Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01570
 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 7, 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: VID01570
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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Assembly Post-

Action on Jap Bill

mom CAL inaksatlo0.

md ewed b ae th r
Maa asea at hofthe aisr
A e fto as other acttma oe
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a 11 Mto pleasing the and ti
Ss ao afmete SApeaker's
Gae l f lab t sea. bather of
l- aeda (a Ot the the maMaer of
4d t Y aU'esv eB he
=a Wednesday. ad his a
ugeigm w-bout disment

ft me Mes"s risnlag the poitW
Ws esewutioallthsr, and thi
mbbs eat a long debate. dur
ft Was evuested by lenders
s.M Mdat hme measure, be it

lerred to the Committee on Judiciary
Mad sbmilUd to the Attorney-General
for an opinion as to Its legality.
Senator A. GaminettU introduced theb
Japsaese school bill in the Senate.
Both houses adjourned until Mouda)
morning. -
Would Vielate Treaty Rights.
BACRAMINTO. Cal., Feb 6 Go'G
Gillett sent to the Assembly yesterday
a speelal message appealing to that
body to rescind Its action of Thurs-
day by which the Japanese school o-
gregatlto bill aus passed.
The Governor calls attention to the
coatention of Japan. which is not re-
hfted by the unitedd State. Govferu-
meat. that the bill as pa.ed. siulate.
the treat) risbts of the einlpire lie
do"e not enter luto a diptcue.,iim of thei
Merits of this poiltiull, wtaltlig that it
is a debatable question but reiterates
lhat Japan would courldtr it tin uu
friendly act to elciude frum the pubt
kc schools the children of it, sulij.tt.



No A-p rllaeti Likely for Ceoner-
vatine of Our Natoal Ressursm.
The Wrkhyeo Aftaememo.

reess,' whlet has now but Uttle over
three weeks for the passage of many
important measures beor4n mmmra-
tioa, eoatlanee to dawdle aad waste Its
tume. This week It has spat manr
hewmr arglou over a twelve thousand
dollar appropriate for automobiles
for the White House. Representative
Sims of Tennessee and twenty-seven
of his friends are sternly opposed to
the Introduction of uatomobles for
the Presldet, sad he. with a number
of his colnag have made speebhe
agal at this, their pet aversion. Their
arnmemts have been futte to the low-
er HoBse, thogh. and all of their
g7ry plete of the dead a4 wounded
who are left n the trall of the gao-
line mahsd needed In securing
only twenty-sevea votes aglnast the
appropriation, to 18 t Its favor. Mr.
Taft will have a chauffeur and a foot-
mn. amd If the ordinary an is a
judge of euch things he wBI set all

of the punishment that
his friends wisa him.
a known and tried h
m*ohle o Is a atful. ui

Mr. Sims and
The horse b
axury. but the
reliable thing

as yet. and eo ma can be the poe
mseser of oe, much leess two or three.
I without havit as much treable as his
envious einds and enemies Can wish
him. And I the auaomobUoe Is a care.
there ar no mild terms r the de-
serts ofm te load of trouble he
ihas mertabh ia a sesaer. the
sam ilse still ar frno n
ie average bauisr has just emerg-
ed from the mother reis. Probably
Mr. Taft will nat be e unhappy In
hiso autmobo as the average i .ss
Hiso ehemar wlN be responsible to
s eme besides the President. who
win at have to fnd out that hisa ar
is IlM to tnd ta en to weakest the
t ; that taeks aree rocklly
sprIlaed i I bl garage for the ma
-purpoe sad that aoullIne la sosed
ato the Innaer tub with the obJect
of having them beg up. The chatf-
fer has a rakeoff all soupplise and
reraks o#r his meaine. and It is up
to him to ee that the car whMbh
wed ordinarily behave like an agse
as wWge does not purue Its peaceful
career. Presumably there will be
someone to ee that when the eors
are turned aI at alght the chauftuer
does not take his family and frteds
out for moollght drives and It is to
be hoped that there will be some ade-
quate taspection of the car before it
starts out on a long trip, so that Mr.
Taft may not lad himself stranded
miles from a car line on a lonely road.
Still. If all of these safeguards are
provided there will doubtless bet many
times when the President-elect and his
family will wish for horses, when Mr.
Sims and his twenty-se.evn friend
may Indulge In "I told you wo"
it is probable that the' frwndii of
t 'n- ua,.i ewt'-nt ftr the. (Cmn,.-'rvaltIo of
our liatiiunal l e .ut (e %. .l I. Cuwt
gre' a adjourihlg w without halilut made
prow i i-ea for that I i .ri v 8 1 far
that body alia ali'par.*d oil)ctent tIo let
the tuo t It'lia t drift,. au d it i .. ntl ike.-
1. the et 'lt' lit. of i li. lia \ e -lie-lt Ill
allow atii .at 'iroirtaiuo i to I. lm.& < for
it itnl th. I ut hurried month that r.-
ualis. The I'.reidtelt has doaur hia.
beat t and tht-r.' ili) I*' othlir Inies-
balge-o dlJisatc-he.d to ('oniraal. ithilh the'
obje- t of |proddiiKg it onl to) it dut)
in the iatit r Tht .nm-iine(if of (oi
,-r% ltioi> lId I))> the, H -a'.tke (r of the
|lou rt arn. i i ize'rious, tmid INi terful.
thouKh. thai it i.n int llkeIl) al) %Ill be a-i54 rilp1,h'd ail ad i the. flt>)
thousand dollars that th. Pr ld.t I


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PIITTBURG. Feb. 6.-To bring
Justice to the perpetrators of the many
recent attacks oa white women and
gilrs In the Herron Hill. Lawrence-
ville aad Southalde districts of this
city and to take steps to prevent a
recurrence of the crimes, the better
element of the negroese have issued a
call for a general mass meeting to be
held next Tuesday nilht.
The feeling between the white peo-
ple and the negroes is becoming more
acute as each day brings Its quota of
attacks and reported attacks on white
girls by negroes. The populace of the
affected districts Is highly wrought up
over the existing situation and only
the most careful vigilance on the part
of a double force of policemen pre-
vented a serious clash between the
Two Girls Are Attacked.
Blanche Smith and Rose pesock. re
siding in a suburb, were attacked by
egroes yesterday. but their screams
frightened the -_sallsnts, who escaped.
Two negroes. accused of being those

aUeges he entered her home aad tg
room of her daughter, but was fr h .
ended away by the ceream of the a
The man will be given a bearing to
Aged Woman a Vietim.
Mary Kruise. aged 80 years, wau a
tacked at her home near here y.
terday by a negro. The aged we.
man's screams frightened her asao.
ant, who escaped. leaving his veitif
in a critical condition.
Shortly after the assault a aWe
giving the name of Arthur Cochrea aSd
said to be the one who committed the
crime. was arrested and is bulag
closely guarded. as the neighbors f
Mrs. Kruise threaten to do the pria-
er bodily harm.

Bullet Stops a Marauder.
I'NIONTOWN. Pa.. Feb. 6.-MMnr
Anna Da.is of Lynn's Station. amr
hcre, shot and fatally wounded James
Dnuahue yesterday when he sad

who attacked the girls, were later ar another white man and three negres

rested and sent to the workhouse for attempted to force an entrance late
three months. her home. The men laughed at th
John Stokes, a negro. aged 32. was woman when she warned them to
arrested on a charge preferred by Mrs. leave. Seizing her bustbad's revolver
Jame Thampson of the Southade. who she fired through the door.

ada &ad Mexico for the purpose of in-
teresting those countree ila the move-
ment and reports lfatermally that
these overments are In fill mympa-
thy with the proposed work and that
they are eager to join the Iaterna-
tioal eoaservatloa commission that
will meet in Waisgaston by Invitation
oft the Prieldeat ea February 18. At
ths coanfreaee masy Important quea-
tions will be disnoused. among them
the border forest ires, which may
originate in one country and carry de-
v*tamoa Into the next. and also the
quseton of the tariff ea lumber and
how its removal would affect the
matter of the conservation of forests.
The trUllng incident of the rescue
of more than one thousand persons
ftram the steamer "Republic" through
the agency of wireless toeleraphy has
Inspired Coagres to take some action
with regard to the equipping of all
aa-ager-carry-ing steamers with the
apparatus. Had the "Florida" beeo
so equipped the accident by which the
"Republic" was sent to the bottom
would not have occurred. for the two
vessels would have been able to ex-
change signals in the fog It appear"
that the French Assembly has already'
taken up the subject andl It is prob-

able that England will
laws requiring vessels
wireless equipment.

follow with
to carry the
Its cosmt i,

slight. ranging from three hundred to
one thousand dollars, and its saw
te1ance is not exorbitant, id It Is
proposed by the Ceasltise a
.Merchant Marine to urge that al
ooean steamers carrying more thia
fifty passengers shall carry the au

Friday Nights Fire.
The building destroyed by Are and
owned by J. R. Montgomery 4o Fri-
day night was a large twostory fram
structure and valued at about $1.04.
which was almost a total loss, s
lasu ce carried was only a 1-d
aaou4t. Most of his household 4801
were saved by the large nambe of
people assembled there to attied S
Bah fry.

Dance at Archer.
The young people of Archer avoe A
delightful dance on Friday a1.t,
which was largely attended by the
young folks there and adjolninl th
town. Part of the Gaineuvillle Orche
tra %as engaged aud furnished *as
for the occasion

Want advertising Is a forCe whlF
you can harness, and wiLh which 1M
can drive your plan' ated Pu'pos0
to any deslre d destisuat

Savannah Market Firm

High Grade of Sea Island

SAVANNAlI(;I t Fvl.b 6iiThu' 'Iet a rtr-'eIi.titti441' a
Wsand eottu ni u arkt't for tII*- I hi %% fill Fidi
grids. ~ ta~e ~ dur.:~I ~ 4;4 (11r141-1
the' lsia- 'e aidull ~ael *I va.'. fariFla..eieeI
thls 141 A Ki -h a Ithid h eIra' nes of t'iaie 4;A I

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bas ajkbcd fur the' lpteiuaaiiig of the t .r gr~edt .exa. u'.jil ltite- & e.-4ake Ic. e''Ii.
work a ill iarobabily ut lbe fort hc'm la the t ue-riorqujAlit it'S
ilialit lli.lihitut the' tastiunal fopre-s.t kalvi. for tha t-o e-k acre- C.',hit .--
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Ie to study out aew business, sand
whe things are at last going nicely.
meo e 1is almost certain to feel
agrieved. and if. In the worried con-
dttso of his mind. be h asan't the potl
shed manner of a courtier, he scat.
tons Insults as a farmer sows wheat.
After It's all over and friends say how
well they did. the poor manager I:
complimented for being able to secure
such exceptional talent.
Of course this doesn't apply to an)
of the caste of "The Late Mr. Jones.'
Mr. Hudgintas knows them. know,
they are capable, and is proud to a@
soelate with them. The remarks jus'
happened to occur to him-that's all.
O tIat nWh? eadahed aad aery.
am tus 0 tWs? Ricks COadie
-ar the hasto raft you f Iussm.
Gmlos. tame "--_ --- t"e nerves.
Tr L t. Atdrq wms

Manager Oarewr Is in est Sela
Wlle" m Nw .oft.


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VWM She Pw -vedade-
sn awdis e be

The Lem Toe
a d os veo Ty a meesIa n
nosd S am*ey -me seuth thi
f t s tmae Tw tt mma a
a Taub" ee ammers" This
m pgss. and they are making
a* r trim ouhthis season. mm-
W buMt ke New York. They
nme Snmouh SOne erts of Manager
aIhd and amwe I appear at The New
bird Theatre mt Friday nlght. Feb
rmNy 1tl. It was meesmsary for Mr.
KaslhkM to make a emutlal gm u ar-
ams to Nm re this attraction for
*Inretai, nd a pacd house would
be a S-td-o acaowledgment of our
le's aeetise of Mhis desire to
uagibh them with the best obtain-
de in the menment line.

lerie Themtr,
The Eleetre Theatre last alht
td- the oppertm ty to use the "Stand-
-e em enaOy" siWm to good effect
d the eame might be be said of the
maght previous
The petres last nlght were as us-
al eaxceUlt, and at the children's
msatine in the afternoon as well as
1a aght "Dakota Bob" pleased every-
M* with his paper creations and other
ods of eatertaIment. He leaves
1r tarke thisa mring. appearius at
the Electrk Theatre in that place
Monday night.
On Thursday and Prtday nights of
this week the celebrated versatile
artist. John Thomson. will appear at
this theatre in his splendid acts
John Thomson is too well-known in
Oalneville to need any co iuesuda
tlos. and It is safe to say the theatre
wUil be crowded both night* to its ut
most capacity

The Manager' Troubles.
Id you ever stop to think hou
much energy and real hard work it
take to put un an a iteur Jpla) -the
worry over the caste. th t e er-pre.ent
fear that somethis a111 haleiMi>i at the.
last minute to solul thle .ork of
weeks? The aiiinasiAir ol toul> lhas
to be taxge dirtl'tor. but ad rtloltig
agvut., prul-rt) tulin. bill |p.I.ter aitid
at tialie hs to tU~" ji tior of tin i.tojra
houeM If th.ri- la~ au In il i..-. u
acebery to be owmt'lnd'd to., he u.t
do it. not only b irt)* but be re-
spoalible for It' laf' 't't111A lit hIA
sle*ples ightl. Aud a .tr da). itr


Has Seaght Mere Prperty.
J. I. Medlin. who is interested In
a large farm at Hague. comprising
abadt 0M acres. has purchased stUl
more land adjoining this farm. sat
urday be p rcbm d from J. H. Stan-
ley of Hague 100 shares of valuable
btm lands, and mow has possibly the
largest farm in the State.


Examinations to Be Hold.
Three ioeltlons are open In
customs houw- att C(-dar Key which I
a salary of $80 per month as depi
officer, clerk and day Inspector. T
examinations will be held March 3
wad further Information can be obta
ed by addressing A. W. Sargent. a
rotary. Gainesville.

kd byhird HNaw-ro ICL


The saiesvitie Natism lisk Ih received early
Sthd M aceusts frhowPea i m nth Newi a
* prepared to two for Ma" mWr. el rforl
for rapi gwthis u meqaisf i Fbriat. aM a rnapi
growth is the Mcam of a(tfactery uvice, wa
loe i*tified li M mw acc- b. We wMt
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J. D). Gardner departed Saturday for
Philadelphis and New York. where he
will personally select a magalseeUt
new stock for the Wilson store. which
will be located In the new quarters
within the next few days. Mr. Glrd.
ner goes for the purpose of selecting
a new line of ladies' ready-to-wear
goods. a stock that will be second to
none in Florida, and as he has had
much exper'4 eo In tlee cdry g,.,d
hupinepq In Gaineville he Is thorough
:y acquainted with the antnt of the
Iweople of this city and section.
With the removal of the' .tore t,)
the new quarters In the old Hyd<
building. and the arrival of the mag.
niflcent stock selected by Mr. Gard-
ner. the Wilson store will prove more
popular than ever with the people
here. The new store will make a
specialty of ready-to-wear goods. and
anything desired can be secured
there with the asursaee that it Is the
very newest In design and at the most
reasonable price.






lmefilte POW"

Founded 1IA Incorp't'd 1IW

Machla Cuuty

Ibstrct hipuy
B. R. Cobo., Preident
J. W. Blanding, Vice ?-aMient
R. C. Bowers,. Sec.-TMs.

Miu company has snal tle people
f Alachua county for nearly a qar-
*e of a century in connection wi*







ad ame fully prepared to give w-
lete information touching your title.
omnplwet set of books potted daily.
SeId fer i FrT a llMW
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0 B Orfted by Speial
L Whi Wl wl aSubmit Re-
S- alt Neat Meettn-*.

fr the prevention of
was formed In
gatltday afternoon by a
Sof ladles and gentlemen
pursuant to the call
M The San. the meeting
i* the orices of The Dutton

sagebly was called to order
Le. IL C. r. Searches chosen as
whole Miss Mabel Sanches
as secretary.
Ag easloi was Indulged In
IhIjPsI read, for the benefit
0-l 0At-- the city's ordinance
sahers and other animals,
l while e heartily approved
a m4ade by the ladles he
SIt best for him not to become
I r while be was holding his
lagt pe*i as mayor.
a ebes appointed as a corn-
ll ame and by-laws Col. W.
abl SKeesms W. L. Hill and W.
SgWM who will arrange the by-
geI sabmit them to another
eof te association to be called

Thomas suggested that the
II correspond with Savannah.
pvfl3o and other places and ob-
ea espy of their by-laws, which
ma aMbtless prove a help to the

L laker read the State laws con-
amimals and birds and sug-
that It would prove advan-
o r the association to solicit
r sand police to become mem-
of tie association, as they could
W a offenders without first se-
a Warrant for their arrest.
~Imotion of Mrs. L C. Lynch
Ihmegdk adjourned subject to the
of the president, which will be
the committee's report on

S 8inmeelation has been successful-
1M* here, which shows another
Sthe Sorward march. and the
Vlok to be done by the ladies
1118 Who composed the meeting
enorywbere evident, and many
4 -a U be cited to their attention.


% r leeps" Eingages in the Theat-
fNe bsinoues With Hudgins.
SJM I. Burta has engaged in a
W bldneeas, which he proposes to
SI S the future should the ven-
Ob t Wve successful and a good
r oM Raker.
1e ha associated himdf with
A RaHdgins, an old-time and favor-
K' M-tr of wide experience, and the
th ve formed the Burtz-Hudginas
4' IR om Company, which will make
b principal Florida cities and
U5 throughout this section.
SUN left yesterday for Ocala.
16M he goes for the purpose of
316g arrangements to present
idhey's Aunt," which will be played
601 a4 a benefit performance, the
tU as it was put on In this city.
lter, should the venture prove
IM1sble. they will have a regular
80m y and will travel over all of
State regularly.

A Delightful Occasion.

000 dt the pleasant occazionm of
. lat* w*ek was the picnic tendered
I hggm of Meimrs iHall and Mack.
b"M5 of the singing at the' llelt"
Mreiae,. by L. W. Chase. Friday.
r. were eleven in the party, and
sh 5Bores of a be-autiful luke. In thil
Iy y Point section was the place
S bild, the party going out after the,
I" i hour iu tilt' Imorning andi return
' be-forv the I.,.-r- ins th i. aflt r
B lirntier irpn .ed ,s-,i,.i ll 4 .
as til t- as -, d, lijg!iti ul ji.l1
se mceg tUt-ihaltuing

PO 0 OINTMENT is guarantuvd to
Ssay case of Itching. li ind
eila8 1or Protrudinug Piles In 6 to
1 byl or money refunded. No

The wast ad. do more real estate
b l I Ukthan all other brokers cowu
l--ain fact. they "start' u-or t o!
e husiesb tLat Usl bruk.rs aad
L -atlasa.




Durinf Change of Life,
says Mm. Chas. Barclay
Graniltevllle, Vt.- t* I was passing
through the Change of Life and suffered
from nervouness
V and other annoyin
symptoms, and
Scan trulyM that
m: 1ydlE.tnk m's
vegetable Com.
pound has proved
worth mountains
of old to me, as it
reored my health
and strength. I
never forget to tell
my friends what
enetal tsompoun has done for me
dura thli t eltrlod. Complete
rtoration to healt means so much
to me that for the sake of other suffer.
Ing women I am willing to make my
trouble public so you may publish
this letter."-MIs. CHAS. BAicLAY,
R.F.D.,Granultevlle, Vt
No other medicine for woman's Ills
has received such wide-& and u-
qualified endorsement. No other med-
iceine we know of has such a record
of cures of female Ills as has Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
For more than 30 years Ithas been
curing female complaints such as
Inflammation, ulceration, local weak-
nesee, fibroid tumors. Irreularitles,
periodic pains, backache, indigestion
and nervous prostration, and it is
unequalled for carrying women safely
through the period of change of life.
It costs but little to try Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and,
s Mrs. Barclaysaysiit is "worth momb-
tains of gold "to suffering women.



8 R. Harville. one of the best citi-
zens of Alachua. was a welcome call-
er at The Sun office yesterday.
J. H. Stanley of Hague Is among
the visitors to the city. having come
down to look after a real estate deal.
Walker Wilson, a valued employee
of the A. C. L. in this city. returned
last night from a short business trip
to High Springs.
Miss Dollie Rowell, an attractive
young lady who is teaching the Para-
dise school, was among the shoppers
visiting the city yesterday.
F. A. Roux and wife of Floral City.
who came here on the sad mission of
burying their little son., Elmo, return-
ed to their home yesterday.
Rev. K. K. Griffiths and *Ife of
Alachua were visitors to the city Sat-
urday. Mrs. Griffiths is one of the
assistants in the Alachua High School.
W. W. Colson, county tax assessor.
has returned from a short visit to
Tampa. where he went for the pur-
pose of taking in the sights of the
State Fair.
J. T. Harris and Lem G. Harris of
LaCrosse were in tot)n yesterday and
made a pleasant call at this office.
They report a nice rain in their sec-
tion Saturday morning.
Mrs. Sue Feaster of Micanopy was
a visitor to the city yesterday, a guest
of Mrs. H. H. McCreary. She was en
route to Jacksonville. where her
brother, Mr. Frank Hagood. is quite
Mrs. R Willon announces in her
space today that she still has many
rare, bargains which she iw offering
at her old stand to clean up and make
rniom for the new iplrilig good which
are now arriving
%1rs. W\\'lf.ndo.iin of W -,rthingtoig
Springr w as alillgIK the shopeI.rn init
llig the city Saturday While tihe'
liked at S.lnijpol ('tity 'hie fr,-iteltill)
S .it.'i il i' ( it andi hlia a large' num
he.r of ac'iiallit;allceb here
.1N .. %\ II ligi'loit h.- au her gue.-t
h.r ,a itl, Mr- J T I I r of lilri-
ll gl..lllh h V% l ll -'l thr I \t X "
r.tl w .ee k h, i 1e r i r t r
\l.ttlt, i,.t,, ,~,0o f K I -'l la'' ,,

I i| I' h I. IL a ,41. |. ., l, -t' d
|> mi th (;.llo il h Lr, .' ill

InII the future hbe fonid lieH hap a full
*t' k of f:,nrm gr,.,hle.s. and hating
.-4 lwd l, nation iII rrach a class of
trade that will prove lasting.
D. M. &rtronpr of Roh elle was here
Saturday. He lf one of the succeas-
ful planters in that section and is also
engaged In the raising of fine cattle.
hh.lnx recently stocked up his herd
w ith some registered animals.
Foley's Ortno Laxative cures coasti-
latlon and liver trouble and makes
tne bowels healthy and regular. Ortno
is superior to pills and tablets as It
does not gripe or nauseate. Why take
anything else? J. W. McCollum & Co.
Rev A. It Welch, supervisor of the
colored school at Bennington. known
as Green school number 30. made a
business call to this office Saturday.
He reports his school in fine condi-
tion. more than ninety students being
Rev. C. C. Woods, assistant editor
of The St. Louis Christian Advocate.
is in the city visiting his son, the
popular book-keeper of the Galnesville
Hardware Company. He is en route
to Sarasota. Fla., where he will visit
some time.
W. P. Barry and A. B. Clarke of
Alachua were welcome visitors to The
Sun office Saturday. The former re-
newed his subscription, while the lat-
ter had his name added to the sub-
scription list of Alachua county's lead-
ing newspaper.
Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds that
may develop into pneumonia over
night are quickly cured by Foley's
Honey and Tar, and It soothes Inflam-
ed membranes, hbeal the lungs, and
expels the cold from the system. J.
W. McCollum A Co.
Some of the Gainesville boys had
better look out. The piano contest is
demonstrating that some of the young
lady contestants who reside In this
city have many admirers In the rural
districts. as shown by the number of
letters enclosing coupons to The Sun.

W. Z. Chappel and wife arrived in
the city yesterday from their home
at Hastings and will spend a short
abile here visiting the former's broth-
er. who lives in East Gainesville. Mr.
Chappel has only recently marri,-d
and his host of friends here extend
to him their beat wishes.
Dr. A. Z. Cline. veterinary surgeon,
has opened offices at Crawford a
DaOis' stables and solicits a share of
the public business. He is a graduate
of the Kansas Veterinary College and
is her, to practice his profession.
Calls answered day or night Horse
dentistry, cattle and dogs all recelv-
prompt antlob.
The Gainesville German Coach
Horse Company had their regular an-
nual meeting yesterday and decided
for reasons best-known to themselves
to sell at auction the fine stallion
Hoffman, a notice of which appears
elsewhere. This will be a bonafide
sale, no by-bidding, and the highest
bidder gets this fine stallion.
Dr. Armstrong. the well-known Jack-
sonville specialist., will make his next
professional visit to Gainesville Feb-
ruary 9th. Offce at Brown House.
for one day only. The Doctor has
been very successful in overcoming
all forms of eye trouble, nervousness.
headaches and stomach troubles-also
straightens cross-eyes without knife.
C. R. Kluger, the Jeweler, 1060 Vir-
ginia avenue. Indianapolis. Ind., writes:
-I was so weak from kidney trouble
tuat 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.
McColluum & Co.

Notice of Application for Special
NOti,' is here-by> gi.n that applica-
titlon wll I lit jiade to the l.egislature
oif Flirilda at the regular w-sailuu to
(c, it-n. at Talaliha -.e onl April Cth.
A .1 I :*." for the enacttiment of a
I'e pridih itini Ug th-e sl*t of -a is blahud
ijr uila.1il coltion i the t4- ed in tit.
< uill) o(f Aluia lniia during thn itiIo th;
of .i '.- i lt' oilit r ()'ct r, .N 1
\, lo.t r .ainl I e i t fuber of each1 ai'I
* r \ ar Tlhi- i'. Iruar) 6 1* l*'




To become identified with this bank. Your amnand
matters require the Caf Cu klNM attention whimk
this lank's officers give to its customers. Your bum
nes will be managed adbM dMl IM

W. R. THOMAS, Pnreidi1t X D. TUIWO, omr.

41-11. AAC4604 wa *.w,,.r '~:
Ae~e~e~~ *.ci. I a.? 4 & iur .hau I.r.
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he manbun api ote in heben
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w e ahe r eW NW sm. moss
"no isi ni we mft

asmtoe aged to hofthiesa mlatOrageI
e 111101a 0e w="&awm m wi
S-MM eobevfthe oknmee. Every-
aegh t-me weo deam for the Mse-
osmt. but Inas eedt while te bled

Sois the pumpeety ofW. C.
Com esof DeLemd died Sunday
aw athe oeffWauai between
Mrs ,NW Dolead. The maum
wlike wowk stock whi Mr. Can-
i td In his read building on the
.y -_ __n- road. It was at lrst
a Mdt they were victims ofthe
8* 1 s- e blot Nd t atm ilrt, but
M.momgnoae found alas ting fsgment
dilMg .oe IpMper near by i d an
followa Pisn. oand is working
IONm SOW eMMy.--Dytom, News.

AIM Ne301M.Headahe, Travelers'

300 Pai Sh

I A h" web a tu em1rs

Tne prml mts of Prof.
-D.f Df d Lomd,

Si mw er Om yw--two

a" vhEswImua

t wtmmim of tom a a


imv O Wei--e WIN Se Held at

be uNrIed a then
&WASSafe ity -a" as

Pnt aiNst Chkrh, Rev. S. B.
"b"-t *9:3 a. m.9
:3g : am. a. by Dr. W. P.
rgeu; u"lest: he Pasdamental
In 4 ae s.m" JumLer B. T. P.
U, :M pm. .: -Se-er T. P. U. C:3
p m. No lght service.
tKM B- aleC-t- C Rhr v. Rev. F.
3 s- _--ay- sebhool 9:3 a. m.
reashe 1l:46 a. a. followed by
smea nt a m Hly Commaunule. No
-ve service
Kin Presbyterla Chuch, Rev. T.
P. ay-1l:M a. a.. mormalg service.
sldes: -"TI G One His Work."
Omria tg r e hm na Ie swon; 3
p. m., Sabbath sebool; lesm topic:
"True at PFae Brotherhood." No
-etas mervie
m eal Churck, Rev. P. H.
CraslIUl-Ual services will be held
Advent Chrietia Church, Elder J.
T. Joh-an-Preachlng 11 a. m. Sub-
jest: "A Preservang and Keeping
ambim." No service at night.
Lt PaUr e's Otheolc Chureh, Rev.
P J. l b-Mas will be held at 10
a. m. Devoelh of theoly Rosary at
4 p. m.
spele sermef it soDelivereI e
e ISayo City.
TheI wasn ealy m service atthe
2fis Onferenea Yesterday. Dr.
MPerts at <3: : to coa of the Is-
t ayn&Y e t of the messio
md beld their attentis f r bo t
- te d realsed church i the c *ev
Mea AdL
there wOi be two services today.
A Service tefr lloye.
Tbh. wIN be a special service for
boys at the Tabernade at 3 o'clock
this afternoon. Everybody Invited to
core and bring a boy. Subject: "A
Boy's PossMibltlies, Dangers and
The cloela services of the Confer-
ecme will bt held at 7:30 p. m., Dr.
Price speaking at both services.
Quite a Dwoeremee.
First Couellan-What's the differ-
eece between a beautiful young girl
and a codfsh? Second Comedian-
Otvo It up. First Comedian-One bas
a chance to become a fall bride and
the other to become a bal fried.-
Brooklyn Eagle.

Wheo Your Joints Are Stiff

Two Pepular Ye ng People United In
Ma.taea at Waldo.
Tuesday. Feb. 2. 10. the goddp., of
happlneis spread her mantle of bliss
over the M. I. church and held her
jeweled wand over an Joyous a throng
of men and women as ever gathered
In Waldo.
The spacious church was beautifully
decorated with moss, arbor-vitae and
other evergreens, rare flowers., difuasin
delicate fragrance and many plants
of tropical variety helped to make the
soeae one long to be remembered, a
joy forever.
At 3:30 the seductive strains
of the piano broke forth Into the most
ezqulatte music, beneath the bewitch-
lag touch of Miss Alma rennell of
Galnesvllle. Instantly Miss Putch of
Gainesville. the charming brtdesmald.
entered, marching up the Isle. followed
by little Prancds Irwin of Falrbanks
and Luclle Borin as flower girls, and
In the rear came Mr. Jolly with the
arm of his lovely daughter linked In
his. MIn Jolly was met at the altar
by the groom. Mr. Harvard, sad Mr.
Vanee Wlater as best man. Rev. T.
L .L Barr, pastor of the M. Church,
South, waited them, and In the moat
Impressive maaaer performed the
beautial marriage ceremony and de-
clared this noble man and charming
woman to be husband and wife. The
happy couple left oa the afternoon
tram fto Jacksaoville and places on
the aist Coast
The wedding presents consisted of
many valuable and beautiful articles.
ase silverware, elegant china and
many pieces of cut glass.
Mr. Harvard Is one of our most pop-
ular and prosperous young men. He
s ualversally admired and esteemed
by all for his great moral worth and
exemplary life. His bride is one of
the loveliest and most charming young
ladies, with a large circle of admir-
lag friends, who love her for her ami-
ablity, her goodness and those noble
traits of character which always win
for the fortunate possessor the love
and esteem of all.



EIlls Proving a Winner
Mueloal Organilation.

m Interest Increases into the Burkhim
piano contest and the voting for the
past week has been both spirited and
lively, with Miss BUlls, for the band,
still in the lead. This has been the
Iheaviest week's votiag experienced
since the commencement of the con-
test, and I desire that you cat your
votes during the week If you want
them o eunted on Saturday, as all old
votes are thrown out:
Following is the standing of the can-
MIa Dorian Ellis (band)......77.40
High School .................. 71.840
Capt. Alvares .................39,000
Manile Cannon .............. 12.895
Miss Sallie Devllle............ 5.494)
Misa Shands ................. 3.410
Anita Groff. Newberry......... 2.400
Mrs. LI W. Jackson............ 1..)00
Mary Fernandez .............. 400
Foesle Graves ................ 125
Emma Lee Iludson ............ oo

For City Marshal.
To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
I am a candidate for City Marshal,
for re-election on April 13. I have
served the people faithfully and effi-
cilently, night and day, and my record
is open for Inspection.
It my service during the past year

and your muscles more from cold or has been satisfactory I ask the bup-
rheumatism. when you slip or sprain port and vote of each and every citi-
a joint, strain your side or bruise sen who is qualified. I can only
yourself. Painkiller will take out the promise the same service as I have
soreness and I you right in a Jify
Always have It with you. and use It endeavored to give In the lipat.
freely. The oldest. the cheapest and Yours for order.
tao best medicine for Internal and ex- IEN T ARINOW.
ternal aches and pains in man is Per-
ry Davis' Paainkiller. and for over
seventy years It has been the great I take ti. l ntitthod tif litflrilming t.h,
standby for emergencies In thousands public that I am a canldid la. tor (t'11
)f families all over the sorld. Don't Marshal at tht elc'tiol to it he 1id u
to home without a &Wc or one of the 1 i
ew size 35c botll.- April 13. Ilt4 I re.wi-tlfull> -e.ll It
the sulipurt of all utura, irre.. ,.eiti-~
of Ilart) affillatitu andl l ronal-n te,
faithful) and iijim artall li- di iha
the duties of the uffltv thuulil I bIe
oeS ltvted.s Ilietfully,
locs at Cost AS t ,VA10I:\

We will *eill for the next 14, days~ our viatin, tock of
Shoes at coit for cash, cwnis4intig of Muii'I., Ladif*.',
Miftwd', Boyd' anid 'hiildreW.,i'-alII tiw goodt- ,,pft


I rurpuctufully aLLUICuI eUi~bk' f A
C.khtllkl~tle (4)r tie.- fftet.uof ('ily .1eir
blial ti tbe1,4- tjtt'ller ut lthe CI.I itiui
('iu Aj-ruil1:. I!Pv!) ~If t -i~t J I % III
fisitlefull ) ei-chArge thesdt- i~t -, (of ltc
u~c %it I, iCIA!ft ar or fi % (r I rt
Ppelctfully boliiiit tlhe, vutte of all, ir
v -eetp.eof party afhiltattun.


& i & Is know" as Nature's Cume forCoutagiou -
It is prepared entirely frin the bRood aDf fl4R sad i00 ,l
hb% and barks tae directly from the natural Cnd r
mot coutal the hiast particle of strong mineral In1
a to aid In the building of v. ired eQ I
r Bel l of he sysl25k I
UoK C m o fa o1 d. mac ha stomach t lmSs
rhen -t"-, etc., a is so often the caase f e
S 8. a goes down to the botto of the troubleaad
drive out every trace of the a-sme, cleassae and pwIArifies
by its fine vegetable tonic ect assists the system to
ravages of the dieae, ad rmgaim its natural btalhiL "
does not cover up orh id*e the"ptomw for awhile, to
so though does it remove thecause that no sir of1 th'e
am. &&&, Nataue's cue Is the saurest andsalfesrenej"
asood PWoi HoMe Tamtmmet Book with val e S.s-
alttid at ayiiTal advice free to an who write .--
r 'J1 PWI 13i c gn m .


Bush & Safford The Gainesvi&



This omp ay be est at SThe son office or at either of U s o
sad wth the cotet. NOT GOOD AFTER FEBRUARY tI, 1

G. S. Merchant & Co.
ReaMlMrs and Jobber. in

Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Gralq, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers
Highest market priso paid for Chlkene, E s and w. PMbi

A om0l1t6 stock of Hay. Corn. Oats, rFlor. B3M, eaL. 0
Seed Meal d Rye. We baidle only the Very Slet got
a s et PrdkM mad guarantee**sa tme ulL


It pays the farmer to plant only the bee. It's
question not of "how cheap," but of "howgood.0

We are now booking orders for Pea and other easonable uO b
will be glad to send you prices on requM-t.



The Long


Distance System

One of the most valuable features operating in various 8 t1,4
of our service, to our subscribers and country, are uniform iN IO
to the public generally, is our connec- ment and in their n*th$
tion with the extensive long distance sting.
lines of the American Telephone and Only by reason of this
Telegraph Company and the other as- arrangement between tm
sociated Sell Telephone companies. phone companies is a
We own thousands of miles of long a ell Telephone 811i1
distance lines in the seven States in ask for "Long Dhstane al
which we operate and in addition can communication with aems
connect any telephone in our system in the country.
with lines extending to any other city This vast network of
In which a Bell Telephone system is ing throughout cthe nd h
operated. gdaly on commerce and f
These long distance lines are of the poses by the banker, the
most modern and Improved construc- citizens in all wain "polr Id
tion and are maintained at a high plant here is an important li
state of efficiency. The Bell systems, great chain.

Southern Bell Telephi

and Telegraph Comn

EHWW sisl vice. bua'hS

best mak

Ce. Nalust low wantsi r piedgrfw do wuer

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I *lake- oval umft algm.
F==by as. es Inhe dly, of
PH d Ow Vatted mate.,peag
$ES animOW vewwbhs-wil is
W"OM in WmWI rt... cu toatoa tim
jj,mdS etivels foramh additioust
r dyrtiafmdehu

wU tkmi sarn siht page. oay.
P P.,u.,,. gea,'7 Hesia ..a
e emaiss all tim e 8Me of the
glml e d gesl, s. and will be
po m Ptaoenty "tof the VUited
*p ..1 tl.** M **-- ***
Mlu b@00046611% dAee Ma
1 of e me gm ath kecl d rwen
il eftIe. t lt e itme kmnw to u
B emP. lFo arvat e wdeosia ad.

b 'inam nof the times" point to Joe
as Pr'lident of the next

R mw a~ao is permitted to attend
i aschbool with white children
9iloHI na, but the little Jap is to
b.4i L. For our part we would
be Jap a thousand to one.
/ Thes-Union is mistaken in
that the paper factory to be
is (anesville will utilize the
sMupa. On the contrary, the
i n is to be used, and the more
it pofnases the better. Ere long
a me will print an edition on pa.
Wa de from this material which
o mmaet uthred by an Eastern mill.

l M yd L. Carter will be the next
i ftmr 4of the House, and is one of
S a butL equipped men in the State.
o rt position. We believe that the
S hby question will be the leading
p p I i t *he fight. And Col 'r.r-
S aba sotely on the dry side; re-
a d y county, he will get the
ill of* that side, who are largely
So majority. He is not only an
a blbut he is absolutely honest.
au whem heart ever beats in
wth the poorer classes of
ppS l, FPlorida never had an
-af. better prosecuting attorney
SCAl. Later. No one in the State

F made 8 speaker. We would stake
We pon him in any position.-


Obboan is the only county in the
s th at voted a Republican major-
I fIB the last national election.
fta electors received 241 votes and
i l electors 33J9 otet~.-Jasper

60ummor Gilchrist is remembering
I.tleaitds all right. He has lately
A. P. Jordan the lucrative p-
et Inspector of Pure Foods.-
S tIAeany standard.
AJi in so doing he is perfectly cor-
t L A man who will Ignore his
S. is is no man at all. The api
p[lotnent of Jordan, however, was a
S" one from eatery standpoln.--

T* i e ope lkhat brwn on the i ru g
IB t. It is not th," railro- 41, ,r
IiSUtles and trusts that o arir' th-e
luple, but the Government it 'tlf No
mana ould oppr..s his ft ll sayt I v.

m fur lvaiui w ilTl Go ,r t r l iiet. I:
Souir ib.e for the arng Itt i.r, zat,
or tb *r< at t-r i.r I (.eli*-
Ithelf i* th n I IMU It. .r)

las lho ar 1 l,,aaJ \\ s, -
It Is hul t tha t f. i (,n Iil

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o, hA* 1, Is td .

to ta th
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(Tanpa Tribune '
That The Tribune ham not been
without reason n making diligent In-
quiries concerning the proceeding,( of
the Internal Improvement loard
under the former administration Is
disclosed In somewhat startling style.
In a special dispatch from Tallahan-
see to The Pensacola Journal In which
the surprising statement Is made> that
the comnwenation of W. 8. Jennings.
who has been (General Counsel for
the board during the Ilroward regime.
wasn 15.000 In 1907 and $17.600 plus
expenses In 190kI.
That few people In this State have
had the slightest Idea that any puch
sum was being paid any official of
the State government goes without
saying. Much criticism was indulged
In throughout the State when it was
stated that Jennings was receiving a
salary of $5.000 a year as General
Counsel for the Internal Improve-
meat Board and this fact was dis-
cussed generally on the stump In the
recent and In previous political cam-
paigns, furnishing ready-made ma.
trial for the opponents of the Brow-
ard administration and causing a veri-
table storm of protest whenever it
was announced-but that this $5.000
grew to $15,000 in 1907 and to $17.600.
plus expenses, nla 1908, almost passes
belief and cannot help but produce In
the minds of the taxpayers the Im-
pression that "the half has not been
told" about the doings of the past
four years at Tallahassee.
The special which conveys this In-
telligence to readers of The Pensacola
Journal also states that, on motion of
Attorney-General Park M. Trammell.
the office held by Mr. Jennlngs has
been abolished and the duties of the
'office assumed by the Attorney-Gen-
eral without additional compensation.
It is furthermore stated that Messrs.
Croom and McLUn disapproved the ac-
tion of the board in displacing Mr.
Jennings. but that Governor Gilchrist
insisted that the records show that Mr.
Jennings' service terminated Decem-
btr 31. 19441, and it was so ordered.
That thin attorney received compen
nation snure than three times greater
than any other official of this State.
and his expenses in addition, compen-
sation which would be considered ex-
cessive If paid to the very ablest law-
yer In Florida for similar services. Is
a revelation which will doubtless add
to the State-wide disfavor In which
the former administration is held;
and it will be certainly an occasion
for the people of Florida to thank
their lucky stars that the ballots of
the Democracy brought about a tme-
ly change.
The Tribune well remembers how
Frank Clark. in a speech on the
drainage proposition, fairly reveled
in his finest satire in discussing how
the State was buncoedd" when It paid
W. S. Jennings $5.000 a year; but
what would not Prank Clark have said
about a $17,600 plus expenses salary?
lie would have bee stricken speech-
less for once his life.
The T ne congratulates the
State t t the board. as now consti-
tuted. as put an end to this sort of
business, and specially that it is
bris agu out these facts for public in-
for station.

O .Monda and Tuesday. February
.22 a ;. thie' t,'.nh annual celebra-
tI)on of tIhe ancient f.sthial of Shroe
Tue'daiv. or Mardi Gra.. will occur at
In,'lsau.aola Flori~da. anid from dally
,(oriehs a1*1'.aritg in both of the lk'ep
\\'V tr ('Iit) it'in lapi-'rs., it sould ap
.ar that this )ear's celebrating of
lht' cartni a e'asun will eclipsee all

former .e lrllbrationt, both in the num-
tm.r of at,, rtallrfIl'llt features and the
tultKlil i,,h.t,. of tht' alle-gorical floats.
hch nia I ,1" t .e' -s il tlhs' bIg Iparad"'
o j u ,'u<.ij%, iKht. the"2 "rd

ftware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
Lah mi-rt til i'%Iall brely ,depatrtoe the-
jj!ii- (if -tII11tand c iie-ij~t .1) ds-rm ge-
iii. 'i % ii! ')'tiil inlieu iieit' ruuicig t
l iar' ueg Ac tl!-, Muco us ariifat e acli
I aitoIilt-p I Idt,] e 'at r Il. u-,Ia-1' e e pt
'ala-,,t.ie I r mrni F' ulalo.I~ h.%nI
~ ic a n.'d..sai agi. tl, '. %IIll di) III
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ii Ik(tj (A,: Ve

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14 itel I#'-
I", ke Pall's FauLLI Pill.,fur wtl


Thee ae meaM w men who woar Ibeir
hats praetimaBy all the time when awaba
and are blesid with a heavy sheek e
hair; yet If the scalpeof Ob e.se m BmW
germ. the parastms would multiply all
the qultelr for lack of air. Bal-sM
would eimas as the ail result New-
bro's HrpleMe kills theae germ a
sUulat healthy hair to abundant
growth. Hewptcide I a pleasant hair
dressng as well a a daAdruf cure and
eoatalm nsot an ato of Injurious sub-
stance. sold by toadina drugastts. Sead
iee tin Stamps for Nmnle te The berpt-
Mes Co. Detroit MeSb.
Two slase-10 eet ats d WA LM.
J. L LBodLord & Oc. Spelal Agemts.

"Pa over a*t ye I mkew eh-Ie -h a
Sain.m ad durtla thi tile I bad to tlake a
tJteetm "f warm wa *r nare every N bonr kbefoe
I e ld h4r s a wt.- ." u M Y we****ls. HKa iIll I
r4 r acar-*L ., ail 1.-lar I sm a welrl maI
ru wag the ..np are U. f-re I pd u t-cfLto I
as* r 4 utrs.44 si,'ry with at rnal pliesl Tk"eb
to I I am r. Er ui aIl il at this um>rminc. iYe
-- see tte lA bekal l of *nffernl bhRaallt."

Plea tsan rtPalrtt i. P"tre T ,l- ee ~u.ELI i- ~

O0 *4 to f
ferlind Eredy C.. '.chIo or N.Y. N lgo

11(o jhLU AND OEFtNOO '" N

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i l < I t'vj ,j P*ttd 3 lS t -.01 4 L
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The Norfolk Landmirk a :' : 'Wh It i~ against the law to buy any stim-
ulating drink. to play an :. Dame of O V
,-hance. to do an. kind of dancing. or A
go to any theatre or moving picture
show. to smoke or chew tobacco or
gum. to wear decollete dresses or iC
open-work stockings. to exhibit any
work of art representing the human
form not fully clothed. to utter any
ribald Jest In any place, to stay out
after nine at night, or to eat more
than fifteen flapjacks at one sitting.
Norfolk will probably awake from the
rabbit dream and do something prac-
The Birmingham News says: "The
best way to solv, the whole problem
is to drop Crun. In accordance with
the wishes of the people who have to
do business with the office, and ap-
point a man who will be acceptable to
those who are directly Interested and
concerned. This would be only fair
to the people of Charleston. to Judge _
Taft. and to the adminalistratioo Itself. MCAaia
If it would only view the matter in a 4 1 m .. .m. .i
broad light. The country has g lon I ai --m m l k1
snlace got quite enough of Crum and
of the efforts to saddle him on a Skf----t m
people who do not want him In that t
office for good and sufficient reasons." se s
The Louisville Courier-Journal says:
Decidedly something good comes out Ak. A SN
of Oklahoma in the report of a meas-
ure before the State Legislature for &
the abolition of the prefer 'Hon.' be-
fore the names of officeholders. But
there should be no need of a legisla-
tive enactment to do what common M ,
sense ought to do, and what If com- v *
mon sense falls to do, is not likely
to be done by legislative enactment
Just why the successful practical poll-
Ucian. of all men. who usually gains I lll J t Il
owesag b ut i bt Iomorble Tla a & I J
methods, should be singled out for the I wa p V
title of 'Honorable may be 'one of
those things that no fellow can find gFP CglI
out,' but it is also one of those things
that the power of even Oklahoma
legislation will be impotent to over- Leave Gainesville for Mican
come." l points South....,

The work of the street sprinkler Returning, arrive Gainesvi
should not be confined to the public Leave Gaineville for Sam]
square and a few adjacent blocks. Lake City Valdost ,
Property owners In other sections of LKe Clty, VIOW ,
tle city also pay taxes. Returning, arrive Gainesvi

sensacola is promised $100,000 for a L IL ilms W as S pat
improvements of the Government -,
building In that city.




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Tickets on sale February 28th,
and 3rd, final limit to reach orn
not later than midnight March
For further information, rwMvatiomn, etc.
AgeMt, or write
A. W. FRITOT, Dividon Pammmr Ag
8Pawnp-r Trafk ManM" tN. (J
W OD (


Air Line Railway
4. a"in. Warfelr, 3. laMsleNr WiWusma d l. C. L.s u. .
S1AI-'kAtI' FI(I 1t IA LilMIT.Tll
pSE:.\ I:1 \|; I IJ H0ill),FIA FAST MAIL
THI l S 1,4 l**1 1(1I l )'.i I i 111 Tr:il .S olid Pull ae Vesti-
hl l. e in. 1 .1., ,. .. i I ('.r baii< r iton Car an
lii.ai. lA.l,,,. i i ('A ai.t t Augustine; PeU.
11,I Pll [ i I>,.. .: a i i Jersey City aad
KI : i i l.-ave St. Auguafae
I; 1 p i I n id -a1. 4kaI ..l u!I 1 r j1 t 1 ll) ) Xcept SinOa"y.
For full Information and sleepian car reservatleon sell -s
any Agent Seaboard. or wrnt S. C BOYLSTON, Jr, Asltatant
Genceal Pasenger Agent, Jackoonville, Florida.
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the visftim
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habee ~v in00lilk-
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ustof Ikb&se--. Clay 0mv-
IOmpo.er-A C. CQeem Tal
Truae-W. V. betS, TallahM.
hAtteIsmr Srl-PaIk M. Tram
1 alme.or of Agrcult- B. .
MLIe. Tshamne.
mp ta. t uble tatruetm-Wn. K.
MeJ-,ey Tahbahaa-
PreiMrat .fthe lm eat W.
hMarrisw Key West.

spt. P ro e siMerasU-r. J. L.
IKI-. alKam m".
|hd E -P.O a ine. J.bewle.
O s-mty Joae-.. Ma0 a4 Gal4e.

Are ---n. W. P.m aTmro.
TU -ame---W. .l Cobor. BGa.

Wta oalter--. Hawt ; J. W.
Meets laCros; W. MW. Dler.
en~be D umesu--Ta.. cead.

Gal able; T. A. Dote. 8.ata ir
com -, S Joaa 0.

M.H-a. a gue; J. .
Birm; dPul; L W. Mayo.

Arm Coletm r-T. B. ams Treat.
.City AUtcy-W. -. Brooe. .
MBoem Amlerm a-T. W hads,
PWekMa; Owb. at Broou. J. Bur
ett. I s. ; 0 lMer,.
M. Mueom- L A. L. ViaL a
TaxMev tfl T* A.ekWt. lm.. b.s.

MTI abovr oth or a erdB.
MeaI.ss ekel to one ow the my
City Attor.my-. L Broo me.

eo sse0 AUm d the anT. Imands,
K. Me.a A. I & ial.

etE ut toPublte Worke-. a o Tao
wer c hrmk VW. Wmpt sees m

Utan .tId H.
a l.It We sll Anyway. e
7A yaovam inwo oerboash oo old
vaI"e al to a ps rkaoley's. KCone
mt aude tohate or ndam f Take
obaby. sK yRmedy as m as
mDat a't serious m tll name.. explaMCedCO
tA old woman, with pride: da )ol

e pt naum I call t er haort. Dot
"but got a alsty qreed name. Her
-a picked it out in a medilcie book.
Tea. de chle's full nam, is Ecue-
s."-Iladtea' Home Joarnal.
Ask Yoervsif the Questien.
Why not use Chamberlain's UnIl-
meat when you have rheumatism? We

feel sure that the result will be
prompt and satstactory. It has cured
others, why mat you? Try it. It costs
but a trtl. Price. 25 cents; large
sIe. 60 cents. For sale by all drug

The Hereleaial Revengae.
They were looking over their wed-
din presents. lie polluted to a small
bruue clock. "'euma to me." be said.
"that I barve een that before."
"You have." she returwnd srenely
"You gCaue It to may drat husband *aul
me for a wedding preseut. Wbru we
divide. the thlugs after the diruree bh
kelptl he chlik, and now he is seouding
It back tu us "- Nw York l'res.
skarp and Blunt.
C('ora kbbe l su, b kheu pferteption.
IDora And sucb a bluut way uof con
VeYluig them. 'uk.
Pneumonia Follows Lagrippe.
Pueunaoiia oft.n follows lAgrippi|e
but une'er fulluos tile use of F'ol')'
iloney and Tar, for lagrip|pe coug1hi
and deep-s ated colds RKefuse any but
the genulie lu the yellow ,packavc
J W. McCollum & Co.



In Which a Resident of Alchua

he Awardd a Beautiful Howard

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00

Te Bsh & Safford Piano Co.,

sentatives of The R. S. Howard

The Cotest to be Conducted by

Behalf of Bush & Safford.

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One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the pena
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the higher
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p. a
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : : : : : : : :



In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano C.,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be amd
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due hills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To fst ra td ooau t b MOt M ve, as b fw fh f.r.. ....- SU
To 6@ sMu 1u *uSo @ Mut M vM uhablNfowr admfor...... ...817W
Ts bmat r- qb. u- tOl am s Iw fw esc h fr......._ .-. 0 15W
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anyone
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the p-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize simihir in all respects there
to will be given each of those tieing.

How and Where to Get

Votes -
The following merchants will give aoe vote
for every cent paid Into their establishments for
goods which they handle:
The Galneville Hardware Co.
SPife Brare.
Hyde & Tench.
Where Vutus May Be CUt
Ballot boxes will be found in the establish-
ments of the merchants giving votes and at The
Bun office. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the Votlng Contest Department of The Sun,
Oainesville. Florida.


Rules and Regulation
1. The contest Is open to anyone liTt b
Alachua county sho Is known by the condual
of the contest or vouched for by 6o0o reputal
person. to them well kuowu.
2. No employee. attached or relative of tl We
prietorsa of the abo-e-rani-d firni' are elgcip S
participate In this contest, and sill IarUctpa le
no manner.
3. In the event of a misunderstanding betI1e
candidates or others Interested In this cOtm"
such controversy may be reftrrtl d to tt"e
ductora of cont*tt. sbo alone are the pWn1
qualified to render decisions.
4. In the event a candidate decides to
draw from the race, such candidate sill t b
allowed to transfer votes- to the credit of asR
candidate in the contest.



tod! % ia.tiers
$1.26-Three months' subscription .................... 400 votes
$ .50-Six months' subscripton .......................1,000 votes
$5.00-One year's subscription .............. ......... 3,000 votes
For a club of five one-year subscriptions (before April 1, 1909). 25,000 votes
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1).. .25,000 votes

*t I f.n,

$1.00--One years su scrpt n. . . . . . . . . -

For a club of five one-year subscriptions ............ .
Tllt*er i- 1ii li, it to i V ll ,,r c, ri, i- ,.K,'.

Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes Is undesired by th i


New lo

30,000 ISM
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There is no limit to the imm1per of chill, cavil

co.1te-t-Illt 11, 1%, ,, xv. I

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Galneeille People
Until It Is

p of the ain-
ob" on March 14.
i1 0te "Retolved.
of the political
,wit would be bene-
gm the nation at
W tina. Rader and
llsestatives of th,

S west i ll d-fetsd
f th its debators.

hterited to attend.
so athletics Is ar-
sannual feld sports
or the :2. The stu-
leS 1i training for the
Spit is probable that
will be broken.
e bemld t the I'ul-
is cordially wel-
&m the past year
beI to a Sttendance.
jppgigof the Athen-
g1tere ting discus-
by Dr. Kepie.
"**Some of the
Ifas." was really a
of the history of
0 t1 be disciiussted also
a the subject. In the
lmrest was further in-
ictwres of the great-
lans mentioned.
brig thrown upon a

as last Friday evening
by Prof. Fawcett on
and Polit -s.'" Dr.
Sn a masterly way-
Intended to pre-
the ravages of dis-
ggptimo. yellow fever
SThe paper was dis-
Omr began on February
new students were en-
nolts of the examina-
dmld the first semester
bs e quite good.
as well as the Ex-
aigl seat a very credit-
I the Tampa State Fair.
g of the University cir-
gime to Tampa Is Di-

has recently returned
OWr. where he made an
the Bradford County
an "Agriculture in

of Chapel Hall is
by the handsome
lerseuoe Davis and Rob-
g lmsated on Lee's birth-
University by the Kirby
U. D. C.

m Nights, Owing to a
60 t gh-Relief Pound
a tLastL
waters past my wife
|f e4 with a most persist-
ilaPeeSable cough, which in-
41011" ever a period of sev-
M- used her many sleep-
Writes Will J. Hayner,
h1 r0ley (Coll Ilulletin.
Smi utIOU were tried each
Il bs Ieneacial results In
lRh i the cough again put in
and my wife. acting on
of a friend, purchased
FCubertlan's Cough lteme,
1i4t ws,. indeed, marvel-
- thr dostn the Cough en
* rd and has not mala-
I- ace' This ri.eiry in
4Iz druggits.

LIJperu ndanee.
1 amaasger discover any bu-

e0ers"d the gloomy author
-* whole thing was a Joke "

Tb &At Lullabies.
1 0any w4onlan whii has raised
660 k etlldr. ran i ltat all the
al '1 "d11ve" at llilging I.lI
1 f411t lly lull ;alvest.fi

L i~to n elW f l tpnele'r'in.-e'

1l -nAT N W BYS
bef. aee4btic t ag. t!hU

sIftLum t, tv au4.tf
OM @A 'rk A r tASUe ad S

LUoa ,Ief Woath
I. Siut mr,056' u~

Should Not Wait
Too Late.

The appallling de-ath-rate from kil-
ney dlsea-e i diu' In InI.t o? t .,. *> to
the fact that the little kidi,-'% tront.
bile% are' usually neghleted untill they'
bee( -:,-e serlru. The slight niIp
to s give place to chrmliiMc disorlers
anii tle suaerer g,., gradually iInto
the grasp of dialbets. dropsvv right ,s
Ili'wase. grae'l or smnie lothear seaitius
formi of kidney conisaintl
If youi suffer frilnn bac;ka :e. head-
aches. dilzz7.' mi'll.; if thc kidn<' ,,-
erptions are' Irregular of passage. :nid
unnatural In apiiarance. do not de-
lay HeIlp the kidneys at once.
Doan's Kidney Pills are especially
for kidney disorders-they cure where
others fall. Over one hundred thou-
sand Ieepi*e have recommended then
Here's a case at home:
Mrs. A. H. Leonard. 304 E. Liberty
street. 'Gainesvllle. Fla. says: 'I feel
that from personal experience and
that of several of my friends who
have used Doan's Kidney Pills. I can

endorse them very highly.

Any per-

.-on suffering from backache, head-
aches. chills. nervousness or any of
the other symptoms arising from dis-
ordered kidneys. will make no mis-
take, in gi ing Doani' Kidney Pills a
trial. They always act quickly. cause
no iniconvenience and live up to the'
chlali nmlide for them."
For sale by all dealers. Price ',t
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Iuffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take ino other.


Ogden Colored School Doing Good
Work-People Prosperous.
Editor Sun: As The Sun is the
principle organ in this county please
allow sltace to say a few things con-
rernling the colored people il the Og-
den school district. Mrs. Mamie Bow-
.ers will clotw a succe"sful session next
\Wedntsday. She has enrolled about
ha with a high average. About 2't
patrons are sending to this school, lb.
of whom own and operate their own
farms. These 1I8 families own l.2-'3
acres of land. 30 mules and horses.
and about 60 head of cattle., besides.
there are six families who have not
as yet sent their children to school.
but who own 400 acres of land and
eight head of mules and horses. It
will be observed that nearly 75 per
cent of the patrons are land owners.
averaging about 100 acres to the fam-
ily. The major part of these proper-
ties hat been paid for The writer
has 2t year experience and can say
candidly that the people are trying to
be lo)al citizens. Crimes are rare.
Two murders have been committed in
:.0 years. and in each case the deed
was done by a transcient man. The
people have trebbled their wealth in
the last five years. It took nothing
but a panic" to stop then. lBy no-
tiuing our prosperity it will bew %4en
that the school is not a financial bur-
den to the county Suh is the con-
dition of a people who hate had two
school sessionll illn seen years. We.
holpe that our county lxard will here-
after put us in the first rank. of col
oted schools for trin t ig l t i~inprileo
tours l i-h4 alongi all lin>--
s i. Ii KN I.iY-
Al.i l I I:u"' 'b1

Special Services at Colored Church.
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For Trat Tel i-.c Ith ng

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Was Given Sixty Days or $15 and
Costs by Justice Carlisle-Will
Dip Turpentine.

Flet(her Gas.o. a little negro who
ham repeatedly been In court troubles
here, will now INe given a chance to
try the act of dipping gum for Rawls
& Co. for he. next sixty day.. hating
been found guilty of the larceny of
a bicycle tire from Mason Richardson.
Gass is quite a notorious little char-
acter about the streets and has not
always been caught for the meanness
he has been guilty ol.
When Sheriff Ramsey went to arrest
him on Saturday he had to chase him
before finally capturing him. which
was done in the rear of the south side
block, where the negro had bid him-
Before Justice Carlisle he was con-
victed upon the charge of larceny.
having taken a bicycle tire belonging
to Mason Richardson. and the evi
detlnce was so conclusive that the judge
fined him $13 and costs or sixty days
in the camps. As the money has not
yet been raised he will be taken to
the canips Monday.

Six Nights "Go as You Please" RMe.
How many tired fathers and moth-
ers In this town enter this race every
night carrying a baby? And they
wonder what the matter is. Chances
are the child is starving -worms are
eating all of its food. Most children
have worms-yours needn't. White's
Cream Vermifuge will get rid of the
worms and strengthen the child. Price
25 cents per bottle. Sold by W. M.
Len Street No*ise.
A hundred years or so ago 6no pu-
aishment couid have been worm thaM
that of subjecting the victim to the
inferno of modern London nolsea If
they had then existed. Dropping wa
ter on the forehead, torturing with
tweezers, setting food before the starr-
ing culprit-out of reach-all of these
were exquisite and refined forms of
horror, but they all pale before a night
and a day in a modern London street.
-Town and Country.
-l -e
Baby Hands
Will get Into mischief--often It
means a burn or cut or scald. Apply
Ballard's Snow Liniment Just as soon
as the accident happens, and the pain
will be relieved, while the wound will
heal quickly and nicely. A sure cure
for sprains, rheumatism and all pains.
Price 25c. 50c and $1.00 a bottle. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.



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-Bottled Sy-
Galneeville Coca Cola Bottling Co.

The Crefty Spider sao the Way Me
Paid His Debts.
The following fable of the spider Is
one of the folk tales of northern NI-
A spider, t eemas, had occasi o to
borrow a sum of money. A journey
round to the renper sly disposed
brought him 2.000 cowries each from
the cat the dog. the hyena, the leopard
and the lion. When pay day came
round, the sphier remained at home to
receive the visits of his creditors In a
certain prearranged order. First came
the cat to claim repayment of his loan.
"Iusb!" said the spider. "I bear a
nolae outside. It is a dog come to see
me. You must hide under this cala
bash f.ir safety." The ,at was scarce-
ly hidden when the dew. coming in.
made a similar renluest fer hbl money.
&Sys Master Splder. "There Is a cat
under that calabash. Take him sand
consider the debt pokl." No sooner
said than done. Just then a shuffling
and Mrraptng were heard at the door.
The third creditor, the hyena, had ar-
rived. "Don't be alarmed, my dear
dog. but bide here till be heas left."
And the spider bustled him under the
calabash. "I smell a dog." mid the
hyena, routing about. "Under that
calabash," the qspidr replied. "Bt him
up. and your debt is paid." The dog
paid the penalty of his simplicity, and
all was quiet once more. The hyena
was preparing to leare. when be heard
an ominous sound that sent him
crouching against the wall. It was thi
pattering of the leopard's feet at the
door. "Quick: Under this calabashr'
-ries his host. and the hyena curls up
in the fatal cache, only to meet a like
fate from his more courageous enemy.
"My debt Is repaid." said the leopard.
and ran against the lion coming In. A
terrible fight ensued, for the leopard
and the lion are equal in strength, so
the natives say. When blood and dust
make havoc In the bouse and both an-
imals are exhausting their strength
the spider is busy at the ire. Seizing
a pot of boiling crease. be pours it
over the clawing mass. Leopard and
lion roll apart in their death agony.
and the spider has only to straighten
and clean up before resuming once
more the humdrum life of fly estelag.
No wonder he is knows as "Mal-
wayo." the crafty one.

Save Meney by Buyingr Chambeela
Cough Remedy.
You will pay Just as much for a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Reme-
dy as for any of the other cough medi-
cines, but you save money la buying
it. The saving is nl what you get, not
what you pay. The sure-toure-you
quality is !i. every bottle of this reme-
dy. and )ou get good results when
you tak" it. Neglected colds often de-
velop serious conditions, and when
you buy a coujh medleine you want
to be sure you are getting one that
will cure your cold. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy always cures. Price
25 and $0 cents a bottle. For sale by
ail druggists.

Mchammedan Serenity.
A Mohammedan people e)aoy eM
great advantage over el othei-the
never sufter from the anttelpatl et ,
that which I1 to come. and. as a natu-
ral result, they can always enjoy the
present. nlhough only a ftw hours
may Ker.r te them from dam*aer or
even frum death. Their lacit be-
lief In at ordained future maparts a
diTnulled re'lse and outward call to
all their aetlions Thu,. In spite of the
trials anid troubles which threatened
the talte dlurirn my stay at Pes. a
,.':iolI h surface of unchangeable seren
;*'- vh.led the tuner thoughts of every
iadli iduil. from the sultan to the ne-
gro at his gates.-RIackwo4d Magazine

Reason Enthroned.
ihecau-e, meats are so tasty they are
(oi.iunsied In great excess. This leads
to t tiua( h troubles, blliousness and

CrointlMatlon. Re l.se your diet. let
r:t.-oji and not a pampered aipelwtit
,i -,0l I ln-ii take- a fe-w do.-tes of
*': ..,' oh r; .' Stoa'nit< i and l.li* r
I'abh tt :)t .I ou w ill < ,>i %4 i 11
*iiaoli 'l i it Fur ..l1. at ;all drug
. S-l. ia a ll fr.ee

His DofenLO-
COMA(le-Y-ou -'tiz. iiea V'
cook By the '.A sleiie dc414,ia -..-
your servants! hISti,' I te-ali -r air,. '-
tm~rs Wheii %a e leea fc1 it ;, I -'
atuoug tke'ri %%v tdi~fl'er tar iw~-r-,
to (4111,iiie 'thitla U ( As-eta.
dear felte ime thlaIle'it h -tvrailet' S il
- why 11--l"'C4a1 %4U ele1
of homper wItalth I Hr dli.-.mi1.e-11

mI: 'ad Tur cte-arr--Ill..e ir
~~~tile' rritatmona iitie-

M1~, ~.c UI4Ohe 't laellaA4-Jj41 Ul fil
l Old ,i-%' s 111-41 veIfrican the- .YAt4mIlj It t
No#' WOli bUtt OW K'AlUit'II-I (i t'h),
luw j4Awka4. J. W Mc~cullluna & CU


Offlcs at Crawford & D viT' a.
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Offies in Grabm am udbg. m
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No. K 5 MOSW

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All Tenasni ut-cm k and pemno ally a
b'-tel loy Mr. Davi. Come and take a
look at tlwi,,, lwet.er you buy or ao.
llarns Warmn anl Buaieos or alk.

Davis & Oliver
I ii,~iweville, Florida

Breads, Cakes ad


ll. -aii rn .ti "l ''i.l r,.im at*,l uo
Bakr) a.r,.. ~ t pr,'iarnd to givw
).,.1u it I. --.rI ." i. abe V our we-
r,, .1 ti ) .' ,-r ry morning

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and What Is GO
I and
oifOf city.

at Itethrford4'

L* M s pound at Sal

SS of g(rocerlep Pe'e

4 yesterday for Jack-

guards' benefit on
CtHi" goods for less

tyOd might.

ft Wllistoo was
-. yesterday.
g bt cost at The
bh mad 9tb.
lpal to ladles'
w wamke you up on
1 t t. LC. Smith.
o Lukens was a
Sgte eity yesterday.
p itUe of coods offer-
s at The Magniet.
1. o Jonesville was
ra li the city yester-

r Square Deal
is months.


git your tickets for
I. Jhes." You will not
a turpentine operator
a visitor to Galnesville

k tmsaed and repaired
i tallr and cleaner.

W M left yesterday foi
e gma to visit her
Mk turpentine and
IoI f Ol Town. was a
yd terday.
L eft yesterday
ere h goes on a
itl O a few days.
M 1 Ferna and Shrub-
p1 Pruit Trees In va-
i 08s. 'phone 179.
I Of farmer of Alachua.
Mi iW sI this city on busl-
Stoa his home yesterday.
N 'The Late Mr. Jones"
i b e Moay. the 8th. at
-- lSserved seats 50c.

g awbe.
I bift Pond
0 fr sale by

Planos and
W. L. Hill.

=4M temaers made to order
Woolen Company's
SlMUt liae of spring and
IlSa ever shown in
amla and repairing.

L.OL A. rews and wife de-
SNWt for Cuba. which
SIN visit for the next few
11 Major has some prop-
m the island and goes
WIsI t looking after then

Their own oeamfort and
tre should sever be
SOra a 'sweet Pow-
iw throughout the e-
U.~a. Cure revcrtiblnho.
fMoorderm. Headdaebr
TH 14: I)WIWK'R'%
b bv all lD ru L % .t- r 5t'
ftUbetJaute A Ltri. p..-.I.akr
S. mother who ekn ld-
LA )% N

Kall,-y olin.l sltir P 'e'nto'ni pooouids
for a dollar
Johin lil i -f Arr.,l'mil,,) a- ii
(BalllP% illtl' o*,rt, ld
rid en tiour o rerlr flr giroi rir.- s tot H
It. IPeph r. Fr,, d,,llhern
(Cha. de Marthile rnalI ;:a short hust
neIs's trip to Alacrhia *,. ts rd'ats
IDont mils the canned good al.-
at The Magnet Mondan anRd Tue-,dl.
1li.'- K a Ila% BilalI". o 'o hlM|\ too
pa. eash at Sallhy & ( t''. and go t
ltveutr poolno hIn manlTly iprtt.
dletP 'm',. all l sterllng tMli ,,r. from fi e
up. L.. C Anilth
.Iohn Ambro e. a ho ha tbewrii a
Walido for the | ptt *<-k. returned to)
hl, hom n,-re yite,.terdav
T. It. Klis. Jr aIt-. a |vi, -,';Io r t
6i ksoa \i io t h- e'-r to rl. I,' li, rall .1
there on professional bu.lineba
If your purse permits indulge in the
best. We offer unexcelled table-board
for $8 per week. The Brown House.
Walter Bryant was In the city yes-
terday. He was formerly of Alachua
but is now located In Jacksonville.
Plank's Chill Tonic Is guaranteed to
emre chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price tic. Sold by W. M. Jonsoan.
Mrs. Lula Lattlmer, who has been
vislating Mrs. D. G. Edwards for the
past few days. returned to her home
at Windsor yesterday.
Miss Edith Shawl of Alachua ar-
rived in the city yesterday and will
spend a short while here as the guest
of her sister. Mrs. W. T. Gill.
H. A. Williams of Waldo. one of the
old-time merchants and business men
of that place, was meeting his numer-
ous acquaintances in the city yester-
The Baptist Young People's Union
extends a cordial Invitation to all
young people in the city to meet with
them at the Baptist church at 6:15
p. m.
Suits and trousers made at home by
an expErlinced tailor-see spring and
dammer woolens now on exhibition
from Bruner Woolen Company. Chas.
R. Ellis.
Don't you think it would be a good
idea to give our amateur performers
a rousing house Wednesday night?
They are working hard and will surely
deserve It.
St. Petersburg Com. & Seed Co., St.
l-etersburg. Fla.-Burpee's Seeds
Fruit. Produce. Eggs, etc. Best egg
market in State. Consignments and
correspondence solicited.
Dr. J. L. Cloud. one of the promi-
nent business men of Alachua, was
here on a visit yesterday. He reports
that Alachus is still on the hustle and
fast coming to the front
Does your wife or your sweetheart
have a birthday soon? A dainty
brooch or lace pin will make her
heart glad. Let us show you our line
of beauties. L C. Smith.
R. W. Hall. one of the clerks at the
Seaboard. has returned from a three-
weeks' stay on Gasparilla Island. He
enjoyed the trip immensely and is
well pleased with that country.
There was a great outburst of an-
ger when papa went home with gro
series bought from another store
And mother hasn't ispoke to father
since." Salley & Co. sell for less.
The magnificent Everett-Grand pi-
ano now being used by the Bible Con-
forence in the Tabernacle is for sale
at a bargain. Apply to A R. Harper
Piano o.. o106 Main street, Jackson-
ville. Fla
At Auctaon-Hoffman, the thorough
br.*d G.-rmilal ('N old a tilltou t t ihe- hi gh 't i..t id,.r
on Saturda -',.bruar. -II. 1; at iI

ul 4ck l tro-a t oI ('rgt orl tiAt I., .i

d.tlll S t till
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Fr Fancy Livery of All Kinds

u r Hes and Mules, Bugges anid
S..... Wages, Harnes, Whips, Laprobes

b 1i c I 4 r iii'-y ( ul of 0r a 'tir 1 -tA< k "<,
WIlg I-ltct-il bylv our Mr. ('rawf' oI

ew Goods







You can make your selections from the bet f our

immense stock.

Dress Goods,

We call special attention to




FOR SA --Chufta seed $1 per peck.
H. H. Thomas. Carletom. iorlda.
FOR SALE-Typewriter rtbbes. both
copy and record. T esots each.
Sun o*0 *
FOR SAL --Good mtle horse Md
m*e nrMiber-id tum. Apply P. M
Box No 276.
FOR BAL-lSeves Rho d lhIshd Lbes
and rooster, pwre, 10;; s $1 set-
ting. B. M. Heskard. 200 Lomes
FOR BALE-Very proUfe variety Ses
Island cotton seed direct rom Isa-
lands of South Carolina. James
ChMesut. alineeville,. r., Box. 344.
0O0 SALD--we u eats am lSet
GimsvUle; Itwn emay mmw
kse Interesta t muble to tP r m
sL Apply t Om n edks.
FOR SAL--CarwMer lot I-ulI tet
em Wet MaL it. oL rth ms d Mo
Sry S*t, e*xt to Jd Ke driak
Will U at a bargawa asd os em9
terms. Apply at Sum oAeo.


Laies' Ready*toWear Gs 0r Spety. Eryti







war&s UMa a lMe; so malmi now
eriny word overam$R dg omOamg w
an a.ui=W..a .COAM toa. dyme


im tLla eoluma.

FOR Rnew.


RENT-Five-rool eottaig. A
W0 LiUberty street.

FURNISHED ROOM Nor rent Electric
lights and bath. Apply at Sun olieo.
FOR RENT-Furnlshed rooms. mod-
ern conveniences. Apply 501 1ast
Seminary street.

MONKY TO I)OAN- Southern Loan
and Trust Co have established an
agency here. Money loined at 4
|per (cent. minlpile interest. to buy or
iln|r re-al -tate. litox 3:13. 'City
IEN\ WANTED ('aill at l14h K Lib-
r.rt1 Stroet \'W A ca in te.ret you

~.Aidmake. it to 3 our ad' auatage to
,A 4orbk foi up,
tk. 'It iOWPVN 14).SS W~k.aio61 daill)
!I dao 1itip oilk h.i -jpd rt- thhni


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