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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 18, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01581
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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Iy ad Prosp erou to right thinking citizens for humal- den darli lturtid the buggy ue.-r Fred Mlorw* of T*llahaA ,'- l.15 a
rsaImd. (And they tara reasons sees would then catching Mr Patterbou underuuneath and decided that Mr l'i ttevr"
I., hr sthe have secure only able-bodied male prison and break-iiu hli le- between the go to Tallahasse-e he.-r. he* can
aof hdreM who Wa en. who would ie such nmore- val knee and hip retideriagi him iwrfe'lt him the pro|lr aile-"1i, e'1 H
*. are rad d- able to them. and for who labr ly helpless rortun~ute-l he wasi near ake-n to Tallahasse'- tIi the ftetU
*-e their owa lovely they would naturally be willing to pay- -
villeo, lU o moe a larger p r capital price than Is now ON ter Hoi lIland. )y the nextt -.ral datr I 1isa
peo claimila this paid per capital for the while body Col II A Thrasher anid a par of that alls kindh of ainm a" t oiid 5i
of prisoners. me.n and woeun, weak friends umuprisiug VrrAuk '-riiandes Ilacte and It il all ***. iltrr
and ruins The revenues of the Stale W T. lichardson and other. l-ft last all >ou tall
iads the best 1 mar~t would thus be fully protected and a alght for Cedar Key, where they will
-a. why aet or ye-W r eat reWurm in priao maagm-emat roced to Col Thrasher's ranch on IU yo have io0d iayt
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bythe" 1 i mde t on& rapn O yean. I oIthI man accompany him to th
or Aae m these onvits d theof. This was agreed to. As t
Sp weoa eW- and lra -X" should JGeW puedsMt of th Brotheris- pa-sing through the lower
Iet be i me"" oat tTe0Atra ters, but Dry GeoMs Co0m ths ey, and Jones stepped sauddealy h A
I byl o i s beM be spadnt ex a brn Oor at d nandM S By a ruma, Mr. plallg his foot In t fout of his
ism m emp w mto- M nt O a alnd jap the man, who wasbu hurled him to the Aoor.Mr.
tirwIet WMe4 t 1the- t g" eas reseadarretec and his son then overpowera
"I O e htweda td ,sme,,ies woid thrower gave the a of man and stripped him otf his wa m,
'e be eaietd iteo lw. Garett. nd called the police. The br a
T.f t emaNt is maki ug pr ess Cofronting Mr. Joues with a re not explode when the Intrndur W
th M t Th tebeodte o vewisemeo" adopted velve the moe frow mae hos ever- Late this afternoon poliMe g-
a W t 1 -dao_ to d em _er rcot a dynamite bomb and explained and newspaper men tomuWd a he
ithe t -at. ..s.. t_--w b is .B tat unless Mr. Jevse gave him 7.00 described to them by oarett. It
ts. e er a4 &e eatifte s. e would lummsd. ly ble w him Into a small. vacant frame house is I
S.oni s weMe s a mentor fr atoms. Mrs. Jotered the I- pendence. The closet cotlae gI
uas of f i iMYtae I or~ bor7 at this point. The latruder or- padlocks and a number of loaug th
S W 2) La gr years hbegenin Jmm 1ry 1. 1-S, dared her to be seated. The conver- attached to the wall. Garebtt d.

04W--), agt .g mp-, mutlalaM e o mtg sadim was reumied. Cheater J. Jones. planned to Imprison Mr. Jeae I
- *s o ....ft I: aseastary of the Jones Company. a keep him chained until Olarmett e"-"
-^ to> a --- pavaatos a id for the em. i wed his mother. and he. to ecapel with the money.
Sc c s htew se1 s 1= re1to reI to
s~bam so pe Wa*" per an
g mw seribew th W rw*to pay
1 .soh --"- "1pim ck City Badly Shaken
ao W. ars m to al the abeve mIael-
Is whthed e q sdulrersasse
ss 1e 1 l shall By Severe Elec c StOm
f&. ifW fh sob t y, htme the riht.
a"azammmn o: o WOCALA. Feb. 17.-A severe etetrie- and ome spectaealar Areworh. wM"
6 am01: 1MM i =1. & W m aWi4iW s. and f to i m visited this ity at an early necessitated turning off the cra
e 1a : le aeI Nd or toil meriga The witd. which Chief Chamber while trying Ia W4
tisow e i di___ pias61,s th a at times asomim a hig velocity, tiagulsh the ire on the pole afte Me
9 A -ry* A o" i- ar- ad nlt s m al wrought esmaldamle damage on mev- current had b ee shut of. had a
S' 8- f _t d ral e Lts, femoes and other things not row escape. A negro at the sIafli
EIf miss 'ad t i ms and s. securely fastened. The storm caused for some unknown reason. turmus i
. W. wheh is Somethinlns amal for this would have proved fatal to Wi
7"loli l r On N department. About 7 o'clock last Chambers had he not tWmrd f
SeBM o -in ese S lght a Iesm wire at the olner of stream from where the Ie wO
16 lt increase thThe Star buildIng eased a small blase second before.
9 SaPby ee ,pri per m, by Aftee
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s M L ., Mdf s l ofAricultr
a" saONcw lg r Prohibiidoists Have lost
-** lmtetties ianrve the right to modi-

l.owly "Wee eno-te of performig ra- ou t -oudi (a
ssaMe N ervite at manual labor."
The propeal to detail women and COLUMBIA. 8. C., Feb. 17.-After a bition movement will fal ithst
larmn ale prisoners of a State seasatlosal libustr lasting several spcal sesilon. whIch i pr
1876 rm thus forming a macleu for a d t% t apear p that robti h impossible.
S 1tiotary nproper.mow awaits been killed inthisState. The Beste The Senate yesterday killed t i
hI 1 876f0ly the be-*wy authority o be e lled t tatproviding for an investigtai Gli
lative actm. which ift is believed will has a majority of four for local option county dispensaries by a v of
be given at the approc hin session. ad the House is equally as close. The to 13. 'This bill is regarded as a
SThe reaon favoring the proposed local option forces la the House are hibitlonist measure.
cha) hnge ead mo argumenL Common well organized to demand roll calls The opponents of the bill cotid
decency and every other element of om hundreds of amendments that there was no need of an iae
humanity demand that woasb and In- The General Assembly will adjourn patloo. there being a disenary
t Cities. oice for Ar male prisooners be not subjected Saturday. which means that the probhi dltor _
-" ime. B.t to the hardships of the contract con-- M W* B I
we w ou o t have v camps. ManifestUy, thee classes
teo Pm U of prisoners are not physically able to
'I and it w hou r r Yer t. under the exiitinx ar-
evelate to him to ra'ageme.-nt, the cntractors are re- d A n
toe sad observe the tuired to iay the. aiim.* pr ral7ltn
Ir i ng a paper plre fur all prlaneiru, and it l h Bd, R uw a Ad n
Ia city as (ai. sIj natur, that that *. ei.ut ra'htor s *illI
try to get full relurn in labor ftrlir ar
Ler and lad). a bn ey from al l ;ri >-r- lei i ith., i 'HAIIIK: l L I" i|.:-I. oigih t, ,, a* l' .,ii .e ,,, -. ,o' ,.d li
few wees dura' I o a, ,e t yv wvut n., wen or in allda. Elton i' ltter .o' u a; re>turl ntig frdu, 1 i. ,. I. n': lil
-y t N The proposal to detain the .ake.r Tallahi.-a...., ,te.i w whil lo ti n aili I l,, "i* ta i. .. .1 L r r
Sbrave euh to raises of I.risonutrs on a Slate farm ofho ie lar of horse s h- wis Fl *i**i *u,' id
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Now a : Pase allow me spoce
I1 yor valuable paper to thank my
map s&m & r ea of kndM"es
aom aM dOatlg the severe Ulaes of
U kittlo stlayear-old daujbter 8be
sough emtl=ing pals for fourteen
do"s Oad lghis, and was siLlfully
ValdW by Dr. r. Mctae. who was
lMy assisted by Dr. Paston, a visit
ng phw igs from the North.
Sreoo aof prayers ascended to (od
lor her recovery. aud loving hands
itnitoered to our aecesItie by day
and by niaht
I sha never cease to love those
who have dome so much for us.
Prayers have been answered, miedl
eal treatment and lovin care has been
-antited Wo her haing and now she
is rapidly recovering
Agta thaklu g all who have assist
at uta n any way I am.
Their loving brother in Cbrist.
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Meiroe. FVn. Feb 17. l,90
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Real estate has agatain taken d* act-
ve start and many transfers are now
beitg records daily In the court
hose. both of city and country prop-
rty, and while the records only show
where the transfer has really been
ade. It will give theo ctises an Idea
of what is doing alonte this line.
There are numereas purchases made
ene week. but the larger part of them
are made tM h eay payment plans.
and ther M ere record is made of
4-e transetie. untl tthe Aal settle.
- b have hes made In the ease.
PeatW ft a MI real egta"
tU'@sar_ in the cle ks aeo on last
naebe at .L W. Tease to Dr. K IL
9*wel; WW. Teaft a"d wiS to J. V.
faly; P. P. aEdeme and wie to
J. M. Prise; P. P. Bemasase and wife
to Nathan Prtee.
The above shows tho ety transfoera,
as w U a two country change, ad
tas was aot coaIdered an extra good
day. for there have been a large num-
bar a several days recently.


A marriage eisee was sbed Wed-
nasday or theo nt e of Mr. R. L.
Ile at K eaKMs to Mim Maggle
Kbdnd oa Alishes, the happy event
mengatig is that place oa Wednesday
Mr. Baleo is wel iOws Ia Osaine
vUle and was tr many years a real-
deit of this ert. He is ntw employed
as bookkee-pr ler T. J. Swearanges.
The bride is me t the charming
iis Ine aSof the Macea section
and has a lrge circle of friends
th-- the coaty.
The joius their many trlesds iN
"61s6 1 them many Mbuoas during
their wedded Slf


a
hat Ma h Mt. t-am Unismsoa t.
is beft rf earedby the unadieng oa
a quaatl ratv o O and sand whiek In
e t weather w pe,*e as mceh an-
aemes to the traveling public as the
real id bed that It formerly rwp
M ate. Many peeplts rgum tM
ear does very well nla the subarbs,
where estghb er ea~ n be scored.
kW to pN ths material oa rOck
iesou bi spelaettime and moey
tUM oMd be better used.

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VALNIUU PATY.
MIro MeCrtery Itmesnesk Mener of
IN ave Waard.
Tuesday eve @ gs. frtea i to 11. Mta
iree Mecreary --ne-E- me" d*
htmMtay tt home of her WisiU"m
geat. Mi- Eva Wrd of rort amx.
Ark. As the gat arrived they were
rMeedvd at tho frtot der by MNrs MO
CresTr. at **eortd up airs by
Ctherime Halle and l@USe Merchant.
MIs McCreary and her guet reeelv-
lag In the parlor.
Te ebhief amusement was a ban
boa march. followed by a mock wed-
dtia. To the strains of Meadeleboa's
Weddlng March. played by Miss Ida
Iturkblm. the little Aower girls, Misses
Catherine Halle aSd asllle Merchant,
entered. Then came the maid of boa-
or. Miss LoAele Walker., attired In
pale blue menaline, carrying a show-
er bouquet of La Praomee roses; then
came tho brMide mads, Misses Wet-
stone, VanDevester. Vidal and Can-
morn, who also carried shower boquets.
The gr- emee were MesMU. Piles,
hamde Cheaust sad Haghtos, fol-
loved by the rtn hearer. UtUe Maw-
ter Addlesm Pound.
Leasinge the arm of the father.
Mr. Sandy Oraham came the bride.
Miss 3va Ward. who looked charmios
tin a p-ac colored mealine. carrying
a shower boquet of lllne o( the valley
and madMe hair fern. The bridal
vell was caught up with mock orange
blonsonoi
Under a bpge wedding bell, the
brde dwas mt by the groom. Mr. G.
Henry Davls, and his best man. Mr.
Mal Haughton.
Theo most Impressive obut amusing
take eermmy was performed by the
"Rev." Bill Anderaom.
During the ceremony "No Wedding
Hells for Me" was beautifully render-
-d.
Amoss the outof-towa guests was
the bride's mother. Miss Marion Futch.
The bridal party was escorted to
the dinlng-room, where a delightful
alad eourse wa. served. Rice and
best wishes were In abundance. The
bridal boquet was caught by Miss
mannnn.
Delightful fruit punch was served
by Miss Margaret Merchant
The decoration of the room con-
stated of red and white hearts and
cap-s.
Immediately after the mock cere-
mny a telegram was read from lUer
MeCremy. who was absoat In Tampa.
stating that h was having a ood
time, hoping the party was enjoying
themselves. exteading coagratulatloons
to the bridal couple, and hoping to
be pre-set at the eelebraton of their
goldMes wedding.


Per HaADACNS-Hit io CAPUDINI
Whether from cold bes stomea
or nervous trouble. Capudine wl
revive you. It's Iqud-pleasant
takeo- sts mmedlately. Try It. Le
Me and See at anl dru stores.
If Wt's printed taUooWery you wa
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bt the elmeer has so far
I their molds, which are
to he buried somewhere near
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no a sw seen at the jail but
to tM esmoerniag their ar-
pr amptMbl comnected with the
IA p wanted to wait until they
s de with some attorney.

S AtCER NEWS

"e B atoUrtain With Unique
S Valetine Party.
Feb. 17.-Mrs. Fred Cub-
el c"lMrea of Cedar Key are
M u James Hanock
a e Ross an adlittle son are
this week with Mrs. Robert

Ila le DePass speat several
l week with the Powell ebil-

2Me Smith, who has been
several weeks with her ps-
MNmepy. has returned home.
Ia B akanight left today for
uW' vistt to her sister, Mrs.
,bebt, 1t Jacksoville.
Siog has accepted a poal-
I a the Dutto Phosphate Comn-
I8et n o
W. C. Andruss of Williston is
f Rev. and Mrs. Newman.
W. H. Powell sad son. William.
N Ta5ary with friends in Oalne-


I W.. C. Andruas entertained a
S e Meds at dinner at the Mag-
St idMay. the occasion being
WSl t-4fth birthday. Among the
IM Wael Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pear-
S1 Mr.* ad Mrs. W. A. Wood. Rev.
SO te H. H. Newman. Mrs. Marion
f S1ad Miss Elsie Smith.
Vw Samith of Micanopy, who
s mnelter king for Fleming & sons.
SiU01 aed his position and accepted
f' l0 rk for Mr. Crawford at Mica-

Ut. DuhgR.g wife and son, of Indiana.
4 ha-VO* been here for some time.
Sl4tm&day for a visit on the East
la Blbre returning to their home
%F oang ladies of Archer gsa.- a
t I yVIN Party at the hall Frida)
4 0149twenty couples being pret'.nt
hall was beautifully decorated
1 ferns. everKreens, heart and
< tlhi s ,sugg.Utive of the ev.c.,ingc.
4t81r arbeme bting gre e aunl
" Oft owreive ieb iaulis and other
<144" were enjoyed until the nmosit
40401 feature of the et-niaii Vwe
00i-0d., which an theb hooititii of
66GrtM. Each young lad) had 1.1
i Md& heart; all l rr. otrung ou
Sain as row. and each )oUIng man
h *is turn shooting at one with
0411 bow Miad arrow, it tih.t .a.
*tIab0 h is partner for fuip' r Af
t'1 lbe gam< wtre r lt filed all lo.**
I**iI uou t it l tjtl. K.u IlftIillI l L ( ,
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are the proud parents of a fine baby
girl.
Mrs. Hinkshaw. who has spent a
part of the winter here. leaves Friday
to visit relatiUves in St. Petersburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Cone of Raleigh
spent Sunday in town, guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Brown.
Rev. Hilton has moved his stock of
goods into the new building W. L
Jackson has Just completed for him.
Miss Edna Bailey and Miss Joan
Mosier. who are spending some time
at the Magnolia. went to Melrose Sat-
urday to stay until Wednesday with
friends.
R. B. Hodgson was a visitor to Jack-
sonville and other points this week.
Fred Prie of the University and his
f lend. Mr. Wilson, were down to
spend the week end with Mr. Frie's
parents.

JUSTICE CARLIrSLES COURT.

Glever In TroIle Again *e Aeeount
of Same Pitel.
W. E. Glover. the negro arrested
some time since and convicted on a
charge of carrying concealed weapons,
was up again yesterday before Justice
J. A. Carislle on a charge of larceny
of the same gun.
The warrant was sworn out by A.
R. Harper, who proved that the prop-
erty was his. and Glover's evidence
was Insufficient to convince the Judge
that he had not stolen It.
For this last offence he was given
ninety days in the "gang" or a fine
of fifty dollars. The total amount on
this same gun will give him six
months or a fine of $150 and costs.

Baby Hands
Will get into mischlef--often it
means a buru or cut or scald. Apply
iallard's 8now Liniment 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 2Sc, 60c and $1.00 a bottle Sold
by W. M. Johnson.

The Fleur-de-lis.
Tbhe. riijin amd therefore itihe full
heruldl1' 1ie filiig of t.ile f.urdo lie I-
dibliutedl Ity xsie tb enuil **en is sup
p d to r.pre.M..tsit a Illy. by oItbe.rs th
L onU he;al f Mlst wi'.:i>,.n riire .urmuls ill.
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GUN CUB PERFECTS

ITS ORGANIZATION

COMMITTEES AND REMAINING
OPPCIERS SELECTED BY CLUB.

Membership Hae Reached Total Nm-w
her of Ferty-Twe, With Many
Mere to Jeln Later.

Pollowing the call of Preident Al-
derman, the members comprising the
Galnesville GUn Club met at the
Brown House on Wedneeday evening
for the purpose of perfeettng a perma.
nent organization sand transaetang
such other bMslaess as would come be.
fore the body.
J. Masey Del was selected as vice-
.presdent of the club and W. B. His-
don secretaryteam er.
W. M. Jobnson, C. W. Sprome sad
R. A. Davis were mamed a cam-
amttee to look after the matter ot fS
during a proper and table locale
and make arrasements amesemiary, to
be reported to the next meting of
the club.
The mmitt f anso was N-
lected with G. L Thompson ad J. B.
Brooks as members, it being their
duty to look after the inancal inter-
ets of the club la contents and other
matters.
J. B. Brooks, J. A. Uttel and J. .
Alderman were selected as a eomit-
tee to look out for a saltable building
to hold their regular meana, while
will be held regularly during the su. |
mer mouths, and to have a pIdes of
headquarters where dub members eas
lounge about.
Upon motion it was decied to pe-
chase another and more modern trap,
and the secretary was Ilatrueted to
order one at once.
J. H. Hightower of AmercTas, Os..
was present at the meeting ad gave
an interesting talk to the member
concerning the good of the argalss-
tion.

A Kind Hearted Wallter.
A surprising eperisace was that at
a lady who ceirved a bit of advice eo
table etiquette. e b is ltt free
from va ity tell the stary bemrL
She ays:
I know that I am st a peis at
lpresive appearance. I am Iatllmd
to be shert ail slot and to dFm
plainly. St. 1 had hoped that I had
as air of acquaintance with polite No
clety. But. now I hall be mo* men&
ewt than ever I my IdMea e the Iml .
sloa I make npo steaugen.
At my at meal at the hotel whoe
I pa selast summer I was plmd
with the fdce of my waMr. It was.
radiant with kindlhim a Sd d sO-
tue. I began my dinner with soup
and Ash. As the waiter set them n
front of me he glanced at the prisons
of ftashonable appearance who were
my neighburs at table. His kind heart
was suddenly struck with the fear that
I might make an unfortunate tmpre
s*on on them. He beat down ad
wh sperein my ear:
"Eat y
Fr COLDS and GRIP.
Hicks' CAPUDINB is the best reme-
dy-relieves the aching and feverish-
ees--cures the cold and restores
normal coditoB. It'sa liquid-elects
immediately. 10c, tc and 60c st drug
stores.
The Earth's Chnages.
The surfle of the e:arth is under
forin steaily transf,,rmattlon. largeli
through the agency of ma. tbut lper
hals no,, twre is the plant arid aulma
life 'f tiw re'-lon lieiiit more rapidly
supers..dd than iu New Zeniad. The
natlve I>'ol ieleAn ra-e. crowded by I


Europeansw i bevouaulx eVxtiu't. Many
of the limIorted animals run wild and
multiply rapidly at the expense of tlw
natives IN la-a even the streams being
Called aith Furopean and American
trout. which grow to great tise.

TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money if
It falls to cure. E. W. OROVF'S sl -
nature is on eae bha *a.
Let a want ad. negotiate a trade
for you-of something you don't need
for something you do.

it it's printed stationery you want
rhe 9u office is the place to get it


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t a t elaW tShis1e!m at the beme
tfa e e ufter who tvele the vhde-
.- ... .ty oTantmpe, i la. The eatmeter so
i am tely were dsetoo the wemH
,a wah thr sturrm wh e a baet of
Musaig si-mwk a traeea t ftem w et
nThe ..ee. was tieul utea as i
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,9eak mbw, a m l oyes are right aod
yen wMt get a head.@&-Pladelph

e% mes toa whom yT owe mowes
Ssav~rest.-Atebeam Globe.



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~~ ti Son hat ieae Se Mta h. Caredayo by ian
Sa 1an MIN04W, md agl eto mad a geal biterbed com-
T alte1kam NeOW Ia letin dit -J ot fa d***= *
Wbafot nh etare tee bdam. smand the bed-
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"- ashk Ed that I" fee*in wll wam-
sun ft be No.311~t" M wlM ereu Imdtestlom
SIe WtI u w at ato t 1 -my -s-t-a-r-mbl They
thae la l=e Io oe. w willr oe amas t matly. J. W.
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mettheamIdtat hy W egive Your a me
M t e a se tu4SOM mes by making the stom-
UP MA ,a a Oef. tU a W ms tOD p,"ce emog
WO -tria dioes to digest all the food
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yod; we" to Bwaum Ri-
Provlg imew. ver; marth to Alachua. Hig
A Ive-year-old boy on bertag race and Worthingatoun S prinum.
a d for the Arst time at awakast odarKey. ah aoll intenmd-
Bravely marked. "I only am y myate
pMy0m at ilht. That Is the danger
aes lanm"-.t te. OWN', I'HOertPIATE MINEi,
HTII.rl,. AW-MII.I$ and FAlM,.
mruptiontlu will nerer want a pro
lam. -'ata M-sasr a114 Ar'ewer
for (,sw lPritw.
DyspepetIa I Ameuri 'a' curse. Our
desk Nload Bitters couquers dyln-i ,
ata every Uise It drives out Hupur E t lnod Tlepho CO
tim. teWm the stomach restores pe
lSet dis.totuu. normal ri.tht. ani Th L s s 1 t I
good health


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TELEPHONE TALK

The Ung Distance System
One of the moseet valuable features operating in various 19ia1M
of our service, to our subtcribers and country, are uniform he *0I* 4
to the public generally, is our connec- ment and in their method
tion with the extensive long distance sting. 6
limne of the American Telephone and Only by reason of t"i s i
Telegraph Company and the other as- arrangement between th 0
saciated Bell Telephone companies. phone companies it posomm
We own thousands of miles of long a Bell Telephone amt1
distance lines in the seven States in ask for "Long Distan ol' d
which we operate and in addition can communication with alims -
connect any telephone in our system In the country.
with lines extending to any other city This vast network of wig"
In which a Iell Telephone system is ing throughout tho natWied 1
operated. daily in commeOrco and forlw
These long distance lines are of the posse by the banker, the ,
most modern and improved construc- citlana in all walks Of lif
tion and are maintained at a high plant here is an important li
tate of efficiency. The Bell system great hain.


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Swin-
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L Tribune of last Sunday
is number, combinaing the
PI Coutay and Statw ditions
14 "Wamituot edition. Trul).
16b Sthitg that Erditor- Sto~.all
I Ob oment st~f alicnnt luu


~sChris.tiill)18of King Mtilanu
W1ob 0 wab ap-aspat,.d a fv%%
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CURRENT COMMENT. Weni the balance of mature Is dis-
turbed la any one director Injurious
The Richmond News-tLader (D*m.) results are certain to follow. Ve have
says: "Mr. BryaM evidently tatends striking proof of that la the denuding 0
to attempt his former feet of keeptag of our forests. Not mily does I mean
himself thrust uo promlaeatly before a shortage of lumber with all that iam
the public as to crowd out every other pli aIn those Industries directly de-
possible Democratic aspirant for the pendent upon lumber but It also means
Presidency. This sebheme ean be disastrous floods followed by drought.
balked promptly In one way. That And the evil Is aggravated by the la-
Is by an outspoken and decisive dec mense amount of good earth washed
laration from Southern leaders of away and lost by the action of the
thought and action that the South will floods. Whenever nature is abused It
never vote for Mr. Rryan again in any Is bound to avenue itself to some way.
circumstances either for nomination The need of restoring the balance of
or election." nature is now reaftlaed by State ad A Si
The Philadelphia Record says: "The national authorities, sad aas Woo
authorities In Washington are said to soon.
be bused with the suggestion to add
another dollar to the tax on beer in The Elmperor William bas secluded J
view of the Increasing treasury de himself a good deal seem the afti- m
Belt. What with this iecreased tax clams so uneparlngly made upon M I
and the prohibitory laws in some of for his tndiscreet utterances oaa nter- mlef t i
the States the public revenue from natkial aralre. It Is now bated Uthat
beer threatens to became exceedlagly be latenad to strike baeek at the Ger
small. But it Is a comparatively man papers that have critiCtsedh Mh.
easy thing to secretly distill lery con- He had better leave well emeahb saone.
traband whiskey In a eofee pot sa The hearty receptior accorded him on
hid* It from the most vigilant Govern. his birthday showedd that his popular
meant detectives." Ity was returala, and criticisms
The Mobile Rester says: "The have ceased. It is always well oet to
Standard Oil Company's offer to take disturb sleeping dogs but the press
the State of Missouri Into partnership will ceriatly be awakened agala Itf
has not created more stir than the he throws sticks at It.
'understandIng' between the Harvest- -
or trust and the State of Kansas. The The fst aght with the acconpanl
Canvas agreement has been perfected me- t of Mtes and scratch whch re- A
and the trust has thereby obtained cently took place between the Casebs
immunity from prosecution. What the and Germans to the Austrian partla-
benefit to the State will be remains to ment gives oe a good Ides of the dis-
be seen. Is Missouri the Standard cordat elements that make up the
Oil offer Is under advisement, and composite Austrian Emplre, and It
there is some prospect that the me- does Met bode well for the future when
nopoly will be legitlmlsed. thus turn- the mperor" Pranmel Joseph end his
Ing the success of the State In the earthly career. What with Casebs,
courts into a Pyrrhic victory." Germans, Slavs, Magyars and other
The Washington Star says: "In at- races al jeaous and suspicious of
tacking the Senate's procedure Mr. each other, the members of the em-
LaFollette has shown himself to be pirO em scarcely be considered a 4ap-
a man of nerve. The subject has now liy family.
and then Invited the attention of oth-
ers, but none has succeeded In mak- HEALTHY PLANTS
ing material headway. So conserva- -
tire a body as the Senate In hard to 6aVk- nn iDOte B Aaf "n:
We. m i^d. Leave Gaines
move, and moves slowly when started. D IA re ever a a res.-beek w ib
It has been going its present gait a despite the most 6snefe W p5UYI Al
long time-a leisurely gait. resemb- of. n r O't g oia
ling on occasions a jog. It the Wis- growth.
consin Senator can Increase the speed. A ton of maauro will et help a ptlat &LMSVO G"IM
by rearranging the leaders and wheel- that has a canker emtu et fts hear Lak C
You moust destroy the mam bhsbe yed
era, he will demonstrate a new claim anpsg tthevgast R*Uu an
to attention himself, and call greater Yeu aesmot ere Dandruff and sawd
attention to the Senate." s a by trbbbrse i be*iueas nI d
subm he t vaseu. ee L
The Philadelphi Record (Dem.) TO mwest leek to the massesot A.L Li
says: "There may be a rather fine- teu .*-t's a erm at the rests o6
spun legal argument that Mr. Knox Ver ha which esuses It to "mll e6t.
1e9 re1 9 3oeel, die1s11 the gama
would not be eligible to a cabinet of- m ad balSr bhair tlBe s resaeeul.
nee even after the salary of the office -d by i 1 S nd a
had been restored to its old figrure. U SS f
But the objection to his eligibility is Two 24m i s I@B 1m as FL
narrow and technical, and if there be L. L as a O- O. nSpeb Alge


a tpehaieal removal of the diricutty
it should suffice. If there were any-
thing more than a technical objection .
to Mr. Knox's taking the office Con- Founded 1lS63 Incorp't'd 19I
gresa could refuse to reduce the sal-
ary. Therefore it is entirely In the
power of Congress to avert the scan- A d
dal which the constltutlonal restric- C
on was designed to prvet" A t t

Pernlcious as is the concentration of
great wealth in the hands of two or B. R. Colsom, P rsidest
three people., it would be still more J. W. Blandiag, Vice-Pin"dent
of a menace to the nation but for the R. C. Bowers, Hec.-T s.
fact that it does not long continue In
the same hands. We have no official
hereditary cla"i buttressed by lawIs of This coanpny has ervVed th1e peop
entail, and as a consequence while of Alachas county for nearly a quar-
families may try to retain wealth ter of a century in connection with
from one generation to another. it
does not succeed. The money of the
Vauiderbilts aud Astor 1ia surely, If LA ND TIT LES
slowly. disint,.grating. and the ame
will be true in a generation or so. and air fully preiaresl to give com-
and perhaps liss. with that of the Har- plete information touching your title.
rimans and Rockefellers. Still this Co(mp;e- rt of book. pushed daily.
dt:-s not obviate the need of laws pre-
venting the accumulation of riches by fk 1t.W Fiw kfSmO
diuhouebt or Injurious methods. m't IU T0E -"

Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury UMIS Al WOMBI
as mercury will surely destroy the ,,s Iss ItaosM
irrSS&IMM O 0le"a
senbe of asmnll and completely deratse ww.m" 8 maco.e e kc 4 a
the whole syst-.m when entering it a"s owMC"i-. s&* ..d ma*
through the mucous surfaces. uch as lIon.e Oa J .ar
articles should ieter Ie. uted except b s.rs. 1=
(in lremcbriptions from r, putable physti i
(a'is. as the damage they will do is
ten fold to the good you can oibiy p .
4crive from them. Hall's Catarrh b t <
ture. mnauufactured by F. J. 'ch..r) B
& ou, Toledo. 0 contains nou mer
(c ry, anid 1i taki-n lilatruiall). n ;at1 119
dirct l) up-in1 tihe bhUi ti a d iuI 'uC 'O L nOt, A N,, .. -" ..
u rfa c t.a o f th e st.t IlN I l u I 'In I' .^ 6 -' C l '" I... .
iall s Catarrh Cure be sure )ou g t /.. ,.J: i r ..... ... .. .
,he genulu It 1 is tak -en itrrlAll Plt 0 0 4 1 i P'rif t nt Pr es s a' 1y
sd made li Toled.o, Obhio. by V J w S v.w k ,. ...**.
'heey A 'uc Trhttuouliala fri V wASaxSvol,. oD.
S old by all druggists. Price. 74c per o .r
I'ia ill Famtily Pills fur couott


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by THE SU


$3,660.00
One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will'be given to the pea
*Iqing n the County of Alachua who receives the h:ki
number of vote between Decmber 15th, 1908, and 10p.a
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : : : : : : :


Additional Gifts
In addition to the Piano there will be imsoed by The Bush & Saford Piano (
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be m
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills will '
given in this voting eontest as follows, to persons residing in Alachus County:
To ft So *e tuuft ft m n IB to 0Nu a di hr A ** a& 1.....
Toft eh miuft k a e hu aM d U i w k a"i t...... .I..

These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to aylP
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pW
c hase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects their
to will be given each of those tieing.


How ad Where to Get
Votes--
The folowltag merchants will give oue vote
or every sent paid tate their establishmeuts for
goods whih they handle:
The GalNeivle Hardware Co.
pbfr Wes.
Hyde Teah.
WhM VM y Be Cast
Ballot boes wil be foumd in the establish-
ents of the merchants giving votes and at The
Man odko. Votes ment by mail must be directed
to the Votta Contest Department of The Sun,
Oslaseville, orlda..


Rules and Regulati
1. The contest Is open to ayone 3ltY
Alachua county bwho is known by the cond
of the contest or vouched for by sio Mep
person,. to them well known.
2. No employee, attached or relative of tth
prietors of the above-named firms are sWS
participate lan this contest. and will partupO
no manner.
S. In the event of a misunderstandln b"
candidates or others Interested In this 0
auch controversy may be referred to tei4
ductors of contest, who alone are thde P
qualified to reader declrlans.
4. In the event a candidate decides W*
draw from the race, such candidate w ill
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of -
candidate In the contest.


THE DA ILYT ST
Utd %utj rtjbeai e Ne'e s
$1.35-Three mouth' subscription .................. 400 vots 0"
$8.50- months' subscription ....................... 1,000 vote 1,900
$.00-Oo* year's subscription .............. ......... 3,000 votes 3,00
For a club of ive one-year subscriptions (before April 1, 1909). 25,000 votes 30,000
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1). .5,000 votes 30,000 0
There is no limit to the inumiiler of clubs each contte.tantt may S.cur.
THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00--Oue year's subscription......................... .....
For a club of five one-year sobscriptious ......... ... ..... ... .... 00
There i.- n, limit to the numbler of 'lul, flu 'l contt.mt nc o > t ".t ,
Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores .j
distributlng votes is urdesired by the pH


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the warmt o their
ter ain or fear ofn
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never waklngr, so they rovesd each
other alternately. At last day broke.
and the ale abated. Crawling ever
the mow. thetr garments fremea stitf
as board. their beards solid lamps of
Ice, they managed to reach their tent.
The ee bhad mot broken, though it was
cracked here and there They took
food. slet. fed their dos. who were
deep ta the drifts, but alive, and tbea
courageously went ahead. "not caring
to be beste.L" a Bernnr'hl eiMprexed
it. It wa S o'clock at nigbt before
they reached camp. but the next day
they were exploring and taking photo-
graphs and observations Just as casual.
W"n may W-M plMny against nature,
but be covers bee hr fo the arctic to
the antartice by bin u*ljuerable
sei. -WMllam itte- Ito For-
ward.
Far City Marshal.
To the Voters of the City of Galanes-
ville:
am a candidate for City Marshal.
for re-election on April 13. 1 have
served the people faithfully and W.-
ciently, nalght and day, and uty record
is open for inspsetloa.
If my service during the past year
has been satisfactory I ask the sup-
port and vote of each and every cti-
en who is quaMlled. I can only
promise thea ma service as I have
erdeavored to give in the past.
Yours for order.
BEN T. ARNOW.


OPPtAL OimC@TOV,


Uoveraor-A. W. Uchrit. Talla
Ta-oo. "
secretary of te-H. Clar rw-

Co-t W-A C. Omao. Talm.
Tr rw.W. V. Kott. Tllabas.
AttorMe w l-Prk M. Tram-
4etll. Tallhasm.
Comm ssioer of Agric tre-B. I.
MclJn. Tallahassee
Sept. of Public lastruction-Wm. M.
Holloway, Talaa .
Preideat of the Sea te-Hunt W.
Harris, Key West.

County OMW s:
Clerk and AuditBr-S. H. Wlengss,
Galnesville.
sapt. Public lastructon-Dr. J. L.
Kelley. GaltnevUile.
Shertff-P. 0. ssaey., OGlnsvise.
County Judge-%. O. Mam., Gaes-
vllne.
Tax Aslldor-W. W. Ieb GOnM
Vlltoel. .

Teamsuw -J. D. Matheo ,. OGaiet
vlle.
Supervisor qstraton-J. C. Meo
Grew. Gainesv lle.
County Coemisslosers-John G.
Damper, Chablman. Hague; J. F.
Townsend. Cmpvlle; J. W. May.
Archer; Cbus. W. 8Sumer, Trentm;
0. P. Cannon Ganoesvlle.
Members Sekool Boad- .R B.
Weeks, Chiarman, Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody. LaceMe; 6. W. Miller.
Tremteon.
State S tMr-H H. MCary.m
Gainesville.
Members House-- yd L Carter,
ainesvllle; T. A. Doks, Santa IF.

City Omers:
Mayor IioatSo Davis.
Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
Tax Asasessor-B. R. Colaso.
Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis. Sr.
Clerk and Tramrer--J. Maxey DIL
City Attoeny-W. S. Broome.
Board of Aldwerm-T. W. Shands,
President; ee. IL Broome, 8. J. Bur-
nett. B. Camsa,. H. Oraves, 8.
M. MizuoM. A. L VidaL
Board of Public Work-H. 3. Tay-
lor. CbsIrma; W. W. Hampteo. aem
tary; HP. DMs. I. BaIld, J. 9.
Iruiaa


I take this method of lnforming the NOTICL
public that I an a candidate tfor City
Marshal at the election to be heMld oa Notice Is hereby give that under
and by virtue f a Final Doermo of
April 13. 190. I respectfully solicit rPorclosure, rediered by the Judge a
the support of all voters, Irrepective the Circuit Court. of the Eighth Judi-
of party agiliation. and proama to elal Circuit of lorida. In and for
faithfully and impartially discharge Alachua county. In Chancery ittitn.
S0- dated January .ath. 1M. In favor ofe
the duties of the oSce should I be W. B. Phfoer as om.plainant aad
elected. Respectfully. against W. P. Orassom and S. R. I.
CHAS. C. WARREN. Grissom as defendants, the undorala-
ed will offer for sale before the court
I r h aouse door in GaleovUlle. Florida, be.
I respectfully announce myself a tm the legal ears of sale, on Mon-
candidate for the ocee of City Mar- day. March 1st, 15N. to the highest
bhal to be voted for at the election and best bidder therefore, for cash, the
,n April 1I. I0. It elected I will following described lots. pleess, par-
cels or tracts of land. situated, lying
laltbfully discharge the duties of th and being In Alachua county. Florida,
iAce without fear or favor. I r*- described ua follows, towit:
Aecrtfully solicit the votes of all, Ir- All that portion of fractional Sec-
repocdvo of p ary t1,y tkt. Uon 4. Township II. Range 21. South
res~pectlve of t and East. described as follows: Be-
CH MU. 0 91-1.ginning at the Northwest corner of
said fractional Seoeton 4. Township 11.
Six Night "Go as You Pleae'* Raoe. Range 21. runlang thence East on the
8oetk00M Uno ehalin and 21 Unm to
How many tired fathers and moth- rtake; thoea South at r lgos It
ors In this town enter this race every 21 chains and 20 lIaks to a stake;
nilht carrying a baby? And they thence Wedt parallel with Seetiot line.
wonder what the matter is. Chances by estimtion. 26 chais and WeMank
are the child is starving-worms are ,mundary line of said fractional h Se.
eating all of its food Most children 'ion 4; thence North oa said Soctio
have wormus-yours needn't. White's line, by estimation. 22 chains and 21
Cream Vermifuge will get rid of the links to the place of beginning, can-
worms and strengthen the child Price land. more or les..
15 cents per bottle. Sold by W. M. The sanie to be, sold as the property
Johnbon. of said d,.fendantf. to aatlify said de-
cr.t- and cotts.
A Clever Barber T. it1 E.Is. JR.
"By he,k. C'ynthl. ." d-.twlel old Sim.cial. Mtnt.r in Chancery
Farler l onri .'i'. a'it.r i s iJit t J A-. I A tl. ~l.lr 1,Q.4 .
bas .. i w iiiSo ir 'l itor oror ora iainant


mtiltd 5~s
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'-why. ?m'' 1d..IVI.,
uame Lts'" 'it1' I elit IV
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IWIL DaVaRAGE,

STIMULANT,


MIDICIsda.


*y Indirection
it,, t- r inll.e tr
Ivritu-ft in ,.r.


tli ,Ii..'. li,,e ,I ny ,3rsi
d wl.hait "t l I u 'lli'rl ib
'l.lt a r
Worn Out.
"h.at. ItMe .1, >)oU f."
luits* liite j >"u hbt"t a ha'
UL-" futIInl t* Io lo it
Lrust tu lutck to glt u.r it
lard Hiorebounud >)rup *
cough and beal the lungs.
&6c and 91 00 per bottle.
M Juhutow&


NOTICE.
lb' Ii' I '1 '' i" I'.Fli.v oci'P linthatunder
Im~ ~~~Is iriit m e %~irtut uof a Fl'uiaaik-crev 'of
mv. ~I .. t Is) ,tilt- Judge. of I ha
*' e Ii ii's ,i rl Otiurt ut thqe P:Igtli Judicial
It 1.4 k.it 4,1I'I-ir:4j hli and lftr Alaechua
eIftot i,~(ii Chrmvor% mi-ting. .Ialud tJan-
..,; e % p toIim fA%tOF of W M.
!?atd-" mt, i. t iiiai liam~t. amid against
:iilem.es I t Bt~mki-uand S .1Wright. defeend-
lee.iu IitI itie' undt-ri-iciueedl *111 offer for
~ i~ 'U A!,t birbor.- tilt, c~titi hoiube dtxpr at
lit tiIF,. l. 1.Iiiaidu Ixo le n e'the legal
lIt.'14.:,aedv h-iirpm.Ad i-aleoil Mouiia >.March lot.
0.0 its.the higi..-I.t itd b.t b bidder
thtrc '-r tfor cts~j lm ict 'follwie, hg dt'amc lb-
41 .lit 'moie~i irqeim~rt towlt 0O 09
11)4)1 t h* t i.ark .jt d imials'. c n isee "Ella,"
us cogh 414,411110001i%t- 1Ci 9)u&5'old
U~ (JU~LIThee samie- to) be wsold as tb. property
ti. .if !-*,iid el-fetad4Ium, LU Watlisi) said do-
,4Lii ILI! reeand costa
s101 thuT IW KiLS.IMJR
ihlrive Lc S1ecial )lamler iu Chancery.
-Id by W It A THR~ANHERi.
1wilitIur fus cumpilainnt.


Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
p do boa Ud 4a sddlmad6e isofdh
-~~ M d ~qmi
b aWo pbmodhi-m bswrsaImd ksofdo vvab
Wbk ese mam dibd
3 Vabn-ma--- b-ftar& d bb
RIMM t owsdo ot b me
an @A" o do b 9-v biwedo
embem"bomb.wwgbpw dad maftbs
b~~ofdo me" .
0=IsSib alme wm dub" oftii ~ heboon ta
mmam~m ..now MON. No b d- m o hg n d-s&
9400 omhI14 oeo .Is *'*a..doSi VD Plieso.. Ibddi
or i Tint to o~eccqety. e f h ONsome&s bweudS b&A Is0-beb
WOmtsd. W ilH& .t4sgWith is" well-on low bul-y b-
amy be your jI melf 1. Sv =id pow- 1s 1 w.


ABOUT ADVERTISING-lw. i


The Pera

Showcase

By H am.


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9

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The 'swspper ias a A. .hop wdndw..
carried about the city and delivered dily
hundreds of thouad of boe to be
ined at the leiure of the edr. Ti A
window is unlike the actual
cane only in M respect-it m
decrit inead of articles.

You have often been ipreued ti
diffeence between the decoNr,"a-:---

the am mai ah for hia wok The
you a enn and ed u kb thlhe BM tbt
cleverneaMS Sand a n t maifesrted
The other ralsed so O. ed







remitsin accord with the
ian preparing hi veb dpla
make p lolca*and pauw, is 4w

He muat noto1 d a dashowal dIm0

that at e tothen cl c but ate
to the peoples aeed as wemL

*. .
The wi ndaow-tre mmer mT not d a e a i
mistake of think ngc tht the phoiate Rlt
ar the most salable. The aldvi r muiat

make the mistake of thiking that tAe -Ah1
words are dte oet clinching.
Windows are too few in number to be
used with indiscretion. The good,
puts those goods back of his pai mla which
nine people out of ten will want after they
have s en them.
The good advertiser tells about good

which nine readers out of ten will buy if they
can be convinced.


N -wspaper
dow, just as the
me chandise pict
ed street in the


space itself is only the win.
showcase is but a frame for
ures. A window on a crowd-
: best neighborhood, where


prosperous persons pass continually, is more
desirable than one in a cheap, sparsely settled
ncighl c:rhdJ. An advecrtisement in a ndwes
paper with the most readers and the most
prospc -ous ones possesses a great advantage
over tie same copy in a medium circulating
among r persons who possess less means. It
would be foolish for a shop to build its win-
dows ia the alleyway-and just as much so to
put its advertising into newspapers which are
distriL ited among "alley-dwellers."
(Coprriglt. 11 by Tribwa Comupany. Chicage.)
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TH DAILY SU: GAINVLLB FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 18. 1909 -- --
TH.l DAILY SUN: GAINKSYILLI, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 18, 190 _


DOerey' ODelight Cowe.
Cedar Key oysters, day and albght.
at Ruthrfd's etaat.
nIG RUN corn lakes only : rCenta
package. Saunders & Earle.
Seed beans Vaentitne and Refugree
-only $1 .1 lper peck. aanders &
dSire.
Mrs. J. K. Christian of Mclntosh
was among the shoppers visiting the
city yesterday.
No place like the Electric Theatre
for pleasant evening's entertainment
at a nominal ost.
Gordon Halley of Palmer, a former
resident of Newberry, was among the
visitors to the city yesterday. .
Plak's ChllUI Toalc is guaranteed to
cure chlls, fever. colds and lagrippe.
Price ?"7. Solr d by W. M. Jotneon.
The boys and r!s mut not for. t
that two presents will be given at
the saturday matinee of the Electrie
Theatre.
The magniasent BverettGraad p-
a tat was used by the O ible O- C
feree In the Taberaele Is for oae
at a barsaa. Apply to A. R. Harper
Plase Co., 18 Main street. Jackoae-
yule. rn.
The aggregation of local perform-
ers that visited Starke on Tuesday re-
turned to their bcies In this city yeoo
terday, a tired but happy crowd, as
their entertainment proved a sucess
in every particular.
Deputy Sheriff Busch of Albany.
Ga.. arrived In the city yesterday for
the purpose of conveying the negro,
Monrxo Carr. back to that place, he
having been captured near Windsor
by Deputy Sheriff Story.
Five-room cottage to rent on block
adjoining square, formerly occupied
by W. L. LeGraade; city water, elec-
tric lights. sewerage, bath, and al
modern conventences. Apply to Mrs.
H. H. McCreary or SuB office.
I. F. Lamb. proprietor of the hotel
at Worthington. was a visitor to the
city yesterday. He says that a large
number of visitors are now at the
spring and that It is proving a winter
attraction as well as summer resort.
Ily stopping with us. you will be
saved the annoyance of having to get
acquainted with a new manager every
time you come; the same proprietors
for the past mine years extend the
glad hand to you at the Brown House.
A carrier pigeosa ew into The Sun
office yesterday afternoon aad made
Itself at Some. The bird shows that it
is high bred and has a metallic baad
around Its leg. If not proven by the
owner today we will release it at
nooo.
R C. Davls. who is selling the
famou hay-holms typewriter. left
yesterday for his home at Jacksoeville
after having spent the past two days
here. He never talls to add one or
more machines to the large number
In use to this city.
At Autie-- Heth9man, the thorough-
bred German Coach Stallion, will be
sold at auction, to the hight bidder
a Saturday. February 20. 109,. at 1'
o'clock, to front of Crawford & Davts'
stables A rare chance to get a Sue
horse cheap. DoN't forget the date
and time.
B. M. Teach has returned from the
markets, where he has been for the
paet ten days inspecting the new
stocks and styles for the coming see-
son. Besides buying goods he also
visited the factory of his bouse and
inspected what he will have to work
on during the coming beaou.
Dr. A. Cline. veterinary surgeon.
has opened orees at Crawtord &
Davis' stables and boliclt, a share of


the public business. lie Is a graduate
of the Kansas Veterinary College and
Is here to practice his profession
Calls an*wered day or slight Horse
dentistry, catte and dogs all receive
prompt utttntiml


WE INVITE YOU


M ae identified with thi i inak. Your financial
1 squire tlhe Cfm. C, amhtattenttion which
M 's oftioerm give to its custAnnern. Yotlr Inti-
1lt be miuiaged -i _y i t 1,1.




HEDUTTON BANK
mum". P ut. K 1). TlMU ., CA r.


SALE OF LOTS WAS

A 6G* MUCCW

aNTIMR THIRTY LOTS SOLO IN
AGOUT AN HOUR.

oe*WtsF e.y and Auetie CompaOy
KnOw Hew to Sel Real Estate,
And They Do It.

The auction sale of the Southern
Realty and Auction Company adver-
tiUsed for Wednesday evening was
largely attended, and bidding proved
very spirited by both ladies and gen-

tkemen who were present to secure
nowe of the rare bargains that were
knocked down.
Owing to sickness of one of the
twins, the two Hoppers failed to ap-
pear, but the one here did the Job
In an excellent manner, and while the
lots aS bright excedlet primes they
sold far below what real estate is val-
ued at la'this parUcular section.
Therst eorwer ltt eN Alachua ave-
ame was knoehed off at (2S, and oae
lot was bid In for 46. but only one of
the entire thirty was sold for this
amount. the average belag a little
over $100 each.
Numerous presents were distributed
free by te managers, and they were
engaged Just a little over one hour In
selling th# thirty lots, Including the
Utime takes up In awa rdg the pres-
ents and traveling nr one to
another lot

Only Qire to Remind Him.
C. I. Baird of Asheville. N. C.. is
among the arrivals in the city. He
will doubtless be remembered by a
great many people, as he waa here
Just 22 years ago and was for a long
while a school mate of Col. Evans
Halle. He has been about the city
and declares that the only thing he
finds to resemble the Galaesville of
old is the large army of pretty girls,
and but for this fact he would not
believe he was in Galnesvlle. A
good many citizens were glad of the
opportunity to shake his hand. He
will be here tor the next several days.
and proposes to see the city thorough-
ly before his departure.

Ove1 001 11 Party.
LAKE COMO. Ml.. Fab 11.-Mrs.
LR H. Bleed gave a s& mul romep
lion last week at ar htabeha home
on -The Heights," to her gests Mrs.
S. H. Hail of Galneeavle 1a., and
Mr. C. H. Cuars of BesW. G.
A most eOloyahie feature ft the
evyeoan's ente-tale* mmt was the com-
I-o diagu oe of the ouest to ins -
tom costume. ad the fun t gusefs
each other as each em related a
ghost story or gave a gobits song.
A chicken salad course was served
after the unnmaaitrng with eoe. strmos
uough to rejuvenate the ghastliest

Mdames- Hall sad Chioao with
their fascnating persmality, made a
most pasIng mpresao In Lake
Como. C. H.

First Proam North Gainesvile.
The Arut solid car load of cabbage
to be shipped from North Galaveslle
was loaded yesterday by Mr. Wells,
whois la laterested with Messrs. String-
fellow & Colcough, and was cosid-
ered oee of the Anset cars that ever
kleft the city

No Meeting Tonight.
Colfax Rebekah Lodge No 2. 1 0 0
F. will not hold its regular meeting


touight on account of Chautauqua. By
oider of Noble (randd
N. L. OItH. ee.

Dersey's DOeght Ceofee.
Genuine luidl'u Hltr oranges
Saunder* & KEarle
V'il the Electri' Thealr. tonight
M1ii wll tr m -tiwi' nine mu aig | 'ture.
T' I (*u* t., ada.u-itlhe


If you have loit or found aniythlal
lo not fall to keep your eye o thl-
,lassifled adverULsag colum.
K W Garrish., bu I connected
% iab lh t'e uutier .Lumuber company y of
ji'cksutill." ti among the prominent
,,i.itor to the (t)
Chickering, Knabe. Mathushek.
r'ibher and lvters Pond Pianos and
Cruwu Organs for sale by W. L Hill
plnos fur rent or ezchang"


I Ambrose. the accoumodatWns
predivrlpUon clerk of J W McColium
a C made a lying business visit to
bis home at Waldo yesterday


UTAT3 or T U OKIMIWM or


Their banm hm

O sd m ftiti Mo, Is the fM



RESOURCES
Loanq and Discounts ...... .. ........sOee ,40
Overdrafts............................ = '
Building and Fixtures ............0... 0,* 07
United States Bonds and Premiums...... 1, 0
County Bonds and Warrant............ 1
Calsh and Sight Exchange .............. 10,8644 S

Total .... ................. sees
LIABILITIES .
Capital Stock .........................,1,, ,
Surplus and Undivided Profits.......... l
Circulating Notes Outstanding ......... .
Bond Borrontwed .. ........................ i

it Stat Depoits.. ..............
Individual and Bank Deposit .... ......

Total ............................ I 0, .
1. C. A. .s lvdhb, O.bir ... ..of d o .
swear that the aov statement le do to t he-f e t f
btedf. C. A. m
ibe..ri and swr to beh^ma9Rai
W. H. AND&= ? 3 0
Correct-AtA: M. H. H D ,W. I. L ,a t
g w


WANTS.
l- H l' il_.. f -T


5c

PER LiNK


wQ-- m me Mam; s bNmvl m a,
ram" "man w I "ama am" an

ever ywoae .r...-am --en&_ eas
m additlmeal em. CAM INi a m



POR SAL&.
itOR SAL-eod gaue heu and
m n rubberttred b y. Apply P. O
9a No. 21,.
we
FOR SALE-My home to Mat Gaimm
vile wl le M at haralai Se
ma at esm f fyou want a tee prop
erty. J. D. Wliams.
FOR SAL,-Very proUle variety Sea
sis"ad cotton ed diret from is.
lads of South Caromse. Jmes
CheMut. Galnesville. la. Beo 845.
FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Rhode Is
aad Reds; o 71 esots per set.
tia; also Black Minoras lrs. H.
W. Walts. 7101 L Magnolia street.
Phone 287
.
POUND.
TAKEN UP--I have take up three
strayed mules. Owner may have
same by paying for oeed illU ad
cost of this advortimlme. T. J.
Cone. Raleigh. Pia.

GainOesvlle LAd- No.
mo. B. P. 0. B.-Moee
i toalght at 7:30 o'clock
I E ks' Home. Visit.
ng brothers cordially
welcomed. ILI. avls.
I. I; J. M. Dll, Jr. secretary.


First


* m mom. '~'"..


FOR
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FOR RUwr-rfwm




modem eIsr M6,.

-k. M I3.'
Ohmhbstmeef


his S&L&-Tup
4kob ol"I"Thf
OIeb WAOn4hbW


A TRiP TO OUM -
WI Convime y de e"m d
ned. botled. bmed or ti bd-OM
us. CleaUlNaesM sad e U MA.
courteous and i--ed-e aml--tlo-

ordered sent bho a d td isls-
falrness of uer pricing liaato e
of the ressa. GGive 4W s0, OW
commodiutieN ad aor, ag=*mb
a chance to speak 1r themilves
maklas the trip.
SAUNDrMSa EARLE.


tionalBank


OAINESVILLK. FLORIDA


Establahed Over Twenty Years
Capital, $100,000.00 Surpluw, $50,000.00


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


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K2. ird, Voim-pm.


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aimVlLJX, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1909


ONE DOLLAR


STHE mmF JONES THREW DOWN MAN
&' 'IM V JXB~i MftAYIV-


RITUQA


WOMV N AND IN1RM MTN NOT TO
N MIMnO OUT.


WITH DYNAMITE BO


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Ift 66 a slow lion
uka an end

Vim vAr W41L S" od
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*Ar Uft ft W
ldl:
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W4%w

16 OAL fts" Took
or. a W.


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ow monow" WNW am
jwft flamm O)w 4
W. 60" am a" 00 IL S. ftI6


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in 1876


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AW& *IL ALDthaom=Ne
LZId UNC.U. knm. mr.

M ~ba NOW~hs.


- mem I of T. .he u O- -ak far
tI of his r this issue. But
for bI WWr we weald not have
b-- ale to g to proe this lIaue.
edar of The Timen. aad It would
iprbadft he a ovelatUl to him to
a@ at Thee m eoiee mad observe the
i"-.-- ..... hr ---issu a paper
-i ows lpll a city as Galnes-
Vios.)
Mr. L IL Wster ad lady. a bride
m--d p-- of a low weeks' duratom.
antved m Tuesday from the North-
inaer yuaro eouple brave e aouh to
WIb thslr fortunes In tis seas of
ald "We. May their bright mmaUel-
pAts- of a happy and prosperous
ma be heb umlly r ied (And they
have hiem rmalis. tor tbey have
rear a fly of ehiUdrem who are
- eM-o to UhN. ae proud grand-
pari, m m"pes tir own lovely
lme In North Galaesville. ao more
highly esteemed people claim us this
city as t ter oo mns


1ML NK


at SM-l "N sol ril *il b lu on I adl M hl


M-- $7^.


KANSAS CITY. M.&, eb. 1.-Arm-
ad with a revolve is em head ad
a dynamite bomb intO th otter, a ma
ppretly 40 yeers of age yesterday
entered the home of lawrm mes M.
JeMain presamt of the Jimes rotbers
Dry Geeds Ciorney tofti eity. mad
demmded $7,I By a rmo. Mr.
Jones overpowered theo as, who was
arretd.
The bOmb throwWr ave tho aama of
C. H. Stroett.
Confroatlng Mr. Jaes with a re-
volver, the mma drew roam hi over-
aoet a dynamite bomb and explained
that ualoes Mr. James pay hm 17.M
be wouml Iummiatoey blow him tato
atems. Mrs. Jees eMtored the I -
wry at t point. The Istrader or-
dered her to be seated. The eomver-
maties was rested. Chder J. Joaes.
smretary of the Jomes Company. a
a. flow ed his mother. ad he. too.


was ordered t e seatmd. Mr.
thea mgested that as be *ahom
have the neomesary fdn la the
tho ma aceompamr him to the
This was agreed to. Aa the pair
passla through the lower hal,
Jones stopped asuddely be k
placing s foot is troat of his
burled him to the floor. Mr.
and ias m- them overpow
m i ad stripped h of hAs w
and called the po ee. The beo
not explode whve the intruder ftl
Late this afternoon polIe
and newspaper mae found a h
described to them by Oarnett. It
a small vacant frame house is
pendeace. The closet costalned
pedlocks and a number of loem cas,
attached to theo wall. OGarett I
planned to improiso Mr. Joes s a
keep him chalanedntil Geraett egM
escape with the momey.


Brick City Badly Shaken


By Severe Electric Storm


snt emeo efrom L see-
wvias Wll Net lie Seowmmud.

TAJ ---MAm -- tb. IT7.-n hM
ieagural edre s tht aMoth Gove
-er O WiAarist g 1ve ad g approval I
the sagoetlm made by conmmlss..
or of A ltre t-ht thee o eomvit
who are wome s Md idba m s orteak
tl be ltesd eot to m amueetr h
do wMn e detalmed fa al rm or aI
s-yn ether empl rmt waed a o
ep rMtd by the Swte, ima t opres
the ho m th this ~eUt wmkM
be mtedo ite la w. t
"is mevemeat is n=agS pUN reess
The as ftle m Uae IUmets mdop a
t bodoear /of S n oI oof
Sam st tuties-whlsh is eaomposed
of the Glevanr sMd his etSre. caM
a t-with whibk the aorl -or hSo
the loase of. Statn m leviM s or lth
fer yeans beginning avery 1. 1910,
am it emal. ea0a tihe Slowing

Aane pressetin a MIdt r the
Mrs at O 'pris omers is required to
aim these the d aer avoe ap ar a
Aim pr e heor the agree to pay
the iSaW n olr GhrMB Stat.o prl
mou mIahbo6t to l of tMhe She o n
ef wii t h epe adorotiandlm
nad aet that them clar at 0
mhomm e of Statn o 1abl shaidl
n amuhetd by h. the the rightU
at MWe theo y ar m ni e, | to wita
bow er nl4 Iouod aU vein.Mamd
1iwi0h m ealel umw and trm the
man at th49dda a tb imeaIt womls
ad tlovea mll pilamers the ehoim
sun Wy fteeni plr erst naddiman(
as thePr e ap"t m tO at I ma id.


oand maawd Issue aoud spe
atisls bre t at fort .




Iod s D uo f of






idn me iwtt T- r .w of Ur Iltal
Soatie ta- fMle W Ascrease th
per egpM primU pr narn by Aft.e
per m t an m plmers m t so with.
draws emu sdMhIsse.
"Thms-mmisI tm-r of Aariculture
msitl-m essve tho e right to mndl
S y ei Sntrmt afr the hr*e ofState
St-4 .rm to thme ot e of ba ing
mabe e mervies at manuath labor."
The preopsai to detail wwoes and
ilam a en prisoners of a Stat.
Morm, thas forming a ablees for a
Stage psmlteatlary proper. now awaits
agoy the m"" mOay authority of leis -
ative aceti, whieb tIt is believed wil
be give at the approseaing sesto. .
The reasons favoring the proposed
Change need mo marnment. Common
decery and every other element of
humaalty demand that womt and In.i
frso male prisoners be not subJected
to the hardships of the contract con-
vewt mop.. Manifestly, these class.
of prisuers are not physically able to
borers. Yet, under the l t isluktar-
rangetunt, the colnitrata rsare re-
quired to pay the anmt per capital
price.. for all prisoners. and it i hiu
moan nature thai these contractur. illi
ary to gt full ritur.ea latxor for their
money froua all rit-odL4 '.l himlar the.
rease. be th.) w meih. men or vanalida
"tb e f r al lde ta i n th e we a o r
should tte as acepable to prospetiiet
tesserl, for business reasons. as it is
to right mhitakfug dtiens for hudana
trtan TrCso, Ib e's wold Ibhes








-ea rederm in prises amsagmepmim


Prohibtnists Have Lost


Out in South Carolna


COLUMBIA. & C.. Feb. 17.-After a
-meatl al lilbuter lastlag several
days It appears that prohilMloa has
beeo killed sla this State. The Seoate
has a majority of fourar local option
aad the House is equally as close. The
local opt(o forces lan the House are
well organized to demand roll calls
oa hundreds of amendment.
The General Asaembly will adjourn
Saturday. which means that the prohi.


bitam movement will fail without a
special essio.n, which Is practica?-
impossible.
The Senate yesterday killed the bill
providing for an investigation of the.
county dispensaries by a vote of a 1
to 13. This bill Is regarded as a pro
bibitUonist measure.
The opponents of the bill contend
that there was no need of an Ilved*
atiUoM. there being a dispensary a&
editor.


Man's Leg Was Broken In


Bad Runaway Accident


Ct'IIAItit'1 f'., 17 I; a t night Mr
Eltou Patteronu was retunirg from
Tullahasbe. aben within twou il|,.
of houwe the pair of hores hi. %al
driving took fright and making a smud
deu dalh turuted the bui)> oerr.
catblinig Mr Patteronu uuderuiath
and breakligt his leg twtetu the
kutew and hip. rendering bln perfect
ly helpless Vortunatel) he was near


OW 0fr eg latiad
Col II A Thrasher aud a part) uf
friends cumaprli a rank Prerandes.
W T itchardwas an other, left last
algt wor oCear Kew. whaoo te wUl
Masn in mtI -O -.-


a naegro cabin. ad siucce.-d*) i0 1"A
trai ttug lih. ii-ru .t ti ntiotl Thb
aight &a. dark and at slitgh ratit
fallitig The uegrfu tlld up M a
' Vienlitl. who s-c ured a touAe)"
aince- and got Mr Pal trmu liut.M l I'
Vra-d Muore of TallahaJ.ee a". i'al
aid decided that Mr Pattersoni mut
So to Tallahbas.e whb re he can ll 1"
him the proper atteniHoU le **a,
takeu to Tallaham In thbe aftetruuou


joy thee tit -el -rii .l) It 1a1 laild
that all kinds uof g.i... abouiad .At thl*
pilaw and it is anu rasy natter rto get
all you want


--r- -i---L-


--ma


OCALA. Fe. 17.-A erere l
al stor vtisTd tls ety at a airl
bher fth mmorala. The wind, wMeb
at times a med a Mh velocity,
wright meaeldMrable damage smv-
nal roo. finesse and other thas not
searely foastme The storm caued
a brakdMow at th eletrie plat,.
whic isa sm sBg unmseal tor ths
epaetmamt About 7 eo'Ido last
itght a broke wire at the earner of
The Star hubu g e caused a small blae


__ --


7


~e


Yij~


WMea
WAmm


m


*.


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*


Mad som -pectacuwlar Ireworks. wMA
itad turningal of the ewat
CMet Chambers, while trying to 4e
tiagulsh the Ire on the pole after i
current had been shut off. had a B
row mesape. A negro at tho stat
for some unknown reason, ts md
current -a for a few mitsM. ewt
would have proved fatal to CMd
Chambers had he not turned -
stream from where te are was a
second before.









TEN BAnNInTIUL SMN: FEBRUARY Y8, 1919


Im


Mt Silln oaw=

UCaTATEWE


dAiMpI IL- L. in th ..e oI.-A
amenas ib VWa at o nan e
lom "vemor.s mwmmsebd se,
Magn M #ASl@Mfi 1wIe Ia te aft
aft asm o e m Me me ore of
Mad" H. amraL Is a h oN toe
deeskL.P600rmm Am-
ft watin bmld best, ,smd a




In *- a mw is Jtek-
ambdist ~ to md wee di



aware his preet ce.r
seemms end aes mt a bemoor



. ams inse sersomeD am seo Jan- b
*so waman se. ablcs.
am" Ow s was Thases
sefsem suasm@ sa Oc. sem atp

oM aah bh iMl l 1 m 1 Ie pm
wes he a go at Carley

*m bev mow n sm ~ e do
** I


be.. wuite:
va WwaftamaNw INIeA
rawbome Of 9fMPID V b
-an*dowse -r OW"
ad I mo W-r-HIdto
amsw -w re iomand
ra% @ RM* tto a& M SM~
am a.meowedmSaw erthe demon
MIS M lon.ft 6Md blS"L 5.W.
UOdk & Ca


*l aa- ear sase.
I% mom edm CA. L. 1.
Sa- as heints of th lars
g- of wees B thin ctyH. The
siwam e am a y lsrge pay roll
ad mynr tums expea&de oe
*asseheme a lf te local trade
*e es7eft e in a"rseably felt
S -am the le ehant.


-& p
am


PNSrews and Wa-

A tdlter goodsd.








SYou need no rubbenr
- Voliyour shoe.

m-mm -L --
o-mit it h&


fb Hendo
I V gt In miachif-ttot It
an a mr or s tor sald. Apply
aiAs Amew tl just as mo o
WeS aM happs, ad the pMa
be reMieWed. wilme the woMund will
hbeal alIdy d ncely. A aure cure
ir spm. hetma dm and anl pains.
i%* W U f. me S11IM a bottle. Sold
r W. M. Jaiobm.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to estead to our many
bfleads & ad neighbors our heartlest
thaak for their kindness during the
reseat iManes ad subsequent death of
Or little ma. and assure them that
their kadnaess will ever be renitentwr
ed. DR. AND Mdt it M. TTI)ON
Pemo nia PFAllwm Lagrlppe.
Pueummla often follows lagril1w
but never follows the use of Fuole) '
Hseoy and Tar. for lagrippe coughs
and doep4eated cold. Retfus any but
the genalse in the yellow package.
J. W. McCoUiAm Co.
Shipping Many Hogs.
s U Uay of Trentou ns amutli the
viattors to the t)>. He i uunw abip
ping to this pouut from tuu to tut tlt)
head or hugs daily which &.V lu..ulh
teored ith the West End. and ahich It
proving a pruotable butlnesa fur him

PrW any pala. from top to toe frou
any case, apply Dr Thomaas 'lectrit
OU. Pla cas t stay whevr it bt ud


U


NIIEATEAR

*@OS@gO~eOeewgoftN5
... a ft.* now ***
*..O Ve ae000 S



kmm
Iaa


IICH no ooo


V. Will Newer M ft L**ng a
Vow aMe "Drpapsa
Just as ba as yo have dyspepsla
yer od" will not rupmerl digest. ad
Ie .ntriSm .lemsts in the food
wl lt be eatruated wr absorbed, and
Impoverssaed or waser7 blood will l-
low.
This m ie may at w be appwr-
ea at &rUt, bat It will coma Jt as
or @ as tho twil rise agla.
AI y stoMa *asa t, Including all
ior- of l -tti can be prompt-
y eured by use MI-o-a tablets, a


o-f-
gu emd tt. of oMr food amosMt at
The mirty pww of MIsoa to It-
vlGwate and mme the somseh to
PWf*eet codltlt ais known .very-
where.
Ml4m *M ues by building up-by
banisd"a the mea For thin people
it o a rest Sehe builder, because It
eMses the stomach to give more and
puemr atritlko to the blood. It cures
se and ear sekncess and vomiting
of preanms almost immediately. J.
W. McCollum & Co. sell MI-o-na for
M eeats a laig box. and guarantee
It to creo or moaey back.





CURS CATARIi ASTHMA,
U00@7 bac & Wd wMmassed by
J. W. NeCOLLUM a CO.



TELEPHONE


LMS.ISTANCE SYSTEM


ilr eI ~ t t, Y41t11 "; lqt U>o ,m Ii tfl 1\' "
*r, ,orti to Alach'1 oIli h
dil Worthiiingtol 1, r iitse,
( -dar )y, auid all intrruie.l-

JOW.NS, PHOSIPlHATE MINSM,
!1o1.-, SAW Ml.I> au FARMSn
MaMo* san Answer
for Our Primr.


East FbriTdepkt MCo
Thu Laq.s eru


I


FMM


SOUTNHEMOST ACTION ALIVE
TO NREEDD IMPROVEMENTI

Dr. Kelley, J. P. umneh and Many
Other. to Have Walks *eilt
of This New Material.

Mouthwest Galnerville Is among the
,ctiois 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 lIu)j>.
The grasollthic sidewalk fever has
struck that section, and J. P. Bunch,.
Dr. J. L. Kelley and others will mOOn
have this class of walk placed around
their premises. 0. C. Tousey and
many others are also contemplating
havif this work done with a short
while.
Mr. Whtherpoo aas Just bad
iisraollthc walks placed around her
property. a4 with what is now antc-
pated t will give all of that sect.r.
M walks, somethg they have nev-
er enjoyed heretolore, ad make
property more valuable ti those quar-
ters.
umiM"ing argMO HMe.
A. L. Cranl, wo has been visiting
Gainseville tor the past several win-
ters and who as hboime very favor-
ably Impressed with the city. ia now
buildinM a large two*tory 5-room
house on his lot In st Galnesville.
The building when completed will be
a hadomeo Lrnetare aad will add to
the looks of ast growing section.


wo o et

ow- o$on
Idw"Momuo
wswn a
~so-


w.~me 0IND
%boom&


STATEZrr OF TEB (CODITION OF


The Gainesville National Ba

Coodenebd efro eport to the C.aptrolr at the
Close d Busim PFrday, Feb. 5th, 1909

RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts ...... .. ........$320,409 83
Overdraft............... .. *.............. 292 56
Building and Fixtures ................. 39,732 63
United States Bonds and Premiums ...... 170,976 96
County Bonds and Warrants............ 19,480 00
Cash and Sight Exchange .............. 103,644 53

Total .... ................... ... M 4.531


LIABILITIES


* ... C C
* C* C
* .. .... C
* e.g.....
C *** C. ~ C
. ... C C *
* C C


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


.$100,000
I17,938
97,600
. 2 J,000
. 31,450
. 40,000
* 338,548


Total ............................ !. 54.9531
I, C. A. Faircloth, Cashier of the above-aqed bank, do
swear that the above stakent is tre to the best of my know 'd asm
belief. C. A. FAIRCLOTH, Cashir
Sibecribedt and sworn to to be ome thi, the 9th day of Februar, 1900.
W. H. ANDBIiON, Jr., Notary Puldic.
Correct-Attet: M. H. DePam, W. R. FStckert, T. W. Shands, Dinctor.



HIGH-GRADE VEGETABLE SEEDS

It pays the farmer to plant only the best. It's a
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good."
o Ses lawm the lpatie of ng ain miM 1l6iab.
Wt ar now Looking ortk*r for I'e.a, andI will tl glad to iui.l p.,: priv'* own rut. -- ----

W. H. MaIIo SEED COMPANY Charleston, S.





WE INVITE YOU


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S-om S


For Permnent Relief



an b54 6
-UMHMM SICK HEADAC
MU. Culli Avma



VnbCA Dub s All'U mgmj


W111"O0TSO
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Your linaiti cAl


ii ~ II.II ii~r~give to its Ctplqte naur s. our 11
ti. W jI IIt ulo i~t* 1319.4l msv~in~~i eia efuC




THE DUTTON BANK
W. Rt THOMAS~, PrtwaleirujI. TURN~ER, CsI .,-r


wl


O&O


'I") i'le"tiliell With thi, 1-mik.
malitr!- require Aw CwvW. Cgsgilbo












THE GAINE8VILLE SUN: FEBRUARY 18, 1909


Mi STATE EN


ONLY THREE
Of HIS TIME


MONTHS


Here Having Operated
i ger Semi.I for Snome
s oe.gere eHis Cape*:
^Rt- -^ H C*

%gMOOy Dalow on:
w^s the aegro seat up from
oaiaty for selling "boou."
SMUs seecape from the camps
S supposed to be nla this sectiom
is a conspicuous figure and
here. For many months
a hack. and is a darkey
v*W be easly remembered
a seen, and the authorities
be is now In hdinga ear
py, i family aow living here.
iawle was sent up at the last
1o evmrt and setenced to twelve
oir sUtalg liquor. but be had
o uite three months when
bhis escape on last Saturday
if Imllsm and has since been

b ableut six feet tall. ginger-cake
ad rather slim, generally neat-
*i d, with ftar more Intellect
Sve average negro. A reward
seen efered for his capture by
g gsMrtlesr who are doing every-
Seeble to apprehend him.

MARRIED AT NEWBERRY.

-a Pepuler VeMNg C ouple United
SWJudge Ira J. Carter.
SIEWBUIRY, Feb. 15.-One of the
JsMlt weddlas ever witnessed in
b sity was that of Mr. L W. Web-
O W nd Miss Atlanta Studstill on
ht of Feb. 10th, at the resi-
SAi oft the bride's parents. Mr. and
IM I. Studstill. Judge Ira J. Carter
140biRO The bride was beautifully
ibpId in white satin, while the groom
is beet In conventional black.
t e o'eloek p. m. the house was
with guests. At 8:15 Men-
I Is Wedding March was played
*. 111. L P. Getaen, and the Judge
4M1 Me knot that made them both

S he bease was tastefully decorated
,' 1orms. lowers and Japanese
ht1ims. After the ceremony the
S 0y couple departed for their home
bto i suburbs of town.
I '. Webter holds a position with
Be C0mmer Lumber Company in the
Sae department here, his home
[ 8 in anderevlle, Ga.
bride is the youngest daughter
9f Mr. and Mrs. H. StudstU. formerly
f L*Wy county.
/,
Married, at the residence of Mr. T.
d01I on ISunday night of the 7th
10L. Mr. Jim Davis and Miss Annie
61' Judge Ira J. Carter officiating.
e bride was beautifully dressed in
VtUW, while the groom wore conven-
4eal black. After the ceremony the
00ta were Invited to the dining-
NINE where the table was loaded with
IN kinds of eatables.

Mis Blessing Returns.
\y Tuesday 's Dally Sun:
Miss Helen Virginia Ilessing. the,
tilonable milliner for The G. W.
iydo Company. has returned from
* the Baltimore. New York and Phlla-
dlphIa markets. where bhe purchased
the largest and nist elegant line of
Ilulery e'er brought to (;aine.lile..
Which will sion arrie. The late.
UUtltons in de'hiKgn were selec'ted'd
With the utnimost care. and MIa.s Ill. w-
to says husband ma' as well prl-
pare to in'rea-e their uappreopriatf,,n,
to aiilinery thin ,e.r e'- the *'l*'ganai
3iBn5 thin year are -are to cause the
ue to ('all for larger amlioulit'- thn
Wli.


Itchkiig, ll-411cli(I g lqeit rudi iIlAI eor
hilaId I tdle-e~i-d Ito I je Ian (h tili.I'ltit

bse ruggo.t. all pm.e'llit



L 0UM 0 WA


A Ni &" La, m~a p edoho w
4A&eat ;Lz owI44:0 bWW&.
~ -MI-


AFTER



FOURYEARS


OF MISERY

Cred by LydLa E Plek-
r's VegetabeCofpouad
Bahltlame, Md. For four re
my fe wasa aIlaery to me. I ufred
from Irregulaul.

extreme nervous.
neags, and that al
gone feeling la1a
Ihven up hopa to
ever be-n wel


The -. m Is ad aI tod



earntry for the ears o all forms of
Somaoe eomp ntto sa Lydia E Pink.
SCoapound. It he
stood tho toot of yOan aod t y ta
more widely ad mnially tads tough
any other feae remldy. It ha moed
th of wo who had been
troubled wte dImicommendlng It



amo ulmmtson. mbroid tUW.M.& r.
eularite, peo o palwBa backaebe,.
thet bmeart sown fesaUnl hem n this

I try for thsuern atrom any often
allments, don't Ive up hops antl you
hale emlai Lyts i Pnkyiams VePnk.
tam's Veompound a trial.
moreIf yW idelyand kes ee-lal dit




aywrit o Mrale. remany. has
th ands. f t. wo he haves bes
troubled withdiled nt8unaos.




at ion, u cea to Jbrold tumors. it.








Lan t s unay iorn.




Megulakee performing the ceremony,
Miss Ida burkhim playing the weddinl
march.
The eddin wand a very quiet af-.
fair and oly few of the farleds ofd
the couple were aware of these
haveement which terminated in thes.r
union.
Dr. Compoue ndis a new arrival the
city, and while he has been here only
as few months he has already estab
lIshed a lucrative practice and made
many friends, who extend to him and
hi lovely wis toheair bet wAhe.











The bride ha resided here sincee
childhood, and has a large circle of
friends who have learned to admire
her for her many lovely traits and
amiable dispolition.
A Happyir Join Union.
From Tuesday's Dally Sun:
Mr. A. Mitchell wo conducBrtha
the photograph gallery near the fire
..tation, and Mrs. Gertrude lIrown of
Waycrook. Ga., were married at then
at the residenome of Mr. and Mr. Adamse. 309
le Oak astree. tturday nihtor 13th
Milwaut.. Rke. R. follrldge, tor of thec
Firss Ida Methodit church pla, officithe wedating
The bride ha oly ben ry qui Ganes-
faillr a fw daonly. afe wohu she vilted
thMr Michuplle' photo alery it was
glo at first ight ttwerminated in The
Dr.ol of ainei a newxtnd tharrival in theon-
cgrtulytlion. and while he them a lon
d hbride hppy married lifted here since

Welcome Home.
Mr childhood, tr. thas a lar ulge chief
friends lrkwho have learned to admire ha










ler d for her many lovely traits and hr
amiab (allel lel a disposillton. the
F ,riomTu illsdary of h rait a lI, r lial) :
fr.te.d. V. Mitchell. who conducts ho
hae buphotograph gallery neota he hIart


ily Avlcoumv htir Ijck I w4rtingltier atb
te~nce Nlra. VW T '/.ere'IA I I Iiv jali
.1, 1 (1 -I I *It eI*' % 41, 146I.I t 1hi- Itit I 1Itil. IItI. dete

. ,I n I' mlit i t a I h' e i s. t I I ll ~ '. c i- l


Hamlet
, i,-, I1 .... I: [1 r A I ,, I I


I- I Yom it


t.fI1e, t't a Liejttit'
"Ulu fur bilioga bti
-.- L.A*.- A f,,


I II. t i -


.oi I.A
,44. lie. I i Ca
t~L. uA & i'cbh I.


OVE TIE INAUGURAL

SAYS GREAT PREPARATIONS SB-
ING MADE FOR EVSNT.

Washington City Will Wltmnes the
Greatest Inaugral Ceremoeni
in History of the City.

Col. Henry I. Chubb, receiver of the
U. S. land office, has returned from
a pleasant visit of ten days at the Na-
tional Capital, where he went comcern-
Ing important political matters.
He mingled freely with the Florida
delegation and says that each and
everyone are to be found on the alert
and working for the Interest of the
State and the sections they rpreset
in particular. He found Congressman
Clark busy with the public building
propltlo. while Senator Taafrr
was especially active ln regard to his
turpentine bill.
Speaking oft the aagural cam
monies which ocar en March 4. Col.
Chubb said: "It will be the grandaet
greatest and biggest ever to the City
of Washington. and mueh preparation
is now being made for It
"Advioes have been received from
nearly all thO States that the Gov-
eror, with his sta, will be present to
witness the ceremonies, and besides
numerous civic organlsatios* trough-
out the country will be i line of this
rand occan.
"Grand stands are being built in
every park and plot of round aloeg
the line of march. besides windows
nl every buildlag along the route have
been rented at fabulous prices, which
shows that the people of the Capital
are expecting immense crowds.
"More Southera people are expected
to attend this Inaugural than ever be-
fore. owing to the recent visit of Pree
Ident Taft into Southern territory.
"The people generally expect much
of President Taft's administration.
and I confdently predict and expect
that be will meet the expectations of
all. Judging solely by my acquaint-
ance with him."

Beware of Olatatuse fe Catari
Tat Ceti MGeOeIury
as mercury will surely destroy the
sease of smell and completely derange
the whole system when ntertin tt
through the mmsoes suraes. Such
articles should never be used except
on prescriptions from reputable physi-
clans. as the damage they will do s
ten told to the good yeu a possibly
derive from them. HalUs Catarrb
Cure, Irvufastued by F. J. Cheey
& Co., Toledo, 0., ontans so mr-
cury, and is taken laternally. aeting
directly upon the blood and -mlom
surfaces of the system. In buylng
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get
the genuine. It is takes Internally
and made nla Toledo, Ohio, by P. J.
Cheney & Co. TeUtimonials free.
Bold by all druggists. Price, 75c per
bottle.
Takeo Hall's Family Plls for eoastU-

He Likes Gaineovilte.
Pra Tuesday's Dally Sun:
Joseph Minchener of Birmingham.
father of Mrs. Chas. Falrcloth, left
for his home Monday, after having
spent several day here on a visit.
He is well pleased with this part of
Florida and may be a regular visitor
here in future winters.

Worn Out.
That's the say you feel about the


lungs when you have a backing cough.
It's foolishness to let It go on and
trust to luck to get over it. when Bal-
lard's Horehound Syrup will stop the
cough and heal the lungs. Price 2&c.
60c and $1 00 per bottle. Sold by W.
M. Johnson.

Story Captures Georgia Negro.
1h puty )heiriff I. E Stor) of Wind
our uan Iin the city Molida)y bhalig
I (9lict< fir t It j puripo..e of I rl giinig i M101u
rimn ('4rr to the" ( it) ta t IIlA 1ligK hiiii
iII J) il ( .tir I. t, ,. l l>u the aU
thi I ;*.- oif (cEorgl anld a le'at ro.
S, i 1 I uit fu or hiiis

F'l,,. a II.i, id TlTar 1 it r. thO w air
t" i 1* i ii i I n th li.


f5 e Ii~l ia i Itv K q Ii,,It t. f tir
Luo ku&kagu. IIIW. Mit'ullulb A Cu


_ nargTnnrll


Th KiedYu

w *j


Bern the

84Ma


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- esWw warns.


UAINESVLLE U
*ew etialoue r the ee. m gm b a lt
Not, Foi e oi. i
Pal -u m Aend etmNo. t M r i
n---Lm S. WAV% PROPMETOfi, L


To Meet t


Of our patron sad wfrinwe have i
tailed the BURDICK CASH R a IWBU
BANKS. Them lttl bnik rw
amounts put into them and show you the
amount you have in them at all times.


Seforb t imOhp SIt M



Tke Fi'rst liIIuuAdl Bs @ I
vA,__ r,, A..j __OIUB _


J. C. BISHOP, President


G. W. McCAu4, Om~


Established in 188
i


(01.11 KkTI'&te KY 4 OlIN
lherg.-('isIU. i.JhWm a rcLeoutbc'
l1e%11cthe luD
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OLD 30 NcA OG
ok"Ss ftemDue&"ijw webui

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I'OINTb-U CLU'B OOWX
d a Clii .... ..r. lo


Steee1lae f1i' lI i~.I H.i -1-1 i.. i --' 21'


The Altmayer & Flatau Liquor C.


720, 722. 7'1
JACK*OAVILLL -


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ow a""f mspyowlend Im

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am baow wk a toy tmd
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ko A abbe --I me beoom I ww MD.
No atyew umlefti asew'
WO %sma o 1 y in


mi BY FIRE



the a Wm the rlvd ert ea -
bm vum twi b do


S bat vml hs s iddsi the
Mg dat ut Ag M uemed tt theI
lee al,,..shm.. weoli dl te wek.
IaM ole m dlm o y be gine
Mrt the woa eat o to werndM a
an Sw th te hf was bof d eeL
til. the -Met wee Mdo to e orn
Twbed e as peilomen were aeled
-at sad thIl dd aeeleat work. The
aM the ohmeroke home of Mr.
gdrwtdee au gesht from sparks,
mdl but hr th. heroie .Uets of Mr.
gL@m. a ewt of the easildo Inn
nd emthes who oelmbed to the roof.
It weie hame bes destroyed.
,The Ifremdf was just beginlars
emm a whest prfmiste to e ItsI
mut pemporems. verM y rem in the


a& sevryn u-read ad


OW -. oft bad okrmmmd.Sin of fruit
g-mst &.A. .AUS. elowish white


~of elm-day uch.m-4owa Wins=romnative peach seed,
W January or Fetauary Planting.
LV=asks mind tape. True i u .sm.

8. smom m.ft me.ft6 m AWuW
do U" wb ULA


. I'0 o .'


IK .~'hau D440S


-&-mapc


but to place this material on rock
streets is spending time and money
that could be better used

Rapidly Building Up.
1)r J. L Kelley is haalng a new
and modern house built near his old
residence. which 1ill be a credit to
ttnt "nrtion of the itv. This ectlon
has built up couMidecrably within a
short while and i any new improve-
ments are now itn coitemlatioln

Pena.scula building ouperatious since
the storm of a4<-ite-nl. r 27. 1 2 9l*, 3, how
that 'ncludital bulildings hicha to.I
$ ."3 or niure iio Iv .-* than S(t ooo
i0 eJ0 hta. li *0*11 I I -adeI Ill thit li,.
Mlo e a lil tihh i-ho a 'in ill r 'nlr t iIl
vre-a Ise li ut iu t Id U e g ii aitlionc fi a
alidi aLr tini Irik t

The- (llt- Orn aid li,. lh lutI l gut-at
hoa iv rai-e.d ocer $a *u for the dining
ruuou girls and mailds shio suT-fedI
bt'ar) loss t thei C'ar.udLuo liot I
Arc mt N.athrq v


POUR ThAN S tSO@RDO 0 SY
CLERK ON WW-NSOAY.

Ciy and CeNy Pepewty Alike t
cbanglag amens and Realty
People Are Setle~d

Seal state haes agles takes aet-
Ir svat nd a e s transfer are new
be recorded s daily N the eeort
hose. both of eity and country prop-
erty, ad whoue the reort ely show
whereas the trmd h really bess
reo f It wl give the Co esses an Mes
ot what Io detsg els this liM.
TheMe are W mme phases made
eme week but the huger part of them
e mde eM the ea r payment plea.
Md ithueronaew reor I is made of
the trmseetles ust their Nal rrle.-
m=sn have bees nado I tc- ase.
elewlag is a It of r.,, eLateO
aoier i to teod 's e ee as lto

Mre of SL W. Te"esu to Dr. a. B.
Neweovl; Wi. Yeat amd wife to J. V.
Taley; P. P. Hesderm W aad wife to
J. I& Pte; V. P.a Msire- md wife
to Natha PrIaO.
The aheve onws the city traders,
as wEa as twoe e"Nr hane and
the was UMt e0asMalWed aMn etra -o
dar, for tre have bes- a r ae nm
ber M seTral dam reeaitly.

Cad of ThMkM.
istear m: Pamem alow me s@Pe
Ita Yr ve~bMe Dw to umak my
ms ay frieds hr as of kiindmes
showm su dwrtog th severe Hses of
my tite nl -year-eM daughter. bhe
suseed eamerelatnd g pain for fourteen
Mays and lghts, amd was suufnly
treated by Dr. P. Metae, who was
aMy assisted by Dr. Paxton, a visit-
tEg phyteia from the North.
ort of prayers ascended to God
Set her recovery. and loving hands
1alstered to our Mwsev tles by day
and by night
I ad alt ever eMMs to love those
I lo have doo ses mkfor as.
Pmyerws have ben answered, medl-
el Irea~mt and iing care has been
sametlelo to her bes lin. and oew she
Is rapMly recovering.
Asl thalmkng all who have saelst-
ed in aay way I am,
Their lovingin bther In Christ.
T. 1Z. AUUL
Melres, io., Feb. 17. 197 .


JUAdge I L Carter left yesterday
tor St. Amustd via Jaeksoville,
havag gMae bgiess in the metropog
M More r I gMeelaa to the Acdest
City. He ases to the latter place to
atted the mua meeting and ban-
qut of the ate Bar Associatlou. and
will be amsg the number to respond
to a teast at the grand banquet with
wim be served at the Ponce de Leon.
Am es the distingUalshed speakers to
be present at the meeting will be Col.
Hammls Taylgr, who was minister to
Spai under the administratloa of
President Cleveland.

aMl Maih Street.
East Mala street., from Unlo n south,
is being repaired by the unloading of
a quantity of clay and sand. which in
wet weather will prove as much an-
noyance to the traveling public as the
partial sand bed that it formerly rep-
resented. Many people argu'* that
clay does very well in the suburbs.
where nothing better can be secured,


A bm i ssuemw w udd F--O N glopat It as
*e ~ m, ml im Sedw Mto a.1w hru1iiii1


Sloan'. Lir-Jrimea
"1- a d of 1 b,- ison*"% m
lof.al SU% i oo


NEARLY 300 BURNED


IN


EXICAN THEA


Tn* Eaib I cA rdtrh-mce-Amer c

AM. Thm WhoLedt UveL


MEXICO CITY. Feb. 1.-Between
250 and 3 O people were burned to
death and many were Injured In a fire
which destroyed the Flores Theatre in
the city of Acapuleo Sunday nalght. The
news of the disaster reached this
capital this afternoon, telegraphic
communication with Acapuleo having
been destroyed owing to the tact that
the telegraph office adolang the thea-
tre was burned and all wires put out
of commltsalos
The floor of the theatre was a wood-
en affair and Sunday night over 1,.O
people crowded Into It to witness a
special performance, gives tn hobeor
of Gov. Damina Flores of the State
of Ourrero, who was visiting the port
at that tame.
Many Are *eMtMd Ai Ue.
One of the members of the pro-
gram i o08l4ted of a seriee of moving
pictures While the operator was ex-
hIblting these a Sl caught Ire and
SMblase was quickly aFmI-' to
Mine bnUnt.g, which had been used
for decorative purposes. In an In-
credible short time the lames spread
to al parts of the structure. There
were but three narrow exit and the
panic str hen audience re ed to
these, many falling and being crushed
to death, their bodies choking the way
of ee&pe to the others..
The screams of those Imprisoned
were terrifying and heart-rending.
Owing to the rapidity with which the
fire spread and to its intense heat it
was impossible to attempt rescue
work and those imprisoned were liter-
ally roast< J alive, as the fire burned
with little smoke, and few were suf-
focated.
odie Beyond identlficatlem.
The efforts of the fire department


were coaaned to the attempt to
adjoining buildings and they
ed so that the property loss w
The telegraph office, po.stoadi
customs house were damaged, "Kla
of the government records sad
tered mall was saved.
Yesterday pitiful scenes of
were being enacted in the stre0b
the little West Coast port. Mes,
men and children are wanderlg Ing
place to place, hunting for
and friends. Many of the dea
from the first families of the
the afair at the theatre beiag a
lal event of considerable Imp
and calling out the wealthiest sa d
eat families for miles arouML I
some Instances entire famillul
wiped out of existence.
The municipal authorities agI
large trenches to be dug. S Im
these the remains of the dead
laid. According to the telepr aM
eelved from there reconlUoit e
of the dead has been an lmpa
owing to the fact that the bodies -I
burned in most cases to a cr1s- ^
Americans Are Victim
Telegrams to the American C
at Acapulco by the Associated M
asking for the names of the Amhrt
dead. have as yet not been replied i
Acapulco, on the West Coast of i
State of Guerrero, is oe of three
portant ports of the Pacific Coalt
Mexico. Nearly all of the etesaltI
lines make it a port of call, and .0
harbor Is said to be the best o
Mexico.

Want advertising is a force W
you can harness, and with which P
can drive your plans and P 1
to any desired deastnamtk


J EFEI$ON VITY. Moo, eb It; Oil the Watt-
the ground that the Waters-Pit-re.- to-rda) fli
oil Cojupatay -uf Iligeunihas, uut coal- lliaauri
holed it h t io, ou:t, r 4.-cr.-.'toftbtheimpose-du
cellprofl4 co-I if Olte- Stalt.* in alIl iII (tlit tjUP41
aer file-d thh. uitorIling. .Atlorit-e G4.-ii flut. of $7.I
t-rial M&aj t his 'afl.-ruma.ilkAtt-Mud "t111 Th.- emit
tliv t ouirt it i~-lz A~ttlonthat the- enl.1--i Ue t'llljkI3
be- muade e-ff --ti% v agaitiat the.-(ljcw tii it Ilaud cte-
The ,-act~leega e1 Owheat Iiriti b'ento.-ra4 k~~i SAidard
lbast-d uloioathle fact that tIhv- toilAjali 1.1 1 Iia 0 f*

w Ili-it e? it bha -i -,* % ,ro-el ro Lit 141, lud.iul Vc
Ait 11 1I.. st'ai.ei&rd (it46I c -1 :llI to. Ic c
lit iei S lPriot-,. o f St Il1e 11% lac~ ilei11i 1 !., .
(Ic ll,% P r, ,c el.cria all oef i ,I N1. lceaeit -fcc?111


iecl1git1cc I0c~ic, I i, %% 14le %%' ka -. 01t 1 0 4c
Iit .,t idleb lhi tJAtek? ji1e It IIIt *ulid.~ a
t.*riiemmcloI. Z T Ifticke~r i4W-t
lit-MA.A fro"' 1- -ffe-4t a of the- acuouid
Duct-i 1,r11, Jle il 4ebarg..1A %tIl cj-
hioth Kteitis atv %-


erb Pie-re -Oil ('.izlek10. 7-
led ill tist- zujcitIli c( Urt a
ail) aCCC4-t- icta.e- elt ic ttfl

erorti4-r (of Iii e-11 Tv
0~I404) %%.it Z) lIit11
it-14r de-t ro-i jr .i
Il*U~.%t rj.1pe 1)tth
dtI A l I1 C -Ii' c Ithe'

Me I tiiWAY )I t 1,4 LdW
Ier..1 liets r


l~~~e.-~~~ )~ajc o t a till, Ii


ulede r cA elock ill Jauc k ie i-


l'.Li


W&ters-Pierce Oil Co.


May Be Ousted From


~


7/


f or

Croup
Tonsilitis
,-t .









THE GAINU8VILLEB 1: FEBRUARY 18. 1909


04. HNrY U. M.LAPrL.


S "a. Ma.. ..







m ai: ui.


t es a G e M three.


-d sth oft a a speWites



Trmm m Arte a s *.6





cst eet us e t 1 Pes yeoar. ta.
bs VB a (a&)









dlmft M tol8edi nl u winteret
a oup, eadede m ythear w ."












mu i-Mti v due thtehe
S 2 wset oeaetstm s a'


gOOM are beginning to have
-dver the women








iMWato ee lab T he doubt ae
Megsad In th e sNorthwest
ag as a winter


me to sep. de mother."e
a0 putting bedrooms I the big
j arual eal hips. ed


to elb t T The l doubt Is
ci paci t o govern himself.

more Pacific Coast war talk...
H r.oosevelot may ce toregrted
iPe eDdown- that second elect


Sr Wtas editoralofe Intererst Iothe
wo beaded thbe Independ

MbD colltapse. ond et-

the reason Texas voted
plslbl~tleo was due to the
oft battle snakes and wta
inh e state.

i w ameWas kisses are quoted
a peWeO On the Chicago market.
*l what a hoarder had to pay
M his htadnd y.

8 buatar, Garfeld really desires
Ne to private ife he will have to
tMa governorship boom when
gi bhack to his native State.

TmI se o will not be represented





'hlhmia cannot abide blowhards,"
'P The Coastistiton of that tteret-






JJudge A. O. Wright of Jackson-
Which contains the pleasing In-
s that he hopes to be in
evle shortly and show his pie-


-0 story of the Confederate Navy
40 people of this city. His visit to
Ville has been delayed on ac-
of other dates.

Mr. Broward says Mr Jennings was
It aid $15.uoo ln 1<7 and S17.00a
6 11 "as legal adl isr to the trustees
60e Internal lnipro%.niteit Fuad,
61 he was paid $:,.oeo lNr aIMuniiuiii
Al cth scriices. and the $'22.' ) tx
wU *Ia for comulnasitiona, oitn li'l M)Id(
1W Mr. J-niilnig Ge'" but didtul


"Mr. Plagler has Just entered on his
O0th year. Hic vision Is not as elear
as It once was and he is somewhat
deaf In e ear, which causes him
some embarrassment Exept for
these InIrmltlee he s suffering from
no physical ailments. Tall and erect
be still presents a perfect type of
manhood. He prefers a straight back
chair, and never occupies a rocker un-
less there tos nothing else to be bad."
The above is one short paragraph
from an interesting sketch of Mr.
Henry M. Fleger by Editor Frank
Harris of The Ocala Banner, and who
recently enjoyed the rare privilege of
a trip with the subject of his sketch
to view the great work of the Florida
Ba4a Coast Railway extensaom to Key
est.
To us this paragraph Is the most
Interesting, most significant one In all
this mot 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 Ittingly described as one of
the greatest engineering feats 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 he was 0
years young rather than 80 years old.
When a wmn 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
work!
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 keeps 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 he 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 has exist-
ed years after his demise to all prac-

others, like Mr. Flagler. keep on with
their work. serene in the knowledge
that the < nefits of their labor will
be reaped, if not by themihlves, by
those who are in greater need and
who will get the greater good.
All honor to Henry M. Flagler, the
man who. having made the waste
places of the East Coast of Florida to
blossom as the rose and a fitting
place for the habitation of progressive
thousands of indubtrioua men and wo-
men. In still at it with an even more
gigantic enterprise -Palatka News


CURRENT COMMENT.


The Montgomery Advertiswr soays:
"And ,,. after all. it weentis that Taft
is to inherit C(ruiu-atd we b t he'd
rather c-at Georgia pohuui Nothing
but obotintcy anud spite (aln account
for the- pi-rhiatency of RNxwa 's-vlt in
tryimg to force' tlit it. ru ron the' tI'o-
pil of C'harlethton. anid it inb to Ibe
hosie-d that Mr taft will hia mitore-
regard for Iroriprai-t aind for Ihl It- i
f-r of the- t'harls -tjlaitl.ai" than thie prt-
Slit InI umli -lit hasI.' (loin-"


Oft Owplegt tIbig aae fa'dur rThe 1 ~Itrtfit (1 Taaas-m saop. ItIle
8ftoward's re-igat as (;(i%s-narsor' K-atueb t(eurtt f AI'.I- dsal
~~~t~lat the. riot eit c saa h. aasit a
~he Iioi~c-of Laiks-Ilatiuiarc- istp1# ie ag jeIe e lceit iIa as ai
L ii U I aiat o pi~ t i ctI II* Y l i~ e r 1t I l @ s cri i r e c. t1i I c1 1 e i c i. e -I l l- .

~be, fli ths e~e'to, it- uta i sait at Ialtei- tsa c!te ttilt tl ~ ee
foS'r..a ii 1cCI i 1 h ll il.- t oll *-. ., is it~ a.i eatc tIi i

~b the fair al~iaih ijf tluau rateacil.' i- t'C lil1c ie tltuigh t* t
W 4 4 'tk 1t !th) e' je Z~jI fe [Ist()% I l & .it, !~t 11 a-- a. it ,-
O"Ou' rv c ( .the -#--l-fts ,aPlre I st o I. 1 1 1 I-1, Nd tI
I-1) Ilk.Alctto i Ul iiti.. -ci ~ ,. tII.I b.li i' i s-e
'e 10? 1111,uti dI.- i .'1,' 'IA ~ ci.~~ ~ t


Stog


AYER'S AIR VIGOR

Ps Falllng I


Hair


0. i P. 0-%
dd@YK adso imew.M
ftb i mm.A Mh be Walt, a b*


AYVRS HAIR VIGOR

Does n SgQ grthe Halr|
u + J"~~~O A un-a --


give the farmer an uplift serves to
while the time for that AIdefatIgable
agitator. But It involves a getting of
the cart before the horn. The uplft
buslees is eoaly suecesful where It
becomes a matter of Individual inl-
tiatUve. If the embattled farmers
should hand together once more and
set about uplittfn our politics. great
results might be accomplished. We
are governed too much. Uplifting.
like charity, is a business that should
begin at home."
The Norfolk Virglnala-Piot says:
"When the weather Is bad. seusble
people do not lay the blame the
thermometer or barometer. When the
wind sets In the wrong direction, we
do not censure the vame of the steeple.
When the jury brings tn a verdict
seemingly Incolsistent with law and
Justlee, we should not Inveigh against
the Jury system but against the pub-
lie sentiment of which the jurymes
are the exponents. The mawkish
sympathy for criminals which per-
vades all classes of society is responsi-
ble for the laxity with which the
penalties of the law are enforced."
The Philadelphia Record ays:
"There have been very considerable
contributions In aid ofegro schools
In the South at the bane of Northern
givers, but according to evidence s p-
plied to The Montgomery Advertiser
by the officials of the State Colored
Teachers' Asociatiok of Alabama the
South has spent ffty dollars for edu-
cating the negro where the North has
spent one dollar. Taken as a whole.
the condition of the negro population
of the South Is far preferable to that
of the negroes who have drifted North-
ward. The measure of differeaee may
be broadly gauged by this disparity of
contribution for school purposes."

The Florida State Troops will not
participate In the Inaugural cere-
monile at Washiugton, as necessary
funds for defraying transportation ex-
peams could not be raised



CHILD'S DRDUL


SKINTROUBLES

Had Sixty Bils when but Six Monthi
Old-Was Annually Attacked by
a Humor-ft Lo0ked Rd Like a
Scald andSpread Over Haf Her
Head-Both Troubles are CuMd.


NO PRAISE TOO HIGH FOR
THE CUTICURA REMEDIES
'When my lttle Viia was about
da mouths olda her papa had a bol on
his fosehesad. At
that Ume the child
was covered with
prikldy be"t and I
suppose in stak-.h-
lag it. sr own bred
a became infected for
it broke out in boils.
S one after another.
bShe ad about dity
in all and I ed
Cuterwa Smap and
(CuLicura OIntammt
S|whub rc d bhmer of
them entire4y. Thea.
somwtiae later, bhr little fept gut more
between the Ut4,. Bing afraid it was
salt rheum. I spuke to our doctor. He
IEw me a powder which dried it up,
u soon after it br-tm out behind her
ears. They racked half way artm nd
and the humor spread up on ti her heed
until, oa several -camins. it was nearly
half oovere. The huawr looked like a
merad. very red with a sti'ky. clr fluid
omnung frm it. This ur-urr every
ear I think it war toward tlw spring.
always batlwhd it with warm water and
Cut"-ura isap and asi|lwld ('utm'ure
Oiutn.-'t wh.h W h ver flarIl tA> ha P It
up. T"le latt tiuinr it brsikee ot was
whv-lA ish- was six year 1&. t..1 that I wast I |,r,, iur l a i..ttle. f i ('uitc-uraf I{*.. v-
entt %% lis hi aI n learevl it ,ut of imy
II'. c 1 I' lafili t l tI e -e f 'u olllal ra
h' al| anti 4ill 1ituar %il ith Iht* i te- c' latt
11,1' % ir iI,.,** i A t %is e" Il S t t 1 VeaitW
al itu righti %,are 1 ,i1 ti hat* n#-#-vr
I*J tr< itoeN t a tr-I t te- l t**%- 'a -
pl*' al", tlret iif* tlt. 1( e. %, f *i
It I I i.s, I, i t t I:' I a v RiA(
UL a t-,li tit *e .1 I, it I l.lk Usi, a ,' alt
[rsL.. I ittt a aca. t.-n t, h I Iv.
Nr 31 A l ha. i a c .. r rcg t 'A liL
Ave Ih-tr til M .h t l. t 1 I',4 -
I I ,- .. ,- *
4 >.l.. ]!r ea.c l I '* .,, 1 -, I I ,
e.g li-.,,>.. I .,- I 1I f i-
(,..t 1'.,- r r I em a n
aatd I s &* t oI A* ma


19 OSJWCTS

T Ihn Ito n receipt of the Iflw-
Ing from an esteemd pa rm of The
San whose oplairn the WiNtir abi West
spect wr:
"1 de=t thak ape"al .a.em.
shoud be made thme ale k ma
cott, for there are many of -r
farmen who mae lms tha a bale
ard have to me It fr hes plates&
tiom as sen as gathered It WN be
throwing a favors the t bean of
the big plters who s get hp
without selling their ettm and the
poo r' ems go sawi d my hr
rbn ate. Our p Weer are to be mo


I


tested, or we are ftsin to have eSrt. ni or M o
-us treble this sne of Japan.
As we dersta the matster M. It is
the desire of the hrmers' U en, -
which or0 ea isi asking tr lo
latlom prohibiting the sale of @ea &




county will ask for a speelal W" w i
Alacheua orarty.
The fact that the farmer who pW
duc less tSan a bale oef sattr ew
te same upon the market at ha r
price they ca get for it, to what pr-
vents those who maske a bunesaa of
growing cotton from ohtaining a rem -i m
munerative price for their product. If AW O L
the proposed legislation will emeabie fWo tI
the large cotton grower to obtain a
better price for his crop, will It not
also benefit the small grower si pro
portlos to the amount he produces?
One of two things Is eartal. ,
either the coRoe growers mat re-
elve a better price for their e
than has prevailed during te past,
or they wlU be compelled to ahandem
the crop. to
If the farmr now engaged in gloe-I t. ow -ra, .a
ng less h an a bale of eaog wouldes
devote the aasme time to the proedft la eI ,
ticn of potoese vegstae bsor tMhe
home market t, poultry. hgs b a, sk-
t etc., h e wou ld dissooever that
he prwated thereby.
Thls to the way The Sue views the I
matter from theunpedleed stean
point of one who desires to Nae M t
greatest good -6- for th ea t -* M MAS
number. We do not claim to ow M
It all. however, mad iavlte dis m oan ,
of the proposed leginstkn.eaS



Prolbitonlsts Are Now


After Blue Grass Sid


LOUISVILLE, Ky., Feb. 1I.-Ke-
tucky, second liquor-producing 8tate
in the Union, and up to this time u-
scathed by State-wide prohibition
fight, will be the battlefield tor the
declaration of total prohibition, from
Tuesday. February 16. 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-
son to summon the Leislature In ex-


ustra sessim r the a mm m
tate-wiMe bil, or for M Im m

rAMt and seoad eesm.
The chief interest point of *
vestion. beginning Taeaday. ta
speech to be delivered by L 0
'Rear. the retiring cA ef ul e
Kentucky court of appeals, who W
previously declared I favor of
prohibits for the Sate ad A
eves to the abrogatio ao
tim. purchase and MM1
whiskey.


Arizona and New Mexico


En Route to Stateb

Wk -ING\T4)N, 1) C Fe.b 1(; The a pie-a fur the passage of thw~
iaa .-It ri aec (of.rtx~Isamia i dNew -That MUCh A bill had not hefa Poe"s
I a~ I,iraiv a toIi- dtc%%,&, i cw .t a- -fore- Pai i- 1( 1 h Arn A nIattar Wj"
%I, reld' tt II.. I Pe '.fai~~ .r .1h fitt- M ol .? I stexil a, ai .A tale' A alubstthe re
~~a..a a(im a .eaeraise-d a L4It for ('411111 Iat
t~,,I e. 1.1* I. tie lt i.e- t lhiial t lTh. ro I ita e ut %ow.!' ~
lilt a-i ii a' 0aie1t,' % eIIto-It lti, I'll 'i~t iit, I%%.l a bu n t takes =a
g16,11k SI Ito. :11114-41tc 14)a t t ei t.a IC a a i 4 m le I at s y
ci k I Ad Iultw, () Dbi--an
ch.ri. *~I.;'' I %, -tt-wewaud prediI*.
44 a iti f-i. c 11 t i..4 I'Ii to congresS


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ctr 1iel w 14.44. b% r~! t
%ir Sgiuitht .Aia ito a. ci. '.1; a


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thint advertodm '
til YOU.


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6 mob v swe5aWby The
'~~~iS~is iat 1mof I" TOMs
*I" wo pmebalypat themft
~ *mgeof saw vthe now&.
-OWE90 Owestheamm pubbiciy.

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to *we a hoem up=
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-~ ~- -.ft"m owesahr esb


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60 no" ow OWN bomb
00' Be t of Nowbewy.
I Os b.mt v0 ng it a
Pha. oflefo hr iAseusy.
fromue" We its brtei


40 V440 mud

abow Amd they
in. m= ee


~~wS e t vi oat t
W .ad@*lsn s B owl. prie
*-$NO W hbS. ld00by W. M.


1551 csh.IIcu f


-a s umst whes they am
4.3f mob aud amb mmothe
go 0" them g bemof t earge.
... oft Be Sma preop-
t" The s mb tt e Oeerm
hr so Inml a 4, t the dmereb-
md Sobt M4 dter hMr a equal
al of emew. Thee. we .l
C a oD. sd sen memadt pays
m &= ae: The no ius geto
hr se *4is b"m er e.
Bas plIu mudm e merwhast
bet u mb mmey.


WLL LOCAL WVMT.

mtei b eamr*a ieha0ein B*
JMHOrn Mn t tI
Wha Ueme 10 be em of the
S o put SedSe toe at whes.s i
01 as el*eme e3 hiuek that
b to beo mdaer the di .etie ,at
hm ?. pr i 6s hr 0e baseat aa the
eemmsl ut 4 whisk is to dta




bwe Poe abowt (wIx prov ato.
mp AT ToI TAtNACL,





asB Wedld an t Daty haslly:
Sader erowd reted the of Mr. alIt
Wa pove a please attetrnae. as he
S00 work emembeed by the cithautau-ss
Shaviny put and whseveal good pysre
w roe tre rea t d yeaort were well.

AT THU TASERMACLEL

LarelveAudi Te me weo the Opening
Pe thi r uertast Nigh e t be
rom W ednooday i d attc-
A fair crowd grtled the openll ng t
peermanbce of the Winter Chautu- ere
qast mOight at the Tabernale. The
Herbertce pUrown last light cosist
ed f armer ot ore llustrated with mov-
lug ple"ue. and proved pleasing to
these present.
Aide& s wieh were made concerning
the good work done by the Chautau-
m offi years past and what would r-
emft fm the present effort were well
received. The men who have gotten
up this great undertaking are to be
enmmesded upon securing good attrac-
Urfns for the citizens, as well as the
large number of winter visItors Iere

Our Colored Readers.
Herbert Brown, an Industrious col
end farmer of Moutetcha. calk-d at
The Sua otice Monda and renets I
his suberrilitiou The SuH has a WIN.*
Damber of subbcritwr. aumoug thIie I.
ter clasa of uegro fariiter. andiul h
tbey out*. iwe gin tkliic ihi. p1.il.
they inariably b 'ttoi,*u rKular |I
t"isia


~l~yiejiiia Is Aaut Avi114 ii W-4 I;
dock 11low 4JevIi i rs 44,1i'141,I 1 'l.'
da every tine It driit s i iti i Iit 1 -
tiS, tomo" thestomaach. fotreis I"*


I Am etom.


SOiULAJ


EPARS IS a


Theves have r eeNtl
o theiruwk t the
-hm-p---


bee ett -
ehuce a lt


The Umlvsrslsts t of Frida h


tw* oeetwe


Oremn -b~
mm of that


If Poeusmosi


-w mmw B. W.
ea the h ralng bsness
phm.


al estate to active at Delad, sev-
Me br h @s miss Taiks bue made
-u o the O st N

Thec olar makers af ttemoa& have
ersaaid mud beme ffilisuted with
the hi s is al s.i

Jeabmyle grua di M
ed the baby Show at the MM-W:nter
apoioties last Meaday.

The rdge-*etm has bees erder
ed to resume the woe k t of 4 asi.
the Cemuel at Carrabolte.

Tamps will be theiSe ea tle ca-
aonaatlea of tihe Iutrioms Odr of
hm Hooe n t he ublk*t.

Over ae, was real sed by spoage
lobermae T rof rpoaM lmr m the
sales of the bot day of the seaoS.


uo In by the Jacbouville polico.
Meot ft the culprits e egro boys.

The e city ssaee of Jacksomville
reg latn the speed limit of &ato
mobilesh been upheld by Judge

It is estimated thaUt about four ha-.
dred cartosds of vegetables will be
Shipped from the Miami section this

The Japamnese ehlMbt at the MM-
Wintesr MExpositisM at DIxieland Park.
JacksnviMe. aunttr great attentios
thrm vWsiter

Walllee OMNe, a 13-yearld Jack.
Scvile boy, was oaever by a switch
e*ge ad kMled, his body being te.
rtaly mangled

The people of Wialites wat a new
oewn* romdb ossm portions of IvyI
sad Mles, of which WIflAstes shall
be the eOM m ea.I


I IKrmgM e i ow abordita great
port or the tourists at Miami,. 00
poads e of them beins eaht by four
meN i ma moratag's fshAWg.

A ma imamed F. H. Cox was arrest-
ed at Tamp last week charged with
the murder of Deputy Sherif Everett
Johns of Nassau county, in Ferman-
dma a in 1M.

Highway robbers have made their
appearanMo In Tampa. much to the
chagria of persons who reside on the
outskirts of the city and who have to
go home at malht.

Over eighty thousand acres of fine
Umber lands ha'e recently changed
hands In Volusla county. It is thought
that the real purchasers are big men
In the American Tobacco Company.

W. L. Reynolds. one of the promi-
nent Insurance men of Atlanta. has
purchased an interest in the insur
ance agency of H. C. Hare & Co.,
Jacksonville, and removed to that city

Every other kind of paving material
having been Irtted ln the cunstruc-
tion of roads In IuI'al count). It has
about been de-cided that the ch-.aiwat
material in the ltiig run i. ~ ltrlfted
bralck.
ianford wople are claniorlnig fur
dee'ip iater be.-t .'it that ilac'. alnd
Jack, it 1llh' IIv, IFrank ('lark h a.-
rimnr,ii (to I d 1 .i(t h t- cca ni i th.
at% if -t urhiig 1an1 &IIpriloriation ftor
Ih,. Iurip.-I -
M r .iinl M .I II (',rthl II ,f Int. i
Ia n i 11 i lI b t. o il I., ir g hi i I


CELDNEN WNS Alf SICKLY

Wl ,iI-ttier a I, r 0,w- I bIsIV, 'Ie..


iism~b Ube.Ls~ iih t


Rp.iu em idem. are Needed t
-' so, smod smss
mass OW owe"= hem'0bed
MAMA M, d ken .3 sdo"
~ ses-sid r sI!3,U3 a" i I indsletoda.


2Ia =_ ip odwe. sodWm- g





T"m SOON so" to m~psa esw see m a ad owie
OuNO er -, Nosy do& dowow def
s Vlminm .3 hi 48unwe am~
U~mesd, deyI.Iesv sb wtobe moft.


ding am Peumery 10tih. AmMn the
guets preismnt were Mr. ad Mrs 0.
W. Hasting, who elebraed the sid-
tUoth sMiverry of ther marrmae at
their hem s i prinMg Ohio, hut

emaowr Fteer's redetksew
pressed to the d nted state sem-
sae swt wvk by smetor TaUsaftm
mud ordeed 3. H im begimsk au
te 4th of March, proiMe tohe right
of Goverser Oflhrit to make the ap
*poi tet by th- -l-
SOL


Charmie mott was shot sad kille
by Alt RteWtnsos on the alght of
Fhlrtary 12th at the camp about four
mies math of Madones. oa the Madl
NsO 9motherm railway. It seem that
the two negroes got lato a dispute
over some ties whma oe shot and
killed the other. The dead m*no was
carried to Valdoesta for burial.


Bella francis, a Peasacola *egress,
was senteased to alaety days In Jail
at hard labor for cruelty to her chil-
drea by locking them in a bar all
alght while the temperature was be-
low beesin. It was show that the
womam aI a St of bed temper. had
takes her three scastily attired chil-
dreA from bor hme ao the oldest
lght that has been felt nla Pemoosa
in maay years ad placed tem la a
ashed, while she retired to her home
and slept In a warm bed. The cries
f thO ebhldree were heard several
hours afterwards by a passing polleo
man, aWd they were almost ra.es
whae he opsed th door.

B Se b ots a d stufy co ae that
may develop Iato peum- o over
might are featkly e urdby r oley's
Homey ad Tar, a ,d it soohes iflam-
. membranes, heals the lagm, and
expels the colM d r the system. J.
W. MoCollum t 0&.

Repalrig HoNeW.
The handsomest reddeace of Mrs. J.
H. Truby. which was damaged by are
a few maths slace, is now being re-
modeled and repaired, work having
commenced Moadgy.
m


CASTORIA
1W uhatf uat M
n I uYm nliA)lk M



Suasturo of

BUSINESS CARD

D)R A. L CLINK
VETERINARY BURGEON.
Offices at Crawtord & Davis' 8,ta
blues. Calls answered day or nlght.
Cattle and dogs all receive prompt at.
tention.


DR. OE. .WALDO,


Graham Suilding, East Man street k
11*1 Phone SI. Als Long Distanee

V&XNK CLASK. TwO. W. nxLum

CLARK & FIELDING
LAwyer 0


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Ma Whi" a Reldest of
OsMty Will be Awarded a
0ewesj Plsmo, ad Is Can

NtMsve of Theo l 0. Newt
Miami, 1e CeOtest to
TH SUN Im n ehaMlf of a 4


One $4.00 Howard P hla me
tgive to the persm residig th
County of Alachun who rees
highest umber of votes betum
ember 15th, 1908, and 1 p. m.
1h., 19m0.


ADDITIONAL QOIPT
In addition to the Piano thms
be lmsed by The Bush &
aso Co., oa a new $400 Howard
eightee Transferable Due Blls,
to be ued as a first or altS
at on a new Howard Plama
de bills will be given la this
contest as follows, to person
in Alachua County:
To the frt six receiving the
te highest vote, a due bil htr
for Um.-.
To th e cord aix receiving the
bgheet vote, a due bill for f
To the next x rece iving
highest ot a due bll bor
Thee du bills may tbe sed r
waters or ca be disposed of b
se for any value they may -
ad wll be worth their ftem
up=O th purThase of one of thus
n the eveat of a tie for am
ired, a prime similar in a Ml
thereto w T be give each tf

Hew md Where to aet
The following merchants wll
one vote for every cent paid lat
eo*,tinhent" for goods whch f
TheGanlesville Hardware
Phfer Bros.
Hyde & Teach.
Where Votes May be CaL
Ballot boxes will be found ia t*0
tablishments of the merchants
vote and at The Sun ofle.
sent by mail must be directed tj
Voting Contest Department f1
Sun. Gainesville. Florida.
Pflul and Regulatise.
I The contest is oien to
living in Alachua county who is
by the conductors of the cotidj
vouched for by uomne reputable
to them well known.
2. No employee. atta(hee orC
Uve of the proprietor uof the @
named Arms are eligllit to P-
In thi ? contest and ill paruirD
no manner.
3. In the event ot a ml.und
ing between candidates or othem
terested in this coute't. ,ub
very may be rieferred1 tO the
ducture ui contest. who almne 5t*
persons qualified to render dld
4. In the eveut a &tiilndidjjt-
to withdraw from the ru -utb
date %ill not be allow ied t trI
votes to the er.-dit of a:, t ,* .
date in the colit..-t.
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THE UAI EBVILI.E ITN: FEBRUARY 18, 1909


UITIFY T INAmD AI I

tiEIU TREES-NW SCArEhED

By E. W. BERGER

.4Florida Agricultural Experiment Station
m m 0"0000ges*


Scalclateud by Professor
that the whitefly popu
ioguimner. of a fully infest
tree of medium size, bear-
.O008 leaves, may be 2).-
fre. Dr. A. W. Morrill. bae.
aei-aItions upon a tree of
)So. gives an estimate of
o.fJ Roth of these In-
- is order to be well on the
^e aide. accepted the low-
of their calculations,
I e average number of in-
Sleaf. according to their act-
would have given some
s 79 to 80 millions as the
ll arvae per tree. From this
HIto, it is evident that a
Ib*fa tree may harbor a
M migoes of whitefly larvae
fe. Allowing a dozen large
b tres to a town. we may
=W of I 2t14.000.000 adult
I weming out of these trees
to latter part of summer.
ieemwea of the Whitefi.


edeervatlons have shown
swarming millions of wing-
deposit only a cuJIpara-
flgl umber of eggs upon the
l the Chinaberry and umbrella
M time, but quit these trees
ggs upon evergreen food-
pleIpaiTy c'&.. privet arnd
M Whether they do this
rW, because the Chinaberry
1- their leaves in the fall and
ao that the larvae from any
w| their leaves must die: or
S leaves of these trees
IeltWped some repellent qual-
I Whether ihe quitting of these
i amsed by overpopulation,
a the result The fact Is
H-* whitedles swarm about
SfAy or are driven by
rl u I les distances, many of
* at last suitable plants on
kd apeit their eggs.
P msmMr the small citrus trees
I Iperamnt Station were free
t*W ; but la August and Deo
Se insds of whitelles were
Lh alet aad depositing eggs.
i 1 fte end of tall thee cit-
Swere as heavily Infested as
Il eemmos- ly become. The
bogld trees from which the
emId have eaome were urm-


ANF, TWO

AH ATSTARKE

MKFe. Feb IS.-W. D. Alvarez,
0 hi beee 111 at his residence for
IB e. was Saturday declared in-
k -I will be taken to the insane

hf tCrabb Thursday was around
I" usual. Friday morning he


brella trees in Gainesvllle about a
mile away. so that the whlteflles h.ad
to travel at least a mile. That ilan,.
whiteflies must have gotw farther out
Int.' the country than the, Fixperiiment
Station. can hardly be doubted. con.
side'ring the great numibs rs In which
they were smarting about. not onil
on citrus trees, but on other Iplant
on clothing., indowi aid %vhls.~.
The piri(il|al f tood iaLint iln ;.;:.n
vilie and North iorida .taro ( 'Cin r
ty trees, there b lig only enough. cit
rus. ipriet ani ether evergreen food
Plants to bring about the resto 'king
of the deciduous trees every spriitg.
What s to se Done.


That hundreds of millions of winged
whiteflies may become matured on
Chinaberry and umbrella trees, and
that these hordes of insects may swarm
for the distance of at least a mile. and
perhaps several miles. from their
places of breeding is an establi. lie(
fact. Therefore these trees should be
destroyed before next spring, and be-
fore they become Infested aMain bh
the spring brood of whiteflies. The)
should be destroyed for three reasons
1. Because these trees reduce effl
clency of all measures for the control
of the whitefly by one-half or more
or perhaps nearly nullify them. by set.
ting free swarms of wbjteflies into the
citrus trees at a time when the fruit
is maturing and It is most desirable
to have the trees free from whitefly.
2. Because in newly infested locali-
ties these trees are hastening the dis-
semination of the whitefly Into the
non-Infested groves. Besides the
spreading of the whiteflies from them
through the air, teams are hitched
under such trees, and the vehicles be-
conte agents In carrying the insects
into other parts of the country, or to
other Chinaberry or umbrella trees.
under which the team might again
be hitched.
3. Because of the nuisance to man
and beast from the myriads of white-
flies which frequently Ilu the air In
whitey Infested sectloas. That this
nuisance is principally due to the pres-
ence of Chinaberry and umbrella trees
is evident from the fact that it occurs
in sections where there are Chinaber-
ry and umbrella trees, but where few
or no orange trees are grown.


was found insensible in his bed, and
died a few hours later. Uremia was
said to be the cause.
Yesterday morning Taylor Andrews.
after briging In a load of wood to
make a fre was attacked with a
hemorrhage, and died a few minutes
later.

Doan's Regulets cure constipation
without griping, nausea. nor any weak-
ening efect. Ask your druggist for
them. 25 cents per box.


Ti COUPON WILL NOT BE GooD AFTER FEB. 26, 1909


h & Safford The Gainesville Sun

PIANO CONTEST


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NIAGARA FALUS IS

DLIEII WInICE

NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.. Feb. 15.-
Only a tiny rivalet, not deep nor swift
enough to carry a pulp log over the
brink, is floating over the Americane
side of Niagara Palls. A strong north-
east wind. which has blown s ce Fri-
day. has held back the water and al-
lowed the Ice to gal a foothold.
gieat wall of ice runs trm the head
A great wall of Iee runs from the
head of Goat Island to the Ameriesa
m'epdd through which only ttainy
streams are able to trickle. This wall
has even encroached on the Canadian
channel, extending out smme 30 feet
beyond the third Sslater Island and
greatly diminishing the Sow over the
horseshoe. Only the very apex of the
Canadiea fall Is left and that is rob-
bed of half its flow. The gorge be-
low is choked and the rapids have lost
their fury, while the whirlpool is bare-
ly in motion.
This Is only the third time &at this
combination of wind and eie has thus
affected the falls since the white man
came here. The other occasions were
March 2V. 10841. and March 22. 1903.

BONNIE MILROSLL


MELROSE. Feb 15.-Mrs. J. A. Delihtod With Ganewil.
Waters and MIlu M McLain enter- ehed With aeie.
trained Thursday afternoon quite a T. 11 Miller of Asheville, N. C.. has
number of their friends at cards.. arrived in the city and will spend
*"A.*' being the ganse. The large the next aie'-.ral weeks In this sec-
rieMil w1a^ tate'fully decorated with Uon for the' 4.neft of his health. He
;tPainloou and r.-d hearts of various is delighted vlth what he hay seen In
:i-es The. \.ry pretty hand.painted t1.1 (ty Ii an( will doubtless prout a
-c'ore cards ,re<. the. work of Mr, regular %int* r visitor here in future
Waters At the cnd of the game the
lucky anliie.rs receled their oprlise., Foley's Orino Laxative cures consti-
and finally de'licioum re-freshmeunts In option and I.ver trouble and mnikeu
thre-.. course. werer sre.d Altogelthir luoe- bl eim h b lthy and regular. Orino
it I a tmi iia t *e.nj} abl. f c f lunlitti rup.reir pills and tablets .as It
SlThe .-s4i1 tl i r (oI or'a-iK' i .till 'o d,"*.* not grill or naustate. Why take
SIaln.ll .; 1Ai ill doi .-, fr anoiithier "'l)ltih K 1 .1 W M e.!'" !>na ('
lI I .iight mr iI. 'r. Altic't-hie r atwiun t
S...... e, I. all Il'.ao* I,.ea .ainli.-d Th want ads. do more real estate
... ,, ,, business thau all other brokers com-
\, AI. l ivl- i r I iat hi iluffinau biud in fact. they "start" most of
I,,. ..a :.i. r :..,e M r. A 4 Ih.i the business that tte brokers aad


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A rry jul ) part ) of vIlsigt. a via-t
ouir t-Lu rairlit-wis t'rlciA) fur A 1014-UIC
uL.eier ISAl-uL u tulLutticdauu auak tiree.


LAWTKY. Feb. 1.-The Seaherld
Air Lune depot here was dieseerd to
be oa ire about 1 o'clock this mrw
laeg. an the -ames ate their way
throg the n-lam ne mttal with
such rapidity that it wea Impel
to save either the umag er a
of the freight stored there, the less
being total. Just what the slee wll
be is tmpolsbleo to eduate during the
exeitemeut, as so me who is n p
prachable knows what gmant of
freight was stored lI ta depot. The
value of the bellding is estimated at
"wN.
The origin of the ane is t aknlm
as t had galas eenidesa bead.
way whIen dieovered.


The above is t sam aGe n
ca.iiaJ, wbhIch s one of the mn
valuable ingredients of Folr Kidney
Remedy. Hlexamethyleetetramine I
recognized by the medleal text books
and authorities as a uric add M olvet
and antiseptic for the uria. Take
Foley's Kidney Remedy as ne as
you notice any irresularltes, and
avoid a serious malady. J. W. MaCol-
has A cC


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THE UAINISmILL BUN: FEBRUARY Ik, 1909


P OgNERAL INTEREST
w I UN ItPORTIRt .



IppM r N e nd Whart .
OWNSO f VWe CY.

M gum
S ewel of Newberry was
wi ta s to the city yeser-

.f wto of o Sk ~pr was
1ier1s to the city yete-

the merchaat of Mica-
Svisirtor to the city ye

L Tem aS of W tolers d


NMe. fr.d a o th city


a trio of ewerthry lt
-maed the isiy ytoerday.s

b directed to the aed to
10 o by W C. H. Colen s
oppeors elsewhere.
A. Neal. Dr. Ruff and J.y for .
p a trio of Newberrye hti
g hiWed the city yesterday.
Mowadl ak ived gua tee ito
ovst colls and lagrwillppe
amN by W. M. Jobsom.
amth left yesterday for a
P 0* to Jasper, where he

t for the nexw days ht few days.
Iln bof Hawthorn. a reprom-
a atIN ofe at place, was
ft he biess is the city yes-

LSorwall arrived In the city
las t nigt and will
OM1 t few days here visiting

j*di1 of Hawthorn, a promi-
e f the hatern section.
- th Tvisitors to Gainesville


Smr amd wife of Treaton,
been visiting in the city
gt few days returned to
yesterday.
lma. Mckilney of Loulse.
ba visiting her sister. Mrs.
Sfr the past few days.
to her home yesterday.
HT r eo Lakeview wm a via-.
lbl ey yesterday. He states
I very dry In his s*eton and
f Is i is what the farmers

Neummard. a successful busl-
Of Hawthorn, and one of the
S mem in the East End.
lk-clgt business in Gainew

i. Hbanm is rejoicing over the
It a fe boy which arrived Sat-
@ m and took up headquarters
hm a. Both mother and child
Secely.
.1 Gaham,. who is now connect-
0t Southern Express Compa-
ialaddNS. returned to that place
after a short visit to his
11 this city.
See. l. Doig was among
1s111rs to Tampa yesterday,.
P"I will pend a few days visit-
| 111 a8nd takin in the sights
se Pailr.
W. 1Ivlngston of Newberry
6 Witter to the city yesterday.
b@111 a deputy he is also a
satd is 1now nearing the
Of a dtpot at Ilterint*o-I.
I L L McKlustry left .e-ter-
-10 Jacksonville. where she sill
Sral day.i visiting il the
P4 the chaise will pirofe
to her hbe has recenttl re.-
kum a severe sei'll of fe.*r,
eiuablitd to travel for
l"and her frie'nid aoe think


Jeuulugs of \Wiudstor
l t he hopper iu the city

'A Powers of Falrbanks was
t he shoppers visitlug the city

L Iditer. a merchaut of iliOaie"
to S ued fellow. is asious
ti tW the city
SJordan asd child left )>e.
Or Ala'eh". %here the.) *ll
"hIt vilut to relatives
"d d Mrs W V Mltchell left
km Iluia(ta, ll south Florida
1a asn atat for the ut at
Sa visit
Rebt Wisee. left yew
PO,.WS where thery


will spend several dWrs. Mr. Wlxsm
goes to attend the gathering of the
old soldlen in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. oodribh of Washing-
ton. who have been In the city for the
past several weeks. left yesterday for
Daytona. They will visit several
points on the East Coast before their
return bome
M. I.. OGlmer. who is conducting a
general mercantile business at Clarke.
is anong the visitors to the city. He
Is a former conductor on the A. C. I.
and has a large number of friends
here who were glad to again meet
him.


Mr. and Mrs. Geo.L Taylor of Palmn
er were among the visitors to the city
yesterday. This is their first trip In
some time and many friends w r.
t1Rd to meet them. We are .glad to
note that Mr,. Taylor has entirely r,
covered from her recent illness.
J. M. and Nathan Price of Melrose
two representative citlsens of that
section, were visitors to Galiesville
yesterday. They operate a bem can-
I aery and annually put up a great deal
of fruit and tomatoes for their own
use. as well as the market, and sell
the produce throughout the State.
Doctor Armstrong has hundreds of
letters from patients all over the
3tate. thanking him for the many
wonderful cures he has perfected by
the drugless method and the over-
coming of all eye troubles and the
straighteniln of cross-eyes without
the knife. He will visit Gainesville
again on April 13th. at Hrown House-
one day only
e% 7 rastdop ZASfi m& :
W. P. lirt of Waldo was in the city
yesterday and made this office a pleas-
ant call.
Mrs. 8. H. Hall has returned from
a pleasant visit of several days to
Lake Como.
0. B. Weeks of Waldo was among
the out-of-town traders visiiUn Galanew-
ville yesterday.
0. C. Husband. a prominent citizen
of Mehrose, was transacting business
In the city yesterday.
Gordon Bailey of Palmer, a former
resident of Newberry, was among the
Stlsitors to the city yesterday.


Dr. J. M. Willis and Mr. Epperson
of Williton were In the city Tuesday
and made a pleasant call at The Sun
office.
Miss Lueretia Mcllvaine. who has
been visiting friends in Jacksonville
for the past few days, returned to her
home here yesterday.
J. P. Ambroe., the -e"--"heodating
prescription clerk of J. W. McColum
& Co., made a flying business visit to
his old home at Waldo yesterday.
Mrs. J. E. Burts and so, Jesse, Jr..
have returned from a pleasant visit
of two weeks to relatives in Tampa.
where they took in the sights of the
State Fair and other attractions.
Cabbage crates; sawn slats; two-
piece heads-manufacture our usual
standard of excellence. Ask our lo.
cal growers. Let as book your order.
Melton Lumber Co.. Micanopy, Fla.
Deputy Sheriff Livingston was in
the city yesterday from his home at
Newberry. He states that the min-
ing town is on Its good behavior and
everything is very quiet throughout
that section.
Deputy Sheriff Busch of Albany.
Ga.. arrived in the city yesterday for
the purpose of conveying the negro.
Monroe Carr. back to that place, be
having btien captured unar Windsor
by Deputy Sheriff Stor.
Five-room cottage to) rent oil blo-k
adjoinlug square. formerly occupied
by W 1, l~e(rande; city iater. t'l'<
tri- lights. set'erage. bulth, and all
modern coun'%e'itilcer. Al'lol to .Mrr
I. it .Metl'renar or Sun offie-
At Auction-Hoffman, (tie' thorough
bred German(. Coutch 81iallion., %ill tI
..old at ami tion .to0) I l" h l t I b*I. r
)11so i ...i .* I r l'
i tablea, rare cilimial e't gI tt a tli ,
hti r i .i l t' l ai t f( r, tht "- lll l I lllra "
It l TI ilt l hl r.t urin. d IUl in ll
iiarket i- tln r he ha, t1 e fi r ttl "
IlAr It'll t i i hl 0 ti'tll l th II. i
atliMk itnd .t le i h i r t. 'l i ln i ; A,
tl 'k ShlitI at os l*'.- fo r (tit, ,D il lio *i
8O l l lh'a'h'iea tu)lll OiiHIf. li li'-,
lat i'd tne fdl cltor of III- (iou1 .,'e in"It
inupJ' t*'d a at he' A ill hia e to 'i ,.
)1 diurinK Ithe oliiiiK m a.t'.
I)r A E C'lile, tter&it.i)y surgeoni
liha oiteiied uotl r'e at I'rasford &
i)al'i' .ltalile and boul'it a blare of
the public bUslltnt't lie I A graduate'
Of the Kanies \'rteriiar) 'ullKee ild
is here to practice his profreai uu
Cal s anstelred day or cAbt liorae
dstUatry, Ule a&d dog a11 receive
amatN atteathin.


Visle Is e'r moat valuable
*mm an4 the eyes, mere I*
paired, ame he restered
We appreciate our reponai-
iity in this matter and give
eah case our moWt careful at.
ration.
We tet each eye sparately,
determine, the exact condition
and the ned of eeac, and p-
ply the lenas ded to owset
and srent hen the eyl.
AMN tr weft Is gurlnted;
yea mast ho Mle i ed or we ea
met.


C.e H Ces & S

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JUSTICE CARLISLE'S COURT.

Glover in Trouble Again on Account
f Same Piatol.
Prom This Morning's Daily Sun:
W. E. Glover, the negro arrested
some time since aod convicted ao a
charge of carrying apncealed weapons,
was up again yesterday before Justieo
J. A. Carlisle on a charge of larceny
of the same gau.
The warrant was sworn out by A.
R. Harper, who proved that the prop-
erty was his. and Glever's evidence
was insufficient to convince the judge
that be had not stole it1
Por this last o-ence he was given
ninety days in the "gang" or a ife
of afty dolr. The total amount op
this same mun will give him sli
months or a Sne of $10 and costs.

Gave DeltIul Party.
LAKE COMO. Pla., Feb. 17.-Mrs.
R. H. Blood. gave a delightful recep
tion last week at her hospitable home
on "The Heiglhts." to her gueets, Mrs.
8. H. Hall of Gainesville. PL., sad
Mrs. C. H. Carson of Boston. Ga.
A most enjoyable feature of the
evening's entertainment was the com-
plete discule of the uestsa in phan-
tom costume. and the fun in gusoina
each other as each one related a
ghost story or gave a goblin song.
A chicken alad course was served
after the uqnnskial, with coffee strong
enough to rejuvenate the ghastliest
ghost.
Meedames Hall and Cihro. with
their fascinating personality, made a
most pleasing impression in Lake
Como. C. H.


Only Girls to Remind Him.
C I Baird of Aslleville, N. C.. la
among the arrivals in the city. He
will doubtless be remembered by a
great many people, as he was here
just 2.' years ago and was for a long
Abile a school mate of Col. Evans
llalle ie hast been about the city
ulid declares that the only thing he
fltid to re'mible the Gainesville of
old il the' large' Ariuiy of pretty girls.
lnd but for this, fact he would not
twielle,. IhI' :t. ill lai lle vllel A
,i1 el Illi' eit lien re r Kglad of thel
,irt; rutllti\ l, 'lhi ke,. hi, hand liHe
mI ll 16e t-re- for thle Inxlt ne.Vtiral da)>n,
.ind priropm.e'h, to ce',. the city thorough-
I Ie, foil hli. ii. .partur<,

Marriage at Alachua.
A muarriagvt liteli-ei was issued Wed
114 'I~eti foer the. union of Mr it IR .
Poili.e of Ka1uiapahai toL .Mia Maggie-
Kir.iiland of A1.a'iui tilh haii)pp> 'lvtnlt
,i urrilgt i i I liiA41 ldt' eIo \n 'di .da.
, *'lllaM
Mr IHoule l ~e-ll kiliiln il (Gaite-
ill- anlid Ilas for in111) )>eair a re'-l
dem lt of this lt1) leie', iioll **'iimpl0.ed
a bookm ke'at-p-r for T J ia-irliAlnil
I it- bride. la ule of si iti. chlaraiillg
I*OliK ladiea otf ihe Alatliua A lltion
laid i411 a large. cali lt of friend d
thlIughllout th e Coulit)
The Nuu jouin. their uiu) friends inl
wlshaig them ahiau) blaliue during
their wedded Ife


DEPUTY WYNNE BRINIM IN TWO
MORE OP GANM.

Me& Are Very Reltlmet and Roefe to
Talk Cem ertong Their Arrest
and the Charge.

Deputy Sheriff Wynae arrived In
the city yesterday with J. J. and S-
mon Knighton. two other charged
with eonuterfeitln, the I ope s be-
min made near Newberry.


The men nre said to be member
of the crowd with whom Hodge w
associated. and had been at work
the manufacture of spurtous mon
for som time when the rat arr
was mide. Hodge, the frst party a
reted. is We out d bond, m t t
eaue of a ree wll em up at t
mxt seesIon of the Usited Sot
coa t here.
Deputy Wymne is enmnt that
will seewre m of the erwd w
a supposed to have nopmet I
gether, sad is new quietly at work
evidence which will warrant their I
rest.
Plenty of the money has bee nm
about them. but the ofleer hes o u
failed to ind their moMd. which a
believed to be burled somewhere ms
Newberry or hid away ti asn ot-of-tl
way place.
The men were seen at the ail b
refused to talk concernfi their a
rest or anything conested with tl
case. as they wanted to wait mnti the
could onfer with oeme attorney.

ARCHER NLWS


YV"Ladies 1 E wftea W fth- nique
St.L Valosilee Pat.
ARCHER, Feb. 17.-Mrs. Prd Cuh
boerly and childMren of Cedar Key are
visiting Mrs. James lamnek
Mrs. Horae as and tUsle m
spending this week with Mrs. Robert
Heasy.
Mims Llatle DohePs speit oreverl
days this week with the PlweB e1l.
dress.
Mis Easle Smth, who has been
pending several weeks with her pw-
rets in Mticanopy. has returned hme.
Mits Lela Bankaight left today -r
a few days visit to her ster. Mrs.
Joel Tucker. of Jacksouvito.
Robert Heay has seoepted a poeet
tioe with the Duttn Phoplate Cam.
pany at Dutton.
Dr. W. C. Andruss of Willstma is
visiting Rev. and Mrs. Newman.
Mrs. W. H. Plwev t soaen. Willim.
spent Toeda y with fried in GaiNeS-
vili-.
Dr. W. C. Andrues entertained a
party of friends at dinner at the Mag
nolla on Friday, the occask being
hil seventy-ffth birthday. Among the
party were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pear-
aon, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wood. Rer.
and Mrs. H. H. Newman, Mrs. Mario
Smith and Missa lie mith.
Andrew Smith of Mimolpy. who
bas been clerking for Fleming Sa.
has resigued his poslton and accepted
one as clerk for Mr. Crawford at Mica-
Bony.
Mr. Dulin. wife and sm, of Indiana.
who have been here r asoe tim,
left yesterday tar a visit on the Iat
Coast before returning to their hoe.
The young ladies of Archer gave a
Valentine party at the hall Friday
evening. twes'y couples beingla present.
The hall % .i beautifully decorated
with fernu, evergreeins, hearts and
other thing ,sggeauiv.t of the evenilng.
Iihe 'oloir M'-s'e .' behig greiai aid
I'ilik I'ra 'r -ir | ;it ill. atiiJ other
4a I u re. ,-iij J%*dj uiitl tIhe il1ost
W ll(' fI "I ( If t I '. 1'tl9il 1 6 .As
ilt 11tl l t.-j. % 1, h .c. Il*. i-si,- tt1al.g fir
t i lv I trt l ''.t'l! )(PIIgK :. :' ha Itt r.
i'. red a ho;r at all i ri..- ?rutA till
ritll in i n. it I A ,i .til t ai 'li \ '.1II 11.411


took i, tlll II oIn)ti i .1 oit 1WtlI
it* hloill li vo anId arro il I .thAt. v-.a
k*l'cting blh iipartnier for bUplm-r Atf-
ter the gaEISII wer fliihlhed all a-re'
luvited out to a tabl. beautllfull) d-eo(
rated with isllk calidles. hearts and
fluera.. 5hTre the dalltliest of re-
frealhlnletb e re earned. cmiibasitisag of
fruit AslAd oii lettuce r e-. bret4d
and 1uttelr adludwiches, ce creaua aind
takea the' ,eilr beheme being aitied
iout lu the |ptik ice (creaui ewr-d in
pink beartahlaped cups At a lat.,
hour the guts ts left. wNishiig de-.r ouli
lt ValleltilLa a da) would tultu otLli
er tha" once a y)ar
Mr and aIre James Skluutr arM.
vitlasig I Stn Peterburgs thin Week
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