Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01548
 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: January 16, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01548
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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SO i Opost on to Roosevelt's aid

sWit the t Cabinet

D. C.. San. 15.-
pI bisutiom of "plac-

Meyer in the
~Ma Olr Tlllman yes
ag'8 gg the Se aste. He al-
ltwOM acrid denunciation
we- imbhers of the Presi.-
Mast rMdeule whieh he
N them.
-nmid itO was not pleat-
l S i atr i hb peraoeality
B _i ofy the oadte.
amateety raieady."
Toms-. "and I Ia Mat.
gve5ldtse myself. but the
bolI e Me proved tion I am
W wXtA twillt bearwith me."
o dl smsens of recol-
-S@ w hbigeK sad Ataer-
bN aggms, bhe declared:
SIto haVe my word put
Sb sw M wowt i. Christem.
ow s m te io the past
hnesty lld haltegrity

be was not caly

e ewm Swdmig to
r aN Mdiame a

V1W'Q-W im kffe.

b b"Mup. I n Msatis.
qM 5WO aot may as room
ge at lte~,i Ubecase. there
p thiSa spaG everything to
T W may Not have stol-
W P W b they are gonsne."
W. Y~n than marated a con-
he had over the telephone
WithM Attor.y4Geeral Boan-
i w b he asked whether a
had bright agaftst the
Or COmaay, the holder
i M-U r ad grant.
B no1t 110w." said )r. Till-

e. a dismesom back and forth
i- t e methd that iaould be par-.
i hr the speclul coaseli," he said.
, 1 geed him for am immediate an-
Lsaw,. seeoW m He said he would

make inquiry of the clerk (hargv.d
with that huslues and let me' kiiou.
In the coure of a few miuutev he r,.
turuLcd to the 'phone and said ht
would write me a letter '"
After having the letter of lte At-
t)rney-General read he declared ttat
up to this time., and after nine iimointl:s.
nothing had been done in re-pon.-e to
the order of Congrevs to bring sultt
Mr. Tillman referred to the motive
of the ittorney-Geaeral. "\We all
know how slow the processes of the
law are. especially against million-
alres. We all know the process of t1e-
lag 'ready to do it.* of being 'anxlou'
to do It.'"
He referred to Postmaster-General
Meyer and his statement that the
President had been in possession of
the facts in this case only sluce LD-
coember 18 and characterized that ar
f"alsehood No. 1."
Mr. Tillman onournced that he had
received a circular sent out by Dorr
lt which the following statement was
"Some day I shall have Justice and
reparation, and when that day comes.
now not far distant, there will be a
olabs that will be heard around the
wortl." That statement by Dorr. Mr.
Tdima liustied, was conclusive proof
that Dorr had received assurance
nrom the Presldent that be would
^drag Ttilman down as a liar and
He wanted to know what degree of
falsehood was to be charged to the
two cabinet oSlers "or% bead clerk
or bootlicks or whatever the Presi-
dent has around him."
Mr. Tillman laid stress upon the
fact that he had not attempted to ob-
tain any Government land. but only to
purchase land that had been given a
corporation lith the stilpulalion that
that corporation should sell it to the
public at $2.50 per acre.
He insisted that he was entitled to
a full Investigation of these charge
and to a report, as he did not wish
to rest under the iniputations that had
been cast upon him. If no re.lort
should be made he said the laimre..
slon would go abroad that the Senate.
had whitewashed him and that he wa%-
guilty of onome wrongdoing which h.
did not wish to rept under.

o. Barrett Missing

From Interlachen Home

INTIALACHWN. Jan. 15. This
il was startled recently
whea. i the abseeae of his wife in
Ibtlaha. Col. Barrett an old Mexi-
, amatal aberration had left honie. and
ep to the prsueat tlue nothing ha a
&wen heard from him II. It.ok 'cilis
him a trunk coutakliiig l.i (clothiing
ad pler)oual effect iliicillil Iiii.
gMia.e plu)iluag a& nila tilo lke<. hils tto
AOarW. sOue mixi miles diewtaai. ianil
leaving on the salUt trai i thatl in i

voyed his
she ws
hit at the

additional fact that he'%,v, for hvie'.'ral
wtweks illallapas:. uau fCr th.ite wita.aa'
owe eM's. 'likite after : i be'oU, ac.-
'id.' af
Oitl iBarre'tt Viah le mi .;att ofl.e c r ii,
0 1Ie aionm arm% ~duriixow'tc 't~t! VWm
ii ln s of Iiust igt,1a1.1 IIll 1i' I.0 1.1114 1
lit t P1 11108111 %I ., a felt fci r r- l1%11
i vit lit f~isa t 4fYllt-'lt11is I ti ol11 1
h-er l'h looueed l 1e1.1%4 I.'t Ia it

lIk ii1. I 1. t41 ia I,1e1.: 11,11

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wifie 'to littC-i.C ls'11.1 %i t. 14.I I~ '~ls'
a-uriornatid t le c,*I-i1
h ls ( lieht .ae -leait 1 4 -4

so do wi bet re-t tan shvin -I,. .t
4s) bt'futr. fur Pala~tksa
'To gus.' color to ti'. I. hu
cutaeutW siwu.riatiou 1watIh 1!
dresse-d Itohis. aariethi~ati.. i,. i
cared a m5ula~tioie ga ,-'iAj'A iii1.it.
tb. casal 414- t.' P's -"I
LA" Ualy right butal- .1 41.1., i
Is further .'u i'.c'i., ~i c.
fiaritlem scmt.',bii i -i..

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. Brigadier-General Long, Commanding Second Flor.

Ida Brigade, U. C. V, Makes Announcement.

"' r \" I T!,,:: ; ,I 1; ,,.,l: ,f l OCALA. .Ian l..- IVrig. (; .n H \V.
ft. \\';.lt- I u l ; to ri i a,. I L ni < i. .' .1 > *
\\\h '. It h l I i :,:.: U i I : Ie

lit** :u l '\e: t .I;" t i. i t .. >, .;: I { I :.|: r it!- :l .l, lti i l'r .e I '.
hiht > 0 1e ,it :i 'r:- 1,,.:. I i; I A:. C Li 1' (' 1l W I. t, .i .* h
I ., h dl.e id< l li r; f rIi,.i n t '"a *t *] I i .1.,l :! t *. ": "'!4. .I
to .-tart (I ;t' .l 1 :i :t ( )i a la
iH hat. Ie t'( i3 i. ,i l i: 1 n ,\ M .1i.ivr 1 C .. i : 1- i t.i, : silj'i
furniture, which \ ill t i:i.- 'I it ;i t it ':: i i .aiii.i No' )'* .i:
ne-w parlor, alid thil \\h.d trl' .t f i ,',r \ f 1 64,it i l 'i ',. ) v .
th.! I ildlih IN to i1 t h r-ill-' 1d,.1, ii 4ii'. l.1 10 lr.i l i % E I .4 ..4 N .1 1 %k-f it
the C( lonlitl t ll,-. w ilth hin:.!- l ,-. i,,1
plate. ;i.-> t:i I *.; 'i-lk.- n if Ir\ i ,i-! ror
le.sides thii. inil r,,*-.. 'n lr M:iN r g 1 .i; l l1 N.** Ora.inti l. ak..
Thomas has m;i.it arrin genui, t i'> ;i i .:ao>I' .,,:,'. (W ;rtin t i :.art r
laro -e the dining ro.,,i. :. ani ki, l.,n in' : .r l. i rai N ',.
ard will build in ait:ii't :i a lrr. r.~o ill
cold storage room. H!. sits ilat he I;a .1 )h i .t i-r- orn is-: irh
will make the building tjiroughout '-i 't?,' ,, ;i N 1 ~ .l;.n.l.l
the finest in the, Stal.-. anil it will be surpassed in the ianuIel'r that can l ''lli
be accommodated. .1 .* I. r'ii'.k. .hict t;f
In addition to the ex;ra rooms al- (V) ,' (7. I Hlin
ready added he 'A.!: h:,*. e':'.' more MJonr John T. INsh sz ', p.t'i, :ast.r
roxm.s added to thi new i i.' ,I gienera;. E. Kir.. Sihillh. st. Auigus-
just Ilaced to the building. whih will ti"e.
ive! ampnle accommodation.. f..r the Major H. J. Itaikr. chhif n: t.lgi
present. rnd if the ui(cre.as., cuntilnmie.-. ''. N li. F1 ',''.lil'
as at the resent rat. he will lit-n Iir .l T. W Christian. argo.-on
crease the facilities accordingly. general. Marion No. :.*,. Ocala.
He has always thought that ( ain Major H. C. Martin. chaplain gener-
ville was In need of such a hostelry. al. Marion No. 56. Ocala.
but only it: the pa-t few .vek., has he Aide Do Camp.
taken Interest In the matter. Capt. John H. Brooks. Marion No.
;6. Ocala.

t .t St l m s V 8 St W- W L..

ILL RO EFELLERrig No. 13. Irooksville.
Capt D. G. Herlong. E. A Perry
K A 100 YEAR No. Vl"". Ileronio
Capt. R. K. Itoyt. Nassau No. 104.
CLEVELAND. 0.. Jan. l;.-r-lr H. ('aiit. T. W. Getzen. E. A. Perry No.
Higgar. pth1 ilian ...d. cloe pI-r.oil. 1 liT. Hiih Sprium:-
friend of John 1i Itx'ke l. lIr,. r. ,-it. ( :ai st F:'.li in T.:'v ('Ch irlss S- tit
day ddiiied the report that thi. ill
mai:ait. w .- ai. iilTi iiiti fiIii ihe'liiIa- The Martsfields Here.
'i.t.i H sau dl r R , ,i.jo ii.g p':'e.,*<( I lit ;ilh a ri. ied i Itht cit) Irn. %.,uitri. G(;a
*JI. ill to 1. lq, v. .r old. t "j and wilill ake tlhi.- ithir futuil r hr.ii.'
-aid 1i. I'._- ." > i. .- o .li l' 1 h. re alre pl't-aiti ly !:-x :ated at It.
rulet: Fir t I,.' a\ ioid- all w % a r ; r .,iili A. S',. l. >itr.. t Il oJu t th
second. hlie takc .. ,h .: l t the owln air; third. he ne. r o Ier- .l,.t.d hy .1. it. s4i icf .ilut
loads his stomach mlid all a Kg tlmt Sl.".akingK of tlii~ <.-.tiia:hfile fuala;..
up from the t lle- a little' h ungr 'lI. lt. i ltrit leDaily (i),t oi\e r of Jinl
It men.i would Ifollow Mr. I kr.' ll,,r. ur. 4 has the followVing to a) .
physical method would all hu ..N!r, II Hartisfild and faniv
un il u t, a 7t I .,,; I'..l:1 t ntighlt for Gaiin-a I.-lle. Fla
!-4 ri- v. Ill nmak. their futtrt
i.n M r lia.r'-flI 1.ii we ro c<.:itl.
M O IE I u -II 111i: li- NiGol,-;ihl 'i. r% iiil,.r
*'1aHTCcC ca B 'd' 1- I.''e1e iiif ir' r. inta.r
I e-RE" h re-. I- .ll i, il l Iii i A a. similar
CONFESS T. MUE1 iUtR iiii,.- Ilr' I'leT :eiii' I,;i- ,.',-i,
-i ., r itl n iil,, ,,!tr q r, ,",ll
UI'NI N CI to Tnu i J i ", 'a #A ith r. -,
I nhi tI ,' i ,' i l i iIf i ,, i, t it

whtlr n two ). of the' l iil.l h In 11 ll miiem l

till i R kita i jll ht,13 lit eh II h eelt.("
tl in wi ll.t I!, | l. i lii ,K i; .l '.tp ( il ', hi. e'l li for T" :, lii a l 1.. I,, ?.ur
tin li iik i li a.'ldh l,>liilir n (< o rf,.- r. r w' i- 'l..* t i, p l ai

-uls. tih (ig f t, 1lri tl sl
aa h 'affair ..ael ,e heei' %%-'. l .it,



tI I Its

('ptI 'I~ e2'-:.(o re, 1TWard
No .I e \*h
S Npt~ 1 \'WI-M Gt(-11et p T "card

It dij't .1 NiL, 11 Na-s-ata No 104.

The ltraizaciI-r &g,,lic'ral cor..manding
apitjwals lt(.t4 a( Ih a mit 114r ofhit; staff
toi ah1 ill .*~vr. s'- ilsmanne*r in
i oarr, itag ''ultIto Oth It.Itt* r tLe ~dut:.e

I .iCi.ti. i i r .ot-~ d a~sitng byr
thelo.jt-i. a. :r* (u 2 I.--duties
o44- ( '(
(I,4~. ill.( I~ 111,)'I l it tt 11 'll i t#:v uI
I. .%'J ?I -u.-ttl*aife tat ~TD
jr f~ar. r t it I : *d D.1:-, ih

oIt' e C ;,iiefd traie t. et.2 ii' t'49
e~c'ry locwtl rve*!i r'..tatatI~t' of a C vm
Ne".e late -ailslr. ubh.thi rr m)aecr toe
n. :,!#.4 the ~ocoln ut ie*- oro st hitting The
l~rigat!#e. -'4all sji-thl v (tcup) hi"s, Rd
he.r lhrs'jt r .1a e*in the ranks ciof o
()r.zaIiiz a.'at' A t- Ii..1 js in their me
*a 1 l ii'-.. to r lt-oe



lugK the lit .% v %%)-,4j1. 14 1 Ii ixsr VA th
('ectiat.%j:&il ttsrsstaaitoo ti..shctIrM
I('45'. *rhiaag(illtie clt. madv.s ich wal

than.'.' charged ,,ii ilardur Tand t"

olit' of thc riosi.~F4Uuried thM
Itlea IIa5&~~&5ai -I! I elm It' o ii the

Waoiit al .'rti -ing 1!.a force
OL1 (,aaal aruc -. ad 94'11 fl wik 7*

to arl dt"ired d.ti~l.

IfYOU ha' f. t n'1 )tbfs-
It Is adv.ertise'd In theat' IVIt C~hl'

New Messina May Rise

Iq the Land of Flowers

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li!I Ml ~ -- lw Hw yoU.
cofs Was W" 011
S or am PSnte.

Se lar gest audiences of the
S t New No rd Theatre.
il Amit" is one of those
ameMdOes that grows better
STW aiderous situatioMs
AgiMe to make a dys
bomb hisM M .Well. From
*M f te ctata ito the flrst act
nd eat e S.ay, the audience
ON"~W wm SIharoesy.
W" bt atSiral to impose that
SapSMhemting direction of
OsO Ra*e caste would
ganggun feditaMby. but we
imp" to *e.. a per*orr
s 6 OWL It so the superior
i Sl traveling Mopanlee.
SWr and players can so
behad at home. we n*ee-d tinot
siA v. ..en.Sme smuS"m-m, t
i AutW" is a college play
with the pranks of their
Ouf(ord. one of
& W a woman. To
to give af the praise deserved
0 ~Ant member of the cow-,
W o- OnSag. The bogus
L M T o. m .. T *ach .wa all
$ 6 4-r his make-up, atlag
Sehi perfect. We
is blI hn la may parts but
W star part of his career.
'rmtt and Addison.. Pound
.0 00"p ebhums were natural
a40W d worbad ad acted Just
S yo loves wp d. Tomi
as maLu was Gae, as the
I a9aS. L i worked and play-
6 Pwi to the iwe.
"l Maimr -ade oa e cellenti
b s m. e 'wrae Bmanner
ow, Twoa sigiam as pot-
s" 1 0811160 by his work.
SSt.d mel mt. Mrs.

IEhw dM am" to smilven the
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taly 6m I.w Ce.,



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SBroke Out on Hips and Legs- Was
So Sore, Irritat!ng and Painful
that Little Sufferer Could Not
SIlMp-Scratched Constant'yand
Kept Growing Worse.
"thion at 'ltt tw rr -1 tinf tv r-
old my diaughftr r .,k 1.1 1 n fe.r I .,;
and the upl-T r arts* f r 1 very arritatiang and ('L:n' ni r6 ii I. It
btgan in Detots-r. it.- fi-. I, i *
was a littw rwd Eurfa. r,! I a r t. nt
dmirr (n her part to Ptr1 '. r p '" ?.
She could not l isk 'n rtit *,-r- t. it-
p OT6 aS*d y'Atow `.6t f h had two do' she prw wrhw f undi-r th. r trar i, nt.
Th I txmht t t (Cutlikr-it S r.i ( ,tI-
e ia Ointment and ('utivra ls,, Iv, r.t.
anid mir a d ttwm tw,- w-rk- ,.'n -l1.
Wes ew -v well. THiia w .V '"* ,. ;
arv. Rhi sf nnt" hasd -r i t;, r r, "li
plac on hor skin. and 4wh. is f, ur-
t M yers.s old. I uam.,l M.nl half thIe
-v tile o f C'att 'r r 'f Iv'--: t aI. i.
tLan a tmx of ('ut <4ura (littrrpt-nt. M~1.
LR. Whitaktr. NN\ i( ilst.-. Tnn.i.,
pt. 22. l."

Bverywhere Use Cutcura Soap
&ad Cutlcura Ointment
For preserivln. pur fvin- an' oI **fyt.
li the aan, for clans-ing (C,. -, .4i I
-- !- c r t-. m tal'-s r.:i'! S \ dniff. for dr, t',in
and falling hta.r. f r
r and f.e-thirz r'.
rough and w. r, l ardis.
2.t*for r ann S.^ tir ana n ul<-.rativ,1
Swakne-f ,. and f r
1 many sanati\<,. i,'-
uaptic fpuirposs weI as ffr all t Its *i
aofthetoilt. bath and nurwprv. ( teed ahemlutely 1 ure and may be u.-- d
from the hour of birth.
Ms esml i-sd IlaeW Tneatml tow
IIYhE ouIUsare fS o tSMbs lUmid Adutu rfnk-
(iir f 11. to the1 klin Andl Cuti-
u S 41i.+). (ael It'e brlm of 'Cbnl4 te
it wqVflerh ei vsto runf be i6sm10

ed. Miss Nina Cello. as the orphan.
Ella Delahay. was as sweet as could
be wished. In fact. the entire caste
deserve unstinted praise for their
faithful work
As Mr. Hadtas says. "It's not an
easy matter to rehearse and put on
a play like 'Charley's Aunt' in one
week, even with professionals; what
muat It be to take amateurs and with
asly ive full rehearsals succeed as,
we have. I have a right to feel
proud. not of my effort. but of the
whole-hearted, cheerful work of the
ladies and gentlemen who mad. t'l,
performance a grand success. anid I
thank them for their aid."
The music was furnished by the.
Gainesville Orchebtra. ahd this nu %v
urganiizatin shows itself fast d.t ,-lo)i-
ini In a high-grade oigantzati.,n un-I-
der their able leader Prof .1 E.

A Religious Author's Statement.
For several years I was afflicted
with kidney trouble and last winter
I was suddenly stricken with a t.t' re
pain In my kidneys and was (onflin.d
to bed eight days unable to g.t uup
without assistance. My uritn con-
tained a thick a white tedln-it.t and I
passed same frequently ('ay and ii1,Lt
I commenced taking F'V1 .yr Kv!-,
Remedy. and the |lain gradually.
abated and finally ceast.d and ton
urine L recommend Fole) s Kidney R,-lt'd..
J. W. MIcCollum & Co.
The banana nwai. lah& jui- ri, toi\.d
at the big banana house aiotlitir car
colltilStill of 1'"I bU li thu n s- ) f (l.ict'
bainnmit -largt. ri,. is'llt, tllw Itl w
Sfrulit W Il IIliak .-'ve Ld lillI l,0,l.lt
I of 1, ('t. nt. dto ii or "'.t to, | ,1 ,.
l uti, ht Al.o I, lox- ,,of .M:n ,i ;
I l
The Meanest Man in Town
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T, '. i. t, i, I ; l l llh .,, -
T, .i L t 1 u fI, f u I ll .a i a r s ,

Tk Iuu u#l.,- fur calling cards.

I j i n rI VFSI r40o 1 9A m
v .a~w~ u~v~~g~e ".i u..ia ui a Tn




Fie Days of Fum and limsement at GAINESVILLE

Beg miq Tuesday, J3nuarl 19th
The largest and best exhibit of its the worli ?.:arshalil- Y. (l' .
kind in the world. 20 l|.eo|ple. l tation. Ki; g ha.l Qi. ;.I r -t
big feature shows, 3 sensational free aki "i i" 't r ; '". :
Theatre. hoAisi.gp th e lItv.- w.:as f
acts. 2 grand concert and military hea tster i...d-e.di o
hands. 3 twentieth century riding 'Fr,. i:aily-An < vhitit: 1., .4
devices. Vittucc's Royal Italian lBand. human life-As a thr,!ling < .
free concerts and exhibitions fetery "('.(cli a dI(i9 li; ''c!;-t :rites
,'. r his- .,hih li down a .hl , Set, the great trained wild animal 11'"' fi.t--i!-jUei:ng ::;t f.,t ti.rar;h
exhibit consisting of a iscor. of lions. na id-air. I .hurt. i.t liiig oi, a : i ;;.at
Ilt'ngal tligert. polar tears. It-liards. ruii.n;,ta ; ". ;J h !,,-l \ '!i iit : .'":,)
pumnias. by-br ds. black Iwar.. h ii-as. n., zit i:.. into 1!! zn- a T .'- .'
etc.. all traint-d to |lT rfornt vith (apt .% k:t o rIi i f Is. 1 P:.

W~ilbuii and his' troo~p of man-s-alintg
lic-tigal t ige. r- S. the :ix\ tLdty iiott
Sv-a-No-A Ytirk Is, thE N~tihIi '():,

Sve O-asrf Ait aiLi.- lzt 3t M ajo'-p? ic

t -. I I : I, .\: A ', : b ic.
C. .yir.n tr. r ovn Eie.tic Lght
Plant. and Tiavesing by Special Train
on Their Own Magnificent Palace
Opens t 1:30 p. m., o 11:
Opens at 1:30 p. m., Closes 11:1

Th.atlr. .Ahn." h lIr .:t l.ti. in ;;. e1 w _

Start the New Year

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On EasyI IIstalHlnets


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New Baird Theatre.

AWfIP,ei1-/0.#011,f- ',I -* 1 ,/', f) I

Electric Theatre.

Th~e Coming Carrival.

ltij Il litI* a! ~ I i.6 1 '
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tietric Thtatre.

it i' 1 1*. utz 141: ts '

'St. 9 '~ 6r9 5'~ 55 6'' 9

i 9' !. ki .:1 l' I it tr,' ,

Simple Remedy for La Crippe..
Racking la gripi,' "- *'t. that i.;a>
.ih l\-v p iitit Ii:,'n in t::.t l, r I ':. !
ire quickly curtel t '.il i, ,.
and Tar. The s ,re m itit, .fl ,1 ; ..11
.r h -'lA ,l atid tr< ;etl,'in I ;*', ,
dangerous condition is quickly av .rt-
-d. Take only Foley's Honvy and Tar
In the yellow package. J. W. McCol-
lunm & Co.
The want ads. do more real estate
business than all other brokers com-
blned-In fact. they "start" most of
the buslane that the brokers and
agents flnian

Don't let the baby suffer from ec-
sema, sores or any Itching of the
skin. Doan's Ointment gives Instant
relief, cures quickly. Perfectly safe
for children. All drugglsts sell It.













Gainesville Furniture Co.
Galneaville. Florida.



~xwng rieaioy Women
If CI I %wmn* oroi .1Isid lerqqjhy n a wOg~s~v tI o *g, .
In 'Pet 15( At tr~c '1In) w lmtn *s. f' O*trn ilt~
*~'e I '- ''~ !rn, Con e u epf rn eMsdtare .tL'
for P.. tLher'i ,.d 'This c-a iremej~d.
Dr. hihrce's Favorite Prescdption
Cu,-.% t~e wtiitnefses and disorders nofwom -n.L
It 2.,6 dire-t;~.. :no dCie J-0 find imginrtuat
or&, ao con,' .acd ins'othertbes(d. iv. Aiig .:CleS
hra14y.strurig. vigorous, virile a-id **fi.asf'j'e
f a In ?a" tt the ir %o'ItIr% a Ifit -c Il
si i P-11 I t F".I q'. C% la i-0. C. ie: fe. :I
emsan ..x-i a 4,,% 1 a-,T 1, Of*I' J of W( en have
tif.J n f ~ 1"X- J

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Johnny Jones Expositioi $Shows

andireat Traiin~d Wild Animal Exhibit





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pp CatIterine Haile and Sesse
M mAre Cloe to the Leader.
I M Mary Daughtrey Fourth.

MfY'*s vote as the hea, ic-t
the piano conte-,t began Mi--
ii iEllis r'ceied the highest % ote
IV y y one day ofr '1 (;lltiil'lit*
l the race' ie-Ieg I t- tht th*. r-'-ult
.t1day st Is leaeIding li coli to-t
go Elli.' wIa-* .ltt' 1:1 eIt* riiM th,.
p but by har I anid tn-i-i.-'n.ii jrk
hae forged h. r way to tht, fruit
&i@onstrates what 't ha' hl..-
for some time. that ju-t I".
ome candidate is ahead today is
Sr oon that she will b next

For Halle a:(d lMi i",: -**** :
-i a bix vwte
gaW Ellis' principal ,vot. ha-
goeured through htr etffort.- in
new subscribers for The'
f gWettintg old subscrllwrs to Ily
th ey owe. and If 0om<, (.1 te-.
andidates bad been as eno.r-
Il this respect the-y "'-:!l ?Ha.'
iph larger vot,' to:lay. .Moral:
o nly."
ia will have to call att itiontM: al1in
o fact that solm' of th).e' who
te coupons from The Su.n do :n);
very neatly. It se'ins that if
were worth clipping out at all
would be northh clippi,.i, *>rt
It aids us in cointingi th e::
alch for the' coulp,'-s to ',-. of
in. as near as i5:>lel, a'.l w.
that we will not lhat* to c il* "
to this fact again
tha piano which is to be' gi0')ln
T I been ordered anid will bhe
i a short while. when it u ill
pot 0a exhibition and the cat:i--
will have the ,pleasure of se.*,-
w wat a nice instrument they are
a for
,pJdwhig is the standing of the'

SDoran Ellis. city. .... 2 .:
Catherine Hallec, ity.. 1 1'-
h1Maile Dupree. city.. ..1!<7-,"'.

M. Daughtrev. city.......
I Naanie Dickinson. city)...
Plorrie Strickland......
Ai Faimn Fen'nlci. .. t...
jelJ ie E alas. I Julit Car,-.r. (cl' l..
irlos Mary McCormick. uitv
DID A. Groff. Newberry.....
A. Strickland. Waldo..
s i. Stringfellow. Hathorn:
69 satelle Heal. city. ......
IB Mabel Sanrhez. (it.'.
OL L Ware. High Spring~s ..
fl tma Hudmon city....
hl Minlne hali. Alac'hua...
Annie I'eville.. ..........
X K. Carlton. Micanopy ....
Nell laC ta'-a. city. ....
lizsle Slt.plp.lard Hell ....
Alma Sulllt ani. (.iy . .
G di o i e l.ait, rt. cit ....
Adil Jllla Mclonalb. ciy. ...
A. W Sargent ........
I Ruby Albri it ..........
L Sanders. lHawthorn....
M. Fernandi.z. city......
Elv ena Staf, Waldo .....

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r Mr. Hudgins Grateful.
U tor SUll' I gull: Ispai<' ill \olt'
OI to exre,, my tf.-.lini( (el MIor'l
S to each lmoil-r r ow lot (*a-!,'
4 Worked witith .L tolI nlak. '('h.r-
i Aunt a -u(,.e -, T'I, ir %ill
1 1m to att. ul r. l..ir a.l a .4l t,,
16 1il tl a% 1 1 \,v 1 iI
i agaia ith, ,i;;f. r. : ,. ,. a !.., I.
SW ok a l ,,a ur. \V.il i! ,.t l
ur' -.- :- I I h.
el .,f tl;. 9 i, i I i ..
lt thahk. ,, ;. *
I f all I.ar" t ,,. ,- 1- i' \.i !' -*
^aJlift,..lt \\ *', i,. i r

tall I

SC'stefir. Spanking
*0 ,4 t.i I !, : 4 -I %,! :

Aaayt u Ls

Wvgr~,4lu Lbe Wajat cvulsf.


Dies at Her Home Friday Morning
from Consumption.
M11-is. Rost-bud Arutija Mixbon, next
t)the p ,un.,z-s't dd~auglter oR 'i r. "...de
.N1 r?.- J 11Yel i .i~d ,:the'home ieof
It r. paren'It,. oiIit-liot strte't Fr.Iay
nw~ricing at 1 -if con s-u an ,tim i.
She' ele'(viia,-e'4had ite .ica -u ft ro.r
fr' em t he d4sv'a-v fo r zsonic I Aimvjac i-t
andt had bc c-ii c.ofntze'd to hur rtsenc
Re er tlAiiy 11101t11S. 1,. Ai~g 1unAble' to get
about for wore* thau the peast si
She' is survi- t'd by he'r parent I
t!.rc'r- and iel .-Lrot he.r. and all
%%*i ort' .rt' -it at the' that-i of her-
d.'a th. as 'Ili-h.' vditiehad 'lo-i ~et'e"t e'ft

Tht' funi.r:0 ui ~ll errcur I eeea,. t he

ii t ( li4ch .at itls4)14le)(k, Ite%. S It
H'.c'e C iiduvwLt: Owt.' c." The-
.1 !o"ting gt-ni ui. iiO[,a\ .- l),t'lre~-
iltio-sted ito act as haill lwarcrs and
uiall weet at the stable's of Da~ is &
(lIii'. r at 4.A.7, toe go to the re'side'nce:
It. R. Cols'on. C H. La) tou. McvCuen
T1'imk it i.. Tn rtivie 'ioni'em.d. .1 V" Iiiinch.

R. McClellan hall charge of the re-


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t!..(t Is simply "in the
S *, ml !iht If a'l' r
i l 1
fvr A.

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of Can&h Ad cw.I.

und ,tre iigth, t nIll. ir -.1611. ;tI-eut .
4tn : n~ i e t. ~ 'i w ., (11 wle'.
I 4111Yt.- are. S1111;.1 % tit,*- ro-ft tit i
'. eak:' -- v% hihI r .-duci.*,Iti atar rhai

cIv lid y.4 .11 el the il 1. %%# A.l..t1t itrele

-( 11 ". I' i 'd I to '1I &. L I l- I'% lilt It

*I. 1' -.t ri -t -ival i-- ~ ~
'nc. iI;, ,t khit t1lc41
'cc;. J- i I'ic tot 1-11. lie i d t i

~'ie' h%%eh' a I. iti' Aht I"Io 4 llntI-
I I.r t e' l'~I -A jt. rv l I-.it I litie l
vi.u Gr- c !'I a! 11:1 hi %%rh I I cu. r -

ae .It 1'e .1rit (Irh. thu lift:A
.t- 0ro11 1)h '- 1'itit-u 1 ha1 i itil -

0, ; r.- % -u ti n teIf ll yI nr~tl cu re- s

.iu''J through tic.'u-c' oiO itl, nc'eli-
( ilt. We' pr, nise to veithe'r e'ff''ct a
'Irre' in 4e'le'rNvcaisu or make 'no charge-
for O the' dit.~cno, We' urge eve-.ry-
htjdy finGaink-s~ilic.' % ho hasa" rAeeof
-ur'h a medicine' to try Rt-'vill Mucu-
1'4 lit'.
It %'tanI-4tlstoe r. amon that wet' tutils
not a ifo vi!to nmake' suc'h mtat meit ill
an ld glVI iveoul wn r O o evmOl tIguapil '?et v
to) this remedy vit' %%c' we're' not abo.o-
lcitv]'%po ltOilvt A 'ihat 'wt'could ,siib-ian.
t 'ate et)..r claimII I l e rv Iart ie'u ii
It ~ )lie rte -'eil %%I t, I., ;in.'-no,
~he'ccih~stet'toe arvc'pt our e'ff''r anti
tn 1t it t ~.'tt% () II- it H'AAiI

S a 7.c bIcell w i- -10410 -1

~le~I~'ii.tir. I rwe' teteGtil .H-
Yiclll..'. he ti''lieffi lt '. ill ('(WI vel'
noethiiig if I it i oj an' fleet 'Jt I;.,Ac
e'le'l')' artr'cul.tr .1 W NI "COiAluia 1&
Co. coriilen E&a-t Ma in a n (II *ni. t i;


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C W-'ill of Alathua was greet.
inli hl, fri.'li In the city yesterday
udlie,. M. A .le'ley of High SpirlnK<
va. train,-acting htlasiness in the citv
'" t, r.l h v
Mlips Stella lhc'xle. of High 8psiings
Ik in the' city" citing Mrs \W (1
I(: hard*-on, on EKast Main street.

lMr M1. T lDowning of Alachua ar
ri\l t in the city yesterday and will
;t i.1 the' nel t f.w day o Miting
Mr- F. Iartiguie and two little chil-
idrt* n left .,c'-t*.rday for Alachua. where
they V ill ,Si'pd a few days \1.ltinlg
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?a Sin&ssifgm"of

7 11Bears the



r For Ovf

Thirty TYorit


C ,,t .1 S .Jolly. who foruni rly tll
SI r. but is now%" a -.'esle'lt ol Ja k-
.- ;I', 1,'*. \\3- a ir, etint his nitti 'rt is
iI tT'l;!. in the' city yesterday.
'X .1 Collin s of Fort White is
anionig th,' vtiitor. to the city He
f'"In,,.*rl re. -i'. here andl hi- a large
inui:0lar tlof rteids in tite' county.
lfr. a:.d Mr- L C Swordr- of fluck-
Ih'ad. Ga arrived in the city yester-
day and are the guets of Mrs. J.
I) Stringfellow. on West Liberty
Capt. W 1). Dickinson returned ye s-
terday from a tour of the western lart
of the county, where he and Assessor
.'olsen hae b., n o(in their usual
Mrs. J. E. Ilowyer and little child
of Tampa arrived in the city yester-
day and will spend the next few days
ltiere \iitihi.g ih.r parceits,. Mr. and
Mrs L N La.Fonti-ee.
is K L. Llitil. e' h!tt yesterday for
i.- t'i rn' r -her, h..'* nill spetl the
nit't f.'w\v 1: s i.-itinig her parents.
'" I:'. Y Mr-- V I. H'ilm'e. who vtsit-
,1 ".'r-. Ke.nne'brh w here.
M.,.-danais \ W W' Hampton and II.
I' IiIhiard's. hav, returned from a
;,l'asant vi-it of se'lerl days to
frr e:td- anwl relati.es in Ta.lti:l, wh vh-rt
**.-v e re gut.-ts of Mrs 11 S. tlaip-i-

\V L Goduin of Fairfield wa-
amiong the i.-litors to the city yester-
,lr. l1e Is with the Fairfield Naal
Stores Complany. which co'apany is
;alo etigag,'d in trucking. having sev-
.'ral a t. ii c li ai'.
Prof T F IMelleatb. wife and two
childreii. Mins Oneiia and Thonmas.
returned yesterday to their home at
Columbus. Miss., after bavlug been
here for the pa.,t few days. on the bad
mission of the death of Mrs. Me-
Iteath 's nioth'-r
Miss Dorian Kills return v.I -.r
day from High Springs. where u-he
paid a short x it to her friend. Mrs
I. VW I knhanm. and Incidentally to
look after her inter sits In the piano
contest which is now exciting so
I.' h altteniont
( II. Craw ford and lfe of Green
C'oe# Springs :'r 1..:: m, t.e visitor.
It the city. stopping with the family
of Col WV. II. Palmer of North
ti:i,.e.i ille. They formerly lit ed
ho r.-. o'\niiiin \alhable hlr'el,'rty ilt
Ea.t Ga,.ue ille.
Mrs. Callie Reddick. fornierly of
|Ieddick but who has been sending
the last few months In Alabama. ki
Inl their city. While here she is a guest
of Mrs T It Ellis,. r. She will al-
,a visit her old home before her re-
tunrli to Alabanca
The public In cordially lintited to
attend the .erciu'e'ex at the 1'nihersity
ti.\t TteMda) inoraiing at 1* o'cloC"k
o(* -* 'l etlt upon tih iire.- ntau ti'),i of
)i, 'i:tit iof I.-ffi reAn IaU t- antiil of
li,.. i f: e L 1.. % the' Kirb.o Swith
t' t;,t.r I I (' Tratii-:eorta'liion
v ill I, pir I\i II h1 H .l 'i l ,.er-;'
i, ,- ile-e k i t ll th*" c ,ll ," e'lihr-
.1 il li .a k az.d t' ,ri h f;tu e c i:e I'l
I it i l. in t I a. 1~ 'h .-'*liiar,

1. .\XA.TIV l" i)\Ml') uirnitte
1;,l,'. 1- Ilr .. -; '- r f- a.d Inlre i y If
It fail- tlo e ur,' ; W VGiO\Ke : Si-
ltir, ia o0 each box '";.:

1 W.h! it s .. 1 *l,- tVh alt
i i \ <, i 1 ** t '" 1 a .11 k *"I
4 it' i. -tI' il I hn e lift- you are liv-
.t :ti.(d i.re.,pcr', .





Rooms 11.15 Baldwin B ildidq, Jnmekswille, F.

We buy and sell Local Securities of All Kinds. Correspond.'
ence invited.

STHtEA 8. JORDAN. *.W. e w*AlS





Fire. Life and Accident ,,'" .


1K. pr jrudenlt ini eve
.'rythiiiig. Your pru-

ii, trvintoke w

1111t"IONI i y lkiaving it
:1,-t i l it i tu t, 10that
if It .Iiii'. take fire. yot
t i 1dii umiity for
~eI~ jt--froma a goud,
#I iI 106i trai i cale l cooIII
cIA Itt U(~a 1m o-Ut a

A. M. CSHMAN, Agen, aim6vkFluli

pa InYatsam

The KWd hYu



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

wtO S-iU Het h kp.imii u hd hM ad ftI WL
We are now hooking onrer for PIu and othar-- as-- dIs. We
will be Iled to smed you pri ek vas qul.


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A V &ll M .k on thew

Ihia m va ths cJty. WVK

aegMo had be& elored byw
to thes ey Frday from Brad-
My. wbera he bad "Jumped.-
ndgI a small check on the
OfM l Bank of e t city.
a sM Ohad been employed by

gav ana IItll heck for the
5 a as ds ot Im Msam"ork
A at iMy, a Ieb he raised be-
bw5- do--- eabed.

the r- this
St b Ws Ir toa that there

Ag Ias owe am o a A t
to i lnost the hatly othe

g'ggl gM ht Ne ao Ire-
M WM~fts Umew -it wasthe

theow abet t- Aor oall. t

C-nt-t l Maostat the
l. CA NU D6a*am.
aw *. m.uI..h a msIttam t

8tv UM t "v--mI mr need

ow efft Swor mlI, h-
gas Is ow eeUrem meu.

gagr bee reeM hath wmst ae
ev Ithdoso-meou may nyMr
I* s feaa tltdhe steLim.
fto I-i tie weald atthe-

ute be rueI Ie e ,et Inens

,t easOt e It s a pemvis her l-

rSW I atWe rf an him ito tel
,"Ml i, s ta the dutes tof thela


to ummbft spver

ea OtaW4 to Now OKd
Sm dofaysetreaaous oome"Itlton
S m miito misaim. along "I
em- W ppaawm.
Imaendle Is de this without re-
a koeuiem growth of hair.
pserneefDaabuff lbadiates the
of a uw ~ @ag em which
a" m on -the toots of the
me keammes lowtal heda
Nm~ie btthe eal7 known,
4* tw &adIt Was WOOn-
~wp~b mehes esaxt hair be-

a o ka itut.-there Is none.
ba'ft'nis o" w. to

b0m one s gbt W $he

a9r~~r. s vnrsin city Iartier ?'buvin
Havlntg purchased this shop. I dc~ina
* &&Lure the public of the q-: beat .it
Uset murteou'e tr**tt-i int, sand % '.i
jumshlp secinxd to inotiv- (idb tir~t
dom sorkmeo emplIoyed.

9116-1 .a rsr-qmm

UI A, WL A,1 --L
J Third Ave.. Moline, Ill., writes:
"I have been suffering from eatarrh
ta the head for the past two month
and tried Innumerable so-called reme-
dies without avaiL No one knows how
I have suffered, not only from tim dis-
ease Itself, but from mortifleation when
ia company of friteads or strangers.
"I have sed two bottles of your med-
lelne for a short tme only, aad It
effested a a ca-re, and
what is bettot yet, t9e dsease has aot
"1 ea most emphatically recommend
Peruna to all sufferers from this dia-
bAMd Ts tperly m
Mr. A. Thompeso, Box R. R. 1.
Mare4l, Oho, writers "When I b ..ga
your treatment my eyes were Inflamed,
S W a easpped ap half of the time,
sad wa sore and scabby. I could not
res at night on aeoosat of continual
i- i-a- -nha
"I had tried several remedies ad was
about to give up, but thought I would
try PrFuaa.
"After I had takes about one-third of
a bottle I aotlced a difference. I am
DOW aMlpha m~0d, after suffering
with ostarrh for eighteen years.
"I think If those who are afflicted
with etarrk would try Peruna they
would never egret It."
S 4atn Ideal LaMIvs.
Ask your Drugalt for a Pree Peruna
Almanac for 198.

There is a certain New York busd-
ae man of a rather waggish dispoal-
tiUo who contends that his wife has
so imagination.
At dinner one night be chanced to
mention a tragic circumtance be had
read In the evening paper on his way
home. A passenger on a trantlaontle
steamer bad fallen overboard In mid-
ocean and had never been seen agatan.
"Was he drowned?' asked the wife.
"Of course not," answered the Irn*-
presslble hubby. "*but he sprained his
ankle. I believe."- IJppincott's.

Many little lives have been saved
by Foley's Honey and Tar. for coughs.
colds. croup and whooping cough. It
is the only safe remedy for infants
and children as It contains no opiates
or other narcotic drugs. and children
like Foley's Honey and Tar. Careful
mothers keep a bottle In the house.
Refuse substitutes. J. W. McCollum
Heartless OambMer.
The rage for gamnldling at Whles'
.ind lAu*uk ', lulis in Lon4don lu .other
jays led to Inw,.t <.ntrn;. ,ius lettlua r.
is to which Walpole tells what heo
a!ll a irgod tale: A manl .ir pli.ddowtn
In a fit lw-fore the dou(r and was car-
ried lainkle. The club Instantly made
tlets as to wLbther he would die or
itt. and la.u ai d otti*r was called In
wo attend hlt I his niilultrationus were
in'.rf-rd Ithi, ly the memliers be-
cause. t!,evy .jil.. these would affect
(he Sdirtlwei .-f the l_-ts.

Every Mother
Is t.r bhoulil be orrined shen the
little oh,. halse. a cough or cold. It
may tlead to r nioInia then- to m Iti liti i i r.-r ,.l-**r
ous. allaird lla r lu. i'iu Sl su' w ll
fire the tiuMtle- at o uy comniillcatioun Sol)d by W. M.
Jo Ii -,il,

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(fly Brown Eyes.
WACAHIOOTA. .Ian l .'-Miss Nan-
nie Smith has returned home after a
few day.' visit to friends In Gal "s.
vllh and Archer.
Mlisses Ha-le and Rosalle Hml'h.
Theora Illtole. Irnia .oyner and .Iit.le,
Smith and Mr Philip llr.letshaw
sPlnt Sunday an the, gue'.ti ot .Mlss
Itelle Chitty of Mican py. They re-
port a lte'ly tlili it.d ) nl xeelle-nt
A much needed rain fell last Mon-
day night. and our farmer- are busy
.oY ing oats.
Quite a large number from our hurg
attended the osynthr suppllr gi\en h.b
the Woodmen of the World at Willis-
ton on Thursday night. The oystersr
were plentiful, also lots of other
good things, and nil -stent a pl.-a.sant
Miss Emma McClellan of W-,Ihorn
returned on the 6th and oinetd her
school at Central on the 7th.
Antone lrost, general manager of
the Central te-lephone omce at Mica-
nopy. was out here last week tighten-
ing up the wire and compl.tigx the
line in general. Mr. Irost is quite a
worthy young man and made many
friends during his short stay in our
Miss Irma Joyner. an accomplished
young lady of LaCrosse. has been the
guest of Miss Rosalie Smith for the
past week.
Misses Jaine. Wassle. Rosalie Smith.
Irma Joyner and Mr Cedric Smith at-
tended a reception at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. B. P. Matthews at Tacoma
in honor of their daughter. Miss
Eliaabeth's visitingg guest. Miss Mary
Dinkins of Dothan. Ala. It was a
most enjoyable affair and quite n num-
ber of others would have attended
from here if the weather bad been
Mis es Rosalie Smith and Irma
Joyn left Monday on a visit to New-
berry and Alachua.
Rev. J. W Hilton of Hamptoi filled
his regular apiNointment here Sundau.
and preached to an alppreciative- audl-
Miss Lucretia Sin Clare of Trenton
ls back in our mi+ t and ha-. rn'.wnedt
her school at Wacahoota.
Mrs. Jim Matthews and son. Neil
Matthews, and Miss Caroline Pan-
tuers of 'lemington. attended church
here Sunday.

You would not delay taking Foley'.-
Kidnev Remedy at the first sign of
kidney or bladder trout le itf you rea
Hled that neglect might result in
Bright's disease or diabetes. Fole), -
Kldue y Remedy corrects Irregulari
ties and cures all kidney and bladde
disorders. J. W. McCoUum & Co.

Truth and


apped t tthe Well-Inforned is er
walk of life and are essential to permanent
sueess sad creditable standing. Aeeor-
ingly, it is not claimed that Syrup of Figs
and Elixir of Senna is the only remedy of
known value, but one of many reasons
why it is the best of personal anti family
laxatives is the fact that it rlennsre
sweeten anl relieves the internal organ-
on which it acts without any debilitatine
after effects and without having to increase
the quantity from time to time.
It acts pleasantly and naturally and
truly as a laxative, anI its component
parts are known to and approved by
physicians, as it is free from all objection-
able subttancep. To get itR beneficial
effects always purchase the genuine -
manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co., only, and for sale by all leading drug-

Pitiful Sales.
Kits of sallrs l.-t nt .sea are .. I
regularly at saueti ni at the A.%' ,rt
docks In London. The sale pr. videos
many a pitiful might. M.st tof th, lots
ire eontaindl In the regular sallor's
sea chest, all marked with the name of
the ship from which they come. It Is
not unusual for thoee who bare lost
friends or relative at se to attend
these auctions, and there are times
when the first news of such a lons
comes through the recognltloo of fa-
miliar objects.

J ILd"la u&Ad CMUn.
ik Kd Y k MAInp hH
BerS the
ignature of

Taking an Advantage.
"Y'our t:ri!': .oen'!" ti t'ij.,y going t,
"Yes." answered AMr. ('umrnx. -Moth
er and the ~irl. hi: 1ve ,lt.Wrved that I
am weak otn letting the valne of for-
eigni runey. Thi:)g are ordered andi
paid for Wefore I hare time to make
any Intelllzent Inquirles as to the ex-
pense."-Washington Star.

l"Had dyslpei-la or indige!tioni foi
years. No appetite, and what I d I
eat distressed me terribly. lurdock
Blood Bitters cured me."-J. IH. Walk-
er. Sunbury. Ohio.

Typewriter ribbons for sale at this
Mflce. The beat on the market. Only
seventy-fivel cents. All colors and for
ise on all standard machines.




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A Big 3-Days' Sale
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.imme"Iai mail matter

ftlitst QCoine ~~tRoom%

lowi. a. Tsmwana
SMp. Nbithed every morning On.
&ilegoe- by carier6f in the city. or
1 lto b@ i~nited SMates. Pmnau,
lp W a i. w siamonth 5' atthree
pasimOw fie wethc-%tfiktltoi

main a brat Coiflifl lIct~lt' a line
end 5 cen'ts for each adictitonalI

W mh .yer11tisilmade kne-w'n an

Work soun i.-an eight page forty
p*puVblished every Monday sm-I
"depasaims all the Mews of th-?
10% SM* sod general, and wmi;, be
in*,ee.tomamy part ofthe United
CS~m~GC~ ea year-in advance.
billsbeow a due after 'firimt
4f _1 otimument. unlemsotherwi..e
boo~.Patuie snot known to its
g~pW o pay fee advertiming. in ad.
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St the cleverest and nv.atet-s
edyertising ever t cut out fromt
is the ro-ce-tif dahity lerc-
4ptited **The Jiuttoti Htank. Its
W Future, just now biting dk-
by that crogresNi'. ti sd

valmble and interesting histori-
gWr it coutahis photographs of
Wig" departments of the hank.
the newW and uIJ-to datot
and equipinsezts of tIlw
~per. the directors' rixmi.
d.. with two Companion jeic.
Idwiwwng the first humnble' honwe
beak in Is-,1 by tho. F1414. of its
elegant and comnotlious quar-4

the least iistvreted. c~c
dou-edto shov fn.4 the jert-.*'.t
of the institution and it,. rc--
growth dutrinixt he pit.:ta r.
abe reme'nbr'c'l h O:'t-'e. jIc
a yftr ago. when 11. F Duittein
OLiW~eidedto hMt!:,isi' 1.
business. they. u'66t out t1cC--
to all their doe' )i'ors.I*ii*t
them to withdraa- th. a .t, .'

a that when the ii, cv tift'a
orgailiz.i:c.IlI C
aU afterthotigist tht. nt
of deposits at the ('loP- t, of *
Ou. ncluda.',g the' ., I
Ud7 about $i.-mi.''e1.h. I
61 Year--and that a panic(f 01t -j
$322.513.osin iitie;,...- it 1.--2
I stock of $7,.Iccmi* a:id .1 1
of individual pr ci''. &IUomitt-
shOf ing. ant a nd -I as:s
'of the c onfl ei do-we' of iii.'

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Th*- \\'a l ii'-A in I'o-t- l..
n Statl of lhhe- oith tI* t re t.i* al r,'
Il'.l as a %a t,,. of thc' Nicrth I-
i ','Rat.d vI t th .idtlii-tr ,ti ,i t,.at
I". con(' iilt the. niai hotl ui, l th<' In
it llit ntie'- of th Stmith A hn it clonmt'-
to se l' tiluK Fe'., Iral ofli i.llI- down~l
iesr'. :;:id iIII.a e i ll, ti..t |1 .i .I" i l ;
Ie bliI' 111 i I lio, i rr il ,io' l- i I tlie ir
iail.t It hit co ir-c tI.* ,icr-' *,id an l
it tie r hli I ., i I T: -0I i t i i,'i\ It.
pui elirca I'. -it I ih I i. l 1 f l 1: .
:- 4Ic0itl l 1 t i ill o l on II 1 1. 1 -t ,!: oi
S 1ut ih. 111i t]I I th. S., t i. -
o' k I 1 l ti ;ia r, o limit i' I \ i l '|I .
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3 :> -, mia t ls m0 e i | t S ti, li
T h e' i .1 1: .' f t e l dll ti I
t I1 .4 '1 !i, \\ .1 :: e l !.11

s id ii |, < c' i te i 4 :I of Io i -i t, h ic
'holicif -, .iAd patrnlatl.ia ) of :1 {,lulthi
t -itn iilltii'I -'r it on'll
The I'taltiiti'-. Sull i II%'*i i .-;.k)S -
Discriminating Allericanst fImtlltlar
with the high standard of d corumn
and d.llcate Mn.-n' of propriety ahich
charactriz.d Senator.- from Soulth
Ca('r ii;i li oth*r da.m. will probably.
inot ';-k w ai llmniiit a %ih-w of So-na-
tir Tillmman'.s eilihite illn ,1 trant.ac-
,ion as the Senator himself and many
of his friends do. Mr. Tillnian ha.-
Iroeliably coniliic'-d those' liho know
i'ii Ih.est that he did ,ot ni ike a lpur-
poisely misleading stateimcint to the,
Senate; that in s-curiKng atlion by
the* Goernment in these land case-s
he has reinde.reld aI !-r ii e' to thou-
.sand- olt ptr-on.i'. w ho de .ire, to secure'
quarter r .'ectlions in I'it tract of 2.com.-
e0ici acres in Oreg(ont and South'rn
('California inow controlle-d, as Mr. Till-
ill iln alleges. hy Mr. Roosevelt's "'best
friend.' Mr. Hlairinian. Ilut. howe.\err
-imall the Soiiatlor's. iert.onal inte.r,-.t
itmay hi.'t\ I*-nII in i t lih. .si-(c e s of the'
(leoif 'rhnsite 'ii -:it '.-.ttutt'el on hi-
i iiitii, *''.* it :1 : -tillt :a ( oiii, in -r;.' l ;
:t ld ipre:ltlical itir,.-t, iP rl'oni.- wlith
Sliibhll. de \'elolied sense of the pro-
i ritit-,% will fird it ditlh tilt to r*-c'ii-
S;'. the S'.-nntor's ipromotlion of his
lpersontial business, even though it bet
l:tA'ful to ()do thi-. wih tih it KIII inillid-

hP Jr'i t' i oif 4 11.. ; ii.- il ili li '
It iiu i on- ll' iii'w l i-m i tl t ie ic i f
t' ll!otust ;lrc iSotitingi let. i-.li in i ) ii
ii, h Il,' weuildll I- the' lenfltiariy '
Thi' .Ja('ck-onc'.il.- lTiie-' nioin .-ay :
"Ha\ ing it-ult d C('ongre-'- in gro-sly
; ;ni ra ti .;:.. T" I .' '. .
could !lt\i a'iioli zI.ed or sh >wn t ar-
r.miit for tilt, chaci. It i character-
,-tic of him that lie dos, it-itheTr--h'
ati :( ks Tillmiani as. the lea'l-r of Ih,.'
l4-miio- 'rati, imiin( r.,. in thll- S,-nit.e '
!-Ii't ,n. fil. i;i a mian who iprof,.-t.s's
;as..olute- te1 c I e.iic' and .nl'up ori.- hi- il-i
t ine miBq|d'ta.ion of biotor. ?

P!k P- I'.-ait k A iii t. I l ". t',t
:tl.o e e;t I \. l i.- 1', a('r'5a iii ,xte'lnt
I'in il it'., t .,' s et..' liay hlo k
*hiNc :-. dt. l 0: lte''t idownl th-' wall. of
th.- 'ott .i'i -- i'it. \i.-w tIl e tc 'rirate-r
, a **xan\l tiil, naliiral -e rinK .-,'e h ,e Oc'i ,
of Colorado Sprint;-. t'olriido Cit .

.'Ii lillutl i'. |laiti. i it the ca.t asnd
,>:i tih. ,.-t b) the Katon mouintai.s.
es N,.w M.,xicg. the Sjeuiil-h l'cik'k..
the '.tiow-(<'alplied Sa-igrer de ('hrtito
Si 6)ic'. the ('oIl*i tist. grouli the' .It
* f th, Hc oly W 'ro'.- an- i (.tr. \- and i
Iliii:; p< ink :, tIh coie liiii't' l *li
it.- At i'rc .-ltut th'. tL'o'. re t '*i.;r i t.
. lllli < cil tl tl !; s>lt l l 'lli i ,e Ihs i
*'il in or l. r th att h l ,- it-1t ,I I 'l i .

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trib T-0 ti "a 'ttc.c-r 1Ii"
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it it* l I 1. Itraminning
SA .1N. .I.1a 1 v 1) 1r.ant. an
II ;*- ,,f 'Proof l::r. t.t. prin('ilil o, f out
i,0hll0c hoesl. ha-i arri old from Keil-
turc k nid rente-d of Paul 11'Vlntr th*'
fairial r-',-ittnt1 pjur-has,-d by him
knowtin a., th Ih- ikoirainc place. Hi *-,V
l- .< t hi- famIll\ ej o ti lt1 t owill Kgo lito
at 9-'ti rail filrilii&i a is- eii e--
.1 .tl,..r I het:s l -c.in Is 11 ite' III tnIld
i tr I'i. -r, ha- had iUr lo* I'Ma. ,if
;elt, -'- ill.. ill k'c.ti-iltal ihti, Th" 'ca- .
ft ',* rinrillt ed too 1,. ;I|>!,.1illd4 h ili asia l
in |-. ratilin % will rotihal|lv I.e n Te'.-

It- 'igjh is out atain aft* r a Pw.ri
,i,. Ilii, but Is much rredut'c-i iln
i. ixt!
IT I 1 1 ,r.,ii hi- .n i to At
.111.i to t k ake' -|'<*e iI: l cn w- hith
i ill t -.-itt if It I ;l. it(. for osmie'
ttiiI# l)r P'i r< e #li-t i- raitw-
'I', i:11i 't hil l of .M .i14l .M r
I'to t. ldt* i tii Nl \, Iii' i tdi iIn t!i
i it. t*' i r. t r It.-\ I 1. 1:ranniiil
offli Iaiting This wao. their tir-h thild
1it I thl lo--. '. ais ie-.e llHrl. laffe'tie.'
Oraie-. raised in the vicinitvy -ar
-ild fI:tllr wagins at a cent : I'h'-cr'
and grai wfruit two for five cents.
Mr Pierce. and wife of Mi 'thig-1n
ar'- on a \itit to Mrs. Pierce*' rela-
tives. Mr. and Mrs. E. Renault. and
will hae. their res-idence property re-
,a-'r,-d alnd imprj\,'d.
Charly Atwater Is still confined to
his tbd from the gunshot wound re-
ceived accidentally by his own hand
So0 II til.w ;av(.
Rev. T. L. Z. Itarr filled his first ap-
Iointment for the new year last Sun-
day, at the Methodist church. The
loiiKgregation. s wre the largest for a
1i)i"1 IIIlle
The old Confederate veterans were
made happy this week by receiving
tnme.r Statte- |li<..l.iis. which colie' tonce
.a uiiart r.
A. Jolly and daughter, Mrs. Good-
onil. oi urang.' lieIAItiz. were in \Val-
,l' Tnimr-4lay trading x.
Plt ;n Geig.r has moved his stock of
grtoc ries out on his farmn for his ctn-
\eniit.-nce' in c inne('tiilon with his farm.

One who lives in a furnished room
can be pretty "Independent"-for the
a ds. keep the best to be had within
his reach.

The Cause of Many

Sudden Deaths.
T'.t:e n a ,'.e:.* ,.. pr v' lin' in tilt
"'>l":'l "," ;!! ;- *' | 1 ^ t ',c. M1.<:i\-': ..
'r~~J .' ,' ^..^^ ,h-,eth, ;ir" c',;', ,:
4. .- .-- ," i -- .,r ,* .

Ahr.:art f A: .rl" e :1
J<- t-s .re-urt -t 1.!

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1.l..i. r I .' :.r .wanaip-Roe t, the
c+ rrt t' i'..c':. ': l' l i '. I I ii i .i:nl
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tn I l t i.;> t:s.i:'\ ti!:lt'. cutitne the
*i, *'it. liy riii| .>i'l tiL" '- tr ,relinairy
t t' t if bt \ tn 4-1 t l 'i' 6- "' .'c 6 .;/T l.
It .'.,n tl t)i- l l,-h t t *r i:- ", l rful
Cii w celf t;>. I1i,'-t cli-trr'- -i: 1.'.c -.
-v\.s tt:;. R-l wt6t i- .*.ttt te t.il; aittil ij
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The PNredkf N.

A @UARANTRED CM Sfor @Imle des.. beiby TO&
MID WIVER UUPU OIe@@Do U-ost;Uyn yi
W"e dkaeto bb"ed dkbteto sy 4, sAdo
MRK b p~umy vegstabloamsadenst"" "os mni or
p.0mmn b beu lbwely su o md b IM e 1o
abream cat := an peim mins teslaemmaidhaem

CUM A r~n Ur81.
dsstoe me-Apds. uSb
be.ad ouinw = mw

Swumand t m" I u.es
Baflarlicd Saw Unims aw:C.
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I G. S. Merchant & o.

Staple and Fancy Croceries
Gralf, Gardeq Seed aqd Ferttlmur

A Complet stock atof Hay. Cor. Om nOW an% h, OCN
Seoi Meal ad Rye. We hai e aly the wy s M Ift

Tampa &t Jacksonville Railw


Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South......................00 10:10
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:15 p
Leave Gainerville for Sampeon City, Palatls,
Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points North 6:00 pi
Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ............ 9:10p

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In Which a Resident of Alachua County Will
he Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18
Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished by
The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre.
sentatives of The R. S. Howard Co. of Miami,
The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN in

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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.

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In addition to the Piano there will be issued hy The Buslh &

on a new $4-H) Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable I)ue Bills, same to I1-t u-tl

as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano.

These due hills will

given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
Te fst six recmi theme udsmt to kqhsvte. M a efor ech for...... S21.00
To On teced six receiving the iat WV, at. a e for mch for .........175.00
To at Mt si sscii mahst est sS.a aiMhI for teah far....... .-. 8150.00
These due bills may be used by the winners or can he disposedl of to anymore

for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon

the pulr-

chase of one of theae new piano-.
In the event of a tie for any prize offert'd, a prize -inhilar in all respects tlihre-
to will be given each of those timing.

How and Where to Get
The following merchants sill give one v(ot*
for every ceut paid into their cbtablizshmilnt- for
goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phifer Bros.
Hyde A Tench.
Where Votes May Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found In the establih.-
meuts of the muerchantt gi ingu vote and at The
Sun office. Votes baiit liv iaial nmut In- dirt 'ut' il
to the Voting ('ontert lh-larini-nt of Th. S :,,
Galiuieb ille, Florida.

Rules and Regulations
1. The contest is open to anyone living to
Alachua county who is known by the conductors
of the contest or vouched for b oimec reputable
person. to them well known.
2. No employee, attachee or related uof the. |lr<>
prietors of the above-namnrd f.rms ar. *ligiblh to
participate in thil coutebt. and sill participate" iD
no manner.
3. In the et.int of a misunderstandinh betlw,.n
candidates' or thers int.ere.ste'd in ',.i- ,,tit.- t
taich ((tntroU\.rT y may be reft.rr. *d .,** (, a-
ducltor of 'cont-,t, ho alone ar th, ; *o.r:ons
qualitfi d to rtinde-r d(.'ci-ionf.
4 In the .*.,:it a criilldatr d,'ci l,- ~ lh-
drawi frtoni the rAce. -uch candidate, V .'1 i. t tw
alhu .d to triati.-fr ,te to the crt.dr ti .n-L1t.er
candidate in the Oti.l. L.

$1.25--Three mouth.' subscription . . . . . 400 vts 5UA) tes
$2.50-Six months' subscription. . . . 1.000 votes 1.200 votes
$5.00-One .teai's subscription .................... 3,000 votes 3.0O0 vout
For a club at five one-year subscript.uns (before April 1. 1909).25.000 votes 30 iH,4J vjtis
Fcr a club of teu six mon-ths' subsCrptions (before A:r'l 1)...25,000 votb 30.0,0 vut,

$1.00--Oue yVear'sb tcl ipti'.l ....... .. 100 vlt
FLi a ub cl i ct (i.t.', eal bubbcription. . ..... ...00. .t

Solicit ng votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is urdesired by the proprietors
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Behalf of Bush & Safford.

April 15th, 1909


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.id to 111.t- SLke of the .ceood name 'of Gaie' ile. 41(1will
linaly iisitii- tr(-m aberoad i'ho ill coihe for thte -,akt,
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pbwbi. 4, .I.ir't y... ,ii -.<*,# %zri- I that all taimites. are' certain
besastiisfied A glantie4 at the rich fe'ast ~ I,- t.I'.,.~~ t
often 111 11-.' fmt. Is '4. 1.1 ii -tec .
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t South noi tcrate r i-inCt.I- I14I in'ot lit-!ir% Crat A.
who has done thi41 g- S%\.t IIet I u i::, ...f-SI ~q44 for I rol. 41 1
MW on out In i I- tight ftor (liet- titi-lt-nt rate agaiii.1 i let
eorw~ratiov.,. A lairge'-ht.ivr!.i (ld-b lo ~:~ t, ;al..ti %t1.44
hueisiitlutimviito call sC1rvat rI t tei-anIe .id ho -IecelcI4pi-t iollne
MRS LA SAIAF.K ('(Il I :l-I.l..ICKIAT.fTill.-gille-d wife- of the.
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u'ill gi h1r heit fifl h.italh tall.. t,) euic r the fir.-t half hour
if tilt-' work. aid thet' 54'omhdhalf h~jur will 1)4 oc(ulpit-d It% Mrs.
M iilit* :nI44tA.~ho will lerve-vt atwa~ rkiv of coo~king tichool

Conducte-d 1)%lDr. 1). W.lHowells. General rield Secret~ary
t..au. _a '11w. i t.:v h:1. -0 fret i I-'m to xlolt In3
~ai. i g X, i'ortl-tl-!'t, P&a :".-rltalkier. and will fire-
-ti \aitdand inite'restaing tlatniat- in his own taking way.
;'ho-m-e'thetuies will Ix. outlined Ito the 'detailed program. All
tie,i'.hd linformatiaIon conceruling the It.'adlng Cour.44- will be given.
!* i atur.' %%ill 1)4. dl.*r1'ite rnd C'4lplwtimrity will h1w offered
r t :.i ccli it mi, i IA( 1i:utaelieilIaiterarv and Scientific Circle.

Tiliesday. February 116th.
Sit, ()j.4 (if ''1 tlti, -ith avinual 2--vsion tI1of the Floridac
W~il~t :,(aiauta 141111a I'rit'f Atcrd11.of v kt um leIy lHoni. Ilit-
deitii e(it I. :i I tt'? Trui-t .:-. fr \V \V D i b~ic.. FPlatformn
Supt-riia:4 ie1id.,w &;Aeill,?. r (haulateiqua ofliieaii. Announce-
lilelit 41: Ct 1-11S .t 1. 11Itdike it.&t ).14 .
111 itit, Li~te rt .il.mqfl '1, 4 t rae 11ir ma ry .Prof. w Fted4 rI(t omc..
N. \% Yo rk City. l* itt ilt- e sor% of ,llar-ifaV l" lup4-
tr.~tt (II, .~timih(4 lt! lilt.;trai I ,i ~ iiA 1) M s M J
l:ir.! .eIlu~tj %~ 0i.. ipt-ti h olorted Mo~hm initturt14s
Wednesday. February117t0!

pi::;4 it ill.e sd.. ci Eo f l.'ivaIt h ctc ImIi.~id Sci-it. "Til-
(;.r. it 'Nh itt.- II'agut "illustrate ii1)% ex.hibitsa. loaied to
file.Atim Tielm-rtialosiNC.(oiigres-. l-.r. Carobn il (im,.e'IA
M. M. 1) temckiig Schooil. 'IDit-t anid ('harauctr- I lit~jimin-I
c'itratiouii Ikiujs aind Fruit Nvut~r-." Mii- M ini~ieEmt

*~ ,C4~i i 1.4 c-turt. 'i lit%* rts-od (rcuil hfr 1) W 11Ficce'6a
1'itId Si-tn-rt r) (of tilt- C('liatatmi'a !Iovt invie.
lif I)c~ e r. ti t 11 ,ii litir. ol. of tlit.- famoiuse n'torlew cof
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NI4 71\ 4.Ii iic Ie- -Pl' f \V It.Rohlii4; I- I Iluct rated

Tf-ursday. February 18th
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Ul t-1, o"'44 h~c41414 ltmcio- d by a question drawer.
cv~.1 it:c -t liti!. vab.C Quaiea'tte. with rmadivnp

~ ce I Ii. NIII-li l'rvce.'. Iicydc Male Quartette.
1 4III 1.. uurtc. Tr3iecleuTi~rough Switzerland." Dr. W.L
D ai % -( it e(of Va-hinxioti.cn1) C illustrated by 100 bola*
fis c.tert~o4et ic.4)i '4i.v%%!-. maviv i-isjerbly colored. 1DNWuIM
It% ai Ic c! rtotroma rk:.itlt-e Soving Plictures. W. koW
Sunday, February 21st.9
Doi.: ii Ing to co-cu t'raitt''l~b the 'chttrcvbe of Gahmevmo ft
4, cil, I i'-r II ite- Vol. W)0144 1%7I' l(II4c ill ~iiectiofl with the MW
-1:i :4 e I mi'l lidr. willI 1-v held. The Sunday Iced M
cut.. r ui4 tll lot vl le i~ -tial tititho churebes ofttleif
A ~ 1 i.I1-1114 t I .I .Ve' %kill bcheldId n the atidltgi'i Is D
!,it til '':at 2I, it, .itee %1ch all &4)lI'aretacordilfly hto~
StIO'.O a jll m~ii.~ 'ill the ar-c jte-d for the nalmt"sa o

%V'll; 111iAt. .1 1) C Spe(' nl nitivic b) the Robk-y Xdl
Qiimr~i 1it,. e'i-al Cht itauuia re'c-Ieensive series.

Monday. February 22nd.1
N.itisonal Hltnld : -\\'ashingtoni'i Birthday.
111 u lil.cal Sc r'tr-. lr W W Davis.
le< .i :i in choul f Health an.d Domestic Scieace. "1
'r., : .- it )f l) si.lostP-i" (with demosptratos),. Dr.
(',>ii, S 'hchol Sni.and and Saladdresstng." Mrs.
111011.- I n'oii.-ttrat on: "Lun"chotn. Dinner, run
\... .tI' i, -IzSalads \ith their acconnpanyl ng 4 m.'
: I' ni It.- d ii: "Nicholas Nick.lhy.'" Dickea ht '
.tir. Mr WilliI:n. Sti rlliK Pattla. Chicago. I.
li p ni m la.ture The cI'M. of Ugliness." De Wit MIUw.i
hii .lad tlphia. Plha tn
9.; to IC ni lllus~trated cnls; and 'Moving Pieture5 W. 3ebobi
(,* -- n., t i N' .. Itartell
Tuesday, February 23rd.
9*:.3o a. n. lilbllcal Hour. lr. W. W Davis. .
I. Sol a. m. Final session of the School of ad "4
iienstic Sci( net. "Non-Alcoholic Medicatio. (n .4in
ttration. Cooking School: "Foods gei
Growth and Relair of the Body. Demonstratilm:
Croquettes. Various Preparatlons of Bemae Pn -
Nuts." Mrs. Emmons.
3:.(m p. m. First appearance of the famous whistler md Wetti j
Miss Lena Walbridge. .
3:30 p. m. Lecture: "The Strangers Withia Our OGat."' D WI
Miller .
8:00 p. m. Whistling solos,. Miss Lea Walbrid.
8:15 p. nm. Entertainment Extraordinary: "L!fo Porw a bw ,
Dickens." A dosen great characters ipereneat i n oe
time. Changes made in the preosece of the aedbf'
William Sterling lattis.
Wedoeeday, February t h.
"Governor Glenn Day." 'I
9:3( a m. Iliblical Hour. Dr. W. W. Davis.
11:(04) a Wu. Lecture: "The Art of Seenlg Thlaam W "
Lowther. Dwight. Ill.
3:' 1p. n. RReading and wbisling solos. Miss Leao WalhrNig.
3: 3, p' L cure: "The South. Its Possiblltlee sad P`I1 0
(,ove.riior R It. Glenn of North Carolina. O. af the tf= 1
great orators of the South. The aadltrluam wIl 1
crowded to tht doors.
>: ti p Wm. hustling solos. Miss Lena Walbridg.'
i 11 p i Lectur.N: "Absolute Zero." Prof. J. r lb t WQ
land littchester. N. Y. Platform crowded with eapeMl I
apparatusilitl lecture to be accotmpanled by 1 sM7 rh- a
icoilt of brilliant experiments. The greatest Ch uta
ft-ature of recent years.
Thursday, February 26th.
:I :t* a it. Iliblical Hour. r. W. W. Da vis.
11 ino a ui. lArturt-. "The .Missilo of the Poet." WIrt lawte.
3. :;1 it us i.-'ture. "Wiretless Telegraphy." Prot. J. L Was
laid IDllicat. and expensive apparatus et. A Im
edge of this great discovery will be ofered to yMe wA I
can not come from the reading of books sad mi 80aga
articles. A lecture you cannot aford to mia.
N oo In m. Lecture:: lookingn Human Nature in the Paea*e
KohFi Cranei, Ihe famous cartoonist sad esrayi rti
O)e of the rarn entertaialers of tuw platform. MlttutAN
tof 1,i tire-c. dranu II the presence of the audience. CleW,
i:,.,:i.(cl 'tuit s at the piano. together with a
daiplay in clay modeliig.
Friday. February 2$th.
"bMr Gen.u ickettt Day "
;* i n 11 .iln ia, Hour Dr W W Davls.
4. .1 i' I. .:i i.4ii. r ( onicerrt Gamble Concert Party. Shm
,) :..r '- : ; iambile An.nrica's gnart basso; Miaa Vera
iag<- iI iand Mr asim Lambersos, pisalat.
S..t. i iII I.'t t, OUtr,. It. as Others See Ui," ROM CraM
sith i ., e ri\i. -i.-'l it't and cartoons. together with
wt i 1 ..I l l. tlK l .i.ill
a 4im i' i .41 Inil, tc SDt th.e 1.1.. LU ** .atiible' Conceit Party

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'I 1. litattl I of 4;..It4urg." Mrs. La Sallo
I ill. >i ( t 4 I;, liC t( Pckett lO of
Se1 v .i. i, i, i plaorumi wko will tllU
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Saturday, Fetruary 27th.
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4 1.4* l4#,11.tl 4 usi.e-rt Party. the m00t
I b-..' (Ia etil* c bmuautsi"ejiSwurhi
\ l I A Ve-d., % iuiii1ist.Mr.
I I ~., I iti!irtc d 3rtigrauss
b.fl Aiy, Fcbruary 2411h.
:..lii4ths, city cbuarche.
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Co- i --. t h. oi -u i jt l ii~rl n lecl'C t .We ill.4
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Doiscy's Celi.yt Coffee.

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at It!therfIrd l'tletauratiit.
irS OF GENERAL INTEREST Saturdla.t nraht Vi,- i. i!r.- at-
IgREo BY SUN REPORTERS. l'leti Th* ant "',. al 't:
Smoke "Madi.l in G:sii-s\ till-'" cigars.
,' :.:, :it M ,: < hl \ aintl at () 'N ill'.
| as Happened and What is Go- :,1 .i
1 r Happen- Perscnal and ii., In, rtu-.al j.iu-t r(,.-i.ld :at Ir-
Social Items of the City.
iT 'Ii (-lit.- for two hl ur-- of ianiti.- -
t '. tl. 1ti Thi atri to-
Wy's ODelight Coffee. i. t
gi pictures tonight at Electric \V F rmin, the. truck, r of Archtr,
Am ;- .Il-h il lhg thl li [.11tr4, (Gailltu sltllk'

W ta Im r lI c I at l a Ul Lt; Ir o : .
im-t. i'ure aliile cider delivered to any
- lessons at club rates. Prof. part of the city for one dollar ewr
3 Wolti gallon. N. Franch.-co. Phone u 23.
Ibopened. a kit of fr-.lh mackerel. T x. Si;nh of \Wa;iahtm,,tal oit- ofi
am I & E;rl,. tthi iscicev( -.-fuil plain r.- r of that -.(.
6 J. Clyatt otf Ilun:i lhlc i.- :tllli:oin g ei n. a- a i .i r iao the t ity t.et-,r-
11eitor1 t to iIf, ( t\ < l :,
Yl youi ttrt:iti. oidcr ice S GS Me-rclhatit & Co. for your
r from Mill r & Vidlal seed Irih potatoes', such as Red Illisb,
acy Jumnio fi.ir. f tor tod:It'..* "T iuiiilh. SSpaulding's No 4 -at the.

at G 8. M1erchant & ('o'.
Mak Yearw |Mk friends- in th*' -(it3 .,-terday.v











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Ilprompt it liv.r .
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.1. G. Harrold for all that is good
in fresh meats. Get your order in
early. and include some uf that choice
S'A .-:t ri unittoii.
For first-class cleaniizig and repair-
ing send your clothes to Chas. Ellis.
Not the cheapest, but the beat work.
2;... 1 .::.lill streC l
When In doubt, go here the uer-
ry drummer goes; I4e imarlably se-
Ihcts the bebt. Ae Brown House
meals ar unsurpassed.
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'.% .' V'.'. M.ai:;i ;- rq.t sr.,th.
it II K,,i;nlr.\\ h ft yt .>; r(.Ly for
lia .' ft 'hrn iiin w il IItlil t l.h l- -\t ft'
la1\ ill that r-..tioll h hitting (quail
iPlaink's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure (hillh.. fev .r, colds and lagrilce.
Pri( 2:-c. Sold by W. M. Johnwsn.
SMi l (it lPI' Ml.\stri (of .I.I k1'-,i
',il'lI ha-, a nrrie-d in thli ( it. tii he
pr.e-e-.li at the flt ilh ral o'f her s.i-te r

t. r .1li.-s .Matiie. left yt.terday for
\ il tt twr tlhe'\ will i-it re-la-

Dlr. Andrew Sledd. presidt-ut of the
I'lit.rsitt.. left yesterday for Mi.ami.
Ssc'rt- lite gK('e oll a lu.-iie.-, trill of

Mrs. Frank Atwater of High
Spring. ~ ho has It- in visiting lit
daughter at .Mi:.- T le-au's. should. r-.
turned to her hole yesterday .
.1. 1:. ix. on ai.d wlife of Lake IPut-
lhr arrit-d in the city yesterday to
b i r-c'nt at the funeral str\if i,' oi
thi late M!.-s Rosebud Mixson.
R. I). Rader and '. J. Frei. Students
at the lUnlvercity. left yesterday for
Winter Park. v here they w!l! att *nd
the meeting of the Y. M. C. A. of the
Rollins College boys.
I haie ieciur. d the eserrices of a first.
cla.s tailor and cleaner and am In
plostion to handle all altering,. clean-
ing and repairing. Cbas. Ellis, 223
West Main stret, south.
Mrs. L. C. McCarty of Gulori,. Fla .

Lr- iAUj i I m (li I 11 .1 I"r 9 _. ".- i W. a -t .
I,, ac.. ,, 11. ih- Cit et.,4 rd-l. arrived in the city yesterday and will
h ,u hi .:.l t.e.kl x .-it V- ile h. rt. v-i:it the family of T. It. Ellis. Sr. She
: ii.l:e. ihlol.a.s:>t call at thh- ofltk. I, nl route to her old home at Old
Toin. w here- she will visit friends.
.I T Fl iilii ;i i ronliiiiis t n>r .h-
f Ah. :. t th t Vcgtablces in season and the best
S t of Arch. i wa v ;.I i if th \ .l I
S. l 'ra nI, i> .h truct-ri- toe lIt' founld awiihert. So
I. fi i think of us a hen making up that
-.-* ,I I t1 ,h .l,'lb I Cl t lilli tl l *I"II H g th^ o, 0h h
rd.i temda \ We can lsupiply you
s ; I n all tiin atall. s J. G. llarrold.
Thire is tiothing more refreshing a e, tathu.hek.
than a glass of pure apple cider. I h& o n a o.. thu le
i.',i< l,.r, lafrh & Pond and oth,.r lead-
sell it for 5 cents a glass or one dol- IL, ,o Po o
iin* mak<. llf Ilpanos sold by Ie for
lar et.r gallon. N. Francisco. me
Scash or o iihit-talinimit plan. Se'e me
Sbe-fore, tlou iig. W L Hill. Oet-ra
( (; I (; i.,>. ,, Ar o., r :, a .- iig ltou .t Ituildil.K
Ilh. \t it,.r: t, the t .i.i' .-'.rdat (l:i e .
S : I t .r:., I i iLai iF l V Smith. the. attorney of Alach-
S tIe It I l dl i ;. was a hvilitor to G( int 'sville' Frl-
.- ., II h, i e t it ll altd x l l,.,.hlK
Sdal i He report. thiizigx rather quiet
S. La- 1 II Iii t hat place. o ing to the farriers
N. \I cain l 11 'iin 'iu ll ima->h a a111 ti.iig h usy lireparing their land
r ... i ff I ut lrui ,. lburn or r p ing i le .titiieg
: 1.1 lit -re 'ir 'c hr Thomas'
:1 l lIt I.ro :ir, t Ir Tho ima. I. N a. ~ell a:ind wife will le.ase
". :. (< I! 1 '- t t!v r. .. t rh ,
IOii kl cr, ii- ih, ,,,, tld:t) for li htha!. Ala.. lhe-r- lthe-.
% will Ipe-l'tl i l lh- In,- t fe-w Lt* k.'- li-it
IImgI Wll i r,'lattl e- and frieldc at i their
CNILOREN WNO Alf SICKLY ,h !,1, I,,i i ,: $ ,,"

'. ,,,,I t r. ..! I ,teI -r r ,'i t ae t %I-w I ,,'.et ti. lIh |I t
de1 r '. ,r *I ..lrerl. 'i .i e l' retlo.iah.ei it llr te 'e
S)'i. !. Itr.-.. I < ...d- irr I"vrt. t--i ,. "'hlL i.. n io a-' o r.cTrd of a
.i ,i, t i l' i t t!r 1 .-lir-te r II* .di .--.
A ., .: Ii lot- T tr '. I. li i't te o'(cleg cold ur .i Kril jpe, developing
SI ;. .. ...4., '! U.: tor .
-iIt.. '. ^ ^i A A tri ...r I lit l lt.im ouia af:er lole.y' Honley
.... "- i ; ..t .... .i l.. A I : I ai. ld r has b en taken. aM It cures
'l re .. .. ...- tlne- nio-t obh-t.iiate de-ilp be-nted coughss


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Capital and Surplus, $115,00.00

WANTEL-To buy Japane@s cane for
teed. Any .wrson living between
i.i'.e t.\ hi. lUa .d lit'es tilh le. aiing
:"**o Pr ;ale will addren- t u'l r 'gn-
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Ts Chup Will Not be Counted if Cast After February 6. 1909

Bush & Safford --The Gainesville Sun





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