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:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002027045
oclc - 32993937
notis - AKL4635
lccn - sn 95026969
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Related Items

Related Items:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by:
Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday




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eb s inmy moat of law bs sch

* dm dm*atteN hbesm witneased a3
an wih eoCurred when the Jury
at Armw Ms vNerdict. The packed
g Me of ped-ators rose as one
mld he red and applauded with
mh algty vigar that the gavel falls
of J5N Crame os Mi dlek could

6eMme prmedeini further. Justice
tme m srel the trial chamber clear.
Sa the spectators pt out In the

A W la aff his mother and
T. Tbermtom wa e morted to a
Wi as1 wile.a thiag f towns-
le gave t a eandamou mgreetag

Ill* s de l S Mat ballot
@we 6 $ *to s- eaha mtdi early
a meal e taMot showe a gain
AM A asli.a L Jrwors Meeker.
Jmn slums MAd lssangT vot-
SaII atmef at nmder. Juror
agt bi M eat mmt the d ballot
ma ,Jmt atr Jmste Crane
_M ._mf t -'ws aM them
" + +*" II I i lltlah g

S alsh I the isret aUoery's tf-
lif 3 Qtesm eglty were eoteD
.aembdas esilag that tm vdlet
If t se- pebaly ae S*at *ept.
n. Mlm W mew e bereght mto&I.
S be e w be eamurreered into
w the eaW of his ty oer the federal

-am U"dir tle rest iM ls perfectly
mlad a&l iA wa pmam Who is ingenious
hat ami tm b asi s a defense to go
,s eat k-- Private vengeance
OMm am to hae I eMm preedenee over
Sbe -I pelples iv," w.was the aly con-
- -s at Pea"ttar irrrhDarrs ha to
me- -n the- lry's return.

W. H. Hertel has accepted a pot-
im wt th White House and wW
At tinm pacit as mamsa r of
thsW new a up-todate place, assum-
Ss-harge at siee. Having formerly
hem e Meg i tIs" same line of
wetk e has I a larg mber of friends
amnO It travetlN public who will
be dlft"l to gOso mest him in
his oal VeatSM.

SwaInga m w as idm yeyar store
Wr"mewrely a'Plan?

e you pla- f what it Is yet to
heseme is mate

(idU Cotton Was

W SSW J ise. I.-Thed
01t*el et Se lalsad

*Brtr in the presst
i > Is i6sd sathel the
ro agreMelvly quleter.
mL si. additi s to the
sA s deald i of boldinga at
m Le mLrkLet. so that the
l-gI mam emMough to
t he 41 Quotatls r
J teSISW bt there was only
S irT -ir hoicIIe Ueor-
O S*md estra choice
PO hlieasa gted at

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South Carolina ... .. I :
The quality of the cotton uow com.
Ing In Is anostly poor and dim-olurted
Males fur the week arrer I olo tdal, .
The fullowiug price. are blised ioni
factors quotationU aiAd aret Iil.-d
meekly on Fr'dla).

Fancy Flus ida.
Fancy tGe(uriaa
Extra choice ioridar
Kxtra choke Utiorgia.
Choice (ia and Fla .
Extra flue Ga aind '!..
rUia GU's. aud Fla's
Com. G&s'. aud ti '.

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a amelm a en m.vmwmumm a m~g

Sses upre.e an d is R I ti d Sgim f Uor S e
Same Vaee Saturday-.ew to




JuMice Carlisle ends Him Up for
Feur Months.
From Sunday's Dally Sun:
t'Charged slitha Ii, ;r',-ii> i(of iinait%

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Eterpri Nt Emry IhOwn

WASHINGTON. D. C.. Jan. 15.-
"Few persons not directly inter-
ested In mining realize the extent to
which timber is used In this very Im-
portant industry," said a Government
expert In preservation of mine timber
who had Just returned to Washington
from the West. "The average man
Was only a vague understanding of
the imaportance of the part that tim-
ber plays in the mining industry, and
seldom thinks of the enormous quan-
tities required each year to prevent
the caving of the over-hanging ground
and to keep clear the main working

Oa...n GOA. letra Votes.

Pmm aday's Dalftly -Su:
Every day that passes lend. more
interest to the piano contest. Last
might over three hours was spent in
counting the large vote that was cast
Miss Ellis' principal vote has
been secured through her efforts In
obtaining new subscribers for The
Son and getting old subscribers to pay
what they ose. and if some of the
other candidates had been at ener-
getic in this respect they would have
a much larger vote today. Moral:
"Get lbusy.'
The piano which is to be given
away has been ordered and will be
here In a short while, when it will
be put on exhibition and the candi-
dates will have the pleasure of see-
lag what a nice Instrument they are
working for.
To make the race more interesting
we have Just received infor ation
that we may be allowed to offer ex-
tra indueements for the candidates to
work on subscriptions to The Sun.
We will give so,0 votes extra to
the oMtestant wnho ecure the lar-
eat member of ew subaMber to The
Sus rm now matil the 1st of March,
sal 25.0W to the next largest. Not
less than 20 sebecribers to count In
this ofer.
Followin is the standing of the
emdidates after yesterday's count:
Miss Doriaa WHsa, city....... 223035
Miss Catherine Halle. city .....219.72
Mass Bessle Dupree. city ..... .210.725
Missed M. Daughtrey. city....... 69.060
Miss Nannie Dickinson. city... 49.05,
Miss Mary McCormick. city... 42.193
Miss rForrie Strickland. ..... 33.2,'o
Miss Alma Fennell. cty. ..... 31,070
Miss Jessle Evans, city....... 27.6s5
Miss Julia Carter, city ........ 27.145
Miss A. Grof. Newberry ..... 21..30
Miss A. Strickland. Waldo..... !%.240
Miss Estelle Heal. cit. ...... 11.4o0
Miss Mabel antchez. its ..... 10.600
Mrs. I. Ware. High Sprin., .... 9.215
Miss Emma Hudsun. city....... 7.460
Miss Minnie Shawl. Alachua... 6.710
Miss Annie Beville ........... 5.065
Miss K. Carlton. Micanopy..... *4.175
Miss Nell DaCosta. city ....... 3,966
Miss Uale Sheppard. Hlell.... 9065
Miss Alma Sullivan, city...... 3.840
Miss Goldie lambert, city..... 2.905
Miss Julia McDonald. city.... 1.790
Mrs. A. W. Sargent ........... 1,510
Miss Ruby Albright ........... .1.12
Miss L. Sanders. Hawthorn.... 650
Miss M. Fernandes. city....... o00
Miss Elvena Staf, Waldo....... 136

I *,~3~ thl- hut '-I~~ e. tliiatae~r

when It is once treated retail I
orgtinal strength. many of th0e
called 'Inferior tintbers' which b
hitherto been considered almost vihi,
less because they decay rapidly, g
find wide use In many localities. hAl
,pecles are loblolly pine and, to a SW
tain extent. shortleaf pine. agg
mann spruce. fire-killed lodgepmb
pine. white fr. and many other oI
local timbers.
"The first of the treating plattsa r
mine timbers was put up by an iAg
ern coal company. after extensive ea
lperiments in co-operation with lt
Forest Service. which demonstramg
the practical value of the treatmelmt
Since then other plants have bees b
staUed in different parts of the coM
try. two of the latest being in th
Ct,:i, d'Aki.t lead diitrkt of Nun&n
ern Idaho. where. while there Is m
ample timber supply for some t
to come. the treatment is warrMad
by the high labor cost of replafe
, etis. The added cost of te
Ing timbers In from 10 to 2.5 per pel
of the origial cost.

"An Interesting pint In te p1rb1
1 lem of wood preservation is thi
spread of decay in old workings. eaw
ed by infection from nearby timkerM
A fresh green post. placed betwfe
two sticks that are already 'sick. i
become infected and decay much mWe
rapidly than if it were isolated Thi
contagion I similar to that of thi
ills that man in heir to. although II
usually works more lo ly. In a0
large mine a tuo-mile tunnel wJ
completed e,!ht 'ear- ago and dO
Ing the first four the' tir0b11
stood up in fine ihape Thre timll
of decay began, to creep in here al
there, and since then the disease
extended throughout the entire lefat
of the tunnel. necetAitating anu ad
expenditure of between four and w"
thousand dollars for re-placing ti.'
bers rendered useless through dcW.
Less than one-fourth of this sum PH
for timber, the remainder reprOIG'
Ing the cost of framing and install,
Unquestionably many of the er5vyI
which crush the timber and bhb
the mine tunnels, often causing WI
deaths, are due to nothing but WA
"The work of tre at!ing '?1' ,!.a
Is considered of such ini'.'irt.ineP thlt
one group of ni'-n. In tlh, For
Service gives its entire attenltiO *
this subject Inetltigt. nork <1
tried on by this branch of ithl' E'
since it was orgaulezd ht.- tdelo
strated that treating %li, *0-. .'MaI
,r. e-raftl e %sill II r4lai ite tICe 6
tialaI-r lIndef ltu rl> ini li as- he I
t*-fore t wa I s utj-ct toi r;il. al dlec5,
'll4 tOi l i.terect ht iw I SIx to 0 ," f IX
coiuni,,rs of tlniter aixl tiri r MO* t-
lil-a. to bll. ai') (h I lal. ,i ,iB
ii .ia* li..a t tjlixiti to tllIr 4"*" 1po
I l e al er l r e aI aIl '. u l .ie I n I I e1
S: 1 1i' t llh ait I i1 ', f h t, 11

it rr.tIt ie &I toe-uI lie. .. o-~ y ,- k I
pile %i llp uio~ihi.. l l, e 1433. i. .!ii!,lde 1whriiL.le. t ,i, iztr
-IA f l,,l 44'' I lia[ It i. fi jair ii. t3! II. I'* ,, -AF

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I i: Iu k jl for fuatoer:- ,is ,, lit
.1 I. ~ 'llr .'* e-ic- i~i UCII IJ'I~ cn~e- I.-14!Ilie- afi ir ho liiai 51* ) 3 ) ald, cJ us- I
t~a~il ci~ eofil, ---thaish to Mrs. r. Tk
-Editor Main-I ht,*a. used mu mh Mrs. nuv~st Moinar, (,rtheirf
U Nwask rn ft sovialgillot -ofd pw 411" fes a 1lg*4W IS &~-- ~ g~d"_CbiysS

passages of mines.
"'There are two general classes ol
such timbtrs." he continued. "the first
: u t! in braclig the 'stopes.' as
they ..:r culled, where the ore is be-
in .'.< : o.t. As the ore is mined
the surrounding rock is held in place
by bracing It with heavy timbers,
'framed' Into rectangular 'sets.' When
ore directly above the first set is re
moved a second set is built in on top.
and so on. The service of these Urn.
bhrs ends when the ore is exhausted
and the active mining transferred to
another vein or ore-body.
"After a time these Utimbers decay
to a point where the pressure of the
rock walls crushes them. and a 'cave
I,*. occurs. This causes no damage if.
as I have said, the mining work has
been finished; but it sometimes hap-
pens that decay has weakened the
timbers to such an extent that the
'cave-In occurs prematurely, and then
lives are sacrificed. In such cases the.
remaining ore is also a loss, for when
the ground has once commenced to
move or 'work.' as the miners call it.
It is almost impossible to clean it out
and hold back the rock so that the
remaining ore may be obtained.
"B.t of still greater importance is
the second class of timbers used in
the main working openings, tunnels.
shafts. etc.. which are to be maintain.
ed for as lung a time as possible.
Timbers for this service are chosen
not only for their strength and Arm-
neasi but also for their ability to
resist decay.
'In nine cases out of ten. when tim.
ters are crushed, the indirect cause
lt decay, produced by low forms of
plant life. The dwindling of our tim-
ber supply has driven consumers of
wood all over the country to study
decay and Its prevention, and it i|
safe to say that In the very near fu-
t..r. e. shall see many more. aai-ieb
Il' i't, in snall plants fur the treat
S,!it of ( their tiliwrs, aft r tl.t |,.t
t ;a o lth. planit., lhat hae bt., d s5l -,. at l l:i-.illl d for this luri'oh.e
hb, t", I'nt.-d States Fort S .r..
..Ilk 'aIIk cit h Iftriua. nct it ',.lr -r'a
I Ill0 lot iM.ade to o-iat de
a 11 liiil iiit. 1l The addiillt n
, ,- i -I t

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I(Dy Rev. D. L Bramming)
WVALDO Ja,. 15.--. I. Bryant, ai
tile f PrWD Bryst. priaedpel of our
le asE wMt he arrived from Ken-
Imd p ated of Paul Wiater the
S msaMtly purchased by nim
SWm as the Drmose pisee. He ex-
Sbo a ahis bly oe ad will go into

mal D mls mIs qI o ll and
Mr. o 1-1M I-h Dir. DePass of
is A air di t be ppe"pdlctU said
i m m proeMbly be nosee

Dr. J. BWlnor msb> w to At.
ia to t a aspeil sowue which
w asmeltate his absesem for some
1 ~Dr. m e km hiMs prawsee.
t iat dillM of Mr. and Mrs.
tftar died aOd was Interred In the

deer aa7. Bev. D. L Branning
Ig itng,. ThM was thelr fir t child
-g Ied e Jss was peculiarly affective.
NW 00806 rated In the vicinity are
fte aI from wagema at a cent a piece.
itt aMd rapsPrt two for Ave cents.
too Mr. PaIes aad wife of Michigan
S Ogle as a viTet to Mrs. Pierce's rel,..
I tft., Mr. ad Mrs. Renault. and
MW Ow have their resalduece pruoprty r,,-
Spaired and improved.
Charley Atwater is still confined to
b, bed traom the gunshot wound re-
Seoghived accidentally by his own band
i aMe Utime ago.
TRe. T. L. Barr SUed his fArt al-.
S pMamst for the new year last Suu-
b at the Methodst church. Them
i a ire.aima were the largest for a
isag time.
The old Cowferate veterans ere
mlde happy tiM waek by receiving
- their Stat0 p0anOA. which come once

A. Jey and daughter. Mrs. Good.
Iao, of Oralne Heights, were in Wal.
doe Thrtday trading
PIm Oeiger has moved his stock of
VeOarie at on hbi farm for his con
vesTle to cofoetction a it his farm


SU gpbfts t kw T.1 tomm
vve e VVim.t.It I.. A

liver 41"i W"'

Nowical l'a'.I

by ir. Ell.-h
*ini1wnt I

ftm kid~my trout, C.

KlhuinreaftUP-RIticef. P1
liveror laatd r tru CAWltek IL
jjk YE,. eh
.ini k"mbyd271. alsoateU-001e teIll. h
I-1164W Ma. I tij;uoi a @ ad I n.wIIi i
44640 to Dr. o hbe
is ftvig akw.i haasn;.

Iathd ou ad e-a~)i

%y &H psi druggistsTDon't maku
1 06 bwt a ~.Swamp Root,

A Healthy Liver Makes
A Well Man





Genefit Performance by Hone luTcnt
SWas All That CouV e / Wished
I for by the Public

F'oau lrt, ) i) D.iall su n
On. of th '1t *r .'t.( t"I < ...- r .
a-ii -*..t,,lt o ir h lo .l l ;:. r. I:. *
tailt' L RI t thlb. N w inAird .T *
(h;rhi ". \t;:i i OI o i. t, .
Sl uui 0.sti *n-S ili'. h' lt '' *S" t- t. 1 f
Swith a s." The hliitclr'ml si i. .
are PSalcil t, 4 to mak. dt
lwpltit'Ic iuh Miniaelf well i 1,
the r .-i ], *e ;'irt:,m in *t.t '. r f
to th.e lsed of the illay. the auildim .
and pilayn rs woerq In harnioiv
It wa' hut natural to sulli'o. ti(it'
under Uwt mtinstaking dire rtion *'-
Mr. Hudgins th. e'lntire ciot., ut.. li
acquit them'felve rrrdttahly. hut A.
did not Iexprt to witlnos a Ie.rfor
mance, the equal. if not the 'i|, .,r
of many of the traveling ,'ni;'',,.-
When such IIl.ys and pilay. r. (.i .n
easily b' had at home. we ,w .ii t i,. i,
want for good. wh,.-some, ani t* ;
"Charley's .\utit*i s a at coll- g.K i.t
iod deals 1itih t, 'e prankA of th.*r
und**rgradluatt-v of ()xfOrd. '. I
whom disguhles as a womiam, To.
attempt to give all the IrawdM' d.s*i
by the dilferent members of the comn
lany would take too long. The bogus
aunt, Ilayed by it. M. TIn-h. was all
we could dsirs. his make-up, n'.ting
end costuiling toingi peIrf-.' t \We-
have seen him in many part b hut
think this the star part of his career
Fletcher Burnett and Addimin Pound
as his college chumsn were natural
and easy, and worked and acted Just
as two young lovers would. Toni
Btevemn. as usual, was fine. as the
father of Jack. :!e vorki J and ;lay
ed the part to the lift.
Ernest Molnar made an excellent
servant Hisestern., deliberate manner
would make the ordinary butler green
with envy. Theo Hudgina. as Spet-
tigue, aided the comedy by his work
Mrs. W. J. Denby. as itDuna Lucia
D'Alvadores. was the Ideal aunt. Mrs
J. W. McCal;um and lMi', Gertrtud.
Wagner. as Kitty and An.,. wer
charming and eet Ied ix.rfe tiy :,
home. They did much to euili\n ti ta
different scenes in which they sijeaur-
ed. Miss Nina Cellon. as the orphan.
Ell1a elahay, was as sweet as could
be wished. In fact, the eutirv casis-
drearie uustlnted i.raise for
faathlul work.
As Mr. Hudginus .as, "It's not 1a,
easy matter to rehearse and put ou
t pllay like 'Charley.,'s Aunt' In c01.W
vr.k. .e\,u llh r .r(J.--.,*'nal ; v-', 1i
Iu1eti It tw to t1ak1 l-' ,.- :'*l;t .Ith
vlyv fl e t.full r'!:-:!" il t-
.wc hale I I.:,\. :s r' :;it t rfe.l
proud II .'* i or I.
'th le- hearel '.. i il ,, of th i
ladie,',s and geniit' .1a. 'i w i,\ a d1 ml, isii
1e. rformanre a grail eui( P dull I
Ih.ank them ifor their aid
STihe music was furnished d b) ih w
jHlntesivllie Orcheatrj,. and tlhii i1,w
r lanizatlon -how5 It -..f fit-, dmel-)I
i14 il a biagh grad, IrKxliizatiod i iii.

Lame Shoulder.
rhio is a conimono form of njuscular
rhturnatisma. No internal triatm.eut
Is needed. Apt>1 Ch('ihultwrlarin 'a l.iii-
wenut freely tal,. a day and a quick
cure is ctrtaiu rhids liniteut has





Capital, $75,000.00 Surplus. $17,591.74

W I. THOMAS, PFirlent (; K 1: i-. I- \ .v-Pm.
E. D. TURNER, Caa.ier W. H. 1TAYI.<1i, 2.1 \'i.-Pf.

H. F. ittlln. J. G. Nichol, J. A. Mau.tsly. M. \ anl-r4,.. W 1 T!h, J. B. i'P l'tt. (,. K. Broolit, W. B. Taylor.



~~leuseti e5&vcia~li) 'aiuabk fur nauicu-
Fevr erSem. lar and ehrmaite rt i mratai-uin. And
Paverowesand old chronic &5ovb i" jisrt to Igi%,#dull k5 h. !.. Via.zmtiewr-
ekMli DW be healed entirely, but ':11AvI.1i.lii.1-141 10 Ski) 11wat txcclltnt
AeMN be kept in heAlthy coudtidat 11-a beI i r If'. 111A 1,twai'ca. lPrice ~
Thisembe das by applying Chamber 't.l ark ii, :.t-* Fl't.-r
"si'Salve. _7his salVe hall utn sU S Itlricgi-
prwkwfOr thU purlpu.v it it al~ -
"t exmelvl nt r cba.L-ptd bandio borv!C ~ t.6Ih
mipplee. burns and diseaswr of ts Ow... Ic''1..'. 1I

ski. For sale by all druggit e

Se0ad Over to Circuit Court
S-ty S"eriff Rolaud of It iUi,
Grove brought In on TrhuirdJ isjit
Rck-ard Noelsn, Johbi .ge> anild I.l
Law. all unegroe, charged Alitt tI
robbery of I rertw autr at I.-.I.,1l
Urote ou the might of the hit ti.--i

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C Ii f tie'
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-&Vol) Motr.*'
It You WUilltake Ful.y~b WWI, "1E q~J j .0j11(lhe
(live uNtilbthebowuls icscu~e r- ;&4 ill ** 1Its? ~iiIt
Ies WW a"methave tW takeji'urgt I *tcnjir I- ti-
PONSLUMv Fa&oley's OriuuIAxiAqs
~7at UUqi i ad w__t
'a UAW E.amg* s tum IV. W.eIL

W'. ,,-Iiands~,

Wmn. H. Sttckert,

C. A. Faircloth,




Capta and Surplus, $115,000.


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Tor businesss Solicited, Whether Large or S

l i l l d will Ivpt pi atedt L y

S.S buuvkI

r UIET =.n l. m:ywon.
With Cao, Art rmis rale"r ln UnUI lkw: am
Sawd gurs ftr all ti4jesees duced bi alTWD-
Ir ory of the dead!y effects of many drugs used for t"o
On le purchased loft a ugyso" fro
ulpol Wm. v,. GpishE, Ce IbMI% a eM


ft L IA KNum~h6a hI gMorphyaki ofUnmdf
ans= ve swsllmsw .2 ith ,e sm I s =
SWISSas and. d think ita qamd lmsioim
amm Liver C Dmosings
Lans NtdS, N. ATOMd ADSBsa
BalardSnow LinimentC.
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We hov~e bee t ,s#Applj~ij ti'.

Weco.cvvj .1"ag. tosp@fo
03S, u %'I'D. a4. Work NugMMe

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* the New One.

E Dally ba.
S away of the corner
I-aboard depot on Wed-
the citizens of Gaines-
9 traveling public will
a aw modern waiting sta-
i its stead.
) work of clearing up the
bean fairly started Agent
I ia receipt of the above
which will be pleasing
number that travel over

eIleU time has been set
mi tia .,...".ence on the pro-

boldin the

agent said
within the

Weeks, and the new build-
a blessing to the tra,.-l-
as it would be comnplet.'
i1 all its appointments.
y for both Ci.rks Hall
i they had left the old
iml in time to escape death.
I t of the offices when the
S e not due to leave the
6:30 p. m., but had left at
L sad secaped by only a few
*b" as the outside platform
S r struck the building.
OIW George was in charge of
l- that did the demolishing
It was a complete Job so
Fte east end of the building
IMrned. He had a train of
go loaded cars and was
Sthe o in on the siding to
Oayville for a lot of perish-
and It was one of this
S neded with lumlwr. that
three rooms of the main
destroying the large block-
W had been erected to stoip
Before they reached the

W demolished the stopping
Sway the east side plat-
weat through the white sit-.
the le and stationery room.n
Up within about two feet
nikarl's desk in the off es.
11 petition, flooring, brick
MId all to the fourth petition
It wW finally checked In its
Had the accident happened
when the offices were full
all would ha\l bhe'ei kil!
SIs0a"ly injured.
t ek upon whieh thi." c.r *,'-
|tbm not been u~e'dl for th. pa~-v
b or more, and it is a niy-
| hoW it was switched on. as
was of the- insmpre WI on the north sidetrack
Ie of the occurrence and was
Ip at a rapid rate at the
S ltingle car went into this
SdI did the damage.
f repairs are now wing
M the building, which will be
BI l the new station can be

SIPure Food Law.
h016y Wilson says: "One of
I"0t41 of the law is to Inform'
M1limer of the presence of cer-
k1 a I drugs In medicines."
010 "itqlres that the amount of
- opium, morphine, and
SbAteforming drugs be stated
hIel of each bottle. The manl
of Chamberlaln'i Cough
hOve always clalue-d that their
i 414 D4 ( contain lan of tl.<'-e
V* d4 the truth of thii claim a
' Oft Profi'n, as no inlilton of
lN k ade on the lahl. This
S oW01 o1ly) onle of the saf,.tt.
1 the tbe't Ill U.*- fofr coUIKihs
0S1. It*s alu,. has bn Ir ptro\tl
e (4tioi during th, IaUny
b i f k s l. i, Iei t | F',,r


%is b,1L Nl~I s C I
e alvIT b&.em $e~

What This Gainesville CitiNen Says
Only Correberates the Stery
of Thvouand.

The particulars related by this rep-
resentative citizen of Gainesville are
similar to hundreds of others In this
city. When there are scores of peo-
ple. all anxious to tell about the bene-
fits received from the use of Doan's
Kidney Pills, the gv4ate t skeptic in
(;alnesville must be convinced. Read
the following:
Mra. S. E. Phl:koson. living at 60G
W. Liberty street. Gaine eille. Fla..
says: "My daughter had been In poor
health for some time. and I am sure
that It was all dqe to weakened kid-
neys. She was not strong, felt nerv-
ous and was subject to dull headaches.
These symptoms, together with others
that existed. induced me to procure a
box of Doan's Kidney Pills at J. S.
Ilodiford & Co's. My daughter used

them accordingly to directions, and I
am glad to tay that she was cured. I
feel- that I owe a great to Doan's
Kidney Pills and am glad to recom-
mend them to any person suffering
from kidney disease."
For sale by all dealers. Price .'"
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Ituffalo,
New York. sole agents for the United
Remember the name--Doan's-and
take no other.


Prominent Young Gainesville Peopic
Join Future Destinies.
Prom Friday's Daily Sus:
Dr. Harry L. Pearce and Miss Lyde
flowers were happily married at the
lomnie of the bride's parents. .Mr. and
Mrs. G. M. D. flowers. 407 East Lib-
erty street, Thursday evening at 7
o'clock. Dr. J. 1. Parker pterformingi
the cor'miorl 0
The affair was a very quiet one and
rily thei ini.ldiate mnemblters (if the
family of the cot;!r.ctci., c partzi,.
were pr*'-.nt. ibh the 'exception of
(t,. youink's business jiartnur. Dr.
J. 11. Alderman.
Dr Pearce is a prominent young
dentist of the city lanud ; %as rail'-d
here. Hle only a tfew %ars -i:ice grad-
uated with honors and located here to
follow his chosen lproufetion.
The bride has bten a resident of
Gainesville for the past few years. re-
moving here with ,.er family from
Itartow. and she has madel' many
friends during her residence in the
Following the ceremony a dainty
ail.J * dinner was served at the-
home of Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Colsn.
un Eat Alachua avenue.
The couple received many useful
and handsome presents, and The Sun
joins their host of friends in wishing
them a happy and pleasant wedded

Don't 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 and get
rid of it. Take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and you are sure of prompt
r1 lief. From a small beginning the
sale and use of this preparation has
*-xtended 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
retputatioi and extensite use. Sold
by all druggists

Mr. Hudgins Grateful.
Editor Sun: I b'a- space its your
Ipalp r to *.xlr' niy fe ling of grati
tude' to eacth I r n 'ln -r of th,' *.caot*
Shio worked with ile to Iuiak'- "C.'har-
ly')s Aunt" a aucc( 'Il T. ir Ill-
ilte'~i t to att,-nd r, hear.-al-. al Io tit'-
hr t sfl Hv t I %tien! in o < r 1mlt
I )\i. r .>4.. i> tie diff.T.relit m-4 sr Ilio'i.
:i\ rk .t l a ur \%\'ith that .l it
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:., I ,, t i h il i 11. I r til11

1 1l .1 : f \ l\ l r It e I t.
ti t 1 1" ,1\ .

Bi~cRemcdy for La Grippe.

~ ~ ~ ~ 0' let I)I_: 1. d s t $..It e 1 1t~

~ re. I d Ic f*a i citekiv% ae'm

I 14k' #,Al. Volt.) jlie' s ud' s id sr
lete)%:IIUlS P&4ka-e J .3 -UJ



New f-d He Will Suild Will Give
Him Ample Paelitlee to Keep
Supplied With Loge.

rrr day's Dally On:
T. J. Swearlngen. the sawmill man
of Kanapaha. has just signed up a
lease from the Seaboard giving him
sufltMient rails to lay several miles
of track to haul logs to his large
milling plant at this place.
Owing to several delays the machin-
ery has not all been installed at his
new plant, and he was waiting until
be can- secure the additional rails to
bulid a road and extend It Into the
heart of his timber before ordering
the remainder of the machinery.
Ily securing this new rail he will
be enabled to keep his mill In olwra-
lion to its full capacity. This Is the
largest of any mill in this section.
He has recently purchased an en-
gine and will keep this running on the
new road he will build, which will
touch a section heavily timbered, and
may eventually be used for other
purposes in connection with the mill.
He expects to have the mill running
at its full capacity within the next
thirty days. Workmen are now plac-
ing the machinery as fast as it Is re-
ceived and a force of hands will at
once be put to work on the roadway.
the grading having already been done
onv sone ,,art.,.

A Religious Author's Statement.
For several years I was afflicted
*- t. s. v r 1.t:-', :: 1 :!a.t whinter
I uas suddenly etiicken with a severe
pain in ni" kidneys and was confined
to bed eight days unable to get up
without assistance. My urine con-
tained a thick white sediment and I
passed same frequently day and night.
I comnitnced taking Foley s Kidney
lteime abated and finally ceased and my
urine became normal. I cheerfully
recommend Foley's Kidney Remedy.
J. W. McCollum & Co.

The Hartefelde Here.
B. D. Hartsfield and family have
arrived in the city from Moultrie. Ga.
and will make this their future home.
'1 hey are pleasantly located at 1U6
South Arredondo street. in one of the
handsome new houses recently com-
pleted by- .. ) Strit-gfllow
Speakit:g of this e-tina'!e!:
The .Moultrie Daily Obscrer of Jan-
uary 4 has the following to jay:
'"Mr. B. D. Hartsfleld and family
%ill leave tonight for Gainesville. Fla..
where they will make their future
h-me. Mr Hlartsfield. who recently
sold out his wholesale grocery Inter-
.-tIs here. is ctnhirrding ln a similar
business there. The family has been
a valuable one to Moultrie and they
are released with serious regret.
They are commended to the good peo-
ple where they are going."

Scioentflo Spanking
Consist In punishment only when
a child is actually bad. Some moth-
ers think that all crying Is badness-
it's not. When your baby cries, look
for pins or some external cause; if
you can't find them gtvhe the baby
White's Cream Vermifuge. as the
chances are it is suffering from worms
which keep It hungry and cross all
the time. Pleasant to lake-sure in
Its action. Price 25 cents. Sold by
W. M. Jobnson.


A'Ittill-l: Jan. I'F -The create and
\ i ;* @ lIt l Ittill I- rutlltlllgK ic l full tllat.
atol Iannot k*-'i up wilth ord. rs
lIr lHu:,.)> eati Dl)r Ge-tz.n of New

(G *, Hligh-fi ti, h h.a- ,re. d hil.s Pcon

I t. i, tlt t i'e,l-' fi & l\i tid1

h -11,, 1 -) 11 -1.1.. ..f -, ., f hII
S I i it> ?l it I I l',c tie ti 1 *. -ll f

1 u | h|. Itl l .1* l. r ttakll,. I'" "
I, e l.. indl y at the' flilt a IKI i
k li,. ,rT biiddl .r IroulI.- l if ),,u r
tu-d t thatt netgict might result I11
ltrtiht', dell.-ase ur dilwtut luF-e)> a
Kiduney tReuedy corrects irregulari-
tie and cures all kidney and bladder
disorders. J W. McCollUw & Co.



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The Youb~min~ ~~wO
-In use For O ISo Y

NKM catalogue for the comlag se- on atal. a g*l kg ^
Not, Forst and Ornamental TT Ma vin arsetes. Sfweh
Palms, ermn and othn ND FOR IT. : :
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lhe first NItioul Ink 1 AcL-m


At Cl ee of- Suel-ea Neve. er U-th, 19S.

Loans .............. 42,673.17
Overdrafts ......... 277.42
U. 8. Bonds........ 25.000.00
Real Estate. Furnt-
ture and Flituree 7.197.34
Cash and Exchange 47.381.35

Capital .took....$ IM..m
Undivided P.tis 1,m6.M
Crana Notwes MA
Depoito......... Ar5m."
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Bdt Borroweo. Med.A



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

J. Robert
WiJ. Seert.
J. C. Bishop.

Oldest Whiskey Hute

C.L A. Fabib
0. W. MeCOl.
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Some Alcohol Questions BEN TILLAN STARTS

0 aal N hos AN AMEI AN CI

ft of1ftte Y I only
a 6* t6m acool? Yel A*k your A d I. (6 uMto o drosv

STa be e A W t Cab UAt.

ow, I AL WASHINOTON, D. C., Jan. 15.- make Inquiry of the clerk d
U PWith t vow ti f wt that busEines and let
S Bonaptrte In the course of a few w n I
1111111- I Vl A ~n U PO N and postmasaer.oeneral Moyer would write me a letter."
SAnanlas Club," Senator Tillman yes After having the letter of t
terday addressed the Senate. He al- torney-General read he declan e
ternated between acrid denunciation up to this time, and after nle .
of ,these two members of the Presi- nothing had been done In regaMt
dent's cabinet and ridicule which he the order of Congr,,ss to bring 80
ha hurled at them. Mr. Tillman ret.rr. il to the
S Mr. Tiliman maid it was not plea- of the Attornry-Un rnl. -w e
u t fant for him to intrude his personality know how slow Ihlt. Iliocesses of
upon the attention of the Senate. law are. especially against
LiL V~at Id-I have enough notoriety already. aires. We all know t It irocem
5FGdeclared Mr. Tillman. "and I am not ins 'ready to do it, of being -ao
h, t a l---Brti. ad. H. W. Flemlng No. 1014, Green Cove Springs. anxious to advertise myself, but the to do it. "
Ij Uw te Second brigade Capt. F. M. Ironmonger, R. K Lee Senate knows the provocation I am He referred to Plo-tmaster43,a
i/M ift 0val UMated Confederate No. 8, Jacksonville. under, and I trust will bear with me." Meyer and his .-tatm'nent that 1
M m 110= 1111mMm4es1 the IfoDlowlag ap- Capt M. L. McKinsey, J. J. Dickin- speaking of the differences of recol- President tad b-*e'n inpo ssesio
*4 mdogg g e bhri M de staff: s No. 1617, Lake Batler. lectiona between himself and Attor- the facts in thiA. care only sians
-U1 UfL f&V. L Dittj, Sutast-g- Capt. Leisael Whaley. Joseph Fine- neyGeneral Booaparte. he declared: member 18 and charat(rzed thar
a41 M i AM 4t Mta r W a No. 54 am No. 1614. Ive O ak "I am ready to have my word put "Falsehood No. I.-
616 f Capt.P Joseph Price, J. J. Finley No. against his in any court in Christen- Mr. Tillman announc..4 that he b
2 3 s wLi .a Kau 1t 111, iT,. PalataM. dom and to let my record In the past received a circular sent out by
.... AL Tom. Oeald.v Capt J. P. eddlek George T. Ward for truthfulness, honesty and Integrity In which the following statemef
Ugr W. Vems. judge advocate No 10, Williston. stand against his." made:
a. 3 Lee Ne. 68, Jackson- Capt. 8. M. Wilson. George T. Ward He raMt"ed that he was not only "Some day I shall have Justice
No. 148. Inverness. dealin with Presaedt Roosevelt, reparation, and when that day e
32' 1im IL k. Imne. l oawTr Capt J. B. Dell. Stowall No. 1438. 'bat with all the cabinet ocers who now not far distant, theee wEl a
36L M, O in.g lake. Gainesville. are In bm.ue because. according to noise that will be heard aroust
SW. w Varter- Capt J. Mill, Nassaa NO- 1*, the newspapers they are discussing world." That statemne-nt by Dorr, I
8g@4M W. W. lart Na 13, Kinag Perry. me at cabinet meetings and are de- Tillman insisted, wa-a conclusive per
The brigadier general commanding termlned to accomplish my ruin if ipo- that Dorr had r.'- ived aar
50110 s J. 3111' s y appeals to each member of his staff sible. from the Presid, at that be i
agatma s NO 143U. lUH, M wama11. to aid in every possible manner in "When I deal with as unscrupulous "drag Tillman duon -. a liar a
M t te U. t aa I a6 *hiC a oft ,ry. carrylag out to the letter the duties men as I do now. I am prepared for scound:r .'" I
i Ml. ISm Aaftla and responsibillUes of their offices by anything, even ;he assassin's knife. He wanted to know what degree
MW Mart l PtL adl o~ c encouraging all veterans to Join the My mall is being held up. I am satir- falsehood was to be charged to a
UU Noh 5. uBrSt. camp at their apective locality, at fled of that. I will not say my room two cabinet officevr.a Ir head
Sftb T. DiUmmb pirm lter tending the reunions and assisting by has been broken into, because there or bootlicks or % hat vr the PM
L JrWl fAith t AgusW- the performance of the man.y duties are keys that can open everything In dent has around him.'
devlvIng upoa them om these oca- this capitoL They may not have stol- Mr. Tillman laid s-trris upos
MOW. i;, Sit f i a* s msa, and ta smashing the princi- en my papers, but they are gone." flirt that he had not ats-nipted to
m -& M % 8l ples which are the Wte of the brigade Mr. Tilllman then narated a con- tain any GIovernm,..t l.,,nd. but only
U. T '" W. Ct ti NU" O by aiding In sewing the enthusiastic versatUon he had over the telephone purchase land that had bhe givet
sMlob 91 NO K 111 cooperattlo of the United Daughters yesterday with Attorney-General Boo- corporation with tle 'tipulatloa m
MOW I CL. .M..1t. ai.a. paIe** of the Confederacy, and the Utnited aparte In which he asked whether a that corporation should sell it to 'L
I C s' e Ma S I OMaL. loss of Cofederate Veterans that suit had been brought against the public at $2.W0 per acre.
Aa ftO f cap every local rpresemtative of a Con Southern Oregon Company, the holder He insisted that he was eatntlit
aw JW. gL Mam em. fs L derate soldier, whether male or fe- of the military road grant. a full investigation of these ch
M OWL. mai, of the eseatles coastltuting the "He did not know." said Mr. Till- and to a report, as he did not
V gag t. TeS'. WV. W. S o brigade. shall worthily occupy his and man. to rest unIler the impiutations that 1
Sa ft keUeW her proper place in the racks of our "There had been some correspond- been cast upon iimi. If o rep
LL L a Mr a A. Rfay rgmaalaatito as weB as In their re ence and a discussion back and forth should be made. he zaid the 11
adk aroS a. petive asme aftles of our beloved as to the method that should be pur- aion would go abroad that the SeI
f, 3. lK. ut, NWa"an IMe If4, md to as sacred Southland. sued by the special counsell" he said. had whitewashed him and that he S
,-. a By order S H. LONG,. "I pressed him for an lanmediate an- guilty of some wrongdoing which I
ps^Hi "iT. V.V. TOfls, 3 A ry No. Brigadier General Commanding. swer. yea or no. He aid he would did not wish to rest under.
.a rt.S, W. L. DITTO, -
At O C. Wl0bnLsaw, Charles Sotoe Agdtaat u^aa'dm y gg Tlllhe prie of tickuti has bees S ,
ii S tE V 51 I1551 UM at a nominal rate of $2. wuich ,
d a occu AT LK M daci privileges, and all vilsitOr
SWRLLM OCCUR AT ELKS HOME ON the city will be admitted for theU ,i

as ** e.M TUlSDAY EVINI sum of 50 cenDh per couple
The event is given on the blrt
_Pseof GesW Robert E. Lee, and pOSSt
U -i __ i Wlnot already having tickets can ise
a Pa--a S .a .a m a Th. e, W ak to aU a aeAm Cnupls With Diaiwing them at the store of Miller & Va l
X 5MS WEE Prlvllge._Onleewrs Moe. Music for this ocadu.. -will tl

7m-m f furnished by the Gainem ill orCub
AU a. M d t which is now among the best la
en ftW t a Dalry ss : State.
f a ins The Confederate Ball which is to
IM.S I s aD. W. Va. J"a. 14.-A ter, J. H. Cobth. George auseey, be given under the auspices of the Three Greeks were arreS i
1"iot5arl 9a thiMt*ve bodies have bo eePtmrank Harston. Henry Lee. Anthony Kirby Smith Chapter at the Elks' Pensacola last Sunday for shlal
11ti6 B 01 the MI-fated miae at Lick Johnson, Lemuel Dean and a man Home on Tuesday evening promises shoes and are held uid' r bond to *
--4- Le. Thr rescue crews of forty known as "Tattoo." to be the greatest society event of the pear before the courtt nas
aseu ink, led by State Mine lspect- Nine unidentiled bodies and two 880on. term. The arr,,ts %.* i. made b) I
d W W06- an Orady, Nkcholis and Warner. others have been brought out. but This event has been quietly gotten- sheriff enforcing th, S. .1.da) bl*
te 4 Ware at work. The awen la these have not yet been placed In the up by the ladies of the chapter who law in that giry
winv reopwe the met ghastly sights morgue. have bo--1n sittg entertainments for -
withie the torn and Are-swept cor- Experienced mine men are author. the' iaut e e ral )ear,. and that the If you have lost or foutn.i Jaythsl
rlmers amd worklang of the mine. Ity for the statement that this is the will 'iak' at I'- u'cWa' of the affair i. lo not fail to k.- e y' "r eye on t
B, whereI bodies are found masgied and Arat case on record where two epto one d>oul" Il th.' le-ast. for thi. aild o.wn.,it.4I adve 't.-iixg ti.amnfl
SW -mtilated beye"d identISaSUo. skims occurred In the same miui-t in s -..
heow Wd b fIt is diflcult, they declare, to dis- such a short sp(tace of time and are
Ci thei g.g tlndalltlAsh between white and black be- unable to explain It. SuSne s oms.
O r" by,, cause they are so frightfully btnietr of them point to the. fact that th. Or do 9aW eyes htie hlur, sMa r 3d
US 111 1M been osme bodies taken from lbe miu-ne thernmtetr fne ll I' de. -.Il "gre aIt wh y9 read If o ta i ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
aF aL a 1e ra femhl charred masses of IlSeh .u .sral bours on. th., morning of .th
a to it u wderst th a ore la human beings. erom sum.f disasr ,r anid Iot I t ti :,-ih r.t, 1.1 aN
i f a lamp h> bodies l are gone; from other thi cliatnge-s int thi w.eithli r h.a \e 4 etn-.T-r I LAy il[t.I.,, ,,I ,'.e wrakvn, -,,,.. I t'. C N.,
e a IM piane fr a t"me. One was he-adle-a able.110 inflaen't r helI. .11t i
'M T. IMe ..prie The following is a list of the known s,,i ,,, ni. di-.. ie, y i -t. t.1 a ..u. tl.. r
a a th n ks t7ey wlU d: J YOU .) 1..-
S M a 8 *e one, which WhteoERterutt Phillips. Geot 'se IetO )KNoKE V 1 The- .,,r READ WE TELL Y FREE
* he f1 he t imeek land a tVers. A. R. Miller. Jose ph Jou,-n flIk atid \ttWe t.n ratir lre.l,, t, I-.. READ
Charles Phillips. David Burruit. iltl.> rtun a a is- tal train teo v .,t I \ *r .i --1 t u4 k. ,
Surratt. Ed Cullitia. Jamet- A Tr.1-e tlM ll i. freom 1.I.k Itr:rait h t. it t r. i N
t" f Robert W ythe. I Aie tl ArrlI ttnm, I. lh a .rii- f t t i, ,ti v.iI.. \ I :11 t t
4. felator of the ry Do ks. 1. .,t,! fa.,as la,. 1 ti l m* a m : n .a: -
mailn. ft ye ter CoAor'd-Lutlh.r Ihouldiu Jiltohn i. I irelm r 1it -t:.tIs. n COMFORTI
w m b he to as -t--o- I
a sum 4 ft he lars One0-I U-eN ia a furulah-d rouut The b.tbi ut anwe-riag ads that C. H. COLES & SON
*b fU ewill a be pltty "'idepesdsat- for the a.pei'al to you is one that aill keeol Ed jg m b
f fH S'aM best t0 be had with vou inta reete in the life you ye *i




3 INS. at Galue
Scores of Me.arh .

slM le, Fierids.

7& -A .-gspt
F f Sbe riooim:
Week Uamn 91 a year;
sa.; -. ot est Sc.

ita s 1 cents a
Mt -d4 10 eets for each
yu intmS for three.
m-ths at special rates.
ua pon application.
Death notices inserted
6 cents a line.

Clubbieg List.
The Thrice-a-Week
Sone year.......$1.65
dl The Atlanta (Ga.)
OMastitlon one year. 1.75
-< The Atlanta (Ga.)
SJournal one year l..'o
The Semi-Weekly
me year ....... 1.50

w aot accept stamps of
.iaINSUOUthan 2 cents.

We now thronging the
eo artis n large numbers
-MS promises to be the
la the history of that

RMsville's paper manufac-
l nation Florida newspa.
bto mmUly printed on paper
"Made in Gainesville"

are agaln irri-
BApeMs bills having been
I the State Legislature
aeSS from holding land
separation of races in

ivlle authorities are at.
who infest that city.
9 aI good idea for the
ries to do a lttli.
M, especially among
e ifest the neighbor-
Aheward depot.
Hernando. ObceolA,
Wd* Paso counties ha~e
for the 8tate
their boards of couutI
Othr counties Ahikh
Ubitas, due to individual
t lading citlzeas, inc!-..-
Ml6tMs DeSoto. Lee, Polk.
SColhmbia and 8t

9 O iMOIuann Benjamin F.
I k b s chosen by the lu.-
Its to ucceed Jame A.
Il tis United States Sen-
Iiy the Hooeler Democrats
E $t HiMo. John W. Kern,
S f candidate. had been
Barer4 in being noml-
i MO inaninag mate of Mir.

is it to note the grad-
to their reward of the
t ballasv.le. A few more
it s e of them who made
d beone In the flfUes will
Mit Me the trials and hard-
Wb but few years they spent
**1 t was ever inhabited

ldms of earlier settlers
every one of whom
i ta and its people as

wlhiomee Legislature hsb
S v prohibiting the masu-
SIS Of itoxicatinug liquorsa
W glles of a church or
In that State. Now look
I*e aembetr of the Flor-
to iutroduce, a slui
as hIe Wt iuI th~l Aull. Should bUch a initt
k h baus,'t hoi% ..% r. r .-
_ eiwould ,'to it tid a
OIW Would be r. ilmre d1 to

O iver int,

W. V Ki ..
S '' ii t ,, I '01

6 0 ,i, ,, ,
ejti a r ,. ; ,,i 'I

w4ch u, .1 it..
Sthor SiAt.

The Washington Post says: "Let
a State of the South be treated pre-
clely as a State of the North is
treated by the administration that
Is, consult the manhood and the In-
telligence of the South when it comes
to swleetinf Federal officials down
there, and impose on that iweople no
public functionary odious in their
Eight. If that course tle pursued--and
It never has been pursued by any Re-
publican President there will be a
beginning of a dissolution of the 'solid
South.' and when the South does,
work a political revolution it will do
it regardless of the solidarity of New
England or the Middle West or the
Par W'e.t. It is. a |'or conmi.iment to,
XNew England to say It is solid be-
cau'e, of the politics of the. South.
The beginning of the dibsolutilon of
the solid South will come when Ohio
and South Carolina are given eqpiual
consid-ration in the councils. as to
policies and patronage. of a Republi-
can admiii-traition.
The Italtimore Sun (DI-m.) says:
"Discriminating Americans. familiar
with the high standard of decorum
and delicate sense of propriety which
characterized Senators from Sout h
Carolina in other days. sill probably
not take as lenln-t a view of Sena-
tor Tillian's conduct in his transac-
tion as the Senator himself and many
of his friends do. Mr. Tillman has
Probably convinced those who know
him best that he did not make a pur-
posely misleading statement to the
Senate; that in securing action by
the Government in these land cases
he has rendered a service to thou-
sands of persons w ho desire to secure
quarter sections in the tract of 2.0ot.-
,,0tO acres in Oregon and Southern
California now controlled, as Mr. Till-
man alleges. by Mr. Roosevelt's 'bent
friend.' .Mr. Ha.rriinatr. But. however
.mniall the S'nator' piwronal interest
w.ay. ha\e lex n in tl., succet.s of the
(;vclrnimel t'si suit. Instituted on hi.
initiative, it Ia, -.till a a conmuie'rcial
awl i.ran tirc:l,. t. I' r-'iis with
-. hiiihl. dev-lojlwd senre of the' pro-
r; ilt( s mill flHd it difficult to rec(on
clie the Senator's promotion of hil
i,,.r-,o:,al bu inc-R, even thoui;h it be
lawful to do this, with the high-maiinl-
ed. diAintee-i'-t'd, publie-spiritd dl,
charge of S t:,t .r'.l r.*"I a n i-thilit!: .
It would be 111., to co(' i eie of
Calhoun promote ing legislation of
which he' would bw the h'nrtf( iary."
The Jacksonville Tinies-l'nlon say.:
havingng insulted Congress in grossly
vituperative language the President
could have apologized or shown war-
rant for the charges. It is character-
istic of him that he does neither-be
attacks Tillman as the 'leader of the
Democratic minority in the Senate.'
Isn't this fine in a man who professes
absolute tolerance and suppoits his pIo-
sition by misquotations of history?"

An organisation of leading negroes
of South Florida has been formed at
Tami a for the purpose of preparing
am exhibit of the products of the ue-
gro race for the State Fair. in re-
sponse to an Incitation from the fair
management. Uberal space will be
assigned for this exhibit, In order to
encourage the colored people of Flor-
ida engaged in useful pursuits. The
organisation of negroes Is making ef-
forts to have Booker T. Washington
deliver an address to them during the

Sam E. Cobb. a brother of E. C.
Cobb, has been elected secretary of
the Railroad Commlsbion. From
what we know of Mr. Cobb a better
selection could not have been made.
He is a good clerical man and un-
derstands the clerical end of the rail-

road business,. having been employed
by different railroads for a number
of years. lie was also corporation
clerk in the- office of Secre-.ary of
State C(rat wfrd for a nuult r of
. arm.

The' A i. ni.a(nt Altia'aI') e1*ere l w hi
i ,' pi t fallgil I SIat.i '


One of the cleverest and neatest
bits of advertising ever sent out from
Gailnesville is the recent dainty bro-
chure entitled "The Dutton Mlank. Its
Past and Future." Just now being dit-
tributed by that progressive and
rapidly growing Institution. Together
with valuable and Interesting histori-
cal matter it contains photographs of
the various departments of the bank.
showing the new and up-to-date
furnishings and equipment of the
bank proper, the directors' room.
vaults. etc.. with two companion pie-
tures showing the first humble home
of the bank In 1871 by the side of Its
present elegant and commodious quar-
Not the least interested page ls
that devoted to showing the present
co-ditlon of the Institution and Its re-
markable growth during the past year.
It will be remembered that something
over a year ago. when IH. F. Dutton
& Co. decided to discontinue this
banking business, they sent out no-
tices to all their depositors request-
ing them to withdraw their deposits.
The request was promptly complied
with, so that when the new bank
opened-the organization of which
Vas an afterthought-the entire
amount of deposits at the close of the
first day. including the capital stock.
was only about $190.000. The close
of the year-and that a panic one-
shows $322.545.08 in deposits, beside
the capital stook of $75,000, and a
surplus of individual profits amount-
ing to $17.591.74. This is certainly a
gratifying showing, and an eloquent
expression of the confidence of the
people in the enterprising and push-
ing men behind this growing institu-
tion. It is understood that It is the
policy of the directors, all of them
,.. of n., ann. to let the surplus ac-
i'umulute until it equals the capital
l0to1 k.
". .i. :.... cilt n ietianitical make-
ip ot the booklet is a joy to the eye
of a printer, and the whole thing re-
fledt, a great credit upon our town.
and the bank. one of its most valued
and sold In Ti*utioas.

The national sanitarium of the huod-
ern Woodmen of America,*located on
a 1.00)-acre tract nine miles north of
Coloiado Springs, Colo.. is at last an
accomplished fact. The first tent col-
ony. %ith 60) patients, was opened
last "A.ek. O'her patictnts '.ill be ad-
wuitted as rapidly as accommodations
are provided. If necessary, the sani-
tarium will ultimately have a capacity
of 500 or more patients. Several of
the local camps have adopted the
plan of building and furnishing a tent
cottage. The executive committee of
the home has decided to conduct the
sanitarium free to all members af-
aieted with tuberculosis, but will ad-
mit ouly those who are deemed curable
or whose lives will thereby be prolong-
ed for a cotuiderable length of time.
This decision is based on experience
uhlth teaches that the person coming
to Colorado in the early stages of the
disease has ('.. t:.::;4 in his favor.
while those who wait until the last
stages before coulnug to the higher
altitude and land of sunshine have
the odds against them.

The Florida Reaiew is the title of
a new illustrated magazine published
in Jacksonville. with C. E. Muriel as
editor and James Douglass associate
editor and publisher. The Januarty
number contains seventy-six pages
and the subscription price is one dol-
lar a year. or ten ce-uts per copy
We welcome this valuable publication
to our exchange list and trust it will
receive the liberal patronage which
the flrst copy indicates that it will
continue to merit.



Principal Caele 5andd Aseletat Are
Very Preod of Work Dme by
Meet of Them,

The following pupils of the primary
department of the Gainesville Graded
and High School made a general aver-
age of "excellent" during the lAst
tLree months of the term:
First Grade. A-James Deale, Bern-
ard Durst, Robert Glass. Albert La-
mons. Charles Lynch, Robert Mason.
Mosby McCormick, Dickson Tharti,
Craw ford Thomas. Philip Warren.
Ilenjamia Cook. Lola Albright. Mary
Bennett. Fay Ilake, Violet Boyd,
The Ua:'i. 14llard. Iessie Dell. Letta
May t,..trolret. Eula Stalls, Mary
Harrod. Margaret Lynch, Hope Me-
Clamrock, Johanna Morris, Helem Ret-
tig. Beulah Strunk, Eula Stalls, Mary
Thomas. Nannle Thompson, Alberta
Wells,. Daisy Boulware, and Ruby Mc-
First Grade, B-Maude Joaes.
Blanche Lambeth, Jenmle O'Neal, Ray
Fewell. and Carl Graves.
Second Grade-Mamle Dea. Charles
Evans, Patterson McCormkml, JohN
Wolf. Willie Tucker. Victor Cm, Jack
McArthur, Jewell Kellum, Katherym
McClellan. Mary Blair. Victoria barae
Julia Gaskinas, Ruth Peeler and Mary
Lou Dell.
The following pupils of the lanter-
mediate. grammar, and high school
grades have made an average of 9
per cent or above:
Third Grade-None made that aver-
age during the first month but several
have during the last two months.
Fourth Grade-Annie Harrold, Ed-
die Thompson. Robert Swanson.
Fifth Grade-Albert Dorman, Irma
Vidal, Sophie Burkhim, Clarlssa

Sixth Orade-Ell ar Nixzm.
Seventh Grade-No one the
enth grad made the average





Eighth Grade-Yeteva Rogers.
Ninth Grade-Agnes peaeer aad
ellie Albrlght
Tenth Grade-Mabel Lamous and
oe Swanson.
Eleventh Grade-Annie Treadwell
Twelfth Grade-Ethel Durst.
The following is a list of the puopa

Col. Barrett

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From Interlachen Home

INTERLACHEN. Jan. 15. This
community was startled recently
when. in the absence of his wife in
Palatka, Col. Barrett. an old Mexi-
can soldier, It is supposed, in a it of
mental aberration had left home, and
up to the present time nothing has
been heard from him. He took with
him a trunk containing his clothing
and personal effects including his
gun. employing a man to take him to
Edgar, some six miles distant, and
leaving on the same train that con-
veyed his wife to Interlachen where
she was surprised at not meeting
him at the train as he had promised
to do on her return when she left the
day before for Palatka.
To give color to the belief of
mental aswrration. he left a note ad-

dressed to his wife that be had p,
cured a situatis as a--opera--m Is
the canal some at goo w sse...
lag oaly eight hors a day. Ti Mt
is further mphasled by m pe pew
liaritles somewhat ama -e wbl m
recalled sam his departures S
addltioal faet that he was G went
weeooks h as ayluaim the --
some years slc after a stees s-
CoL Barrett was also an oeMr h
the Unloa army durtg the Civil War,
a man of most geal- t-emperasnt
Much sympathy is alt for Mrs. Bar-
rett in this alctom. Both she ad
her husband have heo very high
esteemed in their very app mtly
happy life during their lA tOe
years sojourn 'n their hem tis

The Pensacola newtp- aipers are e- -
empiit from the eilorr-enlit of the
Sundia) blue in the. Ik-ep \Water
Citt. the le-gialturr- having lslely)' essina M ay Rise
il.l ditdd It.M llaw o4na ) e-ars ago 1 o
U it o v%-1tuiit i(t oli-a r- I of Sunda)
ecs i..i; aPd t > proh -loau Thr-. In thie land of Fin'
l-. IIet tarar i-.0 nlu' h I e. k un the |11 Ii .1 III 111

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Making 0b4. @SMA ia Ibb
of the mouths:
ThirdOWd.-Je3-e 5- 5
Dam. MWeary 11.1; Uunk '
Maurie O@mrmqIvy 5eekm;
Yam Netta, fHenry 074@11L

Fourh Grmde-Raort wamwl.
Robert Iwaasom. Robert wmg,
Amate Harrold. Wil leMay Raman
Mariom Cellos. Marlin 0.63.., sUt
Thouspeon. Nara Malls; Ahfs*
Phifer, AmatosHarroli.
Fifth Grade-timV & M IW
dal sandSophia, urhw ft, km Y I
Albert Dormsam. lAurie Cab..,
Durklilms;Clarisesa RIkelfRa1y mweJ,
Laurie CkA.I~

Nizo.... Ee Rolls; HoelmPI
Mary MeilUmstry. Mary
11,0MerWO.ffRubh user.
eso nA h Grade-mm
Mande now OWN& r&MUM
eam Unios. Nas IM
Mantls Fasa; hAuls Oio. ja
Belva Floyd. Iftes
Pieprre Vidal.
Eighth Go u.- seem3
tows Roears, WMIam NW
Rilem..Eisabeth 1oybu,
Tucker; Cow" sMen*.
Riles. Tom Plabessa
Niath Omi-,&-- s
a" Opeusr. Ames
Albright. Nellie W11, UNO
bright; Ruby A~weS. Oft
bIN INSot uyAbdaf

Swanson sa" No"d Iusg
LAMOODS. M& Abel 981
so umd GCMO's dMt'bud
WeDowakDa rk UsMW. J"

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noy Godwis; xumwd

Albert Vidalt 30.6 bram"@
Doig; Albert Vidal,3.6 11"
per Peele; 3a"6 brA
erford. BeassieRutbihewu
UmrsJackmanus 3-eFM-
--CaroellMoIbt. M&44
thur; Mildred MeAuibe,
fellow; Rdeter OGeese, ClM W~

ale Joasou; Rth WiT o to
Isabele PudgeteImsbelle 1OS
Eighth Grud IMO8
Lott.*IM- M an o ; lftdam lw
sds Fisher; Mards Glass, Ilq So

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Help In Caow of Aoeldenta.
Bumns and Scald--Cover with cook-
lng soda and lay wet cloth over It.
Whites of egs and olive oil. Olive
oil or linseed oil. plain or mixed with
chalk or whiting. Sweet or olive oil
and lime water.
Lihtaing-Dash cold water over
the person struck. lAy patient in the
shade and apply Ice-cold water to
head. Keep head in elevated position.
Mad dog or Snake lite Tie cord
tight aboie wound. Suck the wound
and cauterize with cuuatlc or white
hot Iron at once. or cut out adjoining
parts with a sharpe kulfe. Give stini
ulants. as whiskey, brandy, etc.
8tlngs of Venomuus insect' Etc -
Appiil> A-.k ammonia. oil rait a%,',i
or itinie
Fs'allici -Plact flat on hta k .alloti
fiet- h .pi l titled r- til '. wtllh i a i
i'latr. I,. I l ut r lthan re.-t tof bI4dNI
t'iO ,l. r i i s Itic R ofl l i tr up,
IA.k l4 .it- 1 1.1". r w U l th, lk t "
f Ull I.ti < I i l 3' :t lll'- llAt'll", tll( 1 l'l 1 l,
dlat* l I il ttiR I t, t olh, r .%t.
r'lr< 11. ( )n1-. nlC lblihiK I14'i 1 ri,> -
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qw N" m e WE -"-ye
ft my b" ry 7
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ou e m.

Jebhnson ngsuh. colored. was
b-eaht to the eity Friday from Brad-
lord county, where be had umpedd,"
after ratsa a sma check oa the
Pint Natuioal Bhk of this cty.
The egro had been employed by
S. J. Sykes to perform some work
and gave hIm a small check for the
amwut due him d. the First Natowal
Bak of this city, which he raised hb.
r.e having the ume cashed.
After securing the moey on the
paper the anegro left the county for
parts unknown, but he was appre.
handed at starke and Sheriff Ramsey
went oer to that place Friday after
the use. He will be give a prelmil-
am betiug before Judge Masn to
Only a small mot of money was
seared by the negro In raising this
cheekk but it was the lose that the
anak was after as mueh as It was the
man. Good work was done on the
part of the cers In catching the
party ao -o after the occurrence.



CLEVLAND, 0., Jan. 15.-Dr. H.
par., physician and close personal
fr of John D. Rockefeller, yester-
day denied the report that the oil
magnate was suffering from rheuma-
tism. He said Mr. Rockefeller wa.e
enjoying perfect health.
"He will live to be 100 years old."
aid Dr. Blagar. "by these simple
rules: First. he avoids all worry;
second, he takes plenty of exercise in
the open air; third, he never over-
laJds his stomach and always gets
up ftro the taMe a little hungry.
If me would follow Mr. Rockefeller*
physical methods we would all bi
young at 70."


UNION CITY, Teon., Jan. 15.-The
prosecution to the night rider cases
secured further evldcuec )esavi-Zad,
when two of the men held in connec-
toht with the Iynching of Capt. Quen-
tin Rankin made voluntary confes-
slatms, tellits of the part they had
In the aSair and of others who they
asserted participated. The trial will
probably be resumed tomorrow.
The prosecuting attorneys, while
admittlan at two of the prisoners
had confessed yesterday, would make
no statement.

Ssuafeed 9 years" writes Mrs. Sarah J. He
kIm, of Cary, Ky. "I had female trouble and woU
De cra mp to death. My back and side wou
early kill me with pain. I tried everything to
relief but failed, and at last began to take Cu
Now I can do my housework with ease and I gi
Cardui th praise for the health I enjoy." Try.



THOMSON. Ga., Jan. 15.-By burn-
lag the heavy wooden door of the
county Jail through to the sheetlrom
covering on the outside. which was
then battered loose. nine prisoners,
three charged with murder and two
with arson, made their escape Wed-
nesday night.
One of the prisoners returned this
morning and surrendered to the
sheriff and two were captured this
afternoon at Appling.

The Coming Carnival.
The Johnny Joames Exposition Shows
will be In GainesvWUe five days, com-
mencinl Tuesday. January 19th. This
Is one of the most extensive carnival
troupes traveling the South and the
various attractions are said to be
Want advertisitng s a force which
you can harness, and with which yoe
can drive your plans aud purposes
to any desird adesunatk




In Which a Residnt of Alacuua
County Will be Awarded a *oautiful
Howard Plane, and 18 Cortfseates Val-
ued at 3160.00 Furnished by The
Bush Safford Piano Co., *ole Repro.
seotativee of The R G. Howard Co. of
Miami, the Conteat to be Conduted by
THE SUN in Sehatf of Bush Saf

One $400.00 Howard Piano will be
given to the person residing in the
County of Alachua who receives the
highest number of votes between De-
cember 1Ith. 1908. and 10 p. m. April
15th 1909.

tablishments of the merchants
votes and at The Sun office.
sent by mail must be directed Is
Voting Contest Department of
Sa. Galnesville, Florida.
Rules and Regulatias.m
1 The contest is open to a
HUvng In Alachua county who is
by the conductors of the coated
vouched for by some reputable
to them well known.
2. No employee. attached or MM
tive of the proprietor of the aga
named flrms are elicilie to pa
in this contest and aJ i l iart)rcpat
no manner.
3. In the event or a minunderftad
Ing between candidates or othen a
terested in this contest, uch ca
very msy be referred to the
ductors of contest. w ho alone an
persons qualified to render d
4. In the event a canlldate
to withdraw from the race. such
date will not be allowed to tra
votes to the credit of another ela
date In the oontest.
O:d New.
Subscribers. Su
$1.25 ....... 400 votes SW-
$2.50 ....... 1.000 votes 1.240011
$6.00 ........ 3,000 vot'- 3.S00
For a club of live (old ubs
one-year subcrlption, beforee Aptr
190I ) 23.104) votes.
For a club of five Inew subscrlI
one-year subscriptions (before
1. 1909) 30.000 voters.
For club of ten (old subscribmi)
months' subscriptions (before Aid'
19"9) 25.000 votes.
For a club of ten (new u r
six-months' subscriptions (before
1. 14(41 30o.00o votes.
There Is no limit to the numbWd
clubs each contestant may re c.
$1.00 ........... ......... 400
For a club of fiv on. -,year
s,..).-, r;: tions ...... 4.000@
There is no limit to the number
clubs each contestant niy ecu rs
*olicitlng vetes by candideMS
friend within the stores ddatr* lJ
vote Is undesired by thepoi j

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In addition to the Piano there will 1 .i-, p s"U1tM ,q" :441mv
be issued by The Hush & Safford P 1 i.dI.IASMN-oft r lo1
ano Co.. on a new $400 Howard Piano. *. --
eighteen Transferable l)ue1 lllu. same f b boP '. "
to be used as a first or initial piay ". ".,,'d. .'
meant on a new Howard Plano. Trhebe I br .- P. ; T
due bills will be given in this toting -
coite*.pt a1 f,,llua., to, I' r min rel-iding
In Alachua County: i NF.q CA IR 1
To the flrt .ix rece-iing tl;. o. t to ....
Ih h to h '.-.t( \o .- a diiii. ti ill fr ca. i ,
for < '' D t. n W.A1.I;''. 1,
To Ith -*'i .ndj -it I D '. < l\ihK h. n
hlh,'lt ,,t a tl'e hill f r e.a ) h ,,r
To the next six receltliug the ll xt I %ute., a due blil ur each for 'raham Buildiln East Main tfSH
$1'4o no @1ah e 51. Also Mong
Ther.e dttv bills. may) L u,-d by the Bell Phone 51. Also Long Dt
1 i\ mi t. r., .111 t t t l .11<> d 1 I
l1o forl .t,*. al ,, th. ~,Il i i &BANK CLARK. T (C'. '.*
,41.1 ill t.. ,r h t h.i-r f.,,. ..t '
I. I.t. i.. r. .,f '. ,,.. ', O 1 ARK & FI E1 I.)INO
I > ll I > -
i t -'it 0 a ti, f.r m % [.IiL a w y e r- ;
1 ., 1 I' w H' i r il l i ,
I 't t*ol, v o % 19 )u .o4 A h % k
I"ot 1""0

HIM on (11 clirdi' tir I g iW i How ~and Where to Get Vote%.
lit) I..am14I b l ..tckv l, l a ii.* Oital r~o I1 *c ~ ai L .~ r

Hos long ago was it that your sturv The fid~impit 3Ultladcdrv C4.
.- .oreterprise merely a pl~an' Phift-r lir-2.
With aagressive, advertlisisam.bow long H)dc A T-eneb


an Courm1

beaer year plan of what it to yet to

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~WAG~W. am. IL-RIm WNan-
go&b has"Me" bhesawera
do, fwto 1, in onsew

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W. t fip dhaw
-sof as o n-&of Mism
am aUkmew. Tbey ye-
-0 bwo-lbamem emmest

sldag m m rledt Nao.

e8 g mm. em ern
the apwter supper ves
we aris WarM W nl-
Wmdo eof do Wenad a ,Nt Wn-
'a lomBV ^^The enters
Mlaimn sl wof ether
Mso aspwt a pleasant

r Umm. uam os el
=m S d atmi at Bde bh*

S OMsal tal fhm et e at Mica
agg, a t e lbat week tightea-
ai up tas wo ad e"aspletina the
eI n araess Mr. nrst sla uite a
a-g ftg k paid made many
al delMer. his shert atay Inouera

mu IraA Jny*. -' anacampIshed
Yo lady o teisse. has been the
gu of Misa B *a SmIalth hor the
at wea.
Mim esj el Wasel. & Roable Smith,
bnm Japsr and Mr. OCedds math at-
Oded a omsptieUm at the homen of Mr.
and MM B. 3I. Matthews at Taeoma
Shemr of their daughter. Miss
mheth's vistln gualn, MiUs Mary
him of Dathan, Ala. It was a
am eajemae Isalht sd quit, a um-
her of ea r would have attended
ft bres the weather had been

MmS no-&- soith and Irm
Joyner tlt Moaday on a visit to New.
brry sd Aisehes.
Rev. J. W. Hiltoe of Hampton Sled
his regular appointment here Sunday
ad preached to an appreciative saud-

Mias Leareta tla Clare of Treutou
Is back In our midst and has reopened
eMr shool at Waeahoota
Mrs. Jia Matthews and son. N-II
IMatthews. and Mibs Carolitne Pao.
tOsre of Flemington, attended chsirch
hore sunday.

Otemash Trouble Cured.
If you have any trouble with your
onOarkh you should take (ChAmbtbr-
labs's Stomach and Lijer Tablise MIr
J. P. Kiote of F.dina Mo., says.:
have used a great many differvat
maedlsaas ffor stomach trouble. but
Sad Chambertalan' Stomach and .1 ter
Tahlets more b teBeclal than auy other
remedy I ever used For sale by
all drggists.

m e aS t har that v*aotn
M- ON iAed ed. I



Thoi ands of ladies suffer agonies every a
If you do, stop and think. Isit natural Em
cally and positively-NOl Then make up
mind to prevent or cure this needless suffering



I 'iJ*.jr '..


WNFULuld-nw, %-

sum oi

It W Help You


-4" JANUARY 18. 1909



id to Veto It, Iht Tennessee Les5b-L

tire Is "Sate-Wide."

Teno.. Jan. 14.-Tiih', For almost fiv
.te sale of intoxicating nours It wa, agd,l. the local option.
m e pa .d t'.e .. or adniti'-tr.tilonu ort r cont.(sting
General A.'ssemnbly this estry huch of thl, grodiij!. Ahi.i.:-
it*^e v"-t. n ?" cto : ; mnent aft r anwdii:int .;ia, pr-'-nte'd
Ssa majority. Twenty- and lproumtl. l.oterl dopii by about
voted for aid one the nme n.ajt)r!it a.s that gien the
m" mre. bill on final pa-s.a;'e. A sr<,at outpour
passed is the one fa- f oratory came Ironm hoth sldlt.
em yesterday hy thi Throughout the di.-cu.-ion tlhe gal.
sow goes to Governor Icries were parked and .several times
go is expected to veto It. the 81waker. at the request of local
s constitutionn his veto oiptloni.ti. asked the sergeant-at-arms
s a suggestion, not aw to e \clud, vi-ltors from the floor of
I bare majority may ipa.s the Hlouse. When the final vote was'
ithe executive's unfavor- announced the ch.ers from the galler-
The Governor is allowed les sre deafening. The demonstra-
0 13 Gre daye. If at the tion on the floor and In the galleries
gil this time it has not late.d several minute:. Last night
to the Assembly It be- the- State-wi 1. rs were JIhilantly a--
without his igtaanv:r e -erting that the' bill w l b,. la.1.'ed
pmride' that iprohihi.tioin ovr t'l c.')e.-rnnr's vito t y I al : it Ithe
effective July i l.*'' .arn : originally rece i\'.ed i ahl
attending th" i a-. o-'' f hosi
bi l v i rolabll. th,' A bill making bucketshliop," illegal
known In the H|o!-.o of wa' Introduced by Mr. Carson.

Votes Were Not

Counted for Right Man

Ill. 11.. Jan. 14.-The by the petition as showlug irregularl
B dMdkok was broken yes- ties sixty-five are alleged to have
the Senate concluded t made wrong returns by the alleged
the ousenate conclud to Aimple means of counting for De.
j House for the canvass netn votes which were cast for Stev-
lant enson. In twenty-eight other., it is
lt all but nine of the charged, in addition. either that Ix-r-
oi Illinols In counting sons. not naturalized -or persons not
l r Governor at the Novem- residents of the county, or both.
are charged In the peti- voted for Gov. Charles 8. Deneen. and
a rwount made to the Gen- in each of the twenty-eight counties
by Adii E Stt'\I- o" discounting of votes properly cast is
emadidate for Goverr also charged.
20 total of 50.000 votes The county which appears on the
are shown by the elc't"'n Iettion to have countenanced the
ab claimed by Mr. Ste,.inson greatest amount of Illegality of all
"gtium to the General rt; is Cook. (Chicago). although ex-
y. 1 t naie frauds albo are charged in
Almety-three counties cited 'h-r (ctt ti'.-.



-OOMEKY. Alt. JJan 14 -The (i.LA.NI) .la n 1 .l4 141. H'latt.
8, pr, ntc Cot.rt i -t Spistol lha to bt \alid T of tih (it) .i. i- ti h thaliiiint i:l'r
'"'s A that hat no :( i. >'. \ o i .r l r tf lt.- I' itd S i-tL- i:1t i:.
Fall, or gun i-ss tlia i twitu tyv- i ,t) y. ti t. Ij : t ti e,*~d il. til.:It
SIn le :thb. a!-o that It: he. dr, w i L o I z I, ~ .:I :'
for gains of less si< P 'o-t to thelt" Ii< .-i, d .1 1icr. f(,or a .a r..s i '.
TOO Much Fac1. 1 14.
S 0 lih a h 1 ha,! to ,ork nll the siz. l ti lin
ibuds If you had one face too t,,t proItn n i ii'.-. th hi-
S you have neuralgia, don't ,,rd, I.. ;. J .... 1. : .e,' l.iti -t
the face-you may seed ,, ;,,t i ., uj'e r.i '. *it "inli.t: tor a1t.'
rtid of the neuralgia byt it, th. 'uiit.u, Stt,.- li. U 'ah
JI 8 M alard e 8nuow Linlni ent j, 1. i. ,. h i ,, a,l ..f !,. i *":.
^ -- In the world fur rheu *.i.,d ,.-:,r. ai.d iti-h, el..l ,
|-Ialga., burns, cuts, scaldu. 1, I addltti,,n to tui,1 iriz'. he has
IR--a 4 all pains. Sold by W. aI-c s,.e :cuthl,.r ,,,..e.i.l cas-h prig' of
S...*:;:. fri,, The.- HMaturdav hveniiig IPost
I aln a iethr (.teat' eet Thi t is a fine, re-'-
I "ord for a boy doun in South Floricla
|ait I. ii fI a forecast that uslu* da .lansie
I I il h t .'c e : ,d li r r ," <( r e .I ,r
LEPH O N E \ llam i.:tr-t li' e-iI., *i. al
_- t*W^uadred ,. e,- e,.. er> ..k


C t~av aejiti, td, f~ei
%; OW t 4 AIA & e141e1*-'
ow;*rt to ki~ns.sI
SWL ot)t-, Aiweimsi. 111011 1
%'Uni* ijit ~oI sP.tcrmdvi

sue .ia Au t-rr
kw Otw Pr.-.II





1.L 1 .1 1 1 .d Ii i t I e N .11, -1 I o t I.

ti f I I I I I A I I t 'I I~
I r tut he rr Aartcitit' drug; a:, 1d5:ietr.
U&k Fulet) *alogivy &%d 'fIr ttu
I.aMh~5' he11"t a bUl. Isthe hwas.1


Before any stme can hbad. the c -voe whichh podvt~ it muRt te mmrn'ei td
As long asthiblood. how vphi-Lh ( r m Otvim tviex ieetheir mtvvi, xv isc.rv r-
Ishmnict and, reinwilllitUn;.rWe n'd cgat;s,m!nitvd witi: edo.~. "u gemi's,
any old sore on the bdy tiall tm in vr1"-n, P114id =tit ..te~ert tto
heasit It.Ti. scrcs and ti-,"ucs o! the 1V .h arumu:'dth~e p: '.- "Pree crnitt
ally IAd with unhealthy mIuttir a, It nm'u:e is Itimply C1, 'j, I.g of the poi .141
by dnL,*ing it frots the.' ittei C'oi:gh the em re. 'Yi.eunIy cure Ifor Ot ld!
soreIs atiorughck~w'~' e te boode-ntrtl tebive'the by'tr-m of the
cause &. S. S. hL'-.Is o!i "'rs 1lv rent,"-vitgc I lxe.Ii.', '-it' Fromi
thecircmuLation. It goes down ato tbie i- ry Lee ti' V .*ie t. b~: ~t~,(a
pletely ceancsesthe ciztil~ativn tLat isi no Ma&ap vt' all- vto if.-In
through theaxe. but tthe place iji oncr more noo eir"- .e b nh.
ful blood. &8 8 .hen'- the bore from the lx'tt, ret t. e;'. r 'avi 'n in
with healthy, Infirm foli, the teri'k-rnesi. lav'- F*' ;1..1 ka'- tve.
gkiii rc-sairs its vnatvr.,f c !rv-Fi-1",or- ~~1. .i'"('I. Pid
purified the Llaood Or)' ( I~~t I.i, AS..) t ttil 1 4 kOi b A AilS
Vlct= sand any uandic~al ih4t' ;,-e ftev t teri v i
61- ;-* ;;.. A- A I- At' n A"-AWMT fA A

~& ~W&C

Notice to Tax-Payers

We will meet we tx Ipayrs at t
following places on the dates set
Willeford-Jan. 14
hall-Jan. 20th "21t a"d .'.n .
Hague-Jan. 2.1t h.
LaCrosse-Jar 2"fth an! 27iL
illand-Jan. ',,th.
High Springs -Jan. 2'-th ..
Rochelle- Fe-' Cth.
CanupvilIle--',I. .(h
Orange Hle.' --F. '.
M .lrose- F.i I !tli
liHa horu FY. b I it .. .4, j'.
MIranop.! -'i I !t' ", ,

Lake ViVi t F"1 '7v1
I-laud C. h -,i,
Waldo- I 22! 1
Arredoi. i I ft, 2 ;t
Fairbant -Fb 22rd
Yours ','r ttil bt '.t pcrr I,
Tax Cuhol.-ct.
Tax Ass. .-')or'
Gaines ilh., Fla., Dec. 16, 19^.:


Notice of Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice *- h ,. b % .n that 'h" fl:in
of 8. G lay & Comr patany, comilo~,-d of
8. G. G'ti: and Perry M. Colson has
this da between dissolved by mutual con-
cent. ,(Stgir.d.I
8. G. GAY.
Micao.iy Fla.. Nov. 14. 1~40

Thete ia no caae on record ot a
cough, cold or la grippe developing
into pneumonia after Foley's Honey
and T*r ,a1 ."--4a ta,.:. a. It c.r'ti
the m,, t uht u o.t t, d., r -i., ei; ( i.:.
and c, i-, Wh: taLoe an: thing ele?
J. W. ,[tC-A.lunz: & Co
It I l' t e o !n! i t nytbing see l
it Is a1% r i-cn in the Want column


4~ ~ ~~~U _ELA&rL.. AJ. IAINotice~4~ is Cbaty utvem,-mWa
onofi OfCrstwee SWtmW&
*I N o. ok).fW5
tket~ce of teta~de to
vout, to estabilIlh f

Cwamant a a
I ON 4'IT' Ielo [cii 14 -It ib Lhrmasofi t(JsgeS d
, realle~pi1he hai. a maull i r via l nt re'F r iAl .aaZt A 'V (*&I* ~ t 7~
Ir.of IletwibVC:
-ka~a %vtvnlea' tAo egetwire'-.n Attorney Pllm S 9.CIVO
te :al'~h ( Cold.411 i ad attrornem s fear

ib. :od t t tejitte vr~ii ha u1
o flith*ehii!ltapeP..PS til 1W'of s-df fHutise*K" S
th;.1 11;IN IIItotI~e LOLowY Jed" d
Aajer t e. Al ab th"ts.s rteah- ALd u14-re"sft at @W~
1 1 ,l s'i fh11'. i i Aswtva Mroroth.

ii te *. ~ ~ IL 19 *Aw. a5to Aia eesfblm
Ia -i1.11 tneiictr arrest eho
Ilha%. L if. !,(.1. .1 for tilt:nilrd&'r of
Ca Na Hlc'kae tho, 'h- a- r't* Ia.-..jNOTCITO LWP D om AXD
All permns aisei f a
Youarluu 0 6
qe&w"*8. U. O sd
Late .,r* beretbe

CASTOR IA eso'jnba
Fat Iidautianad CkuMram. bllA DL1
N h Kkid Yog Have i Is* 'A

B84natuwe of

As advertising find& the best market
for everything elqe, why not for your
personal sen' ices!

.Civil Engineer and Surveyor...
nomps atteuslou to all basin,..
Ofte, lint door Worth of Thimihet'
Diu@. P. 0. Box 166. (isinpoyl~lo..Fill

"I~e A,; W6ecPu.It dAibjoC,.e~evrisTake "ltoo
ha 1blr teicr Ut afttt~r the puhlication Of tjil
,j .'e A I i. iatejui totheLsHo~n J T 111A
.) e0'tUeIC kUihb J1dk~IMa' fft lilt uf F j
'a ArkJ "k Iuttor bincorder a.:ow1Lrc me to &d.'pt
A v 'Fe! n& rds ;-. qe~a .a minu-
JSau. 4. ,110P. JO'-.KI'H V. VCHrNAND16Y


Noat"* 'a SWOW1,65wpb
c'alinor **meemo sa"s a
;a--dba 3m *aeSmd
owl" soeld 0~
me. at e@am ua&
D*416I. MM



We Want to Sell You

11 I 'I .. I aura St giw b 1iS b,.

m --_--

@ladite's F~moub
Race King
lIe 11 l weid l ,,) I \pr,.- I
Full Quarts ..........
Full Quarts ..........
Full Quarts ........ .
li tuplriohr in e-n ry wt' t e n t I
of t)>e that )ou aill bei a nd t
a quart fur.

', ~ ~ toa Iu 'lis 11, ii. l seepI *e- -' )IU-* 1 ., ,
eelI re c I liF e 31 Srv. (It'ij t.4-1
toati e ,Igiee c *ail ee -mist e on l,
tItu y cjwilding teip all units'.

1 ~

J *
I -

A Whiskey Your P tysola Will NO Mta
to preerie.
1 Full Quarta ............................. *Mi
4 Full Quarts ........................a..... -
12 Full Quarts ............................. tJi

Pr i te tockCorn
4 FuI u-.wue,. asserted .....................
6 F J -aU.N. ..... ......................... L i
12 Full Quarts .............................. -
key has no equal for quality, purity
and price.

Glendale Malt


Ju l .
-*' -* ... .
** .. .

-.6.15.. Jd

I P tir 1.1n i t I .1 h

Cu. s-ee'WAR
u uhf N F

W3EGXl3J2DA Q.jA3 cie3M I 'A

. -

6Weaie's 61looli

Pride of Maryland"

Full Qua. t
Full Qua,&
Full Quarts

GeftadIe's Culeiats.

%"Green Ribbon"'
Tis- WEI,,-- !a', % AI'.- "

4 Full Quarts .
8 Full Quarts ...
12 Full Quarts .
Iv the hia t.-l clar .' '' t i ,i. ..
market ht 1 a W ..(ri

Wrl'WIt-1" PW"LICATM FMl I"*
I ". LAWS. tor YtoL*WA.
%rot'.4 to here' ir ieSs $11144& 1.0
1"F'rtl.wo tof Tean C~ries W&
asi Lag% tr belt qP41ration Ia is2B-A a
)rzpca the folio a* aa*eftcS iboi
&t't dIr A leebus. ountv P1444". 1pwIS11f
%%L f hW,4 See 10 TV 1t) 16 immp
The PAadldamd tc 60 dbW0*
the ..'uamoeof 00e a~
,if V- Itr w"
Lr'tcw% tmod c*t.i3ca1tSe *bg 0
orIYJ Tr w lea deed 3rm
tr.t .,w AWR #2&3- ofJae,javy. A m
;be tab ds eru ecih,
Pd (r.erk Clreaftt Cow$ AimS@Uf O.

U. 4. IASd 0111111114 41

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44 A I1,11hU' l1N: 91 4 lR v 18. 191i9





~ WPP~n~and What Is Go-
~~~~~a ~psv-PsAand
N~i5 -thecity.

*y r5 to

BuWW of

of Tacoma WRt
the city yester-

Eviuston was
to Gainesvllle

mfatdad and C. CP Strlck.
were visitors to the

L ekddkad of Paradise was
Sbines affairs In
p yeterday.
Halle departed yester-
where she will visit
Slr'th next few days.
Chitty of Micanopy ar-
Sci dty Thursday and will
So days bore visiting rela-

lh and W. II. Ilastt. two
phosphate men of near
Sare among the visitors to

F. Dorman left yesterday
where she will visit rela-
thE '". accoompaLukd by her
t. M. Hulme of iawtiiorn ar-
I te city yesterday and ill
sprali days here as the guest
VMIL, Kennebrew.
rter. Justice of the peaee
oewkerry district, was trans-
iss .in the city yesterday.
that the mining town is
just at the present time.
t C. Beville and little child
yesterday from Georgla.
OWr have been for the past
g-ga visiting relatives. They
S t ~l Jacksonville by Mr.
oho accompanied them home.
HiYaesville Hardware Company
& aew advertire'ne t in this
Ss which the attention of our
L called. They have all
f toas and offer them at the
loIes and uader a strict

o. Celotough and J. D. Striiigfl-
Syesterday for Tampa. where
P1 to attend a meeting of the di-
e the Tampa-Havana Lumber
,me of the largest concerns
kind na the South. They are
Om f the board of directors.
sehw daW's fI)uI#,, XS
nL Catt of Dunnellon Is among
d Jra to the city.
l-t FPootane of Micaiopy, wa
ll- kfrinds in the city yeSt rday
J. Wells of Alachua was greet-
kisads an the city yesterday.
Yoarwood of Melrose was
IHeads in the city yesterday.
oL ws. the trucker of Archer,
0 the visitors to Gainesville

A. Bexley of High Springs
business In the city

id and wife of Monteocha
8Im1t the shoppers visiting the

8 evergreen and Country
Sugar Corn seed at G. S.

te chang,, iIn the adert 1.4-
CH l.i & oun. Til-)
tingly of glasses.
M les a pronilienit nierl h
Arie r. xas injmiig the \

orn to the eit' yesterday. He Is the
senior meml r of thei firm of Fleming

T. N. Smith of Warahoota. one of
the successful planters of that Ic-'
tlon. was a visitor to the city yest'-r-
Virs Stella Ilexley of High Springs
is In the city visiting .Mrs. W. G.
Richardson, on East Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Roux and daugh-
ter. Miss Mamie, left yesterday fur
Williston. where they will visit rela-
Mrs. M. T. Downing of Alachua ar-
rived in the city yesterday and will;
iewnd the next few days visiting
See G. S. Merchant & Co. for your
seed Irish potatoes, such as Red Bliss,
Triumph. Spaulding's No. 4 -at the
correct price.
Mrs. Frank Atwater of High
Springs, who has been visiting her
daughter at Miss Tebeau's school. re-
turned to her home yesterday.
W. J. Collins of Fort White is
among the visitors to the city. He
formerly resided here and has a large
number of friends In the county.
G H. Gibjion4 of Archer was among
the visitors to the city yesterday. He
,tates, that Archer is now quite lively
since the mnw mill and veneerinig
plant has started up.
M rs. E. L. Hi llni 1h ft 3 ,st. r.i f'. :
Ha11ithorni. here she 11l -spicud the'
next few days -l.-itih.g her par- t'-.
Mr. and Mrs. Y. L.. Hulme. who viit-
ed! Mrs. Kennebrew here.
Mrs. C. McCart. o; (;ulport. Fla .
arrived in the city yesterday and iIll
visit the family of T. II Kills. Sr. She
is en route to her old home at Old
Town, where she will visit frlrnds.
W. L. Godwin of Fairfield was
amnii.g the visitors to the city yeste.r-
day. He Is with the Fairfliel Naval
Stores Company, which company is
also engaged in trucking, having sev-
eral acres In cabbage.

G. B. Crawford and wife of Green
Cove Springs are among the visitors
to the city. stopping with the family
of Col. W. H. Palmer of North
Gainesville. They formerly lived
here. owning valuable property In
East Gainesville.
Mrs. Ctllie Reddlck. formerly of
Reddick but who has been rpenditr
the past few months in Alabama. Is
in the city. While here she is a guest
of Mrs. T. H. Ellis. Sr. She will al-
3 v!sit her old tome before her re-
turn to Alabama.
Prom Sumda'e Davy SI M.
Capt. R. S. Itradley of Wacahoota
was among the visitors to Gainesville
yesterday .
E. R. H. Kite headed a jolly crowd
)f Waldo people that were visiting
the city yesterday.
Mrs. C. E. Murrell and daughter of
Mcintosh were among the shoppers
visiting the city yesterday.
George Dyal. a leading planter of
the M.onteocha becticn. was among
the visitors to the city yesterday.
Plank's Chill Tonic Is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 23c. Bold by W. M. Johnson.
Mrs. C. J. Perry of Rochelle was
among the visitors to the city Satur-
a it),. having tumle on a $shopl.ilig ex-

F. 8. Curl of Archer was among
th.e si-itors to tlhe city rdlu)
Hie reports Archer on a boom ju. t
at tihte pip ttlt tint.
R. J. A .dtr -on. uli.' of the ilidu.s
trioup colored fai liter. of Alachus.
called at The Sun offlete ) terda33
Amnd renew ed 1&i shubnctription.
Wil'oni i ad'\. Iir-ig a great re-
timlal -ale. as the. (ltalli it in e;aier
it) ioe\. thet i t a-i t til. llat' ge m .al
I.4ok uj .r hat tI l ihe> ,. to) off '"

~WiNp Not be Ceted if CaM After Fohbory lIlM

S& Safford --The Gainesville




r #4 v W t om "- stul uxi5-



Having leased the building formerly occupied by the

Hyde Company, we v.- Illon or abodt February I st oc-

cupy it with an up-to-date stock of .

High-Class Dry Goods, Notions and Fine REui

- --Wear Goods

Realizing it is easier to transfer the cash than the If...

we will, be*nning


Inaugurate this Great Removal Sale to ruice our stock

to the lowest possible point. We have no old stock to

close out, but the idea of going into our new quarters

with an entirely new stock is worth more to the future

of this business than mere money. .

and Continue Until Feb. 1L t FMme

Phone 109

as you will doubtless And something
that will interest you.
J. W. Malphurs, wife and children.
of Metcalf, Ga., have arrived In: the
city and will spend the next several
arvs here visiting his brother, J. K.
a. G. Beville of Arredondo was in
the city yesterday. He states that
the truck farms of his sect ion are
all looking fine and prospects for good
crops were never better
Chickering. Knabe. Mathushek.
'Fischer, Ivers & Pond and other lead-
ing makes of pianos sold by me for
cash or on installment plan. See me
before buying. W. L. Hill, Opera
House Building.
Mrs. Margaret Patterson and son,
John Robert, from Pomeroy, Ohio, ar-
riued in the cit) yesterday to make
their home with the parents of her
husband. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Patterson,
of North Gainesville.
J. M. Turner of Lake View was in
the city Saturday. He says the farm-
ers of his section are all busy pre-
paring their lands for the spring
crips. As a rule they have all dis-
posed of their cotton.
F M. Raniey of Wacahoota was
amoug the truckeltr % visiting Gaines-
i lle Saturda) iHe states that the
acreage of wider vegetables in his
section is large and prospects for
gaxd crops were neer better.
The pay car of the A. C. L. arrived
hi the (it' e.r- .i.t a, and uadu L ti4,
large number of emplo) ees happy
'r! .tl z.p;n; Id.i out a large sui of
111,:11 !.r- r e i lelo t o l. hleh helps
out :vi rftl' In the col llnercial
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M11is i, .it I It l'.Ie-liig the popular
nilhlisr itnh iTh 1; W Hii)d (Com-
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the reitlidtlie of Mr J i StrIagsfeil
low. lb bhsturical reauUutU of t(u J



Dies at Her Heme Friday M ernig ee

from Ceonmumptekm.
Frm atrays al Sum:
Wise Rosebud Aromra Mtason, maet
to the youngest daughter of Mr. uad
Mrs. J. B. Mixuso. died at the home oa
her parents op Depot street Friday
morning at 1:30 of co6uikE-v~,,reo
The deceased had been a sufferer
from the disease for some time past
and had been confhed to her room
for many months, being unable to get
about for more than the past six
She is survived by her parents.
three sisters and ooe brother, and all
were present ,at the time of her
death, as the same had been expected
for the past few days.
The funeral will occur today, the
services being hei4dat the First Bap-
tist church at 10 o'clock. Rev. B. B.
Rogers conducting the services. The
following gentlemen have been re-
quested to act as pall bearers and
will meet at the stables of Davis &
Oliver at 9:15 to go to the residence:
It. R. Colson. C. R. Layton. McCuen
Tomkles, Turner Pound. J. F. Bunch,
J. M. Rivers.
R. McClellan has charge of the re-
mains as undertaker.

Funeral of Miss Mixasm.
Prom Sunday's Dally Sums:
The ftunerl services of the late
Miss Roeebud Mi son was largely at
tended Saturday, being held from the
First Baptist church. Rev. 8. B
' *,. r i,", int'ht i
The remains were laid to re. t in
I 4r it i l. to ( r.\ ) i thel l....ily)
lt :,i;z gr ,.ind there. a aIrg.I- e',n
e r u o a-f ro'l iiiW g fri1 t !I o :tug
S 1. a.s:i., tf i lthl r Is t r, ti v' 1.i e

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At the resuler imm al
the director of T DheD a m
heM Is this eity at their o m
Friay, oseers msd divest
elected for the Masing year.
W. IL Thorswas etlm pr
deut; 0. K. Broom1. ram IIeIII
deot; W. B. Taylor, semd
dent; I. D. Turner, easier.
The directors elected were:, 9.
Duttom. J. 0. Ncoets. W. R. MT
J. B. Padgett., W. TaylorJ, V.
able, J. A. Maultsby and 0. .IL 9Nis.

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