoitiieut
lbitb 114% v 1- 11 re # uignuag. dj ill the
1"t, but if icur ilwii -o111.1 eer p, UconII
"etil) 10iti 5 -' i ii I1id litoi- Il h
fe julitl~it 114 l l~ rerie.,)g1i1/e 41I ll
th& futurt..If tL, appie moa i .lot of Mr
P'It~h.r ai., nt rt-coogiliitoIi1j) lie I Viii
bd Bl t..~ att' a i o It % ll Ito-!,'a Ull
4"tien..jt4) 1w the duty if liii I.4 gi-,
'"Aeto) 4 1-4 t a Seiateir to euc 4t ed
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Ills Ietty desipotlm and aut-wrs-
reached a climax in hisa eitiure of c,-r-
tain data inu iose.*'sion of th, bur -at
of corporations hicth. It is -1lP, -.. I
would throw litht on the d*ral I,
which the 'United States st-.l crr

portion acquired the' Tenne--*, ('Coi
and Iron Company with the approval
of the President himself. although the
nivrger was apparently in direct viola-
ti(m of the anti trust act
herbert Knox Smith, the commnit-
sloner of corporations in the depart-
ment of commerce and labor, testlfled
nla unequivocal terms that the data
be gathered for the President did not
come under the bead of "confidential."
which, according to law. the President
could tive out or not as be saw at.
It was simply general leforatUoa to
which Congress is entitled on demand
Getting wind of the fact that the
Judiciary committee of the Senate. in
its investigation of the merger author-
ised by the President. would demand
this data. Mr. Roosevelt. with his usual
contempt for the legislative branch of
the Goverameut and defaace of all
conventions. boldly demanded that
tae commlalome of corporation
should bundle up all this data ad
end it to him.
This was doae. ant atfely eeloased
la well-ealed saeks. It now ies at
the White House, while the President,
Ain substace, aleally asks of Cou-
grss, "What are you gotai to do
about It?"
e raaly eaolases that he pm-
Ited Immumay to t steel trust f it
wanted to go ahead aad consummate
the mr~r of th e Tomoa e Omla md
Iron Compagy. and to order to cary
eot his g Ie atf protftoem he epem-
ly lofos- the Ssa. ejudidary cemmit-
tee ko .
toss of this rute e
aI E thai t senatea "an Cm
In tS a have only served to a wah
em an indelat mlWe. the tamel
haked aarchisat d the poutical
qucks of various kinds have stirm @
ly a mnt f a-mused aPity. The pl-
lars ofSe seste were so bread A

SbW1 the k t invi61. of th iCr
Mle or that. a
Ie 4 is me .,-,m. e soo .mo
tIrn ttwhich csu Sin ai the
paorsomtt aseaults which haw haes
made uOm our own by a -s in te
Puklte d l at o f Pra, t *oosev
|>lksd the of bo bl rTv I

amto w* u usN ***u
kimary ehaulut.' "Eks O y-

and S'WFWRlad ft wr wsd to
rowd eat a dramic adtaiatr
by, dmelug supremely p lmlaor
and ndaues.I
He has apparently delighted ia giv-
lag a shock to precedests ad tradI- -
Uoas. He began to using the lalaesee
of his position as a campaign aset,
and in the methods he adopted be
was no whit superior to the ward
politician- and the party bosses. He
Indulged to better persomalttes to-
ward Mr. Bryan and other leading
Democrats and dragged the chief
magistrate nto the poti clutter.
He seat to Congress a message coa-
tataing the most amadino charges
ever preferred, nla modern times, by
one branch of Government against
another, in which he accused the mem-
bers of Csgcrees with being at least
the benoelairese of crime.
Called upon to explain, he was more
itaolent and more Insulting than be-
He has lastltuted proceeding
aainlst a newspaper for rrlminal IIbel
against himself and the Government.
without warrant of any known law
and In violation of many that are well
known The defendant anid a itiezJe.
were sunimnoned without be-ins inform
ed as to who lodged the complaint
Against thenl and what law the. were
,alleged to have violated
After g.rfertigK the- -. rert .,ervite
friena the usIl. fuit lt rlul oll ret(ghlllie I)
law he ; l n t-1 J'rit> 4l'- u. *,r

tI-e 1,1it.fitIf I ~ iligt~.fut of
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(Atlanta Journal)
The Atmerican people would nd it
dilrcut to restrain their Impatience if
the Presidcnt of the United States had
a longer tenure in htrh to exhibit the
Inaolent and high handed ametods
hlhrh be has adopted of late. a" If in
a very spirit of brav.tdo

Im a

It May Be Pneumonia

"A hard ddA pan through the cw dMirdt Ml
Then kwer, with rmat mCr tim I th bdi
be your experience, m end I ya dow o. You mmy
have pneumonia! If yor doctor CM we at cm,
gve Ayers Cherry Pectoral. Whe he cw tUNhim
exacy what you have done. Then do he Say.
No alcohol In this cough medicine. jCAwC.L.& M

I th bewe i good comnato Ow. e(A o Ayeras P- t be W cvs- ow
am Now of bie. and produce a a ml boame m day n eWd gm

li,*.' that the steel trust merger was night the teasate. John Vaincet and
a to'ck Jobbitg affair. now that the family. losing everything.
S i-nat,- inuilts uaon having the facts. lurinx the cold map the wef-rete- C
in ord. r that this cloud of suspicion tering thermometer marked oa Sea
nma ht* reared away h. lIys, %iolfent day 27 degre,= mis. and 401 dreee
hands upon the Governm,-nt archive.. ma t. on Monday 29 degrees mO 0
carrie. them to the Whitte Hou re degree Comparatively little da- 1S11
whr-re be keeps them under lock and 'age was dome.
key and to all taquiris. simply says, C P. Huffman Met with quite m e
How are you going to help yourself elde" t on Monday. whe he eat the be
Such a rati of blows upon the struc- middle eager of his right hai wn t
ture of the republte; such arbitrary the stem saw. I
and repeated asumptions of authority Wa. Klfer of GaUon. Oe. is pi> m i
on the part of the executive breach of pia with T. A. BIrt. Mr. Dirt is bet |i
the Government, canaot tall to have quite busy lately buildMtag beatO I
its eleet. Mosers. Ctole Na W Ul and thM Is.
it is not asebme a emp d'etat. o l fr rest.
Thrre Is m ba oting rote la its Bm l- Ir
trade. It is m re ike the petty me M. Nash a ylaasm mmeheat f
dluta. the stupid obsinacy at Napel- fti M ahe been ure l In Ta l
- a the Uttle.o t b h--- with u wm I
But the very vermin a peace a I lace of mues we sa ed at
Dutch dyke a"d Good a prttovie. The .as me atw N r of _e
recklessness of Rosevelt paves the s Us hs parf v mly

abiliMty and equal darl shipped 1,e'ubm
The most ardest of his friends, the
most loyal of his partism, aare be A
gin ia g to breathe a pay&r of th--ks
that his atoera y rule is aleit over. oL0 wo, M WAIM

The tragedy em the crib In the lbe 0mltWI*
at Chossge. by wiok ever AM vy -
lost their live% Is the inWest of the teham t 9 01110 GM d
many terrlMe accidots ue to ~m O Wli Phimse SI. SAlme Leeg

t-. lt V vwr. vA M ev mWAS ^
sa ar--asm. In thisam e011,-11K.---"11.111
Seleso easfo um t -o ha b i eeni arm- l "
ed sveree .atrels w bma .CLAR & FING
was obably t ihe lmel a d e se of
the eide a elaslk" oumOamy W Lbu m
a a that preed a death ri s a-d.
a-sent. arm s- ia s nemelsh i a&m

oft on to e .ease ,wm. them I-l

.e to is wha m t..awelm ..te n I ..-1..e .. e... I1
mrlve van s wmth eae tba e ea ne

T0N NWeliare arpkend, fto aosB oerk erta --
Hoe e Nas. tu Pc. a e aa d I". ,m

Pa. Other b ew arrival tow &a Aa i .
Col. M. Tlle a Mr. Tolle. I iW
Thnae old Wltcb boe e ner ml ow
we we r d I. 4

rthe wut uramedty.uo w nds. i
Tuesday to look after achoel mU .ers
and while he' foad the *mebem mast
*11le t and the attendanee very goodl-IMIN
he was much Whocked at the deplorj
able coaditipa at the beuldag and O041010hdomesa 6o led&
1rounds. sidently somebody will ALI*; no to Om ea be.
have a bad Irer of an beer as theFudwe ftto ll e.
result of his visit. ruatto bm5-
The Melroes people would certally -. -o to AIUs. Slab__
Uke to know why the school does not an W Ido a
receive more besett from the Clay g an Pill

Mrs. 3. M. Marshall of CaA&onsb-rg.

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Capital, $75,000.00 Suorplus, $17,591.74

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-amr -i a stwee.y bri c
I---he --- ing 0 31 et 4a PMbch-
Sstret, An... lMd U feet deep-
r wath P e -aid AN $hk.

omea diaewaf ane now bing
SI seiowy very towN of aay tlm
is a Ptrls. Over twenty
iOM ofr tOm seal. wOtbe b id
mmeb* d"0 h pree t year.

w. ian B msansal of I. Aug ,
a o* numPlemed thry

we mm reel, as dl eaee alvina
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Mam Dsoe** ue"at e been atse-

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NOW bw bb do*Ie Iso ht be*t

Me iamer ywS ro ont beWas
im lkdte-aOd by I re at mle-
eA atom be t olday. Wh.e
aobem was e"in wd aeesMi me
tom 6 mmdo ing wn wt ew eu=aled
save ftnhe inuTMeS amas tm
Of o m hasa bmb asertame.

A dabg vetery was emmibad at
isedk w bet Wsly mal, whes
the W-- Netmi was invadd
IV veas an d th ear wasthes sand
eeo bum ssdoivddebhrNNeams
of 6ie endha weae making a ,mel
S" laillrsas h bea tempull to a.l
at a dberhot. whih may hbob the
aes in teasoig the ef.esead. It is
beMleed by am that ths was the
weok of S Irgeied gag. A mus-
her of he ps have bees reported Is
th IMet mt lProbaly the hleavies
ebr is J. MN. Tuker. route agest for
e lseatherb u rees Company.
aMesmse. N. L edford ad J. W.
MiGtt, wel-knows traveng meon.
wer relieved of thebr vabhlems

hM? Foal heavy after dinahe?
Tennesatad? witer tame? Cool,
PiesN eaow? Uvar meds e wasng
VW. ess R- ul -ts Ucar bilious at.
s U 6onts aoatan druM store.

be r h e sa, bt sa ou Sla of fruit
a d eag. Vello.ish white
N go wrogo in planting

mh Sit Mary Jewel
1U tel c laud--dy suhs stocks from sative pea' h need,
wI 1 Ibs6;70anam=1aIcls aI t, o r oletvtar) Tlasitman.
,'v ta BM thry roU, "uaks Sad tps. Tr ue tu 1

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How masy red others ad moth-
me In this town enter this race every
aight carryina a baby? And they
woe""r what the matter is. Chacese
are the child to starv -worm are
eatlan all of s feed. Most eheldren
have M* --your meeda't. White's
Cream Venamtge wit get rid of the
worm and breath the child. Priee
2 esme per baola. Sold by W. M.

Some psrso. have bee**s polsMin
valuable dsp ad eats a this town
ad vieinetJ aasin recently. We lear.
that pola a brmed was alae thrown
Into a yard ear Doesfay, and iN cor-
eaquamee a S rearold hlld, who
knoew better than to e t It, mow
Il" at the point of death with chances
asaiast sN reowvery.-Chapley Verdit.

aftb u^an

heal qkikly and nicely. A sure cure

by W. U. Jb 0ams

An IaMient ltastratiga the placdty.
f sa it may beIeat$l@ of the Duke oft
Wellingtoae has referee to a Wtal
efeer a mnear coueetla of the dAppke
The shd'ip wbh this oal er commt ad
ed was okst, and he imel was drow th
ed. When the ews was commune wited
to the duke. be merely eale.Isd.
Thars the second abip be has ealt"
Foley's Honey and Tar clears the air
passages, stops the irritation n the
rae and the most$1. otinatle. ould
disappeby W. M. J a Ifamed lungs

cold is expelled tromta the system. R
fuse any but the genuine, o the yel o
low pk aage. J. W. Mc rollum & Co.

p w thei oer s.
"Id understand the Neweds are baow-
dg trubl the remarked the splsater
boarder dsumse. bople take ber part.
and smthe oberoo side with hi bm."
"Anoyd I uHoey and. growled the scanty
paired bachelor at ohe date ourity
of there uahoray. 'Ibere are a few ec-
are eed ed trg n theo di and their ow
use y but the genuinee n the yel-

Pneumonia Follow& Lagrippe.

Iltia .*' r 1111- t( i- f Vol, .
I I,.%'' i ., lr fr i tua~

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Wa Vi Oting His Farm Whom the
Unrfly Animal Threw Him. Later
Kicking Him In the Heiad.

Prof. F. H. ill of Ainebus. primel-
pal of the high school there is suffer-
ag from a fractured skull as the re-
sit aof com g to contact with the
beom of a mae.
He had irMdde the animal out to
his term mse Ataekml last Saturday
evemimn when the animal became
frgh ed, or tabker. and throw the
r er e. Iter kking hm, the Nek
bet just above the left temple. He
was raderd me -omntlo by th blow
for a short while,. t soon came to
and was takes back to Alachua.
where he reeelved medical attention.
It was foued meesary by the phy-
sictlas I charge to trepan his skull.
and the patient is aow resting as
easily a eould be expected.
During his absence from the school
his position will be Ailed by Miss
roster. fart assistant while Prof.
Petch takes Mi Poster's place. It
is anticipated that the patient wlU
be emblied to rsme his dUtoe within
the noet tea day .
Although his sku was fractured.
Mr. ft took his midortune very
quietly and va suakienstly able to
wrtte a maote ilormia Superateusd-
eat Ketey of his ijary before the
doctors prooseded to operate po

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ATLANTA. Oa.. Feb. 2.-Davles
Warfleld of Baltmore d. one of the
receiver of the Seaboard Air Lime.
begins taolght a trfp of Inspectio of
more than ordiWary importance as at-
fecting the future of the Seaboard.
He will make .toPs at Atlanta. Bir-
mingham. Jacksonville. Tampa. Fer-
nandina. Savannah. Wilmlngton and
other points with a view of determin-
lig upon the proposed changes and

Hoarse coughs and stufy colds that
may develop into pneumonia over
night are quickly cured by Foley's
Honey and Tar, and It soothee inflaim-
ed membranes, heals the lung*. and
expels the cold from the system. J
W. NcCollum & Co.
St. Augustine will entertain the
editors of the State thin year. the
State Preu Association having desig-
nated that city for their convenUon.
Foley's Orino LaxatiUve cure consti-
patlo and liver trouble and makee
the bowels healthy and regular. Orino
is superior to pills and tablets as It
does not gripe or naumeate. Why take
anything else? J. W. McCollum & Co

We wi meat the tax-pa
following place o the t
Rochelle-Feb. th.
CaEmpvlUe-Feb. ith.
Orange Heigtw-ht.-Peb t
Melrose-Feb. 11th.
Hawthorn-Feb. 12th aMd l
Micanopy-Feb. 15th and 11H
rlnsaton-Feb. I1th. P. n
Lake View-Feb. 17th.
Island Grove-Feb. 1th.I
Waldo-Feb. 22nd.
Arredoodo-Feb. 24th.
Falrbanks-Feb. 23rd.
Yours for the best servim,
Tax CeJal
Tax AM
OalanvIle, Fl.M Dec. 16.

c a sImato and -
Th KilYuhI AOIlI

If It's printed statlUoery e
Ihe Sun office is the plc~ tW

[ us nkW Sna e CoMrC if Cat After Flkfry l

Bush & Safford The Gainesville







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Do you know of any woman who ever receive
benefit from taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Q
If any woman who is suffering with any ailment
to her sex will ask her neighbors this question, she
surprised at the result. There is hardly a comm
this country where women cannot be found who have
restored to health by this famous old remedy,
exclusively from a simple formula of roots and herb,
During the past 30 years we have published tho-
of letters from these grateful women who have been -
by n- E- VgeMeL Colpoe-*dW and w
in that time have we published a testimonial wa
the writer's special permission. Never have we kno-
published a testimonial that was not truthful and ge
Here is one just receiveda few days ago. If anyone dl
that this is a true and honest statement of a woman's q
ence with Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ,
and ask her.
UetM, Tufxa--e Whem I aLrt begaq takiag lydia IL
aMb V o- s e-_...a. I was total w eek. I b I
dek Ser ON S wfth tmeasi tr.ebke, ehnese
sAe s Iave t ste s. I ha4 sesd several sdoor*a mii
nehog4M g asy Wgoo&
P Cr the mr I Itied am maies sad dt W t
nmwe itiwel, wienM I ead a- advr t -t of Lya 1
am vesqMw. o.6mpeia d maind was advised to try iM.
My bhusbmad nme em beteo M the CempoaemI,
m 109 meeed I eashued lnoW& I amnew a we aW
a" amJe de be of beiAlt
SI advise aD wornme safferieg henm sameh tremolee oI
I Ldaa 3. P gakba*2 VesWMe cempomd a triad. Thq~
pt, for it will sarnly e an .iy Mrs. Daeole I1
ge 916S Begl, em ...
Any woman who is sick and suffering is fooli
not to give such a medicine as this a tr ialWhy
not do her as much good as it did Mrs. Hicks.


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~in* a Wutotm Wth elme to

a Cal Atns-Canmwi AttackaL

TheB Suan.
p. C.. Feb. I.-As
lW does. it is brought
frsery Department aad
t there has bee a
of the national
the Wscal year began on
SaW he ato has spent
dollars more than
and this is the show-
ft moSaths of the year.
of the Treasury estl-
&! doesaemey will be one
1- t mdHIoms for the
year. La w arthis
e to oly fifty-eiht mUIll-
*PW- year there wa
nty mlaNIls But from
I df view the worst
in *i *defidts. Com-
Sto a expensive pro-
hew hard the watch
HT-gory ti the House and
gamy bay and growl sad
a-, a raid is deternate-
"-O aprorition bills are
4 d Indeed it will be
to postpone river and
ta. the canalila-
by the President,
vONAtom oa water trans-
helld is Washington.
1- r wsal enterprwla
Ielasm. perhaps billions.
l M, but we must have
are economical necessl-
is ay to figure that they
Sesatry a splendid in-
Se isvestme t The Gov-
simply have to resort to
Of taxatio" to raise
ae iImprovements. A tax
Sand on deeds convey-
eon eaoffee and tea will
asatknal exchequer, and
Se added, as was the
on Sp alsh war, of a dol-
n beer. the satlo will
to improve the water
so reads. to increase the
ad to carry an with-
AI multifarious affairs of

elideat anxiety at the
with reference to the
on the slthmus.
issred for some time
l- dam is a failure, and
Slrumors have bees re-
I40 they persist. anad the
S President has asked the
1 t to go to the Isthmus,
6 b disposal two warships
six diatinguisbed civil
O pany him. is ground
with many in reference
aeesM s of this stupendous

a& one time unwrltt law
that aew members hat
i" he like children. seen but
61 0I the precedent has been
Sby a few roaring young-
Ia Flletle. Reveridge a .
there wa. only a mild < ,u-
week when Senator Coa-
Stos delivered his maniJtn
1 the subject of poitsl yv-
SThe ne*w Sehnator a .1s
55 he would hat* iLeen I
di5r. by a.lweuklng I.to e:i

I. but held fairly large
et kin colleagues in their
a a declared by them later
-ttd ~himself like a vete-

tve ilRainey of Illinois
ai little an aUonalisl into
hBg uof the House by a
Swhich be accused the Preusi-
t HMtatemeut of facts In his
MeS e to Cougres .onlceru
P Ua canal in I96. and an
b el Mr. ('ruawe.ll for him clon
ith affalrir 1t1 Panama as Gen
ilIsel for t he Panama ('anal

He Closeduu-bibalitech wIt th
Or a threat to Gia~b Mr
OP at b5ustW late-r date- said
-will" I AMa taroulgic with this
~b elthe- Presidu-t atndiOseitI
~.estart- *sel'ullt~a. (t)all theat
k 41 hiui l r l%--ii., eta
bu ud htaar J m 11114)it. ~
OU6 P kAaj q tts~ I II ul ic
ii t ffcl (,. A ife 4 s a .t iii~lt ae~
ti f*" ,~IU i L Bte id i lk F Is u1ic.d

nal scheme. Mr Cromwell was
characterized as the "Nation's de-
spoiler." and be inalauated that the
President-elect has been a party to
schemes on the asthmus which have
been of profit to Mr. Cromaell. his
.,. ruia.al friends and Charles P. Taft.
his brother. Sensations have become
so common in Congrees of late that
they have lost their edge. and so many
have had a hand nl the pastime of
sparkling the President that a charge
against the Presideut-elect is regarded
as a mild affair.
An elderly white haired man who
has speat the most productive part of
is life on a sheep ranch la Moatana.
the benign Senator Carter of Mon.
tami, Is responsible for the propool-
ties to have a road about two hun-
dred feet wide from the front door of
the White House to the battle field
of Oettysburg with spaces along it al-
lotted to each State which will be
called upon to erect groups of statu-
ary or monuments suitable as a ULn-
cola memorial. The proposition
sounds well. A national memorial to
the great President is desirable, and
such a highway might Woll embody
the artistic and patriotic sentiment of
the people, but earrned out It might
result nla such another group of statu-
ary horrors as may be seen in the
rotunda of the capitol or in some of
the squares of Washington. Nothing
abhort of physical violence it seems can
eradicate from the American mind
the love of equestrian statues. and
the thought of ffty miles of war he-
roes careering and cavorting on im-
possible horses is one to make the
most stoical apprehensive. Of course
the automobiles la New York. Phila-
delphia. Haltimore sad Washington
are charmed at the Idea of a road sur-
passing that at Daytona for motor
racing, but artists and architects are
flooding their members in Congress
with appeals to leave the decision
about the adornment of the road to
those whoa know something about art.
Three propositions are before Cos-
gress for the construction of a proper
memorial to JUncoln. One provides
for the road to Gettysburg. another
for a monument upon a location south
of the Washington monument, and the
third for a memorial arch or peristyle
between the new union Station and the
capitol. It has also been suggested
that the capitol grounds be ex-
tended and a suitable monu-
ment be placed in them as a
memorial D. H. Burnham. the dls-
tinguihed architect, has cabled from
gurope that a peristyle and a monu-
mental architectural treatment of the
entrance way to the Capitol in no
matter whose name it is erected is
demanded by artistic requirements.
and it would certainly seem to the
lay mind a better solution of the dis-
turbin problem than a half-buried
statue on the river front, or even an
imitation of an Applon way to Gettys-
The President. who is not only the
advocate of large families but also the
friend of children, appeared twice
lait seek at the convention which
had for liI object the betterment of
the rconditlon of dependent and orphan
children lu this country. In his peech
of st lcome to the delegates among
whom were such widely known philan
thropists as Theodore l)relt-er of Nw
York. Judge lHen Lndsay of the juve-
lulnile court in l)enser. Judge Julian
Mack of Chicago. Mili Jane Addams
of Hull House'. and many other" tak
liug an active part in social b.'tbr-
ment, the Preiident e'xprsIed dir
deieg interest In the sork of lukilntf
out for the children and urged that
"there (-sal be no more imprnrtanlt u
,.it.' from the .ta"ndpoiut of the' laith,
thita that of taking care of tht, f hll


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Ii .ti P14 e klm-4u1AE Ice--. Wlache-lA111at"'4111
%je. SU411,11 Wit ethael al reimc wim l 1
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brevbtIitfl .: 4 h" '15 All euiur'.m az.l fior


Will Conver e at Meese on February
n ad M.
To the Prieads and Members of the
Church on MelMee Clreutt: Our Arst
quarterly meeootig tor the current year
will be held In Melroae om February
20 and 21.
Rev. T. J. Nix presiding elder.
will preach as both days. On Feb
ruary 20 there wll be preaching at
11 a. m.; dinner will be spread at
noon. quarterly conference held at
1:10 p. m.. and preachlag at 7 p. m.


- ~ma~

On February 21 there will be Sday
ebhool at 10 a. ma.; prackag at II
a. m. and at 7 p. m. Te Lrd'Os Sp
per will be admilstered durig the
Bunday morale's service.
The pblic is etnrdiall tavited to
atUn U~ mse"evl re Tm- e=
o Saturday. the 0tk. will peam
eras well-Ailed baskets.

T. L. X BARR. Pastor.
MeoroM. PaL. Peb. 2. 19N0.

If WeI~o i- t- edm wat.
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Sh.Ue's F mn
Race King Rye
We will sen Ie nxpras Paid
4 Pull Quarts ............................. $ 4.00
8 Full Quarts ............................. 7.71
12 Full Quart .......................... 1140
It is superior lu every way to hundreds of baauda
or Rye that you will be asked to pry 9 1(1'
a quart for.

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4 Pull Qfetsa ............................. 0 M
S Pull unats ............................. M
1s PON OMQUa ......................... 1M

Private took Corn
4 Full Quarta. asserted...................... IM
Pull Quarte .................... ..........
1 PFujil Qu s .................. ....e....... Ma
This whiskey has so equal tor quafty, paw
A00 Ptm

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Sloan's Liniment is the best remedy for
and bruises.
It quiets the pain at once, and an be applied to the
tenderest rt without hurting because it t need
to be rubbed-all you have to do is to lay it on
lightly. It is a powerful preparation and penetrates
instantly relieves any imuladmation and congestion,
and reduces the swelling.

40 0

is an excellent antiseptic and germ
killer-heals cuts, burns, wounds and
contusions, and will draw the poison
from sting of poisonous insects.

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"GOreen Ribbon"
The WIiskey that Made Us Faluous
Pull Quart ......................... ... 120
Pull Quarts ............................... G
Pull Quarts ..............................
the highest rlas pure medicinal whiskey on the
market at 80 a quart.

Glendale Malt

4 Full Quarts ............................. M
Pull Quart .......................... ..a
it Full Quart ............. .
It Is pure. mature and mellow.






e.ed and What la 0e
mL pe.-~en f -If and
um of l toe City.

I fe Daib Swm:
fawr of Micanopy


aof Micanopy was a
ity yesterday.
IL willard of High Spring.,
to the city .e'sterda).
YImpson of Newberry
to Galaesville yesterday.
3. Prator of Micanopy was
shoppers visiting the city

G aSWI of Micanopy was
emtof-town people visit-

ngeI lan the advertise-
SJL. Coles & Son. in which
of diamond jewelry
gWr, J. L Hare and J. A.
e, the Micanopy section.
to the city yesterday.
|Tra' and wife of Roston.
arrived in the city and
ame time here vistling the
Ipwts, Col. and Mrs. J. G.
This is Mrs. Barrage's first
lie slcer her marriage
us friends throughout
SU be glad to again meet

Wime q Dei muS:
B~~-s of Melrose was a vlsi-
ef yesteftay.
altd of Micanopy was a
ville Tuesday.
Op1E Bobe Kennard of Wal-
U- the visitors to Gaines-

Sof Alachua was in the
Savlns come on a trad.

of Rechelle, ea of the
4lO th at-.ce was a visitor
f srsterday.
MiiUa and wife of Island
An the city yesterday and
glt asOt call at The Sua

8 Strk.klaod of Hague is
viitfters to the city. having
M bd here before the U.

:- C. Andrnss. formerly of
B t w tisD now engaged in
at *Wilstoa. was a visitor
dty yesterday.
O VeMable of Arredondo was a
is the city yesterday He
fat the cold "did up things"
around his section.
MUayesworth of Haynesworth
Was t the city yesterday He
I aled by Mr. Hates. a citi-
Rhst Sectiou of the county.
Mary Kennard han returned
6 bortn trip to Newberry. where
l0A been for the past few days
b er sos. G T Keunard. who
|k ibel McMakin left yester-
h" a short visit to Alachux.
he gV oes to be present at the
of her friend. Miss Fin.-her.
ApPY eVtent will occur today
A. t limore, hbas Ibisi tp-
d401t) b)> Sheriff t; it im-
rS eter*.d u{Mn bin iew duties
II. H. a- a thoburuuxbl) eiu-
o OI aud will Prov- a valuable
ato toh- sheriff' office.
L bShelioni atcomiNiiied b) hai
ba daught,.r Mi S Idel arrit.-d
6utty >)-terda> and *ill sipeind

the neRt few days here visiting rel-
ties./ They formerly resided here
and have a boat of friends who are
always glad to meet them.
J. J. Haymans. the extensive tur-
pentine man of Loebloosa. was a
visitor to the city yesterday. He
owns colsidersae property here sad
was la the city looklang after the
same. as well as to see how .he la
residence in East GalnesviUle is pr
John Holley. the merchant and cat-
tleman of Arredondo. was in the city
yesterday. He is another of the large
truckers of tWh county who does not
think they have been hurt to any con-
siderable extent by the late cold nap.
but believes that It was a good thing
In disguise..
W H. Lee of Melrose was a visitor
to the city Monday. He recent-
J.y severely cut his meek on a
stob b) falling against same. and the
wound is still in a very bad condition.
He was leading a cow. when the ani-
mal became unruly and pulled him
against the obstruction.
Dr. Armstrong. the well-known Jack-
sonville specialist., will make his next
professional visit to Galnesville Feb-
ruary 9th. OfAie at Blrown louse.
for one day only The Doctor has
been %.ry successful in overcomingll
all fornim of eye trouble. nervousntit.
headaches and stomach trouble-l-also
stralght.in( cromh eyes without knife
4n7ur Twsdav's I ,iy Amn:
J ; \\biltr of \. ivb > %
.tullO giK the"* )lllnil||*' Vl tllf re 1<( i* itlh*-
Sill O I' l f'.ia
Walter l'urme jr iof iH r tx ~.-
I11 tl'*- t v )e. .l>.erild l l.al iIK e., l
lil slll l here ,' th're I I [ C ,Iit

now visiting friteds at Waldo. having
Ko~e there for the purpose of being
,present at the marriage of Mr. Harv-.
ard to Miss Jolly.
Plank's Chill Toslc is guaranteed to
Secure chills. fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 2Zc. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
R E L. Robinson and wife have
returned from a short visit to Alach-
ua. where they went to be present at
the marriage of their niece. Miss
Fincher, to Mr. Roberts.
The Itaird Hardware Company
have the agency for the Southern As-
sociatlon's athletic goods. See their
change of advertisement and res,.-m-
ber them when In wan,..





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It rtCM 10festome the uir r" eeo s ,I" mdeSMOM69 60mm a
prestris~au..It contimta So cic,,holor'isbd dio.
letcwe it. They mcver gripe. Ea" ftoSake" Sm*.

a severe lecture and let ber o wIth
a small fine.
Caff Slit, the no eharged with
roIbbag the pOetece at Santa fte.
had the attenties of the ourt I the
aftermoo. Te o Jury brovt i a
verdict of not Illty.


Event Occurred at Savannah, k .
ESarly in Jmn.
The many friends of B. P. Beville
will learn with much surprise at his
marriage. which event occurred ia
June of the past year, at Savaiah,
Ga.. when It was supposed that both
he and his lady friend had gome to
the East Coast on a short visit
The lady was formerly Mrs. esie
Bullard. who has been a resident of
Galneville for the past several
months. and for quite a while lived
at the residence of A. Davies, but
who is now with her sister. Mrs.
Temple. and together they are beep
Ing hboue.
So well has Mr. Seville gardud
his seret that his at sInmle
friMeads won aware 4 an so
oue of his fmil y were S mclaw of
the tbete ntil t old so Iby hioelif
Tuesday evamlng.
Rumor has several Ouoo-d had
him marrikd, but heo ored th er
porter as Wednesday that he waaed
to surprise the people gmeseira. ad
in this he has Mceede. for the
manner In which he toM aus as at
Trat doubted until he aime adI
metomat ed the time ad pl e that
the weding OWN m.


Couny jeft M me4
lMe. day, amulwe '
Urn Is o ehem do s

eaessirns amd ft ~Ibed mto

Having cuebefore000bee. b 06
60=0mi? j mi WWmI" oto
pea dw h-mmme bewom 1S

imdooinftrmedUs sohewa m
this dime. 1K weW dS Nft
vet IN them sea forANNbe, l
persistin tbe heMaed an of
it In a lob~l e

ft -wm & a

Mi, pmt.we- m
mmda in fNow'

amwereft wo

Cabbage crates; sawn slats; two.
piece heads-nmanufatture our usual
-tandard of e'xcellente. Ask our l-
Sal grower. Let us book your order.
Melton Lumber Co.. Mieanopy. Fla.
Mrs. C. C. Reddick left yesterday
for Old Town. where she will spend
the next four weeks visiting relatives
in that section. She has been stop-
ping with t'.1- laml!y of T I. Ellis. Sr.
Misses 1-na Colclough and Dorian
KEllis left yesterday for Waldo. where
they go to attend a social given at
the home of Mrs. C. A. Marks In bonor
of Miss 8ik. abo is visiting Mrs
John ideon and son. Arthur. of
Archer. were among the visitors to
the city yesterday. They came up on
a shopping expedition and one can-
didate In the piano contest prorated
by their visitt here.
Judge E. A. Ptnnell of Bronson was
among the visitors from the Levy
county capital yesterday. He states
that Bronson is still moving ahead
and several improvements are now
contemplated for the town.
The City Council convened In regu-
lar monthly session last night. when
the usual monthly bills and other
matters came before them. Several
special matters came up and pro.
eeedings will appear In full tomor.
M. H. DeLand, cashier of the Bank
oft Williston. is now the happy father
of a fine 11-pound boy, which was
born Wednesday. This now makes
two for the young cashier, which
doubtless makes him feel his Import.
E. J. Whiteheed and J. A. Remmell
two well-known citlamas of Melrose.
were among the visMors to the city
Wednesday. They state that the eoMld
did very little damage in that section
outside of a few gardens. which were
planted mainly for home consumption.
Dr. A. X. Clmae. vtorlnary sugeem.
has opened oices at Crawford &A
Davis' stables and solleits a share of
the public business. Heo is a graduate
of the KanaMa Vetrary OOege and
Is here to practise his ofoesslo
Calls answered day or ight. HOrse
dentistry. cattle and dogs all reeeve
prompt a' atio. .


Neroees Convcted for Raising INlle
Only Case Tried.
From Wedesday's Dally U1m:
The second day's work of the 1'. S.
court was taken up principally with
securing a petit jur). and but one case
was beard when court adjourned
again until this morning at 9 o'clock
Sam Tillman and James loran. two
negroes who it will be remembered
raised a few $1 bills to represent $Z.
were tried anid coi.lte-d. but ill not
Imn* hentelnced until the uomniletlion of
the. term oi courtt
T n..-,e *Kron'e. ijaow-d t(o of their
i|MguH iill here. on- on I H Mrc-
lIndoni and the other on Jeff Biluious
The last named acm diMcovered the
d'|lptlion and atl 451 *- huiitud up the
illl\ t i ,,| rt 1,-t
The rae,.' of the Ilrooke bo a.. *-d ilth 'iount,.rfe-tiuj(. a n i |Jlled, but
.lidg Sh|sh |le,.ard .i, tells an oip
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be as complete-ud we are ia ~ to qe t
prices at a considerable saving of *mp.
Our stock of Diamoad Moeuatings -eopri-- es m.
thing new and deirable, iWc'ib d ---m4,
unique design novelties in the mew bhde guM, -
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