OAINUBVIYIL, FLORIDA, TUESPAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1909
TEN CENTS A WERK
ats; K. Strig. feature fund the sum of $5.oI00 for the S p, 1.1l r.it .\<, I 1 ;at 71
I.5; Pettt ase of the general fund Also the aunm H -eial riid \I, ": 6io '.':t
. 6M; J. of $5,000 from fne land forfeiture fund (;an4i. fuill 0 l .'.1
S0.46;: ishop for the ua of the general road fund. Sp .hiI ai.iul itIlhd I '. "
Nfd O B*&. &aid amounts ha tn ag bt' n deri%,ed
0. 0. LMatbew,. from the hire of tu.itt. $ T:. I. ,11
I. 0. Gay. Mad 'That the poor farm t rnlted to
C. Duie. 0d *okomon Warren for the ,.ar lwoo feur
r. rled sAplile. the mum of $7 d $"*. 774 7
iadvend road That Ira J Carter tl. paid fuor e.r% Orde-red 'lhat W'..iiI 11' Knit"
ri .. $6; T R tees at iqueest. |l b0, jur) f, ve*r $6. rdeni. ,e 4-i,.&id $0, and Amauda
ld. 163; W. B. Dr Tbos. McLmod. services,. Slo) IAiih ti- drirpl..l-d from pauiper list
'w read. 39.4; The following bills w.re ordered The Iuoard then adjourned
Madrimes. 1.07; paid in erwimal ews: Ira J Carter.
M.; 8 O Mat 34.01e: 8 O Wyane Sli to J A Car sBu "Want" ads bring results
GOOD IMMIGRANTS FOR
SOUTH OR NONE AT ALL
TM SMec N s velopmt Wt Imm,
Says recutr hwe of Ske Cdgre.
SWAN N A O RRLE TRAGEDY
I LON OCCURRED AT ALAT
-0 R EE ION NKOMO SHOT TOP OF HIS WFrS
E i U EAD OFF.--
Couty Jail sa f S "ve mlme"f
i Up t. Sheriff.
ag-tsgat geU intrtltng PALATKA, ePb. 5.-A domestle atb-
do&h al we hav% uaderstmadifg between a asge by the
Sd wdie nog % bob* rae. leto same of Newman sad his tife calmi-
aUms wh &umgerholy sa ts atsted In a tragedy Saturday night
w V wal t e- petcOeal rights |about 6 o'clock. when Bowman blew
3egtrhe anly gated-the his wife's brains out with a double-
Stf a hmme national barreled ashotgunas leaded with back-
a t_ e _phat.. a nd the shot. After the commission of the
5 4ra S@ ta tes a md deed Dowman deliberately walked In
I at-st blatkse are a re of the direeda of the county jail, gave
@ ONui ida-ed ladestridal himself up, ad was put behlnd the
ald other -sses h ded Ose of the deadly issles struck
eq da# o fgr the raem ems the woman in the right temple. The
g-_mle usatiaL but now remainder the charge bunched
editl ^around the right ear and made pulp
.3 51 rd -l gy deo udour of the skull and skin. So tal was
S e mintemeame a the wtnd that the woman scarcely
am ef tlso _t .. _in odr iad time to Veallse what had betallen
s- -m ao t- e a w9&y abad=m the t her.
*"at u.o -- of tha eG Orief, ad coasternatlon r s in
B It -e la l soa at te- tsa asolored section. where tht hoot-
00D 1 b- tl k e teo t pe M s* -la oceerred, and the frensled areans
e edllg twreaoesu-09 men and the cries of drn
S i ta e fry Satm o A GP beaded i ffl and diordat uni
*L so meidome; that soeek s A phystela was immedlately
"a. be Ie-trm% ot m ed but the or at.victm
S-- i ne a wa% mof course. beyond allU humn aid.
Staft Uw mt iy St tem Slerirt Kenerly and his start depu-
tAmW e emhia; ad6 t were at theseemeat m
MM b gsi b ide sded f- ood ready to do whatever wu ecs-
lm.ew It r pu seO N to-hadt the negro attemnwe* to es-
.3W ; P. 0. meeo u 3.W:; T.
S1 q9 R. TIMIlsa. .63; Walter Bell, 7.-0;
U. A. Besxey, 6.O; 8. P. Thomas.
S.1M0; L. O. B sak. 2.34; J. L
O That the following bonds be approv-
ed: WEam Hale, oatary public; A.
SL Blandamn Otary public; S. C. Hay-
mmas, Justice of peae; P. 3. Dennis.
notary public; W. Bell, notary pub-
Ic Ie; I. IL Webatr, notary public; J. D.
Watkis, notary public; P. D. Patter-
- we o a 6116; J. W. May. read work. 81; A. V. CUie8. 8. Skipper. A. F. Tor-
M: i. 0. 01. Canim., reed work, P; J. G. lay. J. U. lddy and Joseph Howard.
L -P--er, eaNd work. 1. Whereuppo having complied with the law. were
*Mi dJ. bead adonedr.< m W=edeedy. allowed to carry a pistol, and Joseph
ft t Ptror. XL-3.agd mat pursuant to Howard and A. R. Turner were allow-
A w-M -- r ---'st of Tueday. with J. G. ed to carry a repeating rife.
r sa Mo lit,' Dmp-Ar, C. W. Summer, O0. P. Can- That the following area of Alachua
ot" mas. J. V. May d J. V. Townsed county, Pla., the same being election
I be paid: S. pemit. The bea being called to district No. 7. be and the same is
We V. L. -r er aallwlg blle were paid: hereby declared a justice of the peace
UiMe m 0. W. S. mmers, read hands. $1M; district No. 7. towit: Election dis-
gh 01. )4 ; 0. P. Oames. road hands, W; J. trict No. 7, bounded on the west by
Mor, S; MM. V. Twma rd, read hands, $176; J. range liane dividing ranges 19 and 20.
ha, O; Sea L 0. Dompler, read hands. $ ; J. on the north by a line dividing town
mB Jam. W. May. read hands. $160; Gas and ships 8 and 9. range 20. on the east
a pgu, i; nautrie Power Co.. $12.49; H. & W. by line beginning at the northwest
S. M. W1eMp B. Devr Co., mortgaege record. $17; corner of action 2. township 9. ranges
LS; T. L SeMl- W. D. DsMklans. gemm*'lete,,. $11.14; 20 and 21. thence south to half-mile
C. L Carlt. J. D. Mathesein, ommsiloms. $13777; stake on east line of section I. towns
Totaghoe Oa.. 9t7.70; M. L avis. road supplies, ship 10. range 20. on the south Ib-
, pgihAng. P1; jArt Metal Castructkm Co.. vault. $1. glnning at the half-mile take on east
i, 61*; J. 6.M; Cano A Mott. road work. $2; line of section 1. township 10. range
T: Sln rMa, MeOormick d Howe. road supplies. 20. and running due went on the half
M. J. T~epe 6 $111; C. A. Wiliams. road supplies,. mile section line through section I to
Tesad, .-- 63; T. R. Walts. road service. $23.33; 6. township I1. range 241. to the. ranie-
m, mad work. vanced. $13.70; T B. TUlis. refund. $5. line b'twew'n i Snd 2**
, gd ippMes. ianeville Hardware Co. plumbing. Tl'he report of J |i .tath'oii *'ouInIIy
k COa.. read p- $3.65; P. 0. Ramsey. feedlng prtion- ir..iur. r wa-. relv.ed hho'wlug lii '
* 5m, road ea. 1i.SKO; P. O Kaiuaey, mooney ad- bonidittii of t ll ,erjl flanl- a- foll
ammd road Ordered. That under asd b> irtue low |u
I OiatheM. road of the Acts of the Legislature of the ,;,.i>.eral i'mn *I $ -', '*,;
eM. read work. Slate of Plorlda for the .ear It1 there l|(t..l fund ",'' 't
.. 1.36; R. P be appropriated from the fne and for- F, :inil (,r. f iatur- I ". ~*,
Short Stories From All
New steel cells have been received
for the Dade county Jail.
Dade county crops were injured but
little by the cold wave.
MaJ. Cromwell Gibbons
drawn from the mayoralty
Palm Beach tourists were greatly
delighted with the first cake-walk of
A new Masonic lodge has been in-
stalled in Key West. It will be known
as Anchor lodge, No. 12.
An Atlanta firm will betiii the work
of conittruction on I)a)tona'- new imu-
nicihlpl waterworkh, In .March
The Third Torpedo Ioat Flotilla hae,
flnlshed the annual mid-winter target
pra t.l. an t Joset phi la>
%% ill ?.tert II'. itlil a
41f IMt1h V A 4* 4*
,I firi I 114*4.
I lie I11i',. 1 I I itinilee ll I t=ivi u it
at .t ~ ..* Ark cm ) teerel i,itio till .'.
alten t o ii ar will T.a th h, etooml .% ,ul
tit I el eit 4
,nuit. i'tlu i aiaum -teatifi to icf ithe'
burned to death whTle incarcerated la
the Leesburg jail one night last week.
It Is thought ohat the jail was set frA
to by parties who entered one of the
oells and stole a large quantity of
"blind tiger" whiskey which the mar-
shal aad captured and stored there for
safe keeping Jones had been care-
fully searched for matches by the nar-
shal and he is certain that the prisonW
er had no matches about him
Mr. Thomas Milton Knowlei. who
carries the mail and supplies to the
weather bureau at Sand Key. reports
that last Thursday, while returning
from the trip. when half way between
Sand Key and Ke. We-t I he' saw s
commotion in the water 'Ahich was
calm a bhort time tb-fre and disco.
ered a large object riminx from t-
water It looked like a large hip
tN)tto uni. irdisl and ?ooii tKganS to
ltlow anil lathl t W tail 1Ir Knos'les
had :L n t lootk th,. ],e--i'-r and
it o()Il tlun, It 1 ('le liIA (t, yards
hli a l hiu i ure.a.Illk fric~ltne'l'd hit I0b-
uIii atlm)tt :.oo fe.,t ;aA. t i '.' >.tay)ed
alh<)It 1., iiJlijut
of the water at one' time. hut would
ri.-~e anid .ink ali, flt~n tlk ', it eout of
th'* ,a;n .u l Into l lt e *i -r ta li'Sh
a ll.. I ....I 1... I l ii ,l th F lrl""
k.' e I t 1 1 ,lli ,. ;r t. lind
k r, ., I, l., !w ,-, n o t
r.. tri.m, i t. k '* f- e at'
A h wi ri -tr ..i..l 1 1" tars
W. C. FISHER KILLED
IN RUNAWAY ACCIDENT
sieeitt let1 H ii h itle' (eetf' itii e 4- 'CM I-s I .., '.1 ,I ,I J
tI) lilt II o I il ~ Ie (Il .,tI f t d Ir, III II.'. a I I" I ,.r ,'. ,TII -I
I*e'e t, e Niaret-h 7fri ou .ei 1tlgg,. 11, Ia Aicit
fi.i'lm ejiletil c-ian! %Adab ek Thlebild?
("harla-a IetmvP eali~t,1 Ibie' Wris ~ngt h ashett 1A 1),1 i1101itcltt41 atAI~ilt~t.' .hl
.'. ce'cri' lirake'wau ou the A C(1. L s 1-41 'ito his for~er tjeiltet
MONTGOMERY. Ala., Feb. 8.-G.
Grosvenor Dawe. managing director
of the Southern Commercial Congress.
when Interviewed yesterday relative
to the attitude of the congress toward
Immigration, had this to say:
-As the Southern Commercial Con-
gress looks towards making the work
ot all Southern commercial bodies
more effective I attitude towards
Immigration will be based upon a con-
sensus of the views held by organisa-
tions throughout the South. It is a
subject on which In the South there
is a wide divergence of opinlou as to
methods, but very clearly defined
views as to the results that are de-
No Desire for Some Classes.
"Speakila at this moment for Ala-
bama alone'. I may may that there Iti
a decided feeling in favor of the ar
rival from abroad of white agricultu
ralists and others. particularly fron,
northwest urope and the liriti hL
Isle4. Such men will always 1w wel
come in the South: for they arrive tr.
America with a due respect for law
and order and with a sympathy for the
government ideals which have made
"There Is little desire for the clasi
'd I \ 1: I I I '
of Immigrants who later lead to a
struggle In maintaining the Ideals tC
American civilization. The gseeral
feeling is that the wonderful agricgl.
tural possibilities of this part of the
Union had better remain Unused I
the utilization of them should lesg to
accentuating In any way the effor to
maintain that which has already been
gained In the past century.
South's Part to -e Large.
"The purpose of the commercial
bodies of the South are high. Devel-
opment Is desired and not bindrasne.
My Intimate knowledge of many me
throughout the South, dealing with
the problems of its development. has
shown me that they desire the stlMame
tion of the South's advantages, but do
not desire to lay any additional prob.
lems of the present or coming genera-
"The South with its great resources,
is destined to play In the harmonious
developments of the nation, a vastly
miir' Important part than it ever play.
ed In the earlier years of the country.
This is realized by the commercial
bodies, and the full seriousness of a
hastened development of today's lead-
ing to Intenser problems of the fu-
ture. Is fully understood and will be
a~r;" raU!Y U 6AIN3WILLo g PLOIZI#At, FEBRUARY ,99og
Ud o ove go mo &Wev
we a Ibso dw oe S" o
*0___ -so o mpow" m
BM. 'M I Origist,
Tau"""ad for the
.k Im. A (a he te r teees- he
6,#40b" suo" no DO-WO
flp fte aaset pubMded ft The Son
POMi "bwi, that the depot at
mmmd benosom trepedby iam
mighOW pre iSeS wsm er-
Thebe lmeeu s tOnwhered t ot
Tygewior ribbinfor Smeleat thi
s~m he bat as the mwb@L Onl
selaft Gm a mIAN eelerssd fto
as m A saN owarimaddm
New eird Theatre.
IWanmd M6. o-* Th Ae Latef Mr.
isM,"" s Theo ildu m. amd cbm-.
fpo *. & %m*OwfCW OW9.
PrldW, &A&1. 12- The Lman TrWns
OmC ep u.*A ipd bfWy eArnMr., in
"rA Yaw ker nIrminrr "
Jew Moerag PIrhsre, arAh afferrrn n
end figh, erxw&V Ssmday.
Ther Lae Mr. Jenes.
Don't forget that "The late Mr.
Jome" is to be given Wednesday
aight for the bemet of the Gaines-
vtDo Ouards, a Ceompy whose history
we ae all pNOd of. Some of our lead-
Ing edties are now sad have been
a the past members of that splendid
1nala mt. Whe called upon they
are reen y and wlla to respond and
wherever they have served. have re-
Seetod credit asaour town. Give them
hearty support and at the same time
eujoy as eventlg of laughter. Tickets
now on sale.
The barber's Mistake.
There is a fany story told of the
Lymaa Twnls, the famous comedians
who appear here Friday nlghL Dur-
Ian the Eret of their enasaement in
Deaver, Colo.. some time ago. one of
the brothers went Into the barber ihop
of the hotel at which they were stop
plmg to get shaved. Betng accommo-
ated he quietly put on his hat and
overcast and left. In a few moment.
in came the other twin and very un-
m-ct-eo y got Into the same chair
which his brother had just vacated
One of the
dfe 0 bep bhemine -*day ia Vat
fedd a lemimMan o ias the beH methods
d premtiag hkl mmsad happlme mad
ftk livin and koMwd ofd the woaMd'
-pued p a ----
oProd fS OW r tual oma- adn
resonable 'e trutMuly -pes.os
amd which have attained to world-wide
sileptase though the approval d the
Wei-lformwd of the World, not o indi-
viduals only. but of the many who have
the happy faculty of selecting and obtain-
ing the best the worll afford.
One ofa the product of that eld of
kamw component parts, an Ethical
mnedy, approved by physicias ad ow-
mnded by the Welnfarmed of the
Werid aa value ad whkamme fsmly
laxative isa the wd-kMow Synp Frp
Mnd ofxir of S.m. To g&t its bniafl
Freat arays buy the mi- amM.-
(aetmd by the nlaoFig1 Sq po
me, and b wa bbyA e t" a go .
better job than that." "That's all
right," said the twin, "you must have
shaved my brother.' "Not on your
life." said the barber. "you can't make
me swallow that-I know who I
shaved." Just then the door opened
and In stepped the other twin. The
barber looked foolish, gaxed from one
to the other, got nit with three or four
wet towels from his companions and
finally brawled out. "Well. I'll be. It's
on me.' The twin comedians each
left with a good cigar which was on
The Lyman Twins. with a big com-
pany of clever players, appear at The
New Baird Theatre Feb. 12th. Prices,
2Se. 50c. 75c and $1. Seats on sale
Always good. the entertainmbnts for
aad waited patOently for the barber to this week at the Electric The-atre. ill
omomenc'. The barber of that chair be eoxeptionably fine.
oa returala from the other room I On Thursday and Friday nights will
TN8 DAMSY MRL8 WITH THE LYMAN TWINS IN "THE YANKEE DRUMMERS"-AT
THEATRE FRIDAY NIGHT, FEB. 12.
Wd are mure
q Uo don't
mynk Nd Buy
d an US.
T. W. Dryse of the Bryant-4trattoo
Benuess Colleg of LoaisvUle. is
among the many visitors here to
speed the remainder of the winter.
Mis wife was so well pleased with the
c dty that ahe ladaued him to come
dowa ad spend the remainalu months
Some artieI that is mply "la the
warY at yer tmo e h If dver
Ind. ho ead to NOemn6 Lhe Is am.
teut ekbgh Sr a..
where he had been preparing a bath,
and on seeing the twin in the chair,
asked very amazingly what be want-
ed. "A shave." said the twin On
hearing this the barbers looked at one
another, each with a puzzled expres-
a ion on hbl face which became more
so when the one assigned to do the
Job on feeling of the customer s face
discovered the same growth of hair
there that had Just been taken off.
but being ashamed to ask questions
went on with his work and finally
ventured to say. "I thought I done a
THE NEW BAIRD
appear John Thompson. one of the
best-known of all the actors in the
country. He will give bhi lecture en
titled. 'Funn) Felloas of N.w York."
in which he iniTrhonatet% ten differ-
ent charam teri and natioiinlittei NIla
popular niimic' on the' I i:! o iolin
banjo. (iarioneI and ~'e \r.:l other
iuntlruitonti, and relate hi, laughalil*-
atorhies. fi always is gre'etd Aithl
flne audiences and ipronibai t)(I 1.11' 1.-4
ever>)une To say he will be here on
dha..-, 't- i. r &;ill| .1 -' r; i
,at 1rdeli ;ft. ri '; I 'akota I loUb
will be iI tI et, It A itlit Iliter '-1t th.
.childr, 1. 1 li< .1a j:: o, tl,. 1 .. iI
t he- E lt i riu I : i : i ( in e k. %, nii .4*
% ill r. ar i Id' .. ii t !111iiil -1; A l u t
cti it, Il. .rl I I .: I t ill 11',* ,4 1,'
IuM)It lit I.n e *,re5IIn'- l*ie wn l t-re
11 l 1. 1 I i' ll t tII !
i .ll 4 1 % % ll i I. ll l ii- Ili I
Giasvie FeCitre C
| Foulih d IN ; inlolrip't'di 1M j
B. ('oleon. Pnmwilent
J. W. Sianlinv, Vioev-Pnrwa.lnt
R. l.% B,,er.n .c.-Trfan.
This companyiy lap wrved tie p ople
of Alachlus county for nearly a tular-
ter tof a century in ct,onectill lith
anl anr fully prepareil to give coam-
plete information touching your title.
Complete set of took lwted daily.
Std .wfor m Fru hdM
LUa MSTAMCE SYSTEM
('over- t!.e south, tt, Itru,kl-
vil e.; eat U (kalas and be-
youd; intent to .* Iulaenne [Li-
ver- north to Alah liat. lith
ald Wortihngton% orinnp,
(.ar ry, an. al 1; intermtwi-
l u tW N P ltim l Ael .\11.1k M ,
HTIl.i.,. P.AW-M1111I-I> .1 FARMb
for One i'r( .
East Flo.rda Tele eC
All .11 1: H. 1% Ce,4., lo.'4 i %'Ia ff, I m- -
114mil4b14.411. (1 lot- Ill. 414Je ~r'attluItee I14 fit. TM I.&donticS31utiU
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I .4Ileeli L~ 'II II 'I i .ANYWHERE
TtoIX, f,1 aj rinago 141 4j4 e*geced 4!'le FLO"I
A~lid aIlet lol -,e-.-j. cundI) 1441 e DUVALBUIDING~s
jo)y III*.- uvt' urd4m~k 1l1i.,oil IWut.-r?(fic j"a~b"VILL1 FLA
yr. at --I-U% 14)411 Shicad luImilth r ( E
The 0im INs bud hb as rmi uadly
m-sa bnom aub krm pnp* in tdig ascii.1
k is we bmtn MR sea. irrecord
br roompidpweisksiimFluriia, OWd asrapi
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THE DAILY BUN: GAINESVITL,. FLOR A, FEBRUARY 9, 1909
4 CO. CRPRIESENTATIVE
SggWS UP RARE WORK.
I oqaenia"ed Here as Result
agb heo- eTim anld Handy
.* gs a were entertained on
afternoon by a novel and
eWhibition of shooting by E. R.
aveimag representative for the
Cartridge Company, for whom
^' e rllle Hardware Company
g *Ire ahir was an Impromptu
gm- fee for all who cared to look
a partlepate. Mr. Holt wired
for a barrel of blue rock
SeAW 00 thwe ust of a trap, and
mgsesawary arrangements made
Swa eexpease, and then turnish-
o s dlis free for all who would
l h ad thirty taking advantage
b -Eer. The shooting of the lo
m ored highly satisfactory, con.
h-that they have not shot at
l the past two years, and a
S~M gy ot the number never at all.
0 lselt crem were made by W. H.
nlalnd C. J. Handy. ten each, Max-
1 sal d Robert Davis nine each,
d lld and a few others eight each.
r do thee gave a demonstration
Ms -i-otngS, which he has not at-
S I ad before for several years. He
'Tw the targets laying on his back
Sai dsiotUng with his feet; he kept
Same position and broke them
ShMag back over his head. bung by
I lg from a horizontal bar and
ft" doubles. He used an auto-
g e gua and broke four targets
lateo the air simultaneously. He
J i a rubber ball into the air with
ft bt of his gun and shot it five
am before IR fell to the ground. He
g Iba targets shooting from his hip
ad Ihem kicked a can Into the air and
* It it all to pieces without raising
f t gun. and perfortu-d nunmerous
16r fests. After this exhibition he
i-as ?1 out of 75 targets. 59 ot tbhm'
Aft the shooting the crowd ad-
Igd- to meet at the Brown House
Ib de evening for the purpose of or-
fMga a gun club. Dr. J. H. Alder-
Swas chosen president and Tom
AWwea secretary of the club.
Mr. Molt asked all the spectators
I 4ae out and see the treat in store
1 tm from the representatives of
IB U. M. C. Company who will be
MSO next Friday, and spoke in the
iMat terms of Miss Oakley and the
4ftfmed wonder. Mr. Maxwell.
For City Marshal.
b lte Voters of the City of Gaines-
I am a candidate for City Marshal.
WB election on April 13. I have
Imd the people faithfully and efl-
sleady, night and day, and my record
I n e for Inspection.
if Miy service during the past year
I bee satisfactory I ask the sup-
Wt and vote of each and every citi-
M Who is qualified. I can only
@Uiae the same service as I have
ieavored to give in the past.
Yours for order,
HEN T ARNOW.
I take this method of Informing the
pAhc that I am a candidate for City
* hal at the ele-ction to be held onu
SAU 13, 1909. I respectfully solicit
-* npport of all voters. irresltctive
9 Party affiliation, and promise to
mthtully and impartially discharge
* duties of the office should I be
CHAS. C. WARREN.
I rapectfully announce myself a
0111date for the ofthe of City Mbar-
04t to be vo'ed for at the election
4* April 13. 1909. If el-ecte-d I %ill
6df Ily discharge the duties of the,
W- without fear or favor I re-
Wtfu1lly solicit the votes of all, Ir
l"VctUe of party affiliation.
CIAH M DELI..
T0 CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
9"4 LAXATIVE: lltoSl Quinliu.
T-b6U tJruggitat refund mnoi ) if
a11 61 to cure E W OROVE bisg
Wa L Rspni
contain any poisonous
chemicals, such as other
GUARANTEED to be ab-
solutely free from grit.
CAN BE APPLIED to
solid silver, silverware
and all other such arti-
cles. Put up in conve-
nient screw-top jars.
9H E IL. 7
DESTROYED BY FIRE
MR. STANFORD WAS PAINFULLY
BURNED SAVING FAMILY.
Handsome Live Oak Residence Was
Valued at Three Thousand Del-
LIVE OAK. Feb. 8.-Mr. J. I. Stan-
ford's dwelling. in the western part of
the city, was destroyed by fire at 3
o'clock this morning. The fire had
gained such headway before discover-
ed that it was with difficulty that Mr.
Stanford succeeded in saving his fam-
ily. and in doing so be was painfully
burned on his hands and arms.
A part of the household goods and
wearing apparel were saved.
Loss is estimated at $3.000, with
$1,000 Insurance on the building and
$500 on furniture.
Will get Into mischief-often It
means a burn or cut or scald. Apply
Ballard's Snow UIniment just as soon
as the accident happens, and the pain
will -e 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.
When Animals Are Ill.
Said a promninieatI veterinarian: "An-
imals when hick are the most helpless
and appre, i-tive if ell creatures, and
the way of adminifnltering relief and
medlii'w In many instances is as novel
ais It is effte'tle. The must savage and
revengeful ntiilinal during sells of se-
vere paiin are. as a rule. as drtile and
tractalle as a child. Itelief most come
frnin a human wimug. aud come quick-
ly, uin they setin to know it The
tims't ieiius h,.rn when groaning
with pain w would allow a mere child to
andminipte.r relief. and ninny of the
wild animinlnh %hen in sli-kness seem
to forget their savage IInstincts."
For COLDS and GRIP.
hicks' CAPL'DINE is the twbt reme-
dy relie ves the aching and feetrimb-
et.sb--cures- the (cold and re. toreur
uirinial coiditions It's liquid -tffe'ct
immediately loc. 2.(c atid "< at drug
stor ,. .s
I t %,%i -. h ,,
M!r E;* ju<11 I r "t .** I
..,-t I: at ri l <1 .% |-."' 4 It ii.. ,j
t I on each box. c.
YTe want ads. do more r-al estate It nis ,
BMUsS than all otb.-r brokers corn
in fact. they *"start" mwst of i" '
e business that tse brokers and [tu"N '
, (. .t, jl,2 *it "
THREE CASES BEFORE
MAYOR DAVIS MONDAY
TWO DRUNKS AND ONE FOR EN-
GAGING IN "MANLY ART."
Jonas Williams "Felt Good" and Want-
ed to "Clean Out" His Houeeheld.
Had to "Shell Out."
Saturday night was not out of the
ordinary, but it seemed as If "scrap-
ping" was In the air. and the officers
succeeded in rounding up four for the
mayor to handle In court Monday
Jonas Williams, a great big negro
who must have his "corn" every Sat-
urday night, proceeded to do his regu-
lar stunt of filling up to the limit and
then putting his household to light.
He was thus engaged when Polk-eman A
Oweas ad Officer Bruton arrived on
the scene and put the would-be wife
beater under arrest He was required
to leave $5 and cost and cautlmoedI
about his actions hereafter.
Kite Prancisco and Joe Floyd were
arrested on a charge of Ightla. Floyd A
had made a purchase from the fruit ,-
man. and Instead of paying for same Wn-,
he cursed the fruit dealer, who "went | S U
after" him. They were each ined $6
Riley Williams. a young negro who
is a good-natured fellow, but Jaust simp-
ly got on a plain drunk, was let go
with $3 and costs.
"What la the difference." adked the
man with the erratic eyebrows, "be-
tween a tall. stout man whoe wife
bas purchased for him a pale pink
smoking Jacket with yellow facings
and a pocket that is utterly out of con- I
venient reach at a dry nods store
P- m oyftc.
T ww coprw arn
venlent reach at a dry goods store
late In the afternoon of the day before '"""
'hrist mas. after having put off the pur-
chase for two weeks beruse she had
to attend half a dosen bridge parties,
and a large. Jovial Ruasean nobleman 3 a
who has b.en convinced of the broth- L..
erhood of man pnd who is devoting
himelft to the laudable work of con- We will sell for the next 10 days our endro M
verting the people on his estate?" Shoe at cost for cash, conii a n of M 9ea I
"How's that?" asked the man with
the dilatory mustache. Mi0ses', Boys' and Children's-ell new pod
Th man with the erratic eyebrows best makes. ;iaptuaftai,
repeated the query. and the other man,
of coWse. refsMd to answer. saylas AET CASH
that If be replied to hypothetical que-
tios he must demand an expert's fee.
"Oh. welL" explained the man with
the erratic eyebrows. "it Is simple
enough. One pays for the premt and
the other prays for the peamaat -Chl-
A Martyr to the Fe.
A toz ean climb almost as well as a
cat and will often be found lying In
tree and on theim top of try covered
walls. High wall eovered with Ivy
often surround private residenceos h M iii. F-- -bS r M Ud- -- I
bunting districts. One of the tamdo Ha Gam and Electric Tb ---
n walls caused the tragic death of t m e Gas and Electri
a hound in the south of Ireland a few Located. Service Guaranteed.
years ago. There was a belt of tresse L L
with thickish undergrowth close up to
the wall, and the bounds were running
a tired fox hard through this belt. glTBRgB JORgbAo. W.34
Suddenly the cry ceased; there were
the unmistakable rowlilug and worry-JDA 0
tug which proclaim a kill. The ma s-
his way through the undergrowth. On
getting to the pack. instead of finding, R A
a dead fox he saw to his horror one IA N I
of the best hounds torn to pieces,. It
was easy to understand what had hap
opened. The f.x had got ov..r the wall PO a BlU OCK G1AM V. M
by the help of some Ivy. and the bou'sl
bad tried to jump over after him. but.
faUlng back among the ether. had
been killed twfore te.v renlliud their Fire, Life and Accident _
mistake. I-Andon Mtandard.
A laxy liver leads to chronic d)s-
pe-psia and constipation weakens the
whole system Dans' Regulets (23
cents per box) correct the liver, tone
the stomach, cure constipation.
Various explanations have been giv-
en of the origin of the term grey-
bound. ntmoe authors claiming that the
prefix grey is taken from (ralus,
meaning Greek. others that It siguniloe
great. hill still others say that it has
referen, e t, the tclo,,r of the animal
In no ',thr-r ltrae-l of hounds 1i the
blue ,r :grivy 'ilor w, plIr-vralentt. sand
couMsequelitly the last mlentloimid de.rl
vatitoo eems the i iit iplaustlle l..n
don Notes said (uerie-s.
The Bun offeie for calling cards
'"Vif Owlxhoviek are
I I I, 4:214X, 11"list bc
UI 1, t~j b.I e
Fire Company A
Too Late to Save the
Is a familiar item
tle newspapers. IM
lho1ul f be a warning
thowe who have go
craitinated not to ta
SOut a policy when it
tpo late, so that t
Ite'll ll ly read ill yOv
,';t-,. : "4The I0 W4
ftill' 'Vcoered by inm
a nit Il 0110 of tdie be
A M. CU MAN, Agent, Gaimvih, R
,TM jw y
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ST E DAILY SUN: fAINSMILL, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 9, 1909
E* Mm MI. A wFAS oA o^ S" oiorT prompem that pr
*** ** WA e nt themeves to messw of bomes E
SoAIIfor~ elderly pYerso Is the sacmuoltlo
of trucks. Each ew arrival brag O LD S
i m" *pone or mo.e trucks. often swvral, and
^Iam M w thTet kt is not exported that these ver will Ie any ste heal. thec*aU which producesit.
h2 t i a h te taken away. as the Inmtes are to As thblood, wh ur msr
V rl r lY o M aE dl t. remain permanently. It Is nwt. bow- MMent and t remains pure and cota.in i
Sever. cwsdeed ae to wll the trank y o sore h b
P^SBBu de* Tqlo womem are ussng to-et or give them away. as they arn theb hed it. Twe erv and tisues ofUtme e andSmn
Saer Yes and tlssues 01 the Ilesh trhui t prart
1*m t IM ~r n flly priva prey of tha Inmates, ad ally ed with unhelthy matter and nature is imp
-o S =W e oo l sse-setes hll to improve their the to a p osibilit thk thtrenks by drawing ifrotmsth O through thems I-
S*l I* m hC mnmiomeormtoa -may a gded again thre see is a thorough as of the blood, eutirdeyM
ad' I OMs 60 b-e imMin. "n tey p mples, bao bas e hase In tar b ror ft5-e The aM. & & & beaksoldfso egbyeresorian
S ekst et tpeuplp ckteB tr t e p u they the telin It goes down .I the very bottom i the
I -.*f N.w t become the despar of maass. and ly eases the dclalamti that there is so longer anit
Sb M w. oW No wder The&r trble Mes ~rIt it Is a tf wbhe some of tohe eldmw soh e or.bu the place iso eo more sourh-a"
80 bMbf t 1M t t4 deeper than the ski. They have bed or ast Mbstantll boxes break apart b & & te o fro the boo, th
bloId, sd bad ble d la pe cent flwm ref depitde sad san o. with healthy, Irm fesh, the lm derseasa Iv, esa
Wos 01 .V,,. to n am u of "" cone.-- b to the wrap "., a.id.
F Mie Oiaft Is o*f Ut em arte fro lantmastion itettmlry tb e coi to te reap skis ma its mtaral color and wham & & & iaa d'
he b Mt I Is t the cus mebraie. Their blood l -w T Pr ti blood tTh place is permanently hed.
Ss dwithpa swhichIsc n sindi amy medical advice -9M to all who wr te.
i"E a"soway blteedre -whe pate" drawn. C AStO R IA
H ^s ear Isme- e..p trends eyes stoops should Ies
Fien cm s e e me -'4weak baks ompete he sory of 1 Xdll M 'i THIS COUPON WILL NOT BE GOOD AvriT Pu. Ig
iE" m*s -.o lb m TMY bH com eH
WN I.. .... ,- -- ,- 9M Buh & Safford The Gain
d llo- w winl eisar an tf byI mCae. f
S. -N -- l O CONTE
-ema aS Sa4nM>, i ipereet aba for wome s ,be lw aystasks foolib s
Mh l N -rTem toe os positive Ma Paw- thmrowia the anchor overboard
me eit eamf ose w"Youeng am replirked the mIsalt.
ME L.. M o hwMft 44 W. Mth street Now ,,ldo ue dhntsttd Uhe theory otf sets-
Tft City, te ase t famous beauty aem dle ta tI WaL we tme tmhe
.i.. Me the wM a aneeept. aneeor Tosni tok eMP tM *Mu s
4wto"-uCases e Pa ad au tor"t o nam tr la thereto, hos e *pfawy to the IN- 11m?7"
^^BMiiR* .t"s IMhs to ds oft MesToe: *
S* a my -iorf ta .o- P HFAOrACHMB-NHieM' CAPUDINL
~ ade I e mell Mue-Tome an a cure Whether fi t olds, hat, stomeah This Cmpo may be c at Tb un of 0 or at either of the amg
WOay sd$ soen.e I~ semIe en tarrb. Its tonic effects or are s troubles, Capudine will sectd with the contest. NOT GOOD AFTER FEBRUART 11, 5
so aft taW ne a- renMOahm r It boilds up the relive you. It'i quld-pleasant to -
I I b W pT- seagh and restore vitality. If take-eft imedlately. Try It. 10c,
asuwgMi Ubet be wme who is t red aMW ran down. 2cn ud He at all drng stores.
0*F0skmhs ia eIn a y mad witaHty, will use
P MMR s a gIeTemt, heyr M praise It as I do Overd ing ft a Little. c n o
aformm. Ms m aft aor heai ng qual. "Opeabtag of economy." say a char
an-Ki *iaaeter too one of I.te's stories "Giiett
iiSo i E ll Muen-T0o works through rys that he is sla ing p for a rainy talers and Jobbe
is tin u.e.l a actlag recsuy "apon *In w":m* te meoe. ""Staple and Fancy Crocerles
%"ai b ftthe m -l-the o- get and it- wfe thinks be must be saving up for
= *.M.0MM ofrn ,a thm toe xo ,ne ." Gralq, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers
It i pels Me pese and to resume their SOUTN SIDE SQUAR -- 5AINESVILL, FLOML
lb^ s ol *faurse! fr m tul fume .ms. Thus the mm- Do YOu GLu Up
o brease an lease th blood purl- W a .Highest market preM paidk for Chikene, Egl ad NW Pue*
e,,asese s.d wrevtas..l s
w"h- ch bi A" We know that Rtl Mucu-Tone flV T Ti bNaha Ta DraMXb A Complete stock of Hay. Cora, Ots, Flowr. r a. el, 0
110 e111t will 'cure every form of catarrh. no AlmosW etr5one kfowse IDr. Ktlmer's ad Meal ad Ryo. We handle only the Very bemt gia
11 N matter where located, of how long V 4 brathdder &MI~M r m guarmteead eet ml
aste dlng or by what other names It cause of its emark-
1is srn na i~ s knows. We guarantee to refund able health retorig -
yea r money If you are not sat** *I
with the vigorous health and clear wish is over-
_.lam it bri y.ig rhe tism
^wl gg1 5f I 1M aeSly at our stores. Price. 60 pain i the back, kid.
IM.nUM i fllnUd. J. W. Mcolloem & Co. ,orner W.ItEM -b
Metn andm Union streets. rects ty to .____
Nbold water sa i scalding pain IlnPasiniit,
a I ImW i A Pr Wo w or bad electsfollowing use of liquor, wsneLF
A P"seU-elor bs perw al d overcomes that unpleasant *l m ---
P.*M i PM NO O. ese mhe In0wlW is told et ofthe Iassety d being cam peled tno go often
t Iper ge. an C ft COde. n* e eft his ,e*s tomeagh the day, and to get up any J
h I- *MIi *isS whiet emly a aged ntne years 0 louneys d'or to upend ties^ duriS the night.
a- d! Mi W t umr, whie he imselt was absent do Pars. is not recom edaedl for T
Oe his return the boy case to hmleveryth"ng but if you have kidney, live. Write tor Ine,
""""""" Tb pritnce, without making any e re ut has been made by which all The Fay-Sheles Visible. J.,CK.,4NVILIE. "
Yu 3n M m. I t a Long as l iT. took ble smo to the window ad reof this paper, wh.n have not al.
tp lnto the te Th n b eat free by ma, also a boo tHll
S. 4 p i a yo have dyspepsia said: mo about Swamp-oot, a5MG how to
I M mt properly digest, vand "I ou ve neither virtue enough adoutif avek
P| t e .e ted or absorbed, sd o to spend itt. always do thIs for riding aeis generous
e or watery blood wil fel- the future. that the poor may have a oeer in this pa and
This eness mg not be ap.- .imrto, N.oV. Tr A6hty-cnt
f M firt. but It wll come Just a. Worn Out. and on-olar se bottles are sold by i* I -
Sasd os se will rte agala. That's the way you feel about the all druggists. Don't make any mistake
Se~~t ailmest. lcluding all lungs when you have a backing cougb but remember the name, Swam -Root,
0S1 S 11111 11 o6 prOmpt- It's foolishness to let It go on and y e yb in various
F 1e8d 11 Si16 Mo114 tablets. a trust to luck to get over It. when Bal- One of the most valuable features operate finvarious 60
UltetnMeO t smy*p*e, lard's Horehound Syrup will stop the of our service, to our subscribers and country, are uniform r in I
it no w e ent1IMoa. belching of couh and heal the lungs. Price 25< to the public generally, is our connect. ment and i theired
f tit a of der food Walmo at at e and $1.0 per bottle. Sold by W. ion with the extensive long distance sting. i
3=& I. JonsoD lines of the American Telephone and Only by reason the
She y pwer of Miens to in- Telegraph Company and the other as- arrangement betweeo t
-IOa d reei e stomach to The ah. sociated Bell Telephone companies. phone companies *I sit Pos
411 e111ltaek is knows every- Tbe East Indian teacher who founded We own thousands of miles of long a Bell Telephone i a *I"
whe. the cult know as "Bablam" was "the distance lines in the "even States In ask for "Long Distance
e. ewree by building up--by Bab"-Mina All Muhainmued. Ue was which we operate and in addition can communication with a
bain the ianse. For thin people brom I ShIras. erasa. In the year connect any telephone in our system in the country.
St i S Wet es buildr, because It h mJ. e w. f u at tst tu com- with lines extending to any other city This vast network of
s the s" to give more and e Ii l heart te reIus In which a Bell Telephone system as ing throughout the atir
wwmwakell is heart the religious operated. ly iclmerce and for
WW rie to the blood. It cures sl whi m uede hiu devote bl life operated. y i ner the *I
sd r aickaess and vomitlu bngw-etorth to deteloplug the faith These long distance lines are of the poses by the a s of If
a' p mefM almost lasiedatlly) J wbkbh b B.eld. 'puu his return to his most modern and improved construct citizens in ail rta ont l0
W. MCCAUm & Co. sell M-u-a fur iatlvee city l 4i bhe assumed tae lion and are maintained at a high plant here as an ,,por
SGOnts & large h x, and guarantee title of li b. r "Gatelf leadllu t) the. tate of efficiency. The *ll systems great chain.
t to cre or *eOy back. truth li the r.i>es of Ithe orthLdox
SMohliisutedAlu lit'I tl~A'ti Lf tle BI sab6 i
Mwere rO. k t-res,..,s awl h ie wus takeSt
ttl tl Il ra-14'Sltt, A DELIGHTFUL BEVERAGE, ph
S' rtih ll,, i.,,, ,r P ,- .,ti I., A SAFE STIMULANT,
Pg At cll Ilis al)t0il it 4t A GOOD MEDICINE.
m J W.sC LLUM a CO...i. lasi [fhicit Srvic. uasm le *ats
g s J. lCOLLUM CO. lIt.. ,a ^ _today' s:, t
THE DAILY TrK: OAINESVILLF, FLORIDA. FEBRUARY 9. 1909
O *f-tef 0e at (laiseawt e Pa..
"- eges.emanl matter
Y. ...... mtemad .Pub.ber
Z: a. WAN LOCK
go m st,. S. Ta.apown I9
sMpb. utbld every moruhma -
.1deuowse by enriter i the city. er
Pat d the tsited states, pe.ag~
vaalr: ap.sesmeethe;: $S. three
or P -owle r weekse--strtly is
lsseis 1 W le O eel5mS sests a Ise
A sad emeesfor esck adattemust
.Webpfy edwrtAMUg made ksowl a
l e* t Sa s seaeight page ., forty.
SI ai omelodeve ry Medny nad
A d eametimso ll the news e the
A-, pSe d gsemaIt, sad wilh be
Pt ftue, tomsy patm the UeVpae
NN ada, for le.s a p-4s advmeae.
-f t bWeams de after m Set
so S eeathimto t em terwim
t ha cit. bteutdgU s ian t on
A-AMM, TTU DAILY SUN.
5M s-boastlng charity, which is
V s8tekng misery elsewhere but
S ft b gfa to relieve misery in one's
SM agig ob-ood, is of the spurious
e1 President of Cuba has already
gIS i his cabinet, but Mr. Taft
t- anemtetd to let the newspapers
g~ wave their play at cabinet mak-
SIN awhIl yet.
xI a-ayor of St. Louis meant well
I rahgtg free baths to the tramps
f saded the recent Tramp Con-
,pm la'that city. but they failed to
eelas te It. There is but little affin-
Sbetweeen tramps and water.
S klandergarten is said to be on
Sb discllne. What kind of a nation
M we hope to become if the youth
'f1 Ientry in allowed to grow upl
I aM knowing how to make raffia
S tM and tissue paper candles?
1900 divorce in this country
Sbierased thrice as fast as the
Selasli. But this should give no
-f arw for alarm. It means simply
M application of our much taught
aeim of life, if at first you don't suc-
aI, try, try again.
O fat y not always be in a posi-
t t reader financial aid to others,
Ab It is within every man's ipo)wer to
*ak .So helpful, sympathetic word
Ed reach forth a hand to lift, and ot-
tiinems sach hell)p is more valuable
Osa any amount of money.
7 cold weather of last week did
0 damage to oranges on the trees in
is section. Former Sheriff Fennell
Finsated the editor of The' Sun with
Uir Hawthorn which wer,' as juh v
Aef as fine flavor as w,, ,.,.'r taete'd
S 1 Ihasing of a Japanese student in
8* S slfornia university teews from a
IB5~ce to be too siall all itit'idt'tit to
Inluat a war bet v ,ten hat ions Huts
kh u as the' jtiagou of both COUr-I
t11a1 are dete'rminied oi wa r thhey man
b trsted to flnd a ('a.' Ius ti'lli e,'hntt
The public ib fond pt faniii) lMg Iah.t
Wr. Taft hat the sinnlh. that won lI
l1t off. but if ant thing can alke'..d
I al tinlg it four iya in the WhViht
M &-are like'l) to do it \Ve lha.-'.ten
tapredict that in March. I:, l,: he ill
I It harder to get tith. .smile on than
" Set it off
Through the court-te- of Superl inti l
WHO MAKES THE STYLES?
When a mere men looks at woman
as she is clothed today, the hiplesp.
bustles,. c.ur eles. hydrocephalic
creature that be once knew as the di.
vine incarnation of his dreams of femil
ninety. he usually proposes the quest
tion. who makes the stiles' It isn't
worth while to bother about the an
swer lit is merely an interjectilm af
ter asill. for dear woman care not who
makes the styles so long as someone
provides her with the money to wear
them. But the question, after all. Is
not unanswerable. The tailors and
dressmakers and milliners make the
styles,. and woman accepts them as
she has accepted her convictions, her
morals, and her entire relation to life.
without question. Woman is fund.
mentally a passive creature, and she
has learned well her lesson that in
her passivity she finds her greatest
power. By her passivity she secures
her position In the world, by It she
secures a husband and keeps a roof
over her head, and it would be straage
and anomalous If she rose from it and
rebelled against fashion. When the
dressmakers of nearly all of the civi-
ised countries of the globe were on
session in Paris last year the greatest
of all Paris tailors rose and explained
the situation to the bewildered and de-
spairing fashion makers. The United
States has passed through a panic, he
said. and there are sure to be hard
times ahead. If Bryan is elected we
are lost Unless we invent some en-
tirely new style of gowns and hats we
shall have no orders. Women will
wear their old clothes for economy's
sake. and unless they can be made to
feel the hopelessness of their old
gowns we shall have no orders. There-
fore the pleated skirt. the short sleeve.
the normal waist line and the be-
coming hat must go. Promptly the
dressmakers took the cue. They took
the last pucker of fullness out of the
skirt and put on the market the abomi-
nation known as the sheath skirt.
They added a dozen inches, to its
length at the bottom and raised It a
fraction of a foot at the top to cut
off the possibility of making over the
last year's gown They brought col-
lars up to the tips of the earn and
sleeves down to the knuckles. Then
they crowned the hideous achieve-
meat with a monstrous hat that de-
fled every law of beauty and aesthet-
ics. They introduced iron clad corsets
that suppress hips. bust and breathing.
but has anyone heard a woman's voice
raised against the travesty they have
made of the human form divine? So
far not a whisper from women, but
a chorus of ecstacy rises to the stars
with the latest announcement that the
sheath gown. the merry widow hat
and the hunch-back blouse are out.
And all the time the men are demand-
lug "who makes the styles?" and the
women are busy calculating where the
money is to come from to buy all
of the new delightful and enchanting
things that are going to be the fashion.
It is to be hoped that the cold
weather ahich scorchedd' some of the
oiraif.g tree, list w'e-k ha. killed the'
whit' fly pe't i)r L. Marolgoti'ry of
.li('anopy. who has a flne gro e of the
g(ld) 'i fruit, is of tile' oliiltiiih that the
white fly ill not ae' so troutile'sin<
Ih. ('llling seaoil as it ha tw.ten i lie
kee,'. his tiree, as free as poa sibe of
th,- i-it I>) the us', of a solution of
he.s own inaieufatilur. w hch lhe ha
found *r) ,.*ffe.thie in (de stroying the
Vie. I d'r.-li.it elect |,rii an th a s
he' % ll n1it attem'la too k***p up th'** ,(
eial pa1 ve st b .'Fairbanks 'e.1ll. it
mial I. tte-r for hi. olitiai l care.er.
-iI.. wat the. social obligation of
-,.raing (mktailzs to hit Ku'.Ats that
he l,,e.d t* wr,.'e k ith. IPro idential .oomni
-it ilth \ic I're.Pro-i .nii
(A. L. U aa a jet e g..1t1141110,11 -9
11est to) Fairfie'ld l1u4 Suaidae' vr; @*war@ of ointments for Catarrh
Use Ja`Ckso0atill.. iitd T*l'.ei'.r ailfise'.That Contain Mercury
1h" te part) % ,, t i% iii It aIi~: H1~'ll I% %% IIh de(is-tie'" tIhe'
Wa It'e lilceung sIlf 14.k'. il, l. ii .Iif i 1f 11iiie i 4 11t ii etoI sI'e A.reige-'
Oftealiftit andi a largo.- te kloeild, r III tlh* o. .1% AtIIl i.s it-1. 119I iI it
t6 0 toad At %Ht i jdII I II,,thee 'A'I.' -ClAef' h the I I 111444 11 1 Ir1.1'4. 4 Silt h
he I.II' ,eII'I- ISlat. i.
Pro% 1 r- .1 *i 1 1,
e ha.dowi11 ii, Cii ti III .
lieje, -04b tI.. III .
PhrigrAa ci t :, l it,.1%
1w % A, 4itc? 1. 1I C;. 1:. I
U.SSI4 f'.e.C.' ..
druffl germ with Herpleide. Sold byme ma.fafAfAfafafaf g.Aaf kfafgkm.tA k mAh.0'.'t
leading druggwists. Send Ise. in stamps w" pm rm Wm NIWWWW o m" W.WWq
for sample. to The Hermicide Co,, De-
Twmo size&-" emts aWd$I"..
1. S. BodfiWi & 00.. pe" ial Las SEAO ARD
*u[AUIWS~a Air Line Railway
bdbWm. 4Ie has` it.M aPeS5 W .*ee-.-a Lmd m mid L C~, 011111111s3ggW
Ge fumme or eamice rese a Sgi in, e v
eetlu~tmge of mucos aSabomiaes"
?u ftokw P taaaless. 66 "muse B~ AVANNAH. COLUMBIA. CAMDEN, SOUTIIU3N V
ca enu.Aas go" 5 d awmassetRALEIGH. RICH MOND. WASHIINGTON, BAI nNIMOU
.tIL6~. ow *mis Vitara.p.PHIL.ADELPHIIA. NEW YORK.
I 'Iftal, mAolk.6 on&THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY
SF % if )A ,I i vIt )I II'A LI lM TEl),
I...J~fl~kDF~~2 "]. I'~ ll *I'lIlIDA FAST' 'MAIL
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
1l : Hi Ml.1. I \l I i.
h)lUi tlli ci-...I. ,.f i' l11.iai,. ('('ub C('ar, Obeervation Car aad
IJ liih l, I( 'i .I I t-I... n I 'Cly a 8tl f 4 Aug stltu ; PuPU
I; .1, ( iilllCJ, i t I I, ('C aslid PIalo l ach;
Vi', I I I. % t .... t,. Jersey City aad
SK,, .' I i ,* ,it M'.. I I.ate Bt. Augu astie
1 1' i iu, ci, Jac kbelAuI|i I I i' t, dtle. tz'eIpt Sunday.
For full information and sleeping car reservattense sail e
any Agent Seaboard, or write S. C BOYLSTON, Jr, Aasita&
General Passenger Agent, Jacksonvil'e, Florida.
I1 ERM ____
lW-. v v v v v V V V.
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ci -'I i I I .1' ~ r aitaldAnd Isfroawoigm.l pf&Lt..t g,.,
t I,, -4.
*'.o (a"I I
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- 11 c I I 1. '.. a
I Thel Ioumt, ille l Iourier Journal saYS:
. This Is the ageP 4 there airhip and the
wirelepn telegraph. and yet there was
probably not a newspaper in the coun-
try which did not Xle up some of Its
ipace y-eterday or the day before to
th-e roundtog as a weather prophet.
There are just about an many fools In
th, world today as there ever Waere."
The Philadelphia Record says: "If
business isn't booming quite as was
hoped for. there is no question about
the radk-al Improvement of things
since a year ago. One evidence of A PURI Y V O rAI.K9
this cited by Dunn's Review Is that
the bank clearings n I110 cities were PW
$14.003.261.4.-3 last month, against only
I11.336.483.836 In January. 1908--an
Increase of more than 23 per cent. In
many of the cities the clearings were A _- ---- U j
larger last mouth than they were in d I i
January, 1907. when business was at nin W
its bight But for the great shrinkage
In stock busianee ta New York the
clearings of the country would have I i l
rue above thoee of two years ago. If I .
there is still some Idle machinery, the 2f
volume of trade must be very early
The Indianapolis News says: "Tbe
edge of folly In this is that netther
the Japanese nor any other people are
trying to encroach on our rights or as- a --im
simllate with our race. (One of the "--- s=
standing accusations against them Is
that they do not assimilate.) The W 1LR. fL L A
Japanese are entitled to their treaty
rights and under them in this country
to the equal protection of our laws.
That is all. They may be legislated T t
aatanst in terms that legislate against
criminated against. And if California
'as we '-Tampa Ja1sneviI
and Nevada think that we ea or wil
put a wall around the country to shut
out a particular people from ordinary
intercourse--such we extorted from
Japan for ourselves by our warships.
they are thinking in terms of the 3F OTTV DBI 3MI, M.
Chinese and Japanese of dead and
gone generations and not at all In the
spirit of America or the world today." LaVO Gainesville for Micanopy, ira d ld I-s
The Washington Post says: "All cal points South....................... ...
Americans. we feel sure. want to re- timingng, arrive Oai Seville ...............
tain the friendship of Japan. and are
always ready to give proof of their Lave Gaineville for Sampson City,
good faith. But they cannot fawn. and Lake City, Valdosta, and a &ll poabi N
they will not deceive. They will look R tuning, arrive Gainesville... ............
after their own welfare, as all nations
must do. They will not trickle to any
nation, in order to obtain consent to J L L 11 I s L L IBoft ft
exercise their own rights In their own
country. If any nation should demand.
as the price of friendship, any con-
cession from the ralted States which
cannot be granted hI honor, self-
respect or courtesy. the demand will
be refused. Such friendship is not $ ,
worth having. The friendship which
Americans desire to malant*ie with
Japan is that of mutual respect and TO
scrupulous observance of mutual
rights. The friendship that must be W
bought by subservience is not wanted. n n
and the friendship that cannot last i
without continual outpouring of regard _____________I_1 _____________ ______
I. not worth while" A u ,- -
CLEANLY WOMAN. nCT TfT
n,,.n.,, Th- a, ..... '- Tickets on sale February 28th, March 1 ad
eama Tha he = C. and 3rd, final limit to reach original start polMt
Cleanly woman huas an erroneus ie not later than midnight March lOth.
that by touring the scalp. which ue-
movee the dandruff scales. ahe is curn EAT MILITIIV F 83 AE -
the dandruff' Sheb may wash her scalp
every day. and yet have dandruff her For further information, ervatMions, etc., call as M t 1-6
life long. aecompanled by falling hair. Aplt, or write
too. The only way in the world to eure A. W. FRIT)T, IHviaiou Palensr Agst, Jaeksaovlfl, Fla.
dandruff Is to kill the dandruff rm. l r, C.
and there i no hair preparation that wIll W CRAIG, W l* 1
do that but Newbro's Herpkide. Herpl. Passenger TaSc Mana GeneU Pss. AC.t,
ctde by killing the dandruff grerm. WIiato, C.
leaves the hair free to grow as healthy
Nature Intended. Destroy the cause
you remove the effect. Kill the dan-
L L -l m mA
I T DAILY SUN: OAINWV ILL. FLORIDA. FKBRIUARY 9. 1909
to e Iier at Vflw6
II~--- W b
*~#o hiw sobemeb
- -umw, a
M. lab Vsf
r -Y :. -
Se tu view I
Tw0 vvery Wm bed Mfbkes
hnsWimer Che to I US.
ONO cratMs 1001M be""o~r.
Omne- ~clb usdtog MINN
-I m t 1S"
nluwem sewerese systmS?..
Two of te best hotlds Isthe In-
Two wbeebme grain nod fee
I** wholesale gromr, esablibU
WW "UM A m =Ode Gsainesville
TheAsst e a hosesIa th oe tt
A Gavrmmest Inmig mtoo.I.be
INM!tedto 0" When Completed
I te e 1-W l ue.a
= tapris m Mobhktetsand W
MM .mlson t Paved s'g 4 a
tewo la the In I I Sa a he ofantem.
An JUAN own lome beilt Sbeic
me Imwes.Sewer Qbeds, eabbery
us IL slow It a manattractive ple.
~ea" am soon pIA
abm vowyhbokmo -
oft 690d lSber"O .
TWO ""bon- ,
oftm ftookaM MP
IT Sow =a a&pn "
VOW fiewsnow Oageues.
Yvtssr beons- -
me"" 100160, esm
Aba lanebad u fmlatlem.
pin e Uhokmes" mbo..hL
Tw to hifien,- i I-
Ft"Ire bebinaasm enusmeL
Goeramor-A. W. OUlhrust. Talls-
seertary Stof a Sta- Clay raw-
m os u--L C. Cem. Tall-
Trein -w. V. KaSo. Tallabe.
O.---mO n--. O I.-' Tram-
Cork aMI Aaf-- IL W... W-M.
-ol Tdhemo ,
sept. Pul laresbta-Dmr. J.
Koedy, a issvan.L
Sherit-P. 0. Ramsey, Osasaille
couty Jat de o. on,. Gaint W.
Tax As, er-W. W. Coson. Against.
f...t..-P. G. R amsy, Oh.Iaev.l
oMety JUdge--. 0. Ma Gai
Tat seemt-W D. -Jokins G.as
Toas Colletor-.mpvl; J. lW. May.M.
Arsher; C s. W. MatIers. TreGtoa
rO. Ga Cnae vilevlle.
County Commlsioms- John 0.
Dmple. Ciairman. Hague; J F.
Towuased, CampTiUle; J. W. May.
Archw; Chas. W. Sursiter. Trentou;
0. P. Cause". Gainesvlale.
Members School Board-R. B.
Weeks, Chairmam. Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody. LaCroe; 0. W. Miller,
ater-H. IL McCreary,
House-Syd L Carter,
T. A. Doke. Banta Pe.
Marahal-B. T. Arnow.
Tax Asseseor-B. R. Colson.
Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis. Sr.
Clerk and Treasurer -J. Maxey Dell
City Attorney W. 8. Broome.
Board of Aldermen-T. W. Shand.
Presilent; G(eo. K liro(me. H. J Ilur
aett, R. E. Cannon. H. 8 Graeab. 8
M. liaAom. A. L. Vidal.
Board of Public Works-H H Ta-
Ior. Chairman; W W. llampton, secre
tary; f.11 Dutton. K J Baird. J .i
As adberhting finds the best market
for everything elee, why not fur your
U you ia. fuuUd auythalS see If
It to adverwtid I the Want column
THE BUSH & SA
In Which a Resident of Alachua
e Awarded a Bafal Howard
Certificate Valued at $3,150.00
The Bush Safford Pan Co.,
setaives of The R. S. Howard
The Cotest to e Conducted by
Behalf of Bush & Safford. :
One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be
residing in the County of Alachua who re
number of votes between December 15th, 1S
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : :
Ad rl i nnnl C
0 S A% U61%mE II EI
Co. of ia
U U 5
given to the perm
ceives the highA
908, and 10p.a.
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 med
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due hills will bl
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To t sIM .m t M tum aa f mr h fi w.......8s2mi
Teo sud rfi, t tmehim m,, faM cf fe W fo...... StI
To i m- t rm -m lh-i w, -a -Wli fw hr o......- 1..-. S
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 similar in all respects theme
to will be given each of those tieing.
How and Where to Get
The following merchants will give one vote
(or every cent paid into their establishments for
goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Hyde A Teash.
Where Vtes May Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found In the establish-
ments a the merchants giving votes and at The
Sun office. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun,
$1.25--Three months' subsc
$2.50-Six months' subscri
$5.00-One year's subscript
For a club of five one-year s
Rules and Reguati
1. The contest is open to anyone IivimIt
Alachua county who is known by the cosd e
of the contest or vouched for 1y buide re
person, to them well known. I
2. No employee, attached or relative of tl Wim
prietors of the above-named firm are eligiM b
participate in this contest, and sill parucipaM I
3. In the event of a misunderstanding be'tWO
candidates or others Intert..ted in |th11 ctM
such controversy may be referred to tMhe
ductors of content. w ho alone are the PS
qualified to render declsloas.
4. In the event a candidate decides to
draw from the race, such candidate will etl
allowed to transfer otea tu the credit of
candidate in the contet.
iptio ....................... 400 ot" 5W00
ion ........... . 3,000 votes 3,q0 W=
ubacrintiona (hefAre Anril 1 100)l 9A~ o00 votes 30,000 9
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1).. .25,000 votes
I'lwrt is ts no li itit to tlie uiwit l 'r of cluis ei'li col( t-telt t lit.hl --, rt'.
THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00--Oue y ar's sutscriptioun.......... ................ ... ......... 4 w
For a club of five one-year subscriptions ...................... .
T '1 1 .r,. i n lin it t ti tlie min lr ()! (.Ald, ;i.3 .ontf-t i t h" ,. 11
Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is undesired by the prWo
gggP eOA;O^ ga...O
MIK TiKIl CO.
PULL Los OF
- ft--- s m& 10 es
,mwww* er%,Svaaw k wwava 0 ASIF1 &a a 9 a UFWJ opwgr%~ V %FW--
THE DAILY SI N: OAINESVILL. FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 9, 1909
- Out May
9-0o by the Ss-
nd th Drift-
Tlh Are Net
-I that Blank
g*m the roof to
Itr remarks tbh
Io fIte who hasn't
ape. "I *stppowe
thtoslud of It.
Sat which hai
wgh t h cov Ma at
t rht thla.
o'oi eremtI o al
gue big coners
Lm rance to a
S~ thel Ios the
to el that it
s't t to think
ea a busieaness
pmaby I l MUramK
aathi or yers
IhMg and perhaps
a highlly organ-
trMlotg out a vast
b t the hands of
c"tiy machinelry. L4
flupon Iti vlslbe.
Srtsweeps It and
ti Iopele" ruin. If
M mgh yp. every build-
Wot adjtonit of the
i revered to full value
wlls the reader dare
pm as to what the
fdy I stepped Into
gmIatentatlous In Its
I ecc ylng a fifth
sote. In the el.-
|- that peculiar odor
Ok of afre and fre-
wesks after u,hb an
Sllwasl net door." ex-
"but I guess
i l wa ter were about
Sesti It is almost
Se I re yourself than
to he especially true
Where smoke and
,do11 C"Ompany il
MbNa eMI Story
onNo Beatifu Clgo"e..
s e l l s*
PoI-alia tflyst. ani ~Al
burned out firm lse all chance of
profit from this work. but It Is run-
P l"' ': lonz chin',' l,,fl"' Tme
of It otlest adIi loe,et etl.ttin-i"rs of
.vear"' st:ndillv" -('hl-ina', Tribune
Had melancholy, probably caused by
an inactive liver. A bad liver makes'
one (rortt and Irritable. causes mental
and physical depressilon and may re-
sult disastrously. Ballard's Herbine
is acknowledged to be the perfect liver
regulator if you're blue and out of
sorts, get a bottle today. A positive
cure for bllious headache. contilpa-
tion. chills and fever and all liver
complaints. Sold by W. M. Johnson
Th End of the Chase.
Two ladles. frinei-s uf the aUlserin
teudent. were vlislting a uholltal f,,r
the Inwane. Iurlring the uoon nieuil the
suierlute.tdent ratmurked that the d,,ir
of the vluolentl w:rol It u Ilin re.l|>lr.0l
and that the guards s. uldl h:i'e to 1In
unu lltllyv w;tt-: !ful u intl U i It:,1 '
l5r t .Af r tI lliitr the h tlia, 1*. ,
for a btrill ud," y i thue auiilftll lia
leadllig tlp 1 I., 0 t I i"lat lu llhisZ S i
detnly I *' h s. a I fii' f ',,t I o ; i f 4 r ,-i '
one ru!,luIa li. ils .- '-m 11,i l wt Tre'
horrifi.' I e 1... ." 1 t it 'a ,
shevre l.l v. 1 'aI r i-
tbh -iu a v I 1 1 i, 1 "'
..t'l r l, .l "9 ,. ',I 5' .I "I ,
S t r '. J.-'
I., ..~s V
~jI, 5)5 ~, 5
1 I .- '
SIX NUhts "GO At YOU Pea.RA~e
r i t I r I~L' S ~ l I )
wot I i r i'.! ,, .',,t at ,l ruin th.
Psew'a nn'. r nru 9'p *' I'|-a i, n t' i'
street had fl-mwlel It tuitil ruiln nalne
wii t'0qrl ptie F:vert linE had beel
cloIed dovn,. workers In the plant
were Idle. and tile. >pro[prllor4' wea
aw:altinf thel adjustnrtit ,,f tl:e Inmjr-
ance which hew had t1wsn enrrylng. flnt
In the extent f this in iuran r Itself
waste a knotty *ltntlilon
Ordinarily the hboue had carried pol.
Ieles which would hare left It the
minimum of ritk on Its machinery.
stos k and materials. Onllnarilly a still
further blanket polley ann carried fnor
the purpose of coverIng the normal
amount of book materlnl on hand
owned by others and contracted for
reblnding. Rut only a few days Ie
fore the are the house had received a
consilguuwet of 65.0UU worth of law.
books to be bound. These volumes.
aside from lntrin?-lc rnvie. replr w,,iti-d
sw, musU Ii of other viltuie i ti lsn!:e
SI..- rlne Nlt:a'rinal ft.r nlImust ainvy e -
son And these books were ruhned.
Before receiving them the binder
bad asked the owners to take out a
poMlry for themselves protecting them
against soub re loa.e The Arm had
not dome so. and when the Are dam-
ae ea ue the disposition of the owners
was to bold the binder for them under
one of the binders blanket polcies..
O0 this one dispted point, taking It
heut court. will some one make a
gum as to what this one feature of
the Are may cost the binder, who to
all purposes was "Insured." If t should
be settled In the supreme court after
Ive or seven years, for example?
But nla the case of the big manufac-
tory. with Its Imported special machin-
ery. Its season of rush work and its
enormous and fluctuating stock of ma-
tertal-itf on the morning after the
fire the asurlng companies settle In
full for the visible losses. bhow much
bas the company been damaged?
Of first consideration, perhaps. Is the
enormous payroll of the concern. If
most of the mechanical work of tme -
plant has been done by pleceworkers,
still the necessary force of directing
employees on salary is a problem. The
determination of the owners Is to start
up anew. Tried and proved employees
must be retained while the work of
rehabilitation goes on. They must be
paid even If tkey are to do no more
than wait. Settlement of iome kind
must be made with contractors who
have been supplying raw materials
from the hands of other thousands of
workers. No matter what the clauses
In contracts providing immuulty in
case of fre,. strikes and acts of Provl-
dence. every line of business affecting
the welfare of the manufattory has
The plant is a total loss. Before It
can be rebuilt the ruins of the old fac-
tory must tobe cleared away.
In the meantime all those customers
of the manufactory who have bear
pressing for the filling of contract or-
ders find themMlves shbut out of any
chance for receiving them. They turn
at once to other competing establish-
ments for the work. Not only does the
To become identified with this bank. Your financial
matters require the CmaM, C-- attention which
thim bank's officers give to its customers. Your busi-
ness will be managed Cm a mibl l t .
THE DUTTON BANK
W. R. THOMAS. Prhident. E. D. TURNER, Oamhier.
:R:I 0."i3T1 '
BY CALLING FOR
Does n taeke lk"es eusilderetiio tbWhe em ea#seWtil tO en.
e's happimees-womamly health.
TWe s*b wwmnhs eia h h ea tin the
V ery medema al oo efod ortum. wPer w ehe beelt
Ive --lose its iw -- a old isbut d es.
Wemaely hbeelh when loe r impaired may jeMer ay be
famed by the as d Dr. Pieree's Paverise Preserptes.
b~f P irnall 0agS, otb 60a m. 6Pa O
hu-es. &V 0" wu"eb oiS Oeh
ase this gee s tof preh of OAP hbemS
Wfh- e ---P hero" to sem t e de In
ate eaeis a ae aE eeag s rel*.
Sek wo mese t vited to eomelt Dr. Piere by lotte fr,.
AN eorreoponden.e held as secmredy eoadestia Address Werld D'hspa
Mledicl Asocistioa, R. V. Piere. M. D., Presidit, SB le, N. Y.
De. PImsca's GoAT FAMILY. Docro Boos, Tb People's Comma Sees
Medical Adviser, newly revised pO-to-date ed4t on- TICO pae.., ieswer
Plai F--1' t u* -: I.zetso S which every sorrac. single or married,
one.h d tIn ,., .:t. S*.-" ;1 re. in p'aim wrapper to anyv dnfre on receipt of
21 tme-'est Ms. p to c r M r sab.liif. only, or ia cloth bnJian4 or 31 stamps.
lamadeins & an ad ib& M
Ds-Dvm & mlimek
D J. F. ALDI*uAP.
I..OLLITOZ IN 3T
ClAInUSVILLN. Aledws 0169I
Omee In s3w1 m 3Lo.
AT'IO3YN AT LAW,
aIPEPSwI-C OaL A
Mi ONIVESiTY MAID
S.ft (t [Wn
JA. UARTUW i5,
LAd Mslu' Wf
Ei e'Es N RKStesle
THE GAINESVILLE BOTTUNG WORKS -""I&" "
raiFnK OS.A~ i,. W. .l
HIGH-GRADE VEGETABLE SEEDS IA"R & IL
It pays the farmer to plant only the best. It's a
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good." Practice la as Cmrts, *tate sa
We am now booking orders for Peaw and otlwr .wasoable plds. We
will be gladto mend you pn m o n nqML o l- iasese Male os
WILUAMS' Mlinmi N AI 0ID[R NOUS! HNer= ai Mles
211 West Bay St P. 0. Box 401. Jacksonville. Fla. Jut A
J. J. WILUAN-, Prnpllkor
CASE GOOoD. CXPRES PAID. Old Homesteas Corn Whirke. ILt ALL iWhisk
0Oeto Rye. (Ote gallon jug. express paid.. 4. -
4 Full Quarts ................I 5.00
6 Full Quarts ................ 7.00 Special Offer. All Ttnhearmv 4ck and IOaaliy a-
12 Full Quarts ................. 12.76 Ibrook Whiskey la Dr[aus-DisUtl Im tI t1y Mr. Davi. (Com sad as a
13 Full Quarts (freight pald.. 12.o lery botling-Expre- CoUlect. look at tthesm, t he'fyot buy ormet.
4 Williams' No. 10 Ry* 3.20 11Pints i drum ..............330 larne. Waon and Buake for alep.
4 Full Quarts.................3.20,Do Iialf-Plats In drum .........3100
g Full Quarts ............... 4.50 ld only t drumu-sill uot br.ab
112 Full Quarts ............. 9.00 drum
SOld Halifax Rye. 4 Corn Whiskey-Express Collect. Davis & O liver
i Full Quarts ................ 4.00 k mky f.,rk j.r t.ttl. l *j asionvil, Florida
I: Full Quarts ................ 12.00 i ..k) I,,rk i orc aw..*
Sunny South Rya. v lta,* l.t r __
4 jFull QuartsL................ 2.75 Laurel Valley Coru............ .I
,i Full Qu:Art 0 ...... ..'''... 4.00 ... .....r e
I! Full Quarts ................ 8.00 Ryo Whiskey-Expres Collect.L DI Ca SWg
Full Plut ........ ....... p0 Per oa
Yellowstone Bourbon. ni.( t') 6 '* at-
I,,ttl.-, .. ...... ......... 40 nuuny 8 outh ... ......... .60
$1.75 Ry Malt ... ......... 3.00
Ia-s ....... 1I.7S ilrlt, )e.. sitIal... ......... 4 (W
Old Boone---xirefs Collect. )%"erbolt ..................... 4W lId0 n*la r in'ml a i r-I.a d our
hld i ItIil 4 0, lilakery, tt- n rI la, Ir, ;apan l i4' give
ii.,tled lu Lnd by U. 8. Government. I'lait,-r .. ................ .6 0 yomu ext-fl ail rmt ll ,- ,our w*-
.a rt- S-- pa, ili >lli in, r tt .a .. .. ... 7 t p at ),a ,r *l..r a y IuonMin .
., ..* .irxp.-IL AIcA. I. KEYSTONE BAKET
i- iiti. r. |ij.I I') ,a, Oi.e Grade Only sad )us ..... 4.0 1u
SEND. T. ~al.af r, Pr.i .o.e id
.. SENI) US A T(Ill.IF OR I) -
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DR A. A. CLIN.
01fem at Crawford A DvW' SbW
ble. Cals answered day or mif.
Cattle and dogs all receive Ompt
DR. OEO. 8. WALDO,
ama SuIdg bmt Mdla oM"t UI.
Sell Phlam Si. AIe *Leat, S-ft=ah
DR. EDWARD ClUJRK
IN uwft UNC
TRI DAILY SUN: GAINgEVILLI, FLORIDA. FEBRITARY 9, 1909
d Whot s Go
lseAner, was In
Iisa among the
Late Mr. Jones,.
day and alght
tuned frowm a
-to p to ladles'
W y nights John
R yesterday for a
d ether points.
Sof the prominent
Swas a visitor to
M of Rocky PFnt
| nyoday visiting her
w 1lve characters by
11 s ei otric Theatre
i. P. lDawklns has
:jtUent as Deputy
Ibis t. district.
five cent. .
M re-departed yesterday)
where he will be ab-
it few days on buis-
arl aey left yesterday
%~ ee he goes to look
1 bMINg interests in
tr at by
W. L. Hill.
t McRae. Ga., spent
1f hts parents in
916. worry we did not
o Wladsor. who has
e or the past two
th Bible Corference.
ib Ime yesterday.
-Or of Citronelle ar-
ft yesterday and will
bile here with her pa-
a Mrn. J. L. Kelley.
of Dothan. Ala.. ar
if* rad will speud the
VA.s visiting his sister.
6 d014gh. and other rela
e Sup. Willie's daily
*as sore throat.
1s Immi--Dr. Thomas'
1-0 greatest household
|L J. &. Neel of Mclntosh
sI viasttors to the city
Ft oI s that he will have
hig vegetables and will
It bes l March.
I ardare Company have
61t1vsrt5enti inii ttlaiy
t; 6 speak of the proper
paf I clenluing tile,-r and
SThe preparation haIs a
WMaard of P'alatka.
dr k for Iutani cou111n
lty >)csteerday oiln tuti-
1 With the. clerk S office
mgfl"d b.ere.- ith l,-r ia
6 a large nulll ir l f
E A. Colson, one of
substantial planters of
section, was meeting his
E. Renaault of Waldo.
that town who supplies
ber of adjoining places.
to the city yesterday.
friends in the
the baker of
a large num-
was a visitor
C. Y. Crawford returned Sunday
from the West. where he purchased a
fine lot of live stock for the livery Arm
of Crawford & Davis.
R. L. Polk of Alachua was trans
acting business In the city yesterday
Bob is always welcomed to Gaines-
vllle by his many friends.
Miss Sallie Perry of Rochelle was
a visitor to Gainesville Monday.
While here she was the guest of her
friend. Mrs. E. C. F. Sanchez.
Mrs. C. K'. Hates of Santa Fe return-
ed to her home yesterday after a
short visit to the family of her brother.
L E. Aeans of North Gainesville.
J. A. Hague of Hague was in the
city yesterday. He has been suffer-
ing for some time with rheumatism
and was scarcely able to get around.
W .M Pepl'r left yesterday for Per-
r.\, where he goes in response to a
message bearing the information that
his mother is quite sick at that place
Cab6,age crate-t, sawn slats; two-
piece heads-manufacture our usual
standardd of excellence. Ask our Il-
-al growers. Let us book your order.
Melton Lumber Co.. Micanopy. Fla.
The magnificent Everett-Grand pi-
Smo now being used by the Bible Con-
;erence In the Tabernacle is for sale
it a bargain. Apply to A. R. Harper
Piano Co.. 104 Main street, Jackson-
At Auction-Hoffman, the thorough-
ured German Coach Stallion, will be
iold at auction, to the highest bidder
)m Saturday. February 20. 1908. at 11
o'clock, in front of Crawford & Davis'
stables A rare chance to get a 0ae
horse cheap. Don't forget the date
Miss Lila Thompeon, an attractive
young lady of High Springs, daughter
of the Presbyterian minister. Rev. G.
ri. Thompson. returned to her home
yesterday after having spent the .astt
*seek here. She was the guest of her
friends. Misses Mcl)owall of North
I)r. E H. Armstrong. the noted eye
.pecialist of Jacksonville. has arrived
in the city and can be found at the
trown House. where he will give those
desiring his services the required at-
tention Hlie ha,, a large number of
,atisfled patrons he.re. all of whom
-.lwak in the highest terms of hi,
Dr. A. E Cline. veterinary surgeon,
has opene-d offices at Crawford &
Ilavis' stable, and solicits a share of
the public busine.. i He. 1i s graduate
of the Kansas Vete.rinar) College and
it hlre' to prcttice his proft~eionl
Calls ajaiwetrted day or night Horne
de. titry. (cattle at.l tl gs all r ,-'e l\e
prompt "' *ri
A gr .t l i. cI hi.t4 *' ks''li
; |hi i ljt. tih*"- I I it '.lr 1'l. II
i i I ,6 1 .
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bow Io.r i....f
I" bacl I 61l.r It di IIfl
a r y e ) I .AUll ti l ~ t i i
A~dr..m 'rue Mou,~ r I '
OUR B3USaI N E:SS
DrTey's Delight Coffee.
M A. *114le) 4f ligtih Sprinig. aK w a
visitor to the city )eterday.
( It Illis I-ft .-t.lrday for the
Alachua .t I in 1) look after the h f rti-
li4zr Intere'tas he re'pre-,.'hte
Mrs C J tMIxon ui l-ft y*yot* riel:; ior
Ihitton. where she' ill sInd th. niixt
f.w dae % imiting her daughit.r.
If your purse permit indulge It the'
Iwst We offer un,'xcell,,d tabhl. toard
for $ per actk Th i tbrollwn lou.,
.Mims ina is.k of ShIelb). N. C In
among the vllitors to the r-lty. thie
ilest of her friend. Misvs Itri.an -l'11.
IHept of nimo tlg p|ilctur- e, ery nighiit
for two hours' continuoiis ntitertain-
ment at Elt ltric Theatre. Ten c,' t.
lion .1 M. lJIr -rk ill lt',avo thf
aorniung for Jacks nville to dcii er
; ^<.. 1 .';(!- A nt -
Watch this space for the announcement of our
RAND SPRING C
IN OUR NEW QUARTERS.
Ales' Ready-t-Wear sdus Our Sciaty. Emytrq i
H. E.Taylor has returned from Jack-
tonville. where he went for the pur-
pose of purchasing another automobile, g l
which he brought through the country,
making the distance In about si<
hours. Hlie now has a Mitchell run-
about of twenty horsy-power and does
not ask the sandy roads any odds.
Col. F Y. Smith of Alachua accompa-
uled him as far as Ward City on his
trip. he having also purchased a tour-
ing car of thirty hbrse-power of the
same make, in which he will hereafter
be enabled to take out quite a party
of Alachua people and make the trip
through the country very easily.
Woman's Home Mission Society.
The regular meeting of the W. H. M.
Society of the Methodist Church will
be held in the lecture room of the
church Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
A full attendance Is desired. as there
will be an election of officers, and
members are requested to come pre-
pared to pay their dues.
Death of Missa heard.
liestle. the fourteen-year-old daugh-
ter of S. P. Shepard. died last night
after an illness of about two weeks.
the cause of death being typhoid
The funeral will occur this after-
i on from the First Baptist church.
am* beenstm um b "aiva I
meat ohmeow w les"m Unelsom an
WeN&ds"mka Mie; -soraidmiMNass
@myerword mr ea&h Ms maftg e"
w addiomal Mab& CASH ton dsim
Sm stems-gmyan oders 3w beer-
FOR RUNT-Plveroom eottage. Ap
plyN We Libetytreet
FOR RENT-Furnisbed rooms. mod-
ern conveniences. Apply 501 East
LOCAL AGENT WANTED--A hust-
ling agent wanted by a Northern
commission house to solicit consign-
menit of fruits and vegetables. Ap-
ply to E Germain. Orlando,. la.
Freaks of the Cold.
It ir. a noticeable fact thai damage Parties having job printing done at
I,. tfh, e.oldi weather of last we,.k was The Sun office w enUtUed to one
taeeu (.alii.tlille a.ll (Iieanop) than test for each cent paid for such
t 'taee..i. the latter place and Fairfl-eld work. IDoo't let this when in need
of printed stationery. Read the ad-
t our fr u td rtie.ent gilnIK particulars re-
% \ .ant our frl viid. to under -lttidl r t o d vr
;.r Kiliig thI- e eoutr-t aand vote for the
l11, hO hriitd hAe worked to lady ,of ,r .
ll, i olell
l e,,,, .- -ti> I *' ,11 1 t Nl.-c a t H ill t I
1 4i 11 wtee, r it tillI hat I It #- P-4 but ild
1w .Iiiic 4 YI '. I I i l cI .iiiell r,11,1-
1 114elsi t II IU j11 1O I r I I -ItI Ir I ICIou
.4I I I #. 'el .iie .44aw lihit-4 i' tic Iu r
1, 1. 01aI ~eI IIf stllcat o6ii IieUa.
I I N'A 9 1 it lil I.. .iIt il- i 41A4 1tur
lI A. t Teit it I I xIe tlhuor,
e ~* e Ili- .-ir c-Iea, mud lagrijcjc..
I~~~Str :* ..ejb) W H11Jul 1104e)1
*rib~ ecfotr he Situ and btt~efur
F Lci eIn t".paocnet
DorseyS Deig~ht COX11114.
MEL SAL5-Typoi~rgU' tlbe&
SOY a" re@ord. Ineput.A ft
aloe MheuUew b. AmW 11.0.
FORL SAId-fevem R~. de bkhms
a"d rooster. pwe.$10; @WP1 b
ting. B. M. HookmvC MtIes
wGIbesylk; turms am at
Ms.AL ASW Mt m oft
FOR SALE-Very proieMc variety e
island cotton sed direct ( to.
lands of Soath Carol Jame
Cheenut. GalmesviUle. PM. 3em. am .
mn Wed Nab lt nSmSml ud a
rOR *A WtLB Clocs t i I
Will UM at a bku M and = mm
ters Apply ato Ow s.
POR SALE-Two breeding pm ao
Barred Plymmoth Rocks. Nineate
hens. trio cocks. These are a s&
elected bunch of the best Rocks la
the South, and contains a trio eo
lirits-winners. Hens $1.60 seh.
cocks 2 50 each. Ouarnte SU&
faction Royal Blue Poeltry Parm,
Ml .;ti.,iie Fla
If It's printed *tatioMry you vat
h SBum oce Is the place to & it.
Established Over Twenty Years
UITES STATES DIEPWTST
....We Solicit Your Business....
Jam. M. eI4,raj.lli, I'ne.
~It f I ..) -'f (' sClnibe
1.4c- liar'sAll., Ai't Caniu
.s uidll-l '.t.. -1,4 N m I(M
MOVING TO OUR NEW
QUARTERS WE ARE STILL OFFERING SOME
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN ALL LINES.
You can make your selections from the best of our
We call special attention to
Rugs and Carpets
ew Goods Arriving