The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
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H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


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

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University of Florida
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- Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday





lmo Ua, f me SO. peed and the
Se at aml aetMrdayt tohe day, -
m ag dot So nsm was a omere
a Aw Om earvan wAl AwiM be o~6
m /sMa S fat d. '
The defeadats Olik the verdict
i f M eahwem aW thy had been ex.
pe f tg It ee the hlosig of the
ag Im- I attorney Pi erce turned
S#w Ift tbhm wme t wm aname d adp
j e aMI : "We w- tear this ase to
e pL Pes h the t mproue court.
The Sto eape sd a verdict of first
SWdegree l dr to all eight Cases and
* 1a vIiy dlppeb Bd. Dob Huf- o dat he m to escape with
rh tw tty years Is the ma who. ac-
Smflt aig to amesn of Frank ehrn-

me Sef*t

* rtb iv fd the ot which khled Capt.B
Whmn th ury'er s to report
Won;smagad tOw military qaletly
is ar gmgg the ate e~me eand a de-
SOl 1 imrdis wf evolver holsters
I Wol am am d ape- arUNad the walls
0a 0149e N We..n but aide from a
jI 4W S o l 01ew amt lo fther tbe o
S-s 41m11Them + s prisoners
SW1y a hla e a Ma ad and under
-,~r esmar!t weve takes to prism.m
NOON V& W ais 98mwered a emtemp
amm o aw m tremble flared by

,U. so Ylls Ib ei rieef s the l lweeroCt,

l l n| o tht a mo slthy person-aee t
a@l mma 1 0Wov. Pattersm. to Uthe
h. aid 0 o_ od din aritlee hei the fer-
L ablb .....g + k-ig Into custody of
kmamied *me who ver charged with the cown
No" -SeloonWs he crime Cithe so-called
4 91g111h tNW NOerMCa" of Reel Foot


STerrry Fri-

^ |HWeini MIfb Cared For.

i I S dabe the chldres. who after having been
JR he Is d*t. ea- barted In the debris of their homes for
61e10 0 tar to -evnm days. got out unaided, burrow-
S3r 1 along the le g iN ke Mice.
P4 with ree and A mam and his wife also have been
dl le oW flound aainjured beneath ruins where
E Shae where It they had lain fur eight da)s. subsist-
'hoS Aaae t usa. aside mI on a pnlat of olive oil. The safe
H8V. he warm rays tel of the Bank of Italy, containing
Sso o debris. W.000.0 has been found.
wi th tr towas. At Silopoll all the houe-s were de-
t 0I MOMA PW&etaM stroyed ecept three built aftt'r the
m rmIkt th e arth- earthquake in 1905 of hollow brick
o o I M Wee eab e WWy take with a wire palssig through them aud
4! 1 0600046 b the llrts were eating them In a vertical line while
SdihMS. inay. hewo- at the top another sire united the
S-6-MB Maled to the d4eret Uiaes horisoutically, thsu
S-iWM b arrived here making the whole builditug compact
1 IN- 01 al anWOd dOMbtl Preek earthquake shocks are being
P m 1, h ebs. felt here. at Bracaleon and Messalna
$me DW have ben e oved each atght. They are preceded by ex
l A LM Ui N ls-- have ptoaona and buildings that were not
kft*M 00- te ad*** totally destroyed i kthe bigt sho x re
&M6hem 0 41S o abMm bOemg rather damaged.

r So&G the be" market
0m W OW Wn e*IV 84 et OrW ear



Miss 0brian Ellis Received Largest 6W
Vete of the Day-Clube ef Sub-
esriber Cemlg In. .

A large vote was polled Saturday. NASHVfLLE. TeOs.. Jan. .-The
the three leaders getting the largest sensation of the hoar in Tennessee's
number of the votes cant. Miss eislative circles was the ttrodue-
Katherine Halles made a big l aemp, but
was unable to overcome the lead that tis yesterday of a resolution In the
Miss Dupree had on her from yester- House seeking an Investigation of the
days coant. Miss Dorian Ellis receiv- "whisky lobby." and alleged attempts
ed the largest vote again yesterday. to defeat temperance measures. Then
She has bee n getting the largest vote came two prohibition bills,. one signed
each day now for the past four days, by 57 and the other by 6. members.
and if sue keeps that record up for which Insures their passaa through
a few more days she will be at the the lower House. and a sufficient num-
head of the list In about a week's ber of votes to pass either measure
time. over a veto should the Governor dis-
Miss Mary McCormick is a new con- approve them.
testant. entering with the nice vote of It only requires a majority of the
6.025 the fiBrt day. members elected to pass a bill over
Several of the candidates have ob- the Governor's veto-50 in the House
tained clubs of subscribers to The and 17 to the Senate. Both the Sen-

Sun and largely Increased their vote
In this way. Do not wait until you
get up the entire club. but hand in
the names of subscribers as you get
them and when ttp number necessary
for a club is dbtalned we will credit
you with the additional votes you are
entitled to.
Miss Mabel Sanches. who is running
as the University High School's candi-
date, received a nice vote yesterday.
Pollowlas is the vote as canvassed
Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock:


1 rs.

Besslt DIpree. city .....18.850
Katherine Halle. city.... 167.340
Dorian Ellis. t y ........ 119.935

M. Daughtrey. city.......
Nannie Dickinson. city...
Alma Pennell. city ......
Jessie Evans, city.......
Julia Carter. city ........
A. Oroa. Newberry......
Plorrie Strickland .......
A. Strickland. Waldo.....
I. Strugftellow. Hawthorn
0atelle Beal. city ........
I. Ware, High Springs ....
Mabel Sanchez. city ......
Minnie Sbasl. Alachua...
Mary McCormick. city....
Eni na liLd-tmn. iLt ......
Annie flevill. ..........
KL Caritua. .Mli.ii ;>y ....;
Nell DaCosta. city.......
LAzzle Sheppard. Bell....
Alma Sullivan, city......
Goldie Lambert. city.....
Julia McDonald. city....
A- W. Sarge.nt ...........
Ruby Albrlght.........
L Sanders. Hawthorn....
M. Fernandez. city......
Katie Mae Carter .......

26 4 5

I17 970
12 2'"3
' 9 115


Sargains at Wilson's.
Mrs R. Wilson announces another
week of rare bargain -gi li-g at the
"little store with the big stock." They
have priced several articles in their
advertisement in today's Bun which
will be -1sll orthy of your careful
perusal l|ehides the iunet-roun bar-
gains advertised. they bhase otter
things Shich art- I.robably just what
)ou are looking for. ,i gl-' themni i
call whilte shopplitg atid Dee- whait
gains they ure offt rJiK

Off for Tallahassee.
Col itobt E lmi> will l i'c\ oLiav
for Tallahas e'e, w here thl.e elt-toral
college will it-e't on Mouday. Janil
uary 11. It ill tbe reuetubtrerd that
Col. latis recelted the highest 'ote
by about four thousand of the fie lu
the college. and this Is quite a comply
muet to the gentlleUmau. The 'ote will
be cast for W. J lir>an. and It will
fall upon one of the Sfle to deiler
the vote at Washlagtouu
J. G BevUtle of Arred4do was tI
the city yesterday. He states that a
mat deal at tetaee has bees i
" be= *tpt pewt this wka aU
bm aem 45 g rnn**t wWobe


Need Money Sale *s Inaugurated by
Progressive Man.
L. J. Durkhim. the progressive
clothier, will not wait longer to reallae
on his handsome stock of fall and
winter goods which were bought in
large quantities, and as he has not
had the season. he will make a season
by inaugurating a special "need the
money" sale whik commeM es oa
Monday. January 11.
He has not marked over the goods.
but simply made a reduction of 6o
per cent on all overcoats, 30 per cent
on all clothing, and other seasonable
goods In proportion. He finds that the
goods will be better sold than to lay
over for later sales, and will give his
customers the benefit of wearing the
goods in season.
See his large ad. in today's paper
and remember you get tickets on the
haundome piano witn all purchases.

Installation of Of'.eras.
The Woodmen of the World held an
Installation of officers at their camp
on Friday night when the offeers for
the ensuing year were installed. The
retiring Council Commander. J. Ma-
nasse. was presented with a handsome
engraved gold charm bearing the em-
bletu of the order, and the fact that
be waA C C. during year 190s. which
was hibl) appreciated by the re-
ctlver. Drayton Avers. C. C W.
8. Jerdine. A. L.; W. IH. And romn.
Jr ; Blanker; P. F. McCook. Escoirt;
It. Baker, Watchman, were installed
for the ensuing term.

Lo *omethibin? An ad. In lue
Sun's classfled column may find It

AAV'ANNAl G.t Jaii :' -T'I'. .
I land cotton lmarki t wa.- lt. lit at tie
I 'gilt,:igl uof thI e l.i tt I .
maUld sbootl : t ff d. .tltl t,t, 41
a ti1 e to !', j.a Th- r.e ll U tI
quite a t I,' tusi.elit>,' al nl a t t:'L..
blight bl It lt t[l t ii iln t lquolatillo foi
almost grad. A gm-1 deal was do(t.
In full chole at ItibI li6(
At the clo e the market a. firti
with a suod demand; and as off,-riui
hat.' been much depleted the ir ,i
pVe ts are favorable for the ualateuu
amoe of carret values The inquiry
hs broadened lately for the lower
a The etemus now coamig lu
Moody s e grad.
a misOO we* eVSe 944 6 bks.

SWO. 47




Sheriff Wired for to Come M
With Blooeed Hounds -d

the Robber.

From Sunday's Dafly SB:
The large mercantile
of W. R. Brice of Illand On"j
robbed sometime during FridaW
and several hundred dollars
goods taken from the place.
lealides the loss of goods o1
building, it is presumed t
th!cves. altco<.d in n1gett I
the safe wb ih contAlned a I
amount of money and other 1
The only information that|
secured in this city was from tMll
gre telegram which came to th0d
if's office asking tliat olffita W
at once aind bring xlood xl0"
the pilacet had bttii robledand m1l
was he'a'\.
Sheriff Rainnst.y as absent ei
city at the tiuew. as wan also bib
ty. but t h.y could ia t dwoe
In the matter asu tIt!her thte
the county po, ts >tl(h a
blood hound,, aand thY hae 0hv


The uniouit (of 1l-1- 11 .,twed Vi

IUi'upoostd to l k' h,-.i% %& b@
ou'of tht l:ir--. -I .I, q k, for a

it-[e l t trI -It1, ar

Act Gt' ~A adild i it
Kv ttlne GAU.. aid Fl., I1,
Vilee Gas's aid Flai .130
C4 :.n.ion 1Gas .aind FiA~1

lshuijdos Marketstt'ad! F106,
Zle, fully title. C ,e'u'

1.b04, stock. 4..*3b

U ~ *~* -

Sea Island Cotton Market

Considerably Improi




Ior DayU Il |


ate and House received iMv
sage from the Governor.
no action be taken on the
tion until he can prepare ag
a special message on the "-
later thmn next Thursday. *4
sage was spread on the I"
each branch.
Many numerously sigan go
were presented by senabs
their respective counted sft
passage of a State-wide gpl
The resolution for investaa
the "whisky lobby" wasu ai
Rejrerentative Tatum of Dyrig
It provides for a commlf 0
from the Sena'e to coodug

F7 :n

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I, ilr m

dlgo Weg g0

d~ftad 960


a 14

4 ol a *

4 mesa-


WvE, mow

"we Boom.
pa um so

wm oth m

to" tohe

wv x m a ew-


g*am bm "owledMow
~ of Ube Me.. saes:t

310mw Me mP' ale*


d- am nun


f 1Safe and Sure
f lo *"" *mown 60 tonaville

Get M ate Oet of the tr"able. PEOPLE ARE HANDLING IT.
bMa achg back may relieve -

WAt It w8t "re it.
Ta t reach the root of It-the
Doa's Ka2y Pills so right at It;
aSe sh the eaw; reliev the pain.
Tw oura W. s Oalnesville peo-
-k -w
Mr. Joftn ith, living at 307 E.
Mmee -treet. Gaineesvile, F.,.
ws: "I d been suaring from a
M bask and severe pawis n my
AlMd oar a IAsU tam. I could not
-a -teab my body. and after
A-tasc 1- It very diScult to re-
S= met I was subject
bo hd sm an W d atthaes was very
awm&5. Wbm I -aw Dea's Kidney
Ils ab reemm ed hefor these
I iwd a ts at J. P.
Mtam a m m teir me.
Lab u5= trms ib a taabort
I I ~e me O k beer. I oo .
k-d w the % Moslm Utitheir
verensee., d I ld InIS mgth.
I aONer aI e K-idna Pls an ex-
-amd -- e pa'sd to
Sathy f .dealers. Price .
Sw TO alk e aweats ar the Uanted

aes er he ame-Dase
an ar.


ml sw Chapter awNee N New Ow
a hr fr elag Year.
. T paugatsr maeBtly meeting of
@Ot a mh Chapr, U. D. C, was
MM at the mbs of Mrs. J. B.Waln-
m ONt Try afterwmes, when
tM re lar anudl etle of oncers
N d. remalsstg as ltows:
Mrs. H. g. MeAafy, president;
Mrs J. M.UKIay. Jr., lt vice-

Amil t; rUa. J. 1. Nals. t d vice-
mibotmt; Kmr. ivas Ha"l sro
lary; Mrs. L Merhant trearter;
Ms BIL eela, ee n aaNsecretary;
Um 5. ~Lin rgIletrar; Mrs.
P.M. P eIL hiserkam.
This beih the aaml seassios, a
e mber to the members were
pesgat eMnd mI n Wk am bees n
aed r the Chapter nga the em-

n i"aa r aelm t whe taste.
IShe msemes oft e new members
-W reseneds at m eeties.

J it I JCh.pter

Her, U. was- hbed at the
d wu e of Ma. J. L Kelley lo -

Oaes weae tested for the ease-
106 PQ er as GMs Mrs. 3. L Kel-
lay, Prldt; Mrs. J. W. Patton, ast
vleeesMemt; Miss leasor semm.
Smnd Ogredeest; Miss Amea
AdtUeRS. reording mecrtary; Mrs.
JW.W. Tm, erresponding secretary:
Mr. JS. L Medlt treasurer; Mrs. J.
M. Blvere rag etrar; Historical Com-
mIteM Mrs. J. M. Taylor. Mrs. A. R.
IMper. Miss Beseo Kelley.

mLam eSheder.
ThI% is a mM faorm of muscular
rhe matism. No Iternal treatment
In 8dled. ApplyI Chambro a Lale-
met boely twite a day and a quick
= ortab. This nmamot has
GppTw a To aiabl-e .r &W acs-
n ad m broae rhneumseIm. and
is Wra to give duick relief. 'Chamber.
tim's Liniment is aleo moat exceUent
lor sprays and braises. Price. 25
son; bla:rg ese 10 enta. For sale
y an Atnu-sts.

NUeu of a"s
Notle is hereby gives that thirty
days after date. as guardian of J. C.
Newberry. Jr.. and Oladys Newberry.
miners, shall apply for an order to sell
the lowig real estate, belonging to
a 1 mOmors. situate. lyang and being
io th ee9uty of Alaehua and State
of Florida, towit: Lot 4, Bik. 20; Lot
4. Bik. ;1; Itsa 1 and 4. BIk. 34. and
Lot 2 BIk. 41. al in D. Whetstone's
Addimos to the Town of High Springs.
Fa.. Same to be sold at private sale.
J. C. NiWBERIRT. As Guardian.
Damber 17. 1@08.

Shmpe menedy for La Grippe.
Iackiag is grippe cougha that may
bvQtA into iseumoait over night
are quekly cured by Foley's Honey
amd Tar. The wear and aameod luangs
ar halted and streshen.d, and a
daermas conditlos is quickly avert-
ed. Take ealy Fotbys Houey and Tar
is aM yellow pahage. J. W. WMcCol
him & o


At His Expene.
he. Jack Itldi u 11. I t,. th.At buspital
was built eulrtily at his exiluee Is
It poselble' lit. 11Wel, Jack's utile
cut hinu off with u hundred dollars
and left tbr rclt uf bla mUWoy to
build the bt,|lpl.
How uiamn ilhuk to alot, fur the
evil th) Isiitf ldM by tbs guud they
lntelid I-- do asil are uulI) vTrthou i
pro -tpe r,! rill-[

There is ao case on record of a
cough, cold or la srippe developing
lanto peumonla after Foley's Honey
aad Tar has bes taken, as It cu
the moat obotlaste deep-.eated comuhs
ad CodS. Why tak ayth 0 els?
J. W., Me l s





lStra Cares ling Placed on All Runs
by r press Company to Accom-
medate Demands.

m Friday's Daily Sun:
Lettuce Is now moving from GaInes-
ville at the rate of over two cars
dally, besides the numerous Iackages
that are beitn picked up la this see-
tio, which will swey the shipments to
about twice this amount.
The refrigerator car people are espe-
cnIMly active and seldom let a day
pass without handling one or more
r ffm thiMs pott while there isto
always a larg bath of stuff that to
haled over the Tampa & Jackso-
inle railway.
Etra ears have been placed by the
eareeas company and they handle two
ewa ead over through and out of
GatesvlUle nearly every day, whieh
shows that the movement is at Its
Very Uttle other produce is moving
Just at the present time. but that
wheh Is going forward Is bringing
good prices.
Lettuce has already taken on a lit-
tle rise and better prices are being re-
ceived than earlier in the season, al-
though much better prices are looked
for later on.
From now until the middle of Feb-
ruary lettuce will move from this sec-
tion at a good rate, as the frame goods
will soon commence to move and it
Is this class that always commands
fancy prices.


VYoeg Couple Happily United in Wed-
loeek on unday. January 3rd.
A wedding of more than vual Inter.
eat took place at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Madison BUltch, of Santa Fe sta-
tion. Alachua county. Sunday. January
3rd. at 3 p. m., whe their daughter.
Miss Laella Alma, was given in mar-
riase to Mr. Walter Scott Roberts.
The large parlor In which the cere-
moany took place bad bten tastefully
decorated with the graceful vines,
leaves and mosses friund in the forest
and with eat flowers. As the bridal
party entered Mt.udelssohn's W,'dii.g
March was played on the piano i y
Mrs. Birdie Futch, and during ttie
ceremony. which was performed by
Re. F. B. Johns of Starke. she played
"H( arts and Flowers." The bride. a!
ways lovely, had her beauty yet m-'
enhanced on this occasion by htr h.
perb gown of lrlvery-gray Ml e.ilt: *-
silk with aWvlique trimmilng.' at. 1i
boquet of bride's roses that she (ar-
ried. The manly and handsome groom
was arrayed in a suit of conveit.tonal
The wedding wa ,v'z'.. ,ed by a
large number of relati es and friends
of the contracting parties, and Imme-
diately after thbconcluslon of the
rites they were invited to a repast
truly Lucullan. outh as to quality and
quantity. Many valuable presents were
given the bride and tbe many con-
gratulations and well-wilbes for the
future happiness of the newly-wedded
couple were warm muand slncere.
The bride Is an accomplished and
popular young lady who Is well-known
and has many friends both In this and
adjoliniug counties. 'rTh- groom is a
prosperous young merchant of La-
Crosswe. In which town the happy pair
will reside in the future

If you will take Foley'a Orioo Laxa
tive until the bowels b.c you will not have to take purgative.
constantly. as Foley's Orino Laxatlv.
pultively cures chronic con-ttipttiou
and slugs1ih liver. i'ht-uait to take
J W. McCollunm & Co

T.. IV. Shandls,

Wm. R. Steckert,

C. A. Faireloth



Capita aM Surp!s, $115,0.A


Dr. M. H. DePam J. L. Medlin W. R. Stecket
T. W. Shands Henry Davis
Robt. D. Crawford John F. Jackson C. A. Faircloth

Tw Bnsiness Sdicited, Whether Large or Si

capital, Fu Paftid, $75,000.00
W. R. THOMAS, r'nrsident C. W. CIIH-E. 1-t Vit-1Pmh
E. D. TURNER, Camhier S. K. 1hkOoME, *d \'ic -Pa

emher 31st 1981:

lAIN n d Mr-m. t ieau ,
hue fn'4u Bank,- s141 B'krb r." :..!
Real Eotart .... .. .*0,001 00
D'unitatire wid Fiturre j,4I.:
owerdrattif ..... .
CASI l Vn atiltae:ll. ;
To~tat fFlo.. ...... 441,41M 1 .

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caaphier'. Clweekp

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the ab'nu statrutzaiet i. true to U... twa,t f u ,II it 1~ *'. '
~'1l-trilftd and swornl to I'f tw itir metkici.. 14vtaatser .it .
C. 1"Ft. (efoiI M AN N. \sry lil"
C rrvict-Atteat: W. R. Thorns-, Geu. 1.)r11114i.~.~ ,11i


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Endorwd b the nencr! PUBLIC athe BEST remHb
Chlidrn Croup ad Whooping Cough, b-
It oontatin Nothing Injurious. The action of Ballard's Hum
bond Syrupis mild and benign, t Is adaptedtoinfants, uai
adults of wry variety of temperament and constitutif

Rad This Remarlkable Tesdtmoml
MI. L W. EVANS, ClearerK, w itwest:-"y bel
wMNok tkubs mmath andthe doctorstold menhe had qul
= ow wne ma botle atd Ballardb Horshoubd at
I aol HIs Aisw a wll wUman. but we always keep aL
h tte hnbMow ad tlhk IL bU eo equal for pulmonary .sme
3to.TmhkSerm to Cumre; Iver Bowttle Gfu
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p gram Arranged for This
o Ladies in Charge Here.
A gtt Time PromisedL

s Dally Bun:
bers of tie First Metho
are ati'll a'ing witl
a t!e alirv:i' hint vis't of
avies. Tr:i\ li:ig8, S-*re:;ar.
people's Werk for Woman.-
if Foreign Missions. Mi:.
g hold a Mission.iry Insti-
go Methodist church here on
18tlh beginning at 2 p. m. and
through three sevi-ions.
of the mid-v inter me.t-
woman's board which Miss
called to attend, her time
will be short. She will be
aMe. from January I7th to
ay -barely nineteen aays -
S arn. cannot visit n'any
The plan Is to hold a short;
Institute of two or thr'e,
dt several central point-. end
of these societies extend
invitation to near-by church-
fMt with them end h-ar Miss,
1 Net only members of auxilia-
t women of small churches
E we aie no societies will be
welcome. The time will be,
Pe entertainment of these
sl bIdassome. Choose the
S you, reMardlekm of dis-
lML It is especially desirable

yewsA .FIm A

4metfeau eatoAvery keeping th

a*sten recowey by Pkeeng th
bowle regular wit Ayer's PM.


Retires to Private Life With Kindliest
Fee;llg Toward All.
Editor Sun: Pleae allow me space
in your paper to say a word at the
conclusion cf my term of office as
sheriff of Alachua county.
Your editorial in Wednesday morn-
Ing's issue was very complimentary
to me and I trust that your kindly
feelings have not cau ;ed you to over-
draw your conclusilons. During the
past twelve years I have served the
people of this county to the best of my
ability and I leave the ofiBce with a
conclnousnes of having done my

y g wome ofthe duty in so far as I was able, and have
s attod. as Mira Davles never faltered in the performance of
Swoman of rare charm and that duty out of consideration for my
n Iusm. I personal safety or private ends. The

l ad cie of theti work timee,. and hence I feel that on leave
e sand receive light on im. :ng the o!ce I shall be able to spend
e t.he remaining years of my life In
aers Inl the neighborhood of greater comfort and quiet, and get
e cordially invited to- more I erscnal pleasure out of life,
b h itte and a large attend than during the years just past.
S he r. a Consequently, I leave the office with-
is the program as ar- out regret and trut that my friends
Sthe session: j throughout the ( *;.' v.111 give to nmy
Monday. jIucre-sor that eatie confidence. sui-
11 Devotional-Mrs. B. r. Hol- ;.-ort and euoura.ement whbkh has
O Oarspdingi Secretary, Bar- on'nri1)ute.d so largely to whatever suc-
fa icevs I have attaint-d during miy al-
Ooaference. Topic: "The :.inl.ttraiion: and at its close. I wish
Whi tla My Auxiliary and How to thar.k all r..y fbi. .ls i. .\!at.:..
bached It county, vh -thh r my ip)lotl "Our Lterature and 'jr my personal friends who honestly
t9 Use It"-Led by Mrs. W. F. with me ian politics, fur their
Iy limpathy and Lupjiiort during my o.-.
"Our Young People"- l I ar.:. m.i.d. f,r tonte aid all. I haa. *
Ot Mrs. Charles Lamons. i'** k;:;::2<-t :. lin,.. To n.y d-pt.-

S"Hour for Children"-Miss
Atlanta. G.,.
Address-Miss Daisy Davies.
Tuesday Morning.
Sk Devotional-Mrs. W. M. Pep-

Conference. Topic: "The
Plint in My Auxiliary and How
OP ioime It.', "Finance"-Led by Mrs.
P. holland.
"Mis lon Study"-Led
ba. F. R. Bridg.s.
"ls ltudy"- Miss Daisy Davies.
1-6" Intending to be present at
eeartiUoU will o jlease notify Mrs.
L itefr. 0 Myrtle street. Gaines-
Ph" as early as po-sible.

A SUIgeu Authors Statement.
several years I asa afflicted
hiney trouble ansd lat tlintt.r
aiddenly btrickenu ith a S ver.
Bll my kidn.vs auid v.j ..fl.'!
d Weight da)s uinaihl to itet tu:
assistance. My urin'- con-
a thick sh ite ~*edlirt'i at. I
55e frtTquently day and ni, '
MUM4c'ed taking Fil,. y s Kidi.,-y
and the pain gradually
ad finally ct-antd anud Ill .
11cam e nori, I I ch*.. rit ill
TFole> Kid.'y it'it.e d)
MeCollim & ,


, I :ih to -ay that a large
thte Succe-.s of mly ad:ulilatrittion
, b-n due to their'.hul -tr\ice'
*1i f >r all ti. ir tff)rts ill this be-
,tif 1 .',:n .r .,,: i,;. i r t t ful.
it weo: i t 1t v )t i t j ir f.'r i- to
r'tli-t' wii itt 4 ln. that our effi
'l r; of t! (',i rt and his worthy
.t.puty. a. w., ll as !1is Honor. thilt
I illg. of t!4-< C:r, t:;t Cr ,:4rt. an:d tlo,
(') ;nty Judge and all the n i, rbthrs of
,.Le Alnchua Cou,t). liar. ha\.v ably as-
.isted nit in the work of maintaining
law and ordtr in the county. and for
) ., ard all I have the kindli.-t feel-
; gs of appreciation for considerations
iid courtetlesi extended. To you.
S.tnator MtCrenry. and the other
- ,ltors of the different county paiera,
I feel my debt of gratitude, and I here-
by acknowledge it. And to one and
all I wish to say: work together for
,he.- good of our county, and may nim
worthy succ epsor hae a satibfactory
tinrm. b)oth to hints If and to th' Itwo
ple. IW the earnest wish of
Your faithful servant,
(Caiin-j v .,-.- r'li Jan. 11'.*'"*

The Pure Food Law.
Secretary Wil(son savr "Onet oif
t ,. e o)tj't- t- of thi. l; I.% s I, to It liforni
ih. (a.u,,tmU nr of hitI lirhpre-.te (( of .
ta.l: hItartiful dri,'- lin n itdl iit'-
I +- I.. .. .. ..... r e l .t f i ,-. : lltl l. t i

It Quiets

the Cough

This Is one reason why Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral Is so valua-
ble la consumption. It stops
the wear and tear of useless
coughing. But It does more
-it controls the inflammation,
quiets the fever, soothes, heals.
Ask your doctor about this.
Thb beet Mad of Ustimouial -
s"old for over sity yea."

a..histance they canIn ny behalf In I
th. approachli.g caui|alKi Re-peel t-
fu!ly. C. C. WARREN.

Every Mother
Is or should be worried when the
little ones hase a cough or cold. It
may lead to croup or pleurisy or pneu-
monia then to somethingg more berl-
Kou. Ilallard's liorehound Byrup will
cure the trouble at once and prevent
any comi)altion. Slold ly \V. M.

I (





Rode Wheel by Place of Business
Thursday, When Cheseer Recog-
nized His Property.

From Friday's Daily Sun.
Jol.n liatihox. a y'ouiig negro about
S ith',* ii ar4 of ag'. was sent up
l' i: ( l. Cot'It:. Judge .Malon fo.
t* IIl:.a: a b (.vle froni the bu-ines.
iliace of J. L. C!estr r on Wednesdiy
TI.L n',.gro not oul.- hid their bras-;
to -teal the. machine it, the broad-oiwn
.> \-l.ght from in fronti-of the store.
t.ut .a.. ,- .:i to jpa.s. tV.e i.'a e ridi.;
,t .., Thursday. htn the arrest &a,
ortr d mnadwr Ly the owner of the
The negro was tried and fined $50
and costs or six months in the turpen-
tin,.- farms, and nOt having the neces-
sary money to pay the fine he was
compelled to persue the latter course.
Several wheels have recently been
stolen in this city. and the Judge, In
making the sentence heavy, will prob-
ably put a stop to the.pernlcious tak-
Ing of wheels, which, in many cases
are never found.

Dent Take the Risk.
When you have a bad cough or cold
do not let It drag along until It be-
comes chronic bronchitis, or develops
Into an attack of pneumonia, but give
it the attention It deserves sad get
rid of it. Take Chamberlaln's Cough
Remedy and you are sre of prompt
relief. From a small beginnag the
sale and use of this preparation has a
extended to all parts of the United
States and to many foreign countries.
Its many remarkable cures of coughs
and colds have won for It this wide
reputation and extensive use. Sold
by all druggists.

Senesn Eleated Chief.
At the adjourned meeting of the
City Council held at the Chambers on
Friday night N. E. Benson was eleet-
ed chief of the Fire Deoartment, vice
IF. A. O'Neill. resigned.
& of the niimbers of the de-
partment had met and placed the
name of C. C. Pedrick before the
Council and this gentleman had three
followers of the body that cast their
vot, s in bhi behalf, but Mr. Benson
had four supporters and was declared

ScIantiSo Spanking
c'nists in punishment only when
a child in actually bad. Some moth-
er3 think that all crying is badness-
it's *Iot. When your baby crie-,. look
for s'ins or soz;e external cause: if
you can't find them give the baby
White's Crrn V'er' ifttur, as the
chances are it is suitsntung irom worms
which keep It hungry and cross all
the time. Pleasant to take-sure In
its action. Price 25 cents. Sold by
W. M. Johnson.

Will Become Candidate.
I desire that all my friends re- -
member the fact that I will be a can-
didate for the of.Ice of Marshal of the
City of Gasineville at the coming city
election. Owing to ni) duties SM Game
Warden. I will be unable to .- with
you e ery day, lut I desire that all
r:y friends work for me and lend every


he Kind You Hare ilaus

In Use For Ovrw 0 Year

r -A -i

Net, FImt ald Or .3al T" m ff .
Palms, m. eid MsM-T. WtD 1 08 :.
- Le. s. wAV PHm Stu eA MMVIum3 >


The First Natial Bak it hidm


At Clee of _Business Nevember .. UWt WM

Loans .............$ 42.473.17
Overdrafts ......... 277.42
U. 8. Bonds........ 25,000.00
Real Estate. Furni-
ture and FIxtures 7.197.34
Cash and Exchange 47.382.36

Capital Steok....$ %MW
Undivided ProBe
Circuislaung Notes M m
Depostts........ 45.ft
Cashier's Checks. 11.
Boads Borrowed. Ms.N~


C. A. Williams.
T. W. Shands.
J. W. Bishop.

I. W. Roberts.
Was. L Steekert.
J. C. Bishop.

C. A. Vulrd,%
06 W. MOCI
a a .seiuts

Oldest Whiskey House in Sih I


to -
i ,* It .

Prk*fe UON age. bw as-*


4 tu.1 4mafle S

Vire t-4 eabsbsa~sq too
ubbhiry. b) the leb" g
L.aswe" Pas M.
kt.jl abdSM.U-w. bir the seNm fl
4 f..u ma~fo4rt. II* :
Lawrs lfbe wpo-

b 't eo~iI A~ '.1 ( I(Iii.' A
9 OR i '1 (

I -a te Ite ..or


4 '.1 -, t* LOJbSk@I ~
-- a La .~ .ml5~55*~.

The Altmayer & Flatau Liquor Co.
730, 22. 724, 726 West Bary tcct



Th. KMad You RUs" Always 3Boug am&wcb ~bw b
In use hr over 30 yesm, ha has.. te Oulge ds
orand b- bees mme Ndler bb pup
4ewo DB~MS wom evob m dmo". om
ANow .me to det To e yes 3mA"
AlM Oousterfelta @ w osa uu~s~~d 'we
ExperilmenttMat trIseWith a"d dsgrthe hb~eeft o

Cuserb is a hannim uou~~n. hr 0%' CI.
got* Drop sa & t" M&yr to S s to
somtbalomame ropum. ete-
sahta..UIS aeb Itgmss I" u daft"*ysW~
audalysV~erlbm. e m"~ubs ad
On.. Ivweves Te"Nf~tobl,

The Chldr m% Pstbe Nlbuf

cti une frt ofaluin. t nelreiull'- morittit. d Nor -The Long Creein."
=of16 ,t I r lktilet !. ing i r tw(!~ tr -vted licls 'Tbe.' aya)!- 01t A't'.e. tI '
fi th. lAb'It 1 1-t. 1 oil 4int~ la Ie t I')t% flit, % ell

'~ Hu Iow AI4 ~ ~ r i t -i. t. i0-%i 11 k I hy -1 -I 10. P t l.' firt -;t. a II

lb.g ii i n as e.e .
fita Hv~l (* ..4, b A l loss* .u I I i I i. ,t a e I- t%'.u'- r t. frt *t~I: i,i
ItCs tL I' i.~ 'e !l.'- a. v orus. till ktlt. an.tif tl i-r
A.i l rugt iaror jeuim&C



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nt4.M; h ebe &* Ho-ge. Timber.
1; L C. Chty & Sam. epspples.
.IL; 1i. L. Sa Mr pplUe".
; p -a m w.EM. for males. $M-.1; W.
* Asgg. aedger. 61.26; J. M. Berely,
Sw 6$: Jobam B"A. road work.
At C. C. a P"r t road work and
w g.m& .; J. I. Townawd, re.
i~M b STge, ?; Campvilloe DBrck
ot- ~We e 1 1.0 ; P. J. Hammond
sWse, $152J4; Justice tricklande
adv weorkt, S.c4; Cao Momtt, i,
r fc $7M; PFabian Thomap. road
1 ^lL V MeCormick & Howe. ade
48; L, W. Pennell. feeding
S145.90; J. C. Miselle. takes
|^ggees, $tl :L. W. FenneH. pan
*A S7; Pepper Pub. & Ptx. Co..
dOckt, $11; L W. rennem,.
t $19O0; H. O..%lapon
lhuatilc .50;: H. & W. I
SO6. detrk's supplies. $3.90.
January s th.


AR^ -^
IIiJ^ II m

^BH-" '2m.

UP^y'^^~^^^ ^"

a Bar4 Oua. court house saup
18J.M; Ctr oOalneville. water
SLUM; Oas amd sectric Co.,
* ; Wahftr, Braas e Co well.
I 6"; W. M. JoNheom, drugs. $1.95;
,. C. Memw. bo. Tie; W. M. John-
A =. lmeis $1.15; W. B. Phfter
a .ml ber. IL.44; Mie N. Norton,
* ma, S; COiy of Galmevile
iam, $167.*; Brd Hardware
I4 mmdri, 6; J. 0. Dampler, road
b ut" M ; C. W. Snmm.a road
m* a IM0; 0. P. Oae. read heads,
* M6; W. Hai. road heads, 15s;
b I. P. e"ma0 read beads, $W;
N W. W. Vad"ms eleslma 646.27;
P. B.& ar, msrvie 1 41; J. W. Me
P. S am mo 65k"3M;D. U.
- Sw., m 1lim urray, N;6 C. H.
, -NN. m 0"k, 4W. a ot, .$0;
J I K 9emi mi mEd l Bailey,
Of D ,L J5. 98. Deal. peMleal orv-
Im O; Cd. Crmls mass: L W. Mw
L M,. K .M ; I. 0. Masos, $184.U3
i IL P. Btem. 6WL.A; M. A. Dezs
1 6; 5. A. CafUt e. 6$3nu; 0. M.
aSm; 5. UMOd,64.?L: C H.
16 NA; 0.. W. ULving.tes.
S ; J. .L WIW, 67.6; L. A.
16 .3; 3I Lardeay. $19; C.
L SU. h 0.u; L Bryat $14.75
L r. IL MW .; J. IL K& mard. 81.40;
16 L W m.W .3T; C. L. Chrtmma.
W. IL P. Lameh, S;: L. RStory.
O 81r.: C m b 61.110.1: 0. L

We can give you as
good a price on dia-
monds as you can in-I
aibly get anywhere.

C CNins & Sm

Merchat & Co. msupple, .15; J. R.
Feaster, road overseer, $50; 8. G. Mat-
thewa. road oversnr, $0; Ruf & Get-
sen balance oea mth and Clarke bill.
Justice districts Not. 7 and 12 were
eomblaed with district No. 25.
The salary of &. H. WIenses as
sadltor was raised to $5 commeneina
January 1.
8. A. Rawls & Co. were the success-
fual bidders on the convicts at $22.50
per head per month.
T. R. Waits and G. K. Landers were



Room Is one of our brightest young Dates for the seventh annual af
men. being engaged at present with mobile tournament to be held em *
the Boather express Compaay. Ormood-Daytona beach have ~m'
Both bride sad groom are very made public. The races, which a we
youag and their many friends wish be held under the au-plces of the %,
tor them much happlaMes ad bespeak tools Automobile Club., are to agal
for thei a bright and proeperousafu- frow March 22nd to 25th. iaclald.A
tare.-Waldo News. Among the trophies to be awardedM
the Sir Thomas Dewr prize of 12At;
Peor City UWliL the Minneapolis trophy, anda ar edl
_~_^ ... ^ two-milea-mlnute Irize. Several a"1

candidate for the oce of City Mar-
shal. to be voted for at the election
on April 13. 190. If elected I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the
oece without fear or taver. I re-
spectftlly msoit the votes of all, Ir-
respective of party aSlMation.
Let a want ad. negotiate a trade
for you-of something you os't need
fqr something you do.

prizes to drivers also will be give
Return to North Carolina.
rnm Sunday's Daily Bun:
W. F. Grissom of Rochelle was a
visitor to the city ye~tetrday. He a-
his family will leave on next TUeOM
for Gastoola. N. C.. R which place thU
will make their future homnM Mr.
Grissom and family have been ref
dents of the county for the past two
ty-five years.


P.46 n lw hoas in
=A n mtsl

t*pj lo in tang,
l1 I=m meswinow

_M s_ lwh.l ow u
3mq I**S *Sw ?


Shes, wear
All Hanan's low patent leath-
er Shoes, regular price $7,
this ale ............ S4J
Have a line of youths' $3.50
and $3.76 Shoew at... SU7
All my 25e and 35c Ties, this
ale .... .............. .I
All my 50c and 75c Ties cut
to.................... 414

rockets for



Wk n IHd amtsh wkks I


10 1 Majeotic Shirts, odd sizes,
regular prices $1, $1.25.|lg
All mny $1.25. wfl and I Dr.
Wright's Undrw. -tr at this
ale ............... .
All of imy wool and Dr.
Wright's Ludltrwar, $ l.'o
and l $1.75, go<, sat .. 1.3l

30 Per Cut OfftheOldIMark Prtes







0 0

0 0

* 0


Hats, Ho!
All my $2.5) Ii Ht. ,t
All my $2.ix) Ilit int
All of umygenlt' lltfl
2--'* iaid 35c'r,
thi* sale ...........
All 3,I to 7."\ valute4..
d1) ,lozen c'hil.'ren'c 114
ila;r I1-'- kind, at thli-




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Those who

selected as road over*eers for the
year 1909.
The OGlaesevlle Sun was deslgnat,"-,
as the oScial county newspaper In
which the delinquent taz list shall he
The following persons having com-
,plied with the law were granted per-
mits to carry a pistol: H. M. Sand R. C Df,hlbury. J. W. Foster. lHn Till-
man. J R. Zetrouer, J 8. Stafford anrd
T. H. Harve; also Arthur Hall r,-
tainting rifl..
The binds of Geo. P Morris. T J.1
Riv.-rs. A. D Chamblin. R L. Smith.
M. T. Waters. J L. Townsend and C
W. Baldwin were approved.
The returns for the election ere tin,
a special road district In No. 20 were
ranvassed. and J L. Grimes,. 8. W.
Vaughn and M. 0. Knight were de-
clared elected as trustees.
Whereupon the board adjourned.
Tuesday at 11 o'clock a. m at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. DeSha.
their fourth daughter, Miss Minnie.
and Mr. Robert L. Shenk of this
city were united a marriage.
Only the near relatives of the con-
tracting parties were preIent Rev.
B. F. reen, pastor of the Baptist
church *s this city, performed the
ceremony, after which a saptuous
dinner was served.
The bride Is one of Waldo's most
beOatiful youna ladlea whie the

diamonds a year or two
a go could realize a
handsome profit if they
should sell at the pres.-
ent market price. It
will 1* the same with
those who buy now.

huu awe

b rpirn pill

and ate therefore
good investment.
We bare mwne beautiful
pa-ret onea on hand, both
aet sad unwet, ranging in
Aima from 1-4 karat to 3
karate. Would like to
hmow them to you.

7;, A, ,

30 Per Cent Off

on All Clothii

IL -


T, P' 'fr~


Palatka's city It,,,tal win be
ed again as m t) ) a- ti reP
being made. cnn h., ni leted
County and it"y o'Ti(Lill of
bia county an I i'<,n ,iia art.
war against y ri':i.. n e
have uuo Ii a. .ii f s
Marion Camp oN ; of I nlte
federated Vt rns p.iss,~4
tions rtbqlUistlnK th t inorninga
ihtration to retai ii li- .1. ,f.raom s
as smcr a ';ryo) ;'.. ,, n,
Citiz'Ui of Pa.1te.i ait#- coatr i
the que'-t. no of u 11 ,. po-tI)otWe
ins for that pli, -'. An appropri,
for that puri .oe w ill io doubt be at,
ed for during the I r. *.L.t sessit
Congress. -
Dade county now han more tha
miles of rock roaJ The people 3
that the bond i-sue. bhich secard
rsat 42 miles of road. had Wbet~
a splendid Investmi ntt that they
been enthusiastic on every ae.
to vote additional taxes to
the good work. and are eontemP l
yjck roads In every part of
eounty.-Fort Pierce Tribune.


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-- ber St. 1901. at Gaines-
lbas second-clavs matter.
A of Congress of March S.

ory Monday sand Thureday
gavmes"'5, Florida.

QgARY, Editor anid Wte.

st n s ubscrlption.
Week Sun 81 a year;
5;e.; single copies. Sc.
Setistsno Rat"s:
vsrtlmtemlents. 15 cents a
Op lrst and 10 cents for each
gdvsrtlsements for three.
TOlve months at special rates.
rI-shed upon application.
mad Death notices Inserted
5 cents a line.

roarCuing List.
gad The Thricea-Week
i) World oe year ....... 16
ia The Atlanta (Ga.)
s OstitMtlon one year. 1.75
al The Atlanta (Ga.)
Journal one year 1.50
ad- The Semi-Weekly
w em year ....... 1.50

W2i not accept stamps of
AbolniatIbo than 2 cents.

Croker Is now visiting the
a the East Coast He is
yianed with the State.

ruy drawing at Tallahassee
SJustice Whitfleld drawing
prime, and be will be chief
Oi the ssaing term.

Roosevelt expects to
e dtctiow by getting a
Ssero In Africa. On the
&4 just think how distinguish-
1 rhian would feel if It got

ol ouragement to others
0 is l a kind word or look,
Ss is followed up where
by a kind act it carries
G a1s safely over some dim-
G puts new heart Into him.

lir Broward and family
MSed to their Jacksonville
B Sr a four-years' residence in
The people of Florida
wish him and his exA-ai-
a long and happy liht
Sarrinau a Iuiach got out ot
Mhk him, and stocks went u-
s the report of his illinem. A
Ub has to Ul0.' A 1. ** i' .
eMry quarter can t i.* too C<.- .
else he introduce'-. Into hi.-

are friend a:. fri. ..... S'
S s because they are 'Cespowl.ii-
M dreary. Others chi..,r an I
Because they are' of .-uti:n.i'
E very word they slw-ak i- like'
iof suslhilie and their presence '
a whole flood of lihl int- oui

Is something like a walk along
l alide where bat)s. inlets and
Svary the scene and produce
I motions. We walk aioug
wa ith experiences of manuy
i til we reach land's end and
I as no, hinug but te<. bLlunid-

oi Of each Sitate will meet at
sctloVt St Iate capitals on Jali.
i ll i cast their votes for P'resi-

Std Vice-Pre.side.nt of the' Uni
bMts certify the results and
*sngers to take the re-
10 Washington where- they ailli
%bay canvaa.r'd b Congre' ss
Sseoned Wt'edlieday In F.- I ru

AOS, great catastrophe hbaa oe-
k s remarkable abat a numtw.r
I Clais to have- fore.told it
Mod nloIths In advance The,
w1bo thus claim to hate pror.
SihS l Frai.e<1iMo and aIilan
Is legi-i ion \\Hl ) lil.,') i,
'big Ualeli it I Ito gail a littl,
l 1s hard to sal for eno oni
SUS- e t.i.. C.l .,

nl^ 011*1h e a pa t .r ih0 t1.11 ,Ir. ,,
Sby f ..-lig 1 t .al, e. I S!4.,
tl 4d iilm ,ic ., th I : ,I. t. '. 1

S th > ,:, ., ,i ,ti r ,.aill e
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Judge Taft ta'L, ipr.actIc.lly th.*
:*tim iew of th-. kitln of '.! iu atito)l
t1he n.i'ro needs il'at Go, Smith do t.
-aye The Savati.:la N.iP.w In a talk
alth cl,.p.: nm.n at A. gtiut;I on Ti.s.-
,liay h.. ,mll "'\\b l lot th, the no-
roso. -n,.ed to I,1 taught Is the'- rl-
mary education aid the Industrial ',d-
ri,:l'!!i to r t>lk.' th Ii h 'i tt r work,.r .
'x tt r s1il'1 ,t l. bor, rr and h.* 't r
:.-!,rr than th,' are' Irla. Th *.-
f who ar. to '.- ti. rhers ani!
pre'alch rit should of course hb' fl*tt.d
for tlihom-e c.illlinu.. but the' education
that tlhse ai tmiajority of them re-
quilre is the kirdl that h o'ild n;lak'
th'-in t:.'re' calpahle' in the vari-,Ai oc-
.'1 ia.I m i 11 '. li' th ; 1 ilelql
:.-:;lt. I is a l .co.l ni.)u sltatilo .. :it of
tho'' a hl 'Iniloy licaro lihr. n hw**lh-
'r in it h hou.-. tit the' flii'! or naleni,
the shar\,-s and in i intusine .< iplacets.
that thei y are t,.'. ily .l-t,riforating
They are not as well fltt-ed for the
duties required of thtmn as the.v were
a f,>w yeirs aigo and th y are I lss
Inclined to work steadily
Th.r,' was a letter published a day or
two ago in one of the Northern papers.
written by a Northern man visiting a
Loulstana sugar plantation. respect-
ing labor conditions on the plantation.
The plantation was being operated by
Northern men. The tenor of the let-
ter was that the negro was much
preferred as a laborer, but that he
was becoming so trifling that the
plantation management would event-
ually be compelled to get rid of him.
He is paid about double the wages he
was ten years ago and he works only
about half as many days a week. In
other words,. he works Just enough to
keep himself In food and clothes. He
doesn't seem to care to accumulate
anything. His idleness leads to dis-
sipation of one kind and another.
and hence be is deteriorating physi-
cally, as well as morally. The high
wages that came with the country's
prosperity have injured him. Instead
of working steadily and providing him-
Aelf with a good home and comfort-
able surroundings he squanders what
he earns and doesn't more than half
utilise his earning power.
It is evident therefore that there is
something wrong with the education
of the negro. Speaking generally, the
kind of learniiin h, eits does him
more harm than goot. It iay be
that the preachers and school feathers
of the negro race aret partly
ble for this condition of things. If
they are they ought to make a change
in their teaching at onc.' If t;'e 'n-
Irroe' art'. ft ; n ll-l t t> alnl't'1in'; tl l r)I'
munit he- taught to llive clean ltI.s and
to I ), ti rift, lii.te aid of much they
ar.- t.u t!ii in their .( hool. ti,',y
! .i'1' .. ,, 1 ..e. ;l -" .i t 1 .....t mi dl-
I .' to #,, I, i r ; t,,t e! i d
l 1ii Vl in k.r 11 iat' r 1-'l! o.
,I. It *- r t ,th '1 k a i'r, lih(oo'd T '!'
w :'.t' i .I;'- are- linmof't, i!t nlt jiq ite.
*,. i l'i I: e '*.-* 1 iin thii IL.attI 'r :
ie',.4 ,.;e' T ."' ii. tre' -. )- 'iK
.>. r\ ; l~a .orter ,:. II.' f i' i:
,,r- and Uni t; plai .- in til!, trade,
in.'-t te' (c,)i.iit' iit aid r.ll.til- if
heir ~ e rvi,. ar't lr ) IH value b'' anid
it.'y are- t)o I', d,. Iriblrti citizens It
is. tlihe duty thern for of the white'
j Opl. to) .. I" it Ihat th'y gel th."
right aort of educationn

Refe-rrlug to l'resideut Roose'v<'lt'w
ie ,sag' to the' S iate blatiug that he
had directh'd Attorney-G-iene'ral lhtia-
iarte niot to reply to the Senate's
reoldution of iluilry coiceruing th,
in.'rK'r of th. T" me''..e- C oal and
Ireon t'opilpan a jith the I'ilied 8tat,.x
'Ste.l or('tr rat ion. Senator CulltMr"oih

.'aid it was "another arbitrary and
lia leh. act" tr:uced- to the chief mnagi-
trate, of the, (country, who is nut only
a.olheinly obligated to obey the law
himself but to see that othe-rs do io.
Mr Cullt.rson introduced a resolution
ilntructitig the ( committee on the' Judi-
(ctary to re'i.rt to the Senate at a-
,.a!v a % da% .- iracticablt- hihethr
in thi. opinion Ilof tl,.lt coilini(ltte tihe
I're,-itldeit w av authtiorizvd to i-.romit
t* jtia orli-, tin of thf e 'l'eui.l 'e.'.' ('e. ail
iandl l4n (.'oh 0.1ial e tihe I'tnited
S4t ts St. 1 -I'.CrrprLtion

A 1' I'.il :,a 'litor of The' I'u l-ta
.; *I i L. eraith hi i -;i'.'ri i aj ll, t. !-' f., *l n 'i t r f i Th r 1f

i. -i .r a i I. it .i li t, ,! tr
I th h t 1. t Itl '1,

I I I it \ ,, i l.n '. ,I l* I
i A l. I i i l I, z eet 1. s '
1.. .I,. rtilllt. ,1 I I a ai,,ite .t -r t I. 4 ei
i ,i ill .. (.l i ll~ii hl.l-tl 41;.*.,


Th.- follow it from The- Tampa Time"' it Is to be' hoped that no more mon.
apl*li* t ) nv" plaie In Floria: ,.vy will be wasted In Oaltesvlll,. in the-
With -t-z at forty ce-nti a doz.';i l"o ,eaEri'.t of street. in at least the
and flr -t (la- houmi made- butter mnain Imartion of town. with rock It
l,ringlinig th.' ame ni nliy i r pound 1Ia -i' a a te of money, and the-
as ha' !e ,o the' e'a-.,' fe)r smne.'U t1nli I0't:ial ho votes to further carry on
In the' vi!cinit of Tampa. th.-re, ich Aork certainly Is not acting for
.,eem to he ro r. a.on why a conr:- the tw-.t inter'-ets of the people The
laS 1 '. %*li t-!ar:ll little, farm duP-t ie slnimply unbearable on these
n!iht nut e'l .ide, to pay For Itemn. vtr***t- in dry weather and sufficient
iTwo hurtred and oidd how. i.,,tiuhi.a r' hae* not b.**.n exercised In their
fifty per cent of emgg daily, or eight construction to cause the water to run
dozen. or the' equivalent in your chick. off in set weather. Especially Is this
Is inot a hard thing to bring about true as to East Main street. and future
Thr.*' Je.rsey cows producing a poo.nd work of this class will only be a furth-

-if butter each per day are' easily had
These c rs and hens i.ay be kept In
She lbe -t of cniolition and up to the toi
nrlt-h of ir fiction by a careful man
.i l his care-ful wife. anld the entire
' o(,rk only occupy about half of their
tim,. Ninety per cent of the neces-
.-ary feed may he produced on the.
farm Th.' gross revenue is pretty
nearly all profit If the Item of wages
is not considered. The auxiliary
gardening may pay all the expenses
outside the cows and chickens. The
revenue from them may be maintained
at about and above four dollars a day.
to be applied as the wages of the en-
terprising and industrious couple. Al-
lowing for all reasonable contingencies
and drawbacks, loss of time, hired
help. etc.. it is a pretty safe estimate
that a thousand dollars of practical
net money may be had from a ten. fif-
teen or twenty-acre farm to this vicin-
ity, stocked on or slightly above the
scale noted.
"This is a paper estimate, but the
only unsound spot in It is made by
the fact that eggs do not always bring
forty cents a dosea. But they are nev-
er below twenty, and generally may
be said to average thirty Into the Tampao
market the year round. It Is perfectly
c'ear that an industrious man and
wife may clear up from seven hun-
dred to a thousand dollars a year with-
out overworking. Do you know any
people who are doing better In sal-
aried positions or out of business It
a small way? Besides, the people on
a small farm live at home, board at
the same place and are not tempted
Into extravagances that waste the


All the b;N univer ities of the coun-
try have resumed after the holiday re-
cess. The attendance figures are now
practically complete, and show that
Columbia -Is now the leading educa.
tional institution of the codhtry in
th*, number of lAplis enrolled, having
. mrpva ied Harvard. which held first
iltace la-.t year. Yale is now twelfth
on the list of tWe.nt -fli prominent'nt
. !! I. 1, ;, tv- : :

1. Columbia ..............
". :, r ; pr l .. .....
S M ichii anl .
4 ('Cli, .
- C iin .1

. l ln .oi s ..
9. Ne-w York t',.ii, r.ity.
'i. W .............
1. California .. ..........
2.* Yule ......... .......
13. S)ra(,u.e .............
4. Nebraska .. ...........
. Northwestern .. .......
6. O hio .
7. M issiouri ......... .
I Io w a .
'.. Indiana .
c.. K an as ... ....
1. Stanford .. .. ....
12. Princeton .
!3. Western Reserve.... ...
!4. Virginia .. .. ....
1.. Johns Hopkins .......





3.71 4



The only chang-s siuce last year are
that Columbia has changed places
with Harvard. Pennsylvaula has pass-
Od Illinois. Wisconsin and California
have pab ed Yale. and Kansas has
Ix-tai outetriip.ld by Indiana

itmue p<-er on ili Tallahassee sent
The- Sun a copy of a presentation
a-'c('h and rresl'ne lt i-h he o lie r bshe
o ashamie-d of ith.' liroMslietion how-
*. r that no inlit-e uS a lier d to tie.-
I. It. r If ,ti.o.F T.tllaiiha .' coIrr
,le l<'at- coi l 1I ci' i. ,1 a a rilce for
Aill 'hI*' traill l h i lid out lith,
%k ,il11 lii \<- it e r lhar K m iniii' N aot
I, f ih linf e ,r i ti' i ni ,,IA I I i| ."t "t
t. ht h i % Ih, e e" It

If Its worth inoure tu someone elst
than to you--no latter what It 116-
a want ad will be a good Investe*nt

If you have found anything s II
it to advertised i. the Want column.

e.r aste of mnon-.-
The next paving done should be that
of the public square, and the material
uswed should be vitrinfied brick. the only
material really fit for paving purposes.
This work should be done as soon as
possible, and the only way we know
of to raise funds with whibh to do
the work Is to cancel the bonds voted
for the construction of a lighting plant
and issue In lieu thereof bonds for pay-
ing purposes. We believe the people
will vote for such an Issue of bends,
but we seriously doubt if they would
vote for them for any other purpose.
Money enough has been wasted In
the pIt i theu.s wofrthiless mWate-
rial to have paved th whole tow
with vitrified brick, and t Is to be
hoped that no future bonds will be
voted for paving purposes unless It
It stipulated In the ordinanee submit-
ted tosthe people for nrallmati that
the matmal used shall be vIrted

"RemittaeIe Men" Is the term ap
pMed I to Caaa to the young sprig
of nowlity wo are M t to that come
try froem gland. wvth a thousand
pounds in their pockets and with the
promise of a oathly reItU-es. to
Mais fortunes for themselves i
farming. It is a miracle that sany eeb
young man m seeds withs mh a
handicap. The great anjulty fall.
and no wonder. for a poebtul f
moey. monthly installmeta weak
character, and no practical tral-al
are about the worst coimMaatlosa
youn man M have who Is sent out
to earn a living. whether In Camade
or any other country. The wise pa-
rent will see to the building up of a
young man's physique and character,
will give him a good educatlo, put a
few dollars Into his pocket an then
send him forth with the pare tables-
ing to make his own living It the
world, and In the majority of eases
such a young man will succeed.

Some people are sure to look upon
the dreadful loss of In Italy as a
divine judgment um the country,
aLd otherss going to the opposite ex-
treme rashly conclude that the Al-
mighty is cruel and indifferent to hu-
man suffering. Both classes are in
error. Fortunately in thes-e enlighten-
ed days not many people are so igno-
raut as to sit divine v(;:ge-ance in
every catastrophe that happe.ns. And
as for Gad most peol le now take a
more Ppiritual view of his character
and of his operations in this world.
They recognize that the material
forces operate without Interference by
the Almighty, but they also recognize
that when calamities come He Is mani-
fest In human nature in the sympathy,
compassion, help and sacrifices that
men make to help the suffering, and
through these manifestations the
Kingdom of God Is being advanced.

That tUr whole civilized world har
made Italy's sorrow Its own Is seen In
the universal expression of sympathy
and in the generous aid so promptly
sent to the sufferers Such catastro
phes. dreadful as they are. serve to
emphasize the one ,i'ss of humanulty
Natlonia e.verv where would usually re-
gard them*.'le as brothers bui for
the selfish :inbltion of rulers and re-
ligious pr* eill< a

The Lt itl of anu.wernng ad. that.i





Before making your @lese-
tions for Holiday Gifts cal *
at our store and inspect our
line of






We have everything jm
e-ay for the hoea

the wishes of a am

mair; IL M. ftMl. dP.
be gnratfll .both-f. lrf

Coward, afeee a",
Noesnd mpriea. .

A muchny pOeea robf go
piaylt, apmanroprln a .
lunches. "nd

is a nlew iralil at
jolly yengrpeopleh=atd or a

light tripo Laki tJa O WI&*1
day night.
J M. 8mtearnil and wM e0MwW
are visiting C. Nobles. Thy ae91
their way to Atlant.

Mrs. N. C. McNi of Wl

Kansas, is vsliUnag Mirs O. I&OrIO
J. C. Adkil. ro-tiee n/g Jar"
& a Cn arrival at Se atse

Galnesville, was in townY ost 416

TM WLieemad ok MtA dftWl
Margollyaret youn cpoae N a us
last. Slght o a vatt to Mr. "d MW
are J. Whitheald.
Mir. B.W.ay to Atlantai
T. .netl of Charle. N. CO ar h e
being put In thoro s N. J odr .'
P ischall doing the cimipMlw W

Mrs. N araC MyersN of Malrbelv.
Kansas Isved i the city and 0. L im .

J.ra C. aldwkln. This hi i Jr

Mrsth and e is delgaed wMi

CU J. Wblteheadlte

appeal t ,, i. *,n, that ll k.*****
you lunti.-'. j i tbe life ),,u *ar- ,A I Waut advertising is a se whlelb
tog. and i,- .-rr..,, vou can harness. and with which you
'anl drive your plans and purpose ,
The Si, --t-('e ftor callnig cari. :nv desired dstilnatki.


wes aye ceoe Rr -I p*ly
"A We. c oe I' ,)'&


-i TAW


TdE OAIN u VILLE r: JANUARY 11, 1909

--... 7


"iA66 Wo Ne*Wat
~ises bmbam" ofSI

s enidl IFtxeme........49,.T
.rastmnu PstUde5 .... 1.834..

fgg "Ifc m m ................ e5..2
Mfmi Saab............... 21. .07
coag Vass. V ............. 7.9..28

lim ital l ..................... .81, 3.25

ask ..............1 0. 00
,3 -w P..l.eAts ......... 4,3.o8
.... ............ 1 43.02
Checks............ $43.55

l m t ................... .$81.M3 5

4t Alasi 1
Boom u sam W. 0. Chapman.
isler. who belsA duly swam, says
the abWe ad MreglONg state-
aI to a trwe emeais of td bak
a s wa by beaotks ea Sle la said
. W. CHAPMAN. CMhler.
f m ml m@serhe4to before me
- 4d~ay dO Jaar yA. A.D.
a T. KID OM.
I Jste at theft Peae.

5a amsearkebhsswmst4rs
S a year appointment

1lrat ah~mt at dhah to thi ea-
$ee AnaIlpl pIt he agia b**
Irh. M11 sme "Ourge Hamrp"
___ d at th at -p a with
daum veS~arn I Td Up Oak

S mte Ieof ohim othise mwak-

4 I. PW rw, ts atl SOMebe-
The ameme OGsesP HarPe
as tme pwderPt esasob with
41 atUN Iterstam
inrusfd uewiwthin weeks.

lamb.IL POW a eatti rutler
-mia ONt sei g isl s cattle at
t Osabew san d ueed to
"mgo gm at Oe yas, escaped fr"m a
~eamp in Oemss emmsty lst
A reward t a1 i obred



~ bid ft b d
ONOW hod% we




AhSA t being made whereby
r-fa saelers may gD to Washing-
mi ton me thathe uration of
msi-m Taft. Iti estimated that
AMW we be needed-n detray the ex-
p d their trip. T ames of S00
i-llt I RM of Jacsouville have
beM septod to cotr bute S10 coach.
Mgel admIM.. the elghtyeap.
eM at A A iLmsato of Lakeland,
whft eelved a slight wound by a toy
pistol dart Christmas time, died
e1t We~siay morning of lsck-jaaw
ased from the wound. Uttle was
tbt oef the wound until early
Tuesday morntag. when the child
eweI ln deovulskons. Every effort of
mia WskiM was employed but the
M aed within eighteen hours.

Two negres, Iame Richardson and
WU emman, went 'possm hunting
n the vtlty of Bellevlew Saturday
ailgh They mosted oea of the little
-im aM d he ran into a cave. The
a ee went tI after it. but In doing
0 the glihted torch went out, and one
at the 1 egrose left the cave for the
pWpose of obtaining another light,
and wMle he was gone he heard the
prt of the other negro's gun, and
after getting the torch when he got
teak i the eave found him dead. It
1I supposed that In groping in the
darkness the hammer of the gun
Sroek sad exploded It. A Jury
Ot 1i0aet exonerated Hoffman. -
OGla Banner.


CHICAGO. Jan 7 Th.- diistIl.t1lii,
Of hearing the retrial f i ht Standanrt
OU as", In which Judg, l.andlt.' fti.
Ol $29.240.000 ient to lilt-' aill tlht
'nitld States apim-llate and u rlinre.
Courts, went begsitli )tralterd ta) Ii'
ted States Dbtrlct Attorney) ttia I fit
before Judge lundis and alnoi*ul(td
that he should like tu L, ,in 1. tee
heariag of the case uzO klol. 1.1, I,,lt.
Landis au nouticed that Iis \ i of r
ouun ictiom s u i t th tr, fuldA.l t..I 1
1ly that each car load t,.t I tvd a
separate oleuse-i h. did utP (tr. to it
:gala ia the case.


Jodge ornard Sajeyltq a fteunn of
1446 amily.

MICANOPY. Jan. 6.-A. B. Cbitty o
Jat,:Ronville spent last Sunday Itt
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ch :ty
of t his place.
1:l*s Ruby Thrasher. who 1% aft, nd
Ir.g hool at Lake City. t;' -. the
bolida s at .omeo.
Misses Edelwee' and Rluth Price
formerly ut this ijre but now of NieI
Intosh. are spending a few day' wl'h
Mr. and Mrs. G M. Arnow nnrd .,'n
spent a portion of last w-.k with
tives. Both the a young p )I,>' art,
former residents of Micanopy an~,
their friends are always glad to see
them agaln.
Mrs. T. P. Maynard Is visiting rela-
tives here. Shp is now residing In
Port Tampa, as her husband holds
a position In the Port Tampa school.
Mrs. Fletcher Hill ,nd son of
Galneville left Thursday for home, atf
ter spending the Xmas holidays with
her parents.
Miss Martel Smith of Waahboota is
tviain Mis Dors May Chtty and
other friends.
MIM Nellie Reves spent Saturday
sad Smday l Osalmesvlle with a nam-
ber of friends.
Miss Compto, oe of the teachers
nto the school for th deMf and dumb
at L. Augusti*., visited Mrs. aue
Emerson of Tacoma for a few days.
BDe Frank Matthews, who is at.
tending school at the Oalesvlle Unt-
verity, spent the Christmas vacation
with his parents.
N. B. Mott has returned from a few
days' visit with relatives at Santa Pe.
Rev. HoNabauses, who has b.9n ab-
eat qU e a while delivering lectures
nl difereat State, is home again for
a laidesalte stay.
Mrs. Sue Feaster entertained a
crowd of young people Friday evening
last in honor of her visiting guests,
Mism Ford sad Moore. Refresh-
meat m lastleg aoft ks, fr t, punch,
hoclate uad a salad course were
Mrs. J. E. Thrasher entertained to
bamor of her daughter. Miss Ruby,
Wednesday evening. Quite a large
crowd was preet sad a general good
time was enjoyed. Nuts, candles,
eake., cream, punch and fruits of all
kinds were rved.
Mrs. Walter Porter sad son, Tom,
of Jacksonville. spent a few days with
her father. B. W. Fontaine. during the
past i,.-.:
Mrs. J. A. Edwards is absent for a
protracted stay with her son in Gaines-

ville. Her friends miss
mfg- 1.
Miss Mary Holden of
spent a day or two with
Dr. J. D. Watklns left
a brief business trip.

her very

the Misses

Sunday on

Mr. and Mrs. Prince, the latter a
sistern-law of A. G. Leverett. spent
a few days here ou their bridal tour.
Mrs. Prince. as Mis Barr. visited here
before and made a number of friends.
Those. McCredle of Jacko:nville
made a brief vi it here during the
holidays. It has be.-n severall years
since he has gladdeAed his old friid'.
by his presence.
B. U. Tench and Pletcher Burnett
of Gainesville came over to attend
the ball Thursday night. Mr. Tench
is well-known here, as he held a posi-
tion with the firm of 8. H. Benjamin
a number of years ago
The young men of the town gave a
New Year's ball at the opera home on
the 31st which was quite a tU(
Music Vag obtained from Ocala and a




S. ^. ^. FOR BLO D


I & S is known s Nature's Cure for Contagions Blood Poio -
It is prepa-t I entirely from the blood purifying and healing extract Uf
bcrhb and baric taken directly from tle natural forests of the land. It
not contain t' c le a.t particle of strong mineral in r(:cn: i and is a ?
par-l p- ; 'A ~.: 11- t'?e uphuilding of ecr portion of the Ft -tern, whai
ing Cona jous lilood Poison from the blood. No tnple cant ehiece
f Al\ow the use of & & such as stomach trobl;.s, d ,p-'cpsia., g
rheumatisms, etc., as Is so often the ca.e where ot.hir .:c inesa
S. S. c. roa d-wuto the very bottom of the trothbe "-td n.ny but
!'rivcs o t e tv-y trace of the disease, clean:es and p-arf s t e circulatk,
ty its fCue vgcttable tonic elects, assists the systrn to r. ;'y o' ercoi
rava'- cf t'ie disease, and regain its natural Fcalth:'. <. :.t:ition. & &L
doei not cover tip or hide the symptoms for awhi'e, t 1, .,k 'ot later, .
so do(.asit rmcove the cause that no ;- of t! t.r' I va,
turn. S. S. S., Nature's cure, isi the surest and >f-st retniih orCm Au era
Blood Poison. !omes Treatment Book with val *,!,!e r',. toas ad
motion. and any amdia l advice free to all hov r ::c.


Ta Notice.
In purstuance of Chapter No. 4115,
Section V'. Laws of Florida, I give l1e.
low a statement showing the amount
of tales ''n"*'.!-' by W P. Diie'-:r. r.
tax collector of Alachua county, Flor-
ida, for the ,pe-riod ending De SI,
lj>. a& .nhown hy county trE-,,irr's r.-e
Oeil'ts on fit!. in m)y tlcM. rwt'wt :
7 Ix nit.t lIri 4.

Road betju
Ru~id I L11' %.

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- I

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I ,


e7 z'r .9-

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i ;:ntral good time enjoyed by all. A
number of visiting young ladles at.
tend d.
r Mrs. Ella Prater and father. J. J.
- lappy, have returned from a visit at
i Kissimmee to Mrs. Prater's slater-ln-
A regular old-time tournament was
ridden on the lake on the 1st day of
the new year. A large crowd from
the surrounding country attended.
The first prise was won by H. Bar.
nett the second by Fen Morgan, the
third by Maxie Adams and the fourth
by J. T. Smith.
Mrs. J. P. O'Dell and two children
have been visiting relatives In Orange
Lake the past few days.
Judge Dillard is having quite a fam-
ily reunion at his home. It is the first
time in thirty-four years he has had
all of his children with him. HIs
friends are enjoying his happiness
with him. as he is very popular and
* much loved by all his associates. He
was a native of Virginia. moving to
Gainesville many years ago. and atf-
terwards located in Micanopy. having
been a r'sldent of this place for about
twenty-eight years. Several of his
daughters have married from here
and now reside in distant States. His
visiting children are Mrs. Jas. Ford.
husband and daughter, of Lynchburg.
Va.; Mrs. F. J. Hagood and husband
of Jacksonville; Mrs. Mary Starr of
Seattle, Wash.; Mrs. Those. Moore.
husband and two daughters of Ocala;
Mr. John Dillard of Hernando. Fla.;
ard Mrs. Sue D. Feaster and Misr
Ella Dillard of this place.
The Misses Carlton entertained a
large crowd of friends on the evening
of th 1st. D'Ailc!ous refreshment>.
were served and all present had an
,'njyab'e time.

Many little lives have been saved
by Fcley's lHo:ey and Tar. for cough-
-ild. croup ai.d whooping cough. It
is the only safe remedy for infant
and children as It contalas no oi .at
or other narcotic drugs. and children
like Fol'v's Honey and Tar. C-ir .-.'
mothers keep a bottle In the house.
Refuse Eubstitutes. J. W. McCollun,
& Co.


MESSINA, Jan. 7.-Dogs now consti-
tute one of the dangers to the earth-
quake refugees. T ese animals, starv-
hg and often rabid through lack of
water, gnaw the corpses like hyenas
and frequently attack the refugees

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Soiclifjvotes by candidate
friends within the stores -l""
I wtsisunldesired by the proprietO'

In Which a Resicent of
County Will be Awarded a
Howard PIreo, and 18 Certimeatf W.,
ued at $3.153.00 Furnished by 1-
Bush Safford Piano Co, Seis a0%
sentatives of The R. I. Howard ga '
Miami, the Contest to be Cos id-a-
THE SUN in Behalf of Sash A
One $400.00 Howard Piano waill -
given to the person residing la it
County of Alachua who receives h
highest number of votes betwegs I,
member 15th. 1908, and 10 p. a. A-I
15th. 1909.
In addition to the Plano there 11
be issued by The Bush & Saloar I
ano Co., on a new $4400 Howard
eighteen Transferable Due Bills. i
to be used as a flrtt or initial w-
meat on a new Howard Piano. Them
due bills will be given in this veft
contest as fo ws. to persons resmid
In Alachua ty:
To the first lzix receiving the neat 1
the highest vote. a due bill for
for $iw,.00.
To the second -ix reoiv'ing the mast
highest vote, a due 1111 for each Ir
To the next six r.'iling the met
highest vote, a due bill tor each tw
These due bills may be used by -t
winners or can be di.-osed of to sap
one for any value they may see I,
and will be worth face TvaI
upon the purchase of t:,,. ( those aew
In the event of a tHe for any prim
offervd1. a prize sinil.r !hi ill respei t
th.rcto will be givt ch of those
How and Where to Get Votes.
The following mn r h.ta:ts will ga
one vote for ewvry cnt .paid into tb*r
establishments for go'l which tl y
handle! ':
The Gaine(\::2c Il:rdkware Co.
Phifh r l r,,..
Hl(!d & Tr'., *.
Where ..:y Be Cast.
lailot loN es \ ill 1,.* f )<;.d in the es
lh p "' f' ttt Ilt ,- >I r 1 ..i,t6 girin
av s and at The, Sun ':i*' VotU
pt \:y mall mi-t ** r!ir(ctd to the
Votnig ('colt'-t I ,:.ith, ilt f Tf
3 n. Gai:e. 'vill,., I '. k i l.l.
Rules and Regulations.
I The citt!-t is ([r7n to anyea
li ing in Ala by the cotndu( t. s of tht. c-iilt,'st oc
voucht-e f r Iy -,*'n" r t!'allh' 'l"T a,
tu themrn w.,ll ksuiti.
2. No 'mniploio e*. att a,;'t, or rel,
tive of the pro|lri,'t.,r oif th.' above
named flrmns aret eligible to iparticlpat
in this contest and w ill particit te is
no Iua:nner.
3. In the etent oi a nil-,und.'r-tand-
lutg l t4 t (.,-n ('a !I r*. ,r i th,-rs is
ter<-ste-d itn tli:, tit)( ot -t. Puch (UntmO
v',r v n 'r- v h.* r. f.-ir n t' CO'
doctors of count, t. \% tlw i 'I aI r' the
persons quallfltd to rn !-. r d-l.. i 11m-.
4 In tlit t 'e-tnt .1n1' at. .. rcides
i a it hd ,-a fr m I *w h an .
%Ut. &4 t the redit t t. ,I. r t di-
Ott' in the. cont.-

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City ; ea-t it 4 ''catsI. D4i1 *

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The Lm-Sismc. $Wow,

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SWill @e Examined Before Wai He-d 6 oc. Setter and rell

Will On January IS-Sub-
a Now Being Served.

t **r Dally suan:
Blroome and Thrasher.
Bexley ard Osteen. have
from Chief Justice Whitfleld
I inpme court a writ of habeas
returnable before Judge Wills,
10 set Mon lay. January 18th at
SI the hearing of the case.
| g -po of the writ is to eso
11 for the i|titloners, and It
"""j that a large crowd will
SW to attend this hearing.
will be twenty or more wit-
Iag lined at the trial and
amaey is now serving the
on the witnesses In differ.
Sftof the county.
ert g will occur at the court
Snr., and the friends of the
ma are confidently predictlnif
yI win be granted ball.

i Important to


i aqst every farmer in the
who kills L~gs to take thAir
5f a good cold storage that you
will cure )wur meat proirly

Dist :* cl FCetrt:i. Feet V.'hile
Caii-:;e RLnr, og.

Fred Johinson. a tegro head hiock
.e't'-r. narrowly e-'cn;.ed death Thur--
day while p-rforming his regular du-
ties at Mohithrook.
Johnson. who is known here. was
engaged at the sawmill plant of the
Florida Land Company, located at
Monthrook. and was in his place on
the carriage when he happened to the
accident that nearly cost him his life.
In fact. It is a miracle how he escap-
ed without being killed.
Like all modern mills, this one Is
located about fourteen feet above the
ground, and the underneath work is
generally filled with a good deal of
belting and machinery, and it is a
wonder that he escaped all this with-
out meeting sudden death.
, Furtunately for the nu.gro. he escap
ed with a few bruises, except his
right leg being broken just abose the


If you have not yet sten a preminunm
list of the next Florida State Fair. a
card to W. F Stovall. Secretary and
Getleral Manager. Tampa. will bring
uet to you by return ail.

With 47 shous on the "'Range." 5(KO
race hursees on the trat k. exhibit. from

yuer meat to Gainesville or I '- cou.trie.s and :.,o, lhidiv!uals.
where we have the best- F ap rates on all the railroads,
cold storage rooms In the :hou. and.; of %i itor.i and e.ver.,body
ultnias:tlc. tl.e next Florida Stat,
We bave had eight years' exp* Fair. l tlkith G(overnor Gilchrit will
Ib curing n, ats. lE.N'r3 y 3r ..,rtiall% olen at Tai'npa. February 3.
have given perfectt atl.faction: I ill ,i. t.',. griatl. t i: the h:-tory of
we assure youi we will give your the Sta'.e --
the very best care.
1 cold storage rooms are now Th twelv beautiful silv r cups)
at both our Gpinesville and ffr''td by the SLit'- Fair n..a;ag'enmt:>t
factories for the winners il th t' .'-' <'honol ath-
W wil haul the meat from the let ic contest< at the fair Li:ave t-e n
S eeof charge-you prepay the received and are attracting much at-
bM and mail us the bill-lading. tension. Full information its regard
e packages plain from you to to these contests may be obtained by
There will be no mistake. Let addressing Treasurer W. G. lirorein.
Seat lay in salt over night be- State Fair, Tamla. who has charge of
_you take it or ship it to cold is feature of the fair.
&'t take any chances on local cold The management of the next State
S rooms that use ice to keep tir is offering special inducements
La Mi, but send your meat to one r exhibits of ite products of the,
14r fatories and get the best cold pgro,.4 of F!orila At the resent
ft circulation right from out Ice arion County Fair. at Ocala. the ne-
IMse lanto the best cold storage '-o exhilit was a not-:bly attracted.
i hi Flor'a iand broua;ht forth much favorable
Smi, ntt fruin Floridians anid v.-lto-trb
ICE CMPAIT '1o1 (, her Stat. Tie .
"AINESVILLE, FLA. ill act a-Id'- a s 'c, iwptt*." iii th*e
K ALACNIA ICE COMPANY ,,a*i ,,it ,lt, t rI the t,,.o,
ALACHUA. FLA. q, .hilit nil! h*I' Iiii-tid thi.- e,'I,' t'
.I ( ii, ravoe the v tn r-.4r.. (of Fi*rit' ito
:i'.. a good t- hiu hAigl for tiiii'~.



TheS talidLrtl of Noll-l'ois-

OllOu% DIIn)~ifeta(tdits.




F6 Stables, Kennels,

Pmitty Houses

It is deuth i Jj,, I~it, j~.jtt
Ofled P(tth.' sj't. (; L1dI'd Ii-
uned uzthe tatIurte Foods

MECMIT S&my puMps

NP wmC&

The Meanest Man in Town
I- tile i't- % ho ,al~ays'%ears a
Voun. ioi. I.u. and dib~tgr. sallit and
IliOirt ancd sharp in hi.;aswr4
A.%.,n ca-us. a t of t- t ', i i (tt ~ m4 tw i oi.'p r
I,..~s~s,-fault, it'**bhi liver aud dige*-
tioic that :ink' him fiel i o till'rsui
-it!'( an't hitI. 1 lwbeing ~di~.atgr *'i
Ar Fe)uu ine daiign'r of gcotig ~j~ilt)

I.. r t he :--fi.. survatdrt' an i r ialt, lu %'ec
Ahrugula'(r. BLId by WV. 1. Johnu-
At. LA.

I ,\fu O~ 11.t I j I -I... 7 Al
S" I.$ ity V a II I 't iiIII V 1, ..4 ".1 i., mL
I, 1; 1 ',1 A I : I t'' 4. i 't 'Ai

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Too Much Face.
youUfinin I lii'it )(,#)U 11.11jow-faits' tit,
;iatay 'Ahiln, younutha. e t-uralViet don't
S Jul S;A'. n. tt~'lV atin'-)()nU11.1) ute4d
I,. but gS't I rid of IIt I .' ,4 uto1 i)
511"101,) hag imlaiard. Sioa l.ILAhIIaIi'ti
I iiieot tlatug iu the world for rhinma
tuathilmni uraligia. burie. (uut- mal
lawt. b~ctauad 11 jiwah Suld lby W

Uit's printed st&Uweryy om w~t.
I RIM m eft41a"Is t0e via" a


Le Story

Warwick, of Kokomo,
curative properties of
cdy, Wine of CarduL

-vv til

i .It Wi .el

A.< V'arw...k st y8:

It WiU He

R9Ica or AFKJcAimon W
DOM cx VLJ M OCH $ oe
IlutoS. mUof5C= V.
Ui &'m. im SN mw .nsoft w
OW bee a~m&@ alvamb forIf
bm"b roftouw&eft
Wed iv' Absobw ein~. P1. .V~1
W 4 of bwM S&M.K&To I WS.rB~p'

oaf cl-btb.wa
Isids..."d elee~
we a" iof jMbak.ewA.a L
Pd t" bmt fm
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"I suffered from panis in my head, should=
limbs, side stomach low uown, dizziness, chills, wer-
Vousness, painting spells and other female troubles,
I was almost dead. Three doctors did not help me.
At last, I took Cardui, and with the first bottle ob- **
tained relief. Now I am cured. But for Cardut. fg,
I would have been dead." Try CarduL *


STRONG CAST SECURED at any time by th parties purchaag
FOR CHARLIIS AIIMI The members of the cast have a
FOR CLIARLI'S AUNII been studying their parts hard and
will be ready for the performance
next week. The plece Is a comedy
FOR ENEFIT HARD ROAD FUND full of fun and one that will plese.



To Be Presented by All Home Talent
on Friday Night, January 15, at
The New Baird Theatre.

Prom Saturday's Daily Sun:
Manager Hudgins. who is putting on
the farce comedy for the Cemetery
As.-ociation. has returned from a
short business trip to Jacksonville
and is now hard at work arranging
for the production of the play.
"Charlie's Aunt." as it will be staged
here. is one of the best comedies on
the stage today and is pleasing the
people wherever it is being played.
Ilesides the amusement that will be
obtained from witnessing the perform-
ance, O Is given for a worthy cause,
and this alone will assure that the
house will be comfortably filled for
the occasion.
Tickets have already been printed
and will be offered for sale at differ-
ent places, besides a coterie of peo-
ple will peddle the tickets which can
be exchanged for the reserved seat




Qeam SBuling Emf Men oStl Pf
Bell Phone MI. Also Lo"s DW*P#-o


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sav a ab evub WS
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To Anl Whom It Way Ouseffs: Take madee
Ihot bmworweess aft~ter bepubbes~om of bb
r o~two I 1Luapply o %e Ron .J. T. WIlis.
Juadse of th eMir th Judi"O~lCrews of F 0
de &M waskfor aso idot alisulasso a&*Mt
Mary Pa...asdes U 0 .Vomit. a -4o
JO&. 4. MUP. loazm V. 11"Amo


VWant to Sell You

1s to l 1. Laura t Ml L aIIIS S


Eleudle's Fsmm

"Pride of Maryland".
O uarts ...............................
Q uarts ...............
Quarts .. ............................

UIuale's Celebrat
"Green Ribon"
ThIe Wthii.kry thai Miumir I FV. ,i.
4 Full Quarts .................... ... $1.20
a Full Quarts .................... ...... 6.00
12 Full Quarts ....... ....... .............. 9.00
la the highest clais pare ntediclual hb-ky on the
market at 6oc a quart.

Race King Rye
We "ll ad )08* Exprefm Paid
4 Full Quarta ...................... .. 4.00
8 Full Quarts ................... .... 7.76
12 Full Quarts ..... ............. .... 11.00
It Is superior In every say to hundr-d.- of brands
of Rye that you will be asked to pay $1 &u
a quart for.


umN Eabi m yWh t
A Wkilkey Yeour Phjslan Will Net Hast1a
4 Full Quarts ............................. g Ig
SFll Quart .........................
1 PFull Quarts ........................... m-

S-'.1W CWI~J

Private StockcCorn
4 Full Quarts., a oserted .... ..............
a Full Quarts ..................... 76.... ..
11 Full Quarts ............................' -
This w'himkey has no equal for quality, purity
and price.

We haw bt l It'! ~lutigm .5 ~years, wilinag eirert t"o t itinesaeiur. knst1ia.Itit. -Ale-fA- .i .,r -ura .i. is oivy
oil r"Ijmrtv. tOur toerimhlsarr *tr&icly (tawe. %loow) u05' in spre~h'r mr uu-I I i 'A-I%''n 1,*r, 'r I rvsm
onklar vataim,4sw smill 10 wail oil ftivUte. All .i'de'r ualijrjawl vasuw'Jay% I0'i l' 1 A i '*I. you ou Gar
tiona 101 muwiiugtill al nlricr.

JACK)ONVII.LE FVLA. Ibe IH~ow 1 f MM-uaiWhiskbe- ~
19-11 LauaSt i. SEND YOUR tD tTo NIKAR lCST 1101'T WAN 'Ems

Ip You


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Glendale Malt
4 Full Quarts ......................
a Full Quarts ........ .... ...
13 Full Quart ...... .... .............. U t
!t I.- pure,. uAturt, and mellow.



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lag 1a4 appeared and What I 4-
t l o Happen--Peronal and
98cill Items of the City.

H. .. Smith and H C Collihe. two
SJ wberry's citiielns. wbre among
*' vstors to the city yeste-rday.
WWIks I CIll Tonic is iguaranteed to
Emls. fever, colds and lagrippe.
i e. Sold by W. N. Jobhson.
mn. Chas W. de MNrt!ne left ye.-
i foor New York. where she wil!
i& abant for the 'nect several .sy
V ag and Edward Lewis. two rep-
ve planters of Alachua. were
the vislars to the city yes-

S T. Swindall of Newberry was
the visitors to the city yester-
Re was formerly engaged In the
tbmitess at that point.
4 M. D. Bowers and wife returned
iO city ye-sterday from Bartow.
the former has been for the
1 aseweral weeks looking after his
s1 + ts In that section.
1 B IaLrd Hardware Company are
perwtisiln Chloro Napltholeum as the
Sag,h safest and sure't non-pol.onous
p6 lfectant fot stables. Leaelttti- Islol -
by bosses. etc. Read the ad.
0. H. Gibbons of Archer was in the
4y yesterday. He was en route to
AB e .a, where he goes on business
acted aith the Farmers' Union.
4 which he is an active member.
S A. Osteen of High Springs wat.
b the city t.-.trdt haahing con1
SMr for the lpIrl-o.of vkiting hi.
We. His health ki )bett, r than foi
JMas and he is 01 .atled to get about
bioer than f(O ri:, 1.
Misses Isla EJid'!- and Wil-
-of Gainer-.1l, I.. peit Tue.-day In
00 city as the gue, ts of Mr4. A. It
"'ipTM. The-v w Te ell route tv'
S m9aton, Va., a h.-re they at t, nd Mar)
blAmwin school -Times-u'lnon.
'Miss Jewell Kepn.brw .t f t :!
'0. who has bten in the cly) f,)r th
10 two weeks vl.4ting hi r motho i
Sa other relatives, returned to that
Stf yesterday to re-ua? *. her deti
aI teacher in th. -h:ool t l'er.
W. T. MfelA-ndon of Al,.chlu til
tsm grower of that section. waste
6are yesterday looking after somni
| aaess matters. He sill plant ii
Shrge acreage of melons this year an(c
SpCts to receive good prices toi
&t as he aill ship early.
Mr..and Mrs. 8 C Bwordb of Iuck
hlad, Oa. who have l.een in the cit)
SIr the past few day s visiting the lat
Si's brother. T M Ki..g. (,f t;i
SUthern Ex|pr,.e. Co. dl.partttd *
wday for Wih. .r. r lh, r,. thty ail
1 Mr his family bL.fore returning to
61t home
4m Saturday.' DoaI Su um-
SMrs. C A Ma.ark and little son of
e V o are in, the city liblting the
h rally of T It EIlis. Sr
Mrs. 8 1) lI)ulI.ell and thildreia
< syb ll.t ,*, .11, 1,111 t!,..-!hopi'er-
j VsiUtng tie (is ,. ,. rd.:
S Mlss Etha I 1,.I|'1 ,4f Wal'h., an at
r bactlf o i.m. ;a h it l'lac ;
onsg th ,t tn ,, v. II .-I. i at .til
t the c it> t ,! ?
SeVd ret n ,\ |: i- ii ;tJ

r G1:* Al~l. :1, & C
'Fb~ a~ed '.,. el I Ii ('.1 eA l
Siht std ii i e -N!~t

'rTHE fAINSI %FSU1N': J O'NV 41Y 11. 01.)

the. ~ 4 .: 1 (o U'' ~- a

.I:1 1 .

lent In her set atid an- a mr of
the M,'th Ia a.& 3 x)k an nt%' o it tr, "
TI, 1a,; fri, ,i o ,f Mr- 0 It
T1 0!. 1* i t 1, I ar.. 'hat
th i. .!> i It a e -, i ,. -
t ( i.g 't ) 'r .;' I' 1c) tri',lIE

el a I fl t'. lie ;,'- i ,. (ot the
efI.h ..t do l'-u' of Sl,,rilT w,.. :14
i,, re,
It C' ladwt t Ih ft yesterday y for
Ash.xill,. N. C.. who r, he v Ill enter
the lllnghnm School and comilhete hip
course. lie will be absent until the
term Is on r.
Seed Potatoep-We have Just re-
ceived a shipnient of Spaulding's No
4 and Illiss Triumph Sted Irish Pota-
toes, which we will sell at the lowest
prices. G. 8. Merchant & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thrasher of
.Micanopy were among the visitors to
the city yesterday. Mr. Thrasher is
one of the leading merchants of that
place and has a large trade In that
Mrs. Emma Edmunds of Archer was
among the visitors to the city yester-
day. She was en route to High
Springs. where she goes to visit her
father. W M. Davldson, for the next
few days.
The Galnesville National Bank has
a change of advertisement in today's
paper to which the attention of the
public is called. This young insti-
tution now has a capital and surplus
of $1 l.'..oo.o,
Fruit trees. lecan trees and roses.
Anyone wanting any of the above ad-
dress me, Gainesvlille. and I will come
and see you, or when in Gainetville
call to see me. olpobitt UnuverLity.
F. P. Hendrrsoun.
C II. Coles & Son. the Jewelers.
ha\e a change of .dvt.erti..inlet in to-
da.y' Sun in which they -l)-ak +f th'
rapid advan.utc in diamoi1,h..-. n h.tsalt\
Iou in their argun:,r.t hrhere the
-tone s are a good iinv.l-tneitt.
J. L. Shaw. one of the .u'ce.;-ful
iplatt, it-r of Alachliua. wa antmg thi-
v. bit 'r.- to tl. city ye sterday. lH I
brought in a ltrge lht of country
sausage and spare ribs. which found
ready sale in the local market.
Mrs H. Driver of LeeU-hurg passed
through the city yesterday en route to
he r hon.,,. S ,. 1: the past several days with her hus-i
band at Archer, where he is In hopes
that the bh'h Eand hills will prove
aeneflr;'al to Uts heath.
William Burch of Tacoma was a
Aisitor to Gainelvllki Friday. It ail'
w remnienered that Mr. lurch ru-
-ently had the mnsfortmue to be accl-
lentally shot by one of bis i.,egro men,
,ut -e has recovered sufficlh:.tly to
enable him to get about.
George Main has returned from a
,isit to Aiadia. wthire he and hib
',rotl r. Murt Main. are jointly in-
, re .t Jd in a flune ora:ge and graipe
i-uit gro\e. lie I aWtarinig "the uithl
*hat do.s ntot (onet off." hahing hold
lain fruit in Note ,;ltr on the tre .
for a dollar a 1,o. Mr. Ma i u a.
the grou'. is now in excellent shape..
and he congr.:tulates I'inm.elf that they
d(la-lpe-(l of ihtir fruit at nettur prices
than ar,- now offered.
fra,, Sundayj's Dlily Sw,.
J S ('Cr~n aid F. C. Cruow>, .lr,
,i 1: (k l'ollt. are iit orllu to the
311 -i t-1 r'*ia 4




The greatest values in Muslin Underwear ever shown in Gai

vi le-no sweatshop goods, but every garment made under

sanitary conditions. Another upputunity ill be giv you

week to buy the garments ready-made at I=s th e the
--- would cost


2|t pair for Drawers worth 35c-wide
ruffle, lace-trimmed.



for Corset Covers worth 39c.

for Gowns worth 50c.
for Drawers worth 5Cc-fine cam-
bric, wide ruffles.
for gool Musin Underskirt w'th 65c '
for hort Skirts worth 5Cc.

B0s for beautiful hg*--m" m -
Covenrs worth 7w. -

Us for lace-trimmed Gewvs p61

||4 for Underskirts worth T'Me.
f141or Gowns w north doo.

$J1A for lace-trimmedl i rt w'th

11.25 for fine Cambric Skirk, wlb
stitched ruffle- OD 12.00 val.

$1.5 for fine Cambrie Skit, wide
broidery ruHfe-a $2.00 value.


The extremely nild winter has left us with too many Cloaks.

Note the marked red

$..0 Cloaks krsUod to..
*4.4po Cleaka ri di-evd to
V7. 0(tasaksorr4seed to


luetionls. Every garment, at thoen prim is no w.- i
P.50 Chmo eroducedtoe......WGO S*SO 0b m o
*i4.00imabsroduedte. ..P. Thbam" ,7i
SM&O tuseks redee~uto ... 0.6oin Jim~


54) dozen Jadies' Black Hose, "Black Cat" brand, 25 and 35e vahms, f tI
12-Button Kid: Gloves, an extra good glove for 63.00, special ......... *.. *
1G-Button Kid Gloves, our best U.50 glove, Special at ..................... I

Phone 109

in the city yesterday. She had ust C. B. McCleaay at Cadle was
returned from a short visit to her sa among the visitors to the city Satar*

at High Springs.
Miss Alice Young of airfield has
arrived in the city and is stopping
with Mrs. E. H. Mcllvaine. She is
t,,n of the new arrivals attending the
high school.
G. W. Miller of Trenton was in the
city yesterday. lie is a prominent
hbu.:inss man of that section and a
new member of the school board from
that district t.
As %ill Ie ts etn by the notice iu
tolay 's paper Chas. M. e11ll is a candi-
date for cit) marshal at the election
to 4 La. d on April 13th. lie Is well
,quaulfled for the omece
.1 G. () t tlln o(f IMlnie a a i-
con \ li.1t,,r to The Sun office ye)t,.r-
dua lit' a.S fur t. eral years hue tffl-

day. He owns a valuable peach orch-
and at that place and annually ships
hundreds of crates of peahesa. for
which he always receive. satifactory
Parties having job prinataing done at
The Sun ofce are entitled to ose
vote (a the Bush & Saord Plano Con.
test for each cent paid for seak
work. Don't forget this whom Inaeed
of printed stationery. Read the ad-
vertisement giving particularsn r
garding the contest and vote for the
lady of your choice.

For Marshal.
To the Voters of Gainesville: I take
this method of expressing my pro-
found appreciation for your support
i .. *t .. ..... "... .. -- J

.'ttt tit, r tit the Il.tai.rd ofgil ", e IM4 AUG tu o uIoUUV W y Canal-

.1 an.fl1.1d. fori. riy of Grof e o. t ,,,, '.r.. fro, ..e Trnt.,n di-..c. ty for re-election I have endeavor-
P.arl. lat tnow of Perry, is among their trt I-d to the very beat of my ability to
At rlr to tI *it A dtlpcharge my duty faithfully and Im-
t.- tt u f n tu:, .it nr A I" Tirlua> (r f NMrclr,.ota a hI ltare lpartially. anti, if my admiultration
I \ 11 .ll f :g, a th rIh- () ii r.l) I -tat.ha thaet a lar hah a.e-d ou. I will ap relate your
.,-t .I t, e.(it% t ra-t- a thaitaui: ,'rAt Not tiCrut I le, t iu ll sur ieort at th- approaching election.
. a- the a -tra that be*tiat h'.it cum ,e fo rU which will t be held April 13, I09. be-
\V .1 W V litatII s of T l'tre-ltol Ua Iln a i tha "urp o.-e ..of lip. :(diag the rft ilnd. r hide my r x.r uce
ta.. t .' e.tetdd;a I. 1. onII. of the ,,f ,the., i. .'. r t I I .I, ,t .rs u nore
S, -- .1 I laii'. re- iif it-it -e %i, I> (ha Sti i- of Ala, hua ouie of ... t l I i the- i. Yours
NMr- I M. l'l,tf,.r (if \\'ild.,r as, la the itg,-! tte i la te f that Io I;> is T AltNOW..

'ai'aa. '.iaii

THISI '()1'I'4 N Ni' IT ()1i A\FTEI JA\N. 16, I4t11

Bush & Safford---The Gainesville Sun





a -' h vIkv. I~n. NuT 6(914)M!'Atrfr.11JJANUARY It,, IWO

tit. a~tir toat t lit, fat) t-

a,, e ll iit-.. i .trt, for th.e to nl ltg
-llsfl.h I 1
C'1.1, k, r!;. KI^ ,., M .aIhu hit k.
l I. I t & l',..d .tl:1 i. li.- d .
lg11 ll.lke a !f Id.i o. l 11% Liltl i U *e fl i
*:t ;. i r ti, ii1 ,, .1 lat Si* Ult
1I, h>.ue. a, \\" I. Ilull ()p, rt

J.1 I II.Aau- aUld OLA h. r..1e .-r, %It-. Ada
fII a. it. %%, t e iv oAttilo la ltht \alaft iB l'r to
lthe- II) S aturda. Thit- ful-a.r ltat.4-b
ithit the. i. ,eal A.-at1h er huoa lf.U the
fauht, la thi Bdiant-siLt tf butcheriug
lit f a fit eh all att
V F liazard of Nr lia.n. Couunn .
has aiieJd in there sty) and sill speud
tht remaiuder of the ailuter hvre He
ia a regular luter l.itor to thi, city
and is stoppung at the rlsideuce of
Mrs TrdvelU. ln Bast OQalaeville.

..,., :I:h I:"'!

C'itY Var t-iJ.


Pon i a"

FOR BALB- Good oMI ow; e
fresh In few days. Applyd
FOR BALB-a- la g
amMo Mami and Daadary
Apply at Daily Soa odam e.

WANTED-To buy Japana ese 0I
vtwd. Any liwroa llving hR
Gainosvlll and Joansvtlle h
any for sale will address-ad
ed. glv lug number be will sW
lowest cash price per thmBuad. i
ry N. Colson. GalesvllUle. Ia.i

The want adL. do more al 1
business than all other broker s
bined in fact, they "star r a"
hhe business tha t f bokr q
a&.set finishI


Established Over Twenty Years

~14irplus', $..'T04 000.


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

Jas. M. t(rahal, Pre.
E. Bawed, Vk-lh.



each for good Corset Covers t'th 25c
pair for good quality Muslin Draw-
ers, wide ruffle, worth 25c. 0

we WUmD to ow




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