Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01573
 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 10, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01573
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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An lateresti Program Arranged by
Stae Supt. HeleMway for Oberv*.
Ing Day by Pupile mnd Teaehers.

TAILAaSEXM Pl.. Feb. 9.-State
Supertate-adet of Publie instruction
Holloway has designated Friday. Feb-
ruary 1th. as Health Day In all the
public schools thrmaghot the State.
The following interettag program of
Health Day exercises will be ob-
1. Quoations abo health, the
care of the body, the value of fresh
air, etc.
2. Alternate reading of selections
from the Health Catechism.
3. Brief paper on "What Boys and
(Garis Can Do to Fight Disease.' writ-
ten by a pupil of the school.
4. Alternate reading of "How to
Avid Taklag Cosaumption.'
5. Discussion: "Shall We Have a
Keep-Well Committee to Help Us
Keep Well?*.
6. Plve minute talk by member
of a woman's club. or oth woman's
society, on -What Mothers 'ant Boys
ad Girls to Do That They May Keep
7. Coacert reading: Teacher-
**omething that most everyone can do
that will elp ever so much to give
good health and to avoid disease and
IPMa, is to sleep in a room with
the wiaews opm every -ahr of every
alght of me's life." Schebl: "Sleep
it the Fresh Air," "Work ton the Fresh
Air." "Play in the Frees Air. "'Lve Ia
the Fresh Air."
All-"Preveato is better tha cure,
and meuh cheaper."

Sat ~ sme sed papers War-
l an p. ae O dteep posetlly at
M te -be pay a great deal ps at-
"Ed. to tdo ourt proseding. A.

1et deeat,

The ~1r i the mmu"i panel,
D. U. n admittede that his eye
Si wfti W IN Mt1 0 M0t added:
I hit seI to aheet a rise ost
as and as I ever eaeM."
Add h oi w -Ny sWt-o- be had.
a. teM rbe a avi' aw, aud ty

Mv am wbt I bearM rye
" T mpleumv a braitw wo ca
mmt amd -N wrismte bad m had

Mw Mthe b mdmr iH IScothug
StasrMs hum his body and bhe
d mat bernishavsa f resekL The
ow Isom ayn.pd M m bi n asJuror.
t dth doem aftH Mg dlbera-

k W vas i bear tdhe el th t*
af, W. A Adeeh, wat as eepted.
Mto an amt Ns another rJ Il
e i a emamt aeod with me place
Is do be am vMassal.

a wev aer had amythimf tfo It to
A IAl imil risms O N "giamm"
Woe. usesed a litts, but the
m h Isidg us "the moat ha.
TMe k ib Wag bard to bea sad

A m ...lw ,pump wi have to

kam L wamd who hba beenau uk
ISg Oeals his headquarters for the
P w year, hbas bee truaterred
to Tamp, whb plae be will make
his tow. -home. He h a large
crcle of friends thronghout the State
wbo wish him well sad trUst that be
wi be please with as new hbead-




PARIS. Feb. I.-Death claimed yes-
terday two of the best-known men In
Fra ee. Catulle-Abraham Mendes,. the
poet and novehot. and Ernest Alex-
aader Hoaore Coquelin. known famil-
larly as Conqueltn Cadet, one of the
last of Frace's celebrated actors.
M. Mendes' body was found mangled
in the *allroad tunnel near Saint Ger-
mala, where he had fallen accidentally
from a moving train.
M. Coquella. stricken down by the
news of the death of his brother. Be-
noit Coastant Coquelln. on January
27. expired this morning in the arms
of his valet



BROOKSVI'LE. Febh 9 -Saturday
morning about 9 o'clock. after r.i iii
lug from a bunt. John. the 14 ~.Ar
old Oill of Mr J. ~ 4iino1iidso-i <(3a
lii tatiil killed 1t- wa. ittinig fin
ta ,la. iae-ur hl.1 holin e lith the 1,I't
KIll il II I liAIid talkligK with ) Ai'tll1
II..1 lt11411 lt I hI rt ilfli l.pl"<'0l 1d l lli li-
hanlld, Aiid diruharK'g J It Ilt a.t It
ilruck Iti. I, I. I |)bl m i it r tl hilJ
i. r A~uld tI il lliK ith, til-h l ,i Il ite theI
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I1 oll: tI i n II > i l dl hid w i 1 tli l N

Consumers! Take Notice!
('4alilli ci i g 4)lK on Fridut 1hoIlm inlic
ainl l.1tiia .il uaof thi dil'.. aill wi tr'
coin nill % I a. -I ,t oif *ettwatur liraiich
rill l.t a 1it '1ff 1htil- tihe fort. In inll
Ka ,' l I i tlllaIiKg the I o lie- lille f ,r
Ih. Ill Illai All pijrtle ., ir. r.
*ji, r.- I lie-..d tII a th u 4h *
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If you ha'e found anythlug see If
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in Gainesvlle in 1876

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lI1 m -II Weam hat tas e di
W SMelak and eati the9

Nhas wl"" adesire to
a a 1- wng- s tar of -Uttle
Phem te u ad mtragth
tv so M 60s .ampha
S C w eavmd uane 23.
PI SaMt: T. rP. KW. Jas. ios. A H
tsA Il J. H. Rper. A. D. Mayo MN
LdLdel. By pwMaISm. J. C. Uardui'r
A N .am MA....es frbm the mayor
Uiihahae ae msialag scarcew
ST l Oes 9 ear soidewalks rt 'd
OaB't the proper author

Sahs ayve about played out and
ae mim are the rage.
"0W mather "a been unusually
Vet W sury for a week pastL
A IW Oambe r f our ect Uius ha's
f derlts the last two *eeks forum
i ~ t0he CeateWalal Mahibitlou be
gra al Ipuiat of itlerwet and

6 fooft p-gres!l-A uob &Bev

the new hotel, and when the travellug
season opens there will be ample and
elegant accommodations for visitors
and invalids.
No demonstrations of anv kind were'
ildulged in by the white portion of
oar community on the 4th of Jul%
except the delivery of a historical
sketch of Alachua county. hy Mr 0
A. M)ers, by imitation from the- (Oil
E. C (V. Hanihebs Eq ands LdL l-ft
on Tuesday. the 27th ult. for loatoin.
Mass the former bouie of the latter
Would 't it pay aomU*one to ktep oil
hand a regular bupiply of i-.'" The-
deaiand would intrea- all th1 the fA
(liltles for handliii It
We Wre piraed to mlo-t Il our
lanctumn a ft d > ad) .nii,4,. Mr it t'
M Crawford tiiav.lluK tiagnt for Tht-
IMily I litu aMii Th lr l'-,ai ,l.t Agri
Theb <-a-isal s trius biand. l iaourr-

stburt MUSIC aluiut ~t*we'r) vau 1Ig ai
Lb., delight of All aithtu iti brisig ir at

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1,14.do a~triiig ifa %.,i-lit 4 ketluilag 111 4 1I

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ii l I I it kfIl l t I It, l. 4 I e to a ll Ia
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a14i esw o a t a auir in C1101H i
large crowd attended and enjoyed the
bountiful feast prepared. An unex-
pected treat was given afterwards in
the hotel parlor, when Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Pearsall and J. A. Remmel en-
tertained the guests with music.
songs and recitations for over an
hour. and afterwards dancing was In-
dulged In. Jacksonville, Gaianeville.
Waldo. Micanopy and Orange Heights
were well represented.
Mrs J. A. Waters left Saturday for
Archer. She returned Tuesday. bring-
ing friends with her.

If you have lost or found anything
Jo not fall to keep your eye on the
clasified advertsiing ecoluma.

Miss Emma McEwen departed hI
day for a few weeks' stay with Irbr
tives at Gainesville
Mr and Mrs W. R. Tompikl dt
Fort McCoy are spending a whibl WAt
relatives here.
J. H. Upthegrove made a t---
trip to Ocala Wednesday
Surveyor Savage of Ocala is in
for a few days locating cypress tiu
with the lrosiwets of putting 5 *I
shingle mill at or near this place
MeaMrs R J Tompklns and Jo N9
Kay of Fore.-t Oroie sI-t* Tbr th i
with relative' here

Isn't there something which a1y *
want ad can do for you tooa??

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In Death of Fitz Johnsbs


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b bg AIid I s EMort to DefeatCo

Dy Smtm Frm Caffonfa.

WASHINGTON. Feb. .-Under the fornla In opposition to the
,suase of considertang the omlnastUo o He stated that his position had J
Dr. W. D. Croo. the negro collector on the subject of a big navy. d
of customs at Charleston. 8. C.. reap- that he had always been in favt g
pointed by President Roosevelt. the a steady growth of the navy, a
Senate, in executive session yesterday, though lie was against the Prsda ".
discussed the Japanese question. In- four battleship program last M m
cidentally the discussion turned upon Senator Flint declared that |
the reference to Senator Perkins by not participated in the confer s at
President Roosevelt. In a telegram to the White House until be was MW
Gov. Gillett of California In which he to serve as the intermediary bhiwe
maid that the Senior California Sen- the administration and the I
ator had hampered the administration ture. He made it clear that he diM f
ia Its efforts to build the navy, yet approve of the criticism of lhis e
now "advises a polcy of wanton in- league.
sult." While it is becoming apparent 0
Reference to this statement was Collector Crum cannot be or J
made by Senator Tillman, colleague at the present session. It is als as
of Senator Perkins on the naval af- dent that the case is being uas U a i
fairs committee. and indignation wa" 'buffer" for the legislation whihk lo
shown byv other Senatorm because of leaders do not intend shall be p oU
the attack upon Mr. Perkins. Senators Tillman. Frazier and fir
Both C.:ifornia Senators took part AI.-U extentid ed speeches yesterday a
Ia the discusAlon. Senator Perkin.v the rate question in the SoutI.
made a statement to the effect that h# Mr. Gary talked of the Crnuma te
had not been asked by the Presiden' in particular. and against the pef
to participate in the conferences that of placing negroes in importtst ill
have been held concerning the Jap positions where it is necessary hr
ane-e situation In California. He said whites to come in contact with thmn
that he could not understand why the and especially in cases where pM
President should intimate that he tically all of the business of aa liI
tried to stir up the sentiment nla Call- is transacted by white people.


MELROSE. Feb. 9.-The oyster sup- LOCHLOOSA. Feb. 7.-Mr I. & P.
per given by Melrose Lodge. F. & A. McEwen returned home Sunday i
M.. is an annual event long looked for a pleasant ilsit to relatives in Gaba
by everyone who ever attended one ville.
of the jolly occasions. This year's sup. Mrs. F S. Jackson was unexpected
per was given on Friday night at the ly called to Dade City Thursday a
Huffman House. and. as might be ex- account of the illness of her daughsM
pected. was an unqualified success, who is one of the high school taws
thanks to the untiring efforts of the eri there. We are glad to bear 111
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16 M gs Grand High
af g l Arte Masses of Pro-
MS e G IN Be Chapter No. 2
soQl viM the past week. He
w- raW reved ,ad eatertained
a soe em-a omM, of the wo chap
a mr preemted to the High PMeet,.
wh removed him with the assal for-
-isof t the order, to which he
es M aseuasdce with his ex-
les. e witmeasmed the degree
of the haptar an two prominent
qa4i~i a water wMec be eamgmt -
Soame G a p thei M r preM
.After a svhlt to the new tsm-
t a the ate University he de
fer Ocalsa.
amoS eaos aand stafy colds that
ray develop Into pmeumauia over
Mc are quickly cured by Foley's
IiMty -I Tar. and It soothes inlaf
asd bbraaes. heals the l ngs. and
mas go el M tfem t o system. J.
W. Ma ae s On.



New AIo Theatre.
Wednewda*, Ab6 10-" The Late Mr.
Am.et," TAr Hwlgh. aod (.-
pNW., beef Oai neW. IOwarde.
Frkid, Fc&. 12-The Lmean Torino
O(mpwi, Urith tbi bweeaty .ArA., itn
"Tr* )rb'r IDrum.m, r,' "
MnmdprF. iF .. 1'-"7 Iiy I)igi-, ,,4;g,,
in .,- u }Frk."
Slectrie Theatre.
Nw'a Mwing PIfurvs, renih afenow n
eawl nigAl, .revid SundRia.

Elestrie Theatre.
The pictures last night were of a
character to please everyone and a
like ember will be shown tonight.
Temorrowv eight begins the short en-.
agemeo t of the celebrated John
Thompeon. who. in the "Punay Pel.
lows of New York.' Im apersoates ten
difereat characters of as many nation-
altles, plays popular airs on various
lan-trmets. sing topical so0gs and
has more fun In him to the square
inch than any other man In the pro-
,'essiom. Thompeon is so well known
ill over the United States that the
sere mention of his being here will
Irmw the people. Be sure and not let
the opportunity escape to see and
lear him.

"The Late Mr. Joenw" Tonight.
As this Is the last chance I have to
talk about the above gentleman. I
know you will read this with patience.
In the first place, this comedy is a
little more pretentious than "Charleya-
Aunt" and called for much harder
work on the part of the caite.
With all the disadvantage of not be-
Ing able to secure the opera house
for rehearsals. the members of the
caste have gone nobly ahead with the
lines and worked faithfully to give a

smooth performance. I never apotlo
gise for a play or player and have no
intention of doing so now. I will ask
however, that our friends expect so
more of us than they would of a first-
claw traveling company, and I prom-
let you shall not be disappointed.
Yours for the sueeeM of "The Late
Neted Aetress Cemninq
Mrs. Katharyne M. Evans,. who plays
the part of "Miss Snmily" with the L.y
man Twins In "'the Yanikee lDi)a
erp'" this ealon. i. the onl.k ac'lr'.
l1 ll lii ho s Iplayed in the camt,, ol
Oiur Ane Theatre. Washington I). C.. the night
of the assassination of Preside:nt
Lincoln. April 14th. 1 CG>. .~tt this rt
markable woman has seen forty -t w
years of footlight career since that
memorial event and is still bale and
hearty and talks freely of the great!
changes that have taken place In the
theatrical world since that time.
"When John Wilkes Booth Jumped
to the stage from the President's pri-
vate box after rating the shot, caught
his spur in the flag and fell. breaking
his leg. we played with as lights
which were considered perfection."
she said to a reporter a abort time
sao, "but now with electricity and
its light and the many uses it Is to
as in our stage work. I wonder how
we ever got along with coal oil lamps.
mid gas. In those days very little
scenery. was ever carried even by the
leading attractions and light effect.
and transformation scenes were never
'c rd of."
The famous Poung star. the Lynar
Twin brothers, who have Jumped witIn
wonderful strides to the front rank a:
comedians,. and who we will have th*
pleasure of seeing at The New Itaird
Theatre Friday night in their late-t
musical hit. The. yainkee iD 'tr r-.
A'hich is s !,! t') h, oe of the fllu ,
ind most complete' musical comnedt
:roductioi.. of.the day. are comedian
in a class I'y themselves. and enter
talners who deal out comedy lines awm
.ituatious in a ay seldomn tsee-.
"Th* Va*t.-on rmn'i,r s" l- t.












GOalmeell Flisidm.


Tuesday's Fire Alarm.
Tuesday afternoon at 4., th<. du
apartment was called to the corn. r of
Alachua and Roper aleouuteh l an
alarm from Hox 73 They re-I,,4oidi.d
with their usual ipromptulit-aa but foai.it
their serices t were not a>-n4dedl. a-
only somes brubh and sta.. re- lrburn
lu in tbhe school yard The ('hi.-f
desires. hen justlblv. for juart 5t. to
call them oer the 'phond in a id.,-' ,t

nwwf t oy OM

tii iz kin d. aud idut to '-untd Ini .g~a mtr
Atl alaruzaa-.it (call. zzaaijy boi s. u!
twt ch:-..arih frwn ithe.itdut ics

HiCks' CAPUDINIE Cures back Head-
Al,() Ncrvota"1it,. 4.Ta~ '.r
:wh Trrotatlv. or Ft ii-ila t' ul-
Try ('ajudiiae IID i, I Adit r-ffuctmi aai-
nit-diA10l Sold by drugga.Its

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"axative Bromo 'uinine
mV LO D V ER *W 4A 0N -M O MaY.

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r' "~ smuauun 4oajt ..rjr LA

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Color of 1101t Said to gstatIe 5a

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U- oe*rMe of Enjoyment
Duing the Dull

to aga n have a gun
@ the preliminary ar
Saleisminsg have already
dte different members
i aggurang new material

^Magmttee has been -
3'. J. H. Alderman. presl-
dab, wo will look out for
to come Into the
Sm ow fully organized.
e.M-e letters have been
o t he club from other
Stem to participate In
pbBly the club will
I el nt enoMh to en-
et one, whieh will ac
gag og sometime during

com e uprising the club
of some of the leading
te eity, and while there
aigber of expert shots
j twere are many who are
makiismen and simply
gMel enthusiasm and at the
ha e the opportunity to
M at ay time they desire.
10 be no monthly dues, but
l -- will be paid into the
J and this is supposed
f eIspases for one year,
Sbe repeated annually, and
i smey In the treasury at

ggapmed to have two good
O* the club, which will keep
IVat all times, and especially
weary summer months.

br y uylng Chamberlain's
SO mgh Remedy.
il lpay Just as much for a
i hl berlaln's Cough Reme-
Ma of the other cough medi-
YUI save money in buying
)b gsla Is oI what you get, not
pay. The sure-to-cure-you
SIS Tvery bottle of this reme-
tA get good results when
U.L NXslected colds often de-
F ONO conditions, and when
a 1111gh medicine you want
SyoU are getting one that
F Meer cold. Chamberlain's
miiy i always cures. Price
I OEtm a bottle. For sale by

IMea Carlisle's Court.
IWr two cases before Jus-
I Phfaee Carlisle on Tuesday,
1s posed of with his usual
administering Justice to
I arraigned.
lover, for carrying a pl-tol.
$100 and costU, but the
t him a ninety-day bond in
1 MY into the county the

WmonM became involved on
811t with his wife and was
4With $10 and costs. but his
1ook an appeal and his care
hIObMd before the circuit court.

| MS"amthylentettramine.
S bTove sl the name of a German
which is one of the man).
l. lPgredients of Foley's Kidne>)
Oexamethylen,.tetramine i1
1Wi by the medical text books
ties as a uric acid solenlt

Ildaey HIent'd.y as soon au
0, N<0" any irregulariti.'e, and
4 OMrlous malady. J. W. MtC'ul
& Co.

lmoevgville Infested.
mt viUle is iife.ste-d ( wl ith p1"4 iI
AliS ft he sbtriigK I,.lddle.r- and tie.
Sha*U & 'tl been i -t"mre vIUim rol, -
Sl et a t mlot han %.@n th ,. r b, .,lor,.
h' s i"t". of tI. t,11 II Th. (0t it
10 should Id e-a a,. o, illui.t.e
th*e ll tl, lMiM k fei f tb. t
^ i Jt< k.,I l|. all <,t..
ha, done.
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S UINMrL'T is guaranteed to
fy case of Itching flilld
C Protruding PIle.s in 6 to
4 bostr refunded. 60o

Sd the bht market
ese hby bot fur your

Win. A. qrs

Niagara C

Paste Sihl





not to

contain any poisonous
chemicals, such as other
manufacturers use.

GUARANTEED to be ab-
o0lutely free from grit.

solid silver, silverware
and all other such arti-
cles. Put up in conve-
nient screw-top jars.


Prominent Traveling Man Weds Popu-
lar Belle of Orlando.
The meager Information in the
shape of a telegram was all the news
concerning the marriage of Mir. I. K.
Thrower to Miss Ora lianimond, one
of the belles of Orlando. Tuesday.
It was not positively known among
his most intimate friends that he was
about to become a benedict. and the
news received here was rather a sur-
prit-e to his numerous friends through
out the city. Only the immediate
family of the bride were present to
witness the happy event.
Mr. Thrower has for some time
been a resident of Gainesville and
held the responsible position as travel-
ing salesman for the IBaird Hardware
The bride is one of the charming
young belles of Orlando and quite a
social favorite, and will prove quite
an addition to the social circles of the
Following the ceremony the happy
pair left for Tampa. They will arrive
here within a week and will make this
city their future home.

Had melancholy, probably caused by
an Inactive liver. A bad liver makes
one cross and Irritable. causes mental
and physical depression and may re-
sult disastrously. BIallard's Herbine
is acknowledged to be the perfect lier
regulator. If you're blue and out of
sorts, get a bottle today. A positive
cure for bilious headache. constipa-
tion, chills and feier and all liver
complaints. Sold by W. M. Johnson

Hunting Party Return.
l)r J A itatton. It. W. lit-all and I)
M ij inlieeitta*zi conijposing a part)
if lr. Hlierztg friends from lhlladel
phia. have returie.d from Tre'n'It-
h here" th. llu hav b)etn einc'ampnied feir
the- pla-t two e tk*'k In search of quail
T"lh.w) rei>,rt1 i .l i, t ,f birds. but the-
w eiah r liha tbee., i o e x'eed tdin;gl. dr)
that the doKg could not do good pork

Foley s i Hney' and Tar cle-ara. the air
passage t- lo as the irritation in the'
t hra, t. cotlthsi the Ilit ire d ail.ln -

lejJi ,nll(the' I~e ts nae og
Ii IA *,:I r e er. aund ili f1iaie'td 1l1119
ar.' e- l t '1 d alI bI 6st -119t11"1"1eui uiti i' .
(old 1I v%111,11. 41i' freom te 't 1 e
is I I ) ) 1 tI th01., g" fill Ie'I I i tha' -e l

Meeting of lEagles.

0.1 I % i. I

stop* raillnig Ii r
Destroy* Ldarldrul,

IDoes noT





I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the office of City Mar-
shal, to be voted for at the election
on April 13. 1',9 If elected I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the
uffice without fear or favor. I re-
.ipectfully solicit the votes of all, Ir-
rte pectl'e of party affiliation.

Onte sho li es in a furnished room
. do keep the bust to be bad within
hta r-ach

Ati Ft "Kant Dressins
~tlasir Growl

the lair


Is One of the Leading Truckers and
Always Makes a Good Haul
on Lettuce.

Alex Daughtrey. who farms at Rocky
Point but lives in this city. is among
the most successful farmers In this
On Saturday he closed a deal for
three hundred crates of lettuce at $3
per basket f. o. b. Rocky Point, which
is only a small part of what be has to
offer. He was among the first grow-
ers here to use canvas and has never
failed to come out ahead on this pro-
tected article.
It Is understood that the buyer want-
ed all Mr. Daaghtrey had, but he
would not consent to sell him the en-
tire crop.
Prices for lettuce are sUll advancing
daily, but the growers around here
think it will drop within about ten
days. as they figure that a large part
of the young lettuce that was unpro-
tected will grow out of its sickly con-
diaon within that time and the out-
ooor people will be shipping along
with the canvas article.

Funeral of Mim Shepard.
The funeral services of Miss Las-
sie Shepard. the 14-year-old daughter
of 8. F. Shepard, were held from the
iaptist church Tuesday afternoon at
4 o'clock. Rev. 8. B. Rogers preaching
the sermon.
A large number of friends followed
the remains to Evergreen Cemetery.
where they were laid to rest.

Returned From Atlanta.
Marshal B. T. Arnow lhas returned
from Atlanta, where he went to assist
in carrying the four United States
prisoners to the Federal prison. He
was favorably Impressed with what
he saw of the way in which the Gov-
ernment looked after the welfare of
the prisoners.

Baby Hands
Will get Into mischief-often It
means a burn or cut or scald. Apply
Itallard'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 26c. 50c and 11.00 a bottle. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.

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

I take this method of informing the
public that 1 iam a candidate for City
Marshal at the election to be held on
April 13. 19o9. 1 respectfully solicit
the support of all voters, irrespectlve
of party affiliation, and promise to
faithfully and impartially discharge
the duties of the office should I be
elected. Respectfully.



Fire, Life and Accident ..... ,

A, M. CUSHMAN, Agent, LVainesvill, lt

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p P w wm a r mss, abwk or
Wr bw w eismeths is the

If th,
go io ewf enahy a lk or a.

qP-ra damok %bt a very pleaant.
'& imptls bs balsam, ro
MAbApgms Gagtwo of Australia. Too
es t a bal m air thMMUeh a
Shady rubber anhaler, and It
au e ry no ks esroer and Mr.
t f te memlbrae, and pom Hpt
&. W.M.oasm &. Ca wMsel yeo
a WsIt Mym (pwronone
0004) e h r Siw$ o. the
ae of Myomel eured Mr.
Saglv endorsed the use of Hyomel
in manslnes s, and we are gladn
is P n MssMd eardlng this marvel-
Se eub was re ad edorsing its
**."-NMM. A. Coler. So P.t aP e
m, Battu Creek. Mich.. Oct. 12. loo0


w ftVS!!L
W~m ,'W ow~m Sa

ember IAN t s~ were fond tIn
th e i by the enummater.
Wf .3aa ~-~a~


I # "
bMi. llMU hdfe by Weeds
-Amm b-mwkW LegsO

bmi ad o r- Weks Ho
li NWeilShrSeew


a *i b im -= e
Wl mo m .I doM th a

nm m u Rn. ,Wptw, p ma .... -
of the Mml RIHigh lSeld has been *No.
ge edtor of The FIria School xO- AA teas svl. tI tshe gate of stortms.a she
es, a p.. a.es. issed by te am
lending edusata 4f the State. a-
---sad ....... l .-m.l .................. MI 2t
'" "I O eas. s~ereem ast Miaeener.. dU&W
T- t 7mm e the oa'.... M3M Go
S---_ee r .... Va (amMtte. Way L=. IS to asure V. I m- X moo
MIuard' ismatd who abs received a :. .. ...... S
NMa v Ser IAN W this year fry o the r 5*......& 6G
ae rve l MI..... .. ....... ..... 1" )I a
a9 a e e of WrOuI. while a sesaig* bne tu maseme p s bami sa
bar he dne equaay as well. The ..**.* I.......... sL
0a.tee remuka: 'Wf coare this has oe bern po'esi murve e .. U5Mt I
been aneseptioa season for this eessmm paver oweY.M. ake'&
......... ... ... ....... a r. m
vaegtabe, but to May tat he sum of LAWWPLKMouS EiNNnvI N Mieia.
iaN acm be a-de em Ise than &a vn : '3 a
ae atf graud is almost aubelleve- Leamsem .r not. ...... .. 0 aU.as 3o
able, espediay when that amoaut Is er ( esto( trecu&UO s.no o

'rlanMd tna o e crop alone. when it
is possible to grow at least two more
if not three crops from the same oil
ton one year's time."

Wra Out.
That's the way you feel about the
luas when you have a backing cough.
It's fooiashaes to let It go on and
trbs to luek to get over It, when Bal-
lard's Horehound Syrup will stop the
ongh and heal the lungs. Price 25c.
e and $1.0 per bottle. Sold by W.
M. Johnmson.
EterTal Fitness.
"I see a retired kuorkabout cotrm
dian Is going to buy a title and have a
cost of arm."
"Has he decideed a anything?"
"I think be eoAMsrla two slap-
M s c rmed over a sitar siphbo."-
fuhlburs Poet.
Fer That Terrible Itchlng.
WAwma. totter and salt rheum keep
their victims aIn perpetual torment
The application of Chamberlain's
Salve will Instantly allay this Itching.
and many cases have been rure d hv

T .............. ............Wt. Om i
(Owftalstock pind in ... ........(9101M00
sa" puts1. lsm e pm s. mand
n ote. out~taldiflaI 21419W
Du be otber N-UnsalImoHak% 3116
DuetoState sAd Privat1eOsankas d
1xv sOt "am...... ...........0t 40
Individualdevumsit subject to cberk 310104M5
Sawbodssdepoji... ... 34 SCUS 6
Zeamaad crtMeatex of degosit -. 14 MW
T100merteea otaw.of de boIt A.... 7..1,411 It
Cort~ed cheeks. .. 160S
Csamhhes checks couutamindlnW4SM W
Vehied aws. depiwlta .... 310.761 31
I3,PCWW Of U *. dimburouglegoecra 13.15397
Noun. and bills redimountei -455j (K
meserved Ifort axes ...... I .I.w 4
Total.,...110 i a 7 41 6
STAT5 I V nYu9LAsu. 0-bo
Oo.LST tor AtAL4IMIA. t
1. H. K. Tmo) or. exshier oftheb abose-nnumrd
bank. do soemW)a* muear that th. above 4Mte-
ment is true to the toest of uiy knowledge anad
beef. H. K TAvW1s. Cashier.
hubscribed &ad sworn to before we this 9Kb
of Nib.. 3IVA Wa IL.MEKmiUZy.
Chrreet- Attout:
JKAId isl IAretors

mm OW. so"i

Its e. Fr sale by all druggists. Tuner and -Rebuilder
The Poew Sheep. & mte i~iarimhitI haol'ri ly antiiAll
mr. Fulitxash by *arv sheep the cmot %%',rL t~V1~ftt
dissipaled m aiiisus" Mr Silly -- WI- l--i"Ai'Ir,,q
caso the y gl a i m ilatsdzUtl it-r II ev. asgwl kI411i 1N0G%11 : 1
naiso-t gi tht-Ir thnae o' fi t-itietrf. man. sura f Ahs'-I I t%.,I
IIhem Or*- I-.0-iL e*t-I1.al. 111Ud : th U..d"e,'cd -. .
to the .1141,__________________________

Fuley'a Oriauo lAx1ah 4ur.-h i ii-t3
Patiun anid hi~ tr troulfl- and nwike
the boust-is baltkiy SLd regaulAr Or iii,
Is superior to lpllts Lid ttblrttsam it
does loot gr'ipe4 or nause'ate. Why t4&kv
anytblng %Ll*&' J WMlccullumi & CU



Work toI s Comwotod as PONt Oa
esle, as Laare Foro will
me at Work.

BDeginlna next Friday the work of
puttag aIn the extension of the new
water mals for certain sections of
MBst Oalesville will commence.
Supweateadent Miller of the water
works gives notice elsewhere today
that all eoaeumen will be deprived of
water In that part of town daring the
entire day. or as long as It s1 nece.
mry to put In satecient connections
lo rum ing the new lie.
When ths work wMl have been con.
plted It will amrd a large part of
that section of tah ecty re protectio
and city water oa their promises,
whie tey have be n deprived of tor
tese many moatbh, and wiit make
real estate In that secti more de
The work of pattig la this new
lie will require some time. but It will
be pushed as fast as a large force
can handle It, and the supertntemd-
eat hopes to bave It dome without de-
SC. R. Kherw. te eweler. 1000 Vir-
gdal avenue, ldla.apol. land, writes:
"I was so weak from kidney trouble
Mat I could hardly walk a hundred
feet. Four bottles of Foley's Kldney
Ready cleared my complexion, cured
my backache and the i.egUlarlties
da"ppeared. and I can now attend to
bus ae every day. and recommend
Foley's Kidney Remedy to all suffer-
era, as It ered me after the doctors
and other remedies had tailed." J. W.
McCollum & Co.
I Ws iprntd statuoery you want.
re ma osse b the place to set It
--or T

First National Bank


It Will Help You
MrsA. C. Beaver, of Unicoi, Route No. 1
bleton, Tenn., writes: "I suffered wita bW
down paas, feet swelled, pain in right aide, h
pmas in shoulders, nervous palpitation, and
trouble I cannot mention, but I took Wine of 0
and have found it the bet medicine I eer
for female troubles." Try Cardui.




To become identified with this bank. Your financil
matters require the CaaMd C-ain-1t attention which
this bank's officers give to its customers. Your bu.
ness will be managed CsmlvUils m* h* strict mi0fiL

W. R. THOMAS, Prsident. E. D. TURNER, Cwhier.

THIS COI'PON WILL N(yr BE Goon ArFTR FEB. 12, 1900

Bush & Saford The Gainesville So



This Coupon muay hI cast at The Sun otflhv or at eitlhr of the 4ore e -
nected with the contet. NOT G(OO AFTER FEBiLA'.Y I-', IM

G. S. Merchant & Co.
Retailers aad Jobbere Is

Staple and Fancy Croceries
%ralq, Gardeq Seed and Fertilizers
Higheft market price paid for Chickens, Eggs and otl' PMOdu5s
A Complete stock of Hay. Cor. Oats. Flour., Bran. 'enl. Cotta
Seed Meal and Rye. We handle only the Very bWt oo
at Lowest Prtoes. and guaratee *atlsulateus assay

Om Easy 0 -:AI


Machines for M


I D~Nivis

ANYWHERE The Fay Sholes Visible. I \I K'' f
MID4350 100

T' HFfiS' N"WAN "I' A 1S", RIt11NO H~



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A Simple Remed
Cardui Is a purely vegetable extract, a si
vnon-intoxicating remedy, recommended 4 ) r
womem, of all ages, for womanly paian, irregru
falling feelings, cervousnesa, weakne., md
other fowa of sicknes, peculiar to femala




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P~~~a .ms'adPubstebt

5.Ist. Cmpedg mems.

aow w3alte31ub^ P

bre Me-,kd5h~pe

Sieas eigbt paefrtaty.
H 5d ev 7 Meaday n ad

-tat of The uf the

r gumd rate, and dver-

m rate, anhd adver-
S inpace I ts columns a
t. Buy space now.

Smv have another such
t o t a ane piano as is
yo in The Sun piano
i I fall to win the piano
wM* awe north their full value
Srchase of one of these

&A. Wright of Jacksonvllle.
b e lecturing at different
i isotate on the Confederate
of the best-posted men in
ei the subject he has taken
Hl.ggg. It Is to be hoped that
hr his lecture in Gaines-
Sme future date.

public of the large sums
Jenings during the
SWe1a as attorney for the
t aInternal Improvement
ernemd aunfavorable comment
afe pre". generally. The
Advocate, however, refers
n gasmts as "hot air," and
SMO had not earned the
T paM ahim an Investigation
I a bees made. Will Editor
PkA tely Inform the public
h1bufltft there has been for
11a of the matter? No
I MI Mr. Jennlngs for accept-
I r Nasy, but the trustees are
lI hr employing counsel at such
Jt i wba it was the business of
6 I4O y-General to have attended
1 Ilal alairs of the trustees.

OW Med of afforestation and refor-
is sO pressing lu well nigh
eM stry that Governments are
H1maMediate and thorough ac-
I tN "t it. In fact some govern-
t pedlally those of France.
and Japan. began years ago,
N O reaping their reward in the
NW l splendid forests rapidly grow-
.11 fturity. This country is now
Swahe to the need. and over in
11Iain they are about to comi-
6t planting of some 4.MM)a.ooi
f V poor pasture land The plan
i piNat 150.000 acre's annual) In
OiPOM mouths, whereby bome Ih.
0 1" will be giD t -n it-nili rary .in-
M t a& most needful tinti- To
m6 work some $1,4HmOMs Will b.-
alaaluly. At the end of eighty
4111 estimated that the pruioprt)
frted will be worth to the
eINething like. $(. *,,,,ooe,aen .

Sis a ra|iidl)> aroutig .t'II-
over the country Iu favor of
0I1limg 5'hojol ground. W\ her it
Efi done lith aun) re-gard to
t sybelrin the reI''ul t li 0 e 11
b be' said '1l it,. i., The ie,
i"ert, quit, t r, e i-e lii hat
[ uhl idalted builiinae., i.,lI lr,. ni -
* 4111104 *llib tall sgl.i .-..inl .

. l lh rrcu or dilii i i4 ,, a,,, I1 ,I* !
1' 'lh th*A ij., a i 1 i .. : .

Si ;.l t iita ,t. l i. .; ,

S?' l Ufflil 1i l It. i, l t.4 I.
i 5i1 g.*ji,. ,, -. ti, I. I





balloon without realizing, long before
the end of the story is reached, that,
in the presence of such an Instru-
meat, a regiment will be as a swarm
of caterpillars, and a Dreadnought no
more dangerous than a mud turtle.
The perfect warship of the sky is not

k" -. cavaeeYlo o ii waeewi

II hel Won mome" o0 o -
yet: but she is as nearly in sight a. 0.wtnou=v 1adi Ian
i An w IL amal 1 ".* I ma

25,000-ton D)readnoughts were ten
years ago. Were our Government to
offer a prise of $500.000 for a perfect
aerial fighting machine, the naval
budget and the exhuming of fossils
from the Navy Department might, in
another twenty years, give us no more
concern than the tensions for MS-
can War veterans."

If Enrico Caruso. the celebrated
Italian olwra btar. were no better as
a singer than he ik-ems to be as a
man he would not be- able to ears
more than a day laborer. Having in
mind his monkey house episttode and
soul-mnate' bu.iesi it would betem
that he might with advantage' upe-nd
emn. time' I n try iig to get his (haract
,.r up to th. h.I'vl of his Onu(i' ( e) '
troumtbl. wlth s uch nweit is that they
In.,iht th,. are- no. t to 4 JNidge'd by
the- Saini" ntmol ,ttaidard I which
otheTrs ar- rinasured, and there art*
pi llt, fotxllh '-enough to agree with
t hl il.

Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
as niw'rcury w ill urv-ly dte.tirty the
-. 11 ,'. eelof ani.l niid conni.ie .. d,.r.,iit
S l4. %w it.hl,. l -t* I .'lit ri ligiK t
ttirough Itht' it.ueou. c iirf.r1, Su i Ih
, rt hitIt lo iilli i1141' c it a. i ,,1'.. 1a te ;-
a r tl l i fIt dtllc f ra 'i i ,r a i ll ,* .i
(in irc
telln fldl tu thi good ti u i ''
,ler it, fr, n tHl ll- I .,,, ( I' .' rrl

Iva ai t 11. '1-..,. 1

I.i< l-~. 11 .. 'iI fu uat

Jamis NeusseaMW~aft. Jeasq 0Mr. 3.

~- 4 n uak. The 5UOStbleskaaa 3IU

fterust Reaedy Co.., Chicago at N.Y. S

Km the (1trv11 ('wart. Meboh hJuM.1al ir('fre
Alarh~a C(OUmiF. Vlorfida.-Is Cbaweery -
LU200 M. Ivans M .Peter J Evans 1NU
fo ivrc.Order of11Iabicatlos.
It appearing by affdavit appeared to lon
bill filed is the above stated cause tbas %be
resc5sce of P'eter J. gvasa. the defendant
the -lcisnamed. -'6 unksown.mand that there is
i *rw Is 1V0 the Ittae th service of a sub.
roes. upon webowi w oud blind said defenanlat.
&ad tbat he Is over &he age of twepty-oae
yeasr. It im ijicrefure ordered that said son-
resident defendant ltw and be is hereby re-
qauired toamwa14r to thaer 1*11 of ('oaaa~iasflied
in kail casuie oo or before Monday. the kbh day
of Apilr. A 1) 1"L. otherwise Lb. aihirgsuoss
of "ai bIL il; le "beet.ase5coa ewmed by said
IL Infurt;Amr ordered &bat this order be pub-
a'.bP4 user a a meek for eight conusecutive
aerksion ITbr 4.al~avilcmY tus. aaeswapapa'
lout-116hed In 'maid eUntymand State.
Thin Vebrume, "tita 10
H I. WIXNZ(a.Kh. Clerk Circuit Court.
11) M h LE~~ iU
A truecCoin'lotf ortainal
ity h 'Hb~~ it C
Hi A TkMgAS~HI.bU olr fur Cogiplt.

Mcip to AND Dd lat. P~ma Q.






CURRENT COMMENT Th7.. hiplhuildtng Intisitr in Eng
lad- ha% IN *.*n reantly de''pre,'e'ld on
The lirminilhanm News says: It ap1 armmit of the strikeR which have lart
w ars that the visit of President-elect ed for .sevral month. An agre-ement
Taft to Panama set at rest for at least has now been ratified between em-
a while those multitudinous and large- .Il)e'r and men by which the strike
ly Iroundless reports about the danger will end and the relation between the
of the canal from the Gatun dam. two parties put upon a satisfactory
Most of the rumors that are spread d s s. tUnder the arrangement no
about the canal are originated by peo- small union can create a strike, and
pie who don't know anything about all questions arising will he thorough
the subject, for political puripoes ly and amicably discussed by the rep
only." resentatives of employers and unions
The laltimore Sun says: 'One thing and every possible plan adopted to
is absolutely certain. The solid Sooth prevent a strike or lock-out. The
will never be broken as long as the agreement will probably have far-
Republican' party insults it by such reaching consequences on labor and
appointments as that of Crum. If the capital elsewhere.
Republican Senators wish to promote
Mr. Taft's political missionary work "The captain of the battleship keor-
In the South the wise thing for them gla." says The Baltimore Sun. "is hard-
to do is to refuse to confirm Crum's ly to be blamed for a little nldulgence
appointment and leave Mr. Taft to fill as he hits the last station of an around-
the collectorship a& Charleston." the-world cruise and is practically
The Charwerton News and Courier within sight of the home shore. May-
says: "Only twenty-six days more. be that was considered ina the sentence
thank Heaven! or $24 hours, or 37,440 imposed by the court-martial, which.
minutes, or 2.24C.400 seconds, or about after dinga him guilty of the charge
nine working days of eight hours each. of Intoxication, gave hia a suspension
and there will be an end of the fear- of six months and a loss of ten num-
ful test to which the American peO bers. They might have seat him to
pie have been subjected for more than the State for which his ship was nam-
seven years. That they have stood It. ed to learn abstinence under a probt-
or any considerable part of it. without bition regime."
violent disturbance is the highest trib- --- -
ute that could be paid to the conserva- Ask Ylurself the Quetin.
tive character of our Institutions. And Why not use Chamberln' Lint-
the Star-spangled Banner, oh! long meant when you have rheumatilt? We
may she wave." feel sure that the result will be
The Birmingham Age-Herald says:promptfatory. It ha cured
"Congress lacks the power to estab- others. why not yOU? Try it. it coma
others, why not you? Try it. It costs
llsh standard grades of cotton in all but a trice, 2
the cotton ports of tlh world, but it For e by all drug-
can start the reform and then by ex-
ample and influence this Government
can perhaps induce all others to ac Hon. Prank Adams, who recently
cept Its standard grades of cotton. moved to Jacksonville. has entered
The reform has been started, and If into a new field of work. He has
the work of the experts at Washing- purchased the controlling Interest
ton be satisfactory, the grades estab- and has been elected president of the
lished in the country that produces the Southern Drug Manufacturing Corn-
chief commercial crop of the world pany of Jacksonville.
will no doubt be accepted In all mar-
kets in which American cotton is The Health of Your Hers

han ew York Eved.ning Post says: will be best promoted-best pre-
The New York Evening Pot ayserved- if you are ready to give the
'Whatever the motives prompting proper remedy at the proper time.
congresss to vote $5mO.Ml)0 for the de- The proper remedy for all strains.
%elopment of military flying machines, sprains. or colic is Perry Davli' Pain-
he act may have important conse killer. The proper time to use t i
when the trouble irst shows itself.
luences. The amazing progress of the Be prompt and you'll not only save
past five years in aerial navigation the horse suffering, but you'll spare
promises things that. but the other yourself trouble and expense-maybe
lay, were wild dreams,. and, even now. save a long time waiting. T ought
to have a bottle ready. The new size
seem extravagant when set down in bottle costs 16 cents: one larger, 60
;old type. We cannot think out the cents. Ble vure your druggist gives
isshibilitis of a perfect dirigible war you Perry Daivl'.


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Tampa & Jacksonville Ril


Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfeld and 1 l. *.
cal points South... ................... 10:30
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4
Leave Gainevville for Sampson City, Paat
Lake City, Valdoeta, and all point Noeth 61 p
Returning, arrive ainesville .... ............ *0I p

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Tickets on sale February 28th, March lit, 2nd
and 3rd, final limit to reach original starting point
not later than midnight March 10th.
For further information, rewervations, etc., call &O maamt Tihte
Agent, or write
A. W. FRITOT, livimion Pasmragr Agent, Jaheosvill, Fla.
Passenger TraSc Mn Geneal PM. A ,
Wilino, X. C.
106 mJHOuseensee OOSP ea@em

Air Line Railway
M. Povits W&rlel L 3. L-amWer WiUlim sad L C. o ims. MeOe


SFAVIR iiAI hFl A t)ii 'A LI1MIT'ED ,


THlE BEAI)%l(a I A .M11% ( I, MITED-Holid Pullman VestU-
ltil.- tiailui 4aiii iiiKig ,I ii 'ilii. ii i (Club Car, Obertatiun Car and
' illiii. in iii tliia iii t,. t a 1 .1.I r~vy City and St Augustine; Pull-
iiua% 4 iii ,itiii. i,l t i .. le'r ey ('City aiul Pahnlm each;
1 hi ,i I'i .' I: : I I ,,. i a Jerst y City a1 d
Fl. : 1t .E. 1., i .t alid lili tin l l.'iieave St AtitgustUis
1- 1I.p' ui lacd J.acksonsi+ll.ii I 111 4l i1t v!> t<( 'pt Sunday.
For full Information and sleeping car reservatliOa aII -m
any Agent Seaboard, or *rite 8 C. BOVLSTON, Jr, Assista&t
General Paasnger Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.




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In Which a Resident f Alah
k Awarded a Butifl Howard
Certificates Valed at $3,150.Um
The o & Saffrd iano Co.,

sntatives of


The Cuter to e Ca
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Piano, and 1
Furnished y
Sde Repre-
Howard Co.IOf i,

S. Howard Co. of Miami,
inducted by THE SUN il
fuord. : : :

One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the person
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
numberof votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p.m.
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : : : :

Additional Gifts
In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be used
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To t re I rn e *m i st mt N s. amm I eah for.......$200
To s M i rm m Nt h I.M W for for ...... ... S175
To t" N ,h i 1adOtMWuts, anUM f urei for....... ... $10$M
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anymore
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respected there-
to will be given each of those tieing.

How and Where to Get
The following merchants will give one vote
Cor every cent paid into their establishments for
goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phifer Bree.
Hyde & Tenhe.
Where Vetes Mky e Cast
Ballot boxes will be found In the establish-
meats of the merchants giving votes and at The
Sa offce. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the VoUang Contest Department of The Sun,
OGalaeville. Florida.

Rules and Regulations

1. The contest is open to anyone living ml
Alachua county ho e is known by the couductorl
of the contest or vouched for by maue reputable
person, to them well known.
2. No employee. attached or relative of the pro-
prietors of the above-named firmts are eligible to
participate in this contest, and %ill lartii'late la
no tuanner.
3. In the event of a misunderstanding between
candidates or others luntrebted In this contest.
such controversy way be referred to the coo-
ductors of contest, who alone are the jprsons
qualified to render decz,..&.
4. In the event a candidate decides to with-
draw from the race, such candidate will not be
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of another
candidate in the contet.

LUJ 1hubertueru NCe Smcrber
$1.25-Threm months' subscription ..................... 400 votes 50 vota
$2.50-Si months' abscription ...................... ...1,000 votes 1,200 votW
$6.00--OM y r's bmription .. ................... 3,000 votes 3,500 vote
For a dab of dlve esyar saberiptions (before April 1. 1900). 25,000 votes 30,000 vote
Iw a "ab d tea siz-mestha' sabsripUte (before April 1)... 25,000 votes 30,000 vot*
There is no limit to the number of clubs e~u-h coiit-tn t ti.i -, ur,.
1.0 0-. y s% -be4riptiov............................... ....... 4. .vot.
9w s d A"b ive -- -ar -4.eerii sM- ............. ... .. 4.000 votd
There im no ~i to the number of clulme each conte-t.tat it\ r.
tIlgiHq toV" by iudMa w fritk witWiN the stofs
trlba tig v"tn is desired by the propril

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pr4de That is Sa e ef
M81 a pol k mun Inn
et be t ity. "a ben
SgPelly lutsh-sted
NM by my priaoner
payer and that be,
a this sort of backL
druaeuhn IAeuseie autJ
attention to It until
1ag10 when I bought n
a" te tecae mr)saf a
g ged always rented tee
pave a thought to taxes.
as I moved Into my" on 11
t appreciate the fe'el
Wi e reseated arrest IN-
a conalderable ad
*lpity of the man whu
the ''.vern't1"n'. !'
St reiOsp a lllltity -hit :*
ir sewver understands'
g t hat every man In the
Is become a taxpayer
B g And the mere fact
support the goveru
his share of the ex
Mh a better cItisen.
are rarely taxpay
thy may hare to run
puehaps nerer come back.
bl rea l estate. Imt are
hbt r all their lives.*"-

g Played a Important
at 01e Sapquet.
"IJfe of James Ma.c-
i" the story of a iOn
S dthe eccentric artisl Ip
K assisted lby Mr. Tke
describes the banquet:
calling one early after-
SJIamUy was sany puttilig
SHe asked me If I had
I told him I had 12
Me Mid that was enough
a t l sgter, and be bought
at two and sixpence each
gbNI.I of claret at eighteen-
gM three sticks of sealing
lk Mt colors at twopence
*'w etm bhe sealed the top
with a different colored
SSu told me he expected a
toe dinner and two other
MON we bad taken our sent-
lt be very solemnly told the
tdowa and bring up a Intimle
et thuse with the red sena
OMd hardly siupres n grin
uf- saw It. Thnit. :*.'tr t'l
totem her to, fe.tci :1 1. ; !*' wit ,
l set. and %itl dles, ri t 'i.e :n,
gelllow 0 eal was ilbrouhit. at '
Ps dr nLk i I I'i* 't i:rlry.- ifi 'i
t. [lie u t t' : lif :t:r,. :>,,m :
l e was hir*' ''en <.<:t'i' w

to ta You Please" Race.
MgOW tired fathers and moth-
|ka-twa easter thii race every
i1rlmg a baby? Antd they
kwhat the matt.-r is Chance's
4h WiM Is starting worms are
3 Of its food Most children
)OMrc-yours need t White"s
SVuFtfuge will get. rid of the


Scoff's Emuko
itkdr Mlers IbMg. Thi36had

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K hM the Sume power toda,

ScfPs Emi ls oC. ta f
?b$M tat W i *&M

The Sid4' Nlts THat Me at.
The swifts arrive in the Andaman Is.
lands toward the end of November.
but they take their time nla baldinl
the ests. which are formed from a
gelatinous iseretion from the snllary
alaOds of those beautiful members of
the swallow tribe. If there has been a
wet December, the first crop of nests
Is generally a poor one. being sulled by
the danwp and drippings from the roofs
*,f the cares. Collectors. however. be-
oin In January to go around the Island
to the different cares In an open boat.
The best *laulity resemble pare lain-
glass and are worth their weight In
:Iler. Afterward there are two other
-,ollectlons. The cares In whifh the
i('st nre found are battered about
the Iilainds. Sol e are far Inland. oth-
ers In rxoc's coneenled la mangrove

Pneumonia Follows Lagrippe.
Pneumonia often follows lagrippe
but never follows the use of Foley's
Honey and Tar, for laTrippe cobghs
tnd deep-seated colds. Refuse any but
the genuine In the yellow package.
I W. MtCollum & Co.

Il drk h Great Sevet' Uns Rillkin
h4 t his m n111111
Va:i A!.'l ,: -I 1., -'l thi k so W hy?
n1 dr-,k Jw',i 1m 4L it !t le il(i. i,'a
tl :, i'l his I il--. I l hi.a baiId ever)
=:10 Jet lmIurtintig all dtly .aig.
l\;it A!l.rtl <4 h. hitting ju.' t a I!ttl.
I. *'1," Ilj lln*) hli : t' il., r' .iste bhi. gas
lItI l'is lnlhnli. lHi wife i lS comlu:
u, l. tt tn rrow. i(ld he told her he
h.,~l imeii r,.'-iiir:lng nt hote and read-
li.> ii .:t liwle lshi went away
If she lihik'd at the gas bill and found
It t1, I' ,il, i:'2 cnts. lie would be
.roitieried f0r nn explanation.-Chlcago
Outt la.-t night? Headache and nerv-
.u this morning' Hicks' Capudiuv'
'ust the thing to fit you for business.
('lear's the head braces the nerves.
Try it. At drug stores. *

t0 strengthen the child Price Secure a tenant for that
I pr bottle. Sold by W. M. )li tIhrotgh a classified
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Wnk Uttlshp

were sickly boys years age
M a them mcadd

Queer Delusions That Come With This
Curievw Mental DesOee.
"That curious form of mental dis-
eae known aSn paranoia laIs seldom or
ever caredd" said a noted (Chcagc
"A paranoiac may be able to tran-
act busiates with a tair degree of efl-
clency. but, as a rule. few of tble clams
can be made to satlk to work. as the
nature of the malady prevents concen-
tratlon of mind. One so possesse l s
afflicted with strange delusions espe-
cially with the notion that be Is being
presented. Many an Individual who
Is denominated a crank has paranoia.
In general these unfortunates are mis-
anthrople, bare no social IntercurWe
with their fellows and are brooding
and flnttronopetl-e. Very oflte- their
mania leads them to the noletin that
they have teen leirn to lend mankind
In a rell':ious way. and they proclaim
thenmelhes prophets of God. Quite
,,e.en. too. they are discoverera of
aomeu wonderful invention that will as-
tonlsb the world.
"It was a paranoiac who followed
the great a rom Mary Ander)on from
place to Ip.uLe. declarieg himself her
favored suitor and threatening to kill
any man u h sou ht her company.
These threats were what led to the
locking up of the deum.uted creature.
::nd I Iellvre he finally shot one of tbhe
asylum attend.tuts. ParanoiEsl very
fr neutly develop bowil,' hal temlen-
( it all time."-Rnaltimcre American.

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ingatureow of No

The awake paras reads the wmmt
ads. every day-aad answers sn me l-
most as often.


stook of Portable sgSM b~leW
FARs. UDIV 0OldssaiS!-vW iisMNK
Weed-W -, wNaselmfe ': am kin"
of Saw& I dwini NOS Seslis
We be"s -v ihmintof as*.
bm dous~towwhwe v Wtesut, to
the writ's of our enim It will pay
Yom to ou 4 PRitSM% sand TIMS
before. bu) X
We wc *;evmrei %omtberiliAs'.'mto
tor rA1(JOHAS SKatmou. BeaUesr
SAW IMUleA pwrW willbe hm our
batem-m. WRITI Ff" LLUS-




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BUaiNKSIS CAjllsl *

Ofices at Cramwi vir ab
blsm. Cas Saswer day w O L
Cattle amd doms all rfew" pro

DL 10. W. WALDO,

Many a Gainesville Citisan Pindl the
SIrunl Har.
With a back constantly achlng.
With distressing urinary disorders,.
islly existence is but a struggle.
No need to keep It up.
Doen's Kidney Pills will cure you.
Gaines' Ille people endorse this
Mrs. KElts. Ratherree. 201 W. Me-
Cormick street., Gainesvllle. Va.. says:
"For years I suffered from dragging
pains In my back, often so severely
that I could not move. The secre-
tions from my kidneys were also Ir-
regular In passage and caused me
further annoyance. Any cold I con-
tracted aggravated my trouble and at
such times I was In misery. A friend
finally advised me to try Doan's Kid-
ney Pills and I did so. The lrxt few
do %s gave me relief and when I had
aken the contents of one box. the
palas disappeared and my kidneys be-
came normal. Doan's KidMey Pills
cured me and I am glad to glve them
the credit." f
Por sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Poster-Milbura Co.. Betalo.
New York. sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Daa's--aad
take uo other.

Net a Matter of CMhees.
The Vicar-IM It true. Samuel. that
your father allows gaime of chance to
be plyred In your bome? The Boy-
There nin't uo chatee about It. sr;
they all cheets!-Amdoen Opinion.

Where there is mech pretel,
much hba been borrowed; a re sever

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look at tleui, wietaler you buy or not.
Ilarne. Wagou- ;.I BUUlis (Ur Ia8le.

Davis & Oliver
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It pays tw farmer to plant only the best. It's a
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good."
htr S SM h-oi.. kam a al "S.
We are now booking order for PeaN and other monlse ds. We
will ie glad to end you prices on requwt. -

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ll iA% ti,( n-l rAui l aiil rtiovatatd ou
bIakery, at, ar, i,*> |lrit-|rld to gui e
you exceet 'll-l r, .r1 l"lla e our wa-
g it -t.|l, at )your 1l..,r t etry muoriag.

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Ml and What Is Go-
reenal and
4 m s *of the City.
|mN Ceffes.
Lsa Mr. Jones" tonight.
-M tieat at Rutherford's

I g g ad. in The

i mering pict
*ile Theatre.

Sun. It will

ures tonight

gr eysters, day and night,
t Restaurant
attemtion paid to ladies'
hs!erford's RestauranL
Ne John Thompson Thurs.
VPlday sights at the Electric

Ik. U thristian of Mclntosh
Sthshoppers visiting the

1 *t last day to purchase
IN "T Late Mr. Joues"-To-
I tary him. finally.
C. A Neal of New berry and
MSft Of the same place were
tf -te city yesterday.
Palms Ferns and Shrub-
km a d Prmit Trees in va-
S. Oraves. 'phone 179.
blo-s-asage and pickled pigs'
SlI*-m etbing very nice at
pist. Saunders A Earle.
Chill Toolc is guaranteed to
-l1 Over. colds and lagrippe.
Ck. Sold by W. M. Jotnson.
SMye-rs, accompanied by Miss
II8i, left yesterday for Arcadia.
C! OW will visit for the next few

^* Wtm emly 7 cents package,
SIN fg-O-See Company, and
H freN l and crisp. Saun-
d rW

--ag. Knabe.
ar ad Ives & Pond
SOlgas for sale by
No resat.

Pianos and
W. L. Hill.

k i ays please don't think
the rates given by
the actor and photographer
A19 late Mr. Jones"
Ce Dtkko. member of the firm
Dickon Comlpany of Mc-
IWas oInK the bur-lle'r- %Is-
f cit) ) ye.terda)
46a"t shari. d0ete tlu ork
rd b wthe sork of Cu('ut.
Yard d(-.te-ti .e, in 'The'
JI se II i- iiInpl. we *osl
i *'I i -4', 10 g I ) ti h -ir
INK'0 tor t>I. K,4) I hI 'llI

Dermyg Deoliht Cofee.
See "The Late Mr. Jones" tonight.
The pictures are worth seeing at
the Electric Theatre tonight.
W. M. Thomas. one of the business
men and farmers of Alachua, was a
visitor to the city yesterday.
If your purse permits Indulge in the
best. We offer unexcelled table-board
for $8 per week. The Brown House.
Capt. A. Paul left yesterday for
iampa. where he goes to attend the
session of U. S. court now In session
J. 8. Goode left yesterday for Tam-
.;a. where he goes to look after his
exten6he real estate Interests in that
C. A. Lindsay. postmaster of Bron-
son and a business man of that place.
was meeting his friends in the city
John Thompson in the "Funny Fel-
lows of New York" at the Electric
Theatre. Appears Thursday and Fri-
day nights.
Col F. Y. Smith. wife and child
have returned to their home at Alach-
ua. after having spent the past two
days in this city.
.1 J. Itigham of Archer was a vhiltor
to the city yesterday. He is one of
the truckers of that section and a
large stock raiser.
A novelty in the way of an attrac-
tion will be seen here Friday night
whlien the Lyman Twins appear in
"The Yankee Drummers."
Born. to Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mose-
ley. on Monday night a fine girl. Both
mother and child are doing nicely and
Papa Moseley is all smiles.
Mrs. Boardman of Hague was in
the city yesterday. She and her hus-
band will move to Jacksonville this
week to make that city their future

Of all the mix-ups. "The Late Mr.
Jones" takes the prise-suspected
murder, threatened suicide, asphyxia-
tion and false arrests. in fact. a gen-
eral conglomeration of ludicrous inci-
The magnificent Everett-Grand pl-
ano that was used by the Bible Con-
ference In the Tabernacle is for sale
at a bargain. Apply to A. R. Harper
Piano Co. 106 Main street. Jackson-
ville. Fla.
At Auction-Hoffman. the thorough-
bred German Coach Stallion, will be
sold at auction, to the highest bidder
on Saturday. February 20. 1908. at 11
o'clock. In front of Crawford & Davib'
htableb A rare chance to. get a fine
horms cheap. lokn't forget the date
Jllnd tllll-

Dr. A K Cline. veterinary surgeon.
has ol,,ne'd omces at Crawford &
Itaitis stable.-. and solicit a share of
the public bu.-lii'sx liPe is a graduate
otf the' Ka .--'as V< t r, turr ('Colule') a' llr d
I, her. to practice hi. iprofe.-Ilon
Calla auswrc'i day or i nht lHor,*-
dentiotr.. cattle awl d ,I-' all r .i
lr nI A IiA t<|,,i |

SOersey's Delight Coffee.
T \. Fildling has returned from a
short busine,.a trip to Jacksondillle
SM SI Phifr of Windsor was a vli*
itor to the ci.t este rday on a tr.adlini
I ,'XIditlllHl.
Talk alost fun' lIa you \%.fr
-*iit.o Jo)hn Thomison? Eles t ric Th,-a
tinr tomlorro night.
MIss Kate lalile of Virginia arrived
in tl, city yesterday and ill x'sp'nd
-onme timne, her, as the gu-,.t (of Mr.i
It. F Jordan.
W T Willon of Alachua was in the
<'it0 y'-terda>. having (ti n. down to
Sislt his wife. ~ ho iN ronfined in the
hospital here.
Mrs. F. It. Hester of Evln-.ton was
1"t '('0i" ti hibij. r,- i-itinwi sthe (it)
i -te rday. She a- a<('t i ipaidild h%
lianimy Hlet( r.
The Yankee< Drummers. headed by
the Lyman Twins and a large conm-
i'arny. will be the attraction to appe ar
here Friday night.
Miss Annie Coulter. who is stopping
with her sister, Mrs. F. D. Irwin of
FParbanks. was among the shoppers
visiting the city yesterday.
J. F. Burnett left yerterlay for
Daytona. where he will today be uni-
ted in wedlock to Miss Alma Sullivan.
a former resident of this city.
E. A. Shipman and Fred Haysington
left yesterday for different points in
the State in the interest of the United
States land office as special agents.
Mrs. A. 0. Steenburg and cousin.
Miss Shindell. left yesterday for Lake
Butler. where they will visit the fam-
ily of Dr. Seber Klng for the next sev-
eral days.
Rev. W. G. UIddell of Dalton. Ga.,
desires to announce that he will preach
for Rev. S. G. Thompson at High
Springs Presbyterian church on next
Sunday morning and evening.
Mr. Peter J. Morrison and Miss
Morrison of New York are comfortably
quartered at the Brown House. They
are delighted with Gainesville and will
probably remain here another week.
J. K. Tuten. a merchant of Archer.
and also who owns valuable property
in this city, was here yesterday for
the purpose of paying his taxes and
looking after his Interests generally.
Senator J. B. Jobmaon of Uve Oak
was among the pleasant callers at thie
office yesterday. He Is an old jer
sonal friend of the editor ot The Suan
and we were glad to again meet him.
Another big run on crockery and
glassware. so come along and make
your selections. We have the largest
and best stock ig the city to select
from. and prices are the best. Saun-
ders & j rle.
The Earnest Workers' Society of the
Presbyterian Church will meet at the
residence of Mrs. Oeo. I. Dol this atf-
ternoon at 3:30. A full attendance is
desired, as business of Importance is
to be transacted.



The Gainesville National Bank

CondCMd frm prt t. tme Cmpte r t Mt
Cmoe f mBuine Friday, Fb. th, 1909

loain and i)i.mounts ......... ...
Ov rd ft . . .. .
)ver, ln fts ........................
Building and Fixtures ............
unitedd States Bonds and Prermiumi.
Cooumntvy n,,id? ail Warrants .......
CIa.-*I and Sight Exchange .........




Total .... ..........*.........****i. ,in 52

Capital Stock ........................ $100,000
Surplus and Undivided Profits .......... 17,938
Circulating Notes Outstanding .......... 97,900
Bonds Borrowed ..................... 29,000
Rediscounts .. ...................... 31,480
United States Deposits.. .............. 49,000
Individual and Bank Deposits .......... 338,548


Total ................ ............ NMJlN i
I, C. A. Fairdoth, Cashier of the avhowm amd beak, do
swear that the above statement Is true to the best of ma kbaswl
belief. C. A. FA1Z =oIU, s
.btmeritwle and sworn to be4oe th, th dl, i.
W. H. ANbDiTbO, .Jr.- an, INak.
Cwrft4-AttM: M. H. *W l^MG, W. R.B M A I W. g--DiMnM-M,
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b -~ wgU s m adverdaw
- me s f-r leMs em eats. o a,
Weds maMke a lime; s factlem liUns.
every word over eaeb m i Ming aS
an adiltoral MaM. CASH ta Advw
meat anmmWpay an ed o aIm
taM n tLU.le einm.

WANTICD-Messenger boy. Apply at
Western Union Telegraph aee.

FOR RVNT-lve-rom eottas. LA
ply 200 Liberty trt.
FOR RENT-Purnished rooms. mod-
.. .. ... -AO-l a m*

bs aboseltey so me d wqai
a machtwwi clm maims 00 oWhoms
Is faultles. 0.w aimmImS tO INto I
the ~m b hN tow Gdu
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Sec.. we mWe Inv"hs~
BeMW* DSuIdkIMaW-U We GIp Suq

Dr. Wilbur Lassatter and wife left era convelen e. Apply W1 MK st
yesterday for St Petersburg. where Rminary street
they will spend the aext several days
taking in the sights of that section. 1OR SALL. IFY e
They will also visit the State Prair be-ORA -Typewrtr r bo
fore their return, FOR SALE- Typewriter ribboas, both
copy and record. 75 ents each
Mrs. 8. Y. McParland of South rlor- Sune oe Le.
ida arrived in the city yesterday and A
will visit here for several days. She FOR SALE-Good gentle horOe sad ad OMaI .6
formerly resided here and has a aice rubber-tired bmggy Apply P. 0 TUH M T Y MIIOAL MOW
large number of friends who will be Box No 276. kh" a Slid ly
glad to welcome her
FOK SALE-Very prolilic variety Sea UY VA"THW
Attention it directed to the state- land cotton seed direct from Is-
nnt of the (alnesville National Bank. lauds of South Carolina. James
which a|lipars elsewhere in this Is- ('hesnut. Gainesville. fla., Box. 346.
-11- Tiihib lank h h hown remark- ----____ .. l D R
aibl<- inera.- arid a good and health) WANTTED-MALE HELP.
louponesi.n cile ith organization DR U M M E RS
C'rasford & IauiP. hate a change of MEN WANTED. Call at 10N E. Li.b --= ------ -
.id.-rtii-.neii-iit iin tlia.'~ Sun in which ert. Street We can Interest you A Pretty ~tournu eautifhal (C0tame
th* tell ou (of a car of re-lelbrated and make it to your advantage to (iorMous Metting!
l'irnes-e s~htk whih h hnus ju-t arrin work for u. .\II FUN AND) MUSIC
e1 ilat their blartiw- Thie-y ai' you ---u"i
it,, s.ll wi thIlr u w ntit jo tnis or if It's printed stationer) you want. lRlc(';.--- *.'k 7Je, 01.00. MeetMen
: ti rfie Sun irfflee in the utlare to get it N4tei, Tlourmlay at Miller's.





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

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