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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 20, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01583
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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SAINlITILU, ILORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1909


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a 4- 1the CenteaMial Bachinery.
BABY MOTHREDO.

MAOON. Ga., Feb. I.- The four-
-sth *ld heild of W. D. Dill was
-N sated some.tame during Wednes-
day amght. k is supposed. from the
bed nothing. The mother and father
foMad the infant dead In the umortlug
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ARRESTED IN ATLANTA.


The teo Co ed to Fowr Recent Safe I erbbin
ui Pre cc the EvI ace.


ATLANTA, Feb. 19.-Four confess-
ed "yeapem." and another man de-
clared by three of the confessors to
be the leader of their gang. are behind
the bars in the city prison, the net re-
sult of the drag net thrown out by
the Atlanta police this week in an en-
deavor to break up the operations of
safe blowers in this vicinity.
Leroy Crosler. Jim Webb and Will
Knight confessed to four recent safe
robberies in Atlanta. and declared that
William Jones, another man under ar-
rest, was the leader of the ga"g.
Following their confession the men
took the officers to some nearby
woods where they dug up a box of
dynamite caps and nitro glycerine.
which they had burled a few days'
ago and vilich they rald they had ex-
peoted to use in blowing the fafe of
the postoTi-e at Decatur. Ga.. Satur
day might of this week. They had
also planned to rob a local bank.
H. C. Cray confessed that he s na
professional safe blower and forger
,e confessed to robbing the Nate cf
the.Yaakto., South Dakota. postoffice
bat September. for which "job'" he


says two pals are now doing tite is
a Federal irlson.
Gray described an electrical devices
which he had Invented for traaster
ring signatures and said that be ha"
planned to make a half-million through
wholesale forgeries. Gray announced
that he wants to serve time for his
past crimes and then will enter the
evangelistic field. expressing a desire
to join either Pat Crowe or "Billy"
Sunday. ---
Attempted Bank Robbery.
CAMAK. Ga., Feb. 19.-The Bank
of Camak, which started business ea
Jan. I last. was Tuesday night visited
by yeggmen. Entrance was gained by
breaking a large plate glass door in
the rear of the building. An attempt
was then made to pick the locks and
hinges on the outside of the vaalt
"* --' TtF? I roving unsuccessful. the
r- tt.'rs v.cnt to the side of the belMd-
;ng and made a hole a foot and a hal
square through the brick wall sad
gained an entrance into the vaut.
N.i attempt to blow the safe was made
aad with no abance of gettintag the
booty, the robbers departed.


WASHINGTON. Feb. 9.-The House
has passed the bill revising, ametding
and codifying the penal laws of the
United States. A similar measure.
though varying nla detail, has recently
be passed nla the Senate and a com-
mittee on coafereae will now under-
take to harmouise the differences be-
tween the two boaues.
Before taking the vote the House
adopted a- amendment offered by
Mr. Bartlet. (Georgia). repealing the
law which made it a crime for State
officers to disqualify certain persons
from serving on juries on account of
race or color. Mr. McCall's amend-
meat abolishing capital punishment
was defeated because of the lack of
a m in the House when a vote
was tahkms.
Probably te provision which will
easse most diseosslok by the conferees
is that added by the House regulating
interstate shlipmat of liquor.

POUR CHILDREN DROWN.

NORWOOD.R. R. .. eb. 19.-While
stating hand nl hand over the lee on
Sand pond. four children were drown-
ed whes the spoagy formation gave
way. another barely saved., and several
who attempted to reecue them., ar-
rowly missed being engulfed In the
ley waters. The children drowsed
wre: Raaghltda Hanson. 14 yarn
old; Lillan Haasoa. 12 years Md;
Amel Hman., 11 years old; Jep
Johason, 15 years old.
The trt three amued were brother

MR& LKMP ST DIVORCL
ST. LOUIS. Feb. 19.-A decree of
divorce with alimony of $4,000 a year
sad the custody of her son was award-
ed Mrs. William J. Lamp, Jr., by Judge
Hitebeock to the circuit court here
yesterday. The deisaioe followed a
aensatioal trial which lasted more
tha a week and closed Tuesday last.
Mr. LeAsp is given the society of the
7-year-old boy from Saturday morning
to Sunday evening of each week. Mrs.
Lemp had contended strenuously for
am award of $500,000 alimony into a
lump sum.
SANKER MOU TO PEN.
FREEHOLD, N. J.. Feb. 19.-Albert
C. Twitn. former president of the
wrecked Moamouth Trust and Safe
Deposit Company, of Asbury Park. was
taken from here yesterday to the State
prison, to begin serving a six-year
term.
Death of Mrs. J. L. tevens.
(From Waldo News. 19th.)
Our town was shocked yesterday
morning when the news spread that
Mrs. Stevens was dead. She had been
seriously ill for only a few days. but
her health had been falling for sonie
months.
She was born in Deerfield. N. 11.
and was 6e >ear. of age She leaves
a devoted husband and onl) child.
Arthur, aged alout .1I

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KEY WEST. Feb. 19.-Randolph been close friends for some time and
Pinder, a boy 15 years old. Is lying the former had ,uch an infatuation
at the point of death as the result of that he told the boy that he must not
wounds inflicted by a butcher knife in talk to other men; that be could only
the hands of Raflel Knowles, better talk to boys. For some time Pinder
known as "Big Head." According to has been trying to keep out do
an eyewitness. Knowles met young Knowles' way and was warned not to
PhIrder at the corner of Southard and go with him. Knowles threatened to
Grinnell streets Monday night about kill the boy and Mrs Pinder went to
8 o'clock. and after exchanging a few a county official for protection. Os
words suddenly attacked the boy. cut- Saturday night Knowles was on 0D-
ting his throat from ear to ear, slash- vat street, flourishing a knife sad told
Ing him across the arms. and buried several parties that be was going to
the knife In his back. Feeling car- kill Pinder. A policeman arrested the
tain that he had killed the boy. man at the time and took the knife
Knowles picked him up and threw him from him and shortly after released
down on the board walk and ran off him.
Another boy who was with Pinder ran The family of Pinder baWe been is
ran and gave the outcry and the boy great fear of Knowles for some time.
was taken to his home on Fleming but could get no protection until now.
street. where physicians dressed his when the terrible deed has been coa-
wounds. mitted. When Feen at the' jail "Hill
In the meantime Knowleu ran up Head" would give no statement of the
Southird street. and later wept to the cutting, stating that be %as drunk at
retlid where the wounded boy lihed. and it. but'be de nied the statement that
crawled undetr the floor ah, he war he had taketan piimon
afterward arre. tid Wiwh.,r, .ouind. the Ioi' i "**IM' ad a:,d p'llde'r are is
knife i hi t hi'h he had 'ut )UUtiIg *it n, eS condition andI It ill take
Pilder 'a h l)ing n.e.ir him and Isil *s, ra.l ., I. l fr -.* th. r. -ilt tan be
iHetaJ wa*J ali t uncon re. iilt.,..I that wa) until ite r :i r:'!,' .
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time at the lme this afternoon.
i -Ame t have aan e to give
a w y to the grl and boy who
bold the tict with the right num-
ber It T he tode d aMt a the
bes olse Uwill ao be aumbered and
one drawn for the girls sad one for
the boys from the number sold and
the eildren havia theb sam number
oa ilir ticket stubs will fet the
prime.
TUMlgbt's pleturs will. as is usual
om Ituwday nights, be Ale.
On Mnoday ulsht comes Ross
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Heow many tired fathers and moth-
er in thi towa eater this race every
might carrying a baby? And they
wonder what the matter Is. Chance
are the child is starving worms are
eating all of ts food. Most children
have worms-yours needn't White's
Cream Vermituge wil segt rid of the
wormsa ad strengtheu the child Price
Seasts per bottle. Sold by W. M.

The habit of awertag ads. that
ppeal to you is on that wW keep
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AT LEAST ONER LOCK AGOUT TO
*S ORDERED PAVED.

Dr. W. Perr and Lee raham Will
Again Make EIfNt to Otain
This Material.

Dr. W. Porter and Ie G*raham are
among the progrehisive jIrojwrty own
ero v ito desire a nutLtantial ,av'eme'nt
and are willing to show that they ill:
be the starters along this l11i< If the
council %ill only allow them thi.-
prlvll,-i e
They being the exclusive owners of
the property on each side of East
Main street from Liberty to Mechanic.
have asked that they be allowed to
pave in front of their property with
vitrified brick and stop the everlaist
Ing work of repairing rock streets.
According to the ordinance passed.
this It not permissible, but an effort
has been made for some time to ar
range matters whereby they would be
allowed this privilege and it Is thought
that the matter will be favorably act-
ed upon at the next meeting of the
council.
While this will only be one block
of this paving, It will doubtless start
the ball rolling for other property
owners to follow in the example. an
It is understood that E. Baird Is
heartily in favor of standing his
share of the expense in placing vitri-
fied brick all along his property.
What the people want is to see some
favorable action taken regarding this
work, for the above gentlemen may
net always be Is the same pleasant
mood. and It will not cost the other
property owners along the streets one
penay more than they are now charged
up with for paving purposes.
MRl. MKKINSTRY'S RECEPTION.
Praved One of Meet Delightful and
Sueessful of the Saesn.
Rivaling io magnificence anything
of the kind wbhih Glaesvllie has seen
in many seasons. eras the reception
gives on Wednesday afternoon by Mrs
James Fletcher MKlaastry. Jr., in hon
or of her guests. Mrs. Anita Hendrick
Spence of New Tork. Mrs. John Blair
Curtis of Orange Heights, and Mrs
Aadrew Bergstrom of Atlanta. Ge.
The reception was from four to six
o'clock and nearly four hundred
handomely gowned women were
IreswLt They were greeted at the
outer door by Mrs. James McCollum
iad Miss Burkhtm, and conducted by
thO sweet little eard-bearers. Jessle
Chusaut Jeanita Davis. Catherine
Haft aad M ophle Burkhim. to the re
oelving Hne where the hostess most
gracltosly welcome them and intro
duced them to the honorees.
The partner, hraury and dining-
omm of ts ehaarming hbom were
rmow tto oe large receptUo hall
which was a bower of beauty through-
out. its roomy interior and the brill-
eaUy-lighted rooms sgiv lag forth such
swet fragance from the floral deoe
ratl s that the seeme was Indeed en-
trascing. It seemed a veritable con-
servatory and charmed the assembled
guests with the beauty of the sur-
roundling.
The guests were escorted to the
punch" bowl by Meadames Yaacey.
Sydney Robertson and T. B. String-
ft'llow. where they were met by Misses
Wilcox and Ellabeth James and
served to the refreshing c'nte.it, of
the huge bowl. which showed th,. skill
of the connoisseur in itM pre-paratlon.
The punch bowl rented on a lo-rl rea!
lace piece surrounded by lrhhte' ro .,
carniationl anid Miila'l
Mirs. Ban Davis and .Mr. ial. e,


cort.-d the. ladiva- Inato tie baa k pai: Ir
s heN, ihthey %se-re kjpil v uente-ruat.if.
in I-Octal ca .~.t iito Mrs'ad~rmil's
Sam Dell umid WillihansIctle tl-
Annie ('Aa&Iaej:. Aimaiic M iii -i &.. and
Mtary ic'KiLubtr) then .rur ad the-ni
with n:',rt- of the .dt liciouA iita~ic
M lr ,4(etorge- liriuule-y then lim iui1 ci
them iInto the dining rcxmt. hvrv
salad sai i., r%-d b% Mlii-VI, hiArriac.
V'auik'.-mvte-r and l hellS adle~rsho
1111111oeach 1gue.t tfeel that It 5iss a
re-a I 1,v sieaa itr ) pt-r ~e* tthem
~'.~iciniac.1411111(iiet'aluut amid IfIti
Me-Crc-ar). ,eac-iite'd by SMihi~aw Ea
%%Ar mud fie Iront- Mce(rear'. Pi-er%.dd ci.
iicit$Jaecoffer aMid (4)ix-o
The chaikdelicer %%a.. dr~Aiacii i n ie-k
orange busbici, aAna id Spaudi-tinioaa,
fromui heane k14utherm i wuIlax-i theid-
ed to the corneriii of the hligbl)jIx~ibah-
tod wahogany table and festuouted


Thousands of ladies suffer agonies every month
Ifyou do, stop and think. Is it natural
ally and positively-NO! Then make up your
mind to prevent or cure this needless suffering


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"I offered 9 years" writes Mrs. Sarah 1. Hoes
kins, of Cary, Ky. "I had female trouble and would
Dearly cramp to death. My back and side would
early kill me with pain. I tried everything to
relief; but failed, and at last began to take Cabdj
Now I can do my housework with ease and I give
Pzardui the praise for the health I enjoy." Try.
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around the reflector, which had as
its center-piece a handsome cut-glas
fern dish with a beautiful maiden-bair
fern surrounded by narcihus. The
buffet and mantel were covered with
handsome cut flowers sent In by dear
frie.nds.
Mrs. Jack Halle and Mrs. Jack
Denby entertained while the refresh-
ments were being served, and the de-
hlgbtful event was so exquisitely con-
ducted that all took their departure
feeling most happy that they had been
participants., with praise for the
hostess and admiration for her honor
ed guest .
Baby Hands
Will get Into mischief-often it
means a burn or cut or scald. Applb
Ballard's Snow Lniment Jurt as soon
as the accident happens, and the pain
will be relieved, while the wound will
heal quickly and nicely. A sure cure
for sprains, rheumatism and all pains.
Price 25c. 50c and $1.00 a bottle. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.
Field Day Prime.
The prices that are to be awarded
on Field Day at the University are
now on exhibition at the store of L.
C. Smith. They were donated by the
various merchants and citizens here
and consist of a large number of use-
ful and handsome presents. Exercises
will be held at the University on next
Monday. mention of which will be
made later.
Dyspepala is America's curse. Bur-
deck Blood Bitters conquers daypep-
sal every time. It drives out Impuri-
ties, tones the stomach, restores per-
fect digestion normal weight, and
good health.


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESV1iLLF, FIA)RIDA, FEBRUARY 20, 1909


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iIE CHAUTAUQUA

pMIE WAS GO00 DESPITE
7TH WEATHER.

W 00 Prolram Were Highly
meg.reim for
Today.


= W1 B1biheth Smith.)

a a grows better each
V- atactions appear. Don't
Imat treat that gives so
g asks so little.
&M beum laut to 0d
M& nag ion of good things.
gag them being the lee-
M Amsbury's lovely
ad basUtifUl personality. and
aW Qmartette.
sUrming opened as usual at
ift the Biblical hour by Dr.
ld I seemed to be filled with
thoughts. It was along the
l mgter-building and It made
;tfl to know that every-
wbhet r for good or bad in our-
m 0 go out to Influence others.
Sbe tempted to sin but we
at harbor the temptation, but
Jm Mleised One, we must put it
ob sur feet. These lessons are
sad wil do lasUng good. Do not

AS. 1 :30 hour Dr. Gelsel, at the
t of the W. C. T. U., gave her
_, .1irlr lecture on "The Pathology
Sft ke Nuisance" before the
ot at ow r High School. the su-
g ,nmhi-mt and teaebher kindly con-
Soft to bring them to the audi-
Wim. m it was a good Night to
Sa Same bright boys and girls
s marching In. The thought would
S I 0km heard the steady tramp.
7- %x. eeas our men of the future.
Si'sI is to do them all the good
Sm while we can." Prof. Cassels
did MI eorps of teachers have rea-
In: 1t fl proud of the order and at-
1"im preserved by their pupils, and
'. Ge sel, with her words of fire.
M Ihave buried her thoughts into
Sy a child's bra,l. and they will not
E. W. L. Davidson, who was pres-
at, mt who all were glad to see. says
SODr. Gelsel Is the greatest little
WR he ever saw, and we all agree
90 WIm. She seems at times to be
f--Illled with an Inward fire
I railates and thrills all whom she
URNs Ia contact with.
a h lowlag her talk was Mrs. Em-
gW with her important lesson on
1 alts." This lady is most in-
etimag and presents her subjects in
8 Vry pleasant manner. Friday morn-
18 ab served for our delectation
MMW carrots and asparagus loof
bU7IP seemed delighted with both
liW, and they were surely nimost

At I p. m. the musical prelude. The
SOWy Male Quart-tt, ai:tln delight-
d the people of Gainie-lll,. Th y
IOred all present Thurdl.ay even-
by their singing and sere agaii
1"ined with hearty aiihplatiue. E'achh
06ber was received sith the' no!t
bttsrig enthusilaHm Mr It,)l.y
ABla delighted themnj with his re~t l
bSP and was encored again and again
NO Is a host in himself The trni-
0solo by Mr. llols was the work
Ia* performer and delighted all
It did the evening before Never
i finer male quartette I'-it in
r city.
At 3 30 the. audie.nc. .ere. ataili
lledl and uilift.d by tihe flute
voice of Mrs Aniadiur. H,.r
**(. wo'in iJv fu,... ,, it.- ,o Iltakh"
SW. pe.rfe.t thie. chatrin of he-r ole. '
At iI& it coli, orut full anll| ~l-te'Il
5 die. awai tt, th'." :,ft'e I io't'
h itba been a I.. ".I Irltlhege' t,, Ii, ;tr
ho. '.er>(ni.. th,,uge l t ahii < r ,r,
hI am-at Thur-ae ai t, ii m i fooi thiit I1tnth
could ,.' I r \ I,|e| .. itniu .
MAtlbur. >" Iit. r r. fi.atiliull .if la, "e
i liy as ,,unl. iful ),ut in hl r, .
d o f u li 011 I, p,,.* ii.- Ii l, ,1 il i
it l*lad ,,r "t il..u ., .!- l, .


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Harness


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

"nI lmWmat
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if saturated with VIS-
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u Viscolize your shoes.


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if yoe


BAMD HARDWARE C.
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OLM 7


Robley Male Quartette again made the
people of Gainesville wild with Joy.
This was their last full concert and
they deserved all the applause they
received, and it was not stinted.
The stereopticon views and moving
pictures by Mr. Goes were simply
marvelous. Never have we had any
to excel them. The whole evening
was one round of pleasure.
Let each one try to get someone to
buy a ticket for next week, only $1.50
for the week. We need to sell three
hundred tickets and it's a lot for the
money. Single tickets for one enter-
tainment 25 cents; for all three, 35
cents. Come and bring your friends.
Monday afternoon at 2:30, at the
Tabernacle. l)r. Geitsl, by request,
will repeat her lecture on "Tuber-
culopls-The White Plague." fur the
benefit of the children. This lecture
ts free. Let everyone send or take
their children to hear this wonderful
lecture. Everyone can't come, but do
send the children. Let this very im-
portant subject be Impressed upon
them while they are young. They
will remember It much longer than
the older ones. Don't forget-Mon-
day afternoon at 2:30.
Today's Program.
Following is the program for to-
day:
.4:30 a. m.- Biblical Hour, Dr. D. W
Howell.
10::0 a. m School of Health and Do-
n.estic Scoience Au important talk
fur sintomn only, followed b) a ue'. -
tion drawer lDr (G-i-1l.
': :;o p i -<;rand Concert. Roble)
.Mlti Quartette, with readingKa and
itiii r.(-onattious by liayard T Robley
4, joI I 1 -,. I. s (' Hound Table.
"I- l(is ill Clva l r 1) W Howell
S p 1 i m .Musical Prelude, Itobl.y
Matl. Quallte Ttth
S; op illn -A-ecture,. Tramnps Through
Saitzerlaid. lr W I. laidbotj of
\Va.higctoii. 1) illustrated by lol4
beautiful atereoptictorln i'*t e. na"iy
,U|rTi).bl> ohrt.d. folloSed by a*
ri.*r. of r.m i rk t able- M llitK l'ic
tur,'. W "t,, rt t; .-

TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE 1litH(MO Quinine
Tablets. l)ruggilta re.fuiid mntey If
it fails to cu. KE W. GitOVEU S sIg-
nature is on each boa.- l,.


Crosheed Again.


.11 c leii
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HEAVY WIND STORE

REPORTED ON FRIDAY

REACHED VELOCITY OF 40 MILES


a


AN HOUR AT NEWBERRY.


Was More or Lee Severe as Par


South as Morriston, But No


Damage Reported.


A terrific wind-storm was reported
Friday from Newberry and points
south by subscribers along the line of
the East Florida Telephone Company.
From Newberry It was learned that
at one time the wind reached a ve-
locity of fully forty miles an hour. but
fortunately no buildings were blown
down, and the only damage reported
was the felling of a few trees.
Montbrook and Williston sections
also suffered in this way. but at Most-
brook the wind seemed to be a little
stronger than further up the line. The
wires in this section were damaged
and nothing could be heard regarding
the fury of the gale there.
In and around Galnesville the rain
was more severe than the wind, and
the people generally were glad to see
the rain, regardless of the InI effects
that it may hereafter cause, about the
only disagreeable feature being the
muddy streets.
Colder weather is anticipated, but It
is not thought that we will have any-
thing like a freezing temperature.


Mwe Mod Nm Uwue A p2 .ka"VM wM*

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AU~~n op mwdd, Iems mfi I

4What *AST*ORIAM
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I


RESOLUTIONS.


Into the presence of the Great I Am.
entered the spirit of Mrs. Omera B.
Thomas. January 10th. 1909.
Whereas. It has pleased our Heaven-
ly Father to call home His child, we
bow submission to His divine will,
but in the removal of Mrs. Thomas
from her earthly home. to her home I
"Over There," in "The land That Is
Fairer Than Day." her dear ones have
lost a loving, devoted mother and
friend; our church has lost. not only
one of its charter members, but a
true. earnest, faithful Christian-and A l
our community a loyaL true friend.
Therefore be it Resolved, That we. S
the members of the Foreign Mission-
ary Society. of Kavanaugh Methodist W. N.
Church, South, of Galnesville. Florida.
of which Mrs. Thomas was a faithful
member, express to her bereaved
ones our sincere sympathy, commend-
ing them to Him "who doeth all things l
well," knowing that she stands wait-
ing for them, and the separation will
not be long. for they shall all meet
again, where sorrow and parting is
unknown, and hear, with her. the
blessed words of the Master, '"Well
done, good and faithful servant, enter
thou into thy reward." The society
has lost one of its oldest and most de- i
voted members, but in our loss we re-
Joice that she has entered into her We IN
eternal reward, and we shall always
hold her In loving remembrance.
Resolved, further. That a copy of iT
these resolutions be sent the bereaved
family, and a copy be sent The Sun.
alp.o The Florida Christian Advocate.
for publication. and a copy be spread
on the minutes of our society.
MRS. HI'FPMAN.
MRS. I'PALD;TT,
MRS. CARTi'.
Committee.

Marriage of Mrs. Cannon.
Ne-s has twbeen received in the city Fir
f the marriage of Mrs. J W. Cannon.
h ji'rth ha .. % t t d ,-t *- a 1ain


rill! n happy i o lrrea at llaml
on lat Sunday. her huband lwinng l)r
L I). obles, who had formerly visited
this (it and a ith a hoi. herr son, Theo-
dore, Is now |had)Ing dentistry Thiu
will iproue a great surprise to her nu
nirroue frihindi ili this city. who were
'itare-l) unaware of hher Int-t ion-
whn 1 hei' gave up Gaineaville as her


For COLD and GRIP.


mme YOKi U T Hai e &mma nmb
In UN For Ovor 00


HE WHITE Hm

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Steam Heat, Gas and Electrico Lto. *Omtd
located. Service Gunnteed


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GH -MAKEDE EETA

It pays the farmer to plant only the
question not of "how cheap," butd "how bh.m a
8W X B i h M d Il sek d ft fW Edi
We ae now booking ordw Mr e= Ad o*r wiumm MM
- will b glad to ud byo Iri-
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H31 &. 3ORDAN*


W. .


)RDAN & COMPA


INSURANCE


PORTER alOCK


GAII4USVILAA* PL


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Never a Welcome


Th'lie' tiro- fetiol


~~ I fILAh' I Hlkis '4''ICAUlNi' in Ofebe'it rent.-
'41 I ~ d.~ re'la le.%ttithe actilig aand fc'~ erl~1
~ c e~ c'-t' un-d tlit' cold satid re .,tc .ie
lieu tiAl 4'.41141104 Ils It's Itejitd c-if,.1i-
liii 1.4tiellat. l I) lk-, 2t a icd :. ot t d rta

II k Hui) t, er~le f.r T1 ic n and I tv f
',yomer 4e te ice' I i the ittiso contest


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all
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Ulnexpectedly-her toe
there tomorrow. TI.
certainty of his vi
utIakIEr it imperative
la'wiay pln-pared. Thi
f4i He. Widsh tO favor
\\ itll ,l refi*ii ler i
i ,,tk.' it uur b *ii n
', -, that all who '
'.: L.- Il tld r Ia t
\ illi1 it I!1oO
''r trouble.
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LAND TITLES

.a t Ima "*.
LLs at of bteas p daily.
Lm d Yts.


biwih^


aftwow o


~u beds ad tdo CiYtya
U hbe am sat my Oeee
g~V~Ime so" &ehbeurm
It 3w toNW46Arc 3 DOP. Ham fO
I-m am kem9a.am.toIs aln, muW
969U.to4 P. EL Dew ft tel
---ama n iso emwa&aoo
I"' am"* YM to vow Is e

poolowed b doely have yaw a""
esm Owbodo at eme
J. HAlEY DL.4
SW S-kMl Tmwawe.
6~uu~P Mm.,Feb IL1".


N1d 1 e= o a tertW meme I
ThWe teass aad pUaps a the
Akdws U etbo Sa save amseasfeal
earlteIameot In the school blildlIg
at tM plase Frlay aight far the
boam af the -eae fMad of the school.
w s veral weeks peat they have
bas wwkrl bard o tthis entertain-
met ad the Pnoram readored was
ome of the beat ever beld there. All
of tM town and surra ding country
tawod ot nla tfau forca and a neat
am was raised by the scholars toward
their plao.
Naaamd. y sWoatramils, .
The above is the memo of a German
ebaemial which is one of the many
valuable isgredlents of Foley's Kidney
Remedy. Hxamethyleietetramine is
reonaised by the medical text books
mad atheorities as a ark acid solvent
and antseptic for the arlna. Take
proele Kidney Remedy as soon as
yeea aotSe any Irregularities, and
avod a mrwous malady. J. W. McCol-
hu11 & o.

The Ageef the Moeraba.
People aust now a living lan a state
es almost aourbld apprebhesloa con-
erMla what they should sat and
drak. There have been the paleo-
thle age and the red andstone age.
The prevent age would come to be
known as the barilas. microbe and
tuberle age. Lord Rabbleedale In
Hloe of LOrds.

What It Dese.
speakingg of poetry. does the mod
ern 'lbool make as think?"
"Well. It IaiLes us bustle fur lthb
dkictiuiay- that Is, tbuse of us wil,
have any curl4dlty at sll"'-LoulrvUl-
Coarier Juuru n al.


Ithillg. blerd ilgK
bUiad pils yield to
Chromic ca -'e ouol
cured. Druiggits all


I'rutrudiuig Iv
I a..lto Olulmen'
ft liI. ed. Snill
ik-11 IL.


A MlIe eorn e*ICtm A
o- fm wboh er seae or ab ru-
w wE g mw tsuppo yer amuad1





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s- w sily ta es are eat

Ir aFgat s- m eardi g
m ene l am a edasemable easeto




o um sr OrWeNlR H0r the *ien.









mt -r -et- ea ortr la as n -
aee ezsHmety valuable Biareeuats-
Skms a preparsaee whMso is oom.
mes r a pase eat bewl regulato
Oaflk b doOr ml eomothm-

k ~aam 60MWs s the paabte mad
t a am.t f they do ot do
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a ; /k e..w aN o2 w
N hMr ON .WN debateer m.eor

09 am"ot.. e.m f They a m

asea flws hr a nbn pe-.
q Is mt a e a hait, hlt
S oregme the mse of
b u sea4ml thsoh the e of

W gOg1-0g6 an.erawetly re-



wIN do yeau much
emd ml we wll reaP-I year musy
wa argumt if they dosot do
0 we eOM they wiK They mwe pre.
pmae b tahbet am in two mi@es of
f ;U tbo26c Me., end 12 tab.
1410 Mo. J. W. Nm &s, Ceo. car-
am mb Mo amvo wseetoe


wad mlameA ly, probably caused by
m baeea Idyer. A bad IvWr makes
s wows ml d rib sas. metal
a1" l SO-deisms and may re-
lit 4birlly Wllards Rerb.
is tobis d be te perftet liver
ra lsr. If yea're bue and out of
ms, gft a bethe tday. A postUve
-n fohrboom headachseastups,
in, dbllt ai d fever and all liver
eim. ffMa iO W. A. John..o.

The Lea aed Short of It.
one my wti the rae."
"Ye;: be' sort legged. but long
wImlasd."-Detrolt Fre Press.
ea e s is mot measured by *sIe or
heigt, but by prtnciple.-pltetps.

A FACT PROVEN.


If thee Is the asIttest doebt ti the
mlads of say that Dandrat s*rms do not
exist. their belief i compelled by the
tact that a rabbit Innoeulatd witthe
germs became bad in is weeks' time.
It must be apparent to any peron
therefore that the only prevention of
baliesw is the detruction o the germ-
which act s successfully accomplished
Il one hundred per cont. of cases by
tbe application of Newbro's Herpicide
Deadruf Is caused by the sam* erm
vbwhich causes baldnem and can be pre-
vented wit the same rndy-Newbe
Accept no satitute "Destroy the
ause you remove the oet."
*old by leading dr'wletsa nd W. to
stamps for sample to The H*rplcide Co.
Dtire't. meb.
Two tie.--4* ents aad 8100
J. S. Bodlmfr A Os.. ps la Agea



Breads, Cakes and

= Pies,,

lIiasilli n iir. I ai, I n n 'v'4, *-.! ,,o r
Bank-r %% r- A w i proi an-A o ti r
you CnicIL1t ,. r. if- lIa*- oair M A.
goa Atop at your ti
KEYSTONE BAKERY
IH. T. N-lal-r, PrIp. Phuoln lit,


mo


EVE RYBO DY
~~:.'"OCOU WILLIAM CAMP


A baem eThat esed G~ e Paee hee

Is a lewry there hags a lrep
eaa if as aImpOain frame. Tb.
p alatig sbws a waterfall i oe oe
I he sates faaes for startitag at.
W am"e"ry. The piW *te ha i epd
ft pesst place wr ewever years
"*eru a beleae hIn a sked a it
her a the am is charge.
"Mow man thea the others yes ae."
"*semi a atom It should be'l the
esplal a the state where tiMs areuery
L" mid the visier.
"It was plated -r the state." rM
pde thea mes ebhears "m t bwhe I
wa ubaitNted to he art coamttme
t read to accept I."
What was the objectlear
"TY es the *y le overcast. Tb,
art put s a athAera storm UIe an
a alamity. The ant mi tt
oee aidM t as a neetifo ea the lwe
alatle of the state; that a stem sab
as is sapreasuted was asksmws tothat
latttUr ."
CO"aet te artOt put in amotbec
sky, that areseead with th aNtes
I pIt-1 hfr smeobme r
" aI amppa e ea. t e. -. 'w
*e tsa t that the ai us kk-d up by
te at s emmettee wamiled the storm
asoet a the ma as aa he reuse to
g. noe mit M ber. and beehm
emamlaD"- ass DM.


u the Amae... s..
BONseearnm wallwse -m eUs
dOi eaat bs an abuidanmce a wild
ai..s. A traveler wraer: **"By the
die et eaksa ad walaue yea Bnd
foeat torla s b md make eight sNSW
le. atd bears adt wolve aboasnd.
They are a serie drug apes ladw
try, ad eeM is cvnied Bulgaria It
has lately bes to neceasary to In
crease the goveamment rewards for
lllnthem. 1 believe It to be a true
Sary that a party of peasaate with
beea was ot toes ago wholly de-
alped by v lves la the Mort Hove
meau ls. nothlMa but the bits and
sdrrup Ies bheg found to record
thm.
"Is the came bils the peasants ml-
trate fr the summer to lofty shoabul-
des where the ladt is fat enough to
re Utthe ptchbe ot malse, and here.
amght after alght. they will sit up with
a fle to t ee off beama There are
tragip staMs ad womens with beabie
t thei arms beating off bears with
brafam bread trom the are.
"nTae pevaiose. of eagle. Is a do-
libtftul etur for the traveler. and
em the eMlfa et Moteaetgr I ooes
emonwd at 4We aame mmemt thirty.
lae Ieve.s."


I find
very valuable
rebuallding It
worn and
system.
nALP.' Cs'4, high-minaded, Impclsalve, generous, coarnteo,
Ssya!, a cleverr lt good fellowship, a lover of home, magmlami
-M trew to fr!Wnds, is a reputation that any man may well heavy.
So man better ezemplilee this decriptiok than Col. Willisaam "a
Mt oni .-.l is gives below. His unique figure and charming pers nal(
as th tret the htt o te capital city of the battedd State. His wd bI-
libs boi. Hlm tramkn- sad truthfuluess no one has ever Ms a
sLew hlm.
Bead what be esys eonaerning Perna.
%*4- &0- 4P.* *** ^4*1iNOW.
Ol wrarIk say that I have w ad MlrreM saIdW
v fmh remeD tr cou~gA or clds ad re*iMiW f a e
w t ired system, dissipti a4r ad erads IatS l t rW NMtW
g. "--Ca. WIImia Camp, IF40 L St., N. W., Wsh Ms, Al
F:- -%A-W- %O wap- I%;- ar w am


ML CHAS. BROWN, Rogersville,
SWTean., writes: "I feel it my duty
to write you a few words nla praise of
year Peruna. I have tried many differ.
eat remedies, but have found that Pe-
a is the greatest tonic on earth, and a
piseet system builder.
*A friend advised me to take Perua&
fr twiligestlon, and it eured me la a
abrt time. I waj very weak sad ner-


- aI


G.


S.


vous, could sleep but littleatati
Peruns cured that tired, afl.atl
nag, and made me feel like a aewa
so I heartily recommend It to dl
are weak and run down. It v1
new life and energy.
"T cannot speak too bhighlyd
and will not forget to r=eoamua|
Peruna is manufactuoied
Prunaa Drug Mfg. o.,Colambsa


Merchant & Co.


nafeisa ed oJobbe In


Staple and Fancy Croceries
Graiq, Garde% Seed and Fertiuize
SOUTN SIDE SQUARB '-*- GAINREVILL. rLOnIML
Htghest market price paid for ChlekeMe, Eggs and othc- PiadsM

A Oom e tok of Hay., Con. Ota. rokr. ra. i.L CetN
sud Mesl sad Rye. We badle oaly the Vouy *d so
at Ia PriMad guarantee sLs







o.Eas"h

ALL KIMhOSU_


The Fay-helee Visible.


Mabimesfor
Writvfr Pellri.c1', Termmh

IL C. DAVNS&1UK
11 4 v Wt Bay tt


Tiiis C(o'rolPN WILL Nor 1 (4i,.I A riN: ElP.Iz I 1I

Bush & Safford The Gainesville Si


PIANO


5


CONTEST


V OTES


For -- -._


Address _


ThLim (wipti .,h may
II4*tt9.qIlit, tii.


In. t g tiat'I Ise -ull t. r lit oi t 1,#,r ,f4


THE GUN


, a Seicitiag votes by candidates or friends within the stores
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lagm IsIe moets: rt s tbn

att Columntn centsea o t
----- -- fsor wack --o-e a
lw' e Tg mI *ade knoC m n


-10" I ve- -,Monday =ad
amn"siM an the awthe ryof t
am"e denral, send wilt bee
be, t**F ou mthe saetinted

a bane e due after arin
Utonc. emils onber Is
itig s1s u omu te uag
eawstPa s P- la n od.

S o els m$100,000 bar
Sstation at Plttsbu rs.
MM gpstly to the probia-


agseed another man lt
Wo has sever reed a news-
W e- he is on the s ury for

eCoampeUtiao between
ssalges anoud jungle
b d e st to be something
i tide next administration.4

g massa is bad enough tos .
WW, betan conceited one Irs
d the man who combines
13 s makeup is insufferable.
M w -temt saying something
nla t ke playing at random
Si-gHd instrument. There is
vp varation and noise, but no


g who possesses the tUriahI
M ofr humbleness will always
Sooner or later it will
Sto be has none of there
rto amewoutd betfewere



iS th bome life than toll-I
14Wu grievance to others.
syes a a boy carrying waterI
afMI Salt e a ld to quench the
Sa elephant, t does not fonl-
S he adles thke wash water at
Stalrks The Orlando Sentinel.

is JO im News has entered upon
$Mit-- year. The editor, John
W -, is ow e of the mot so ifted
Is lie ptale. and The Sund



Wissthe government cherf ofI
f incused of twieg a revolu-
ny7, sad the leader of the revo-
im grmy is accused of feiwg in
SAl etheo government What a
Sgeentry it must he to live
B ~~tar tashaken comvlction thate

a diring to dwell together
Space abd corn ord
lhg to be diverted from their
Pof ele bphan Ilot d foen fa-


SMabout the lUtiitq-d Statt'w

PWmaYlvania railroad has Jubt
hgurem showing that iu 190b
015sers we-re killed and a~l
SIt lines. The figures com-
AWalshow that 2,986Ix6 lWuOtl
WWSWe for treppassing along
9*sy1vania lhis during the SMOIC

lsy groS ai III tJ&alilt-~cI, ilt-It laL~
~~~i thecd i It.- Iaul aiarket for'
buk~ta~ ral 4di, s. amnd ticu,%. ie)
Plbgintk" i IAC tnIt iit 1114.

b~s 104i. 111UI) li~ *' .Id% ~t
of n e t--IleLt lt 11.A'ur Vi'luti -, 61
""a gjh4e s exik kIc Iill~it Ii.A10


~ ia flol.it imi.aa c m a prodiLAItc
, I, Aic swedeae ;*tIi


I


The Indianapolis (Ind.I Newis umen-
tilou the fact that. notwithtatdlng Its
recent unpleasantness, with the Prebil
dent. it has incr-ab.-il Its circulation
.il4.

Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except
on lprescriltilons from r.eputuble phb'i
clans, as the damage they sill do is
ten fold to the good you cau possibly
derile from them Halls Catarrh
Cure, nimaufactured by F. J Cheiney
& Co. Toledo, 0, coiutailis no uer-
cur), a,.d i taken tiatr.ill), att i g
',lire-tly pion t th. blhcd .l IIIIioUo**u"
.rf .ces of thet b) t-t' ii buyi) l
1 1i1 Catarrh Cure. b ure you Let
l he ge-nuit.- It in take interntalll)
,.d inoude .i Tuld ). Oldo. by F. J
Chenet'y & co Tiltlluoitali frte-
Sold by all druggits. Price, 7('c Ier
lxt tie.
STike Hall t 'lnlf) Pall fur cuutl
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etltRtNT a eOMaIe. 1
The Richmond News-Leader says:
"There In pith in the utgratlion of a
Confederate v teran that unless we
make some haste In the building of
the Battle Abbey few or none of the
veterans nla whoe honor and for
whose pleasure It is to be erected will
see it These men are marching
across the river In numbers accelerate.
lng every year. We owe It to them
to have as many of them as posFIhle
given the opportunity before they die
to see the chief memorial to their
valor and their service."
The Norfolk Landmark says: "No
State. says Mr. Lodge in a speech at
ostona. should have a right to
disregard a treaty once made by the
United States. It is easy to reduce
that doctrine to absurdity. If a State
is necessarily bound by any treaty
made between the Federal Govern-
ment and a foreign power the constl.
tution amounts to nothing; for a Wash-
ington administration could wipe the
States out of existence and establish
the rankest domestic tyranny by agree-
ment with the opera-bouffe republic of
Panama."
Thb Philadelphia Record says: "The
timely retreat of the Lesislature of
California and the seasonable diaposl-
tiou of the authorities at Toklo have,
temporarily at least. given pause to
agitation of the Japanese question. If
the declarations of the Japanese am-
bassador have any validity his gov-
ernment has no notion of regarding as
an indignity or a wrong any measures.
local or general, to reduce Asiatic Im-
migration to a minimum. The declara-
tion of Mr. Takahira that 'the Japa-
nese are true to their own country
and fully aware of the rights of other
countries' covers the whole ground of
controversy."
The Charleston Post says: "The city
of Savannah doesn't seem to be afraid
of antagonizing the railHroads by re-
quiring them to give a decent consid-
eration to the rights of the public and
to accommodate themselves to the con-
venience of the people. If there is
anywhere a community whose pros-
perity is dependent upon the
favor of the railroads it is Savannah.
and if it were necessary for the peo-
ple of a hurtling city to subordinate
their best Interests to the railroads
in order to remain In business and
make some progress. Savannah would
be the place of all places t9 give
itself up to the transportation lines.
But Savannah doesn't hesitate to dis-
cipline the railroads nor to enforce
upon them wholesome regulations.
The fact is worth considering by those
in other communities who are forever
prhispering cautions against offending
these terrible monsters upon whose
breath depends the life of trade."

A dispatch from Los Angeles, Cal..,
states that Vice-President Falrbanks
has purchaed 225 acres of fruit land
adjoining the city of Redlands, sixty-
fAve miles east of Los Angeles, where.
it is understood, he will make his
home in the near future. He has for
several years owned a half interest in
the land and a few days ago be ac-
quired the other half for $70,04T. Plans
are now bting prepared by a local
architect for a magnificent r,'.id'nce.
There are ninety-seven acres In navel
oranges. one hundred acres in select-d
varieties of grapes and twenty-eight
acres in alfalfa. A splendid Income
has been derived from the property
for several years. Mr Fairbanks' son.
F. C Fairbanks, resides at Pasadena.
ten miles east of Lon Angc'l.' atnd
fifty-thve miles we ,t of Rtdlands


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If the ('n a n,..-fn and other oft-
rclal who e'njo the free franking priv-
Iiek had to buy Mtamps and use them
at the rate which all other people have
to pay the revenue would have bees
$20.981.239 more mut year.
The Roston Transcript says:
"The reports covering the special
weighing of the mail for a six months'
I'rinod last year furnish the first re-
Itable data as to what the free service
Iof the Postofice Department)
amounts to. The et imated weight
of the free mall matter carried dur-
ing a year is 76.355.738 pounds. If this
mail all paid postage at the regular
rate It would bring Into the treasury
$20.981.239. In addition to this free
second-class matter, and penalty mat-
ter, the department carried free mail
of Its own which if It had been paid
for would have brought In a revenue
of $21.000.000."
It is understood that this does not
Include the postage on Senator Till-
man's typewriter.-Commercial Union.

"Only about one person la every ten
knows bow to use the telephone prop.
erty," said a district manager of one
of the looal companies. "Nine out of
every ten persons talk entirely too
load ever the telephone. They actual-
ly shout and make so much solse that
they drown out all semblance of clear-
nes," says The Philadelphia Record.
Then they cant hear. and the frst
thing you know there is a complaint
about poor connection and faulty
service. The correct way to talk over
the telephone is to talk as you do In
ordinary conversation, or even a
trifle lower. People can't seem to
realise that the telephone will carry
a whisper even."
Lamp, the brewer, who is now In the
divorce court, taught his wife how to
smoke cigarettes, says The Savannah
News. After a while another fellow.
came along with a brand of cigarettes
better than those Lemp smoked, and
the lady liked them. When the lady
switched her cigarettes Lemp got
mad and made a fuss. Can it be long-
er argued that cigarette smoking is
an abominable vice?
The wasteful manner In which this
country Is using up its natural resaour-
ces is on a par with the action of the
business man who each year makes
a serious Inroad upon his capital. The
result is disastrous in either case.
Government experts tell us there Is
$35 pew capital In circulation. But
about $29 of It Is circulating out of
our purses lato somebody else's
pockets.


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3o A. CARLJILD,
AITONRYR AT LAW
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Practie n all Courts. State and
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IN
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THE BUSH & SAFFOR


In Which i Residet of cha County A

he Awarded a Beautiful Hward Piano, and

Certicas Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished

The Bsh & Saffor Piano Co., Sole Rep

setabves of The R. S. Howard Co. of Mim

The Ctest to be Cducted by THE SUI

BehaI of Bush Sfford.. : : : :



$3,6650.00

One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the pe
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the high
number dof votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p.
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : : : : : : :


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Additional Gifts
In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano 0(
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be .
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills wil I
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To Ike a6s0b hr ms M Im im, OM. Iw h rm for.......SiU
To, f. mum sr b i .t m@tkU tL,.a heNfora mb1 or ...... ..1711
To n mtiO r mbft MNOktWvba6@UM for am* for......* .- .- s1
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to say1
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the iU
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respectstM
to will be given each of those tieing.


How and Where to Get

Votes -
The following merchants will give one vote
or every cent paid Into their establisUahusta for
goods which they handle:
The Gaineeville Hardware Co.
ptMer S*es.
Hyde &Teme*.
Wkr hVis May Be Cat
Ballot boxes will be found in the establish.-
ments of the merchants giving votes and at The
Bun office. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun,
GalmesvIlle. Florida.


Rules and Regulabt
1. The contest is open to sanyOe
Alachua county who is known by the*M
of the contest or vouched for by some
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attached or relative 0O
prietors of the above named firwa r ae
participate In this contest, and dill
no manner.
3. In the event of a mlsunderstandlang k
candidates or others Interested In this
such controversy may be referred to
doctors of contest. who alone are tMe -
qualified to render decisions.
4. In the event a candidate decide
draw from the race, such candidate Wi
allowed to transfer votes to the credit
candidate la the cotest.


TIIEJ .DAZnILY St
$1.26-Thre months' subscription ..................... 400 vote w
$2.60-Six months' subscription ....................... 1,000 votes 1, _
$5.00-Oe year's subscription .. ........... ......... 3,000 votes 3,
For a club of five one-year subscriptiuas (before April 1, 1909).25,000 votes 3, 0
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1).. .25,000 votes ?,
'liTh rT. i- no limit to tht. iii l1er of cltubsi eai'l ceo ti-t.ant ltt."'y ,r

THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00- One year's subscription ................. .......... .. .
Fur a c!I.b of five one-year subscriptious .. ......... .., "
TIh-ur i- i limit to tfit nuiiber of !cl bl- ciwli conte-tant ii.*y


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kmaet y trouble
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t IFoley's kidney
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g Itregularltles
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Mad recommend
to all suffer-
after the do rtoa
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stock or having
O-aMeental Nation-
lS Association, or
and Loan As-
wmaUfled to pre-
or einm to me as
I Mcamee pending in
SI edte Eighth Judi-
SI sn and for
Is Chacery, wherein
S AL an complainants.
Ml N&tlomal Building
Alaand the Fernan-
Slaw Assoelation et
Sprove same be-
imtge February 24th.
C. I. LAYTON.
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S ht~ t Injury Resulted from
b Fel*w's Escapade In
Most Positive Way Ingredients of

CUTICURA PROVEN PURE
SWEET AND HARMLESS
A New York fri'rli f ('," 'Irs wr;itei
he folkowing inter-st ing letter: --
"My threw year oldi wen and heir.
ftw lelina put to Ibd .In a trip amr*s
the AtsanUc. invltigatd the. state-
room and lomted a box of graham
mrackue and a box of Cutcura Oint-
mt.
"Whbm a arw wa mad for the
box. t wav found ,mpty and the kid
admaItted ttt bI had Mtn the cm-
lent& of do entire box "prd O the
ma b-p It cred him of a bad cold
nd I don't know what ele."
No momu edu.ive evrkiwne than
the above could be offerd that evry
tvMdint nf (utkiura Ointnwm t h ab-
tldy pure,. sweet and harmlen If
it my b saely eatrn b ycn hild
Bftr but t mat l rulta ciM
be expected to atter.d its applick'ation to
even th nd t aki or yniMat
Infant. Thbi feeling n ha by
mother and nursi to such an extent
that Cutkwa S8nap and Cuticura Olnt
mntt havu for many yr bm ubm-
tatnly u-med throughout the civtid
world for p erving. purifyin and
betuttfyin the skin, scalp, adr
hand f infant and ehildrmn from the
howur ( birth. And greater still. I
poble. is the cornfdence reposed toi
CFuutura Remedife for the treatnunt or
t, iturin and dielfuring humors of the
Okla and "p. The suffrin whikb
thby have thus alevIwated among the
and the oornfort they have af-
ordd wor-out and werrid parts
have led to their adopti n in cnustloa
hom a prices anto in the qpeody.
permanent, aife and roon~mk a) treat-
ment of infantile and birth humom. -
M rahes Irritation, itnftamma-
tions and chain and other itchmg.
ov and pi=mpyhumor when all other
Suitb for hldmi fail.

SA L#sumE LdO (W pe TowL FAM La*
Tae. rI. Ium.re, r,. Meww JrM a m.


The Missing Link.
A lawyer having ocese In a Phila-
delphia buUding wherein there are
some buundreds of tenants recently loot
a cuff link, one of a pair that be great-
ly priced. Being absolutely certain
that be bhad dropped the link some-
where In the building. be caused a no-
tice to be posted In the following
terms:
"Loot-A gold cuff link. The owner.
William Ward. will deeply appreciate
Its Immedli-e return."
That afternoon on pawing the door
whereon tbis notice was posted what
were the feelings of the lawyer to ob-
serve that appended thereto were theme
lines:
"The finder of the mlisrg cuff link
would deem It a great favor If the
owner would kindly iose the other
Unk."-Harper's WMeekly.

Foley's Honey and Tar clears the air
passages. stops the Irritatlon In the
throat, soothes the Inlamed mem-
branne. and the moat obetlalte cough
disappears. Sore and Inflamed lungs
are healed and strengthened. and the
cold is expelled from the system. Re-
fuse any but the genulne In the yel-
low package. J. W. MeCollum a Co.
Care cf *newshac,.
Snoww,.,, n,.<4i1 vcri v liltht car.' You
don't have to wipe then dry with a
cbrmol. f ,r ing:,an' tlw Ire-'rillool
treatment fr skitea. WV'en t:iklig
them off fifr'-ly taol t.len :;,rl AIIIt the
wall (or a ti-'i to tliake fr't'e tliv lng-
Ing snow mld Istand tlhemI .up on their
heels outuidet. Never attempt to dr.v
theim before a fire. When t'iey are put
away for tle summer Bsecit a dry
place where there will be u" danger of
mie.-Country Life In Am-rica.

Pnourronia Follows Lagrippe.
Pui,.umOla often follov.. lagrloiw
but t i. % r f '.,,% tl.t- u-' ft "'< ,l '
li, ,1 y a. d a l 'FT.tr. for l.a r,' *' olui h
a i Il J I. ,. tt d f' If,'' ,. t ,' b lt
th- g, httihi it th'" I,, al,%1, kst ,

J. W. M a & C
Improved.
"li,,' *, i i Hli .e i 0,ur alairin '.low k
naus l l he J ,l i'r i
*l a'ir d' trit sl it
"',, .t i t :x rih'au 1 *filh It at
fir! "t
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For HIADACHE-HMcko' CAPUDINE.
Wheth-'r liiou "cods. hl'..' -Ltomc'l
or uerouu, troutl,- t'ai llu- till
relteu yuu It. liquid a-alt to
take-art immediately Y" It lOc,
2tc and 50c at all drug at res

-a- "Want" ads brtag neWltm.


I *m*** -u h- w* C*'*
I re. terme t. .. etr-ip r. -e,
asked what was ni NE on to the town.
"Hlid anSy entertainments this ea-
s,?"r he If>ivnired
"No." mid Mr. ('ral. '"Not one. e-.
lome Hlowe's pupils have gSren two
pon'erts. plano and organ, and the
principel of the 'eademy has lortutrd
twice. once on 'ur National Forests
and once on 'ntonea a I Know Them.'
hut as far as entertainments are con-
"er'ned enterville hasn't ot round to
em yet this weaao."-Touth's Coom-
panion.
Wern Out.
That's the way you feel about the
hangs when you have a backing cough.
W- f oll-hna-s. to let It go on and
trust to luck to get over It. when Bal-
lard's lIorehound Syrup will stop the
ougsh aind hval the lungt. Price 2 c.
.A4c an4 $1 00 per bottle. Sold by W.
M. Johnson
HWa Usual Way.
The neo wviiltrPq hit' id u1 to' P
dapper you.:g mnan at the breakfa,,
table, who. after griinclng at the bill
opened his mnath, and a noise lsamed
forth that mounded like the ripping off
of all of the orgs on one of the ibhetis
In the power house. The new waitress
made her escape to the kitebes. "Fel-
low out there Insulted me." she said
The head waiter looked at him. "I'll
get It." he said. "That's Just the train
caller ordering hi breakf st."-Argo
naut.
Hoarse coughs and stuffy old that
may develop Into pneumonia over
night are quickly cured by Foley's
Honey and Tar. and It soothes Inflam-
ed membranes, heals the lums, and
expels the cold rom the system. J.
W. McCollum & Co.
For City Marshal.
To the Voters of the City of Gainas-
ville:
I am a candidate for City Marshal.
for re-election on April 13. I have
served the people faithfully and e3-
ciently, nigbt and day, and my record
ia open for Inspection.
It my service during the past year
baa been satIsfactory I ask the sup
port and vote of each and every ctU-
sen who is qualified. I can only
promise the same service as I have
endeavored to give tn the past.
Tours for order,
BEN T. ARNOW.

I take this method of Informing the
public that I am a candidate for City
Mahal at the election to be hlid on
April 11. 13. 1 reIpectfully sUcit
the amuport of al voters, Irraeetive
of party alatlon, and promise to
faithfully and la&partially dacharge
the duties of the ofce should I be
elected. Respectfully.
CHAB. C. WARREN.

I respetfuy ammoue mysetf a
madidat. for the office of City Mar-
hal. to hbe voted or at the electim
an April 11. 1.. If elected I will
fathfully dlachlwrs te dutiee of the
ofce without fear or fa vor. I re-

rmapectve of party afltS.
(3HAS ML DILL


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N, 0#aInborel~v given Ihot N. PI' Mouri.
urebsa~t t Teabs crtwesaIe No qw.
ft t"e Sbth day of July. A.
I mA-l tlawe aILLb~de-ulslaidce da m so-
,,ri-rmib te fub10"lIg dewlOW4 inefhertv diuv
ul,e acre In Ne ver 4i4 sr's L Ot Rk bee
The siaid laM Wb8ta wkN atLbs ede.6ts
&,,, O.A'b'&6 u &a aws. ecrttnusteis n lt.e mes
of Wra.. Martha htrck "n.
Ul'Leab mINSW 06UDGLzaba b~li be rae~esad
M',.unhisw tolaw.- %" deed WillIOWA* r
,a tho ibtbdaiuof Mareb. A. LIsil.
Witw rom my iao l vWDgswrg ad&W i
tbs tb day of Vsbr~aurv. A.- M ISO
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win su eek ssd asoh.U. mwU weea&k m wp& adb
slum, dew, olh
Hle Udmwve be kb asmhu. b a&sommeablowue
OtsrdunDpppuImdhI6 m- W is i alhlumamm


Dr.Pirce's GoldenMe"ical Dicoer
ps'evee ag*080dhselm k imhwa mama% b aisfem
ed hIs@Mg. k glmom ag dbesmlu. e wo% mod p
aehem bl64ed, eddeem% hIa dGG
It rc 't-re% tone to the servom"So=.m sad @m Desonime ahaustwo A
prantrms fm. It e rtsins mealeahol or habic formift draft.
-r nn;,I :-most ueMcloan medhma.Dr. Pisre.'.1s kmP41
Ltct re ;Th~ey ncer gripe. Easy t em fts comfay.


ABOUT ADVERTISING-NO. S


How to


Write Retail


Advertising Copy



A killed layer of mosaics works wk i
sman fragments of stone--they fit into mom
places than the er chunks
The skilled advertiser works with smal
words-they fit into we minds dtn ir.


7 he simpler the language the greater
taintthat twill be tndersod by the b '
i telugt reader.
The construction engineer plan hi road
bed where there is a um i f a --b
works along the lines oef WO mv mt
The advertisement which ru io u
tainous style is badly surcd-ud W J
unet uikerhighe t me ethshiug.
Advertising m-t be simpe Wh
is tricked out with the jewelry o
literary xpression it looks as amch o d of
place as a boldol s aS tM e5es a ial
The buying public s oi sh a* %Is.
facts. People read adverisms to e
what you hv t wiL t
The advertiser who can fire tleNfM
in the shortest time gets dom 911
Blank cartridges m.h r oqUy hav wih.'
-blank talk. however clever. is only wasd
space.
You force your salesmen to keep topW
facts-you don't allow thAi to sell 02slh
with quo;adioms from Omar or trousers with'
excerpts from Marie Corelli You ms not
tolerate in your priutd il1f alW an ,0% syn
that you are not willing to countena ie in


personal salesmanship.
Cut out clever phrases if they are nseared
to the sacrifice of clear explanaton-
copy as you talk. Only be more brief. Publit
is costlier than conversation---ranging in price
downward from $6.00 a line, talk is not cheap
but the most expensive commodity in the world.
S! etch in your ad to the stenographer.
Then you will be so busy saying it "that you


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will not have time to bother about the gew-
gaws of writing Afterwards take the type-
written manuscript and cut out every word
and every line that can be erased without omit-
ting an important detail. What remains in the
end is all that really counted in the beginning.
Cultivate brevity and simplicity. Savon
Francais" may look smarter, but more people
will understand "French Soap." Sir Isaac
Newton's explanation of gravitation covers six
pales, but the schoolboy's terse and homely
"' What goes up must come down" clinches
the wlole thing in six words.
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINE8VILLE, FLORIDA. FEBRUARY 20, 1909


Of MD


INTEIM REST
Wg REPORTERSI

i -d d What Is Qo-
I and
df the City.

gh mets of J. G.

lbr 25c. Saunders
'a" at ba"--rtod8

at M trtic Theatre on

ag Swift's Premium
& brie.
peaterday made a
to Arredoodo.
dto ladies'
a kestaurant
celery; other
gMum. J. G. Harrold
r4y of Rochelle %as
S o the city yester-

S of Irched coffee-
S ta. Saunders &

AI~sr of Waldo was
visiting the city

try a an of Curtis
PlI i pudding. W.

.4 Robhelle. a merch-
was transacting
r yesterday.
~bs gone to Ocala
sRr a few days She
: t eby Dr. Cline.
ih a sMecessful plant-
Mmtin. was among
t trI boere Friday.
N"k aW topto toe. from
Dr. Tbomas' Electric
I~MUy where it is used.
s-am ad little child
ptl4 a pleasant vilit
"e1 9tiUves at Alachua.
IaM f sic for only $1
1u" -ao-thing at this
sls. MUler & Vidal
6,I s of Ocala is in
bwr lotwers. C. B.
4 dthe Atlauice






iasrlaa-I sl, tf s
-AW"'". Tb. MU.r
Joeea York.


Cedar Key oytrs, day and night.
at Rutherford's Restaurant.
W. W. Thomas. a merchant of
Alachua. was in the city yesterday.
You will find all kinds of fresh and
salt water fish at Murray's. 'phone 195.
Choice yellow sweet potatoes a
very fine grade. Saunders & E:irle.
Children, don't f.)r, t the Datinee
at the Electric Theatre this afternoon.
Give us that order today and see if
we cannot please you. J. G. Harrold
Frei;h supply of toa!.t.d cornt lakee.,
only .V ((,e:s package. Saundera &

The usual fine list of pictures for
tonight's entertainment at the Electric
The :t rtr
Mrs. J. A. Purrell of McIntosh wa-
among the shoppers visiting the city
.e~tterday.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 25e. Sold by W. M. Jot-nson.
Rev. M. T. Bell of U'matilla was in
the city yesterday. He was en route
to his home from a visit to Alachua.
J. C. Waldron. representing the Mu-
!tal Life Fraternal Association. is now
in the city in the interest of his com-
:ally.
Mrs. C. F. Dorman went to Paradise
yesterday to visit friends for a few
days. She was accompanied by her
..on. Albert.
We have the largest stock of gro-
ceries in the city and can make you
special low prices in quantities. W. S.
l)orsey & Co.
Arthur Voyle left yesterday for Dun-
sellon. where he goes to look after the
interests of the East Florida Tele-
phone Company.
Mrs. R. D. Medlin returned to her
home here yesterday after an absence
of several days to friends in the south-
ern part of the State.
J. 8. and J. T. Fisher. who are In
terested in the naval stores businesA
at Otter Creek, were among the visit-
ors to Gainesville Friday.
The old Goes property, bich is now
owned by H. A. Ford of Palatka. is
being repainted inside and out and
when finished will present a much
more handsome appearance.
Cabbage crates; sawn slats; two-
piece heads--manufacture our usual
standard of excellence. Ask our lo-
cal growers. Let us bock your order.
Melton Lumber Co.. Micanopy. Fla.
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.. 1,)6 Main street. Jackbou
ville. F!a.


11% bvat OjpjItug ith us. Ou' UA ill hIJ
ba % I'd t he' lIlAO)u ajlet-of t1 '"lu9 to ge't
atequailil edI%% it i :i a n'Sin ',age-r te o r
tintt' )'J ( IAo' ,thle',!-ajll.. lerolriuet or-
fear the' j,;t ,t '. i- e\t'. 1 Ill-


INVITE YOU


identified wiith thji bank-
~si. tk.card.u i lostuit


Youur it!incdiab.


For i g nod Blinday breakfast try a
can of baked beans with IIoston brown
bread. W. 8. Dorey & Co.
A. !. Poo-er. trainmaste'r of the At-
l tlntir Cs (' t l.lni. left y--te.rdavy for
South Florida on a butsines trip.
A pre'nt git'.n to the boy and the
isIrl who buys the right ticket for the
lsintinet at the Electric TheaTre thi-
afr'rnootn.
(G't the begt in fresh meats by
) phnnln -"our order to J G. Ilarrold.
f -l:-riencted cutters and giiaran'ted
Rooad it ants.
V. R. Thomas. Ipre,-id-ut of The ;at-
ton Hank. has returned from a bustl
neos trip to P:tlatka. where he' -as
absent forF couple of days.


bow k inlqm Wajumg
soe a ~law .with an1 vhs do.
&0 asthe lame, i=Wt bmbodf
Roydl 6 the onlty Baking Powder
mud s frem Repe reCrean of m


l)r. A E. Cline. veterinary surgeon,
h:it o,.nit d uof nce- at 'ras ford &
* a ll-' l.ble and blicit.s a ,share of
S i, 1, t,l> I til l ne He is a graduate
i, C,,. I.at., ;. 1vtt-riar) Collei e and
S. htr" lto pract te hi profit -silon
Cuall a witered day or uight Hlorse
d .tili.-try. (attlo ata I'. og., all r-'ehlc
; i.'t i, ee, t | '- Ju'l 'l e I l'il tat

; I I t l i i t l h. eart- rt -ut .-tel d Le,
,. the I hilurt i iroltiti.>tl Mat
I' i k thier allt' f ii l fOfl tho,
|, ri, eIt 114-ilian U I it tur' liiAd, of
'l | i, .Aft. A r tli' 1itcture I l d laUde'
,, v ,11 all tgo to the home- of Mr
,,. :, .iii da~ '- a parts Mrs RHWiK r,
i, I, r ~ iixlau ua feir till the tchildreni
I. I.. 1 l* fte I -' it. t, haite" a pi lIurt"
,,of Ie f all ,mU tJberrh ip I o all lui.tu
i t ii"ui.a ,1 Ie t 'ur- to be )ta i handi
prollit 'i)> at 3 U o'clo'k unl ts it i
ralli)> araher If the weather is bad
it *l epostpuaed maWt *i I


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TATI= I OF T IN M10ND,01N GE


The Gainesville Natiull Bank

Condensed from Reprt to the CImptne-r at t.
Cime d Di. Friday, Feb. 5th, 190


RESOURCES
[Iann: and Ipicounts ......... ......$320,409
)vert ldfts ............................ 292
Building and Fixtures ............ ... 39,732
united States Bonds and Premiums ...... 170,976
iCounty Bnd aitl Warrants . .... 19,480
C.'a.,h and Sighlt Exchafige .............. 10.3,044


83
56

98
00
634


Total. ... .............0.... 8U4.38 2

LIABILITIES
Capital Stock .........................$100,000 00
Surplus and Undivided Profits .......... 17,98 00
Circulating Notes Outstanding .......... 97,00 00
Bonds Borrowed ..................... 29,000 00
Rediscounts .......................... 31,480 00
United States Deposits.. . ,0 00
Individual and Bank Deposits .......... 338,548 4

Total........................ ... U *
I, C. A. Fairrcoth, Cashier of tm t ave-mne bmeak, 4mh
swear that the r ove statement is true th be4 ~ e4 l M
belief. C.
S.lbtcribed and sworn to befow me tm itd oh ft of m,iL
W. H. AMDJtRON, J, aotWy P= .
Correct-Attest: M. DePass, W. R. aNe...mt, T. W. Ahm4, idkbem
aII


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Chickering. Knabe. Minthu-hevk.
, Fiet.er and l.:er- & Pcnd !' .' :.s and
,('r,.vn Or -..n, for .-ai. by V,'. I.. Hill
'lian's frr rent or exchar?;e'.
Mrs. W. E. Smith of Willl.ton is
aniong the visitors to the city. and
while here l- the ge'.et of P. Y. Smith
and wife In East Gainesville.
The new store building of J. F. INu-
pree & lIr~. Is being painted by 8. L.
(lerdine. hichb will add a great deal
to the attractiveness of the place.
Fat ma(dterel-a fresh kit just own.-
ed for the trade which are elegant for
Sunday breakfast. or any other for
that matter. W. S. Dorsey & Co.
Miss Atlanta Ellis of Alachua is
among the visitors to the city. While
here she Is the guest of Mrs. W. T. Z't
rouer and Miss Nannie Dickinson.
Thomas Pinkoson, who has been
confined to his room with tonsillUits
for the past week. is again able to be
up much to the gratification of his
friends.
H. 8. Davis and Dr. E. R. Flint left
yesterday for Cedar Key. where they
will remain until next Tuesday morn
ing enjoying the excellent fishing af-
forded at this popular place.
P. J. Norfleet of Newberry. an ex-
tensive phosphate miner of the West
End. was transacting business In the
city yesterday. He is largely Interest-
ed in the Franklin plant, near New-
herry.
W. H. Anderson of Bronsof was in
the city yesterday. He came for the
purpose of accompanying W. H. An-
derson. Jr.. to Jacksonville, where
they go to visit young Bennie Ander-
son. who is quite sick with pneumonia.
Full Supply of Breakfast Foods-
Puff rice, wheat berry, cream of wheat.
cream samp. entire wheat shredded
biscuits. Ralstpn's bealtr food. Isp-
Jack flour, buckwheat, grape nuts. Come
and take your choice, as we have many
more. Saunders & Earle.
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Parr left yes-
terday to spend the next few days at
Cedar Key. They recently paid a visit
to that point and were so favorably
impressed wlth the place that they
decided to spend the next few days
there angling for the finny tribe.
8. Phillips of Williston. formerly
superintendent of schools for Levy
county, was in the city yesterday. He
is now engaged In the realty business
in the State metropolis and states that
the company be is connected with is
meeting with remarkable success.
At Auction-Hoeflan, the thorough-
bred German Coach StalUf. will be
sold at auction to the highest bidder
) Saturday. February 20. 190,. at 1I
o'clock. In front of Crawford & Davis'
stables. A rare chance to get a fine
horse cheap. Don't forget the date
and time.
Miss Maude lewis. one of the popu-
lar teachers in the Alachua High
School. arrived in the city yesterday)
to pay a %hort visit to her relative,
in North Gainestille. She states that
i'rinclipal Ellis has again resumed blhi
duti.oe and that the Alachua school is
elie. ot the b<'at li the county.


5c


PER LINE


h aisertion. bat adveiMe
met takes for less tso setao. l s
w s mask* a ime; s fractioal lim.
every word over each lx soeUtig as
-a addltioral Urae. CASH la advamee
mut goompany all orders r Ila-er
tUss In tLi cOluma.

POR SAL.
FOR SALE-Good gentle horse aad
nice rubber-tired buggy. ApplyP. 0.
Box No. ?70;
FOR SALJ-WlUto Peskin duck e;
$1 per setting. W. F. Lewis. 912
Alachus avenue.
FOR SALE-Very prolific variety Sea
island cotton seed direct from I-&
lands of South Carolina. James
Cheenut. Gainesville. Fla.. Box 34C.

MATRIMONIAL.
WANTED-To correspond with some
lady of refemeaL Object. mL atr
mony. Inducements. a old watch
and silk dress. Postorlce box 636.


WANTED-H ELP.
WANTED--Mesmseger boy at Westerm
Union Telegraph otice.


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WNOR SAA.3-'rw.e eua U sa
tibevi; kownsat 9"

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A TRIP TO OUR STORE
Will evlmee yes of the advataw
of beyliwg ear Gw or e1--es es-
aed. bo oed ed or In bulk-tw
us. Cleaaleas sad eawe of sto.
courtoou ad masedaes attUties to


WANTED Men to learn barber trade; "_ -- --" --
few week- required; best paying _e sf tmam
,otrk wilthi, the rth of ioor man; Manesof our pr a l dies me
.-'4i haer' sholp wit asIuall capital; co the reaseas. Give our store e
.. o o 11 a tod $ o e kl); won. ur selling e
.:, rful dtio d for LUrtwrs. Cata to speak far themselves b
:t*". ieal *'I free. M.t( r ISarbe.r making the trip.
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