Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01582
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: February 19, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01582
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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Distant Death

day shooting and the little girl. like all
of her ale, was watching him take
the gun from a closet. in some aan-
r the shot gunm. a siagle-barreled
Wsags. of an old pattern, was di-
charged by acideant and the outenta
truck the hild in the right shoulder
0d meak.
T sWt aMd wadding tore an awful
w W aad passed almost immediate
dat. Only ome or two feeble cries
emS f the ltUte girl as she sank
to ft Seer. awards picked her up
*4 easrtid her to a bd, but life was
oea within a fow seconds.
The paMeo were sotled and the o t
UewM btened to the smoen. awards
mUd -M attempt to escape but quiet
I mlbMl0ed to arnst. He Is being
M at tmhe pai station to await
B 4 O N sdomemer's jury.

WASHINGTON. Feb. 18.-Tbe e-
tir owsb of aCosTres wlU be con.
vewed March .IL This date was
ds ly settled yesterday.
Perumal saaouacemet of the date
was made by RmepubUba Ploor Lander
Paye. for the i uteatnMion of t
MHm. He aM b bad been authord-
ed by Mr. Taft to ate thatM the special
Msemal o the S yxt4rt Congress
weM be eased to eomvee on March

"Well" said SmMi "he (Patterso)
was Jt beginning to bob up."
The State objected to any rofereee
to Governor Patterson and was raS-
The next witness was L A. Welch.
a barber at the Tulane Hotel who
shved John D. Sharpe a few days be-
fore the elects. Sharpe was read-
lag Carmek' paper--be editorial
mge--end said:
"The ought to be in
belL" referritn to Carmaek.
- The defense attacked Welch with
visor sad forced him to make some
emstradletlons. As a result a row be-
twe ounsel was narrowly averted.
"Untruth." "-selesataon." and other
terms were hured back and forth.
General Gamer was oa his feet for the
Stato ad Generals Washington and
Meek for the defense. all talking at
once. Jude Hart reoe lato the de-
bate sharply with te assertion that
nay more personalitie wooM bring
painful reelts to those who ,tdulged
ta them.
MIf Mary IaSMtn was called
e amd after telling4 4 the rseark
if Jo D A r that "I.t s COoL Dmn.
seo Ooer sheetisn Senator Car.
mek" -mMI that Marpe was staad
Io with his back to the shooting.
"What next?"
"Bo turned arounm and walked back
with me to the saene of the -hootang
I sad 'Oh Mr. Sharpe. you are not
Jlna a -e yrT asad he said: 'No.
MIn 1he1lisa. I am not.' I aw
AIr aures gathered and others
eaeM. Mr. Sharpe walked over to the
'nOp. steed a minute and then rejoin-
Od m0 I saMd: Mr. Sharpe. is he
deadr His rply was. 'He is.' Then
I was asek and frightened and hurried
away." di4d not recognize CoL
Cooper and Robin Cooper.
"Did Sarpe tara around to see who
s doing the shotlag after you heard
the sdts sad before you asked him
who was abottang"
"No., sir. he did not. He was walk-
ang away from the seee of the shoot-
Sharp Had Abused CarmielL
Mias Sketigton was croseme4anin-
eded very briefly, the defense asking
only If Sharpe might not have turned
and seen the shooting without the
witness seenlag him. The young wo-
man was quite sure that he could not
as she had not taken her eyes from
him as the shot were fired.
Several witnesses testfled as to th.,
location of the body when found, the
nature of the wound, etc.
Finae Revolver Scabbard.
After Miss Lee and Mie*a Itaxter had
given their testimony., Jonie. the un-
d' rtake r. sa re-called liv the de-fetei.
to t-1ll ahat %ae in the Si;.tr..
Ix-cke i lie as, uked to ,e.-rtch ti
overcoat pimkt-t anid hte did so. fligd
*In a ruh'b -r -hi-l I r <' t' tI u. rt fr
thei. barrel of a rew'olver He- ha!d
that he setarcbed the oi-Aketit the da)
of the killiai and fouun oui)l a uadig.s
sine and a pa ler
The State theu asked
"W that *a.-bbard In th.e Ia ket
shen >)ou ot the bod>)"
'It 5a, lo "
"lo did it ,et there?'
"I has.e uo idea'
-Where were the. clothess"
lin a wardrobe lu the undertaking
rooms "
The itate asked at this point that
court adjourn until today, as the proe-
euUta's aeat a itneso was UI. but would
be ao hand today The requst was
compied wish and the sessels eMaed.


Attumice Was CoedatAScsu4oomy

00r~t A& EvelgTedafs Por

2T .F. .UWI sTn

Thursday was a typical Florida day.
the atmospheric conditions being such
as to make It delightful, hence many
attended the sessions of the Florida
Winter Chautauqua at the Taber-
unacle. Those who have witnessed the
exercise so far appreelfte more and
more the high class of attractions
which the management has provided.
and each day seems to grow better.
The program Is the best possible to seo-
cure, and It is thought that the pres-
eat session will prove the most suc-
cessful yet held in Gainesville.
The day's program opened with the
biblical hour in the morning at 9:30
o'clock under direction of Dr. Il W.
Howell. and those present were deeply
interested in the work. Dr. Howell
is a Bible .'holar In every sense the'
word Implies and his remarks and
thoughts upon the teachings of the
Book are highly interesting and in-
Stractive. There is no admission
charged for the Bible study hour. and
all are extended a most cordial Invi-
tation to participate in these services..
At 10:30 a. m. Dr. Carolyn GelKel
gave the second of a series of lec-
tuare and demonstratloms In the
School of Health and Domeetc Se t-
emes. "Fletcherisation and Its Re-
suits" was the subject of this lecture,
and the time allotted to her was eon.
caumed in giving a talks of a very In-
struetive nature on the value of
proper living. This lady never fails
to Interest her hearers, and many at-
tend the morning session to receive

th beneits which
from her teachIngs.

may be derived
Dr. Gelsel stands

without a rival ton America In her line
of work, which has become a leading
feature of all well-ordered Chau-
The lessons and demonstrations In
cooking by Mrs. Emmons were espe-
cially of interest to the ladies. Her
work Thursday was devoted to a
demonstration on Rice. Macaroni, Cut-
lets and Desserts. Much Information
of a helpful nature may be gained by
attending this department.
Mr. Wallace Bruce-Ambury de-
livered his first lecture In the after-
noon. beginning at 3:30 o'clock. and
had the audience with him from the
start. Mr. Bruce-Amsbury is from Chi-
cago, and is one of the best-known
readers and cleverest monologists on
the platform. He is particularly pleas-
ing in his manner of speech. and his
lecture on "Some American Writers
in Prose and Verse" was greatly en-
joyed. lie will appear again this atf
The group of songs rendered i'.
Mrs Ilruct Amabury was erthubi
aatic flly received b) the audli.et-e ,
The regret was expressed by nimn I

that the work of Mrs. Amoury LbWI
be confined to two afternoon perqai,
Those who failed to hear her w A
one of the rarest opportualte" .
has come to music lovers of gabo
ville. She will appear this aftwr
at 3:30.
"'The Chautauqua Story." by W.
Howell at 5 p. m.. was ilstesed f
closely. Ileing directly camnae~t
with the Chautauqua movement a r.
Howell's lectures are always ftd g
interest. furnishing much lafor.sa
of the greatest movement of the -1
for purer and better amusements
The first appearance of the SReM
Male Quartette in the evealag ig
greeted by a large audience. Cham
tauqua-goers anticipated a grand Wt"
mon this occasion and they were a*
diappinlnted. The selections I o
quartstte were splendid. the read-k
and Impersonations by Mr. Bayard T.
Robley all that could be wished gfr.
* Tlheie gentlemen are also on the p&
gTra:n for tonight.
The quartctte was followed W
wonderful moving pictures sad W
treated songs by Prof. Gose sad A
Rartell. bringing to a close a I
successful day's exercises.
The management annouMces t,,
the price of the daily Uckets to b.
Chautauqua will be 35 cets. TMs
tickets are transferable and are ma
for all three entertainments,a lS
included, with the exception of 1
days designated as "Governor OiGm
Day" (Feb. 24.) and "Mrs. Gen. PIdM
Day" (Feb. 2 ). upon which oUiU
the admission will be 75 cents "A
day to all attractions.
Todays Program.
9:30 a. m.-Biblical Hour. Dr. D. V.
10:30 a. m.-School of Health and DI
mestic Science. "The Pathology dt
the Smoke Nuisance." Dr. -00sL
Cooking School; "Food Salts." M
Emmons. An Important lesmms a
the source and function of the bir
ganic mineral salts. DemLoat1:
Methods of Preparing Pru ts
3:00 p. m.-Musical Prelude, Rabb
Male Quartette.
3:30 p. m.-Lecture-Recital: "Did
of Bourbonnis." Mr Wallace BWn
Amsbury. presenting his own pM*,
Solos. Mrs. Loulse Morgan-AUmb1oF"
5:00 p. m.-C I.. 8. C Round TaN%
looksk. what are th'" and wht
shall we do %ith them'" Dr D. W.
8: (m p m Grand Conrert. RKObi
Male Quartette' HReadingKS and I
.wrsonation. Itayard T RobleY.
lowed by Illu.-trated *"s' and M -*
ing Pictures. W. Robtxrt ;, id
Miss M J Ilarte11

House Takes Uip Pro-

hibition Ainendmenefl

W. AS I I NG IT) \X i',Ii I J(Itejtr a tur ui of the ctnl~ibnt"t'4mild "Aft IS
le'ta'iat il'i % ~as 11. -t he 4.tkt oft1-011d ( i hrw tt.r of gejji .*It" j sh
- ititr~at itl 'i ts the. hoiun..hate' te'trel4a 'ri~* sht e-midineut jprionleiital biU "
Wst-iiteii III.'i'Adl (CMId.' bill aMh takeni cif liqurCJI0W(' 1) The~4rd
upt lir'~att 'e*ii uIhro, offeredd vam, ~adug~t.d. 1.9 to 41
lilt aauaeaadmenut agret-d ulu.im b) liojubt- iwg.aker ('mullitIontiok bill Place
l..ade-raw to rt-gulatt- iumte'rriate ishill' the' floor. and '.oted t,... r% ~w
me-tiu of Intoxicating liquor the teamape-rancu 'I
The- anieadusvmut. blim i" i lie- lKmioh-
bill that ipassed the se*nate. rart~ijla, the, Thu aunt ads. dip uWorv fc4O
traasiportka tles hflquors WlAmltittrioate business bMsita ll ether 'kf"
commeretan less216 it I.ws cngued to bW&W-in fact, tbeY "0""
hems s OMe onlmee. "d suamissthe WM basiaes ht t &W5l~
P~ I s 1611011" viably Vhwigo" GO&


C63. 'A cl' THURSDAYni--__

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mdarem sre
iqk, so don't
A kand Buy
ma US.

MWw'. R 0


e a-w w aiftl agnery aa
a le bs -eomry Imapm y ba
M -r a up n WE blmt, and the
vmn Is akhr apedlung their expo
*the ae lw daya. a*
dl ma i eso"L from,
B-B- ath e MW a
bgii mgKn ha so bee" some-
Eto Bel O -r. sad Juditag
*a d the Mmr la which they are
a W inomners e09ery day, it
WV O tW bem a before Jackoavlte

~meaee met we k the com
*- ndo a thed semtlu dcs bu
pay weh a a r*epresaotlvea o
e reed a"m will then4 thei better
"m lts to has. theOu swmus. tev-
ad eSnma oa of -od are being un-
m d every day ad the ace i the
large warehouse is especially Interest-
As IW be eme by their advertise-
mat elsewhere. this company are out
OWr business but solicit orders from
he trade eonly, mad parties doing busl-
mess wth them will *ad their deal-
ags especially pleasant, either with
the presdeat. B. D. Hartasld. or the
secretary. A. B. HartasSeld, who consti
tte the inaMe force for the prem-nt.
bet which will be added to later as
te demand warrants.

"Praude Upon the Public"
is what some physicians has. callk-d
patent medicInes. and it is undoubted-
ly true that some are frauds and -ome
are oven worse. because they are. in
jurloun. On the other hand. there are
many patent medicines such as lydia
R. Pinkham's Vegetable Conipouud.
aad others which are of real worth.
and are recomneaaded by physiitaus
of reaoanised standing.

Inme article that is simply "ia the
war" at yor house might, If adver
u he otd to someone who Is nas
in*sy mokhin WAL
Let a want ad. aegotlate a trade
r -N a ea you o't ddo.
fu *i** 8 on *s



We sdgnery you VwM.
On OEMift d he laon afgt IL


e- e

tl M hNMa I the bL, G Moo atu
oars tabtls, oder dimetaoe of
rgW T. hles.
i, ah 4.-.eady Dir de

sns 0e t,~s.
Yoa have o doubt often wrihed
that m ai me U artist at work
eduieg in Clay the beautiful statu
wy ta adorm our becomes. Ro
ma a amted artst will show
he this in dome at the lectri Thtea
we Ist Meoada night, at whieb time
he wiNl awear for the bOeIt of the
The pleae being shown this week
e wetf af mayeo's attentlo aad
dsM be m. There are some start-
M O M s owna hlsb m each
m 8 IS atGesltve bemeMe atUrely
drmM ps tre are exhibited.

The peum Cores.
The ~~~t Ier of the Hh Schbool
a wil he g ivoe at the
Wstis TTb e a the mlght of the
MA 'vti eartlmimt wil tbe
ow Itgs Cam me hs eempany,.
of maaveasme and eayoms,
mSta i adClay and the piano.
oaf moad"h eof the pae asotee
bS 0' me eatumerlam nt in
govi mgs ame aseds so
fte adwiomeut bare. His en-
Vessl geIeally premncedn
..th un sost moat o .r-
Stle meam perIIrBance M the
ptoam." Itsl to be regretted that
Sanber mes in eammiet with
C:1001t ft l maftbe
110 cbrki ae G"sC empany is
ba ead March 9h; ln J. Beau-
dM. N-u h17th. aad "Roaey's
&W -e time iApi.
01e 0ommimlg tour numbers of the
fe w"W werm s me n mthe
pges a igue to symme, who loves
- bi-- .mmtL Notg bet.-
r Ba a bov bee0 to Galmevife than
IaW. aft sbapW or "Rmeyes


"I WON Memos8m ad Musk fbn 011-
antls a Md eral deMilty, aeO sotf-
fom fom verge I sawe a0" river
to ive t a trial, ad th re-
Swere meet r ml MtAfter U-
a two -ettles I mbe Wamy
t eaNh Onsm sw lins s umem l
a Mtoni I ni oum ar3ad iu,
OLM" M""e oase.sb. as r snw .
olat Chr, KlSgetmo, N. C.
1ll is et a mpatea me et*--bmt a
preparation compose the medleisa
elements of cods' livers, combiMed with
a task I ron ard wine. Vinol creates
a beary appetite, tones up the oranas
of digestion and makes rich. red blood.
Is this natural manner, Viaol creates
strength for the run-down. over-
worked and debilitated, and for del1-
sato children arnd old people. For
ebroale coughs, colds and bromehitis
Vinol Is unneelletL
All each persons I this vicinlty are
@sW to try Vinol on our offer to re-
I fnd their me y It it falls to give at-
W. M JOHNSON, Druggst.

Ceonall Shold Tael Some Action
*m Claying of Streets.
The attention of the street commit-
te is again directed to the clay and
and being placed on what few rocked
streets we have In the city. Numer-
ous people have complained that It is
a waste of time and money to repair
I the holes in this manner, especially
where the work has heretofore been
dome with rock. Heavy travel is al-
ways apparent oa the streets where
this material Ia now being put down.
and In wet weather It will be a sight
and "mess" to behold. If this class
of material Is to be used. place It in
the outskirts of the city where traffle
is not so heavy and where It will
have some dralaige, Instead of iada-
cenost to the square.
The rocked streets should be re-
paired with rock. even If only a ver)
few of them ngt attention. in prefer-
ese to place clay over an old rock
foadatm whichld prevents the water
from being drained off them. and
maBy people coated that they are
better of not ixed at al than in this
C. IL Kluer. the Jeweler. 1W0 VIr I
sds avese. a Ind. writes:
I ws ao veak from kidney trouble
that I could hardly walk a hundred
feet. Pour bottles of Foley's Kidney
Remedy cleared my complexion, cured
my backache ad the isrre lareiti
diaappared, andt I cam now attend to
busiMne every day, and recommend,
Poley's Kidney Remedy to all suffer
sra as It q d me after the doctors
ea ether remedies had talked." J. W.
MeColum & Co.

SYe haae lest or beand aaytbh
bD aet 6al to keem yoar ae na te
doen1id advertiamg f lem .

The Original Homrn' Mitntrels. which
will be presented at The New Baird
They're on next Tuesday .tvning for
the bcnrfit of the Guards. Is attracting
considerable attention around the
streEts and all interest seeiins% to b6
centered that way.
Owing to the very prominent p.Il-
tlons of some of te participants, the
house will probably be the largest ever
witnessed In Ualnesvllle. Besides,.
Manager rales says the bunch is a
"live one" and to see Just what these
old gentlemen can do is a show within
"Coming Robin Hood" will be among
the musical numbers, also "The Auto-
mobile Boy," from the musical comedy.
"PEUt. Pofte. Pooh.'
The Brt-part will be an entirely
new and novel setting, a regular spec-
tacular beauty-the home-oming of
the U. 8. naval boys from the voyage
around the world.
The comedy after-part. "A Dollar for
a Kiss." Is guaranteed a laugh-pro-
ducer, and the citizens generally will
be Informed of the entire caste and
general program of toe performance
in next Sunday's issue.

Sa Nights "e a You Please" Race.
How many tired fathers and moth-
era nl this town enter this race every
aight carrying a baby? And they
wonder what the matter is. Chance.-
are the child Is starvlng-worms are
eatuna all of its food. Most ebildren
have worms-yours needn't. Wbhite't
Cream Vermifuge will get rid of thf
worms and strengthen the child. Price
I cuts per bottle Sold by W. M

Notice of Adoption of School Books.
Notice is hereby given that on the
ith day of April. 1909. the Board of
Public Instruction of Alachua county
will adopt a uniform emsystem of school
books to be used in the public schools
of aid county for 'the ensuing Ave
years. All interested parties are
wUtfod to be present at said meet-

By order of the Board this Fe
ruary 3rd. 190. R. B. WEEKS.
Chm's. B. P. I. Alachua County
Attest: J. L KELEY, Bec'y.

Hieks' CAPUDINK Curse Sick Head.
Also Nervous Headache. Travelers'
Headache and aclhes from Grip. 8tom-
ach Troubles or Female troubles.
Try Capudine-It's liquid-efects Im-
mdlrtely. Uold b dr sta.








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Naval eyos.



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WmUWUV .&&waded to


as" the wmob 0" egs#~.

reds, Cakeso

Having repaired and movabd -
Bakery, we am now pmpaued In
you excellent smrvicee. Have ow ume
goa top at your door evnry mmb

R. T. Schalmr, Prop. Phase i


Secuod Cardd


Come an I look them owr. We anS
th pri, e to suit the animaL
All flrt-cas stock.

Davis & Oliver
upry, Sa, Few fso




Largest Stock of Men's Clothing




Suits, Overcoats and Raincoats

8$1.00 to $13.50 815.80 to $1i.010 20.00 to 325.00


$6.95 $10.00 $15.00

B. H. LEVY, MO. & CO.

















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S5a Lasrn-d of Man's
1 Alea lte Enid His

ras w aved tho e city
4 1* death by suicdde of
Oe m of Heaton, who
iam t in Levy county.
received here was
atk two brothers were
i nan out-ofthe-wAVw
m them bad been sick
o% but the other had
day a would oca-ee-
a the choose to wait
IL But last Tu ,aay ha
So Visual In coming to his
Whoe be arrv4.d, how.
to his brother.
with a jag of water
gapp e, wh ich he after-
and was found dead
aO sftowing day.
"m e gd hbe learned for the
a his sick brother was
fUsdeIsath bfor many hoars.
igEoh- lihave taken charge
-N im ad are doing what
Ur his relief. They assisted
Vil t his brother.
ia that their names were
i reporter could learn lit-
that they had resided there
ge while.


SPiram Was Arranged by
Les l W. C. T. U.
Ms. El zafmeth Smith.)

A rWs Meeting held at the
at Mrs. C. H. Coles Mon-
took the form of a
inMleal service, and about
werM present to honor the
of this noble woman who
a woadertful work In this
SMhe was with us. The
wU In charge of Mrs. J. D.
m09Was very interesting, as it
M Iibdmts in Miss Willard's
M happy life.

s--'ek of Ages."
O1 Ps.-Reading and pray-

lty. Mrs. Taylor.
Otllld was taken from Miss
bo0k entitled "Fifty Years
d" 1, tells what a blessed
It is to be well born and
10 oe a welcome child. Her
.I s said to her: "Frank.
SIM, thank heaven you were
!* U child." and it surely show-
l6 beNauh her beautiful life.
SMeather's Experience in the
ot Children." Mrs. Webster.
f aQ"V she says, "teach your
lt be truthful. Don't regard
ela u a mere animal, to be
1 Bthed. It needs sympathy
iy. It smiles back your love
m1 &ly a few weeks old. The
SIefulness and kindness can-
1 Ii 0 early impressed. Try to
Sa teder conscience, a dell-
SUnastlveness toward risht and
Slr These are only a few of the"
1 0hg5 she tells, but it Ishows
Na help that grad old mother
fL-be been all her life.
P i -tled "France. El. Will-
t" M s. Rogers
f o 1f Health Mrs. Patlrr.-a.
; wu IUilad. didiht s'lt In lak
* medicine. but rather Inl
| lthemselMles so they would
8 Ule It The follow liug are' sotie
* y "Ooldeu Ituhi of lHealth '
lr hAod. mo>,tly of ~egetlablhes.
o( hleip.. a lth early hours for

W arm, head cool. and noth-
Ib-f 1 tight Just as much fr.eshh
{S Lll4Bibie. on ly let frtah air and
mu Leu t i,, ,

ilb^ 0 ..cofftee for children.. no al
rtrik fur an Ibody.
I truth, and wind yuur ,pa

l^te1111t to Fra 3 \ %Willard -Mrs

0liphkal kei tiic utf her llfa-
-"All Ruuad thc World, the
WMt s To Wled "
: m".

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

iW Th M W M

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

N 7

Emerson. and took this verse as a
motto through life:
I1 pray the prayer of Plato old.
Oh, make me beautiful within.
And make mine eyes the good behold
in everything save sin."
The ladies of the Union gave a ris-
Ing vote of thanksa to the ministers of
the city who preached such grand
temperance sermons on Sunday last.
after which dainty refreshments
were served in the shape of fruit,
hash and wafers. As it Is ever the
case, the refreshments seemed to
loom.n the tongues, and a pleasant so-
cial half hour was spent welcoming
the strangers and making all feel at
home, as we ever wish them to feel.

LOCHLOOSA. Feb. 18.-Mr. Ze-b
Saunders. our game warden of Haw-
thorn, was down looking after busl-
neis Saturday.
Miss Alma Watson, one of Island
Grove's charming young ladies, and
Miss May Haymans spent Sunday In
C. J. Johnson and son, Waldo, of
Geneo, FIa.. spent a few days last
week with his son, C. T. Johnson.
agent of the Seaboard.
W. W. Brown, sawmill operator,
has again started his mill running at
this place.
The truck growers of tils section
are buhy this week planting the bulk
of their bean crop. although some
have beans up and growing nicely.
Mrs. S. C. Haymanu is laid up with
a boIefellon on her hand.
The citizlenst of Lochloosa. Island
Groue and Fort McCoy enjoyed them-
selves at a flsh fry gi ,n here Situr-
day, Ftbruary 13th. A large crowd
was present and the day was made
famous by the many launch rides
taken on the beautiful lake Eery-
iudy departed holing they could wx)n
enjoy themtblvete at another fiSh fry
Foley's Orino LAxative cures consti-
pation and liver trouble and makes
the bowels healthy and regular. Orino
is superior to pills and tablets as it
does not gripe or nauseate. Why take
anything elsie? J. W. McCullum & Co
The Dear Friends.
Vaudt'vl'lh. I. 1 .-'r W hl 'n d41 ."'U
go onU Vu i.' vilt" $tTat .r l ftf'r
the tranlbe.l i.t" V.ijh.' lll lr-'h r
(; l,..dn I.nI" n h ItS lht e u ailaz '.her



Their Good Time.
Little Elsl* was very disobedleat
and mother w s croms and colding.
Suddenly tbe little oie looked up and
said very sieetly. "Ob. mamma, ain't
we having a good time'*"
"llowy' askedtlthe tuotbher crossly.
**Oh. Just s-fussing."-DeIlneator.
A Mechanical Age.
"What has tleonwe of tBe old fash-
lIlled milthir lhou sat uj tu see at
what hour her lmoys got in?"
"* i re-hunw sie htas be n sulprseded

tr tip %. ir% ilie t,,.11411 t'' Or Jim P, :' by a lina 'it K.-lanos*s thy Jour-

PILIES CURIED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. A i'ititii'i danuge~r jroduceis uiaistim
uA7.0 OUNTSIL'NT is guaranteed to Ity LatinVii i'r~ipr
reaby Can#$of ~ltvil. wilizd. SbclvfrTeHn&i uvf,
iloedilud or Protrudinig Putin 11 6to $t~ri u IeSnad~f
14 dabs or uitineY rutunded 60v yojur cditticIn the pi&anowtoonts

[Doe's 1mA~. Cothe Blair

MW t0& to vur dd A.it. i1~asugsi~re
id. fib. ~ h 5le ~ M' '~ ~ Ii eA.i

Never a WedcomelVitr

Ilei'fire fiewl)4

always comesH

u ne xpectedly-her today,
there tomorrow. The un-
Tertainty of his vias t
makes,. it imperative to be
Always prepared. Thbm-
fore we wish to favor you
\\iti. *the reminder thei
\ aike- it our businei
i,, -.*** tliat all who wia
:;ir-t -(!.-- iIturunit e oal
.' I \\t ith,,ut iloOlu v
,,:, ,, ,, tr,,ubll t W e
.1 ,. ,,lIi.lld4 Iother

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(fyMrs.HrT Fliztth Snith m
Mrs. I. E itailhey of Ne. York City.
one of the National W. C. T. I. lee-
turrs. Fsl-lit a few hours in the city TLS
yesterdayy, the gueAt of our president.
Mra. L. L. Sandhorn She is working
In towns where they need stirring up. L ls
but our fair city is considered capa-
ble of standing alone, and every-
where I hear the remark from out- One of the maet vIaube a I M m f
side: "Gainesville is a moral town." of Oeur srviee. too w r I and sentry, w a le lnlsem io p
I pray it tay be worthy the name. the pubi aiely Isa er s -- Mw K K lthe dhe O
but we can improve still. We have tls wlth the eulsve lt e WVdieaei 21M
great reason to feel proud of Galnes- ilew f the Aimerfeen Telepheoe ad ly by remof e O elsee
ville, our lovely Inland city. Telegraph Cempmay -ad the ether a~ array ngemet bea e g o M
Several Northern tourists stopping s l Tltophe o phe e peM Is Nt tll s t 1
In Galneville took In the Tampa Fair Weem theumsas o misa e a oN "ds a a pbqelm
last week. and all were delighted. d&itM> I emo II ts hesm a Mw"a t es o *e a be a o
It was really a great revelatiUo to wIsadme m a 11
them of what this wonderful State of nM anIt amy, w p s p e e I s
PFlorid can do. The exhibits are w ithl 11Wasat n ato y ~r Tlhy fT Viw agm of O 011
fine. and Alachua county Is well to No whlh a Sell T elephess sm Is Ils tee ^5 iB
the froet. Some of the counes hayve ep Med. deNy I n won eMVi
gone to a great dealJ 6 work h- Tm le" ad""f losw low pea y -the h k-m% 1 ot
tag their exhibits attractive. Hills- mat mode rn ad improved WMws i l e In l w~e a of We
borough has a map about twentyI4ve W* t an awd we mela ed t a a l ~ he Ise Is *mt In
feet square of the county. The water 4" Of 8 1asy. TM ION -M% GM al
is made of the Spanish moss and the
land of oranges. Some of the south-
era counties had wonderful exhibits of
citrus frilts and vegetables. The wo.
man's binding is fine. also poultry ex-
hibit and stock. One could spend sev-
eral days very profitably In the main a ii Islegraiji I
building. At the booth where tea and 3|W
coffee were demonstrated one had a
treat, and everyone was so ktand and
made one feel It was a great pleasure i_ A.
to serve you. The people of Plorida
may well be proud of their State
Fair and the ten days' limit gives one -
an opportunity to see the city of
Tampa. which is so rapidly Improving, G. erc a t
also to take In the trip to Passa Grille.
down the lovely Manatee to Bralden- Al 1 gO aiMd JaMNg I
town, and across the lovely Tampa .
bay to St Petersborg, and take the Staple and Fancy Crocerles
beautiful street-car ride through
orange groves that even now are well Grnti, Goardq % W &Ad 9il IN
laden with fruit. SOUTY -D9 S&UARM -i .A. .U LM. L
Mis De0 -r ue0s. sm
In a volume published In Loadau. H10"i market pries p -tr g l Chad~ e P1111d 111
"Pecadilly to Pall Mall." there is this :
queer anecdote of the vagaries of so- A Couplea osk O 1n Om5 0 2" ~. t M 1 '
clal life in the capital: Some year ago Sae Meal Mad R we. We ha owdly I w VA l S
an eminent personage accepted or 1ug- at L e Prtea A" ga
gested a dinner with a certain millio-
airm, at that time Comparatively urn-
known. The rst guest to arrive hav-
Ing explained to the butler that, betag
unacquainted with his hobt, ha would -
wait till some one else came who could I
lAtroduce him lingered in the hall
The second was tn the im e predica-
ment. as were the thirdnL fourth, Bfth b-9
and other guests up to the ninth, who
chanced to be "the eminent persesase"
himself. Upon the dilemma being ex- l -
platnaed to himb he cheerfully ad: "Oh, w
come along with me! I will latrodae
you all. I know him."

There are dogs and dols, but not all
dogs ate fitted for clown work In theO L L M
crcu or a dog and pony ahow. Clown -- Wed j
dogs are a sure* of great amusement
with the children, and whom a pOp is T 4
found which has a keen sense of the
ridiculous be is the one for the saw-
dust ring. tSometlmes pups of no par-
ticular breed are found which fil the 35TlIE S. JORDAN. W W*
bill for harleqluin roles, and the circus C O M P A Nf

ma" s ldt Wh JORDAN & COMPANY

That's the way you feel about the
lungs when you have a hacking cough PO Bl O "
It's foolihneuss to let it go on and S
trust to luck to get over it. when Bal _____-
lard's Horehound Syrup will stop the
cough and heal the lungs. Price lIt
sand $l1.00 per bottle. Sold by W. Fire, Life and Accident 5gI
M. Johsons.


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Mat te e9 sad oum amd other ads-
abr Werae re" ~ a n r a.t c **-

The enatainr began i(e bead of
the stream and built out from the old
shore to the location of the red line
tramsverle dikes. ground sillls-ordi-
mary cetractUoo works. Sometlumea
whe they mamed to be needed they
baUt leos parallel dikes exactly oa the
aew red line. Sometimes they wove
hbadles and revetmeat mattressee of
willow brush. muchb as we do at bowe.
sad sunk them on bars between the
tps of the tranaverse dikes. and then
mo the top of them se t up uprigbi
sticks and were "wattle" or basket
tfoace of willow thbmuh them to make.
pea. and Inato these piled sand dredg
ed frum the stt au. to build up tbrh
shore. Mile by muie they advanced.
dredgig the river or lelting It dredge
UIself, lesavimg to etids e(me to ravre!
out. gradualUy rodudiiij the rhier to ani
even shlj asud urrent Btetua Tranj

uPoley' Honey sad Tar ileard thu air
pasages. stops the Irritation lan the
thrOst, auothae the lunfiuad meui.
bmoAes. and the must obstinate eouhl
aasxr. Bore. a4d inflamed lun.,
I*W aL L4 strunthoeod. d thW,
Slad is elspllt from the system. Re
ta se but the gouea* in th rel
low e a J. W. MeColuam 6 .

to support a heavy estah tak me."-


J. W. MoCollum A Co. Sell the Great
Remedy That Cured Mrs. Karberg.

Here is a very simple yet wholly
sincere statement of a Michigan wo-
man, who was cured by using Hyoniel
-the no cure no pay remedy fur ca-
tarrh. asthma, hay fever, croup, cough-
and colds:
"A bad case of catarrh was cured
for me by the use of Hyomel. The
trouble affected my head. nose and
eyes. and was very annoying and dis-
agreeable, and the cure, from the use
of Hyomel, was very gratifying. Hy-
omel has from me a strong recom-
mend aud endorsement "-.Mru E
Karberg, 213 Kingsley street, Ann
Arbor. Mich.. Nov. 16. l]o8.

Thousands of Just such letters are
in existence, and thousands more
would be but for the desire to avoid
publicity. If you have catarrh, be-
stiUr yourself. and drive It out of your
system. Kill the germs. You can do
that easily if you use 1HyoUel (pro-
nounced Higho-me )

It is a dry. antiseptic and very ihleas
;':t r. that when inhaled quickly re-
leves all forms of catarrhal inflam-
usation. stoupls uffles. haukinig and
blowing. The price for a (uomIplete
outfit. Iin'ludling inhaler. l only $1 at J. W MCt'ullumu & C'u a, corner lE
Main and U'nion streets


Sres DMesa.

SO cmoo. 6p hb"at






h Iw bMsru, FntCbsus Htel at Mier l
Steam Heat, Gas and Electrie Lights. Centrally
ILocated. Service Guaranteed.




It pays the farmer to plant only the lest. It's s
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good.'

k Seeds m e bMpuotib of lekig qPn I a


We are now booking orders for Pea anmd other amnalle W I
will be glail to mend )<)u Iritce on requt. -.


TIll (ot'o N WILL No r 1 : (;,,,aI Ati;: F 2 1t

Bush & Safford The Gainesville 5






I T h i s C o o i lua a ~ w a sy i M m. a t a t T h e % iu n ci i a e .r a t&I t 'i -e *Iw o
At1 4ectIef- d With U c itwie %(Y~T~t NtVx~d i' r i Lv)~"~

Will Man simply think Off there Pe.
A Preneb statist,. la. who baa been
tafdrint the military sod other Fee. g-i
ordMa Ith a view of determinnat the -WIlLESALE
blelrt of men at different peridas has
reached o"w wGocwlrful rnltGa.
He has not only mh'lvd ,n son wr-
plexin pirohlema In remrd to the. p st
of the human rare. Imt IN sl aiensitled
to calnhulate Its future and to deter Gor i
mine the exact period when man will
disappear from the earth. T( T T A I :
The recorded facts extend over near
ly three cnturin. NO O rderToo Large
It it found thnt In 1110 the avera e
hel-t of man In. Europe w ,a.s 1.7 me- 0W) F U215 *E- MIE MLL F
teroI. (W. say. are feet nine In,.he-. In
1790 It was five feet tx ilhes. ID -n
S 10 It was fire feet fre IInches and a For City Marshal. -^ n^
fracthien. At the present time it a Misr l .
fre feet tree and tlree-qarterilwths. To the Voters of the City of Gaine.s-
It la easy to deduce from thiwe figure. vrle: F Inenr1iii4
a rate of regular and gradual decline ; am a candidate for City Marshal.
Ia bumsa stature and then api-ly this. for re-election on April 13. I have
working backward and forward, to the served the people faithfully and effl Al
past and to the future. By this ralku- ciSntly, night and day, and my record
ktion It it determined that the stature is open for Inspection.
of averaged of a.ttea t te:* I a. If my service during the past year
.Tirly. tbe were gIlants .rtb bas been satisfactory I ask the sup-
t thowe days. The race had already port and vote of each and every citl. B.R. ( olmn, PgU
detriorated Ia the days of Og. and sm who Is qualified. I can oqgy J. W. Blascing, Vkie-t
Gollath was a quite degenerate off- promise the same service as I have R. C. Boweris, .T
spring at the giants. Coming down to endeavored to give In the past.
later tra we ind that at the begit- Yours for order,
afn or ersna thw average beAht of BEN T. ARNOW. This company has erved as
Ca- wag m feet, and It the time o of Alachas county for may* as
Imalbelma t the mest faet eigt I take this method of Informing the ter of a century in conma g
smt e this acentete study comes from public that I am a ,npdid4te for City
a* applicatio of the aaeam iezorable Marshal at the election to he held on
law of dlminutlon to the futue. The April 13, 1909. I respectfully solicit LA ND TITL
ealulatin how that by the year the support of all voters, Irrespective
4000 A. D. the stature of the atveMl of pa"ty affiliation, and promise to manl ar fully prepared to -
maN wil be reduced to fttees t1be1i. faithfully and Impartially discharge plete information touehlfag p
At that qpo' there will be only 1ira- the duties of the office should I be Complete set of books patgd
patias on the earL. And the Ceoa-
e at of the learne4 statitletilan elected. Respectfully,
'reelatible that the end of the world CHAS. C. WARREN. f I m ggu
will certainly arrive, for the Inhabit- IT LE |U
aat will have become ao small that I respectfully samoumce myself a
they will finally dineppear"-"filnih by candidate for the office of City Mar-.
dis ppeamrng." as the Prvch Idiom ex- shal. to be voted for at the election a
presees It-"from the temren:iitglobe." on April 13. 1 It elected I will N
-London Tit-PI*s fathfully discharge the duties of the. O Ule
...... oBce without fear or favor. I re- R
HMat as Aitd ft Mathameny. spectully solicit the votes of all. Ir-
the ehoie of a bat as s e ftabout the resc. tivofD mS SU
choice e a hsbeamd." The celebrated CHAS. M. DEU.
author who uttered this dictu may my S IUIl 1
have exaggerated a little, bat not Hamlet
much. And allow me. a woman, to Had melancholy, probably caused by CI r i
tell you solema men whom I ee a eer- an Inactive liver. A bad liver makes
la at athe "m*fvoty" of my x that on cross and Irritable, causes mental 0 g Lbu
ettea the cleverest among you chooA esa 0 an p y | ^e.re-si and m ay re-
a wift frs no better reason than that and Physialdprels and may rei-n
the woman thus selected has herself alt disastrously. Ballard's Herbine AI-II-J, *
cheese a becoming bhat!-Mme. C. De Is acknowledged to be the perfect liver
Brotemlle a t Grad Masaine. regulator. If you're blue and out of
sorts, let a bottle today. A positive
aekin RSesef. care for bilious headache., constip-
Darky (boardin a traln--I heard tiom- chills and fever and all liver
%bout youh wife dyin'. Jim. Whar yo-' implants. Sold by W. M. Johnson. t Mn
wwlme nowt ?it KL n
Ts off to join de Mormons. Hit If it's printed stioMer7 you want. IU masgI
keeps eme woman bhustlin' too much The Bau oce 9 t the place to get It.


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bo"Alrf ien iy re tit ex
a* the rsited tater. pe-talge
2.WPi m 'z, ree ,
gt w.e weekly strictlyy In

i( tom le'lnt*'9tf re A'"1 r
gosd Otsfr'f iach :cd.it'onal
Sdyvrtiing evide ki-wn on

bghed Ievery Mont,..y ndt
tgl i all the sews of the
Issued mineral. and will be
IMai *oaay part( the Ur.ited
I ar s Syear-.4a advance.
6w" become due after mst
g # iemebt, sasen otherwise
par-tie sat knows to us
ta Sy feir advertising ia ad-

h bopmes Taft will sweep

bouad." The battle-
A allthe homestretch.
lom- re said to be fOne.
peelings are pretty

af Presidential automobile
e ll ext will be a horseless

md to have been cured,
malign growth has

.l ead a President-elect to
ator steak, but you
Mm at it.

~vgge Mr. Taft moves In Mr.
i wl set off a few more fire-
BitS e White House reserva-

V'g of the high cost of living
be a good time to test the
u getting up from the table

Maas es gun seems to be a
bat what Is most needed is
t h will be harmless when

Senator Newlands' pro-
a white may's country wil
ill m eesre support of Sena-

tallt becomes a guest of the
Club It is expected that no
Slremwarks about that boat
WI Yiale will be made.

i .i' have given the prop'1ctis e
l a momentary iho i ltl li on the headline announc-
!11 Taft will lean on Knox.
Sl t contentment is but an-
nsem for lanes, Hlie who Is
to Mhe a ahlftle'ss.i unamnbl-
iB einm day to day is not really
SWhat he inistakes for
S iBty is nothing more than a
et bros and ambition. The real-
b ..ed man is he who whilh
I- -plaint y't .eks 10 ad-
I 8a d better h|e condition
i the pected and by no n. ans de-
- -t seems to be thre'at,.ihigK
L *1jen Cities" started in Enigland
[' I- last f'w y,.'urs Faddlta'

Mdebs appmar to te making thilr
II theiL. etchworth. ine of th,'
SOf( these ci


l I. L f, C ( cc ll. I i ..t ,I cii ? ,
*"I'eo A -:. o i&ti 'III l i, ( ili., rI ill ;.
'. I, Ig;>ini r, i\ d t40! !. from i 'hI l.p
\\V rle'ill. l'i'' ~ lhii o th*. Ne.w Or
'r 3i nl i'l ie ,'i" .it I I l ,I. o n A I w i
I 'i:tic i.4 ;zatiiev wa tiel. iralil e l to
1Mr W\'ri.'in after a few houlirs of in-
e t igaKt mii. HII re, Is the nies.ags'
from. New Orais.:
"'re.ss dispatches stated that sing-
ing of 'i)ixie' In public schools on Lin-
coln day has been forbidden as an
act of Ireasom. If Chicago wishes to
make any progress In the South, take
it as a timely, friendly bit of advice.
have that order rescinded and get rid
of the head of the school system that
issued any such orders."
Mr. Hall In his answer said that
"Dixie" remained on the musical prom
gram; that there had been no order
removing it, and that "President
Woodrow Wilson of Princeton, a
Southerner, is to be the principal
speaker of the celebration, and other
prominent Southerners will partici-
pate." ---
Washington, Feb. 6.-Joseph Nim-
mo, Jr., one of the few surviving
close personal friends of Abraham
Lincoln, took Issue today with a
statement appearing in a local paper
that President Schneider of the Chi-
cago board of education has forbidden
the singing of "Dixie' at the Lincoln
centennial as "treason."
*'This I am prepared to deny from
my personal experience," said Mr.
Nimmo. "Early one morning in the
month of April. 1,6I. the news reach-
ed Washington that Richmond had
been evacuated. There was a rush to
the White House. led by a band. I
accompanied the crowd. Soon Mr.
Lincoln appeared at the window over
the front entrance. He replied to the
demand for a speech. I well relwena-
her his closing surds, which were as
follow :
There is a song or a tune which
I used to hear with great pleasure
before the war, but our friends across
the river have appropriated it to their
use during the last four years. It is
the tune called 'Dixie." but I think
we have captured It. At any rate. 1
conferred with the Attorney-General
this morning, and he expressed the
opinion that ")ixie" may fairly be
regarded as captured property. So
I shall be glad to hear "Dixie" by the
"Ever since then 'Dixie' has been
re'garled as a national air beloved by
the i|'ople of the North and of the
South. The tune of I)ixie" %as comn
posed by Dan Emmett. a Northern
man, who wrote the words and music.
For years before the Aar it was ung
at the' North and at the South, and
it will remain for all time a truly
national song. made s o by the good-
nature'd humor of Abraham Liicol "."

Not eiry luan w he i.- diligent in
bt-ine.I it.iss make's a (ii e:., )f that bu.i-
I1.'H. Malny p,',1ee pl ar dlliK'nt o ecr
trifl'-, and igliore th:it which ic im-
portatllli S sten' clicliltrat ionl and
thoroullt ii ,..4 liinu.t characterii g*elic if te't reults are to be ob-
tlail rd

Beware of Ointment for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury

fl with Muffragists, aail-uffrag- as mercury %ill surely destroy the
it--tbobacconiit1, anti vacillnation seii- e of -ll aind rc(pll' lte'ly d.ranig.
MU -iviseltionliint socialists. the I le t ,,I -t. ,) wh.li ient.rillK I
fruitarian., and a ho it of through the lmucouS surfaces Such
S wUely there call lit' mi mo- article should never be u.sed except
l life waherei but h ( toi (. dtioii on o pre'.criplton s from reliutule -i) 1
claii-. a the daimage- they ill (dc. 1
(tei felhi to the good )uu cau ptj-lLbl)
rt (tolu th'r rthihl,u basis for derite from the in. ll Ca,:irrh
t tI rie tl ouia l. it tIe ('ure, lmla ufa. tul '.1 |,. I J ('Ch', l y
i t ti l h l !.. lile ,, t i, lii & ('Sit, ltl.c. () 'i. ceii talh, ne lee l
it it Bitt. liii 'l,,ilea hii i ;.i.e ciry. a, i. l, t k. Ii lt. rinuall,. .et i .
S _l rhiO Ih,.e I wl. It aI u-u.,I dir,. tl) ui i. Ih- .Il 0, ,-1 ,LIit u t u-
l _i i lu t 1 I *. t of it .. lartl f.urt. of tl.,"- ftt I.e l II, It Iui h
l b n116ott Aiin riAl.,i t l .iali C('tarrh ( ulv b* iture )(u gt I
llh l tll r> uBd l ) 1 1 : i ,, 14.1i th. tg e iui"* it i lik, i t lu ,r iill]
Sl hol lot of oIL'r ailmhiit 'and id ili ToledI O'iti. by t. J
S Thb t ,iu l e. IaL It Chei y .& (Co T".e itliltiatl. fre'.
"I v bs whiLch m l take, li r,. Sold by all druggtats rt 7'C ljwr
frou thei llu Ui f e., 4a t.'t, I tl tle
t* lch to their talue k th. ia '! Take Hall l'a Family Pills t eauti-
t *a h & Ms ., -'-

lteferring to the re'|wrt that the
Chicago authoritl.'u had forblidel< th. '
hlixilig of DIitx In the pulilic
chooml of that city during the c,,l,,r:i-
ion of lincoln's birthday. a rfndoer
of The' un has handed u th Ing cllpling making iiiit he d,.ental
of stich :ictif:ii
Chicag)o. Feb.h 6.-1Di all.d authir.-
I|z'"1 or \ ne ( i ',;,. :!t i;il r oIi in;
'Chicago forllidl ai ai ;at ( of tre- at -u
tli' .tiltiieg of lA ill he. pi1i1 lie
-1 heic)l- ilan..; l..iniol < ic t.i
trIu e.' No p. r, oin did.

"I boe'.%Ponmoff*# e'aveau .few I66MS& mmfa
whicb' I he%". t-pa aghi-c'te- urevrOwe aty rem@
eas IcBS~ i& say vS ivojog'
6:~e 1h sw te v-ei eeverr
batga&bey w rat" w*1 Oiai.3.idle
ldlo-mlft~ -(

P.a ect s" tPale PieeS Teas.otoof 0. Do"O
3e.~r b 0 ~'e'a.rec F4e#f..i. 16% 2-W ov
Sterling Rrcv.edy Co.. CbhACcao rN.V

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The. Ilntltimore N*ws aNo" "(;reat
milr.' thbl. Th re,, ill te. In W ah-
ington now In a few days .itcral
hundred nui.n ho a ll"-',,, thcv art,
ideally fit for itny job under the Gov-
*rnilt'nt-IrOt ided It pal' a alar
a:d a nm.ini.y mor r' ail to move In
6f there, allpears to be anything do

S T'i- rtilad. '; hia i It, cord !ivs.
I l-tirh p (:pre-er .saxs 't s 't Iita..,' ci, i b i e
,>ll. gIowd an Fc ie'ty. T". h-ie -a!-
, tli 1|rl,:i f Shake ire' ; 'to hell. it-
Ite re,. tl.*, mirror upI to iittrir. I t
-I: ,\ ,.rti' he r r oi fi .atiir'-. -e c riin
l>,er o) n ini iti -,a. dII I th. r,,r.% izi, ill
,, f t or ti n d it -,r
iur. T!:h li. ,i'f th'it ol'bitaiin 4 on>
the-' -tar:i k ie ,,vial a rf l'ctit'in of tlhe
.I c i -*. tl.it exists off the' stag \V.
nlv'-t Il'gKi anll u'ninc 'nt by ttini l ding

The San Franci.;co Call says: "The-
,luestton of Japanese immigration In
not pressing. It Is in process of ad-
Jurtment by diplomatic means, and It
li the part of wisdom and sobriety of
action to give that policy a fair and
reasonable trial. The steamship llnes
terminating In American ports are
bringing few Japanese laborers. If
they are coming In from Mexico and
Canada, as some people declare and
others deny, that is a matter of proof
after investigation. It is not as If
the Japanese were coming to this
country at the rate of 1,000 or 10,000
a month. If the Japanese are Alter-
Ing across the borders that can 'to
stopped. We are all agreed to Cali-
fornia that we must have Japanese
exclusion, in one shape or another,
and it should be obvious that this
qu stice dwarfs all others."
The Cincinnati Enquirersays: "Not
since the beginning of the Govern- T
ment have the decisions of the su- T
preme court been more Important,
nor far-reaching In their effects than
those rendered during the last twelve
months. They clearly establish the
line beyond which corporatlos can-
not legally go. They as clearly e- Lmve 0
fine the rights of those corporations 0
which must be respected. The Su- PIturnii
preme Court of the United States
stands today higher In the estima- Leave Q
taon of all the people of the United L
States than it has ever done, because, lettifp
the people of today have a keener
sense of justice, a deeper conviction
of what is right and true than existed A. L I
in the operations which preceded
them. life and property were never
so secure in this country nor In the
world at larw as they are at this very

The members of the nudity club or
cult started a short time ago to Ber-
lin. &d who in their homes and In
private places wear no clothes, will
either soon return to their senses and
clothe themselves again or else they
will lapse Into immoral practice and
be dealt with by the authorities. One
or the other is the experience of all
such movements.
Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds that
may develop into pneumonia over t
night are quickly cured by Foley's
Honey and Tar, and it soothes In.i Tic
ed membranes, heaols the lungs, and an(
expels the cold from the system J. O
W. McCollum & Co. n


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In Which a Resident of Alachua County W

he Award a Beautiful Howard Piano, and II.




The Buh & Saffrd Piano Co., Sole Repe

setatives of The R. S. Howard Co. of MiMmL

The Contest to he

Behaf of Bush & Safford.


One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will begiven to the pers
redding in the County of Alachua who receives the high
number d votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p.m.

April 15th, 1909

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In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano.

Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
Due Bills, same to be used
These due bills will be

given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To di Ins re '_ mrt .. 6 ftNO Wsb. a AhW fw er f r.......$ ,SM
To M/I f sud I- u*at m W -e su ab w fr" fmor ...... ...S17L0
To inut da r M b at ueb, a IM M f i* tr.......- ... 1M0
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anyore
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.

How and Where to Get

The following merchants will give one vote
lor every cent paid into their establishment for
oeds which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phifer reeo.
Hyde & Tench.
Where VtnMay Be Cast
Ballot boxe .will be found in the establh.b-
meats of the merchants giving votes and at Theb
Sa oSfce. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun,
Galnesville. Florlda.

$1.25--Thre months' subsc

Rules and Regulations
1. The contest is open to anyone l1ti11n
Alachua county who is known by the cOOdItW*
of the contest or vouched for by some repata-b
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attached or rtlatile of the 31p
prietors of the above-nanied firms are eligbles t
participate In this contest, and will participaW 1
no manner.
3. In the event of a misunderstanding betwei
candidates or others interested In this cOt
such controversy may be referred to te 0.
ductors of contest. who alone are theW 80"
qualified to render decisions.
4. In the event a candidate decides to
draw from the race, such candidate sill DO4 Cb
allowed to transfer votes to the credit ofiD
candidate nla the contest

Old ,ulm.Cil > ers Nc u r
cription ..................... 400 votes W

S $2.5o0-Siz months' subscription.................... ... 1,000 votes
S$6.00--One year's subscription ....................... 3,000 votes
I For a club of five one-year subscriptions (before April 1, 1909). 25,000 votes
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1). .25,000 votes

1,200 voW
3,500 vO
30,000 vOW
30.000 VeW

Ihurvr is' no0liniilt to tlumitlUauer of ciI .1uh-vwhcoiiitctmttit I 1i. 1Y tcurt.


$1.00- One year's subscription......... .. .. .. .. ...

For a club of five one-year subscriptions ... ..

.4,00U vut

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8Olicitin|g votes by candidates frideads within the stores
dlitribtlmg votes is esdesired by the pr

at $3,150.00 Furnished

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s MeahUeOely
y e. ThreOgh
-I He Fall -5.

Pat porks In USg-
park. the oldest
igdom. are kept
Stioritnal foret
Ito t castle is the
&" Erklde park
mi and i the only
w h one exceptIon.
with b d's is still
qM par1 once formed
4W ~gei. It still retains
It t m had. although
Sveroeaty mies of
10. Mt counting tbhoe

akIry different from
X object is to take
that they may be
bge park to be fat-
turned Into veta-

*1 means as tame as
t o si" year old
gWa d c utomr to
sIf f agile and well
and hoofs.
Sp be a e taking at
agt Is planned for 11
llt keeper house.
ith fresh bounds,
tte pirk to heed
bemcoe their way.
barving spread
MtWh park. the park
h4d" (thos e follow-
n foot) set off to
biks reedy for fat-
Llvfta selected one.
d1 keeper to get him
the re t and then to
jlaid set after him an.
p1 imp 7 The fi'e-. ef
Ugoomilms and as ral.it
IM -ltia of a fall I. even
ar. a trifle of ,dd. ,on
S f Wr "taking a ton."
beg ai away with bL
elastic movements
o wildest part of the
eto ecape his punuers.
SO another he Is mret
and fresh hounds.
lbN et his species be
M Oh thiks Is hbi manc-
With opee mouth
9)a6g be pluasme a
0 We. the water and
mepte beank. GCup-
S ha ltd oa what be
ha hisb purosef.
,t w aothr freeh hound
nat he do? e is
Sh s already bard
1b M before him
Ima and tears dwa
seMs with a hound oa
ready to poll him
A hbt half a chance.
tia. under tree.
O bracken, up end
Iaks. mashing bead-
ythln dn. anything. tdV
4.60d11 of the friendly
e um. With a mighty
1t1 001. For a moment
pace. for now the
mda. yet some way off
ftb r the poor beast. which
W"- 4f the lake. Away be
IBWl movement of his
atebg all around at his
SWith his mind fixed on
StM. He rweabes the
S driNplag sides, he isto
It* Na aa effort to baflMe
those clinging bouitals
6W Shim down. And now


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Health ia Worth Saving. and tSome
Oaineville Peoplo Know How
to ave it.
Many Gaines-illh ieo.plo. take their
live, in their hand- by iie'gletling the
kidneys when they know these ormanfl
m'ed help. Sick kidn.* %s are re|.o-n-isl
blh for a va-It amount of tiffe'risng anid
Ill health, but there It no nee.. ito)
suffer nor to r-nmain n ldantir shn
all dil~eas-ai and ach, 4 and I,.ilns die
to weak kiolli'. raclli Ita, i tlkl. aid
l'-rn n itill% urf d I hl v th. 1i4. t oft
I oai' Kidi yv I'llls. nrer is a (;;tli.
villi- citizenn, rrcotlnmeiindatiion:
Mris E. It. Walters. Ills N Oak ai\.
t i -. G; 1ll ,'t% ll, n F1 :I .-a;t ": M ; :,.
? '.' o.r. fi,4I,, t, r,.t |or 'm. *!, t!;e.'
;1",t I (could findl thihg hi t ti lil
re'liee' nue. I t.tuff.r.d gro.atl.v fro m
headaches and was tte-n iso dizza that
I could not stand. Seeing l)oall'ns
Kidney Pills ad.-rtiled. I lprocur.ed
a box and began their use. They act.
ed quickly and it was not longI before
I received relief. I have no h,'.-ta-
tlon itn giving loau's Kidneny Pills
my endorsement.
For sale by all dealers. Price ;0
cents. Foster-Milburn Co. Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
tie no other.

two great bounds are stretching th"m-
selves out to their utmost pate. Side
by side they race after their tiring
quarry; in another minute they will
hare him. The stag. however, man-
ages to make a spurt, though he Is
now stiffening rapidly, and just
reaches some park palilgs surrounding
the big lake.
In an Instant he has turned on his
pursuers, and with head down and up-
raised fore leg he is prepared to fight
to the death. A bound rushes In. but
In a twinkling be Is on his back,
buried away like a piece of wood.
This checks the other bound, which
dodges and bays around the stag.
Seeing that thilngx are now getting a
bit too warm for him, the stag sudden-
ly turus round and. smashing the pal-
Ings like match wood. finds himself
again In the k'y water of the big lake.
Away and away be swims, up this
long stretch. the water seeming to re-
vive him. for lie swims the eastern
length. three-quarters of a mile. and
then lands at the far end while we
follow on the ahore. Ue swims till his
feet touch the ground and stands fac-
ing us.
All we can do now is to end the sltsu
atiou as speedily as possible. A keeper
deftly throws a rope with a loose
kndt over the stag's antlers. In a
moment four burly keepers are haul-
Ing him out by the ropes. It is now a
slow march to his feeding ground In
the home park. Slowly the procest lo
moves, never a slackening of the rope
or the bold on the antlers. Through
the gate dividing the parks he is
brought, an unwilling prisoner, though
undaunted. This ends the deer taking.
-Town and Country.

The above is the name of a German
chemical, which is one of the many
valuable Ingredients of Foley's Kidney
Remedy. Hlexamethylenetetramlne is
recognized by the medical text books
and authorities as a uric acid solvent
and antiseptic for the urine. Take
Foley's Kidney Remedy as soon as
you notice any Irregularities. and
avoid a serious malady. J. W. McCol-
lum & Co.
Resaon FPer CaiMiboalrm.
According to a writer iu a French
review, there are three causes for can-
nibalism. It is due either to necessity,
pleasure or fashion. Twenty l*r ceut
of the canntlals. we learn, eat their
dead to honor t hem. The an.'lient T1
betals e Iwln-ed Ito this *.lag. This is
sentimental anthropophagy Nineteetn
per ceut 'alt their great warriord too
obtain their courage. This is design
nated egotip!tle anthr.'opl" i **y. Twe,
ty-nlne l'r tcell e.it ihu tl flndeb to,
Punish tLh Ir *en,.-iii i d : I, '.r ,* t
Ien'use iIt i% thO. fa.i-hlon oir lt4 aue
the.y ..l-,,, r t h*,'-I, -.atv ry l1a
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atef Offeros:
Governor A. W. Gilchrist,
Secretary of State-il. Clay
ford. Tallahassee.



Comptroller-A. C. Croom. Talla-
Treaaurer-W. V. Knott, Tallabas-
Attorney General-Park M. Tram.
m0ll. Tallahassee.
'ornisRpsioner of Agriculture-D. E.
Mcli.ln. Tal;ahaxsee
Suit. of Public lnstruction-Wm. M.
Holloway. Tallahassee.
President of the senate-Hunt W.
Hlarris, Key Wett.

County Officers:
Clerk and Auditor-S. H. Wienges.
Gain t, ille.
Supt. Public Instruction-Dr. J. L.
Kelley. Gainesville.
Sheriff-- P. Ramsey. Galnesville.
County Judge-H. G. Mason, Gaines.
Tax Assessor-W. W. Colson. Galnes-
Tax Collector-W. D. Dickinson.
Treasurer-J. D. Matbeson. Galne-
Supervisor Registratlon-J. 'C. Me-
Grew. Gainesville.
County Commissioners-John G.
Uamnpier. Chairman. Hague; J F.
Townsend. Campvlille; J. W. May.
Archer; Chas. W. Summers, Trenton;
0. P. Cannon. Galnesvillle.
Members School Board -R. B.
Weeks, Chairman, Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody, LaCrosse; 0. W. Miller,
State Senator-H. H. McCreary.
Members House-Syd L. Carter,
Galnesville; T. A. Doke. Santa Fe.

City Officers:
Mayor-Horatio Davis.
Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
Tax Assessor-B. R. Colon.
Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis, Sr.
Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maxey Dell.
City Attorney-W. S. Broome.
Board of Aldermen,-T. W. Shands,
President: Geo. K. Broome, S. J. Bur-
nett E. Cano., H Graves. S.
M. Minaos, A. L VidaL
Board of Public Works-H. B. Tay-
Wa. Chair m; W. W. Hamptom. seere-
tary; H. F. Detton. I. J. Balrd. J. H.

Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue f a Final Decree of
Porclosure. rendered by the Judge of
the Circuit Court. of the oElfgth Judi-
cial Circuit of Florida. In and for
Alachua county. In Chancery sittUng.
dated January 18th. 190. In favor of
W. B. Phifer as complainant, and
as!anst W. F. Grissom and S. R. I.
Grissom as defendants, the undersign-
ed will offer for sale before the court
house door in Galnesville. Florida. be-
tween the leal hours ofs ale, on Mon-
day. March 1st. 1909. to the highest
and bett bidder therefore, for cash, the
following described lots. piece, par-
cels or tracts of land. situated. lying
and being In Alachua county, Florida,
described as follows. towit:
All that portion of fractional Sec-
tion 4. Township II. Range 21. South
and KEat. described as follows: Be-
ginning at the Northwest corner of
said fractional Section 4, Township I1,
Range 21. running thence East on the
Section line 2S chains and I1 links to
a stake; thence South at right angles
.2 chains and 20 links to a stake;
thence West parallel with Section line.
by estimation. 26 chains and 96 links
to a point in a pond on the Western
boundary line of hald fractional Sec.-
tion 4; thence North on said Section
line, by estimation. 22 chains and 21
links to the place of beginning, con-
talninsK by e.stilmation. ;7 9 100 acres
of lahind nt more or less.
The' san.i to he 5old as the. property
of saidl defendants. to satisfy sald de-
r T it Kil.ll J.i .
S|i.e. .J \ t'A I{ .I.I.K: !-^:.
S lle itor for ('<>ni|;lLlnailnt

Fat Sinenrj Wh I \.tie 'I. I oil,. gl-etlthat under
Of r~i If, i o ut stjo. 4)1a.I sil Ilhtrn-. o f
I,*r~~.~- te t it 4*1'illt? lof I h. El : IIIth Jo ldi,. Asl
hot .. 11111 .1t k' 14 tA' t1 i* i f e~~ it .Auid her A~el ita(
ele ~ ~ I c. ,itmti in I ti~s o ,r% -itlluog. dt I -J i ll-a
to f tI h I. a i~i r I I III% I '.ft I, I O5Ottoo,.'.lit %tr of W' 1%' 1
If! Ipr, .t6It or -o0IO 14. 1 111.1t' 1I it ltoo'eok., uidSi .1? W ~ rigchat, defend.
1.1.aIt '1I '' l o 11al. t. tiru d -wr '' I,, Ia. i- ti nd usse ior -ia t Ao II ~ Il ffe-r for
,,a., i0- I:lit ?..ro. ito. ,'su it keen -te doer at
; o;t 1114il. Pl' ple~u iA 104 1Ao -.11 te a I vie lgall
iii ee()sl eit MimloaiIei iarch Ilt.
li to flitta 1001h-1 stead teeoo i- dde-r

Far lhU~ts a"d Ckl14drlaL IdI t'k 41'1e a old
1hIM Wy"U hI N(~S"h, J00 .I I ua I-,tw?-o moId anothu oreoloe-rt v
W A 4-f-111,111- to bsodkf) said tde
rwiad costs.
Sia tu L ut 1474 kie'a T I '111.11:i4. JR
The Sun office for calling cwds. S~l1&~ur ful CU,.&lPIAaut


The Dollar That Can't

Be Spent

By Herbert Kaufman

Every dollar spent in advertising is not
only a seed dollar which grows a proit for the
merchant but is actually retained by him even
after he hat paid it to the publisher.

Advertising creates a good will worth the
cost of the publicity.

It actually costs nog in. While it
funds it does not use them up. It helps the
founder of a business to grow rich and t the
same time keeps his business from not dying
when he does.

It eliminates the personal equation. It pet%

petuates confidence in the stee and makes kt
possible for a merchant to withdraw from bm
ness without having the preAf of the busame
withdrawn from him. It changes a amu to
an institutiden-an institution that will surI
after the death of its builder.

It is really an insurance plic which costs
nothing-paj a premium each year instead of
calling for one, and renders it possible to
change the entire personnel of a business
without disturbing its prosperity.

Advertising renders the usiese s
than the a -independent of his presence. k
permanentizes systems of merchandising, th
track of which is left for others to flow.

A business which is sne advertised mas
rely upon the penali of it proprietor. a
personality in business sa decreasing 0@r.
The public does not want to kn the mA who
owns the store-it it inte restedin Ah but
in his goods. When an unadvertisd business
is sold it is only worth as much as its 0eck
goods and fixtures. There is no good will to
be paid for-it does no exist-it has nOt bee
created. The name over the door means meh-
ing except to the limited stream of people
from the immediate neighborhood, any dof
whom could tell you more about some tec
ten miles away which has regularly delivered
its shop news to diheir breakfast tables.

1: is as shorsighted for a man to build a
business which dies with his death or ceases
with his inaction as it is unfair for him not
to pro 'ide for the continuance of is income te
hi./ f ,iy.
C. :,y,ll.t. 10.5, by Tribune Company. Clkeag.)

Are YOU Being



One of today's want ads. may be hunting you --ra&sa&k
ing the city fir you. It may have a message for you of rgest
personal importance one that, when you got it, amId eMd
it, may change the immediate currents of your activities, of
your interests may even place around and about yesa m
environments, new associates; may give you an entirely mw
start in a business way.
Isu't it worth while to try to And out whether this may

not be true -today, tomorrow, or very soot
LAKMLASA AWl L AM i i i lk A A l AMi i i iA i .i iiA

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idlentified with thiIb hank. Your financial
the r--L, CuWan tr attention wliich
ofiors give to its euist4oli'r. Your lusi-
h managed vfatwy aml -strict cq.-dsmc.

WTSOMAS, Pnreiehnt. E. 1). TI'RN I:, 'C& :, r




and What Is Go-
Il and

M *bt at Rutberford's

left yesterday for
L I id to ladles'
sil Restaurant
left yesterday for a
ltI to High Springs.
moving pictures to be
at the Electric Theatre.
i bT has gone to White
espets to remain there

New Cru e will be at the
et t Monday night.
ll the School Lyceum.
f music for only $1
week-nothing at this
saale. Miller & Vidal.
A K 1i1all left yesterday
wl where she will
W several days visiting

iMae Robertson left yes.
M lvDie, where she will:
I Weads for the next

C. Ielad has returned
Lbft plant visit to her
i mndrrk, where her bum-

lu t arrived in the city
Nd WNl speed the next few
MtImgb his parents and

a successful planter of
i d a pmminent citizen of
6I GM greeting his friends
MlfOramge Heights was in
0i6lliarY. He was en route
k aftr O a pleasant visit of
It Cedar Key
S sKaabe. Mathushek.
an &4 Pond Pianos and
0 thr sale by W. L Hill.
F MWOI w exchange
IltS Guild of the Holy
kenl church will meet
0 aSt 3 o'clock at the
S B ~ ers earnestly re-.
S eto senat.

Cedar Key oysters, day and night.
at Rutherford's Restaurant.
Mrs. W. H. Palner left yesterday on
a visit to friends In 3t. Augustine.
Justice M. A. B-xi'y of High Springs
was a visitor to the city yesterday.
8. L Friday, a. merchant of Red-
dick, was transacting business In the
city yesterday.
Plank's Chill Tonic 1s guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrlppe.
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Jot'naon.
Coujidered by all travelers the best
moving picture show in the country.
in thie Electric Theatre of Gainue.sille.
Mrs. J. W. Ettel departed yesterday
for White Springs. where she will
wpend the next several days for rest
and re ration.
C. W. Ilauknight of Archer was*
transaetilng business in the cit )e .-
terday. He is one of the largest cot-
ton buyers of that section and handled
many bales the past season.
W. It. Taylor of the Baird Hardware
Company left yesterday for Hernando.
where he was called on an important
business matter. This firm handles an
extensive business in that section.
The magnificent Everett-Grand pi-
ano that was used by the Bible Con-
ference in the Tabernacle Is for sale
at a bargain. Apply to A. R. Harper
Piano Co., 106 Main street. Jackson-
ville. Fla.
W. M. Bullard, agent for the Sea-
board. has returned from a pleasant
visit of several days to Tampa. He
was accompanied on the trip by J. F.
Rightsell of Wade, and they report a
pleasat trip.
J. W. White of Jacksonville return-
ed to the metropolis yesterday after
having paid an official visit to the
camp of the P. 0. 8. of A. in this city
Wednesday evening. He is a member
of a large number of secret orders.
Ity stopping with us. you will be
sazed the annoyance of having to get
acquainted with a new manager every
time you come; the same proprietors
for the past nine )years extend the
glad hand to you at the Brown House.
C. D May. one of the extensive

merchants of Newberry, was in the
city yesterday en route to his home.
He is interested in several stores and
had just been in the southern part of
the State, where ,ie went to look after
his interests.
J. A. Maltsby, of the Canipviille Brick
Company, Campvllle. was a visitor to
the city yesterday. He states that his
company are now shipping a great
mant brick to different sections of the
State, which shows that building ha"
aKain resunmed astivitlv



O r dorthUy w ,u(ln't I. ho.rt, l. \- l'-!k l "l ,r
h .hwe woul, ll't be t'llin^ '111 ti ai, tli<'i,
Of f of tli. ki ,t 11 I(-t.i. lr -lr I v'l I .' l I r

'1 on Hinlinig it all ,meir eiira. \\ 'tii Yltyour tijtl will lI. w .llh -eJ it tr-. W ilat '" it
olt Ourilts i -illc,, to, treat vi-itr- riglit.

Crawford & Davis


solicited and will ov alippr,.c'itt 1Iv


06UGabiggvie, Fb

Mesdames C. E. Melton and Lucius
Montgomery of Micanopy were among
the shoppers visiting the city yester-
McQueen Chaires. a turpentine oper-
ator and phosphate dealer of Old
Town, is among the business visitors
to the city.
None but the best moving pictures
to be obtained in the market are
shown this week. and always, at the
Electric Theatre.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clarke. Missed
Eula and Lillian Clarke left yesterday
for White Springs. where they will
spend the next week or ten days.
Randolph Boule and wife. the newly-
married couple of Alachua. arrived in
the city yesterday and are stopping
with W. C. Boule for a few days.
Mrs. Robert Barton and children of
Rocky Point. who have been visiting
the former's parents near Hawthorn,
were in the city yesterday en route
to their home.
Walter Simmons. Mrs. Wm. Oholson.
of Virginia. and Mrs. Henry Reming-
ton of Quitman, Ga., have been visit-
ing at the home of Jesse C. Clarke for
the past few days.
Mrs. H. Tarbox and daughters, who
have been spending the past several
weeks in this city. left yesterday for
Daytona and Palm Beach, where they
will visit before returning to their
home in Chicago
Royal Cook left yesterday for Ocala.
where he goes to visit his daughter,
Miss Fannie He will endeavor to get
her to return to the city and take
charge of his business on t'nion street
dturilg his abse'nci -

Fi"e-roomn cottage to rent on block
.adjoining quare- formerly occupied
b W I. .1eGrande; city water, elec-
tric lights. sew-.rate'. bath. and all
Wilit-ni' cul'oenie-l'ce' Apply to Mrs
1 II .M<'re-ar) or Hun office'
i I \'.-iabl. il \ N. Y ,Vrk '1it

1 ,! i ,, i, f t lih II' wll e t -I hioi
.i i \ i, I. i lo fl r -e v.' r.tl Il. .

At Au.t,on-Hoffman, tha, Itl..ie.'att
-'i .1.| o i iii '1 li 14 irll ti sill |-
- ,,ila .iac tait t, t(iehO hilgte t bidder
. Sa. iuri.\ F'-4.ruir> 'p i'.wesi at '
, ,1ieemk Il fre1it itf ( ra fordl & li ta
SIal,'1 A r.ar, l.ai( te to ie-t a niae
t i,r -' Vleaip Ilkm t forget tthe date'
I,l I 111,1
fir A ('illne.. eterinary uurgeon
htiA o,,uied uoftes at Craw ford &
,t I ltthll't sI and olilcit a ,hare of
he (t palulle businesr Hie a a graduate
,! thi- Kairda VVet'rinary Co'llege amud
is cre tlu practice his prof ss-iuu
Calls azlered day or ulght Horbe
dentistry, cattle and dogs all receive
pruompt atteatiun

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eb bartionm. but so advaertb
lmet take. for less taa S eeot. flt
words make a lime; no fractio me Unes.
very word over eaeb six comLting as
am additloral line. CAMN In advamse
met company aU orders for Imser-
toam a tLis eolmma.

FOR SALE-Good gentle horse and
mioe rubber-tired baggy. Apply P. O.
Box No. 276.
POR SAI.E-My home In East Gaines-
ville will be sold at a bargain. See
me at once if you want a nice prop-
erty. J. D. Williams.
VOlt SALE-Very prolific variety Sea
Island cotton seed direct from Is-
lands of South Carolna. James
Chesnut. Gainesville. Pla.. Box 34.


Mrs. F. T. McCormick Will SurpanS
All Former Millinery Openings.
Mr- F. T. McCornickk is now :re-
ev'il flo th' .large' st itk of geossis isii
Iiipurcha -d e il|l,. awa' and placing thef
-i;am' in readine-s for hier rand oi'-ni
Ing. which sill IN- announced at a
lat.r date.
Whilo- In the markets she was bu-ily
,' nax#K, %It h three, expert %orkni,,n
arrniiling the large' line of Ilitt rn
liat, that .lit -will have to off,-r -t the
opteting, which will consist of th'- lIs r
,est :1tld s *'|lles.t line' et r hoili ill
the city. bein mnior' than twice ;,- ex-
iw'nslive as ;ian order '% er Illac, d I,
Mr. McCornick.
She had the. .4ric'. s' an ex -\irt
French TI:llli, r % o i, e i il ; iart.-
:ni luther f the' inport'd t' l -. al' of
which le' sill ha'. on i xhilbiion -it
the' ol|-|l|ig. Another feature will be'
the Iremendous stock purchased. and
she il1l be able to supply the demand",
of a city much larger than (;atiesville.
Painted rs are at work pailting uW the
furniture and interior of the building.
which will make a pleasing change In
everything. preparatory to her grand
Solid Carload Cattle.
J. G. Harrold. the enterprising south
side meat man. has Just purchased a
carload of stall-fed beef cattle. which
arrived yesterday from points In West
Florida. The stock is among the pret-
tiest seen here in some time. which
shows that his buyer. A. L. Jackson.
thoroughly understands his business
when it comes to purchasing stock.
This class of meat is proving about
as expensive as the Western meats.
but as the trade is better satisfied
with the article that is butchered here.
Mr. Harrold decided to purchase In
this manner this season.





Two Deeds Filed for Reoord in Clerk's
Office Thureday.
Two more real estate transfers were ,0 i
flied for record in the clerk's office
y..etr,.rdae A TRIP TO OUR STORES
James W Terry and wife transfer- Will convince you of the advasftag
red to M G. Knight a valuable piece of buying your Grover.eo-freh, ea n.
of property) in the northern part of ned. bottled, boxed or Ia bulk-tem
the county, aund the second transfer us. Cleanliness and care of WtoeO.
was that J A Owens to H M. Oweun. courteous and Immediate attestiml to
-- customers, prompt delivery of ooeeds
Pneumonia Follows Lagrippe. ordered seat home sad the eiaest
Pneumonia often follows lagrippe fairness of our pricing ndicate some
btut never fo;Iows the use of Foley's lf the reasoass. Give our store, o. r
I,,.,. and Tar. for la4.rrlpp coughl ,.nuodlitle'h and our selling method
.-..'. s .(!6 .ut Ild%., *Refuse aly but a I'l ItI, r,'i1:e1 ii the yellow package. making the trip.
J. W. McColluin (<' & SAUNDERS A EARL.

First National Bank

Established Over Twenty Years
('Capital, $1) S,(!M .()( ur1iwI-, $r,,14 (1.

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

J ac. M. (4r-alau&a, I I'm.
IK. Baird, %'ka*-wm.

1iI- I.4);"r taakalr
r. t c eis, A m' I Cambler

U____________ __________

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The Gainesville National Bank

Condensed from Report to the CamptroUr at the
Close of Butine Friday, Feb. 5th, 1i90

I an1 and 1 nt .. ....320409 93
Overira.fts. .... .. . 292 55
Building ani Fixtures ....... .. 39,732 63
I'nitel! States Bonds and Premiums...... 170,997T 98
( Iotlnty l' Bo !- :tll W\arraiit.... 19, 480 ()
S('1-41 ald eightt Lxclhal,'e ... .. 103,E44 53

'Total. .... ... ................... 54,51 52

Capital Stock ........................ $100,000 00
Surplus and Undivided Profits .......... 17,938 09
Circulating Notes Outstanding ........... 97,600 00
Bonds Borrowed .................. ... 29,000 00
Redicounts ................. .. 31,450 00
United States Deposits.. ............ 40,000 00
Individual and Bank Deposits .......... 338,548 43

Total.. ........... M..0 it
I, C. A. Faircloth, C('hier of the above-named baok, do
swear that the above statenwnt is true to the beet of my kaowk m
xb-lif. C. A. FAIRCLOTH, C-f
i.ai,,criltei and isorn to Wbfore me this, the 9th day of Fe, tIg.
W. H. ANDEIRON, Jr., NotdarydPe.
Correct-Attest: M. H. DePaw, W. R. lteekert. T. W. Sh-ade, DiLe.ees.




FOR RENT-nvieroem sita
ply S0 LUberty tret

FOR RZNT-Pive-eom eatts
block next to qmW ; ety u
electric lights, bath mse aM
modern conveuleseem. Aply at
FOR RENT--Sevem-mem etags;:
water, *oetr gt, Mboh
modern convealemu. AWr A
Witttoek. 4W N. Arrei4de
Church streets.


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