Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01587
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: February 24, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01587
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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d 0 mn1 IhP Wwer CKy to

S~ f wh- o e. vM Mb dntty was made
aM a 12 I a toe s d that in a"dor to
I Eft M a sm Meaeds of rldcents, flly 10.000,

I i1 now M d Mealks along the en-
*raw dwi t* e be parade beifg s o jammed
ww^as 4g only a marmow space in

tl opOLs. 'Obe of the pretty sad In-
b f eatwres ot the parade was the
if 7o artUllrymi from Fort
-1 ..... who were mecompanpled by
Si haFl M E eh ,htlh artilery band. Monday
Sa N art tM h d odo comic pa4ders held
Ao bs arit ath tw o IA parade through the prin-
do at. f- Gate, wro shown. The Ant
at was M tat f ag Do&b aUd Queen
d fi T tTherWon were entitled.
"lilA o l ieMWr the Mayor." landd
fte hl heo no Watorw."Se" mThe City Ce1aell,. "IOur
of ime" sW and the -Btldbead BeW." All
s mf at. t- qu s-l the M bje aed, *ad

.!Be va "'"s I eMeve that i It wu
"M b- e rto a h tmrW o Mthe etm-
mW em Niorlmo led the

p 09p| U sw w -a si taupisIL Roberts asking

pe ea l pet e"t ata eof Ave Cents
t a"d0so image
Sto, e mats h t he crop wou b in-
SMM creamd after tho advato prtic -
u ia It went itsk down to 11 cents.
s %M s** 8 tf you willleeook up the remor of Sea
h P- *utm. oIslandf *ttes s vill d ad talt for
-7_ Ia MIt HI beon M tf tll for fro&
SaIt ,d 14 to Ns mai w pound. S ort crop
4-.s and e weed demand brngs hiermpoorsies;
So "IfhugWWer andNo pr demand bROWRg
#We Is otto wetrw p rrime
S16 W ha wet Ilfm e k laws h.ou be paMoee

|" 08piN Mf tkwoul amost b eels lgo
4| 9 lqoen ito 0 attenw the whims of a
eif l Io wd be rimlom, to the mvaws
0 8p t MV of 0Um powers. Thremtbs of
I 6HW 90 r thedo MeMs tW Is made In Alachna

a -a af It. I have It is pbtoed for supplies of various
kf 'r 0 i4YM Wd i 35mM w* Oall have remnants
I I 6WM i vr O aW d N emp ooUe to *oU to Mr. Merch-
0 doarst peYs, d at (empetoilly If It tis redbagy.)
N I 1W f. baft I have Pine a eesM. of $U on all buyors
em M W..ry year of M@A cotton. sad this will put out
1Ml W O Wi t tie sclas of buyers that buy the most
MI MI I %I of .of the stolen cotton. Let the poor
oM G O ve to t On man ma what little he can and
i0 M=4 Saui to sell It whe and as he plea.
ah&trmo amre OWs OLD COTTON GROWER.
I wr WMU aet m Newbherry. Vi.. Feb. 22. 10

Wris'Name Will Be

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on the Bridge" ,,..." ....
The colorh, d i,|'.l<, t',o I is t
was beguu uuder 1i 1is. as serect.irt of el thl;t thes e' xliiltat Iar .int-. 1 ti
war and s ehea he Joined the t'Coun I i. i,. % t l i t. ,. \I ,I< 't 1'.
federal) and brcalue Its l'ret'ident. hib I l"h'' I ti i-t.I t o lst t i. li-
iane, under Goterumenlt orders. was *'
chiseled from the tablet. 1K. i ,. e .>t. h f,.r titl. il.t, ,f
Repeated effurt to reatore it liae 1, t ,h. a, t'l e ,ii s .Iintl I Is it i:, a I. II I,
beeo nade. At the 14)7 cou ileatiuU t talk .ati'iit i d .irl 'I ..i t>I k uil .1-
of the DaI ghters of the Confed-ra'y a l"s I I' hitliia-i.t-lE .-*'. I. |1>.-'llh4 .i1''lii
resolution was adopted asking fur th. Ih l i II' i ,.-. It K i ml t.-iull- 'A;l
IaviMs restoration and RKepre.se-nttlte' Ii I wlloe Ithe itl-t'I leittli I A 1a I IIl
MeyO r of L uislaaua S uughlt u ,lau fully to have this caiiled out The -r--
erasure of the Iuaw **Sa b direction The want ads. do more real estate
uof Caleb Snmith, U ncolu' r s'cre'tar> of bustines than all other brokers cowm
the intertur, after a suggestion by by ed to fact. they "start" most of
Usalaha Orow, of Prwius)lubai thou the business that the brokers ad
speaker of the House aeasts Saub


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its of Amteurs Captured the Vast A

In Grand First Part

the largest houses of the
eted the performance of the
strels at The New Baird last
when Chas. T. Pales put on
ance that has never been ex-
ally in the history of the
ept when be gave a similar
here some five years since.
ring the time that was put
different memtb-r-a of the'
proved a rather remarkable-
Ad shows that we hale silent>
talent in the city that could

assisted by chorus,. was undoubtedly
one -of the most difficult pieces f
music In the entire performance--i
fact. such an undertaking was refark.
able for a minstrel first lart--bt te
able manner in which the members
acquitted themselves shows that we
have talent in Gainesville that canaWt
he disputed.
"Well. I'll Swan." by Mr M-r
phy. and Ed Wellington's "I'm Not the
Man." showed that these two artiste
had the' making, and Wellington will


Members of Twentieth Century Club Lcaw I
Took Matter Up Through Their
Special Committee.

Through the efforts of the Twen- One of
tieth Century Club. It has been made season gre
possible for Gainesville to secure a Home Min
one-day exhibit of the American Tu- a perform
berclosis exhibition which has al- called loc
ready been shows In Jacksonvile place, exc
and Pensacola to great advantage. production
Mrs. C. A. Colelough. who is chair. Consider
man of the civic committee of the club, in by the
has been at work for the past several caste it I
days trying to arrange matters for succeJI an
the exhibit in Gainesville and has of local ts
succeeded in a promise of the same. easily co-l
bet the date will have to be announced with just
later. The op
The State management are now ar- ing the h
ranging for a circuit of the State and naval boy
Galnesville ladies having exerted their the hand
energies In selling a large number of Manager I
stamps during the holidays were given good advj
one of these exhibitions. was well
The exhibition consists of charts. him. with
maps, models of tents and buildings. through w
photographs and pictures showing plause re
causes leading to consumption, demon L C. Ly
strations of living In the open. etc.. carried ou
sad several hundred slides ued with ous crack
the addresses given a number of times nature w
each day and night There is nothing same can
disagreeable or dangerous; no pa- men. Jas.
tentas treated; no remedies sold or ad- all being
vertised; no promodtinad of ay com- just where
menial or private laterest. spot.
The purpose is to show the means J. A. Go
of prevention and cure, and to secure ably rend
a htr-reacing press and platform Dreams. (
propaad agaiat this preventable pulled to
ad caumble dIesase. an old fav
Medical soctotUes are requested to people ai
agpMat coimlttees to enlist local co upon by
operation, iavitint the aid of various that ask f
clbsa aad societies. Public sebool "Smith's
supertateadents. principals, and teach- name Imp
rs are urged to take 'the Initiative serve for
towards forming local committee* to Lou LyncI
aid during the exhibition. and to give his "By a
special atteutlc- to instruction on the markably
subject of right living. he attend
Every omclal and every citizen who well as hi
has data of any sort regarding tuber- Special
culosis in Ptorida. or concerning ef- ham. who
forts made to combat it. Is earnestly to Remind
requested to forward same to address showed th
below, him in hi
Campaign Headquarters piece.
Have been located In the Board of The "T
Trade building. Jacksonville. during
January and February, but mall (
should now be addressed to American Burnt c
Tuberculosis Exhibition, Pensacola. are being
Florida -a %hole
Features of the campaign will be posed are
exhibitions at Jacksonville and Pensa- the depot
cola., one-day institutes at Gaineisille. is \ry. d
Miaml. Lake City. Tallahaa,'e.' Kt-y old thing
West. and other points,. ith a o.er theI
mall and press icampaigil re-.ach iiK not the' c.i
.<-r) part of the Si.:te it h liiforallia as Ih.. hai
tlun. th hoitldingK of Iih'< lnii uiliel ftor

1 I t. 1< -i1,.: ,' t+ 1 i i M. .H l ,

ere heartily received. The
be said of the other two end
P. Smtih and Mr. Murphy.
alive to placing their fun
e it weald reach the right

odwin. In his usual manner.
lered "Good Night, Sweet
Good Night." and was com-
respond to an encore. He is
orite among the Gainesville
ad never fails when called
the different organizations
or his assistance.
i Mixture" was all that its
lied, and he had a good re-
his repeated encore, while
b was the negro himself in
nd By." He showed off re-
well and it is known that
ed only one rehearsal. 'as
is other end pal. Mr. Smith.
mention is due to Kline Gra-
beautifully rendered "Just
You." and his hearty encore
hat be had the house with
s sweet rendition of this
allor Song" by Dr. Waldo.

east Line Cinders.
inders from A C L. trains
dumnild near the Magnolia
v carload which it is sup-
to repair the street around
In wet weather this place-
Iisagreeable, and most any
would be an improvenient
Ipr*'.e'it wuy. but why doe's
,unril have this stre-t fixed
i%\. ordereel and .top lthe- re'

ly entertaining.
The laugh provokers. consisting of
Pales. Simpson. Carter,. utch sad
Hertel. was easily one of the St
laughable features of the show. Ther
were all to the good and were com-
lelled to respond time and again to
calls from the house.
"A Dollar for a Kiss" was an amI-
Ing farce for the wind-up. in whldt
Wellington. Chesnut. Smith and Mrs
Fales took part. It was a burleneI
highly enjoyed, and the curtain wa
rang down on one of the best local
plays witnessed here for some time.
Miss Myrtle Fennell very ably Pro-
sided at the piano during the rd&
tion of the songs for the first part.
Owing to sickness and important
business matters Cols. Chubb and Webl
ster were unable to be present sad
fulfill their places on the prgrsm.
but they will be remembered aad
placed In the next performance, tor
the people are anxious to see them at
work In this line.
The part of Interlocutor was well
filled by Shields Warren. who proed
himself fully equal to the emergency

pairing with more mud. or trash? It
they really can do anything tbhy
should be found going after It in th*
right manner

Some article that is simply "is s
way" at your bouse might. If tAdl
Used. be sold to someone who IS f5
loudly looking or it.
Subscribe for The Sun and vote Ot
your choice In the piano eonsts

lines S&ve Murderer

'rom Fury of Judge Lynch

i I t. i, t W ( l.' EA t I n w 1 -ill 4, .4' 1 l"

t K I'i In ti F ",t :.. i 1 1 1 1 -I |, I I -1I. t Iff 1 .I .tI d r.
1 1 I I 1 ik Sp I j I \4 1 11 1 I li "1 \1 .ill l l I k1
I', i .l .i, i ll -1,l, il-b -- --
.1l .1i. t.-. t iiK icrml r .it Marines to RAtn6.
i'V:\ s t l..\ F I. ,, ldi by
,t l .i ..<.l the .l f .; t, ^, t r t f. l i t,, ,i .I l
riff la n .. ,1, ,, t- ,,1 I '
k' I h l t ,.. t .t l ,. ., li l t. 1 |.1., t.. M' ,nda
ni.. .l tu i hti| .11.*I l* an rn. oi w.s- l.it.. 1 .'
*r, *- ie'ls iIs t Ct' w l t alilghti tu the' iA.%> >)Ard
SRead the want ads
Lrni-t liuiuidi.te'l) aU the Read the want ads to today's *

lie up to the highest notch doubtless. le found before the fowo*
a little hard work. lights again at no distant day.
ening first part. represent W. M. Dale sang a beautiful balad
omne-coming of Uncle Sam's which mas noted for its sweetness.
s. was new and superb. and Prof. W. E. Woltz. with his eph~
Somen costumes carried by neum. was good. and the Profeuor
ales showed the boys off to was compelled to respond to an em-
iiLtice. The oiewning chorus core.
received and the biff. bang. I The physical culture exhibitlo of
which the affair was gone I i'uts and Pile was as good as a y
kith merited the hearty ap- exhibition ever put on here by sam
c.ved. tuers. They did many difficult feats
'nch and Ed Wellington ably that it would hate taxed a prof-e
t their parts and the numer- -lonal to perform, and their part of
t made by them of a local tie evening' entertainment was high-



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h1gW6 dock of (rim7 ~see
Xhown IW "h. ity before.


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hue seed are sure
core up, so don't
a any riskand Buy
edfrom US.

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Mary m Reseowed eme Vet.
OWd MRUMlm shn 01kwed That
Her Cei dll-sy Is Grwing
I FPaver.

Yesterday's vote In the piano con-
tft was mot larsM as ou Soue
pr.vi.w 4ays. but a good vote was
p llsB. eMiu Halle and Strickland re-
lvingam smt of the vote eat, the two
Inars, MissMes lls sand Dupree. not
eilag as mmay votes as usual. A
low more auch votes for Catherine
would mke bar eaadldcy agaln ap-
pear formidable to the two leaders.
but mone of them are relaxing their
>aorts Is the least. ad It will require
a vlitable "cyelome" for either of the
two aext highest to overcome the vote
already received by the tyo leading
madkdates, who are now exerting
every effort to reach the coveted goal.
Nothing Is Impossible, however, In con-
tests of this kind and ome of those
Saow aear the bottom my be at the
top of the list aext week.
&owlfg is the i0adaN g of the
Missl Doeri Bllis, ity.........927.980
MI 1 Bsease Dupree, city..... .11.775
Miss Catherie Halle, city... .748.870
Miss Plerrie Strickland.......3$.65 0
Miss M. Daughtrey, city....... 14.785

Mis Mary Meormick. dity...
Miss Xaatm Diims city...
Mis Ala Peamell. ity.......
Miss Jal Carter, eity........
Miss Mabel iaahbm. city.....
Mi A. Ora. Newberry......
Mis Jese vams. eity ........
Mis A. SItek-al Waldo. .V..
Mis Metse BMal city........
Miss mS Huadeon. city......
Miss Aaale SevUille ...........
Mits Wveaa taL. Walo......
Mrs. L Ware. HIh Sprtags...
Miss Goi Labart, city.....
Mims Ulaie eppard. BelU....
W" Car.ta, Manopy....
Miss Mary Thipla. city......
Mis M. Periades, cty.......
Mra W. argesat...........
Miss I. aN Ts. Hawthorn....
Miss ahby Albright..........


Go aa DOSitftl Raesplie at Her
Heme Tues y Aftonme.
About thirty were present at a re-
eeption WadMed by Mim Laoora Vi-
dal at her home on South Roper ave-
nue Tuesday afternoon In honor of
her vissaing guests. Misses Ida Moore
and Kathleene Alexander. of Char-
lotte. N. C., from 4 to it o'cktlk.
The novel game of guessing at nuts
was among the principal featurer.
Miss Irene McCreary winning the flr-.t
prise. while Mlss Helen Cheanut wat.
successful in carry)ig off the *'i*,xhti "
A delightful chaflux dish' cour..'
was served. consisting of We\Ich r.ar-
bit. etc.. after which the .ouIng feolki
took their deplrture- hailigK pent a
very pleasant afterntNu

C. R. Kluger, the jestw.lr, 10;o 1Vir
ginia avenue. ludianapolis. Iad w rite.:
I was so weak from kidney trouble
that I could hardly walk a hundred
feet. Four bottles of Foley's Kiduer
Remedy cleared nmy complexion. cured
my backache and the Irregularities
disappeared, and I can now attend to
business every day, and recommend
Foley's Kidney Remedy to all suffer
era, as It cured me after the doctors
and other remedies had failed J W
McColiuma & Co
If Its worth Wortf to someone else
than to you--o matter what It is-
a want ad. will be a good iavesotmen





Our Grand Early Exposition of Fine Ready-to-Wear

Millinery, Shirtwaist and Walking Hats

As well as Special Showing of Fine Ready-to-Wear Goods of all
the new Spring models, will occur

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, February 24, 25, 26







May Have Been a "Tiger" Den or
Place Made to Safely Hide
Articles of Value.
Ooooooooooooooooo O
o "Keep Out, I Am Dead"-Inscrip- o
* tion on a new home under the o
o ground. o
0 o *oooooo*oo 0ooooo 00
The above Inscription was found on
the outside of a room which had been
dug out and neatly arranged on the
inside in West Gainesville In the old
Ellis field, and which was discovered
yesterday by A. G. Colclough, who in
turn notified Marshal Arnow.

In company with toe marshal the re-
porter visited the place and found that
It had only recently been constructed,
but for what purpose could scarcely
be Imagined. The only entrance to
the room was made from the em-
bankment of the large ditch, there be-
ing an opening about 2z3 feet, which
was closed with a wooden frame
made like the old style shutters-
boards nailed together.
After crawling through this opening
for a space of about five feet you came
to the room. This had been well dug
out and arranged by the parties who
doubtless spent a great deal of time
in making the excavation and putting in
the substantial timbers to keep the
ground from caving In about them
while they were on the inside. The
frame was constructed of heavy 3x6
timbers and boards nailed along
around the wall of the room. nails be-
ing placed at regular intervals all
along the sides.
On exploring the room we found
nothing particular of note except a
handkerchief which had the Initials in
one corner of "J M." while in another
place it simply had the letter "F."
This pomslbly might have been a
dig out" for some "tiger." or it iia'
haee been arranged for the darki,- teo
pLi i their fauorite' g lKeIo' Of .kl.ii
tilll l a*. ," ire >lll bU(l, .-llitih
it. Inz.ir.hal dieg a A a th t1l. i- of
ihL' e.A ith 1.Al e%' tih rt iuoom. whliih t:h-i,.s
d tli.tl it ad.r 111 h + l, in .' >lh th,-,>| a,1
tw h re t uinll rini th tl. grhom i l
Th- reini I? alinst h*K* f>-t : u~a~r


The Baird Hardware Company have
a change of advertisement in which
they are advertising the Ingersoll dol-
lar watch. Cases nickled or of gun
The magnificent Everett-Grand pi-
ano that was used by the Bible Con-
ference in the Talwrna'-le it for sa!'
at a bargain. Apply to A. R. Harl, r
'lano Co.. I, t,%tiaiti street Jack-on-
. lle. Fl"
Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds that
may develop into pneumonia oier
night are quickly cured by Foley's
Honey and Tar, and it soothes intlam
ed membranes, heals the lungs. and
expels the cold from the system. J.
W. McCollum & Co.
P. It. H. Dudley and daughter of
Jonesville were among the visitors to
the city yesterday. Mr. Dudley is one
of the oldest settlers of that section
of the county, and besides conduct ing
a large farm operates a mercantile
business at that point.
E. C. McLeod of Reddick arrived
in the city yesterday. He came up
for the purpose of beiag present at the
marriage of Miss Katie Mac Carter to
Mr. Luther M. Brinkley, which happy
event will occur this morning at the
Baptist church at 7:30 o'clock.
H. L. Edwards of Sawdust. Gads.
den county. was in the city yesterday
and made a pleasant call at this of-
fice. He contemplates removing to
Gaines ille in the near future, and hadp
his name enrolled as a subscriber to
The Sun in order to keep posted.
J. P. Henry of Hawthorn was among
the visitors to Gainesville yesterday
He took advantage of his presence in
the city to renew his subscription to
The 8ua and vote for one of Gaines
vlille's most charming young ladies in
the piano contest, who formerly re-
sided at liawthorn.
Dr. A. E. Cline. veterinary surgeon,
has opened offices at Crawford &
Davis' stables and solicits a share of
the public business. He is a graduate
of the Kansas Veterinary College and
Is here to practice his l rofe.ssion
Calls answered day or night. Hor.e
dentistry, cattle and dogs all receive
prompt atl |it'l inI
Foley Hiiney and Tar clearM the air
Ipasiage'r. i.tup- the' Irritation illn t
throat. noith,.- th i tn l aiiIii< li

ail .1 j~er-'aa oiii *.i-I~ r~txIIid 4 r.t tt Laiv ,a d thc iirn-t t i 1mate' i ig
~. I d'i.iiaj'jew.ar.*' 4, t. .1;-1 1,,1aIlwjit e iliiugp
~are- el~it ilt i :i ,i -iig*iithl-ioed aliI thte
Let a %azit ad. negotiate a trade 11~i~'~'' 'ii e*. I-%to-IllIt-
for you-.of something you don't nSd Ito.' llA li I. .1 Ill 111"i.' 'ml(
fur souwelthirig )uu(to) 14)% IIaLI4Aie J W ~. 1 l(tO.i & ('uC

Tbwe IAs Owly owe

SBromo Quinine"

Thme #a

Laxative Bromo Quinine

41ways xsawemimbr the lull u Lue l A
or this i naa us every v baus




im*l Frintur CL

Miss N. Nortol

Novelties, Books, StatlOiM
Souvenirs, Sheet Pictusr
and Picture Frames .. I

206 East Liberty Strl,



Breads, Cakes a'W

__-_Pies I

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Bake-ry. %so- tir, ,,,t~ A lit I-A *II"9V
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to So Filled With
no g Lift as the eod
fThings Come.

S is*. Wilslbeth Smith)

gr a gind clay at the
ll of good things wit-
I .kncrdewo, the people
le be led with new life as
ogfii iirarse in number.
who attended the 9:30 hour
8l- trgaet the wonderful dis-
Sthe by Dr. Wirt Lowther.
a was "The Second
Christ." He spoke of the
ll aecouat of some of the
m ts feeling that they were
WlVs the power to tell the exact
g i eoglang, and preparing for
8 et them seeing their plans and
c me to naught, had been
pet pti this gmt and
l-l artt prophecy in the wrong
ad mode It often a subject of
] m, If we were indeed looking
MiesMsag. the time of which only
Mlf knows, would we not be
-- s t lives? "If Christ Should
I bT How these words
to thrill our very soul and cause
VIMepqare (o meet Him with hearts
4000 Of all uncleanness. Dr.
~ i one of the finest speakers
sie hada, and even one who had
Ip ge"nl convictions could help but
Sheusted In his most wonderft!l
S a-Msting statements. Hle sa. s1
BMW hundred times in the Old
SO' M at and four hundred In the
. a e w rse these prophecies of
. t second coming.
:31 a. M. was the last of Dr.
ldu rs wonderful talks. They are-
a aad take hold of you and hold
g- Ia the close, slaves to her
foots and words that come pour-
tS beI r her lips. Her subject
oa 'l.Alcoholic Medicatives. Again
i m hio-ed with the I u:,ilm of
t M adhool as visitors, and again
ft poed that they were am well
t- I a body of children as one
-gM wish to see.
M-s. Namos gave her last very
Mulag talk under difficulties, as
X tI h sme time for the children to
it ltBed outside, but they were very
M about it, making one feel that
I* not have a general to marshal
sa Arees Her talk was on the
Thlss Cooker." and it was a most
0bsl one. She served some very
N* toewed prunes and a fruit pud-
69 that had been cooked in the
sir. We shall hope to see Mrs.
ka-m another day. as she Is most

At 3 p. Miss Ilna Walhrilge
mAO h er rst appearance and delight-
IU hearts with her wonderful
--l and readlings. Mis, Wal-
is1 a French Canadlian. with all
b pretty graces of the French. and
ir whstling is an imitation of the
i Ma bird, which iail,- one think
i was somewhere in her pretty
8:1 p. m. was the hour for the c.-l-
-- lecture. "The l'he of l'glin-s."
Sthat great lectur-r. Ih-Vitt MilI'r
At Ie did not u|il,.,*r I r. Ios ther
t to the side, door to lhsk for hinm.
Bi had him hhe-re- any .a n- lPSn O
--Wish to be that arrn> afternoon .
W-Ita the shade of an oak Hut he,
got to sork. and it uuld be'
5 4iitnit task to try to tell half of
o od anId lity thing, he' said.
Yb..who duut hear him nlia sclie'

At Sp. iiMice. Walleriljre- a.- A'! II
'""e" Us 5ith mmsie- uuore oft he~r
1e4doilShfaIs bit hu :e-ic,- alid readI
b S~ead fur a halti hour gi%-. hier
O046"c. a rar.- ire-at
At 6 I a, i li )lt 111 1 i ll

1M "." Thi. i ,. *.'41., j % :j .11 I, 1-.

6ON Tit,* ti.gi'ri
14 S If %II r5f Mill I~

ILL Atof&.


Scott's Emulsion
clothes the nerves and
muscles with warm fat,fills
the veins with rich blood.

It makes children rugged
and hardy and fearless of
the cold. It fills the whole
body with warmth and life
and energy.
Thin people sometimes
gain a pound a day while
taking it.

M Irua m Ai so ft A re nd a

Ing Things." Wirt Lowther, Dwight,
3:00 p. m.-Reading and whistling
solos, Miss Lena Walbridge.
3:30 p. m.-Lecture: "Character Build-
ing,'" Governor R. B. Glenn of North
53:00 p. m.-Biblical hour. Wirt Low-
ther. No admission fee.
7:30 p. mn.--Lecture: "The South and
Its Problems." Governor R. BI. Glenn
of North Carolina.
8:30 p. m.-Lecture: "Absolute Zero."
Prof. J. Ernest Woodland. Rochester.
N. Y. The greatest Chautauqua fea-
ture of recent years.
Note the change in the Biblical hour.


Mrs. Johnson Entertains in Honor of
Mrs. Woolley.
One of the most delightful events of
the season was a bridge party of six
tables given by Mrs. W. M. Johnson
In honor of Mrs. A. 8. Woolley of Sea
ford. IDel. Tuesday afternoon.
The prize was won by Mrs. W. M.
Dale and presented to the guest of
The out-of-town guests were Mrs.
Cannon and Mrs. Emory of Seaford,
Del.. Mrs. McNeils tf Norfolk. Va..
Mrs. Dodd Graham of Piedmont West
Virginia, and Mrs. Bergstrom of At-
lanta. Ga.
After partaking of a delicious salad
course the guests departed. indebted
to Mrs. Johnson for a delightful after-
noon. .
Many Sleepls Nights, Owing to a
Persistent Cough-Relief Found
at Last.
"For several winters past my wife
has been troubled with a most persist-
ent and disagreeable cough, which In-
variably extended over a period of sev-
eral weeks and caused her many sleep-
less nights." writes Will J. Hayner,
editor of The Burley (Col.) Bulletin.
"Various remedies were tried each
year. with no beneficial results. In
November last the cough again put in
an appearance and my wife. acting on
the suggestion of a friend, purchased
a bottle of Chamberlalon's Cough Reme-
dy. The result was, indeed, marvel-
ous. After three doses the cough en-
irely disappeared and has not mani-
fested itself since." This remedy is
for sale by all druggists.
Officer Was Disqualified.
Ik-putty lick Lo4.. charged l>th gambling near
i'araradts. but lit-ti tht. tca- aas call
.d fu r ntri;l ut. frr. Judi' Ma on. At
tourie> Fii. ldin g, acting for IA),. ask-
d t hi*- JudgeK to di~fni n the 'a e on
the grouii thi at I lcktFrfon was nut

legill> electe-d tou the politlotn 1of ')-
,,t Ml id. amI coiqi.""u ti II? h ol'ni .-,-
i11 ~ail I 5,'it" Jtig,.' M.*- l 1 ad-
joi4irit d th,. he. arig altd ha.- take the
t'l"t- u iile r alul .- lin i

Ask Yourself the Question.
\\hy not uris (C'hamnlbrlaiu Liint
I 11,'1 t % fit It )> 1.0\1 4-. 11-1111. 0 1. 111" W t
f ., I I I. th a.a th re.; It l 'I ll it
l,11 ,llt .iian -.. lt te, It ta.s ur''1
S,,thh; l t o u Tr> it It
,ut a i ll 'l i -"+ 4,4 I 's i
-.1 ". t, t. r F .r b l.' t') all Irug-

Th* awake person reads the want
ads. ev~ry day-and answers some al-
ilt) ,t .1 t i1




Stabbed Horses and Cows, Fired Bar"
andl Kous, Cut His Own Threat.
Formerly in Insane Asylum.

MONDOVI. WIs., Feb. 23.-Hans B.
Hanson. a farmer living near Strun.
cut the throats of his four children.
a boy and three girls, whose ages
range from 5 to 15 years, today, with
a butcher knife. He followed this
crime by stabbing several borses and
cows, firing the barn and house, and
then cutting his own throat
After killing his children, Hanson
went to the barn and stabbed several
horses, cows and pigs and killed a cat.
He then poured parts green In the bog
trough. Then having poured kerosene
about the house and barn and set fire
to the buildings. Hanson drew a sharp
knife across his own throat.
Hanson attended church yesterday
with his four children and nothing
was noticed in his action. He was
an Inmate of an asylum about twelve
years ago.


Two Martin Boys and George Powers
Brought to City Tuesday.
Sheriff P. G. Ramsey returned Tues-
day from Wilcox. where he went to re-
arrest the three young men who have
a serious charge hanging over them,
and who will have to stand a prelimi-
nary examination here before Judge
The warrant causing their arrest
was sworn out by Attorney J. M. Riv-
ers, at the instlgation of parties In
the West End, and the prosecuting at-
torney says he only desires that the
matter be thoroughly investigated be-
fore the men are allowed bail.
It is understood that arrangements
have been made for the hearing to
come before the Judge on next Thurs-
day. at which time a large delegation
of West End citizens will visit the
county seat. *

Save Money by Buying Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy.
You will pay Just as much for a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Reme-
dy as for any of the other cough medi-
cines, but you save money Int buying
It The saving Is what you get, ot
what you pay. The sure-to-curyou
quality is in every bottle of this reme-
dy, and you get good results when
you take it. Neglected colds often de-
velop serious conditions, and when
you buy a cough medicine you want
to be sure you are getting one that
will cure your cold. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy always cures. Price
25 and 50 cents a bottle. For sale by
all druggists.

Want More New Stock.
The Galnesvllle Band have already
received two new members, but they
are desirous of securing at least four
more who are willing to Join and take
an Interest In the matter. The new
members will all be add 2, which Is a second organization, hut
sho will participate with them In the
grand concerts which they propose giv-
ing later on.

Six Nights "Go as You Plase' Race.
How many tired fathers and moth-
ers in this town enter this race every

night carrying a baby? And they
wonder what the matter Is. Chances
are the child is starving worms are
eating all of its food Most children
have uorins-yours needn't. White's
Cream Vermnifuge will get rid of the
worms and strengthen the child Price
23 cents per bottle. Sold by W. M.
Services at Holy Trinity.
Tolu b,'ilig A.,h \V< dtn'.t. (th< r.
till .", t% i r vl, .i ,it li l i iii t
church at.1 fio dlln |.ta p ,,* atlilt
S1nl < 11T n alls lid l rin4) ("i r llsu l ,t.

Bun "Want" ads. bring results.


If you had poUi pro thtacertain h
nmale ills had made many ai mua rMd m
not feel like trying it?
If during the last thirty years we have not mccdu I
convincing every farmided woman that Lyda .
ham's Vegetable Compound has cured thoeimds and h
sands of women o the ils peculi to "Mr
long for an opportuni t do so by direct
Meanwhile read the wig etters which we g
to be genuine and truthfuL

ias"io 1 f141e .
p be

wase Me- -te weon w
Lyab B *l*"
advetgwemet fr tL -Mrs. CObm rnr. .
Ulbeura0 IW4
There is absolutely no doubt about the ability f
grand old remedy, made from the roots and hbes d
fields, to cure female diseases. We posee w1H11
proof of this fact, enough to convince the mot

per sO yws Lyla 3. PIakhSmMSVn 1 9S
Cop edhas beem the stamp *rd rsrny
fmlleo Nds .- W--- -e-ik _=M- -- d
herself wio l met try t
Made exldinvely k eafta s"d
has themmsad umto MI t trew &
Ar Plakram te I lte amn dk
ta wrihe.r Aor ais. ls mm JN
tbo-Aads to heali ft e M charg ASI
Address Mus. Plakhams, Lym. Ems.


It pays the farmer to plant only the bim Its S
question not of "how cheap," but of "how ged."
f t b I" I b M h bBF d k B dlJ |
Wease now booking orders for Pea and oeur asoMMbhaMa. We
will be glad to Md you prices en sequeL-


0 hbilub.L


A kwMu ilu, tCI.Mk alt Mink I

Steam Heat, Ga4 and Electric Lights. Central
located. Service Guaranteed.

W. U. NETEL. *Masu




I~ ,,.v,'r \ l: -:, ''. i '-t ,I to anyone, and to the unin-
P tirci it may mean los
Mti1 titter ruin. Don't al-


A. M. CUSHMAN, Ag:n :t,

11,iw yocuraielf to be among
t 114 te- rror--trickell, as the
14I'.iIl i1i hp rujMwrty is
e'e,\1i-IiV' -tiutid poll.
1c'Ie'- neved ~t'tr fear tha

f 't i e \i-tt le. It. f ou
il. lie ou)I will .

-Jvik no*

se tor not, as your doctor says
You could not rkIcA usb-:f hankr Iito asxk your doctor about

'Thousands (ii (amifies s lJikL cp it in tthe ?lvcu' 'MC. approval
of thcir phyasici:in and h'e c I''L %L d( rafYwri Ihave given
them Imi t mnhdewhe if) tii'.. Ci' ,Itlicelt h,:11._____

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7!~ W'J~~ W 5 J ~ ~ V W ~w ~y WW W - -

SWe Sewl

Si m tloave t e.

e --m-- ,wer m the podtiv gantem
3Bass3 M Qess the if it osenot give sat-
d- at bm e U fa we will retunr the
MM retire amount of mfey Pam
il3. .m m lees r s U sW ite
Twao. Mt-, We AO aR thmo wh we
Baenas se of iee-s s-am o -I amvoust debili-
__e mmdoW a Mod* w.-a- W .eekand
-M -I *A I a-- 0r8 l emi.
S. At b ft AN r i t cei-
a0* am nbeselbit oeA.

rwi eth tNNsWe

S W h or who wa

a" io Ae e ab ar mat arth. em a latYburator of
A k aft to -S itd.mde th otherat
w --ag-e to astOp "w g.-KbmSe Gasmette.

^*eamel Ho Wa .. l sbees ess -ed a a--t by
i lea Os Im at L o a -tien ...r. A fmd myr -aby s
Smes d m em athb a ear-eM o, wbeo was
Swblowalowd Mweeos mN by an elctric

d At ia ra. t, til a eMo today. A posuitve
"WI--MM t awe set faith, kmeas e aOmstrao f

amd 6, h ae lever sad d theall otver
ase 0adr ao the deceased.

.. .- Is ldotteHa s" W. M. Joha
0" Wa m HaMdeaee poeabrly caused by

s Me O M Ho HWirie .h AoadO lover pakt
|rt "obf t Pris -am stus: TrOth krkle causes mentaly

filft **son"psM es i a Wt. m etth orapde-t liver
Ma waeebeita ngI Ad You MarerHye Calld Kittle of
ha 7 wy hs mt oW Ie &a bttoay. A positive

*m s be l In a p *an. mee r- -- -- d Marns
S- it-m t v erdand liver
eeml. So"d Ow-W. M. Johu. s"

lmd Hm eMr Hestembm attemSeheem.

a n' awIn whe Vi J. walesMwM ladtest of Poey'sa IeMyI
1! O& -8 gasseatee oama-thylemetetrm nteo la
bl -I f-r a oftaoe eatlt. 4 authorities as a roleeM solvet
S11 a NM me ar g avor. d attolle fofor thh arl. Take
M4 ea am itb te e Mt Oe mets remt4Grade-Missy s isyoo

t M ta I.vetred.or yon rate au luy ero., and
Ine p d $ ..eeds. W"s- I- .thead. mi se

0 lM abaAdku wtat yl alKittl far
S of A of th OthWge W and ts Hnhly rlaed Wnh City.
gl oomI afA"-Mlra. M. a Jy. H. Scala. chler of the Perry
V MI-t-, A Ranklas Company. returned to his
kome yesterday after having spent the
es pas t few days here s the guest of

U | Ow wChas. A. rblrcloth of the GahlneavUle
Sral places of interest around the city.
0- pMAethe Dbe li efwh clb -e pronounced the best and
Soprt t town in the State. He is

highly elated with Gainesville and her
eene E9athreond.
I dB fkstOOl*Uftl a itets are so tasty they are
IIoasmed in great excess. This leads
-to stomach troubles, biliousness and
Sconstpation. Revive your diet, let
reason and not a pampered aplpetite
C control, then take a few domes of
Chamb.rlain'a Stomach and Liver
Tablets and you m ill on tbe well
OR8E again. Tr) It For ale at uall drug
gi, *tb. ample-, free.
-- AND--- More ffeective.
I athert .nt rllvi I f ,s ., >ma.rrie-

Sthatt Ndviiturre I shall cut hihn ff
almblute'y a li )ou (can tell him *.
LES- Ikgal Advrlsr I know a twiter plain
VEI) than that tell the girl Ezchanei:
" over. We suake HHiks' CAPUDINK Curei Sick Head
it the animal. ache
i stoCk. Also Nervous Ieadache. Tia,,,. l-
O liver H"adach and aitli, fruit Grip, St, p
erw ach Truubl,.l or Frutmal truublr-
I f0d Itfto Tr) Ca.udli,, z a li. qui.ld ,fftt. ,.
Imedlately would by drulagsta.

Thursday, Marcn 4.-Danay


The slstris Theatre.
New moving pictures every after-
noon and evening except Sunday.

Per City Marshal
To the Voters of the City of alone
I am a candidate for City Marshal.
for reelection o April 11. I have
rved the people faithfully and o -
elestly, alght and day, and my record
Is Gem foar i.peebom.
If my service during the put yer
has bees atefctoy I ask the sup.
art -d vote of each and *very c'.
m vho to qlade I I ouly
apremis thoe ameo serve .. I LAve
deaveord to give n the past.
YoTrs for order,

I take ths method of Informinga th
uble that I am a asddate for City
Marshal at the eleetlo to beho hld
April 1 IN*. I rampectftlly sollcit
the support of an voters. Irrespective
of party affllatom, and promie to
ftalthfuy sad Impartially discharge
the duties of the olce should I be
oeted. Resupoetfuny.

I respectally maouace myself a
candidate for the office of City Mar-
sal. to be voted for at the election
O April 13, 130t. If elected I will
ffthfully discharge the duties of the
eale without fear or favor. I re-
spectfully solclt the votes of all, Ir-
respective of party afiatlla.

aby Hands
Will got Into mischief-often It
means a burn or cut or scald. Apply
Ballard's Snow Llnment Just as soon
as the aeeideut happens, and the pain
will be relieved, while the wound will
heal uilekly and nacely. A sure cure
for sprains, rhaumnalm and all pains.
Price 5c, Me and 91.0 a .bottle. Sold
by W. ILM.Joohnsom.
Parso of Nat.
"I wish. Jobe." Md the adtor's wiae,
tat yeud try met to bso abaet-
load w he we are dral eot."
*fht What have I dom mwne
*Why. whom tha hostess asked yo
if ye'd have mme me ore pdtag yoeu
Pulsed that emwt to a tiemedIn
paoed to de -.*-Lainm lt-Bltsa

3im-Ame you weo't go with me
aWr-No; I don't ltIe your style. Him
-Pooh! Tou're as full of airs as a
sIt plane Her-Maybe. but I don't
go with a crank.-Cleveland Leader.


OGanesville People Should *Learn to
Detect the Appreash of Kidney
The symptoms of kidney trouble are
so unmistakable that they leave no
ground for doubt. Sick kidneys ex-
crete a thick, cloudy, offensive urine.,
full of sediment, irregular of passage
or attended by a Msenation of scalding
The back aches constantly, headacbhe
and diuy spells may occur and the viec
tim is ofteu weighed down by a feel-
lng of launguor and fatigue. Neglect
these warnings and there is danger of
dropsy. liright's DiLea.e. or dialbeth
Any one. of these .'lfniptom Is warn
Ing vuougih tu lt'goln treating the kid
inek at onc. lIhlay ufte'n |)ro'f
You can use no better rent.dy than
loan'ss Kiduey Pills. Htr.s' Gaines-
Vllhr pri et:
.M r> .luti.- lk1g '.*o,' .l.n huai ui <*
IU dalllt-v ill1" l''l. a.t.l lI 1-

Kidiiv) 1'111, AiiIIJ I AM 14Kld 1~ I a I-lit
i IIA&~t..h~d III) lt-t-d Of 4i kl II

a Jim 1 64l44" a&-Iia ~ t

l'~..l. -l

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i'.er~ 6) All dvall-g i
ii- oL'i. r Mlillairn C('. I II,~a
V t -i iLai .I aaj;1:itz f.)r 1 I .b 1

takv uMI Qtbet.


Now Salrd Theatre.

frequently suffer geat pain and misery dor
maa gof ltf. It is at this th that the bm"
effect of taking ardui I most appreated, by
who And that it relieve their distress. 1


SWill Help You

Um e. Tolnda 0. Hill, of Freeland, 0, .
"Before I began to ta m udvlu I suffered so
I was afridto liedown atnight After I bea
tak it I felt better in a week. Nowmy panim
gnme. I can sleep like a girl of 16 and the d



Bush & Safford The Gainesvile S



For ,

This Coupon may be east at The San office or at either of the ms i
nected with the contest. NOT GOOD AFTER FEBRUARY I,


The Lol Distamce Syst

One of the most valuable feature opera
of our serves, to our subscribers and' count
to the pubkc generally, is our connec- meant
tion with the extensive long distance a3tin
line of the American Telephone and Onl
Telegraph Company and the other as- arran
saciated Bell Telephone companies. phone
We own thousands of miles of long a Be
distance lines In the saven States in ask fc
which we operate and In addition can come
connect any telephone in our system in the
with lines extending to any other city Thi
in which a Sell Telephone system is ing t
operated., daily
These long distance IInes are of the pose
meet modern and improved construc- citiaze
tion and are maintained at a high plant
state of effceloncy. The Bell systems, great

ting In varleas su u851M1
ry, are uniform is eo r
and in their ameOle d
ly by reason of this
cement between te 1 1
o companlia is it Is lssIt l
II Telephone aimMi
ir "Long DistacenC d b1
unication with almee IN
o country.
s vast network o f 0*
throughout the ntiM I9
in commerce and f SjWq
by the banker, the tlOm I
as in all walks Of I d
here is an Impertaat I M i

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and Telegraph Ci

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Om('e at atlaeTville. Fla
Isil matter.

~.. ittoer and PubUsler

.. Sep. Composinm Rooms

4"0. 6. TL.aPMOWN g9
r, palud eqvWy mornsta a*
iNudW byr arIier Is the city. or
WBthe Iltedt 4 Stte*. potage
"* ixa"s lamothb: St.2atew
paNr sa" wek*-utrietly Ia

a sg etata columm iocents a Ui
madI t for -ech aditioal
ra oI sadventing made howas s

f e* a*eight pae. forty.
b. Mi ied every Mosday sad
ogn" a"d g enrrL asn will be
I soo, loesy prt tshe Caked
f er 0.6 a year-d adwso.
MNo bemme duea after ord
S1861=u -UMt,-0 uteerwime
40m4a"tL paim met kaowe to m
-gI" Is yfw dotaverUta s s d-


lutoM E musical festival In Jack-
April 19th and 20th. will
l gpstest musical event that
g', she. place in that city's
It narks the first appear-
rg, d f tamous New York 8ym-
Oehbestra, with Walter Dam-
S.mdcjdactor. and also the first
of the Jacksonville Choral
if oratorio.
l hlval will consist of four
emcerts, at which the New
flmphboy Orchestra and Walter
will be assisted by four
soloists. Mrs. Corinne Rider.
seprHao; Nevada von der Veer.
Red Miller. tenor, and Gustaf
basso, the final concert be-
m iadition of "The Creation." in
e* Jacksonville Choral Society.
of 250 trained voices,. will ap-

such an elaborate program it
that all seats will be sold
bet re the first concert. and for
aggsge The Sun advises its music-
liaders to make immediate ap-
to the Choral Society secre-
T, '. T. moree of Jacksonville.
ie- m OGainesville will be num-
In rotation as received and the
WWlss made In rotation.
Sdaldgle admission will be $2.
"I Is r the s eri.
I I ups ted that the railroads en-
ft Jeksoaville will make special
4s to Jacksonville for this event.
f OYvIt everyone an opportunity
d hlerttg the famous interpreter of
WWM'l master musicians, Walter


he Washlngton Herald says: "The
Srlortelect of Oeorgia has servd
ti that while re may think. ier-
Raly. certain features of the rruhibl-
,' 1 I' might wisely be changed. he
U m to the least y.llable of attemi*pt
*h Sge by the Legislature, and be-
S- he promised be would when
( election. 'Little Joe' appears
tI he sOmething of a Spartan. If he
b lt rated a beauty physically. '

ihe Norfolk Virginian-Pilit 'a.>
H the new enterpri,.e in pro-
lte1* Plorida is the formation of
~S @mpay-- r,.ad. the charter to

loril uudt-r th.' varth. to raie'
a'fo On03 the earth, and iprou,-
?~tfGP ill the waterpi surrtuiaiditig
*art th \~*hp.that the' wttee-k
yCOTixirat ioli wil he I u 1) utr I
Oid; that the rim to) %va lttil uill to..
'I "Ma the grotllIi of a miumohr, Milli.

to t I t fl~J l;1 l Iatui into J.I'it loi Iu
t hfIt Q' ceeiI III aiilil.1

160sa Bth*, Will \\ 4i.. %It

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Ofibi ~trfs it, If. .I i i
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T hat th h l i, il i til ,,.,, i t I- .1
l iIf Iloii~ tt.ilt f.i c tor in th, n;il te rill
'l- \* l# |l" I i, ll it !( the' 0 1ti,1'r is\ a gr. it
Itr h that ih ltI l,. l .m0l r.ti l bty |.1,0.o
ipl oumi-ide, of railroail ireile The0
iu'lffilig n igiine, that -.\I .'.1K at the ra;e'
of a mille' or nier.' a nimitite over tho
country ', a Ili\*' teo the' t'e, S .te. I
rall4- that Inure a n~i-eioth and -a.fe
road. and the,.e, railk in turn dee'i-nd ont
the old-fashioned Acsol, n cro..-t i'
wh lrh holds then In ijlace'
Yankee int- mention has not yet found
a substitute which ha.s Inducerd the-
railroads to give up wood. although
experts say that the day will sur.el.
come when the country fore.~s will
no longer be called upon to supply
the demand for tife. l'p to the pres-
ent time it seems that no other ma
terial has been found which has the
resiliency of wood and which at the
same time causes less wear and tear
on the rails, fastenings and roadbed.
The country's railroads during the
last two or three years used 110.000.-
000 to 1,.10J.0H00.M of sawed and hewn
ties a year. The Ideal tie timber is
white oak. which combines the quali-
ties of durability, hardness, strength,
and close grain. It Is not only ex-
cellent for ties. but is widely used in
ship building, for general construc-
tion, in cooperage, In the manufacture
of carriages, for agricultural imple-
ments, Interior finish of houses, and
for furniture. On account of this wide
use the supply has been greatly re-
duced and some of the railroads have
been forced to pay almost prohibitive
prices for ties, or to substitute other
and cheaper woods to replace the
white oak ties rapidly disappearing
trum their lines.
Over 40 per cent of the ties recent-
ly pu chased by the railroads of the
country are oak, according to latest
statistics of the United States Forest
Service. Cross-ties of Southern pine
formed somewhat lo s than 2. per
cent. Douglas fir ties ranked third,
with approximately 10 per cent of the
total. Naturally the proportion of
these two timbers will increase as the
supply of oak dwindles. This is also
true of cedar. chestnut. cypress. West-
ern pine. tamarack, hemlock, and
other trees which are coming into the
market as tie timbers.
Cedar. which is very durable, has
been extensively used to take the
place of white oak for ties, but It is
so soft that it is readily cut by the
rails. This necessitates the use of tie
plates and other protective devices
when cedar ties are used. As the sup-
ply of cedar Is also running short It
is necessary for the railroads to seek
further for new tie timber. One of
the woods which has all the requisites
of a good tie, with the exception of
durability, Is the beech.
A beech tie generally consists large-
ly of sapwood, which partly accounts
for its lack of durability, but, on the
other hand. allows a thorough and
easy preservative treatment. In
Germany and France beech ties have
been successfully preserved from de-
cay and are used very extensively.
Leech is found widely distributed
throughout the eastern part of the
l'nited States, and at the present time
is comparatively cheap and abiftidant
If. therefore, the railroads whose
lines are located in the regions where
beech is abundant can make use of
this wood. treated with sonme suitable
preservative, another source of sup-
ply of tie timber will bew ope'rned up.
Stunaiage alue, haie been Increan-
ingK so rapidly durijig the last few
\earte that naly rsllroadth ha. *found
it nece s4ary to modify their tintte'r

policy. and they yearly aplly lpre
senratie'.- tto a gre-ai r inutit~r of tie-s
and to tvmor, kilndI of wood Sulbti-
tute w d(i- ntiaturall larsn ith differ-
.'lit 'c# 1tio" iof It,.- co(. iir). but itI

Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
as mter(ury will surely destroy the
.-..< -e ouf --.11' and (co' ile.t' ly d,.r.u Kge
the w' ho .l'- t % t* i n he'tn e t-ring it
ttiiomutghi t .he uiu i u,,u irface. Sue I h
articl s shlir uld it. vr t,. ui-el ex -l.It
et, p nc( ri.p'Il !i riu i r. iu'.tl! -1
4 l iii -, a ti c +," ', ., C t ., % % ll ,1 -1 1 .,
(. 14, 4 U1, *u & 1 l
1t, fe,, e I ,ni I ;,d i alu l C rt' rh

Y j
S ,i' 3 a a 1 I I *1 ( 1 '' I >
tic, *! ,i ,,1 I I ,i, lit,

I I + '; d i I c! tr | 1 .' ,* -

., It 1 rk. ; .,+1

It, I' t i.-
1 ., l:.i.-. tI -S;.: I' t.. r t

jIl i 1. t li.< k the ?woi e'-.entil
' i t .i foii al n h htth f Ak. ll n ell.
'r- -ltf t,' *m t) ,iecrhaniranl nare and to
il* x. 1 te i (v e, iro ,.- that v eiar
caii h.. .ii, -'..fillv re'tardledl by the
11'' of t, pilant.A nil other nmerhaical
I|\h I.,". and d-.ca( tho the' application of pro-I'r pre..erva-
ftie, The. new conditions hsep made
it nt'e..tsary for many railroad compa-
liii*- to meet the- problem of preserva-
tilln b.% e.tablishing treating plants
at central points of distribution along
I heir lines.


The National Tariff Commission met
in Indianapoiii last week and passed
resolutions asking Congress to call to
Its assistance experts to help In the
solution of the tariff problem.
It is true that our tariff laws here-
tofore represented to an astonishing
degree a combination of ignorance and
pressure of special interests duly bene-
fited. but If the tariff Is reduced this
time It certainly will be no act of Ig-
norance or surrender to special Inter-
ests. A perfect reform, or one next to
it, cannot be expected, but to call In
experts now, when Congress Is ready
to act, would only mean delay, and ft
is already hinted that the Indianapolis
convention was called for this very
Then. what can be expected of
tariff experts, anyway? Experts are
usually like doctors-they mostly
agree to disagree. It is too well known
how even scientific men. when called
as experts In Important law cases.,
only too often disagree as widely as
The country expects Congress to re-
vise the tariff, and the party In con-
trol is pledged to it; so let the ex-
perts alone. Their calling In will only
lead to a postponement of tariff re-
form and keep up the uncertainties
under which the country suffers Just
now. and which prevent the much-
desired business recovery.

Foley's Orino Laxative cures consti-
pation and liver trouble and makes
the bowels healthy and regular. Orino
la superior to pills and tablets as It
does not gripe or nauseate. Why take
saything else? J. W. McCollum & Co.

Ia the COret Court. laktbh Judieial Cireuit
Alarbhs Coumty. M -orls.-Is Clhaery -
ULale M. ram vs. Pter J va---BUI
tfr 1wsore. Order of Pubentios.
It apparel Sy ImSavit sp edme to the
m I Ml la the above asted ea theat the
redeave of Peter J. vas. the defelass"
theresl s A sd tnasowa. as taes there his
so rem I thM Stato tmohe un e et ab-
poeasuw whem wowld Md alO defeaoaat.
S et over we ofae .weaOe
pearo It i kUmsag dered hsnt ms 2s-
reMdm deferea bead Is bo i -re-
qired to apear to the of Co led
to mi *am ase or before MeNday. the fth day
of ApriL AA D. eMtiherwin tha le,--1am
ofmldlwnbemue asesslamed biy said
it Is ther ordered at th l order be pub
imd eaoe ao week for att eoosecuUve
weeks to I e GatoieTle Sus. a naewpamor
pube mA to Mi ematir ad State.
This hea-ru0t11. noa
RrS. CREVE. c.
( I1 I.L. WIK10116. Clrk Crealt Courn
EL A. TlRAS 4u. Seftr. for Comi's.

Founded I&iSM Incorp't'd 190A

B. R. ('Colon, President
J. W. Blanlinrg, Vice-President
R. C. Bo.er., mec.-Tresa.

This comalany hais ervled tlwe people
of Alachumt county for nearly a quar-
ter of a century in connec-tion with


It. ALL 1.w-mIto.

aftA LL awOvfTouS
Fi tffa I lefl pBlpacieElA& EOl

fe and


It cotainsNot m actofmda
adults dofY617wj uls~dy of I pmam&

lead Thb h rakTom
Em mILw.IL #Reh ow Kinwi-s
dek for IBuMs t

3ALLAWnSow L*5

W. M. JO SOi

Tampa & Jack onville Ra


Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo.
eal points South.... ..................0. 1010
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:1
Leave Gaineuville for Sampson City, Palat, *
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:W
Returning, arrive Gainesville ..00 ............. :

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WASIU sTgoU UCos ad K


Tickets on sale February 28th, March 1, 4
and 3rd, final limit to reach original startinW p"
not later than midnight March 10th.
For further information, tervatloms, etc., call on ainw hll
Aget, or write
A. W. FRITOT, Divisio Pamaper AaWt, Jacksmyvll, us.
W. J.CRAIG,. T. C. WM]T,
Pasuenger Trac Mae, Genel Pmr. Agest,
amlagtoe, V. C.


Air Line Railway
14. Ilust Wirfte, 1lamLsire Wiiams sd wL C. Ce.mas. Duig


.'.AI .AIlI FIL(111 iR .\ IIMITEI),
s \ \i1:!' h'l.lAlil .\ FAST .'MAIL
T.ill SEAlW.Alti) FA I)I iluI I.IMlITED-Solld Pullman Vests-
b.!t .14111 1 t -'1. ., i ( it Cu'ar. ()ObsrVallon Car aa
I' :lain ,1 l.1,11 1 i, Ci uit. l St Augustine; P ll
4',1. I a I ... i ,.' ni J, .-r ay City a Ii
i,! t 1 r i ', 1 M1: ,: ,1 I., a* e St AugviatiOe
1. I, ij p 11 ,d 1 .J u 1 i i'. *' e t Sunday.
For full Information and se'*e ,. res eevtion6 "all Os
any Agent Seaboard. or write S C B, Yl STON, Jr., Aaeletae
General Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Florid&.

anel an- fully preirplml to gice c,,m-
plete information touching your title'.
completeete Met of ooks iwtemtl daily.

Stw for s FFr IksB t

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toAdvest ewbuebse.

Pehas" obarebee.
Ir s ualure -lol.
Oft ami 060N plat.
Ow Wedy newqawser.

Three ac km pleat.
Throe raUwagasmens..
WWbesevolsmt e14,e
T"e "ASCmW -bre.
Twiutee Suaday cheels.
Tw0 veteriftary suargeo"s.
Ose Prsebyt~rla achreb.
14m c~gar amanutactorWes
ftwrn ed estate ebearle.
Vehateer Ar* dopatnesL
beerel hber compamls.
TfeMON"this churches.
A bopam rgmalaates.
Two merg P~iaure hoOws.
pled" Vbter Chastauqua.-

- -l.A.Ak 9% f, fhdhat gkA LM f gh s f -l

~, Two fotr~wm metin
fto bo br..red
Two -Uwe,,si swes
Oft crafted and besew t sry.
one*,ke' Club freaditsroom.
Aglc0 a 3pstue StatIOn.
R;;iaWbturW bl oaferenee.
rive dnmklug setablisbhl@3ts.
S eenl ome dd Fellows' Urn.karlu..
Threeundiertaking gests blusbmests.
Fft'Khm e mfergseystma. $179.000.
Two of *bea 1hotls, IN thein.
the tNow.
a" Two wholesale greain OWfeed
vis- u~srs.
-" wholesale gpoeu7establish-
4 wow "tW hat b.adUe Gainesville
boble Is aumta"
MW; Ah hvierswat buagsoe Sth eSae
ma""tod o" whm soen~

Ols men~r v-lu-
I ft a aere mseof PSVW d se tansd
Morl pai lesdewalk.tsamanyother
rem tewo In the laterler of the SNO&e
Nog As mkM ovemrt house bulkof brikk
adI m- bsindrol a"setre-IMm
soe ban^ ,lower hois shrubblery.
MIS C I -10=-- w~ mrsaina
W of so W" t aS"S anwa S

just D)&A.UI L OM16

aIO~MW at lawsor4 a & WIs t&
al -4 amd IsgM reesiveprompt at.


Inm Phontse 516 Alm Leftg Dlein


Olemss InGrsas mDmldlmg. Ove
Osmuders & hrWs sam. Phase


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010Nh" ip prdogupw, (imp
md lmaw. sftd hmo
*P ,i CIEtg.er ow ask. 3an&
And&I Sleer in ESIS,
Rowes alo"$ e, emveameang "Ad ew
seeS Preeslee.All busimess-pu a-
Gomew6.d e.Omseamomsdoorm


Practice in

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ourts, State and

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omom INmoomo
0=w THU GUN aSqm
33o .Tee ee..owe.3

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In Which a Resident of Alachua County Wa

he Awarded a Beautiful Heward Piano, and 11

Cerdcats Valued at $3,150.0 Furnished

The Bush &Safrd Piano Co., Sole Repe

sentatives f The R. 8. Howard Co. of Miai,

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN E

Behalf of Bush & Safford.

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One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the pera
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the hig
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p..a

April15th, 1909

Additional Gifts
In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Cj
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 will
given in this voting cont ft as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To l sls be ie eh fthIsMe tie.m w i r.......iS "
To as WMi uk asmers lNOW.ta he.s Wuan *foue r...... S... I
To uft x a rusMBuOatdM hnW wsaad fhr....... W1r
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anyoN
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the peS
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects theft'
to will be given each of those tieing.__ _

How and Where to Get

The following merchants will give one vote
tor every cent paid into their establisheienti for
goods which they handle:
The Gainesevlle Hardware Co.
Phifer Br .
Hyde & Teomh.
Where lutes May B Cest
Ballot boxes will be found In the establls-h.
ments of the merchants giving votes and at The
Sun oAce. Votes sent by mail must be* Jdircted
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun.
Galoesville. Florida.

$1.25-Three months' subsc
$2.50-Six months' subecriI
$5.00-One year's subscript
For a club of five one-year s


Rules and Regulatio
1. The contest is open to anyone M7C S
Alachua county who is known by the c
of the contest or vouched for by snams rep
person, to them well known.
2. No employee. attached or relative of tle~
prietors of the above-named firms are e*W *
participate u, this contest, and will participS
no manner.
3. In the event of a misunderstandings b
candidates or others interested In this COO"
such controversy may be referred to he
ductors of COltte4t. who alotie are the 1*
qualified to render decloai. '
4. In the event a candidate decide toW
draw from the race. such candidate will i
allowed to transfer votes to the credit Of -
candidate in the coteat.

uid beuttcnif rs *'
ription .... ........... .... 400 votes 5
ption................. . 1,000 votes 1,
ion .............. .... . 3.000 votes 3.500 w l
ubacrintions befores Anril 1. 1903. 25.000 votes 30,000 oW

For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1).. .25,000 votes

30.000 IM4

'I'luere is ino liiw'it to the lumoui.tr of (,1jI u juit,.-t lit IjI.LV stYcur'e.

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

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

'r vi !. i i 11) limit 41t In- it nulm) r (if clull' -;iflt -I i colc-n t Ii ir _ct

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

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6f PITT.
r III t-

E m. Mmnners-Sut"
SWIndnnr dealer
hilm that a
tok -on .
Iitpuelnrt t SI e

1 W tI but the agn
Asasthe bUtlet
Sthe- bishop a p-an
payr and went out.
v woMld not be de-
UKt n OG*rM III.
m ,-y rsaId he.
Stat you're Arch-
L...rebhhbiop of
y w et--*cctt Eh.O
Werd .lowt lo token of
sold blq m.le*ty.
Eity-- *all their hate
Stm. Good night."
Iptt pMpMrpd at Wind-
Cr hib majesty that
I L d died the day be-
Ed od "the bishop of
fl a., for the vacant
B ry sorry. Indeed.
~'1 "but I offered It to
4 (orwlch ljst ,ii.t. and
Imt brWek n1y w,-rd."
lang. but the deed
Sn meat bIt ith'U
""tonl be --'nic
i W.ufrts-Sttrt o erntul
McDona;h i t hnm-

ftirlble Itching.
d salt rheubm keep
i sIperpetual torment.
l of Chamberlaln's
allay this Itching.
s have been cured by
ail by all druggists.
kIsa Were a CGrs.
It Wet ro.il: >s *r.' t,"
t fr sbconis 'lu-' ktl, ,wl
ray. d ttil'C k:;e himi
to everythi'in not
i. fHere he w.s a full-
SIttmenet oI u cl:.s rc -
met Is a gas," discr ur-
Instructor and was
Mows to his military
says himself. If
ase a gas he might
majr general. But the
PeMewa Lagrippe.
ai follows lagrippe
CM Mae of Foley's
INr lagrippe coughs
aMd. Reuse any but
b the yellow package.
& Co.
An| TutdEr W.."h .*-d
a lk are ery.v I.,.tr i:.
khl tbe tln:a that llvo
t course of t:. ex
over many years.
Sa cae of wanton
& regard to wild 'r
st. whose work no of
p m the hamuts of men.
wtth the birdst.
b mr frendly than
e I sure to appear,
th place. Cornhill

> Headache and nerv-
T Hicks' Capudlne
Sft you for business.
the nerves.

6ChidfI Greting.
i I ar1. old naui' 11,w are
h aIf iour cI.jI*.. adl at;
^ *B rml.ioi.,itj (;e. 0



Terrible Red Patches on Face and
Arms Made Victim Ashamed to be
Seen Suffered Intensely for Ten
Months- Expert Treatment Gave
No Relief- Two Sets of the


'Ab'i t two rV r.r H I r rt.-rts."
7ern a nil -jr t i .i. i :. i:t
w-ti .l' w Mratlh mnvo-i .. : .... My
face% an1 arm'W wt.e f.v. .V nl oi; latr.g
r de 'holt< .Wh 1e tiat I %at a.}I.;.ro I to.
o Iout. I was advie '-m l t tI, I **co
who wo a a tlailt li tkin tu;-.a-4.P.
but I ivq'lw vPrv little- rfl-4. I trid
vry known remr y. with the mamrr
rsulto. I thought I would nt-vr get
btwtt until a friendd it min- t-old me to
try the rutkicrs flmnemeds. ., I tried
them a the last r.woanrre and I am v.y
gled that I did. fno after four or five
appt Ins t C o f iwijr Ointmerwnt I was
rw lved of my iint.arahl- itching. I
1 two Ia i4 thI ('itkura Klerilvidw1
(Alnp. Ointnwnt *nd Pill). and 1 am
Senmpletely ieared. I always re- mend Cuticura to any one that i isurf-
ferini and in ever cva.- it '.n.-nt. to cure.
Mius Bartara Kral. r, MIt. Pleasant
Ave.. Highlandtown., Md., Jan. 9. '08."

Fretful Babies
Sfflering from Skin Humnors,
Soothed to Sleep by
A warm bath with C(ticura Rarp 1ad1
Sglentle anointing with Cutie ment. purept and
sweetext of em,-lli-
y ents. afford immediate
..relie in the t d-at
T y trepssing frmvs of itch-
-y/ ) in,ur. ning. c"ly and
"-.- i crusted hum' r ece-
mas. rashe. inflamma-
tions. irritations and
chafinn of infancy and
T )" 7\ bhildhwood. permit rest
( h and slep and point to
Saspeedy cure when all
other remedies fail. Guaranteed ahao-
lutely pure and may be used from the
hour of birth.
fuewn nap (!.. MweOt)MtMel (0r ). Rewa
(&O) sod Cous tc (tnted Plus e(r 2. r esMoa
hrueq t Ihe worid Potter trut & ('1m. CObp.
alm TI .1337 C(luM&W. M A w M .tfoib
Ar-Mhies. Cvatem teko 5ba DekagsI.

Time to Go.
"I wonder how many of tbose con
meeted with newspapers." said a re-
porter. "remember the famous di-
pat(bh ent by a press telegraph oper-
ator at the time of the San Francisco
earthquake. It was the only smile
raiser in the whole horrible catas
tropbe. It read something like this:
'The building Is beginning to rock,
bricks are falling about, and It's me
for the simple life.' Then it trailed
off as if the operator had scooted for
the open door. or wall. perhaps. This
dispatch was handed about the new-
paper offices and made all the boy.r'
laugh In upite of the serious picture I*
called to mird.-hbiladelph!a Ledger.

Worn Out.
That's the way you feel about the
lungs when you have a backing cough.
It's foolishness to let It go on and
trust to luck to get over it, when Bal-
lard'. Horehound Syrup will stop the
coauh and heal the luns. Price I25c.
60c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by W.
M. Johunson.
Secure a tenant for that vacant
room through a classlfed ad. In
The aun.


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MhuYsa ahat I hat'n -in
W2S06tO bat.fuor tmen i..
65 P-ow'og mrn r. ums-~r-
iP Ui Mts ak- -11~r~ile-it
bUStI'ti Jli.'. r, is..tth'e

*f bnglast", fjl1uut "n'
U Daof l5011 ff .1 is &
WUflteaa germs ar5!
jm~5is wY to 'joe~r.-iii.o- the
B hegonl* atil t I OU I LY
Mgat end lur in
I ophe criliele Co.

Qfttsand $00





Had TI-oem Twsed.
110" Lo. ,' *'o-' rol-nl thm'eutri of mIi
iir l .t~ .ws..%% lich A %4-A'v York
11-4 ? Itool fle 11w Lit 411i1 4iiunrul
te- i "lerl-M hor ti, '.wt
tI ~eii 14 zirr;' AojotI ,t ier Iil-'imo n-0o
I le' o.~ dI It vt i a Ilore tw~titotisbor I y
N uo 'i-u--h h e boelsha redt her e'.i r
m N-r %-:, v wnv 'e Intzndliv tile
n4-* klinoe to tier trilQ'14. the tlride'r R:141
"I.' iizil1Ifo'tiid It. 1We. al ioIrs
tI'.Il1lmt tlo'v were real."-New Yo#rk


TMe lbi YuTNave Always qit
Ser th i1m


Tuner and Rebuil

Estimate Furnislel Pt.-uptlj a
Work Guaranteed.
References: Addwrf
LMle lelu & Bates GA IN FV
Abranms-Hill Co. FLA.





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To become identified with thjja lank. Your financial
matters require the Cared, Cein0n8in attention which
thief hank's officers4 give to its CUstomeri. Your busi-
114's-A Will 1be imtlflge(1 CSU1Y*b Ed W suaiist u~

W.1.Til PM.~, 'n.ide.t.F.. 1). TU'RNER, la-Lier.

Phoe 7V-4. II Ocesin street JACKSO?(VILL& PWSIL)A
We carry at JacksoevU~e a large aird cc mw'it tO 0kOf etP*Mlb!O arniSaUma'
Wowi- wcarkangMeoh~ory; an kaM
ofS a WS. Ddw modaminil*spoon
W* bae smmmaulioumme"ome
tso s5eawumswes awo "emof
the a*rfttof ~ rsoft It
you to rot ur PNIC3L4 md=
bafonbrbe by.
9A--, ~We ar@ 'o*T"seu'-i
for 'ARUMAa
________SSNA T Im WWS






tire. Life and Accident "."

The FqbYsr Visibe

Write P UW Usa&
Uaebhuk 44

2"W"W aqm f




P.-tul J,.g-m 4 iu.rtl ..-.- $5.00
L.ctis' 6 4 ,iuarts .... 5.00
Hunter, 4 uart....--.--- 5.00
Harpecr, 4 uarts....-------. 500
I t.. Spring, 4 qiuartr .- 5.00
Cascade Tcnessce, 4 ts 5.00
bitrl.ar t club, 4 tquartz-- 2.75
St.croJ.an Llub, 6 ejiarta--- 4-00
Shcrid.an tlu'. !-' 1u,,rt-..- .O00



Blum's Old Reserve
Tennsce- C'orii, 4 quarter ..$4.00
i'ure Whi'tet (orn., 4 quarts. 3.00
|lA.-k alu(d il lu"- Corn. 4 *,t 3.00
I iirt st (' ,ri 4 l.aut l V.,li, I rin, 4 il,- 3.50


Per Gal
Nrthi Car.hna Cr .----.....2.25
Mountain ll1-w ........ 2.50
.Iuniam Icw, 011......------- 3.00
llar vs-t ( ---------.. ...--- 3.50
S.,url V.l y o .......-------- 3.50


517-519 W. Bay St.

a JackbomIft, Florida


Exprese Paid Per Gal.
Sunny i~rtok. 9 yc;Af% oil11 --"
(AIIAN-i1 l'Ure i( --- 4.20
LV "c .i (3' ilu, H .C. -.. 0
I* it I 'I timu, licourb.ia -3.30
N% I l- \ I t-mrii.ur. a- 3.30
1 1 1 &,t Il-, .-la j 3.300
(ic-a n rIt oo ~ 3.50
Nh Gule ~V It3.00
C.A Ia wlj Ii \1I3.00

t' F. T~MA



10iPLUENTI% romoviv,
ana i1Wnoi rK.4 ..

EV Soooarsw saire..
a'veIMU~. abbC160'i4-b, 604.4"dbbstoit
abi Has. KalSoar.jore.ropv, eret

GelmeeVille. Meria.


Cove"s the south tm Brooks-
vil'e; east kt Oasis ad em-
yond; wret to 8awanasm Ri-
ver; north to Alclana. High
and Worthintm 8prinam,
Ondar Key, and all intermed-
Kemp and Answer
for OwPriW.

Thu L0mU ht

Merchant & Oo.

slam and obsm ft

Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Oral, Gsrd.t seeda ad ?ortfltae
Highestmarket Pries pei4 feeClor"Ikeme, tpead e~ Psuim
A complov mooek a l ni. Cora. OatsFlow. km& U48L. ~m
NidMNW mftd lieamWe handl ewmly te Vwv Mo st od
at Lowest MPr&ia"s. m uff'sme 490"aS





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-- --- -- -- --- ------. -- ----~ _L lh-



uGrape Crean of Tatar.



mm mme and What Is Ge

SIImo ef the City.

90110 CeNee.
^ tUest at Rutherford's

- of the latest tonight
01llMti0m paid to ladles'
I "d Restaurant.
gNimery and C. E. Melton
0wmre visitors to the city

I and wife left yester-
B*-my. where they will
at several days.
M0 Tolc is guaranteed to
L er, colds and lagrippe.
soM by W. M. Johnson.
ElU ofm music for only $1
S week-nothing at this
1- i*ala. Miller & Vidal.




Oued to keep good
Whfe year. Nickel-
l4i8LGun Metal cases .

-tbi model. An x-
do@pioce. (uil
SGold anli Nickel-
ON". 82.36. All
fmdw to givv atifac-

l ad Retail.




Dorsey's Delight Coffee.
Cedar Key oysters, day and night, Granl
at Rutherford's Restaurant. Penesol
Glad to announce some splendid pic- No. 20,
tures for this evening at Electric vidt toni
Theatre. All n
J. B. Padgett and G. A. Beach left be prewi
yesterday for a business trip to Jack- at 7:30 o
sonvllle Knightq
For excellent motion pictures look to unit"
out for Wednesday night at the Elec- A ter
trick Theatre. and it i
Japonicas. Palms. Ferns and Shrub- pleGant
bery; Pecan and Fruit Trees in va-
riety. H. 8. Graves. 'phone 179. Dorae
W. J. Eipperson of Bronson was iii The I
the city .est,,rday. lie was en route day nigl
to Tampia to take in the sights of the pleasing
State Fair. Miss
Calpt. H C. Parker of LaCrosse ua. among t
in the city yesterday. lie states that here shh
the farmers are happy over the fine Chick*
season they are now having. Fischer
S. J. Dempsey left yesterday for Crown (
Tampa. where he goes on a husines> Pianos f
and pleasure trip combined. Hlie will Mi:-. S
be absent the. remainder of the week in the (
Attention is directed to the change the nex
of advertisement of Saunders & Earle. ht r fr t i
which appears elsewhere. This firm iD. TI
has something of special Interest to coatpani
say in their space. daughter
Cabbage crates; sawn slats; two- among t
piece heads-manufacture our usual day.
standard of excellence. Ask our lo- Mrs. A
cal growers. Let us bock your order. in the (
Melton Lumber Co., Micanopy, Fla. route to
The new "Educational Fund Policy' she will
issued by the Old Mutual Life Insur days.
ance Co. of New York is the most J. G. L
unique proposition ever issued at a of Hagu
minimum cost. Consult R. E. Lartigue, He repo
the company's representative, his sect
By stopping with us, you will be all hard
saved the annoyance of having to get C. A.
acquainted with a new manager every fellow li
time you come; the same proprietors to be pi
for the past nine years extend the Interstat
glad hand to you at the Brown House. the meti
F. D. Warner left yesterday for Five-r
Jacksonville. He goes to be present adjoinini
at the meeting of the Interstate Com- by W. L
meree Commission. which convenes tric ltgb
in that city today. Many more of modern
the vegetable shippers of this section H. H. li
will go over this morning. Protec
The milliner you ought to have can estate w
realize your ideas about what you clally fo
ought to wear so completely that you Mutual
will be encouraged to try and have New To
your personality and your hats stop the coml
fighting See the correct styles at The
our opening. Mrs. F T. McCormick. of things
Ing. alw
The Health of Your Horse healthier
will be best promoted best pre- o. (if o,
se-rve-d if ).ou are ready tV g'', th?.,' 1,trav,,
pro. i,'r reniedy at tlie Ir,,I', r line
Thie. i rl,.r re'i edv for all .train.'. t('oIIi
-ri,:l!i r (c)lh i Pi'.rry I)av k Pain- A. 8.
killilr Th," i.r,,;. r timne" to Ul- it I. day for
l 'i tie- trill!.l- flr-t .hio r l.l d-r
it. .: .lpt all,| f ,'ll n I tt olil a ," h lent for
th1. I ,r suff. r.,..,. but ,ou'll .-I .a' e* 'fr a(CI
*< r If Irontilti alnd(i x.| -i I ;i' ,i itii1 .n
.o !.li? a ll i *' ; .lt i Y-'eil lul i 1. 1 ,' l n it,.
t lii ; a it l itlv r,'aly 'Thl"' '-11'
I,.. I', *. *ir,' i r ,dil0 i t r o- A lb l r t

Albright and
Tampa. where

son left yebter-
they will tw ab-

the next few days. They
,coupanied by (leo. Faulkeun-
d itfe of Virginia, wsto are
v .' h "hi r ii all'm 1 illi,' 3:

Slltriklad %as am nmiK th".


The Gainesville National Bank

Condensed fr(m Report to the Cmptroller at the
Close of Business Friday, Feb. 65th, 1909



(i; \m'rin'r (;:,i, 1i i;ia ll t. l t) ,I.
tI ri hi'b* tur ( on "The Southi: It-
I' --lt iliti, ;:iiild 'r ,l. 1;.' ;at "7 ;' to
niirl t I t tie. 4 'lCh talt ai.' anll I'roi.
\V'i ldland 11 ill follow hilln itll hli ei,'
tuire- i "Ah-oleI Zero) "
In tihe aft.rin (;lhinn jspeaks'' in ('ha.an tr Ituitl. -
'r ils ai rarr n in E ',ni t hli.- h I n '11 Ii <(1'
by the Chli italieilla l :tia. .' r- itl I ,.r
th-t the' lbuiniles%-s men f thli rcit il.ua
ha~ tho oi|lertunity to hear (;ov.
t(;I :lin' great i. t( ure

i- and l""("Ounts .... .. . .... ** *$3201409 83

ted State* WBod-A and Plrenium-a ...... 1' 1. 9I"so7r) 98

I a'll Sight EXI:Xelinlgt'. .. ... .. I 3 ,44 53

Total . ... .. .. .. .... .. .. *** S* U 4,53 52

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

Total ............................ .4"., 1 2
1, C. A. Fairrloth, Cuhiber of the ahove-named hek, do
swear that the alove statement is tre to the be4t of my kawtis a
silocriled and sworn to before me Utis the 9th day ot Febr 1, .
W. H. ANDEhtTON, Jr., Notary Pbwe.
Correct-Attest: M. H. DePas, W. R. tckest, T. W. Sad, pbatMs,



CI.ansnllor J. .Enuimtt Wolfe of
a will pay M1ount Vernon l, idgp
Knight of l'Ptliiau, an otticial
nbers are uarently requestel to
at at the lodge-room promptly
,'clnek tl is evenihr, andi visiting
are extended a cordial invitation
,ith them upon this occasion.
Ilting spread Ihat lren piepawed,
need, lto add thit tle visit of
1 ancellor Wolfe will prove most

y's Delight Ceffee.
moving pictures for Wednes-
hit at Electric Theatre will be
to all.
Nellie Reaves of Micanopy is
he visitors to the city. While
e is the guest of Mrs. Davies.
ring. Knabe. Mathushek.
and Ivers & Pond Pianos and
Organs for sale by W. L. Hill.
for rent or exchange.
Carrie Miller of Ocala arrived
city yesterday and will spend
t several days here visiting
:nd. Miss Myra McMillan.
iho. McLeod of Newberry. ac-
ed by his interesting little
r, Miss Marguerite, were
he visitors to the city yester-

A. G. Leverit of Micanopy was
city yesterday. She was en
Worthington Springs, where
I visit for the next several

Dampier, county commlssioea'
e. was In the city yesterday.
)rts everything very quiet In
ion and says the people are
at work.
Colclough and J. D. String-
eft yesterday for Jacksonville
resent at the meeting of the
te Commerce Commission in
ropolls today.
oom cottage to rent on block
g square. formerly occupied
, LeGrande; city water, elee-
ts, sewerage. bath. and all
convemences. Apply to Mrs.
IcCreary or Sun office.
t instalment pur gases of real
rith a contract Issued espe-
Dr that purpose by the Old
Life Insurance Company of
rk. Consult R. E. Lartigue,
pany's local representative.
ailliner's work in the scheme
Sis undisputable work-mak-
a). for the promotion of a
sr elf-respect among women.
ur correctly dressed hats will
* the |iliut. .Mr. F. T. Me-


5 c.

l lasertona. but as advertise
met take for less teaUs I ats. sif
words make a ite; ao racUtioal Use.
every word over each i sx couU tn as
an addituural lie. CAiH la advano
must accompay a n orders or laer
tiers 1n tLls oles .
Uo- ta t- <1-__
VOR tSAiE-Two cotages ia South
Ualnesville; terms esy at reamse
sale interest t unable to pay ai&
eash. Apply at un oBoe.
rOR SAL -Cormer lot le11x es
WftN Mab It north sad Bou
earl St., ext to JOe Keadrick
WIU sell at a bargal i and o saq
tems. Apply at Mun oe.

MEN WANTED.-Call at 108 E. Ubi
erty Street. We can Interest you
and make it to your advantage to
work for us.
WANTED- Men to learn barber trade;
few weeks required; best paying
work within the reach of poor man;
can have shop with small capital;*
wagss from $12 to $20 weekly; won-
derful demand for barbers. Cata
logue mailed free. Moler Barber
College. Atlanta. Ga.

Parties having job printing done at
The Sun office are entitled to one
vote In the flush & Saford Piano Con-
test for each cent paid for such
work. Don't forget this when in need
of printed stationery. Read the ad
er-rtIh-ment giving particulars re
gardiig the contest and vote for the
ludy of your rciace.



too or they ,wouldn't I... l<.., l, IT\V-lt l' l *r
w woulln't It. telling y.o i al ioutt tli'ti- .
Wlshia of tile kind of lli... r iMul, ytil w. t ilt a"l,
o1 fililiiig it at iur liarni. \\'l .tlhti' y,,I I,'V
oyfrti iW h will Io ..t11 ., t Ithr,. \' ,'. i ,,akl it
Uo1r n I-i, tu tro tat w Vi-iird- rilait
^ Cr vford & Davis

t 1,I4 ?i r lot I : It la Ik-on% I. ~ s.e

t li t I' I W a 'tI Ii &I $l ot 1 1,, '

,Il(i l Ie 't 1e ;ip; 1 1 -'XI M Is onle
1 .4 I1e jlit S i t 11I (1 a.,, -, ill
t .~- I 41'J Ili#- !mrmibt

I? u 1115.61 s 4 n.414. e4 t! Il I avoil
it. ist'is eu i ieseuld ri ralhze that 5igtu.I
'1" LI.''( 5 uIl' b) th~Alse f but
-s1t1 i 1111hK Il 'A 111I 11 )I i our milsihnme~r
jI.&'.a tAll IUIworwt i~tsaI tt kt. I ,'f uir-
o,"it aid 5e-t tOe turrect at) it-* Mr's
r' T iCrwl


First National Bank
Established Over Twenty YearsI- A

Established Over Twenty Years

~"uz'jdu-, ~. 'i~ N i.t~i


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

r # i

Jan. M. ( r.. ainl, Vxw-Prw.




If you do your tea, coffee. sugar ad
general grotvr buying here. You
want to know why? You're entitled
to an honiet answer. Our long ex-
Ierti-n'e and knowledge of the bust-
iam'n.a 'ibl- Um to buy "clotse." There-
fore' se (: in I.11 at a profit to our-
- ,' a .i l Oiln o i your |part All e%
. isk i t, trial ordt-r ('all l y or 'phonll
\ 1 -

mammn"..Pt-iry D% W


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FOR RENT-Fi-rvemeom t ea. A
ply 200 I Iberty strt.
FOR RENT-Twoottages wear Mae.
One turasbhed. Call Telp lSo&Me.
FOR RENT-Plve-rom- Ma--
block esZt to eaqu; elty waor,
electrk ic Ita, asth ro sad aB
modern eoavealesees t It

FOR SALE. CHEAP-A emd, gte
sallom cow. J. C. vasa.
OOR SAL..-Good.M bose
aloe NrudIbber-rm ApMly P. O.
Box No. 217
The am slow oewbr emy


Capital, ~cocw.~

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