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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 16, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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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: VID01579
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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SeGAInUVILL, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1909


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SEOAsa DEPOT IS


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7 V-U-&- t. "- LAWTIY. Peb. 15.-The Seaboard
S, alfatWr s terr Air Use depot here was discovered to
if t hte a* very be Mo fire about I o'clock this morn-
t nesims. ta, and the fSames ate their way
Sprivat Soures that through the Inflammable material with
diee Berry Dnaisi such rapidity that it was impossible
o as a very danger- to save either the building or any
a, was shot4 ad of the freight stored therein. the lo- o
Tills at Fort Meade. being total. Just what the losA will
tbe is Imposible to estimate during the
excitement. as no one who is ap-
roac liable knows what amount of
freight was stored In the dli~t The
; ctle, of th. Imlhill :-" i. t .tlIal (t d at
The- orl in of thl. fire is not known,
a I hI d Mi l g.tli- i.d -il-rahlte head-

the dummy. wa (in
legs, but nut bel 1 ONE INSANF, TWO
aegros injured. Hot'
Imre s5ariou)l> hurt DEAD AT STARKE
>ut will not Iprotbbly
r iokes had I.-en a
Sof the ill fur atMiut S.TAltI I ', i l I Al.,, /
eaves a lIfe and four i i i .tl ht- r -il. i i ,
n his lob* -. I,.. iinr w. .tur 1I. i 1* ln I
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rMe to His Roost. *i
C('rter of lunerlA-'ei
lIt 3 II U .'*l,5l l I l 1:. ,1 I : 1 I,
as al oua Ct %I r tlettI tI.. ,,u ,1 ,,.i h I i, t, l, ,1 .4 0
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ELEGANT CLARENDON


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NIAGARA FALUS IS

LOED WIn 1ICE

NIAGARA FALLS., N. Y.. Feb. 15.-
Only a tiny rivulet, not deep nor swift
enough to carry a pulp log over the
brink, s floating ever the American
Ws of Niagara Fm A'strong north-
eat wtid. wllkc has blown sinle Fr-
day. has held back the water and al-
lowed the Ie to gals a foothold.
great wall of Ice ruas from the head
A great wall of Ice ruas frm the
bead of Oat land to phe American
I mtaiandt. hr i only tiny
streams are ae to trickle. This wall
has even ~eSlasbed on the Canadian
elanneL extending out some 20 feet
beyond the third Sister Island and
greatly dimlnishing the fow over the
horseehoe. Only the very apex of the
Canadian fall is left aad that is rob-
bed of half Its flow. The gorge be-
low e choked and the rapids have lost
the fry, while the whirlpool is bare-
ly In motion.
i Thso is oly the thrdte that this
combeation of wnd and aee has thus
affected thetals nce the white man
came here. The other oeeaslons were
March 9, 1848. and March t2. 1903.


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JACKSONVIULE. Pa., Feb. 15.-A
profemaoal safe blower, giving his
nina as John Simpson of Curtain
Bay. Baltimo e, was arrested Sunday'
morning at 3 o'loek while In the act
of blowing the .ae tn the store of
Charles H. Burwna tin the heart of the
buslnes trimct. Patrolman Am-
mms. In walktg Ms bleat h eard a
mosee In the store, 8ad., ending the
door umaneked rept In and was d-
rectly over the safe blower before the
latter was aware of his presence.
Seattred about him on the floor
was am glyearle. saws, chisels.
ties. revolvers, and all implements
varied by professional burglars. The
-i oaered no resistance.
Simpsoan mde a confession at po-
n"ee h-dqar ters, saying that he has
been operating for some time in Jack-
isvfl ie ad was a pal of Charley
Siles. the Yeggmas who was killed by
a policeman at Laures. S. C. Bimp-


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here rushed across the river to a
breeze, but even with this aiddksi
help the fire could nct be Chgchd.
The fire was discovered by t hei
ers who were Just going to work. i
originated in the coal binas ader t-
kitchen and at first it seemed tha % s
fire extinguishers would do the wU4.
but there was some difficulty il n
ting the water faucets to worklag, a
seeing that the fire was beyond M
trol. the guests were notified to 1
for their lives.
Twelve extra policemen were meal
out and they did excellent work. TIM
roof of the Cherokee home of M.
Kochersperger caught from qsp ,
and but for the heroic efforts ad t.
Gibson, a guest of the Seaside e j
and others, who climbed to the r(4
it would have been destroyed.
The Clarendon was just bIe-in l '
the season whichh promised to be eI
most prosperous. Every room Is do
big hotel was engaged.
The awake pIrao. reads tIa "a
ads. every day-and M aswes m
most as often.


LOUISVILLE, Ky., Feb. 15.-Ken-
tucky, second liquor-producinr State
in the Union. and up to this time un-
scathed by State-wide prohibition
flight will be the battlefield for the
declaration of total prohibition, from
Tuesday. February 1I. forward. On
that day the Anti-Saloon League and
kindred temperance forces will meet
in Louisville. and the upshot of the
meeting will undoubtedly be the pass-
ing of resolutions calling on Gov. Will-
soa to summon the Lecislature In ex-


make a Afre was attacked with a
hemorrhage, and died a few minutes
later.
SONNIE MILROSL.
MELROSE. Feb. 15.-Mrs. J. A
Waters and Miss M. McLain enter-
tained Thursday afternoon quite a
number of their friends at cards.
"500" being the game. The. large
room wa- tastefully decorated i|th
bamboo and red heart of variosm.
bise.. The *ery pretty hli.., painted
score cardlas wre the work of lMr-
Waters At the end of the<. Kan- thet
lutky wiruers received th-eir prizt .
and flnallv delicious refr, h, ,'**,t- hI
three co, r ,., or,. .r ,ld. Al t',i'.a, i
it Uile" f h il02t t ale 1 a. le .1 ,h tlul ,i ,
1,1 4 Fill~i iiirii( 1- .11144, t till ( id .


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tra sesilon for the consideratiUs 4
State-wide bill, or for uniform GeNt
local option embracing cities of the
first and second classes.
The chief interest point of the O
ventlon, beginning Tuesday. Is f
speech to be delivered by I. L
O'Rear. the retiring chief justle d
Kentucky court of appeals, wheo -
previously declared in favor of
prohibition for the State and a0 i
even to the abrogation of cea-m-
tiUo, purchase and manaufact an
whiskey.


8.000 boxes will have been shili
from this section.
Newly registered at the Ha'-S
House are Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. I
marsh of Inlet. N Y.. and Ja 5IL
Halley of East Orange. N. J.
Lincoln's birthday was observed
the hoisting of the National 1A 1J
the town hall and b.%eral proa
houses.
(. 0. Ilri g.. t,Ul,.riiteudest di
.'Chools for (Cla. coulit% aa in t,


Thfe ti*. ~*'e-o ~ .aud K
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Robert Fleming Was Shot


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DAYTONA. Feb. 15.-Tbe Hotel
Careadon at Seabreese, one of the
largest resort hotels on the East
Coast. was totally destroyed by fire
early Sunday morning. The 215
guests, who were asleep at the time,
were saved without injury, and many
were able to gather up most of their
belongings.
When the blase was first discover-
ed the night clerk rushed the help to
each room, notifying guests, who
made their way hurriedly to the
streets. At one time the blase ap-
peared to be under control. but the
wind shifted and it broke out anew,
and In less than three-quarters of an
hour the entire building was burned.
The ten cottages owned by H. R.
Kochersperger caught from sparks
and all were burned at the same time.
The hotel help ese panic stricken
and the cl. rkj could do nothing with
them. one woman biting the clerk
badly on the hand. The hotel was
a wooden structure valued at $200.000
and was insured for about 40 per cent.
When the fire alarm was sounded
n Pavtona hundreds of persons from


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adsofpeibum no Ims sorommw
am adfta very debm S eudkmif
61mb3am beet wee my smips.
6" 84W~t wu am "m. n Mdat bme w
md ofaadsu~ms the 2med"m910..
msof Itad msts Ver &M the all.
the sassew On whk is
sobefft dl :sto tales.
"Inotbethe hIe.id 1. lot my ItW
bfgter4%Wa4 I ImemlAtely went for
a botths of VIDAlft helped her was-
detully. *shea gaoned 7rapidly ID
&Ah amd Mres"ahm am h oe
Iso on banNo easly.
q% aM eutI m-Ily gStMUl for the
m a kmdome her. a"d I hopeother
~hevsWho have weak, delicate or
amUmg eblidrm w~ij be baemeted by my
aerame.amd Just give Viaol a t;iAL-
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M and*e D mene matmnmes to
tdI li s o pIowm eatest. but Miss
bos aUt dewn her lead yee.
we~ IW ever a hamndvotes.
eswusis the wtm Ms of tih eoa-
Onbm lok -Mo. city........ ,15t
O *M Ma W e ty....SU.a4
Mi udt S*triekisad ....... 301,.4
OeUl M. Dahtrey. sity.......158J5


m Mary MeCe ek. e, ity...
ma N Iu b Dkkmtem. city...
Mia Ad as lrmel, city .......
Mm t OCarter. No A. Groi. Newberry......
n" Mabel emb s, y e y.....
Kiss Jeedo 3M.s, ty.......
MI A. Str shkmd Waldo.....
Miss Bam e Beal. ety.........
Miss Autd. Beb.le............
Mim mma Haudao. eity......
Ma EveMas stat. WaMdo.....
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71,870
U5.755
47.695
44.970
27,910
30.80"
12.245
21,775
18.190
12,286
11.430
10,845

5,490
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A Hapy U"am le
'X. W. V. MMbelU. who couadct
the phastraph gallery near the Ire
atle. ad Mrs. Ger trade Brow n of
Wayem. OG.. were married at the
hme ad Mr. sad Mrs. Adams. 0o
S. Oakh ves. Saturday light. 13th
beat.. e. P.IR. DrdMges, pastor of the
Pat Methodist church, oIclating.
The brle has oaly boes in Galnes-
vtole a w da. and when she valted
Mr. Misherl ph to gallery it was
oMeM a rt lIht between them. The
peple ao Gf aesvIeo extend them con-
aetaulalema. d wita them a long
amd haw mwOed e.

Weism e Hame.
Mrs. Roe Waters, the popular chief
delivery aerk at the postofice, has
nftwred from Bruawiek, Ga., where
ihe was called oa account of-the
aertlm ilUaes of her slater. Her many
trieod.s which means everybody who
has hbulanes at the postoffice. heart.
Uly welcome her back. During her ab-
seoe Mrs. W. T. Zetrouer, the asslst.
&at delivery clerk. has handled the de
livery of mail from the window with
PrcOptnaes, though the work hap bee-:
very burdensome at times.
Will Have Handeome Stock.
Mrs. F. T. McCormalck. %ho h;a bN n
absent for the past ten daya ra.C'
lug her spring line of mnlllimntr). ha,
returned to her hotne here. She via,
it*'ed the prwincill market ai(d will
have all the late.-t creation to ahous
the ladies at htr openiusg

He Likes Gainesville.
Joseph Minchener of Ulrminlham.
father of Mrs. Ctha. Falrcloth. .tfi
for his bome Monday. after ha ing
*peat several days here on a luitl
He is well pleased with this part of
FlorIda and nay be a regular %iituor
here In future winters.

Itching, blovdiig. lrutrudlig. or
blind pile yleld tu L uIu' Olaitatiict
ChroUtn came soon replied, f.uall)
cured. Druggaists all bell It
THo t* o ee for malag carts.


TO Am TONIT

LIARO FROM WEST NOW COM.
ING TO PLORIOA.

vYuM Ve*et*ab May sun*r, "su
NethiMng SertoleM Is peeted from
Reported Celd Wave.


Much
for this
thought
ter will
point.


coldfir weather In rredleted
t-ertion tanlt~h~t. and It I,
toy many that the the'rmfunw.
lorobatbly dFrJi to the froezling


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CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA.'
B&ointIhb. Croup, Cougm andd Cold o
Lnuacy back. and gpurntced by
J. W. McCOLLUiM & CO.


Miss N. Norton


Novelties, Books, StItioder)

Souvenirs, Sheet Picture

mAid Picture Frames....


'AYP Of 1013 l OEDMOi


The Gainmille National Bm.
Cndismd a'm p to Uhe ComptreU at ,
Oem t dDm FrMay, Feb. th, ito

RESOURCES
Loan. and Discounts ......... ........ 2 409
()nerdln ift i. . .. ... . 29- 5
Building.and Fixtures ............ .:. ,7: 3
I'liite'i -tates old and( IPreminums.... .. 17!,C'#; 98
( County Bonid and Warrant-............. 1. 4) 00
Calsh and Sight Exchange .............. l 1 I:3,
Total ..... ...... ...... ......... *884,538**

LIABI CITIES
Capital Stock ........................ $1K ,000 00
Surplus and Undivided Proit .......... 17938 09
Circulating Notes Outstanding .......... 97,600
Bonds Borrowed ..................... 2.,j)00 00
Rediscounts ........................... 31,450 00
United States Deposits.. ..* ........... 40,000 00
Individual and Bank Deposits .......... 3:8,.548 4

Total............ .................. $ 54,S sa
I, C. A. Fairrloth, Cashier of the ahovt-namwd bank, do so
We.,r that the above statement in true to ite beet of nm knowlm
belief. C. A. FAIRCLOTH, ci3e
Fnbeeribed and sworn to before me this, the lth day of FelI na 1.
W. H. ANDE1RON, Jr., NotaryPb
Corect-Attemt: M. H. .D-Pas, W. R. Steckert, T. W. lands, Direos.
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The western cold wave had struck
Texas on the coabt yesterday and was
rapidly moving In tbis direction with
the schedule to reach us by Wednes-
day morning. when severe weather Is
expected, but nothing to equal what
we had a couple of 9 ek si.ln".
It would be advlsable for all farm.
er who have young and tender vege-
table plants to protect them as much
as possible.
Some sections of the country will
loose fully Otty per cent of the. cab-
baie crop as a result of the lai-t
tre.e, wile In low wet places the
damage will be very light.

CLINK-COOK WEDDING.
Happy Pair Join Future Destiniee on
LaMt undy Noen.
Dr. A. Clile and Miss Berths
Cook were married on Sunday noon
at the realdenee of J. Manasse. North
Pleasant street. Rabbi Victor Caro of
Milwaukee performing the ceremony
Mkse Ida Burkhim playing the wedding
mareb.
The weddiag was a very quiet af-
fair and only a fey of the friends of
the couple were aware of the en-
gagement which terminated In thelf
anion.
Dr. Caine is a new arrival In the
city, and while he has been here only
a few months he has already estab-
Itlhed a lucrative practice and made
many friends, who extend to him and
his lovely wife their best wishes.
The bride has resided here since
c014hood. and has a large circle of
friends who have learned to admire
her for her many lovely traits and
amiable disposition.

TRY THE MONRY-SACK CURE FOR
INDOeSTION.
Nine times In ten stomach derange-
ments are responsible for sallow com.
plexiom. dull eyes and thin bod).
It Is the stomach that supplies
nourishing blood to the muscles. the
nerves, and skin. It the stomach ih
healthy, plenty of nutritious matter
will be absorbed by the blood. If It
Is not healthy, the food will ferment.
and undigested, will pass along
through the bowels,. furnishing so It-
Ute nutritious matter that the blood
becomes impoverished, and the glow
of health vanishes.
If you suffer from nervousness.
sick headache. belching of gas. sour
taste in the mouth, heaviness after
eating, or any other miserable stom-
ach disturbance. you need Mi-ona.
and the sooner you get it the quicker
you will be healthier and happier.
It will relieve any distressed stoy-
asch condition almost Immediately. It
will cure if used according to direc-
tions. J. W. McCollum & Co. sell it
for 50 cents a large box. and they
think enough of it to guarantee it to
cure indigestion.


for


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Prices


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Terms


I AMUSEMENTS

At The Baird Theatre.
"'HoollH; it in New York" was th(
)>fering i-: Tae iBaird Tieatre last
.alt night. Owing to thtv rain tie
audience %a- ,ii.a:l

Electric Theatre.
The presentation of the new line o!
pictures this week at the El,- Theatre will no doubt be appreciated
by all who are fortunate enough to
witness them. A new reel is now in
existence depicting the dire calamity
of earthquake and volcanic eruption
In Sicily and will be shown at the
Electric Theatre Just as uoou as it
can be secured.
On Saturday afternoon at the chil
dren's matiaee, the boy and girl who
has the right number will each re-
ceive a present.
On Monday night. Feb. 22. Ross
Urase will appear as a Lyceum num-
ber, the greatest. completes most ar-
tistic one-man performance on the
road.
Oe s ho Ulve to a furnished room
am be pretty "indpendent"---tor the
r4. keep the bet to be had within
his reach.
SCIENCE PREVENTS BALDNEM.
The wt"el esam am" l emnef 0ew

It Is the rarest thing In the world for
a man to be necessarily bald. No man
whooe hair Is not dead at the roots, seed
be bald it be will use Newbro's Herpl-
cide, the new sealp antiseptic. Harpl-
cide dc-tziuys the germ that cuts the hair
off at the root; and cleans the scalp of
dandruff and leaves It In a perfectly
healthy condition Mr. Mannett, In the
Maryland llre-k. Butte. Mont.. was en-
tirt-ly 1 -L In 1. than a month Herpi-
cide 1..- r! a the enemic- of hair
growth. ni. .tttire did Its work by cov-
ering h-a l.t d. with thl.k h.ir an Inch
Ig. na".. ilL -.x 1Weeks he hlild a normal
suit of hair Suld by Ihading drulgglts.
Bend kl, In at.imps for ammple to Thb
lHerVIC1,4 Cv., D. trvt. 3Mich.
Two sisa--60 cents and 81.00
J. 1. Bodi:ord & Co.. Special Agents.


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thioI"I~i hank'suticen'.. give to its 5 ('Lt',)jaivrri'. otwr t
llit,!- Wij eill I) JM.ged comiiirv* ai n ya~UStri Cad ggg d




THE DUTTON BANK
IAM. i. THt)MAi, Premi-teut. 1 lb.TURiNI1.h C&'4Lf'


to


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLF, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 16. 1909


mer, Having Operated
uifelwsse for Senme
SHis Capture.

tahe egrO sent up from
wowt- afor selling "'boos."
Sscape from the camps
to be In this section

a s splcuOs figure and
here. For many months
a hack. and is a darkey
eo easily remembered
u s, sand the authorities
b ie is now In b hiding near
e fully now living here.
w"s eat up at the last
00it d si mtenced to twelve
gr lE' 1g liquor, but he had
"I t ite three months when
g Escape on last Saturday
VE blu and has since been

dixt x feet tall. ginger-cake
suaer sllm. generally neat-
with far more Intellect
urnge negro. A reward
O ge d for his capture by
who are doing every-
le to *apprehend him.
e



rCINI CONDENSED

L L Tomas of Willeford
I gf Hi his friends in the city

d Mrs. W. J. Griffin of Starke
ie the city, guests of the
~mlsr. Mrs. H. P. Holstein.
W. NeDowall arrived in the city
31Neberry last night and will
Sn xWt few days here visiting

Regalets cure constipation
griplg, nausea, nor any weak-
uWeLt. Ask your druggist for
5o rnts per box.
L- MeKinney of Louise.
B illlm visiting her sister, Mrs.
P. t1Me-ma for the past few days.
to her home yesterday.
eabbam Is rejoicing over the
aief boy which arrived Sat-
1 li ad took up headquarters
iMe. Both mother and child

Ai MeCreary left yesterday for
where he 'IIl spend a few
Sa the sights of the State
SM reported that there is
S e "fair" attraction for
il te Cigar City.
OIL A" Hendrick Spencer of
Ta k City is the charming guest
LJ. F. McKlnstry. Jr. She will
IM" time here, having express-
g fas Udelighted with Gaines-
Od1 l e people whom she has
fb Mesaure of meeting.
# Aie ".. man, the thorough-
Seis a Coach Stallion, will be
s Utis. to the highest bidder
imII ay. February 20. 1.ul. at I'
is front of Crasford & lI)Mtis'
A rare chance to get a flue
-. Don't forget the date

t h. L McKinstry left y'ste.r
Jbar Jacksoeville. here ,hle' Sill
IS'eral days 1i- iting in the'
jP iat the changeK will ir-\".
to her. h8be has recet-utly rte-
uiii 5 s'.\er. 'ipell of fevr
m e *nabi-d to tra.e'l, for
[i;1 S a* sd he.r rlriedp ar' i hank

.?g^S 1 Department-*pring and
Jll^ 4 esir* to izaniuani(e' their


~~U~l dipia)of Ithejl' lt ftlu%'
~ m~Oik'bs ,rk l~ru. t. ) (boea
~ b~vetheir rt Ij'i e'.Ilg1?iat% 'i~
ijto s40% the' Kr~id4eleaiai4 take
'~ A call durilig (111,i"alt.I-

5 toSUC5Missionary Society.







A OLD IN ONE DAY
IBITI V tutBO340QUlaIe'1
Weunid!mosty It
IL W. oaovuNs eW4


MILLIONS OF LIVES LOST

Th Awful TAl Cl0t kby Cmum


MONTHS


SNLY THREE
gp HI TIME.


Fror COLDS and GR-P-
1114ko' (.At'l i)INi'.is the' b4 t ruere
dy rlt'l%-, e 11t. 'acbliag atd fe'. erit-h
av,-curt'~ i Ow odd w id re t'r,.
coruid 4,141Itie eji It a5 I ui e -u uI Ifelms
izaI' itt 1). 14cC, ''vawld ec at drug


SeTcre' a tenaut for that
room through a clasiflhed
The Stili


furyor -Ik
own ta,


vacant
ad In


N ESCAPES

^ilirSTATE PEN


If people could only understand that
catarrh Is an Internal scrofula -that
nothing applied externally does much
good- they would not need to be
warned so often about this fatal dis-
eawe. which, when neglected. Invaria-
bly ends up In consumption. at the
cost of millions of lives every year.
Yet catarrh is easily cured if the right
treatment is employed.
Catarrh is caused by germs In the
olood which circulate through the en-
tire system. External remedies give
but temporary ease. Although the
effects are often seen In the form
of pimples,. rash. ecema or dry scealy
skin, the trouble is Internal, and can
never be cured by external remedies.
The only way to cure catarrh is
by a medicine which is absorbed and
carried by the blood to all parts of
the system, so that the mucous mem-
brane or Internal lining of the body is
thoroughly medicated, soothed, disin-
fected of germ matter, and the sore-
ness healed.
We have a remedy prepared from
the prescription of a physician who
for thirty years studied and made ca-
tarrh a specialty and whose record
of success was a cure in every case
where his treatment was followed as
prescribed. That remedy is Rexall
Mucu-Tone. We are so positive that
It will cure catarrh In all its various
forms. whether acute or chronic, that
we promise to return every penny
paid us for the medicine in every case
where it falls to cure or for any rea-
son does not satisfy the user.
We want you to try Rexall Mucu-
Tone on our recommendation and
guarantee. We are right here where
you live. and you do not contract any
obligation or risk when you try Rexall
Mucu-Tone on our guarantee. We
have- Rexall Mucu-Tone in two bsies..
The prices are 50c and $1. Very ofteb
the 5u0c size effects a cure. Of course.
in chronic cases a longer treatment
is necessary. The average In such
Instances is three $1.00 bottles. J.
W. MeCollum & Co., corner East Main'
and Union streets.

MARRIED AT NEWIERRY.

Two Popular Young Couples United
by Judge Ira J. Carter.
NEWBERRY, Feb. 15.-One of the
prettiest weddings ever witnessed In
this city was that of Mr. L. W. Web-
ster and Miss Atlanta Studstill on
the night of Feb. 10th, at the resi-
dence of the bride's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. iH. Studstill. Judge Ira J. Carter
officiating. The bride was beautifully
attired in white satin, while the groom
looked his best In conventional black.
At 8 o'clock p. m. the house was
crowded with guests. At 8:15 Men-
delssohn's Wedding March was played
by Mrs. 8. P. Getsen. and the Judge
tied the knot that made them both
one.
The house was tastefully decorated
with ferns, flowers and Jalpanese
lanterns. After the ceremony the
happy couple departed for their home
in the suburbs of town.
Mr. Webster holds a position with
the C('umme.r L.umbtwr ('Conrany in thea
phoslehate de-partm.nt he.re,, bhis home
.ing in Sa.undersi lll.', Ga.
The' bride' is th'. s*,-t daughter
of Mr and Mr.s I. Studstill. formn.erly
of l..''y county

Married at the' re.'id.'ie e of Mr T
It lItIdgK- t'" Sillelia.) iulKht of the' "ib
ii-t Mr Jinm lat is and Ms.-S Antit-
lJie'rs. .udKge Ira J a('.rte-r offi llatin
it' 'r, is r a t a:int fulltfU dre'.s <'d i1"
whiht.' thile" |h"' Krg )feim S tioclal M ritk Aft. r Icl,. <.re. iu thes-
Ku, ', t .I t o t li.' (IIIIligI
.ill k lli .e' tf e .t. le,' A h


VALENTINE RECEPTION.

Large Number Present Monday at
McCollum Home.
The cros ninig e'vet of the' season
was the Vale'ntlne reception gi%.-n by
.Mlrs. J. W. McCollum. In honor of her
guest Mrs. Andrew ltritgstro).i of At-
lanta. Mrs. McCollum was assisted
in receiving by Meadames I) H. Tha-
rin. Lee Miller of Ocala. Hulme and
Miss Mamie Wilcox. Mrs. Sam T.
Dell and Mrs. Sam Davis served
punch from a prettily decorated corn-
er in the back parlor. The color
scheme of red and white was carried
out in the dining-room. The table was
tastefully decorated Aith red heart
pendants, the center-piece being a
heart-shaped boquet of red carnations,
with maiden hair ferns. Delicious re-
freshments were served In the dining-
room. buffet style. These consisted of
bisque cream, with Individual heart-
shaped cakes, with touches of red, and
boa boas. From there the guests
were escorted to the coffee room.
where coffee %id cocoa were served.
The front parlor was beautifully decoe
rated with cupids and ferns, also
garlands of flowers. The back parlor
suggested spring, with Its decoration
of fruit blossoms and hand-painted
birds scattered over the walls. The
halls and stairway were decorated
with garlands of myrtle and palmet-
toes.
Souvenirs of this delightful occa-
sion consisted of Valentine post-cards.
Miss Ida Burkhim presided at the
piano. Misses Annie Cannon and Alma
Fennell assisted in the dining-room.
also Mrs. J. 8. Bodiford. Little Misses
Catherine Halle and Kittle Tbarin also
assisted.
Mesdames Thornton Stringfellow,
H. H. McCreary, J. F. McKlnstry, Jr.,
and 8. A. Ledbetter assisted in enter-
taining. Mrs. Sydney Robertson and
Miss Ruth Scarratt had charge of the
Valentine mail service.
About one hundred guests were


T]


*MuuM. CASTORIA AuA








he Kind You Hao AvUl k

In Use For Over 30 Yers


present and the affair was tborough-
ly enjoyed, as Mrs. McCollum proved
herself as charming a hostess as ona
former occaslous. .

ix Nights "Go a You Pease" RaLEPHOe.
How many tired fathers and moth-
ers In 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-yours needn't. White's the met valuable eatur
Cream Vermifuge will get rid of the 1 t"hPU e: -e... _eis
worms and strengthen the child. Price tee withe extensv aIs" arnee
25 cents per bottle. Sold by W. M. tinioftthe Amel Teleph d
JTel*rph C e Ameeny Tdlethe e the

Orand Auction Sale of Lets. 0sslated l01 Tel Sephne
Attention is directed to the large We Wewo theSOM O *fN milee of left
advertisement of the Southern Realty dietane Ines I the sven States I
and Auction Company, which appears whist we operate and In adOs e-om
elsewhere. They advertise another e50W"St O7y toleph8RS In r syPtam
grand auction sale of lots to occur in with Iln esteadig to ay ethe ity
East Gainesville. on Alachua avenue- -I whtnl a Bell Toelepheoe em Is
just thirty of them--all high and dry epntod.
and well located In the heart of the These log dietaeee Ies are of t
city. No interest and no taxes untl matotm m" drand Impoved esnealr
you have paid all on the lots. ties and man talked at a gh
Ob Of ememey. The Bell system
Baby Hands
Will get into mischief-often it
means a burn or cut or scald. Apply
Ballard's Snow Liniment just as soon Seu hem Be
as the accident happens, and the pain
will be relieved, while the wound will
heal quickly and nicely. A sure cure T l
for sprains, rheumaUsm and all pains.
Price 25c, 50c and 1.00 a bottle. Bold an
by W. M. Johnson.

Mission Society.
The regular monthly meeting of the
\Wotman's Foreign Mission Society of
the Methodist Church will Iw held at
the church this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Thin is the' regular annual meeting UI I--m---.-w Ui -I


for the elections of officers, and all
nut'ib*rs aret' arue tly requested to
Ib present. M.1M. ii. L PHIIFER.
Prusldent.

Committee Meeting Called.
The ine-nirsTrs of the joint commit
t-4" of thfe (,Gainti tll- H lble Confer
Si, are- re-que ,t<-d to m ..t I at the of
lie. ofd Mr -'erdiaiand lta>)r this
' 'I n ,e -l a t ~ ifl iiiin a ill to l c(h4-k
T'ii WS HAY. C'huu

Want adecrtiaing is a force whict
.ounu can harie'ss. and wilh which yo>
(an drive )uur plans asd purpoae.
to any du hired destinatk4e


L~.. ,Lisst one


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'1 ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 at..~te~ xu5b,)tAytc a


The fire fien l alway comes


Ti


lu msom


eloserm toe a tw asm Il
eeuy, eanvn emIhi esa
meow sad bIn lr m

omtly. b1wr seeof 5e
wregemat s o tow5
psneempo ft N pssd~s IN p
a Sell Telopheesimeat
oil htr %Am@D s ad be Pil
esmuleatSe ul _
in the esuaty%
This v"ROA* a wftnu
I"g threughe as Gom f
daily is eemmree sd ow su
pos by the berneken ow ber
etsees In all We" of oft and
p~mM her lom aeatlb
fromat "


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I~ a


tsr


unexpctedly-here today,
there tomorrow. The un-
certainty of his visai6
makes it imperative to be
always prepared. Thee-
fore We wisli to favor yow
with lthe renmindler that
\%' Ielaki' it uour bisinDs
to ,, tlat all who wish
tirt-'la, i..atiaurualoe can
get it ~ itldut inounve-
lilt ,,', ,* ir tir iUIbl W e


in we tw w 90 yaw% ew bm IU11 1 P 4
a" bw .4ebv lmb


3zp~ ~th" ink"mmi



What I CSTORIA I


D- a" @- ass- m- %

mi as 1veuloft raIS f

&@anmm,& "3wpeh bafta"memo u


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never a wel come V


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RUIT 16I, l09


t OPP FOR TARKIL
SGaineville Vaudeville Artits to Take
M g The GOalstville agroegation of T i m -9
vaudeville artits will leave today for aiod
|ase GeV- Starke. where they will play tonight Uhe'uess1
,i w e& at the electric theatre, Manager Dot MM-tdil-
*having booked them for that place.tW
dmmnd -d *s
The bnch art ists comprising ta
has besOrder .alareimlle's talent are: Dr. Ed Clark, eW, Aup
KitEli tcb. Larkin Carter, Chas. Slap -g
fe am fon. MW. W Hertel. r. E. Hale. D allasOa'
S ownerss and Hardy Jairvls. dets
ilAI- They will be accompanied by the
t Gainaeelle Orcestra, who will play
for a dame after the performance.
S* A Dr. Pfsla's
h* U-rmpl-m
S maa la"lny. probably caused by Bdi{{5 pa wr
%Pa la etivet Uver. A bad liver makes b .
em ersns sIO r ad UrTrt ausessest eal
.'d phymkl deprespoa. and may
I akeow ledrgd to be the perfect ler
So-' reuwatorr. I yem're b aad out of
Ow"* #a rts gt a bottle today. A positive
________________________pop ti t A M m c tol fev ar ad all lver E T
MOpla1 Sold by W. K. Jobases
go" atdo F C NorA Ing 1k
an am.. e ft OWn s teb Pess- "Ile: I ftem E
.iI w. Wlle ~ r- ayi m s tl I em a mid te for sty MareaL.
beWEMr the al mp a Ar reelio o rl April 13. I have w U. N T
of bgI o w 2* -S Web555M sSo x t. AMserved the people fithulltly awo es& W.-1SOE
adb~-- -m--- Umer iN tae 94 ele0satlyt, i slot U4 a.a, ad my remd
s l t io e-es -- laspection.
it- ty service during the past year -
-rl OU. has bees sa, lfati, y ask the imp
ISt e T It e ay y fteI a h te part a vote of ach and every citl,
On whes Y have a hactgr eNano. s who is qualled. I can only
5's fess toA let it o41a ea promise the ear service as I have
a s We d ~to lusk to get e~er It whs hiBa emleavored to giveI n the pst.
0I gWo b t nMrw ad r0" wil l @topthe t Toars for order,
es n& healb ade p. Price Me., BEN T. ARNOW.
1 1 ag ame "M per bWOe. Sold by W.
a1101 1 I sa I Is Ik thia tM mthod of Informing the
S* publ that I am a candidate for City
Sam we Nay Crsy frm Georg*iaM Na*. Marshal at the election to be held ao
SOWI S Dputy Sherf f 1. S tory of Wind- April 1, 10. I respectfully solicit
Sr was h the e t Monday, havit the support of all voters, Irrespective
e "aird the prery atf britlagl Moo- of party *-llation. and promise to
Il pe4 lwei Carr to the petty al pleanag him fatthfully and Impartially diseharge The F
D Mf l tis Jil. Carr it watOd by th a- the duties of the oMce should I be
Wafyto W 4 W ewes t of eegia mad a mest re elected. Respeettally.,
a Mso mad Is a sor- CHlIS. C. WARRWIN.
SnG M AMsitleal I mpaotraully aace myself a THIS COc
fMembers the Gaine vrle Oma ..dit2 thr the oesa of City Mar-
ta O eP eedI to meet at t seal. to be ot* dor t *t election
110114 eMe? 0 this evealag at 7 AGra i1. 1.0. t eleeted I will B s
%m & to pereet %a N arraase"ita fithMualy dslabarg s duties of the
I 1 e re lsas. A ftll atead- *O without lar or favor. I re- J
iL 2 a* amb a re. m lty meon the votes of all Lr-
f t J. H. ALDIm1AN, P e. s.deve set party alaties..

The rood"ea a Mrs 3.
r. w s e wa i aged D ..,
Smo d e l e a" r* t workona

f iOs eWv". dd i thae W* ama.L *p UPiro o Ths Coupdnw
-.s s1xerbe ar Me Saw sat help your U mm"


IFEE
'. m


Nature
usve ofDr. Ploross MOM Mne" led i.
woosedud hise, a
==:= hgsee**, In baseda
a sofS ~do --I- ld tvwb 'Guides
wIVly" 01PIPle HM 1WM AObeftbol
oneetraed W -" elpNet.,.
Ovemsinep in1mto d Sowtus"um odg~
i d efan hudme hrbp throw of
s The 0DIeseeve"" v* M-e19-=.m do
vitive er I. mis hesit ah, P.- I g
he bled, end .eursbns doensrm-es-
IPM osieuremih" bth.
MW f~a--@Nam Someme #ews ee%$*
Is Poo" JINOW FO Wn ..it paure
'"s am-l -I o Mei@we awme, -f
We -omme 6AW M ~9 gte ".
sCem %owe 3mMaw elAdvime, in 1.1 3ama
pd. 3M30-, OerMy 70--luserst.s, mwl?
rmbeehrno o1n eeu-ew 9 fmst sG~r
moved, M1 stmops. AdiremDr. R. ri.t". Bds,


Im Frd4tu N aU m is
eat, Gas and Electric Lights. Center,
ted. Service Guaranteed.
.A LtI.i


1 may be t The San odic or at either of the Rt
the coatet. NOT GOOD AFTER FEBRUARY 1 ,1


GEAF AAT"


$100.00 WORTH OF VALUABLE AND BEAUTIFUL SILVERWARE WILL BE
GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE AT THE -



ND AUCTION SALE


S0-BEAUTIFUL


CITY


_______________________________________ -


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY


17,


The beautiful Lote are located on EAST ALACHUA AVENUE, just ten minutes' walk from the Iheart of
iaOM Nseotion and a number of handsome homes have leeii erected in clobe proximity to this lrjiperty.
Im 0-a 2 one or more of these choice Lots. Real Estate is the lasis of all real wealth andl ore money
thw lavestment. Investigate this property and come to tthe Sale. TN make th price-that makes it MNT.


No Interest


BIG-


BRwAiS


B A "qT


Our method of selling is New, Novel anld .l'uiqe.
0ame out and hear the Famous '1'i ini A.uction,.ers


HOPPER BROTHERS


( ryiuug thlie -anit.lidat thc fl' it.


PKRE OARRIAOES


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SOUTHERN REALTY & AUCTION COMP


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111S Guy(ainaesville'. ''liii- j.= an idod.
A gilt-edge inv~e-stiloIlt (.aill iebi
is lov~inlg lmadelt iin thi- illueta
1-4 Ca*hhaabcm in6.12 MWi U


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TPI DAILY SUN: GAINBVILLF, FALORIA. FEBRUARY 1, 1909


.A


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cow84 almeYUSe. FM


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@.?~Val owue
Sby sorrfiertothe city. or
a*Veit" wasoe. r-
OVW ..pz msstbe: It -Sba""
i~motw ee weeka-etwigly is

~monIe sm a cut lim
Ob.mmd 5 webfof inch additiomal


,sadwedIf a k Nows


P""ev erye?, Needsa"
smomeall the ame@softhe
So* lmeiGDSL mad wll be
o a inr-4m edveain

ban=* am afstber am
~~~196ies mDA kaseWtoas
sopo dedwumming a&el
~.T3m DAn T awx,


e~iENTCOMMRNT.


XWp ery Advertiser says:
awdr all, it seems that Taft
Crm--and we bet he'd
gswrgla possum. Nothing
and spite can account
Pulotmcy of Roosevelt in
j gros the negro on the peo-
m- ,,and it is to be
tal r. Taft will have more
lr priety and for the wish-
urtestlmians than the pres-
has done."
Times says: "The
Ogart of Appeals decides
0ist clause In the underwrit.
saves the insurance com-
IM retsponsibillty for the In.
iiWO that has been destroyed
W& riders in that State. The
f the night riders, accord-
Irkthaal, come within the
ud18, &ad this Judgment ap-
eOm id sense, although it
Imposes hardships on the
i Ser s. Night riders are

lltMU elphia Record says:
SRosevelt's propaganda to
an uplift serves to
00 t1iM for that Indefatigable
*A It K involves a getting of
I ~lre the horse. The uplift
lJ y successful where it
a matter of Individual inl
V the embattled farmers
S-d together once more and
llft Utliftlas our politics, great
U ht be accomplished. We
9eim.d too much. Uplifting.
i f. Is a business that should
a hems."
Bl mbik Virginian-Pilot says:
t- weather Is bad. sensible
e aSot lay the blame on the
Vor barometer. When the
"IB is the wrong direction. we-
imeasre the vane of the ste'e'ple
Sjulry brings in a verdict
C lonsilstent with law and
ft should not inveigh against
GV Qstem bu% against the pub-
Mtmat of which the jurymen
| exponents. The mawkish
fSor criminals which iwr-
5 aes of society is ressuonsi
6 the laxity with which the
B t the law are ,enforced" "
Philadelphia Recurd bays:
have been very conslderable
in aid of negro schools
90th at the hands of Northern
bI t according to evidence sup-
1 Thre Montgomery Advertiberr
eIals of the State' ('Color.ed
A&sociatioia of Alubania 1tit
R ent fifty dollars for *edu
t*h aegro where the North has
*MOO dollar. Taken as a whole-.
* 9 M10itioa of the- ne-gro iopiul.itl o
'49 ^ ifth in far irtf.-frabhl. to that
-b1aegrm who ha .- drifted North-
11 he0 a*ur
bS 6aUSed Iby) this di.p.,arity of
i for iuhool |iur|M .-. "'

0op91 of l.ake-laid art- to ie"
Otbq a u t,:m) th t. Na,, 1K of th<.
S6 V U i oc n. 14ti' t ia-I ck
Lo tlmu ml t1 b' tiiri .l ta Ih.
t v < r 'ile t|,i 1' .in hlide
in cl iih a h I,, il l. in.|i>
| 5 1 f', |,t, Ii,, i I *," I'
|p1 ^ 1" tfair l,. jl,, ,,t th.t s.l,!.!;.
'. the f irl.& ,I, I ( r i I.ltwil

C) dUJ 1* art r r i l i, nt


the an', a.- t, today's Sun.


MR. HENRY M. PLAGLER.

"Mr. Plagler has just entered on his
Mhth year. Ilkl vision is not a clear
as It once was and be is somewhat
deaf In one mr. which causes himn
some embarrassment. Except for
these Infirmities he Is suffering from
no physical ailments. Tall and erect
be still presents a perfect type of
mahabood. He prefers a straight baciK
chair, and never orcisples a rocker un-
less there is nothing else to be had"
The above is one short paragraph
from an Interesting sketch of Mr.
Henry M. Flegler by Editor Frank
Harris of The Ocala Itanner. and who
recently enjoyed the rare privilege of
a trip with the subject of hi sketch
to view the great work of the Florida
East Coast Railway extension to Key


v estL
To us this paragraph is the most
Interesting, most significant one In all
this most entertaining story. much of
which has to do with Mr. Flagler's
diet. his rest his recreation, his re-
ligion and his politics.
In his eightieth year and his hand
still on the lever which directs what
has been fttingly described as one of
the greatest engineering tests of the
century!
The News doesn't know Mr. Flagler
personally. Its knowledge of him has
been obtained through newspaper ac-
counts and through his activities in
behalf of our beloved Florida. But
had it been asked to name his age
this paper would have said be was 60
years young rather than 80 years old.
When a man by reason of strength
is approaching the four score mark
there is due him the respect of his
fellows. When his life has been filled
with activities which sprung from a
desire to benefit mankind, to respect
there should be added profound rever-
ence.
In his eightieth year and still a
commanding general In the world's
aork!
Whether or not Mr. Flagler lives
to see the full benefits of his work,
he is doing a brave thing and one
that marks his as the right kind. Too
many men "lie down" under the weight
of years and look forward to death
with a lamblike submission. Mr. Flag-
ler has evidently refused to die until
his time comes. His Interest In life
abides because he ke.epe on living and
refuses to become a living corpse.
He Is brave, and his bravery will more
than anything else tend to prolong his
life until be has accomplished his
life's work.
Let old men take example and cour-
age from Henry M. Flagler.
They can't all build a railroad
across the sea, but they can do the
work which Providence has assigned
them. There is nothing in life but
what we put into it. The secret of a
happy and brave old age is in the
interest men retain in their fellows
and the world they live in. Many a
man is dead at 40 and doesn't get
ready to be buried until he tas exist-
ed years after his demise to all prac-
tical and useful purposes, while
others, like Mr. Flagler. keep on faith
their work. serene In the knowledge
that the hd nefits of their labor will
be re-aped. if not by themselves. by
those who are in Kreater need and j
who will get the greater good. 4
All honor to Henry M. Flagler. the
man who. having made the waste
places of the East Coast of Florida to
bllostomi as th- rose' and a fitting
place for the habitation of progressive
thou aidi. of til(ituitriois mnien and wo-
men. is still at it with an e .n more
gigantic ent.rprie -Palatka News.


If M. F Hiethlrington. the' able-
editor of The .ake-land New ~. ever
n.ed-eds our settr% io.. all he- has to do b i
to make the, fact known to us We
are his to con'(iitslid.


Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
as mercury will surely destroy tbe
sense of smell and conmplete-ly d.range-
the whole syite.m when eintermi It
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should Het.r be u-ed e'.-pt
on prescriptions from re.iutajble ljh).-i
c(ans, as the damage they will do I,
ten fold to the good uu cau pu -i, )
d,-rle from th im. iiHall ('tarrh
Cure,, imaniufa(cturt-d ty F". J ('Chi* ..
& Co., Toledo0* () c'o0tlnl- uno
Sury, aind 1 tak' i i l teri lly at tlitK
dirvctl, u -iin tht bl'ad .mf iawl l our I
irfa. t 4 f o.. th -' it. 1 tI l I I l iK
Sliall r Catarrh 'C t t, ..- ure \,u Kt
Ih.- Kgt uLn- it is take n itiitr l .t-ially
.UId LaIlt' I Tol,',do Ohio, by F. J
'bei.t-)* & t(' Te ttiuoulals fr, *"
Sold by all druggiats Pritce, .,c l, r
buo tle
I Take H all Family Pills fur cuuti-
pation. -A


Th r,> ar-e but 'a, r.minninng week
of th.' |ixtieth Congre-s and the work
for th,- remaining dawt haq been fully
Ilann.d- Fi. e applroiriation bills re- a m W
main for enactment by the House
The agricultural and Indian bills and
the bill provilding money for the diplo-
matic and consular service It is ex
pected will be completed this week
The river and harbors bill It It thought
will be passed In the next ten days _
On the. tenth of the month the. House
and the Senate met to count the elec-
toral vote. when a formal announce
ment of the election of Taft as Presi-
dent and Sherman as Vice-President
was made. The Indications are that
Arisons and New Mexico will be ad-
in.tted to Statehood this session. but
their* are signs of opposlton In the
Senate which may prevent this con-
summation. The desire of Congress
for extended debate on the postal
savings bank bill favored by both par- .
ties in their national platforms will b
probably prevent Its enactment In this
Congress.

Mr. Broward says Mr. Jennnlags was-f D nIIE A
not paid $15,000 In 1907 and $17.001
In 108 as legal adviser to the trustees
of the internal Improvement Pa l Sd;I..
that he was paid .000 per annam ur n i
for such services, and the $22.000 ex-. i
cess was for commissions on land sold Mf A
by Mr. Jennings. Gee! but didn't A
some people get big "rake off." dur- W
Ing Broward's reign as Goverpor?
I LAmhLe *&&As
The Sun is In receipt of a letter
from Jdgle A. 0. Wright of Jackson-
vllle which contains the pleasing In-
formation that he hopes to be In Ik. J OfT 2 M O'
GainesvUile shortly and show his pie- __
ture story of the Confederate Navy .
to the people of this city. His visit to
Gainesville has been delayed on ac-
count of other dates.

For HEADACHE-Hike CAPUDINLT p hll
Whether from colds, best, stomach "M
or nervous troubles, Capudlne will -FFZTIVI DM0 IEL M
relive you. It's liquid-pleawnt to
take-sets Immediately. Try It. lO,
25k and we at al drug stores. Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, firhel a* d lo-
cal points South.......................
a Returning, arrive Gainesville ......0 ..**......


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Lake City, Valdosta, and all point Nw 06:0
Retuing, arrive Gainevi 00.... ............ aW


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orTIC OF APPLICATION MoR TAX
DEU) UNDER .SECTION I OF CAPTB
eO. LAWS Or LOIuDA.
MNotoe W a hereby gives tat I. Sr. i bter.
pmrahaer of Tax CrUtleat o. No17. datd
she tbh day of Auir s. A. D. Mag&
bs ied muaid certeste na my oeloe.
aMd bhas m Eade aSUces fur ita deed to I
sue Ia accordsnee with law. Said em r lseaw
embraces the tfol.owla de6erbed progOrY
dluated la Alaebua county. Florilda. towit:
N of Ne See 14 TP. 9 b IK 14 it .--
T said land bein amMeed at the date of
ihe imuaee* of such erUtisate isthe ame
of M s. kassua isauabhr.
L nlem maid oertASo AO be rediemed ae-
oordti to law. -ta deed will MMe therees as
the 1 i day of MaWbh. A. D. t.
Witees my oieltaJ igasture a"d seal tb
ihe ibtb day of February. A. I IS
P. R. WIrNoRS.
od ClerksCret Cours Alt be Co.. P
my M. S. CHKVE. D. C.


MINAMDIM
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gOal or p4 40 aein."

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Tickets on sale February 28th, March 1t, 2ad
and 3rd, final limit to reach original starting point
not later than midnight March 10th.
IREAT MILITARY PARAi E---
For further infonnrmato, mpervaion, etc., mB eam iaiaa Th
Apmt, or write
A. W. FRITOT, Divioa Pamsner Aeiat, Jasek ile, M1.
W. J. ORAIG, T. C. WRIT
PAmenger Tra MaMaMw. Generalw A. Amt,
Dawng, X. C.


SEABOARD

Air Line Railway
I Weies WarteM, R. i amoiter WIUMaaid L C. Smea. Bumh.i
SAVANNAH. COLUMBIA. CAMDEN. SOUTHERN PDWf
RALEIGH. RICHMOND. WASHINGTON. BSALTIMOa
PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK
THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY
SEABO(ARID FI.ORII)A LIMITED,
SEA1 IA IAD I Y IA.R-ROUNI) LIMITED
F: It IhA .\I: I 1,)RII DA FAST MAIL
MODERN PULLMAN IQUIPMINT.
THiE S:-Ali t(\'It n V lit l.IMITKDI-Solid Pullman VeMti
Stibul- ta .i ii li-';, .f i't.i,. ti Club Car. Observation Car a"d
V I',lli ,im I iiii.gK (".r I,. r I e, i i r City and St Augustine; PtUi
li,.i i ("I tliaii*J.i ,t '.ir ti A. t ,i. J.rBt-y City iand Palm B a0 eh;
.'hlllaji.ii Iraw K, iti ,n Sll, : ., !, r. t.*t sc-u Jersey City Wad
Knightr. K. :'d I. r ''v and MIdail l.ae St AuuatgUt
12 1 p i aud Jack.ostill 1 25 p in d.tily fc ilt Sunday.
For full information and sleeping car reservatioue *11 aOi
any Agent Seaboard. or write S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr., AslOItael
General Paseenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fierida.
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ABOUT ADVERTISING--NO. 10


The Man Who Retreats

Before His Defeat!


By Hrbt KMufmM.


AIvrting isn't magic. There is no element of
i Mb k t abut it. In its best and highest form
b is phis talk, Jmes talk--xUigs talk. Its results are
l poputkm to the merit ot'the subject advertised
ad the uW with which the advertising is done.
Tan are two great eni to advertising
paft, and both of them are caused by ignorance of the
W actions ad workings of publicity.
The a is to advertise promises which will not be
, beams al that advertising can do when it
ma is to influence the reader of your
rapy to ie SIme your 'laims.
)I Yw Crm earth and deliver the moon ad
wRisW ad u pay you.
IfU you draw m and women to your store on
pismw and fail to make good, advertising will have
hwmed you eamse it has only drawn attention to the
M that you areto be avoidd.
a It is m mjust to charge advertising with failure
Udr tiMa- caditis as it would be for your neighbor
to rob a bank ladA yourself indicted for hi. miseeOW.
la briK, a l dishonesty is even morv profitesss

The otber great error in advertising is to expect
aom advertising than there is in it.
A vitiig is seed uhich a merchant iin A e
emea o e comfu*iy. He must time for
it to Vao Every successful advertiser has to be
rauNLu The time that it takes to arrive at results
sts entirely with the ability and determination you
display in th e fort. But you cannot turn back when
u have traveled half way and declare that the path

% You can't advertise for a wewk and because your
store isn't crowded say it hadn't paid you. It takes a
certain period to attract the attention of readers.
Everybody doesn't see what you print the first time
It appears. More will notice your copy the second day.
a great many more at the end of a month.
You cannot expect to win the confidence of the
community to the same degree that other men have
obtained it without taking pretty much the same
length of time that they did. But you can cut short
the period between your introduction to your reader
and his introduction to your counters by spending more
effort in preparing your copy and displaying a greater
amount of convincingness.
You mustn't act like the little girl who planted
a garden and came out the next day expecting to find
it in full bloom. Her father had to explain to her that
plans require roots and that, although she could not
see what was going on, the seeds were doing their most
important work just before the flowers showed above
ground.


So advertising is doing its most important work
before the big results eventuate, and to abandon the
money which has been invested just before results
arrive is not only foolish but childish. It uldu be
ust as logical for a fariuur ti abanJon htis /i 's because
could not harvest his Ci 'a a i4Uk ajftr he plan td it.


Advertising does no,,
mon sense. If it is begun
normal results can lI ri


require faith/-nmerely corn.
du ~ au!'t1 idc-;#rtcd bl-fl ro
'p:kl' .'I,,, b.mkld for, the faulb


does not lie v% itli the nt %%'a'r.i t1I joullicitv...
it mitst rmlirchv uM .11 1c fc iI idutthe ct "% ard iwho
rewireased b&jors. k, "stI, ac.J
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INUSS CAN
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RINART 3L'RON
it Crawford A Di
Is answered dayI
does all feles op

S. ILWALDO,

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DJ EDWARD CLARK



Suders & h4le.rswm
No. 36.



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OEMsMW ENO= am & &mIN"

We IL BAKER,
AIYODJIEYAT-LAW,
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY..

GAINES VILLEAlAshs C0o, FLA
Oft Is Haymae Slee.
j'ZRDJNAZD SAYER,
ATrORNEY AT LAtWS
SGAIUUSYUILU,0* Viame.
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BWYo umwAmu vuf y Rules and egulatlus.
*to skh n bade. S .sk
t s or i dIs. i 1 T h e contest iot peais@ to l
living in Alachua county whsbh
by the conductors of the sea
j3 A. OCALIMLE, vouched for by some reputaM Ip
ATZ MOR AT LAW to them well known.
2. No employee. attache W
And WliWSer In U a ue Uve of the propretors of the
Named firms are eligible to 11
ae's i a m n le this', ou*tet and will ffitp
,sil Pea -t. All I'i.i u--so manner.
W-saifd I iL. OA l *l 1 j 11 3. In the event of a iliil"
11o". 1i"so" ? Ing between candidates or eN
terested in this contest. Ma
ver vy may be referred tot 1
a"JM K OLA eT W. w v ductons of contest, who albo J
Speron qualified to reder d
CLARK & FIELDING 4. Is the event a caandldi,
to withdraw from the race. Im
Lawyers. date will not be allowed to -I
votes to the credit of a.ot"h I
Sedate in the contest.
THE DAILY SULN.
Old i
Practce in all Corts, State and Subscribers. 961
FederaL $1.25 ....... 400 votes ..O
$2.50 ....... ..000 votes LUg
$5.00 ........ 3.0 For a club of fhe (old ma
one-year ubscriptious beforer A
1909) 25,.04.1 olf'.
Oes. ver OealsevS AMan amme a For. a club of fl~.e new susabi
_Sa.. one-year subscriptions (bdbM i
GAINVIILLI,_______ 3MP 1, 1909). "-4""' 1os. .
For club of ,.n (old subc
months' subscrilptions (before
DK I 0)TS C llCTE 2.9.0v.o *' te so*.
-For a club of ten (new *dam
ST11MWE=1 six-month,' .< tuvrltious (beM
TINM FLO"m There Is no Mnlit to the d
HDVmAL sneIsus clubs each contebtant may
A JKsONivILL. FLA. THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUL
_ __$_ $1.00 ..................... do
For a club of flMe o ,eyco
sub criltions .......
There it no limit to the mo
clubs each contet*T1t MaY
Soliciting votes by
friends within the stores
T ELEP H O N E Ivotes is undesired by the d


LiMTACE STmM T F. TOM

.r- the t UNDERTAKING C
% .il',.; I &4k-ala na l b1 .e-
yod>l, -'.t to uswansnw Ri-
ver, north to Alachua. Iith PULL LINE Of
au l Worthiuitn spring, NEW l,)OD.**.
(i!at !~*y, and all int.ruaiel-
lat, -e-
1 ,,\(. l'HsIIIATK biNll>, A ,- M t
T l. -, AW -lll..> andl FVAICMhi ,l iMYT. Tol
Mble-.p ani AlAn'.r a d IlKUO. Vl
lfor Ot ( IPrit. r ..ar s*a -0


Eltt FhridTdsphi Co .,

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THE BM &

FORD PIl

COUTT

In Which a Roso d~t
Ce ity e Awra,.
Heard Plane, ad l
mod at $3.100,gg p
mse s ta le t Paeo -"C5
seMativeo of The R. L
Miami, the Centeot to km
THE SUN In Bhetai ofI

ONe $400.00 Howar pd
to the Persoa re d
ty of Alachaa who
highest number of vates
ember 15th, 1108, 11 pI
1th1, I0.
AOOITIONAL UgpM
la addition to the Pleam
i be issued by The Bush &
mo Co., on a new $40o How0 a
eIShtoem Transferable Due i
to be ued an a first or
eat on a new How"ard Plai
de bills will be gives t3
cotest as follows, to Per"am
In Alachua County:
To the first six recelvn thael
the highest vote, a due b Wa
for $Mo.00.
To the second six reet
highest vote. a due bW
To the next six reeiving
highest vote. a due bill 1w 1
$160.00.
Theee due bills may be i Mn
winners or can be dispeed
one for any value they mW 3
and will be worth their I b
upon the purchase of O of thul
pianos.
In the event of a tie for 1
offered, a prlze similar i aN
thereto will be given ech
Utelng.
How and Where to Get Vte
The following merchants we
one vote for every cent paid hf
establishments for goods wMAI
handle:
The Gainesville Hardwame
Phifer Bros.
Hyde & Tench.
Where Voteq May be C-
Ballot boxes will be found i a
tablishments of the merchaals
votes and at The Sun oes.
* sent by mail must be directed
Voting Contest Departmeat Idel
SSuna, Gainesville, Florida.


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LT D MADER AND

EA TEES--NW SCATTERED

By E. W. BERGER
Avricultural Experiment Station
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by Professor
go whitely popu-
of a fully Infest-
goedium size. bear-
a Tes. may tw 20.-
A. W. Morrill. b-as
Spon a tree of
am estimate of
*th of these In-
to be well on the
accepted the low-
their calc lt"t1'..-.
number of In
rng to their act-
have give some-
s o Mlllons as the
wpr tree. From this
*f evident that a
Smw ay harbor a
of whitefly larvae
Irais a domen large
S| a town, we may
1.200.000.000 adult
est of these trees
part of summer.
of tUe Whitefliae.
have shown
millions of wing-
only a couipara-
of eggs upon the
and umbrella
but quit these trees
i pe. evergreen food-

Whether they do this
the Chinaberry
bases la the fall and
O e larvae from any
Shaves must die; or
ul s of these trees
Sre repellent qual-
e qualtting of these
I r overpopulation.
Ome lt I The fact Is
Swarm about
S ar are driven by
W6s distances. many of
l et bet suitable plants on
their eggs.
*r th small citrus tree
SStation were free
: 0 to August and Sep


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Promptly and All


Addes:
* GAINESVILLE,
b. FLA.



SCakes a


m d renovatal our
Sm -w prepared to give
AITnin. Have our ws-
4l W door every morning.


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temnilr thousands of whiteflles we-re
hoierlng about and del.omiting v'gj.
om) lhat by the end of fall thee. cit-
run trees were as heavily Infested as
citrus tries commonly beconi. The
nearest infested treas from which thE
whiteflles could have conim were urm-
brella trees In (Gaine villel about a
mile away. so that the whiteflies had
to travel at leat a mile. Thi.at ni.i*%
*' i ` '4-4 n.u t ha\. g,<>II farther outi
.i..,. ch oUatr3 than th. Kxij r:ia, t;
Station. can hardly be doubted. con-
*Idering the grnat numbers in whi(hh
they were smarming about, not on13
on citrus trees, but on other plants.
on clothing,. windows. amd vehicles.
The principal food plants In Gaines-
vllle and North Florida are Chinaber-
ry trees, there being only enough citel
rus. privet and other evergreen food
plants to bring about the restocking
bf the deciduous trees every spring.
What I* to Be Done.


That hundreds of millions of winged
whiteflies may become matured on
Chinaberry 'anjmbrella trees, and
'hat these horwdf Inects may swarm
for the distancew at lea- a mile, and
pl'rhapi several miles. from their
places of breeding Is an established
fact. Therefore these trees should be
destroyed before next spring, and be-
'. -e they become nfested again by
the spring brood of whiteflies. They
should be destroyed for three reasons.
1. Because these trees reduce efi-
clency of all measures for the control
of the whitefly by one-half or more.
or perhaps nearly nullify them, by set-
ting free stwarms of wibteflIs into the
citrus trees at a time when the fruit
is maturing and it Is moet desirable
to have the trees free from whitefly.
2. Because in newly infested locali-
ties these trees are hastening the diC-


semination of (he whitey lato the Ganesvle Is conceded to be the
non-infested gries. Besides the moat enterprising as well as the most
spreading of the whiteflies from them beautiful city in the interior of Flor-
through the air, teams are bhed ida. It is located in the very center
er such trees and the vehicles the State. half way between the At-
nder such trees, and the vehicles be- latc and Gaft Couata, surrounded by
-orne agents In carrying the aents ladis of such fertility as to be capable
into other parts of the country. or to jf producing a great variety of crops;
other Chinaberry or umnwella trees, the heat of te truckipowing.
under which the toam udbt MGM& phlesphate pd naval stores belt.lSe
uas the best educati nal advantages
be hitched. lan the Statw. good chrches, with
3. Because of the nuisamee to man edifces which are superior to any
and beast from the myriad of wtle- town of Its m in with l
flies which frequently fill the aabI la sdmonsistentc canregatio s; Ila aor
climate which cannot be excelled for
whitefly natested sections. That d is health and pleasure. All thee materal
nuisance is principally due ID the pres- advantages, combined with a progrew- -
ence of Chinaberry and unmbriella oa ive and enterprising eommopolitan
is evident fotm the fact that It ocurs cttieship. are sure to make a big
in sections where there are Chinaber- There are many natural attractions
ry and umbrella tres. but where ehr in close proximity to the city., 0at of
or no orange taes are grown which are Alahua SS"h n Paie's*
Prairie. the Devil's Mill Hopper. War.
ren's Cave. and Lake Newnan, all of
OFFICIAL DIiCTMWV. whieh are reached by private couvey-
S o s: Spring Park Sto Farm. the largest
a Orsad finest live stock farm in the State.
Governor--A. W. GilcUsat, "Taf i s only elght miles west of the city
assee.and is reached by a ood hard road.
sere affording a most pleasant drive.
Secretary of Sta--H. Clay CMrw- The farmers of Alachua county, of
ford. Tallahasse. which Gainesvile Is tI eoaunty seat,
Compvoller-A C. Com lv at boemn and bard at the same
omptroller-A C. Com pie." The temperature is very uni-
basbee. form. scarcely ever reaching the O ine-
Treasarer-W. V. KnsMt. Tathas ums in summer or the twenties In
see. winter. The population of Gatnesville
Att-wy,en Par .M TMra- is about eight thousand, representing
Attuorney^-;neulo-Parh M. nearly every nationality on the face
mell. Tallahahsee. of the earth. and strangers always
Conmisiione of Agriulturt--B. 3. meet with a hearty welcome.
oml. "aae. The University of Florida for young
Mc-l.a. .l.ibahsee. men and the National Agricultural Ex-
Supt. of Pubbe Instraction-Wl. M. i-rlwriment Station are located within
Holluay. Tallahassee. the corporate linmts of the city. In
Ppelideiut t the u2nate-Hunt W fact. Gainesville has so many things
sdet t the iateat e n ustt lw pardoned if we omit
Harrirt, K.y \ t few of them in the following enumer-
ttuon of a hat
County Otfficrs: Gainesville Has: *
Clerk an!d Auditor- S. II. Wienges, ()te arti.-t
C Su t I'u.lic l :.tructiot.-Dr. J. ,,r t, i.
:.'1 1, o ; i 1''"' X t, "h ^ ."
; S h uift i' <, t iu -,.v. G : n e iUl.. K'.,.r d .1..^
| ',, t ".,, It ( i "M ,... (aai: ,'b t,.
S!i, I i I
Tax A- v.- % or -W. W Co. n. Gaut-e- ,.. I .

Tax .Cotlltor-W. D. Dickinsuon, .t 1,,',bt, ri, .
I(;.ail. il I Six fruit outirt .
Trvawurcr-J. D Mathebou. Gaines- T1~o Kgui-n iath"
Six rel tuiull iii .
Suipe.r\ eor Legittratiun J. C. M- ln.ard of Trader
G(;r. (;; I >L.. S drig >tor.-.
(.' 'l (',*.. 1in.1- Sir, r- .l (; .F u'lr a ioU S|-lio .,
.at'. ii Va i tri .lertaiy.
l' ~a u r t l l( 1 :.; l ll J ." 1t -ai iI) lam >.tra
.rth.r t.a- vi Sa",a.ti' i T. 1 '" T'r u 1.41t"' abhouis.
0 I*. ('C1 .. (;.t>,'- Ill.'- lF,,ur contractors .
i I' l i t .. l i 1t ilt > le hlopi
S-I.. t,.Ill diamond.
W e%. ('IhairIi. A,, t. J I t. factories. .
uod1>. l .t'ur. U \ Miller ii.uiuc schools.
SSatr- r, rlit) toure.
tsuu~ti M Crvar)'. i tpublic library.


Two planing mills.
Two racket stores.
Two lumber yards.
One marble works.
Three sllver-mlths.
Three wood yards.
Five dental rooms.
One expre a ofl*ce.
Free mail delivery.
Pour beef markets.
Eight barber shops.
Two public schools.
Two music houses.
A telephone system.
Two haberdasheries.
Two abstract offles..
Four pressing clubs.
Two machine shops.
Two bottling works.
Bix boarding bosses.
One Catholic church.
A military company.
Three Jewelry stores.
One phosphate office.
One Chinese laundry.
One Christian church.
Two steam laundries.
Two Advent churches.
One dally newspaper.
Two hardware stores.
One female physician.
Fifteen grocery stores.
Five Baptist churches.
Three furniture stores.
One cold storage plant.
One weekly Newspaper.
Seven dry goods stores.
Three cold irtik stands.
One electric light plat.
Three blacksmith shops.
Three railways systems.
Eight benevolent orders.
Two Episcopal churches.
United States land ofice.
One chemical laboratory.
Thirteen Sunday schools.
Two veterinary surgeons.


Two eiger am ub
Fr real estate agmeles.
Volunteer Ire deptmer
Several lumber compeates.
Three Methodist ehrchbee.
A brass band organlsatton.
Two photograph h lgalries.
Two movies pletw shows,
Florida Winter Chastaaqua.
Ose ewal-weekly newspaper.
rPe life Inamraace age o si
Two fertillser meatarelsem.
iPve ISe iaatrmase aemsides,
Two livery and eiod sftab .
One crate and basket featory.
On.e lks' Club reading roo.
Agricultural Experiment Station.
Florida Winter Bible Co ftereee.
Five dressmaking establsha ents.
NaUonal Odd Fellows' Aaltartam.
Three aadertaklg establlabmeats.
First-class *,werage system. !ItU.000.
Two of the best hotels in the Wn-
terlor.
Two wholesale tei n Bad feet
strew.
Two wholeaale grocery stalhb.
meats.
Water "that has made Galaesvte
The nest opera houae Is the State
mtsilde of JackasovlUe.
A Government building mn to be
Prewted to cost whe eamaIed
$100.0m.
Lapmtem mme -
paintors, p terau. ua t ad I

More mile" of pmd rWeG iad
gramolith e elmwal th emo.
town In the late tr of the Stat
An $0,W0 cmu-t hese b. ot ft
and sea.e-a beati--- aat, --"
the laws. lower bea,
Confederate muamenrt. S.
lan It. make a an meet M--"-a--
ture.


I '1 Ii
COPYPRIGM. ____
THE FIVE O'CLOCK TEA
In absolutely out of the question as
a social function unless the tableware
is faultless. Our nilison is to sulIIly-
the tableware-that Im. the china and
porcelain portion of It. Attractive de-
signs. perfectly-made cups. saucers.
etc.. are here. We invite Inspection.
THE MAGNET CASH STORE,
Brooks Building. 112 W. Ifin Street.

Gainesville.
Members House-8yd L. Carter.
jainesville; T. A. Doke. Santa Fe.

City OMfors:
Mayor-Horatio Davis.
Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
Tax Assessor-B. R. Colson.
Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis. Sr.
Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maxey Dell.
City Attorney-W. 8. Broome.
Board of Aldermuen-T. W. Shands.
President; Geo. K. Broome, 8. J. Bur-
nett, E. E. Cannon. H. 8. Graves. S.
M. Mixson. A. L. Vidal.
Board of Public Works-H. E. Tay-
lor, Chairman; W. W. Hampton, secre-
tary; H. F. Dattos. 3. J. Baird, J. H.
VIdal.


GAINESVILLE,
-THE---

University City.


PORMTh SI MW


JMV-UJ mL6 0.


Fire, Life and Accident .



G. S. Merchant & Co.


Staple and Fancy CrooerIe
Gmhrq, Gardq Seged .qd Fe0rsm

NImep let -O a pat | fey Chh 0 md e -- p

Souo s od osv. o 0rn os fl s. o ,m
mAd Moial d a" We bad l ew s" aml sM
as &&"a Pw w m owwomm doom


HMH-


GRADE


VEIETBLEU


NEW


It pays the farmer to plant only the be. It'., a
question not of "how cheap," but of "bow sod."
Sw seek OM f htm d he Fm o 6 L

We arr now bookwig nrdes for Pw. and oter u iMaimmllsu. We
will be Sad to mid you prim nqus--

W.L i E *0 1 -In t L



VILANS' NANIIOT NAIL 0Iw E

211 West Bay St. P. 0. Box 401. Jaeedvilk, Fb.
J. J. WILLIAUS, TiPpkrW


CASE GOODS, EXPRESS PAID.
Devote Rye.


Old Hemoetw p Cera WhMeku.
One gallon jus. expenm d...$ LM


4 Full Quart. ................ 5.00 *.. pc o .
6 Full Quart ................ 7.00
12 Full Quart ................ 12.75 Idlbrook Whiskey Into Dme-Dst1
12 Full Quart. (freight paid).. 12.0 lery itottling-Express Celit.
Williams' No. 10 Ry. 100 pints In drum..............*0 M.
4 Full Quarts ................$ 3.2 200 Half-Plntsa a drum........... U
6 Full Quarts ................ 4 Sold only ton drum-will ot break
tZ Full Quarls .............. 9.00 drum.
Full rd Halifax. Ry.....e 4 Corn Whiskey-ExpreeI CollOt.
6 Pull Quarts ... .......... 6.00 keky F'ork, per I4ttl ....... 1.00
12 Full Q uarts ................ 1 .00 t1-0 .y Fo ,rk. I r ca ...... ..... .....
Sunny South Rye. e .N. c. ath, h;i ttr ..
4 Full Quarts ................I 176N .rel 'alley Corn........... U
S Full Quart%................. 400,
12 Full Quarts ............... 8.00 Rye Whiaiey-Bpraess CULt.
30 Full Plnt, ................. ilsm0 IPW L
Yellowstone BourboLa. -i ( ty.. ... ............ W
4 Bottles ...................... 40Sunny sout................ .3M
Rye Malt s.....................
Case ....... .......... ........ $1275 Hurdle Rye, .p.cial...........
Old ono---press Collect Overholt ..................... 4
Old one-lxpressCollectich HillAA
Bottled to bond by U. B. Government Planter ........ ..............
I F.ali art ..... ... I )|lJ Bloose ................... .
4 In ii art *vxl|'-" i ~*',* Willliaui' Private Seal....... N
IF' Flil t art pxlnsw paii ... 1.'. 7Alo l.
.4 'Vll list" I*- t Wl s I i,.7. 1'.-"
Slfull I --ii'.-, ezxrt, pijl ... r15.., One Grade Only aad )ag....... 54.
-END US A TRIAL ORI)ERK--w---


1T


SMTH &. JORDAN. W. W. APKM


JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE





THK DAILY SUN: OAINESVILLE. FLORIDA. FEBRUARY 16. 1909


liaJM
PAND

too"


AL INlIKESY
RaPORTESM&


tgad- what Is -
tH anald



OW/M matherfarv
e ad -"Brown House"

of Micanapy was a
SyesterdaY.
U5a every night this
bItri Theatre.
S d to ladle'-
aj lRetarant.
bm d lnI Spring wa
to the city yester-


a local


tor San-
lodse of


wfe "ad little child,
kerm a short visit

of Worthlngton
the visitors to the

IT cents worth of
at the Electric Thea-

d lesser if you do not
SIO laBd sale Wednes-
bda avenue.
JbA Mpton left veSter-
lwbe she will visit
mnveral days to come.
left yesterday for a
to Jasper. where he
#Ir the next few days.
Sum top to toe. from
Dr. Thomas' Electric
stay where it Is used.
smperlntendent of the
J.*ekS Company, was
*'sa1gM to the city yes-

Slaseas of Talledega.
yesterday for her home
visit to her sister.
SA& pretoth.
60 NOWr of Ocala arrived
Spywiatray and will spend
wgdMl days here as the
IO Myrtle Fennell.
T11" T Prices-4tralght
.et0, tra;ftwera
Anas lsa8 t~ka $ 1.80.


SCOL


Ir


Shen


bHness


Preserves and Wa-
Shoes, Harness
i4 other leather goods.


It unt rat


B1sm keeps pliall-, for-
ilWa turatedI with VIS-
y YOU lie,,l no rtil~l>r.


I 1mW ARE CO.
7. .


t u~, '*~~


Ci'iits l41Ei 8lle'%& Co.I
C (olit~ 'f Mlicaneq, *% %isite-el
rvist I' e'inii lis. eli% me,,ia,
lPr F. it Ilem 11 eaf \,.%to*hrt% %n
anaEifiiioq th, itior% to Ithe'fit) ,t


day
N. It Mott. the. nie-rcl,.ant of Mira
nopy. % aa a liaitor to the cit. '.-
tlrday
16 gu.,stp reglht.'r at the Btrown
lHot -- to 1 at other pIlace.. That tells
the tale -.-Ad%
Lost -Solid Kold ol-Itn face water h.
gold dial. Finde.r will tw, r*e ardtd if
returned to The- Sun office*
W. H. Andi.ern of itroiia-on. a large
turpentine ope-rato.r. %as t.i.t ua(tims
husinesss in the city yets.terrdl.a
Watch out. ulil a ;nd ,i -l f ir tli.
ler;.ooii at t't t i-ct *- i Tli. itra.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe
Price 2.c. Bold by W. M. Joltnon.
Have your piano* tuned by an ex-
pert workman, leave orders witn the
Jesse French Piano Company. Geo.
Davenport.
Choice ripe tomatoes only 50 cents
basket at the Opera Houws Fruit
Store. Get, them now. as only a few
baskets arte left.
Rev. T. J. Nixon of Ocala, presiding
elder of the Gainesville district, was
a visitor to the city yesterday en
route to his home.
G. W. Mllher and wife of Trenton.
who have K-ben libitiig in the city
for the past few days. returned to
their home yesterday.
Chickering. Knabe. Mathushek.
Fischer and Ivers & Pond Pianos and
brownn Organs for sale by W. L Hill.
Pianos for rent or exchange.
Get the date and time of day Axed
In your mind. It's Wednesday at .
o'clock-the occasion Is an auction
land sale on East Alacbua avenue.
Chautauqua Ticket Prices-4traight
Season ticket, not transferable, $2.40;
Family Season ticket, transferable.
$.5O0; Children's Season tickets, $1.50.
Chas. A. Faircloth. cashier of the
Gainesville National Bank. left yester-
day for a short business trip to Live
Oak. where he will spend a couple
of days.
J. M. Tuner of Lakevlew was a vis-
itor to the city yesterday. He states
that it is very dry in his section and
plenty of rain is what the farmers
now want.
F. J. Hammond. a successful busi-
ness man of Hawthorn, and one of the
most prominent men In the East End.
was transacting business in Gaines-
ville Monday.
Mrs. Geo. I. Doig was among
the passengers to Tampa yesterday.
where she will spend a few days visit-
ing friends and taking In the sights
of the State Fair.
Chautauqua Ticket Prices-Straight
Season ticket, not transferable, O.L0;
Family Season ticket, transferable,
3.50; Children's Season tickets, 1.50..
Cabbage crates; sawn slats; two-
piece heads-manufacture our usual
standard of excellence. Ask our lo-
cal growers. Let us book your order.
Melton Lumber Co.. Micanopy, Fla.
(Geo. W. Livingston of Newberry
was a visitor to the city yesterday.
lIesides being a deputy he is also a
contractor and is now nearing the
completion of a depot at Inverness.
Five-room cottage to rent on block
adjoining square, formerly occupied
by W. l. LeIGrande; city water elec
tried lights. sewerage. bath. and all
modern c>ii\iti'lenltnces. Apply to Mr
iH il M.l-'r. ar or Sun office-


Tailoring Department-Spring and
Summer Opening-The (G W%11%414.
eoal..lati. d-i~irv ti)Malilie-11laCe tih-11
Se-mil A uisatila l i.-l1.a' (of t11$ 10 4-1-- 1140%e
oltiles ill teaeelel-n' ekIrr e e

prijI-reid Ji *towA Ill- rr ~' i. mide I u


WHEN YOU PUT ON 'ETOCKINBS


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OUR BUSINESS
li<- i. t an, wi | Iap-d;-< 'a > !


IMs., BANKERS


:*: Gainesvill, Fla.


immense stock.


PHONE

109


Cedar Key oysters, day and alght.
at Rutherford's Restaurant.
Attention is directed to the change
in the advertisement of A. M. Cush-
man, the Insurance agent.
The very best sugar cured hams pro-
curable Just received and going at 15
cents gallon. galley & Co.
Capt. C. A. Neal. Dr. Ruff and J. G.
White formed a trio of Newberry dtU-
sens who visited the city yesterday.
B. W. Waits of Hawthorn. a repre-
sentaUve citizen of that place, was
transacting business in the city yes-
terday.
Did you se the pictures last alght
at the Electric Theatre? If not, you
are out that much and had better go
tonight.
T. C. Holdem of Hawthorn, a promi-
nent citizen of the Eastern section.
was among the visitors to GOlneeville
yesterday.
Capt G. M. Lyach left yesterday
for a business trip to Tallahassee.
He will remain In that part of the
State for the next few days.
Chautauqua Ticket Prioee--traight
Season ticket, not transferablie, $.50;
Family ISeson ticket, transferatbe,
$3.50; Children's Seaose tickets, SI.0.
D L. Graham. who is now connect-
ed with the Southern Express Compa-
ny at l~akeland. returned to that place
yesterday after a short visit., to his
family in this (it)
The magnfllcent Everett-Grand pl-
ano that was used by the IMble Con-
ference in tie Tabernacle is for sale
-at a bargain. Apply to A. R. Harper
i'iaio ('o. 106 Main street, Jackaon-
tille Fla
Mrs J a; Slana-m. anid Mi-.t, Ida itiark
himi ha.,* rettari.ti i reirot Jac'kmnuii ille.
,' i. Ith.'v wae t to w iii th. proei
' ii ,,f I'olb f th ('ir t'll%,
1 I l, l e
Lhautauqua Ticket Pri ces-Straight
Season t cket. not transferable, $2.50;
F.Airy Season ticket. trarsferable,
: ',n. Chid. ensr Season tickets. (1 50.
i i | .,, l 1 ; I k I ,t. .> ,' l .1f il


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I ,1 1., ii 4 1ry 14 t It.. 11 ..I r~.c


VALUES


We call special attention to


SWILSON


..WANTS.


5c

PER LINS


hek basitim ba wad Ia do~
am-a=o bbs. amr nss Sol" s
war& ushoa a lb; aw kdmalmno
ewiy ward oe m&6m d a es as
m additimal he. GAS" Is. demas


us-


awompany &SB nrs hr wMr6


POR M no.
FOR RENT -Fl vefo~mnettaS& .AW
ply 293.MLibertY mLt


FOR


RENT- Five-room cottage


block next to square; city water.
electric lights. bath room and all
modern con venleces. Apply at this
office

FOUND.
TAKEN I'P- I have taken up three
strayed mules. Owner may have
same by paying for feed bill and
cost of thi.4 advertisement. T. J.
Cone. Raleigh. Pla.
*Sa "Want" ada. abri rnsia.
Chautauqua Ticket Pricee-4traight
Season ticket, not transferable, 2.40;
Family Season ticket, transferable,
$3.50: Children's Season tickets, $1.50.


First


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Sut ow iton E ARM


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MULES
ARRIVED


C'.ne and look them owr. We Mo
Ut prik to mit the animal.
All firt-clam stak.
Davis & Oliver
Lvsmy, hb iMd Fui uMM


tional Bank


GAINESVILI. I.O II)A


Established Over Twenty Years
Capital, clY,(M).( ur lBuIn-, ,F(W s.(X .
UTE STATES EPMSITORT

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


JAN. M. 4l. ot hUw1i P".


II~~~ ='. i I'sUa-iiie


GREAT


At WILSON'S


PREPARATORY TO MOVING TO. OUR NEW

QUARTERS WE ARE STILL OFFERING SOME

EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN ALL LINES.

You can make your selections from the best of our -


Dress Goods,


Watch this space for the announcement our



GRAND SPRING OPENING
IN OUR NEW QUARTERS.

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