Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01576
 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 13, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01576
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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WASHINGTON. D. C.. Feb. 12.-
Keen Interest is manifest as to what
w ll be the program of subjects of the
North Amerea Co-ervatlos Confer-
| a@c between reprsetaves- At Ja By ckckets Wle Attfb
Mexico a" the Uniteds s M
In this city F4brsay 1. Ia his let- Ak" d f U A0 4 IAft m
tar to Preident Diat of Mexico. and
Slad Grey of Canada. President
Smeal pal il mPa ~Mv alm that tema le Fn o1 1 ration O JACKSONVIALLE l1.. Feb. 12.- operate la a church. But theu
Bs oft pm. W W ar a sd o"Natuatml interests In thvolved to the co-Theoleofthiscithavead now Jakso e have
d the man woo nervato no s l resources" ad mers report of roeberies hold-ups, shown that they have no respe 1
h e pr eprati f "ageea .l plan pickpockets, etc.. but the limit was any public place. not even thi
@USy g n Agt adapted to promote the welfare of rehed yesterday mornlan, when G. churches.
S1_-M ........ t s b_ to the no concerned There is a C Thoms of Winchester. Tenn., call- Mr. Thomas is an enthulsasUe aS
id ti aft der. l pretty well demed feelg. however, ed at police headquarters and report- saloon man, and while passing thro
S4 t y eto ht ed that his pocket had been picked the city Wednesday from WWIMe
wwba, I twtbetws d u l That the Cs whians take while attending the convention of the Fla.. to his home in Wincheaw,
w-et 6 W M e we dbe. t is this vi. I tedby te fn t that AnUi-Saloon Leaue at the Vlrst Hap- Tenn.. he decided to remain em
"W ag a h rthey have t totheal Con- Ut church Wednesday night.Wedlesday night and bear the hm
4I M M Io tm Pep emieo- omTlation of This is the first case of the kind tures at the First liaptist church.
w d lto tw t we o te t ot ever reported l this city, and it is, He went to the church early, .d
1t do en l uof l tlohs g|8uovrtl nin tses.doubtful it such a case was ever re- after one of the addresses he bsemg
Sh sot poo e duer' forestfire on h t rted in any other Southern eity. all so enthusiastic that he. with
sl es of the line between the United of which goes to show that the well others, rushed forward to cla thi
aS aM8 e s" o o reIlae Ibwen the United organized gang of pickpockets now hand of the speaker. It was whgg
| #Af s is It ae nmtreetnt in tle mInds theo operating in this city are high<-class walking up the aisle to meet
00 two w I in,-to MN he -e l y M ass t idoeebtly the artists In their line. The police are speaker that he was roughly M! l
6 am P a l possbiltyofmly ooperatLve scheme simply balitd. and although keeping by several men near him. and It w
__ OWN mia mt Is la at tW o tn Ili. to be a a sharp lIokout far the crooks the3 then that one of the crooks dslgpp
nait bM- wr o V M to e l to1 l i o inhave not obtained the slighte.,t clue his hand in Mr. Thomas' hip po"
OKI...- -.. rsu es ika faol ln I that mig' t lead to the arrest of the t;.' : ( :rd b p pocketbook coatal
Sgarly guilty artist Of course there were lug $6 In cash. two rebate check aa
so M detect'ves at the Anti-Saloon 1,000 miles of railroad passage. mami
g sThe Canadian a Me xiarfeole A L.eague ting Wednesday night, a I at $40. His return ticket to Ten.w
gates tothec re com ing o om e wold M presume that a pick- see was a*so In the pocketbook.
eased to onel ibte u s tleins as pocket, no matter how bold a crook There is no telling where the pteb.
we as tO receive the their r he might be. would have the nerve to Iockets wil operate next.
r'nttlvs at the Internmatioal __ __oertnx I
Sameeotn will be t specialists

S hMibeN me0-i-No Kick on Naval Stores
edw' a va Early last yer. fr instance. every
N* rn b we of the public tnerlands Ind
hi tab Received From Big Usen
b ha s t t S ah n a l forest re
ee Mts @ t0 mie __
As*tti Of hb y a tces moare e f. WASHINGTON. D. C., Feb. 12.- The users of rosin. Replies from all thrM
f1 av 9sft ioeet f1 eA govem i eat controL Dpartnanot of Agricultutre, through I of these concerns have been recltved
VW 1%"h of KttwTk a u The'atha acted 1 .,m acree- the bereau of chemistry, which is the and none of them have .ny compllal
,w ;I,, e a nt h Amera as menh land as was put iato all A real source of the new naval stores to make.
S 1 01114 hic a tin ml forests of this country up to bill submitted by Senator Talaferro Those here who opposed 9Seas
d llud k 1 1In the Yukon all water power to the committee, has seat out a nam- rallaferro's bill for Federal inspect
bein mI s 0M nInvited. At rights are granted for only twenty her of letters to large users of trpn- of naval stores will also oppose this
oli l dL0 Will have a years, and at the expiration of that Ue and rosin asking if goods pur- new bill if Its provision authority
ot hyb bwgol ft" W ears M -b hetime their control reverts to the pub- chased by them are often adulterated the Secretary of Agriculture to "1161
ow NNWat f & S meo w the tarMN s. The wager power question is now or misbranded. The replies so Car re- regulations" *is to be construed to give
Sene f the meet opeortant and far.- ceved clearly Indicate that there is the Secretary the right to require I&
Poaching buey the United States to-. little complaintat of either adulteratioo sections before the naval stores M
Wie doiom 0 so o O WWasl y. Pe leMeot Dias of Mexico has a or misbranding. be shipped from one State to anothf.
b Mt abl -wi--- was b W Ma mI eilve knowledge of forestry Among those to whom letters were .o objection is heard here to a lW
m and aactands taly the benefits to addressed are the Globe Soap Cor. making it an offense to misbrand O
A 9Me the esaemls tain t was be aine by Its application. He is pany. which uses 10.000 barrels of roe- adulterate naval stores. although I
blow o 'll d t k. D.also deeply Interested in the Improve- nl a year; Colgate & Co.. and Proctor is believed this can be better regbl-
. 0e -- t 's and 1i.t S .Tt a or ke mot of agricultural methods. and the and Gamble Company. both large ed by the States.
W E la-we twisted of above th- farmers of the country are rapidly
h im d a a e. nto pieces J o adopting scelealc methods. Mexico time and labor. It is expected that country. but it will differ from t-
W "B o"s W l was tramnd on at the has few lre waterways, but the na- by the aid of these new machines a card index s)ytew found iu the var
L w W ftAp fr lth UMg dhas provided for the expenditure force of clerks no larger than that age office in that the Information wi
Vif wi k Apfreigphtere s ra raw the o of several million dollars for the im- employed 10 years ago will be able to be recorded by Ipunching holes I t
* 351i A height trai ranm into toes provement of internal navigation turn out one-forth and perhaps one- cards Instead of r.ordliK itb 1i
3a-Ah t stpad h wiet Recent discuaison tI the Canadian half ah much more work as was ac-. r tl,.'wrtiera The io.itiot of thn
m pressed. Parliament of Pftudent Roosevelt's conilli- h.d iJn i.*qo holes on each card a111 indircate fadcs
t in a l eed miss, proposal for co-operation for the con- Me.-chanical mathematicianc of oall relatll\- to tl.- indi|diduul abo IIO b1
... a I*m ak ervatioo of the natural resources of kind or ano.th.r hb' bae-us used In i,(.tiiph th rerdi iiioid. Th" artil
bel-t d Seaboard is haig s1ale the whole continent indicates that the the I S w_- pS i ue h y ards In this city, support of the con.ratiton movement but the bystetn of electric tabulation ltii(r'iit anid .oultl.ld *- riusr M W_.h wi ll- hs.aer enasble them to in the Dominion will tw as thoroughly which a ll bI- eoialov.d for thih c,.- ti various .-tjt.iti -
i weigh all ear lots of staff handled by nonpartisan at it is ini the. n.mted au ill le so far adia1e.d ,f a l -- -
. thm Tey wer former copelle MStates It 1 Ilwdenl. Iad.e'r of the. .red or- as the' mxatt. r ,of mac'i. The want ads. do nuore real t
S sed al sth as i st Wdo, ,, h(t was, a. e,.nth,-i.t.tl In hi r'r eriai.lod at to ul ark no .1. business than all other broker co-
ale w e it wa weN.he( M|,l,.rt rr H ir Wllfrd< l-r.er Nthe. TIh c.n,.u.s will (a. ca l.--l t1. hlned n fact, they stUt" a ort d

Was Transpiring

Gainlesville in 1876
iL s Tho me d M -L M. HMaitem, ditr.)

~ Now by eOw
"a mew kisne

P a vtab' .i %l sitdth :are.rt-d

4 ard aasela .'. tit it I I tia ti ir the busiuact~tisuthat t1k broken 00
Ma.a '. ll.I I. 1 aI aIi I n tass a momfgetf ?vI

SOF ENS S Vice-President Sherman

Althlouugh i lt, poulatiumoll tay have.
iasrer-abe-d 1,171 t) Itp-or .'atitaiute the~
c.-ii-' ofI sm o*ita si inga I rocait i ion1

NoI., the new store of Mathenmon & aM iialea.e ian l th- 'oluit- of aork
Ca. wa struck by lightuinu. ,cau.in r. iuire-dt it tin the ii-fr of the ,offi
----A_-raM damaa- tr e-urter orf i ui (tsh~ a th si will I.. able. to cois
h ie be ldiu uul) %am struck the i. a,. h, ctlis. I|g c t',us. at a osa but
Whoie ram. work of the- curtit.r h a iutite iif ai isn er'-.a of the lah.t
vew, ea ur tars op u Thb.- shock .4tibu sa- thI* March l'ioulius %,.
was felt by storal wrrm aso Iu tht- tIj AiAit s1 1 llustrAtetd article lhia
ImmdIate vi laity. (Tbis %a* a larSt e.1oioittuitl mulrit l *ill I- imade- ipo
t wtary frume buildlus he-re the o l e- throuuah the lntroductionuu of re
store of L J burkham uu&w ltauds. luark*atlh, uoahilur. for the ravnlg of

WiM Feast on 'Possum

W .AHl \l(;Tt )\ I (,' Feb 12. It.- tolll at tac*ih the I .ir.."i dSl4 1, I
Ire- t ul tlihat '1t iProe-iad. I JajUe'. 1 a||Ai'ar
hlie rtani ashouild Iha\, t,,-en, de rlri e-d 11asill fu rhat i;,-rK '* fr
aft lah.- gatroas iata ise |l|.aseure- aic iijo < lid a ltns e I o'l ssp'a s l tli' ri-' 5
i, Prea'ildcnle l ,t l-e T'l l Tft ti a4n tIh- e -' He-i .4 -0 1i ,iI Ia. n, l "n as r *
S.ierl, l uof lso I-t .lI t .Jcs U 1 Ia d d .cstt.rltOa I ,* .t~"l r-, *
tAwt-r. dltunr at Atlanta the (eor sfgt tibh %&a-s lI. snt ahlic l All.' at nt
delegatollu iII ( .a igre-s has detrtrwiun citise-na llIl t.- glad I(o 4,.ld th
ed to l1be Mr 8herman a dinner in Georgia lr this cit) shortly after the inaugural the' dels-tatlain of Mr Shbermai

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onasow s 5. Thorane-
possmito to lowMi ame
othe&". t"My at dleuw
*9 "d moda, of the how.
&- W ba mmalscum em
MW 4memoMs bmnvdolenc
bor hII Mopaton ew ar
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2La. 5. F Ro.om B lob"pat
km-MP. lioru elouday r f a brie
vf ebto hI*W osbawrUmrsIF. H.

'To hedNVOW bhand ppetit
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myminkand Buy

A A. Lmabo the aal arm pre.
abm Whe hb" eg vibitasg his ai-
I r V as Ge lw days departed
hr phs e ls-de at Briel

Sammeumay raerm ed Yesterday
madgother wester parts
t ea- y, where be went to ar.
W3et the M S e i itcm

maB Ward of frt 5ath. Ark,
i B lr h bW ermnr elltge hsm
h 1 Uo 0. Th1 is Kim

111014 to m t ot fM bl IS a" I
S 1P *lBi *d h nte erw tplea to
wt w Ma&mti 3U O

*e y Wi.e Wputy sher he tof
Bu f oam. VWae her. yesterday
the sg a er ofA little woder wia
gW. L to S f Twhe b is wanted
a the etgA at selg eros tlde toht

W. K Laeebry ofre Atlbyta. Gay ..
teproesmtlag the Daucemdorfer type-
wrtHey mr Ta. measIt go bee lseas ath
dl, yes&eday. While here he left
Sa cy he this little luwonder with
W. L Dhe ood fro The tem J.
m. -n Pe n16. adeputay coldsf at
awith Jdevelop ato. pa nemo over
SiWct ared oq cary cred by p oley.'s
Me SYamae at asd t spcke. wiamll
ed membranes, heals the lungs. and
eerve the ldr nine the system. J.l
W. MCollm a C..
AV. Peterson. deputy sheriff at il.
w, brourved to the city yesterday
with SJi Wesle a negro who was
coetvced of carrying o a pistol before
the stice at that place. He will
serve time for ninety days with Rasis
oetaer of High Springs Was before

natody of the marshal. t obeaas a t
s nla capacity of deputy sheriff
Setter gave bond for his appear
Same at the next term of court Tbh
tows of High Springs also has a
harge for the samme dense against
bhI, whieh will soon be tried.

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New sI rd Thesre.

In Nm or*k."
WMom Thetme
Nw Moinrg Newvvle r eoA e6vrmoc
mad mWaf, fw Sumdy.

Electric Theatre.
The performance given b1v John
Thompson last night at the Electric
Theatre was well attended and his acrt
Iag and singing was repeatedly ap-
plamded. Mr. Thomnoon certainI

We e ne W petae that we am eur
keewm, gnaw r bow ebrenie
It m 6 amt w efer to furNish the
mie em ee o a smeat If we fall.
SIt b w ta mdeI to attempt
te e -mi with a eMakrUe
. Ia ves er e thartima do
gh rm They eaNm a reatloa.
bo esm d a"wee the bowebs and
iM MsUpt tln more hroenk. ie
dMe.. the se becomes a habit that
is dsaN ad an un fatal.
CunMd M INs ased by weakness
S er*0 s ad meles of the large
m oder ietemag reien. To e..
o'-a te y me tN tbwefe e tome
gldr s m hmdtease um and
S SmI* to hasher activity.
.tw dI"eIery of the mtive primel-
efb o f sw u efvtved the labor
at M il -m ret sear chem.
Of Itpam & aN tOh best o ua.
| of Soh remmeal mtlve prineple
al so bat e h-ltestual tim ,
00 ft is pdala ty mt ttoa itsa

st as

16 re 0 0

Foley's Homey and Tar clears the air
pas- es. stops the Irritation in the
threat, soothe the Inflamed ment
brakes sad the most obstinate cough
dasppears. ore and Inflamed lungs
are healed and strengthened, and the
cold s expelled from the system. Re-
fuse any but the genuine In the yel-
low package. J. W. McCollum & Co.
Death of Little Child.
William iEurne. the Ilttle. two-)yar
Old -, ( of lir and .Mr It M Tiion
died at the rF-lidr.-ce f MaJ) \W (
TiloiI ) elteLrda) afte.rtiti1M l it 340
0i> luck from f- %-r urt. r i Imtl 'iiot iAf
fcrin of a c(ouil.( of ,I k.-
The funeral atrnli(t.. will Im ctii
duc'ted from th*e hou%,< third aftermaii(ii
at :: 3;o o'clock asdl fritelid of the
fulinil ar. In tited to Itw* jirenit. thl e
inte.rmenlat tlakitlus lac.e at Eergre ,

I LataU ami QWAllr.
The KII YuN Hov Alwap Uq
ears the

If It's printed statUoery you want
rbe Sua oce is the place to get it.

MONDAY .....

wei ftleb w NN w d Wom Be edt
toe weeos New.s Umweqd&.
rtoder'ck ManueU. MarylaNd Meek.
Butte. Montana, bought a bottle of New-
bro's Herplcido. April 4, 10. sad bea& to
uae it for *aUre baldness. The ar tol-
licles lan his scalp were nut dead and In
* days he had hair all over his bead.
On July 2 he writes. "and today my hair
is as thick and luxuriant ae ary one
could wish." Newbro's Herplcide works
on an o!d principle and with a new ds-
coery-d ltroy the aeu'e and you re-
nlvr, th effect Herplcide de-stre>) the
gr rm that causes dandruff fj.ll.ng har.
and finally balduers i, thit with the
caj.e- .. ne t io. rr* t ciurnot r..-ialr
t.>i> falllnff I ..lr ut once and a new
growth itart.. Hlald by l.-adlng
drualsft r I :,. in stamps for sample
to Thebo ilcr>..J, .. xtrult Mich.
Two siZes--.,u tacutl awl i. ji.
J. 8. BodlI.ord & Co. Steeial AxentI


Nmae a usung ana sponaia tmpres-
som upon the people of Oanesville AI UD TI
eing his abshort stay.
lomight there will be the usual One A
list of movint picture,. all new and w T.
rver before seem this city. This
afterlme at 3:30 o'clock there will The paradoxical, not to say absurd.
be a ebhdren's carnival at this thea- antics o Time were never more
tre. at whLb there will be lots of fur. quaintly exemplified than in this mat-
e 0 e ter of t. Valentine, says Richard Le
The Yankee D r"OGallienne in the February Delineator.
Never was Insult more whimslclnly
That Manager Kalbeld made no added to Injury than by the arbitrary
mistake la eNeurtag the Lyman Twlns association of the stern and slaugh- .
attracttom fbr Galaesvlle was proven termed saint who fell martyred beneath
last mlght, wkhe the presentatio of the chlbe of the Emperor Claudlus.
"The Yankee Drummers" was witness omewnat toward the end of the third
ed by oe of the largest audiences of century. with the joyous and essentlal-
the season at The Baird Theatre. ly pagan fetlvities which takes his
"The Yankee Drummers" abounds name in vain Recorded as "a man
n meaedy of the most pleasing char of exceptional chastity of character."
meter, and the Lymas Twin brothers -to be associated with Ophelia's
proved all that had been expected. beautiful, ribald, heart-breaking song:
The production wa beautifully sta And a maid at our window
ed; the seemry new. costumes pretty, To yo Valentine.
masic sweet and simple, the chorus be o l e.
above the average, the dancing clev. and to be grossly libeled by ('harles
er. and the entire program was re. Lamb, attended with thousands a ndl
derd In a manner that made one tens of thousands of little loves' H.
leel that it wasu ood to be there. TVe liutori'al fact i. t(at poor ,.
e a Valentin'- relutatlon ar a zallit w-r-
Ssacrl.ced to that astute policy of th.
"esllmgin l nw Vw York." Christian Church. which. flrding th.
"*Hoo* ia' Ia New York." which old pagan festivals too deeply rooted
comea to The Baird Theatre Monday in the popular sentiment, changed U
alght. caa truthfully be termed the taeir names- 'o that of som e Ch'l-,io I,
iteence of fua. Unlike most of saint, and adopted them for its own.
eo nl. It b a plot. and this plot Thus Valentines Day was original
is i the main responsible for the ly a feast of Febtuata Juno. and. on
many ldleous miahaps and compll- bthe eight before. boyi would draw
etamos that roud out a solid three- the name of girls in order to divine
ours of ht. The company that Vill who, bolfd be their sweetheart ton
present 'oolan' la New Yor as the coming year. The Church frown-
bees carefully selected, ad tn1 ed on this Innocest game and substi-
me has to be met which hba, no tuted the names of saints for sweet-
bon eptivated by the mirthful com- hearta-whereby. it may be supposed,
edy ad Its many spe1al feature~ the game would somewhat languish.
Not a little of fua is faurlaed by Yet. in spite of the Church. the old
"IF'p," "eadlula's" dog. which pagan manners of Ilaytin the game
been trail mad drMlbd by one of the has gome on until this day; and
*bet sahmal tmmers la Amerita. country girls will still pin fve bay-
Rmsevs t mat tickets can be obtain- aves to their pillows on St. Valen-
ed at Milltr & Vidal' today. tiae's eve, hoping to dream of their
"youna man." and by divers other
Marshal Armw Dee" Goed Work. aorcerles strive to wrest from the
MarIhal Arew yesterday succeeded future the secret naturally nearest to i*-
oI rweoveriag a handsome diamond the human heart the face or name of
rig which bad been stolen the first the beloved. For the sternest of sasats
of the week from Mrs. J. F. Hill. He cannot prevent the world from keeping
at ones respected a little negro girl Immortally young, and the birds will -
by the same of Nasmie. after having go on mating on the fourteenth of
been told of th elrevPetinre'. and February In spite of all the decrees
after working on her for several days of the Church. M RAI
and threatening her with Im- L
priasoment she owned up to the Keep your eye on the want ads. L K
theft sad delivered the property to the There may be something advertised
marshal. which is of interest to you.

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-A wenam in A I*tO esmeue Dr. Pierce by let~.
*w. All .oorvespgmdence sriedy private md Sacredly
--' 1tlo. Write without fear sad without he to %WWoq Me
Wal Aueec-Inse, R. V. Pierces M.DI., PressAs..,Be",N.*NV.Mo
y Too a -01a bhok do#awiteall about 1Us-sme's discs..sead bw o
thenoftIvesoi, tond 21 one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce to Pay eest of
OSsand he will sMod you a five "T of bi.grenalt tMcs.gi..paoal mh
Caean-Sum SnowMedical Adviser-revised. ,up-todase edit.., i a.per MG
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STrik SSeStit4 Whkch
Marveleos by
Pl w m the Affair.

of local enthusiasts
S shooting exhibition
sotrm nipart of the city
S t residence of Hon.

was given as an ad-
I e for the U. M. C.
which are han-
by the BaIrd Hard-
ad the affair was ar-
H permao l supervision
1 M the representative of
wh0 travel Florida and

was given by F. E.
ir&. Butler, nee Miss Ar-
d started with shooting
J Wi piee, of a potato held
ij a stick. the clipping of
j4pos b held between the
l ani order, and the piere-
Sof bearts also held in
S| m balls, thrown in the
ebsam with ease. and the
Oiwna Mattered before they
t~ t eand; doubles, triples.
NAd quintuples also being
SltWa set. bits of coal. wal-
k a bras discs and the like
W 1i t penales, "pee wee" mar-
a$ t3 cartridges all so small
Oe Could hardly follow their
S go ly evidence of their be
b h- a whisz, puff of white
V a~lsiktoe of each of the tar-
do order named.
a) mg the great penetration of
-- hB-power rifle and steel
b Lt. square of armor steel
$ibond aI the air. and to demon-
9i esploaive force of the mush-
lI a can of tomatoes was shot
*m |MM of flattened tin being all
^Msd after the contact.
SMidwoer shooting Included work
St wails and In various posi.
m wel as by the aid of a
at both moving and stationary
a whole chamber being put
a lying tin can before It
the ground; a tin can being
e r the ground by repeated-
It with glancing shots upon
J ua work Included shoot
double and quadruple tar-
Og ntms being used, and a
wiMthw the automatic shotgun.
1 a 0s thrown Inward from
M- of fifty yards; the climax
l3 ai shooting two balls whirling
ad of a string; one while leap-
kW backwards, and the other
1 g and turning in time to
Mt before It had made a con-
ib dlde. Two hours' time was
Il84, and from first to last there
Mt a dull moment.


S111 Subject to Call of Pres-i
dent, Who Is Absent.
s e ial meetting of the C('it)
called for Thursday night wa
i i hod. owing to the abe'ncef- ofi
Sf.10 members and Pretsidd-nt hands
- ballmb s sof great importance was
"trasacted It aas dele-nimd Ie t
.il Menmbers be ipreselnt
eatingg was called by the mayi
~~Whw desired to dicth' th. liro
M to Ceo iil.l tph.| I- i.ligK of \\..-
,B Sltreet. aid to take. hitsne a ^^81O this imiportait matt,.r at

Sthe people want now Is to Usee
% tstarti, a.s it has bwen te itt'

LAXATIVE litMO Quinlue
[ 4li Druggitts refund moniy if
to 10cure. E W GRO\VES iig
l B ft each box. .-c.

Tryin to Locate Daughter.
A-. A i 1j I sI .

i l Lol tl -r i. i f .. f' r.
f 'A I I I II ,, 1 I

e mleft hi-a 4 ith Otai.a a I
i- psulaL Hur 1* about



Weeping Eczema Kept Spreading
on Little Sufferer A Score of
Tretments Prove Dismal Failures
Grateful Father Tells of

"t give me grt plaure to express
my daee gratitude in apprecateos of
the a bened
that the Cut a soap
Ointmet sd Rsolvent
did my MHtl boy He
had am awful rekh all
over his body atnd the
doctor said wt was wma.
It was terribto and umd
to water awfully. A0y
pt-a the watlr weat
would ferm amoth seMM
and it would In r
crusted. A soum er a'orem
ph bfalled utter
orto to remove the
trouble. Then I was told
to use the CutiCura Rme.-
dies. I ot a Cake 4f
Cutkaria Soap, a tbox Cucura Oint-
nwet and a bottle of Cuttoura Resolvent.
ad bforwe had mud halfthe Resolv-
t I Icould m a eban in him. Is
about two moath w entirely wellU.
Whbm eMople n they mk,
*What did you gt tocure your baby?'
and all we an say tie' It was the CMui-
crurs RemedIes.' So m us Cutikure wiU
alwaer have arm and warm friends.
OeMtw F. Lambert. 13 West CentM
St.. ,aanoy City. Pa.. Sptmnter 26
ad November 4, 1907

Rely Cutkicra Rmedes*.
Moilions of the world's bet pop m
(utwras oap and Cuticumr Ointmnt.
aiuatd., whn essary, by Cuticura
t,.ivpnt (liquid or pill.) for .nv-
ing purifying and beautifying theW kin.
for ewman. irritationms and nflamnma-
tihn., for clkmning- th tlp of crusts.
malmw and dandruff. and tLhe topping
of falling hair. for baby rashes. itchin
anm ehaflns. and many sanative, anti-
septic purpose which rvedily s*uget
th vuee to women. s well as for all
the purpose of the toilet. bath and
aurwry. Guaranteed absolutely pure.
C('rws amp OWe 1. omeM S (M ). al.
erf3 la*s cb fSfmpI n e ole
rWJm 1. Me a-,nu t k 14410 we Dm-



SACRAMENTO., Cal. Feb. 12.-
Moderation oa the part of legislators
and an evident disposition finally to
dispose of all measures relating to
Japanese and other aliens characterls-
eA yesterday's session of the Legis-
Adopting a suggestion by Gov. Gil-
lett. the Asembly voted to appropri-
ate $10,000 to defray the expenses of
a census, which shall show the num-
ber of Japanese in California and the
pursuits In which they are engaged.
The statistics are to be used in con-
sideration of future legislation pol-
xibly Involuing a request by Callfo.nia
for an Aeiati1 extcluaths act.
In the Senate a resolution by Senat Marc Anthony. providing for a biM'"
c.al elet-ction wherein the others of
California might <.x|Ir'sa th<.nowul*'M
o01 the' MuliJc( of Asi atic Ininigratili.
a.i.n d, f.ate'd bh a vote' of "'2 to 12
Tlie r<'.Iort of ttht C(onmmitte',' on
,. i'.t e C*('o1aiiiiunlriiationi ad'eltilng
agtli.-t 1 siI aniti ali-'n ,legl'latlioli at
thi~ tian. had te.n miade' thhe hi 'lial
ord.r for toda> in th<. Senate'. but its
niitidieratiol ,f *rder and h1ie miatte r irotbatably will
not l, again rev.I. d

Whether from colds, heat. atoman'h

or nervous troubles. Capudine will
relhe you It's liquid ple.aant to
take-acts immediately. Try it 10c,
25c and ',s wat all drug store

Useless Prayers-
Ali a 'rh.t--t' it ,r,,oii.er 91i5 f

fill to. 4-1 eW I % % .1 I I. c l. U ~*t'

It. I. 1, i' It, h S, I a'1'S( ~! .
~, r ii I i.. it ,'Jrt. I 1pu C L I~

Buu **%%at ads bring r,-ults

on April 13, 1 I If elected I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the
oelce without fear or favor. I re-
specttully solicit the ote of all. Ir-
respective of party ahllatim

C. R. Kluger. the Jeweler, 1060 Vir-
ginia avenue. Indianapolis. Ind., writes:
**I was so weak from kidney trouble
that I could hardly walk a hundred
feet. Four bottles of Foley's Kidney
Remedy cleared my complexion, cured
my backache and the irregularities
disappeared, and I can now attend to
business every day, and recommend
Foley's Kidney Remedy to all suffer-
ers. as it cured me after the doctors
and other remedies had failed." J W.
McCollum & Co.

City Registration Notice.
Notice is hereby given that the
regiatratiotn books of the City of
(ainesvillelw' will 1wM open at my office
in the I' U land office from February
12. 1~o9. to March 13,. 1909. Hours for
registration from 9 a ma to 12 1n and
from 2 'p it to 4 'p ni. hear aiI mind
that re-Kltratlion in the county alone
dtu,- ntot iititi,' you to l)ot' in the
city electionn, o if you are' not already
re.ittere-d in the clit" hate your naime
plla, 'd on iIll iemikh at one'*
('lCl ('Ierk aud Tr,.asurer
( sali ll i Fla "'Feb 6 1i t.0

Pneumonia Follows Lagrippe.
iu-.untlioiila often' follow lagrilpIm'
but ite ver follows tihe use of olle-)>
ilili4-y anld Tar. for lagrilp,' e'oulgh.-
.antd 4 *- -- at. d 4->ldi| It* fune any but
th.* KgI.u 1Uit In thle >)t llo i*pakagK
J W Me(C'lluin & CU

A l.itl' iut .a l ill at, i ,pl i
pigx 1%. ilt'

~ iraapa iIIt dICCS ht i&timluLAC. It dlWSrInOt
Iaake you fed b.ik ".t t.tiaW.sh"asevcr the next. 'I'ttrq
La a dO I~ ~ ~*t. rm thcae aift.~vnS


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Work to Commece and Suilding
Made Ready as Soon as Peesible
by Railroad Company.

Material Is now arriving daily for i i B -
the building of the new and com-
modious warehouse of the Melon
Growers' Associatlon and F. D. Warn-
er. located near the Seaboard depot.
In speaking of the new building Mr.
Bullard Informed the reporter that it
would be completed nla ample time for --
the heavy rush of the cantaloupe IlCoTC.
business from this section. and would
prove more satisfactory than the old
buildhla being constructed along ape- g _f --
cial lines for their beeef t.
The new building will be construct- E
ed of galvantied irom and will not be 0
so liable to catch Ire as the former
The building will be used exclusive-
ly by Mr. Warner and the associa- A Bla
tion, he having charge of all their- Si
business interests In this section.

Fer City MarshaL f
To the Voters of the City of Gane-
am a candidate for City Marhaal.
for re-electio on April 13. I have
served the people faithfully and 91
clently, night and day, and my record
is open for Inspectio.
If my service during the past year
has been satisfactory I ask the sap-
port and vote of each and every citi.
sea who is qualified. I can only
promise the same service as I bhave -
endeavored to give In the past.
Yours for order,

I take this method of Informing the
public that I am a Candidate for City
Marshal at the election to be held on -- n
April 13. 190I 1 respeetftlly solicit
the support of all voters., irrespective A, r .Fn 3
of party afiliaton, and promise to* w, F*
faithfully and Impartially discharge Steam Heat, Oas and E
the duties of the oee should I be Located.h Se
elected. Respectfully,
CHAB. C. WARREN. W. 1. lTEL mp W

I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the olice of City Mar- *II E
ahal to be voted for at the electWin


r For OI

~.' 4


irie Giarsunteod





Is a familiar item IS
the newspapers. This
s, should 1.e a warning to
thlosei who have pro-
(*rta-tinatedl not to tak0

1iit i P"'cy wiatiait is
lil(' S that the
i.,mavread lill Your

Iit, IAlc tof the' bad

It pays the farmer to plat only the bos. W ts
question not of "how cheap," but d "how od."
a aum bu asdhI hi a
We am now bookim adle os fr M dd other smdL& WO
will be lad to edl yoa prim a mVa-.





Fire, Life and Accident 1"1

Fire Company

Too Late to Save the House"


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on- etsee" t fPmlsem.in

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Gas hew e m a mowew"wihte seth.
#w obo bwyews ml II isld
domMI n&of uspidml mull"
aestd My AW OwiA
&meta ==lw*" bwma"b"e

hdRIevw bm bme SOmet h

i- I
3,. Sm 7K fdog

7in lef- wry wa" mlallun
.&Whem I ageupwin owe mwning
to W""l sh saw ams =an h isgot my
b"Odeml Mdow.
oft @be kf- with S W7 weak,
gg p WeommM fgdt ts y osismas,
via& it A -&. VA& d
W" I IM4 U- o o
ftoe'sa I mea
wilb vg"Syf &We oimp ELm
"1 IOmly bdsd dIm give PwrmS
Aft UAMSIbg thugs s I was em-
omdysomL. Imaw$speak Isntm.
bob f Wme ofyewr vmlerfmldisevw
4 =vkagqm by -he
1mm tougM---m~Oh

FM iff 4M

r W ADO WSF NGa Co.. Feb.
ML- cawe S Amernss elk from
ho aimii ate 1 whieh has overtakes

= sMtb ar ms rs of the B. P. 0.
1 to mmhe eatthe present session
uS r tSo ore-td of an elk pre-
inSlMe smatha earner of the
TeBwataem Natias Park. Most of
the wid eft u aIs existe an al
L. salaI of coulersade Springs, Cel,
aa banm ttod to every lodes a earn
00a1:1 1ask1 the adoption of
resmalnm argian apon Congress this
action. The crusade is the result of
refers whihh ganled e"iaulatloa a
few years ago that the elk were be-
ag slaghtered that their teeth might
be secured for B. P. 0. B. emblems.

Wera OutW
That's th way you feel about the
IBmpB hea you have a hacking cough.
Wet' oaishneas to let It so on and
trust to lack to get over it. when Bal-
lard's HMrehomad Syrup will stop the
eoagh and heal the lungs. Price S&c.,
Me and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by W.
M. Johasou.
Sternal Fitness.
"1 aee a reUred kno.kabout come-
d am s going to buy a title and bava
eat of arma."
"Has be decided on aaythinglr
"I think he Is considering two slap
steks cromed over a seltasr lpboa."--
Pittaburg Post.
Hicks' CAPUDINE la the best reme.
dy --relieve the ahnlg and feverish
mess-cures the cold and resturte,
Sormal condlUons. It's liquid--efects
Immediately. 10c. 25c and 50c at drug
To Wkat Base Uee, E a.
Oe of our State street brokers re-
cetved a uolte fr'tu a custoucr bear
lag the cryptl Iiut,.ngv. *lltl hard Ill
art I. llne "h TurhinIl lt* theo p.i !
mage be read **N'%,. )14t1 'aul'" au
next iuwst iI,,i lAd i lr the ordl*r
Bust11 o Trutat ripl

A lasy li1er lead* to chronic d>
pepia and cunstipatimu a eakens 1 '
whole system IDunu' Regulete ( '
ceats p.r boa) current the liver. to'
the stmoiach, cure c uuUpaUa..



CHARULBTON. W. Va.. Feb. 12.-
The Craig local option bill passed the
Senate yesterday by a vote of 17 to
11. The measure provides that If a
county vote dry any city In that coan-
ty of more than .0WO population re
mains "wet" until said city itself shall
vote out salooms. On the other hand.
If the county vote wet. the whole
county shall be wet.
The bill now saw to the assembly
which has already adopted a reeoh-
tiom providing for the submlessom of
a prohibition amedmat to the con-
Si. Night Of t You Pleaswe oam.
amr mny tired fathers and moth-
e' iath tow eater this race every
snt earryiag a baby? And they
welder what the msaw is. canMes
u. the chld Is starvt-worm-- w are
eat amn of to fsod. Most eblndra
have wsre-o"rm needt. WhAite'
Oem Vernmfu Wfl get rid of the
worm e- str& em e Chdor. ime
M sees per botts. SoM by W. M.
hse ...

AD persons holding stock or having
dlahm agalast the Coatlaental Natlom-
al Buildlan and Loan Association, or
the Feraadina Building and Loan As-
seoiatio, are hereby notified to pre-
seat the said stoek or claims to me as
Specll Master la a cause pending in
the Crealcuit Court of the Elghth Judi-
cal Circuit of Florida. la and for
Alaehmg omnty., t Chaacery, wherein
H. C. Parker et al. are complane9ts,
and the Coatineatal National Buildnl
ad Loai Asociato, and the Feruan-
disa Blilding and Loan AsOCiatloa et
aL are defeadants. and prove same be-
fore me, oa or before February 24th.
190. C. R. LAYTON.
Special Master.

Baby Hands
Will get Into mischlef-often It
mass a burn or cut or sealed. Apply
Ballard's Snow Ualdmat Just as aoos
as the aecldeat happens, and the pain
will be relieved, while the waund will
heal quickly and aleely. A sure cure
ftr asprla, re-matBm and all pains.
Pridt Me 6He and 9SL a bottle, iold
by W. M. Johnson.

Siss N. Nofto

i Piur m .

amD UNOm sacTIo0 a Or CAPTfrr
oMee in berejw rive ~at N. P Moore.
sreas. oa shx Cae rUeae No. ms.
haa maede ado. for tax ded to ima
la waleJ h lav ,d eerteao el-
brao.She ftolowtac des ib. pprty s&u
Mted la Alsebaa eonstr. FIorMa. towls:
0- acre la MN cor. of be! L ouf .. 6ec
*. Tp. as a.. a. Bu
The etm lad being amsed s theW dat of
she I-se or meb serUaeale Is the same
of Nu. Marsha sirkkand.
Ualme MM eersMeate shall be retemed
aooramu so la.. sax ded wil l li shares
esmhstSbtdayof Marcu. A.D ima
Waemo mj oftIl dgamsture atnd seal sh
he ISt day of Pebruan. A. D. las.

writes Mrs. Mary Hudson, of Eastman, Mi. j
my advice, which was, to tdn Oakerdi.
staying with me and was in terrible mlfy, b,4
f t eped hl her #M &ms --b


Rt Wil Help You
S &Last spring," Mrs. Hudson ooitinu~e, "
In a ak of pa The doctor did no good, go Ip
to tak ul. The iAhl dou helped me. Now
am in hatr hM than in three years."
girl and woman needs ardi to
ty, falling feelings, headache, backaee
=E*ma. A Cardui is adO
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To become identified with this bank.
matters require the CaKM Cmin-IM

Your finaa
attention wlah

this bank's officers give to its customers. Your be&
nees will be managed u-------l Md h Win l erd u ,

W. R. THOMAS, Prndent. E. D. TURNER, wiwer.

I G. S. Merchant & Co.

MNetoe amd Jsbbm ers

Staple and Fancy Crocerle
GralS, Gardeq Seed and Fertiliersm
agest market prite peM for Chiekene, Egs and eto- Praed-
A Com-pl so t ofK Hay. Con 0Oat%. reFar, B a.n. useaL 0
GSe" Meal aad Rye. We haadle only the Very et wgiad
at LoAewst Pr&en and guarantee mtidton aw&

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The Fay-Sheles Visible.


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Write leer i'ric"1, Tvrin, So
:.4 .4-t Flay St.
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T il ivs ( o x WILL N TI p 14: (; Ann; v I T 190

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soerrier Is thedCty. O
Vattpuled matm PGAue

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pd"- ,* *eve7 y ("Md M
Saim alt the mew of
w nM g 1sr M to Ar wil be
o ym a l "gt d she tr IrI.
g.-nforein unadw-as.
a-ge eemm h ue I at ahim e

llfligpe ISaUnel (Dbl.)
to lrlastfc tendency of
m wVrlan Pilodnot polls
Sothe Aantru ion ol~ a
j Mr. teacqulring by er-m
e .OW nadch1d1ing ad.-

Sjlaygrou a nds for chil-
S b thoa In charge off the
l oy u assistance to pre-

Sapesas tio, of course.
S why It should be
SnaMle and closely bu ilt
nmer places for children
W In our opinion there
SI ndMiana of that sort.-
Virginian Pilot says:
Sb mIespa.per. not yet for-
in the Analnias Club.
o heMr. Bryan the statement
Si mlor defeat be would
pNli ies and ent r the min-

hlanstiag the capacity for
n to aunnteries and de-
o andm penance the fag
lives. It Is a poor com-
tI hIsaves to postpone entry
ist Until the last card for
nt has been vainly
1t Desavors of a deathbed
$-$.194g2 a the cup of am-
p o hitter bottom and lpre-
40 tld o ith the dregs.
tRecord says: "The
oins receipts for the last
Vn 1trud teas compared with
O monrthe of 1907 show a
of r.190,242. There was dur-
S i time an increase in their
ITiune from tobacco of $l.-
The only decrease in the
I of spirits anrd beu.r may
gI attributed to hard tin,'..
I more potent cau.te is
S of*a 0 anti-liquor h\giklatiou.
i O n the Southt.rll S tates
Sbde bmre r e adily inferred
Of the icreoald cot..Unil tion
Sp Denied hisu drink. the
i walker may tsee-k olace iii
1 It Isui a courtlon tend,.ne)
r a new form of illdllKi
IO old ildu.ie'n', iltr l under
11 opium habit in dfft.re-nt
o the world here iiiuorel. ir.
ts Itan ue, Sbear e'- llmool to t)
hWel craving for iitoxiealltit "

> .* 1 1 ti l |.a 11 h yt..d .1 i .i "'l'hi .
m ade b) ti. ti a l t he Ain i i

b~ t sUIriKa, r,'illate o tie Iheat
hiss enacte-d re e'n etar 1. -. iut

k o the di ton 1 llal o f t he" i'10 -
W s ase d,, ci p e I t&. % I ,l I h ll

i 1 b as re t,. ,i. ,t I. ,c it t- ti jlica,
tis cncl ':." i Il I" h ,
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Editor Williammon. of The Jackson-
ville Ploridlan. Is of the opinion that
Telfair Stockton will be a candidate
for the United States Senate next
year against Senator Tallaferro.
Although there Is no positive an-
nouncement on the subject from any
one authorized to speak. It Is general
ly recognized that Mr. Tallaferro will
stand for re-election. Many people, in
this State are of the opinion that Mr
Tallnaferro has earned another re-
election and that he' is one of the most
Influential and effetit-e workers that
the State eter had in Washington. As
a "business Senator." he has not been
given to many words or to parading
himself In print as do so many of the
national lawmakers: but he has been
a quiet worker, ever keen to the Inter-
eets of his constituents. and he has
contributed practical Ideas to the
service of his people rather than flow-
ery langlnage to the pages of The Con-
gre.sional Record.
He that as It may. there Is little
doubt that someone will have the
temerity to enter the list against Mr.
Tallaferro. It has been all along the
generally entertained Idea that former
Governor liroward would be the rep-
resentative of the opposition-If there
Is any organized or substantial oppo-
sition In the case-but Indications now
are that the former Governor has
"enough" for awhile and will devote
his time and attention to other than
political matters. He is doubtless
content to rest on the characterization
given him by the writer In Every-
body's Magazine-"Prom Deck-Hand
to Governor"-without spoiling that
pretty story by a probably unsuccess-
ful attempt to step even higher..
Whoever runs for the Senate against
Mr. Tallaferro may expect to experi-
ence a most strenuous campaign, for
the people of Florida have their eyes
turned toward practical results more
than ever before and they are going
to ask themselves seriously and
thoughtfully if the offered successor
Is capable of "doing things" with the
facility and the success which have
attended the career of the present
The Tribune trusts that the State
will be spared an acrimonious, bitter
campaign next year. We had enough
of this last year. We need time to
grow in more important and more ac-
ceptable lines. Tampa Tribune.
Governor Blroward made the attempt
to step higher-and failed. But it is
generally conceded that he will again
become a candidate for the Senate in
1910. whether Mr. Telfair Stockton is
a candidate or not. It is not at all
likely, however, that the people of
Florida will commit the folly of dis-
placing Senator Taliaferro with either
Hroward or Telfair Stockton. The
latter is a gentleman for whom the
editor of The Sun has the highest re-
spect and most kindly feeling, and
though he is reputed to have sufficient
of the filthy lucre to scatter Afty
thousand or so over the State and
not in the least impoverish himself
or family, we would dislike to see him
become a candidate for the Senate.
He would not cut any figure In the
race and would simply not get a show
for his money. It would take a man
who has demonstrated his ability to
do things to defeat Senator Tallafer-
ro. and he will have to be a resident
of some other section than the East
Coast. too. If both Senators are to
continue to come from the Atlantic
side of the State, then Senator Talia-
ferro is lIy long odds head and shoul-
ders ablove any man in that section
who has so far bet en mentioned for
Senator. lihe has shown his ability to
aecon llieih re-sults arid thi. i. what
will Influe-ce' the lkemnocrats of F'lor-
ida in (choosing his tiuc.'.sor If ('Conl
i ec.las lil S marknaat doec not decide
to) 'lea-lsuirie sword'" with S.-nator
Taliaf'.rro. the later w ill e' i |i.t 4In
n' Iit'e'ee- C or

We', find it, other- !lihat for whiil h
.* .'**e k If Sc look for lit,- baid Ate
fln id t. aid if ~,e lo4,k for lth,* g'od
we* ti nIl that al'o To,) -e,..k the- first
I.ad l tI, o rti U-.i i. I i tl ,l-trui- .A h l ( nIliV
I sii. to s.e'k tlhel other I. .r iu f h ler
. Id roimrl lte--' ia.lt fr riiied-tI, aind

Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
as i .er men-il of .-I 11il aild thel w h hole' t,' ii helln lt* ii rinlg it
tint rouu h thte ltAn"i'." srurfd.<- arti'l- h uhiitld lic ,. r i,"- U .I tc --i't
c 1 1 pi r e. r i p i 1. lt II r. e ct r l* U a -l h e t 1I
l.iti'r. a. < .lie il a gt e. t il :II .1 I-
;t i folld to tht' good )uu u i t "po--'ll)
;el ri '. fre m thl, i, l .U 11 ('a'. f rri
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cessity of being compelled to go often
through the day, and to get up many
times during the night. The mild and
immediate effect of Swrap.-Ret is
s on realized. It stands the highest be-
cause of its remarkable
health restoring prop-
erties. If you need a
medicine you should
have the best. Sold by
druggists in fiftyv-cenat
and one-dolls, sizes.
You may have a sample bottle aent free
by mail. Address I)r. Kilter & Co., Bing-
hanton. N. V. Mention this pa ler and
remember thelnam, e.lir. Kilaners awaamp-
kit and the address, hi ghamton,
N. V., on every bottle.

* A.Lr'C;

WASN~beiHTO#. D c


Th. I'hilade lphia llArer Ilndeplmnd-
ent I -a *- Thai stale old Joke about
haldnerse l.intg the result of early pi-
ety has a n explanlation In the fact that
the fathers of the church when they
rast about to devise some distinguishb-
ed mark for the holy man could And
no better syvmhol than the tonsur.
Men of action are nearly always bald.
Julius Caesar. In deference to the
prejudices of his day. wore his laurel
wreath In such a way as to hide the
hald spot that decorated his. sublime

The Eoet says that in the springtime
the thoughts of young men and maid-
ens 'lightly turn to love" But the
profusion of valentines with their
sentimental verse. their cupids. ar-
rows. hearts. doves. loveknots and
other emblems. shows that tle ardo-
of youth does not wait for spring.

Congress seems to have the art of
doing nothing pretty fully developed.
So far this session It has dome little
but mark tin'e, but It is safe to say
the members will have no scruples
against drawing their salaries.

The annual meeting of the Florida
State Bar Assocation, which con-
venes at St. Augustine on the 19th
and 20th Inst.. is expected to be the
most successful meeting In the his-
tory of the association.

President Taft will have his hands
ful during his administration, and the
country is fortunate In having a man
of his calm. Judicial temperament to
deal with the Cuban. Japanese and
negro problems.

The cock and bull fights that Ag-
ured so conspicuously In the celebra-
tion of Cuban Independence do not In-
spire much hope for a stable govern-
ment and prosperous future.

If economy were more often prac-
ticed in the high tide of prosperity
there would be less poverty In the
low tide of business depression.

Seven candidates have announced
to run for the place made vacant by
thpdeath of Representative-elect E. 8.
Forer of Calhoun county.

Thanks to President Roosevelt the
littAl Jap can continue to attend the
same school with whites and negroes
in Callfoitla.

It remains to be seen what disposi-
tUo Mr. Taft w0 make of the Crum
that Senator Tillman has passed up
to him.

i Wna* Im 3m1

now to Std
Pill a bottle or comms glam with yew
water ad let it tand tweaty-four bows;
e a brick dust sdi-
meat, or settling.
strangy or milky

healthy condi-
tio of the kid.
quest desire to
.-^S*S w pare it or pail s
the back are also symptoms that tell you
the kidneys and bladder are out of order
and ned tten tion. o
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressd, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the geat kidney remedy,
fulfills almost every wish in correcting
rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys,
liver, bladder and every part of the urinary
passage. Corrects inability to hold water
and scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use of liquor, wine or
beer. and overcomes that unpleasant ns-


Tickets on sale February 28th, March let, 2nd
and 3rd, final limit to reach original starting point
not later than midnight March 10th.
For further iunormation, reservations., cal l on sa.M T1hos
Agent, or write
A. W. FRITOT, I)Ivision Pamoger Aemt, Jackeaarve, Mla.
Pamwenger Traffic Manaer, General Pam. Amst,
WiIDin"too, N. C.


lattice i'o'c 1,1114 NEW V ORK

'Ill 81:.1 t: 1(Il F'l.tillI' \ I.tIMITEl>- olid Pullman Vesti-
hetii. tfrauil <.i,'i- ie i ,f I',.I c ('ltub Car. Obseb ration Car and
I' lllieait iieiic I .r Ite '. i Cit' y atid HI Augustillne; Pull-
i it1 (111 ipa11 t tir' 1 l- t (i I t 0 t.. e Jersey 'Ity and Palm Beach;
I'. in..'t1 Ir. I IitI e a tI i %tee4 in Jerse-y City a& d
S -tiht. i h titand MNI lr I.iasii' St AugustIae
1 15' p iw atd latrksccnu lllt I 21 n ie l.ti. rx* eit Sunday.
For full Information and sleeping car rearvatileon ell e
any Agent Seaboard, or *rite S. C BOYLSTON, Jr., AasitaMat
General Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fiorida.



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In Which a Reint of Alachua

hb Aware a hamiful Hward

Certificates Vaid t S35.0

The Sua sh Sifo Piim Ce.,

seadtti f The R. S. Hmarl

The Cntest t o e CoIucted by

Behalf f Bds & Saf rd. :

One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be
raiding in the County of Alachua who re
number of votes between December 15th, I
April 15th 1909 : : :

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In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
om a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be dl
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:
T.o af & *M o M f te 6db o yoW dineN m fo adf r...... 4. 2M
To f sm i s ft"Mr a W r, fr ...... ... 17
To it i rNMm t t h iMt eb, a MW fw ue fw....... .- $S1M.
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anyone
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the piar
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects thr-
to will be given each of those tieing.

How and Where to Get
fl- --w Votes
The following merchants will give one vote
dor every cent paid into their establishments for
goods which they handle:
The Galnesville Hardware Co.
Ptifer Broe.
Hyde A Tench.
Where Vtes May Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found In the establish.-
mesat of the merchants giving votes and at The
Sfn oSice. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the Voting Contest Department of The Bun.
Oae*svule. Florida.

Rules and Regulatimo
1. The contest is open to anyone lital b
Alachua county b ho is known by the condadM
of the contest or vouched for by btime rtptah
person, to them well known.
2. No employee. attached or relative of the P
prietors of the abo'e-nunmd firmp, are ellgibh e
participate in this contest, and atill articipal
so manner.
3. In the event of a misunderstandlng betv*,
candidates or others interested in th i cOW
such controversy may be referrt-d to the S0
ductor. of contest. who ,aloue are the pere
qualified to render dec' tP"-4.
4. In the event a candidate d,.cides to rl
draw from the race, such candidate will a
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of 536
candidate Is the contest.

$1.26-Thre months' subscription ..................... 400 votes 100 W11
$2.50-Six months' subecripuon..... .............. 1,000 votes 1,200 vo
$5.00-One year's subscription ....................... 3,000 vote 3.500 viW
For a club of five one-year subscriptions (before April 1, 1909). 25,000 votes 30,000 vW
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1). .25,000 votes 30,000 Vo
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$1.00- Out year's subscriptiouu . . 4 00
For a club of five one-year subt riptioni .......
'1l i,. i- ,, lim iitt l 11 w l,, r f l.l .,. i t,. -t u .t ,, "\ r,'
Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distribtln votes is undesired by tb*iJF


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Gainesville, February



. w w w w T. wmemmummmmm 1wmmWmVmT V@w@awewewIn

was to ancient Ron thli Chauitaiu..1 -:i1
edc State's of America. iith thel dif'r. ne*
a one Forum while in America alnmot org
are In active operation in all Iparto of
e number is rapidly Increasing as the years

People of the villages. hamlets and country-
Sd of great statesmen, orators and preachers.
S OV see or hear them without taking long
p, bhby means of the Chautauqua. the best and
alt the world is brought at insignificant cost
The Chautauqua idea is one of the greatest
forces in the country. The Inspiration
bgu Igde to the pathway and a lamp to the
which have recently swept over our con-
Susiale to the presence of the strong men
fearlessly on the Chautauqua platform in
-S B and the millions of people who have
a- ual meetings to listen to them have had
o awakened that they have demanded that
sr d tiestitute these reforms.
Movement is thoroughly undenominational.
B all ereeds and ,rartles commingle thought-
SThe Chautauqua is organized on high ground
ft appeals to the thoughtful and cultured.
some forms of amusement which are n-
with danger.
@4 in these strenuous days people feel the
gelom. Earnest people are hardly willing to
& atmion which does not bring them a little
a hsnce the phenomenal growth of the Chau-
SA Cbs tqua is a benediction to any community
l-e s. It appeals In Its varied program to both
ai b certain to cultivate high ideals of living
new management the Chautauqua for the
Ol-s- awr appeals to the cities of Gainesville
The program is the strongest and best which
ard, lad includes in lectures and music and
al very best which genius can devise or money
,MOat Insignificant expense fourteen days of su-
The holders of season tickets get for a few
nd eoqeerts which ordinarily would cost them
d ~gr. Every right-minded citizen of the com-
hft t this enterprise, which stands for things
d lofty, their loyal support ad co-operation.
days of supreme enjoyment and uplift. It
-lM d the good name of Gainesville, and will
from abroad who will come for the sake
r the present year is one of great strength
w11g. and is so varied that all tastes are certain
A ace at the rich feast which Is to be spread
ll which follow:
B OGLENN of North Carolina. The most
m ator since the Ume of Henry Grady. A
ieM things. Swept his native State for prohlbl-
Io his fight for the two-cent rate against the
A large-hearted Christian gentleman who
to all great reforms and whose eloquent voice
M have won for him a national reputation.
CORBELL PICKETT. the gifted wife of the
Ssett. whose charge at Gettysburg made him
1 is mt atchless fashion the story of the charge.
national reputation on the platform and is
St early sought for Chautauqua lecturers in

the famous cartoonist and clay modeler. He
in his artistic and novel work. It is the
and most artistic one-man performance on

RNEST WOODLAND. the well-known scientific
frtos aith him the most expensive apparatus
crowds the platform. During his lectures
and "Wireless Telegraphy.' two of his
9arss of brilliant and marvelous expertimasms
IM a number of years he has been the foesest
ia America.
MILLJm. for 20 years the most eagerly sought
tIctrer the country has had. A man of Infinte
Wle information. He is not only a strong ec-
rf 08me. It is not possible to secure a more polpu
S Wark ill be greatly enjoyed.
ISTIRLING HATTIS. the Dickens interpreter
il-alled i in his line Much of hi, work is done ii.
S he I0brings you face to face with the well know.
wbich Charles Dicketii. in his b dtrlres ha& made m
SL BIELK. a comitig m1:a of t;e' platform HIl le
O tch and hold the. crowds \hl hitiumiorous atu
kBI still an under current of good .umluad ptuliai ',oph.
g &all hib it'lecture~. Thle> are ilui ritng. helpful aIt

"& W. HOWELL. uoa ( tn.. Il Field 'l S.' '.>* ,f I ,
liSMovement A aianl f Iur.i- ab|il ., ,ii t rct
L^- sivinT all IInfortiatiahi tomer liIet.. l t t Ii 'tt .1.' 41i'
l _ad al lo aa ii' li itfil It, rur 1,. 111 .a 1
*--la w *ell in th,. Itablh wolk
SL4WO TI U tita l.etur.r w to li.I t,' .iT 4, -. ,* .
S 'hea UCfahln(,u ta l T... a 1' ;I r hi' r. i, l, i I i *"
lIn iu tu(h ithat w ill birl;1!il ;i .i1.*l I"i tt', I
L l)AVIItS(i ho fleo i h," \' i I i-
L: -itol uf all arrana d tihe. ',I i.i'. i, 1.
nll n* bie lr.t.e t diurillK It .. l ; e' .* I ? th lta
ll'l o. ur two of bli ,. r !H.icril.ti I I li a i ll tl* ,.
ig MAL. UtA'Tt"ITt A ..in. Dt .f "lttlii t '
h ae. b o th.ir w" ii all i.i.t" "! I 1,'

give UZ11lmi~ade~d Pat-!a' 14411 Ih I o I
luAtbL-lb,. uf 11%I lum4et -1t'tt I li'
~UII Aumor m.id Nlr. i r ileibe.) .
WA I Nt;er M Nud Iu: I- rt ,f C 11 1.

Yh~ I.e0k~a it-l1eiglitful z~~Jrlt t ir ,ICB-i
~ ~~SgVarlkA1'. lla., quArott- tb'in ithut .A 1-14t

"t'Rlkl 61%t! ie pleaing bartrtt) tu the i.I.4rdlA IAU,

S. il!: .. ha.nrd fr-,'iiu-nitly in connection with the concern and
,," ; .' :,i K |lIwhe I 10 t '/.
.MRl VA.LiACK I1'lI'CE-AMI81URY. one of the bett known
read.rs. ho is a whol.4 show in himself, with an orchestra
thrown in. lie I one of the cleve-ret t monologists on the plat-
forni. atId is particularly leasing in his French-Canadian dialect
Hii. ipror tce w ill bt greatly enjol ed
MRS. I)O1lISE MORGAN-AMSHIBRY. a lyric -sorano with an
exceptionally) tweet u,<..(, She ha, aii.,artd with success at
many Chautauquas.
GOS3S-IARTEI, ('COMPANY. Including W Roewrt Goss and
Miss M1 J. Bartell of New York City. They will be present for
a week. and each evening will contribute at least a share of
the program. furnishing preludes in connection % ith the lectures
when they don't give an entire evening. They have with them
one of the best and latest Moving Picture Machines. and have
a score of the finest Pictures manufactured, many of them
beautifully colored Many stereopticon views will also be given
Interpreting such well known creations as "The Sign of the
Cross." "Parsifal" and "Hiawatha. There will also be secular
and religious illustrated songs presented by Miss Bartell. The
strength of this delightful company cannot be overestimated.
They appeared at a series of sixty Chautauquas last summer.
and were said to be the crowning event of the entire season.
Definite educational work is not to be overlooked, and some
of the morning hours will be given to those things which will
contribute help to the thoughtful and the devout.
This will be in charge of Dr. W. W. Davis. superintendent
of the Chautauqua at Mountain Lake Park. Maryland. Great
Bible themes will be discussed. At the morning hour the key-
note will be struck for the day. and the Book of Hooks will be
magnified in all the work of the Chautauqua. Dr. Davis will
also have charge of the platform, and in his own good way will
Introduce the attractions from hour to hour and will give direc-
tion to the conduct of the Chautauqua.
This has become a leading feature with all well ordered
Chautauquas. For a week it will fill the mornIng hour. Two
enthusiastic and capable workers have been employed to give
direction to this line of work.
Dr. Carolyn Gelasel, who stands without a rival In America.
sill gi.e her helpful health talks to cover the first half hour
of the work. and the second half hour will be occupied by Mrs.
Minnie Emmons. who will present a series of cooking school
lessons with demonstrations.
Conducted by Dr. D W. Howell. General Pleld Secretary
of the Chautauqua Movemeet. who travels from point to point In
behalf of this great work. He is a superb talker, and will pre-
sent varied and Inferesting themes In his own taking way.
These themes will be outlined in the detailed program. All
needed Information covering the Reading Course will be give.
literature will be distributed, and opportunity will be offered
for enrollment In the Chautauqua Uterary and Belentifc Circle.

Tuesday. February 16th.
8:00 p. m. Opening of the sixth annual sesskm of the Florida
Winter Chautauqua. Brief words of welcome by Hon. Ho-
ratio Davis. Mayor of the city; Hoe. T. W. Stands. Prest-
dent of Board of Trustees; Dr. W. W. Davia. Platform
Superintendent, and other Chautauqua oacials. Anaomee-
ment of prominent program features.
S:20 p. m. Entertainment extraordinary, Prof. W. Robert Goss.
New York City. presenting the story of "The Sign of the
Cross" illustrated magnificently. Illustrated songs by
Miss M. J. Bartell. followed by superb colored Moving
Wednesday, February 17th.
9:3e' a. m. Biblical Hour. Dr. W. W. Davis.
10.3o a. m. School of Health and Domestic Science. "The
Great White Plague." illustrated by exhibits loaned b)
the AntiTuberculosis Congress. Dr. Carolyn Gelsel. A
M. M. D. Cooking School: "Diet" and "Character." Demon-
stration: "Soups and Fruit Nectars.' Mrs. Minnie EB
;:30 p. m I-ecture: "An Inierted Crown." Dr. I). W. Howell
Field Secretary of the Chautauqua Movement.
8 U I,. mu Lecture. "lien Hur." one of the famous stories ol
recent years. beautifully illustrated by stereopticon viewir
and Moving Pictures-Prof W. Robert Goss. Illustrated
songs by Mibs M. J Bartell.
Thursday. February 18th
,.3, a a biblical Hour. IDr \ W Davi%.
l" :;i u 1 School of Health and lkDomestic Sciencet "Fletcheri
zati i and its Res.ults. I"W Carolyn G'isel.l lDemonatra
tioni ti(ce. Ma.caronii. t'utle-t anid lDessrts. Mrs Knimuon.
:, .ai in, Lec'tur' Ke.(ital irni.- Americala Writ''.r in Pros'i
.iiles Vtrs W a\\i lai i tru Alt url ti Cl('i ;' IIIiil li
)Sol,,- .1r loin-' MuiirgIa Aiii-hur)
p i n I. S (' iliai l "l.d 'le "A ('haut au pt... .tir\
1ll 1) \\ Jlln\ I'
1 s. i 111 <;r;ind C( nit* rt itl,. M. al Qnuart ltt I it, ii '
.ti.il Ihi| r-i .l..t.el i '\ l' .ta. na d T I ld l l oll. ,i *',I li
,i'.tt. (; -: <. *ti ll ~ ,olu l. r lul *li allh I 'll 'i 1': I :
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Friday, February 19th.
I a'ilhie .l ilur lar \ V lhl iA,,
I'. ', t, ii S< tuxl o 4 *f iled lt ..iiil lni e.-'t Sa k si i Itbr
|i'.lillil. *t lif t i. Sfilck N\ l--ane" l1r (;,'.a- l 4'',oking
.S 1. ,1 'leinl S.tl-i- r I i l -ruliei.on An illiio|xrt lnl I.t oi
., it -,'.r e ~tiel futh noli ofe tIhe. liiaorc'tg li"c aniiitl t .illt -

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February 20t..
W W I ja I a

S, buul of A rfL.th anid Duwestic Scieuce

An import

ant talk for women only. followed by a question drawer.
Dr. Gelsel.
3:30 p. m. Grand Concert. Robley Male Quartette. with readings
and Impersonations by Bayard T. Robley.
&:00 p. m C. L. 8 C. ound Table, "Visions In Clay," Dr. D.
W. Howell.
8:00 p. m. Musical Prelude. Robley Male Quartette.
8:30 p. m. lecture. "Tramps Through Swftaerl d," Dr. W. L
Davidson of Washlngtom. D. C.. Ustrated by 140 111be
ful stereopticon views, many superbly eolred, t dew
by a series of remarkable Movig Pietures. W. Rebt
Sunday, February ta.
)esiring to co-operate with the chutrhes of GalMselto
every possible way. no services Inmi nmetim wl th~ o ChM
tauqua that will interfere will be hed. The Suday" Se- ad
other services will be held as usual In the ore be o |t uid.
A great mass-meeang will be held In the a ls S to
afternoon at 3 p. m.. to which all people are seM y hlt T.I
A free-will olferlag will he accepted for the, MBm
the Chautauqua.
3:00 p. m. Great Mass-meeting. Sermo. Dr. W. L DvMAbm .
Washingtoe. D. C. Speelal mnsIe by the Redo ly
Quartette. Special Chauta--a resposlve servim.
Monday. February UMd.
National Ho-day-Washtugtoe's Birthday.
9:30 a. m. Biblical Services. Dr. W. W. Davis.
10:30 a. m. School of Health an Doimme s Selenae. fi
Treatment of Dyspepsia" (with d Imm1r:1-l). Dr. OmbeL
Cooking School: "Salads and i1 .6l- deS m. Msm
mom. Demonstration: "uMechsMa. Diasr. t
Vegetable Salads with their ascomspamyleg ignel ."
3:30 p. m. Reading: "Nicholas Nickelky." DskbVm Is-
story. Mr. William Sterling Battis. ChiCa, I1.
8:00 p. m. Lecture: "*The Uses of UlgN es," Do WMt MEw.
Philadelphia. Penn.
9:30 p. m. Illustrated songs sad Movig Pctres, W. e bat
Goss aad Miss M. J. BartelL
Tweedm. Febrarty 3rd.
9:30 a. m. Biblical Hour. Dr. W. W. Davis.
10:30 a. m. Final session of the School lof Neeih l I D
mestic Science. "Nom-Alcoholc Medalehm Why (diema
station. Cooking School: "Feeds sMnes fr Me
Growth and Repair of the Body. -s-manet-: "Nsemdt
Croquettes. Various Preparations f Beame. Pas
Nuts." Mrs. Ummoas.
3:00 p m. First appearance of the fmees whatlsr ad easnad ,
Miss LeaI Walbridge.
3:30 p. a. Lecture: "The Straugers Within Owur Gts o V
S00 p. in. Whistling solos. Miss L-As Walbgi- e.
: 15 p. m. atertalament Extur0 dlmary: 'Lb ntraepsy eM
Dickens." 4 doses great characters hlerMsNsald i so&
tame Changes made I the pregseae nt the mm .
William Sterling atus.

"Oever Glem Da."y-
9:30 a. m. Biblical Meo. Dr. W. W. Davist
11:00 a. m. Leture: "The Art of SG g T6M WIt
Lowther. DwiglXt Il
3:00 p. LReading ead whiasag slo0s, MISSI. tegWef
3:30 p. m. Leoe: "he Sth its P ims mil I w
Governor aL B. ILsma of North baels. One of e
great orators of the Seth. The madftwm w be
crowded to the doRrs.
8:00 p. m. Wbistfg solos. Miss Leas Webris.
8:15 p. m. Lecture: "Absolute Sero." Prot. nmls Wo
land. Roebster. N. T. Platform ascrdew d with speade
apparatus. Lceture to be s seempaded by e Om a
score of brilliant experiments. The etetM
feature of recent years.
Thursday, February th.
9:30 a. m. Biblical Hour. Dr. %. W. Davis.
I 11:00 a. m. Lecture: "The Missis of the Poet." Wit L.wi r.
3:00 p. Concert. The Lady Washlam Quaostt. ChMl-.
3:30 p. m. Lecture: "Wireless Telegraphy." Po. L J. n. Wee
land. Delicate and expensive apparatus used. A 1heWs*
edge of this great discovery will be eeWred to yen Wrh
can not come from the reading of bhesn Mdl
articles. A lecture ye Caumot mi d to mis.
4 00 p m. Concert. The Lady Washiaagto QuMNstte.
S:;o p. m Lecture: "looking Human Nature ln the Face."
Ross Crane. the famous cartoonist ad crayem artn S
One of the rare entertainers of tue platform. Multitd"
of pictures draw in the presence of the audience. Clever
musical btunts at the piano, together with a marvelous
dilailm> ina lay modeling.
Friday. February 20th.

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loll I' Ii 0 iiiteslof tol thiA fa:iiju l. I.ad Washingtou nQuartette.
l p li tire. hirr.h I O)lltiher See lUs." Ross Crane.
wilti i.' 1I. % i' 1 a 1 -k- '' I.,- atid cartons, together with
lwond.ieril (Cla, eodtelllixg
l p :I' p 1 ;l" 1 i1it4.- <- " :;i p i I'i I 1 ai eThe- latill.tt o ;,l-tt* tburg. Mrs la Salle
(' t6il 'i I'li k. it %wif. of (;et I(;iei)rKe (. Pckett One of
It Iimo t KII'e-d wtlii-ome i i the pJilastorm. who will tell of
i Lket 't .iiluius ( lis large
Saturday. February 27th.
*i ,, i lt I lical IHour lir %% \V li ls-s
'l o p tii :e.0 tiatnilill- '.tlih the Il.d1) WatLhingtuU Quartette.
S#.I p 1e I.e-4-tur, lieitaui;.ter miid hSunishine," Dr. S. I. L Bk.
' ite p ie ;rraiiid 'Cit rt, Thie ls.ad. Wahblngtou Quartette.
8olor. aslied Itd llI,K
Sunday, February 29th.
A fliitag closi o- to, Lth gr>ai Chaiutauqua in the aftterutooi aina
m* ,-tliigK Set i irtP a ill ie held as usual ItI the city churches,
but an atro'riini r, liKioua guatheriiK og f all deliouilinatioes
%ill g>il'e' *Oii'ii.ri tl o the ieliglous t('l i shich ith Chas.
LaiuIUA. l 64-L' b1itI et- to Cultitate

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lorwitmed resmajeotisicerst b I
tQuartut- t~Guod 1#) v va uuds

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Electric Theatre tonight for a good
ist of moving pictures.

A nice veal for today at Fagaa's.
Phone your order early.
Cedar Key oysters, day and alght,
at Rutherford's Restaurant.
Bryant Robinson of La1ll was among
the visitors to the city Friday.
E. M. Thomas of Starke was among
the visitors to the city yesterday .
J. S. Goode returned yesterday from
Tamp'a. where he has been on bust-


Miss Willie Mae Mclntosh. assist-
ant in the Martha Perry Institute at
Rochelle. arrived In the city yester-
day on a visit to relatives.
Cures baby's croup. Willie's dally
cuts and bruises, mama's sore throat,
grandma's lamenes--Dr. Thomas'
lEitrI. Oi-thek reatesAt hasehnold



nest. remedy.
W. C. Houle has gone to Crystal Bananas-rresh car arrived last
SMa t latherOW rde'$River. where he will visit for a few Saturday. but ust now getting nice
days. and mellow; 10 and 16 cents dow.,
r yesterday for a short Mrs. G. R. Zetrouer of Roch. lle war or 75 cents bunch. Phone 223; free
among the shoppers visiting the city delivery. 1 T 1 If
tbNder meats today yetterdsa J. V. Deaton, the commission man L
16 guests register at the Brown of New York. is la the city. He has
d River Styx was in House to 1 at other places. That tells just returned from the Sanford sec-
Lt the tale.-Adv tion. where be has been soliciting WANTES
Mrnl at Electric Thea- J. 0. McGriff of High Springs. the egetablea. WAT -Mr b A
Pa. marshal of that place, was a visitor Dr. J. D. Watkins of Micanopy. Ws LaterUnion Telegraph eofe.
of Hawthorn is among to the city yesterday. cashier of the bank there, was la the -
b0 d ty. Opera House Fruit Store for be- city yesterday. He was en route to ef NT.
I l f pictures for to- uanas at 10 cents dosew. Other Aue his home from a business trip to At- TE
STesatre. fruits. Free delivery. lanta and JacksmvTle. pOR RrNTe -Ptve-e Voata. AI ahssl. a gs W m
| as 100. or 10 cents At 3:30 o'clock this afternoon the F. Smith and wife of Perry were ply m auberty treat. i
M*ML p n. preen to the children will be v among the visitors to th e vll r e 0 W ty yetr-
lf Cdll was a a t the Electric Theatre. day. While here they were the giet FOR RNT--ufnMhed rooms. mod t j OW W IS ID
Syesrday. Justice w. W. m of Hague was of W. M. Pepper and wile. Mrs S ith ern coneomvealesmces. Appl I the-aW -o1- "- ..
Syeterday Justice R. W. Smallsa sister of Mr. Peppe r. Seminary stre t. POi o S
E pld to MISS1e In the city yesterday meeting hls is siter Sr. l w | al s. Irtis W
Res tame rant large number of friends Cabba crates; U slats; two- ENT-rive-rm cottage e stie., are ~ wo te ea .
s resh meats of all Curtis Bros'. preserves and allies piece hed-- anufactm Mou r u l o t to square; city water. TH MANT SAM wT
Semr order with Har- are as good as can bt made. Try a standard of exceilnce. Ask oar elet k i t h_ _tokr ad _eU wnr *in_ W. Mam ea
f D re &ntom fod ml nrrsV & Co cal grower. Let uas book your order. wha_ *sA n a *is--
jar orde with H-uar-D

etU of Mclntosh was
6"n visitingt the city

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m~w~.d with VIS-
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jar oft uhem irom oU y %v.
Frank McDavid. a planter of the
Monteocha asectio. was among the
visitors to the city yesterday.
Remember we handle fresh gro
cerles and can supply all your wants
In the eaUng line. J. G. llarrold.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 2Zc. Sold by W. M. Jotason.
J W Patton left yesterday for Lake
City. He will be absent for a couple
of days to establish some land lines.
Agent Hullard of the Seaboard left
yesterday for Tampa. where he goes
to take in the sights of the' great fair.
Capt. W. G 8Shehet' of Iligh Springs
was in the city yesterday He in the
fruit and produce dealer of that Ipla '
T J S earing,-ii. the iia al tur.'b
and sa*miill n*iti ot Kaial|aha s.Aa.
iu thel illt ..v.- ,rdal;tI trA -'tin b ti

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rfrouna .Ow 411"1119 "so' amg ti
si*tor. tu tile tit) )catfer, fit-a&&
re'wupauled to) hissif, s ubocaue.
terus cahoii a 1.I&LA.&peatouu

Melton Lumber Co.. Mtcanopy, Pla. em aeme. w a' i
Attention is directed to the change __
in the advertisement of the Balrd
Hardware Company, which appear P SAL
elsewhere. They are tellin the pub. FOR AL-ood gentle horane ad
lic about Viacol for harries and aboes. A bo Apply P. O.
X. Ludwig. the phosphate minor of Bo o f7C.
Ttoga. was a business visitor to the
city yesterday. He states that he is FOR SALE-Very probic variety Sea
taking advantage of the dry weather island cotta seed direct from Is.
and mining considerable rock at bhi laads of South Carelaa. James
mines. Cheeast, Gainesville. F.. Box. 344.
The magnilcent Everett-Grand p1- .
ano that was used by the Bible Con- LOOT.
ference In the Tabernacle is for ale
at a bargain. Apply to A. R. Harper LOST-Two pointers; female brown,
Piano Co., 10 Main street. Jackson- leAlthr collar with brahl trimming;
ville. Fla. mal white with brown apots. PI
Foley's Orino Laxative cures consUt- commaniate U) The Son ose amy
patio and liver trouble and makes i|orFI.atioi e'oi.cming ame.
tWe bowels healthy and regular. Orino IDT O)u Thursday between I and 2
i* superior to pills and tablets as It ,p ni on ithl rock road going to I'ni-
does not gripe or nauseate. Why take ,.rhety. a black chinchilla tailor-
anything else? J. W. McCollum & Co mlades e.r 'ast The fnder by leav-
At Auction-Hoffman, the thorough. ig d al? ic* sa at this office' will be
lre.'d (e.r nuin Coach Stallion, ill be t,,. i.il*i i 1.l,' ,o
,mold at auction to the highest bidder
*, S.aturdav .'.bruar. "t ;* i*. at i' The Sune SIt oBe for calling care.

4 o4 infrow Ift( CLravi ford & Ibje% lb -
I ih! .A r~ar'- .4ic c'a t et- III .41 a tilit.
I *. .I**s' i"'. t .)r.g-t 41*. eAtte'

I )r A Ch(mii.'. hutorma~r) b urpeon.
.%,1.104 tA Oft)1I's aat (Crawfoird &
la !'. :4"t111e t% Iad solicit an aS hAre oft
I'.. pubdlit. i6ezAi1e-' lie. is a graduate
Of t~it' Kana. as N't. irinary Coljlege and4
Here to practice his profession
Calls ansbcrrtd day or night Htorse
lit-11tistry. cattle and dogs all receive
prompt a' 'ntloa.

Imbet,,4brr rsa %woet '.w4.'tforut iLMIra.
ertfih& t, lL. 4I gut WeIeVif~abseb n d
hod "'%t.'5w&4 toTweLbiass arlaewb.t 840SIr %W~
b~re'aI.co"Lb14b mTilt) eabot r la
bta t. uo IL. O a" hm~wlma asu~tJh CbLhjme
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Having npsiwd and ri mrrd -
Bakery, wa am pnpsnd to he
you exswllmt m-rvk. IHav or wa
rgn top at or door opeq morimg.

R. T. Khalar, Prop. PiMb II
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national Bank

Established Over Twenty Years
C('apital, $10(),(X).(i Surplus, i n: es(s(Mi. .)

....Y'e Solicit Your Business....

Jos. M. e Iasham, Prsm
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Th. children 111 ha a rnd W.e g REPORT O THE OoNITImON
time at the Electric Theatre this atf -o r -
If. A Ford of Palatka arrived In the
ci(y yesterday and will spend the next to. t.
few days here on hupIness. apPl to the W eO-nform d int At(Afsewlle. tbothtePlo ofiM ase
Honlm nice crisp (ainestllse grvcrn w of life aad are re ntial to pvmneSin (iJeOf INalmRs. V k. Is
cr.1.ry anhd other fine vegetables in I es .s d creditable taauing. Aori- a rsc*m
seaoKn can he found at Harro ldi A.^ OS, L d a ise am .............. 8M r
f you nt nytin In thr o ingly, it not claimed that Syrup o Fip (ivtar-fr. w -wrtda eW eN sM .. -ia
If you want anything In the way of oftheonly edy ~Sof t-o a "@ ie
illa* mU. Wx 0w to *Pears U. a D- t 130 111
v.al. mutton. pork or nice Ptall-fd .aw vae, tt oe Lat may m ~ .
hb.f. don't ,frget to call up Fagan. wh it he koest f peena ano family les t a5. .. .. .
Ilanana 10 cents dozen. and the s is the e I fact that it fisSeS
it orang in atown. Ora Houe laxatives is the fact that it elacs D, e tro I eum Iuss aMsa e re-
hept orangep In town. Opera Houne rve o eff .... ....... so B
aw"tens and relieves the internal orpans eW from a nse aaM Prtse "a
Fruit Store. Cavouras & Cardulles. and a ttin am me emiea
S.. .on which it acts without any drbtitatllag me Is" a ........... ....... .
Carload bananas. :, cents bunch, o. which t lets without ain dbt inU .... y t
ftsr effcts md without having to incr~e~asetv k rlmn mm I"s.
or Io and 1:, cents dogen. at the b ig afteb t d wmIthout mavt ....i- 4g
banana ouse N. Francisco. 'phone quantity fm time to time. eS tl ~Nte .l ... e
.:... It rts pleasantly and naturally and r Mr rem,
T W Shund% i..ft y-.tu.r,'n) for a truly a a laxati.e, and its component I3L3? a na T aTr a' 0Ar.
1t .te.r tr.p) ti)o ()tttr C('ck. wht're parts r known to and approved by 4 e"e1sem..0. aS
i,. I& iterf.stetd In large turpentine phySeiann, is it is free from all objetion- S e r s s wit U'. a rem
iinterist.. a4e substances. To grt its benocial u
.'edadnes M. J. 'Patterson and Hel- effects always purchase the pgenie- ...
rich have returned from a #ort but manufactured by the California Fig Syrup aa I- .....
pleasant visit to the family of Jesse Co., omy, and for sae by al teaISa drug c S
M. Shaw of Alactan. se ..... Y,-..... *. ::
If you want something ie try a S,_ms
C1 OChas. T. ales and wife arrived ye- S.. .................. iM a
fresh article as It is possible to make. t a ad w spend e t few e
roterday and wll spend the a*..tOMoe w a"... .... N
W S. Dorsey & Cweeks in this city. He is well ac- la ueOWMal an
Bananas 10 ad 16 events dosen or quinted In th city and has a Mumber rT auiaeaes **
75 cents bunch; get them while they of friends who are glad to meet him. ce.at.ee. ...t.e srooe-
are fine and mellow. N. Francisco, H J. M. Rivers has retrd from...... .... ..
phone 223; free delivery. Jacksonville. where he went to at- Tm e ............. ...
Miss Mildred Johnson of Hawthorn. tend the meeting of the Ant-Isalooam i ab ............
who has been visiting the Misses Fen- League of Florida. He delivered aa an diMe mand. .. ... in _
nell here for the past several days. address before the meeting of the Ra. .Sal......................... ....41MM
has returned to her home. iocatoB. c,, &a

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