The Gainesville sun


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


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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Published Tice a Week-Monday and Thursday

Published Twice a Week-Monday and Thursday


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Mies IlSmse pres Ai A nenoved

-e wai am sw ed litter day
Is The Sf, pim4e e*08et, the veto
beitg em of the heaviest m sisem
n mlast begaL A atare oft
ay's ballet wad te lare vote o
r Ma Florrie otridmi, she m
saying over 27,M votes. Miss sBesa
upree also received a bM vte-over
I0-whIe Miss Drle bUlka reo.
eeatd ver 1 O and still retains her
lead by a handeemome voe.
FeolwaIg S the stadlaug of the
Miss DorIs. MM, ity ....... .33.3
Miss Cathere Halle., City... ..31.25
Miss essie Dpree, city..... .29.34
Miss Forrie Strlckland........ .11.70
Miss M. Daughtrey, ct ....... .. .413
Miss Mary McCoraNeok city... 60,661
Miss Namale Dieklnssa. City... 49,815
Miss Alma Peanem city....... .39,9
Miss Jaula Carter, city........ 35.270
Vis Jessie Evans, city........ 27.m0
Miss A. Groff, Newberry...... 21.535
Misa A. Strikland. Waldo..... 16.75
Miss Mabel amnchs, ety...... 17.3
Miss Rateoe Beal, dty....... 12.65
Min mm HudaLo. city ...... 10.49

Mrs. L War Hift ....
Ma Misale Shawvl Alachm...
Miss Aa e DBevIloe............
Mn K.i Carltot. Micaopy....
Mim Nell DCosta, city.......
Miss Umie heppard. BeU....
MisO GoMd Lambrt, city .....
Mr. A. W. @aBrnt............
m Ruby AItrlght...........
Mis Mary TIhlpln. city ......
Mia L Sander. Hawthorm....
Mim M. PF0ensi, city......
Mtia Bvesa mtat. Waldo ......

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afterume ad CAGN IN THEIR JEAN&

at wh eT hteG Sam Guered very Little from
m be weat
*. ad demio s w L P1ea, s No 0ne
betnm to the We Caughk
SSevemral Vwt-
e dtoet tint
e Thi termrs ofT the wstert part
U i fatherat mthe omty are a bappyW t, having
* to ra the Ousa to congratulast themselves
1" a "bin dspuaing of their ottom prly Ia the
so apper to -1m
d I pleement rm parties who bave bees I that
lff L. section for the past week the report-
er was latormed that the low prices on
AL. the staple had effected them but very
M: Uttle, as nearly all of them sold early
Norfolk, Va., and lot the cream of their product
Jay after sa. or before the rapid decline In price.
weeks of ty As a result It is said that the farm-
sr relatives In era and business Interests tn that sec-
Uotied. She tics of the county were never in bet-
this city, her ter shape. and as a consequence all
. and her nu- have money and are happy. This sood
ut this section state of affairs is particularly notice-
of the demise able to Collector 11hkinson and As-
t Tallahassee. sessor Coleoa. wbo report that their
I be placed success in that section was splendid
mother. and the people crowded around them
to ilay up their taxis at eivry pilait
aml. vlstedd
id family left
kdh city thef Hunters Return.
%k-h city they
home. Mrs From Sunday's Dailly Sun:
rut of (laines W' M1clboa all and E K Faga5n
last flferl t o of the hunting arty nom e r 'aujp-
she should be ed II the famous Gulf Ihanjwia'k r*
her trade as turnu.d to th city )est.trday and r4-
Sto tihat ci) Isort hatuiig L-t 0 a deliltiltful trij
ou Tht-odore l'hei > *u .U't t.j d ii kIlllinig a gret haitina
1r. t ro r ,f nlllill I g ,ts but nu thllgK iII the I
Stfdes r libu L-d L 0Lt -iibaiEgl ui to thir ii
rleston. dalearture :3 t- a
stead>; je. Gets $6 and the Trimminge.
a am. USe. WW1 rvwMs was give a heartoM




Mlin d Frdm M lai Eai bbe It kNm.

JACK0ONTIULX M1.a a. 3 L--
fnowtg the adlam-n of the

the Moet Wardptal Oramd LAd eto
Florlida, Free and Aespe Musm.,
T-hr-day aIht.est yory witnessed
al Outdolg trea.m ftm ta city bear-
tg premisent members f tO herater-
Ity back to their respeotv ems in
Sparts of the State. Although the
Gread Lodge had adjourned the Grand
Loedg escers were kept vera busy
throghet the day giving attestl to
ullalshed business.
Orand Master LoAs C. Massey an-
menaced the appolttmest of district
deputy graad masters and standing
committees. On account of the admls-
aslo of fourteen new lodges, m more
distrlcg has been created, making a
total of twenty-thre districts toIn the
Oblbiet D-u.tis.
The district deputy rand masters
are as follows:
first District-J. M. Pln, Peaa-

Second Distrcet-John Noel, West-

*Third Distri -Paul L ThemMpo
roerth Distritet-. W. KeRlum Car,
fifth Distrit-C. LlAggtt, OGren
ixth Distriat-A. R PItteftaugh
Seventh Dia tet-W. D. Mana. San
Elhth Distrikt William Lake,

Ninth Distriet-Joha
Teuth Dlstrkct-W. M.

Eleventh Distr ct-W.
Twelfth District-N.

Thirteenth District-T.
low. Orlando.

D. Oretberw

Camnon. Pa-

B. Higdou.

I. GotUleb,

Pietoa War'

Fourtqenth DItrict--Geore F. Pad-
dison. Eau Gallie.
iftemth Diutrict--L D. Hut, Buh-
Sixteenth Diotrict-LMero Drana
Seventeenth District-J. A. Cox.
MEihteenth Dlstrlet-L. W. Btbhel.
Key West. 4
Nineteenth Mstrict-L, W. Bwbhols.

Twentieth Dstrict-.- T. Merrttt,
Twenty-first District-W. H. Ander-
son. Bronson.

fore Justice Carlisle on saturday and
fined $23 and costs, which was prompt.
ly laid by his employer, and he will
return to his work. but be good here-
atier He was charged with assault.
the warrant having been sworn out
by his wife

Card of Thanks.

Mr. and MrW W II Crown desire to
thank their t .ia,. friends of KRokxk
Point and (..a:-.tile who were 4so
kind to th. i: during the illness and
subsequent d..~oh of their little daush
ler. and for tl,. handoue*Ofloral d'c
ration) ip.r'. at the funi-ral s r%\

St 1'. t(.t'uzv city dirett.l \ fior
l 1 0 I .i a t a tltal ppi I.ultauin of
4 '#-l i i, at. ala ii r ,- ti" t xf ", I-r
> iit u r la-' Thla dot-s inot
l ilud. ai' otf the. gr at crowd tof
.,ll L.-t.- iW'S inl that little- r t) A
Ininisi lp.liht> aIs L i r1., :r i g at a
rat it.t I romifi, s t d Latiuu rtcry four year. is dotag itt
eU prold."--Time-Uail. g
, -- ,,_ d :t

Twmatry4cod Distrtt-C. LaM
ren, aMu.stow.
Twenty4hlrd Distrlet-lJsr a
Carter, Mayo.
Peurem Now LedeL
Actlas upos favorable report tf fa
eommitte. charters were sgrmae
Sourt new lodgesa a the o as
ugene Lodge. Eugene. Lahfty
Butherland Lode., SutherlaKnd, I
boro county.
New Hope Lodge. Holt, Santa &m
Athena Lodge. Athena, Tayl r weM
La Eapanola Lodge, Tampa, B
hero county.
Thor Lodge, Ybor City. HillUbe

Trenton Lodge, Trenton, AIWM
LaCrosse Lodge, LaCrosse. Abla
Anchor Lodge. Key West. MNamg
Hastlass Lodge, Hastings. SL. Jei
Pinneta Lodge, Pinetta, Ma

Bascomb Lodge,

Bamconb. Jasld

Winter Haven Lodge, Winter HeawS
Polk county.
The addition of these feurtl
lodges made It aeessary to fom ft
tweaty-third district. There are aM
186 subordinate or particular Mb
reprinted! in the Grand Lodge.
The trustees of the Masonic HIM
and Orphanage announced that 0a0a
$15,000 had been raised for enellt
and maintaining a home and e d*r
age, and that prospects, were i
for adding materially to this -
duriag the year. Although It n
pected that three years will bO
elapsed before actual work of -
trcting the home and orphaM
begs, yet the committee will 4
earnestly to secure as great -
as posslble during the interL I .
moon as the debt of the Masoaie -
pIe is cleared, the Grand Ladge
tara ts attention to erecting
bome and orphanage. Ser*l1
site have been offered the 0-
Ladge for the purpose. and It Is 9
ly that one of the offers will 1 1b
pted at some early date.
The eightieth annual
Uon has taken its place In hist Wl
having been the largest attaed
most successful meeting of the
Lodge In the history of the f
In Plorida.
Mystic Shrie.
Following the usual custom of
aIn each year just after the
Aodse's communication, the l
held forth yesterday
and last night A busilnDO
sion wan conmenite-d at o'cfalji
the afternoon and lasted until
A nunat. r of important matters
profltably diacui-t'd and tac tio*
in oni _J

At night a party of axRIt f"ft O
'I arre initial -d lit it t Uta
f tite Shrine The notIiuICe 5 J'
e.-.-ion of the secret |af woord- of
rocco Temple. Mene. Mnt* TT
l'lharlun." and were gi*-ni tht" r
dazzle, shooting the (hute frols
r.f uof the tenit- l*e to the ,e*ilr
I',"ialiiag through the 'Valle'y
Ill hatltw of Ik'a4th tte t at tdI
we. r. rohfrnmte.d alth en the wall at hli,I "ht
Orienital F..t Th' ", re

,la in .. <
I Hamuaett'ud Str a' 0
la tr re plas.


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Se ms 6r tit was that Ne

5151/TN8 8mo1 Mitoms mbled at
B i Mste eMM Iw mint he rio es tet

room we to im wd sb h amNt.

owty o =. the

is miw n d

s#Intrwm Never Davis W nfal l,

m f n

0 A

d =0

Is b so mem

-dab to 4dumis

btmo for L~a bOF"&

b pbs a mayMa
by hl bowm

4w Paed. m m d a
-s J. W. Moodl-

m e od a d- .
It -a m AM eme a sharpea
a mf Is ena lm, was takes a. -
M, nmeb.mme t mai sday.
Th o adWeM twon s are watched
ug ma" 0aeed, a t is alleged
Mt *ms a aued a havle and
Ubed res Teaus s at sM earmival
Tem o sw was gives two deMar
"mo so -m
nsroy easley, a plaon dre ua wa
dih d but waed mt to atW ppear
bfoee asa agar a c ths charge.

This is a eemms form of musuewar
rhemd.m. No lantermal treatmet
is ass Apply Chamberlas's liui-
mat Vely twice a day ad a quick
ml is eartals. This lnimet has
Imeves espeedally vaeable for mnueu
lr ad heokale reumatism. and
is smr to give quick relief. Chamber-
Im l's LAmest is also most excellent
hW ~aPat mad bruWes. Price. 265
mats, t iarge lsem so cbts. Fur ae
by al draggists.

The wsake peria reads the want
a evey d'Tay-ed answers some ai-
mast s des.



LE snw'iow

U o INmoPROmpPLAs8

uea 0ampbts an 0mdy P4 of AOy
Vas Ithe IS ft a"d Will
SMftee tee Yea

The MaseM county new steel valtm
is w completed ad s one t the
mstst mad bes to tbe foud is the
assmess the rmm Ia the mew strue.
~or sbefno a te than deMs, the
p afetysc la ie re to >br. as the
seatre isof ~e m thea. t.
AB lt the bees se plesdb o the
Itwe asee tit n at tlhe i M, d I tad

p -s hereforW they are is
sa1 eI parft# ser the nss of
valuab.e paper am mles exsaed" an
t a n a tosumnd reset the top
of the wak o em eserm i bear-
Sthe m mber ma adlt of al the p
peru ta ae wa=lm md wa m ear
es he semby Wthe fade.syRtem.
The lMthegw w la n Is ind
bines md pesat a ptemmd a -
be meatly ahme we of with the mewp
rt of tme tax bookmand te*d is me

s npartin ar o be -a to mcnmo
meatef tees teeWsa thdmmsslom-
era have plasm araed muder the
This Ught work wi1 give them the 0
best faeUtles of may place Ina the State
Sfor the proper handilag of all the Im-
perftat papers mad books. and the
weato be acmmnded
as boring t"i noew steel valt.I

eneiat Comert to ks Held at Joa-
ess HalL

Areemets have bes perfected
1Wr the bemAt appeared of Jenkins'
CairdI Orphamae mB Band. which
Is to appeal at Jobaemo's hall on Mon-
day mad Tmueday lOghto. January 25th
mnd NiL. The baad is composed of
twety ittle m**idlMs ad singers.
Thel omewrts am ader the man-
WemM of Roe. D. J. Joktas and will
be givem for the bmNet of the Je-
u"s Orpboage of Charlestom. 8a C.
4MAM &m. *& Ai1 -m






Capital, $7,500o 0 Sarpls, $17,591.74
W. R. THOMAS, PeMddat G. K. BROOME, Ist Vice-Pm.
K. D. TURNER, Cabier W. B. TAYLOR. 2d Vic'-PN.

H. F. Duttm, J. G. Nibtso, J. A. Maltasby, M. Veatble, W. R. Thomm,
J. B. Padltt, G. K. eroomm, W. B. Taylor.

is eprat d Isa election with the Y T
JuemN tA emANI faa ry for color- o W IUA5loJU
td yathe IS bw Caroena ad ----
the larasmt mad bst-.kown colored e wvll met the tax-ayes at the
olrphamages Is Ameri. ouowng places as the datm s at op
Tie hand is em of S t best hands poseto:
mew be-ore the travelig public, and Hasue-Jan. 25th.
It Is sure to piesse. crosse-Jan. J2h ad n7th.
1Utte Samuel Coasum. the young- Bland-Jan. 2th.
eat aMMd mster in the world. la Hih Sprinss-Jan. 2th and 30th.
weader to may madlesoe. Rochelle-Feb. 8t.
Loelkut or their daily street pa- Cam pvUll-Feb. th.
rade. Don't s the conerts. The Oranse Helihts-Feb 10th.
orphaeage Is worthy of your patron- Melroe--reb. llth.
age. Hawthorn-Feb. 12th and 13th.
Doers opens at I p. m. Admisaino-- Mlcasopy-Feb. lkth and 1lth a. m.
lMdrea. 15 easts; adults, 2 easts." Evtnston-Feb. Ith. p. m.
Lake View-Feb. 17th.
TIM shimms M" Ia Twa Island Grove-Feb. 18th.
I ano i WU veers& Waldo-Feb. 22a4.
Is s em wo ways wear a Waddo--eb. th.
f.wm. ie Mum mmd dlsarsmtees sad Addond--r 14h
is" shrt a md sharp t hs avws. P banka -eb. r.
Mae ma d t a tea M's eat th poor Yours for the best service,
beUows alt. i'se his Uver pad dasw- W.D. DICKINUON,
UI hat ma e him fel so mtisrable Tax COollset
-he aw_ t help beans durable. WILUA W. 0OLSON.
Are you to danger getting late Tax Asseeor.
that eadleim? The start at aea Oslainevillle, De 16. N19.
tak s Ballard's Hrblan for you
Mve-th aste re ad reliable veT- Evry M their
ahe regulator. Sold by W. M. Joha- Is Lr should be worried whi the
a. Uttle ones have a cough or cold. It
Per City M arshaL ay lead to croup or pleurisy or pues.
meul -then to something more se-r
I forsptehAcimuoeumc mymt a os- Ballard's Horehound Syrup will
adl to bo tthe okce of City MAr- cure the trouble at once and prevent
salhs. to be voted for at *th oeto any complication. Sold by W. M.
oa April 11. 01M. Itf elected I will Jonasm.
faithfully discharge the duties of the
oeol without fear or favor. I re-
spectfully solicit the votes of all. r-
respective of party afllat to. i AIMr U iI I


You would not delay taking Pole
Kidney Remedy at the frat algn
kidney or bladder trouble if you r
Used that neglect misbt result

seCivil Eaglmwr med Surveywu
IProm4bptatsziam to all 'wism
1fte. first damr North of Thrushbff
oil". P. (0. Boa In. GalasvIlbe. b


0"m sthe ms oufth oFl
Clty; eam kt0001a ansd b&
remd;Mweso ttouwasmers31
ver; morth to Alsebus, Hi&
sad Worthingown Sprdm
Co-lu IKey, aNo all It iuwim

Kee-p and A nt' "r

5..iflr Ow ilophuu

The uu.s u Swep "

flhIFT.%UII II.& UngLIuUb
New' vefiw tlw Ctueijaig waaol, ontainls a g, o IsIWtdofFriit,
eyaNut. I.---1t awd Jntausuatal Trw. iii 'srietim Skimt. MES
of Pal.i. rume saml t6 r. ENDi iit '~IT. .

Brishts disease or diabetes. Fley a
Kidney Remedy corrects trregulari-
ties and cures all kidney and bladder I w
disorders. J. W imcCollum Co. OU US INE SS
The want ads. do more real estate Solicited alnd will e appreciated by
busiieM than all other brokers c m
bled-a fact, they start" most of P t *
the busilue that te bnokers and U
agents AshA.,


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of Thornton Bought
from Baird Hardware
Sga tnle eof Thornton.

goe mention last week of the
S I. D. Thornton (out under
we- Minnie Rhodes., his steP-
c, charged with aiding BI. G.
IL Brooks, two Unitcd States
to escape from the ALevy

ba rton's removal to Kanap-
Walker came In posse's-
l two letters written by Isaac
while in jail, to the g;rl
her to go to Gnine.vllle and
le tools and tha.* S~'encer
) would give her the in mey.
who is a fall g!rl of s<,:ne
el eighteen years, has made
gatfeslon to the officers. She
|s bought the saws from the
Hardware Co. In Gaine-.ville
gi'ft them to her fatlhr in the
st her dresu when s-h carried
bM dinner which had ben htr
10=5M0 for some time.
let ters referred to were found
IJE Cobb. Minnie is not con-
a b emouty jail but is in the
f the sheriff. She gave bond

L waived a preliminary
UI0d Judge Friedman fixed

H would have no difficulty in
The girl's bond is $100.


(By East Ender.)
a0MNOE HEIGHTS, Jan. 21.-This
B wo Is still on a boom.
abool Is progressing nicely
Imas, with an enrollment of
iTh. mpeon of Earleton was In
Sa business this week.

bo was a dance at the
Ull Mrs. Lumpkin on
I. All had a fine time.

home of

W& Mawford. who has been visit-
gar mother, Mrs. Julia Hall. has
to her home at Port Orange.
Is to be a box supper at the
0d Mr. and Mrs. Green rall next
SMght week. January 2.?1h. for
*OMse of making money for the
W Heights cenmtery. Every-
b eOrdially invited.

Ib sk o case on record of a
s, mI or la grippe developing
tb I smeala after Foley's Honey
S has booeen taken, as It cures
Bait ebotlate deep-seated coughs
* Mi Why take anything else?
SW. *Ieslm & Co.

IMS 100 Per Ct.

he Is BEST



it lasts long-



tace to the gallon

hmany other paint

d&. There is a

REST in everything

-if Paint it is Davis
OPr Cent Pure.



Everybody in Gainesville tIs Eligi-
ble. *
Old people stooped with suffering.
Middle age. courageously fighting.
Youth protesting nimpatlently;
Children, unable to explain,
All in misery from their kidneys.
Only a little backache first.
Comes when you catch a cold.
Or when you strain the back.
Many complications follow.
Urinary disorders. diabetes. liright's
Doan's Kidney Pills cure backache.
Cure every form of kidney Ills.
Mrs. N. E. Carter, loi \V. McCormick
street. Gainesville. Fla.. says: "1My
bon coiuaila.itd ot a w-eak bar'k ani
pal.e across his ki'linys for sonie
tlii.f'. re came home at night, tired
and hardly abli, to eat any thing. It
was difficult for him to assumi,- a corn-
fortible position a:n'l hbe felt g4nnirally
miserable. Flialllv he de'eided to gi.'-
Dlan's Kidney Pills a trial and pro-
cured a box. This remedy soon re-
moved all signs of kidney trouble and
no' has hid nto return of it since."
l',jr sale by all d,-alers. Price- ",o
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. lhuffalo.
New York. sole agents for the U'nited
Remember the name-Dean's-and
take no other




Wanted in Georgia for Stealing and
Was With Large Gang That
Worked Several Cities.

rrom Friday's Daily Sun:
Deputy Sheriff Winn of Newberry
arrived in the city Thursday with Jes-
se Joliuison. a ntgro wanted for lar-
".'. in Georgia.
Johnston was a imemlM'r of a lar--*
gais.. that had successfully worked
gteoigil tuv.ns and was considered
one of the ringilt '! rs. He had been
convicted bu uina.e his escape, and
has for the ipat few years been at
liberty. continuing his pra-'tlce at va-
riou times, a
The negro was wanted by the au-
thorities of Waynesborough and of-
fictrs from that place bha'e been noti-
fled by Sheriff Ramsey.
This is a valuable caUth by the
deputy and it Is supposed that some
reward is offered for the apprehen-
sion of the man.

The Pure Food Law.
Secretary Wilson says: "One of
the objects of the law is to inform
the consumer of the presence of cer-
tain harmful drugs in medicines."
The law requires that the amount of
chloroform, opium, morphine, and
other habit forming drugs be stated
on the label of each bottle. The man-.
ufacturers of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy have always claimed that their
remedy did not contain any of these
drugs, and the truth of this claim is
now fully proven, as no mention of
them is made on the label. This
remedy is not only one of the safest.
but one of the best in use for coughs
and colds. Its value has been proven
beyond question during the many
years it has been In general use. For
sale by all druggists.

A Great Change.
A F Scott of Hague was in the city
yesterday in paaiisig the handsome
dry goods store of The 0 W Hlyde
('oililiany. on the corner of EaIt

Main anid ULibtry trt'etz he- reillark
4-d to iii.- itnIAJir ofI'ill*- Still: rI
dost-b iustlulokliake it did litithe isugh-
114-:,.%%Ilieu M ot' & Vt ite had!
tisii. pr5ril~tini4 olec t up tar, Iis thi,

Ill I i'. ieV it. %141 uI. .e1m~sfii i'u

It) r%%,I d- sut cci e i t ea ~.

lot ui. All l de N tij'I 4 ,,lt I t ltlhIiII(
~ ~ t~l i. I 'llu b 1.) l t Ch1.1 ber,-
wa Ite' i s (11 a4)e b ,a, I Is*I
III lisf t St si t p ~ t I. a

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Twenty-One Roads Now Using This
Patent Flange-The East Coast
Latest Company to Install It.

From Friday's Dally Sua:
The American Flange Frog Rail.
way inimrovement Company, which
has teen In session here for the past
two days. adjourned yesterday after
having completed their business.
The following stockholders and di-
rectors were among those at the meet-
ing: C. W. Chase, C. II. Strouse. E.
f. Cannon, Gainesville; Jno. E. Gra-
ham. Roanoke. Va ; W. D. Reeves,
Chic. go.
C. W. Chase was elected president;
C. II. Strouse. vice-irte dent; E. K.
Cannon, secretary-treasurer. for the
ensul.ig year.
This company has succeeded In
iplacii.g their patent with twenty-one
railroads and the East Coast railway
is now having them installed all along
their system.
In speaking of the success of this
company. Dr. Strouse said that the
prolwects were very bright and that
it would be only a matter of a short
while before the use of the equipment
would be universal. It will prove a
great big thing for the members of
the company, composed largely of
Ca! e.ville people.


(By Beauty.)
LOCHLOOSA. Jan. 21.-Mr. and
.Mr. \V\illi. Y ntz of Port Englls are
visiting the latter'a mother, Mrs. S.
F. .M11, .w n.
J N. Haym:nans made a flying trip
to Jack.-onville last week.
Mrr. 1McLenna returned to her
home at Waldo Saturday, after spend-
ing a few days with her husband.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Tompkins of
Cross Creek returned home Saturday.
after spending a few days with the
former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Mrs. Mamie Coleman and little
daughter of Miami are spending a
while with F. M. Coleman.
Tate Miller of Evinston and Mr.
Duskin of South Carolina have been
spending a while with F. M. Cole-
John Ergle of Island Grove has pur-
chased the old homestead of H. T.
Ergle of this place and will probably
move to same in the near future.
Since the apprehension and convic-
tion of the Lochloosa and Island
Grove robbers it is hoped that the
wolple of this community will feel at
ease in the future.
Mrs. C. R. Coleman of Neptune is
visiting relatives here.
Mrs. J. W. Metzger has gone for
a few days' stay with her sister. Mrs.
W. R. Abstein, at Micanopy.
Miss Zelma Cason, one of Island
Grove's society ladies, spent Mos-
day In Lochloosa.
WlUle Hloward of Island Grove
made a visit to our enterprising town
Mrs. Philips of Maca. Ga., is visit-
ing her son, J. M. Philips.
D. Posey. an enterprising trucker
of this section. has as fine a cabbage
crop as is around here. He has cab-
bage four feet across with nice hard
heads, lapped in four-foot rows. How
is this for cabbage?
The orange shippers of this section
are about through shipping their
crops. Most of them received good
prices for their fruit.
W It. IRot.. the emficut deputy)
sheriff of this place. carried three-, ehlarged with breaking and
inltieritag i tre.s here aslid at llandi
;ro..- to (ail a. ill* Friday. h l*r) i ill rtmalin i i Jail until the' d.-
( nl ,l l ir i.. rl r- 'til t .etirit I, r .hil. r., .

A Reli.gous Author* Statement.

H'Alth kl 1I ) i t-t ih e l l' iti I t0' 1 IL
I it ,r il i r kill U ll a,1
0 111 I..' i\ ii~ ~4 .. ,tl .141 ,, 1 .' *I
I, i iI 41 ; .1\ I i l a Ul .il ,'l ,a K* t kill
.A :' 1. -lit .1 1,t6 14 M 4 li 't" i'
.Ill i< *I a l0 i k hit,' ,1.111. 1,' "tI"'I :
I 41i -4,i it ltt I, i 1, (ll ) 4I" *,h ) v a l i 11,011

Rte i. d4y, atd the pain gradually
abated aud dually c wirtae benm e normal. I cheerfuely



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T. W. Hands,

Wm. R. Stekert C. A. Faiud th,
Vice-President Cahier




Dr. M. H. DePas J. L. Medlin W. R. teakt
T. W. Shands Henry Davis
Robt. D. Crawford John F. Jackson C. A. Fairoloth

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Bank of Ahdm


ovember 27th. 10o.

C'ai1 1ta 1 1,t'.k : 5.000.00
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I Harvest Time is On. Are Y
Taking Advantage of the

GOrat Sacrifice Offering of the Most Seasonable
i and the Most Staple Coods as Well as







.aaaoe to buy all the
A F its Value. The

best grades of Merchandise at a little over
Mills take the loss---we are the Distrib-

and want




25-6-7 AND 28TH.
Iui uaoluded the 98th to accommodate a large number of people who have re-
Jlted it Thee FOUR DAYS we propose to be ROUSING BARGAIN
SDAT and the THOUSANDS who visit the great G. W. HYDE
S'00. BALE will go away loaded with bargains.
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W-have Ap-annd unusual offerings. We have made wonderful sacrifices
4inuatmtn to make these four the greatest days of our wonderful sale.
values in Table Linens and House Furnishings.

in every

of thoe Beautiful Silks selling at HALF PRICE. See them at 49 and
Grand clean up on all small lots. Simply come prepared to buy
and you will go away happy.

69 cents.

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geb 1. 1902. at OGaeln-
we_ s a, od-ela matter.
& of Congr.a of March I.

ey M 0enday and Thursday
g alaesvill, Forida.

-A--- YY, Editer and Weger.

M of Subderiptiem.
S, Week Sun $1 a year;
,f.; single copies, 6c.
Afrtwolng Rates:
'iertilseDpts, 15 cents a
g* fint and 10 cents for each
l tsertion.
advertisements for three.,
ve months at special rates.
fralshled upon application.
and Death notices lnnerted
es, 5 cents a line.

Owr Clubbing List.
Sad The Thrice-a-Week
1J World one year...... $1.65
lad The Atlanta (Ga.)
Constitution one year. 1.75
B d The Atlanta (Ga.)
y Journal one year 1.50
and The Semii-Weekly
one )year ....... 1.50

We will not accept stamps of
_oml .nation than 2 cents.

r de United States Stnate 1 b
rbM Interesting t:owadays-.

AIgaMMuen feel that a hundr-ed
or less don't matter in
f t Ie Panama canal.


qTampa Tribhune I
An incon-lpi tui ils nel,,-st(ory in The'
Jackoniill,' Tiini,.-Unin conveys thte
li.t'fllKTcnre ',f the' death of Samul I It.
Rux.. for yearn a figure In the' n'-ws-
l|al'r cirrcle-s of Florida .Mr. Itu.\
w a, found dead In hted in a Jackson-
ville lodging h mue Sunday nioruiag
l'nattended In his last ilinss. bhe waan
unniarkd in d,* ath for a conbid'-rable
p, rloi. Thol ho first found 1.-
toly did not know his name and It
wa- not until a Tim',s-l'nion re'lo)rt, r
gazed upon the corpse, that the Identi-
ty of the d'ce'ase'dl became known.
The body hnlad btwe' niovd to an un-
deertaklng ,-lablibchhtlent a.- "un-


i(alks Itannner )

known." I:I Iy the' le lir iron of .
f.ate. a man w ho ki'w~ l.ron;illv. per- A hithtirfo unipubll-h.-d story aheut
h aip-, rore puleic i m n in Flori lt than (",i. lt'e. wit E. 1e' is gl'en in Th,
it : nieNr man :ai thI Sta.te'. nie ata Ia Maiut.(tture'r*s Recorl o January 14
a;i iiih tf f .-il.n,- h, ,!:lt auil t in an artlc!t entitled "Rounding Out
hi lo- I ... di ..lyf'i, l. lay foh r hli:r' f th,. Nation's Lift Through So th.
i), !)] it a. rni- ,eti z,,l. *lrrn )'-v-,lopmene t." in the coUr e of
Sam.u l 1:. Mi. ., oa a na;.l o Ilo.. hifth it is said:
ton. he receivei!l a theoi,,:,gh rcolle "At thoe close of the clill war .'..
gate education antd did his first news- rI vounsc men who had served in
palpr work as dramatic critic on th,. th** ,Athiler army. so The. Manufac
lioton dailies. In that fleld, he- had ti:er R.'cord has been told by one
few equals. A brilliant future oipen- who, was in the party, called on Gen
e-d tis alluring vts-ta before him. ItAolrt .. Lee. In explanation of their
Hut the c :rse of drink, which follow. visit they said to him:
ed himn releiatl<. -ly from his young ** 'Your name has carried us into
manhood to his squalid. unattended many places where we did not want
death-bed, led him to for.sak,, the to go Now. we want to take your
bright pathway which his geniu- nanme with us where we are going.
might haie blasted and he canre to and we have come to ask for your au-
Florida, in the hope that. In a new tograph on these photographs.'
clime and among new people, he *"(General Lee in reply, said:
might begin life under Letter au- -If my name has carried you. as
spices and rescue his Intellect from yo.i say. Into places where you did

the dargT-rs that hset it.
W Rsf of San Francisco would in Florida. Mr. Rusi did much
4t agree with the suggestion brilliant newspaper work, but he
| l conditions should be Im- lacked the Inclination to sustained
1g effort. He worked on The Tribune,
-- a dozen years ago and those' who
SMgtest between So.-n':trs Hud- we.rde familiar with xn'w>pap'r wor%
kMi Humphries for pro'!id.-ut of in Tampa at that tixe, are- fond of
le Senate is going to b14 ex- telling some of the ihtereftim'g inl-
close. dents which marked lh! connection
* h ih this palp-r. T'ih.' fil-s of 'The
ah the streets surrounding g the' Trif uIne (loquel t t .-timnony to
| pare are pa'ed with \itrulithl hi. ability as a writ,.r. As a pI.ra-
bmeosville will Ix. .till more at- grapher, he' wa.s iinimat:il, I fe
l to visitors. wrote' verse that was fre'jue'utl
*- touched w ith the r, al tire of genii:.;.
f.I Tillman c.n albo point with After leaving the service of The
to the fact that Standard Oil has Tribune he worked on several other
Smentinoned in association papers of the State and, for a brief

1 private business transactions.

ectton has increased in price
One dollars per bale during the
l aths. Sea Il.and cotton,
has not scored much of an
in price.

bow lowly the calling. so
S It is hoorable. In which one
be glorlfles labor, secures
and that of others when

l"e folk will soon discard
S"TeOy Bears" and fondly ca-
S0 "Bill 'Possum*." But they
6tt~or be careful how they leave
S w pets within reach of the

Stat we are celebrating the Ed-
Aft- Poe centenary, why not cir-
Bime of his detective stories
the secret ocers? They don't
60N|mIu, but they might learn
M Inta method.

in I in receipt of reliable in-
Nto the effect that work on
b'w -ent bulldlug to be ter. acted
y" ty will not be delayed in
ML Hon. Frank Clark hau
well in hand at Washing-
l Ad we will soon have a public
Swich will bt a credit to the

m0tker of State leglalaturs uare
S***to and It Is waft to aM
trust corporations ad rittl-
i i th a %er) \ rl l r,.ntu ilrauce
t i ligt t latihn a.ti|,. w ill e,. ot n
10*00 awit (or th. 11*\ f \s

t airly ,, t ,, t,,
i,69 a" d r a-t, .t ,i,.

it Nib ( iJ. i.'

b s~.~5 mib .- .i

lit ral. Wa.n eut.i rial winier on The
i'runswick (Ga.) Tinaes. A.- a Talla-
haz-.te' corresponu element. His thorough familiarity)
with State questio:-. with political
alignments,. and his wond* rful wide
personal acquaintance with the lead-
lug men of Florida. made him a val-
uable representative at the sessions
of the Legislature. When not con-
nected with a newspaper, he wa. a
"free lance" and the power and in-
cisiveness of hib criticisms and com-
ments have been felt in more tha1I
one situation In the political history
of Florida during the past quarter of
a century.
In his last days. Mr. Russ was out
of employment, subsisting on the
kindness of friends-the sombre, clos-
Ing scenes of a life of "brilliant. brok-
en plans, of blasted, high ambitions."
If all the cheering, encouraging words
of sincere praise he wrote about the
men In whose behalf the powerful
combination of his brain and pen was
enlisted, could be repaid him now In
death, he would have a eulogy un-
equaled In its eloquence. If the kindly
sentiments he expressed in life could
be converted Into flowers for his
grave, he would rest beneath a
dtoral memorial loftier than the tallest
pine of our forests and broader than
the Peninsula Itself. ILt us hope. that.
after bhis day of sorrow and of strife
"The weary sun hat b made a golden
And. by the bright track of his flrry
Gli,.s signall of a goodly day to-
Let us fe'-el that. after the lstrnm and

A ,An. t h.a\ n L re'. hi h:att. rd

Ilal 't 1 1 1' t l le en.,l -l o li

P .I' r! I 1 i i- &i ^- ^' *-

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a f N% I, 0

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not want to go. I wal.t you to be care-
ful not to carry It Into any place
where I would not want it to go.
Whern' are you going?"
'*)ne .a!d that he was bound for
M.lic,. anothe-r that ho was looking
to th. fr S.;: th% e-t. and the others
Ito> '-t:.' -. 'tfnn b-'an:e they felt
a It (he '- was no opportunity for
thomni at home by reason of the de-
-tr' tion caused by the war.
C";* ne ral L. e said to them:
"'As soldiers you served your
State faithfully; you did your duty.
you risked your lives In the service
of your country; but your State needs
you today worse than it needed you
in war. It has hard problems to set-
tie. Its business Interests have been
destroyed, and for these very reasons
it seems to nme your State has a right
to a.k you to btand by it in these




11.11111, I I e4 hi 4 1 Its
aIr. C !'1 I.. it-) &A! tle.4 A.I. CIA'I- %

L fie"

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day-' of trial and to help to rebuild
It4 fortunes. Conslier whether you
do n.ot owe to your State. under thee
rcnditiln-. the fame devotion to it.
the same Pelf-sacrifice that you gave
to it at the call of war.'"
If it had l>.< :i po,,i.ihle for this
I thought of th*' great Confederate sol-
(lier to have hb-en carried out. and If
tb,. hundreItd( of thousands of young.
v!rill' r.-n who l*-ft this section with-
In a few y.v:tr.- after the war, and the,
tv', :iul a half million who have left
It ,'::r'i t! e pjl.t forty years. tad
.ten able to find at home scope for
their energy, employment for their tal-
ents. whether of brain or muscle, what
a mighty difference there would have
been. not only In the South, but in
other sections. The South would have
gained the energy of the people and
the energy of the children born to
them, while other sections which have
bhen enriched by their work would
to that extent have made less relative
progress than they have made.

Quail are reported rather scarce in
the vicinity of Gainesville the present
season. Probably the dry weather is
responsible for this scarcity of these
game birds.

Bun "Waart ads. bring realt

Repaired and ret at moderate expense. flUigs,
Brooches, Pins and Lorket thoroughly renovated
and cleaned, orn pars refilled and jewels reset
or replaced at short notice.
Valuable jewelry ouglt to be examined from
time to time and loou ed jeals adjusted to pre-
vent their loe.
All repairs will be promptly attended to at
low charges. orders esaefully and speedily
executed. Send by expnre or regitered mail.

' C.H.Cdees&SM

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totuft ..... saeb

mob &Ed Melow

Et zurev% morea'etd

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NI,at.l ,' .

The Altmayer & Flatau Liquor Co.
70, 722. 724, TM Waet 6ay Street


- --- FLORIDA.

Impossible to be Well
It Is impose to be wel, simply Impsibe, tf the
bowels are constipated. You must pay attention to the
laws of nature, or suffer the consequences. Undigested
mater, waste products poisonous su an must be
removed from the body at least once each day, or there
will be trouble. A sluggish liver is responsible for an
immense amount of suffering and seriousdise. Ask
your doctor abodt Ayer's Pills. He knows why they act
directly on the liver. Trust him. I. C. A C.. L.L

subscriptions .........4,000
There is no limit to the a"WIr'
clubs each contestant may asOse.
soliciting vote by safndkie
friends within the SotereM uoi
votes Is undesired by ther prlrMJpf"

O 0 0-40- =0w
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0=4= THS SUN o
IE) ThrsaRes .. .15


At 6e) 0*v




Ion Which a sooladeont of A
County Will be AwMrded a
Howard Plan, amd 18 Ce
ed at t" sI"M Pmsenio sd
Bush & Saler cPlane Co., Saole
entatives of The I.S. H.or
Miami, the Centet to be Cge, .aO i
THE SUN In Behalf f 1e sh&

One $400.00 Howard Plhae w
given to the personroddlaedg
County of Alachbua who weesah
highest number of votes betwatm
crnber 1."tb, 190, and 10 p. U.g
15th. 1909.
In addition to &he P- tkh M
be bloed by The B" t a I
ano Co.. on a w$400 sward
eighteen Tranuslible DmU
to be used as a oe ort
meat aO a new Howard Plo.
due bills will beg Ig a to his
contest as foUows, to poerlos
In Alachua Coaty:
To the frst six reee ving t l
the highest vote, a due bI
for $200.00.
To the second six rce
highest vote, a due bIw er
To the east rex rlM v
highest vote, a w N; us w
These due mbi Mar he u1d
wm ners or ean be dpowM of
one for ay vale tbe w

Ilaes th ofa
Ina the vent ofat a te O
offer, a prinM d ar Is s
thereto will wbe im Mah of
Hew and Whert ft

Hyde & Tendh. r
The ollovwinge MSaae B
owe Tote tor every I al
-tablshmats o thefor
The e0 Ito ee f OleI we
PhIfer Bros.
Hyde & Tench.
Where Von so Me bet.a L
Ballot boxes wtlh be d to Is
tablishments of the mwr AhM
votes And at The sna G A
sent by mal must be du
Voting Contest Depart=M 4fI
8 a, GaInesville. Florida.

1 The souteet o k m t -6
living n Albha mlMu wvho tIn
by the eeondutors of a we
vouched for by some or 1 h
to thoem wol known.
L. No .mloye, w*it fr
Utve of the I'i t of a
In tht" eott w0 11l Eit
no mEmier.
dLte lathe eetafa
tag between candidates or h
there ted is this etoee
very may be referred to the
doctors of eomteset. ho in e*
persons qualified to reader
4. In the event a candidate
to withdraw from the race. eawh*
date will not be atowed to -i
votes to the .ret of ia4 sM
date the In oett t h. ,t

$1.0 .......... 4vt. s ~iqU
.olt. ........ 1,o TOte vL
o-, a clh of fie (di Me beui P
me-ygar nhaerlptlOM (beor ApiS 1
1 M) vfO00 otoe.
For a elab of fiv (Mew mkmlber.
am-yew smbcrlpdema (beIm
1. 19W0) M.OW votes. *
Por club of ten (old U l oh.Uer-)|
monthe' Mubsereptlem (bsbr. Apr91..
1900) MAW votes.
For a elb of tea (mew sheorihee)
slx-aoatha' subecraptioa (before AWE
1. 1909) M000 votes.
There Is mo limit to the aumbr oe
clubs each cootetaat may oiw.
11.00 ..................... Ur v, st
For a club of fve ro-yor

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OW be Was reqmeow ui
sam of nob wdse b4
0as Ie doeemd prow 9w pub

w,.f UpinIIUSm md erodesUall
of- 6 inmiaem made reports.
lbs .~d of eers them tool
SAM I* amluct the election
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Juor Grand Deacon, OGeorge H. ston where a man lives close to the. of Edina t r. .
V x .blapaiach~lhoa. earth. the grmt moter.-JbliiabJe of Edbna. Mo.. say): "-I -t hi Mr. I)- (,41W
o MaOau Al.eohemlr. ee a eotEdmundN. Hmeeatd n I have used a great many different mk at thel., ie-t,,r y,,it bu o
' Gland Standarud.Bearer. Edmund N. nonetead. medicines for stomach trouble, but Hlarnes,. Wag.n- .I 1 ,i,-, '
I Boltl Or ie CTO r .find Chaube-rlaln's Stomach and Li er
r Seaior Grand Steward. Charte, H. Tabl.-t .more beneficial than any other Davis & O i1v
Ke"thum. Key West. AT O D IA riedy ,I e.r uasd For a;, lo) s &
* Junior Grand Deacon, J. R. H. L all d1 IM.t _____ _____. __i_... .r _
h Cooper. I hat. mui C lrb
L Grand Pursalvant. J. M. Samuel.-BaSINE
A Cest Vi Al 1 M Yu e Au "N __. l- wmee of PIiVu
I re Vi JohnThe bld Capper, Jackt. the most purely stin-
I Grand Tyler, Joh W. Capper, Jack ears the tLive. effort of mere pluck has a lifttinia. D Fa,. \, II
* --_ville. Agnatur0e of power and de'I.e rts ,ur thankful ad i
0 At the night session the ne officers mlrati,, ..r) d.'gre. ant e-r' 1.- -.
v were installed with apiprui.rlate exer- rit fa'm ": te4,o of t r:;,h.. a '
> Claim. Accordn to W,,r -,W fi lthui it-e r:a. Graham Building. gast Mail "1
'ollowl g the illstalla tia f a t; .t,-rlr*.a t'l. ,r I- -.,,.. .,. ... t i i 'r :.. r ... B,, a ell Phone 51. Also Long
S Mers. the Grand l odlte c unliailt, 'e t l at 1, i t, Ill tl'1,.10 ,I* 14t '% ,H ,I ,, f el l tilu t. I
5 work eemplifid the Mthe t.r M.tii a throu, ghtut i t1 *utC1 Lta ,* o.. %ra-. :.d .t .:t i rM&NK CLAM. TH W, rI
degree In a Uost! lultt-r-bti i ,tl g ni thai it tLap. v r i "'' i I
k prealve mannr -- Too Much Pace. "LARK & FIN
S The" eiglhtieth co UlUi iut tti. tlf the Many little I ,' 1i t ,"1 a l te 1 a% ,. 1I If yu .i.l f, .., I W.
SGrand L4adse the*-n came to al Iend i) I '*a11n. v > arI T r f .in lcui tr U' r l. .k
I Shrines will hold a bu.tsiew. i1..-1 11 ii il t-ti f- rat 'to i futfltl It, ut s rid ,f t. I., irtlia r id .H r. r o
and inigit the auil il, n s taIII aid children a it tultauL no ..i1tat* rae' W l Lt .s
beUK_ esm o riursfromor other arcoutic drugs. and children enst thing in thlesorld fur rbu r
is- em il k Poy's .oyewi ad Tar. Caref
t___.mMt j ** m tsw\ 1f MUM. a. bwl muto. aMfa.

HES Ff 1 A L L
FAR Weak Women

The McClure brothers have sold
*1 N their lettuce crop at Sanford thi.: year frequently suffer gram pai and m ei y during A
for $1.300. They estimate that this- Of life. It in at"time that the
.will pay an expenses an d Itthey will tththatthe
Se to Ue t .r eve acres of celery as fect of taking Oardui is most appreciated, by o
clerproft. Who Md that it lU their distress.
OW L S^.aturday last there was shipped m t
from take 127 crates of strawber-
"-p- ris ki ngd 4 1 ,4 quarts. The prices
were good and the fruit fin*. The A
Sir t ^ m am seamsom tarts Ina early for this locality
W been S el u Int andd promises to be a very successful

M War this Ikfer- 1 Go. Lome who I. charged with
gp "ot npett dental. having set fire to the Duval Sawmilllp You
I % t"It a ittbtd eer l sub. Company's mill. and who h been
I ili 1f & m---- of a Pen Pdro eOedtla the oflcer for several months,
St -im roa s eptured la swamp near Pen- Ln.ndA C. Hill of Freeland, 0., t
S 1 q years, n b-e aad s o after. a h ardl ght with the l "Beore I began to tae ardu, I suffered so bQ
lB WggI asmy thought of any dim- officers.
r ti be tu u a s at ur" A _Ao, crportiontun eh una I was afraid to lie down at night After I began t
S= et up tea* n'et,. of t. Biscay. cator oin compa., take it I felt better in a week. Now my pains ham
of eC. oals- p bM.t orniMsoed in Miami with a gone. I can sleep like a girl of 16 and the cha!
s o -b e e d a sto=wUen pgei e b esin fpal. o f lfehas nearly left me." Try CarduL
1 W ,IM r tractilang oil and making other products
0" '4W. mt. of he castor bean. It is the Inte.n AT ALL DRUG STORFS
Sa of d r brbon t01u of the company to sell seed beans
e sJ s Ot &or AteramUe -o-- to the farmers who desire to plant
the eastor bean and to sell baek to
I the company as many seed beans as
L" Ao Vef in 04" they desire and it possible the oil
aI pp iNel base" the 11eeral ompany wants to get fve hundred
41 1 1 t n 0 r ed r n to acre planted soon as possible.
-a ny eag Mbe adantages, t sNo altivation Is necessary for the
IN do p ebomaW a at easMr pimtand the harvesting Is
v '0 to u~S ... .t--st Othe a very easy matter.
No Ts swamw "'ome nt Io-this Tbe Mtchell and his two small
S-- d my s while at work clearing a piece a m W a Dry lemn ra
o alo -o f l k "a ofld m ontheir place near Andalusia.g I I eEft ft U UIU
Ir su sm IMo ,Ut h lOCntWI were murderously attacked Tuesday
I is gnoe "son P&O M h e a morning by seven men, who. with Te e a Dry State.
S""- N O M4 tO" W knives and axe, c t and beat them
las, a it.I -l 5 t 001 until they fell to the ground pneon-
-. W1O '1 e of co i wloua. Mrs. Mitehell, wife and NASHVILLE, Tenn.. Jan. 21.-Over tically brings to a !--e oae d
P"I P 4 ueZtS. estiy mother of the man and boys. arrived the veto of Gov. Patterson both most bitter and n.-ationtal
d* egmM usmi---afU there *po the somse a short time after- cal fights in the hi:-tory of Teag
2as s aval ppositlon. a ward bringing their dinner, and found houses o the Lelatue yesterday State-wide prohihitin was the I
Spow" WWset" within a them In an apparently dying condl. passed the Senate bill which prohibits issue in the rec.nt be o" I "e s otm Uo. on, but succeeded in carrying them the sale of Intoxicating liquors within Governor Patt.,rsron aind the 1I
B ow t f o dMof Wa ra aone at a time to their home. There four miles of a school house in Ten- W. Carmack for th.- D.-mocrath
t md e O for W oone of the boys died and the father neee and is In effect a State-wide bernatorial nomination, and aI
aedit eee a g de later) j ad other Mo are ta a critical condlb- p bition act. It is effective July 1. Patterson, who adiwjated l ocalq
se adgel g Ms o ati a out tio.- u. The seven men named by 1pit. The vote in the Senate was won the nomination., the LeIta
2i 0 d1m6ml amioa t 100.- Smilt are alleged to be parties against the same as on the orlgina: passage. elected in November last at the I
l aw e 9t ith andoft whom 1e was recently a witness at The House acted yesterday after- time that he was chosen has,
* > e y o Troy. where they were arraigned for noon, the vote standing 41 to 34. the stormy times, gone against him.
b aftift *)a- --to atpd 8.ih icit distililag. They had sworn to original vote there having been 62 came. however, with the aidle
t wath w a s h e h harbor get revenge and gathering at a selected to 37. In each house the passage was publicans, who gave the bill tO
Sm' I t pot proceeded to the Seld where they effected through a combination of two votes in the Hioue and
a I*m Amil n ob. 1d be 0. knew Mitchl U and his two mOas were Republican and "State-wide" Demo- the Senate.
* 18 a" at work atQl proceeded to assault cratic strength. The galleries were The bill to prohibit the maai
them. Three of the parties It is packed in both houses and the de- of intoxicating liquors in Teal
I stated, have been arrested. bates following the reading of the after January 1. 1910, passed the
Governor's message were bitter, ate yesterday and is expected 0t
Sea stloa s Speaking The action of the'Legislature prac- the House today.
Consists la Panishment only when '
"a WU I--- ed chlM is actually bad. Some moth- "Charley'. Ayut." Deny Taft. a negro lIvlnv
A er ti that all crying la badnese- rom Saturday's Dally Bun: City. has been arr,.;,.*d chargC
t's nt. When your baby ries, look "Charley's Aunt" was played to a complicity in the' murder of his8
for pins or msor external eaue; I fair sied audience at The New Balrd The negro has mad, a colM
sicyatn't fid them sive the baby Theatre last night. The second renm- femsiot Thle murd r was e O
ba nrad Mastr Alber t W. G White's Cream Vermitule. as the diton of this piece brought forth con- most horrible affairs ever
, gk T l-T. chances are it Is suferting from worms siderable applause from the audience in Plant City.
Seaur Grml Wardem Geore B. which heep io t hounry and CoseM all present and the work of the members
1 ime. M M a the time. Pleasant to take--w la constltutlng the caste showed improve- W Ir -
1 J er OOmti Ward en a L iU action. Price 2 cots. Sold by meat over the fnrst performance. The
I W* Ma s W. M. Johaeom. entire cas.te will appear In the same
I JMa vSlte. The Sefest Employment. Micanopy people next week. A Npe-I N1 M
iraan Se retary, WUbe P. Webster, The person wbo is klast afre ted t' clal train will be run from here to ac-
* T.--h trade depre.o.n an*d "-s .;" 1::' P commodate those who desire to ac- M A.s J -
I b-nd C_ W. B. Y. WhIds, drtlon Is the pesant ir,,,rie' 2* iomlpnY them.
-M o 0e. Pes 1leasle trat. milk anJ vye.*
* Omb OmaW, H. S. Terew. W tables he is safe enoutb frum hunter Stemash Treubie Cured. SITAIE FM ALL F,
: His sheep will give wool. anid horne. If you have any trouble with your
S eauer Grad Deama,. Jame H. spun is ex e!lent wear. His I thb stomach you should take Chamber-
I me. Tarinp. ate. primitive and elemental profes tlan's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Mr All Tennenu.. temk .a.I ir'W.





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a Sahym d the kead SMutor

Were rced 0n TfiL

L TOM*, Jan. 21.-With tion it developed that some uniformed
Mtod out of 16o0 exm- policeman had been canvassing pro-.
g odjeurned last night, 'ectlve jurors and one talesman
F prmpect that the swore that this policeman, after
e B. Cooper. his questioning him carefully sild. "you
SCaser, and former had better be careful how you serve
oep. charged with up there." t
lM ur keator Ndward E ery Ume that the State's attor-
I be is full swing be- *ey spoke of "banging the defend-
Ob r. ants." Col. Cooper's daughter showed
Swth which jurwws by her drawn, tense expresslon and
is a surprise to every clinched bands that the question with
adsd the process of Its grimt suggestion of a hasUtly death
gafh of Judge Hart, for her father and brother sat the
m a little to do with iron deep into her soul. 1She at
Swhichb the proceed- through the tedious hbours, however,
&o boes by "ading next to her father, now and then
sM $35 each. making whispered comments to the
k late his own hands attorneys.
M* o those men who Nose of the relatives of Ex-Senator
M formed an opinion. Carmack were nla court.
etive Juror insisted CrisaeWs iMO y gxhwa.
Srender a fair verdict I became known yesterday morn-
Oaf the that the State had prepared a sur-
*I tat he was a come prise for the defense by having had
I spelled either the the body of Carmack exhumed se-
w* to exercise their cretly at night and an autopsy held.
porry challenge. The When court opened both sides an-
that whether or notnounced a readiness to proceed and
i eI ion to the ase. Judge Hart ordered the panel sworn.
SeodM lay aside and The court room was crowded within
1t es the evidence, he
ten minutes after the doors were
t Juror. thrown open.
iMoter In Court. The prisoners were escorted Into
any's proceedings were the room after the preliminaries. Col.
had exercised four of Cooper and his son entered arm in
challenges and the de- arm. while Sharpe followed them.
Ms seventy-two. The The latter's wife and father greeted
d to challenge at least him affectionately. Mrs. Luclus
* qualified as Jurors. Burch, daughter of Col. Cooper. met
*d their friendship for her father and brother with a cheerful
alemdants and who in smile. and seating herself between
the attorney-general. them conversed animatedly with
much eagerness to them. Young Cooper seemed in
19. splendid spirits. His father show-
a during the examina- ed the effects of confinement.

Very Hrd to Obtain

'o TryCamack Case

Tenn.. Jan. 22.-The
I the effort to secure a
0 trOW of Col. Duncan B.
Us am. Robin Cooper. and
Joha D Sharpe. charg-

n 6s box, a gain of but two
4W beaere. This was a dis-
mtment mot only to the
1. te Wattorneys on both

N is attributed to two caus-
k iat It happened that most
P ~mmOd yesterday are real-
SlWMhTle. or vicinity, where
b6 bee fully discussed, and
Ofi the people have taken
ether reason is that few
IMw-g to serve upon a jury
*Nld to decide a case In
0 heUng is so intense.
Ob to iad men who do not
|y ~1 the defendants. esl -
-. Sharpe. who was sheriff
IINS for four years. and thus
kf into contact with most of
SCooper. senior, too. has
Seitttes for years.
PO 49 the bitter feeling I*e-

tween the two factions. tbere is ap-
parently the best of feeling between
the attorneys. There has not been the
simplest dispute so far, and during
recess or between sessions, counsel on
both sides mingle freely. Unlike the
night rider trials at Union City. only
1. o miles away. there is no display of
weapons. Even the deputy sheriffs
on duty are unarmed and laugh at talk
of trouble.
J. E. Curtis, one of the talesmen ex-
amined. when asked if he had any
prejudice against the defendants.
startled the court by exclaiming in
lobd voice: "Yes sir, they ought to
have been hanged long ago."
When the name of A. Gotto was
called, a deputy bald: "Mr. Gotto Just
celebrated his 104)th birthday yester-
day and"-"I presume he is not over
it yet." remarked the court. "We will
excuse the young man."
When court adjourned the State had
used seven of itN eighteen peremptory
ch:le'lng'es and the defense eleven !.
its mtlinty-two.

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your choice in the plano esatet

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Iheumatism is in reality an internal Inflammation-e diseased condition of
Ihe blood cells which supply t'e nouri.,hment and strength ance.sary to sue-
taim our bodies. Uric acd, an irritating, inflammatory accumulation, eta
Into the circulation because of physical irrularities, ad then intd
nourishing and inrigorating the body', the bood irritates and infames the
different nev-e, tissues, muscles ad points, because of its impure, acnd
conGition The pains and aches and other disagreeable and dangerous symp-
toms of Rhe"matsta can never be permanently cured until every particle of
the cause is driven from the blood. & & & does this because it is a perfect
blood purifier. It oes down to the very bottom cv 'Se trouble, purifes and
cleanses the circulation, inigorates the blood, ad completely drives Reu-
matimn from the system. Plasters, liniments, soothing lotions, etc., may
be u*ed for the temporary relief sad omniort they bring, but a cure cannot
be elected until &. &a has removed the csa. It fresh thebloodof every
impa-rity and make it a rich, health sustaining fluid, to bring permmest
relief and comfort to those who aflar with Rhenumatima Book on Rheuma.
times ad my medical advice free to all who write.
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Funeral of Little Child.
The funeral services of the little
girl of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Crown were
held at Evergreen cemetery on Thurs-
day, and a large number of Gaines-
ville friends joined the Rocky Point
people at the cemetery. The funeral
service were preached by Rev. 8. B.
Rogers and the remains were In
charge of Undertaker Thomas.

How long ago was it that your store
-or enterprise-was merely a plan?
With aggressive advertisag. bow loag
before your plan of what it t s yet to
become s reallaed?

Netlee of DieWelute of Pemauta ep
Notice is hereby given that t u
of a8 Gay & Company. pomasa of
8. G. Oay and Perry M. Coas.. has
this day been dissolved by mtli seo.
cent signed. )
&. 0. GAT.
Micanopy, a., Nov. 14 198N
If you will take Fole 's Orlao ea.
ive until the bowels beooe reslar
you will not have to take parw tves
eoostantly, as Poley's Oriao laxative
positively cares ehroaie coastlpauou
sad stagglsh liver. Pleasant to take.
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4 Pull
It Full


Quarts ..............................
Quart ..... ... ............ .......
Quarts .................O..........

"Green Ribbon"
T w Whiskey that Made L's Famo).
4 Pull Quarts .............................. 63. 3
a Full Quarts ......................... ... .00
1I Pull Quarts .............................. OM
Is the highest class pure medicinal whiskey on the
market at at a quart.

Race King Rye
We wil wed eo eapream Pald
4 Full Quarts ..................... ......... 6 4.00
Pull Quarts ............................ 7.7
12 Pull Quarts ................... ... 11.00
It Is sul rlor In every way to hundreds of brands
of Rye that you will be asked to pay $1 0W
a quart for.

%%', 1ia5V 1r lw, I ci'ii kiinw % ).'r-,.w~liiiag 'lire-vt to lt~e wnhusuwr, flaaranIew' ~.u.t ivfiwtsi
coil v-c 'ju..-t. (hear Icrmyan- a -.tric'tly ('si'i. 'dci c) e f 'i.prms on'rr ilasmoit I*- wi.# UI
i.rticr c staiecwgtae *0ill he st eai ri'clueeet. .All cirulcro t'1 igipsame datciy S tien ~ '.
II''1a toy wittling ti" i. a prl e-
7!T:3E331HJGLB]Zq],.A&]LHJ QowiDZ .im
JAt'i?4)NVILLY FL~A Ti..' lloiao -I Modicinal Wl~~hitokir,
13-*! Laicris M'. SEND '4E hi- )ltIikk TO N IARF.-T II'I)\T

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c 3. ~TESSue.

ATLANTA. Jan. 22.-While there brings them out gradually more ma d -a 9 1 011 AMI -
has been no material da to Geor- a more, ad if this continues r te
i peach cp to dt It Is e days I am afraid it will be all everw T
gia's peach crop to date, It is ver with the Georgia crop or, at least, the eo
on the danger line amd unles the larger part of tt.
weather goes colder, within the next "Of course, we don't anticipate my im e t
few days the destruction is liable to be thing of the kind; It would be aseost As
extensive. This is the view taken by unprecedented. So far only a few trees *
State Entomologist E. L. Worsham have bloomed as is usually the case mes
who has received a number of reports with the frst warm spell of the win-. .' .
to the effect the trees here and there ter. but these are not enough to pay O .
have already burst Into bloom, attention to except as an tadicatlen m u WOuN"Is
So far, however, this has happened of the possibillltles should the warm s Oesoe
only in Isolated cases principally In spell be of exceptional duration." E twope
South Georgia though one or two There have been many Inquiri es o S*W mM9U
trees have blossomed around Atlanta. about the effect of this sort of weather Do. 1. mVeew
"Ten days more of this warm weather on the peach corp. The only thing ,.
and the destruction will be extensive that can be said as Is aplps t from iIMD E
if not almost complete." said Mr. Mr. Worsham's statement i that it isT AM -Wes w
Worrham when asked about the leaeh Fafe so far and its future will depend I J**
situation yesterday. "So far the buds on the sort of weather it has to con a1 .aM teer jn
are not sufhciently advanced to be af- tend with. If the trees should bloom s
fected by a freese but. of course, now the first frost would mean sa end
every day of this htigh temperature of the 1909 crop.

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4 Pull Quarts ............. .. ............. .. 0
a Pull Quarts ............................. t-

Private StockCorn
4 Full Quarts, asserted...................... pM
SPull Quarts .............................. .&
t Full Quarts .............................. L-
This whiskey hasa o equal for quality, pari
and pries.

4 Full Quarts .. ......................... 0
a Pull Quart ........................... .. L
I1 Pull Quarts ............... ....... .... .
It is pure, mature and mellow.

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bue*c.L]s I t' .C-~ od x~~g.
swap Pro a-. BeC OW kby W K Joim..

wd Ma Its S UILI !ata'of tba: --cc v-

manofOwCfty. J W r;b-vrot &itA -ir,!*
eta& a., uisland Grm .weft anormg tbe
~~ outdtW-a vu.torv to Gam",%' It

of 7.Go* L Tay im of the Ga~ze~lv.3-e
Tmw is a mgPac Orchard Campsay. wU bhmd-
ago ew quanes at ftlaw. wher ie thelm
wa am~ !is located was a I utw to tbhe tt,'

totheaammine 5'L aW. v~a~ue&Jr-. sdre depwty
,p V-emm Pr acF 0 ot b1E KemUeky of Pal5kk is
I OteommofT*VI"vw&Esingthe visitorstothe city Uli).
da the y och- e"rbeft the CCb umWw

.r&A -- a &-a A r... hmAsome .a

of wioer w asame" r. -a n ,,. M
bA owl 7-yr*igI-ay for Charlotesvll. a..
S~ where they win spee a shart whk
Sbore *ireo ding to aoaUr to vista
oIfor a few weeks
f ^ na t0 Lo astyr of MtemMpy was a

S. ru d to her states tt truck as moriUng fr that
c wr tion at a very Lively rate and the
hipm tleat of lettuce is extra beea.
i O -m aofIrt o rt Budded pecan trees of Vandemaa.
il dy a vr i rt 1to er .-
o=. I L Stuart. Cruti. PTacr Schiey Money-
IL Cass e l anker. rntilag fr 3 to feet 12 for
gr. and Mrs J J tRusse $4. I0 for $. f o b here Order at
M- arrived to bigb-tem E K 8toks. Cam;,ve Fla
a t. Misses Hayes and Simpson. two
I I Sy of G gMa who young ladle who have teen vIsitins
the post few weeksI
the p! fe w relatives here for several weeks, v!l
Scimt. Miss di Mat- lea;e today for Green Core 8priags.
n tte cit yesterday en where they will risit friends fo a
short while
~ aiter chairman of the shi whle
Mrs J. D Wilson of Ripley. Ter.n
He state s ta left yesterday for Bartow. where she
weex He rieiathe will join her husband and make that
| re ex- r encin, rather (
are ep eriencin rather place her future home. While here
ft his asecuto thsaso she was the guest of Mr and Mrs.
ma of Waycross. who B. R Colson
Ise* atyforth e r ~ t I Mrs- T B Ellis. 8r. left yesterdaT
hr er fie Mss Kittul, for Waldo. where she will visit her
W lrvisit forAst ibe daughter for a couple of days. She
will be otined today by Meedames
to her ome.. Catie Reddick and Lacy McCarty. who
A uGt and little ch ild are vistUng the family here
M have bee a is itiy. rg I L TiL o. a m.ercat of Trenton.
S ts in this citrdy They- was a visitor to the city yesterday.
M lpa d by Myes Pearl Col He state that the people of his s
ba b Wior s rtion are busy making preparations for
I 8 is her sister sprang planting and that usaiem is
so new advertisement god throughout that section
i Otr. which appear ele-
I tW asv This is a new Cards are out announcing the &p-
ifti s ^ bimrea. bot they roaTlnhar e of Ethel Laurine.
6 Uly business. but tahey only auhtr of Dr. add Mrs. Andrew
Remarkable trade Jolly of Waldo. to Mr W. B. Harvard
f SlMy increasing. They of Uve Oak The event will occur at
A9tin to the livery linne.
S the livery lie the Methodist church on February 2.
L BatsrB et the Arm of Davs
L he Is a thured frof Ten- Mrs. W. B. pulling of Macon. Ga.
It. JN return for the nr- who has been the guest of her sister.
i Vts h went for the pur- N.. ...-- ... ...-...

4 4 W smint a car of horse.
H e their sakes department.
h hbas the prettiest and best
m& ever shipped to the city.
everybody to come and
at what they have.
6%4"'aDad& SuM
. Seart of Waldo was a
IS asetvTUle Friday.
m Nestl and family have re-
6- the city to Spring Park

L C. Doane of Waldo was
i eoashoppers visiting the city

SFr. Jackson of Archer was
. shoppers visiting the city

5&. w sof Altoona. Pla. was'
..iattor to The Sun oftce

i Lymh. the sawmill man of
I P w-as here yesterday on a

L Wat the wood ard man.

Mrs. J M Fiewellen. for several days.
departed yesterday for her home. She
is delighted with this section and
climate and will visit here again next
E Ludwig. wife and little son. Ed-
win. of Tioga. were among the visitorss
to the city yesterday. Mr Ludwig
state that he has a large quantity of
rock mined on his place and they have
had exceedingly favorable weather for
this work for the past few weeks.
Miss Lucy Ford of Lynchburg. Va,
who has been the guest of Miss Irene
McCreary for the last two wet-ks. left
yesterday to visit relatives at Mica-
nopy MMiss Ford made a host of
friends during her ilsit here., all of
% hom hope to see her again at no
di: t.i t day
Tax Collector Dickinson and As-
sespor Colson ha'e returned from HBell
and Wannee. where they hase been
during the prresent week in ref-erii'tc
'. tax matters Tney claini that the
,.*'ilh in the sectin ti .it-t.d hi&e

Ib M N et e Cmtd if Cast After Febkmry 1S1

h & Safford The Gainesville Sun



NU W- A a i LIIAt




Better Values for This Week EVERYTHING REDUCED.
Our New Qarters Are Neting mCaumea wd We W oto
Reduce Or Sktock to the Lowet Point Be WeMo .....


Best Apron Gitghams ............ ?a
12 1-2 and 15 DNui
1.. Drew Ginghans..............
Vie Perues ..................lie
Good Apron Ginghams .... ...... I
1M Cambric Muslin .............lie
k for Curtain Serim worth ....... 8e
Ik yard for White Madrs worth 15c
Ema IbM Tk Tb
o e value ................. ....M
6( ea vale .... ....... .. ....4h
. Value .....................
$1.W value .......... .........
$1.25 value .. ....................
$1.5! value .......... .. .....$io
Buy Ihvw Goods and Silks during
this -aele. Everything reduced. See
the table of Silks at 38 4b upi.

Sheets. Bed SprmadIs.

Napkins. Towel.

-mIn Re |

been meeting t promptly and that
everything shows that the sections
visited are all ia Bourisrtahiam iod

J. M. Shaw of MouteeA a was a
visitor to the city Saturday.
C. W. Wells of Ahtesw a wa a via
itor to GainevilUe Sftarday.
J. Kl eator of R bel was wt-
ing his a mer friend in the city
J A. J. Striakland of Hague was
among the farmers visiting the city
G W. Pendarvis is now nla Jackso-
kilk. w here he wiU spend the next
four weeks.
F. M Ramwey. the trucker of Waca-
hoota. was a business visitor to Gaines-
tille Saturday.
J. L Shaw of Alacha. a prosperous
farmer of that place. was a visitor to
the city yesterday.
Mrs. B. F. Hamptoo left yesterday
for New York City. where she will be
absent for the next few days.
Mass Ethel Waits, a popular young
lady of Hawthorn,. was amonu the
shoppers visiting the city Saturday.
N. W. Coleman of Hawthorn was a
visitor to the city yesterday. He
states that rain is badly needed in his
N. M. Martin of Alachua. one of the
successful planters of that section.
was vnewing his Gainesville acquaint-
ances Saturda.
Wmu Howard of Fairbanks. a farm-,
er of that section. was among the visi-
tors to the city Saturday. He states
that the ieoiple thtre are badly In
need of rain
Miss Ina SBik of Shelby. N. C. who
Is %iltiting Mrs. C A Marks at Waldo.
was a tsitor to Gaines lIlle yesterday.
She was thie guest of the family of
rT it iE.lh, Sr
lDr II M Ti-ion w hoe haI cit) for the I,.-'it twoi> it-ks ibimti
hilm |..l i t.i( a ,i r.cui,, rAtIiII freuIn a
r-, t t a ,*- l lit p|(,f lilt P. re HI Ilii tl l,
i s' i l .' l 1 '' .i t k st r i 1)
Mr, i 'I I k'l to'i aind daugtibt. r
ia. J A rit. I 1.1ft >-.t tl.i foir
I.t, k,- I %it, 1. i 1* ll > % ill in .-, I tih

I II A IiI t h, -I t '(, 1. It t II % i( -. 1
\ 1,.t -h< g* I 11 r L' ti, [, l.l titt i

W' V ('Er ht b retI urtt d fru w
. tliosll Ua res K> where he was

21. Kimono Fa mb....b
lbt hor Dow' hevy Em U*%&. .l
lb for 16-b4Wk Silk e~vw leP"
Zf hr lw3.1W .0000aftsb
M yard hrCeafts &uiag un ls
sh for Bob Mainwwth ...00l0aI
no pok for Ledim'Ran w'& U354b ~

We ca~tn't ovethanI*awww Vl
teun and ujildoom them @ bew
See our value and *me


The beet values in No" .u~wkV
wear over shown in the .hy. IM .
wont* at lees "a cost ~


hather. He was maoml d e a his
wrerar by hib other, who wIN re
man herm.
Mrs. C. M. Waits d chMrs of
Safaord. who lave, be en tdmI n the
city for the past few fy bft yeser-
day for TrMea whir tbey w se-i
s-e Utm with Mrs. Waft' Aboher.
Alonso Colhwf.

o ore btay W. L. Hil. Opera
House Buldinu.
J. W. Wite of Newhberry. vb o
one of the leading buealtes ia of
that fast growth pee. was a t v tor
to Gaiesville yesterday. No states
that business is good and lnprove-
meuts are being made la the place all
the Utme.
A. B. HatcMeld of Momltriu. Ga..
has arrived la the city awd jaied his
I to here. making this city his
home hereafter. He is comected with
the HatchSeld Whbolesale Grocery
.ompany w which will opes up for b~as-
mess within a very abort whlWe.
Mr. a:.d Mrs. Caas. R. ddy of
Orange Heights were among the visit-
ors to Gainestille yesterday. This is
their fBrst i it here in some Uime. ao
Mr. Eddy has recently purchased
lirol'< rt in Jacksonvllle and all of his
-b: ,,,' dealings hase been in that
ca:i t r roii" timne

The Bible Conferee. I
The Galnesville Winter Bible Con-
ference begins at the Tabernacle to-
night at : .30. at which hour Hishop
%torriwon will deliver one of his soul-
-tirriig ewrmtou. The public is 'or
liall' Inited to attend the sesintas
f the t'onf f-reuce. and the) will and
them a relililoius feaet

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