Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01568
 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 5, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01568
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
 Related Items
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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WMthaM 0. PttI of Sea Praco.
who was elected with the ldoromeut
of the aM s laor party. oppmWe the
Drew MB -a the ongrmd that It wu
.a eoemlet with the State cometitutlon.
that It was ltatial to unlom labor
and that it was ot favored by the
matimn l admaaletratt. which he said
ws dealing with a delicate problem
and sheald be supported by the peo-
pe of Cawermf.
Drammhally asairoatlg Assembly
M Dn r.he bsida:
f Pria Roomevelt should
thw epem the doore of this assembly
ebsaIMr and. laying his head as your
Ms=1r., oM u r-IG t It r r ema-ms
ot Mate tht you withdraw t Mbill.
y. Mr. Drew. as a patritlec ctlsem
of the United Sates, wouM assent
wMboto a murmr.'*
In reply Mr. Drew. uleoag his arsun
Me of tie M1BM, d that -
im 1e ed.a letter &m the P s.
am is whbk the Preddent stated
a0 WON.a" ped to the MwM, a it
hod been a~ed at ho wags".
4M JiMe eMMa ptg Army.
SMte MpeMst imirlm. Mr. Drew
M thMt br edy the wee woe Is l
i -- ......R met of wbhm
b 40 ftdo p th m um omm.
m=U hbe a sd at a momertes
-Ml ts MI rof h eElUstle.
I ..ha. Melkoe AMlaemm. who
had 1therid statstCs In opposition
rto i&0 il. deBrrd that there were
"-s .. .hen- im res. Janse n
ICIer6mL. He g ated fhom statistics
Ieempt A by the Asiatie Exc uatou
l LaeG i the efect that thece were
m met thas NVed-"tve Japanese
- PWNtv own ersI thea tte.

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do a~m fder

biacy to Der&ud

ma la Musaogee called at the office
ON the United States marshal here
lat aight ad signed Gov. Haskell's
bead for SSAW. Many more asked
to be allowed to lga t.
MHaIkeI I M ttemo t.
GUTHRII. Okla.. Feb. 4.-Goernor
HaskeU, when informed that he was
Indicted last night, issued the follow-
lag statmeMnt to the Associated Press:
"I have Just heard of the Indict
maet for conspiracy, coupled a it h
seven or eight of the oldest and high
e*t characterized citizens in .%Iu
kogee. who developed and built up
that country by their. unselfish effort
Fros now oa the proceedings will IN.
open to both sides.
"Aeeant's crooked manipulations
will be at a discount
"I am satisAed that the interior d'
partuuent has been nisletd I>) false
statements I am confident there hah
not bse" a dishonest act done by any
of the landlcted parti. and that good
citiseas In general. regardless of poli-
tics. feel the same way.
nignedI C N HAlKELL

Must Returvn Licensea.
County Judge Mason yesterdayy In.
formed us that tbere were still twelhe
wariage license issued during theb
10Mth of Dseeaswr that had not been
reAnrn 1 recordlasn and that he
emOedlj desired to imprwa on the
partim at have them that they must
be lrwal dl to Lis oefce at ease.

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A S t. C. W. TWUrm
Ja--es W. HIl and

UM. Owa of Mau-
o dt Goverlor w askell,
s sor the Gorror
i aem a pFray aad
b to a of nft tor
r trial. The writs i-

heUs to at Gourtee
p is but em Idteetment agalast
i ages eas pairing with Walt
SaW ad Clarence W. Turner
Sdi dohe Gewrament There
- a IsteaM s agatest Turner
at ago" t the others in

bMwr W trt to give boed to
Ig -i Jti.. HhiteMasg and
S afl -M save bhad of $&.um
06 AN u pemaay he arramignd

I SL e .ne of the men
i th ae n asstary ad the la
p Gasteasta Commany Go

k tto a sebeduld the
mat p U m omes" to s ew
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Another Effort Will U* Mob to Conm-
plot Next Week-Whttworth

Cae Is eing 1ert.

NASHVILLE. Tenn.. Feb. 4.-After
eeurtig tWo new jurors, making elev-
enm ow In the box, the trial of Col.
Duncan B. Cooper. Robin Cooper and
John D. Sharpe was abruptly Inter-
rupted yesterday because of a lack of
venlrem'eu. A fifth venire of 500 men
was ordered In court on Monday. at
which time an effort will be resumed
to complete the Jury. The hearing of
the charges against Juror Whitworth.
accused of having prejudice. was tak-
ea up. but aot completed. It will be
resumed today.
Two Jurers Accepted-



"Why Not Destry Grai and Grapes, As W4 i

MDlder"esr Ie Asks.

NASHVILLEL Tenn.. Feb. 4.--Gov.
M. R. Patterson yesterday sent the
State Senate a message vetoing the
bill prohibiting the manufacture of
intoxicants In Tennessee after Jan-
uary 1. 1910. The message in part
"If this Legislature shall destroy
all the distilleries and breweries, why
cannot the next forbid the raising or
selling of the grains or cultiv.atilo
of the grape out of which spirituous,
malt or vinous liquors are made'
"Shall this or some future L-gisla-
ture prevent the farmer from raising

our own people In favor of the -pg
of other States.
"Third. It destroys the property o
the citizen without compeanti
"Fourth. It makes a dagerou pw
cedent, humiliates Tenneee
lowers the place of dignity she M
occupied as one of the proudest
most conservative States of the Cs.
"Fifth. It violates the will of th
people twice expressed at the bate
box. offends against their mens of
Justice and under the plea of elde
righ ecousness sacrifices a great mud

A few minutes after court opened. or selling tobacco or the manufactur- irunciple o government at the my
J. A. yoodruff. the tenth man examin- er from placing it on the market? altar where it should be guarded ael
ed. was selected as Juror No. 10. "If we are thus started where shall defended"
Woodruff was not examined by the we end? It is better not to make the The prohibition bill was passed Tb
defense. He testfled on questions b start the Senate over the Governor's ot
the State that he had read nothing. "In th" ercise of my constitution- yesterday afternoon by a vote of 3
about the case and merely tKew Cat- al powers as Governor. I veto this to 12. The message will reseact he
mack had been killed. He said he wa measure and ark Its reconsideration: l a friend of John Sharpe. bst would "First, because it ruthlessly de- --
eoasider only the law and the evi prives the State of revenue without Let a want ad. negotiate a --
desee. any sort of corresponding benefit. for you-of something you don't "ed
Jacob Frutiger. another talemas, "Second. It discriminates against for somethinE you do.
Mame to this country from Switserlanc = -" '
whem II years old. He had never a: the court were carried out streu- ,U. S. COURT ADJOURN&
rallied, but hia father had. This pr """'-Y
elpitated a d ute as to whether he Two other witnesses. who were in Completed Labors for This Tem a
had to tahe t papers. The lawyers the blacksmith shuop the day the hang- Thursday Afterneem.
0o both Mes displayed absolute 1i- lg tahlaent is alleged to have been
0mrai. o f t"e a.ur llatlon laws an made, m that they did not hear The care of i. G. and Speaw
hd to md OK at ur t code. He A eeA of ,haracter wit- Brooks occupied the greater part el
met W^ to W I mbte ^ 'bell were introduced, the session of court Thursday sd w
a man wasteL It. ie was accepted by the court .aid it would recall Juror suited in both parties being fom
bot asdM as Juror Nio. 1.b Whitworth to interrogate him concern.- guilty of the charge of counterfeitU.
Tb O Mel fty Wasr exhausted be. lag his statements about Gov, rnor Their sentence was three years seah
T e 00 & motr e.haumteu p Patterson. but would postpone the in- In the Federal prison at Atlanta sa
fore maesa ad another one. made up of quiry and decision until this morning, an additional fine of $1.000 each
46 for was e teon an d before re- to which time the court adjourned A. P. Hardee plead guilty to the
eees for lan0heo m and no other addl- charge of technically defrauding td
tios to the Jury were made. This left t New Supplies. Government and was sentenced to pay
omly thirty talesmen of the finth- a fWne of Sp.2les
venire and the panel required 47 n a communication which wast refer- a ne ofT l a. ld Jaef
1ame. Hence the fifth venire of M rnd to the fire committee of the counl tS wT im.g .s convicted of "
Uname was ordered drawn to report cil Chief Bienson asks the purchase of the two negroe' convicted of cosa
tame. waf ordered drawn to report dn rr r t, frthe t were gi, en three and two sat
at a. m. Monday. ^etral articles neces-ary for the up- a half vta. resgecthely
-.Ala a alfyc feP r". pectively.

Charge Aainat Whitwrtk.
After luaheom whenm the Whitworth
case was taken up. Judge Hart said:
"After due consideration I believe It
best to have Mr. Whitworth present
to hear the charges."
The defense objected, but the court
was Insistent. and C. W. Mitchell was
recalled and told to repeat his charge
that Wht worth. after the Carmack
killing. In a blacksmith shop. had de-
clared that "every damned one of the
defe.nuants should have been hausnged."
Whitworthb had been brought in and
was seated a few feet from the' wit-
ne-.P The State crom-exdAin ed Mitch-
ell clotel). but failed to .shake him
The news that the Whit northh n ai,
was to bt- disj.|K.-d of a;tractt-d the
largest crowd to thie courtroom that
has yet marked th.- progress'. of it l.
case The throng filled the aisle. and
over-ran the bar. until the court was
for(-,d to order it clhar.-d The trani-
1 :it of other i tl .,a- t stll ittil i)
aus read to the- juror a i h wa -a thei
a -', d for ;ia Itat llln'l

Whatworth Makes Denial.

building of the department. which will
make it more efficient and at the same
time more comfortable for the boys
that constitute this band of property
savi rse

Secure a teoat for that vacant
room through a clasela&d ad. In
The Sun.

The grand jury completed their h'
bors early in the day and adjourWd
for the term. which was followed FI
the court flnlshing Its business and ad
Journing until the next session

Subscribe for The Sun and vote IN
your choice In the piano coM t.

Pittsburg Tries to Save

Women From Negro Race

mlani) threvet*.%of armi-4i r' a1a. pa al
itthe '. l cir tiwiroc:. if ti. -io'a it

Iw r- 41 t hai rac va t eitosit t V', i-'
III tht' He-rron Ilull uii-.tra t oif thle cit:.
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J'TI *' ti .tad S k.i te Jl juror to piro

\Whit Aortti a-a -rte-d atrn iiiou i-h
that Iw hrlad inev'er iic- tihie ie-i itnsrk,
attributed to hlim la Mitchell cotelIlrei
illig the haidllli>ii of ilt,< d(i f4 1 i4ld ta toil
adlmittued he said boiiw-thiling *.iutl Pat
terion bu has i lost fri.iid, through tbhe
killing of Ct'arnack
During W'hitworth's stateuiient, the
thron s crowded lunside the bar again.
whereupon the court faed the four
duty shrtffs 10 each for tallug to
obey orders, wherom the orders of

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the bectliolh III%.ejl'..d ar. 4r a t* I ilig ra lWit r Iai* i r
volvers ma dti the' i4.-gjr .rcK At t&Ic .4 1 4 1 t l l-It ?, 4? A-I I' .,
be well arull-d Al")-
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Eva Ray Oo,1.
IA lr.isld audience greeted MIA
a aay and Company at The New
Ir Theatre Ias alght and as was
pKtod all wee mystifed at the
mefel i waft of Miba Ray. The
M melbte paritkin of the prz.
0 teo! as i"los m bcy.' and

de tl ale stat. sh gave

4o ag te lwatby.
sea ofbsr eastoers of

a moot aIn
of mind
the show





Miss froroee Arnold was good In
vocal seeet Waes.
MisM Ray wW appear here again to-
abiL. A yslpl matrm wil A begi sm
t!uday wns m at 3 :30 'dw k.

teortee Theatre.
In addition to the fine line of ple.
trms to be shown tontlht at the Ele.
tried Tbeatre. "Dakota Rob," who in
walking against time from Washina-
toe to Mexico City. with the meal of
the United States which he is to de-
liver to President DIa. will appear
sad murprlIe you with Vite wnr.*'rf l0



AL 4,1,6 a-Apo Amw d Cbupug.
% P 1..-O'~rheL&Ne Mr.
Jb o6".t .-rmN. end cbs..
PO. ftgoOWAhNIMGuard..
aworu Ths**
~ gr~mgJ%4'wrN t vw~h ED1W'rpfm to

japr'r ii.retingp md pleae %.it rl:th ,,t :o .1 x eo. arrl 4 In Gaileville
wrotar lAuXhatle r.cltattrns. HIl InI;,-
eThursday and will re maun in thhe clt
menne al.d should lto .en hv a11.
ninprat;d ahoul m-ww' nlpMI1. for t e' tmit tlhirtt dat' :fP i s no
Mrs. H. H Jackmon. the talented +l about bix dyt t alend of hit ch(-edt,
anit s lhwe muslc ha plead eve r- time.
one during the past two monthA. left lie is etn ro',.' fri-i W.eahington
for Tamps the first of the week. where City to NMexico. where he goet to de.
be will aoin her husband and ed liver in person to President Dias the
to Cuba. where they have a s eo- seal of the L'nited State,, and it it
gagement. Her place at the piano Is understood that besides the wager of
now called by Miens Kernire Del.and. $3.000 put up by the Golden Gate
ymums lady whore musical genius I of Atheltlc Club of Portland. Ore. and
the highe.tt order the Kniekerbocker Athletk Club of
New York. numerous side wagtrs haie
IAt sI-metuhi-g? An ad. t ia ido le'n nwtde.
Su's es *c is emluma Iay a"d it. Bob Is a typical Westerner. His

Wbwn WW Appear at *1he New Baird Theatire' Toa4i~iL alid ; Sttrday Aftterwoittll:1114 Nightt.


Ae lde-t Oesured Thursday Morning
at' H of a Mrs. Lina Starke,

*a IEal Oransg OIst.

Maleolm Parber. the liUle 7-year-old
greada of Mrs. Una Starke. who
was esrkornay burned about the bod)
aid right aide early Thursday morn-
Ila, Is reported I a Iserious condition.
Mrs. Stake had gone to the kitchen
to prepare the morning m al. leaving
the boy by the Are dressing, when sbhe
beard his lerueas.
la sowue manner the door spiaratiiq
the rooms ad become locked, and it
was several minutes before she reach
id him to and that he wai cunipletel+
tiuveloped in flamei-. bhis lothiiiK t b
iun afire all ,ie r
As soon as tie flaii.e~ could I. v\
tingulAhed medical aid %a iltiliitoneild
and the Itile. fellow 1i6 r'-tliit ea.a
ily as could be- eix'tted,. the i-itire<
rlght side of himu being urneid to a
solid blister from head to foot
Just the co('ditiou he Is in could ilot
be learned. as he is suffering a great*
deal and thbev Aould not qu'etiou hilu
coucerniug the affair, and then, too
it his )uinig a e. he w uld p|lI abli
W' unable to tell al)thilligK 1of the oitx
HOike' CAPUDINK Cures tick Head
Uao Nervous ileadaic ht., Tra .ltr
leaache asd a bei from (Grtpi Sto
tch Trembles or V'euialet trouble.
i ry Capuadla- lit' liquid 'tecets liu
.aedlatel. Sold by drugg lts.


Want advertising is a force w:lci i ng hair floats around hi-s shoulders
you can barue..j. and eth which yoe anirl uriaoun:ed by a broad brim-

can drive y)'our pl.u, I. )L puipote,
to any desired destlnat..

And Hawking. Spitting. Snuffles Must
Go Too.
Hyommel (pronounced High-,-me)
will give the sufferer from catarrb
relief in fie minutes.
It Is such a remarkable cure. and
so positive in its action. that J. W.
McCollum & Co. go so far as tu guar-
antee It to cure catarrh or money
A cutplete outfit, which coni-AIbt
o)f a hard rubber pocket inhaler, a
lottl .of Hiyoilnel ad a uieiqt'ie drop-
iwrr Ior ailing the Inhaler. only cotst
,'A-e dollar, and if asn extra bottle is
aft* rwarda nu.de-d thu Ipri-e in only
II) > :.*-l is. a healig. anit ll't ic hial-
'amn>. t. ieen from the nIllght., I leunt4i r trt'- in the. bh.llth is inKi fo.r
i*'.,- of A.-.tralha. whit.t di.e-a. of
i tli r,. + :r..t r%\ tract ar. uintltikno i
A l: t1 : :11. r r t..ir. E io I t' 1 I
L. i t It ,i ill ; t i- ; r f IT
0 4, i ..' ,Ill u t I'.1rt I -
K 'r a- l, I .:, l | r r I 1 i' :
I it
It i ure- a *u., colds. a-(thiua. bay
fe er aild trotjup althout stouniach

'I ,Id ', ,rua ) i ', is strikit.gl; at.
;'-, I ar.1 ":'d ,Itatotr z: atttention any.
whar... He Is laviiahl. decorated with
Adalb. iis. cluthes are Uiade to
stand the strain of rough and hard
use. and h. uses the I S la;; u, a
msah to hi, niake-up
lie is the recipient of many cour-
testes frons the press and public on
him famous trip. but he is not of the
kind a ho do not make their own ex-
lenae' during such trips. which is
Iprt of the wager. and I ing an old
printer he is sure to strike, work in
inearl. r 'I l a(ie he iilas. it el ides.
he Ua' all'. K'OWS on a4 a sl'etial fea-
ture at i-la. anil deliv r- intereatlingi
talk v .i" ,'riii his trips. havilig
t i, e -ed l,.e aorld a d |mad ,n on
the' r ill a- IOing tligstanic' A 's ,.r
th e' I I II .1 1

Notice cf Adoption of School Books.

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Will Deliver the Seal of United States
to President Dian in Persen.
Pwro ef P00 WaOe&

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Gainesville Furniture CL
Galnesville. Florkida.

Hew Cari --

Horses and Mula

Just Arrived -


All Tennevas. Btock anl personally m
le'ted Iy Mr. Davis. ComeMadtailah
look at tewin, a tiwier you bay or a.
Harnesw, Was~me alnd BuK for dr.

Davis & Oliver

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immstreted to Enforce
-r Relating to Grading
=ag" Street by A. C. L.

L' COill met In adjourned
ia-wesday night with Presli-
Tom T Cannon In the chair.
pre oom, Burnett, Graves,
gad Vidal, and Clerk IN-11

em of Alderman Hurnett
of the lat meeting were
uppreved, after correcting
Sgo m 10give the minority and
1awport of committees on
guruett moved that the
t of the water works be
to purchase the necessary
SI o naectlons for connecting
= b water well of the Dia-
Sl ipansy; which was car-

e -et committee was authoriz-
"l chase a street grader upon
a4s' approval.
man Barnett moved that the
of Nimrod Wells on a 5-
hi be reduced from $250 to $50,
1. a. ssard from $200 to $100;

p yaer was instructed to en-
te ordilance requiring the A.
Sgrade West Main street.
Burnett moved that the
mrwor be Instructed to estab-
dS straight west line on Prairie
&em Alachua avenue to Semi-
e set; which was carried.
1 e11 I t committee was Instruct-
1 eammine the bridge on East Me-
treet across 8weetwater
Mad report Its condition.
Vidal moved that the
Oi the street committee and
MIiwer be Instructed to estab-
a 1e aen block 9. Brush's addi-
1 i lss vfUe.
Mis bl wre ordered paid
Be several funds: Contingent
T. Armow. $5.75; J. I.
O W S5; Galaeeville Hardware
WAS; C. A. Cocloulgh. $8; J.
$31.44; C. M. Dell, $50;
wb.-r, 9M.65; J. M. Halle. $50;
~~1SNr. M6; J. B. Dell. Jr., $265.
rka und-T. B Ellis.
i Aif ISam $17.40; B. P. Miller.
l'ea" Sville Hardware Co..
hlIN Hardware Co.. l$2.; U.
10I1 aad Pipe Works, $41.23;
b..BiJ, $16; Galesville Tie
1SM; Lynch & Co.. $6.70;
im ber Co. $87.60.
m him-Galnesville Gas and

v fund-Mrs. H. H. Me.
B". $35.
SW's ftlud-T. B. Ellis. $1; Harry
Mlia5 OI: Alachua County Abstract
1 1.S; B. T. Arnow, $0; J. M. Dell,

R a d-I. A. O'Neill, $1 40; Dor-
VCa.C $39.60; Benson & Son. $12;
&W Hardware Co.. 60 cents; J A.
111r,. $4; Gas Company. $6 54; J.
L' 0"M. $40; L. A. Jernigan. $40;
I W. lake. s0 cents.
A emaunication from the Board
shi Ots Works was referred to the
".a O' the street committee It
i reference to the paving of
I Maia street, several of the prop-
*9"ers desiring to put down vltrl-
@Wr ic Instead of rock gravel.
%*a motion of Alderman Mixson
m matter of buying the stree-t south
SS.O Government building site' %as
^*d Sto the street commnittee- sltb
'I-r to act. provided that 4ani*
11- he Purchased for not ost-r $4M41
l matter of lights oni Pe-arl
I as referred to the light ('ili

as"Setsm.t of Mrh V li
hugsI *a" reduced to $ ,'
A lgathy ',.mmujuiu.icat i,, foin th -
'sateth (''entur) l('l [ ;s- r. r
84 10 the ordluaia c(-t- io ltt
^*Jit au Iturm,-t mii<\. ii f .11
li'anelnt iShtii. 1 .i- <.irrt, .

?*0 OINTMENT la guarta.tel. l t<
57y (ae uft II hlK. lu dI
h f"i or l'rntru0Itlli'lt, e in 6 t''
-l or mouey refuuded 60o

40 dvertiliLg fludi the best niarke t
0 1riythlyl els'., why not for your

'PS have fousad anything see If
f-r .td lI tSe Wumit Lmidn



It belong to health for a baby to...
eat and sleep, to laugh and THEN PLUNGED AT ONCE INTO
a%. 0...s. a &.. a i Wm* '

But fat comes frt don't ask
a scrawny baby to lau h;
why, even his smiSe i pitul
Fat comes frt.
TIe way to be fat b the way to
be healthy.

Scofftt's Emulsion
I the proper but oaly am

Sh dwl It a o w d k l
Olt& toM- .Md w ee nd pw a
tCM lwsIamdv Ad o te Wedtr .: 8
BCOT & 1OWNL"40IP adg mt. NT YO&


Had Interesting Meeting at Home of
Mrsn Oe. K. Breeme.

The regular meeting of the Twen-
tieth Century Club was held at the
home of Mrs. G. K. iroome on Mon
day afternoon. January 25.
After the regular order of businesti
Mrs. J. L. Kelley. leader of the liter-
ary exercises, took charge.
The club has now entered upon the
last half of the year's study. which
embraces the literature of the South.
dating as far back as 1607 and In-
cluding the present day. The sub-
ject was introduced at a previous
meeting by a paper from Mrs. 0. K.
Broome on the literary heritage from
England. followed by a paper at our
last meeting am the literature of the
Colonial and Revolutionary periods
by Mrs. C. A. Coklough, which was
appreciated by all.
Mrs. Kelley's short sketch of the
ante-bellum statesmen. Calhoun., Clay.
Henry, Washington, Jefferson, Ram-
sey. Marshall. Madison and Smith.
brought out many interesting facts.
Meadames Jno. M. Taylor. Teach,
Clarke, Foster. Dorsey and Gross re-
lated many Incidents of the private
and political life of the different
statesmen, which proved very enter-
taining and Instructive.
Refreshments were the served by
the bostees, after which the club ad.
Journed to meet with Mrs. T. B.
8trinafellow on Monday. February 8.

For MarshaL
To the Voters of the City of Galae
Sam a candidate for City Marshal.
for reeoection on April 13. I have
served the people faithfully and 0-S
elatly, alght and day, and my record
Is open for inspection.
It my service during the past year
has been satisfactory I ask the sup-
port and vote of each and every citi-
sen who is qualified. I can only
promise the same service as I have
endeavored to give in the past.
Yours for order.

For City MarehaL
I respectfully annonce myself a
candidate for the ofce of City Mar-
shal. to be voted for at the election
on April 13, 1909. If elected I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the
ofcee without fear or favor. I re-
spectfully solicit the votes of all, ir-
respective of party affilIaton. I

Baby Hands
Will get into mischief-often it
means a burn or cut or scald Apply
Itallard' Snow linlmetnl just as soon
as th.- a,- %illi be r.lie'ed, Ahile- the wound will
he-al ,pla'kl) and niee-ly. A sure cure
for .pramni. rh-uimatimln Sand all palins
I'll' Ic-.- ,*' and $1 uo a buttl* Sold
I) \W M 1,1llui.oll

Partlee hbuing job printing done at
T'he Sun offlle are entitled to one
t 6t in IWthe Iuh & Safford Plinio C(on
te'.t for ra, h ce(-nt paid fir muc'h
* urk 10,i tI forget this %he-n in Inesd
,f Irlinted ~-.tatinmery. lIead the ad
,.rti-, ire it gI isg particulars rw-
:sir,,ilg tl,'I (i *lIte-t ahid uotc fur the
lady of your oCboc .

A Speaker. Savage by Nare and
Nature, Wanted to Walk Over

His Foes' Corpes.

INDIANAPOLIS. Ind Fe-b 4. After
c'elE-brating with a .torm of cheers the
re'- eh tion of Thomas 1.. Lewis. by a
majority of li.269 votes ov(-r John H
Walker and after the telhlers had re-
tired to count the ballots for vice-
iret-ident and secr.tary-trcasurer the
conOention of the United Mine Work
ers of America indulged in an ex
rlted revival of the controversy over
iterial discussion between the Lewis
party and the faction led by his op-
:onment for the presidency. John H.
Walker. district president of Illinois.
The tellers did not complete their
Speaking of an unsigned letter re-
ceived yesterday by some of the lead-
ers. charging that Ohio unlou officers
had "sold out" to operators. G. W. Sav-
age. secretary of the Ohio district, bit-
terly arraigned "certain parties that.
not being In power themselves would
destroy the organisation so as to de-
stroy those that are In power." So
far as he personally was concerned he
declared that if the authors of the letter
were made known to him and persist-
ed in their attack on his character, he
"would walk over their cornyes. or
they would walk over his." He offer-
ed a reward of $100 for evidence that
would Identify those responsible for
the letter.
Willita Green. president of the Ohio
-miners. added $60 to Mr. Savage's
$100 and Lee Rankin. also aa Ohio
officer, another $100.
President Lewis said the Ohio letter
was the last llak la cospiracy to
disrupt the organiaatiUo, because he
was its president. He read from a
special edition of a Sprihfeld (Ill.)
trade paper, artilee which be called
"seurrtlous" mdeaimng his admils-
tratlom as corrupt aOd eztoUllg Mr.
Walker. He read letters ldleatag
that this eltios of the ewspap ha
bee, pa for by MllasisMur

Had mealahaly. probably eamedl by
a ta active Mver. A bad wver mes
nue es and britoable, cases memNal
ad physkal depressilom ad m ay re
salt disaster -ly. Ballard'sa erbim
is admowled d to be e perfect mver
regulator. If yesre blue ad ft of
ort.a got a bottle today. A peWive
cnre for illoMs headache emetIe,
ter, chills and fever sa all iver
omplaatat. doM by W. M. Johnso

1mee9ed 9 -a
A gestleman aboard a steamer s
anf between goutteprt and m spkoei
approaebed one of the salon duara
the passage and remarked to iam:
"We bare a very mooah ase this
morning. It is like a sheet of glass
Tou don't always bave it like this?
"No, sir." was the answer, "but, you
me, they knowed as bow you were
coming today, so the authorities at
Bouthport telephoned to the eerpora-
tion at Blackpool, and they at emee
ordered out the steam roler and rUed
the sea down for the oeealon. That
Is why It 4p so smootL."--Loado Tit-
Bits. ___
Foley's Honey and Tar clears the air
passages, stops the irritation In the
throat, soothes the inflamed mem-
branes, and the most obstinate cough
disappears. Bore and Inflamed lungs
are bealed and strengthened, and the
cold Is expelled from the system. Re-
fuse any but the genuine In the yel-
low package J. W. McCollum & Co.

A Rvmindw..

037 mi.. siaiaee?
E Iii. I t1' i f I tfit Sas htigicg.r it
%%iousad 1w im4*ere on your usind slid you
might rrvmammaume-r i.. pht..It sogo weoutive-
Ilmps" LI .4pa Terl t-I-graph.
Theit# I.-tIs g.rfewtiA d iii''?Ir
ktntmiedg.*i- Im hIt% tl'iviv %r!bal

Isu't tb#-re bonmethitig a ich ujily 1,
%wut ad (-ai do fur you today?

70 ears w-ith (oughs- andC-s
FVrhave hWijevenly ve irs Ot L'puricnce with Ayee&
Ch..ir' lPcctoral t. I''it 1 91, -it I4conflidlence inn it for
(.(ugh s. coI, .h ior'. t 1,. od u nigs. A&k your
I Ame

300 Pairsiumsat atM

We will sell for the next l dsyi our e il. %A J
Shoesat mat owr cash, cons-idv d Menms, LA'
Misse', Boys' and Childron'.-d mw pWe&,
best makes. M Ed pf wiit


St Hoot u a" u I

IPay@ Iwoamomybsu
question not of'4 bow .bselk but of"how

We an amboshleg or & w No d Mhw mM~
r ~wiMhbelsdito =M prim m qini

TnBils S. JOBDAe.


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Fire, Life and Accident I .'


Fire Company


Too Late to Save the House"

Is a familiar item a
the DOWeSpapins. Thi
should l* a warning to
those who have pro-
crastinllated not to take
out a policy when it is
tEN) late, .o thatth
Ite-l iulay p read iii your
4a1-.: "'le log w as
,Jill ,ve'trte(d by iiwur-
S alie,* II I011P' of thile bst




rfam" wmlaav have
old ftNow ak...vlm.a uno-

~~e of aaho ams q m "e v
Soff sw bat Ciastrilway by

A~~uaesin m the lower bOt
owes* i .o itPse
1w 0" Is brise atces.

* OW 2AW btbeu~hg s&d14

ft e dbhs%*n ata

w' W. I. S m a d inSS Sow
~S. Amugie ft Job

The gvow-

bu Pow of hisums
~~mm&of 3.mV.#A a
~~e*-0 as-w Mbtin

4-w-J. bW.in he.

wat s fhifwt has

od f3tm

I w sN-



a so sonNe.S"mam




Asig Wa a eaeise tader Knews
TWaM Wel.
Wha Os ids awe IL.
SSN tols lpas about It.
nissawIs eowsil eak&s.

te I e iNto t'si eatymtify to

to e De asd I'B Kidney Plls
me toe y p of grpt beaogt to me.
1t mogae" of the kideoy secreions
wav ebWaAr "ad whei the secret.
arin wsrw woalwi to stand they do-
pead a oe aiL My back awhed
hI ely sad was very lam and more.
wakds Itb hardO lr me to toop or
I& I omId aot rest well sad aorn
Ige p osrl a ag I was tired and
mm etm I at leasth heard of
Du 's iUdoy PlU. sad deciding to
gle th a trial. I procured a box
T is ragedy elected a complete cure-
The haskaehee sad the lameuess di.-
apeared sad my kilditsy bNca-ie

P sr alel by all dealer Prie to
mas. os Fter-Milburn Co. Ne w Yurk
as agents fkr the 'uoted Statca
S Remember the maam- l)usa's and
L1 te seetheWr.

11EA A The Way They AWeeted Se Pemeo
Smen1y reader have heard mf this Prmeah Playwrights.
tiartMe disease? It prevalia la that Ti.e lGrt night with authors I view
lra4way matry-Afr-ike-speeially ed with dileienlt fe-ll,:.'. T'iis in ihow
the OCmOg district. It Is eased by it awffeed sonmker famous r' iru, 0 l |y
the iteof the thetae ty. Wle It wrights. tBardoWs' nervouunen was
Mums a person. the sleeping symp*oe well known. Iumas al was never
begia sad iaally the isaerr sleep ntle to preserve hi saungfrold. AAn
ltil death occurs. oi uun as the curtain rose lauiuas |'ere
aCtraat this with the peareftl, would lietake himself to a re,.tau.-ant
haliy sleep of health. L n there any- and dine from as many courses ai bhi
tIag mere weaiNg thi to ibe awake new ple-e had acts. His son reported
at alght. te oa g about, ervos, with on the success of the p(-ce. At the
*id et, hot had d am mery kaows nrst representation of "Toumaint Lou-
what es? Shwt ef lettna the teatoe overture" Lamartlne found bis work so
Ty Wte us we w eld do almost ay- tedious that Ib went to a cafe anti
thag htr reiet. How ea we pro- read the papers. Balac when he pro
vest It? Mr. GeoOge Rayes. of duced "ReSoufre. de Qulnola'" pent
Vam OCity. Pa, wrttes: 1 had lost the day ln selling t-icete at a rate
my appetite, was a lm-don4 a, eoJd higher than at the box odee and reep-
met sleep nlhts. I hd tried every ed a fue return.
thing without relief. L eol wvs rev Paul de Kock. a mted In the orhebes
om-and i to Imy rpri, It traI. we also read, protested agalast
bpd lme at mnee; gave me a aspled hist piere and made so much noise that
gpedt, amd now I asap amdily." his anehbors demanded silence. Ca.-
What Vlidldfr Mr. as, it will air Delavlgne remained at home.
do r every run-dena, merw WMd Alexandre Sgomet went to be shared
eg'mete paaes whe eaat ee wha "Jeanne d'A A" was produced.
VNOL In e"M Ina *is lmm by W. The barber had vanished one cheek
L Jotdlu.m Owa0t. when the authbr crted: "8top! Here
-- ___ 92 Oh L." &stidb

emmeO IWdNe Legend of T BSeen-
UeM PMewe.
Te a eautital remWaCe Ceo-
mgete with the Cbereee rOes. A
Fe- DaM Uefo fa the Seminole
&ft v was tabe priemer byn ione-
ylg the Chmbe e ,aod doomed to
gatwe r t mahi -s ID that It
Nag anresI t* wlt hip rI o-.
milMe ho oeablth bre iemittlug bl
W the a.
As he 10 p0em o hB disease I
s e ftb f t aCe Oaem warrior the
-M a fstoe br a yu.tft da
8b*e wW the -- Mettal 5adC
Nat o f eMy mI aft esn him to
41po- as o ,hewolw t Wdo N Vaes
dAe w mes sfe wOt mU

ANNE. Iowa" O W e f tew" ha kV
heme-- d"-. ha iB-- ,
b~ Me EM M tel pm bOf
ns- swea mm r mime.o et am,
am&iaMhe *i a abe ab .me m
*r rne Os whi.. .. woab cash.
w-s -me of ha o u1me 'sdmre
aemS ft.ee s u sk e af ab h
SftW ow MW8r la aI n lsmid
Ot m I mbels And em st t dat
l bhatMdi Sewer has awa bee
MhemmW te eat *me ameae eM
M te am thMe Cwhert reMai-

tfciMc eM tow f sie
Somw wa Pier wea t oIpe a
*fc tha k SWaba One ft
* ,- n wea vt a etmh cNhw
a ~tgB hs to O
mwiS a pies. eo papw .* wem his
peeatt hie twit t oup t o a ter
Msh a sa thew dwow the apill
Susien OR wemma wor. a@ thaksk.
Wh 0 sweep1as the oWr te old bw.
A mIemn the w Mew tNk ap the,

Iargel paer eat tf Mle cuteatty and*
MWamwsat wat s aleutty
eatI, oatf a pIm tie. l whab had*
est darfti She MiM it uap, pet I
Swmt tl ear ld msaf hal am et
b l tit. whe the ie -it a tlareU
aboUary dnmwing eat her in the
me th i iemember. the crumbled
tie-t o herb poe ot, tad es predelng
-t beaa, to har smi* tal 41-
lNtt, that It had wow a prkm of SM.-
t She Owclamed the prise, &ad. l
th' ie advertise widely for he
Sowgla owner, with the latemtlim o
iraIog it with hbm abe was left n
unmlsrte urd pomemlo of her fortu e.
-chamga t .

We Out.
That's the way you feel about the
lhgup whe you have a backing cough

It aollh pie rus to let It ttomn and
lartd's Hartebowal iSy willdr and returned
0o0h sa eeu hl theiu little "1Price2C.
it is akd .uper lo t lI. Sold by W. t
Md. Jorhna t o ha k ,r a, Tt
Apple Pie Osr Melted cheem..

hSake a, i ei crm'fu Iwn t i'ttuasnI" ad

dio lthe li rof e-,fwrb

Out last nim.w 'l t HIidtarh. an, return
t s thie .rnrtinIis? littki' ('lal,) dl0in*
jIst thea t aiIUI to fit ru for bu -it --

Trry it. At druK o i,, ir+ I

it lt's printed tIatitoery ytau wain.

re 30 rs. O re ItoU I IWe ater
and seW f they bin or applaud the
placee" The barber returned. saying:
"It is a ouei monslear. They ap
plasu." e it to a success," re-
plied the father. savee the other."
Scrlbe appeared Ia the best of eptrit%
and encouraged the a but at the
end be became aervos and tore his
handkerchief with his h.
walked about the be of the
with s came In his bhead. Auber was
never present the lrt alght of hib
voeks, and Bayade o reaching the
stage is ported to have ald that he
ezperlmeWd ea"m min m-New York


M that1 t th.e Ue of h the Jobhsew
beda gwe to w- .me of the rid-
aewed r a ene8hm g mie a el.
aMI e as leo ft wem a
af~t ~ of twvo wtd.v blies. ad a
st UM" t t eitdof hsh doenuiste
de"ar w er" whm d it ame of the
s-i ed ersta eve tt time a ciesd
*ew ei s oI he sOp wa tere a
,a umeie at tro ieeMa w. es Whiam
e. *tf e as wafi M oaf mbdelta~

me em it ao eI nat m t

*Qaut sa jet w. Wak .i
an* re nd the unhappy debtor.
.Tm havti all I cm do to bep my
buead boe water tleea ne l --Ha-
pIWO Weeiy.
SPnumemals Pollewo i Lagrippe.
PameamoIa oftea follows lagrippe
hut mver follows the of Foley's
Homey sad Tar, for laerlppe coughs
mad ii--S'.ectd colds. Refuse any but
the gmulso tIn the yellow package.
J. W. McCollum & O(.

Anseegd Pride.
"Do you stil want this geeaologyr
asked the man who dip up each
"Sure. I do. Why motr
"Well. I've ound that your great-
great-raendfatber was hanged for wmr-
der. your great-grandfather was tn-
prisomed for robbery. and your grand-
father was tarred and feathered for
beating his wife. That's not a very
prod record. I UT'
"I should say it Isa. Shows bow my
family is getting better each genera-
tle. I'm an ulaupovement on the
whole bunch-never been In JaU yet.
Let me hate those records. I'm proud
S'em!"-Ceveland mLeader.


In lUalved by Nm aar Whoe
DandrE .I s erad.eale

sealskin Is admired the world over for
its softness and gloasiness; and yet the
human hair Is equally as soft and glossy
when healthy. and the radical cause of all
hair trouble is dandruff. which is caused
by a pestiferous parasite that saps the
vitality or thb haLr at Its root Newbro a
Herplclde Is the ouly p rparrt lon that i '
fatal to the dandruff germ. Without dan-
bruff there is ou falling hair, but a lux-
urtant growth of gllsay. soft hair Is ear-
tain 5couring the scalp won't curt din-
drur. Kill the dt.ntrufr rir T'ih.us-
ands of woIn.T owe their bautlfl isuitt
tr hair to Newtro'. Iierploide O. I 1t ,y
ldirng druirllsts thand 1- tII at.m"
to The llterpt Id. Cu LDtrult.t Wb
Two tl-a--5hU0 cents aunl 1 nu.
. I Bodl:ord & Co.. Sp.1 cia AleAt.

If It's Iriuled stationery you want
The Sua oflce iL the pl&ce to get It


The Long Distance Systa

One of the moet valuable features
ef our service, to our subscribers and
to the public generally, is our conn.c-
tion with the extensive long distance
lines of the American Telephone and
Telegraph Company and the other as-
sociated Bell 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
Thee long distance lines are of the
meet modern and Improved conetruc-
tion and are maintained at a high
tate of efficiency. The Bell systems.

operating in varloef al t
country, are unifermi *
meant and In their m
Only by reason of eahis,
arrangement betwe* theg @.
phone companila is it pesi e
a sell Telephoe al.mt
ask for "Long Distanme a
communication wi-th als o
in the country.
This vast network ae
Ing throughout the gmak4
daily in commere&s asi
poues by the banker, I t
citizens in all walks of WS
plant here isa a1 mportal m I
great chain.

Southern Bell Teleph

and Telegraph Compaq

G. S. Merchant & Co.
AstaMsre nld Jaber. la

Staple ahd Fancy Croceries

Gralq, Gardeq Seed a&d Fertiliers
oUTN ao *0UARm -.-. a. esUIUVi.L8. FnOM
HIest market p~iMes pai feM Cheken o s ~ tPa

I bhemft s un k Ears. Om te04rwa, uams, eMel. C
fad Ned l yme. We alsme o ly a*t We" a"
a laweet le Ma gemns wift s" adil


The Pay- &*l Vible.



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write for Prim, e s, wn

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Are YOU Being "Hunte

One of today's want ads. may be buntiug3
ing the city for you. It may have a message for
personal importance one that, when you g9
it, may change the immediate currents of youI
your interests may even place around aud al
environments, new usociates; Ily iv you i
start in a business way.
Isn't it worth while to try to find out wbh
not be true today, tomorrow, or very soou.

y ou raussA"

it. &a wd

bout Y01 *5

itbtr WbS

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eia o(leW' eat o(leWaillle. Ull..

T...... idor i d Publisher
saup. Ompodew Room.
o.. .* AN SLOCK
l. TLsrwofWm ?19
SM-. pbltbihed every morainac g-
&dii*wei by arrier in the dty. or
ef tthe rtted Mates. pa
2*paW s* x ete month: I atbhree
pa te fi ive weeks-srictly is

momis ei iS o l e sosa Ioct en* tsae
l "d gets for each aiditioalI
3ipadyevertislg sa *e knows

week e aisa eight page, forty
qPl^ on bilased every Monday and
seai setes all the mews of the
a- -e ad gemerm1. ad will -be
.~fe* h, to say part f she t'sited
for a a year-4s advance.
i is boo me due after int
of sdaetis mIst. smemsotherwise
-- -- Parties notabows to
w4di epay for advertiolg in a-
d. OAMrsvu.La, PLA.

fay for business to resume is

must be fairly,burst-
gb immortala.
Sad Plenty" is now the
i dr is Georgia.
m 'T-esmeea night riders are be-
to -ee daylight.

begins to look dry tn Dela-
Shey are drinking appleade.

es m t cold weather was a
to the farmers who had hogs

as t o -er have consumptUoo.
mw heow as tubereuloas. The
Ss eoa r however.

Si hetaig ap a full line of an-
to preset to Mr. Taft.
-ad Pasires Hobsoa real-
ilf wr let him get Into the
W- g s e In New York.
S asmertlon that free sliver is
6a ve mo Indicates that some-
O t em robbing the political

-CbhMegle's prophecy that Hughes
696 ts amt President shows con-
that these Bcots have a keen
dt humor.
h Itchinson says bal4 heads are
imve to health. That probably
Uglits tor the longevity of United

thi speaker of the New Jersey
1Sur is a teacher of dancing.
n 0-k at Washlngton has also
int Me lastructionsa in that line.
WIMamercial laduatries of the
in7 are evidently waiting until
SilsuuaratUon of President Taft to
Operations upon an increased

SArtsone man has died at the
*51 age Oft 106. Hlie must have
S ilarkably quick with his trig
W to have reached that age
b Arlmmm

SM OW we are threatcute-d witt
V "SOtiety of the Signers of the
blebration ofldepeiiw
"MPO it will oerlie' for anatuAsl bant

An illuulbujamzuiliusaitaarethinuks It ii,
ltoom" 1to eI ll.e ii AAmieagtoic oue
"I*.. a )ear i'rubabi bhe. i, talk
the. ltee before the jrl of)
"4 tlWeast W4.ttt Upe
lb6 Attgaeiti s 1,114~ tCcliIl'~

tOtlel Cl atlte c d A file ilIt .

to 't ie le I i .

lf it it b i .


CURRENT COMMENT. (On a nor-e or I. tisI.-l ..r cale
-th is coInitr ililil- t na rotmmntl i ii m.
The ItaltimoreI. Sun smyt "ilt for .oraf.t, the hundreldth unnii,.r'.irr of ttle'
Connolly's tory (of *'llw I .1e4.1i theI l.i rh Repu"bli. ond uniform l tth o. oni 'me'tratt i A Healthy Liver M akesa a
Roo00e'It 0I't of ;:9 IMok.s under th, h-hrth.ric ev..t. %ill ;'e',.,ijli.-h little Hhy v M k
r %anie til.l's -,til-, It d.','lop, patriotiini and atiri .A W e ll||- M
The alnlt Inore. New., sa,. There-. il.prlI e luti nth n. to l Mto i .
are various an s in thi.tl a ,it. can hI:t. the. traits a which made the- men
atget : latght for dal:ag.- Iln ~e f ,niu,, i s who e nienMory. i so grateful
Y,,rk Ia-t seek a jury g.,,, a ,Iem I. ,,.. -,.d
$ tH)I t usII eiu a r ,t! I tree feil ciil
him during thtidler r'rnd ,d h ,r Soke Inicrea.Aitng n3mnlr of lre, -it)
his leg rTho city trwl,.- to irofe thn i, are, abandoning the s-called
the accident Was d te tiplan act sOf comicl slulemeneliti from their Sunday
(ond. but the jrlly decided the res.onn i- editions. as well the might n truth
hility could Ihe placed narer hfne., there. is nothing omic. artistic nor
and fixed it on ctit emliaer.Oe-,. ho entertaining in themN. Poorly coneelv- l
knew the tree was rotten and didl not ed and executed and a tawdy mass of i "i
cit it dowa n That is a lore'eden, t hat s tartlin color it is but a waste, of
may be costly for other muneicialil time and good ismlwr to print them.
r..'"and no sPnsible reader wants them ue
The Richmond New.s- eader .sa:ys andno_ _.ibl rfOV .ai__
"The Republicans of Oregon. It IS stat That spelling reform does not meet
ed. have raised the question of the with much favor in Canada is seen in
constitutionality of the Oregon prl- the refusal of the Ontario school au-
mary law under the workings of which thorities to drop the letter 'u" from A r..0M ITU
a Democrat to the United States Sen- "lahouer. etc. Evidently the attempts__ .-_
ate or flagrantly and shamelessly of some of our radical spelling reform- LA
violate a solemn pledge. however. ers would get nty consideration S .
whether or not the law In unconstitu- north of the boundary line. m el a M
tional it is not clear that the issue --I M am
can in any manner affect the claim The managers of the Florida Mid- 114 D IMN AMI I af
of the Democratic Senator to his seat. WInter Chautauqua should make A
The provisions of the constitution f I toet C Wlla en noula Iea w
efdort to get Bon. William Jena w_=s
were strictly adhered to by the Legis- B yo to give them a date. The re- nis e
nature in his election. and that settles iBrya to give them a date. TheM-
it so far as he Is concerned. It would cept from such an engagement would
seem. There appears no way for the go a long way towards defraying the
Senate to find even an excuse to go expenses o the Chautauqua. Col.
behind the legislative return. ryan is by long odds the most pope-
The Louisville CourIer-Journal says: w .gari ca
"Statehood s not a garment to bell
lightly bestowed. Its signlicance is It is said that the Duke lt the At-
profound. It extends to fundamentals mU i wants to resig his title that he
of citizenship and of Ille. It gives may be to r some America.
votes to persons who have not had girl. Bet the Duke ought to know by
them before. It admits great commu- this tame that most of the women in
ntles to the prodigious Ameran fel- the cirire l whirc a wlM seek
lowship. It extiads the Federal con- have little use for a foreigner with-
ttutlo ove new pound. It gives out a title. It s that they are after. .- D 3M, i
a forces a volteI a the ovve-y. at M Ae e. 4
t ofatllhe p"eo. And IN ap- -
plying for the great benetit is to Tbhe w lthy Trlaty church of NOw LeVe amio fI,
be hoped that New Mexico and A-t Yorkwth s p rt A w iith ,t a .. . . .
ona come with mialas conscious f has acted wely t de b 4ing to l.- Rt wiive n vil 4...9
the bliler and higher life they seek p O0 of Its teuements ad to inW- imI1... 0 .

Evidently they are duly disciping The a0 Wtotry md tim t of is me Lake City, VaIldoa, sad all polab N lN :
land instructed and amre ready.y Th a t r fa W Mogee a? todah atO a e *ad eTI *l.. OSt I I
at least,eis ate puposl wof Mtrhir Trnlaitlblm incidentally to the Memoer ._2_____S___
friends. who in Kentucky are m o -
bered ti multitudes. A great propor- a .1 LL. SeL g Of LwLo i
tion of s look cordially toward the That bs nth t1 A the average a ew
two territories whose people have PSper Is &eMlles ot frm being
striven so long and hard and pa" strewn witG rusen is i v~lest from the
tiently for Statebood and wish t" heavy Sines repUtly L pm d ups.
mot oly a quick voyage throuA d the many Sr Z .liashisg ew*s w b I
House. but a safe trip through the thi nus ntry ~U Canesltte m
Semat and into the family." at. The trim of the pre Is I
as yet but littlemorv ale eth apat ONOr"_________
T',~Takig oiall cognizance of Pe- dream -
jgeoibo leading annual gala occasion. 6- TO
S ua o p led in act desir ing which have the t f ie do
8Srove Tuesday, or Mardi Gras, a. a serve a place Ia tbe medicine chest of
lepl hoUday, hence Tuesday, Febru- every family. Mothe.s r tody ad- ATLANTIC C O AST LI N ,
ary 33. the date upon which Mardi mlnistering to their children the re-_
Gras falls this year, will be a legal dies their grandmothers used. hi hi
holiday at PEnsacola at least. The For thirty years, Lydia K. Plnkham'u
and public schools of the Deep Water and herbs. has been curng the wo
City will therefore all be closed men of this country from the worst Tickets on dale February 28th, Maek It, lad
throughout the day. form of female ills, and merit Iaoe and 3rd, final limit to reach original Martia point
could have stood such a test of time
Castro says that all he asks Is to and won such an enviable record. nO later than midnight March 10th.

be permitted to return to Venesuela
and live quietly as a humble private
citizen That is what all exile presi-
dents of Central and South American
republics say. but when they get
back they forget their promises to be
The Nabht ille Tehfinesseean calls
Tennessee. Alabama. North C(arolina.
Georgia Mis4l1|ip;pi and Oklahoma
the ('onfederacy of prohibition "
Ihkws this ne.an The Ten.e.-se''an isll't
altogether sure it %ill "tiy upl'

Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
ai niercur) will surely de..troy the
, i..i-. of r-iil, I iidl mipd t tlletel. der.aihgK,
the wh l ..v. htIt' IIs when elilnterli aIt
1 1 111tku i ht *'1 1 l I('()j *kr l f, *""*- S uL 1
,ir ti e .- ti ailil i, r I,. i -,.ci l x i lt
p'I -i ,- i li on Tc fre lii r t elital-le Jti.. l

, *.c 1, 1 Iite 1 I I I I '
,,l, 11 I I l l* 1 i J (1'4' ), '

04 la 6d tboa. the. I o
Uw fr 0 "SSho &adber

be W The befwsk

For Inuder inkn"06m, uumvedmlo-s, ci. MR = emadust11h
Agmnt, or writo
A. W. FRIT", Divlioa Pseagmi Ags, Jasksmvhfts. Me
pamn TramicManaf1tG~m a Amt
an Gnen Pas. sC.

~ ~I mrnI ~Inm~-~C)1

Air Line Railway
M. Pr I w Wrsqf, R. Lmms er W lMams sod I C. Semsm. U ml

Flewafts P. .W1.0 *pelsms ?NY.u A
Never 5.OL1 ..ii~ .,. -, 4liupe to a .
lierSsidaac emOdy Co.. Chiaego of N.Y. Go

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I* Ii H* NALL G.C,.N 1 L
8-4 et- tFri.! cf
It c 'A ef 11,Ps 64.'4l 1"
.\I I Nod. I.Ci.! WAGHI ki.cvO$ 0 C.
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S.IA i AlII Fl. tilIt A LIMITED),
.\IA lIl 'AI VIYI:tA\K-I1()l'Nl) LIMITED
.I.:AIlt\11 I'i,)l1l!).IA FAST MAIL

THE .N.U1C1 (11le, 1'il 1iaSc Pullman Vesti-
til,.! Il.1,t folte ecl I i ? I' I ('.r lp,%orvafIo Car sad
['1ilc I*i C1, 4',1C l.41St Augustine; Pull-
I ill f fI .Jti, 14l .j c t f U ej lpalm aa ibach;
i I ,I 't.'all I i1,t t. Jrtey city &ad
~',i < '*, 4*K c a .zt. St Auguastioe
l.. liIteaacd J&ek.-~ct ci.I t~ al.! e~.c--t Suuday.

For full Informatiun and &refr t": er, reservations "aIf e
any Agent Seaboord, or *~rite S C Hoyt '%TON, Jr., Assletea
Geftricim Pabiengejr Ajcint, JacitsonwlwI!c, Florlida. 4

w~t~w w vwY~wvw

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goosne" toinbe h
Wellasthe US
b1 in Se veAg-
r m d lby
fUt two beinaspo
W ei No of mops;
Novmeal sum ISI O

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booed= t o Pa s i
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Omew. al of6ll6-.
SIL 41 ubli- "_us_--_-W K.K
Uasdw 5aee J. w.
A- si ad We 5-M uat W.

e.se. me-a waLn S

MuObL a Ille t so--Dr. J. I&.
a r~- enlll
c.om ar -a. e- .. one..
*a 20111. nowsif
0a 0lla-.-L. 0. 6m Ga.aSe

vtlala T.- Do- o, set V .
meae nsr-W. w. ONm.. Gaine.M.

C00w OmaiMloaer-Jha 0.
Dampr. Chairman. Hague; J. F.
Twae CampTll rlle; J. W. May.
Areher; Chasi. W. Sammers Trenton;
0. F t.On y. 8lm Oils
Members f bool Board-- B.
Wee Chairman. Hawthern; J. W.
teady, LaCree; 0. W. Miller,
State mar-. H. McCreary.
Members Hase-lyd L. Carter,
Galaseville; T. A. Dok. Sants Fe.
City Offteest:
MaI y F irtl& Davis.
Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
TaAsesesor-li. R. Colson.
Taxs Collector-T. B. Ellis. r.
Clerk and Treasure.r .J Mazey Dell
City Attorney--W. IIroomw.
Board ofAldermen-T. W. ands
President; TGo. K. Broome. 8. J. Iure
mst. s. Ka Cannon. I S.Graves. 8
U. Misoao. A. LV. idal.
Board of Public Works -411 E Ta).
tar. Chairman; W. W. nlarmpton. secret.
tary; f11 P. Dutto. E J llaird. J II
Some artIcle that is simply "lu the
Wat" at yor house might, if adver
Ued, be sold to someone bo I s aux
If Y" have ned auathiag see if
8 I advtismed L the Wast colma.

subscriptious .................. .. ....


One Imae p-- aydls.
mfl-mf owa-s un.
TreI u spUsr eareL

0.- weekly aewapaw.
otwvo fm dry KAM$ .
One lctre eligat plant.
Thm b msbmM mops.
Three railways systems.
010 4bentest orders.
Two uplsopl heburees.
United State Isad oace.
On. eike al laboraty.
Thirtsea Suday sbhseh.
Two veeriary Urseoms.
Oe Prmsbytrorla chreh.
Two eigar maueatorti.
Pfer real estate age*nce
Veluteer are departat.
Several lumber cmpeales.
Three Methodist ebhrche.
A brass head orgaluatUom.
Two pleemsrap gaUerib.
Tw moving pletutw bows.
Owe sami-wekly oewspaper.
Prive lif lasmrsam a gaunles.
Two fertfllmr matufctorle.
IMtvo anitsuImmrane aigedes
Tw li0ry sand fee abMaes.
Plorlda Winteor Cautaqua.
Owems and halshe teetory.
On* -n' Club Nadlans room.
orda winter Bible Conference.
IWvO dreematking eetabllsbmemts.
Natimal 4Odd Fllows' altarlum.
Tbme- umiertaing eats lsbamests.
etra saw wa ytem n.17S.ii .
TwO f boat botels in the I-.
Two w easesa le aa amd food
Two wboleala iroery establish.
Wa tmtso smet Gala ** aeselll
m bnest ora msein the state
heB iaOe af smelm tiae. e oU^

A irtmsmt" ul li-tobe
0De0 l 0 e bwa m ce mpwleted
Its a ndBII I

d" -
d in s ew m d e, hasder'

h Se e emC sO rubery

reii=-V. ZoeS, TaIm

Hyde a Tesha.
WkrM Vaes May k Cat
Ballot boxes will be found Ia the establish-
meats of the merchants giving votes and at The
Sea oace. Votse ent by mail must be directed
to the Voting Coatest Department of The Suan,
Galnesville. Florida.


In Which a Resident of Alachi

he Awarded a Beautiful Howai

Certificates Valed at $3,150.1

The Bush & Safford Piano Ci

sentatives of The R. S. Howan

The Contest to hbe Conducted I

Behalf of Bush & Safford. :


One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will b
raiding in the County of Alachua who
number of votes between December 15th,
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : :

I Additional
In addition to the Piano there will be Imued by The I
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable I
as a frt or initial payment on a new Howard Piano.
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons resid

To ftn d rmmbfta t int NOW.. aeadW

To ft M rAof ti hJownO Ma, dW M for
Theee due bills may be used by the winners or cai
for any value they may mee fit, and will be worth their
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize
to will be given eaeh of those tieing.

How andWhereto Get Rules

STIAlche count]
of the contest
The following merehats wl give on veto |e person, to the
or *very ceat paid tat their N tabtishnat for | No emplo
goas which they haadleo: priletors of the
The Gaineville Hardware Co. participate In t
*ue 59,5. 3o manner.

ua County WK

d Piano, aid l

30 Furnished h

I., Sole Repre-

d Co. of Mi,

by THE SUN i

e given to the pem
receives the higbt
1908, and 0lp.a
*0 *0* *
*0 *

3ush & Saford Piano (C.,
)ue Bills, same to be m0d
These due bilk will bh
ling in Alachua Couny::
hW MA li ........ .ti
I fr ....... ... S...
B for* .00.0-*00* -iNA I
n be disposed of to anyone
face value upon the pur

similar in all respects them*

and Regulabdo
est is opes to snyose D .
who Is known by the
or vouched tID by snm repWS
* well known.
yee. attached or relative o t1he I
above-named rms are eligi l
this contest, and will part dlp i

3. In the event of a mlsunderstanodng .
candidates or others Interested In this 0004
such controversy may be referred to the i
doctors of contest, who alone are the perf
qualified to render decisions.
4. In the event a candidate decides to w
draw from the race. such candidate will so10
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of "
candidate In the contest.


$1.86-Thrm neths' subscription .....................

S *cvortuvr

$9. 50-8ix months' subscription...................... 1,000 votes
$5.00-One yma' Ssbscription .............. ......... 3,000 vote

For a club of five on.year s
For a club of ten six-months'
Thetre i, 4no limitI

$1.00-One year's bubicript
For a club of five one.year s
Thcrtn 110 bliomit

Soliciting votes by candid
Am At An ". I

semse se Wwww

subscriptions (before April 1, 1909).25,000 votes
S' subscriptions (before April 1).. .25,000 votes

3,500 vdS
30,000 "0~

to thilt nuiin ,r of clullh s t.iu-h co(nt t t nt tII i' .1(' ur.'


tion . . . . . . . .. .

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4,000 to0lr

*et .l IIInMU

a witnin 9"w atuFal
distfibuting votes is unds3ired by the PfOP('It&%w







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any times asked
of lhe piw-s was no
I a opprealtm to i
a truveltn alm
UPanss oe the we
i of nilel there was
st bilteilf. hbl horse
of prlirie gras. the
gb its saui by daj
s ioht At flrst the
w11a6, but I soo
Suse who bas llve
tie h with Broad
lerboly mad lna
poe where be couln
l tlewelyl nothinlg bul
of nature and
was a multitude o1
hll to arvuse luntereat
wallsMao meant safety
Sor death, but which
4pgb a naIn Im.denl. nn
many bladles of gp 1s:%
Wwnlel t of the 5,litanr)
WIed prairie. where t!,'
al e Untui:,; I ..t c..i
Sgaoetbhlig wore Ia.. it
W asaythl; I l t! e:1
I had een ~il'tl srret1
b 1 watched street r ,ts. I
Royal lgac;' 'si. and I
m tacked 'Tbhe.s ting
but they all sc- i .t'11 1,.'
B g felt % :I 11 (,t1 ,t::.* *tr

the sut qe dut wa:
le nlvoet ruses of hbi.s s'i
WI ai euer(zgenc') A:d
est reafly d;a i;nr in Iius
hbe IodertaLkel the s., .ti
the conihanmel,'r b1% r.'
Ib the Shp t:f ; 'qu.ad or
i ben r 'f ah"I;Ail, -r i* i
IOBat artlluniy it 6:1a- tlne
Ios tu du o a,. :,*.,
4E0 4 o Ur l%%U .a .1
yeo kdAt lto I e truet t.'.-
that fj.a .r,'d ..ir
as every (c 'i :
TM1-ry beow im-'uiitund rm'.r
11 whal IM .l:lehd a h'Irl
S ongaled. to fki .) anl.il
I every euie'rien y I.
to look cut fur. tij
bi h bore In a ra'e for
remuntt Tller.-fo;rt
i Mlyself well pr,'.ilt l
il d steeds. waltn lit M.:ti
"les in S-uulig idJu
$ma The fact that
OW asabod was another
I lbg Indian. as a sho a
i0e him a clhw to a white
Stihe protimnlity of the
4.0e Of my ruaes ana to
AN a bugler of the* Fifth
Kershaw. who devel-
y for comradeship In
|a lu Kerahaw. after re-
1t1 arMy. bean me. hiletf of
Chi'w. I'm. near I'hll:idel-
t here M several years ago.
SPIqabed. like others. go-
Sla I had only myself

rswftw with me ofteu. as I
"W stry was lnfited with


I a>I

ef Idia'as awh'o& It wasa
~E~~ohes r.ot*.I lu ci1 1: Ios' and

ospkli&4 toy thSav fllubV. Ing

A VVU weeded box ens'






yon. near a little stream of water, with
plenty of grams for the horses to browse
on. and at the same time we were hid
den from view. Toward evening, when
we thought It cr'nvrnivint to continue
, '*r i e0 *. Jrct us v .* n -ere- .)tnit t ,
<'nierge frmin our hiding: pllare a large
hltind of Indinns assembled down the
canyon to camp for the lght. Mount-
ed as they were. It was useless for as
to attempt flrhL tso. morning farther
backward lo the woods. we remained
concealed until they had settled down.
There was no way to get out except a
dash through the Indian village. We
dared not tay till dayltlht, as they

" might ind our trail, aid they would
f have us corralled. so we quietly waited
* until they bad settled down. when we
mounted and sine:aked tw.iard the e41
of the village. where there wi na ue ie
m nue of esca(e. Their faithful di s. tof
.ourse. nlairinedl the ca-nl s. t h!, la'i.
tle could do wait) to nike n d.ash out
* lic-l and fire as qluick as we could.
u1 an l li rItl:,w iU ith hia falitlif'jl l.agle
lilt-w the charge. Iidint. quiet kly
; ;r'uund the village we made anollt-r
Little tlrin'ig at them alnd sounded the
Ilu;:?e thisl at ani,,other I. hit nnd a bugl,'
( I:l.er;e threw tin*i into conufu'ltt
ntavnmideld their lonties., preventetl
their quick iouuiitlig. and bile they
S il':t ill oteC daO e tiiiL bold Ker.- haw an I
m yslelft w'rv ih.::', Ill usnother. N. tu
trailyI. (f (coilr-o,. thi. sgaie lie Indians.
sI misenrhtLin to think < f In the light
\ chilhe we g ,t toI th paosst m l:d i:fortnel
4'*..,ioiel Ito,.sil of the lao-ution and. with
Mlaj,,r lir, v. *n'aiutmin I lieh I.i-tienai
r a.t Ja-lk lI:t.les andd a de(t.actl en'nt ,of
c-!a:ils'y. Wet-l oi: lthe trail. which wka
fe'0Io, s fler tl% id;i Sre r s e*reT ly i irdbi-hl. v;th liut fen
>'ntu.lu;ieiit on our side.
Gettitii frea -l I ima t fvor 'Fo rt S .lr l. i
"t e v r grt, :it!y ianntio.%' l t timn ts t<
our louff.lo Sthe Indians. who in thl';e d.as wier
;. !,'raU'ly out withl the same uolj.et
M ny a hot skirnish or many a run
I' r It as i ne.es,.nry Ituffalo natural-
ly were some di-tlu nce from the fort.
an1di I thought of a irk-k 1b) which I
wouldd give my red brothers a surprise
In a run for It a few miles from lbth
fort was a togbac'k that furnisled ai
giMd defensive Ipo.ition. and I bad
often oot'led that it had a long. deep.
busby ravine. It was lI the nature
al1moat of a natural fortllfcation. 1o I
thought bow I could get them to re-
peat their many attacks on ale when I
ran to this particular piolut from
which I could signal for help to the
fort with hasty grass ras and smokeo
lha talked." Buffaloes were at the
tlue pIlentlful. so I secured Kershbaw
and about fifteen good marksmen.
with provisions for The trial. and start-
**d out before daylight for tbe butUL
Iliding the soldiers In this ravine, we
pruoteeded on our jeurney and bad not
the wagons half fille-d before my
t riker. Bill White. allouitered Indian*
li tlie dlian.ce. "'aid a big band. tloo."
said Bill Away we ent for tbl boktg
b:<'wk. nod It was llckety splitt. with
the lindiats ga:illinig ill' t.' 'erv uii n
UWe ,,.e re.'aIhacd Il thrlolirt our wai.m :oua
alto p.,itilh I|>;I .," ,,ur b f in I"h latus
,,ut f r lIrt:st I' ,irl 4. thren,' ioome
n.frtw ;s. 41t ;i l ;ttlih.-red Up' i'loUe
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In Lt) "I blopidai 4LVWre

aid ouer tifty miles from wood asal
uater Th'i a>b wod mud auler were u a
0.\\r.r ,,untilrJ here there was only
cii iruip a tl, b would furnish descent
miii:, isit alle). and that bad to be
re'.' lited ) tref'ul iattentlun to dir c-

a'.irtin- r-.lrl) ui d atit.ling the point

sofldlerr of the early rampaigL-1s will
sever forlgt. the physical dircomforts
and mental worrylll with ellmatic
conditions far exsrltle theos that d-.
ffteted Napoleoe i hisb winter co-.
palg tIn the refteo about Momow.
I late two or three euampl-. Onf
*Uce or-asine I was out with some of
the Fifth cavalry aundr the command
of Lieutenant Reacbl. a defendant of
ReIlamin Prankllo and a member of a
well known Phladelphia family and,
by the way. a magnlicent young oil.
(er, who In various campaigns showed
a bravery and dabsh that one would
aot aseolate with ble aristocratic tear-
Inl and extreme gentillty. A blizzard
arose. Fortuestely we were near she*-
ter In the shap of some bluffs and
Wattenrd wood. Whe the blizrd
was over it was necessary for ua ti
itr1ike nut nn the p-th of duty Thb
thermnometrr wnq away below ITro and
the Ind 'tftting and sharp
On coming Ierk from the lead to con-
suit with IJeutenant Rastbe I passed
1by ham to cantion the sergeants to look
tout for their men from the cold aod
see that theb dlk not hrome drowsy.
and om my r turn I found lodlratlons
of numotin- nod drowinesi even In
the case of he UeatenaLt. I aro-sed
him and aiqwp:ietd to him to pull thi
self togrtt.r, but le was just Isto th
humor to re'-es.t it Its ,eis i 1,pNo ia
had to take the law ulo isay ownes
bands and shalie tilts upl In tlvely styie
firnt t-':.in,; the prei nutlotis of attiplilna t
hill re xt l:I.r atal iie i i: a it out of til I
re:lis .l4 he did i ol rel staniiid toI ei.
*flfort fit l,, t I f. r-e'. I il ,iliml ,iA. |Iulled hiini frm ils horew and d
used lhinm iu wh.!t onle wou)!< think a
r:ailer rude andi ruch iwasner Ina fa-t
I had to make a pianl Iing: and foot-
ball out of hits, nita h to the astotilsh
Inmet of some of tihe 3-n;1l11 tro ters.
who .ame uTp .itd were' glina; tl< ave'neP.
my apparent di .coirte.y to their otfi-
cer. though somlae of the lltder nlvii ex-
plaiineJ it lt*.ees...,\ l:t li. ;!i: I : < ii I
the I!euite'nai.nt so hI iis feet. antdl while
old iserieiat nd I1'*\wi;f Ilisilhd biu m
alnrg on n !Httle f,,etl rice until we viet
his b!4.- in ri ir, l: I onl i. nUdl s t. over-
.onilng thl- dti:i.r. e e r-'.!ually at
rived safely nt t'e fort
On another ci.'c:ion Awben out with
;eneril nuge;ne'e A. I':rr. \lihb whom I
coustulted aid whb'. by the w :i.v wa
one of the lteSt Inte'd vld ti.E|lUllped
Indiallar ht'r sidl fruineiirM en on
tie rster of the urnir. we lboth eon
eluded that on sacounlt of the isecullar
halmy Ir ordition f lithe wentiher a bliz-
zard would Ie tHIe ne'%t ilingi iit order
So we resolved to strike camp early.
as \\ urre' :he; in a hineak country

Six Nights "Go as You Pisaas" Race.
l3,w many tired fathers and moth-
ers In this town enter this race every
night carryingg a baby? And they
wonder r what the matter Is. Chaaces
are the child is starving worms are
eating all of its food. Most children
have worm--yours needn't. White's
Cream Vermifage will get rid of the
worm, asnd setrengthen the child Price
'. .ists I-er bottle Sold by W. M.

la'.ci by a Puncture.
"I am tn -" iAI ru'sler." mildI the mainll
who wa- v.-;llai: n make story. "and as
I fled dloutl those mouniiltain I outdis-
tanced the l.itte p.' Ilsolt that wans ao re-
lentlesly pi s'Ui nils me. But tht'*.
,.reaturetisq, are o asinlig. To twist Sitelf
Uinto mIsc- s* 6fe f ai'-art wheel was tle
wi'r:. r s. iiiasnteini nitd noItw the py-
IL I 1: id 'i shed1' Faxter asid faster
it i' i,: mllSl'o e tlee'i e rlit ai e Thet.
il.:, ;'" '~' n-- en l:it had ,lI rs.'ii a sharp.
Ja.'ge'I r- '. .iai-l iwusvstii'n- I wui
safe '" l.cir o > s l5 iobl"

i Hiho -, ti i so i: aiid -tuiff. ecid ,s that
ii:.i 4 i1ls li-, Ilnto |ill4issni liota oi oer
;1glit ,i;.. 1i '( kl' < ured l I F io'l .
i oli'I Tair ;nidl it -iithei. inflaum
s.: a.ii it .ini.- hal-sil.. the l nii -. a cili
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Ofices at Crawford & DaisL* Mlt.
blh. Calls aswered dY or *l
Cattle ad dogs all reTeve proipt .


of tlie a ltid w1e hlsl liot ,,ol r r ito
fore ouulil urea |Mlian hls rveisel. Ue
eral t'arr. of coiur. gave orders to
the commandling oBerfm of companies
Into rgnrd to prenvotllg druowanesl ot
the uenE and to quir them to ase of
any of them s eruiblng to the ci.
I shall toks remember that trip for it
was necessary for me to go by the
wind and Dot flinch from it. for is the
blinding blizzard we would all soo he
lont. The direction brought the wnld
against my left ear. at4. ms the storm
soon became so blinding that eves a
black bore could hnot b seem te fet
from the picket ropes, lariat IIr were
scattered along to guide the men, who
kept so close almost as to towlb emb
borne's tall. But I dared set chalet
my position for fear of losing the 41-
rection. so for elhbt bhora I held my
;eft cbheek anud ur aigais the torm
and. of counw. suffered greatly frtnm
frostbite. I dared out dissssaunL Sa
dki many of the otbhrs Grperaml Carr
.-sameif tnal.lung nearly all the dia
taince. leadlug his birw. I bad staffd
my ear with a piete of saddle bIaiket.
but notwilbthtadlng that tie eardrum
was furoap. and fr a lime It gave me
Intense paln and ifferlng. and up to
the present day It has quite affected
my bearlng on that side. But by thit
pertinacity we re ped ttw gap. sad
when I had made the point suceam-
fully and the descent down Into the
,an.von became assured there wee
never 1.50W0 men who let out mheb
yells and paeans of joy
On another ocrashon I hnd a very try
lgi exilrience when general Penroe's
c';it':ind thad ltein 'ent to reconnoiter
the turrtouAndlng autiry bly ;.neral
Sherhlaln and were krtiown to hn.lve been
somieAihere In a btlliard Not hearintag
from t!"'ln ftor neverall d ayvs. we knew
they vwe.r- up n;galint It. lhut as all
tr:lle we're' 'it-cred :atl ioliterated by
the drif.; i: %int, It n% n serious
I i''i: > to ;it'v l 1t4'-::n I.'.r-il ('arr. of
*. fur 4. r '>Ul I! l 1 its sleh ina the mat-
t.'r. aintd lit' r-elai e Ile Inl, ele t In de-
t:wil In "( :rr't I 'atj,:-logn" of my suc-
.,' iIn I ; tit:g tliie uen. In this tI -
stnne. kniiwit."g in what direction they
had gone. I lh::d to travel Offteqn mlles
to find a ridfe that they would cro.s
iand that tie storm would blow the
snow awn from and leave bare Fol.
lowing this ride for five miles or
more. I found the trail of their horse.
nnd wagesni, whbcr, they bad crossed
rnde ly the hboof tracks located the di-
retiloti In wblh they had gone. I sw-
.ei'ded In reaching then. snowed Ia
n':d In a terrible conditlon. for every-
thing bad ltw'( ratenf up to sm'h so
extent that t h I; rs"# -4,d muhle- had
eaten the .i i *s and til. e<- en'-b
other P. tii- In-: the next day. relief
was wvet. and the command became
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lulo WhPORTiRsa

__h What Is Ge.

Bom f toe City.

SElectric Theatre

gg at luthlbrordf"

S3Merton of WIlliston
Wiimrs. day and night.
Theatre: 'Dakota
p !i See him.
paid to alaes'
m Reiotarant.
aWgg a d swiss cheese
W. 3. Dorsey & Co.
s Bto sre to see and
heetric Theatre to-

ill Mm. road master of
b y ome to South Florida

gf the Coast Line. left
&lra bwlibess trip over his

IL ems of Haynesworth is
igla Iher brother.. I.. :
m, ee of the substantial
ill Cse. was among the
to city yesterday
left yesterday for
where he will tspiend the
days on business.
IAl "The Late Mr. onese"
mb ite Monday. the xth. ait
)i Reserved ieat. .'oc'.
LUrw. who iS a meminIber of
i tsoiml Suree. ii among
visitors to Gainesville
1=rl of Hague returi-d to)
i SO Ily, havhlg (liiii>leted
: 0a witness at the' court

USA. who ha. been .tten'd-
ai t here as a witness.
BSie bh0me at Santa Fe' ye,

Ogedy. of the clean. quiet
ltMe Mr. Jones" has few
A'ae who enjoys fuun will

SL6 after a short visit to
har lett yesterday for
Be will proceed from
Ws his turpentine farm in

'eaH-Bh ie hating the build-
eccupied b) the bottling
1 91ided preparatory to
SMi0rant busltne I bI'ilng

S. ilght. the merchaulnt of
Vie I rtilang his numerous
Pi Galebville yesterdayy lie
iltft leading it4illness nilen of
litm and i.ll *'A Lt : t.\ till,

SW. B (kxliwiaii rrn. in- the'
dlayily and sill Pilend the re'
OW 1 th(e winter here She
F116ed here and has a large
Sbl redsa and acquaintances'
WlaM to again welcome he.r to

Friela %

The ~

nwtlil i
the *

vsand Haturcliy mitiglits. i
1. at thf, Electric Tlwa.:ro,
Villun '% fiis(uild AIllI t tlii-
oil at :~'t' W koc athe fr*'etiory.
flne' for lsincheooti pe'.iit but
Il. f-4 11111 b'rand l III*Ii
'& (C41
!45earanlg.ni alid wite' tor Ka-
t~er. -an if Ip(itiK.t he it Irs 4to

cuits of iste'ik I '1 (cfot- per

Ig ,:id. d ier. ,1 io a'ir. Iart of ,;ty
J C(' letts. tl.Iphonie 221.
Sa:te,'l almonds amid Iamatitil- iJst
the properr arti-le ftor %tour e ntitain
inents a. IN)r, y & Co
Mrs. S A Auldersin of While
Slprini is in In the city a a guest of
her sister. Mrs H G NlMaonm
I ,'r T a'l t I I-, I.il N" r
.lh.n -. thl o-l.. r.ti I ian ** on it ie ii '.;
You cannott help lan hivg at it
If your purew emrnilits Indulge in the
lint. 'We offer unexcelled table -oard
for $8 pger week. The Ilrown House.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills. fever. colds and lagrippe.
Price 26c. Sold by W. M. Jolniaon.
James Means of Mclntosh was a
visitor to Galnemvillle Thursday. lie
is one of the truckers of that place.
Marshal B. T. Arnow has been depu-
tized to take the Brooks boys and the'
two negroes to Atlanta lie will leave
this morning for that purpose.
Mrs. Fred Cubberly of Cedar Key.
was among the visitors to the clio.
yesterday. having conie up to visit
,her husband, who i.s attending court.
and also on a shollpinlg exi dition.
M11ss Id3 MllDonell l'ft ye-terday.
for Lakeland. where she will be the
guest of Miss Eva Ilryant for sonie
time. She will also visit the State
Fair at Tampa before her return teo
the cit.\
The magniflenit Everett-Grand pi-
ato1i now being used lby the I;bl,' Con
ference In the Talbernacle is for sale'
at a bargain. Apply to A R. Harper
Piano Co.. lilt; Main street. Jackson.
Vlle. Fla
Dr. H llerzog. who has been spend-
inug the ipat few days with the hunt-
inlg party at Trentou. returned to his
Ilome here yesterday. He reports tht.
camp hunters enjoying themnielves im-
niensely in the woods

W. BI. Taylor. of the Baird Hard-
w'ire Company, left yesterday for a
shbort business trip to Ocala This
company does an extensive business
n that section of the State and he
was called there regarding a large
-'ontract now on.
C B. Ritter of Palatka is in the cit.
looking after the management of The
New Baird Theatre in the absence of
Louis Kalbfeld. who In looking after a
show in the Gem C(ity. D). R Kline is
also here to look after his part of the
business as stage manager.
Attention is directed to the new ad-
vertimmenent of Crawford & Davis;.
which almears in today', pailwr This
is one of the oldest liiery firms in this
section of Florida and annually does a
large business When in need of any
thing in their line remember them.
Dr. A. E. Cline. veterinary surgeon,
has opened offices at Crawford &
als"' stables and solicits a share of
the public business. lie is a graduate
of the Kansas Veterinary College and
is here to practice his profession
Calls answered day or night. Horse.
dentistry. cattle and dogs all receive
prompt a' titlon


Fir Fancy Livery of All Kinds

j he Horses and Mules, Buggies and

Wagons, Harness, Whips, Laprobes

Y O this -ih '," f,,r ti,. tue r.i l .,f jil i, -T,,, I, NE>S
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S.: Gainesville, Fla.


Kirby Smith Chapter Hold Enthusi.
astic *esslon Thursday.
The larmst and mno-t intere.tillni
n'-etini of Klrty Smith Chanpter I Ii
In learnn a .~ hueld Thirsdi. aa til he
horli of .Mr Ii II %lMf'rear on I'Li-t
Iile.prty street
The' newly elected olficeri ereT iin-
Ktalle'd at this nme'eting. and twhelde%,
the regular routine cif w ork one' niie
ni ter There, were, aliso three' ie-w ail|l-i
cateions reeov.i ,d for nl-.nitlMerhil.
which aillil lw acted iuiixn ait the next
The re'imjort of the secretary showed
that all dues< had btenn laid for the
, ta-t ,,ar and t'Ci ch pt, r ha- a nic',
' l; UK It 1 t


Rev. W. P. Price of Missessippi
Preachd Last Night.
The ilI) :,, tudv which has bet'in in
progress at the conference uiider the'
able leadli rship of Rev. Geo. K. (Guille
wan concluded yeslerda.. and that
gentleman departed in 'he afternoon
for his home at Augusta. Ga havinil
made' n:any warm friends here Alio
extend their best wishes for his future

No afternoon services were held at
the Tabernacle,. ut toa large. audienc.
last night Rev. W. P. Price delivered
an interesting discourse Rev. Price
is from Jackson. Mips and will be
with the conference until Sunday. Ie-
liaering three sermons every day until
that tinme

To Form Society for Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals.
The ladies. desire that all persons,
intter..-ted in th. protection of dumb
animals meet at The hDutton Bank at
::' :." im Saturda). February 6th. for
the plurlpoe of organizing a society for
the prote-ction of the dumb beasts.
It is hoped that all lovers oi God'.
dumb creatures will attend this meet
Eng. as the, nece..ity for such an or
anizaution in our cit) is apparent to
t. er. ont.

Locates at Bronsan.
Dr B M Tison and family will
l.ave today for ironson. where they
will make their future home The Doc-
tor. who ha. been out of college for
the past two years. has decided on
lronson owing to the location being
clo*e to his home. and he will not
go among the people there as a total
stranger. During the intervening time
he practiced medicine In the western
part of lradford county. but decided
to make the move so that his field
should b larger in which to follow
his profession as physician

Auctaen Sale Here.
The Southern Realt) and Auction
Company who have Just succeeded in
disposing of a large number of lots
at Worthington Springs. will place an
auction sale on in this city of West
Liti-rty streets lots about the 17th
inst They are li- e wires when it
coiiie' to hanidlinl hInd. and will intro-
duce. a new feature at the coming sale'
Itesides givii g asa) presents they aln
ounce the crying of the sanie lot with
two auctioneer, at the Isame tlilne in
thlie same \nic- ()Go out ittid join the
,i ,owd

Funeral Here.
I~laia. L. t~tki.earo ej ,,i l at of Mr
I.iai Mr. -'Vimeiak A KeNot farir

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Notice of DOssolution

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Capital, $75,000.00 Srpls, $17,WK.74

W. R. THOMAS, Prekidmt 0. K. BROOME, It VIePmi
E. D. TURNER, Cmhirr W. B. TAYLOR, 9d ViPlw,

H. F. IDuttJn, J. G. Nichols,
J. B. lPadett,

J. A. Manhaby, M. Veable, W.
0. K. Broom, W. B. TaYler.

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teh tInserlio. bet so adverUst
iet take for Wa tea Man et. SBx
words make a Ulie; e tractloal fes.
every word over eac sIx oou.tlg as
ia. addttlral litn. CASH la advance
must accompany l order or eier
Uont tL ts cnlua

FOR RENT-rive-room cottage. Ap
ply i Uberty street


LOST--Half-grown potter dog;
**(1 brown siiotted; named
W I. Hill


FOKR SALK -Hull terriers; pedigreed
stock, al,.olutel) dead game; the
twbt watch dutO or companilon. and
fastest fl.hting dol ou earth. Cor-
resiponden'iie solicited. Hurnett Ken-
ai I- K:noaillle. Tenu

The want ads. do more real estate*
business than all other brokers eco
bled- in fact. they "start" most of
the buslneas that tie broken and
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copy anid 6r"aort s 5 6861
son offic.
FOR BALD-IHeseawl 10
hawt Main and Dobrv G4S
Apply at DIOY 8M awes.
FOR SALID-God smuth e hum
mice rubber-tkWlridh AwpplyP.OCL
Box No. IM6

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