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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 14, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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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: VID01577
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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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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GAIMYutLUJ FLORIDA, 8UNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1909


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"M timers" ma--de alurs to 1876.
Ithe a as may t our track grow-
M ew have to eated with.)
Jto- J. T. MIaee, either of The
Tipa osuadbal, was le oar *actuem
m Meaday Iast. (Judge Maghee was

mIe ae reeased Basemm from a city
jl ea a writ at o abes corpus isumed
by ad retanrable to himself. ealmng
that a rdnenat JudeM was a Wdge
whether s or out at prison. The
travel frm Tampa la those days was
privepally by steamer to Cedar Key.
ad thefee by rail to Galaesville.,
mat people preferring this mode of
travel to the old stage line via
BooksavUle sad Ocala o Gainesvill i)
The famtar faese of Messrs. Wolfe
ad ChampIain of Cedar Key lighted


Lb d egmoa M sa.) up mawtum last week. (Mr.
___ _.g -m *.l C-hamplah -l now reading at Jackson-
I 980 M Tm I e vMelable vIUe. where he has made much mouey
S-t d th ctUeem d 1sad is one of the moet prominart bustl
g o iokt am meant oo men.)


Gets LUfe Sentence


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NOW&. & C. Feb I.-The moaon
* O ials te est aWaleted gaa
.V It eJGM a walhy pblasr U
W". lter a aematamo al
Swe sI week tMe char of
m ded hisb beautiful wit*
Stryals ad4 which
a warl"t of guclty with
to mery. Was
b 4r Judge MN
Pmi ist weak.
gift ubiJen toaesopt t
mm iMamese he


Imposed. as another trial might reran
a hanging Joneo recrised his it-lt-
ence with composurv
Jons ais worth probably $loo Io
He is a one t)pe of pb)hical umau
hood. being aboutsix all *'tlo lu'he l,
in height. &ad wrIeghlig about L'40
Iound.. Hie cu posura- ndid i-arlitg
th"gheouat lth entire trial as. ,uMe
of the manels of those *ho sa" him.
but he nearly collapsed when the
verdict was auouunced aud has slice
beLa quite iU


Following is the standing of
candidates In the piano contest
shown by Saturday's count:


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3Besie Dupree. city ...... 682.740
Dorian Olis. city........676,2
Catherine Halle.. city.... 624.60
Florroe Strcklaad....... 30.02
M. Daughtrey. city....... 158.35i


Mary McCormick. city...
Namale Dicklmeon. city...
Alhm Posell, city .......
JaHu Carter, city ........
A. Gr Newberry......
Mabel ancshes. city .....
Jessle Evaas, city .......
A. Strickland. Waldo .....
Estelle Beal.. city ........
Annile Deville .........
Emma Hudson, city......
Elvens Stat. Waldo.....


Mrs. I. Ware. High Springs....


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Uase Sheppard. Bell....
Goldle Lambert. city.....
K. Carton, Miceaopy....
Mary Thigpla. city......
M. Perande. city......
A. W. Sargent...........
L Sands. Hawthorn....
Ruby Albright...........


71.160
63.755
47.640
44.875
37.910
31.720
30.080
22.1 95
21.570
18.190
13.285
11.430
10.845
5.906
5.655
5.490
3.795
3.620
3.285
3.150
3.080


NIVEBSITY NOTES


TO TRY THE COOPERS


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IVILLE. Tenn., Feb. 13.-Hard- paper reading is an undiscovrad
the Jury been completed ycE- and who is a close friend of Jeoa
In the case against Col. Dun. Sharpe. next quallfied The State eW
Cooper. Robin J. Cooper and who qualii
J. H. Lloyd. who quallfl4. aer
Sharpe than the State .rv- lived what he sw in a ewasmn
re that it might seek to asdn because once he read in one t a
the box. Tbts incident fol- certain grocer sold thirty poa M l4
wearisome day. Nearly 200 sugar for a dollar. When he weat to
n had been called without me- get the sugar the grocer told M a t
he twelfth Juror when sudden- was a mistake. Since then be gM
unexpectedly both sides ac- he did not believe anything i &l*
'Villiam Hows. a German farm durned papers." The defense sp.
ears old. ed him
alacrity. Judge Hart ordered Gray haired, gray whiasaCrd. wt
riff to bring the complete Jury face deeply lined, but erect and agaet
rt to be sworn. Then it was still. J. T. Horn. aged 65. oae of .
torney-General McCarn inter- rest's famous hard-riding cavalre-L
He raid he had information qualified as a talesman. He "pg
to Ahow that two of the men read the papers. but had formed -
th" box weie lucompetenl. 'pinlon.
formation, he explained, camn Col. Duncan H. Cooper. one of the
Sfr use before. He asked defendants, was one of Forrest's a.
turday morning to produce th filcers. too. but In spite of this the
such prool existed. State accepted Horn as a Juror. The
Hart consented to the dela) fact evidently aroused the suaanipe


The aalversary of lnedoln's birth- and the a-'e will be resumed thi of'fthe defense fwpa lengthy eonferem
r day ws not allowed to pan unnoticed mor:hng. Jude Hart auhovuce-d Fri- followed. Then to the surprise of e.
. at the Unverity. At chapel Roose- ,r. 'r'.ning that he proposed to get ,ryone. they challenged hi perem.
velt's euogy of Lincola was read. sad j f it takes another month. torily.
Dr. edd made a lfew remarks. Amoag W. A. 1'(ll, a firmer 50 years old. It was late when the twelfth Juw.
other thigs he mid that as the pas' who had not read a newspaper for Howa. was accepted and then mos
Sr by the war are s- twelve years. qualified, but was the announcement of the AttemW-
h*e fam of Lia and challenged hy the defense. A. G. Bur. Several, which caused an sarly d.
of Lee asee to h beenomlng rater ett. a horse trader to whom news. Journment.
sad tht eventually both 6t these lead- *-M,,
era would be venerated by the whole

students af m"kin prepared
Was 1-"=A"M tI Sea island Cotton Market'
Jins the a l fld sp to
be hM M Wa It 's birthday.

owrm" wo bWas Active and Finn
ea. Te 1pube is eordially fltieI
to attead.
A ibaat is a store for the people of SAVANNAH, Ga.. Feb. 13.-The Sea The following prices were based a
SGabevlle, especially for those who Island market was fairly active and factors' quotatiUons and are reviled
wve brda. One of (be most enjoy- frm the past week for all grades, ex- weekly on Prldays:
able leetre evers delivered in this ept extra choice, which grade ap- Fapcy Ploridas........... 19 OSW
eity was Mr. Praak Chapman's lecture pared to be neglected. Although Fancy Georglas ...... .t 0. 1
last winter: a tletare on a siallar sub- some holding cotton was added to the Ex. choice Fla's........... IT 18
ect will be given under the suaspli receipts to swell the offerings, the de- Ex. choice Oa's........... .17 I 18
of the FlordM Audubo Socety mand was sufficient to take up every- Choice Ga's. and Fla's ..... 1
February under the Joint manage thins of the grades in request, and Ex. fine Oa's. and Fla's....14
mit of the High School and the Unl- large sales were made for the sea- Fine Gas. and Fla's .......12%
vernty. The lecture Dr. Job of Coa- son. Prices remained about unchang- Com. Ga's. and ia's .......10 i 11
nectiut. come most highly recom- ed. but quotations are readjusted for
mended. His lantern slides llas- choice and below. which grades were CHARLESTON. 8. C.. Feb. 13.--411
tratiag bird Ufe are aid to be ex- in especial request The market clos.- Island market quiet; fine. 20c; t*t
tremely fine. More detailed Informa- ed quiet. but firm. with some disposi- fine. 22c; extra fine. 23,c Receolt,
tlon will be given later. Ever lover ton to ask higher prices. 123; exports. 561 sale. 64). to
of birds is cordially invited to be pree- Sales for the week were 2.041 bales. 1.,4
ent. The lecture will be delivered at
the auditorium., ad will begin early.
so as not to comact with the attrac-
tion of the Chautauqu, which willstoce W as
then bie under way.
I)r FParr's health forces him to take
a rest of three or four weeks. He will
leave Tuesday for the southern part of
the 8tate. and may extend his trip to
('uba IDuring his abtence hli rla-tdes
ill I-. taught by other lm -.ltoerm of Is 'r)NA F'.I 1' l 5, ,., ..,1 ', ...., .,l F t..llled
t it- fI tilt.t ii tr-l .i. ti Kh ig t t i ,, I r I. ti. .. I., h ,, and
llilt Jdl I V 1 l I :u. I t hi' ll l f t.l i t1'1, .' '
G10 AUCTION SALE. \lu .i, *' ,.. i t,, i, -t I l .' I 1 l'l.
ffl i L1,1l fill, It -if. ... _t' 1 I : .. .... a i d l n B
Choice Property in W est Gainesville ,,, ,Lt. t, ,,, ;.,i4 |itr ,, r Th. r,. >ot- h.
to Be K nocked Dow n. -t .i. ,. i4 -* iI .i s d *
T 1 i' 111i -' H Itn'll tl1ii ) h .l Ill] I -.* -p" ia t l, ,I l,\ u ,, till ,I i tlhe f r. !,. I :,, *k i. 'h
o ldil ..' |,it l t .II t l I l H \ .-I i(a l 'e", trl It I' fi i t l h i All -i i l.,i t i h. I' I t' I t, ; It Il-VI iP t "
v l l it1 t i l.l 'tll i. a ) Sa In tu h tl ei u- p *I I n t.e l iti .b f t Ill, r () 11 f i"'l il '1 'I re i
erll tn % th. l\ae1, i ir lle.* l At wti ll' Mi fsi ... t li hs l ci 1l i, r lini o f work e l' l',-i ii I, i t -I I itI "1 *10'1
i-arb t'ier. wlll Ill ii iii t .l U.- d Thi-,'- Itt.- aU il' u .lraler ih lt ia alt-d ani utidi r.t c;as d *1 ; %lin h t'l;i;.t-. M. l .tolen but I e hl'I t. t: t ht t i e
a. ii it t l thi uiel tilte li *'ne fl ting w hi, 4 | i. Iht f of ir'- arrn led it a llilii l Hi t .*,' 1 wi'l r.tl'I h
I tl r r .llit% lolwud tir i1 ii i mc t u dIllal i,. iii .- lli h t .- fu ili iti t ill P.ii I .f r d l, hl gl t ur li ,o t A "1illWt. and
\i.."ted t- build ul, < r> r4pidl> lthia- ct' -rvd thti roil)bWr% I ll. IM>,. ;i- > -t l o p I' r
ai t l .it -ii r 11114* T he r ,l l r- hladl t e tie(-e rt ga ll. d ati. l .nt i it h .i -l t ft e io
1 ci t b nl, ID ten r h&[ the ,' e r.e- 1 td r h
a lI I.i st ll t0 l I ,- ftu r If e' to, 0lllr.lll tl I r)Iitl l .ll < ll W4 1 1 -' .!
iiitriodulltcet at 0sthie- ,.li ;t t t the Illoi|tr hi IMir,.l hili,,ii h thO w .Af ,iltiol l, I r '. -, ri .i' t,___ .
its4e0 waill I> out the sl4 iII the n.u li e"
,ult'r the' amn' bids anid ittAl Ii )t preva-itt are t tb Ulrinl a*.> tu 8sene article that s simply the
ithe sawUl toIrte those that attend way" at your house might. If _
tsale o urs Wedtalieday Frb 17 t Used, be sold to sanleone ho i0
2 o'clock aud IlHI s northh of twauliful The Sun *sce for calltag cards loudly looking for It *


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hoeSW IM larws WeI Ba eld at All
n- Pbm of Wodshp.
Sges a UW be etr ed at the
o sea hom ef 6th y:W as
g All aq:
W I PNt d Leim aurch. Rev. T.
P1. -mu srmle, 10o:0 a. i.;
Iht a ritis ckima." @b
I ~, 3 p. m.ip; ,mL es topl, The
Se Bpri;sed0" e~g rl f or
sb. S'ealmvle. 7:30
I- m. dest, "Wors Then adom."
1Advimt Chrbm Chreb. dMer J.
SJdoin g 11a.m. sadM
I:& p a. MeNmufg subject. "Temper-
o;6Aptio after morang service,
,t al' Sa.ae don


M Snth at Church. Re. S. R.
Iby Dr. led m
if "lt memab" aIt 1:30 :- *. Lma Ue


-St Ar re-Prmching by Rev. W. T.
W ~msy In t ihe moiag at 10:30
m sei adk, ead in evealag at 7:30.
OA M* Trt O CreWo fevw. I. H.
I '--- mday. Holy
f O g I a. Mn.EKe ming prayer.
MM Uv sad s e10:3. Sunday
alt ae 3 p. E. wveasag prayer and


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L P WI s 9a ntee Chereh. Rev.
P. J. Ia b-Mas vMI be beM 1dt 10


m STILL LIAL S CONTEST.
sat svafsta in Noe biel" shew
Aq ThMe Cai
*A 1l 10&WbMag tis the piano
e1eet tof I L amN and the pria-
asl atn s balg east for the three
hAIdern. M 1MO far the baad.
O ed MMi Capt. Alvares, who
a developed remarkable strength
witham the a tw, weeks.
Wlg IS the soteading of the can-
MKie sar la Is (bead) ...... 87.570
H sehodel *..................7G.M5
Ca Alvare................40,400
910 hms. .............120836
M alfe bevlle........... ,4loe
Amf eI Newberry ........4 2.M
a1M VOm ie. .............. 400
1 lie1 braves ............... 121
*l a Le.e Hu ........ ......
J. W. Gleason ................. 1I
L. J. BURKHIM.

C. IL Kiager, the jeweler. 1040 Vir-
gtlaaveaae. laindl polls. lad.. writes:
"I was a weak from kidney trouble
taUt I ooald hardly walk a hundred
Ot. erow bottles of Poley's Kidney
Remedy cetared my complexion, cured
my boakasbe and the Irregularities
4laMppeaed,. and I can now attend to
obsnes* every day. and recommend
Poieys.KMaey Remedy to all suffer
ers. as It cured me after the doctors
and other remedies bad failed J W
MoCollum & Co.
Will Again Take Charge.
Prof H. Ellis prinlmal of thi.
Alachua HlSbh khoul. whlo wa, uo
badly injured b>) a kit-kliuK Inult. two
weeks saice, hans sufflilientl ret-.oer
ed to be out again arnd %as ai tailor
to Ualuesville atturay. lie states
that while he has nut fully recovered
be expects to re-suaue ulwuert ilon of
the school at Ala'bus Mondaiu but


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"Hooligan" Tomorrow Night.
S"Hoollgan' in New York." a melo-
dramatic comedy-drama. will be seen
at The Itaird Theatre tomorrow INMotn
day night.
It is said to tell a consistent story
and is as full of laughs and tearm ab,
any ever staged. The author. Sam
Morris, has taken for his theme the
dncdents made famous in cartoons of
"Hoollgan" and has woven around the
character a story of metropolitan life
that Is unique in the manner of
handlag and presentatito. Any story
that deals with the mysteries of New
York life has a peculiar element of
interest In it. In spite of the news-
papers, the police courts and the city
authorities, hundreds of crimes ar,-
committed that are never heard of.
hundreds of dramas In real life are
emaeted proving that truth is some-
times more strange than Action. Here
and there In the newspapers you may
ee a paragraph that puzzles you.
could you solve the mystery you might
tell a story of human passlo.i and ln-
teremt, ot love and hate, as strange
as any evolved by a dramatist.
Such a story is 'Hooligan" in New
York." and the author has not gone
far afield In plot and situation, to tell
his tale. The local is laid among the
tenderloin places of Gotham and some.
of the equally notorious landmarks of
the seamy lower East Side. which In-
eludes the once dreaded Five Points
a Chinese opium den. Cherry street at
night. showing a view of the Brook-
lyn bridge Illuminated and a thieves'
den; exterior of the Iombs Prison and
the historic Bridge of Sighs.
Of course "Hooligan is the central
figure of It all. and thwarting of the
vUUaas to their efforts to injure and
obtain the fortune of Nellie. blind
girl. I laughable at times and at
others equally sensational and exlct-
lag. A stirring citmax is the rescue
of "Hoo~lgaa." who has bee" tied to
a rail on the New York Central rail.
read track to the nick of time by his
dWo "Flip" Just as a train is ap-
roeaching.
The character of "Hooligan" is a
ereatios of the newspaper supple-
meats and his transition to the stage
bha amared a big hit everywhere. The
supporting company is a large and
capable one and numerous specialties
are Introduced throughout the various
acts.
Secure mats tomorrow morning at
Mi'er & Vidals. Prices. 25. 50 and
75 cents.


Many iwepee Nifhts, Owlng to a
Perietent Cough-Rellief Found
at Lase.
Pdr several winters past my wife
has been troubled with a most persist.
eat and disagreeable cough, which in.
variably extended over a period of sev-
eral weeks and caused her many sleep-
less nights." writes Will J. Hayner.
editor of The Burley (Col.) Bulletin.
**Various remedies were tried each
year. with no beneficial results In
November last the cough again put in
an appearance and my wife. acting on
the suggestion of a friend. purchased
a bottle of Chamberlainh' Cough Reme
dy. The result %ais. indeed, marcel.
v1s. After three dode,.s the cough on
tirely disappeared and ha, not maid-
fe.-lted itself hinc.. Thi, reFinwely I.
f,,r .alle by all druggints.
Funeral Largely Attended.
I" lI. uli r.a l r t f t I ," I, t
it a tol .1i 4 thl mit oif I r a nil .t r- i
T1 I'l-ifI I I I n t i.|l frPam t i sl, i-i
*l-t. l.a anild fotllowieed to io'.tr*Irt. .
C('I-Is % ia 1 a -4rg o ro' tii, fni e l r aPl Uk-t l aM P to
-r tld ui t lo fl t selt- i in l fri.b al. of the fajiill'

A WOMAN'S APPEAL


wiU "ot undertake tw teach fear the gotl.a~.~uer, S11 to ill isru,ubeh~kr
mset few days &.oauao u. r w Us utt-a. UItAL6& bletb--
tv hor f.rk a- -r .ri ho uai
CAPUDONE for "THAT HEADACHE." --3k Ic 'V t)*'-! CJ Vs. ~ U
OMt I"e might? headache and uevrv- -1--'"-', -r.)I*-a-.
u this ~iG? Hick,&' Capuldine o r)#.4.0 a 4,1s''o','
Mtthe mm ~gto it you for buasjjss b oI..0)'6I .- fit
C68aGtbs bthe racvg s ogtho eu rts Mgm oall*i..c. v '.. Ia t. u,1-v SI. % a 6e
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STATEMI OF THE CONDITION or


AMUSEMENTS

COMING ATTRACTIONS&

New Baird Theare
mAmula#, Pb& 15- 'Mzp1 l~wipaon f
in 2%u York. "
Eleotie These's
Nem Af*Hg Refumes, reth afferocmm
and .4go, czrcrpfSwnday.


RESOURCES
lJoIi' and Discountt .... .. ...
( )ver lr:iftm. .. ... .... ..........
Building and Fixtures .............
l'nited ('County lIBonlt d niil W iarrants.......
C'anih anid Sighit Excllangei ... ... ..


-~ ~~b) 432 Iooi

*~~~ 6 I~,44


Total .... .. .............. $854.5)381
LIABILITIES


Capital Stock ............. ......
Surplus and Undivided Profits ....
Circulating Notes Outstanding ....
Bonds Borrowed ................
Rediscounts ....................
United States Deposite..-.........
Jndividual and Bank Deposits ....


* .6 917,6300

* 6 6:1,450
* 6 *OO 40,9(iJ0
*...e3 :80548


Total .................... ........ 8854.531 2
I. C. A. Fain-loth, ashierr of the ahlove-nanid hank, do owkumh,
wear that tdw alove statement is true to the lhet of my knowledge
IAlik't. C. A. FAIICLIYrlH, Calhier
Siwhcrilm and sworn to lifor mnw thi. the with day of Feirlary, 19.
W. IH. ANDEMI-M)N, Jr., Notary iul'ic.
Cormct-Atte ,t: M. H. DPams, W. It. Steckert, T. W. Shand., Directo.
* _____________


Mitchell-Brown.
The post-card tent near the fire sta-
tion wa the scene last night of one
of the prettiet romances transpiring
in Gaintsville f!r s .onie tim-. when
the photogi t;a:. rI. .r V. V. :.lt' 1. !1.
and Mrs. :; rt ,.d*. isrown iia z': in t(h
tent of t'Vie t ru.n r fr'r thit first timr'
it prove; t, i t love at first ii.r
.tnd the m hI!!dmg (rrenmotiiy v ,:a Lo r
.ornm d at .:.' .lck hby R*' I". {
Blridget. 1.1. I. r of tal' First .MtItha li dt
-hrr" I,.
Both Mr Mitchell and his bride
have many friends in this and other
sections of the State who will wish
them a long life of haptlaess and
prosperity. -
Baby Hands
Will get into mischief-often it
measa a buar or cut or scald. Apply
Ballard'sn Bow Uniment just as soon
as the accident happen, and the pain
will be relieved, while the wound will
heal quickly and alcely. A sure cure
for sprain, rheumatism and all pains.
Price 26c, 50c and $1.00 a bottle. "old
by W. N. Johnson


E NEW we UE |



ONE NIHTT ONLY IC
MONDAY....... I

Only Novelty in Sight


"'HOOLIGAN' IN


NEW YORK"


Wit, an cl--tar (a-te of Mt trownulitan


CNUW of lSp*CialSciMeY.
Trick P"pt Nu o velties;


Prcoo '-r. u:I4 nd 7T. c'
:-.UJe* at MIill. r aPeonk S.turda.


oh


U ~__~____-


THE HAT BOX
210O WEST F(lt 'l'i T., .I.\('K 4 IN\'VII.I.E FL, A.


-TM hMil Ords fr 12 Hnts
andI Gents' Furniisoing, arte arnettly Solicited.


83
M

63
900
00
63


Furniture


for


Every


Room


in


the


House





Prices


and


Terms


to


Suit


Gainsville Fumrnilturle
aslnsaville. Pflnrida.


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The bainm ile ational b

O..d....md fm epit to the Cjaptrnaw at t6h
Ce *fd i MrMday, Feb. 5th, gIN


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THE DAILY SUN: GA1NESVILLE, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 14, 1909


6 MONDAY WITH A
I $TOCK READY.


-sog nei byS*at"
I.B a Well.Kew**n


Grocery Company.
,jagoe grocery, will be
s o next Monday.
0&i was their original

st several days truckmen
Swa y engaged In unload-
M tnaferring It to
ma while their stock
gemplete as they pro-
I ey will be enabled
imenclng Monday.
gr. larleld sad his son,
b tina his oflce, and be
nl this vicinity by
gl Hevllle boy who has
[i Mres possible positions
Band enjoys an excel-
618e6 out the state.
i at exclusive whole-
Ojanesville has had In
C years, and another firm
ggaig. We trust that they
OdWb to sell goods in com-
Mft ether places and again
gAiesvTile as a wholesale
of the opening the man-
Sa that they would be
'epete with Jackson-
ptes ona quite a number of
esies saving the freight.
gs eamses they may even do
iM this, but at any rate they
of considerable trade.

S*MIIrTARIUM NOTE.
s Have finished repaint-
alm hia m, which adds great-
apoarance of the building.
C111tmas the Sanitarium has
NuOsg of twelve patients a
IN phydelass of the surround-
W e mow beginning to refer
Ml y patients to the Sanita-
e0 to the excellent facilities
6nstitution is developing
Ogtof invalids.
SL. Wilson of Alachus, wh)
to the Sanitarium very
UMiGweet I serious operation
WI is n ow convalescing rapidly
f111 home In a few days.
61a, who was a patient at
M f returned to bis"nome
alin a few days since.
S manager of the large in-
al W ade & McNair at Perry,
I eMd and returned home.
Dryd e. president of the
a Stratton Business College
SKy.. arrived a few day
ting 0to the serious illness of
JtL WfL R. Holden. a promiane-nt
Of Jacksonville, was a visitor
b lhbtum BSunday.
L OUStwole of Dayton. Va. has
"d will remain under treat-
I the Sanitarium for a mouth
r& 4M101 Day. an old Gaine.''ille
i& m ow one of the |ronine-nt
'tSihyratcans of Jacksonuille'. was
*t S. Day is the son of Hlion. H
s o well and favorably known
SuW ie tlns

i, t TWMoty4rcond Renewal.
.1' S c kson of lakeview was in
lf1 Uaturday and called at The
e -a and rene-wd his sulhs ri|^

J^ >'. r l ll i what liiat br. t,.ruid
W Seriber. and his *i.nrIllnu-nt
{ ka ha not lr(o 'eiu unluck'.
-4 Sibscrlt( onl the t hrt.-',nth
^S^ >fc Month ii" ih a U-,'
S L and atorkral.-.r and fu.a,
SdS I u ditl(tln)t uld. r-t,,,l Ihat


S0 carM elj lilh ('tteell thl< uc
S bu ehl, of n.eed ilfrim
Shl.s o t

Saracas, Notice!
C Meiui I1th11 .- |li ,,vI a ('.i (
m ty %# ,ii,,lie t .ll ,, u ,ii
I S ateudd th, ir ltt. ti I, tli,: .t


^CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
I OOIDTM ^NT is guaranteed to,
e of Ittchbg, ilind.
S Prtrudlag Piles In I to
aw* y refunded. ".


Shoes

ai




Softens, Preserves and Wa-
terproofs Shoes, Harness
and all other leather goods.

Mdiia I hr W at

Limt TEis

-KM
Harness keeps pliable for-
ever if saturated with VIS-
COL. You need no rubbers
if you Vi colize your shoes.


HARDWARE CO.
e,
PU M. 7


NEWS OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED

Dr. A. E. Cline. veterinary surgeon,
has opened offices at Crawford &
Davis' stables and solicits a share of
the public business. He is a graduate
of the Kansas Veterinary College and
Is here to practice his profession.
Calls answered day or night. Horse
dentistry, cattle and dogs all receive
prompt a' *ntim.
The Jolliest. funniest and most
laughable of all comedies. 'Hooligan'
in New York," will be the attraction
at The Baird Theatre tomorrow
night. It is funnier than a circus-
that is what the people say. because
there is something doing all the time
from the rise to tne fall of the cur-
tain. The company has been engaged
with special care and a high-class en-
tertainment is promised. "Hooligan"
and his dog "Flip" never fall to pro-
duce two and one-half hours of laugh-
ter.
Hamlet
Had melancholy, probably caused by
an inactive liver. A bad liver makes
one cross and Irritable. causes mental
and physical depression and may re-
sult disastrously. Ballard's Herbine
is acknowledged to be the perfect liver
regulator. If you're blue and out of
sorts, get a bottle today. A positive
cure for bilious headache. constipa-
tios. chills and fever and all liver
complaints. Sold by W. M. Johnson.

Building Nearly Completed.
8 Ii lk-mpa' >. who has a contract
at Arh.er. arrived hone- Saturday for
the piurl|-.* of hejs-'ding Sunday with
his family H* ata' ," that he is hw
.uttiiKg the' roof on thi. hbrick bullling
.tarted there cunl tl fur C I) \\o, he- tan couple .tt' the' jeab i"* ha,. other
(.'cinracti that will r-equire' hbi atten.-
tion in this city.

Worn Out.
That's the way you fet-I about the
lungs Ih-n y',u ha'e a hacking cotld
It' fexll,-huntr5 to litt it go trust to lu'k to ge.t o'.er it. lhe-n Hal
lard' liore.hound S.rup wi11 bltol the'
oughgh and -,al the- lungs Price 2'.
,uc sad $1 'N plr bottle'l Seld b) vW


Will Be 04ck Monday.
NI .,ai .a ri l K -1 1 1 t a ,1 1 IA a I


VISCOL


quire a great deal of time to hear
all the' ae id.nce and that h.e would
ask for a a.p-cial terni to b- called.

Foley's Orino Laxative cures consti-
pation and lioer trouble and makes
tne bowels healthy and regular. Orino
ia tuiterior to pills and tablets as it
does not gripe or nauseate. Why take
au)thilig el'-e' J W. McCollum & Co
Shot Himself in Foot.
J-k, a lit'Kro I,41 j litil rl Iuel;. I 1. ('Carte-r ii l a-t (;.tl ,..
Sill." i i -i, i l. I. ho i .ll t liiii lit th
f.,t w( i .1i iril hlilt- l.ay liag U w ith
It, gulKU I I4 tIIt tight K.ali 4 tir
A 1:iti tl ..it it % A b )tiiJgK C'uit' r
,,>r.


Doe n& (o or thear

stop& rassoang til-' At, Itleudant Dressing
''L NuibuI y- t- cwiti C ha wL A~Ilk=tmi.
Now-,- ~


TELEPH


E


T


IN MEMORIAM.
Reeelution of Respect from the H. M.
I. of the First Methedst Church.
Whereas. God. In Hls Infinite love
and wisdom, has seen fit to remove
from our number our beloved sister
and coworker. Mrs. Omera B. Thom-
as; and
Whereas. She was for years an act-
ive worker In the Home Mission So
city, supporting It by her labors and
prayers and substance; and.
Whereas. Her deep piety and active
Christian life has been an example
and Inspiration; Therefore be it
Resolved, That In the death of our
beloved sister the church which she
loved and served so long and faithful-
ly has lost a true mother In Israel and
the Home Mission Soeiety a besedle-
Uot
Resolved. That while we deeply de-
plore her death we bow in humble
submission to the will of Our Heaven-
ly Father, feeling that our lose Is her
eternal gain.
Be It further resolved. That we ex-
tend to the bereaved loved ones our
heartfelt sympathy, and commend
them to the love and care of the God
whom she loved and served, and with-
out whose knowledge not a sparrow
falleth.
Resolved, further. That a copy of
these resolutions be sent to The
Gainesville Sun for publication and
one be spread upon the pages of the
minutes of the Home Mission Society.
MRS. A. J. DACOSTA,
MRS. J. E. Fl'TCH.
MRS. H. L. PHIFER.

Card of Theak.
I desire to extend the thanks of
the Guards to the generous public for
their liberal patronage and other
courtesies extended to us during the
late production of "The Late Mr.
Jones." which was given as a bene-
fit performance. A small sum was
realized. and we are thankful to the
citizens therefore. Our thanks are aiml
extended to Mr. Hudgins and the caste
who took part in the play.
Respectfully.
J. W. BLANDING. Capt. Comdg.

Six Nights "No as You Plase" Race.
How many tired fathers and moth-
ers tn this town enter this race every
night carrying a baby? And they
wonder what the matter Is. Chances
are the child is starving-worms are
eating all of its food. Most children
have worms-yopas needn't. White's
Cream Vermlfuge will et rid of the
worms and strengthen the child. Price
25 cents per bottle. Sold by W. M.
Johnson.
Very Dry at Hague.
Judge J. A. J. Strickland of Hague
was a visitor to the city Friday.
He states that it in very dry in his
section and that he has been compell-
ed to haul water for some time for
his stock. a all of the ponds have
dried up. and In many cases the wells
in his neighborhood have also gone
dry.
Ask Yourself the Question.
Why not use Chamberlaln's Lini-
ment when you have rheumatism? We
feel sure that the result will be
prompt and satisfactory. It has cured
others, why not you? Try It. It cost
but a trifle. Price, 25 cents; large
size, 50 cents. For sale by all drug-
gists.
May Hold Special Term.
Proe'cuting Attorney ti.ers stated
yrt,.rday that it ma' very likely that
a sie-tal trnl of court would be. held
for the purpose' of try)lig the Ik'xle'y-
(Oteen case lie said it would re-


one of the meet valuable water Operating sla vesles mlams of m
of our mrvie, to ear e.. r.ers mand eaty, are mnem to so p
fa the pWble geaally, is ewsamms. me"anmd in tbw Omwen&e4 spew
ties with the exaelve emag iNtmase M i.
limes e the Amerleem Telephese sad Omly by areas of fthds eSime
Telegrap Co *mpmay ad the ers, ar ws eamt beeasoo TM
omted SeW Teleph esa smpelam. _phase smp-a-l is It ptlN s flft
We, ws thea eq--m f wileseqofs ef l t wTespmk s"
dltae IMts In Tm-e sevwn ,s"MeI lan a ~M teg mia ma a ,be
whieh weo penls mad Is addilem-emsvim elm"twua
sets.amy eweh.....e. Isor series ieSI s me r wn~-
wft efth Will0- eNad a"y ~the ofty Thist V W POM of W
wIs ft wisha Sal Telsphas spetmIs n slag t *h M Sm %a ft,.

operatddallyIn eesm sd601r1111-





Southern Bid Teiphus


and Ti


WE INVITE YOU


To I t-coRne identified with this bank. Yow uman -I
matters require the C-, nm attouom ubbA
thli I ank's'officers give to its utomwr. Yow bl
ness will be managed dmfub Iib *b m m




THE DUTTON BANK-"
W. R. THOMAS, Puo. X. -P UBWw, CB.


HI-GRADE BLETi i SEEN

-. moo=


It pays the famer to plant only the
question not of "how cheap," but ot


be. It's a
"how ood."


$o rlr I IIi ft" an dhkft An ad &ML
We are no bookag order m or Iwm ad other .mem..ne. W
wibe Ot to md pi m mm -*..


W. L. "" bSEED iPAiUT


RITUSI S& JORDAN


SW..


JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE


PORTER BOCK


-A-N-vl-. -IL


Fire, Life and Accident .......


"The


Fire Company


Arrived


Too Late to Save the House"
Id a familiar"item iq
the ieiwspapem. Tha
tleoul il Ie a warning to
those who have pro-
nll-tilntted iot to take
Oltut tplicy when it is
ti o late*, 14P) tit the
it'll il1t*' readd ill your
(.i1. "1'I,' o, W U
f-l- ,.,ve -rr -by insur-
A.M HIl l 011 6aiN O kf the btia



A. M. CUSHMAP, 3 Oge, rainesville, FWia


The btLaucsyNt


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Sw to


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6 0ft"&sf


'Cad7l


-AND..


MULES
ARRIVED


0-sad lak h s oiI. We maoe
-n 1 to sluit e animal.

Dvil Oliver
on mow11mVmwft


TEN


I


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iAFTE


lw

4v %W 56miP


A -W LUNhT
.. e.e. Upon a Meowit
mola e susft ofI"


s _wd-- m on wfofa.,
Sd emande=eo th e afM* r

s wBb B ena ** m
s "- B am m a !6 a wo a wbo
-e V e -da *p* t*er vem i
en am **3 *Kn =wam*f



ii Dm ans in amseio te a
belAsseen e arm MM
1 -W- .... -. a W
eas the veet onr t as tese


t-he .. c ised m in
an memo*e heium po




Dia Bet aVm us taaet ate ar
6W a dmo e


l emtnen a mine. bt toald eepo ba

thit iso ea o edonsve u ek Nt. aNl
Geroao 11 Dart 2th wemed appet te
oeetaO theathe a bed -ol a m
gls -at ne pllaesouto te veaet.
dteaa lrg rt aos were t 1 alse do
e R andseen@aebroe down by
th wee es o ammed up tasty they rivere



S 4m6oa li reas ees. Tkls 18ds
to --an- tr tesve. ilouoeh wda
Itiame S l c Ins yeor diet,. let
earl. Durt the t u a of thew dood-
bua the weather a mile orth wo up d
e armne n butil to thoo be sowell
. the c Ia Pwere bl atek t all da." -
osm w4a Ebrlmed.
The meest int ar so tasty they are






lete. tampo troe.
onsum DHow inet treess. Thisead
to 86e800hroubles. Tbliousnessand






t ~ oriala's Stomach anftdrO nver
Tu etfwOdW you will soon be well




aea Try leIt or saleby r tetnl dru
oewsrythiPl. Aftpe tudle of. thl,
edia N the her lft wth ihu r hl
ft Was 5 ochonk mIn t aftemwmnt ed in
Shve ar the elproeted bhe nuseta
other lnged lbyr Im test Im reeagainst


No wedds ing beilI ftor me.
iThe sult ran e more easily inal
Its te. anderilbed.- New York Post
HishW CAPUDINI Cures Sick Head
ache
Also Nervous Headache. Traveler
Headache and achee from Grip, Stuon,
ash Troubles or Female troubles.
Try Ca'din.e-it's liquid--efrctas it,
medlately Sld ty druggits.


0INLb U9tLb"~jW


Miss i. Norton

venties, Bo Stationer)
Snvealr, Sheet Pictre
aid PictFrum Fr a ...


SAUUUUin


0 0 0 FWAEI


REV. HUOR TO A NMW PFIRM


Rw.. B. A. o w. wbo wasp ster
j 33J U of the Mt Pleasant M. aL ehuch (ol-
orea) In this city for the poet two
N yars, e been chanted from this
chure b at the mreeot seestlom of the
A Conference ldIM i Peranadina and
appointed to Cedar Key and Rosewood
Cirealt. Rev. Huger is one of the
eating miniaters of the Colored
S L Methodist Church nl ts State. and
&..& I?&&# s m b AM &.


*0 :~


SGNAISOF IESS

a IIOOVIlo 1Pe ple. Aod KNW HOW
1M Rood dad Heod Them
eick kideys give many signals of
distress.
The secretios are dark. contain a
sediment.
Pasag.es are frequent, scanty, pain-
ful.
Backebe is constant day and nAght,
Headaches sad dismy spells are fre-
quemt.
The weakened kidneys need quick
help.
Do't delay! Us a special kidney
remedy.
Doa'm Kidney PlII cre siek kidM-
*ys, bactkaee and urtary disorders.
Galesvillo evidence proves this
statement.
Mrs. L de' Ympert. 107 W. Arling-
ton street. Galnesville, la.. says: "My
kidneys were disordered for ome
time sad I would And nothing that
would relieve m. My back cMed
eontantly ad I was subject to siek
hliediM. lasy spell miad chills. I
d, a constant feeling of lassitude and
the least exertion tired me. I read
so mueek about Dous's Kidney Plus
that I decided to give them a trial aad
prooured a box. Te remedy drove
away all palas mad aches and I ma to-
ay It good halth."
Per sale by all dealers. Priee 5
e~ Poster-Mburn Co., Buaflo,
Nr Tork, sole agents for th United
states.
Remember the ame-Dmaa's-aad
take o other.
The wemt da do more eal estate
besides tbm a either brberms eo
bined--in e thew "start most of
the business that te mbers dm
gmm1 0~1h


A-As


kyl


of his brethren enjoys. He bs served
his cbreah for sxteen years as pre-
Mida eider; twvis a member of the
Oeneral Conferew and was the only
member of Ms race to partielpate In
the opening of tth Geeral Conference
at Lo Angeles. Cal.. In 104, and for
the past two years be has been ad
is ow secretary of the Vtorlda An-
.nl Coensee. His sueeees as
poster of Mt Pleasant ebcurth or the
past two yoars a aoawledged by
the eties ofo Galete as well as
toe members ofd t os Mvery
Sabbath or two years he Sed his
pl- a 1 ithis with te eusep
dtn of sm e day be Was at-
mt his eb msn mlw n-eare. The
sak and identoi had his personal at-
Strets ey distingo p for (M ask
an exemptioe ammm ethelinisters of
vsrase. inn besmes erblee he t4s
man e any m ot eh aM tg aht to
benesas men at ti city, vhv ml-




wYS ap pom ay gretly afMist kwm
business rmpn.eAlteUt wlh rest
apea Mm t a throvide Hfor pro-
prsterof tboe elonellie UInhtak-
pa impen) saI will t Isoped to do

t~hiniru tide tity.

The aoem is t whim of a Germto
willM l, so way greas of tis mhim
wvt there s4sibilts of which rdey
upon hin as a kther. He As pro-







priee of the Oame a vle t ext bao-
Ie cotomps an aill continue e to do
7Ue aro s r thenam of a Gerans




avoid a rlie Is one of homanyl
valuable ingredients of Foes Kidney




and atsrt y marheiS. Take
l .t.w of eme ady as n oonas


viBe:
I -ma em da*e for City Marshal,
ar needotio en April 18. I asve
-rd toe people bakfauly ad .e.
aly3 nMGt aM d day. a AMy record
Is we o hwr Inpeeton.
SmyM Wrve during the past year
ba" boee --*lectcry I ask theo W
i., ,.d vote of e.ah and very eiti.
s who is qualied. I aon only,
pnm seao the am service as I have
endeavred to give In the past.
Tours for order.
BEN T. ARNOW.

I take this method of Informing the
public that I am a candidate for City
Marshal at the election to be held on
April 13. 90. I respectfully solicit
the support of all votes, irrespecUtve
of party affiliation, and promise to
faithfully and Impartially discharge
the duties of the oece should I be
elected. Respectfully.
CHASE. C. WARREN.
I respectfully announce myself a
enadldate for the offce of City Mar-
shal, to be voted for at the election
oa April 13. 1909. It elected I will
faithfully discharge the duUes of the
offoe without fear or favor. I re
specttfuUlly soUlcit the votes of all, Ir
respective of party amlmtotn.
CHA8. M. DELL
Psoemeoia Fellows Lagrippe.
Pneumonias often follows lagrtppe
but never follows the use of Foley's
iuaey and Tar, for agrippe coughs
and deep-seated colds. Refuse any but
the genuine in the yellow package
J W. McCullum & Co.


uTYIWRNl.


ALL KMIFNPi~


Wi*.we for4 l'rite, Te-ras.
t C. AVisIU&
"V4 Wo,4 lay SL


The Pay4helee Visible.


Tin (s 'Co iN I, l. NOT H: (ixi> A I',. F I l

BusS & Safford ---The Gainesville Si

PI A NO CON TESl


5


mVOTEIS


For


Tifam oul~iou mIay lo- cost at Thli-m pfii v't ore &I "f '!or I~.u4
awlei .itli t1kw *.Iastoos. !Ei'IaM~ i ~F~IdA(


U-'


5c
EVERYW!


aleowilte CoeaCela
If yo have tbend y4
It i advertised in thea l


J 1


I DRINri

A BOTTrj


i


Owl
- =-- -al


y^'t~~i;t i


THE WHITE HOW



AI hw, Mdmi, Frl iS IbI a1M Md* M II
Steam Heat, Gas and Electric Lights. Cent*
Located. Service Guaranteed.
I G. L S. MerLLchant & Co.


G .. S Merch tCat U o.


11


noozr"..7


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VF "-w


Refim end Ladbbee In


Staple and Fancy Croceries
GOrsi, Garden Seed ad Fertflztsm
SOUTH EO ,QUAR -o- ANESVILL, PLOWU
Ihoet maret price paid for Chlekeo, Eag MWd o PNdu"9
A Complete sto-k of Hay, Con. Oaets. ow., BMaa. eael,
Seed Meal and Rye. We handle only the Very eeat meP
at IAW O Prieso k sad garmtee sa don a& s,

_MO-





THE DAILY SUN: OAINESVILLF, FLO)RIDA. FEBRUARY 14, 1909 1


WEU"A~g OCK



to Th CR~ Y, or
mob*- PNW


~ hutubmaIsees a ume

mpemovbmame&h medismi


asm is eeset e, fwtyr.


Owwiy p UltdII ahle n
Mea peer admeas1.1
m n tae"ne diem lW
mWkn ethlrwimn

TUB DAILY W39.



Is not segoine to

aii ng with his bank
bill as he anUcl-


M M to vote at the city
dg you must pay your
enor before the second


p vt Jacksonville keep
M or pickpockets. You
sale from them in the
te late metropolis.

am@" predict that the
of the Florida House
es will narrow down
M Farris after the first
S-r oplnite Judge Carter
lpH third ballot.

telephone is coming.
h o clearly carried a dist'
Miles in stormy weather.
a wirelesss telephone serv-
iM alled between Paris
ai a distance of six hun-


of the Gainesville
recently appeared nla
I w these fianseal institu.
I emnliant eoudition. No
ina boast of safer
S OQalasnville, or more ac-
baakers.

l cinas cement companies.
BRmed a great trust. should
be able to stick together, but
I ot carrying t a little too
they build concrete fences
bm-ball parks without any
Lothe small boy to look


"l service law was enacted
Yonrs ago. It has with-
(M aeks of every Congress.
do not hesitate to vote
ii eO a yea and nay vote. but
SCall makes then afraid
to grab patronage through
40M bureau is dhigraceful

lNi0tors who hae already
il vlecting Senator lHudbon
t of the State Senate will
that they counted their
before tht. eggsi were hatch
25ator Hudson is emint'ntl>
l r the position of presiding
but-he hails from the
district

L chase frm the State of
the National Association uf
( Carrbs has aecurFe-d a truet of
**i adjoiuning the i'ulon Print-
Wff east of t'oItrado SlrlnuK"
L site for it pri|jl.ld national
8ed salitarlus Follow r Aug fhi
S- on'< 'lietion in t tihellimt'r it
^ ted that 'Aork ill Ie Kin on
ilte a elto Iti,.i iin o or iore '

lie* ho d raid l byt*' I.) t' iilr.-
^ lhffirat it0ilo -, of th. it..ju ,
GAB a U" <'i* rk:.lpiis wa-. s< ntl h*l.


P S P b fijt Ia ~ .vs 'I ltIIi tops''
('19 l .. P t I zjr m.ai I I li- ,1
be esatte~d tli.b t .,ii h ljt t

0 t thM the pe.aIsk tI t i it- ,az,d1A i. 1,


ABOUT ADVERTISING.

"There was a time when merchants,
found it profitable to do business
without advertlaing-but that time
has passed." truthfully observes The
Orlando BSetinel. "The merchant who
gets his share of trade theiw days
must hustle and advertise. or lose
trade, or low out to his more pro-
gresslve competitor who does.
"It not only pays the merchant to
advertise, but it pays the buyer to
patronize the merchant who is liberal
enough to spend a little money with
his local paper to tell about his mercb-
andise and to invite the customers
to his store. He can be counted on
to do the right thing by his customers.
and sell on as liberal terms as it is
possible to do.
"But Just why merchants and busl-
ness men will continue every year
about this time to patronlse every old
fake and bum who drifts into the city.
Is beyond our comprehension.
"The local newspapers work for the
town, their proprietors pay big taxes
and licenses. educate their children (If
they can afford t) and push along
things In general. The bum is here
today and the Lord only knows here
the next.
"We have lived in Florida all our
lives, and we have never yet called
on the law-makers to help us out, but
we surely hope that the next Legisla,
ture of Florida will pass a law mak-
Ing all such grafters pay a license.
The newspapers are compelled to do
so, and it is only fair and right that
outsiders do likewise.
"Possibly it might be within the
province of our city council to pass
an ordinance for the protection of our
business men against bhese sharks.
Our business men seem mighty gull-
Ible. as witness their dquation of
$400 last week to a pair of smooth
talkers who, in consideration of the
above munificent sum. kindly decorat-
ed the inside of bed-room doors in sev-
eral of our hotels with little banners
bearing the business cards of gener-
ous contributors to the sinking fund.
Just imagine the interest with which
the chambtxrmaids and drummers will
study those costly bed-room announce-
ments'
"And this is only one chapter in
the history of fake advertising. to
which our people fall easy victims.
"For the sake of these deluded
mortals. these dear babes In the
wood-our business men-let there be
a law passed making it a felony to
fleece them on fake advertising
schemes."

Jacksonville is to glve a public
demonstration of what happens in a
railroad wreck when two engies
come together In a head-on collision
moving at the rate of fifty or sixty
miles an hour. At the exposition
grounds a track seven-eights of a mile
in length has been laid and starting
from each end of this track the en-
gines will speed toward each other,
meeUting in the center with a crash
and a roar. Iloth will be entirely de-
molihed and only fit for the scrap
heap. This event is to take place on
February 2?th. and special excursion
trains are to be run to Jacksonville on
that day to enable everybody to wit-
ness the great event.

Those of our citizens who have
complained of the class of ,hows put
on at The New laird Theatre this
.eason certainly have no "kick" cornm-
ing against the L) man Tm ln Conm-
lany. which occupled the ,taKe' FrI
day night. Managxtr Kalbfl.Id ha
done the- best he could under the cir-
curnstance.s, for ft'w of the better itlasx
comipatiesi hate cone South of .At
laita tbhis seaon.


A little want ad. will accomplish
big re suts

Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
as mercury %ill surely destroy the
s m'ue of .ll u11 aid comih.ltte-ly) d,-range
the s hole' > at.i 'm ihen ente-rill it
through tfle muc.t>u iirfat'- Such
articles ibould litvu.1r '.. uted ete'pt
onu i,rt-.e 'rititi,,f. (rim rn r. ,utat l- lh)ai
'ians, a- the" dalagv t,,. > w ill do i
tien fold to thc goud )ou caul puo-'bl)
dv..rle from th.im lil*l ('.tarrl
Cure' nAnuf.actul.'d ly F J CI', t,."Y
& Co 'Tul-do () (.1 t ,1 Il l,- *1.0
' r .l A t l u "I l* I, l l l t t ,i i I "
,I.I ,t of i t i.e e. l* t L v i l' '. *


li..,_ ti t.al r (i T iu! l be do u 1 J
t h, .% & C t It takt i11 t tI.I r(r lV
Suld by all di. ggita Prt I, per
Ito t I.-
Trakc Hall la' illy *h, I r L. 'tI'
I-SatUon


CURRENT COMMENT.

The Ioul M ille CourterJournal says:
And now it is a Nebrarka I-IIlator
who has war-hooped Into the ring
with a bill making it unlawful for o m P
Japanese atM Chinese to work in com-
pany with white men or to be employ-
ed in the same building. If legislators
of this stripe could be put to work
It is not likely that legislation would
be necessary to care any willingness
on the part of Japanese or anybody
*el'e to work In their company.
The Philadelpblhia Record mays:
"There is no question as to the good
Intentions of the numerous body of
4meran manufacturers who are agire l-
tating for a permanent commission to
accomplish a 'sclenttfic' revision of
the tariff. Rut what he clear enough
is that neither the Republicans nor
the Democrats elected to the next
Congress have any option of Imaposing
th'. portion of the7 legislative tune-
U 'as pon a romrMisslon They pwr-
poec to perfonr all the necessary tar-
Iff legilati themselves. uach being

oomunbuler Is a mere waste of time." sh g dmgaa
The Springsel Republica w says:
"Amerlcas who live abroad beme.,
havng small uiceees, they And it kb
hbeaper there thamnat home. wMO wed w l 0p8
to keep away from Prance If the pro- d
posed law tasxitang the comes of resal- A $ 4
dent aieas is euseted. According to NOW
the measure now before the Chamber W e LA &
of Deputies foreigners resident Ia
France would be taxed on the basis
that their taxable income was seven
times the rental value of their res-
dences. The example of PFrace might W OBO
be followed gradually by the other W e .ML5XCI
European countries where small ain
comes go a long way, for they are
all in need of money." T


the Republic of Panama are of opin-.
ton that the Americans are stingy and
they have taken great offea e that rI M DsO. m
they do not buy of them at their ex- -,
orbitant prices. It ti understood that
one can live now at Panama by buying Lea Ve Oineoavl for MiCaopy, ld sad |.
of American merchants c plya al point sou ... ................. 10:
anywhere In the United States. It is
a fact well-known by travellers that Rt iuDg, 8i 1iV .G.....i.. .... .. .. o 4:1
Americans are looked upon the world v. GineuiW for 8afmnrB (lv Pp s
over as the lawful prey of shopkeep- IeMy VJdt and &Bv
ers. hotels and cab drivers. If the Re-, V do ,
public of Panama has been educated R .tnX-34, arrM e (Oainsmil .... .00 .00*******.
to a different Impression there is oe
nation, at leat, that has made a good
beginning. A .L UK Of 8 L

Rev. J. B. Culpepper and smo have
closed the most s-eeeaul revival ever -
held inLat. Peterabwrs. over one haun-
dred names haTvi been added to the
membereltp eo te dtfitrent aMbVOS
They are now ceduetag mnies l 1
Palatka. uad wiln 9o from thb o
Tampa. __$25 30
-TO--
A Hurry-Up Medlia I. I I
Every housekeeper recogates the
need of elective remedles to be med
in emergcles--when something must
.be one right away. .Seh a remedy ATLANTIC COAST LIM
is Perry Davis' Painkiller, for sprains II____________________________
and bruises, for strained muascle- sad
for the aches and pas reln asltg e.
from blows and falls. Burnsma andcuts
are instantly relieved by It and T
helped to mealingi Ti mt nion oEII IIT LI Tl
mercy bean eventy yeas ago. t Tiketa On sale Iebtary t, e I, -
is used In all countries and millions 1sl1 rewUary zoin, UD* m,
of bottles are sold annually. There and 3rd, final limit to reah orailnal piula
is but one Palinkiller. Perry Deviss'. e 00th.
Have youseenthenew r sc^ sie? not later than midnight March l~h.
--- iREAT MILITARY Pl3---
For farther information, wrvatlomas, ete., ml ea aggM-

i It .A w. aRITOT, IavNion P1m r Ab, JaJaeema o l
W. J. ORAIO, T. C. W-WW

kLol. AfL~r lsdJA belofr reshf IIo Irst. t ---------- --- ---------------^


SAVANNAH. COLUMBIA. CAMDEN. SOUTHN J hIN
RALEIGH. RICHMOND. WASHINGTON. BALTIMOM.
PHII.ADII.PHIA. NEW YORK.


K r wis. ri mvr, &owl fr- 1. 1.
&. t wwu P w. 1, -4 ..
IN ALL COUPITAILS

Pa" AjW Infri4ton" Fragile@ tar.1iwesiy.
1% 16%w ,I 1'.- 1. "
mma on W~ go&" Pwas ask"
WASHINGTON. 0 C.


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINSTILLE. FL.ORIDA, FEBRUARY 14. 1909


_eeMsTE BUSIN 5 3 CRD THE Sam

S.s. OF CATARRH VElrIN. SU ON. FORD PiWg
6 ,&b oa Med dbms w, ieesu a l al smlm at-U f 0eL Oele 11 t Crwsoied & Darv*' C a
l *0111 ea10 bor mace 1 mer fn.m. ofth' Tbh disit g ofae tbm s. Camwed dy or ht
1111111111teeto1401 =to*ants 5E11 pdareom allnt** boomow ymma at-Muf mt asaglg ain is the hndbad mmd t Imht.,% ot r i t io. *
1m et, PMFEV pr ritatis o Gh tehroat, ometaImes slgt 2 to iswe i a s
aS s a M wuean and iml health. Eves the u. T O). .& WALDO, Cuny Will be Aw go
.94 11 1JetiaIp of imp1 Mood thomgh them, add Howard P tm, to a tiie
1 Pow. ZlC=ompW N to a Mmolwe d to naeaa t *e a st WtaM prsns
011110 & tW a br pI rlt de blood. It g fIew DERT- on"a Sea rdPlnM C0s a6
Medgel-EBe- srlsorlmaeln eui lyrfl tdie MwL enrshalttr mU st ofv" 0 The ft.w ,
e T10 l m w m t.Ce ntestoft
abi"& Cri^ b It peri. 4041t F UL lLA a b S2
Tl bw.Ng hel IT tO a'S

*aga Mida xr*tomthe bsete M mao k tina ap bO. Ph MoIl. Lea addAl tl 0 Pla
ats as a aA t mead. Hoots, ti '* m t dersa
Zaem OLO rnt mi se s kMte wMo s. m m-T Da C R t al *ha e m dI
6- m' e1 th0 a w t wh 1* he aL rt n -A my t b innes umr ber of vo te
W10m1r o 1olth, ao, ar l108p
TM ULOWL__________Tomesh.ADDITIONAL SL


131 4% kMw tb MI rl L TnrI r s a D to .* P* a nethe fPian to t am :
SO A ,m, m, d k. & aes ato m P i me i sed by The Boh &




tml ita*,a emor mas -. S tt in s ** t. e .,. ho s m nam. ATn LA aoreodt wen i .olo ss wWa
MS e do hMbw: "heMSo aseir r-.ighteen Transferable Dge e
-^^^*-^ was bow& bor muen bosom lou o to be used an a Mr. t IMI-
dOftM1wilam -so w bli m D ddue bilb will be gdveR i iaft l
o afb do w A wi1 F do n t .O the .ih.DaTICon. a test a follows,t to persons
oen am sd as bnfnm .sD loom pamd Wiaft!e.b&Ta m" In chua County:

"a V M r 4mrM nfe,1 in Ie- t law "aw T t Osmt t ,t UM the highest vote, a due b
-i iin- that h e o oato bea themreit kinv hh ae To the wvecd oie raobil a
MpinS =4i L ell dmw wino' --P11101141-UL-highAst vote. a due bin 1WMl
w'IS. W.tMw a g t"e sd holdo o moli clbeom ou- $1.0.
M a y Sbla veohim thh h ter, i am IV. The To the next six receviug
__ d.uk.e"h, rk. Said: X"Intothemt. 1.
*a wo M f M1 a* = an i n p bpea a toas. T he 's o D J $160.e0.
e ~ om a l adowd hda; God save the kl .' The At Thee due bills may be adug
sao 4 Y IM dw eImua and drank. T hem I the duke wi nn ers or can be disposed a
lg M g bs t wigay a. @d, May I ales, ir. p ropos t the et a ne fwlor lny value ter hsy as
testit 'NameIr ye r gr ac,' sUp and will be worth teirIaM
St t t l T ar t u a ,' pO U tho purchae4n of one o
S4M Kid110 08C the k r. 1Th s'e heir.' p udy o U so e ver ,Dab OWLS ts pi4.
%%f t %,WgiMTIn b t got s W sM th du I'"aG blrw.M s, G-a he kl.- f In the event of a 'l hr- -
memo W a o at "A s d -s am followed.& Them the ofered, a pri e similar aM
io mehhdM a L coleetlg all enrgie ad .Athereto will be gives e
210 "P111110116 wetW upt am Ca led ant. 'The ie.
SAt so1w1ies k. her; God Mber ThM; OMorr T ATOMRT*AT-LAW, Now and Where to amVd
4 a of g s o! thw de thew am tM gla sover h b shoude. .er l The following merchallL t
M11 1 at oaes.. .v he tuere to hi brother e als S oLIC IN Aone vote or every ent pal
mjMS set My crews cCme with a e a nl ad m- establishments for goods wi
vbn gls hc~~roasv r w to a lis Every eme handle:
p~ s or M W oticed that the dake did not drink the~ An a.. IB l The Gainesville ardw
ia w a" tw or athee teast. He let the om abruptly O *" is Hoam Bsa Phifer 0Bros
a Uw blob g! gW" b 2 o Hyde & Tencb.
S411001eed wt 213h" t Iant rfe .somethi whic only a FEDINAND BATE, Where Vetes May be Coa
% sn o eto fW etad o doW oRMtmMt Ballot boxes will be fomllat
M t a S 5 a.eschmma ATTORNEYT AT LA I, tablishments of the merchls
&11a T lallmllnt-r eaa O41.I. ia.eb 0 votes and at The Su o*e
b w u ,0 t m ee ar Vu sent by mail must be dirseli
Fe a avert Voting Contest Departest Aof
Sa Q l ft 4 oft If ( y 0 an you oft P. D S (110ESunGainesville.Florida. -
1111 CASTAlmmm W1 d ~iORIlA. m Rules 1 ande latins
at0 MihIto2-1ii IjM r 1 The contest isopen to

p lf em iles mad tifn t tby the conduciprr of the
am& 3 9sose OAmSe RL t h J.'A*vouched for by some repuu din
pe wet ao raw1 am-the "M SpAT751TOt AT LAW to them well known.
I t bk.t w w1h W& M" P O2. No employee, attaches w
M M An ~ ~ (d n toer Ia 4a tive of the proprietors of the
mom Numbs no lliCIL. named irms are eligible to
1 EEhe- NTICL I-o' ]IMAM, _____b ml 6 fOIn thu contest anld wil
i 0=0 11od o b o Is hapbgiven tha a. Alls budernu no smaner.
toW hao o be and 1 bdy iutte of a Fioal Dea e of: 3 In the event mo of a
sbd o1 t Ih Voelosuel, redered by the Jude w trn un ofr n ted in thise contsesatr mt
beNo.61 =ee pemma e-the Circuit Court, of the EIghth Jd- ates
a"_ Ia sr e oem Ceal Cirit of Florida. ft and for very may be referred to s
6LJ_ 9to what to the a ebs noIp, in Cbaacery sitting., 2 M OL V u doctors of contest, who alos a
7 iJmansy k 13. ,, Intwpor e prsons qualified to ra
d d r "mai Pdewe ar 1hut 1a OfAR~oi, & FILDING 4. in the event a candid
i W. F. Orissom and 8. ~ L to withdraw from the race, a s
UI ra ge as dAefeisti, the undersiga- nIAWyYS. date will not be allowed to
.nahouw e for sale before the court votes to the credit of ano
I an ea ts ight a i Oe aesvIlle. Florida, be- -date in the contest.
semabbs sa legal hours of sale, en Mont- THE DAILY SUN.
h aa mt a t e eh 1st, 1909. to the hgbhest Old
Sow a e bidder therefore, for cash, the Practice In all Courts, State and Subscribers.
lWni Sal,,s. s m g ingI described lots, pieces, par- i2ederal. 1.25 ....... 400 votes 13W
NI hs a tracts of land, situated, lying Fe2.erl0 ........ 1.00 votes 1t
i aated M la a A that poin of fractional See. For a club of fve (old
SW tios 4. Township 11. Range 21, South one-year subscriptions (befl
dh y taught every a d East, describe as follows: Be- 1909) 2;.00 vote.s.
to m and the lhW t rIsing ginnlng at the Northwest corner of Oesev esrm 0lus a For a club of five (neW u
a e the dim f truapig bet and sair d fnractional Section 4. Township 11. oAINeeIL 1t 1909, ) 30.ino oerN. '
uinla ropes or the thua.srea crash Range 21. running thence East on the_ For club of ten (old subr.
em Gd ne 4 ueat to he the wid. Death Section lIne 26 chains and 21 links to months' subscriptions (befoe
Si n a t u in g w h ead evo hte the nce West aralel with Section line. For a club of ten (new s54
i by estimation 26 chains and "9 liankh six-month s subbcriiptious (l,0o.
5k. YTm b51t abed Ktill Wold he to a point In a pond on the Western 1, 1909) 3Ther votlmt to.h nm
e nich h dM ot m thn e even if ony boundary line of said ract nal See-T i n ntto t see
k, ..to Ah o o ln4, hieNa on..m ln as H clubs each contestant may ... .5.


e* Moi eaB the deck? It was a gere line. by estimation. 22 chains and 21 s ACKseevuLL. LA. FUL THE SEMI-WEEKLY UI
m If t1 Wa kledor ~igt links to the place of beginning. con- $1.00 ....... ...................
O Milly Sopped the dill for the tailing. by estimation. 57 9-100 acres For a club of a Me, oeyer
dy;W s he was e ly or" Ijred of land. more or less. subscriptions.........
d west e. for this was part oThesame to be sold as the property There is o limit to the
1n^n f n """^" dN wl eL 1" th ws p of said defendants, to satisfy Msaild de- clubs each conte.ta.t MAY
a h :Me 11 thenceM mua t obe lea r cree ad co. sts oliciting votes by ca
Sls peMie, an lnwar. one must take T. It. ELIUA. J|. 1 friends within the stores
S ehM Speca l Master in Chane ry.EP ION E votes is undesired by the
CM V J A CAR I. .. Er.SQ .
Ow"L I ^_ Fo Per That Terrible Itching. -lictor for-- Complanant
Mea. tetter and a"It rheum keep NOTICE. IU.UI.T0ICE S tl
their victims In perpetual torment Notier in hereby vi'ten that under
L u d-t The application of Chamberlalu'n and b) %irtu- of a Vinal I*t*crev of
eL V.Psiant ISve will Intatly allay th isItchinlglo. alur ad t.h Jude of th tve ti% e smoul, 1 Bro,- U D-RTAKINC i
L 0. Mand many cases have been cured b) Ir, un f ll'trtdr il .imil fir Alaic uail;v'; t t< h(Walsandi e-Oi
1 U it ase. For sale by all druggists. couti, t 't) hihu.rru -itlilg dlmiled Jan 1 y0u1l; 11 t to SuwannSw tRi-
uar ,th. '. La or of H 1i ver; Iaurlth to Al'achus. liih PULL LINE OF
OW h S Useless POsyerys. ri' j d it i(a,^aint at1611d ar la,!t nd Wrtintoun Spnr NEW OOODS..*
MN M ihOa M-A1ea4y a quar. An earnest ) ouiir-abpreacher Its a r iIt, tto le rn ll rigt r f,(r .ti, (lar Nery, au.d all intirruied-
ad qmw I Meaetie wmi apte country ~ llit :r -,n,. Iduthi< a I o.: I f,,o, It,, .,,nit i.,oi dAo r at iltU
ltg. "A"md l o. ', et us lpray fr It hu. I o lo o'lil., '.i i 11, a I tOWN-, 'P IttlI ATE MIN >, A r -
A ND TITLES ar d*.llt are d i thel unlaiituhabit Ir',:. t, Hit. i -h. -t .,t,, h. I, iilif hSTILLS, .AW-Ml-.I.. awl F. AHM MON1 M'0T1o O1h0
paurtiou s of tat- .atrit h" ilh t o ,,r o .f l tl h Il ..I i t h:. tl .
,, i__________ o ,[ ,I 1i i.... r' i.n t, l.,,-eir te aih Ai'-i*t" lKUl0d i E. 1t4,
Aulsl I IsA (l lnAl1en-
S h t iy pe s da cough to e n s and stuffy ldt i k. o...i 4i,>l ,i.,I l KI-ll h (, r nii- P*rimt ,i-.s.,,-or..Sam 1,- *
SI "WA*- M --(-e- in yuar titlr. Ho416 cu1h1 aiId stuffy 'cold. tht a ut ( -l6 i.i. *1. ., 1 ...< ,1
hill i eg ow P. ed daily may detflup utou euio nia uItti r o Th,. -.ui to...' t. |,rI,.. i ,t. I- tPsea W U
Sight are qu tki) cured by F-4- of r 1. 1o t t. tol.tilt- l to ati ..f l dt s ilS M S e "
oay and Tar, ad it othe la .r and t'S,.l. rIriT.rI. IN Jicrr ue It ,t and cw
ed memabraste heal.he lun s It t 00El r ttrht'h.mir) c. enln.
W. McCouI & Co. .Aau huto ful uutiemlainaz _________________


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GRAND


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O'OLOOK


P. M.=
PM"


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e beautiful Lots are located on West Liberty
w, just ten minutes' walk from the heart of
r Gainesville. This is an ideal residence sec-
ad a number of handsome homes have been
isd in close Froximity to this property


A gilt edge investment can be had in prha-ing
one or more of dese choice Lots. Real Estate -
the basisof all real wealth and more nmony be-
ing made in this line than any other investme
Investigate this property and 'came to the Sale .


rnmd-I -I


MAKE THE PRICE


THAT MAKES IT RIGHT


1-4 Cash, Balance in 6,12 and 18 Months.


Interest


O


axes


BIG


BRASS


BAND


OONOERTI


iT METHOD OF SELLING IS NEW, NOVEL AND UNIQUE. 4 t o
S*COME OUT AND HEAR THEiFAMOUS TWIN AUCTIONEERS


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ORRI


CRYING THE SAME BID AT THE
SAME TIME IN THE SAME TONE.
SELLING A LOT A MINUTE t i


FREE


CARRIAGES


SOUTHERN


REALTY


&


AUCTION


COMPANY.


$100.00 WORTH OF VALUABLE AND BEAUTIFUL SIL-
VERWARE WILL BE GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE
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*THR DAILY BUN: GAINISTILLK, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 14, 1909


Mrs- Opto-en of I1lwh Raaplnam us a fi


tI the city ye-- Family Season ticket, transferable,
.50J.; Children's Season tickets, SI.0.
l teU arrived in Mi- Avice Walker, teacher of the
M trn= his jar, t" Wrocky Point school. v.as a visitor to
b family. the city Saturday. She states that her
*h, ee of Clarke re- school is in a most flourishing condl-
m.I yesterday after a tion.
r pre ts In this city. Mrs. C. A. Marks and little son
aggg people cordially were among the shoppers to the city
M wl aid young people yesterday. They were accompanied
Oi at 6:30 Sunday by Miu 1 Sisk. who is visiting Mrs.


GREAT


At WILSON'


PREPARATORY TO


MOVING


QUARTERS WE ARE STILL OFFERING SOME

EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN ALL LINES.

You can make your selections from the best of our


immense stock.


We call special attention to


Dress Goods, Silk


Watch this space for the aouncement d our


GRAND SPRING OPENING
IN OUR NEW QUARTERS.

jes' Ready-toWear 6ls Our Specialty. EveryMq Iw


PHONE

109


R. WILSON


The ame ses for misua emI4.
Cedar Key oysters, day and nlht,
at Rutherford's RestaursnL
Japonicas, Palms. Ferna and Shrub-
bery; Pecan ad Fruit Trees in va-
riety. H. 8. Gmves, 'phone 1.
F. 3. Bridges of Ocala arrived la
the city yesterday for the purpose of
conveylnt some prisoners to the
camps.
Miss Mary Wilcox of Wileox sta
tion arrived in the city yesterday sad
will spend the next few days here
visiting friends.
Have you sees our aew "Merry
Widow pumps?" They are Krippen-
dorf & Dittman's creation and strictly
up to date. L. C. Smith.
Chautaqua Ticket flre- Srll
Season ticket, set trea eabia.l.
Family sea@ tib tag metvds
a.0; children's iies teiush PASL
St. Petersburg Cer. & ped 0e. t.
Petersbrg. Fla.-Burpse's 0bi
Fruit. Produce, Eggs. etc. I-st
market In State. ConsIIgaois I
correspondence solicited.
We make suits to you sseaare
from Bruner Woolen Co's. all pure
wool clothes, every yard of which
bear their guaranteed stamp. Chas.
Ellis. 223 W. Main street.
Chautauqua Ticket Prieee--traight
season ticket, not transferable, P.0;
Family Season ticket, transferable.
$3.50; Children's Season tickets, $1.50.
I hail' determined to dispose of my
IlShe- and l.'atht.r butine,-o. and from
this date offer mu etitire' stock at
gr.-atly reduced, and v'ry temptitiK
tfiurea Si Mt cath J t1 MathViion.
TI*" tnagulfifceint Eterett Grand pi-
atino that oal u?.Id lto the Bible Co('u-
fo.r. ne*- In the Talrucial* lb for sale'
;s ia hiargaiin Appl> to A. it Harper
I':a.11 ('* In o Main atret. Jackron-
S1 ,.' %.'It
1l \ illi,. i ,n ,,f tial, isth 1 ('
I t,. I a' It F \\ illi.rlI,. lI l.*it. a*'
I I 11 I l I I I I I f t 4 1k, ai
,' I II I t VAI l I II ll' 1 Ili
I- : %1 lidf 'Ai41 l', b ibiA ti* at ul,
f ,f f r ral i ~l i IIK Ili 1 a111
.I I l.. tki l.iild r-ftI iii i4 tlo hier
a hA Ii. h i t -ti lI,,i i 4 11 iniK %i la, k
I %.. l fi. -Ir .v, .n-t -,I | i ( i r- lOrt
tI 1 I tl I l(It !-
At Auction-Hoffman. th. lthor tiar *I a( rllaili (',ab | ti Ml111hloii. sill Ib -
I jt aUf't l iln tot their hligheI bidder
t e d itI-( 41a 'V -ta .tsAr) 4o 1 '4it at I'
I l l. k hi front of ('r.a ford & I)a ls'
.bl'.hia- A rare 'hai ce to get a flue
r*g .- i he ap Lul t furget tha date
.ILtd tiU


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evvy wead ed r em al s sestg pa
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WANTED,
WANTED-Messenger boy. Apply at
Western unionn Telegraph offee.
POn RINT.
FOR RaNT- ive-rom eaottaes. Ap
ply 3" E. Uberty street.
FOR RENT Pive-room cottage an
block next to square- city water.
electric lights, bath A oand all
modern convenlences. "pply at this
office
Clothes Made at Home.
I can fit y(ou with a nice suit made
to your measure at the price you pay
for cuoton a-nmde clothes. Chase Ellis.
22:1 WHt Main street.
Ift It's printed statonery you want.
r .. ~n M 'e**t 1o


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SALESMAN WANT ED to =5 to a
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calihimis Mr & M-OM109. S.
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LOCAL AGENT WANTD--A b
uas ges t wanted by a Nth
ommuisolm he to1 1 sesit
mests of ftrits a-d vset..bles. Ap
ply to 3. Oermala. Oramada. M.
LOOT.
IA)lT -On Tbursday between I aMd I
i. m. ot i he rock road going to Cal-
,.rit). a black chinchill taller-
miad oertoat The Sader by lav-
ing said article at this office will he
liberally rewarded


Bank


GAINK VILLK FLORIDA


Established Over Twenty Years


Surplus s. $iclOOO.(MJ


....t YES r Busin....
....We Solicit Your Business...e


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