GAINRSVIUL, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1909
OP ZEPICIAL INTEREST TO THE
Si steel ladustry was
S -. ewe d cmnmers
m a st emoy had purchased
W*- I-- anat is prevaollg when
ig weaeft verable a"d these
SMge Pese As lamedi mte
eg bus -nkupbsuey to mokatkm..
TPM" n faer ad ra, d at"
S-fst af m who we- lnter.
I jgg* a hp wpesg aof the lead-
agm -o withI" isdary
UM to advise w t enb eher in re-
be todob a lotmmsadtanl-cow
a0 n d afg the gessal pub-
O a g. aM I atwas a %t, ata-
a W of pies, ae meed ee m
=a mums, isOteda
MWdadWm we de to
g..- .. .e gmbraemes.
owSa al pleo aumsety 1,.
steee am a v ~adl, thOugh nat
5 -. hvewomet Is the
_astm sos and*anmrease
e I "sm dawe amy of
Oe to o s. e y of*
taminam& itei m ds at ara.,
tom mw w .bPmigpr
UL@*t I *LVLya
Mo-- -- f -
PKwo e O
of Sowmnt o
M6 a- oto Wb.
Imum bk dby 6
00 Amipam a
-mw G~kd mhe& awy
After is Crime
IT msa ero id he was hid laI
W 0 her way to a store. He oelsed
her ad after amaaultian ber. cut her
hfm MA stabbed her three times
*"e bo bhar s toli." Christian
hewedao signs of itght in court.
The masmee came witbin twenty-four
h-e after the crime was committed
and Christia was seat to the Pin
The Jil was guarded last aight to
paSet at tack that was expected
Or a mob. A mob gathered Thursday
1ght beaurCMlm Forse. but agreed
at to attempt to lynch Christian while
he "was at that place."
1 Ga esvile in 1876
i T 1ea a 14, I 18ft. -8 U Hampton, Eidter.)
im not w pmtpow" ON
06 W @W~dw t"e IMPe
tempted to cross a neck of the siink a
Ole mile distant from this place' on
horrasebak. and was drowned H.-arch
was made or his body. but a, yet no
trace of It diawovered
Mr Jobsh 0. NIchols to a ain lu our
midst, looking after the hotel
Si or eight shots were Bred on the
weesN Maday alght It is not des
Destrwon Sheeod e Pr ent
at MUeetig of ite1state Com-
1I-f Tl-.n ver
A mieetig of the laterstate Com-.
nmree Conmmlsslo will be held in
Jaekaoville on mext Wednesday for
the purpose of hearing complaints of
the farmers and try and get a freight
rate an car lots of vegetables from
F. D. Warner, who has taken a
great deal of interest la the matter
and who worked up considerable data
concerning the same. has addressed
communications to the truckers to at-
tend this meeting and be with them
IN the endeavor to place this matter
before the commlston.
He especially urges that as many as
possible attend. for it will be seen that
the larger the crowd the more effect
it will give to the reduetions asked
Gainesville is eme of the most im-
portant shipplang poiat of the State.
and it weld m an hundreds of dol-
lar drtaig the year to the farming
elass if the lower rates asked for
shoo*d be granted. a"d it is to the
Interest of every vegetable man to be
preheat at this meeting.
below these wah were generally
mamtaleod This eel ng bhat been
esouMhat exteBded and has Inlueae-
ed ureasosable euttiag of prices by
som of those who were opposed to
ebanges but telt compelled to meet
cmaditrms In order to prooct their
customers. As a result of these con-
ditoas, there ha bees a material do-
rease la ew business during the
last year. for the reason, as stated by
eoasumers, that they proposed to wait
autil they were satisfied bottom prices
had besn reached.
"The leadi~ g manacturers of iron
aId steel have determined to protect
other stomers and for the present.
at least, ell at seeh modified prices
as may be necessary with respect to
diret eommodltle In order to re-
tais their fair share of the business.
The prices which may be determined
pos and the details concerning the
same will be gives by the manufac-
taren to their customers direct as
occasion may require.
"The frOndly relations wheih have
existed between the principal manu-
facturers will continue."
Large Number of Transfers of Land
Made Friday and Saturday.
Following is the list of transfers re-
corded In the clerk's office oh last
Friday and Saturday. which shows
that the rarity market is eapeciall
lively Just at this time:
IAuuie Cellon to Frank Cellon. Mary
A Itaird and K. J lialrd to VC. C
Ih,. W II luniinmd anld F J lltan
11. id to Mr., A M (Ga'Lin. .1r- A
I1 I4.AkiIA to J \ II lIu n. MI.' T"'i dll.
ilroti ,> gn l:liz.el th il.'rktrli r .1I
V"' l-d.l,' a i .ii n v. if, It) J. \ I ri I
I Attll I. S ,t l l t i. 9 !1ii il i l d I- Ii
0-11i 11 11~ 1 ;4) 'A I' I-o A I 1.- .4111 'll Ii
FULL OF G
Co.Iiightu9 SM A A
Everhiy I eII
(By Mrs. EiZabeth Smith.)
The 9:30 Biblical hour seemed more
than usually Impressive and filled
with deep meaning to the thoughtful.
Dr. Howell is well versed in the
sacred word and understands It as few
do. His talk at this hour was on
Christ's way of coming to present His
word. First by miracle, to Impress
his words upon the people. Second,
a parable, to unfold the truth. Third.
aptness to enforce a truth. Fourth.
example, His life a living Illustration
of His truth. He gave examples of
how Christ often, when sinners were
brought to His notice, looked pa6t the
bad and saw the good deep down
under the bad. and by His wonderful
love raised the good up out of the
mire of sH.. and in so doiug cleaus*ed
the temple and made It a fit abiding
place for the Holy Spirit. The power
of Influence and example are wonder-
ful. and may well make us walk care-
fully lest we cause one aho is walking
cio.se Lenind us to stumble. Monday
forenoon will be the last les-on. and
none can afford to miss It.
At .10:20 a. m. Dr. Gekel gave her
wonderful lecture to women. I don't
believe those who were so fortunate
as to hear her will ever forget it. Dr.
Geisel is a word painter of marvelous
power. Her description of a most
gorgeous sunset on the bay at af
Francisco. of the wonderful light ad
shade on sea and sky of crimaesm
gold. then fading away to the am"
delicate tints. "perfect. perfect.-" -
and her friend pronounced It--t
from it they turned to a beaedtt
child that was near them and m@
"more beautiful, more perfect alA
than golden sunset, or sea or sky b
this little child; bands more dellesatly
tinted than any sea shell; lips of cmara
blue eyes looking up trustfully lat
yours with a wonderful, Immortal sea
shining within, and these deelti
little ones are given us to trail adi
gulde for eternity. Ah. well ay*we
pause and ponder on this most Mm
thought." And that is what she pleab
with woman to do. especially thus
who are called to fill this most h*
function of motherhood. The are of
their body. as well as the soul. as they
work in harmony. Dr. Geisel has -y
two more talks for us. and we bespeak
for her a good audience, as all fed
that It's good to be with her and ab-
wsrb as much as possible the arMd
thoughts that find such free utteruas
by her lips.
3:30 p. m. again brought the Raob
ley Quartette. when they sueededls
delighting the very appreciative adS
ence for over an hour. The mulse. as
(Continued on Next Pae.)
Sea Island Cotton Active
and Strong the Past Week
SAVANNAH. Ga., Feb. 20.-The Sea
Island cotton market has been active
and strong the past week and ruled
steady throughout. While the de-
mand was not so urgent as the week
before, still it was sufficient to result
in good sales, and a material redao-
tson in the offering stock. Prices
were well maintained, and the demand
was for all grades.
Large sales have recently been
made in Charleston, which have ex-
hausted most of the stock of Island
crop lots. It is variously understood
Sonie think that the demand being
satisfied. Georgias and Floridas will be
in similar request. Others hold that
the demand for Georgias and Floridas
most now i'erdcase since the stock of
islands In out of the way
Sales for the week wer I y79 bales.
The following prices were baed on
factors' quotations and are reviNd
weekly on Fridays:
Fancy Floridas ...........1 03%
Fancy Georgias ........... 19 09
Ex. choice Fla's........... 17 @18
Ex. choice Ga's............ 17 18
Choice Ga's. and Fla's.....165
Ex. fine Ga's. and Fla's ... 14
Fine Ga's. and Fla's ........ 12%@l3
Com. Ga's. and Fla's ...... 10 @11
CHARLESTON. S C. Feb. 20.--
Islands Market quiet; fine, 20c; tU
ly fine, 22c; extra fine. 23c Recesipt
166; expoMrts 61. 1. ales. 1 400; stoc,
The want ads. do more real ei
business than all other brokers eeW
bined-in fact, they "start" most A
the business that U e brokers
Robin Cooper Not Likely
To Testify in Murder Case
'A Ift. Io .\itI.I. kil. :
T I 'ii aer wtuid % if.. to 18N I HItI.
%1'1.'-i-,A.1011-1, lt- md 111.1611,4 d tO M44.Mr l.'. t*.1.I ii i'ia I
Al Ivi iidur It C Iloijuglaana' lip ('lsrA I. i t.1 AliI i* i.o .I I
E M alrt III NIrt in v %auiti~fit I u riBig ft ruler Si1 ,1~2'E arnmat k" t
tioil:i11l.% t, CI' V4' ail V %.Al4i d.'..ia,41t lo' t %i Ii' f or oth lilta. 140
\vzo Ia, I It frdtllia a MIrs. iiIf l La 11111 r,.Iiratt II,, fir rr. tuit, t4ii'a of ht ilIn
ittidi iau.-Isau.d Itti.) IF NI4Klju1tr 1 (tut 2.
CibU~lpt I tiltLk liu l .dtit art, '.%ero
Burlesque on Streets. a 1,I I a *'1114,10. c-t*Ill' i~ii .ft I tictc
West Mauin rot aI Ini flitowof the % Iii VU IIt'lt'S llleitAl) allI(110'I'llc
Itroptert) of J iP iIMukmuijltprwarti, itsoing %lI m V irasamrs fojr IfirSthAlthail
a minatulure pond slid on Haturda) not armed iast night, but Atrufa'ne
somueone plactld a large asio in the Genmeral licCear seem"edcm~ldeat tha
middle of tOe waterpruhbiatin s ing they would be Iisesown tais
nader e ammoof law.- I ALis ouex .i et em 40 4~ ugo
1I f ItLf 1,d u tl '(O I I'if t~uitt (543
,.lilt I* a i t Uiefeii' 11 i1 1 #1 1 )t ,I, Ut I,
biggest lhtorntIhe t(1,'% '4"' hI
Vhnthe defen -srxl e lcd11 "'ea
FOR T WNEAYCHAUTAUQUA
bdb -- A -- bL 1(1 -11, a -rC mn a,&,b
TEN CENT8 A Wo
mact large C
b th Prsgret.
so~n AN Me Lman WW ed V~ft n
4a am low
"l. w .
-aNl as vo ito the pleao
SaM Miwy brought another sr-
Pise-p gmaig oNme for Miss Dorian
WU ~ rtmred oa the might train
re a W eks aNl at Tampa, for
S ~ he r about the aoae number
Of "g s ahead at9 M hs eeis lp
go eM e#Ma hy Was shed of hber
WI Iartag k 1 standing of the
D1ho iMIeMty......... 5Nk
Ml MM lad. ty .... "0"
M MMe .......7341,
M ** ** ,* ... *
MW Ana dae ...... .4UU
SlM bebtI3...... SWO
11" g p.m ...... 7,110
Pillf SUN K d cty...... 7335
,A. aSldande Weft. --34J
-m mnlmsdem.ety .... ...W
Allow nook a.......... 2,0
iC mla ad..... t.4o
L AW f I priN& ~... 10.946
t MON ..... 6,70
I a i e.....3. &
Wm. "Ae, .DeMar 6or a
sa wreea *a eat a for ad 7
imNy aTH 0CNUY C.U&
masm- Hee at se Hems of
Mrs rT. a 0 Nw.
o Tla sth Omtary Club held
i anftm I-edang meetaig at the
41 w- a lr b m mdSt *
- of MumT. ..glM. IoW DMen.
n *-- a
dded whlek the atiu-taberlosis
M, a ms-yos institute i
4m ua the Aea- faue
o of id AMe he" being
;A-hua n emp hi Wree rser po
lear fe ad t, ex
S eWt an u r paperm was read
9e 1r Mrs. W..M. Ouae.
The plaom sales by Mrs. Dorsey and
I= Valil wee enjoyed by all.
RmlAtenm "The Beoils." was beauti-
(tft reded by Miss lSadler.
MUn Orlefee read Interesting ex-
Ptr i esto from Po e re's life.d
TheI danty eftreshmeuts served by
the hiNts completed mone of the larg.
eat a mast enjoyable meetins In
the history of the elab.
The aet meeting will be held at
the home of Mr. T. P. Hay. Monday
afttsaoo. PFebrary 12. at 3 o'clock.
Mr. Pisher Heme Again.
S. A. PLaher and sao. Charles. have
returned go their home in North
GmOa ylsvlm after a stay of several
weeks near Plant City. They w,-re
Semployed on the brick work of a
mammoth new phosphate plant b -ing
S Italled In the vicinity of Plant City.
IE f' 9and state that it is on.- of the most
moderaly-equipped In the rounitr
so M l 't The buildiugs are couustructed of uma
trial siaiklar to that of th. na1 M1
S&U Y soal Teumple in thi, cit). and the.
machinery will be olwraled bly lde-
Sao triclty .Evurything connected uith
the enterprlse has ber- countructred
mg Ith a view to durability. no the d .
A TRIP TO OUR STORE
Will convince you of the advantage
of buying your Grocer-e-fresh. can-
med. bottled, boxed or to bulk-from
s. Clesan'nese and care of stock.
soerteous and Immediate attention to
ammtomears propt delivery of goods
ordered et home and the eminent
tfirmao of u pricing Indicate some
of the reason Give our store, our
ommodities ad or selling methods
a chae to speak fthr themselves by
a-l the trip.
SAUNDERI A IARLI.
AT THE CHURCHES TODAY.
Olvine Servies Will be Hold at All
PlMNe of Wereip.
Servjoe will be observed at the
various ebcrches of the city today a-
Pirst Presbyterla Church. Rev. T.
P. Hay-Moralag service 10:30 a. m.;
ermon by Rev. Doalel W. Howell.
Sabbath school 3:30 p. m.: topic.
"StepbeMs. the Pirst Christian
Martyr." evening service 7:30 p. m.;
subject, "What Makes te Yoke Easy.
Pirst Baptist Church. Rev. 8. B.
Roers-aIn the absence of the pastor.
Rev. W. T. Hadley of Bateeburg. 8.
C.. will preach t the church this
Morning at the uual bhor for wor-
ddp. Mr. H dley will continue the
--r of lmst monday morning. "The
Origin. Organis aad Object of the
Apetelle Chureh." Rev. P. M. Col-
man, of Tnessese. will il the pulpit
la the evening.
Holy Trialty Chareh. Rev. P. H.
CranighlM Qul asma Sunday.
Holy Communion 7 a. m.; morning
prayer and sermon 10:30 a. m.; Sun-
day school 3 p. m.: evening prayer
and sermon 7:30 p. m.
first Methodist Church, Rev. F. R.
r --- .n.a- school 9: 3 a. m.
Preachian by the pastor at 7:30 p. m.
t. Patrick's Catholice Charch, Rev.
P. J. Lyach-Mss wM be held at 10
a. m. Derotiea of the Holy Rosary at
I p. a.
SURKHIM'S PIANO CONTEST.
Cap. Alvam Shos Great Strength
the Past week.
Capt. Alvarse of the Seaboard. who
rum on the "short." Is proving to have
Preat strength in the private piano
conteat of L J. Burkhlm. During the
past week he polled twice as many
votes as any of the other contestants.
aad if the Band and High School don't
get to work with a vim they will find
themselves behind him.
Following is the standing of the can-
Miss Dorian Ellis (hand
High School ..........
Capt. Alvarez ... .
Mamie Cannon .......
Satlle Beville .. .. ...
Miss Shands .........
Anita Gruff. Newberry
Mary Fermades ..... .
J. W. Gleason .....
FlosAle Gra'eu ...
Emma Leee Hudson ....
Marriage Licenses Issued.
Jud~t- Stamm ihad tiuIt-.1 AbI)ll-..d) i'
cid it Sat urdtay iii the-smaarrtagvi~' lict iit
t,ti Iv--'. lure *- '%%i eri- -r-d ter'
au- eiwl C.t ()it t0llee'Ito--.lb :i dl mcid4
mied M I'.a N I I.-u (it'. cc-iI' ~ .ci.
Ask Yourself the Question.
1.%!i' Sot UsetsAt. lml"itFI.ia I l~il
tite toi V lit Is eAm Ii.'.. u-le iiiaIe -w` ~
ftcI P-tir.- tli Owe- rt-ejult a III .
baut a t r Iflet i J' 14 is, r- l. Ltr K
potits are thought to l. uffi ltu to .i *' i
kevp the plant In op* ration for mansa
Janme. ti.hetr ht *a alsi ,ii ,
gaed on the sork ,itop|>id *,%r t1
Taspa for a fe da) ic to lalt (It-
atele a ir
Mubertbe for The aun and vote fur
roar so es isU the plae eotest
i- ~ ~ b .r"i' .) I trcsic
Dr. A. E. Cllne. veterinary surgeon.
has opened ofees at Crawford &
Davis' stables and solicits a share of
the public business. He is a graduate
of the Kansas Veterinary College and
la here to practice his profession.
Calls answered day or aight Horse
dentistry, cattle and dogs all receive
LETTER TO I EDELSTEIN,
Dear Sir: We reiterate:
Every Job painted Devoe takes less
gallons than of any other paint.
Here't the proof:
Paint half your job Devoe; paint the
other half whatever you like. If De-
voe doesn't take less gallons and cost
Mrs. Chs. Wilen. who hae bee
visitai her sister, Mrs. 8. H. Wleags.
for the past several days, returned to
her hornme at Port George yesterday.
J. L Wotfendem, formerly of Samp-
ion City bet who is now in busiane
near Worthington Springa. was trans-
aetlng business In the city yesterday.
R. N. Owens returned to the rity
yesterday from Ocala. where he I.,
now employed. He is connected with
the Steam Laundry In the capacity of
R. B. Weeks of Hawthorn. chairman
of the county school board. was a h6.-
Itor to the city yesterday. iHe came
over for the purpose of attending a
special meeting of that body
Miss Willie Wymau of Arredondo.
principal of the school at that place.
is among the visitors to the city and
while here ti the guest of Mrs. W. T.
Chesnut. on Alachua avenue.
Dr. J. L. Cloud of Alechule one of
the business men of that place, was
in the city yesterday. He is Interest-
ed ia several enterprises of that town
and is one of Its foremost eitclens.
0. A. Thigpen. a valued subscriber
of The Sun of Rochelle, was among
the visitors to the city Saturday.
While here he called at this office
)ind renewed his subscription for
Five-room cottage to rent on block
adjoining square. formerly occupied
by W. L. LeGrande; city water, elec-
tric lights, sewerage, bath, and all
modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
H. H. McCreary or Sun office.
Note the change in the advertise-
ment of A. M tCushmaun. which ap-
pears else here.i He represents sev-
eral old line comnpanies and can please
you with a ;'lAic). I letter consult him
and rest t. y in (a"e of the fire alarw ;
a l No, Prid, l
lss money. no pay.
Yours truly.L E P H N E
72 F. W DEVOE & CO. T F
P 8 Gainev ille llardware Company
- 11 i:r paint T E E H
Interesting Meeting of League.
Au especially interesting meeting iUm UIfaC sulm
of the worth league will be held
at the First Mlthod!st church this at Covers them outh t, BA
ternoon at the regular meeting hour. vil'e;, e t t Ocala ad bl
;:::: o'clock. .Mi:. Nell DaCosta will em; eest to suwanna ki-
be the leader and all are- lvited to V; west to WAllacha. Hiti
a(tied thet. >t.i.. and Worthington prince,
Cetlar I'y, and .an iulternud*
Thomas Purchases Animal. J4a
The flue stailliont. lloffuans. onned ow.%-, PH4PII TE MX.ES,
by ,.v.r~al p roniliment ciatzusir. was t
auctioned off >e.st-rda' umorlisUg to the STIU., MAW-MII.IJ ad A
highest hadd.er It ib undei.-tiood that Meangr and Answer
e was purchased by Maj. W ;l Thotn for One Prim.
as. Col Dell bidding him in
IF YOU ARE A TMFLE SENSITIVE East Florida Teephones
Al ,'.. lthe tle "d o 1r itisl, it -,'r >tl -
f1a&coi. tL, kh.a that ci ar '.i-. *.'.n a T he, T Lg-Dista cl S
h.," m r -n tl, r r r k ng hIL 1 -
E i*'.. r.i I' >'i. J.>..t U~ thi ..i -A ,. -
P.10 r i- l 1 t ru t her S. hi r B 1 i *I r t- *
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HARTSFIELD GROCERY CO.
Groceries and Grain
14 'Illl'r TlA\ll tI)NI V.
I Phsms 215
"A. -maa~*inSa ..meeemW~ _
Having rpairl ad Iarnovatd e
Bakery, we ne now pr pard to a
yo excellent service. Haves er t
porn top at yeo door every ea
T. chaer Prop. P
R. T. Schaer, Prop. Pbmm 10
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1.J JVCK IN
THE DAILY SUN: GAINESViLLF, FIORIDA, FEBRUARY 21, 1909
O gAS OF SEA ISLAND
mgtow says it Should
ifg timiWould Not
I: I otired in Tli .un i
PAta notice. '.t II, 1 .% i
did not' 4 ,\..1 t:l 1:1:"
**ld bt i ;' o r. i It
0 Bp ro ht l l tl),'1 .. 1 : *
I D the -, 'I .:
r allt (I "
I reI Or
0o tlh t
H lhad t
r.i i a "
sOme a. .
July I a
&ill ,i c .u
ohll;li G t.
t A produ e pr odu
wrought out 1., 1 1
orli k. can the ot. I wa d
a that awe fcan iel l:.,th.
ON w lint cotLon nto bu tore
mlp is set? I we. ini Thl,
So 17th this captiin: "'*11
I moms that someone ob.
be i, I presume, a farn. r.
ms good as far as they
I kg to differ with you. Mr
*9 view you take, which is
Sl ows: "-The fact that
1ho produce less than a
Sji throw the same on the
a* whtever price they can
tb what prevents those whoi
b~ es of growing cotton
a fnilunerative price."
posible that those who-
sas than a bale of cot-
Ilabll the great cotton mar-
0 World? I am now preparing
9 1 th crop in Alachua coun-
Syears have produced
Oti. Part of the time I was
0to i at a price far below the
SPSI hctiUon. caused by what?
a eWs, why it was not by the
l Crowding his half bale ilon
No. Mr. Editor. gile us
1IN lbtislation, even if an
" of so.called farmniers a..,k
10~ "M may be wrong as I be- -
*i* ewre two Year., ago. lhei
SUK to Tallabassiee a bill to ii-
_P h buyers, entailing oin thenl-
1611 b. There seeni's to N. aln
i a l1yoe that plows is a fari-
I N think I aould miss it far
1 & to say that pilanters ari.
I farmers are few. I will
iWOsOW with the planute'rs, for the
S at. with all the expliriince.
; 9M pick up in thie 6 t .oarr,
I.S ea the farm. I did not se,.,
that the tini wouldd rcoI.ie
B Siop the poor man from s..ill.
PL produce would be the oinly
* I* thle price (if the produce
iUh. I y Ia be rolig. if w,. I
UOtt a uone a ho c('al do .o w ill
aSO. The lpriio -o-d ia1 I
l S is wrong aliol u 'all,.1 fiir
k S tbe better for takatioii !0,
a i n d nore a d l ini itt I
Sto take up 'aluabh- tinl. oz l
*i electe-d ini-it tfru m tht
Sat arT lotilUd of ni. Il il
i C li IN. trut dit ti i1.i r L~tIi
l t, the r, lI .i.* 1 11s Iii
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~S~ It-THAT HEADACHE
~~ SIivahat? iICJ'd Altittlf
aStyoAtYU fur buall*I.'
4-4rom wm satws*_L
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'CHAUTAUQUA IS STILL
FlULLOF GOOD TIGS
(Contlined from Page one,
usual. %as thu'.%fr. Kohl. *yvagain
IOunsed t hi lie. p1.. with his von cutf-i
*r rvafiaug.4 and inmu itntos
Ili- tr binti.' smdaby Mr. it..:ix aith
1. -1111 IbMIg~o by %fiv r Myers. a ith
I ..r *11 :14(I 1 rujiruuinu t -it, as %#-*r% flute
I r l'~a\,t.11l viz:, Iflnu'' iorin soolti
andi hii r, -I j(m..i4-to) ;uan **tati r. zvi' a
? I .*r in: : t i' IIi (" an fiii'- f:1,.l
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STATUrT OF TIu O uiiTIN o
The Gainesville National Bi
Coadeased frm & report to te CoiptrUllr t te
ClaOeM ines Friday, Fe tk, iMI
IAOnlI ianl I)iscounts ....... .. ....... 320,409 8
( )'erdrait.. .... ........... .... 292 56
Initt l Statc Bonds anI ]Premiums ...... 170,976 98
('County lBonds udli' Warrant.............. 19,480 00
'.-all a;n.l Sight Exclhange .............. 103,644 63
Totii..... ...................... S"54.53 Si
LI AUlI.ITIES -
S V .., : ( '
Utoi doI-d Pr:o,,ifit4. r i. .4.t. ia. ..f 7.91349 0
CII JA ; o -f1 1 14i ...-(N J.... try Voli.00
I' r' :- .I .. .. .... l .W ~ t ...t.W. S 2!an 19, w'so w
New Baird Theatre.
Tuesday. February "2.- Ga'in-%illl
G(iuards .llinitrls. undlr direction of
C',a-. T .Fuls'.
Thursday, March 4.-Dandy Dixie
Remember the fifth number of the
High School Lyceum Course at the
Electric Thealre Monday nhiht. Ro.s
Crane. Compound of wit and vlersa-
tility cartoonist, clay-modeler.r pantit.
humorist, philosopher. and prince of
entertainers-- master In every field.
People laugh until their sides ache
over his piano burlesques. He is an
artist from a large number of stand-
points. He handles the crayon with
vigor and effectiveness. With a few
chunks of mud he molds with the
swift magic of bli hands the faces of
men whom nations love.
He paints word pictures as impress-
lve, as his drawings. He plays the
piano with rare expression, and be-
sides all this. he is a finished mimic
and inpier.sonator. His work Is
unique. assembling as it does, the
sister arts of music, painting. sculp-
ture and oratory.
Mana Srleepless Nights, Owing to a
Persistent Cough-Relief Found
"For s~teral aiutuor past my wife
has beiin troubled with a most persist-
ent and disagreeable cough, which in-
variably exto tidd out.r a period of se.V
eral weeks and caused her many sleep-
less nights." writes Will J. Hayn.r.
editor of The Hurley (Col) Itulletii.
S"Various rou.n.dies were tried each
)far, with lno beneficial results liI
Notveibeor last tiai' cough again put hi
an alpp'larance and my a ife. acting oil
th-e suggestion of a friend. purchar.ed
a bottle of ('hauib-rlain' ('0oagh KItm.
dy. The r.osult wasl indt.i-d., arel
uu.s Aft, r thr,. l doewn the cough i
,ir-lv dil-a ,lw.ar d l ani d 11 4 0iot inianl-
fo-.,d it.-elf iii' *'" This rrnii-d> i"
lor ~.ltv tb all druggi.sts
Fire Friday Noon.
A i.oli il li '-. i K tI liillt"ill t l. i
l,., lii. 1 i I I I l i l: I a ll 'il ill f. I 1
I i, 1. I .. ..t ili
| l I w l I ,, i I I i i a* n (" t '! ,
h |. S I 1 .i ; I ,, I I. 11 1
S 1 l I 1 I .> t l ,!
Wi hn if
" l bei M % L t.
; ;I i i I -rd it % iI ii ; .
i'.. .i r., ,, ( Ii,(-l't l.0 .'in s
!, i:.. t r o. ii !i tH'. 6 city, and
;> -* nl' i, .4t ,, li. i t r e d .al of
tr ,iii ', ;'i l t.;:itI v'. .,- Ilartrell's
ii.<. with ith" t.aut fully illustrated
picture. arena most charming.
Today at ) p. rni. Ir. Davidson will
deliv. r a niion at the Tabernaclih.
The Robl. y Qiarttte are to furni-!
the miuSic. and we holp for a hii
crowd on this occasion. We want to
show our alpreclation for all theM.
mnot. ex(elleint entertainments by
conning this afternoon and bringing a
free offering. If a tiling Is worth any-
thing it's worth paying for.
Monday at 9:30 is Dr. Howell's last
10:30-"The White Plague or Tu-
berculosis." given by Dr. Geisel at the
request to the W. C. T. U. for the
benefit of the school children, who
will visit at the auditorium at
that hour. After this Mrs. Emmon's
demonstration, "Salads and Salad
3 : 30 p. m. Reading, "Nicholas Nick-
elby," Dickens" famous story, by Mr.
W. S. iBattis. Chicago. III.
b p. ni.-"l' se of Ugliness." by De-
Witt Miller. Philadelphia. Pa.
9:30 p. >m.- Illustrated songs and
nioving pictures,. by W. Robert Goes
and Miss M. J. Blartell. Thb will be
the laui night of the moving pit'ures.
i'-t all lo crs of them be there Mont-
The price of season tickets for this
.c.k will be $1 50. This Includes
everything. Full day tickets 35 cents
House Boat at Cedar Key.
A G. Rhodes. a prominent citizen
of Atlanta. but who is now located at
Cedar Key for the next few weeks,
was a viiltor to the city yesterday.
ii. is hallig built at that place a
lhouili boat which he will use for his
own pleasure during the winter
iiiiothm, which he will spend largely
nll this sit-lion. Hlm winter home
will hi. loate-d at Clearalter
PILES CURED IN I TO 14 DAYS
oA7.0 OINTMENT is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching. Blind.
illeeding or Protruding Plies Ia n to
14 days or iosey refsade4. Oe
Borie article that Is simply "In the
aay" at }our hoube might. If adver
tlkd Iwe .old to someoou who Is ass
Ioualy looking for &L
Hun "Want" ads. bring rtelts
1)11 t' '~akoliolic Srspaila
it;, Ut. Awt 'uuUreuu.
. 4 M I n I~ o)L'lk w h i &il kn
To It-come identified withthis t bank. Your
matters require the CrM, bA iU attention
thi bank's officers give to its cautomers. Your eb
ntWs will be managed cmM.-a* -- i bmO
STHE DUTTON BANK,
W.t R. THOMAs, Poildent. I TU!1, Gth
It pays the farmer to plant only the bel. It ets
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good."
whrt Ewe kt. he d ed Il lM di
We ai mow booking ordem f PSmW sad othw amen"=IN. We
will be glad to asd yoe price am n q .L
W. IN. IU M IMPAfIIT lbhiui L
TBHRB S. JORDAN. W.. *wIe
JORDAN & COMPANY
PORTER S OCK
Fire, Life and Accident .....".
:I A a Li, ,t ro n
. ,i ,
"mop WU am
~~: WAYe wy are
Wpam& ew& TIn badew
Novo" ew disksof
~W~ "d Uver
wU be onwe
Om". am 19a
u a la o Uhhm over. We make
Davis & Oliver
Oft o Fed Stwo
uses s umversalty recoin-
k red r lomie that Itis
~* *e -t gMngAd
twm and nourishes.
w It d ILch- the blood,
~1 of mftS and
Isn't there 501Let!lus' ui.'ch ozdi
%'&at8Ad cau do fur you today?
. The am l sMld day sports at the
V'alverslty will be held aext nModay
afternoon. betasinag at I p. m. The
students have been practkuag for mhe
various eveSt for ome weeks, and
they win probably be able to break
a few of the Uiversity records The
public is cordially anvited to witnmee
the sports and. Judg ag from the pro.
gram prepared, all who come will be
well pleased. Owing to the guserosity
of some of the leadla merchants of
the city a large umber of valuable
prims will be give the winners of
the various events.
The program will be as follows:
1. IW-yard dash.
3. Puttain i-poud shot.
3. Rmmalng high Jump.
46 S-yard dash.
L Sanding broad Jump.
Raming broad Jump.
?. Thlrowlta -poud h--.I-er
L I-yard hurdle race.
e. Trbne-lesd race.
10. Throwtua buaseba.
11. 20-yard hurdle race.
12. Pole vault.
1t. 446-yard ria.
14. Reay raee betwa s the classes.
Relays of Ms yard. the race to
1a. Tog of war. Freshme vs.
phs-re; Juniors vs. korse, them
between winning teeam
16. baket-baul lame. Sealors vs.
The prIesa will be awarded oa a
palat system. the winners la each
eveat to receive ive points, the eec-
end place three, and the third place
ume point. Winners will be allowed
choice of prices, aesording to their
number of points.
The following officials have been
selected: Referee and starter, Coach
Pile; clerk of course. Capt. Cox; an-
nouecer, Mr. W. B. Martin; official
scorer. Prof. Hochatraser; Judge at
ftniso and timers. Dr. Flint. Dr. Benton
and Mr. Kine Graham; field Judges.
Major Wak.er Dr. Crow and Mr.
The prices are on exhibition at L
C. Smith's Jewelry store.
A treat t la store for the people of
Gainesville ext Tuesday evening.
Dr. Job. who is new la Florida lector-
kg under the aspioes of the Florida
Aadubeo Socety, will deliver a lee-
tare oe brds at the Audtorium under
the Jiant m -anaist ot the Unlver-
slty and the High School. The slide
I dutratla hi lecture ae said to be
au.s .ood. All who had te- *oad
tertst of beasng Mr. Frank Chap-
S m a sdmflar ubJeet know what
to e-pet. for Dr. Job's lecture is aaid
to be of a equally hih order of
erit The leetaure will begin early.
aso as not to interfere with the attrae-
toeas of the Chautaaqa course. The
pblic is cordially Invited to attend,
The University takes this oppor-
tunalty of expressing Its appreciation
of the generosity of Mrs. Dutton. who
has presented a very handsome fla.
The formal rasilng will take place on
Monday morning, Washlnton' Birth-
day, immediately after chapel exer
cles. Military honor will be paid to
the flag by the student battalion:; they
will be in full dress and uuder the.
command of Major Walker.
Want .More Members.
The Galnesville liras Hland is de-
slrous of securing about aix more
member. to that orranuiation, and
210 WEST FORSYTH ST., JACKSONVILLE, 7L.
Tm i krs W 2 ts---
and Gents' FurnishiDgs are Earnestly Solicited.
THE WHITE HOUSE
A hw, Nw MI., FTi'm r at ai M lr
Steam Heat, Gas and Electric Lights. Centndra1
Located. Service Guaranteed.
WiL Mova TO N W UARTSU.
lM G If tEs Csoese Al ,o Tues
de r fa 111-- awn
0a0s W sh e sie wfti el
#4 11i 1am "Wsi l o sv wil
Ie ON &ew qwwes ready for
i S #h.eema, meaet day.
o a Im 11wral a Ws w. N.
tan hU w Webw reMling and
mdll edr new Slae. ean wdth
so- 401100 M. at Garmer and
It ndlsg *ha been enplelary
0g10d md m ee m-se lm is new
moiae hi was ain tthe mbuldtag
Imr. The -oe wdl ane still
MNtig W I as be pIed awaitingaS
se Sifdat esw ommes M Wedaee
M sni- se thee ad. elsewhere.
ft" NomNW M by SWctII troW
Tew wl w wbease no&st
das ny of The oiseenh modi-
pm,.tt It. Nesfed i0 tten ft do
M Iamt e ueamsie y vast
tshe -ms ,ss gk that
4bW60 YM sm NIa mIbuing
S =i bth-pbs we ti et not
4 ft Isgabw ayt e sta atd lea r
It ads moP, ped ard athe ulW
-tO L eto al edq aht to a e tvrd.
ed a4e80 0veremb wy oeu wne
-a b o ietema e anw d th ateui
t0ga my be red we
Wmle R me tats w av I h. i
it Wm as bly y
bad fmto aw a apperd at bev b ls
tt a Mwleid to mb taw perfet Itver
Neat E.. I p you're bo ad out opt
eads. lot boe w d today. pelitevd
eiM... imla otdllowe, eourltpi
111 dol-maen"m&d do littr
WIns mabeA rseeved ot this raltvy
-taSbe yeari thie peasag ws.ra
S had robably caused the hiby
o i $4.l0 pver. A basket. The ma-
Oad physical ld4ew Kand my ue-
I sassid to be thePerfec mt it wllver
t redaulso. at these bre. and out o
P.Wumula Pedwlo LC.arippe.
Po s often fobottle lltoday. A posie
urte oever follows heada se of oley'st
Hn. yills and a fover and all liverough
aid dpet old bycold. eK. fuJ ay but
Wo. IMessages rc eived in tbiscit
tSU4aY bear the pleasli informsa
of prietd tuceload rea Rched the aig
v ortl $4. nt per bas partculaT r-
gardiny the cTutet fud vuloe for tCi
mady at ou cod.
THIS COUPON WLLu NOT BE GOOD AFTER FEB. 2, IN
Bush & Saford The Gainesville
This Coupon may cast at The Sn office or at either of the o-I a
nectld with the 4ontest. NOT GOOD AFTER FEBR'ARY A
SG. S. Merchant & Co.
metalerso ms JobbLwer
Staple and Fancy Croceries
Graiq, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers
SOUTH SIDE SQUARE --- GAINESVILLL. fLORIM6
Pigbhest market price paid for Chicken.s Eggs and oth" P e
A Complete stock of Hay. Corn. Oats, Flour. Bra. l.GL C*f
eed Meal and Rye. We handle ooly the Very et *goo
at Ioweet PrItee. and guaratee ast0ltcUU al am
The Pay- holes Visible.
ALL KINDS OF SUIW
R.C. OA VIS
-' II-' -t.
V.. A -nA A
they give notice that any young man
deslrousef Joining them should make
application through the regular course.
They do not care to take up time will,
other.than those who really d,'.ir
learu to upla .And be of assltamei to
~esty *De*el*Madswese *ewpids.
Women wh.o make a business of bew-
tit) imS tl.e r wmrn cornr pretty near
kinlowinlg hat will brlin about the be-st
re-mults. H-rrr are letters frum two. con-
co-rti ng Itrpl ade:
"I can re-'commend Newbr,'s "Hlerpl-
cide." a It tpped my hair from f.tl'lne
out; aida. as a dr a.-,ng it ha nl uper-
't< .-i.d ) I rt? a A TrAilnrer.
rs M -rrl-,,n It i'o tl. i, e
Afet-r .iIl. or.,- h,,t !,- f II, r: .1**
mny tio r tih." t ,oi.. f.l:, ,I m y
aip tirt tfro. fr. i, dl o i ff
"* :d. 1 r i **. I' .1,. '
'a' lt y I *. t ,r
*.Id t, letAI ,'^ drug' -tit ? ertl IIn
stamps f, r .ar'iiq4 to The U rpi.ide tsu..
Two sises-60 cents ad $1 00
S3S kddtl'rd A Cu, SIpeciA' Ag.\ t
W. L ME RIM. mw
S.O. O.VE TA
It I a generally sogulaind truth that medicine, mae o -en
h euts are a frat deal better adapted to the delicate husmns
= laFe very way, than those compnsed of strong ImineraMi
compounds. Nemry a, arsenic, etc., which are med Ia tkhe
tue of moot blood medes are too violent i their acting, aud
deramg"fe te by disturi the stomach and dirctka,
the when aaned for a o = period often ca.
& & & i the only blood ed granted abeoiutely and
ble. It s made entirely of roots, herb ad barks. elected for
lag sad healing qualities & & 8. cures Rheumatism, Catar*rk
Ukera, Scr.:la Coutagos Wood Poiaon, and all other blood,
because it cleases ad purifies the blood, and at the iame timei m
the entire system by Its Ise vegetable tonic efecta. S. 8. .
by young and old with absolute safety, and with the assracA
cure the digease and diaorders due to an Impure and pmnin.ed u -1
em Mhini down and removin, hereditary taints. Book on t(he M
my medical advice he to all who write
TEl M MIT PBCIP1C CO., ATL4
W- UE W v iAr w ammWWW
we M OsbYU5. IBM..
R w Is ie lt.
s67;70- ml P
o mn tslive the .wkyI
~b b~t mad* hmu" a
____ smis as eight peg. forty.
ami5sllt he am@ of tin
wo sa sad winI*
"wMY "nt hum V""
oelEowmr Broward attempts
Sd the rich "hand-outs"
S. Jessfags during the
of his connection with
war iemt-but the expla-
mjii matters much worse
4| a at Arst glance. Ac-
tS lrmer Governor, Jen-
was only 6,000, with
eM the only. but he re-
as agent." Agent
If ior the State. was it
for him to accept
StaMe to pay a salaried of-
Sfor attending to
b~oes? Suppose, for in-
Broward had charg-
a "commission" for con-
M business transaction
a -m office? Would It
h m sufficient ground for
? Suppose Governor
OWN collect "commissions.
OMl times his salary for
SI6 -leal business in one
f What sort 6f verdict
0 si4red by the people of
=~aB h conduct? Yet here
a salaried official, re-
a year for attending to
f the Doard of Internal
aMd. eetlaIng, n addi-
$10,000 one year and
year for attending to
SAd, f itagent for other
ONa right had he to repre-
*0 while ostensibly represent-
bl s and, if be did so. why
S S late pay him for repre-
SOWer Interests? Either way
8t the former Governor's ex-
St m ore unfavorable do
1" of the Jennlngs deal ap-
I tIhk State Is to set a prece-
4 ParyIg officials 1.2.(00 bonus
to their salaries, for trans-
e business of their offices. It is
d t-Ue to call a halt; and the
SI the present administration
this unwarranted drain on
rsaI. ry becomes more
in whatever light we
b "as it that lion S. J. 1111-
S Platka may be sprung as a
i eI for Speaker of the Flor-
iJ0oe of Repretme-tatives.
g l &a building In the night
U latent to rob is punished
dinah In sonie State,.. and the'
of Florida should. nlact
at the coning session
If certain *ia-roni. illl
to the |publication of the rv-
Sthe S conmuitt.,. -.il.ic.d b)> tlh
ldla ture to inite'tigate. the.
b llepr'v-menit Fund"' Ther-.
SMso mian)> hl.ii.-riig-' ust
the reiprt r ..i. Ihlat h thi.
i 5Uatiou Ito e', h, i --t am1
"sU the B i, 1 .1. .. tIi
o r th ('um l.,l. .. j,,- el
SslU t I,,, ,i ,,, t .1
ln aI reiaIk (i. -1 i1, I t, ,u
l tn e i .. ,: ,
lb le uth :a ..,t l ...
Su ni th I., 1,,, .,,, ,h
I S*gh of .....I tr. .t I
S (-'o f*' ,iT t.. h. | I It, I.,
the ti.l.4 1 ,f h i, ,,1 i i .
Everybody is cordially luvited to at-
tend a grand picnic to be given at
Rolling Bluff on February 26. Dinner
will be served under the large oaks
ne-ar the school bouue. and lots of
aniust nent and pleasure is anticipat-
ed ring well fill-d baskets
4. L. WARI).
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
as mercury i111 surely destroy the
sense of u u11 and cmconiplt*elY d.-rainw !ge
through the niuous surface*- t Such.
articles should neavr be un'd exCpl't
on lirescrirptions fronI r,. littalti' pih- l i
claun,, a s I th i d ta t I.' tl, ) I111 d 1 .'-
ten fold to thIt- rood )twu can p,'il -*i%
deri ( lfr i tt-l. I H:al! ('.;t.arrh
a to 'I edtale, (I ". .1 en' i"'
ri e .' ;n .1 1t tl lk I 1' .1 .. I .I
S. ire e .- l 1.11. 1 1 n, I U
I lh'1 l lllv gI (i t I >, I I k. i hti ll. i t |
C aioli t.) &o(" &' t, 41 fl, I
.h .ld" teC I', "uIa to h,.. on .
S' l t4,,d IAll d 'rug .t'a o l 'rP 1 t r
'l 14 ll all) FAU" l) P'. f r ',
MnW ECONOMIC THEORIES.
As periods of political excitement
and disturbances have always brought
to the surface demagogues and quack
reformers, so have times of business
and financial troubles marked the ad-
vest of economical heresies. This
last panic and the subsequent slow
recovery have only brought a repeti-
thUo of this old experience.
Gov. Hadley of Missourl. a well-
meaning man. we notice, from press
report. advocates regulation of prices
by State commissions to counteract
the regulation of prices by trusts or
monopolies. The Governor seems to
be Impressed with the conviction that
the prosecution of monopolistic com.
blmations is confronted with too many
difficulties, and that it would be dan-
gerous to extirpate the trusts. There
fore the Governor believes that these
trusts can be regulated best by giv-
ing the State power to fix prices.
The chairman of the steel trust re-
cently promulgated the following
"Prices should at all times be rea-
sonable and fair. The mere fact that
the demand is greater than the supply
-4hAt the necessities of the purchaser
Iwe 4reat -4o not justify an In-
creasse price, nor does the fact that
the demand is less than the supply
furnish ma argument for lowering the
price. In either case would the
quantity bought and sold be more or
These new Ideas upset all establish-
ed logical and natural theories. Gov.
Hadley advocates State regulation of
prices, while the chairman of the steel
trust proclaims the suspension of the
eternal law of supply and demand.
If competition were not restrained
as It is done by the trusts, prices
would regulate themselves without
State or corporate interference. Com-
petition alone can and will create
natural conditions. It alone can bring
out all the powers incumbent In pre-
vailing conditions. It alone can evolve
the best energies In a nation. Regula-
tion of prices by the State would be
as bad and unnatural as it is by the
trusts. A free country cannot btand
such regulation. The regulation of
prices as advocated by the steel trust
is Just as illogical and unnatural as
State regulation. 'the history of all
panics teaches us that no recovery was
ever possible until all prices went
down, and by their lowering stimulat-
ed real demand. Lower prices alone
can and will attract buyers and stiUiu-
late trade and production. All recov-
eries, both in the stock and commodity
markets, have always started from
lower levels. The dry goods trade of
the United States was the first to
show a real and healthy recovery af-
ter the panic. because both prices and
wages went down first. The recovery
in the steel and iron Industry, which
took place after the collapse of 1903-
1944, started from lower levels. Sta-
bility of prices would have prevented
the recovery which set in in the sum-
mer of 1904.
All the law can do is to make hon-
est copulietltion possible. This would
make the law of demand and supply
operative. All other methods ar. only
harmful and economic heretfl'd that
must make conditions worse. and re-
Picnic at Rolling *luff.
B. R. (ol*on, Preident
J. W. Blanding, Vice-President
R. C. Bowers. Sec.-Tweas.
This, -ompany hau m.rved the people
of Alachus county for nearly a quar-
ter of a century itn cnnection with
aill arei fully pIir|amltl to give cou-
ple-t iniifrirnation touching your title.
Sa1J.eiii te' .t of tiNokis poNtal daily.
S"TE ff r Fru tITr
0 "THE TITLE "ESTM '"
u' e.j.P L&
The .S~orfolk Virlginlan-Pilot sys:
"And now representatives from the
black republic of Uberit are to Wash-
Inglon supplicating Congress to add
their decadent country to the altruls-
tic burdens t'ncle Sam is already
staggering under. This Is ma abso
lute ronfesslon. after sixty years of
experiment under favorable conditions.
that the negro Is Incapable of self
The Baltimore Sun says: "Nothing
would so quickly attract the Southern
people or so surely bold their respect
as a disposition on the part of Mr.
Taft to select as representatives of
the Federal Government men of compe-
tence and character, who posess not
only ability, but the support and comA-
dence of the communities they are to
serve. In this way, and this alone.
can a strong and respectable Republi-
can party be built up In the South.
And the Erst step toward clearing the
path for a better policy is the aboll-
tion of the 'referee' system."
The Philadelphia Record says: "It
needs hardly be observed that the peo-
ple of the United States. and not the
temporary occupnt of the White House
contribute mnliloms of moey for eom-
pletld the Panama canal. The right
of the people, therefore, to fulal tor-
mation as to this expenditure amd the
methods of canal construction depes
neither upon Congreeas or upoa the
administration. To prate of the dis-
loyalty of those who differ with the
authorities on this subject is a rather
bad beginning on the part of Mr. Taft
There is nothing more welcome to a
free man than free speech."
The Birmingham News says: "In
connection" with the controversy about
the Knox job. It may not be out of
place to recall that the members of
Congress raised their own alaries a
few years ago. that they draw about
six times as much mileage as Is neces-
sary to cover their travelling expenses.
and that but for the howl of indigna-
tion from the public Congress would
have voted itself a hundred thousand
dollars or more on a grab-bag techni-
cality that became known as con-
structive recess, a term or two back.
Congress has a wonderful way of treat-
ing Itself to the best In the shop at
times, even If It does asume a boller
than thou attitude when somebody
brings up the conwtitutLm."
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and your ascles sore from cold or
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a joint strain your side or bruiae
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Always have It with you. and us e It
freely. The oldest, the cbheapet and
toe best medicine for Internal and ex-
ternal aches and palna tn man is Per-
ry Davis' Painkiller. and for over
seventy years It has been the great
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go home without a l0c or one of the
new sioe S5c botti ,
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Returning, arrive Oinesvillen 0 ..0. 0 .. ....
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I lin.:nt, iI iilta K I (' ar l,- I. i ,. .I r- City and St Augu tine; Pull-
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1. 1 i anil Jaclvoutlk 1 p m daily except Sunday.
For full Information and sleeping car reservations I0li -e
any Agent Seaboard, or write S. C. SOYLITON, Jr., Assitant
General Passenger Agent Jacksoeville, FIridL.
A Yt 144 m
nmi OF AIL EU mrs
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESTILLI. FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 21.1909
toba Indo No a
his ru ohmd ay
Ms W.w ft
ftba4 ddom w hal
'14P so Twww Noun&
~~ftw Ml aft ibm beep
mu bar basoutoed by
I# as waE
left psemmmaLa ovar
40 OIWoared by FUisY's
far, e k od" ado
I mat e a M i en Af- h,
Gpo khis a .-mussmsw Tmvs
a 'T* Waltb tedo: A et a- tad
eSwliO tet do butle e*I* him sad
Was basd mftkit o Ih stlL "I doe't
m gket1w up bmw."he saM. "but I
am always aftem tr the flow .be-
@ath me. Night before lhtt the upper
b nI wi me ad bnWkhe the hip
sad dshMder ft the man blow. But
It's set a meflt; I do the bet I ran
to gt a ower. Poor chap. I gaes be'
atep aid I never kaow what hit
*ESM O." I tcred. "Ir be hIaged
If I vstt to lie uodr a dead ftall."
I beg your pardla. Did you my
"rou are right. I said something
I'm anot goto to run the risk of stay-
b I ber. You take this berth and let
me get up there."
"OI. den't lot inc dkpoww" yon.
Mtay right where yon nrc: It may not
fal--Mimct rncq do~ sult."
"Sc'metim.Id4*antl Here, let mc;
aet "p thre."
"W~ell. If jun tISl.%tI"-
"Inaist: I shnnld thI?'k I dol"
I climWedThe lulder and too-eil
Pretty mulb all nlg',t. It W1 the po'-
'1er who. brake tb'.- newto to me the !IE'.'
day of hu'w I h 'd becen the vl~ilu .-
t"at tat n RWA ulle.
Foley's Od~no Laxatlve eureq con'
pados end liver trouble and ni t.- $
tue bowl% healthy and regular. 01-:
Is suporlto to pills, and tablt41--t it
dos amoa gripe or nauso-tte. Wh3
laythiaig -else? J. W. WMconli'mn C
D&A. IL CLINK*
01ks at Crawford & Davis' Sta-
bias Cals answered day or night
CW. smd dogs all reIwo prompt at-
]D& 10.3B. WALDO,
as It b M amSktou
Si P ~ Ab66. sumg pina
afte am 11unA m
We. I* .-.M
5..UMJ. A imbus09.. U
BA1w3SVLL30 A 6 hus C.. VL*
Cern 0-M a" ""m~ suet a(im
Practise Is all Courts. state Slis
ow safse wNosmI
MA 1,. XA L
I I r T 7 v v v v T v v v
THE BUSH & AFFORD
In Which a Resident of Alachua County Will
be Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, !. 18
A!ak ed at Q3,159%0-O
sentatives of TI
The Ccoitst to [
Behalf of Bush !
A ~ l*
One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the person
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p. m.
April 15th 1909
* 0 0 6 0 0 *
* *0 *0* *
In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The
Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be used
w a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due hills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
Tso ft bm u M mt hI~nfMO sia nk W fwmhso e .......$200A.
To i t u rm bb at we-. h o a W wfr W W...... ...$175L0
To frt m ius t im i iti N Ow ui fr......... S9150.
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 lace 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
ltr every cent paid Into their establishment for
goods which they handle:
The GalMeville Hardware C4.
Ph etr Bree.
W~rVies My Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found In the establish.
mosts of the merchants giving votes and at The
Snu omce. Votes seat by mail must be directed
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun.
$1.26-Thro muoths' subscription .................. ..
Rules and Regulation
1. The contest is open to anyone ltivni i
Alachua county aho is known by the coodmtos
of the contiet or vouched for by some reputabd
person, to thetu well known.
2. No employee. attachee or relative of the pO
prietors of the aboue-uamed firms are eligible
participate In this contest, and will participate
3. In the event of a misunderstanding betw-e
candidates or others Interested in this cut$S
such countro-erby may be referred to the C0
ductors of cout,.t, who alone are the per-0W
qualified to render decisions.
4. In the event a candidate decides to WdO'
draw from the race, such candidate will oct (b
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of aIotW
candidate In the couto&L
$9.50-Six mouths' subscription ....................... 1,000 votes
$5.00--On year's subscription .............. ......... 3,000 votes
For a club of Ave one-year subscriptions (before April 1, 1909).25,000 votes
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1).. .25,000 votes
a* ^jt- j --
TIe'rtv i IIu limit to tlhe limnilier of thu,' tiIi ott.-1t1uj t jtrt jcurjjt
THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00- One year's subscription............... ............... .......
For a club of five one-year subscriptions ...........................
'I'llr i?- i, liim it t,, to f it. iinIl-.r .I il, i .l <-, ,t .t;int 1, .v ,.i'>n
Sollcitimn votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is urdesired by the pPO
Z2V w- _
. ..- t
I =5r OMLTIq
meeting in Lve
w hve a public
0a a time.
formed In Jack-
the palmetto tree.
Vat Palm Ilrach are,
Lhat city is now ex-
VWeltet tourist -.s.* -.on
AT ULine railroad hate
p r the erection of a
Weinse in Jackson-
Ste .Mid-Winter Ex-
was a very
o m of the two
w ed of. and they de-
who shot his
last summer, h.as
t of murder in the
Swas recommended to
g eaurt by the Jury.
i week J. M. Alvarez
Ih-elack on the Lake
gw the fence at his
ebmnt three miles we-t
Shers shled suddenly.
*r esuse. Mr. Alvarez
iIIat trying to get
$am which is of wire
i- -preparing to dis-
the animal when it
lgu the ditch by the
iNer gave chase. The
Il and the cat. hotly
tried to crawl through
Elorta futile. it resumn-
kgag the ditch, closely
Mr. Alvare.s but finding
bet. after reaching the
m-g. sprang up a pine
waited under the
Crawford came riding
B to watch the animal
l t a gun. He went
H e and soon returned
and his catship was
"l- now adorning the
ggetor at Mr. Alvares's
Ilreet. This is the
lead that a wildcat
by a similar mode.
wgapromptu chae isi
ID the mame of a German
is one of the many
L l. of Foley's Kidney
f the medical text books
O &s a uric acid solvent
lhr the urine. Take
It Remedy as soon as
m py Irregularities, and
imsalady. J. W. McCol-
i PleasIant Church.
Y IMile at Mt. Pleasant
| sena church I coloredd
he 0t a %ery inttrebting
SI I1 a. m.. 3 p. m and
Slr will be a stpcial
SI* 1 Ite pastor. I.torr
* i the u-ntir<- 'at Ona.
pf re uent A i>e:ttl in
I Mded to stranzxjer.
E MARTIN I'ub
gSSS u Cures Sack Head-
ches tfrnu (Grip. Stini
SI yr F-ml. truble'
hI by druggists.
People Must Regnihe
and Need IL
Kidney III come qui, ti) -nlyste-
lint nature always warns you.
Notice the kidney) ecrtlotims.
If there are settling, and medilniett.
Pamssaes frequent, scanty., painful
It a time then to Uwse lutan'. Kidely.
To ward off Itright's dipeane or dia-
INmn'n have done great work in this
Mrt. J. L. Warren of Starke. Fla..
Ksays: For nIonIe time I was a victim ot
kidney trouble. Their kidney .seretlont.
were too frequent. In peassage. causing
me thle grealest annoyance a;nd I s- u
fre d ( f )l-t:ta tl) lroull i i. aK'4H t.- ;i;ll
dAil i .Ic. tiarough the, Aidll., I
Could inot I rest w'A l and l l i ithe Ilniling
arose ileling,tire.d and worn out %..:
lack b came p er. lain. and I ofteia
found It difficult to get around. I at
length read about lNians Kidney l'ills
and procured a box. Since using
them. I have been free from back-
aches and the soreness and lameness
han disappeared. The annoyance from
the kidney secretions also ceased and
I am able to sleep well. Doan's Kid-
ney Pills benefited me wonderfully
and I can recommend them as the
beat kidney remedy I ever us,,d."
For sale by all dealers. lPrice 51
cents. Fo.'ter-Milburn Co.. Ituffalo.
.%ew York. sole age-us for the United
Remember the name )oan's-and
take no other.
MELROSE NEWS NOTES
MELROSE. Feb. 20. On Monday a
crowd of about forty had a most en-
joyable pii nic at the camp of i.. M.
Pearsall. oiln Seminole island. the four
motor boats. Indion Princess." ie."
"Key~ione" and "Skidoo. furnishing
the transportation. The Victor talking
machine of Rev. Waters added a great
deal of pleasure to the occasion.
The heavy rain on Monday night
ant Tuesday morning was very wel-
Miss Edna Bailey and Miss J.
Mosier of Uniontown. Pa., were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Waters
for a few da)-s
Mrb. E. Marshall and Miss C. Mc-
Rae have gone for a few days' visit
We regret to learn of the death of
Mr. Leon McRae of McRae. Ga.. who
split the winter here the year before
last and made many friends.
Newly registered at the Huffman
House are Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Varick.
Susquehanna. Pa. Another new ar-
rival in town is J. Pinkney. Galllon.
Ohio. who is stopping with T. A. Birt.
Mrs. J. A. Remmel entertained a
number of her friends on Tuesday af-
ternoon with various sorts of games
Miss Thelma Hoffman of Dunnellon
is visitingg Miss Nora Husband.
Quarterly meeting will be held at
the Methodist church this week.
Quite a crowd is exlws-ted to attend.
Mrs.1 Le. (;rini.'s of Jacksonalilke I
tihe guest of Mrs. Grimes.
C R. Kluger. the jeweler. 1060 Vir-
giuia ,a enue. Indianapolis. Ind.. writes:
I was so weak from kidney trouble
tuat I could hardly walk a hundred
feet. Four bottles of Foley's Kidn>)
Remedy cleared my complexion. cure-d
my backache and the irregularities
disappeared. and I can now attend to
business every day. and recomnuetid
Foley's Kidney Remedy to all suffer-
era. as It cured me after the doctors.
and other rcmedites had failed" J. W
McColluit & Co.
C ne on t: e Coirt stzr-
* f i I TlI.- 1:, 1,' d he-n wanr
ned A- Ic ~~iaPe~! el.
clii Ii I it h I I ne!
,~ I ti I
1 '. 'a I v i I
its ~ I. -
I .. I
Ccii ~ I a.
"W 'aelws.Ldle11 -- ujr the Iiic. ~ i. t,
I~bes to be had within ,t 5'
*TMA ~ SPANKINSiM rc
be~~~ bea .ait Ityro .4-t"'C an,
-0 Ii tcaU&LLk Will
Se..A L &,.,io y c.
,M~vvPOW bI~itavjeLSOU60 p'
I*" bl- c h Tb ur tuha&- i ~ ~ i. t I
allotT his Iar .a. ase t.ca..1
SOen YOU MEsO A NCHILOf
There Is One Walting fer a Plame in
Is It ploolhle to work succeisfully
for the child that needs a home and
the home that needs a child?" In
other words. can a great number of
unfortunate boys and gtrirs be save-d
from public Institutions by the system
of finding ha'ens for them In pla('es
that are "homines" on the w"'-t acce.- ia-
tlon of the sord? A year of practical
experimentation has proved that re-
markable results can be accomrlisl-d
tby a Chlld-Rescue camlpaian conduct-
ed in the principle that univeria;l
lotlher love can be' awakened to a
s ense of responotiality for the' nelecte-d
( lii-l.( ol the ai% let
it ionh l .t- nx.am. childl.,s t ,s
I In :dtlo|i h eile tiH and girl. lbut timau '
,;ir, .. and ternio iarily hellph'le
little r.4 ha .e tee n aroue,'d to a tln',set
of their highest duty The e. undary
influence of this work-this stirring-
up of lateni maternal solicitude'-ma- y
be productive of the most widespread
reforms. which will reduce institution-
al work to the minimum. A letter
from California, published in The Feb-
ruray Delint-ator. tells itab own story.
rhe e riltr .ays:
"'It's through your Child-Rescue artil-
iles that I have my three children out
of the home nla which I had been forc-
ed to place them for a year. Your
nrst article touched re to the depths.
and each succeeding one. They told
me what I knew to be the' truth-it's
far. far better for the little ones to
he in a private home. I could not
see my way to have them and also
work for them. but your precious
articles strengthened me and finally.
last March. I took my two children
out and home and worked for them.
sewing. etc and last July my young-
eat one also came back to me. I am
now in charge of a day nursery that
has jumt been st:irted. so you see I am
working for mi little ones and at the
name time with them.
"It is you. dear friend, that has real-
ly done that for me and also. maybe.
for many others. Your influence is.
indeed, widespreading and is a power
This letter opens a vista of possi-
hilities to the philanthropic mind.
When women of all classes come into
a knowledge of what motherhood
means, as the highest privilege of life.
there will be little need of institutions
and child-rescue campaigns. but until
the better understanding comes there
is much to be done. Let all who can
bellp In bringing together the home
and the child.
For City MarshaL
To the Votersn of the City of Gaines-
I m a candidate for City Marshal.
for re-election on April 13. 1 have
served the people faithfully and effl-
clently, night and day. and my record
is open for Inspection.
If my service during the past year
hai been satisfactory I ask the sup-
port and vote of each and every citl-
sen who is qualified. I can only
promise the same service as I have
e:deavored to give In the past.
Yours for order.
HEN T. ARNOW.
I take this method of informing the
public that I am a candidate for City
Marshal at the election to be held on
April 13. 1909. 1 respectfully solicit
the support of all voters, irrespective
of party affiliation. and promise to
faithfully and Impartially discharge
the duties of the office should I be
. elected. Respectfully.
CITAS C. WARREN.
the' aile of -
th. .,urt rep'p-tfully announce g9belf a
e ('cleadidate" for thev uf:e'e of (ily Mar-
bhal to Im- .oted ftir at th,- election
n A. ril :.t 1909J If electtd b 11ill
a tt'f'l. dtl.-.charge tihe ilutit-l of the-
he ii'it,'. aei.,ut fe-;ar or favor. I re
i ... i!ly o lt it thie vot,- of all fr
S ,. i. t Ok f 1at .ia!.llalml ,
y l .M )ELL
S,11 ( ilto lnli < bl 0 f oft0 i, It
riio aaake prroen reaads the %ant
&g* v?%- ry dAy-&Aid aaawers 6sow. a#)
IL I I I1 1 )1A14J
ftLM Ja" ats a~ i
lb Ihi Yea ftu AkuplqX
Ind Fkctur s ees@~i
I N U
One of the most valuable features
of our service, to our subscribers and
to the public generally, is our connec-
teon with the extensive long distance
lines of the merican Telephone and
Telegraph Cc npany and the other as
.cr i.. ed Ball telephone companies.
,Ve own th usands of miles of long
distance lines in the seven States in
which we operate and in addi'.ice can I
connect any telephone in our syste;t
with lines extending to any other city
in v h.ch a ell Telephone system is
These long distance lines are of the
most fr' dern and irmproved construc-
EROM MEANT DEATH.
Typesters and WPi*fre ders -n Chi-
nse Paer Creful.
China. with all It" valt pumulation.
bnatv not quite two doevan dally pa-
pers. but anong them are the two old*
Iat papers to the world. The Kim Pas
Sed to IN, considered by Earopelme
the oldest paper, hbut It bha bee tawed
a mere t oumnadi year. The Telnq Poo.
or Pekin News. was first published Aso
years before tbo Norman conquest and
hai been tlaed without Intermlit aon
for early 1.400 years. The Taing Pra.
has the appearance of a yellow backed
magazine of twenty-four octaro pages.
enach page containingg seen columns
consist Ing of nrenn characterss"
Two editlont are published--a edl-
tlI n (del lIuxe fr the court and the up-
per el:anwe' at a roat of 24 cents a
flmoitl. l ndan elitllon Inferior in Ip:ne'
and printlng. imltiag 1l cents a month.
It has a irenulatlon of aliout 1o0.Einand
is really tbe principal paper of China.
chronicling the movements of the em-
peror and of the cowrt and printing
the ministerial reports. It Is probably
the most exact newspaper la the world.
The punishment for an error In print-
ing was until recently, at least. Inataat
death.-New York Times.
Old Ldeds. *Cee*hepe.
Mediaeval London, besides being a
"city of taverns." was famous for Ita
cookabops, such as the place o the
river bank described by FItastepbhe ti
the thirteenth century: "There every
day ye may call for any dish of meat.
roast. fried or sloden. shb both small
and great. venison and fowl. If frtdmis
come upon a sudden wearied with
travel to a citizen's house and they be
loath to walt for curious preparations
and dremings of frehb meat let the
servant rmn to the water side. whlse
all things that can be desired are at
hand." This particular place of public
cookery apparently did an indoor as
well as an outdoor trade, for Fits-
stepben further d(lecried It as being
used both day and night by "mnulti-
todes of soldiers or other strangers
who refresh t l'ctmelies to their con-
tent on reaNst ge .e. the fewl of Afri-
ca and the rare andvwii f lonln." But
what were tlse, tv' fnh-'t mentioned
V I n!sl4"aI.ondoh t'l Chr.> ,l-le.
Laidd. & @&ear A~
operating in varles se tibses of e
country, are wifrwm In ther Set N
ment and in their methods of 1ap
Only by reason of this soe trM
arrangement between tihe oll Tel-
phone companies is It possible **o* *
a Be11 Telephone almost aaywfel,
ask for "Long Oistane" and be pt tIs
communication with alnmet any pat
en tne country
This vast network of wires, rldit-
ing throughout the nation, is seed
daily in commerce and for "Mlal pis
pcies by the banker, the farmer aa
ieeiers on all walks of life and l9p
tion and are maintained at a high 'plant here is an important inik l this
*tats of efficiency. The 8*Il systems. Ireat cha.n.
Southern Bell Telephone
and Telegraph Company
Efficit Siervie. hMMauMe tes
I is as a*V "8"60
m~eb eae w toSsGoal
prom- rassess" t
rru I- -
The Lg Distance System
THE DAILY SUN: GAINE8VILLE, FLORIDA. FEBRUARY 21. 1909
"Md What Is Ge-
of the City.
g g at Rutherford's
#a t cents Iound at
oerk Racket and get
qa Arredondo was in
fer Moaday. J.G.
ma. ad see If they
better 3! ? cents
Sf Biston was a via-
of Hague was a
Ia"80 paid to ladies
doo mand you'll get to
'O 15 cents gallon.
fals -and ribbons at
mst ad save money.
gif Raleigh was
visitors to the
inippyl who deals with
i t they be' Balley
$e i a town for glass.
dod3y is the New York
and W. 8. Yearwood
m visltors to Gainesville
The great cut plrice store i New
Bewt. new Florida syrup ..o cents the
gallon at Rally & ('Co
Fancy KxiNrlninent Station %eal feor
Monday J ( Hlarrold
Cedar Key oysters, day and night.
at Rutherford's Restaurant.
California beaches and prune*s, I
cents the pound at Sal.v & (Co s.
We have saved others mone and
can save .ou if ,,a u will l.t u11 .1.-*
Jo@- Chamherlin. a trmn ker of Ta-
Coma, kwas 4in-ctinK his fri. l-d in the
Phlfer lBroh- will save you mion'y on
furniture, matting and rugis. and be-
sides. give you ot'es.
Furniture,. mattiig atd ruil s :ill
market d in pain tigiars. and e. gu.ar
antee to avIe you big money. Phif.er
Miss Mary Wilcox. after a pleasant
vilit with friends in the city for the
past week. returned to her home yes-
Chas. Brabham. one of The Sun's
valued employees, left yesterday for
Ocala on a short visit to friends and
E. I). Reed. a traveling salesman
who is making Gainesville his head-
quarters, left yesterday to spend Sun-
day In Jacksonville.
Be a man, woman or a Billie Goat.
whatever you are. be that. Don't be
Intimidated-buy your groceries from
Salley & C(o if you want to.
The o 'ham Silver Co. have Just
sent us a beautiful line of Sterling
pieces suitable for wedding gifts. let
us show you. L. C Smith. Jeweler.
T M Venable of Arredondo was In
the city yesterday He and other
farmers are particularly pleased with
the good rains in that section the past
Dr. VWilbur Lasgiter and wife re-
turned yesterday from a pleasant ish,
it to St. Petersburg and Tampa. where
i dMrea's straw hats they have been pending the past two
Si great variety at New weeks.
W. T. Waters, the successful truck-
the trucker of Ta- er of Hickman. was in the city on a
)~htes visitor to the visit to his wife Saturday. who is the
Pl-. | efficient and popular delivery clerk at
& C Md has returned the poextoffice.
NOt 61i2ess visit to the W U Ande nn. IJr returned yes-
terday from Jacksonville. where he
has been visiting his sick brother.
liennie. He reports the condition of
the patient much improved.
M. Venable and children arrived in
the city yesterday from thbir home at
Archer The children will spend the
next week here visiting their grand-
miother. Mrs. Jones of East Gaines-
The magnlfcent 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
PAno Co.. 106 Main street. Jackson-
By stopping with us. you will be
saved the annoyance of having to get
acquainted with a new manager every
time you come; the same proprietors
for the past nine years extend the
glad hand to you at the Brown House.
Misses Ida and Catherine. Alexander
of Charlotte. N. C. are the charming
guests of Missa leonora Vidal. at her
home in Kast (;ainesille They are
former bchmolniates of Miss Vidal
and had not met since they attended
- -deputy sheriff
It'iHnlag of Clarke has
2f he parents.
P i. PFerns and Shrub-
d Fruit Trees in va-
aivnes. 'phone 179
Sea"h has returned frogn
lih of a week to schools
art of the State.
b- Thic is guaranteed to
i nr,. eolds and lagrippe.
ikM by W. M. Joo non.
bei Masages that we sell
Ml t peond are "mighty
* I." Balley & Co.
Of stylesk for women and
)0i big received every day
R~M department. L C .mith.
ShNm of music for only $1
OMS weekk-nothing at this
8 ale. Miller & Vidal.
REWARD TO ANY
MAI. WOMAN OR
SIrove that we do not
P1 gas" & Co
ODD north. w.,l~ ti't I, i.:,. I., ,\
We wolil.li't I. tf.ll,,,_' 41,,;i. oil"! t
I inik of tlt. k. I u f 11. ,,r ir !I- v,
role on filliln it .at ,, r I,.ir W \\'l,.t ,
.la ourtiin I b ,.ll ,,. r.
^i"* OUr im1-i .-., to tr,'.e t \ i-itl'r- n -lt
:: !' .1 ''ii
*f- \e~'t Iii'1
~ !..' it
Crawford & Davim I
a Savings Account
Our Store Will Be Closed
On which day we will move to our new
store-the old Hyde corner." We will
be ready for business there Wednesday
morning, the 24th, and will be glad to see
new customers as well as the old.
Assuring you a hearty welcome-
MRS. R. WILSON
WANTED-ReBaed. middle-aged ge-
tlemen desires to correspond with
lady matrimonially inclined. Address
P. 0. Box 635.
SALBSMAN WANTED to sell to gro
cers, druggists and confectioners;
$100 per month and expenses. Call-
fornia Cider & Extract Co.. St. Louis.
WANTED- Messenger boy at.Western
I'nion Tek-graph office.
MEN WANTED. Call at 108 E. IAb
erty Btreet We can Interest you
and make it to your advantage to
work for u,
WANTID MIe.n to learn barter trade;
few weeks required; best paying
work within the reach of poor man.
'.ta I u ihop iath small capital,
.,' fri ni 1: to $ ::t te'kl) uon
ulirful de..tiad for bartwber. Cata-
I' tu n.till' -i free. Moler llarber
Coll'eg. At .eita. (Ga
Sugar cured hams. breakfast bacon
and picnic hams at mighty close
prices. Valley & Co.
Phifer Bros.. the bankers, have a
change of ad. In which they suggest
that you had better start a savings
The Boye Machine Needles in wood-
en tubes-won't rust-also shuttles
and bobbins for all machines made. at
New York Racket.
Chickering. Kbe,. MathUshek.
Fircher and Ivers a Pond Pianos and
Crown Organs for sale by W. L. HIU.
Pianos for rent or exchageA
A customer dropped Into our place
to say: "Your weight is honest and
prices cut low. you're sure to do busi-
ness that way." Salley & Co.
We have In our shoe department a
tip-top line of boys' low-cut shoem.
They are dressy looking, splendid
wearing, and reasonable in price. L.
The price ea Chatanqu tickets for
balance of courm is placed at $1.50, in-
cluding everything. Daily tickets, ad-
nmitting to both .day and night attrac-
lions, U5 cent.
"The proof of the pudding is the
chewing of the bag' We extend the
invitation to all-inspect our stock.
comparee our prices and weigh our
packages Salle) & Co
Beginning Monday I offer extra
fancy stall-fed beef. The price is a
1fractilon higher-18 and 20 cent for
In .t uth -lut ihe quality makes up
for that J G. Harrold.
St. I'Ptersburg ('om. & Seed Co.. St.
I **ter.4'lurg. Via -Hiurpw- Steeds
'iilt P'roduce'. EKgs,. *tC" lealt eg*g
iii;.rk It in State' ('uaoialg noiia-1ts anid
',I. l |N ld 'id h i ll'it d
I W' % '. ll oli o if te,.a-*'l. ll. f i iu .
l. l l t ii A ll.' til l wi ill I, .iinl ilig
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tile ,.i. ii ii.* Iit & I it%,i
I. .. iii4 ii &i #5 ii Ta IIIt IIar I~i.14 -
II lil is. I III.. At i 'I I, Iti
t. r riitf~r wtteiiibee il itut ptt-d lit re- J
(othef mews ltme *enPpogeTha) m
Ply anmta LOMt,
rOR RENT--nMveoem ag
block mat to sw ; My Wim,
electric lights, both m id a
modwa comveakeeea. AM* at
FOR RENT-Sev-- m-rm eatta; edl
watar, electric Ulgt bth sad s
modem covers mee&s. AS A. I
Wittstock 408 N. Arredoad ad
FOR 8ALJE CHEAP-A g-e,. attoe
3-allom cow. J. C. 3Vmw
FOR SALB-ood4oin M hasM Mi
atm n6mwTlred b"y. AWly P. 0.
BoX No. X7.
FOR SAL-Very preMpAe -Frtvio SO
ilamd common eed 4dW ft-m .
lands of loMth Carol. mJ
Chesaut. GOlesville. Pia.. sm B 6
FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Rde Is-
land Reds; eggs 76 Mosts perw M-
tine; also Black Miaoreas. Mrs H.
W Waits. 701 Magmolla stret.
1(OC'AL A(..ENT WANTIK-D-A hast-
iig aK,-et siated by a Northe
(oijniii.ii luli huube to solicit co-sI -
n-iit. (iof fruits and vegetables. Ap
plhi io K (E-rmainl. Orlando. P.
First National Bank
(AINt *VIsII.Kd. j r- I. wIt l)A
Established Over Twenty Years
~"urjdu-, $7,I it~ M JIM)
WTEI STATES E PSITOlR
,...We Solicit Your Business....
lm. W. C &haui, Prow
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CAR OF HORSES AND MULES
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