The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Physical Description:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Published Twic, a Week--Mqnday and Thursday



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SL* Negre Was Drunk and Rlaed Die-
turbtnae When the Marshal
Wert to Arrat HimW.

S m au. I a rh rt form r While attempti d to arrest Will
S o 1 as of a tt tate to poesm Jobhaon, a bad negro who lived at
ad M so ored tt m Hawthorn. o Friday night. Fras er
to *Am a l touted bre Marshall. the marshal of that town.
siJ n a- m ftof Seiede. h mo w was compelled to kill his man.
-- 8 88 bl ae In lmowo w%- The Mnegro had proceeded to fill up
byi if br hl wamn- "boom" and make the usual quiet
h.. mao r All and village one to resemble a mining town
..... on.. e of c of the Wet, whee the omeer ap
"a... m y etrs who proched him to place him under'ar-
iI d rest for his disorderly conduct and
to eaeo thi eity sd do a ..
--_ I t d I= rmerdisturbance on the streets.
Aa re-t .."tee- ty will The negro had just returned from
th ihis home, and was not the kind to
goao" au* e r revenue this submit to arret. He went at the
SSo lWeof 1 than wever oalicer with a vim. trying to get his
k6M e0e tMn0 t* ae me wuas
Om... --rrao The weapon, making a trab for the pistol
on his first dash.
Although a small man, the ofcer
iale Gab h a sma ble extent
amIsn o 0aL rio ble extent ,d grappled with the aseao and was com-
so dow sw.w said "Witpelled to hoot him In the scufle
Swlhich followed to prevent the negro
ko 'aget glat from
from killing him.
s e p A eorer's jury was In session a
Si -... large part of Saturday Investigating
i the witnesses na the aair and after
hb eartng all the Ceidence the officer
nU was turned loos, being justified in
kil ig Johnson.


-The mlatary court yesterday pro-
o\onced forty-ome death sentences, of
Swbhh mime were for recent crimes
Thirty-two of the condemned men
l m"lm ~were strikers in the railrdd troubles
I=iIin r I ir rM IWat0 Mtb The of October. 19I In addition to the
som I dg i ll-A &*tkmn a mild death stence, twelve strikers were
_I --~-o w 'telle who Attorney condemned to Ienal ~wr itude for life
S~e4 tde tofes declared that he forty-liht to lesser ternus of exili
vei ima "t hl bold the ttorey-geer- and thirty-nine were areiuitted.
ad rtoce its ourt and out of Tbhese sentence grew out of the
f1 M l at hor idla lties. discourteales and event of 19 0. when strikers. nuIm
Sdgiatle Ilsmdta." whereto the attorney-general being hundreds and thousand.l
v lhaI. responadd that he was willing to be throughout Russia. aiitt.niptcd to, titi ui
L ibasm hed respoalble, by Mr. Pierce either the whole railway :sv stem. t-l.hKralh
I so t IPtr nhak eot or out of it, for anything he lines and gas anil e.letrit liKht ilanti.
I' w. a~ a hhad Mid or done. The demonstrationls at Y.-k;atrinoiola%
Si als d The eart admonilbed the attorne-y. were ,articularl> (1d -l,-rat.'. iimainl
..uw... Ube- that untles the birkerings a cva-d i|.-r.ouns belinK kill, d and irjuret.d
Mdai b etna members of the bar would flid theu
ig th"at while relIes tLe enforced gul -tsi of the
s "bot leg noeriLf. otIkh me th.n di i.iaimid STRANGE PHENOMENON
a a atioa a in r y ate ipn If l l tIIu t ul'i'i .t tiht
the l-cid-tn cl- s- OFF GEORGIA COAsf
I asked Jtstice When court adj ,urntid for th ,day.
JAl a mympae tetunt.\ I% \tit sttI l i ,,' I, I
rdmer. bht anm 'ta*i d
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awakened the remainder eo de
ers. Al got out of the bwtra
Ing as best they could, meSS
to escape with only their allt
Dr. W. H. Russell and Ma.
were the only ones Injured, l
from Jumping from the m--I
of the building. while Ma
was badly cut about the face
ing to her room to secure h
and as the smoke was s
does not know what she cam a
tact with to cut her face. ID
sell Is suffering from a spralmbl
but does not think that he l
ed any internal injuries. He l
with his night shirt, one Ie
one sock. for all of whleh he
naturedly remarked he was
Mrs. Arnold's loss w o @ -;
neighborhood of $'2.~"O. with
small Insurance of $7A. but a
the furniture was not ral
the flames this amount may ie
creased omne.
Mrs. Truby's kse is sheet
with only 1,900 Insurance. Ok
not decided what she will do W
gard to rebuilding.
Mrs. Arnold has already b"
dered the use of another n I
open up business at once. but u
just at the time is unable '
her future plans. She had p1
great pains and expense la pI
this home and had it Ilit
high-class boarders who we
pleased with the accomnmodatli
the place as a home. Her truat
taking all of her valuable pSa
sa ed.



LEM.AANS. France, Jan. I -Wlbr AI.FI4;Ii N C' liat" -
Wright.the' Ani'rivan %%;rt.. l1ni%.t. .iaiiii c k 'H't l', a wad
lwa4t all I 'F' iutA itroi 'Lnv ro-(-erds 'ho-u- i a -lit i- lid :~t liVew
lit re tlii'. afto-ruaea %%ethia t malcuiaicew ~v'z ehin att Ii:. I
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At an early hoar Saturday morning
re destroyed the ballMng owned by
Mrs. J. H. Truby and run by Mrs.
Arnold as a boarding bouse at the cor-
ner of ast Liberty street and North
Oak avenue, and which was the home
of the owner for many years.
Although the re occurred at 6
o'clock. the alarm was not turned In
until the building was in lames all
over the top, and it was with dli-
culty that the ma4 boarders escaped
from the bulldlng. they all being
asleep at the time.
The first known of the fire was
when the driver for wagon No. I
noticed the smoke and soon the fames.
The alarm was turned In front Ilox
42. which was later added to by one
from 71, which is located on the cor-
ner where the building was burning.
Fire had been started in the kitchen
at the usual hour to prepare the
morning meal. and it was from a
-lark that the building caught, and
was not noticed elen by the cook in
the kitchen until the entire roof was
in flames. and the Alre was eating Its
way into the upper sleeping rooms
when the inmates of the house were
Nearly all of the boarders lot their
clothing and personal effects, but the
greatest loers were A. I. Pooser and
Howard Krause. who practically lost
everything they had In the building.
Miss Poole. a lady teacher of Waldo
who is here taknlu the teachers' ex-
anlutation, was the first one in the
house to discover the fire which had
reached her room. and she quickly

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fer ver sixty year dootors Was Daughter oMHard Working Fam.
ha .edorsed Ayer's Cherry ity who Reside at Pineville.
Peo for Cought, colds, via. Tweive Years Old.
weUk hags, bronchitis, co-
maplion. You can trust a
SYou con tru terom Friday s Ually Sun.
Mlimcle the best doctors I- T, ;little lI.'):r-ot d;iauhter of
prove. Then trust this the Mext W,\m. iHunt. a ihard working farmer
de you havc a hard cough. iho re-tie- at I'in.iivil. ha pip.ind to
o be t atl o a ttmeeor- in accident on .Mlo.d:iy lI t thich
"SOd tfor *Vw *ity yroea ended hebr life suddenly.
She. with other children. was play-
SIn near the well located in the yard
| SAA AtRLU and, child-like, they were leaning over
SIerS S. tlookig In the well when the girl be-
S-1 q '"-m' Ucame overbalancedd and fell a distance
ai 2esam rueini e usai-s of forty feet below the surface of the
Kf ground.
t ben rescued from the well it was
S I Isoon discovered that her neck was
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w r the w m e the etesimmdo eoth
s tKnigh ts Keyrtr. Never. stow the road t
S erea eboo. bi trwbees eh a nre b
Y m h WIs enow evidst at the camp oa
Mmug triKey and Pl seo Key.

e are herd at wort. Five eOl

rt--- Ite.ol o, West by Jauary l r thouh

Ma Der. SO.-Mais LmIBle
H uagse mW the m tkedo are a
S t teen Pl Xas Keywith
MI d t hems P. a r Kyta a and the

Mr. ef Mr i .. rwb added to a
f Mrs. H. A.t l m thv tke returned ito

OW MlasNoaW 1e*mat1e.,le.10, touh

SaA^S11!Mr. med Mr. Gee. 3. P.ckett s ad
.ae; kSm t we r toha aA aNt m a mp to

dr Mal who hav bes very
Mr:"H. Pten b urnd toWlL

aSP 1111111 W. N. Pcktt of Atlanta is spends
S( ag thweO W odays x with hisla renth
SY- -.- L rt

Mr. Mrs. T. L Pickelt.
Oi Ois at Mte tird a. day te me berI
alk b/.m doawh Mr. and

Mr. ad Yr. J. .L rokr n ckil-
p dOnrewsth bs- h i r vSud Ia tMre. amd

o f ur .cLrcUh me ad called eto

SW. Ori of Dut& to to act a pator
& q m rrY t i~ar vintmen g yearr.
111b. TbeM rs.. MI. PekuT..
qd) f18 i J. W.Miller, whosbbeenvery ill.

-a--m frowa. I cros ad deayroable, and r

L "Iae* cae* out of te *t a hot lath poor
SM flow's fault. Its his lver and drents,-
all" '*Rd* Mr. d Mrs. H. A. Pickett.

dO. a s ts that make hird feel eo maerabler
ofar eburhn mot and called Rev.

S h e-beW. cant help beia disagrecable.
for the eniulla yaar.

tTArle ye lai d aer of ien Tta nt
CL-S t f thIat coM~d~U on Then start at once

qISSI asIP to the kideys taktaig lilard's Herbine for your
i6 1pa10rtem fther Myr -the saf, uro aud reliable. ean

-w -r taoe regulator. Sold by W N. John
Shrt aad e rp to K ey for Trial.

*-m: P- Fridays' Dally Suan:
at 3I f AtI@ t Poetmas tr Loeo BUtch. W' the poor

L'- fai. Mi tJ. TI'. ftokes and Depty herandff liar
te d RLs. that make him feel o mm erablem
9 l e e eaiw pssed throt bthe ci disty rdble.

SS*Bi her b.m ne d eA reou t to Cedar oKey. here theo
Sink. I dueed uso as wiadltoa?. The ngart at once
to l WLk lys ith brealr'a in the porore atyour
I ir r J. f. Itr Sata Fe- waj g sren a hearing there

thW. -e geog-ft k a reat last might before Coaam.ionuner Cub
e me61mOn Therea is o rae on record of abu
I isof to bi *. od or la t grippe developia
i V to eatiroly itd pueei l after Vole>' Honey

t* UK Tr hasa bee- taken. a. it curll
-".My .d eu ro.ok so Cn r Key. Mhr, thCo

F dr T e.- P o Se wt The obesrO dCarted
18 8 J. Ol s ub.S S Ie whe ylaen a hriang there
te ma. Z m nt b Ihrly,

Sue-- "r s..,,, .a-s

broken by the fall and dmtn most
have been almost Instantaneous. Aside
from her neck being broken. her
diolders were crshbed and she was
otherwise badly bruised and dis-
The funeral of the girl was held on
Tuesday at t. Peter's ltaptist church
at that place and was largely attended
by the colored people of that section.
It being a settlement almost exclusive-
ly Inhabited by colored people.

The Pure Food Law.
Secretary Wilson says: "One of
the objects of the law In to Inform
the consumer of the presence of cer-
tap harmful drugs tn medicines."
The law requires that the amount of
-hloroform. opium, morphine. and
hther babit-formink drugs be stated
m the label of each bottle. The man-
ifacturers of Chambtrlaln's Cough
Remedy have always claimed that their
remedy did not contain any of these
irugs. and the truth of this claim is
now fully proven. as no mention of
them Is made on the label. This
remedy is not only one of the safest.
hnt one of the best in use for coughs
aid colds. Its value has been proven
oeyoud question during the many
Sears It has been in general use. For
sale by all druggists.

Pew Pastor Arrives.
rem rriday's Dally Sun.
Rev. F. R. Bridges and family ar
r:ved in the city Thursday and will
be stationed here In future. Rev.
Bridge Is the new pastor of the
Methodist church h re for the ent-
*ulng year and he comes to the city
with the highest endorsement of be-
lng a good preacher and a fine church
worker. His family consists of wife
and two children. They were met at
the depot yesterday and accompanied
to the paruonage. thiei future home
by members of the church.

A Religious Author's statement.
For several years I was afflicted
with kidney trouble and last winter
I was suddenly stricken with a severe
pain in my kidneys and was confined
to bed eight days unable to get up
without assistance. My urine t '
tained a thlk white M diment al.., I
passed same frequently day and nigKht
I commenced taking Ftole-y Kidney
Remedy, and the pain ilraduall.
abated and flnall) ceaed and n my
urine becanim normal. I cheerful)
recommend Foule' Kldne.. Renmed.
J. W. McCotllumn & C(o.

Col. Chubb Returns.
('ol Ile,.nr tS Chubb of th*- I 'ited
States land ptcc'r returned ).et'lrda)
from Winter Park. where lie has m-..en
a-ltndin the ipast severall dav' \ l6t
Ing his, funlil uand *I udinK the hli
days. The. (oloniel owns cot- Coide-rahlh
property) in that section and n ioint Ithl
greater part of his timel t litlig hlls
aroer and truck garden,

Fever Sores.
Fe*'.er ,ort'. and old chiloeiii I. ore'
should not be healed entar,.l> but
should be kept in health. condition
This can tw done by apIl> inI Chaumbtr
lain's alat Thls salve ha, nou u
prertor for this puripoae It is alwo
most ercelllent for chapped hand wore
uipples. burns and dlseas e of the
skin 'ur .ale b) all drusgitsa

How hlon ago au It that your store
-or eucerpris--was merely a plan?
With aggrsslve advertising. how laue
before your plan of what it s yet to
b ,,dP-- Im hIIlInd*


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NEW YORK. Dec. 31.-While in a
fIt of Insanity Arthur Trotter. T years
olu. late yesterday killed his aged
mother. Mrs. Ann Trotter. by twhe;d-
ing her with an are and a knife in
her apartments on West Eighteenth
street. Trotter jumped from a second-
story window as the police broke In
the door hut was found onside prac
tically uninjured and them ofered no
reaistence to arrest. He declared 'hat

the end of the world wa
that he had been divilmb
conmitit the crime.
Trotter in said to hav q
frequently with his mNtrt ,
a woman of ;T years. sad d
mIeauis. and onll yestefay,
say. he finished a six m5
term for hbatlni her. He
tonight In their' pycophai

Prof. H. A. Feri d|
From Priday's Dally ra.
Among the very stro a
attending the Educatle l
is Prof. H. A. Ferrell.
Apalachicola High SAeL q
rell is remembered as ea4
emclent Instructors l tth
mer normal last uumma.
scholarship. rare good
affability. combined w it
ecutlve ability. make iM
slnurht after hv school boar

You would not delay
Kidney iemedy at the IAI
kidney or bladder trouble I9
lized that neglect migh 16
Itright's disea.-' or diabeI.
Kidney Re'-i'd) corrects
ties and cures all kidney
disorders. J. W McColle
if you have found a
It is advertised in the Wa

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Capita!, Full
W H. THOMA. Prus.lent
E. D. TI'KNER, Caihier

fCa in 231st, 1881:

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Rev. Nixon OaO I Oalla.
from rrday'a Dally E:
Rev. T. J. Nixoo and his interesting
family left yesterday for their new
bome at Oeala. where they will be
stationed until the next meeting of the
conference, which will be held next
December. During their residence
here of four year both he and hip
family have endeared themsnelhe to
the people of Gainesville and they
were loath to give them up. but the
loo- to this city will be Ocala's gain.

Many little lfves have been saved
by Foley's Honey and Tar. for coughs.
colds. croup and whooping cough. It
is the only safe remedy for infants
ai:d children as it contains no opiates
,r other narcotic drugs, and children,
like Foley's Honey and Tar. Careful
mothers keep a bottle in the bouse
Refuse substitutes. J. W. McColluin
& Co.

Paierp $75,000-00


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IPv : .v "'VIL L.: iA'N: JANUARY 4. 1909

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F. A. liathaway of Ordo Eleced Presi-

lg--Next meeting at DeLd.

ew'sI Dally sum:
ld itkon was called to order
p--ent. Pr. W. H. Rusa-'ll.
.L I. Collier offered the op en

rr Car of Marion county read a
*"Needed Library l.Id.Il.&
SFda.". On motion of Prof
Sipaper was referred to a
of three. ith retlunst t,
ar Iig the next meeti"t of t!ih
pW-rlatendcnt and hlWh school
l o. Committee: lrinson of
l, aley of Alachua and Tuck-

I ary Apthorp. librarian of
pmale College. read a pIaper
al Reference ULbrary Meani
Students. "
ij C. H. Heatwole of the College
11mf read the "Deciaralions
SAdopted by the National

the' a.sociatlon was the s#,peech of
irof c(rr nonilnating Prof.
* r t', i rId-ln<~ c of the. a-'.( iat ontl
Ir.': ('* -- .;:l', r,+. L+.*14.. along e,.lu'at toiial linl-!-
)oth ini Alachtia critity anid tht State.
under thlie ai' iiilit ratiin if l'rol
heat1s Irof. She.ats,,d '.,t u-,
of his name for office, preferring to
work in the ranks.
Night Sesion.
The asocliation convened at 8
o'clock. Rev. 8. II. Rogers d.ellered
the invocation.
After a musical selrctlon. Dr. Van
Sickle. sulerlntendent of city schools.
Ilaltimore. %d.. delivered a lecture
on "Provision for Exceptionally Capa
ble Children In the Public Schools.'
lie handled his subject in a masterly
manner, and the lecture was one of
the treats of the meeting.

S3ull Byrd read a paper on Relumtion of Thanks.
Science in the Public The following preamble and resolu-
SOa a mloti of Prof. Cassels tion was unanimously adopted:
was adopted. Whereas. We. the members of the
I2Bts read a paper on "Agrt Plortla Educational Association. In
t Public Schools." On mo convention assembled, have been the
of Pfot. Sheets this paper was recipients of the unbounded hospital-
l r publeatioo an the daily ity of the good citizens of the city of
Gaines ille. be it
I Co adjourned till 2 p. m. Resolved. Int. That we express our
Aftomolen Seaaion. hearty appreciation for the cordial
S d arp the asoc o manner that we have been received
2 'dlock sharp the association,
Sdud to order by President Rus~ and ent retained.
I Resolved. 2nd. That we especially
S. N. Hyde of Tampa read a desire to tha&tk the president and
rn seklf Culture." facrlty of the I'nitervly. the county
ape on "Music in Public uti'trintendent and others .for many
Swas read by Miss Madeline court.e-.s .xt.ld. d.
SResolved. 3rd. That we express our
t iy Sperintendent R. E. Hall ali..r.cation to I)r. Russell for the
-il read a paper on "Some able and impartial manner in which
lf the Ufe of a Florida Super- ne has presided over the con mention.
il..: RResolve-d. 4th. That we thank thir
C 1radi offered the following xecutih' conimitt-e. the Honorable
-.:. State Superi:ntendent. and all other?;
The, h Constitutionofor-A who have helwied in any wav towardul.
The onsit n of l- this. one of the most successful of our
lnts the local school levy to
.. tK-iatloin-
mills by the county and three.i
llResolved. 5th. That Se extend our
I the sub-district: and hearty thanks to hotel prolprietors and
SSome sub-ditricts need railroad omclals for the reduced rates
Money and are willing to le% y
O tax for building juri). -'- lt. solied, fth. That we strongly ap-
ll+ll*^ irr<>, .-T,-r. t i;, ,'"t !,'tw f ".*A ri ;.I
l Itresolved. That thl. Florida Eli tIr,'" a.F o.. f ti .uil,j.'. (,, be
Association heartll endor t-1' l tgll t il th,. Iiil i ..rc ,..ol al ,i 11. t
insdment to te o ,,"titutlon of l,. tender our thanks to l're.identi
pernlitting special .,-thoo .'. l- .. .rhr..e of t \(iWairainll ('.Ils.* f ,o
to levy. by a ote, of the I- o-',i hi able,. al r on th!it slubj.ct.
as additional ta.x. n ot to *,xt-ed .1 \V)It \ .'N
mills, for building ;t and ei uipill It -I:'l':(.
school hour-.' ('Co ilitt'.e on olt.oi'o.l
|L fesolutlon was ado'ted 1 t .t. .
SIOa1eo0ltIton weas ad ot,.,. The, report of th-' tfinaincial 'o nlllit
l 111Mociation entered lnto the t. r Ai
,,.. wax reaid amls ;i aili|t,'t. after wlhiih
of olcern for the ensuing a SllIci'i r id I ti. (
Swith the following results:
AP. Hathaway. president; MIhS Ida ('lrl i 1 ill ,
V*IUMk Vice-president J. T. l0a- ( ;.* -
4 lasata Rosa. s..cretary; Lillian
Jl~ayI tr"aiur,.r Every Mother
Ilbelve committee-n.B. Lane, I. tr should be worried when the
I L Metcalf (; \ Te.ddel r, lel, l ei*'s hae" a ,ouigh (or (olii. It
=I5l. T. I). ('ili. may lead to rioup or il-'urisy or pn-ti
S d&W was selected au the next timlllia th't to, -,'tiwlhii; in ro .-ri
t i tf ting l i Itallardl'. lire'houid S ruli will
o aUliation then adjourned to 'mre the' "troiulil' at once-. anl d l ~''
the l'ni.r.-itv- .*i omlillicat'im Sold \v W 11
t of the touching Inorll'-, t ef ) in-on)ll


P il Service WIll Be Over the A. i. Zetrouer Increases Hi Cattle
SBell Lines. Interests at Rochelle
1 u ay's Dally Sun: A, ,f spring I '.t, -. rn,
Sthe arrai,,,ll.- nt r.-.e tli an .- i tI "'s, Ths1" 11 *1. s Ni -
1111 **1* th. .S ,uth, 11. l ll T*lh ""lo -11, .l ..1 11W, ll" tlm k to A I
Jle )asI ati, tl.e :.-l 'I1n"l. /.t t1 1* I' l ll whe h *1i "
ll-ilCy ooln>m ,,n. h. -, ne w i,, h., r,,o. v ,, f i, a.I I, h, th.n .... ,=,
i I thi. ( V 0 belal IL il. r. ,i t u I,.i l I i' wU lI p. l.. I
W, iU tu11 ..n % .l hr wil' l tI il.*1 wr IIJ t h. *' i
^ "- lrl 1publi-h. I .,i I t1 1 w 1I. ,.1 'l .,, \I Z,* troiu. ,

1 SC1mmb~ 'Is I'ashaIti- fli

4L*4 Remde for Le Grippe.
118114 1 r ip,.,. t ctligla, 1tha l,,A%

latnd PiafiSnJis luncat-
"A strftgtheueud. Slid A
Otilitig I* quickly awert
rul eohYs Homey and Tar
Fetka.. w mcCul

6cintfifc S6panking
(1-1 le al -NIA ,t111.11' It e I' *I;,

i -.I I 1.0s x s m l hv 1114111
ceO ~ ~ 0 e.l tlI 1%5In' il
-Ili* I %to M a

C.11 I I I I -1.1 tIt'e-IllIUx.I g e lit 4 4I i- I A 1uffo-I frijll 'A ke IIi-
5 h14h ks-k pIt laUtigi')awiae di-m all
Itit, tIIs.. PleasanLi to take-fur' ILI
'I. action Price 51 ceus Ssold by
w U. Jubw -1

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1I W A Whit lire--The New
4 uith Miltoni liigh LShool
12 RItOert Tucker -Spartacus to
(;ladlatort --JeffermIrM Collegiate Instl-

:1. (George R. Wolf The Chariot
IHa1 Fernlal'dnla Illgh Sk'hool
It bai Ir.inlasll A n the .Msxma
I'. l..&k. I.i 1 I 1i. 1 S 114. 0Al.
S (;*.or L:r l.amIai r W\\'. l-tf.r i I ,e
I, i H i, lG -, ;.1d- 1 it (', a InIv gllKh
A 1( 14 11
1 (t Iilln of JiiKuge' and awardilng of
IIr.I'l.- by Ir Aindrew Sl.-ddi
"'I l' lhu il t i' rh lr ramn of tihe' State
Tle it thei r-' As- o "i;titll it lid the ll.-'t
IgK ailJ)', iirl i4

Too Much Face.
Y',uO fs I i I eI % h-a' d ,i-" flal. c toe
Sjaii. w% l 11t \ ou laIr l tilIurlgl lt c il't
oeU' Sl -t I, ls- lfi0 t %.4)u -) lSatV llt*ld
It but gel rid ot the lliurulgla t)
|i1+I 5II ll allard Slnow LiullllUit
Fluat thihlng the surid for rhbu
maatiu., neuralla. burns, cuts, scalds.
tame back ad all pains. SoU by W.
j. Jobase.
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First Prize Won by Robert Tucker of
Monticello. Second by Ralph
Rather of St. Petersburg.

From Saturday' Dally Sun:
Thei co ntist f 'he Flh.ridla As-ociation to the ,of the high school of Florid.
:)ok place at the- Talwrniacle e-ter-
lay morning under the aurSice'S of
hel F'lorida klducatlonal Association.
)ut of the fiftt-,n appllicants for a
.*lace in the contest thirteen were
resentt and resmlonded. Of the.'e.
hree- wsere young ladlhs and ten were
voting men. TheM' young -n-olpe pr-
wented a fine appearance as they were
irranLged on the stage, and the man-
ner in which each acquitted himself
)r herself was a surprise even to
those who expected much.
If these young people are a sample
of the product which the high schools
of Florida are now turning out, these
schools deserve State aid, the constl-
tution to the contrary notwithstand-
Ing. The effects of the contest were
inspiring and some of the audience
were moved to tears by the joyous
feelings of patriotism and State
pride aroused by the occasion. If any
remained away thinking that this,
would be a dry fair their mistake
caused them to miss one of the most
*nIjoyable exe+rcises of the week.
1)r. 81idd. Ir. Heatwole and Rev.
iisKulI were kt-lected as judges. Dr.
KusM.llI Ipresided and called the co-
,. LaUits I, their numbers on the pro-
tram. The judges rendered their de-
ciion In favor of number twelve for
flrst medal and number four for sec-
mnd medal. After the decision was
announced Dr. Sledd delivered the
me-dals in a brief hut appropriate
.4peech. saying that the medals were
the least of the rewards of such a con-

The Florida Press Association de-
-erves the praises and thanks of
,every ier"on In Florida who is Inter-
ested in the development of the ora-
torlal powers of the Vyolrpn people of
our State. May they be encouraged
by the great succe"cs of this first con-
test tot continue to offer these medals
froni year to year. Who can e'stimatel
the manifold results that will surely
ictrue there-froml' The greatei-t. ef-
"'ct- will Irolb;lls het the reflex ef-
*c'<(t in di tvlloplg a gReneral edutat lon
1l e'i"thul-ia-mi.
l:i.low is wi'ien a program of the
enlt-t Nunil'rs eleveu and thir-
lell Wre tho(e not present.
I (; r:rad. Iturton-The New
.-',.t.;i leS.Se,t lliigh School.
2. Mildre'd I.,.' Mr Trivers Firlst
lH unl t t(> n.0', ir.' i ".. l ...
3:. luli.s SiuegKiger-ingeraoll at
Toli)b of Nai dHleon-SuliUiiuerlin Inslti

4 Rialjih Irather The Ne\w South
--*St Pl'eter.hurg lligh School.
:.. lla-il slrass Fight With the
4AiIroih h-I ,,I h I li gI h lSchool.l
;* Thiani Pl'ruitt A Nic'he the
li hl. Il l..onii ligh School
7 Ialla.. ItowTr- T'he Patriot and
Tr;oitor (;Ic ill-. liaKh Scho^ol
C (' \ Sw **. Ik.ealhhed of,
,li !* N.lie \\'hinikr .A tle Moon
R,,.-. -Pihllta (iordi ligh School.
1e Frrink IIlaiiiaiin The New South
i-- ;i lHiKh S. he,', l

New rntalo for the erning -MM pml < 1 nL
Not, Fort and Onmamental ty mwi bld -. -
PalmM, FPrm amd other. NIlD OB IT. : x: a


BW d fAuhmt.


The First IatiMal


At Clse of Bi"m- N4
Loans .............$ 42.673.17
Oe.-rdrafts ......... 277.42
U. 8. Ikmods........ 25,000.00
Real Estate. Furni-
ture and Fixtures 7.197.34
Cash aud Exchause 47.352.33

I)IRE or

C. A. Williams J. W. Robert
T. W. hands. Wa. R. Steel
J. W. Bishop. J. C. Biabop.

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nwemIbr IMtl ow

Calptal Stoek....I$ S.001.4
Undlvlded ProASt 1,MI6.
Circulating Notes 5.90.M
Depolsts......... 45.9T1.
Caksir's Checks. 113M
Uoods Borrowed. WMA



C. A. Vmbsh
0. W. MOu SN

Oldest Whiskey House in South
Pwr* UGo* .li Ewe. by th1 er.
Jloe. ..... ..... .aI ..... r 0
4fn4 151 ima .... ..
Waxg IOs w.M
Pur. I~oham veal" E*.
and klouw. bI y trnl

11'r- and UL&9&&6wf
a LWII@. 1s. kothe galkua
L4matqsaum .................3
L'rS ,, wiv~Ul aM
&&rprom Pgovew

Web &Wd a.t, by h og&AfQ 0
4 fulislumt....

['101 k*. 14 5 II' !) II% AREA( AH? *.'l % 1A~) 01.1)
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The Altmayer & Flatau Liquor Cb.
7M 7tX, 74. 73 West Bay Street


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TM Mi" Too E nowawmemh 4 wbia hml b
In no hbr ovtv 90yoawn& b benme the '--dga
a m bwe beese madeui ) Us
nowl &=*a vbln sue 0 he -t '"

AU Counatcrfcet, Ittade t J ogod" m b
Expwrle thnat thlat it a *w!ag r the bommf 4t
f~r mm F~m-3zw -ai nm ZZPWIh -L ._

What Is CASTORIA_, ba bainl ~ bell 0sr jCU.
guele, Drops s and Seetv I4;t Is Iir R A

a" me br Opv l it cum- a"
Sw" lin ts geI tIMws~e t nV1

a" lo, y.ItainmIingn s ePed qM
a"m mDOWW% O fthb*Mfta" se" m



The KndYON ae~w

In Urn For Over so Yw
C-'k ind~l~U w mminb

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3 f,. pAT | wa The Cause of Many
lo ftF"" m or.,,, 1h*00, ON Sudden
S T. fgty u~ n *t. WT le There i" a 1i '. C rrailiag hIs
Ba....-y it- n m st vtf I eo*.ras so
*se,-- m to .e tow* a t Wa for mea. TOM S.TseAN PLAYS AD AT M S t

Mep is th d ot 1 at 3:1 T eleek n -r I*. fail
-- am *damler *W --m sM e* *s t w t i ,,-.,-t f,,ila
Dba', tim eoiamsteing pm T. e I belys oedere*d Wenl ShiWrW P@tnet AP th rA,
o MUG A rtie dns of Waldo. .. pered on S ene.-Was Pined $ t .f
&Is NOw ad Mr. Dessamt T. uty of Val h fo- Itr:l,,,

.,884 s im&- -I. v.
T .e chrch had been beautifully -" I ,;,., ,,1 M, t",Dvt

se sMa p at .l o cuh ofr lvelyr EXTENI) ( Py'- Dairrtlglb y Sun:t Iit rt( thee "l"17.1ti. it,
pat.. 5at1"abullbanthe loely EXT NDS ofx as a.Tom lrisban. a negro who re~ides a ,i n 1 1 -t, .,,
m ver arebed tby burning can MENTS ( i TF TlE SEAS( )N It Iatlnei a vine in what I known 1.t lali. tl,,t ;,t:elf i sa l
agg, evere of holly gracefully as the "Aley." became "bad" on Fr- froim al a.,. It;1, f ki*d
SSe osidelto side. I holly the centerTully I1 MANY FRLENIS day night, and a result be will now at t: t, an
elwM ug a de to se. lar e tohe center do time for the city for the nest "n1 ':t .i. t*, r'i
ig I uhes lroet"oquet of AN) CUST eMER : : :thirty days. unless his friends suc'eedA" t :.'. ,', amp-g
ggIuw a ldag D overarching the win- in raising the money for his release. It're t. '. ;, n
c overed With e _ri-a Iribn, ban. as In his custom, proceed- lahcliIg ii1 .: ad.
[i gt eas ne r Thaw*e h waso darkened..d T. W. 9norS, Pit l ed to get too much "boose" and went conie t:lt s tn it r
l o r i.Hr a Tmels e sgave it light., thus WIMd -N'- home, when be wanted to whip his ,p: t o. .. h t
_-1-.. e a.... ..uL hding. the dea .ert wife and children, besides break up n ht. ei t eI
ChA g everything they had in the house, and effect of I.-mawl. P,..t I MA
g. of *1 *Md at. : *.thbal Fa ird4 his repeated threats and whippings of It stinds the h:;hi t t, 'nrt
progtlwd aIt 3: --et which th __ the woman caused her to have a war. cures of the mn-ti .I'.t in caes.
PaeInd ar t ueat int st witch oerG AT I H S PRING rant sworn out for his arrest Swaold b- ll dtmolt a taty
Sto is o ep wDDINGAT HIGH SPRINGS. arsh Alrnow and Policeman -doklA.r ,i/ ,: ,t n:day-
Il M S LL totheUm Mabl R a Mr..ILOwens visited the seee, but the pris- .samnple 1oft- ,f thlt aU plt2rful newam
.. lsl a rs the" *aeb the MissM Mabel Rgers and Mr. c M owner lmew of their comais and had eaovey an1 o .ak t i ,h t tels all aw
B BieKinney Jgin e S securely hastened himself i i e b of the tr Wa A4I.r A
11m11 b1 10 111 ofoLA HIGH SPRINGS, a., Jan 2.-A the rooms and declared that he had writing ntiton rtaliig this .
by,.r.11 11 1 1 P. MPa h e beatihful home wedding occurred to his repeating seI gun there sad ofert in this psl-r. lkin't make
8 onbHigh S1prings On 3n0 at 1:30, woMd kill the r&et 0 that attempted Rtake, butremels.-r the nae.,
W~ of so1d w iteI when Miss Maibel Ro re daughter to come to h b. Laddess, Bnghe m4n6t .. ., o Weni
,,,, i. "of Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Rodgers. be- S herif Fennell arrived ce the scene botle
6Ma... 4lif l o at ea the bride of Mr. B. B. McKin- shortlyy afterwards sad the negro -
ebWANme61100a of Graham. Rev. S. B. Rogers readily gave up. declaring he would ROCKY POINT SCHOOL
01...,,641 MNo i lbw e N of Gaine eville performed the ceremony surrender to the high sheriff bt to
UMt alo t Ia a beautiful and ImpressIve man- so other. It was well that the~ shed Treats People to atereooting Chro
avow', agl w fl d Mtin mer. Miss Maode Thomas played did happen alang, the city odia a ntertai
owAI. I, l D on.b iodDle Moedelheoba's Wedding March and were preparing to take the gro, re- (Mrs. T. McDoead.)
M M** d t M s *- t s, *W e* dlag the ceremony rendered gardless of his threats. The follow g program was easd.
o e aNt Mi eM re e "eants sad Flowers" l soft sad Brisbgh had ise toeded os breaking ed by the Rocky Pogll( Sunday ct
i ~sm 1 i WNW & b ft *0le3ftlovely strains. The caly attendants some furniture, sumahaag a few pie- o aDecemberr26,;19IS:
aIM be" A ng a flmn dw w"f h.Wly & were Miss wcarboreof White Springs ture and had taken the doors of Marchin song- ol
I. M *te g Wd Mr. Charge McKimney as Waldo. their hinges o nearly all of the rooms Addres- Jobn Sam Crown.
,P..o. a After the ceremony lovely refresh- to his house before the arrival of the ADlogue, "Our Kn Sar-oys of l
-d pw*. Dialogue, "Our King"--Boys of Id
......, ut.. mats were served. The decorations offers. fat class.
00400.bu -o -MN o-f were beautifl, the bome being trans Mayor Davs assessed a imne of $25 Dialogue, Christmas G.r-
a formed d MiInto a scene from fairyland and costs or ehirty days and not ha-, | ectant class.
o fi with palmetto, evergreens, holly and lag the money be will be compelled to Recitationfa -Erlnt ely.
A MM. @g w geekts wei Mr. A potted plants. The outof-town guests do the time. Re.ltation--Oliver Crown.
%W' by were Mrs. Holetets of Gat esvillle, and r "Welcome the KIN"-Schel.
W" oW CO-'M ii e, iMrsde So ngnteet oamt on Va-, % SWelcome the King~-SchsL
W 0 o woMrs. Dink ns of ampton. Mi~s Scar- Obituary. Dialogue, "'Starlight" Alice Crow,
Lsa" J. m. TCC bom ero of White 8prsl and Mr. Me- He giveth His beloved sleep." Armena Smith. Janie Darby, Jeale
L"' of g g d VMadi al., aed Klamey of Waldo. Psalm 127, 2. Crown.
lwe..... I ~. a k The bride hras ot been rlsidei t Mrs. M. W. Willis died at her home alosue. "The Mlo ,rn Wise Ms"
"'"**m**& Shg t t a w Mll of this town very long, but In this Monday, December 2, 1908. -Gilt wrt Glea.on. De A. Smith, VTm
1"s a 11 h1 10 oe arty fbe short time has endeared herself to all She leaves a husband and two chil- Taylor. Edwin Melknald.
4ae_ *"s hie, wheu stead Rev. 8. B. who know her. sad many heartfelt dren. Hugh and Marie, to mourn for R.oitatiou-Neille ('rown.
9 M of P. who per- wishes for her future hap piness will a devoted wife and a loving mother. Iecitation (ilbtrt leaslon.
f;th, ,e nm ag remray. using so with her from her devoted High while n Virginia a father and two Recitation-Arrena;y Snlith
: w ebome st" In seaveO.Springs laieI dp. The groom is t brothers will hear of her death wite Song. The lethl. t-:. Hahe"-i-
t r jW was ba tetllgy own ed young man of fine character. highly saddened hearts. fant clats.
SA w t f3 B idero mit oaf Cepahagen blue esteeme.d by all who Ipow him. All that a kind and loving husband. Recitation Walter Crown.
|a*tO a wh dt a ada eaeruepd a very hand- h reet were numerous a nd **ekiliful physicians, and sympathetic Racitatin -Martha Tallor.
m ba t f ktdofbr oses, ishower- hand one. friends could do to restore her to Re citation-Kate Crown.
*" de ll ad v ia, s s ebo4 y. Tle bride and groom left imme- health or make her last days comfort Duet song. "Who re i2 li; -Kat
Mw I b.mO m of t haoor was beautifully diately for Oainesville. where they able and pleasant, was done. So Crown. Martha Ta) lor. lenr) GleitsOl
S10 1 1 I ssde dIn d a m he .sa m color will remain for a few days before prom niany long months she was ill. and Walter Crownii ad othe-rs.
b d m &U41 .~ crd a boq eceeding to their future home though her suffering was Intense she Recitation Annie Taylor.
1Q brMesomeM romesI always had a sweet smile and a kind Recitation- l-hury (*, i ,,n
The oilof-towa guests were Misses The habit of inwering ads. that word for those about her. Rritation-T.,yler ('ro".,
b m m eth and Susie Morgan of Val- appeal to y is one that will keep Her patience was a marvel to her Recitation-Arrena Smith.
di a. Ga.. cousins of the bride; VOW int*eted I the litfe 7 5e ilt- friends, and with a spirit of religna- kong, "Glorious Christmas"'-SchooL
Miss Sue Simpson sad Mrs. 8. B. Rag- hac. Cad puos5ernme tion which we could hardly under- Re-itatios. Mb Iwl Me IIemail
615 of Gslesevllle. Va.; Miss aname stand .he bore the pain without a I-citation Will ('r,,wn.
Iarby sad Judge Gentry of South murmur. The funeral serviee.. were Reitation Roia ('rt'?'
ClaM; Mr. Bently. father of the held at the grcae in ivergreen ceme- Solo and chorus. "'hat I. the
_em, o Valdwsta, Ga.; Mrs. M'ake :ery. Mr. Rogers, who knows ho well oukg?"'---'hra hMcou1nahl a,, others .
eOs sad Mis Wilcos of McRe.. Ga. how to comfort the bereaved. con Et.a. "TI.,, I't l.t h ,-t ..aI."-- -
There were many handsome pies- ducted the services. "lad. Kindl. (. Crown. .Jr
Seats, wteh eame as an expression of I.ight." her favorite hymn. was sung Recitation Anurh. ('rown.
the esteem in which the young cou- and then the grave was covered with Recitation -Minnie' ('r,.lwn
pie are held. beautiful flowers. When we think Recitation-- Flo.ih. ('rowie.
The grooms present to the bride how sh. longed for death to come. and R,,itation George seasonl
was especially beautiful and appro- was even anxilously awaiting the time. orig. "Christmas Coro atioUn-
Sitelo, befall a eamrt ot peoreIs. la tie it seems as if we can bear her say School.
eater of which was a four-leaf clover Our jewelry wlaaring deiiartumat with the poet: After this ye ry inter .- thig ih~
Swith dam is equipped in every way to pmke -l "'And. friends, dear friends, a beautiful tr,.., de,-orate d aSIl I hd.
Maty telegrtas of Oongratolatio broken articles of jewelry an good e Whben it shall be with good thing. by I,, ,. .., rs.
came, durngthe day from friends is w. In man, case or careflI ,-. That this low breath is gone from me,. was ,triple-d of it. I,.r: ,,

,Vt !*I* heyu dis et- pairing make- better than new Ie- And round my bier ye come to wee.p The. t.achher were r, i o
The yoa couple left oa the north- tcauwsr t wek point, an tr*tnngtbn- IA1t one, n,-t loving of you all. hai.d., .Lie pre.s", nfsr *' 'r i .t
SboWd trala for JekamsoavlUe sld a Lr e sothat bnakinal aain i plrat- say.'Not a tear must o'er her fall. alnil e.ah ,hild re, e '*:
Spola. m aowrs ot rrice am et- cailylinpos ible. ie gi.eth His beloved slep of lofv frou it t.t h, r 'I I
p onts amde* Th*wr foitare o i iUN l Mi(lt 4 M ATTIE HART. prour tih. ai, :.
be Valdost. Ga. W -- kMy I'o.t Hun. mda h r.
Ot I R w Mr. J. -^. i Arlli,' (Ga.-kiAr.. a uegro onian if d-red. and -er%. inim h of t 1th
IOn Friday last wil e Mr. J. Rrpi i lack..itvilI.. in the county bon ddue- to their 111,(.ir 11
GOranv and Dr. GeOorl Duane were i sI pital -h,-:'" fr. o'clock Sunda.i 'e. lk. r iho t. 1 o I
out hbutg about twelve mlles ouitb afte-rnoon from the- effects of a ph nat in our do w r
I'T od town their dog. a lne Gordon set- t afl ,r fromund to ha eft of a inflict t in ur id ry mu h
Ster, webhh Dr. Dane brought dowu o 1. tff. of that lac e .
Switch hbim f a South Carolina was We garan,. ti-f ctr, ,rk iu h a after th "Wat ade. bri r
struck by a Ige rattle.nake ana d a i c''dryJ calr- aI tur Il rlear n hiOh-im ,l- huotlll. Illn'. I "Want" ads. brlnA V not
o 11d, only fuWartueu minute r eaisillg br tha ii ,'often ak-e or lditl. %ork by then iota.- ,.
from t the Ue e wa bitterly until he
died. The dos was an ullusuallt lue t N" t in JI'w The Salbativu Army is lereparing to
Setter, and Dr Duunle regri-tied \'r\A
mlh to lo lose him Kis ir anlc Ca l ? I u ll a ,,tri,, -,tur, bric,,.k building ,,,
aIk~ck on' \lll It is the lrate- toll n te,
sette. hi th. I,ulhllding ritallt A himo" uu
Walter Casmpbell. a 1-year-old b ,) d)tiotuin for Intin.lllg ili|l|| quatI.r-t **W'T'1
of laurel 11111. was badil ilnurJ d for t Mtrr hotel fr wrkne a
Saturday wheb a twrulselrh ctno d (J11fm fl 110ar a cities* for heap b at d tABeII
cracker exploded Im his baudi. tearing The builling t cdiI ost about $1,uoV i' ,a-,' '
both almost W to reds. Dan Hart Jew ers- -- BS .i.
Y eof the ain place was teilarly In. Isf ltm orth moree to waoseose aae ltai Cgai Ir
) -i e as her later. haul his thumb ES than to you-o matter what I -t a- .1
a_ sd oevd eral a s tuog r asway a want ad will be a good investueawt

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k Sun $1 a yar;

n; single copies, Sc.
311-2 L at Gaies-

i i an lld*, ThwrOday

SIAiY EdKtolkr and MWor.

B of g..becriptlon.
1pTo-a*^ek Pun $1 a year;
oft.,; single copies, Sc.

Weltad Io cents for each

ggj-rt--eenlts for three.
oaths at special rates.
Bbed apon application.
-D death notices inserted
5 cents a line.

&e Clshbing List
-a The Thrice-a-Week
Vi M mae yewar......
-I The Atlanta (Ga.)
SQ-it ri on e year. 1.75
The Atlanta (Ga.)
Journal ooe year 1.50
d The Semi-Weekly
e year ....... 1.50

ii ot accept rtamps of
than 2 centa.

n-t Bow be sold to
a ros In the same build-

Jlsuty remains in the dry
b wet and dry election lat
a lad-llide for the pro-
i vote being about 6 to

i ftal's new State-wide
law went Into effect on
L The moonshinerss" will
im iereased business and
to the mountains will be

MbAm Its Free Baptists
with the regular Baptist
The differences exist-
the two organizations
I t where the New Testa-
Sthem-"to the teachings
a-gmrels, under the guidance
b Spirit.'

National headquarters
pi-ned In Chicago. with
W liam Hayward In charge.
i Laugrate the policy of a
Campaign. The Chicago
will co-ol0rate with
I I county organizatioLns
the country.

m mbers of the Internal Im-
Sard have so tied Gover-
M irt hands that the Ever-
6li0ae schewle will have to
Upd pon the present ex-
I las some of those gentle-
IN t It where the chicken got
SWhb they &ak for r-e lection,

iMBat State of Alabama is now
UI l alao MNi sitaippl. If the
SM aus scessful In 19Y0 as
r m l 1908 the entire South
h7 la 1910, with the exception
where State-wide problbli
tm Ssa Wsibly go into elect un-
it general election in No-
,. 1916.

BaLTvilUle 8un has gr.eete'd its
awety-Ave time s wth "niir'rry
Sand it is the earine'sT hli,,
JYbnal that it will continueul
) tlag year after 'cear till
il earth shall ipass aswa -
IL** Journal. Thank-'. Itreo
The editor of Tihe Suin li now1 I

Sthe forty eighth nulrl) 'ct.
>5 hp to tbe here wshe il Th"'i
imIas its flfti.t-h anllimi
S tWst that ou will It' he-ir.
the ox. a-il a witli u-

iO elaity of Mllllt..1,oa sill
S ra include III Jiim facul )
"ierer 6 a),.tra of aCg thus
S l)arg
I N ru the limit eat b). lr
lo aLltive and ul Ulul lif*' T"Le.
S *kou ouf Ithe forute.r Jubha

P Wtag ltcratw, IC Ui. ) Liie'-
L inbL but.r- tiebll Mid pulitidli
a4 a* result of th. iiet-Jr ti
SU the 0G1,-r thea.rierl,e Ithe
( ^ talI 'ftt fhe. I alc i t,..i of
l i uld ,rfi.r swill le.-.
S ct n of a i th I .ard

alc" id througlhoutl te.
a s ll b eni ber uf Ilue ft.' t. l
i e. "ialeraed r n r& poiu
laWidere. atbi.


'A friend statids at the door.
In either tight-cl,'ed hand
Hiding rich gifts. three. hundred ant
three srorre;
Waiting to strews them. daill. -o'er the
Even as the sower.
Each dropl,. h, treats it In, and pases
I ;
It cannot iw nlathl' fruitful till It dl,

"Frhndl. ccnii, thou like'a friend
And whether brighlt thy face..
(r dinm sith clouds we can nt,. ctni
I rc-helial
We' II hold our patient hands. each inl
hi- Iplac'e.
And trust thee to the end;
Ki t ic l thou 1h' ati#--t onward% tci those.,'
Where there are' nlether days. nor
monItho. nor years
Miie Mulhk. in this b* autiful ipoe'ni
gives our id.ea;s l'Itter than we can
,.xpre,.s them. Tihe idea of each da.'
being a gift. hidden from us ttuntil its
hour conie,. is a pretty thought. So
many gifts. so much time to use for
either profit or loss. and so man.y
handM are held out eagerly for the
coming days. looking for them to
bring happllnes. or gain of some kind.
The spirit sometimes grows faint be-
fore the unknown future. consequent.
ly it is enough to take one day at a
;Ime and try to make that good. It
Ib hard enough, even then, and some-
times It Is best to go hour by hour.
3ne day at a time is the secret of
every noble life. "One day at a time.
taken up bravely, with its duties faith-
fully done as they come. Its trials pa-
tiently borne. its temptations firmly
resisted, Its cross cheerfully carried.
Its Joys rightly used, and Its gladness
gathered from every hour as It passes
on." Instead of making many resolu-
tlonsa't the first of the year to be
quickly broken, let us strive to meet
-tch day bravely, and take what it
brings unquetlonlnglv.
"Oh. hang some lamp-like hope.
Above the unknown way,
Kind year. to give our spirit freer
And our hands strength to work while
it i day."


PW- .

A gentle zephyr wafted the follow-
ing resolutions Into our anctum:
I resolve the following year that I
will not drink any, unleecss I am dry-
verv dry
That I will let people mind their

own business and assist tbes# all I

That 1 will agree to obey my su-
Ierro rs. If I have' any.
'hat I wil .Il% a e.- ftrgi'.' Ii,. en'%
mi*u e i-.- iI'all\I thoi-, I lli 'I whipk.
T'hat I will sti'i'' te I in illoe. and
ch-larit\ with nim neilmhl.tor. if II e'*' I
shall ie'-il limi ll t(o Iac'k itnl upI' in s~ eli
iilrsui't of life ti (comliing i ar
That I sill sul,.scrite foir this palw 'r
and plomlltly lat feor Ithe iw-ai'*
That I will trade- at home-l alid ir\
and ge(t lack crme of the money I
-quand'rc-dl br;iladtr; tlhe It Ia-t ar

W ei i-ld to tI e l. ,iil of Ti ; 1 lit'e-
ile- Sun tlll.t at iih s '.lwa i 1 '. 1ee ..
thel railroadd 'colnlllmiion.i. tut IImust in-
ist that that does not ipro\'e that 'he-
('coimnlisic.ilon is a gee t tin I:rlmisoi
Tinle s-lDeniiowra t That's all right
Irou. Farnimer ,You ar are 4 muclih n
titled to .oeur olpinon in this mat te-r
al we are to our-. aml wse thitk nonec
the lesmh oIf c)ou for diffe'rin with Uu
oi the subject Itut laow In lth. world
did .oeu K'g t th' l idet-a iltsll, h i 111i. 'r 'v
that thi,- jape.r at iaone Itim oip ei.o-'l
th r.llrtil ai c' niiii'thloli' W'e adot
caltd the' I re-atloi uof theI o' iimlia-ionh
1ie.,ise li tli re.t'i.ll of tim la e-,.-t l
lilhiiig ad. ocatliiK i t. '-e-ta' l e.ll h
uleiit wliehe it was atdl.ish<' have' adlw (loi- our l e *'t t'' -trent tl
*'n itl. lhai dcl. a' our recor, l lioth .- -
,.ditor ailtl latt,'r wil .l sht w T
almili-l h h, I c ,1%iic1iii-4.-1i, wciilel .t19.t:i
limit t tI II* -I ill e1 e h40 ie'- .t -14t1ee
p u t th r iilr*, 1- II Ipo litl ,l** l 1.r
I i11- I I f 1i lei s th r t n *l ,t -li l'
bt* r, m ln %1 \\ h.l \ ..' 1 1 ,1 ti,
I1e r, lll<11,' IlI '. i' ll I 1 '
It.1 ola I eti' It- I lI I Il 'I .i
|,'t u ete'l '*,i i irt I > r e l I'1 i r i' 1 -

it m f I' c .' in Ieect it ,'- ,.. t ,, !
a, tih. i. t f I at .tl. .

Ag A ili a-Ivi t' I. I i 1., ,f 'i eu ', 1
11 44 i111. ill- 11 r I !* '
th .. I. I Jr. 1 I. I 'A I I Ill #111

e~d Christ is unthikuahle' anyway. &o
-uerr-titflem go it another knock

*iiteet In idciiin()l) 0( hlUI
Till ics 1*:11 1ILct.. LI 1 IioY dlld
I teeter a a, Il. m utle' aecieiitt-d [i tilt-
te I -it' % (f ('1 1l tt'A 4[116 .11
lit .tWit .111 0A, I t) I tl *' at 11!4' 14,11M

e11t-1e1 -I4 1u In' I tit, 4l 't,114011 of Itit-URIt' I-
-11 1t a%-tIK s tudeiats to suit
Oil..l ~Il~a~ .111d Ait!.1% landlords.
i I. Iti, -41t111 e %4 1M c4it-. ad-n usmi
i th. Ii t 11I t fl he uefi- It. 10 l% e.ei teo tN-

4I e rl a I

'A liat l
ii l.Ati. e .~t. -' 1 r a teu ia tiAL 1- list

ill e I ..... ..
t 1 i , I oinn ,pI h alr,. l. b 1 1n < au i t

All tie,.' I. hi' r, w tho l-I( d l ilir -
ll.- durligK t. l,2art % e 'k eI. lu l
I1 tbhir ,prali oef the' cltv i'td Mthe' 'Clr
cities extended the*u durmiir the ir
azly bett

.,1 F'or thei tw o l tl i th tlul i- .- ?ulA
th- soi|n Is onii % 4tAd for thr wallw
rr!tlhtl olnei tllme and th.,at i h.l,
'c1 etvt.''tv c1 t le Icila u te, m iiet11.4t
ter iimu.e first ai.upars

The SUB oce for calling cards.


O(ld age In'neiln- so often prmnil-el
trang I:tllmE h political canipail i-
la.i nolws rl conin. 11i arcompilashed fact
With 2:'* ,,tn, **, of the pophulration of
the kinaldoin *.;.rring harel) sufflldnt
'i ke'el' thheitIn ,I the lowest '"cmnfort
litn.. th' old ag, 'elsinn hill %a-
Erlzr iet,,ilv l.--tied,. One ft the Ad-
<-.t ilN-erts (f litf, In thi.* reat t4thI.
>f Eniihlnit i- to se e' the mniriadS off
IK* rrink ,if rtar\:ltion; who hae itanaiht
o, look forw. rd to. after li%#,s of Ino
lirict) and inllusitry, but death in the.
N irhou e
(M)vr ",.e iiii.ti n.n aind wsonen almp\%
hfe ;(ags of *-\*tlii\t will re -ci, bomunl
: i -s of inti from 1 .12:. to 2:. Cent-.4 a
.,eek Thle ro-t 1ti the c-oiitr> of this
ui,.anur- will tbe thirty million dollars
;hi flr.t i,.ar and possiblyy imor,'.
Mir Asquith has emtilat'd that In
the' I'nited Kingdom there are 1.24'.-
..l Ist-r'onl. of ca'w'nty ).'ars of age"
.Aind u~c'r and that out of this total
tlhre' are .'7,2.4m o 1eolle, eligible for

The qualilcations for pensions are
that the Ie-nsioner must haie attain-
ed the age of seventy. He must for
twenty )ears have been a Britih sub-
ject and have resided for that period
In the United KIngdom.
The provisions for disquallication
have been considerably amplified
since the bill was frst drafted. One
very strong section relating to dis-
qualificationsa tates that no man shall
receive a pension who has habitually
failed to work according to his ability,
opportunity or needs for the malaten-
ance of himself and tbose legally de-
pendent upon him. The strong body
of benefit aocLeties. trades unions and
other fraternal organliatlons succeed-
ed in having a liberal amendment to
this section introduced, and by it no
man who for ten years has made bay-
ments to friendly or provident so-
c!'e-tie shall be disquallfled.
Luuatics, paupers, criminal insane
.uid jirsous sentenced to imprisonment
without the option of a ine will be
disqualified during detention and for
a further period of ten years after
The pensions are Inallenable and
will be paid weekly. The machinery
for the distribution of pensions in-
c:udes a local pension committee for
every county, borough and urban dis-
trict with a population of over 20,000.
The- central ipt'nsiun authority in the
local government board and pension
office rs bhase been apponluted by the
Among the I onaltite to be inflicted
is six months at hard labor for any
Im'rson making a false istatenient in
order to obtain a lwenlion.

TheI, end of C(rus W\. Teed. founder
tand I-had of thel Korechan Unity at
I-:-t-i,, is typical of that of the fo V-
deirs of iivw and strange' religious
(, '- This iaiI fIounided a new "re-
',wio ,i' teli 1ihlo, ,, lihy which h c-ll'.dJ
Ko-re-hel) I'tli,.ersolohK. It 'aught
.IIIII)II olither h'li .:-. tha.i w ai! li~he
onii the i e-t .I l.;,l;ou' iJ4l. aind
that ;all the' tIu.i~rly INediea ar .* owa
tainted within it '',,d took th,* l ainc
of Kor0.ih lll rlputed aIf., wsr
kriowni as \'ictoria (;ratla. the' Pre'-
'.nl*milni0l Thl. cIlonv of Teed's fol
hlo,(rs lic'ed iI collinunliti(c style ont
K:t0.roe island. on the (lull C(oust of
I.*.,' cou.nty. Tred died last Tuesday.
Ihut hil death swaw concealed for two
da.y in hople that he would be raised
froiam ic dead. and thuis be proclaim
'd a second Christ Then the unfee-l-
IlIK laws of IaItult' Irot laiimc'd him a
m're inortal Thre' are' no e'mubalmn
*-r, ill the coilnlllllity. and an emballna

Pow16 r lt i nes ~ nw w
W fth k 'LAAS 105 10 S UP Wl*( iCC. COS
M&M rov nWCSAU li t IOCA O fL PI160
13W.." AM Ino. "0' 0 M 5.OLTO S AL 46 %
vm:!* ANT S m A "" wl WAK.0 &%to(* 0..
It s* & 'n *, AA LVI Voe 4444*4
@WSW 3v S.L WAWA,.C0140'S mKYmYN D tV
AMcur MMA& S1ruaTa"-


S4atntrda.y .anllars 2. WsA Georgia'
mi..- hundredth and twentvflrrjt hirth-
ida%. since it was on the s'.m ond day
of January. I~7%. that her c-,iavention
intifled the consttitution of the I'nlt.ed
State' and so nlmade' a p.rt of the t'n
ion what Isl now the largeI-t coniloln
seanlth eaet of the lth-la
;tare, ha l ratified first. thb.n. after
nui h di-u.ilonm. ',Penns l anla and
New .lerc, .. shile Gveowrgia waq fourth
among tlhi thirt'.-1' original States.
anid. Incidentally, the first Southern
oi,. to ratify In the minds of the
(;toritaits there sax tno reason why
they should hesitate. The constitution
made fair Iro i-lion for the slave-
holding State*s. this colony of Ogle
thorle's was too far asay from the
storing center of politiie. t t e influenc-
ed hv a ayanti federal t sentiment.
and as slaves were running across the
hbrders Into Spanish territory and
the Creekk lundian hararsing her fron-
tiers., he felt the need of such protec-
tion as the big centralized govern-
ment would give.
Since that Important day (eorgia
has known many troublous but many
more prosperous tImes. Georgia was
the fifth State to secede ad )ola the
Confederacy. Durn the tour years
of civil war she contributed 12*.0
troops. 20.000 ore than the yotag
population she hd at the Slreak
of tho war. lO possibly s-Mred
more tha Uay of tn aouther States,
but out of the adosh that marked tlo
wide area over which Sherman poa
ed Georgia rose asain, phoes4lb-Ue, to
stare the world of today with her

With as Informal tourist ball. a fme
toa unique In the Tampa By, the
palatial botel on whbeh th late H.
Bradley Plant spent several year of
his life and over three mlloos of
dollars. was formally opnd for tOh
winter season of 190 oe January 2.
DistagUlshed among the gusts for
this season will be Mr. and Mrs. Wil- I
lam Jennnlas Bryan. Mr. Bryan wll
be the sueat of bour. of tOhe lora
Mid-Winter. air AasocPto oa Peb
ruary 4. the eeeod day of the State
fair. and that evetg the great ba-
qoet hall of the Tampa Bay wil b
Sied with guest gathered to o bo or
to the Commoner. Governor Albert
W. Ollchrist wll predde at the festal
board and distinguished visitors team
other States will have seat of hoor.

The Western phosphate lans re-
cently withdrawn from 'entry by the
Secretary of the Interior ia accord-
ance with the Presidet'a order comn-
prie portion of Morgan, Rich, and
Cache counties nl Utah; portions of
tear Lake. Itannock. Blngham. and
Premont counties in Idaho; and near-
ly all of tinta county In Wyoming-
in all about 7,500 square miles of
land more or less underlain by pho*-
phate rock and constituting the great-
est known phosphate deposit of the

J. J. Parrlsh. Jr., former president
of the American Exchange BHank of
Jacksornville, now defunct, has been
arre'-ted in Nas'hville. Ga. ae It want-
ed on a charge' of false swearlta.
I ade out b) A. (. Croom, Comptroller
oi{ the State of Florida.

The body of a white man probably
.7e years of age was found dead late
Thursday afternoon upon the steps of
a section house near Mason's Park
ii Jaclotnvllle.

Old New.
subscribers. borftir
1t. .2 ....... 400 votes 1 0 M
.50- ......., l.0 votes 1M ~velm
$6.00 ........ 3.0* votes ,5 vMoe
For a club of five (oldlM e-bhrlm)
one-year subscription (beN Apr 1,
10M) 26,000 vote.
For a club of Ave (aew ivh- r
ooneyear subserptlon (before Ar
1. 1910) 30.000 votes.
Por club of toe (old snaberlbra) a-
months' subscrlptIns beforer Aprl I,
190M) 25.00 vote.
For a club of tea (new asuberlbon)
six-month* aubscriptions (before Ap4r
1. 190)) 30.000 votes.
There is no limit to the aumber of each coatestant may sa fre.
$100 .. ................. 400 vim
For a club of Ave oneyear
Pubcrlptns ..... .. ...4.00 votes
There is nu linitCo at IuMar .
iltr each c(ute'tal mq ec
eliciting votes by e.
friends within the etor-p dldbMgM
votes is undesired by thI preprltp

Kinl ICr.
Tu Al: Wh,.-n It Mtr <('y tri T--O--
*.t Iciar Cweek *afir te e p s-a
,.' *lekr IahJI Iaspl, to lb IL td. -
J:..,it of ithe iWbt J eadletal !j- i
,lu ia d ak for as rider skilow s e te eO
V e, u sdesi ; ils. a M-ir.



v k nam vI Ppl yv g ttie

We4dv.At VI VL90a aLt0 O

ix e 5, b, I alt, w.01 WAU* TSS
4w3$D .OIO ul Akll
~,~or*rt u r "-a rr




in Which a fRetdent of Alash
County Will be Awarded a *Sea-lrM
Howard Piano. and I CerUfige Va
red at $3.1500 PFuriahed The
Bush a oaftord piae 0O ee. *a-
sentateves of The ft. S& Hard Co. of
Miami, the Contest to be Cnd ted
THE SUN in Behalf of Bush f-

One $40000 Howard Piano will be
given to the person residing to tI
County of Alachua who recelvei tI
highest number of votes between Dh-
cember 15th. 1908. and 10 p. m. ApMa
15th, 1909.
In addition to the Plauo there W
be lussed by The Blsh & Saer4 Pi
nmo Co.. on a eww $400 Howardr
eibteen Truaserablo De 8.11 -- om
to be used asa irt w iMtMl p-r
meat OR a mew Hewa rd Pie ThI
due bills will be gives I tin
couate 1 aa foM to Mbesm ri L
In AlUebmla oI.ty:
To the Srst six rn rlvi O M st
the hig hest v ta M r m

To the second ai renol lN m'i

To the met s i eel i .S

P---L ^ *-
bl" -wa an Am hd ft* ow
Tblle 1i1 11m m ay be1 01I Ia

- a or aw
and Wi lbe ahl2 6WtTle

Pbeiff IeaaL d
a.ot aPion- ie wne .a m

wllaa-rk l t-o I_-_--- h- 41 .
oa ther eVie e l Ies As

mt bS aill a14t o a-
e vot vett for every emt

The a Gm MIn AS? 3N 5- m

to t ler -- 'es.
Hyde- & Temk

taUv o times pe the ms tlu ilg
It th eoatlt en ll R&M li'
1 The mtst i be1110a befoo
vesaim a eO 41nty1w16

DO hr b me .,
1e. buty e ae -a be L b 4
no ma awnie

vHay may be rf4ered te y lV

doctors of contest. wr- aoI i m a 4
iersoun qualified to reide r sem 0
4. In tie event a cand deldag-
to withdraw from th e. r -a -e
date will not be allowed to bti m
votes to the credit of aothe-r o n
date In the coatest.



S v


collection of funds for the Italianu u,
SAhave such contributions transmitted
aR e e UUpti through the regular American Red
Cross organlzatlon either at Wahlinx-

at the White
Ono= m m

trtct courts; senators
Uves tn Congress; od-
navy. marine corps a
Dttrict of Columbl
bursas and members
orSaalsmtnoas of vet
the eetty of the C
Clb 1814 Assoctated
War of 146-47. mlllta
loal IAGm a the
Urand Army of the
of Homor Lsg u. Ua
glm. Union Veteras'
War Vet rs, Army
ss NM b MMAoan
s IaiiIe ImI

*DT SA f, Ja. i.-

I- lII I- lml I-l
IL 0 am lr-l
Prmodat ad Mrs.
ed at A te Mew
of dlagoistle etlqMette
S Irved in the eam-
o the astdred
o partake largely of
I.a wah" "opar

ihie ProsM M

a wer; thed
J- -lj^ -hla ^ kl1


and Represents
ers of the army. Bus
ad militia of the
a; heads of the P
of commisk-iosl :
eran,. including
'incinnati Aste<
Veterans of th
try order of the
United State*
Republic, Medal
Ioe Vetera l
' Union. SocIlet
matlIo. Spaulsh
aad Navy Un Adlr-
m at the Amer-
O~a t lahabi TitCu ,i
I- UlrtetUI a4 ml, t

be rousm.



~~------- *^^
ft Al Nations Ai g Italy

bim "ugh3 StarvnI
oga d ft"" mysel from te ROML. Ja. I.-The Vita states that
i Softoa t est A Italia fta- a wirele message fro.n the Strait
OII*a g Iqg ams ned furo tOw of Messilna reports that the 1.1parl In-
i t r 1 am oy ro. lands, a group of volcanic lands. In
|--1 gg ga l lt th Mediterranean, near the coast of
a I Sicly, have disappeared. The total
gMl i-- 6 "mIMJOO I tr iedto poPulatioo of the group numbers 2S.
n 2-. M f ats ut It 000.and must Inevitably have perish-
I emd. Tme barrier wm eouu- ed.
WaveIi nB ela AH day I The minister of marine has rushed
.Wa te wre rbad streets No .tape boat to certainn the facts.
"d be mseroed; I ihd elyf a esee Work I$ Hurried.
IM lof t L f Tb hd a nd y ir sttes of the death roll of the
UIaI te usi IN a bhai to -L arthqo w cease to concern the
the seto i V5r 9 Md Italia people. It Is enough to know
1I NOM m1 I86re& T8oe W ~ ha the di ester Is overwhelming.
asII SO ag-il-IeL I a he ork at Fiamrs a M aald m"thing to the Irlef
m _Was- debase so md the a tt e stricken nation, nor move to
s0 "I bIt 01s I 0t an the 6 g ser rts those spn whom the
We "I P Y a ue t Work aet re t an d reemme he fallen.
IIl tmd SWllvery ledaalopento tel overn-
"Iso OR aslseem IIoI o 4O msinit Ilan bm ntllsl to tL" end and
41 11011lwas01106mo ethber matam have beesquick to come
,lIaiI l gd d M e|t ab Ito I aist evea before the cry
r aid west up. hIplosds of fugl-
S a Iandd itd i the ba.tives bave been carried out of the
~ -hINme st 9eet h-bye strietoe som to Naplesr Palermo, Ca-
O terVesss ~oia i and ether point iand according
.. 1 -I ti b he tl n mlstr of matme, aretuea ye
GBgggSi mIso --atr g- cam Sol- t S mbler of 36 are now
we& *cea* Me ei dred bI the vetri of Messia and
a M. W 50e, bl D a00,M --l,. mdI hers ae being landed on
am tso voveMetnt tonndaa
f t hpaig isM l anI emna thetIete orowocoasts.
a a sho INes., ta'vt otm TlhessIes
n Ytto af r I t Mest Important of all mow Is the
0 ti" .IS st et a q gstito oerte living. Thousanynds of
do d*u 1iha1"depMnt *m~di those who escaped the fallrnl walls
i- Ck .OfS Nl" an twe u the sweep of the ie are starving
b lp after the wi ttbout clothes or shelter. Tbhv.
T sr y t ~b fro the i Maltan taty loner survre their suf-
OdW mY51 Mdpfterlgs. The. f at thought had been
L~ le atl e i to I aboard the to cary food nd cov erein for th
110d meN dild @l no eplssd people andu It has now been
ad cddby p the government tohe nd a
A aI -me--- a-m la som casUs vaet at Mount steamers to transport
4VV011011106" bId Pd bY4 111510 them to other places.
bam 00nir "- BiagE. The latest t reports recorded orty-two
Sod f ......s_ d es of a tat there have been msny Intrrm'it
egri g 'te s h th fg toves di tnct shocks follow the first, to
SOEMt of tf ase esrs put out whi the greater part of the destruc
gmo sa a e relp after the tines attributed. The Briti4h war-
oe fof1 tho esrt iake, but half ship 'Mine rva" reported by sireles-
O 4 W veMeht froam the to Malta tat two severe shocks oc-
-Maf-ralatl a all sialte cfurrd at Me:WO Wedn,.dayec. ght.
i l i v a p osd eei he eeie d.
Oie Iw tho at t sh aoarrd tbof Nationalks Wert Felt.
A a- aaa l-r i" -eaL t k r te hip bwen Pro. c lcco.n dcrtle or of the obiewr
S I te u. Ib some cases vaory at 1ount Etna. states that his
...... a L biRe .instruments have recorded forty-two
Ne $ meas ~ner wit fugitives distinct shocks after the first. but theit

in Miso an.b Inhe e tfor Am a EaICAN rED CROSS IS
.... t ete cro th me of 0000 for he bene the

SL ro fg fa therllmlma d alt s ci a fl t WA tSeHIeGOS, ic. 31.-uhrAt thel
Si ba~VO aLeha beor portPooed, meet in of the extaecutve omnittrect
I -- g- w f rvtlat halte arrived of the National An R ed Crots at Itoed (ro

s e. ga werhem bishlla. Adalmst toou r that It minht be unt-ed at
ev OIo sp e a* In teraI te rr nea- t u was decided that nauueh as the
SM w li i tCovernlorlo relief ork of the ad oIn et
-4d8ndte ta the read m rheggo to termlnates tomorrow to alajaroprilat'
S dit Was bIgt tol a sp by the from the surplus of the funad for that
SWi I o me g w shot eightoen miles. work now in tLe handed of the. lI,.d
5g e pu lea trd in l journey. Thb- Cross the sum of $,0.000 for the bene
S n* 5 bt pss-n--r s dema-dd thlat they be fit of the sulerers In wuthern Ital.
I a htkm hk tO Regg, w they It was arranged that thli nlo1,,-
i 3 i t slp a scen f diesolatn. While should be transmitted t,,uorr,,
i in e g 1w ht s, fresh shocks o- Lhrwough the State departnitnlet direct
I enurd a.d practically all the asen- to the Italian Red Crosu at Itouwe In
order that It might be utilized at
d. IIm i the minis of madine, oft once.
S1 p Wnesday might for Mesna. It lo was decided to rtequ,'st the
_____________________________________________ overnors of all States aiding ie the'
oleto of fund fo o c-~au

lI KI. Y u HN Aihroi ""
Deans t..-t,

'(u I-N ( )pr ; l FT I JA.N. 16. P1.1.0

& Safford The Gainesville Sun



o ny be f at Tha SM% oU41e or ao #Athm of diew r4om
do LSa o". NOT (1001) ArLrM JW, lNUV
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to Reach and Feed te

during the last fourteen hours they
have been almost motionless. Etna
and Stromboll are now quiet and he
is certain that the earthquake was not
-f volcanic, but geographical origin.
similar to that of 1715.
Lloyd C. Griscom. the American am-
basbador. will leave here tomorrow and
will proceed to Messina and other
places In the South on an Italian war-
ship In search of Information concern-
Ing missing Americans. It has been
found impossible to obtain tidings of
the hundreds of foreigners supposed
to have been In the sone. about whom
Inquiries have been made to the gov-
ernment and the various embasadors.
Horror Knows No End.
The horror of the situation at Mes-
sina and Reglo grows with every
fresh dispatch. One of the corre-
spoodemts places the death roll
throughout the entire territory as
high as 300000, but this appear to be
extreme. Others make the estimate
200.00. but the oIclal estimate as
made by the minister of marine still
olds to 115.000.
Relief expeditions which have been
making their way to Regto have en-
countered tremendous obstructions all
along the route They report eighteen
provincial villages, besides those al-
ready mentioned in Calabria, a hay.
lag been completely ruined. This
would Indicate that the earthquake
did not confine Its work of havoc to
the coast. What has become of the
Inhabitants of these villages Is not
Known. Those that were left alive af-
ter the destruction of their homes
doubtless Joined the great army of
refugees seeking safety, or have fallen
by the way side.
The Calabrian coast for thirty miles
has been torn and twisted. From Rag-
nara to Reggio. a distance of 25 miles.
the country Is half demolished. As-
sistance has reached but few of the
villages and they are practically with-
out suplli'es of any kind. At laguara
siurlical ol~fetlonR are being prform-
kj -A. ..- l....;. 1;;: ;.. Lu atat .,teO, ;
even that Is imi ossible.
Lands of thieves infest the country
and the despair of the unaided vil-
lages is complete. Hunger suppllieq
the motives for scenes of shocking vio-
lence and jpillagersr aid rohbTrs defy
the few survivingg ioli'r diers.

ton or in the States, as the only r'ecog-
nizrd national relief agencies for the
d!'tributin of : u< h finds.
Return from Successful Hunt.
T. \V. .hainl.. l'r-.'it-hcit of the
Gain-,.- ill, \';,thanal Iank, ac')imia
nled by nl. isons. \Willil. Jo(ie and
Allie. have ret:urned from a pileaanlit
hunting trip of a week In th. fluniou
Gulf lHamnmock. They secee'd.ld Iin
killing a large number of small game
and enjoyed the outing to foe fullest

wr 13<5 aad Chirem.

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Get ready for
the cold wave
that's coming

We hM oe of glb

kst ad Most Cmpnle

hes of HatiqOStbm

fir y to select fri,

ul at the-

Lmwest CashP ric

We solicit your
patronage and
will make it to
your interest to
buy from US


-hO m- I .-

Why Not Buy Ymr

Wife or Daughter

A Nice PIANO for

Christmas ? ? ? ?

I will aell you a ,tl1 Piano
at a nodetrit t*l rice ;intl on
rea onaldh t,.ri
'orrespolzkict l Sulicited

W. I. Hill
om Ik" &a&"
Tmim 8tpyrt CmIt-r

...Civil Erginer and Surveyor...
Prompt attention to all basiaM
Me*, mlinrt di or North of ThrMobs
... P.0. .Bo 1i. OGisnvil, Ia.



t'rrt let ml 'ity ea-r t ti (ka! .I. '
yonml Sept to. -, *L il'' I
eV., northh te Alahihi I'
41Il Worthington r, iir"''
( ,lar :ey, ain all iaite-rn< i-
STIlDlI, IAW-MiIJ snl -1
Msw.age ani Auise-
for ()O Prt.-

sft Firida T pNiP C

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Ir 1,1

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TT cc II Fr




S l Aklddrses Made by Local and
tkr. inent Speakers Of Colored
peNIs Who Obwrved Day.

r l ~kehIbrati ",I <'f .ifanri>!n ti):, ln of
1P- *.hit'th w ta- held her.' on,
Swas farl) ,ell attended. hut
~oi means de1l l t II'l' COll'e ftlrom
gpenLtry that were e lwected tIo par-
rSC Isn the lr f -stiitles% and cele-
Sthe anniversary of their free-

mough this date is not the one
marked this memorable tact. it
psi ly observed by the leader
S race. beinl in the winter, when
I people can et away from their
to participate in the exercises
It abhir was not advertised very
vely. to whicB is attributed the
J a number that responded to the
Rl but sufficient numbers were her,
Segnoy the day and celebrate it in
I way that did credit to the pro

itSeral speakers, both local and
__ a distance. wre. present at the
rg and delivered addresses on the
Mg ro and his freedom, and they were
Sldly applauded for their efforts.
Owlng to the colored State teachers
lg In asessi'n the attendance at the
*iIWtags were much larger than they
i vgt otherwise have been. The pa-
a gto lIded the crowd to Johnson's
SNtLk where the exercises were held.

Stomach Trouble Cured.
I you have any trouble with your
tamach you should take Chamber-
, il's Stomach :nd l.i1er Tablet.s. Mr
X P. Kiote of Kdiia. Mo.. says: "I
have used a g.rat manny dlffel.itt
' medicines for -tomnih trouble. but
Std Chambt-rlain's Stomach and Liver
Talets more tnx irfclal tha: any .ctl, r
S-medy I ever UbMd." Ior sale )by
* druggists.

SRettmr from Hunt.
RkM rId'aysi Dally Sus:
A. H. IKlg and son. Roswell. Capt.
.L C. Taker and 8. C. Beville returned
y-turday from a successful caml
hWft a few days at the old Beville
h-mstead west of the city. They
Wre gone for about four days and re-
ft having killed 240 birds, three
IAirrel and six rabbits. They had a
I-mant outing.

If you will take Poley's Orino Laza
tl unUtil the bowels become regular
yU will not hale to take liurm; 'Imstantly. as Foley's Orino aIxative
plsitively cures chronic counsti,:;ttin
and ilggi9h liver. Pleasant to tLke.
* cC. cCollumr & (o.

Important to



Florda Winer SBble Conft-"nce to
Be 'cd ,n GaOmesve e Jai .ry
21 to February ,'th

Sunday. January 24th

,r. ,, "' t W 1

RoQnd-y. J ni r nr Zith

-7 ; ti '. .r:. l,, I (. \ I( 1. ;'If C

in r.1 l 1i ) r: t r St i.uke i I'rote-t
lilt Epi-ol'-l thuri in At;. u. i t
Tuesday and Wednesday. Jan. 26-27.
C',iifer ence o Yoi l P.. '- Work lb DIIr 1A ll.illi.p of
Itihhmond. sa (e;niranl .Suiprlntend
.Int of Stund.1 y School and Young lPo-
,hle's \Work of the Prebyterian
Church; Rev. J. I). Chapman. Pastor
lirst Baptist Church. Valdobta, Ga.
Bible Study hour. 10 a. m. each day.
n charge of Rev. George E. Gullle
'astor Green Street Presbyterlan
'hurch. Augusta. Ga.
Thursday and Friday, Jan. 28 and 29.
Conferences on Sunday School Work
Addrewses by Rev. F. T. Lauderbarn
of New York City; Dr. A. L. Phillips
of Richmond. Va
Bible Study hour. 10 a. m. each day.
in charge of Rev. (Co. -. Gullle.
Saturday, January 30.
10 a. m.-Bible Study lour Rev.
(-o. E. Guille.
3:30 p. m.-Sermon Dr. C. D. Wil-
mer of Atlanta.
7:30 p. m.-Sernon-IDr. Samuel M
Smith. Pastor First Presbyterian
Church. Columbia. 8. C.
Sunday, January 31.
: p. m -Sermon Ir. Samuel c.
Smith of Columbia, S. C.
7:30 p. m.-Sermon-Rev. C. II. Wil
mier of Atlanta.
Monday, February 1.
10 a. m.--lible Study Hour-Rev
G*o. E Guiille
3:30 p. m.- Sermon--Rev. C. B. Wil-
mer of Atlanta.
7:30 p. m.--Sermon-Dr. Samuel M
Smith of Columbia, S. C.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
February 2, 3 and 4.
Missionary Conference -Addresese
by Dr. T. B. Ray. Missionary Educa-
tlonal Secretary of the Baptist Church
Il)r. Ray uqes stereopticon views lb,
his work); Rev.Cyrus Townsend Hrady.
1). D.. Rector of St. George's Protestant
EplacoIal Church of Kansas City.
Mo. Dr. Brady has had wide misilon.
ary experience beside being a writer
of international fame
iitie wtud)> hour tach day at 10
a. m Rev. Geo. E. Culile in charge.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Febru-
ary 5, 6 and 7-Closing Days.
Evangeillit M. P. Price of Jackion
Miss., will have the entire time and
coiduct alln eainelisltlc cllniax
The Music.
T' *:.'" r':r!:e t *. ntire. C f<-r
,tI(, uill h, tn (cliirK, of Prof. J
li. ,lin liall ae.d II ll 11 I 1.,La k
lMiilid1 llthia i *'riH ne.d la-ad thli Il e* t inif, rein ,h in i te \nrth.


We request every farmer in the -
eoM ty hou kills noo to take their It. ANl)KE: \ I.N-l :1 ln iI lx-ll
Ieat to a got cold storage that you oplltion ellctlo i er r, ,-terdaTl the
now isill cure your meat properly cir\. w re ile't.rliosii t, a aii;,jorit\ ,of
for you. I iht.' PI% .,t.- TIh'-e w c(a ri.-d

Take your meat to Gaineaville or
Alecha. where we have the best-
eWipped cold storage rooms In the
We have had eight years' expe
rteace la curing meals. Every year
we have gives perfect aatisfactiou;
ad we a-.urt you we will give your
1eat the very beat care.
Our cold storage rooms are now
*ft at both our Galime'. ille aund
Aachbu liLt tribl h
We will haul the I.,eat from the
dBot free. of charge-->u'i I repay' the
Iftght bill aud mail us tibe bill I;ding
Mart the packLges plain from )ou to
0 there will be no mistake Let
I55r maut lal in malt over uight bx-
f you take It or ship It to cold

Dos't take ray chances on local cold
Im14 rooms that ue ice to keep
*t4 oold. but send your n taat to one
01 etr factories and get the best cold
hb circulatiou right from out ice
"hIelt into the btet cold storag
-- la Ptortda

M lMU NmE ciWuI

t i.-. of lit*. footir % ,trj1_. mtie-r total

Tho. dr' ., riso*ul cci.s %aid 1,% u a n
j.)m ofI !I. lioe- ,ft,4 t of the l. 414t
ciim* citi 6 11te ath in iuet)
ia'.at of fort) iuo s isahlmw,l wid t Ihalf
.le.z4.icumail ordt.i liqjuoar lh~oiv--- I t
,i,4tho-m. t he-iteare four lub-iiIe-oleae
Ing~ to gal ~itie114.1-- 11.s. isif)% I ajle
-I~ alarvi ". b-key di-tilie r% uidittla
I g I, I. t Ire-s.c i Ti.. A ss 4 I i Tit
I A..lYita traad tielnd Iced~l Ii -en e \gi.

la1K .1 Iha ac-c i ata. of t lit ititc-re-ct
* .4 r u m i;,A lt iIii N II t- w e II I- -aldt
1j. t 5 iAe .-'t 'A II 411, 11. 104' jii

Don't Take the Rtisk.
% .111. ?i ) eu h' a 11 cditmIa cci cci tt
die, tio 1 1.-t it wr.t ic a ica until it ii.
Copilote I I i 'tl e uii briitc it ii oer dctie '
11114 i A i tl1At k o O lf 141 t.l e el IA tbut 51'. 4.
it the Alt-ittiecIt It dv-vl-el vr'.AAndd s
rid ff it Take t' CIatzab.rlAila a("JUsth
Ietititd) and )ou are eurte uf loroumi
rqirie I'rruw a ciahl l be-gltimaii the
DAl Acid use of Otos l, re.Alstlfracti hum
'sie-Uded to all parts of thc Uit-cld
titei dand to 1 ia)'' fI rewigic- c"svrlw.
sth &UaU) reUtrkatbi'.t c ut., idcl cuusba
and could* bate-a wc i 1.,t i this widve
roIoutatia and extenaiiie upc Nol
b) all drughaLto

Notice Is hereby gives that thirty
days after date, I. Oardila of C.
Newberry, Jr., and Gladys Newberry.
minor., shall apply for an order to Ull
the following real estate, belonging to
said mlaors, situate, lying and betla
In the couty of Alachu and State
of Florida. towit: Lot 4. BIk. 2; Let
4. lilk. 24; Lots 1 and 4. BIk. 134, a
Lot 2, Bk. I41. all la D. R. Whetstoe'
Addition to the Town of Hlh Springs
Fla., same to be sold at private sale.
J. C. NWWBERRT. As Oardmia.
December 17. 1908.

Quart ............. ...............* .
.ar" ............. .. .. .... .. ......
Quart ............................. 1

Quarts. aesorted .....................
Quarts .... .............. .......
Shilkey ba" no equal for -ea'lY, .1y0
and price.

W er have Isi i jL It i nem tu j3ap w ling dittri to the e somam er, guarsittew' '.atir.-fctio or 'W "n"mbi no
uua nmitwo. tur eWas, anv strictly Cash. Mowl or #zpom ordrr mup t Iwuioit.I,.. tr .rlCr Ow r ph
ortior iii wur will I* wiat m na ocuqta. AII ovd.s sippem saweday w Iwis M n*. ..&Ilen lwtc'-o toI" w I
tiunu lfy a noitiulf us an eI.

JACNONVll.I.E. FLA. The Hmage cfMiad l W ink CI IiA T7AOO
1XI*I I-sters Oi. NEWi)P VMSR ORDiER TO SFA kK-"T [e'l\T%.IM

--- a- a- -

THE (t.I, EVII, K SUN: JANUARY 4. 1909

We will meet the tax-payers at the
following places on the dates set op
Archer-Jan. 7th.
Newberry Jan. 8th and 9th.
Trenton-Jan. Ilth and 12th.
Donule-Jan. 13th.
Alachua--Jan. 14th and 15th.
Wi iteford--Jan. I14.
Bell-Jan. 24ith. 21st and 22ud.
Hague--Jan. 25th.
LaCrosse-Jan. 2th and 27th.
Iland-Jan. 28th.
High Spring.-Jan. 29th and 30th.
Rochelle Feb. bth.
Campville-Feb. 9th.
Orange Heights-Feb 10th.
Melrose-Feb. Ilth.
Hawthorn-Feb. 12th and 13th.
Micanopy- Feb. 15th and Ith a. m.
Evinston-Feb. 1th. p. m.
Ike View Feb. 17th.
Island Grove-Feb. 18th.
Waldo-Feb. 22nd.
Arredondo-Feb. 24th.
Fairbanks-oeb. 23rd.
Yours for the best service,
Tax Collecto
Tax Assessor.
Gainesville. Pla., Dec. 16, 1N9.

THe EIAINESVTT1. -rN .1OM'I'R 4. 1909



Hi t Happened and What Is Go
to Happen-Personal and
Social items of the City.
O 0--

Vorn Fri&v94 Pai y &a.
Twetty-flc per cent off on over
ao &J. m anArwe.
1 Mr. McManus of Waldo waa Iher,
s Isawday on buslnesS.
l'wenty-fv l.e Ie c'nt off on ladle.%
k -i.rmade suits. J. Malnarwse.
J. M. Doke of Newhr rry was among
visitors to the city yesterday.
Mrs. A. T. Kelley of Prairie Creek
S among the shoppers visiting the
f yterday
p ask's Chill Tonic Is guaranteed to
; w c hills, fever, colds ad lagrippe.
Smew e2. SoM by W. M. Johnson.
C. J. Grace of Evlnston. one of the
Sglalnenst men of that place, was
g --mctlng business In the city yes-

IL W. Mllican of Waldo. an ex-
gg ive real estate man of that place.
uo transacting business in the city
S W. Martin of Hawthorn, who has
beo visiting his daughter here. Mrs.
bas. A. Hrt, returned to his home
im Ethel Olmstead of Ala hua.
Swh has been visiting the Dean
b Mst Gainesville. has returned to
h ar home.
C. i. Coles & Son speak of making
iekem Jewelery useful. Read their
advertisement and see what they
a LBv to say.
Mrs. E. I.. Holt of Hague was among
S*s visitors to the city yes-terday on

bUs"aess connected
4dirk's office.

ith tlie county

Mrs. J. F. Hill and son. Logan, who
have been kliiting the former's pa
SMts at Micanopy, have returned to
bhr home here.
MeQueen Chairew. turpentine oper-
i r sad merchant of the Wannee sec-
'Ia, arrived In the city yesterday on
a a short business trip.
J. K. Haynesworth of Haynesworth
SItatio was looking after some busi-
s-M matters in the city Thursday.
M is one of the most extensive, farm-
s lat that section.
T. M. Enable of Arrcedmdo was.' iu
th city ),'.terd-y. 1, .slati',. that
the weather has been very dry in his
ction,. and as a result there tnickrs
have suffer, d ,or '. ,i il)l 1). :-
lte with their fall track.
Capt. R A. I.'.y i ii I*
11 ong th1 e v.Ittr.F ti 11 It .* <:t II.
at one tihn. ctlir.ritl l thI,.- iai! .'. I
Of tiw 8us :L.;i:l.- '! illl lsr t : : to,
the 'K, y aitl 1 hi.t a I t:, n.ui l,,r
of frik ids in thti .- : .:i

amnd ar.*it *1I.

for tf...

ol di

g L

I~ eta' ~L all I a

L ..~, I. I .

of days, returned to her home yest-r
II M. Sanderrt and V A Ton s-wid
of IHathorn. ts) of tiltr, iw ro

T; ,>' i.h ft r, il (t .M l li

' .: l. l : i t .. '

; *- if', I'i \ i- it r T thoe it. l .
i* :' ,\ I. iart th,. t o.n unu ,u:i1i
,r'r t ftr ti- -a.onv of t o' y .tr. bitl
Iu.-lle'- 1- Ki dl.
.:r S. A. S a'. F.l \WVI.. ..r
., '.i t, -it ',t,.rd4.ty :i rout.t
to Wacahoota. whire 'NY. #% III i-I
relatives. She tol'itel (\c'r he r' witi:
lIhr daughter. Mrs. I'. G. RaIkme..
W\. L. Godlin and wife of Fairfild
were visitors to the city yesterday
He states that the farmers in that
sectionn are now shipping a good deal
if lettuce and the prices seem to be
J. P. Hogan anid E. F. Bruton. two
representative citizens of Central.
sere visitors to the county capital
yesterday. They took advantage of
their visit to renew their subscrip-
tons to The Sun.
II. T. Beckhata of Campvllle, one of
the tucce ful planters of that place.
sas greeting his Gainesville friends
yesterday. This is his first visit in
some time and his acquaintances were
glad to niort hiui.
State Superintendent Holloway and
Secretary J. G. Kellum. two of the
promintnt i visitors here frum Talla
hassee during the meeting of the State
Teachers' Association. departed yes-
terday for their home.
I T (ollhins of Roclhlle was among
the visitors to the city yesterday. li,
statess that the farnmers there are bad
ly in need of rain and that unless
there it some within a short while
mail,. of the crote will be almost I
Capt. J. A. King and wife of Orange1
Ileightsi wcre along the visitors to
the city yesterday. Capt. King lb.
engaged in the real estate business
He is also a turpentine operator and
on mI valuable tracts of timber in the
Kat Fad.
Attention is directed to the state-
ment of The Dutton Itank. which ap
wars in today's paper. This old In-
stitution is one of the best-known In
this iecRtion of Florida and is receiv-
ing a liberal bhare of the public
IlMt ronagKe.
J. A. Parrish of Hague. who has
t cen a great sufferer from a cancer
on the, neck for several years. has re-
itr-', 1 fro T r Tr.'Ii if r..,v
frit-nl-,i ill b, glad to l arn that hie
is a;lia-t entire cu('l ed t r mn tht
dreail dl -,ii.a-e

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returned to his home at Hague yester-
la. .
Thirty-three and one-third per cent
off on men's pants. J. Manasse.
Monroe Venable of Archer was
among the visitors to the cty )yeater-
Our annual Stock-Taking Sale oor-
mencca Monday and lasts 10 days. J.
John Wright. a farmer of the Clarke
section. was among the visitors to the
city )estcrday
G. H. Smith. an enterprising planter
of the Hell section as transacting
business in the city yesterday.
Ma-t. r Guy Jolly of Orange Heights.
1.1 t. -, twI-'n v .litin ini the city for
I >-t %4. 1 r, uil a re turn to hio ho ell

.Mijs Alice Crown returned to her
honi. at Rocky Point yesterday, after
i lpi a-:tt isit to her friend, Miss
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qualatances who were glad to greet
J. W. Alsop left yesterday for Mtca
nopy. here he was called to m-
balm a body and prepare It sor alhp-
meat. The aame l the party mel
not be learned.
Mrs. M. C. Jolly of Orange Heights
arrived In the city yesterday on a
short visit to her daughter. Mrs. W.
A. McNally. Mrs. Jolly was acmcpa-
nied by her mon. Troy. They will re-
turn to their home today.
Miss Maude Lewis, one of the pop-
ular assls.Ml in the Alachaa High
School. returned to her duties yester-
day after spending the holidays here
visiting relatives. She is quite a fav
orlte with her pupils and 1i 3 valuable
acquisition to the faculty there.
W. I). Pagan and Robert Iluprl.*
hau\ returtied Irom a pleasant visit
tO) South Florida. where they have
1we.o i hkliNiig at solUe ofl the big orange
* ..' Tlr.wy re-port plenty of fruit in
1'. -r tio \ i-lte.d, blut claim that thb.
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