Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: February 12, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01575
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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GOAJISVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1909


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me det am be- I n t. oats are
Dermy. CdweU. Wicker and
Pdlp rims to the eapstead boat all
STuid b e tMMe frt to mea
to mmdm
WW adhewr Ml-a-d at Naples be
m he w h d bed her not to
emma a1mfed i te pat dud am
- at -- at ew, as they mlght corn-
o-g. to Ma eS does the ost to
wer w m and remain tere
&AtI Se afteraeos the -mal boat
vM wth a ale er two Of the
wnd party, bu t they were unable
chowId the water ad eahaust
Sthoe rt ef edM g to the epsiff
ed 6t MIMIi sf esrT uy after
a* o beam passed and was
Sea Sot Wl hw v a almost ex-
uMb d sad that he uMmad tot s
bld epL Dedey. with great
8 m- sef eabi g himself atil
_o =_faltrn-m. Capt.pL Dery
Ml pest with a lagl eoar
emB begping l to eah the
Me ef asd e beat as it was re.
011110 6W klm wKII
WmIDO M aud. h mreaseded WIS
doig d "ad eOarly -ee more
Is be a r. camwelL greatly e-
hem, mere ~ up by tm mawl
sau Ms wayto Puma Ro o oth
0 Washore amd restoratives
VW the phyitelas l I aMeudamne
The p eb t Naples are high il4helr
ps1e of te Wbavry of Ray Hackney
a pt.D erm y mmdlly smve
th Me m Of r. Camwell and h
by he sal Mm .e. seime a m .
The U ty of Chartm 0. Wicker waa
reaevered the ea tie the mal bj
pled up sDebry and Caldw*e
was chipped to Port Myers yesterday


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was in the 0 t -
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a Ad ha fewp me&o

wtap teop o the haO
aete of the saw In the
4.ha'v wpemat attest
hreuperity ot Galmeevi~e.

ame tof Iee. (We
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a plow. ad owinag to the carelessMnes
of the magro nl charge he became en-
tanged is the gear, and in his effort.
to extricate himself fell upon the point
of the plow. cutting a gash In bis side
from the effects of which he died in a
short time.
Judge King and family have gone
to Worthington Springs for a fe-r
weeks.
la our frst issue we uninitentional I
ly oullted to acknowledge our ubligma
tLons to Mr Charles H lierg, foreman


LAKELAND SUSPECT


CAUGHT THURSDAY


Traced Frm akm to Western Aca, Wh

k Was Arreted y SW Ramey.


UVES


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NEGRO SAVED F01

WRATH OF M HOB

TAMPA. Fla.. eb.I l.-Charle)
Crumley. the negro arrested on amu-
piloa of being the man who attempt-
ed to eriminally assault Miss Irma
Newell Tuesday. was taken from the
jail at Lakeland yesterday morning
by a mob o o-e thousand me. bIund
to a stake. hogots were heaped about
his body and all pored over the mass.
with the latentis of burnti him.
However. Sheriff John L lan. his
brother. Aloaso Lgans, and Special
Deputy K. MeCullen pleaded. for calm
action. and the negro. declaring he
could prove an alibi. waa spared.
Crumley was marched bae& to Jail
and a number of prominent men have
sworn to prevent any further attempts
upon his life. Many armed men are
In the town. Mis Newel claims that
Crumley looks like the man who at-
tempted the crime, but is not cer-
Two ompases of the Second Regi-
meat, Florida National Guards, have
boee ordered to Lakeland from here
to assist the authorities In protecting
Crumley.
uperlateadent of the Anti-Saloon
League of America.
aesolations were passed Indoraing
the proposal to submit a constitution-
al amemdmeat to the voters of the
ftate for State-we prohibition, and
tab exteoodig thanks to Rev. W. A
Robsoo for the use of the lrst lHap-
Utt church. in which the convention
was held.
Oioers were elected as follows:
Doard of Trustes--W. IL Bartle-
soe. A. D. Steams, W. H. Slmmons.
J. H. McLaarta, Jaeksmvlle: Rev. J.
S. ilbey. C. M. Covinlam, Penseacola;
C. A. Carsom. eismmee; 8. J. H-
bars, W. G. Ti~am, Palatka: J. M.
Rivers. Gaiseaville; Dom C. MoMulleni
Tampa; Rev. J. H. Richardson. Or-
lea4o; J. L Jeaes. Arcadia: A. L.
dlar. W. H. Coleman. W. D. Carn.
Oeala; OeorM P. Patterson. Zan Gal-
lie; red M. ludsao, Miami; J. M.
Pa o. J and George T.
iadqaerter's Committee-A. D.
Stevens, chairman; W. K. Barteson.
J. H. McLaiatn. W. M. Baker. W. A.
Hobeos. W. W. Cummer. C. 0. Paint-
ler. JacksoevUle.
general Headquarter's Committee-
Brooks Lawrence. general superin-
ta _t; C. L. Collins. superintend-
eat] Alabama; J. J. Thompson. assist-
ant mapwrtteadest. Oklahoma.
First Vice-President-A. D. Stevens.
Second Vice-Preident-J. 8. illbey.
Third View-President-A. L. llar.
fSecretary-J. H. Richardson.
Treasurer-J. H. McLaurin.
The election of a president was de-
ferred by the board of trustees until
some later date
Ktalbeld All to the Good.
lIouls Kalbfeld arrived in the rit)
\Veditesday night to be here for the
i|r.lentation of the Lyman Twins.
which will make their ajiwarance at
the liaird theatre tuzilKht if, *eer ahead of tiUie to a.,Il.-t the ()4'tlh
Aerie to Initiate th, Hiiiniii,. ilin Aeri. ,
ilto t1'n iii, t hri| s i)f tI.. O r.., i of
iac I,*. iund tb iig :1u "t er g.tniz.-r
as rj'id and ac-urate Ia hi. work
Taft Pleased With Program.
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1 k, h i 1 1 i r 1 lm i t : ,.


WASHINGTON. D. C. Feb. 11.-, no applause whn lry'an and Kero
With t-imiple but impressive cer .-* .- axain mnntioued as hahlug re-
moi.ievs the tr.L.r1ti:;, of t'" e!t'r(t -r.l c'.i.ed tl.e vote of Arkansas.
vote for President and Vice-President The Republicans broke into ap.
oeourred yesterday at a Joint session clause when Mr. Rucker. himself a
of the Senate and House of Repre- Democrat from Missouri. announced
sentatives, held in the chamber of the that Missouri had cast her is votes
lower body. for Taft and Sherman.
William .H Tnft of Ohio and James Nebraska's Vote Mixed.
8. Sherman of New York were official- The whole body laughed aoud
ly declared to be the choice of th when Senator turrows misread the
people. The count conamed exactly vote of Nebraska and put that State
forty Minutes n the Republican column.
At the very outset Vice-President The tellers reported that William
FParbanks. who presided. was called II. Taft and James 8. Sherman lad
upon to admonish the Senators and received 321 votes and that Willlam
members that applause would not be J. Bryan and John W. Kern had r
permitted. This admonition followed ceved 162 votes Only 24: 2otes were
Democratic manifestations over the necessary to elect
name of William J. Bryan in connec- The Vice-President announced that
tion with the vote of Alabama, the Messrs. Taft and Sherman had
frst State called. The Taft adherents. received more than the requisite 3a-
aevertheless, disregarded the admool- Jority and that "this announcement of
tlon and liberally applauded the flrt 'the state of the vote by the President
mention of his name when the Call- I of the Senate shall be deemed a me&
formia vote was announced client declaration of the persons elel-
Stepped Cheers fer "ryan. ed President and Vice-President of
The Vice-President-elect in his ca- the United State,. each for the term
pacity as a representative from New beginning March 4. 190. and shall be
York occupied his accustomed place entered together with a list of the
on the floor and took great Interest votes on the Journals of the Senate
in the proceedings. The entire Joint and IHouse of R4preentati'"
body stood until Vice-President Fair- The Viet Pre.ldent then declared
banks brought his gavel down Sen- the butlness conmll'*ed. Senatot5
atorn nl-irrowr of .M!cigan and alley then shook hands with 'tr Shermaa.
of Texas and Representatilves Gaines i Mr louden laghr N'~- .IeE der
of We-t Virginia and Rucker of Mlis ing a re.e.:s that ;. (taknii in the
sourl acted as tellers. VWhep SSenator lloiio ;prolpo ed thr-r, c'; r% for the
llurrou l auiinounced that Alabama bad \'lVe-l'r.ide nt el-< t li, h t ** 1tiv
cast her full vote of 11 f Bryan .itd .lohn W K. rn ppilaa: *'r' l-. altk
broke. i.t n i the- I -nork' an ide 4i, .d S 4 ;.'. 1l Iili.l *ii*
litatlla.ly Vh'e-PrF-lddenlt F'air ainik- J.olly Good F .-low ;i.l th il- re.fraln
admoli-hed the- House. and the-re%. .t was taken up all over ith< Hiou5e


New Orleans Ready to


Welcome President-Elect


Of w&Walervous otThe Sun office-,for his silrilies iilde eul hi'Nut.t.aeI- :- _1 vea-t 1 ,.4,,.C'.iid
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I & w Ow sb ee thanks I(Ur Berg is still Ifl ew eight tm ilia wbilo,& Neti (Or ei d el l jL. Y ilii. me. r.- ti 1*il,-pIjrt,,, tlth l-'r mat. lc earIi ,,r II. 'Ii ,%ill be
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Jack Wade. the maero who la sup-
posed to have committed the attempt-
ed rape on the young white 4rl, Miss
Irma Newell of Lakeland. is now in
charge of Sheriff Ramsey and Deputy
Sheriff Scott. having been arrea ,d
yesterday In the wevtenu part of the
count).
Sheriff Ramsey received a wire
early yesterday morning to proceed
to Newberry and meet the deputy.
who was hot in pursuit of Wade and
whom it is almost certain is the Iarty
that committed the crime.
Wade was ralred in the western
part of Alachua county, but has been


working in that place for the t
several months for Mr. NeweUl aWd M
he suddenly disappeared empld l
was soon directed to him P.rthu.
more, the description given by the
girl very much tallies with that e
Wade.
Sheriff Ramaey. Deputy Scott a
the negro were executed to an
through here last uilght en route to
Lak, land, as the following mesas.
addressed to the awheriff at Lakelad
explains:
**Jack Wade now in custody. Sheriff
Ramtsey with me. and will be the
on the first train 'I ."


Cheers for Col. Bryan


Caused the Gavel to Fall


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am, &M 0e ba do&a myrfew at-
ftedin oveb"esan& ML but Is
IS& "wtshitam am will he
98MIN ea p b a P11111101 APa-
Inds 1114Week Ib son""Played
toa bentwEAtift MUwe*as
___ bem pinat at TU bRawThea-
The Whos for $mightawe 26c. aft.
IU M MM. sMda hIIP. audience is

"UNS LATS IL MR.JNE
Law Playa sealeofg bspew" e
I Obe~dn
Mer usse O MOM ~t heaecrditid
ID MrMRMA iam a is the.
The Mino um audisaf e""-
48bi MA-' he~beInto email-
~p~uq~~a -mi- --of .Oat rM
h0--- ,orld a ampowes


was esep ad turalL Mr. C. H.
ceIs, a eN ftee e the tmeO l boards,
m4ae a distet hit as "Mr. Merry."
Mr. J. P. Smith. as an old-time actr
adl phegraper. played the part to
the Me-hie, maheUp was perfeet
I Stevens, as "Orayls's" elerk.
looked and ted like the oldM toper he
was supposed to be P. T. McCormick.
after a retirement of 17 years. emEerg
ed toshow his friends that he an ptilll
able to trod the boards. as a detective
e was there with the goods. Joe Do-I
pree. as the efoee boy. was natural
and his elever work surprised his
frkeda4. Gibbs Chesnut, as the butler.
made quite a bit. In fact the two
youngster were 'all to the good." Of
enare, Mis Ida surkhim, as "Mrs.
Grayast." was e-ay. natural and eharm-
t. but we always look fr that when
she appears en the tage. Mrs. Deby
as "Mrs. Hawbe" was superb; whee it


the p am--ias U1 li Woebter.
As "Mrs. Merry" she was dmply
spleM. She not only hetoed but
acted the part to theo Uli. This was
bher rst appearascm the loeal stage
sad we fel assured Mr. Hudgis will
appreciate the tateat she has sad give
a as opportunalty to ae this clever
little lady frequently behind the foot
lights.
The management is under obil-
gatioes to Mis Alice Thomas for her
assistance at the piano.

Elsatrie Theatre.
Totlght at the Electric Theatre
Joha Thompsoo will again give
another of his laughable entertasn-
ments which will be equally as good
as the ome that pleased the hrge
&adisoe last maght.
The performance last night was one
that kept those present nl a coatia-


eae tohamrater pirts he hab few oms jolly good humor and Mr. Thomp
eq oanM the amatfer Waae and no soa repreeuntatlom of the different
Mprluras nationalities, rendition of popular
We now come to the last name on I teaes on varits lstruments, with


topal songs. cold
by as entre theatrical u .
There Is only M Joaim .
nd be m ~et be eard
thorweably appreciated.
*" 'H01epn' in Now yerL.
Hoollgan. made famous by
comic newspalwrs. haa be"e t
red to the stage and will be glve M
reprosentatlon at The ..ew a
Theatre Monday night. Feb. 15th.I
is a onmedy-drama and has hbe o4
tallied by Sam Morris in a highly W
isfactory manner; in fact is a e
e4 that Mr. Morris' stag E verja
"Hooliga" and his adveuturem is a
of the most able, laughable sad w r.
estlB plays seen I many a day, a
me that would score anywhere e
if the bero of the cartoons we res
the central flure.
A splendid company of eoedtoas.
shagers and specialties are v
"Hooligan" and the entire Pressw h


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S v C NIT WORK.
i -
aaip^ae The r Frtiage Are
Pedalag P1ew uBewy U*aBt to
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YTesterayas .eau to the pismo ca
at againa ased Mho Dorian lls la
the lad. This ahe amplised by
e-eal asmher club of new asq


sati to The P~w& -.L
,.Peawlms, the atalam
MNB Dortw a 11is. city .......
MtW aastie Dnfree, city .
Utfa I hlrtae D ale, city .....
Mim Plorrie tr$kland.......
MIss M. a. city ......
Mim Mary MCDrmlck. city..
HMa nalfes nnkMa. cCity..
Mis Alma Poeael. city ...
SIn Jula Carter, ctty......
hae A. Grof. Newberry.....
Mia Mlane wSahes etty.....
Miss Jasle Evam.s eity.......
lo 4. trftaad. Wald..
AAlem Beaile .......
Mi pma Hudao. city.....c
Miss v Sta. Waldo.....
Mrs. 1 Ware. High Springs..
Miss IJasse Sheppard. Bell .
Miss Ookld Lambert. city
Miss K. Carlteo. Micanopy
Miss Mary Thigpla. city
Mass M Pernandes, city
Mrs. A W. Sargent
Miss L 8aaders. Hawthorn
M5ie Ruby Albrigbt ..


1oley a lioney and Tar crlars
passages. stops the irritation
thrat. sootthes the i ltimed
brakes. and the nuoit ioblr lintt
di4apaiars m ore and isliailin-
re healed and streuathbtued.
eod Is expelled fruu Lthe > 1t,.
fu"t amy but the genuilir.- t i
low paMage J. W. MoC.laumu


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183,136
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THE Mi TWINS
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THE MKt Y-V ICAL SHOW

"THE YANKEE--


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AL GoUNAMND MUSIC!
ALL FUN AND MUSIC!


PRICE(-'25, &0c, 7.e. $1.00.
sale at Miller's.


NEWU TN.AflELI


ONE NI(HT ONLY
MONDAY

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CAPT. GOXI AND PARTY L.AVG
FOR MICANOPY.

Will Form Part of State Geeoegical
Survey While Abent en
the Prosnt Trip.

Capt. N. H. Coxo and part)'. con
aisting of eighteen of the University
of florida students, left Thureday af-
ternoon for Miesaopy and section.
where they go to complete the dire
line from this city to Ocal of the
hard road connmmectag the two places.
There is still a small strip of this
new route that bhas not been surveyed.
and while the boys are in this sec-
tion they ill perform this work.
which aill better enable (hem in
mastering their trioll enilugia.ring du-
While abblint the ill cul ii)i. a
part of the State Geological Surtiy
and It Aill be their duty to look aft.r
much of the work lu the iite"re'-t of
the State The.) Aill be- refii:oild to
ipreiuare' ilajll and a twurv d:ati 'n
road material ahlonicg ii,. a:. t".. )
will trua,.l for t'V- ni.i two ii dd1.
The) **pect I(i wintl upI their dii
tie In thlu "v- t i :, S.ait urd N .'t,.r


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IN Agaaaa4t. tut ujjd.-r Ill,- .A1114- auer
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F DAILY SUN: (AINESVILLE, FIA)BIDA, FEBRUARY 12, 1909


B]BEXLEY BAIL


ARGUED BEFORE HIM
a LAST MONTH.


_ Up U der Writ Seurod
Attorney. Who
Sail for Soys.


Wggs of this circuit has
gi decision denying Trbs
SVW. A. Bexley ball in the
them charged with the
4 V. H. Moreland.
eI efforts of the attorneys
[ y Uni men the judge was
SB old a special session.
la the case and render
sl to whether it was a
IgIM. Every effort possible
tgf by the defendants' at-
aer their release on ball.
a bve decision It will be
Wge is so possible chance
|H the young men out until
trial, which will come up
1s-1 term of court to convene


-irTn AND

a CHI CONDENSED

e NIns left yesterday for a
maedie visit to Fort White.
he will be absent for a few

S& F8 eh, after a short visit to
Wi l this city, left yesterday
| boas to look after some busi-

4& MahMajy. deputy sheriff of
Sad editor and proprietor of
Mws, was transacting busines-s
& 4ity yesterday
II Mary Manning of %Micanoi>..
a gAc-ts a successful business at
Sg1i was among the visitors to
Ms yesterday.
S.F. Love and wife of Trenton re
M to their home yesterday .Mr
as been confined in the hos
ame for the past month. having
a surgical olwration.

Dr. Hundley Here.
| 3r. W. T. Hundley of itatesburg. S
Sli rived In the city yesterday and
Sspmd the next two weeks renew-
** iM smaay acquaintances,. who are
MW to meet him. Dr Ilundley
'l IWr a number of years pastor of
i aptUst church in this city. and
11i thrONgh his untiring efforts that
leseant handsome edifice' was
W111d. He has kindly consented to
I pulpit there on next Sunday.
I"- he will be greeted with a large


Prescribed by Doctors.
lWta E. Pinkham's 'Veg table. t'it
iUaK a bhonest, tried and true' rei.e-,-
Wr fteiainle ills. holds the' record
bth largest nutuber of actual (ur,., '
1a ss similar reied). and ii irre.<'rih
i *ad rcJUinnuit.ied by hundred-, of
1W l *ided doctors sho do i1ii fe'a;t
i800uasend a worthy Ilnedliic e'\n-I
6Sth it is adse-rtised


FEEBLE CLO LADY
t"IWMzth Nmtored BY
Vinol
Mrs. Micharl Ploom of owistowu,
Pa.. who Is b0)ears of ag,'. says: "For
a long time I have been so feeble that
I have had to be wheeled around la
an invalid's chair. I hbd no strength
and took cold at the slightest provoca-
tion, which Invariably settled on my
lungs. and a cough would result. My
son learned of the cod liver prep-
aration called Vinol. and procured a
bottle for me. It built up my strength
rapidly, and after taking three bottles
I am able to do most of my work. and
I can walk a quarter of a mile easily.
wvery aced or weak person who re-
quires strength should try Vinol. I am
delighted with what It has done for

As a body builder sad strength res-
tor for old people, delicate children.
weak, run-down persons, and after
slekness, Viaol Is umexeelled. If It
tfals to give eataftatm we will re-
tara yor Sme.
W. M. JOHNSON, Druggist
MGaineville.
gagggggu,


CAUGT BY WYNNE

DEPUTY OF NEWBERRY PICKS UP
ANOTHER MAN WANTED.

Negro Confesses His Guilt Freely to
Officer Who Arrested Him
on Charge of Murder.

Deputy Wynne of Newberry has
made another valuable catch by ar-
resting a negro who is wanted by
the authorities of Levy county on the
charge of murder.
George Johnson and Smith Cole-
man became Involved in a difficulty
at Port Inglis on January 29th. when
JoLnsoni ucceedcd in shooting ibl
man and killing him. afterwards
fleeing from the scene. He had not
been apprehended until Deputy Wynne
made the arret Tuesday.
Jo.hn-.on freely confessed his guilt
to the deputy, but claims that he was
justified in the killing, as will be prov-
en w hen the proper time comes at the
next term of circuit court in Levy
countI)
The authorities of Levy county have
been notified, and in the meantime
the negro sill be held pending their
arrival.

Hexamethylenetetram ine.
The above is the name of a German
chemical, which is one of the many
valuable ingredients of Foley's Kidney
Remedy. Hexamethylenetetramine Is
recognized by the medical text books
and authorities as a uric acid solvent
and antiseptic for the urine. Take
Foley's Kidney Renedy as soon as
you notice any irregularities, and
avoid a serious malady. J. W. McCol
lum & Co.

'Notice of Adoption of School Books.
Notict i.. hetr, y gilen that on the
;th day of April. It.';i. the Ikoard of
l'uIlle lin-truction of Alachua county
%ill :adopt a unif.rni i 'y te.in of -1hool l
otxik-. to he u 'd ill the peubhsli a school m


e it ~ ~ f,fut (i~tIl~it filor Ie't'iw -u ew atg11 fit '.'
SBeft Of Public Library. ca e'r' All laats-re-to di lprtie'! are'
9~this 11ortli) c-au.i-. a 11u.- I( A l j lj I e Ill 'ft( to 1)" 114- lit ;~* it rI! .ald 111i.et
M meta will be i'e eli at the hozait' 1119g
W.M and Mrs W %I pl'l.- l':.t 11% eu-ler otf tl'bis t '' uft lfils PO-.-
"a Otrfet, noteeth.,i Ieit~ riiar'e 'ai 'I P'10 R it WEKS
Sth 60 151h int-1 fnit.tr i % teo lit it 1414-k ('l111 11 It I' I AIatehua ('eiUlt)
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ANGORA GOATS WILL

BE PUT TO NEW

TO CONSTRUCT FIRE LINE


NATIONAL FORESTS.

Work of the Little Animals May Final-
ly Solve Troublesome Problem
to the United State.

Three thousand angora goats herded
out on the brush-covered foothills of
California are going to do some bard
work for Uncle Sam during the coming
years. beginning this spring. The ex-
periment will be unique, both as a
stock-raising proposition and as an en-
gineering and tree cutlure problem.
The little white animals whose long
wool is of such great value are going
to be put to no less a task than con-
structing mile after mile of Are line
through the busby chaparral growth in
the national forests, saving much la-
bor by the unitedd States Forest Berv-
lee engineers and making way for
forestation by merchantable trees.
Not the least important feature of the
experiment, which for the first two
years will be confined to the Lassen
forest, is the fact that the task will
be performed during the regular gras-
nlg by the goats. which will not even
realize they are doing a valuable work.
Plans for carrying on the work are
outlined in a cooperative agreement
dawn up by the Forest Service and
the owner of a band of angora goats
grazing on the Lassen National Por-
est of California. The scheme is to
run Are lines parallel with the con-
tour of the slopes by cutting trails
about eighty rods apart. These trails
are to serve as guides for the angoras.
They will graze in each direction from
the trail, killing. It Is estimated, a
strip of brush about 300 yards wide.
The wide lanes cut out and grazed by
the goats will serve as ideal fire lines
in irotesting the forest-covered lands
beyond and around the chaparral
areas, and also make a place for repro-
duction of merchantable trees.
For the past two years the Gove'rn-
ment has been carrying on permanent
impirolemennts in the national forest.
on an extensive scale, and the con-
struction of fire lanes and trials has
been one of the mot Imlportant features
of the work. The task of clearing
the ground and providing land for
good forest trees is. however, perhaps
the most important bene expected to
come out of the experhaent.
The proposed work of the angora
goats may finally solve the chaparral
problem which has been troublesome
in the State of California for many
years. The bushy chaparral growth
chokes out seedlings of valuable com-
mercial trees which may get a start
and when dry is one of the worst kinds
of fire risks. Often a small blase
which starts in it gains such headway
in a few minutes as to travel hundreds
oft ardr. and lick into valuable stands
of merchantable timbnher.
The protection to be afforded by
the goat built fire lanes, therefore.
may at last bring relief to the State.
which in the past has had itt full
*hare of timber loss through de.struct-
.e fires At the same ftine a large
illii itt to inake rooIl for the growth of
;< eroten .*a,'ics'eeful at the end of two
,.ars the work Ili b1w carri-d to na
le-ial ftr.st in other .e.tiall s where
lhalairral ha cheIokied out gstl forest
re-es said created a (dlngerous fire


Worn Out.
That's the say you feel about the
ungiK whein you have a backing cough
t foolltilhess to let It go ou and
rust to luck to get over it. when 1al-
ardb lore hound Syrup will stop the
*otgh anid hteal the lungs. Price 2.5,


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8 Fiblm AMUSEMENTS W
b kfareov saad Mds s
11LS weWEeEU kYf coImmptiuon. '40..us.d sP r ee) W E. T *U
ft It's easy for Scott's ., w w PI P M- .ar" w""a"
Ri.nMhAOI -O e a cold m i declare *" m a To become identified with this bank Y
to wn an Or a Mi it does it cotere of meahen an emphate bit. Your nnt"
teurday. this bank's officer give to its customer. Y
bw m i s u pn0r matters require the -. m attention u i
go"0mbe "_a"a news will be managed mmf.v ir Ib n

I have been se-used of many thins,.
t wait until this tly. perhaps. but I have
w Jusy "" THE DUTTON BANK
p gratitd t or of wilfally hurting or T D O BAR
f t-ll to n y MT I Mdeepl grate- W. R. THOMAS, PrMidedt. R. D. TURNIR, ll .
omit s aenIn the prodeubom IpCdharley s
EuAr sd-Tb. Loate Mr. Jamos." and A Kim Hearted Walter.
ili Mtimi If l duacrg the wory sad bother of the A surprisinag experience was that of
wek seft sey hr the o MM preg. a lady wha o seived a bit of advice on
40*ofMe .. slow wheb weao have msitatlm t them, I have lI my Way wa" etquette. She Is edkktly fmee P ad. f
416 111a 41Ct e. ai k lrgiven i'sse. I also wish I kaew that I an ot a 0 erems T t
a on"ma a"evero who" at- messive appearance. I a sas1ki =d
A Si @ @mS S ts ft, Ame. tmed. or their iemlent crtticim I 0 toe short sad stout and to d iaeM wt.ndis. m aed
g Se nd t T g. sad ke i support. I platly. Sa, I had hoped that I hab Work
1111111 040111PM 10 10. 60t64 a 1 "S trTw sgrateftily. an air et aC ua atate with polite *m*
Id o TRW HU DGINS. lety. 3t aw I shall be *m n sed L. alm A &Bel
betom d a *be oet- them er Ismy Menatthempe tswme-Bill.
a sw. putea pange te & a MsI m n po strangers.
amNHM OM ha d^r s hg tr l At my lAet nal at the btel. where
mi an- di I m i whtia wil dWo w ilS get into m c fblen--t It I passed lat summer ItI was please" M
6 mi, n isee o Pl ~1 a t eet M sum a m mns a bar or cut or ald. Apply with the tee ot my waiter. It was
_i__sngtar em9o In r. EMB. cSMMastersd lb- faoardg 3ewv -Iemmt just asoom radiant with kindlitness and good sa-
se d m l tm the Ne d wthe m met happens, and the plM tar e. I beg an my dinner wfth soup
*a BOe l beST il & andlwibl ha W tiel ~e whie O tWhe woMad wlf mea G. As the waiterset Lhem I mm I


1Am lMe mel lotm AaIie requ st wheal q I ttk M do, As unewe trutof me be anced at the persons o
edB l I* ot w M patbe 8ltnomrMate ralhr tskrly s o 01adtleoand A sall eo f fashionable appearance who wer Meno



BW & a o n .fa e ebeto taken A i loft sJournalist has the espy og "Eat yErLE oup ntrsH
p?-pSe e ft mter up wi" h the pIOper parties. the Dble whmh Napoleo seup duringwh
AEf 10 k 1i t, blseU thplrusejo urn an thae s le =1am't there something Which only a
1 41 U1Wl. It is a Copy ot a cheap popular weat ad. an do hr you toeam?
a motortH *ou W MastutSd with rog h wood 01HU0T im
Sw CA IA u te wh he witl alN. uand the i- UNApINg DISLLaD.
i perwmCrown stapep" owe Its hack.
boauBab m A msumber of tests t are underlanued, and mend W e on0 am s. Absuwe l eove the o a se % D

SI I n proems rche kid the Griptue Tfr"paw tbeooe beues r mtoo ai
Htft=M l M sem appropriate te his maltrtat* ae oceet trsse have become thia and no l
i as a so sad his hopes. "I will smite the bshep- faded. Many me nelae to proftalty ve north to AIb
or 3 Id ia tf do herd, ad the sheep shall be scattered, because the b* ite throu th the thisI and Wot lgof
111 1Is perhaps the most igula.t St them thatchpe. their er a tu It will e g ood Odar y, ad e alell lUmb
Sm e a t. 1 0Maews oto the msb O o, tf both sdes. to is
Tr PE el ti a tte was d-overed a the at n lear- that Newbrp's erpide ass bees
Sary t the MadamM- del Mt iedn tu the lpon o mma et.This Is the new OWNS, PHOSHATS
MINRtmipogermicdqeta"d antiepti that sate
K"b ^m destrey igt he geror- it mir bem W I L r, AW-MILIrf and I
1ee ra Sabs o@ vermilW H ie G CAPUDINE Curm Si k Heed to the nadertyla cause of an hair l Ge- ImK .
F r to JWa&. s mom the -wr strectios. Herpicde is a new repara-. Memo" and Ama
49 m aM ->i. S lwe nsw br as It "dy.Metes. =, made after a mnew Gamulson an ElrOnePricie.
ft o" eslela mT al as Isped M was a Jwombf Ald e Ne i Headaeil Trvel&ers CtD mew e. eriAnyone waao has-
SO N" M.1111109of.11 im =1 00a fad rm s Headache ma ace from Grip, Shb Atied It wilo l to ilts wet. Try
jseg n p.a" 9d e peermemeKan jemed ask Troubles or e nale troubles. Isatnar dreuwts lend 01k. in stamps Fbyid
m III gawk be $1111it1thlr af w a nagma ae th cano Trye w .ar-It's liqudeid-ects ae ei r emple *to The aIl rpie Co.. Deo t
0 0 mei emal aspiraen f t Is bus" mea ntelaly. ol4 by dr uag st s. It a 'mo
__ grwiibeeVateIsad 04 "lmet. Tw-M easts ad SA.
fO49yi am the s histrki e-sar s A Nummer. bod Lord & o.. Speecial Agema _to.s._
bth y ha&et Wbees at Veem4ls Par Merlag j. morning!" saM paterfa -
1111-is had hem captued Wy K16 msias really as be entered the break-
eo Mdume. Wuim se Pumema, mad it was hem ht ftst room,. "'re had a splendid ialbt
114111 11has 6toU. 8 ea UMO M tim ax place to pretlam Slept like a top,"
9 90& MIN& S aW NO_ 2M GeIrm8 empWee. Nw His wife agreed with hbm. -You VI N IL N U U4












of 'd~ilg Iir aatrila, Hi* gerermment and rpromptiv prcee irregular of Iassase. I .scha


- 9I U e them up sad give r. to assassinuate their Art aud only pre DANGER tSIGNNAL NO L eon^ w e s .f PWI f
. b & ha Sim- tes Ident. Then they met together, elect from the back ack palns. dull and S l -SU *ti l s i-r id .
y g W aElhdo people suge, r ed a khag and settled themselves dowi heavy. or sharp and acute. tell you of We an, now i|hkig orhi. for Iria' azwl .t, r i .-. is.ali re We *
wsoL' ....y 1 ey Wtowb ead to ruled by him In a quite orderly sick kidneys and warn you of the ai- will n-, istl to () .ne3d o,, prie,. )it r iAest.
'fh i W H -=4 eo t tenised aslhion.- Ban Frandls.o proach of dropsy. diabetes and
\V. M AO. will -aratc o- Urghtsdisease. Iaillsa h lrm KAUi I i1
M r omy hac. H tuy cold. that UA$ Ot cure ick kidneys and cure hei W. NI I SEEDI C P Chb
ia Ni ti 1 W aI B empto lAt. may develop Into pueumomea over i'ermanently. Here Is proof in the', ------- 0
SL1 t emam My orht ma quickly c d by er, statesment of a nearby resident WINNW
Sng a re i e qucly cuI y lhror Mrs. Klizabl.th Moore. Madlirn ave ., r
4 s1s11111 it h ut reief' tHomesy sad aTar, sad it soothes in am- Srke-la.h a-: Fdsome T i t N W11 N r 1 (1 II A l
/ i 1 ever tW d or Od membraes, heals the luags. and;nue. Stark. Fla. says: For some i II l
hWa e f. I have had thi expels the cold from the system. J time I su ffr".d from dull. La1inig
1Wr JMS, ma Ge-rO e a d sed W. McCollum & CA C backacbei anud distrebainhg lialis GU aineSVle5
S Nielesl. but Hyomel is far through my lotis, I could not re.ti BUs r ai ll e
"WM 1 f o the ethers, and has A Man ef Letters. well and aro in the mtornini fcli' N T E ic
my ha it Wme --Mrs. M s "Did >o.ur friiid ui:iake a 1.11 .it t' tired and oru out My kidnia .e cr P. A N 0 C 0 N TIE
M---- 0-- Wab. Mte. Aug. 7. literary club': iluggish anmd t he si.ccretilons or)> un -
-MS. gu le.t.I w did lie r. iir, uli, l( I. natural I (t lay.iKth I .-..-.-- Miserablre' In a l,raiiil uti' ` \ ,, Khilm v l ll-lth an Id gat g .a*e nit. th
them alluded to It am VI# t,,r lltri. rt, di.t re. d relief ,roniiij I 1 I hatl 1 it*.
l^H t ^r H-r/ l^ **lterphtq" Wasthilatonu herald weel ft.i Lo, lb.ka.'l, as" in.i..
4d If l, o*ih g1 roui liel 1 h ,nl iti llII II k,1ll .l 1 .
toley's Orino laxative cur.e. consl. i .i.rla l I il i f.4 Ii. th1 tI*. I ,li I i. Fur F
alitim and iter trouble land nlake 1 ai.d its. Illhn. Kidlu) iill- l
tae bolvls healthy and regular. Oril ,l.i
YGVW W i s superior to illls aid tablets as. ,, all d.-atr- i',,. ,
-0-18 d e does not rc e or cauzeate Wb)> tal .tt. .e. all M-lbur. c. raf.B.I w
anything el', J W .. Mc( uiklu, t No. u k, bul .lla [1 0e., I Thtia cil .,i, i..i to i i. .- .a,, t 4. ,1,f .
yIf you be. fuund anytb.Ig sl- e a rliI ..... r tht. "Ilu Imi tkt.i **I
W M iCOLLUM & CO'SY. is advvrti td tu tLe Wilt columI L t.ake ii othtr m _S__


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THE DAILY 8UN: GAINEVILLE, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 12, 1909


gaiet a. ~Geo o eU I .K.
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d a Velma efeot up~
Ag a a mwe at4wast iIs

bin batio msf un.ee thamhea
sIwbag s m ade keuw -
ever~, Weeder sad

Salst the pa of thea






ots e avm d e migr ated



Ad Jmtat a- mittisr dp
o fife r ladmles atre om-
e for the promnpts es
e ts have migrated co
thea to Tampa.













a a re ladn ate. ae cor-
tors for the promwing that hess
the respond to the poore


hoped that the late a cold
a deterrenit elect upon
p eets e and that they will




Steg aout.e your tat
York lad who spent his



S a a month at least hasgoing

ttof knowing that hedrop-

Wrnegrte to membership poor n







meuI saim that the pianama cn-
suma for bustiess in 1915.t











Sthe oft stfice. The dear going

I t that a drummer drop-"
I O Georgia while isall have to
Sof Me report to memveltillbership e

S~1te alghtly quveernry over the An-
S at The San oialyce. The dearic
where they are at"






P o Atlanta Condtitution.


*- I Cesrado Legislature will he
SfIMto pas a bill requiring **ach
'6 ilparately to provide a guaran-
le Itsl own deposits. This solves


CURRENT COMMENT.

The Montgomery Advertiser says:
"The appropriation of twelve thousand
dollars to purchase and maintain
autos for the President shows bow
we are advancing. lty the time anoth-
er President succeeds Taft we sup-
pose lying machines will be provided
for him."
The Washington Post say": 'Some
day, perhaps. %hen civilization is old
er. and we are not so much like chil
dren whose eyes are dazzled with the
tinsel and glitter of performing clowns
In a circus ring. we shall be able to
look with equanimity upon the doings
of our glided rich. We shall let our
kings of finance and our queens of
social swelldom frivol and frolic as
they like. and not so much as the
notice of a batting eye will we give
them. But until we get used to them
and their whims we shall still gape
with awe at their monkey dinners.
marvel much at all their antics, and
wonder If these glorkas beings 'garb-
ed In light' can be human like our-
selves."
The Looisville Courier-Journal says:
"The State of Nevada, with about a
third of a man to one square mile,
was admitted to the Union Ia order
that two mew Republican Senators
might appear at Washington. The
transaction was a job pure and simple.
and. like the pleasant vices of the
poet, It has come back to vex its
perpetrator. That this State. which
has been aptly described as the one
mistake made by the nation In the or-
ganisation of States In the Far West.
should have the power and the will to
embroil the United States with a
friendly power; that It should. gratul-
tously and quite uselessly, attempt to
legislate away the treaty rights of the
subjects of a foreign nation. Is not
only an anomaly, but an absurdity
most flagrant"
The Houston Post says: "The ne-
gro's future in the United States is
going to be determined by his ef-
ficiency. industry and thrift. If the
prophecies of those who predict his
expulsion or extermination are ever
fulfilled it will be because he failed
to become an upright. useful. honest.
self-reliant, efficient factor of our pop-
ulation. It would be the lasting shame
of the South if history should ever
say Justly of us that we withheld the
opportunity for him to save himself.
The world must say of us that In the
midst of difficulty we discharged the
moral obligation resting upon us In
good faith and courageously. The sal-
vat ion of the negro Is a matter for the
negro himself to determine after we
have performed our full duty. and we
must perform the duty and let the re-
sults take care of themselves."

The scenes attending recent execu-
tions by the guillotine, in Prance, have
been a painful reminder of the Reign
of Terror in that country. The aing-
lig of ribald *ongs gleeful dances and
-houtin< ,nd other acts indicate that
the- old 'As lm*n are stil' ditln The
recent ,-\.tlii-nceH will probatly t''-
ie mine ti'" F'rench government to
order that in future all executions ~e
privately performed.


r biN6'of who will guarantee the, The bill now pending in Congress
= l-o land how to lift )ourr.elf by authorizing Im'piions for civil em-
Sllt-s-trap,. plo.'ees serving for extended periods
- in the Philippine Islands may be de-
SS un is Ileased to learnt of th,. signed as as temlporar mnieasure for
r inilg popularity of the South the purpow.e of 'trying it on the dog"
VM B Normal Institute at Iiad. Cit) If the. principle I- a sound one ar ap-
68 the principalship of Protf I' \V pli-dl in the- 'lillhpIo i-. s iould it iot
QU. He is one of the le.tiilng .ililu bi .-iinally so he-re in the U'nited
"M 0of the State and iet'ris -u Stat''
I i hisbl chosen proirfte.s ton
Tithe blind tigers had better keep
I l Wnm J.,.,iigi Itr)aH a l.. 9 to* the ir lairs Sih rift ltamnsey
1 1 I hearty. sw le nt. a t I 'r1. ; a a-. 1 o il th tir trail
r l ts \t M [iil *'\tir li.'u-d % lI, <
S(0dIrn nor,. uIrptl a.'..tin'- I.P Read the %alit l(d" in today's Sun
hb 6OW cotiuntr) i rra'a'E% 4-11 t "e
tbcouthrie ."ed agant hita for Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
kt lia' ,tn.. l That Contain Mercury
l w as nie'rcir. will surely d,.-.troy the
~.~I .eO ..-..Iland o n 11 c an cl c il'-tely de-raritg-
Sthet,' gr at .,lortI II .(', Ith't** h(l ten ls ie n entll eri g it
I SW ve aaud -ra. ii11 W~ i l lIt tirtigih tit.- i.'uu surfac'.. Such
* eb 1ioi i n e te., III t t ...,,l lu J art.le lihould ie er b.- u-,d (-x eit
* MWa iIg sl i ,' ,.jie ,.\. .. l n, 1r'' ri- II'' iiii tr,, r, T ,tct l, i11 i
W 11. At thl r, 'tillr t rr% tll e li tdo). r1 a r. te < > l i
I iii tile rIt' ,l i hi l, ., t l. feid t the" rood )oun al p ;
ain th Ie N uiITre .*- ,t |b..k ".I,'I' relil ti., i Il ,li ('r, .
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Ianlit ulwm a foundation of gold or,.
a seven story bank building is In
oarw of construction at Colorado OY O LJVIN
Springs. Colo. Many hundred tons of e m II iduE' WI
low-grade ore, running In value from
$1 to $3 a ton. have been shipped from
the mines and dumps on Bull Hill.
in the Cripple Creek district. to Colo-
rado Springs and used In the massive
foundations for the Exchange National
hlank building. The ore has no miner.
al shipping value. but it makes an ex.
r ptionally strong building material
when mixed with cement. The total
value of the gold In the foundation I
estimated at $2.000. the cost of a mod- tW
ern cottage. It Is doubtful If there
is another bank nl the country which
rests literally on a foundation of
sold.

The tide of immigration seems to 4d did. g M i
have turned as the result of revival Wi ls m i b
In trade In this country. Ships comingtsa t o O
from Germany bring more steerage a g so aridie pui Ien f t
passengers than they did a short time
ago. Italian ImmlgrationM Is also like I
ly to receive some Imapetus a the
outcome of the earthquake ha that
count".M U.

The gloom of disaster is usually re- Is edM, Ot fc o-m ba eah
Iseved by acts of heroism. This was1 1 1d11
notably the case in the collision be- TAM MOW
tween the "Porlda" and "Republle." mL nu
The heroic spirit was general dis-
tingulashing crews and passengers =8U0l 5 0W l o
alike, and. as usual, the American wo
men showed their natural elf-poe-
session and courage.

Per City MarshaL T
To the Voters of the City of Galaee
villk:
Sam a candidate for City Marhal
for roeleetio on April 13. I have
served the people falthfuly d -
elently, nlght and day, ad my recorL
is open for iTspecati.J
It my servIce darintag the puat y ar
has been satistaetory I ask the sp-p IFrECTIVI DoM. 36 1
port and vote of each and every citU-
men who is qualified. I can only
promise the same service as I have Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, FaiHr
edeavored to give n the past. al point South... ..........
Yours for o ARNOW Returning, arrive OGainesville ........
BENTARNOW.
Leave Gainesville for Sampson City,
I take this method of Informing the ke (City Valdosta, and all p
public tat I am a .ndlf.t- for City Retuning, arive i v
Marshal at the election to be eld on btuing, arrive Ga sville
April 13. 190. I respectfully solicit
the support of all voters, Irrespective L SL Il .. *8L .
of party afiliation, and promise to
faithfully and Impartially discharge
the duties of the omce should I be
elected. Respectfully.
CHAB. C. WARREN.

I respectfully annonm e myself a
candidate for the oice of City Mar-
shal. to be voted for at the election
on April 13, 1"1. It elected I will -
faithfully discharge the duties of the
ace without fear or favor. I re- W ASHION D C.
spectfully solicit the votes of all. Ir- W IISTOU, 1 JC., J
respective of panty$ alla. ATLANTIC COAf


Pneumonia Follows Lagrippe. c H mI- C01
Pneumonia often follows lagrippe 1
but never follows the use of FPoley's IE I
Honey and Tar, for lagrlppe coughs Tickets on sale Pebhruary 28th, 1
and deep-seated colds. Refunae any but and 3rd final limit to reach origi
the genuine In the yellow package. o mid i M lT
J. W. McCollum & Co. not ate tan nd ght March 10
P IREAT MILITANT I
For further information, renovation, etc., g
Agent, or wite
A. W. FRITOT, Divialon Pamseng er Ant
W. J. CRAIG, T
Pw-rngsr Tra"c MIanaer, aere
ow ear &ag.' 1. Apsi I tb-san taking -.- -.-
fop c .mali*.so;oa it 4te .-.'ur.. 's.r1e **( a e I s
* O B,1.'* t. gan Io dishpeapr sEt al lt the end of mla


SEABOARD

Air Line Railway
M. I ea WalMW drM, N.ba. L er Wllama- d L C(. r Duowels


SAVANNAH. COLLUMBlIA. CAMI)EN. SOU
RAI.E,;il 1.1t :I NI), WASIIINGTON
I'lII41. r.l'litlA NEW YORK
THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAI
SFABI'AID) FIORIDA IM1.11T I),
SEABOAAR D YE.AR-ROUNI
II. 1 s : l .\l;l, i, F i,(!I!A.
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMEI
THIE fAiS AItl)A FIA)lRii1 I.IMITK.D-Sol
hlb l- 1.IIA ll ,:, -I : I.t. t ii, ('Car. Olb -
l'".11l s I't, r ii i' Itr t(' aid St
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Kl .'. t K .ii1 1 1 t anxd .ktia I 1A a
\1' 1, p [i and Jack toniillle 1 ; p t 111 41 4i1%
For full information and sleeping car ros
any Agent seaboard, or rteo S C BOYIt TO
General Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Frlrida
1

THRN PINM
, BALTIMOWI.

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LIMITED
FASTr MAIL
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id Pullmman VeU-
ervatlon Car ad
Augustine; Pll
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OTLOS53Y AT LAW


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VRAM CLAM Tom W.
CLARK & FIELDING
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ARRIVED


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A ft litracsCta y

R. R. ('Iolmo, P~wai~nt
J. W. Blaniding, Vims-Prwulenqt
a. C. Boarm, S.-TwT
Tids towjpny lsa. rvi-A O lthe pple
of Alm-bus ctiunty 1,,r nearly a quar-
Orr of a century in vnhalmtbonu ill.
LAND TITLES
and are full) pirtlsafrdto itiki tilt
phit. inform~ation toult inij your title
('omplela' l ol ofOASaoks ji t~indily
%W ter er Firmehke
I u "TUE TITLE SUESTINU

M1 It AND WOM it

*U Vt a
6066"06 fli ba&SW.AM
4 6 -*1 ..a -IU. p wit


THE BUSH &SA




PIANO CONT


IN Which a Resient of achuad

k Awar a Beautiful Howard

Certifiates Valed at $3,1.00

The Bh Saffsord Piano Co.,

mtatie of Tke R. S.N HowardI

The Cotest to he Cunluctel by

Behaf of Bush & Saffori.


$3,550.00
One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be
riding in the County of Alachua who re
number of votes between December 15th, 1(
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : :


SAdditional C
In addition to the Piano there will be issued )y The Bush
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. T
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing

Toe ftsuu ui ri *S mto W ihset o a hMW feorcW
To 6 mim rMi|M f b t @Wb tw vb, s it he fW for n
Theseeue bills may be used by the winners or can bI
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their fac
chase of one of these new pianos.
SIn the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize sin
to will be given each of those tieing.

SHow and Where to Get Rules an
4l 1. Tbe contest
--V-o Alachua county wh
W iW of the contest or v
The following merchants will give vote i rs n, to then w
tfor vry cent paid into their establishmentsa fuo r 2. No employee,
godsn which they handle: prietors of the abo
The Gaineeville Hardware u d. participate la this
Phifer ree. no manner.


Hyde & Teach.
Where VYi" May 8 Cast
Ballot boxes will be found in the establish-
meets of the merchants living votes and at The
Sun office. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun.
GaJn.evllle. Florida.


3. In the event (
candidates or other
such controversy
ductoru of conteo't
qualified to render
4. In the event
draw from the rac
allowed to transfer
candidate in the cc


FFORD


'EST


County WI'
Piano, adMi

FurnishMd

Sole Repre-

Co. of Mia,

THE SUN b




I .
pven to the pena
-ceives the highe
908, and 10 p.m.
0 5 0
*


Sifts
& Safford Piano Co.,
Bills, same to be used
these due bills will be
Sin Alachua County:
em t s.......$ 2M.
i ...... S.... 171SI.
Pr.......... S10.J
e disposed of to anyone
e value upon the p*
iilar in all respects there-


d Regulatio
is open to anyone Ilviats
o Is known by the condeUatO
ouched to, by so"me rrpet"
ell known.
atta(hee or relative of tb *PF
've-na&ed firms are eligibO
contest, and will iparticlpa SI
of a mlbunderbtanding betWOS1
ers Interetted li ithbi cbm3W
may be referred to the eS"
. sho alone are the pWerl
decisions.
a candidate decides to wbP
e. such candidate sill a41
votes to the credit of a800
latest.


'TIE1 DAILY SUN
OMl .,,t.c rlbc" *% h utm *
$1.25-Three months' subscription ............... .... 400 votes 500
$2.50- ixz months' subeription ....................... 1,000 votes 1.200
$5.00-One year's subscription .............. ......... 3,000 votes 3,500 VW
For a club of five one-year subscriptions (before April 1. 1909). 25,000 votes 30,000 VeW
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptioils (before April 1). .25,000 votes 30,000 reto
'lt' er is no lim it to tliu in ,,l,-r of -I..tils a 'l, ti i.,. -t init n,i%', .. ,-L '1
THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00- Oune yIar'S s5 b tliption ......... . ... ...
SFur a club 4 f fi. ou .)year SL4bb .t i ..... ...... .. ... 4.000 0
y '1 l r, i- ,,,I li,,fit ',Ht1, 11 11 ,4l,, .r r c.l i!- ,i'l ,i SolicitinI votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is urdesired by the prop
mm- i^jn^Le~rVWrA


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I FLORIDA WINTER CHAUTAUQUA..







iesville, February 1-28, 1909


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was to ancient Rome the Chautauqua has' she will Ibe beard frequently in connection with the concerts sad
td S~States of America. with the differed' ast Ii dlh:de, to the lectures.
ly one Forum while in America almost one MR. WALLACE BRRICE-AMNSURY. one of the best known
ll ae In active operate In all parts of reasdrs- who is a whole show In blmself. with an orchestra
Sau merbrapidlytncreasg as the year thrown nO He of the cleverest monolog at the plat.
.h- *, umer is rapidly increasing a the years form. and is particularly pleasing in his Firencb-Cuanadian dialect.
His presence will be greatly enjoyed.
people of the villages hamlets and country- MRS. LOUISE MORGAN-AMSBURY. a lyric soprano with -a
godo great statesmen. orators and preachers., *ceptloually weet voice. She has appeared with success at
gl* se or hear them without taking long many Chautauqua
S by m s o t Chautauua. the best and M 8-BARTELL COMPAN'Y. hvnkding W. Robert o.m and
ins. Ime s s a ro the Chauta t Iqufan Missa M. J. Bartell of New York City. They will be present for
gp J the world is bright at insigailcant cost a week. and each evening will contribute at least a share of
i The Chautaqu ea isd ome of the greatest the program. furnishinK preludes in connection with the lecture
fore In the country. The Inaspration when they don't give an entire evening. They have with them
4 oa guide to the pathway Mad a lamp to the one of the beat and latest Moving Picture Machines, and have
a score of the finest Pictures % anufactured. many of them
which have recently swept over our coun- beautifully colored. Many stereoptlcon views will also be liven
mesabe to the presence of the strobe men Interpreting such well known creations as "The 81ia of the
o fearlessly on the Chautauqua platform in Cross." "Parsifal" and "Hiawatha." There will also be secular
sr, "a, the millions of people who have and religious illustrated songs presented by Miss Bartel. The
maual meetings to listen to them have had strength of this delightful company cannot be overestimated
ae awakened that they have demanded that They appeared at a series of sixty Chautauquas last summer.
Me inoaestitute these reforms. and were said to be the crowning event of the entire season.
Movement is thoroughly denominational. DEPARTMENT OF INSTRUCTION.
at all creeds and parties commingle thought- u t
The Chautauqua is organized on high ground Def nite educational work is not to be overlooked, and some
It appeals to the thoughtful and cultured. of the morrtiug hours will be given to those things which will
some forms of amusement which are un- contribute help to the thoughtful and the devout.
with danger. BIBLICAL HOUR.
r tIn these strenuous days people feel the This will be in charge of Dr. W. W. Davis. superintendent
SasMadlo. Earnest people are hardly willing to of the Chautauqua at Mountain Lake Park. Maryland. Great
fti vacation which does not bring them a little Hible themes will be discussed. At the morning hour the key.
pft, hence the phenomenal growth of the Chau- note will be struck for the day. and the Book of looks will be
, A Chautauqua is a benediction to any community magnified in all the work of the Chautauqua. Dr. Davis will
608s,. It appeals in its varied program to both also have charge of the platform, and in his own good way will
ed is certain to cultivate high ideals of living introduce the attractions from hour to hour and will give direc-
tion to the conduct of the Chautauqua.
mly new management the Chautauqua for the SCHOOL OF HEALTH AND COOKING.
I uuina now appeals to the citizens of Gainesville A .
The program is the strongest and best which This has become a leading feature with all well ordered
Sa e nd r Includes in lectures and music and Chautauquas. For a week it will fll the morning hour. Two
very best which genius can devise or money enthusiastic and capable workers have been employed to give
r5 at insignificant expense fourteen days of su direction to this lne of ork.
Sma The holders of season tickets get for a few )r. Carolyn Gelsel. who stands without a rival in America.
and concerts which ordinarily would cost them will give her helpful health talks to cover the Irst half hour
I a dar. Every right-minded citizen of the con- of the work. and the second half hour will be occupied by Mrs.
et A this enterprise, which stands for things Minnie Emmons, who will present a series of cooking school
and lofty, their loyal support and co-operation. lessons with demonstrations.
pi "e days of supreme enjoyment and uplift. It THE CHAUTAUQUA HOUR.
S ae of the good name of Gatnesville, and will Conducted by Dr. D. W. Howell. General Field Secretary
S=VErs from abroad who will come for the sake of the Chautauqua Movement, who travels from point to point in
1a1a. behalf of this great work. He is a superb talker, and will pre
e4 the present year is one of great strength sent varied and iatereating themes l his own takiag way.
and is so varied that all tastes are certain These themes will be outlined Ina the detailed program. All
rla1e at the rich feast which is to be spread needed Informatiom coeeraing the Reading Course win be gives.
Aetg which follow: lterature will be distributed ad opportunity will he otereo
SLIKCTURIK for enrollment in the Chaatauaua Literary and selemtUlA Cirel
09W B. GLENN of North Carolina. The most
OM WOWr since the time of Henry Grady A nun
--.,".'..-. ".&".-, DETAILED PIOSIAI
0I taingP. Swept his native State for proMal- DI L 10A
-t is light for the two-cent rate agalast the Twoay, pgary 1ta.
A large-hearted Christian gentleman who 8:00 p m. Op ag te raxth a tuhal *e.i o at Florda
toall great reforms and whose eloquent voice :00. m. tern Cing of the etwr uals sales i He. o
e wo for bi n a nation ial reputatioL ..... .... ... ... .. ... ... ..


CORBELL PICKETT. the gifted wife of the
r whom charge at Gettbus ma4 him
b& Is siatchkleash aion the story ofthe large
atlieaal retatlea on the phiftrm and it
4Ug17t ;sought for Chautaiqan lecturers in

i amos cartoonist and clay modeler. He
in his artlistie and novel work. It is the
S an most artistic one-man performance on
KIN T WOODLAND, the well-known scientific
1dwith him the most expensive apparatus
Sroda the platform. During his lectures
and "Wireless Telegraphy." two of his
SMora of brilliant and marvelous experimlsts
a number of years he baas been the foremost

U t. for 20 years the most eagerly ouht
hs ir' the country has bad. A man of iSnlte
0 informatolk. He Is not only a strong le-
MOel It is not possible to secure a more popu-
ark wMI he greatly enjoyed
STE-UiNG BATTIS. the Dickens Interpreter.
I o his line. Much of his work is done in
be brings you face to face with the well known
p Shith Charles Dickenih In his stories haI made su

Sa J1. a coming man of the platform His lec
'1 and hold the crowds. While humorous and
ISM lan under-current of good sound philosophy
all his lectures. They are inspiring. helpful and

; nW. -OWCLL. uow <;Getieral Field Se're.tar' of the
"aEienut A man uf rare ability who (-lIduct:
giving all Informatlon l onferlilng th.- ChautlULiIU..
d also giveM delightful iterar> l. ur. n Ail c1l
Vel ain the Bible work
= 014R. a lecturer ho has, t1e art uf .%aillib
1askhin that p iaIle art titra-i. il ..Ad .iarr.
m-uch that will bright-int ad I '-- th Arft "r

IDAVIlj)ON., ho fo min thI r- v r ,e-, liii i ig has.
is of all arrangAed th-e .1 i,.l d i l-ogrlai,, fior
bo l be prem-ut during thl eil." 1 d1. *, f ( ile ('lial
0I t only help In its ,rii ~ I, i-tluniitg 1 t !111
^ Seor tin of hiis e, r |,I>lular 1. tir, illi-tr;tt'el

SR AOINGS AND NOVEL ENTERTAINMENTS
MIIA I Q(I'AIT :'I'r .l 4 .. l.ii f I. I 1h'fu'
b s t isv u II,,.I 11 pI l i,,t ,, r i. I i *
ud"boundxled haeta.n'j.i Il ii |"l0. I' It
a1 l-m lH.ber ou t .i 1 111. 1t. i- i In :,-"'* '
V'Sdr hUn.,r Mild Mr lit i t' .. I l- .
in iuth lh l l lil,, tii l
BtI.',,,,'I' N t l'\ li II : ,,f .... 1 1" wl 1
r f ,441- [I: r, ic ,I if 'i' "
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SW Ai.hiHlit1ix; a d liihtfIil whl.tll r .ir ,i ,l, i
t iii pi0 1ide acvhg an.lrg r) L t.# jtg:oi d t,-


rato Davis, mayor o the city; eaO. T. W. huans,. Preas-
dent of Board of Trustees; Dr. W. W. Davis, Platform
Superintendent. and other Chautauqua oeslals. AnnBoane
meat of promnlaet program features.
1: 20 p. n. hntertalnment extraordinary, Prof. W. Rebert Gea.
New York City. presenting the story of "The Si of the
Cress" Ulutrated magnlcently. Illhutrated eoas by
Miss M. J. Bartell, followed by superb colored Moving
Pictures.
Wednesday, Foebrury 17th.
9:3,; a am. Biblical Howr, Dr. W. W. Davis.
10:30 a m. School of Health and DomestUc Science. "The
Great White Plague." iUus trated by exhibits loaned b)
the Anti-Tuberculosis Congres. Dr. Carolyn OGeel. A
M. M. D. Cooking School: "Diet" and "Character." Demon-
stration: "Soupe and Fruit Neetamr." Mrs. Minnie Mo.
mons.
1:30 p. m Lecture: "An Inverted Crown." Dr. D. W. Hqwell
Field Secretary of the Chautauqua Movement.


SoK) p. m. Lecture., "len Hur." one of the
recent years. Beautifully illustrated by
and Moving Pictures-Prof W. Robert
wongc by Miss M. J. iartell.


famous stories of
stereopticon view
(oss. Illustrated


Thursday, February 19th
i .Ti a ni Iliblical Hour. Dr W W. Davis.
10 3o a ni School of Health and Domestic Science. "Plett-beri
zatioi and its Results." lr. Carolyn Geisel. IDemonstra
tion Rice, Macaroni. Cutletm and Desaerts. Mrs Emnmonu
: :;' ip i lecture Recital: 'Some American Write rs tin Prow
aind Verse-." Wallace- Iruce Amsbury. Chicai. IllliAip.
Sloc,. Mrs IAouise- MorKan Anasbur).
"o p rn C L. S. C Round Table. "A Chautauqua Stor).,
lir I %W licailI 1
I' |. il UGrand Cois'-rt. Rohble> Male- Quartettel Readliing
;n.ld !!i0,'-rs iiaol!< l h.1 liavard T Robley. toll, ,d It%
i:l.It rut. le .d.ein aid o dii 1-rfi l .MOu la Pi't i e. I'i o
\ lh, lrt i;Gi,- anMid .11i.. M .1 llarte-ll
Friday. February 19th.
::I a i llbi ual lHour hlr W W IWa via.
, n is SIli, clluI of Il1ulth .mland Ikma.'ti. Sci-ie- T' he
pu ili ii i, f the ilt. lSmoket Nu ia'ce." Iir (f'ia-'l I' i|k lli
S, I... FI f'iood Salt." Mr. lEaiiiis An Import-i.al le- h o
,,4 ti, ourtf ric- mid fulictioii of tht l-lorKaiallc gllier :l Liallt
I ill 11 i- .illoil M ilhti od- (i f I're-pari Fruiti .Mind V\'1,4
t.'l.l '-
*, n, ii. I lh atl FPi'ludi It l. II Maule Quart t't*
1 i l..-etur. -Ilte itul l.Iillad, of lourbonlait I .-
',.! I I i' A i--.ii crp |hr<. ,lit ll hia li b uw I(, iii,-
: !r- luill-- 1Moreg. AA'lsbury


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Saturday. FaLi'uaty M0.,.
.1 4 Iii~ 'Il 'Ilt. i a ictl lo W Wlqa ic i -~t( 4~ ~ l ul~r


ant talk for wesM only. followed by a questie drawer.
Dr. elsel.
3:30 p. ga. Grend Coeert. Robley Male Quartette with remdlm
and Imperaoeations by Bayard T. Robley.
6:00 m. C L 8 C. Romd Table. "Visoms in Clay.- Dr. &
W. Howell.
S:0 p. M. atcal Prelude. Reley Male Quattute.
6:30 P. L uactar-. TraMps Through ita-uad," Dr. W. L
Dldavdon of Wah D. C.t. ab d To 10 0 e1
S urtereopttconw viewTa. maay superTy ied. Bilwd
by a r of r"maBle Movin Plevtea l. Rebt


every possible way. so services io eem0ectost with the C
tauqua that will interfere will be held. TheMo lday eme d I
other services will be held a usual i nthe erebee Io fs .
A great mass-meatl will be held i the agktu i b
afternoon at 3 p. a., to which all people are rmg y
A free-win offering will he aepted fr the atiumes 0m
the Chautauqua.
3:00 p. a. Great Masw-meetlg. erm. Dr. W. LDav
Washington. D. C. Special maste by the ReOMay I
Quartette. Special Chautauqua responsive serving.
Memday. Febrary Ma
National Hollday-Washinagm's Birthday.
9:30 a. m. Biblical Servces. Dr. W. W. Davis.
10:30 a. m. School of Health and Domaests Seleose. "leise
Treatment of Dyspepsia" (with d rati-). Dr. Gami.L
Cooking School: "Salad ad ad-*aa.." Mrs. e.
mons. Demaonstratlon: "Iucha. Dia. rr, t IV
Vegetable Salads with their aecompvayln dreli ."
3:30 p. m. Reading: "Nicholas Nieklby." Didmmua' megg
story. Mr. William Sterling Battls. Chlem. I3.
8:00 p. I. Lecture: *The Uses of Ugltnee." Do Wait M3l~,
Philadelphia. Penn.
9:30 p. m. Illustrated sougs and Moviag Pictres W. Rbelt
Go". and Miss M. J. Bartell.
T ,esday. February Srd.
9*30 a m. Biblical How. Dr. W. W. Davis.
10:30 a. I. FPal session of the School of Health aI
meatic Science. "Noe-AlcohoUc Medlaatb. Why' (d4esm
stratios. C soknlg SIhool: "Ptl seeded r
Growth and of the Body. D --om numat : o
Croquettes. Alou PreparatofBo t o me P
Nuts." Mrs. Nmmnas.
3:00 p. m. first appearance of the fames whistar al irlf
Miss Losa Walbridge.
3:30 p. Letuare: "The Straagers WithiOur OW fst W
Miller.
8:00 p. L. Whistlinge salO. Miss Lea WSalhid
8: 1 p. m. hatertalnmet nmftrdinary: "h g[gAg a
Dukess" 4 dose great ehamnt1m- ap 0edtd i 4W
Changes made la tie ras. 1 teM
WIllim Sterling Bat.UL


9:30 a. m. BibMeal Hmr. Dr, W. W. Davi.
11:s a. M. Laatee: *"The at l0 me@s TJgUags" "
Lowther. DwIghL IlL
3: 00 p. m. Rendif and whlding asU, N M LdmJ a W it .
:30 p. m. IAroewr -Thegawkth. It Pasbll mmui Prma
Oovernar RL IL ed Ma. Oehtem. ON 01tto
great aratemr o the leah. The marum wMI
crowded to the dra. .
$:00 p. m. WhistoUltg asa. Missa iLM .rl .
8:15 p m. Looteres: "A soelute gir "s" rtL. gusmvV
land. Rdeister. N. T. Pbdten o ew"ad a wha nd
apparatma. Ldeture to be au-P bysmam i
score of brilliant experlI r
feature of recent year.
Thurday. Febmury Mh.
4: 30 a. m. Biblical HMur. Dr. W. W. w.
11:00 a. m. Lecture: "The Milsio ofk t Pet." WIrt "e r.
:00 p. m. Concert. The ly Wa QMrtset
Ilunois.
: 30 p m. Lecture: "Wireless Toaelev Hy. P". J. IL
land. Delicate and expensive appw aM e. Amew'
edge of this great discovery will b effReed to yetft-
can not come from the reading of beho and mageibb
articles. A lecture you cannot a&Nre to s. .
,:oo p. m Concert. The Lady Washlaga Quarstes.
*:30 p m. lecture: "Looking Human Natwre i the Pas,"
Ross Crane. the famous cartoonist aad crayon artitm
One of the rare entertainers of toe platform. MaulmUtes
of pictures Irawu In the presence of the audience. Cler
musical stunts at the piauu. together with a Biarvolm
displas) in (la modeling.
Friday, February 20th.
Mrs. (en. Pirkett Day"
::*e r 11 iliblal flour. 1r. W W Dalvis
ou! r, li ::u milnuteii of the famous l.ady Washito Quartsette.
"r p i1i l.'r, .tre- (Iurscle s a (Jiother See Us," Ross Crane,
aliah i.... .s C,.1 hklt ii, e u a d i..art o s. together with
r in II .s t c uiniA i ai(s'qrt. The lad> ~'ashiugto Quarteie.
::;op ii l.ectur. Tli.a Tititt of (a,.tt>sburg." Mrs. La Relcl
('orltll Pi-k.-t slfe of (.**1i (Jeore ( PkchetL Oe 01
the- tmot gifted w ,it n .1 the Ilatfarm, who will tell 0t
IPu k* it. ufaceou. chargee


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Saturday February 27th.
Ithlalical hour li % \ W I tis.


'1' to 111 :'.0 siullates itlti the Lad> Washington Quartette
S 11" I'n 1L- '" IIp i iranid (',oi.. rt Ih. I.d>) WahluLton Quart1tte.
.S'dl< h uid RtAdiiag-
Sunday, February 20th.
SflittiiK .loo, i. t ie h gri at ('lautAuuqiua in the aft-rnuon nIas-
li 'tliag SIre .. ill 't helId a ubual i"u the city churches.
Ilt aill tilt ri ei i re ligiou lgaisth riu of .il denoumlnatloes
will Kga.- imilhaiu- o l tihet reliil.on. ii,,'i wiiih the Chau-
LLA1U4a h 4U. I 4-Ill bet i 0 t'Ultli late
4' Is 11l Mlass ui*'etlgl S. rnSie i, C* 14 It It, Ik. with special
lrilited rva.poliai s, rl ,r M'lu.-ir I.4dv Wasblugtlm
(juilairtit Good b). wurd l'ro|lh, i fur the ),>ar to
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TRI DAILY BUN: GAINBSVILLE, FIORIDA, FEBRUARY 12, 1909


LAST CALL-For forty-eight hi uri
4 1'nl % I IlIl rell all m1% intur ult- at
41 rents on the dollar an follows:
$10. 0 ults for $ 860
I '1,E uit for l00

'2 "t) uits for 1.1 30
;.r I.ult it for 11310
2.:n Hsuits for 1.~..00
Spot cras-nothing charged ti(,t
the habit. L. J. HI'RKHIM

Dermy's Delight Cefee.
(0 A. leach of Floral City arrived
yesterday and will spend the next sev
oral days here visiting his family.
Miss Tirzah Withbrspoon l-ft )yes-
terda) for St. Petersiburg. where srhe
will spend several dasn visiting rela-
| 1i .- -
.\;r. K tile It jilif< K of .l., k i in Ith4 (it. ptoli|ig at the home
f J O0. AnldrIe.s hllbi the fniilly are
away %isiting Cuba.
Worth a dollar to get the fun given
you by John Thomp-on. but tonight
It will only rost you twenty-five cents
at the Elettric Theatre.
Rev. T. P. Hay will 11fill his regular
appointment in North Gainesville hall
this afternoon. All welcome. and a
cordial invitation is extended all to be
present.
Mrs. T. M. King and children of
Windsor were visitors to the city yes-
terday. having come over to spend
the day with Agent King of the South-
ern Express Company.
Mrs. M. D. Downing of Traxler. ho
has been visiting Mesdames 0. It
Bailey and Johnson in North Gaines-
ville for the pabt several da is. return-
ed it) her bome yesterday.
I ba'e determined to dlspose of m)
Shoe and Leather business, and from
this date offer my entire stock at
greatly reduced, and very tempting
figures. Spot ca-h. J I). Matheson.
Mrs. E. Maroiunny and little child
Sere in the citt yesterday, en route
to their home at Alachua. They had
I been on a \ivit to the formner'a pa
I rentA. at Waldo for the paMt several
days
The magnificent Everett-Grand pi-
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.. 100 Main street. Jackson-
ville. Pla.
Postmaster Lynch has received a
quantity of postage stamps of the
Lincoln Commemorative lassue which
will be placed on sale today. This deo-
sign will no doubt prove very popular
with the public.
A meeting of Kirby Smith Chapter
is called for this afternoon at 4 o'clock
at the home of the president. A full
attendance Is requested, as bu aaseu
of Importance is to come up. Ap's. H.
H McCreary. Press.
Mr. J. Fletcher Burnett and bride.
nee Miss Alma Sullivan. arrived in
the city yesterday from Daytona.
They win be looted for the present
at the home of the former's parents.
Mr and Mrs 8 J. Burnett. on West
Union street.
Mrs. W E Dunwedy. nee Miss lBes-
tie Webster. returned to her home at
Macon. Ga.. yesterday after a delight-
ful visit to this city. She was the
gue t of Miss Annie Scarratt while
here and her numerous acquaintances
were again glad to meet her.
At Auction-HeWfafn, the thorough-
bred German Coach Stallion, will be
sold at auction, to the highest bidder
>t1 Saturda. February -o. '.019. at I*
o'clowk In front of Crawford & Ilavis'
|,taldl,. A rare chance to get a fie-
ir-. hle.ti> lk>u t forget the date
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I dl -vt. tiill 1 I the Aa4*1111. feat t14.
to? I *I \\te Ilhailei, 1ai.AI "lid (4J11
r I t euIe 4, for I 1l 4. i.e-1I 111241tlU1114 fit-


loro fit'-tiit ( (k amd d


it I it *!it '10 A "'.~ .old
14 & -. l I. a e- i

I. A V~ ~ m 4 d 11V r#z.lIVat UlIo 'd.

,t -Isiti .t ry. ( att I. still dogs all rttc-i % .

r,)i it t Ie I,.1 uiljA f
LAST C A L L F, e III,$la.Ie i t ot
I vo 11allII I e iifur r CM i t.
0 1 1 el it 1ud1ita sfltill) *%ft
lit lit,' S uit fill S 62404
1. to S ii fr 9 N
1 -4:.40 Muith o l lt M.):I
~uSuit. fur 1IhUu


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VIATKUOF1TI OEOo


The Gainesville National uk

CodM&d fm Irt to the mnlr at t
md hBimm FrlaMy, Fe &tS, 100W


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O ver
Buill
U'nit,
('ou
(111,41


(apil
Surp
Ciret
Bon(
Redi
U'nit
Indi,


RESO RCES
is and I)isounts ..... .. ........320,409 83
rrft. . .. .... .... ... .... ... ... 292 5
ding and Fixtures . . . . 39,732 63
ted S tates Bonds and Premiums ...... 170,976 98
ty Ihlilsl ai(d Warrant. ........ ... .... 1,48000
i nntl Sight Exchange .............. 103.044 53

Total..... ......................

LI ABILITIES
ital Stock .........................$100,000 00
Altw aiAd Undividtei Profit. ......... 17,938 00
ulating Notes Outstanding .......... 97,00 00
ds Borrowed .............t........ 29,000 00
iwount ................... 31,450 00
ted States Deposits.. .............. 40,000 00
ividual and Bank Deposits .......... 338.548 43


Total .......... ........ ... 4
I, C. A. Fairdoth, Cabkier of the above- mid bask, do
swMw that tle aloe statement is tree to the t of my a
belief. C. A. FAIICLOTH,
Sesfosriltd and sworn to before me t idSi t b day FewF I
W.o .ff. ANDSn, JrT., .3ls.
Cornct--.tttt: M. H. .-Pam, W. R. Sbeto, T. W. mdis, Ulmfi.


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PER LINK


ach lismrtlo but mo adore
mt Omk" far less tam. a Sts. a
wsar& iama a lbe; mueoal up"
every word over seb a. e-mstb~g as
s addlUtocal US& CAMH4 it ivadvm
must masompany all orders A amr-
igasn tl i '*dhm101e

WANTED.
WANTEICD-.Messenger boy. Apply at
Western Culoa Telegraph 1a& .

FOR RINT.
FOR RZNT-FIve-room ttage. A
ply 200 Ubety street.
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms. mod-
e*rn conveniences. Apply I Iust
Seminary street.
POR SALL

FOR BALE-Good gentle horse sad
nice rubber-tired buggy. Apply P. 0
Box No. 276.
FOR SALE--Very prolific variety Sea
Island cotton seed direct from Is.
innds of mouth Carolina. James
Cht-snut. ;dAinehville. Pla., Box. 344.
KOR BALE -Corer lot 100lx16 at
a West Main St. north and Bom
dary St. next to Jeff Kendriek
Will sell at a bargain and ao easa
trums. Apply at a s o@ea.


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Break, Cakes i

- Pies--

Having repaired and iBvetd ow
Bakery, we arr now prepared to give
you exailient mervkw. *tav our wa-
goo op at yeaor door ewry Mm&

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First National Bank
Est I blished Over Twenty oears


Established Over Twenty Years


IlTEl STATES SEPmlTO

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