Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01569
 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 6, 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: VID01569
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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y. -o sad whcb was aboadoned
alter the beard and former Mayor Eu-
gne IL ehmits were called to Wasbh.
b om and had several conferences
wth& rPiuseat 3l eveol t
Twu BINS WeeO Der ebd
OGome L. Johasm's bill rompetllng
J poese to attUsd a*parate public
esbels passed by a vote of 48 to 26.
Mr. Jemhasm's ether Uils preventing
lm ftmem belag members of board
4 dbetors a ad restrietng them in
r.l..m districtss at the option of
baaA aof amimmlor, were defeated.
the 9Imr by a vote of 54 to 16. The
IOtr maiN failed of passage be.
noa of a ate vote. the friends of the

red .tymme vote. Roll can aal-
y sb d 3 n to 37. after a eaU of the
Hns. and several chaageN from aye
to m sad tice versm. The principal
domarty altor the romisatal so the
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dataa Wi e o reeaesNered.
'at -a-- -1a ali a because t at
I q Wembi Aaes Veto.

ers aere h vi ated the treaty he
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One Witness Had Seen Him Drag His
Wife from House By Her Hair
and Boet Her.

UNION. 8. C.. Feb. .-Interest In.
creases in the sensational Joes maur-
der case now on trial here. Judge
Memminger yesterday ruled that any
evidence as to threats by Joaes on
the life of his wife and evidence as
to their relationship since their oc-
cupancy of their new home begat
three years ago would be allowed.
This is regarded as an Inning for the
prosecution and much sensational
testimony will be brought out soon.
Mrs. Whittock swore to seeing nu-
merous bruises and scars on her sis-
ter. Jones' deceased wife. during life
time, and told how. during a visit to
her sister shortly before the alleged
murder she heard Jones and his wife
cursing In the room which Jones and
his wife occupied, and a sound as if
someone had been knocked down
Witness asked Jones to be good to her
sister, and she referred to an Inci
dent when he had taken his wife from
a school exhibition and on the way
home had beaten her with bottles. He
said he would rule his own house
A negro testified that Jones Invited
hbli to dine with him and Mrs. Jones
waited om the table. The negro ob-
Jected but Jones told him It was all

Numerous witnesses testifed to
various stances of Jones' alleged
brtal treatment of his wife and dlifer
t perseas had smn many brdses
sad searsn a her body alleged to have
been the remlt of his blows. One wit.
Mses tetlUeod that he had seen Jones
drag his we by her hair from the
house sad wip her.
The tao ay close Its case this





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uthlutins That They Had lean TI,

pered Winh-Jor Wbltworts Cas

NASHVILLE. Tenn.. Feb. 5.-When
an early adjournment was taken yes-
terday in the trtl of Col. Duncan II.
Cooper. RobilP. Cooper and John I).
Sharpe. charged with the murder of
I. W. Carmack. the Jurors passed for
the trial of the case had been reduced
from II to 10 by the removal of Juror
Whitworth ay a new venlre of .500
taleomen had'been ordered summoned
for appearance Monday and from
these both the State and defense exl
press the hope that the two jurors
necessary to complete the trial will
be secured.
When court opened Judge Hart said:
"There have been intimations in the
press that the jury list has been tam-
pered with I ish to say that the
Jury box from which the itItae are
drawn I. i tthe custody of (Circuit
Clerk Lewii HiIL The names in it
were pl.,' d there two years ago I'
renaihn, -,.aled arid is controlled hy
Hitt. who was Carma'k's campaign
manager. I make this statement iv.
justice to everyone concerned."
Was Against Patterson.
Ju.ge Hlart seemed to feel v, ry
deeply the insinuation that this was
an effort made to get men on the panel
friendly to the defendants. Very few
if any in the room had heard of such
a charge. which was sent to the judge
in the form of a clipping from an out-
of-tewn paper.
The court then drew the new venire


Object to the Award of Prize for Es-
say on Loe.
BATON ROUGE. La.. Feb. .-A
vigorous protest has gone up from the
Louisiana division of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy against
the award for $100. a prize offered by
the organization of the Daughters for
the best eEtsay dealing with the life of
Rvbert E. Lee, to Mi s Cbriltlae Uoy.
son. a student at Columbia universityy
The subject of the winning essay
was Robert E. Lee-A Present Day
Estimate The Louisiana Daughters
claim that it abounds In misrepre-
sentations and reSections on the

.and sent for Juror Whitwonrtk 7
latter was asked to explatim hai
mark that he was against Gov. Pat
i* said I was aganist him bees
of his abuse of the pardoamiag Ip
anjd In turning criminals loo.-
Judge Andteron of the .&fla
cross-examined the Juror.
Whitworth declared he woulM a
prefer to ewcalpe service. but deams
any blas.
No Disgrace for Whitwert -..
The court then briefly reviewed ls
charge. \He held that the claia tn
the Juror had maid that the defoedm"
Should he hanged was controvert
On the second -charge that he had M
that Gov. I'att.rson had a hand ielf
killing, the judge held that the Jmr
did not deny it specifically enough.
"Therefore." the court conclude,
I deem it best to excuse Mr. Wh>
worth frm tht. jury."
The State objected strenuously of
(te.rlared that the court's action wya
!i .credit and disgrace Whitwi ,
Judge Hart hastened to say that
was no ground for such a staeagg
The State continued to fiht tWl*
c(ison and in lengthy speeches sam
to change It without avail. Court th
adjourned until Monday. when th *d.
forts to secure two more jurams B
be resumed.

Read the want ads. la todaV ift

South. Miss Boyson is from MI-P
The judges of the contest were o .
E. A. Alderman. president of the Ua
versity of Virginia; Dr. Alphai
Smith. formerly of the Luuln
State University. and Dr ait d
New York |'nle.rsity
A committee was named to lBa106
gate and bring the matter before lt
officers of the national orgasiastia

As advertising finds the bout 0rtM
for everything else, why not or I
personal services?

Subscribe for The Sun and vet OM
your choice in the plao einmiL

L U ., P,. 9 F L-Th. adto.
e Me-e MU8 ditrict,
Si. t amse haven aar
SSit Mo pe past co of ndam

lw ai am amo on young
Ii Ihe Asaa of the itty,
M 100Ot a deise ree oft
llapl oathe s u eso a stil
a eo le a stsg eaderer-
SMN ham"ga that Mods but
iton make it ea forth
Wabi km.
P oawme beMieveat ia Mack
a M e a ested I the raid
Slthey have lths m
Sem geImrslu0g the Ier o
VL MeUlee was identbed
as the gr o seen running
66 Nmlbs ses o* the most re--
iN 1 oa Miss Ida O'Neill, the
hB af li sMaWs, who gave a do,-
* o f0 the eMp worm by her as-
W that St the tbod sear worn
WM Ose- Mwever, the polie, are*
mi-the se=ch hek SeoNmployed
A gesMtmal amwrrests are

AM"S ahol yesterday ma
WasMartNIs. molord to
S. ais the Weerster pe
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trie are moving to the suburbs to get
away from the scene of the trouble.
The authortlee have sent out de-
coys la the troubled section In an ef-
fort to catch negroes who have been
molesting white women. Young men.
dressed as women, and armed with
back-jacks. walk through the district.
hoping to have the guilty negroes ac-
cost or attack them.
A report was made to the pollcet last
Bight of an attack on a girl In the
Lawrenceville district of the cit).
about two miles from the Herroun illl
section. Margaret lilossing. aged In
years. alleges that a negru came to
the house where she was enmploed
late yesterday, and when refue-d tht.
keys to the automobile garage choked
biar and bit her over the head with a
steel bar. The girl was not se-riously
injured and the police have be-'tn un
able to capture the assailant Itecaube
of this, the authorities hate increased
their vigilance In that district mate.
really fearing a repetition of the iHer
run Hill trouble.

eolieitila for Good Cause.
Mrs. A. V. Cherry aad Miss- essie
UpA. two ladles from the Btbhlehem
Odhlna Home stated s"ar Mean-
v lC. a.. were In the ty all of yes-
t- as1y takag shertwto t ha
tm i, ther T moW with a liberal
selem gWm peopmeOd depart-
ed WeS sawPe.

MEMPHIS, Tenn., Feb. 5.-Follow-
Ing a daring hold-up on a busy thor-
oughfare yesterday. Henry Morton. a
negro armed with a revolver and with
pockets filled with ammunition. ran
amuck firing repeatedly luto street
cars and houses and at ledestrians
and terrorized a sect ion of North
Menmphis before he was hhot to death
by police and citizens.
After relief lug aunoth'r negro of a
bundle of hides Morton e.nde-A~ured to
force a trade with a i.rslAic-. dealer
at the' point of his alI-tail Failinai he
teent a confederate to tmxx)t. but lItli UI-lI.d tsIefurre the. ar
l al otf tili.i pisol Th,' i. grot % si- nil
all. liMSatlcd ;)oal.4il .a -i.a ', i ca l, ut
ats an offi, r aippreak ii h di he juiilip. 4i
froitn l t .r lt'riig lllndl) ,. o. ral
t1111i An he raill h, e l.lctllia ilu d to hi.
A < aI r II .11 i ll- a, ti1 i h t i, .,

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battle alate'r 'Tsuco % *,.& apa.ltcr ilic ?3ii altle-h
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Now so" dThsoatr
Thomb. r, PVMV and *ufurd,
paL 4.5,6-3m Jh nd (bmpaaet.
WIAb 10- T he Lae rMr.
#v rhm Ie.Hudgln. and (buie.
PO, &we%* Gwhse GOmar&..
glesotrt Theatre
Aw Mj.Wng Ikelivres., .tvooA offergpvw x
md nuh, erz&V Sunday.

At The Salrd Theatre.
Thas. who witnessed the perform-
se of MIss Eva Ray at The New
A19W4 Thatre laut alght were even
more bewldMered than the audience on
the Ispi Mlght. as the work of this
waefrhljy- gif yong woman seem-
ed deeper. If pssIloe, than at her
The eaiat work of Mias Ray.
whh bi gives before a committee
a eltlues directly upoM the stage. Is
ti best seem a Otesvile la years.
Thes who vou teered to go apon the
taem aid "aslst" ti the various
ea ma ted with t a work
At ait were In "total darkness."
Me CeL. Chubb sad others on Thurs-
day evehig, as ftr as an explanation
f "hs it ws dse" Is commeerd. Col
CMbb was them again last night, but
he hsa aand ead farther effort In
malving tk mydo ry. L. J. Barkhim is
metbwr Of hteWiklewed mas.
MaN quesatiom were answered dur
-g the twelve minutes that Miss Ray
teared ar the somnolent spell.
amsa FPlrence ArnoldM h proven
a tavedrte here by her beautiful saln-
tas. Me was eacored several time
last alght.
This afters.a a special matinee for
adies ealy wll bhe ive. beginning
at 3:3 e'dflek. wh Miss Ray will
ieawor astlsms of a private nature
Sralw aimses. ThMa *daindon to the
ainS6 w be S emeuto bam.
The eoamar will wmnolad their en-
pWsm thue teaght.

@11Mul Theate
To Amn display of moving
*aa Iast aliht at the Bleetrir
ewas enmbmeeod into pleasure by
so p imswe of "akeota Bob." who
s ali* Smd In his paper orma-
n1a. The labg crowd that were
*I iSt&were ivh in their emne-
etl ot his fats, and his peculiar
l of dressing and Western free
way of spaerg evidently took with
This afteroom he will ive a Chil-
drea's ouarlval at 3:0 o'leock. giv-
kg a pressat to the girl and boy w ho
m*meds In masking the most words
eat of the letters spdlla "Electrict
Thiatra'" He will appear for the last
time at the exhbtion of pctrem to.
Iht, and promlaes to give the audi-
eam a meatlio they will appreciate.
"I NighOte "so as YeM lease" Ra*.
Mow maay tired tdthers ad moth-
wae i this to.w enter this race every
Mt earryina a baby? And they
Wrder what the matter Is. Chances
are the child is starving-worms are
eatian all of its food. Most children
have worna-yours needn't. White's
ra Vermifuag will get rid of the
worms and strengthen the child. Price
35 oents per bottle. Sold by W. M.
Funeral of Littie Imo.
The funeral services o er thl- re
mains of little Elmo. infant oun of
Mr. and Mrs. F A. Koux. occurred at
the cemetery yesterday aftmrlioon.
Rev. V. R. Brldges olfflclathl ThIe
re alns were imet at the train hby a
large number of friends and aeuilainAt
acea of the family and eK'-ort-d to
their laut restinl llace,

Second Carload Stock.
S M l~al returned to th,* tt1
yesterday from the m narktia, or 'F.- ii ts,
**m. where he bha, l-n for li.t ,ur
inMjf of purchasinig auother carloadl
it stock. This I ltc se oind nl car purchased within a I11mot1h. asid it
bhows that the-) hu av 1 a pl. C i) |-ut
wina isou after the. aeti.aI of their

For COLDS and GR!P
Hicks CAt'lA llIN; bI the t.t remue
ly- reliever th aching ald firlah
ea --curvs the l could and rUstres
Aormal cetoditouus it's liquid cffti
amediately. Ih' 2. anud 64c at drug

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,omtre miur he his
Th a *dre icW t
bIf seo. an iae ma a we istemse ere whm. da nke a
wm Mk is AwAh-Dr.e iere wih may oseep oMediay te. Oeh dldso-stSed
"wmew vimed ntio iby seek rci, elt of stamp wad er di seAe
of dnel w ..d s stwed aioestim aid -meie k. Dineooes sad

eaas. 1 at ilin seete. Saed ied>Oe WSam@ by the pasoufDr.e

ik fi paper so- or 31 ta lN 9,r eMe cloth-booed vol. e .
Pm. AGoddrms Dr. V. feee. Bl. n wk or -_ssd sa-.l i'
bIw m her orelie la a dismeoed*adie of 6 t9s etmersh and
e01er oea m of digealesi d I-er-io--an e lred ae.
I'a*e, e"o e Ae a e a ...t. ,s".___-.
*79 sadire& stoar lre &. st stem.
Ory4 Awar.-Dr. Pierce' m lios Seams, Medical Adviser,
aw revised Edition, is sevt x receipt of stamp to pay
expease o ceiling **ey. S"e stoe-cat stemps for the
book iI paper covers, or 31 for de eloth-bouad vol.
ams. Address Dr. R. V. Pie.-ee, Bue'alo, N.Y.'.

I The shooting fraternity was delight
ed yesterday when it was announced
that the "Annie Oakley-Maxwell
squaad" of the Union Metallic Cartridge
Co. apd the Remington Arms Co
would give a free exhibition shoot
here Friday. February 12. at 3 o'clock.
Annie Oakley was for 17 years the
leading attraction of Buffalo HBlll'
Wld West Show. She performs prac-
tically every feat possible with shot
gun and rifle. During the sumnm-r of
198 while a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Stone. Anmie Oakleh made a
world's record with a high jaower rifle.
h!tUng 1.016 1%-inch brass discs
thrown In the air at a distance of 21
teet. without a miss, using a gtem. .2.)
cal. autoloading rifle. At the same
place, a few weeks later, the shot at
500 targets. 17 yards distant. breaking
483, ausng U. M. C. shot shells ex-
clusively. and a Remington shotgun.
She is assisted by Geo. Maxwell and
Frank Butler.
Mr. Maxwell is one of the greatest

trap shooters in the country today.
Last year he broke 95.2 per cent of
10,000 targets, which places him near
*he top of the best shots In the world.
He broke more targets at the last
Grand American Handicap than an)
other of the 320 contestants.
Frank Butler is one of the best
known living shots. lie has shot in
fourteen different countries.
It l to Ibe hoped that sutficient in.
tere.-t will Ib- aroAs.ed to jwrfect aun
ort.inizalion of a local gun club.
Exhibition to be held west of Hon
Franlk (lark- re.idence. ont a vacant
Everyblxd.) lnvited Shooters. bring
your guns. and enter into this lnterest-
ing spoRt.
"Generally debilitated for years.
Had sick headaches, lacked ambition.
was worn-out and all run-down. Bur-
dock Blood Bitters made me a well
woman."-Mrs. Chas. Freitoy, Moos-
up. Conn.

Sm by b ird Hrdwa Co.











ainesville Fuorit Ci
Oaineville. PUoe.

Horses ad Mules

Just Arrived -


All Tennemve tock and lesonally w
Ikt-tl tby Mr. Davis. on.'w and take s
look at tlwin, wlwthelr you lbu" oraot.
larme, WagomnI a.'l BuXw' for 8eb.

Davis & Oliver
(iainwwvilie, Florida

Breads, Cakes ad
._...Pies I

Having repaimre&d renovated OW
Bakery, we are now WrepArid t0oisa
y00 exiceitv*rit ,i IHave our Ws'
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Oeamd Shipment. When He
p sWed Under Arrest
sat uxpress* O*ce.

a young negro of this
igrested Friday mn)rniing by
i Wl J. B. Douglass on the
g 4 ry as he applied for a
jugg." shipped from J. J.
S Jacksonville to the name
W. Smith.
i been in a small way a
d i rlery going on here for
e. which the officers have
at work upon, and it i.
W-t the arrest of Delose will
o the practice for some
O* at least. Forgeries
VWWW se W. R. Thomas for a
a W. G. Shebee for a

*1 M that DeBose would forge
and order boose on them In
Sse Smioth, afterwards apply-
se esprs company with a
Weer for the package. )
jaWaWay gotten one package
I this manner, but as Mr.
hI learned of the fraud he
dMs eomd order and was on
for the party who would
the package, with the re-
fl vIose is now behind the
japc ated another negro by
as- e C. C. Wilson. who was
i- sMtdB yesterday, and they will
to explain to the judge


Wr J. R. Mout ,aery.
a t, MM et in the north-
Oinm of the cdty, wI totally

o the s ...ma r-id
im the homen woe domed be-

Sb h we ia IorI-- as Rev.
bt it i not knwa bhow
started. All the A 6

wel wainmd for a sna

*A fTabersuie"
1s uwas a great day at the
i Dr. Price spoke in the
/--- ae the Bible and Evangelism.
S lirmsea on the Evangelic
mi at night he preached a
SeeIMs, bearing on the same
Dr. Priese Is lateresting very
MIad devout The congrega-
m growingg at each service, and
r1 last arvlce. which will be
hldat, the large auditorium
u 0 bt be filled to Its capacity.
Is hold avail themselves of
atheas great sermons on his
I-P-t all themes. Evangelism.
S-. wi, be only one sermon to-
*M^;l p. a. Don't miss It
i- d In tthe Home will be the

1*0 4ow* -


I m anbcholy. probably caused by
Ii~is*ve liver. A bad liver makes
L U and Irritable, causes mental
k 0Ildeal depression and may re-
A laatroUoly. Ballard's Herbine
% jW-lsdged to be the perfect liver
OSB-M' Itif you're blue and out of
S ie 1 s bottle today. A positive
b, li ous headache, constlpa-
Ih.P and fever and all liver
Sold by W. M. Johnson

Chinee Flat Neses.
F BChanes mother." the ethnoluo
s5e1dalned. 'carries bTwr I.al* ii a
4 her back. The babe's 6,'se
i agaiot l her IrPaiy I Iuld .lt)
.* S I Ubtbo"lH IIO t IlhNl43d. tI,'. lit
1 11'I loft audl ualIlaliehh li., 'i
al t t g Iti s uU.r'n l.., l
ki i o w gW d,-r. I Uit. th.at tith
Sta flat A,,, ij r e,.:''

Toe Much.
i M e, sai t M *L lsla -1) w$ t hI
1"tl U tlguid-F after sukLiig :a
tbia U 1 ,-.hour. I|l>ag i C f,,,e r ,Iof I
b t tO hatW e it niirijlt-.l I t.
l idel was ouo, toui mu I "

otB" OiLtthiig at %Ih only a
4 oa do for you today?



By Boiling Grease-Skin All Cam*
off One Side of Face and Head-
Tried an Ointment which Made It
All Fester- Wee Sufferer Seer.se
Disfigured for Life.


"Ahout a rear anid eight menth$ ago
my baby. am"1 ten monthh. was c:ttsia;
on the mat b.(lde the fen er and we e-r.-
preparing the Irweakfast wt-en the frvitng-
tan full (i boiling rnw % as upit. ai,
nt all over one s the thalv's
far" and head. One (f the family ran
and wiped the amid with a towel. and
you may think what a mesm he made.
pulin the entire skin off. We took her
to a eut who told us to get a doctor,
which we did. He tended her a week
and ve me mne stuff like lard to put
on. ut it all fewtermd and I thought
the baby was disfigured fur life. A
woman close beside told me to try
Cuticurw Ointment. I used about three
boxes and it waawondeful how it healed.
In about five weeks it was better and
there wasn't a mark to tell where the
scald had been. People useed to ask me
If that was the baby that was scalded
and they would hardly believe me when
I told them she was and what cured her
face. Her skin s just like velvet and I
have never been without Cutiura since.
Cutieum cured thUue other children cl
rtngwo besides, so I have good cause
to for what has doe. Mrs.
Hare, 1. Ie r St.. South Shields. D-
ha. Ean March 22,. 190S.

Wold's Pafv eiit BmMiMlnt.
A aiglbe ananting with Cuteurs Olat-
at.1P F 11 Aby a hot bath with Cuti-
cr Soap ad followed la the s eoen
eams by a doma of Cutleura PUi. is aftde
eum ieat to afford -s, dla d riWf in
the msot dist mtg form of orturig.

permit rs and sleep and point to a
spsedy eur tIn the majority of aseM,
when all es" fae.




Interested Parties Are Keeping Plan
Quiet, S&t Werk Will Seen COm.
meoe onem t ilidltoW

Plans for the erection of another
lee plant for Gaineeville have been
completed, and It is understood that
work will commence on the building
within a very short time.
Nothing definite could be learned
from the promoters of the proposed
plant, but It It s generally understood
that the plant will be a large one and
will have a capacity of twenty tons
of ice per day. which will give Gatles-
ville three factories, with a total ca
pacity of seventy tons of Ice dally
The location of the new plant will
be near the Intersection of the two
railroads, at the foot of West Main
street where the factory of the om4
Galnesvllle Ice Company was formerly
Very few of the gentlemen com-
posing the new company are known.
but it is known that sufficient capital
is interested in the project Ut, extend
the company larger If neceisa-.. and
they will nut depend upon the field
here. but will rechb out in all sec-
tions of the State for tIusine-.
The new plant will be in opra-
tion for bome of the buslue- the
coming buumer.

Tablets. Druggists refund money if
It falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'8 sig
nature is on each box. LaN.

W atit adafrtibing is a force which
)(u aan ltarnet., and with bich you
canl drl'e your plans aed purpo-tr
to anf. de-ired destnatfee
S t" d brinx results.
go,, "\t'anit" ada brinx resltiU.

is superior to pills and tablets as It
does not gripe or nauseate. Why take
anything else? J. W. McCollum & Co
Elsewhere' appears an adlertisemen(
of the Alachua County Abstract Com-
panr,. shich It the oldest established
conuceru of Its kind ln the county
They hase ret.'ently eleclt.d new of
f',re. and thel' solicit a ,hare- of the.
jipuli t, roiage
Fil.) b Hlnt-i and Tar c-ar, the' air
la,.ag .,s- ., *- the. irritation In the-
th rat. ,.ioit h.I th, Ii lant wd r iieint
htr., N,~- s i t .* t l '- t o1.--'illt ett'#g- c ightl
il.-. p..l-l r io A -S r ;e ld s* inlaiu d luI K -
.tr. h .ill e ;i '.tl -tr. netietho 1 ;1i14l thi
'i e. lii l% ki t I g I K illI ,- l tIltI I i
l wv i,.a kik K' I %" M. ('olli ni & t',

Ayt'rr's Ilair % hwor 6 ,..aiap-u .J Iof!1.t 11 JI 'I -kW :.'jt rn %,Oium eh"oI, Cap@&.
cUM,2 1,ag ( akh-PI,.It L .t w .11. IPt 1'.011 jt.a i ~t: k .1Us"s In&rcdmil in this
hint). Akyu u tF d i.^ it I 3V 1 11 I Li. L i.AII 10441. a hair tonic.



Fire Company

Too Late to Save the Hmuse
SIs a fomili-r item in
the newspaperS. Is
shoulidl be a warning to
thiote Who have pro-
crastinated( not to take
OtIt a policy whell it is
to) late, sO that the


it I lls

wlay re'al Ill your
c(ive~red4 by insur-
ill oJlt'tof thle best

c'>liiJ d llit 'p.

L M. CUSIMAN, Apot, ainesvih, Flmb





Price Will Probably Reach High Mark ASR
of 34 and $7 Next Week-The
Cabbage Crop. "M M M yROMV Aws B -"W IM M
___ Cp. In e i ee 0 yemses, w sbeebr the oi-m-A- o
smi rs bem b mase mkeweb r
Gain*,-i.l;' canva lettuce growers. ma g IIa ne M e Mw
,r,. wu r.eainag a harv.t on (mthe crop AM_ -uAe--- d -Ne
a id the< next( fre w,.k of the market ADU C--aterftsq-, _Ial---4- in--t m--.t a
I. *'.xrt.d to I.e gcod for the. large xerI s t_ -- tat t-- e w i i ..- nea *
Unrlpr of gr)s, ri that plant regu- r.
larly und.-r ranias and who always
haka hit during February and What CASTORIA
M a h.n .nWhat Is QASTORIA
Practically all of the lettuce hat O NII a bat ..n.ow.._%_ i
t14 0- iihii'ip d from the i'outhern part D-- a" a- k 91 P1111 1 1
of the State. hence the situation is '' ----- E
nearl' controlled just at the prevent t lit t IsO Is e2 WVa '.u
tine by the farmers who haic e the ami NG-_. ft i ns I
protection of canvas and they wel- t .
come the rise in price witb a very Ie s ma --. tIs i i
glad smile. ... and In- I V111 1114
Lettuce sold in the New York mar- a 1the 11111--s ,-1 010.aguM
ket Friday for $3 to $3..)A per basket.
and the price will doubtless go up to
$6 and $, within the next few days. as the fancy frame article is very
scarce and this immediate section Is
bout the only place to supply the
great demand.
Two cars left here Friday night.
and from now until the sea n closes
about one car will be shipped every
day unUil the growers commence the a I B
cutting of the spring crop. which Isn The LTOR
Just now being put out by the farm-
"es n ,Un For O O "
There Is still no change la the re
port of the cabbage crop as to the
amount of damage dome to the vge-
table. An experienced planter says
tae past few days has shown the
crop to be a good deal more damaged
than was at first suspected. and unless .
a rain talls moon he expects fully 50
per cent of the crop will be lost. but
with a favorable rain It would aver-
age about 30 per cent loss. da m e


Doat thlak that pil east be euWSe. MMin G. au-las
Thousads of obenaste eases ha ve
been em-ed by DIaa's Oltame L. M
easts at my drug tM .
J. M. elton, wdle sad daughter.
Miss IdeL who have bees vialstng i
the city for the past few days, re
turned to their home at Lahe Caity eye*
Mrs Van Taylor of Rocky Point was "
a visitor to the city yesterday. She
superiatetds one of the most ez-A irMCI it, *I i
tesve track tars the cky Sti Hem., Gu and EUleotr o h On l
Point section. L
The Gainesville Hardware Compeay "LOS S VW GIa.
announce the arrival of a new stock W. U. UU lEL *q uii
of garden seed elsewhere in this Is. Ii
sue. They are guaranteed to "'ome B O *
up. Riea the ad. N B S. JODAN. W, W. 3"


the bustaeas that tke brokers ad

Mrs. N. C. Murphy of Jaekaoville. INSURkNOE
who has been spending the past sev-.
eral days with her friend. Mrs. J. W PO y C
Teach, departed yesterday for her
home. During her sojourn here she

oley' Orino laxa cre coati Fire, Life and Accident ****I* I
nation and liver trouble and makes
tae bowels healthy and regular. Orino



-5I 9



S- futpowes
ft" by the late cold

MI N rnMd Drdy. the noted
$o- P te OW er as the

*MNW bw w' hsintrduced a
gto botiw to the Tampa

~ theuPadpm& of .1
~OW& 41,11.

~AMPhave %hebowind1

bm bM a nroPW *m
NOWff SOPefr acre.
almmib m b 6 OMW One

d0N e- theO
bw tWast
to dSw* .5 peat

a 00of mefd

-- 7-

of too"am,*to


~mm ..
*r C- .Is

*l Q--- we aime

Of 1&OWN"y

0%to boft ~ wbahis mesas-
~~~~~~a bmem emofthe
'*MA~b OftOMbn himtimeby the
of ~5.Is the reason giv
h. war *O-
A b~kOma~LA AL kinhimu Uk m

3.0.'lr Dew usI Urns -Titus

dl e,4( am oaI*y a qsr-
-i ogami us with


k < alts 1o boo- pted daily.

SW h ff r fti"
m' 111115 ESTM"

_________________ a


The actual u1-4 of the varied re
sources of the (;ovrillnment' lv***.
You cannot be over-careful In the sou of th et e
'N acren of national fu,rat land I,
selection of medicine for children. O cr at al forest ld
on the IncreaM*c. acr.rwdinl to th,' r'
Only the very ngntlelt bowel U4edl- o the wcre ak ording th the r ,
clie oUld ever be given. Ordinary) 1t0. The reort oay that from a i
plut, eathbrtis and purgatives are adminltratlve .ando lnt the n.om
too apt to do mor harm than good. administrative sandoint the o
too apt to do more p harm than -o-dr :striking fact of the year was the rot
They case grlping. nausea and other nc e h tk
distressi arfterwlects that ar,' fre- markable Increase whlh took place
nty besath destroyis and a life-n the volume of husines transacted.
lastn gan oyance. This growth in lusinesp done. liv the
We personally rec&..mand and guar-Inited 8tate Forest v s rvc last a
ov,'r the Ip~vh + \ ,,us ?r I r
atee Rezall Order.ee as the safest r i
d most de rnd le the fet brought out In the following state.
as pa t dependable reedy for ment showing prcentag-s of
pat associate bowel do crease: in the numtxr of tImnr
era. We have such absolute faith In crae : In the numtar o m
sales. 236 per cent: in the amount of
the supreme uvrtues of this remedy lmbr cut under sles, e ent
that we sell It on our guarantee of i
money back in every Instance where thenumber of free tim1wr r
t falls to give entire Ustisfactlon. and u t. 76 per cent; in the number ol
we rto Il of such medicine grazing permits. 11 per cent. and in
wto try at e sk the number of special-use permits, 67,
Reto tr It" co n entirely per cent. That the additions to ex.
a lgredlet w te l Istling national forests and new cream
Inagrd ett which I. ooraces tons caused this Increase only to a
lem ad eol s It embrace small extent is shown by the fact that
I l the best quality of the s oothb the area increased is only 11 per cent.
Immrve. N stCl, tas and beol.ln
Iamled. stregtsls otg and healIng In speaking of this feature of the work
a5Rw ioattal rp plesof the bet- of the forest Service In his annual
kuew"l Oruem reg la etor meI report, the Secretary of Agriculture
MalnU OrderliJe ar extremely say, in part:
say* in pat:
pkleamf to h an .s "The growth in the volume of bus-
Wit nd r Ib liactio. u Ia nes arising from use of the forests
b am at a te, daor nit; has crateda very serious adminls-
do at ase diarrhom, imaes, grip- trative problem. Last year 78 per
ft e hv n @ esesm or others an- cenat of the Ume of the administratve
dedMrae oets. 'they have a very and protective force was taken up by
Sup the gland n the demand of atomnal forest busi-
moth w i they seI toI c asmo. The average forest area to
MeLta o r veto- each oll eer supposedly available for
t upme torh ,, d r uyUinslr cost at patrol daty was about 120,000 acres;
dm wAde, mme 0 rynses but with more than tree-fourths of
ad s evoresm WeTaknessn, ha w time of tese officers occupied
Sa mm oemo a t "he a eu m with tiker sale, grazing, and other
n o 1 0 m ie a! buinests, the force actually available
S10 lor patrol was eq aluet to about one
movrt use6. Iw in to each m000 acres. That m.
dan d lom e des thoeCr t ms the fire sese
i ha a W 1 the 0 M In a year to exceptional danger were
of id l m 4e. ,l e eN s
doL M of qMinyta weIg M kept dow 'to a very small fre In
ieveoe. t eariome ls in asam welt* wIthe value of the tim
Sthe rm te dame from for-
T e tbeeat Im elsewhere, Is a matter of can-
**- as Dma rdneles, ..sal. .
a n E a O as pa i- "The rIT k mIncurred, however, is out
w Th agm e p- alt proportion to the added cost
-- o1 w danms o f pajsum; which more adequate protection would
ift meI n wMo oh of m a : volve. I a convinced that the pro-
l --e _e a es c. J. visoa made for th ew and use of
W. M m l ce, w Mcmr tonal forests has become In-
_ _U__ _Is,__to_ adequate to their needs. and I have
__ therefore submitted estimates for the
ai atn aw o e is cal year 1910 which ask for a sub-
Eld T now cI istantial Increase in the aliqropriation.
bidsr permanent and tantia re-With the further growth In business
pairs, land expected that work will which is certain to take plaee during
sooe beda ea the bridge. This will lthe
Sthe bridge. This will the present year. even less prroter-
be good news for the public, as the can be g tha
draw has been opened for several the pa t. Inde d. the apoit has
mouths and owing to the inonvien- n the 1
now nearly bn. rei.atched at which if
lence of getting across the river trav I
; is not -v.ii a el to Coronado and the beach has twen
ver I Ih-NesK rfair thI Iithed- ,' t(he,' oe \ wCol,:
very Ilght.--Ne Smyrna Ire,.z,..
for ,, n.,- th, :i.-, '
Worn Out.
That's the way you feel about the Notice.
lungs when you shave a :.i'kiu (,oi. "h a -, h a
A ll I[ I hI ,,' I .; ',- .I .' ', '
It's foollbbhnes to kt it I o (ina snd
trut to lu-k t. g. T or> r It ah, n I'il-
a l |i t: b l'.: : ; :i i I:, ; I .. I
lard's Ilorehound Syrup w1il bti' th l ,i l
thl e F "l. tlil e ,i t l 1 'r : Ll' ,1 I. ,
coUlgh and he'al tho luns-. Prli', "** i"' a.u r Ii, i. i I.
50c and Sl.00 per bottle. Sold ,y WV d:t'i r a. I f
M o n *.1, iit (ie .I i '1)4 k or t 1 lili- iii t .i
M. Johnson. l .....

He Traveled Lfiht.
"That lnll rimii tb.anrdr moved t -
"I didn't are any trunk go ,out."
"There Wan none. I guess he pla<-e
hi effects In an envelope and mailed
**m to the naw addres."-Kanaas City

Two Million Settles
of Perry Davis' Painkiller sold every
year. Thlnk of it! And every bottle
s lemsseiln suffering and helping
some hwman being to health and hat
pines! This wonderful househb.ld
remedy stops the pain of sprains.
burns or bruises. It relieves rheuma-
Usm or neuralgia. It cures colds.
cramps, colic, diarrhoea. There ought
to be a bottle on your shelhes Just
now, ready for the first sign of trouble.
The new size bottle is 35 cenit and
there ls also the uW-ceut size IH sure
your druggist gives you Perry l)&ls's

1300 Pairs Shoes at Cost!.

We will sell for the next 14) days our Ientirt tock of
Shoes at oot for caih, couiaiting of Men's, ladli,.',
Mium', Boys' and Childrenll'-all IwW goods anlI
bWA Wmake.. Cad i M rpwm p fird gwigglr


S l ,ial .a-t. r Ii a the Circuit Court of tit k;hlh !i kil 4
cial Circuit of 'loriel.ia in iet for
Alachua counts. in ('hli.tic r. whli rili
H. C. Parker et al are comiiplainantis.
and the Continental National ItuildliKg
and Ioan Association. and the Fernan
diua ulildinig and ljatli A. -sci.ation et
al are defendants. and proie sanity. be
fore me. on or before February 24th,
1909. C. R LAYTON.,
Special Master.

*erious Interruptiene.
The truly lazy man is not a common
Lure In this country, aud when be
doce aplper be is not treated with
iruloer respect. Ideal laziness is an
art as diflcult as pla)lug on the violin. I
A writer In the Washiatoun Star tell
of one welsiubtr of thie oun utf lest
who deserves recognition.
"I *1|'>4e? Johb Is still taking life
leasy"" said the wvuliui In the sprliig
I"Ves," iiU5%ied the womlau u hl
%at unrr li. ei i urniful of | ..Iel
'Jula i ha., .i.l ) i M ., re.r- i II 1i..
( lt'e In 1 thl. ,4 t i.. t. U t I ..
il" t Ih it. ,,ln' I ih.t .11 I. li ,11. (lJi 4 .1

W lt It.. r froiil < litp. It at t,,u,.
or untvr ju troubta., C('inlti e, vill
relie ,t u Its liquid iIh l1 .a4 t t,,
take--a't, Immediately. Tr) It lit
2c an,' 5oc at all drug stor.,
Th T Sa *ec. for calMag cards.



It pays the farmer to plant only the loe- It's a
(qIestion not of "how clialp," I ut of iw P'."

Our Seeds Have the Reputation of Being Pure and ReMaO.
W r. i, I k i .- ,r... r- f. r I' : i 1 r ... W e
I a w~ i r l o 0 z i, 1...

W. HI. MIXSON SEED C,4PANY Clhr!eston,
Now-. _______



The Long Distance System

One of the most valuable features operating in various 8;tionr A
of our service, to our subscribers and country, are uniform in thor
to the public generally, is our connec- ment and in their methods of
tion with the extensive long distance eating. o ise
lines of the Amertkan Telephone and Only by reason of thie c1M T
Telegraph Company and the other as arrangement between the g
sociated Sell Telephone companies, phone companies is it possib
We own thousands of miles of long a Bell Telephone almost anywbo
distance lines in the seven States In ask for "Long Distance l anyb
which we operate and in addition can communication with a t any
connect any telephone an our system in the country. re
with lines extending to any other city This wast network of wireS
In which a Bell Telephone system is ing throughout the natof Ismt
operated. I daily in commerce and formI P1
These long distance lines are of the poses by the barker, the frm
most modern and improved construc- citizens in all was5 of ife1 ad o
tion and are maintained at a high plant here is an ry.oQ4tant :
%tate of efficiency. The Bell systems, great chain.

Southern Bell Telephone

and Telegraph Company

Effic t Service. s.I e l ates


The Facts About Pe-ru-mg
Is Per uan alcoholic beven in djruie Is it peubl .
as a btitateoforwhashey Do people buy Pruma M dunita
a bitters or a bracer
It would be the eMiet thing ia the world for any me to d Z
iomity of aheMatemeat Let ay yone go to the arugt tore 4
Ufo fPr. L him undertake to cr it a a beverao
dam emddembly larger tan the prescribed oa the bottle. M
be aleebos iatexatlio 1mothingefthe ort. Letany o
Frms isn a ieiCal empoud quito heavily loaded wit,.hu.hk
Sents. If taken in do4. lareth prescribeditwouldW
dr dfMtN. oemeeouldtakeitmsbeverage. If any os
mat, try it ad sM. We know that Perua eOuot be lI
ago; that it will ot Inteoziat; that it cannot be used as
aium Wer guar that 1 URIA CONTAIM8B 0 CO a
0OTRAN WHIIZWY, fc that matter.
It eoatains maS per en of eologe apiritka abolutei w--
01v. sad hold in altle medicinal ingrodinate, but the -drq
PFraum prohibit its e a bee It would be the e-
wld ahr one teode o this if they hom to do IL
Puarn eo d. wyWh TIB INGIDIRnT AU
PRINTD O ZAC BOTTIU It ha baee smaid er an em
sgmigt have aMlysFr Pm and hand it to emut s .a
whiskey. Rewweeh allesmyehaemst toedeeaoustratAV
44tay m who hs meW a ttering knowledge of
bob o*f PFr a and em wheth or ot t intaz ia wh y,sof
ilf whethbW r ret t ib opd ef cheap whikSy and
aobee is meto fthe igrodisat of Ferns, butthere aregm
Lait It AiM kydASiMmdiim rydalisMramega,
1"a hE other mdal be mT, nbo % m a G o
|P Foru- as to be ableto the varied difdasli Up
i bermd the ability of ay dhemiB. at ay rdlmr y e
to my that am i hasvi4y adGedt ith meidsimi iagrodi.t
Is additim Wtoub e"ee
Now y W plev thm Mtumab repeated when their h
W au te put o la. M UVeryU lke the m
Ink up thet byA i PeOtt od dAiGONsd It as a
mwm aed by dtemb t the mo idi al peir Po
dMAe IB teir mIwladf t M ILt Dam.aftR anAm-thOsE
sama d u n wht ne M WaM mmbo th he B n$W n t
u r. mi, IBt the aM mM.| iB
uim ame q eaist Fmou ih
2 dm OWd4 W Op Ad $ USh WB but k
WM h s mig a am ae sh11 abemdl. m pp ia
the tUL rt the proalm ha of rupeating other
sitteood aiM i M thd teir tra, eM oled m aay

Itnd is dto dirte ae the bd PM a Ai
Ube ahm likeLaser -
Mai mmmfu the t wlB de drfg 'alII
b s b _
w baMi G' I t "bam.

tdm m b up t4o yhind penm tb t mkiMg winr

t-o toemuM. OMfiem "az5 thft
et pple wie d e1hmtobe them Iti-ade toW
Itmb fa bimr et Se a t wothD be sho d Fmegi
ay em wh to lW M 1mh that MAM ft are &i b

tot be M mtl yag oer again ths obreptaptdthese.




oe' at v la.
mall mandtt
l ... IMItor s hll r

S ~t' OofmpoFlr Room.

BSlllL .g TaL.,rm-ow *e
IS, bl.ishd every morning -
doed b by rw ict tn the ty. or
d- r t.8 netted states. po
9Ws9.e ismonthe: 5I It Mthrei
Sbir" give weeks-strictly In

1ot lctl column iocirt' a line
sad S esta for Casc .Jl;.t,uoal
"HLJnwg madeknown ea

fn is an eight page forty
Srabshed every Monday and
r f1 S all the *ews of the
ga e *4 geetralt and will be
folC, many part of the United
tlw e a *oyear-4a advance.
Wnl become due after ar
sl-ttnit. usles otherwise
agVt Parties ot know tou s
tayfaor advertilaa In ad-

lN me individual character
lg hiy shaken by adverse cir-
I t order to reach its full-

ot omstructing good roads
Ie nearly every county
l Ne better use could be
0 pIeple's money.

Mglk are anxious to live.
Were only as anxious to
a they are Just to live. bow
@Wfrf tas world would be.

lute meeting at The Dut.
at o'clock this afternoon
of orgaalsing a So-
*tr he Prevetomn of Cruelty to
Sach aa organization
bs SM needed aIn Galeaville
r g that the laudable efforts
M "a who have started the
mg wI se properly enoour-

Mm -ag o Pensacola undertook
mad celebration of Mardi
b hs tlval of "Shrove." or
ifuiaay. This initial celebra-
p9 such a decided success,
such a universal demand
the section contiguous to
Water City for an annual
efthe celebration. that Mar-
hIaae developed Into P'ns.acola's
important annual gala uwc:itlon.
IMoar to year tlh. c' l lbratiii-, oft
i h val ha enloh.tnd,.i i ill s 11|, i
ili ifil cenc*- i. 1,ll ila(w I)114' of
Iw t N' (Oil. .111- ('<.riiir l :i

W1 porad-

(la Ne i .

I t T 1, ,

( e c ,,, ,, ,,. ,

@* a p t lt til 1., :.

b l 4 tSi.al I Mtil,# I. 1.1 I 1. ,, \,
hp 5 as the St.i ,.. 1 I, f .l ,: 00 -,i
i au .a, a f S tll enuoti)n llyilv \llr., t \% lilt
b11 4 il lies a lill 0 ha.- I,.ee ilntlro
l the111 ) t Legis'itur, W ht, %.r
:bl hi*. we hoip' that our a~li('lit
Sthe Pt-rless will alt. r slidia
^fc o1 fin* nll) land it Job scllie

It ;li e:ir to r iii-ta i< ,' til.;t tlhe
hor. oiniluitnni ,* f th I'nit<,d Sta l -
il; .i:'l 1. 'O .*O nl1 iei' r. 1 t I0 0 e
-.11t '-ld at $1.'*7t t*.*.2 **e Tl'e -' f 1ti i -
r .relo 'lo.t ll ill r*;*4- of i 4 4%.eI 1i t h.
nm nilwM'r ;iand(I $1 ';...'. lnii Ilt the' a:hi1,
ivf %ni-rcth i lijr- ,- ilti1f. .In111 1. I-is
It will he olbs<.l vid that. inr-t.ad4 of I"-
ing ,'xtrininatet tl oly elfl.lro i l e1 d l,,
hii( '~4s **' hor>-' I- still in ll ct iot utst-
1114s and on 3an inoer.-asiinrg scale. A
curious fact. dern .ed from other
.soures,. is that in New York, Chicago
and other cities where automobilh.s
ar,' us-d most extensively. the horse
population is constatitly growing.
The bulletin above mentioned con-
tains much information as to our na-
tional wealth in farm animal in gen-
eral. For example, there were in the
I'nited States on Jan. 1. 1j 9. 1.053.000
nmules valued at $437.0E1.0oM1. an In-
crease of 184.000 in number and $20.-
143.000 in aggregate value during the
year. There were 21.720.000 milch
cows. valued at $702.94.'.000. an in-
crease of 526.000 in number and $52.-
883,000 in total value. The swine
numbered 54.147.000. these figures
representing a decrease of 1.937,000 in
number. The sheep numbered 56.084..
000. valued at $192.,32,000, an Increase
of 1.453.000 in number, but the total
value of the herds decreased $19.,-
The value of the country's farm sal-
mals of all classes on Jan. I of this
year amounted to a total of $4.625.250,-
000. an increase of $194.029.00 since
Jan.' t,'198. In other words, these
four-toted assets of the Amurii
people are worth enough money to pay
the interest-bearing debt of the United
States Government more than four
times over. It is facts like these that
provoke the American farmer to laugh
contemptuously at the cheap dema-
gogues who whine about his "*pov-


The New York Poet says: "Mr.
lIryan declares that. after one more,
defeat, he will retire from politics and
enter the ministry. Hut has he not
heard of the 'minilli rial dead-line.' i -
yond which hc will ha%.' i,;i.- (ld if
h,' .\:1 I *i > .imr- \\h \ 1o > o
"i *, I~ r ?,h "' a : .- .1 t o Ill

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*:u,'a ) Your for order

lr City Marshal.
I t.i~ lhii nfi.thenl of inforngiiK t:he'
Iuelic thadi I am a randidate- for ('Cit
.M:arh,al at the .l.cttiomn toi I. held on
Alril 1:. l: .9o. l re-l,.'ctfully ,olicit
th e su 'prt of all others Irrc*spertie.
of party affiliation. and promise to
faithfully and Imlartially discharge
the duties of the office should I be
elected. Rerpectfully.

For City MarshaL --UI
I respectfully announce myself a NOT CO
candidate for the office of City Mar-
ahal. to be voted for at the election
on April 13. 1909. If elected I will o
faithfully discharge the duties of the
office without fear or favor. I re- "M --l
spectfully sollcit the votes of all, Ir-
repective of party Iafllna .

Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Ceontain Meroery .
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. S ch
articles should never be used except am a
on prescriptions from reputable physl-
cians, as the damage they wil do is
ten fold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufaetured by P. J. Cheney
& Co.. Toledo, contains no mer- Lfve Osai
cur. aad is take n i ternally, acting al
directly upon the blood and mueous
surfaces of the system. In bying Rst uing,
U's Catarrh Cure be sure youa 4et v Gainw
the gesuae. It is take Inlternally ake
and made la Toledo, Ohio. by P. J.
Cheney & Co. T-titmotalW free. Returing, an
Bold by all drugglsts. Price, 75e per
bottle., a INS.
STake Hae's rally Plls or o asa A L II,

It it's printed stationery yes want,
The Sun office Is the place to get t.

Lost something? An ad. in iue I
Sun's classified column may find it.



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I .H I 1 l .e :l ial I. / '. l I ll litr II t
i Ik l l. l "' i iol l l 1-' 4 I e llit l''- ;tf

hli t 1hi lie eire, t t l. t- le aii dJ.t j.~ ol t-d lnk
I ru t I ,. anolith r fo, r lthe i, r-l\ tliell iof
r-dnitor ., itirlllK Ulljut t ad\%aillag '
ieolr otihr (.r ledit(ors. inl d till lnothii r
limore cl'-arl) defining the s II... L a nk .1.i alct All iheo*.. tanllil ll -




Do Not Neglect a Cold.
Every ei- Weehems the Lee Se -ers the a4d mdhe -
syetm less able to wrihtaad each 5.ucCSee ISn
pv if the way for more rles it ee. .

IToit thil' otil-ro of the City of (hlnaeti-
nor ti IIEI s hii. 'ithcr in v'~~utltiatlim %ill,-.
lor mforrilw hait i'i, I-kts-tt hat tii. wito. am a cmitiidate for City Mar-hal.
wobl4)1i1' 5t de-tlitiil tit put the hepirso,I foir rit Ov'l.'-im on April Il I havec
fitit of Ipshwu i ll', '.ttro' k -e smt'it-miofurnin- %oered the lj-ilijlo'talt hfuliv arid PM-
I11 fI, nti T4ealII t itre!-t? ila8 6111t In ji't" ('I Of tl% .. udaht and day,. and my rs-cord
vuill befi 1' lth i r. -at of Stat istic-.ipfi S ip nfor Ar~p4tei
1he' IN pa rt no.lit e' %gni itii?.ro I1llie Iftity 'r~ce (hearin g the ga ut year
11i lro~ir.- ;rq-- o'.e iit'e il I hat (1.)4 1111g. it ha, 1" --u sati'.tar',,cir Ii -,'k tthe' ill
"bus net 41111Y 111A 111the Ir- 'h." '' '('* ri aid %fit#.l t evach aml u%, er% cuti-
cit te'14 11 1 ill' le l"' Ii l I s I Io!ae l'', lo. /.4.1r m i ,' h e'1 % 4 11alnit 4 Ic a n. I lina .e


I @- e TbW AM
p~ WbeepbM*
~ N__ bgLin

a Mw -ST

& Janville ail'

3FFDmrIvm DMU6,Iam-

MM*l for mimesno, Farbsed aOWlow
mtiv Souh... *. *** 000000000609

mine for S5mpmon City, ub

iv. asinesville **** 00 000000000

I" Sept


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Account Inaugural Ceremonies

Ti-k. 4t-h n it-lA F.le.riry 2tlh, .March Itt, 2nd
11:: 1 ::ri l, fiiinal li t to ,r'.chi original starting point
j ~tit lit, r 1thl:1 iii nii iglit .Mdan'r 1)th.
irther in o,,rniatiii, n-rTrvkftibn i, et., call oa n a TidW
SAgetit, o)r write
.A. W. FRIT(IT.l, iviion Pamrr~gr Agent, Jackmoville, Fla.
PaJet-njv'r Traic Manager, General Pla. Agrat,
Wilaiminton, N. C.



~ ~1 111. Ill.-, IoIoc'k. lieF the- Inoa-reil e'lleIIt Oit
T I /t 05"114SVI4 Ihe' co Illfd 4 CI ,o' t the Lt % I I%*, I' Ic 'hIIg 1h '1#-Ill lo Ig I I S 0 efloe loI I .1 II
p"P~it' of tI oll ed stale', Ii Iii ) 11cc pi' ill Ille- 11 t11e' e til ".iigiut hi.% it,
PUK Ti 11,gre..
It ~ he 1110' rei 1e11.11tli~lol
aO St) Pikit 1''i'o' ('re ( llt i 11.1 if 11,1 ,lil 1-

fi. it.,
1.1ily ilje t e t1, i ste '.I~ l is. ti lot, -I $isf e.111 t 1,.o l o
t6* 1. 1,11~ij Wi ll th .111e~ a' h Is, al -Iit I'a~ll'! t l
"lit t h iciK' l L aa eIL t' E tI a 1~ 4.. et el it I I,

-11. tlL~r. ~ II..lla I aa a'I i -11 '

Iiaue Atla I#~ r aIli lit
ft t tog~ai I: t eI! I Iili a ..r 1 .1 V.i~a

W I ~~L.A li-~It~ 6A il.) doujg mOtUI

1*00 t ge 3 a. I- r P. la
D.o" 0 Suss" o o* u "a 0...we".br &Lbe*
Pwooatcming"* pea ea'.'.e.&II beg midu
"f.auncuSmmileW. *eW ,, ...i-ulda.
--4- rl.S a mi d Pe&,#u w mta eti
I.L 41ofdjl if pala mwrap".
ci ap?,ee. pipame d fe#
*tt w 41.21

ift ALL COl'44vai15

Pett da *p 'eat Pd $US AW ..oa.*el
-0 C
08. 8Mbh~ p 'a~iStem s1~0

iWUlMs amd L C. omeNRoii

P. ]DaviesWarlel, W. lammaterrI



li .11 IiTE ),

I) |lill.\ F.,AST MAIL

I1 -:-l .Ies C iIhee:IIs 11~Iii:i~ ii~ lim0 f 'oat-

ii> ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t-iloa..Ii. tia de* aV 0 -A ',0 YIra,#-y City and
I -t I '-. :1 I s.'11,41 \1-111 I I- v .'St AtigusUlee
1- 1 1, ao:'41 J~a k' m% 111l.' I '-" i a :. e '. t aunday-

For full information and sleeping < (r reservationeS all ea
any Agent Seaboard, or rte S C BO() STON, Jr., Alaistant
General Passenger Agent, Jackeonvil!e, Florlda. I
AM A ft, *- * *




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loo~dw of raw
fnthe mey mate
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low &

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wmamum*"a t a ow-
4o- WDmasno
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-NOW t

od-eut9mm @**- m
ditm dm ~myd SOW
bwwof so lustaf
IS AN U1 -- w bboas ftof buisk
od @Oe- Is pbest=*Sa
to mw mom bdw. drubbory.

W. inm
aa O piTAN

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aM-Bs O ">y -; -. M .s
0 P. O al msmit-- .L

owW. G. Ir sor. asbhrSJ. .
- JeItrl 0.. aWs. a.r..

TeasAee sn-. A. te;. Gal ar.,
V.t l& C-W. T T.Mm;
Gabl0masv .

TaCUw4.ir D. e.sD-. r. Me
CteRk at ey
0911ty OsmhdoBr-Jobs 0.
-aere. o aermea Un ; J. P.
Ta .rws- ; J. W. May.
Agr. os. .o ners. Treat. ;

M.- P. CU. mV
Meters S ubl Dord-L aD.
Wlk. Chalrm; Hawthura; J. rW.
Medy. La.e; 0 a W. MHer.

Noar Eaien-ll L Ca rters
GalasIdt.; lT. A. Dkoe *to V .

Mayr-Horatio ~DavI.
Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
Tax Aneoor-B. R. Colaos
TaCollctor-T. B. Dls. r.
Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maxey Delln.
City Ato rney-W. a. Broome.
Boa of AldermUn-T. W. Stands.
Predent; Oeo. K. B room, J. Bur-
melt, Z. E. Cannon. H. Graves. 8
M. Mliaon. A. L Vidal.
Board of Public Works-l. Tay-
kar. Chairman; W. W. Haampton, secre-
tary; iI. r. Dutton, E. J Baird, J H.
Boms article that Is simply "nto the
war" at your house might. It a4dver-
Used. be sold to someone a ho is anx
oosdy osktg l oI
If you have found amlytbng see it
It I adverted tiL the Wast column

$1.S6--Thre mUths' mbc

OU .utscribers New ubet'M
ri .tion ................ 400 vot, 5 W v

$2.50--i8 months' subscription ..... ................ 1,000 votes
$6.00-On year's subscription ..... ......... 3,000 votes
For a club of Ave one.year subscriptions (before April 1,1909).25,000 votes
For a club of ten six-mouths' subscriptions (before April 1).. .25,000 votes

1,200 vot*
3.500 vote
30,000 vote
30,000 vote

Th ere'is 110 liiiit, to the tiuilrer of clubs t.~li4)iitt.-till ijit -cuLir'.

$1.00- One year's subscription. .... . . .
For a club of five one-year subscriptions .... . . ..

400 voti
4,000 vom

It''rt ir 11<) lim it to the. inst l, .r of clui.. 'a- *' t cont.-tistit ,,,i .--.<.r''
Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is undesired by the propristos
:. -lMuffiV

'. .


I On female phys r e.
Pft-eon e poser Hme .
"iee mdu oobe
Three stm.
One aseld st96ee ~ plt.
O-e wee- y aewaper.
seven drw &ewn.
Three dl drink stais.
m0.. esise s at plant.
Three blacksmith sbop.
Three railway systems.
wtbt benevolet orders.
Two ptsewopl eburebes.
United tates land oBew.
MOe ebemiael laboratory.
Throem Buaday schools.
TVw vermahry sureos.
Ona Preswbtera church.
Twe Mlmar masufactorles.
er roal estate aacOW.
VeAter bre department
-everl lumber eempeauls.
Three Metlodt eburh.
A bran bead orgasatetm.
OM semdlw o lmewupsr.
Five -a.--N Maee .
TWOm mbr:b maubesao .e
iveW ee lasur.e. asemAIs.
TVli nteWinte cbter- a.
Om waft md basket betr y.
Owe nMW Club reading room.
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fliW "sas W hIa mdel Oaesvfea e.
Three dat besaselal teb setat.
e st enagsystem

I o Ovedo bet "lboSos tm to be.
Twoed to eb t wosm e mpleted

: ta o" 1 w os MPNst



In Which a Residnt of Alachua County i

hb Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, aid 11

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished by

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Reps.

sentatves of The R. S. Howard Co. of Mia.

The Contest to he

Behlf of B &

by THE SUN i


U 3 0
5 U

$3,550.0 o
One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the peam
riding in the County of Alachua who receives the i
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p.m.
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : : : : : : ::
Isaasss__ =s



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 aud
a a A&t 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 f r ii MiAN....... S vS a r f
T if tM *ri n m.i "* W sagW fhr kr.......* ..0 SlIM
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 par-
chape of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.

How and Where to Get

- Votes
The fooewig muemaats wilvl lve se vote
r Ty oat pM lat their -tainshants for

gas e. Vot is et by al mst directed
To the Va meMo Dpartmet o Th

Whir uvVll s Fo. st
Dlot bosez wil be found is the establih-
mot of the merchanto giving votes and at The
hta Mies. Vots wat by mal must be directed
to the Voting Coerest Department of The Sua,
GalMtvu lForida.

Rules and Regulations
1. The contest Is opes to anyone utvbS In
Alachua county who Is knows by the condaue
of the contest or vouched for by mnme repWtal
peroos,. to them well known.
2. No employee. attachee or relative of the Ip*
prietors of the abovemnmed firms are eligible t
parUcipate ain this contest, and will participae to
so manner.
S. In the event of a misunderstanding bet**
candidates or others Interested In this cotMI.
such controversy may be referred to the0'
doctors of contest, who alone are the pernM
qualified to render decisloos.
4. In the event a candidate decides to with
draw from the race, such candidate 1ill not be
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of another
candidate la the contest.

M ____________

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Lam a S" *-
grew Old.
a lloe gt lasy
3erDybody. ThT
mmi at the crowd
i as Soee of
Rd watchania who
the dark world
S elght cast by the
-t motbing to annoy
gt look after bls
b oastM te-omw as
Ssetf matislred as
day human mon-
*oN 5 of army. navy.
Stings take proper
1 ede and see to it
4e" square meals per
galiet at the prop-
Impreial sin th.t Hionq
So bont In their native
al varian'e with the
tM elder lions will fre
or seek the leavliuR
kill rather than
to bunt prey for
in( m or twelve trained
ge ymfung. nervous. an!-
paggly the act with a!l
l pt The others are
&g agatly grow letbnr-
year. blut never to
0 the ifllg li',n There
pc~h of .I1'; ;*'t !i I:* 111
letr t r" ,'rsu nI rt 'Sl k '<
ift ar pa rfr .r.r t, ,'; "'".
l y ta h < ,- i r .. .* .>

te the name of a German
F rk is one of the many
ta of Foley's Kidney
gomgethylenetetramine is
J| the medical text books
as a uric acid solvent
for the urine. Take
Remedy as soon as
my Irregularities. and
asilady. J. W. McCol-

As Wee In Doubt.
A erhtbman who took life
S103d. beilig very psrtk'u-
S lurs furelueilly. iu the
day to make sure he un-
er4Wm that had bet*u
Itse1W 1or-nhi. Ore after
hiumelf before his
sW m:
OUr Mat quite ,ertalu ex
eMher this muornill'. Oi
.sMi to the thral. an bhe
lt horse was lame. an.
to do solrlethilt' to blhim.
I501 doui'l know whilher
W li him or to shoot him
11m11 me."
Was evidently required.
of the order and
9* b ers was deferred un-

te Way WetU Ma
Wi sa or a man with lul*
ber. you may be aure mae-
to almost to aryta~f.
ase where womenad
ktt hair. they owe It
bAr are hundreds of prop-
am" to cure dandrufft
S emob 'os Herpicide tells
Is the result or a ge
a sealp. aMnd that per-
4 d rO and Ita on-
-A belaesM, ca only be
wnrm: and there Is o
that will dtroy hat
Wrpclcie. "Destroy
rwov the effect. "
so" Iend se. It
to The HerpietIde Co.,
SIS ests and $1.0.
'0 Oo.. ,Speal aAgetS

II Norton

oSU, Stiottln

Sheet Pictue

SFrames ...

am m m.~u

Ir ol Reuilder

I' ti iPr'.n u4y a&,jet At

k lFLA.

Syup geff'gs

acts 2enty yt prompltI

lys!7 ontebIetilsOemmle'ou

neiciol effects 61~
the evuuiei.

The eite ct a flatvi.r.
b Ite o f a r -ittlt'~ m l~n : n t 4 stfl !.: # ." .
mqin Fctiv-en'.&l-4 io.'''t~., I., t
wvide~sprr'id s11i';-t ItI. 4 1 11
sT'sen lse H m II li e th 1.: I ci 1t; .,. i .
has or ought to, li-i~e11, -wi
rIot Le all .: Ev i: I dIII 'P4 .p A I.I, l iI
I 'e scie I l~l. I I 1:.is11 'r"4-4 '!~U .
iOnee. "111P 1. 1:; 111 -1 111 e,'v11 *it Ihit
Flirt bou it:s !ld vtit itI ,. &!'s s' ,.
Ing thse :'":r-.t ir. -i 1 v. r
far a Wn *. pIlinc'rt t O'le 4-'..1 0-"rimu
nling iv.ittr arxd ktloz it Itheew-it'E1i :a
fleed'': Id 4e21S, I aI. :IJ m.tii. 11

nq r- a'w.no pj.yi- innix
an~ toe rit1 '1or rel Ii de renitdy hall
until tI t* aae k Is 1,,pfur paw efor any
cffl-rt V) r~I'.tuit A 11h a knife and. If
not a runitinsg st~remm. ivater eiiouxh to
!4ec; t he d '*i well wasbed and the
blood 91hswtnog I Iwleve there would
be fewer deaithss fislloulnhg rattlesnake
bites. F4sre-1 stud Stre~am.

C. R. Kluger. the jeweler. 106lo Vir-
ginia avenue. Indianapolis. Ind.. w rites:
1 was so weak from kidney trouble
tnat I could hardly walk a hundred
feet. Four bottles of Foley's Kidney
Remedy cleared my complexion, cured
my backache and the irregularities
disappeared. and I can now attend to
business every day. and recommend
Foley's Kidney Remedy to all suffer-
era. as it cured me after the doctors
and other remedies had failed." J. W.
McCollum & Co.

*ogu* Antiques.
Old statuary is made In great quan-
tities In Italy. Bohemia and Bel-
glum furnish glass of the middle ages,
and every European capital has Its
makers of antiques. Berlin and Vien-
na makers are kept busy with the
home trade, but Parts. London. Brus-
sels. Rome. Florence. Smyrna and Mu-
nich are commercial centers for this
class of merchandise. The business
has grown to such proportions that
Nuremberg. Vienna and Uvorno have'
museums where counterfeit works are
exhibited and where their style of
manufacture may be studied- Berlin

9wr baata uad (fti rm
lb KM Yu Hm AIns hiM
Dor the
4plature of

Baby MHan4
Will get into mischief-often it
meanF a burn or cut or scald. Apply
Ballard's Snow Liniment just as soon
as the -ccident happens. and the pain
will lr tfelieed, while the wound will
heal quickly and nicely. A sure cure
for siratms. rheumatism and all pains
Price 2,c. Mc and $1 (A a bottle. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.


Offices at Craw ford & Ias il Sta-
bles. Calls ansiwred day or night
Cattle and dogs all receive prompt at-


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Graham MBuilng, Eas Main Strmet ft
SI I Peae Si1. Al Leag DOltems



Oflees in Graham Building, over
Sauaders & Earle's store. Phone
No. 354.


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OSMo ova GaUnevtue Naatioml e
PlMo 30g.


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in the Wrong Shop.

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Pneumonia Follows Lagrippo.

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Can sell your sis propeo (am*
proved and unimproved). phepha-e,
truekiug and tfarmln lands. Be1d hle
a Its of wlat you (.fferforsale. 14kU
And ), piettor in quity

Kea' Estate, Cor eyancing and U i
ral Pratiee. All busineMs prolm
,itteded So. O ae next door t
ti. N( LA AIvL HOL. t. L.FLO a.
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PrtiMtite lu all C'uurtb. State sd
I"' Ac 'rA

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The Foa4,b4m Vksle.


G. S. Merchant & Oo.

Staple and Fancy Croceries
Graq., Gardeq Seed aqd FertUiers
Highest market price pald fr CheIh ioo EK md o- ** ProdIm
A Complete eboeb of Hay. Corms. Oats, rloes. ama .alf s
S* ed Meal ad Rye. We handle oaly the Vowy m godm
at aw Priams. umd amastio eod ame a .

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Bush & Safor The Gainesville Sun






I la T ouui. ( iri ia jI a-igyIn .4at at T. I i.. I '.. -r4''il*'~e N& cam.
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wriw A kritm, kIN --3W

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"e Knew English.

fIs. Iwaru liintr~i v a14.1. In Tpla -leads

ofat o uil 1iuA sffela*1.1' 11,- tt'.rnAU
Iank ahiiw Iail ts-,isticalinilr-Elf Ln~dv'b
sail wits 4*'urlruturviI at the. char. e too
p~riti-e It 4s11 Eng1Ii I" Nl~e
It s use flth Iitwhjorsie -that be ad-
drv'.wed us at sulol.4'r. loutwe' did not
rpi'OClIA.e the lI(1Aagika&lie P.gulkf sand
expressed II rt -rnvhb "ur aanfoortunato
Ig~ntirani4'e of fc-rric igjtncu's.
"That 1% osur c"wn Itngue." said the
Italian. tout cen (i f tbis .Rtatetilent we
undelrmtooedm4rot a wtprd
Iliedrew a i-ta. 11 r'pru htjtq Let
and ton the i.:i k of a letter v% r, Pte
"I am 110 ak :?zEiglkh.,*
W~e were nqtssunrded.

Toilw 1,1 i ,1.4: !1 4
part' % il .2.: -1, --j fiI

p'na, it and r'u.
not VIMh 4I ~*:~ it is i.tt pro~-



adPU Ronn o .dly iskgpid |

i 3s dose ou oalconi -m d add
*(whclisheIlprod ctofbonesdlmdiested
In 9*dpburc acid) or alum (which is
ao.third s lphuric acid), unhealthftl
Sk adopted for other b--
powdors m of th chmpnems

in AND



fd WMhand tWh 0
W"apaOprsonal and
L1 of the City.

|.S Mr. Jones."
-& M y b hifer I'.ro%. with al'

o dchetd at RButherford'as


83 Flu) ill glasses.

1Mlcaasojpy SioIn

,of rik crisp celery just ar-
rs & Earle.
e oysters, day and night,
EIn MsM HBob? If not. go
Theatre tonight.
IW left yeste rda3 for a
visit to Starke.
SItiom paid to ladles'
i h lnrhrd's Restaurant.
of Tisna was in the city
a saual trading trip for

S the children's carnival
l .e Theatre this afternoon

Wi h and Tom Hammond.
sO of Hawthorn. were
: I- city yesterday.
t "The Late Mr. Jones"
a ls Monday. the 8th. at
ilV0frs Reserved seats 60c.
hIeey in fr-r'ne. strai:ied
b JaW. wild honev from *'s,
Ms kiads. .auzadera & E&rle
t Slitefs of High Sp|rilngs and
A. C. L watch ini. lector.
IMag hisa frirad in thle (ity

IL C. Warner and children left
llhr Orlando. where they will

k wiTtB. the merchant and con-
ti f 0arbakia. was greeting his
Ih Ilb city yesterday and look-
business matters.
.L WruMek of Jacksonville, uee
SbIMh Reakle, who came o\ er
d1 tlb funeral of the late Col.
h. ftaroed to her home -ester-

Kipilered herring, three cans for 50)
cents. Saunders & Earle.
W. t; Richardson lIft yesterday. f.r
a short business trip to O(ala.
81ph ::did line of picture, and "Da-
koi.i I oh at tine Electric Theatre to.
Phlftr Brom'. prices are a little law-
Sr and they gite votes to each cus-
Mrs. W. C. Beville of Arredondo was
amongg the shoppers visiting the city
Children's carnival this afternoon at
::: : o'a lock by "Dak4ta liob" at the
Electric Theatre,. t

8moked h slibat. smoked herring a:i4
c(odflsh. all fresh arrivals,. alo barrel
mack rel. Saunders # r.arle.
Re J E. Thrasher and Rev. A.
Holtshauzen. both of Micanopy. were
visitors to the city yesterday.
If you don't believe that "The Late
Mr. Jones Is funny, go to the opera
hou', tonight and ask Miss Ray.
Alin Nobles of Fairbanks was a
%aitor to the city yesterday. having
come for the purpose of paying his

Phone your orde*t to J. G. Irrold
for fresh meats of all kinds.! Only
the beat of cuts by experienced meat
C. A. Sally made a brief business
trip to Paradise yesterday, having
Leen called there In answer to one of
hi., Sun ads.
W. C. Hague of Alachua was a vis-
itor to Gainesville yesterday. He form-
erly lived at Hague, but has recently
located at Alachua.
The Dutton Bank have a change of
advertisement In this lssue of The
Sun in which they invite you to be-
come identified with that bank.
Lute Howell of Newberry. one of
the leading business men of that
place, was in the city yesterday look-
ing after some business matters.
W. J Rivers of High Springs was
in the city yesterday and made a
pleasant call at this office, renewing
his subscription for another year.
R. D. Medlin has returned from a
short business trip to Savannah and
Jacksonville. where he went regard-
ing his wood contract with the Coaat
Geo. Davenport left yesterday for
Jacksonville. where he was called to
do some special work for Ludden &
Hates. whom he formerly represented
on the road
Fariers. mechanics., railroaders. la-
borers rely on Dl)r Thomas' Electric
Oil Takes the sting out of cut.-

burnas car bruises at onice Pati call
Ve m STKK U! ,(t slay wlit'r. it it, us-d
**IUI1.Ektia tur %bwsplua slid ~ ~a.'~.groflacolM I.a- at
LW1I~I'a~rsLt-' lif 7you skiaaliir
60 lillb~lsteptliCpoWicr for %1.aitor lt ethe-' (10 1 4 i'a. ha)2 thAdtfill
L- OW ASe. 1,WII I gi vg 1 eu rec41 nii ai-i

Mi t OW Ilist tre-lilef 'Abell tab tu'('5 )114taha a tt a dtn~a'
Sj%1111 p1 a&d )tpur ub4m ,% t he Ia;a. li. ja* t ta. ia
as It j~t~sot the thln. to il, kI
61I' Dw ind Parue. l ires' a flmota tnl iii h .a o' Al 11-rij& rJaA i alal lt
WNW for ii~ti't eatller f%,lid
t4431 11,11" M KE Adi:, ill I .* eAI js s -e~d a ~ i
Ep e. *it


Fw Fancy Livery of All Kinds

simes Md Mules, Bugies adi

S*..... Wans, Harness, Whips, Laprobes

thu.e aii fe r tl.t airil or (if *r iti r t -,,< t OW
lpeing selected I1y our Mr. ('ro -(ir.l

lit)u f :rnattirr and mattIng at l'hifer
Itr '. iald vote for la Tar f tiarit. (tan

W.edno.sday. Feb If1th. at the opera
hoties. )ou will find out about 'The
La'a' Mr .Iw' "
0e %en Rhode I land hens and roostvr,
Itpure,. $1; eggs settingn. II M. |IIck
ard. 20( leAmuon street
"Dakota Ilob" Is the attraction to-
night at the Electric Theatre In addl-
Sitn to the fine pictures.
Mrs. K L llulmen has gine' to liaw-
thortli., h.re she % will slx-nid the next
I % dfays iiting he'r jlar, tn(t
Age'nits for the telubrated ()Ol'eli'k
flour. which we o ,et direct frontm n
wills. Try it. Sautid *ri & Earl'
If .otlr |I'r i : r: ilt i .d ;. ,. inl thi
I> V.'v ao f r ti!nel,\ r1 itr $ %Mr we k. The Ihtrmain Hul..
I'lank' Chill Tounic is guaranteed to
u 4e chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 25c. gold by W. M. Jotlnson.
G. 8. Chamberlin of Tacoma is
Imnong the \i.itort to the city. lie is
an extenfor e trucker of his sectiuu.
Sixty cases of N tional liscult Coa-
Iapy's fresh cakes and crackers Just
arrived from the bakery., eluding all
the varieties. Saunders &Earle.
C. L Thigpin of Waldo was in the'
city yesterdayy. He states that the
condition of everything in that section
i. %ery dry and the farmers want
rain badly.
If anyone knows of the whereabouts
of Mr. and Mrs. P. 8. Bush they will
confer a favor upon an old man by
corresponding with A. J. Copeland,
Trt uton. Fla.
Mrs. Syd L. Carter has gone to
Tampa. where she will spend the next
several days. taking in the sights at
the Fair and visiting friends in the
South Fi'ln-i'a city.
Get your order for all of your goods
into Harrold today and let him Ill
the list for you. He probably can
save you money, besides having just
what you want fresh.
J. I. Griffin of Jonesville was among
the visitors to the city yesterday. He
is one of the prominent farmers of
that section and besides conducts a
mercantile business there.
H. P. Langley of New Hampshire
arrived In the city yesterday and will
spend some time In this section. He
formerly lived here sad still retains
valuable real estate In Galnesville.
Cabbage craties; sawn slats; two-
piece hebds-manufacture our usal
standard of excellence. Ask our o-
cal growers. Let us book your order.
Melton Lumber Co., Micanopy, PFaI.
The magallcent Everett4rad pI-
ano now being used by the Bible Con-
ference in the Taberla4te is for oale
at a bargain. Apply to A. R. Harper
Piano Co.. 10 Mai street. Jackson-
ville. Fla.

B. P. Heddena of New


Conn.. is amoag the late arrivals visit-
nlag the city. He is well pleased with
this section and will remain here for
a short while and visit the country
around here.
Mrs. G. W. Emery of Seaeord. Del..
has arrived in the city and will spend
several weeks here as the guest of
her brother. K. E. Cannon. 8he has
a large number of acquaintances here
who are always glad to welcome her.
Miss Mary Howard of Boston. who
has been the guest of Mrs. J. G.
Nichols, on East Alachua avenue, for
the past few weeks,. departed yester
day for her home. She in delighted
with the climate of Florida and was
well lileased with what she saw of
thi. itl
J. Anderson. advance re.-iresenta.
ti111 of .lliam Anute Oakley. who will
al.*-;ar here in a shooting contest I.,
iII tl a i it) killing the town for the.
.v%-ni'. whihli (Kcurt on Februar. I*th
11. i, ;a i-t.' l 1 E It I t intrutl n wAlh
i: h lt St, at- al for ih,' il,.h
. t.d i .1 tM .-h ll-

D~r. A F. (lita.. vietoeriasry surgeon,
1..ilovi'ii-Ad ofic--s at Cirawford &
I a'.i I~ t.t 1 ~a.11 ,41 At a hare Of
11 1'1,1cIoi I I ,. Ill- I,- a graduate
.1Ilh. Ki(,a %.a t iiii i) 0('.li-eii. and
., taorc to pia .iet his iarofes-aion
Calk ( z~**e. lit(or zWight. lieorow
.1., tatr, aoii. a i 1 dog., all receive
A r)i I Iita Iatl''1u1 6) h t

i' ai i t '* i. -i ie f()r 4 it iunw r41l
~ % ai f t1 5 A.i, f..r .'euae lins.
11, 4 elf tJ i~iid oM i ii f.~ t- r he

A.9 '16~5.61111t.41 l i tlit- j.41. 114i l i tha
. k- .u111 tloweu i 11,4. i* d I ..4r I.-
faaithiful sAud t Iit'lut riii maaar Lid I




-f tertim. ma o advrtls-
met taks for lem t a nats. SIX
w ts make a Ma ; N tratle Mi Mfts.
UrWy wird ovw eah csix maat as
am 4ddIUer line. CAbN in advaow
- ost amupasy all reT tr t ser
ttMa b t! as calame

pon RaNT.
FOR RENT-Plve4m eotta. A*
ply 3. LUrbety trt
PI'RNISHED ROOM for remt. Eletric
lights and bath. Apply at Sun otme.

LOTrr-Half-grown pointer dog: white
and brown spotted; named "Joe."
W. L Hill.

ETRAYERD-One Je wy cow; light rl
with %hite poas; about our yeamold.
Anyone haviXag information to her
u hereabout* will pieme notify C. H.
I oheiron, Oity.

MONEY TO IAOAN Southern Loan
and Trust Co. have established an
aetic'y herq Money loaned at 4
Ir cent. ahiuple interest. to buy or
ilprsl real ebtate. lios 3:13. ('it).

Ilt.e habit of answering ads. that
tpx-.al to you is one that will keep
o u ilntrested In the llfe you are liv-
ri aind i-ro ****< -*

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and Company

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Proces-25, 36 and ets. eatsa e
sale at Millers.

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To become identified with this bank. Your flhalad
matters require the CIlM. C, bi attention whihb
this bank's officers give to its customer. your
ness will be llmanaged aUd _i kId I

W. R. THOMAS, Pfedent. D. TURUIL Oraw.

Established Over Twenty Years
(Cap)ita.I1, ( m),(N.M Suripl.I, $-.,oo. o00

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

hi. I'd) lur, C40haiss
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