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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 17, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Volume ID: VID01580
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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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eAIIMSLLX, FLOIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1909


TEN CUENTS3 A WE=


WIRNED


IAN THEATRE


4mindcm Are


MAbl d ui


TIE HOUSE REOIVES


TO NOX


REDUCES SALARY OFP THE SECRE-
TARY OF STAT.I

To Old Furem ** ThM Ponmyl-
vaMo Sen~te' May Serve Nas
MNlmofr f TaWs Cadint.


SHADOW STRANGERS


IN THE COOPER CASE


Secret Servce Estd al by bth Swes 'k b

TrW d Camcks Shyes.


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"aWO 9610 s awottmto sove
los VAM And the=me@&.,
41 09 a d p'uwtv lows was own&
The Itomph sol".poloes end
ob -o hloo-ld b -,a=
Tq~~ pd t we ofved
MW~ boft mass" thstrees" of
at wee cos"etpLNert. Mwe-
00 ad Im are wandering ftom
suntopinpa bosoms owrenTive
Mta All minb. Mw off Gdead dare
We am nm kne U.ow f tdo State.
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M 4MnOMS4 tMe haud of


bte W Itsr Plee Ol 0 sommar, yes-
to--s, Usl Inthe s peeme eoart of
MiNnmu as aeptane of the term
-m d -en t e company by the re-
a mMOtor eder of the court. The
foe of $M, was paid.
The- o-nar *er -provide- that the
eoOmaay mmu show to the court that
t had severed am oomaectiao with the
tadard 00l Copaay. A statement
to thbs o t may yet be required by
the eourt.
Juade Priest. however, said that be
believed yeterdy's action covered
the ease so far as the Missouri car-
poration is coacerned.


of Iowa Hears


Iryan Eulogize Him


SIl l.. arb. 1 i-With
* l byan as th p -
moem events opiw.

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Homse chamber In the presenu-ce of
both bosses of the Legislature. with
Gov. Carroll presiding Mr. Ilryanu
*oMke for as hour In eulogy uf Gen
Weaver. with whom bhe had bet-en as
*odMd for twenty years Gen
WinvOr ws present as the guest of
hoor of the oecasona.

Sa a toent for that vanat
-aOm though a ela aSed ad. in
T"e S .


WASHINGTON. Fob. 1.-By a vote NABHVILLA Tenn.. leb. 1.--On Mrs. Eastman. with whom the gi.
of 1TS to 117 the House yesterday the eve of the trial of Col. DunciaI R. tor was talking when shot; for
pamled the bill n the bar to Cooper, Robin J. Cooper and John D. State Treasurer Ed Craig who cW
Seaotor Knox's eU llo14y for the of- Sharp for the slaying of former ena- ried' Col. Cooperr* threat to gnaw
See of secretary atf ta. This wa' tor K. W. Carmack. the factions are Carmack: Carey Polk. brother ot f
the second vote af the day on this fglratively resting on their arms. State treasurer. who saw the dedeg.
I mnmean, and the two were separated Most of the witnesses for the State, ants standing near the sense of al
omly about two hours' time. The Arst who are from a distance, are in the tragedy a few moments before it #
vote was takes Os the hill under sen- city. The others are on the way. pened.
eral order for the sspesion of the Mrs. E. W. Carmack. wife of the slain Ju t what line the defense win h.
nruI, sad Umder that order. according editor. arrived last night and will sit low. except the broad one of swlf4
to the telading rule of the bhose a beaud the attorneys for the State. fense, has not been announced r,
bil must receive a two-4hrds major- Sam C. Carmack. the dead man's will it be until the State's case a el
ity to lasre its passage. The ft brother, and 8. 8. Carmack. a cousin, is made. Attorneys for both k i
vote stood 479 to 123. the majority are now here. were in conference until late last ast
thus ftalli coa Iderably below the The State proposes to establish Both sides also have ip their emgif
two-trds requialrement first the death of Senator Casmack secret agents in numbers, and evey
Immedlatey after this result was by the eye witnesses. Then it will stranger in the city is subjected *
*amuoaed the House Committee on begin to lay the foundation for Its close scrutiny and espionage. Thes
Rles held a meetag, which resulted theory that the killing was the result is little or no display of feeling la
in Mr. Dalells bringing lan a rule mak- of a couspir!loy. Just at this point will public, however / "
taI It la order for the Hou to again come the big lefS) battle of the trial. T": cv:rt officials have prepa
ake up the bil and ac pot M It andr The defense proposes to fight this con ) take care of large crowds
edmtnS w t she aould require only teutoa from the start The laws of Hart has ordered that only as mr
a majority Vte to pe it. Tene6so upon conspiracy are said as can be accommodated with --
The opp ts of the measure did to be very liberal once the ground will be admitted to the court re
aot ese their aatagoalsm. which on work is laid. but this foundation mumt No tickets will be issued, and thu
the preious cosderatlom had be vwry ,t.or's. who arrive first will get the priea.
bermgt mtt a mbeir of sharp criti- Oa.f-sw C-n-_-g its Hand.
m but imaegedately demanded a
re a u thepiu qutonon The State's early witnesses will be The Se9 odi4e for eal8 fME
rl e o as the Previous queston on
the adoptiU of the roue. This call

Is -W-eAme-Afzona and New Mexico
Mr. Olmatead (Pnasylvanla) con-
teded that the bWil does not ac-omp-
Amther precedents Mr. En Route to Stateho
Obltead ie the case of enatoer
MleO of VrmMt .L who was apMlt. WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 16.-The a plea for the passage of the I.L
*ed Nst of the Treasmri. ^long struggle of Aritona and New That such a bill had not been poed
aStregly Oppeed. Mexico for separate Statehood was re- before, said he. was a matter wMd


In the opiawin of Mr. Williams (MIs-
leIstppl), who opposed the bill. that
was the only reputable authority al-
laded to. Senator Morrill. he said. had
bhus moirmed through Senatorial
courtesy which, he said. "overrides
an e oasttational and otherwise."
Thebill he declared, was "a clear.
plain, palpable, obvious and manl-
fest ease of a direct and expressed
coMstitutlnal iWhibitilo."
Mr. Clark (Missourl) for the sec-
oad time during the day. took the
floor nla opposition to the bill and said
that Congress was making Itself "the
laughing stock of every intelligent
man an the face of God's green earth."
He referred to a famous expression
by the late Tim Campbell of New
York. who had asked "what's the
constitution between friends?" and
said that if the bill under discussion
should pass Mr. Campbell would stand
Jurtifled as a constitutional lawyer.
In adding his voice aaiunt the bill.


warded Monday in so far as the House
of Representetlves la concerned when
that body. under the suspension of
the rules, unanimously passed the bll
granting Statehood to the two terrl-
tories.
Mr. Hamilton, Michigan. having the
measure In charge, spoke briefly in
support of it. He said It was not a
party question. Both sides, he de-
clared. "were now rallying to fulfill
party pledges."
Mr. Smith. Arisona's delegate, made


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stood as a shame against the rm4 .
of Congress.
There were cries of "Vote!" "Vo!"
but the ballot was not takes ld
Ropresentatives Stanley. Kestwdy,
Caulder. Mississippi; Cole. Ohio. ad
Sulser, New York, had eulogied Dal
sates Smith and Andrews and pred
ed their early return to CoUPrL-
Keep your eye on the want IL&
There may be something advTerdt
which is of Interest to you.


What Was Transpiring


Gain Gaesvslem in 1876

(Gaineville Times. Aug. 10, 1976--LM Hampton, Editor.)


Mr.Iaulineld i[Mhialouri) declared that Peaches on the streets in abundance stree-ty.(of (,.iiluisll-- D%% '~
It was a case uf cuIilittitit"oraal julg-on SAtureluy at thirty eiseltr; a IM-(k Io IlWle ~~'lo-rr eini4 vedittu f
iclemy or Iegmn'llatile faltiortip-m n T Ilielitoil lll[. t' ilnI: 'tdl the,' .I t i i.] e~' ,
T'he-debate- %&P4iireragott htoo 1 a le'.e qemio,'teei'e'e,!r 40He it 'i-it i mow~ feei .'
ftur the a .- j5:iaig.. 4atthe'1,1a1 hC le ld) iUe Inca I *-1 1; ~ e.11 i0.1,1 i' 'aeeaa Ii ei :t1i iilt Illtnhill, 611
Oil a 'a'5atimtIl na ile ine'1. ha-u10 *l ot I dC Inll, .4. ,re tt.fJuie i-tt &.a
lia'.- fa d 1' ta.1 i 7a Ie a.ti n-.'i,'nfa. ia'itiain011111 iiol
Tlhe 1hill''n., Illo. e'Ilae'i-.' lne Otnr i' 4''''S-.1 .I \i eeI wI* I) twonu Cid
Idle' ~ ~ ~ ~ % aii'nI~u kai t'e ei-eIn el~ el titnI %In w1 ~tni. e. d'e' e .1 nIt4i4' uli~n
b \, 014, goIIl-i~t'itv It 'V mi .iiaip- 111 Al hie l. 41 o ,'rian,'oIl snie 144i1 Si11' 4,411111lie, ml e'etitli*aslIs
511(1 it %%ill uinset ht-tnu'ueteae' toa.' u.-to- 41,411 4114)l% lollae licA 'A neled thl 5een.e d \ lint- I i 1' i i
bar) tear irtaga o *mit) .r'nc* T'iset,- deie lehe'ni cisk o h ian'aj a
1 -1 u.awocire1 ri' .lulril- emilon he.iet* e4pllilia 411Y.


nimMItirv reitiresi iidy thei- iguaturt
of the- l're'baldrllI to ila-kt IIt a law

COLORED VOTERS. ATTENTION!
Will Have Rousing Meeting at John
son's Hall Tonight.
'rhe uet-gruoe alli hate' a rouiinilg
pollit'ial merth llik at .Johlntili hall
thought at 7 3 u oulim'k for theit- ipUIo f-
of furnilig as oufgaiilati&oL alMioiiag ti e
tiulurd Ipople fur the cuaulug ujuul
al lti one of the le
S U Willi.. une f the leaders


-:itiiigg ril li. ult- n'.-iva, Ih.at an Illl ittuilding Large .@ e
(if t le I reil % nnv rib Anf 00.. 1 tlltd' Wake A LI. i g 116111,en I .a i d)rjit
it thoine i I uziiit*' 1en h pe* inr ent anid (;1j, 'n %lt 11, fis r i lit II.d raIi
SIjltI4 II'Mi III lit' nAt ie-CIloll Of &M lk-1tki r.'rn id .&,It) s'1,8j, oln. v
'A lech Stj1w)4e ,rtniumotow ltea support I511) loiy Im ebn-ed 0 ith tn1 l low 5
ifiroaci enico tfi le'l' C&11AI~I9jabulding a large' 'rr
F i l meunel) tht (ole 're-d %.4014 1%A:e I 1,011m. caintile11. IoIl,, ii r ,.in
mOu. It t-luxni i tflnI a lme ht it m re''nt-c edi' it T-he uildiino n.i%11-1, gI.r~ *'
the' hA U %e nt u(btein A:%btrtolig a Iiii)3u A haiidn.mivmI 1 tit I rae .1.4 fila5ddW
oldvaUit tai. *ad ithis Wiute r is lbrithe btleMjkb uf Ia fiait ge'I
w"usd tuLu lit'iiadliod at the wuertium
and Wd'Mie hL i u dmemAaard iiithe' elok( Subsocribe for' The S"aunadhll 1o
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aewe mmPy I g Chamberlan's

To wiM pay Just as much for a
battle of Chamberlan's Cough Rome-
4d as hor ay of the other cough medl-
eieas, but you save money la buying
It. The saving is Ia what you get. not
what you pay. The sure-to-cure-you
quality is in every bottle of this reme-
dy, and you get food results when
yoN take it. Neglected colds often de-
velop serious conditions, n.ud when
you buy a cough medelne you want
to be aure you are getting one that
will cur, your cold. Chamberlaip's
Ca gh yRemd always cures. Price
6 and &e0nts a bottle. For sale by
all druggists.
Shippin Many Hogs.
8 Gay of Tru ton amuini the
visitors to the city. He Is nou ship
ping to this point from ten to tweut)
head of bogs daily which are slaubh-
tared in the West nd. and which is
proving a proftable business for him

Hiek' CAPUDINE Cures Sick Head
ache
Also Nervous Headache, Traveletra
Headache and aches from Grip. Stom-
ach Troubles or Female troubles.
Try Capudiue-lt's liquid--efects Im-
mediately. Sod by drugglts.


u1 6AM


NOW LEADS IN PIANO CONTEST
BY 8V7.9 VOTES

Peus Lee"a CadIdeke Saem to
Have Capial Priae Cepyritsed,
so Wg *erprof May Ba


Miss ltrsle iDupre%' i-m' sk lare
vote nla the piano rcont ,t .t erday.
and considerably lacreasd her lead.
The other candidates art working
hard. however, and there is no telling
who may be ahead tomorrow.
Pollowina is the vote up to date:
Miss Bessie Dupree. city..... 741.745
Mts Dorian BElis, city ........ 703.785
Miss Catherine Halle. city.. ..45.120
MI8 Plorrie Strickland ........ 314.610
Miam M. Dauhtre, city ....... 168.86


Mki Mary McONCorek. eity...
Mia Namle Dckinea, city...
Miss Aims reell eity .......
Mia JuM Ouarter, eity ........
Kim A. Groff. Newberry......
Miss Mabel aebes, city .....
Miss Jessie Evans, city .......
MSis A. Strickland. Waldo .....
im IMtelle Beal, city ........
Mtia Aale Bevile............
Minm hMma Hudeso. city......
Mine Ivesa Btat. Waldo.....
Mrs. 1. Ware. High Springs....
Miss Uxate Sheppard. Bell ....
Msam Goldle Lambert. city .....
Msam K. Carlton, Mlcanopy....
Mims Mary Thi=A, city ......
b s M Frmasndes, city ......
Mrs. A. W. Sargest...........
Mta L. Sanders Hawthorn....
Miss Ruby Albrght...........

I+ANE


71.870
64.155
64.715
46.046
37,916
36,026
30.090
22.766
21.796
18.190
13.286
11.430
10.845
5,906
5.55
&.490
3.796


Thee the We to Pmemene Hygmei,
*Se Mem*--- k Ca0tarrh Cur&
As doubt mists iB the ainds of
many readers of The .s. let us may
that the above is the proper pronunel-
atla of America's most wonderful ca-
tarrbk cre.
J. W. M ofOIUM t. are th a gOMt
ow HyJme i 6 almesvla ad they
See u asnhaler, a bottle of
and fI l atrnctk for se,
ely USt.".
Amd If It fal to curewe acute or
elwsle efrrt asthas = bromelIs,
eru, hy er a ero enagh and colds,
they Wil ib y your money bek
The per swh osfm se from catarrh
after am e or as that, must like
f and wheease, and be
Lowe. a repeated
saMich.. a"ys of Hy.
w" Ai mId Hyomel for a case of
mmml ctbrf wbieh had bothered ame
frw a aW tie. I am say that Hy-
emil killed the germ of the disease
apd gave me the much sought and
needed relief. From this experience
I know Hyomel to be a reliable reme-
dy, amd I give it the praise and recomn-
amiadion that it deserve."-G. F.
Lowe, R. I. No. 7. Alegan. Mich,
September 19. 1908.







m50 eub a at
J. W. MeCOLLUM & CO'S.


Our Coloreod Readers.
Herbert 'Drown. an industrious col-
ored farmer of Moaa''-u-Ila. called it
rhv Suna officev Motiday anid r~ae-tile-d
hit. i.ubaQ itii 01,16m S unha, ;. large-
tter cii.&s. of titgre.fit ii i a-.sid % he-1
Ithvy m3id v I, -ill 1 141!!- it' 11- 141
tli-~ ii Int i tinp l PC'loq 3131. o, rt-Kialm- a i
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WE INVITE


YOU


To become identified with this bank. Your finad
matters require the a a attention which
this bank's officers give to its customers. Your bd.
ness will be managed "a.d. bA id Mkiet eM'i
.. ..mv


THE DUTTON BANK
W. i. THOMAS, PrMddent. E. D. TURNER, Cwhier.


S CHEMERS BILLED HERE.
Have Worked the Fakes All Over the
0tate.
A novel and new scheme of faking
the merchants was unearthed by The
Timeo-Union In Its issue of last Tues-
day. which will probably put them to
light from the State If the news-
papers will give the scheme publicity.
Two well-dressed men come into
town and Inform merchants that they
are going to enlarge pictures free for
people, the only requirement belong
that the party buy a frame for same.
The men then make a contract with
merchants to give a frame free upon
the trading of so much. say $25. Then
they cnvass the town for enlarging
pictures, staUng that when they re-
ceive same such and such merchant
will give them a frame free of charge.


never mentioning the trading propool-
tion. The fakirs then take the orders
ifor the pictures, say 100. to the merch-
ant and get his order for an equal
number of frame" These are ship-
ped C. 0. D. and the merchant (aSa
for same. Result: The fakirs get
paid for the frames, but never en-
large the pictures., and the merchant
is out so much money.

SWELL LOCAL EVENT.
Gaineeville Ouards' Minstrels at the
Opera HOeus Next Tuesday.
What promises to be one ot the
swellet society events of the season
is the old-time original minstrels that
is to be staged under the direction of
Chas. T. Vales for the beseft of the
Oanesville Guards, which is to take
place at The New Baird on Febru-
ary 23.
The names of the gentlemen who
will take part in the caste. which will
be published later, will prove quite a
surprise to the clUsens, and some of
the best local talent of the city has
bees secured.
Ur.er the direction of Mr. Fales It
will prove a pleasing attraction, as he
is well remembered by the citizens
as having put on several good plays
while here about six years since.

Many Sleeplees Nights, Owing to a
Persistent Cough-Relief Found
at Lat.
"For several winters past my wife
has been troubled with a most persist-
sat 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 api.warance and myv wife. acting on
the suggesti hn of a friend. purchased
a bottle, of (Chainberlaln's Couch Reme
dy. Th- result was. Ind cd. marvel-
ous. After three doses the cough en
*Irely dkiappi'ared and ha' not niani-
fested its~,elf since.. Thim ruieldy Is
for sale by all drugglts.
Rapidly Building Up.
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESViLL, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 17. 1909


Old People


T PREPARATIONS BE-
& ,aI FOR EVENT.

S' .* gt Will WitaneD the
mpm Ceremnies
b i 7 eof the City.

S. Chbb, receiver of the
SeM Nhas returned from
It of teo days at the Na-
where he went concern-
political matters.
ftiely with the Florida
di says that each and
W Ito be found on the alert
i r the Interest of the
S- sectUons they represent
*. He fonmd Comgresseam
w*b the public building
who leastor Taaiferro
nive In regard to his

of the Inaugural cere-
o escur ea March 4, Col.
BlU: "It wml be the grandest.
Biggest ever In the City
idu a nd much preparation
b OUSe for it.
bM ve been received from
at eM States that the Gov-
mbisiatl will be present to
e eremonies, and besides
dvie orgaaimations through-
amtry will be In line of this

images are being built In
l'k and plot of ground along
l t f march, besides windows
OW7 nadlon along the route have
inod at fabulous prices. which
l t the people of the Capital
mW8ga l Immense crowds.
S Ihermne people are expected
M h Inaugural than ever be-
f-if to the recent visit of Pres-
IM toe BSouthern territory.
pak1 generally expect much
M11at 0 Taft's administration.
I eMeeMtly predict and expect
ll 9ll 0imeet the expectations of
IM lft solely by my acquaint-


ATTEND THIS 10G SALLY.

S l Building Lots to se
red to Public.
S0 f t49 prettiest locations In the
0 0the Ole ia which lots will be
t i0hd0 OE this afternoon by th.

Z e1 .-mprising thirty choice build-
.m a Bast Alachua avenue, con-
I'11 Blocated.
Si tedt of land is Just this side
of Seaboard railway, within ten
S1a' walk from the heart of the
.MilNkN makes them especially de-

'11111I the choice lots that will be
f at auction, the company have
* S eIty to spring on the people In
00 ef selling lots by the Hopper
, 1-, who will sell them this after-
(-- They have created a great deal
". *latWst wherever they have ap-
I lA, and It will be well worth your
to go out and attend the sale.
M t the same time participate in
00 MIad free drawing which will
urn at the grounds.


AT THE TABERNACLE.


6 00 Audience Greets the Opening
Pferormance Last Night.
A air b crowd greeted the olmningi
ibUalntce of the Winter ('hautau.
ll sat night at the Tal.rut'livt. The.
dWUa ance put on last night 'onsistl
S ^f a lecture Illumitrated ilth moIt
SkIctures, aMnd pruivd ihl.lm.ng tip
present.
l1 ii were chn. &elre i icol
SSlodM work don by tih.' ('hcut.iu
B l Yeara ia1st anid abh.at w~uiild r ."
StxIn Ih. lhre i- nut effort w ,e w e'11
-'v *d. The,. u i who IIhas&. go 11
*ls greAt und, iltaking .ii0. to, 1b
U81 in- ded u|l.oi, .z, urniu tiin tc tl.t
91 for the i ,. II .1- Ah.
b autuat, r er uait. r a t 0tr .. i.
I* n ll w i *m I |;t t Ib l;ubl al
at 9 ;*n 8 f., i l!, id in *.
-l ieturt. at ,; : :, 1 p so i ]
'a. lied a tU;h |,y +11 I- t |.ll 11H w l

I 1 fArs. n.i .

"LES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.

sL, y Alf It, t.ii.ic Il i.,t
lug or Protrudii.g I'l, lu 6 ti
a ur money retuuded. 604o

have fuwad aaythiltsi re It


NEED VINOL
it stmsti M ad Titalam
Vinol toas up th dIMtiv o
Ids assmllattoo, e ba the
nd reJuvnts every organ In t
body. In this natural manner Vimol
repeM weakne with trength.
We m peidtve it will bemei


W. L


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GAINESVILLE.




SDEWALK M-LDING

SOUTHERMOST SECTION ALIVE
TO NEEDED IMPROVEMENTS.

Dr. Kelley, J. F. Bunch and Many
Others to Have Walks Built
of This New Material.

Southwest Gainesville is among the
sections of the city that Is fast com-
ing to the front in Improvements. and
the citizens in that section are alive
to the fact that to make it attractive
they must get busy.
The granolithic sidewalk fever has
struck that section, and J. F. Bunch,
Dr. J. L. Kelley and others will soon
have this class of walk placed around
their premises. 0. C. Tousey and
many others are also contemplating

having this work done within a short
while.
Mrs. Witherspoon haa Just had
granolithic walks placed around her
property, and with what is now antic-
pated It will give all of that section
fine walks, something they have nev-
er enjoyed heretofore, and make
property more valuable In those quar-
ters.

Reason Enthroned.
Because meats are so tasty they are
consumed in great excess. This leads
to stomach troubles, biliousness and
constipation. Revise your diet, let
reason and not a pampered appetite
control, then take a few doses of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets and you will soon be well
again. Try it For sale at all drug-
gists'. Sample'- free.

Arrested on Larceny Charge.
W. E. Glover, the negro who was
arrested and convicted for carrying
concealed weapons, was yesterday re-
arrested on a charge of larceny. the
warrant having been sworn out by A
It. larl,-r, who claims thAt tihe. istol
that was taken off him at the time
of his arrest wan his The case will
be heard before Justice Carlisle today.

Six Nights "Go as You Please" Race.
How many tired fathers and moth-
ers In this town unter this race every
night carrying a baby And they
wonder what the matter is. Chances
are the child is staringK worms are
eating all of its f have worms-vyours net-dn't. White's
Cream Vermifuge will get rid of the
swurnis and strengthen the child Price
-,' ctnts per bottle. Suld by W. M.
Jouhunll.


LADIES ESPECIALLY INVITED-
We desires a large crowd of ladies to
be present at the auction sale this
afternoon and will furnish carriages
free, besides you participate in the
grand free drawing. Over $100 worth
of handsome silver and glassware to
be given away free 8outheen Realty
and Auction Company.

Stb-. rt fr tihe Suo n au d ,'te- fr
your thuiec iu the piano coutest


Your I
\ t o ldetU- e'


idruffiUt, a l ii-r ft~
. L- '.a' iffl-i'iA


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mEY TREATENS

INSULTING WITNESS

STOPS HIM ABRUPTLY FROM RE-
FERRING TO HIS RECORD.

Says He Draws the Line Beyond
Which No Living Man Can Step.
Sensation In Court.

SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. It.-At the
trial of Patrick Calhoun. on an Indict-
ment charging bribery. Assistant Dis-
trict Attorney Francis J. Heney yes-
terday resented the demeanor of a
witness on the stand and declares
that he had "drawn a line over which
no living man may step" In villifying
him.
Samuel Leake. who was summoned
to the stand during the exminatmio
of veliremen because of a allegatUon
that be had ndeavoraed to parehase
an Interest in the haberdashery bi-
ness conducted by a brother of one of
the Jurors, warned Mr. Heaey that be
could make certala revelations eon-
eeraing the prosecutor's past. Mr.
Leake, who had been queUtined an
to his visit to a saloo said: "I think
It very improper to refer to theme
things, Mr. Hoey. I could ten of
places I saw you--."
"I want you to stop that right now."
interrupted Mr. Heney. "I don't pro-
pose that you hall make any more
threats. You are here to answer
questions."
"There is one conversation you don't
dare to refer to." retorted the witaes.
"There was one when you west up the
back way Into the Call office and tried
to go back on Phelan and Sprack-
els-."
'That's all there will be of that,"
said Mr. Henry. "I took this sort of
thing from Henry Arch (attorney for
Abraham Ruef) for months, until it
led to an attempt at astassnsteton,.
and after this I want It understood
that I won't take it from any man Uv-
lag. If I am going to be shot again.
I II be shot In front, not from behind.
nor from the side."
Lewis F. Bylngton. of the defense.
here took exception, saying, "We be-
lieve that the district attorney should
recognize the limits of his duty in ex-
amining a witness."
Mr. Heney, rising,. pitched his vocke
so that It penetrated beyond the room
and said:
"This district attorney is doing his
duty as such, but before I am a dis-
trict attorney I am an American clU-
men. and in that capacity I want to
say right here and now that I draw
the line over which no living man
may step. For months I took all the
villllflcaton that could be heaped on
me. merely because I dared to do my
duty, whico someone had to do. but
I am through with at now. and I want
this thoroughly understood."
The panel of twelve tentative jurors
was broken by the discharge of one
peremptory challenge; and two al-
leged cases of Jury tampering were
made public.

Baby Hands
Will get Into mischief-often it
means a burn or cut or scald. Apply
lmallard's Snow Inimeut Just as soon
as the accident happens, and the pain
will be relieved, while the wound will
heal quickly and nicely. A sure cure
for sprains, rheumatism and all pains.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 a bottle. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.

Card of Thanks.
W\. desire to e.xte.nd to our many


friend. and neI-ighltrs our he-artlet
thanks for their kinne-s during the
recteit illut,- sand hubsiiquent death of
ouir little sIn. and asniur them that
thuir kniadi'-r, will te. ,r be- remeuamer
4d li t AN) MINS it M TISON


D'


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SWhen thousands of women y that tey have
cured of their ailments by a certain rs y, doa lt
prove the merit of that remedy ?
Thousands of women have writt te
suffering, and have told how they webfr !
LysliaE. Pinkham's Vetable
years these report have been A
Without great merit this medicine amui
gained the largest dae of any remedy or is
never could have become known and pria mm
country in the worid.
Can any woman let pre-dice stad bt wn
which wi restore her health ? V you b yi. thasw 1
have tried it you know this mdid m" cu.V&

your mind to give M. Pink s d.s da
cure you.
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ESTHER S. JORDAN,


w*w.


JORDAN & COMPA


INSURANCE


PORTER I OCK


SA WVULA. PMLB


Fire. Life and Accident ..".


Never a Welcome


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Thie tire fiendl'al wayu comes


Hoarbe coughs and iituffy colds that
miay di '% tIc14+ into pacummlnna uvt'r
wight ,lr.. quickly cured by ioe~*
Iuiiune aid T~ir. uand it sobxithe Inflatu
i'd tut-iileroaeiv. als tile lunge' uid
* AjotI.,z t i'. tould IruniL r ytteu
W. M(ccullum & Co.
Oiiv w hjo Ike' In a tfrm[.Ao d rie,.ee:
eati t6- -it tty i! j'iei fr Ih
a'Is kt-. 1) tile lebt to tbe h~ad10.11. ii
hit, reach'


Worth-1IT


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unexpeotedly-hern todqe
there tomorrow. The iua
certainty of his v sid
limakes it imperative to be
always prepared. There.
fore we wish to favor you
witl the relainier that
%\% ilaaka, it our businoe
t,, -..' tliat all who wish
lir-t-e'l.t- itldiF'aCO cao
_.t it wislout inconvO,
,n ,-r trouble. We
.4 %o\ i .l t ille. Is lther
I.re ,jMludicies.


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psmme SmTOMpMM ON&to the
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I sof the MY s0d vhshave to

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-t a"n mat ofAdm hs.
- edm rM m b thet baro-
mtmw al.L arum & CO.
P- 06we 1 Mmd Is *tat cty.
Drer otkr hat ofpaviagmatvrial
h~W ~ se sm tohe eamtr-
tw t to& m Dw m3 muti Kt Ms
ab" hem deal"sitmg ot. -
=sow" s ft Ing s inTurled

~~buos an hebm~o lgfor
fte isW wessthmav pbs. Amd
~, U~SOL akCbftk b"
doOW bet e Mo In the
I ;-Vatsno- em ooreso kta for
@mew reflstshlsinsdlab wer*
Pus""to weeVON"sed tates r-
ew Ma weakby Sbuar Tasferr
m ained Me&ip hUm beg mm
60 oGe Mask. P" mied the rght
Geof mwW hhot S makam the a-
SkmIN sdby theail-


-msumm Wb a
T. B. MIfer of Ambsvlo,. N. C. hbu
eswefd in td oty md wll speam
x Sw mst sev a a wos Sa thi a@se
S* as t ws w dhwat ehas bmam as
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wwor vwherIe Sn uatu


SAUMuS tsr 'n6AT NEADAOL"W
04 o a? 3wmo "sad e.
m e -tawf? UBMW bpewdm
sm so Sme t ayou hr bubsss.


9 we ~lte Awdemey yes mL
no buam d" t do AM ?A aft I
b~~soe emathg Whlb OWlya
er? do i isor yes wes?


Per Cny M rneL.
To th V eots of the City of OGas
I a emdis toe CO CRYMarbal.
hfar roeelte ea IAp l. I have
ved the Mople iuthmfty aa4 *&-
emUtly, sht sat 5. sad my rmor
bs epeM for mpoeet.
Ia my @Vrer o urls tUh past row
has bees Mtastery I ask the ap-
pwrt sad vote of each ad every eitl-
me wheo s qMlaea. I ean osly
premise the me service as I have
eieavored to give Im the past
YOrs ftorwder.
BBN T. ARNOW.
I tame thi met of tnforming the
pubB6 that I -a a mandate for City
Marshal at th elecuto to beW elM e
AprilU 13 194. I repectfily sohelt
the ppt of all vters, respetve
cf party aeml"leat, d promise to
tttadly sad Impartially discharge
the doms of the oe should hbe
deletoI setftey.,
CHA. C. WARREN.

amilof tor the eai 4t City MMn-
sdl, to b voted fr at the edetiso
e Apr 12, S1M. If leeted I will
tlftahy dtlr s s tthe duae of the
aee wthet flear m vw. Im f
sposfthr 5set the vets of a%. t
empeeove f Paty sMnsm.
CHAS mXGJ&


Imar


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Had mesaMaholy. probably esemd by
am active liver. A bad liver makes
emM ceOM sad Irritable, Ocame metal
ead physical depreslo sad may rei
MRt- i--atr-- ly. Ballard's HBerbm
Is aedowleoded to be the perfect live
rqslaer. If year blue sad out of
emrts, got a bottle today. A positive
me or Mlos bhadacb. coastlpe-
tio ehlos sad fever and all liver
omp lata. d Mby W. M. Johams.

Measy Car Arrives.
The moemy wagoo of the A. C. L.
visited talneevlle yesterday and
glidioed the hearts of the large
mber atof employees lan this city. The
eompafy have a very large pay roll
sad the money th expended goes
mte the chu-ama of the looal trade
to a hgs extent sad s areably felt
amoms the oeal merchants.
Per That Terrt e ahie g
Messma, tetter and salt rhe-m kep
thO W vNe s perpeteual termst.
Tub aplmadesm of ambr 'sata
alve wim mmtantl y allay this It abea.
d maky eases have bms ee ured by
biNa F ale t alln dnmau ts.
SA- haviag b pi a doee at
Theb ab eM are eattled to em
m the BL aanaordi Plao Cae-
tAt ar s*ead t paM tor mMob
ve. Don't lrbigt this wbhe la nod
at iared ti eal ry. Read the ad-
vertliemt giving parUeolars m
gardbg the comet ad vote for the
MiYr oy wr em-


- 7


N ThuCoupon may he cad at The Stin offie or at Aither of the *m 0
necualIwith the contest. N'T OD AFITAC FEBRU'ARY Its


-FREE


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


AUCTION SALE


80-BEAUTIFUL


IIWDNESDAY, FEBRUARY


CITY LOTS-,


17, at


2 O'clock P. M


, m bes~til Lot aWe located on EAST ALACHUA AVENUE, just ten miUutes' walk from the heart of busy (;aiinesville. Tlhi- i
MUi ns action and a number of handsoi e homes have been erected in cloae proximity to this prolwrty. A gil-eige iiv.-t l'..lit ('4
S0"one or more of these choice Lots. Real Estate is the basis of all real wealth and n,,ore m,1oney is. Iis i iig a"Ile in tii-h lile
,. la ve.ment. Investigate this property and come to the Sale. TOY Iake the prica --tt mas it RIGNT. 1-4 Cash, bMlin 8, 12 ald


BRASS


BA N'DT


COMC13RrT ---


Ow method of selling id New, Noveland ll Iiljqle.
Omme out and hear the Fui~oua. r% ii, Autiotimiti4r-


HOPPER BROTHERS


( '*.iiig hi : itI' I~I t i.-diL'Li iifl. 1*0


FREE OARRIACES


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SOUTHERN REALTY & AUCTION COMPAuI


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THE DAILY 8SU: GOA1EVTILLK, FIARIDA. FRBRFARY 17, 909


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nlifrtlea9ig Mam-de knows e


PgAt every M -O y sad
ill- y writ Auhth. toy .a

as amo uall the w e ofhe
owe =Ad iNeOMn ms asu winl be
ta fC .aberm a I rghe al-ai


-f aeuademe Taed dobhetwe
sOa lIMMe dissM i. t


TEW DAILY SN,


ar beginning to have
as the women.

S*trUs la In the Northwest
tWbogganing as a winter


4to sleep, dear mother."
pattlag bedrooms in the big
aIrships.

S doubt about the Cuban's
Is celebrate. The doubt is
b aepelty to govern himself.

9 other war between Rus-
&Joa monds like an effort to
So attention of Mr. Hobson.

Oh hypaote Influence of the
m teven the waring Panama
brot their bitter animosi-


-a


H b teoo that the concerted re-
So Amerilan press has handed
8nW be sufficient to hold it


mSre Paciic Coast war talk,
Uesemvelt may come to regret
b 1111el d down that second elect-
I-. a ler aIL

U Wiart's editorial Interest In the
who headed the Independ-
M Ity natlmatl ticket has suffer-
Stible colapse.

Sna sit tariff outlook gives the
Vi11i1"a that Washington isn't go-
0 get its usual amount of peace-
S kthis summer.

kI b *ade0stood that in the mind
l Newberry, the Se.cretary of the
-I a doubt is beginning to arise as
BIO where he is at.

b1e16ta Perrero says Marc An-
OWls alleged inmpabloned oration
1,4 10 dead body of Caesar was the
1011M mr*t of "fake. This will in
8* 1" dampen sophomoric endear-
" lag Ithe forthcouiing coUnujc.nce-
MIN Maon, however

K t elass of le-,|*' l w ho train at
AIM &aMd swallow a :(amIl rai-ed ol>
*11Pl 110 the risquenu-t.s of theta bill
I Uathoglraphj which u'er- uzed to
"O the Mardi (;r.& to I.' held
" 41101la. Tho. fact that he. (hair
86 el tcoe ctl"taitte. having thli ad
S1N1 b charged ix, a hloa li ew 4
= 8"a, is suff'ic'at guarantcv, that
i n Vlas Sothing Immoral in th,- peiC


M A Man ll letrf orm hi. dutt. un-
S eh"oat tr> luiK tir S J'kyst-ri.al li,:ue r are. -ur,- to
"Ior ianhll udl .,d a.-,.r that th.-
I 4 hbero of I'o', t'j -ca worthh and
Sl Ofr delilisd T'ih.i a. p.atIlcU
*. r IBt the hl irro worzlll, o otf is-
Sb en vus tUn iil ot .ci.lao ui thIe (oI
Sbl** l teg ( II. lte. |ul .a tld thi .
S'hall. ttlh.ir cfl I.i l .I .l lll,.ih
I B thI eir fi I t. l I, lit .,,i, ii.i.hal
S1 5hia ,I c, c,, I .*i .,
1114q"l all tl t1 e a-. I t I ,n ,, ,
4Pi e \, e d .

e icel ci, i. i.. a. ,, ,tif I \ c..
ftIbe ,.t '4 c
I N 11 its 1 1 VA
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gun


monas by the government. thus reader-
Ing each session of Parliament some-
what barren of legislation. How to T
deal with a situation that has become BA D BREAT H
well nigh intolerable is a puzzling P fo I.b" e
problem. But Winton Churchill, one 60 d.-4 all kin*dss oit,.lo 'T"-
of the government, says that if at the -t*J4.. rVweeks AI G a m.- ism 4 Wfo
next general election the Libetals eh**~rl ,lsay "aOr w .j. Urelm.HI Il
again receive a majority they v.1ll re- brtoa ev fme eslretT hum oaW Y,_"_--."_-
fuse to take office until they ricelve ATLANTIC C
adequate guarantees that their n.e'ab- a I f M
ures will not be blocked. That would Tlmweow sA
mean that Englknd lpractically would Ha h F
have no government. and it would Lu
nece,.sarily r-.-ult in the Lordi, giving Ef l
way and th. -nd of that -anon.alous Tickets on sale February 28
feature of England politlcs-an ir- and 3rd, final limit to ruch
rpl ron.-ible ati.a, r latvC tS.yf. not later than midnight Mar

"Conslihtent and Imrailt-tont golferst tol Tn h.n e H- *nl"* trt stoi:x CO 8 EAT NILITAI
"Con..iict,.nt ani ,.rsC1tal, goiter" t, ,,., ,to,--.rL'-,.t -Ie,1.1" aa.I I E A T N I L I T A I
certainly lengthen their lits"," writ. String Remedy Co.. Chicagoor N.Y. MlO For further information, rarvtiona,
Mr. Taft Ther.* i,. ,nc,.itlion in "'Th.AL SALEL TEME LLJON U or- w
Exlieditlion of HIumplhre'. Clinker" of ..i A. W. FRITOT, Divuiun Pamngei
a brai;li of S burg. it w,. re*zb.i-mler right. tnt a ma|n Pasengr Tralc )lanaer,
haKIo the Circulit ourt. Eighth Judicial Circuit PWaniroTraffcMagtr
of 1 I1ho hia 1 ;i. lifler foier -c'or The' Alarbum County. Tlorida.-lIn 'haneryr Wi m nlon
Itad liai It hag for gei.iratos. and LiC W. Vant vs. Peter J Eva Mli
ad n ,Ifor divorce Order of PablesUies.
not oit' eof theln' c'ven w'lit to hbd It atitarfing Yr s1Tlavit Sapeaded to th l
Str gal billW fld inth, t b e attated came that t .he d...l .1,tt ..M Mik .M M d
% itthot h btt.r .parn t a gal- relrroae 4 l'*rter J i vans the defendant
Ilo of Do ecrwnaoin the mtate the service of a sub
(larItt had leeAli ,hut off. a- It would iwur e ul-arn bwho> would bind "aid defendant.
a. d that he Is over the age of twertr-obe
Im. in l e r 1ti*.. thi l m liht s.r t i~ therefore itetlred that %ai son-
hla*.a li.c d 11 I ,.' I .ii remaitent defiodaBt i-* nd hbe i hereby re-
4ulired to. a stel-ar to rth.- Hllt of 4(uM'tiSlat led S
in said *'auae oniw or before Mnoaday, the klh day
of Alil A 1 iw5. otherwule Uhi alte r iats an
Seware of Ointments for Catarrh ofr A ubil l, ,.e taken as, t coorMe d by AL R
drferaldant.
That Contain Mercury It it furtihr ordered that this order tbe pub-
akbet u.- u a eek f et( it coariui.--cuve A VIDole W ldHM o *I liA. rW WiM
as inercury aill ,urely de'troy the ,.1-k,. in 'abr etiluertUe u' a eatpsver
.ea...se of aull and omti.lel't-'ly d.-rangep. i;l-e iet ,* ..dai,,uty and 'htLb S AVANNAII COLlMHIA. CAMDI
Tbk% i'eruarv K i 101i 9 t
thts. hole ay t.t.m tahe.n ,.te.ring It H WI%-Nio.ms. Clerk ('ireuit ourt. RALEIGH,. RICHMOND, WASI
it* .> liB M N (CHb'". I) U.
through ltht mucoum trarfact-s Such A true coiv -or rin uri. z raPHILADELPHIA.. N
jartic'h.I' shouldd tact-er be uv l i. c'cX,'jlt .rai, Sb ii t INt E. c'ierk ircult ourt
rtIit should n r ud x. .t o THREE ELEKANT TR
',n ipre c('ripltiinit ro ra r ipultuIt ih.a It TIi n I.%,r f.it.r Titlitit iAit ie r (l t .l i1t
.cla., au the damntago tley h ll do in. IS'Al 1 AB FIA iAl .IDA IA,
ten fould to the good ilu ca" po,-,i-l --'- .-.' E. I )AII F. ,KAI ,-1i(
denr.- from thian. Iall C.ati.rrh *
('ur*-, tl.tltafacltuld t I J Ch'lieet A tI I' % I I'I B'
. Co "1,do 0), ilai I, i MODERN PULLMAN I
ir\. and i taketi miter ..ail,, at l ccuc R ~tor, OiL r nrt o o F Ff DI
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,( th(1 t L o. cral Passenger Agent. Jacksonvill

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EQUIPMENT.
ITEl>--Solid Pullman Veti.
b ('ar, Ob.e-rvation Car an4
'it auil Hit Augustine; PPo
.yv City Inid Palm Bach;
..wf*-n Jersey City am
li,, i .'a,, St. AngeatI a
d.iily xc-'Lt' Sunday.
(. cr rebervations *all -0
BOVLSTON, Jr., AsletaUt
e, Florida.


HE OBJECTS. CURRENT COMMENT.

The Sun Is In receipt of the follow- The Indlnnapolis News says: "To be
Ing from an esteemed patron of Tbhe sure it cost Senator Stephenson of
Sun whose opinion the editor has great WIrsonsin $1417.793.05 to make his
respect for: campaign in the primary election. but
"I don't think special legislation what's a more bagatelle like $107.-
should be made on the sale of seed 79.3 1 to as prominent a Renator an
rotten, for there are many of our Mr. Stephenson?"
farmers who make less than a hale The loulsvllle CourierJournal says:
and have to use It for home pirote-c 'Kenturky'i highest court having d#-
Uon as soon as gathered. It will bI. rided that Insurance cannot be col-
throwing all favors In the hands of l,.-'ted on property burned by night
the big planters. who can get help ridersx the losers by those fires. not be-
without selling their cotton, and the hgn allowed to sue the county, or
poor child can go naked and cry for State. which falls to give the protec-
bread, etc. Our poor are to be pro- tion that every citizen is entitled to.
tested. or we are going to have sert. would seem to be helpless unless they
oua trouble this side of Japan." should move out of the State and sue
As we understand the matter. It is the night riders. If this is not a con-
the desire of the Farmers' Union. ditlon of anarchy, what Is It?"
which organisation is asking for legs. The Birmingham News says: "A call
lation prohibiting the sale of Sea Is- has been Issued in "New York for a
land cotton In the seed during certain conference for the purpose of dis-
months, to endeavor to get a general cussing the negro question. Aside from
law of this kind enacted. Palling In the amount of aIgorance that will be
this,. the Farmers' Union of Alachua manifested at this meeting, It will. as
county will ask for a special law for most of the meetings of this kind, do
Alachua county. more harm than good. The less o aid
The fact that the farmers who pro- and done In the North in this dtree-
duce less than a bale of cotton throw tion the better for the negro as well
tae same upon the market at whatever as the white man. The best way to
price they can get for It. Io what pre- solve the so-alled negro questlo is
vents those who make a business of to let It alone. That has been demonl
growing cotton from obtaining a re- strated time and again in the Saoth
munerative price for their product. If as well as In the North, and more -a
the proposed legislation will enable peclally In the North."
the large cotton grower to obtain a The Montgomery Advertiser says:
better price for his crop. will it not "Lee's greatness does not need a
also benefit the small grower in pro statue at Washington or anywhere
portion to the amount he produces? else to commemorate It or to reader
One of two things Is certain. It enduring, but there can be no good
either the cotton growers must re- reason why it should not be placed
celve a better price for their crop there. The causes. the events and
than has prevailed during the past, the results of the bloody conflict are
or they will be compelled to abandon history; the country Is again one unt-
the crop. ted republic, the city of Washington
If the farmer now engaged in grow. Is as much the South's as It is the
Ing less than a bale of cotton would North's and spite and prejudice should
devote the same time to the produc- no longer be suffered to draw sec-
tion of potatoes, vegetables for the tional lines between North and South.
home market, poultry, eggs, hogs, cat. If George Washington could speak Wli
tie, etc., he would soon discover that would not object to association with
he profited thereby. Robert E. Lee In marble or bronze."
This is the way The Sun views the
matter from the unprejudiced stand- t Qiokly
point of one who desires to see the and you will save yourself a lot of
suffering and trouble. If you have a
greatest good done for the greatest sudden chill--or take cold-it you
number. We do not claim to know have colic, cramp or diarrhea, don't
it all, however, and invite discussion wait a minute. Take at once a teO-
of the proposed legislation. spoonful of Perry Davis' Painkillie In
a half a glass of hot water or -nk.
Youll be safe and on the right road
The relations between the Liberal to quick recovery. Then you'll escape
government and "the House of Lords serious filness. But you ought to have
are growing more acute if possible. this tried and proven remedy on hand
are growing more acute if possible. for immediate use. Being prepared
As all know the Lords deliberately is half the battle when there's paln to
turn down every great measure Intro- subdue. New sihe bottle Sic., also in
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THE BUSH & SA




PIAN O CIONT


In Which a Residet of Alachua
Ie Awarded a Beatiful Rward

Certifutks Vaied at ,3100
Th Bluh & SMforM Pan Coi.,

sentatives of The R. S. Heward
The Cotest to be Conducted by
SBealf Bf aush Safford. :


$3,550. 01
One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be
residing in the County of Alachua who re
number of votes between December 15th, 1V
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : : :


Additional (


County I
Piano, and

FumsI
Sole Ia


Co. ofNia
THE SUHI





given to the pen
ceives the hig4i
908, and 10 p.m
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N U %AI s IM I IUI lO I1 I I Jo
In addition to the Piano there will be iue by The Bush & Safford Piano (,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be isn
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills will h
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To b a it*sba rM .6 d i l N f.r fo.......8 S
To ftb l Sl q ni hin vs te, a W for ua fw ...... .. 11
To o mit iare h bm sM6@t@ W NOv"atah ft fMo fwor.......- ... 84$1
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anyeN
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon tho p.,
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in aJl respects thfeU
to will be given each of those tieing.


How and Where to Get
SVotes
The following merchants will give o::e vote
for every cent paid into their establiahmiuits fur
goods which they handle:
The Gaineeville Hardware Co.
Phifer Bree.
Hyde & Tonch.
Wher VItes BMay Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found in thu ettabltih-
mlets of the merchants giving votes and at The
Sun office. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun,
Galnesville, Florida.


Rules and Reguladiin
1. The contest is open to anyone livtbi
Alachua county aho sla known by the
of the contest or vouched for by some re
person, to them well known.
2. No employee. attacbee or relative of tbe,5'
prietors of the above-named firms are eiSM0 1b
participate in this contest, and will participa b
no manner.
3. In the event of a misunderstanding tWS*
candidates or others interested In this C
such controversy may be referred to Uhe
ductors of contAet, who alone are the
qualified to render decirlons.
4. In the event a candidate decided to
draw from the race. such candidate will 0t
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of
candidate In the contest.


THE DAILY SY71
kI .d wtoeLcrW Ne' b UIe
$1.25--Three months' subscription ...................... 400 votes
$2.60--Six months' subscription .................. ..... 1,000 votes 1,200
$5.00-One year's subscription ....................... 3,000 votes 3,500 i
For a club of five one-year subscriptious (before April 1, 1909). 25,000 votes 30,000 1,
For a club of ten six.months' subscriptions (before April 1)...25,000 votes 30.000 W
Th''l re i nio lim it to th. itni.mil ir of clri, ia lt ch m itt.-t;nst t.i, -c r'- '0
THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00-One ytar's subsriptin............................ ...... 00
For a club of five oue-year ,ubsrpt in: .. .4000


Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is


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N.oekeepln."
Wrtable polisso
Ingm t to red
algth. whib its
i. is a favorite
aria. and it ap-
, fet human II"I
abUMt contamil-
of Lafayette'
I boy. ay the'
asekeelvint"" to
Spiece of flat.1
me way as th.,I
Irisking. I underr
slilp s*Lowed an
hundred hunmait
skis and 7,.(HIm
-this from one


aleo examined
for nine days
us ae In a school
s present on fltt
the glass be esti-
S contained over
o dead skin. Few
O tha ten germs
ip = many as high
Mgl ifty. while be-
Wre thousands of
smears of saliva de-

leen used in a
aWgeral months with-
viass hIV ii a* te
deposit. 'Under
IdM proved to be
of mud. thous
skain and millions
Which were scores
S U in all d.talls
n Some of this.
B sted under the skiu
pig. and in forty
died. A pobt-lmor-
irevaled that death
eseece of a suffliciinct
germs to cause
Ma pig Inoculated
Ssediment developed
eoaly a few of the
iA the State expose
rts to give them
which Harold Gorst
a pi rse. There are
wl as dirty drinking
was found where
used only a sin-
Tr. Tee Is the com-
sMp, also. There are
Igrm-laden dust. kept
by the restless shuf-
hll9 How much of the
may be trar,.d to
9.-New York Tribune

Pefllows Lagrippe.
eOM follows lagrippe
lAews the use of Foley's
tr. or lagrippe coughs
W Sid. Refuse any but
b she yellow package.
pow a Co.

mamed Thomas
Ear te his fortune to a
Sem eWdltion that a head
e S same of the said
a-d a vere of poetry.
O WI the grave. Coeting
re "a to chtsel letters on
S0S poor relative ordered
MIbs A d be brief. I'ln
*M approve, on ace'unt of
ss. e Us orp
rhfts Thorp
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Thorpi
Corg**
bOwS oead Tree.
Wk8 b se* i of |iuliu. growing
dfhowg twelti tii t. i lr
Lb *int. Araila. A l,>\etila
pt lIh prd'. it fruit in
ses (c4 iintailnig from
I fruit are of an
of a ri h yelluIt.h
Ad are tleutlfully Iol-
r glylpt they form part
SMiD t pio rer e lammes of In-
P t aten twein| the
h sk, whi b tastes al-
La ,*0 Ctugerbr.ad. whence
te of gl,,r,'re,-Md tree
lylW*itft,, II lI is the
l of tio i..lm
'hIe LAsatl.. cur.- cgonstl
'4 "*1r tluulie id waulke
1"26^y ,ad regulAr Oraaf
r Pills and tablets as It
J eate,- Why take
S 1 W. McCullulu & Co


AGE NO BAR.


Everybody in Gaineeville is Eli,.-
ble.
Old people Ptooped ulth suffl.ring.
Middle age. courageously fighting.
Youth protesting Imipatiently;
Children. unable to explain;
All in misery from t)eir kidneys.
Only a little backache first
(omes when you catch a cold.
Or shen you strain the back.
Many complications follv.u
1'rlnary disorders. dialttes,. Ilright'
dis.'ase.
Doan's Kidney Pills cur backache
Cure ei ery form ,f kidlr y ills
Mrs. N. K ('artcr. I-., '\ .M('MCrinek
str,-. t. (a! i> .s ill.-. F i.a .-. :- :: ".\1. I
amI comiiilatinted of a #e.ak lack :iald
atins across hi.- kidneys fr eiioma
ie'. He camni hoate: at night. tired
aind hardly ableh to 4 at anything. It
wnm dilftiult for him toe amume a (om-
fortable position and he felt generally
miserable. Finally he decided to give
IDoan's Kidney Pills a trial and pro-
cured a box. This remedy soon re-
moved all sIgns of kidney trouble and
he has had no return of It slnce."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. IBuffalo.
New York. sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the namci-!oans-and
take no other.


An-lr-('r rnn'i w') ,i "it m-wnr hI hi'.,
It-it w%01an me it ch* 'Ined. wnq rafty.
"Why do'q" he .te.nim hip bhoq,. e
y,,n l I, f,'-- I a sh|,, nqk Ier h-rielf na l
re olitely fa<|Il the tIak of finding ouL T E L E P H O
Her frst answer was: "Tbe bore
witl carry a hearier load." *
Hler next: "The horse doesn't talk
back at him."
But neither of these. somehow. tm-
premred her na belng'correct One of the meet valuahMe feotetr
*Moet likely." she declared at length, of our service, te our subscribers an
"It's In the rr.4omlbn. Well. I'11 Just be to the public generally, Isto er eenec.
well as omdy emf and from ." tion with the extenolve long distance
It wasr n wlky guem and from ton lines of the American Telephone end
;imo forward woman's inaltlon rose
relatively until in our day the hore Telegraph Company and the other ai-
has scarcely a hook In even at the socdated Sell Telephone oempanile.
horse show -P'urk. We own thousands of miles of long
distance lines in the seven States in
Worn Out. which we operate and In addition can
That'. the way you feel about the connect any telephone in our system
lungs when you have a hacking rough with lines extending to any other city
It'f foolishness to let It go on and en which a Bell Telephone system Is
trurt to likck to get over It. when Bal- operated.
lard's Horehound Syrup will stop the Thea lng dltnee linesa of tiM
cough and heal the lungs. Price 2rwc. moet moden and improved eonetru--
AOc and $1 00 per bottle. Sold by W. tie ad are mantained at Mlgh
M. Johnson. at of e 9leny The Me sysewms.


lBu "Want" ads big results.


Miss N. Norton


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operating In w vereos sectiem of
oewntry, are uform It ti i equi
neat and l their methodeof epepS
qting.
Only by resMen of this sI e tre
arrangement between the SIl TeO.
phone eomp oe s to It pesible to ft
a Bell Telephone almost anywhere
ask for "Long Distan"** and be put I
communication with alimet any pal
in the country.
This vast network of wires, radalt
inlg throughout the naso, iO amed
daily in oemmerwe and for eell pe
pI se by the beaew, thM ame i w
citlaonse n allwlk walks of fe Mad P
plant here is aknpertant ilatke I al
great haln.


Southern Bel Teephone


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Her Dari"'s De,"ire. Noeltf Books, St en a u ul
**My drli:-." id :i fod ricthel.
who heller4led in anpaling to children's SOAveni Sheet PictmM Eum
render feillings Insted of punishing
them, **if ou ,,re bo naughty you will
grieve mamnml so that she will get UIl* a i *
and hbve to lio in bed In a dark room |
,and take n.tty medicine, and then she
'tv die and htre to be taken away I N U I U t $UK, I
out to the cemetery and be buried, d J *and
The child had become more solemn.- I
but an angel smile' overpread hble I
ftee at his mother's last words, and, G We. M WER
throwing his arms about her eck. be -- mulRf ,,MJr
exclamed: IM 1 Jm ml A -, iirFi
"Oh. mamma, and may I st beslde H o
the coachmanr-londTuner andj keen Steam et o a
Ask Yourself the Question. L L M M e
Why not use Chamberlain's jni- Kt. hFites Furnied Promptly and AllU
meant when you have rheumatism? We Work Guaranteed.
4.l sure that the result will be Rdlere es GAddE8VIfL :
prompt and satisfactory. It has cured Abiw e-Hill Co. FLA.
others, why not you? Try it It costs _G o- o I
but a trifle. Price, 25 cents; large
size. 50 cents. For sale by all drug-
ists. onded 16 rp11,'dl J Staple ai
DevelomeMt.
"Remember." said the eareset In a.i Lr Ib-- Q
rentr, "It isn't so many years sce EGOU
the telephoime caused laughter." OU S E O
-'That's true," answered the -a
who Maa trouble with centraL "At IMt 5f tI -- High-e -M~rt rim
It caused laughter; mow It caue prm-
fanity."-Washington Star. B. R. C oPrI it e
B. R. Celson, Peiant mSe M / -a
J. W. Blending, Vice-Pweldenmt -1-_ _N
R. 0. Bowern, See.-TrenMs. as lAW "
Mrs. 8bellpod-Hlram. some o' them
there hobos hev stole the wash oReo
the llme agi;n! Farmer bellpod--Haowhh
dew you know they wus obos? Mart This mInds has mOedl the peopHe
Shellpod-Becuz they tuk everything of Alachua county for neay a quar-
but th' towels.-Chicago News ter of a century in connetion with
If better were within, better would T
ro out.- German Proverb. LAND TITLES It pays the f
queer/on Dot of
Foley's Honey and Tar clears the air and a fully prepared to ive co- f
passages, stops the irritation is the ardarefolprma reto giveca
throat. s&thes the Inflamed me.- pl n information towing your title. S Iu I 9
branes. and the most obstinate cough l o ook. We me now bookig
disappears. Bore and Inflamed lungs will
are healed dad strengthened. and the A for w FmrL ft "l em ,
cold is expelled from the system. Re-l
fuse any but the genuine in the yel- -"
low package. J. W. McCollum & Co.


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MSilUAL INTEREST
SW REPORTERS&


Cedar Key oysters, day mad
at Rutherford's Retaaraa
The pictures last night show
the Flhutric Theatre were fine.
tAest you forget, we again ci
:t'lti i I ) thl I ..d A tai at 2
toda,.
Mlis Vlnlma Jennings of Wi
1 a* among the shoppers In the


ad What ls Go- ), estrday.
aLl-- fsnal and 16 gue .t register at tli
ffouae to i at other places. '
d the City. the tale.-Adv.
Buy your needs In eml
go MI at Ratherfordrs while our special sale is on-
save money. Mag let.
* seitric Theatre next Lace and embroidery sale
Call an I select while barge
Tampa is among the being shown. The Magnet
Stgty If you want two hours


syrup 60


-t -l t adles'
btds aRestaurant
iaw mre shoes going at
* at ace. Magnet.
- we again call at.
I bad sale at 2 p. m.

mr of Pairbanks was
UWr visitlag the city


,. the piano
, i the city
ai matter..


man of
looking


------now--
TO OUR STORE
SiY of the advantage
lOroceres- fresh. can-
MS d or in bulk-from
Said care of stock,
MW ImMediate attention to
lSPat delivery of go jds
IN ble and the emneunt
r pritingl Indicate somni
1. RGive our store. our
l ad our selling methods
b fk for themse'lveb by


ONUS A EARLE.


no
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of


amusement for :njilV ten coai:. a
the E!ectric Theatre tonight.
Mrs. 11. F. Jordan and child lef
terday for Alachua. where the)
pay a short visit to relatives.
The very choicest sugar cured
procurable Just received and gol
1I cents pound. Valley & Co.
Plank's Chill Toolc is guarantee
cure chills, fever, colds and lag
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Jonso
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Mitchel
yesterday for points in South FlI
where they will be absent for the
few days on a visit.
C. W. de Martine. revenue coll,
left yesterday for points ia West
Ida. where he will be absent fo
remainder of the week.
Chickering. Knabe. Mathu
Flscher and Ivers & Pond Pianos
Crown Organs for sale by W. L.
Ilanos for rent or exchange.


I have determIned to dispore c
Shoe and Leather business, and
this date offer my entire sto<


greatly reduced. and very temn
figures. Spot cash. J. D. Mathes
At Auction-Hoffman, the thor
bred German Coach Stallion. w
sold at auction, to the highest t
)n Saturday. February 20. 1909.
o'clock. In front of Crawford & I
stables. A rare chance to get i
horse (thap. Don't forget the
and tiUh,.
LADIES ESPECIALLY INVITE
We desire a large crowd of lad
be present at the auction sale
afternoon and will furnish car
free, besides you participate it
grand free drawing. Over $100
; of handso. e silver and glasawi
be given away free. Southern I
and Auction Company.


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sector.
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date

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Realty


JUST ARRIVED!


* CAR OF HORSES AND MULES

FROM TENNESSEE
) oe they wouldn't h.re. LT W%'-PRR '11) or
e wouldn't xI. telling yo aI' -lit tlhell.
k of the kind of HlorNse or 1Nitil. you wa't ainl
I .findillg it at ouir larli. %'Whther yOiu lty
tifile will lbe well Il-t hler. We i.. ik it
Our bu",illem to treat vi-itorm right.

Crawford & Dalvis


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TATIKI? OF T I CONDITIO 01


A little want ad. wUl accomplish
big results.
L yceum number. Ross Crane. at the
Electric Theatre. Monday. Feb. 2.:nd
l^t you forpt t. we again call at
If ntihn to the land sale at 2 p ni.

n Mrs. A. E Cline %ill leave todya)
for Orala. where shep will pettid a f.-
days visiting her sister.
Embroideries! EmbroiderieWs Rare
..ad the prettiest ever :h.sop a('ll
aind see then. The Magnet.
JaoMnicas. Palms. Ferns aild Sh-ltb-
bery; Pecan and Vruit Tieesi In va-
rlety. H. S. Graves. 'phone 179.
tMore and btwte.r pictures. shown for
1 dime. at the Electric Theatre than
at a' otr'r '!ice In the So' ih
M Mr. littihtmer if Atl.at.t. i a nem
e rri\al In th c(',y :inud Is: l a nUiitl.
,lo(alted at the ho:ee of .Mrr PaUi;im-
M.,lainel where bhe sill ipend a few

For Rent-7-room cottage; city wa-
ter. electric lights. bath and all mod-
ern conveniences. Apply A. E. Wiit-
stock, 408 N. Arredondo and Church

Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Wlxon left yes
terdaylor St8 Petersburg. where they
will spend several days. Mr. Wixson
goes to attend the gathering of the
E old soldiers in that city.
aISht, Fred Cubberly of Cedar Key was in
the city yesterday. He is now United
wn at States District Attorney and was en
route to Pensacola. where he goes on
ll at- a business trip of a week.
p. mu. I have determined to dispose of my"
Shoe and Leather business, and from
indsor this date offer my entire stock at
e city greatly reduced, and very tempting
figures. Spot cash. J. D. Matheson.
Brown The magnificent Everett-Grand pi-
t tells ano that was used by the Bible Con-
fereace in the Tabernacle Is for sale
derles at a bargain. Apply to A. R. Harper
"A will Piano Co.. 106 Main street, Jackson-
ville. Fla.
w on. Mr. and Mrs. Goodrich of Washing-
s art ton. who have been In the city for the
past several weeks. left yesterday for
solid Daytona. They will visit several
attend points on the East Coast before their
return home.
t yes- Don't pay amy attention to lies told
y will by unscrupulous competitors. We buy
for cash and sell for cash. Therefore.
we can and Do cut prices and guar-


RESOI'RCES
lon8a and li8count4 ..... ......
Overdrafts .. ... ......... .. .
Building and Fixtures .............
United States Bonds and Premiums..
County Bo1d, sand Warrants ........
Cash anid Sight E'xchange ..........


....320,409 83
292655
.... 39,732 63
.... 170,976 98
.... 19,480 00
.... 103,644 63


TFotal .... .. ..0 60 60........ 0.. it" R 5M


LIABILITIES


Capital Stock ...............
Surplus and Undivided Profits
Circulating Notes Outstanding
Bonds Borrowed ...........
Rediscounts ................
unitedd States Deposits. ....
Individual and Bank Deposits


..... .....100,00 00
.... ...... 17,938 09
.......... 97,0 000
.......... 29,00000
......... 31,450 00
.......... 40,00000
..........-338,548 4S


Total ............................ wmum
1, C. A. Faircloth, Cashier of the above-mamed beak, do mb
we r tUat the above statement is treb to tIhe lt of T koWad
belief. C. A. FAi i 3
Secrribell and sworn to bo me teh the 91 da r Fl IM.
W. Hf. ANDuRSON, Jr.,7se/uy lde.
Correct-Atteet: M. H. DePam, W. R. Stackert, T. W. amds, D Nes.
a ..


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ITS...WANTS.



MEN WANTD.-Ca- U at l8 a dLlk
erty Street.L We ca Ite at
5 a" ft to y w a dm
Swoe for w a

PER LINE mmmore"m
Itto&dm s o ww


FOR RENT.
FM m'.%r-wnve m astt wm 133 A *AU I


antee the Weight on every purchase, y l -< -m -
especially flour. 'alley & Co. berty s *
Flve-room cottage to rest on block FOR RENT-Five-room cottage
adjoling square. formerly occupied block next to squre; city water.
by W. L. LeGrande: eity water, ele- electric lights. bath room and all
trick lights, sewerage, bath. d nd all modern convesiome. Apply at this
modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs. office. 1I
H. H. McCreary or San o0ece.
Baunders & Earle have a new ad- PR SALL.
verisemett In this issue to which the
attention of our readers is called. FOR SALB-Good mM leM orse -md
They have anything in the grocery nice rubber-red b1. Apply P. O.
line-fresh, canned, bottled, boxed or Box No. 27C.
in bulk-and guarantee satisfaction.
M. L. Gilmer. who is coaductUng a FOR BALE-White Peekin duck eggs;
general mercantile business at Clarke. $1 per setUng. W. r. iawls. 912
is among the visitors to the city. He Alachua avenue.
Is a former conductor on the A. C. L. A -Myo In
and ha a large mber of friendsFOR SALE-My home lda East Gain.- I Sof ten
here who were glad to aglin mt rl will be sold a a barant p. trpoob
him, me at onr. if you want a nice prop-
him erty. J 1) Williams. &1 &H (
Mr and Mrs. GeoL Taylor of Palm-
er were among the visitors to the city FOR SALE-Very prolific variety Sea h
yesterday. This is their first trip In Island coton seed direct from I-
some time and many friends were ds of South Carolina. James
glad to meet them. We are glad to Chesnut, Gainesville. ra.. Box 34. u
note that Mrs. Taylor has entirely re-
covered from her recent illness. POR 8ALE-Thoroughbred Rhode Ia-
J. M. and Nathan Price of Melro~e land Reds, eggs 75 cents per et- Harnre
two reprae-ntative citizens of that ting; also Black Minoreas. Mrs. H.
secti on. were visitors to Gainesville W. Waits. 701 B. Magnolia street. ever if n
yesterday. They ope-rate a home can Phone 2'- COL. Yo
in-ry and annually put up a great deal i o Vi
of fruit and tomatoes for their own AGENTS WANTRED.
u. '. a, w ell a, th" market. and se-ll
the' produce. throughout the Stat. I)OCAL AGENT WANTED-A hust-
Dr. A. E. Cline. veterinary surgeon ling agent wanted by a Northern I |
I.a oji.cued offices at Craw ford & coniualii.iu lhoulet to bolicit consign-
I ztis' kta)bles and ..olicit. a i bhare f ut 4f :!t4 anUd *,i tathl Ap
the public busilnels. lie is a graduate 1.1. t'. l *.rmali. ()rlaid o. Via
of tht Kant-as Vete-rihnary College anid .
14 I:.re to practh e his Iro .- e-i s
('alls ans sered day or night. Hlor .,
du.itldry, cattle and dogs all receive


We desire a large crowd of ladies to
be present at the auction l" thi OAINES.VILLI.. 1.01
afternoon and will furnish carriages
free. besides you participate in the

''": "".'"" ;"'"" "".r Established Over Twe
Grand free drawing. Over $100 worth
cf handsome silver and glassware to
:* given away free. Southern Realty ( Cpital, $100,EM .). urplus
and Auction Company.
-on. T IM STATES mPTI

1I .. tk.s uP thr,. ....W eO Solicit Your BI
etra)d nulh' C >() a.h r aii"il haae
,slut. t y p .l)u for f,-.d bll and Ja. M. 4.raitsm, Ps. II.
euut of this ad..nrtt .tuci.' T Jf I';. iI. VItW- Vn .. AIr
t'ua*" Raleigh 'A


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