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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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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IAND 3 1 tuingto the standl s of TO TRY
MOB -Aldast i tIN a pla cowatet as
ahew a by aturday's eount:
ftJKml arks 01 D1ra.B e ty...... T42 I S
Vis Derhaealle, city........66
Mm CaWtre H. u"ty......4.9 t -
im k ltorri Strlcklad....... 1. 1S
Kis M. Daurwy. eMy ......l55 I5
A" Ans MaryMie amtlk r... T110
V K dsate b sem. hiMs Alm hmWel, ety....... I4.604 ea m I_. l.--Hrd-
we" Ow Seemu m m IM Julia Cwter. dty........ 44 6 ly abed ijry ben eslad- ye
Silt; Ulm 1 "*n* h A. Grof Nwborry...... V.9410 tortayd tIs owo ...". Ca DW
I4140~ "fm *ti Ma, n Mabel Sac hes, t.... .7e0 m s. Coer. J. Cow an
kigw e -m- s as* ^ JohnJessi De s ity....... D. Shpe the Stat Wv-
St Miks A.e revla. W.a...... 22.1806 Oedotac t seek to a1ai
do -W o w 0 Ki l rte lt B ML City ........ 21.679 deplete t e b This -ee at 1
SM ........ ow a... & w earle e day. Near t
ulhmtt M lm Ele.s Sat, Wat d ,.....11.4N t30 sosn had bon e-led w..eut .
.- UaM e L m. L Ware High n .... 10,845e the twelfth 11 er whe se W
at 5,t8s e5 1app AB M etr a"g sted both ades as-
Miis h. .a.oort, tW..... IH eepted William Hews, a German farm
M" a B...... ..... ..... -- "e-- rt oet
.rK-m e Dowh ThAspn s.t .... ..e2.7ye dwu,.
Pl We wast -- M. .WP wa eWr ......3 hedUWRto W e ee1e r w
rA__A ,Wh b he wasaer t-NW W. largest 3.1. 1 a 1 _ert to be sw-rs. Thei It was
W h1 I. Ser. I toM Ml....%1.0 that Atmowery4esmMl MeOuE1 1mer-
Ii me ,y Ahi ghtam ........... Lm POs. H.said behhad ,lurstio
~go Os igm Theb S.. weuld he psed to halv teud" to show that two ofthe mem,
e W eme=* d the @ me" s w tothe box were taeompetet.
p--.- P pshs ,rnp ,s the', m a This ormateo, he ephaled we
H y Me t-e pearf te oru sas Before. Hbe aed
rdI pm W eat Sattrday morulag to praode the
Wi. r aIf* ee, such proof eximand.
sowIs ajuge Hart e mseuted to the delay
MR=00the ease wilb he veainedO ths
muAVA*bw1r Mormas. Judgi Naft mukd Fri
oe t a mtshe r. idart l's M ath a Jry eM maed ame2 lmTer
.S Lo aat ul tWo iie a. A. eEoa tratr to pom p,-
ate M .d i, Awhb had met read a aSOewah'r W
e a1 dowale tssea was read. andtweeYo% .ndbutas
Seds made da h remrki. Amalernsed by the defne. A. 0. Bar-
e hoe O A as* m the om Wa o artras to Aom mtem
M -n i sm O Bs wsarane WM
ams.m Id oa 'oLi t ome af e
m elaw eems to gdester. I 11..

wawed bo whr the wheb I L)I"IK
"A stdeam Oe am Wwoers-
imers hr the aka sMe oerst to
SMo% w W id fi re hel vt WWem. e h dray.
-ggo 1 ,sVemft eamutd toe e ltmm a
8* 8 tso eeside w i mds.ksdlbe be lred.
I4 he em ea ,he gab~ i 4flyyaj4 SAVANNAH. Go.. Feb 13-Thi Sea
to od e sO isaW efs Island market was kirly asWe, Oad
t Mr.iC5O='N A ti'ea b toti str the p oplt t the p t week r all rades,
th e aa- 4A- trs WhoOpt extra chole.s wh grade ap0 B
1W I% eaIsek Hen*e j Of -& os e *n tr peard to be sotsd. Although
) e=m0 ad a pgimed my ahw I 1 ~der rw t--s e ho-l- g e----- was added to the
aM 1 a, for wb be has oty was Mr. V-amk Chapman's IeerftsImwpto sel thef si a 1the 4
--11 6 t(ML is last winter; a Iteure as a milaad was sudlet to take p every.
1i MlhLti M treat a we be f gives ade there eVisas rth o th sr s rqmt, a
Meb in UIW?.) ethe aiends A etbn Socisetys em large. ales we. e made for the' a.
to &M bas aelle" orsem -bIrnr 26U m 'l. the .oAat sage a r. Pes lmame w abt hmebang
Wft Sb Ia emb the plase mwet of the High School and the Uei, o.. but 40a9l&9 0 a redjusead for1
SMbo". smeag. erety n o. Dr. Job oCw hoie at below. whbib grade we
l. sI 9L d ensmae have hs aetuest. comeUt highly recomi espeial tequeat The market *"lo
i o l m-odI r It p ina@to&"d His la. ns ter. 11e Ila& ed aiet. ut arm. with sm el spos-
I -fts *4 to w I at ag bird lie are m-a d o the a -tieo to as higher prices.
I a Mbs t maker t em ely Se. More detailed latnrm- Sales for the wweek were 3.*641 bales.
i Aliom MW Mrsmlil. tio will t be givem later. Every lover 65ed1 me mrMl wekt. tas of the Chautamqua. which will
I hut Ms memory aU rI.tarr'M health Ufores him to take R b e By
I the. had to est their little e Taseday for the southern part of
juga byfreightew ) -the Stats', and may extend his prli' to IJAYTO\A I'b 13-Saw (ane

ma, inmbs of old cities ad the Iactut t* daiueat a ar.Aiat.* ano atO. t
setitlers will try it agia meat -t oia, atoq dr1 .1 tw* ,..T,. '.kiag ath

e l r 5. ( wu mths t sees m at tie
lb "aMd timer" made failures in 1876,
i Ia te Mam u aNy of our truck grow-
W Mom e towhave to coated with.
.) JSdge J. T. Maghee. editor of The
t oo" m uardi. was i our saetem
e61 Meay O kut. (Jdge Maght vuwas
to peSMa manb. buat a larsed Juitat.
mUS- Me release d himself fro ea ety
* e B" ft writ of habeas arpi lsamed
r by anrd mratwaaboe to himeelf. claiming
PtW 9at a drit ma dge we a Jade.
ide whether to ir out of prisam The
is a tSvel br Tamp a i thMse days wuas
tmoaol tor atmetr to Cear Key.
ile NWad hrM O Wo ami otll.
IM IOW M ahoetbse m- e t of.

0 two we

Will Agan1 Tk 4,Ch1rl5.
Proft H. Ills. irluciaaiil of the
Alachua Illihb School. whlo & i
badly lujuredd b) a kickiias iaiul two
weeks sluae*. has a ufflcleutly receuer
ed to be out agalu anid was a lisitor
to (Jaiuville liaturda)y i.** ta.trh
that while he ha, not fully recto.)e.d
he feilK'tvs toI rrveunie- *Ulper% Irlii td
the sbhuUo at Alachua Mouday. but
will uot uudertake to teach fur the
nest fri da)y
FPferal Largely Attended.
Irm anday's Dar Skam:
The humeal serves of the Uitt
twoeywer d sm of Dr. sd MS. .I
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paper reading Is an udmlMsor
md who Is a se frd ao Jmo
Marpe. mext qualtSed. -The @a%
ceud him.
J. H. LAyd. who quali ed. m,
Illervd what h maw in a
hbeam e ease b re la InM m
certala grooer sold thirty pasub
sugar for a dollar. When he eft
get the sugar the grocer toM tia
was a mistake. Since them he
he did mot believe anything t 3
"'durnd papers." The deemse
Od hi.
rayk haired. gray whiskeret,
taee deeply lined. but erect and
@fl. J. T. Horn, aged 6, o ae
rest's famosb hard-riding ea
qualid as a talesman. He h Wd
red the paper but bad forma
Col. Deauea B. Cooper, oe m
defendant, was one of PorF es
Seers, too, hut It spite of this
State accepted Horn as a jerar.
fact evidently around the suM
of the defense for a teeI hy
foewM. Then to the surprim of
erye. tey chaliugmed himn l:
ItR was ate vwe tah twvufth N
ews, was mpte and tbhe -
General. which esead an early


live and Firm

The eUowInag prlem wer based
enters' n4tatuoMs and are revIM
e Mkly a Pridays:
Pany PtVridMs............19 *Ui
y Georw as ............t19 O@
. ete id P'a's..........17 @O
ft. etAelce 's............1 T O
Chele Ga's. and Phi's.... .16
B. te Oa's. ald Fa's ....14
* CGa'. and Ina's........12%
Com. Gas. ad wP's.......1 U11
CHARJLMTON. 8. C.. Feb. 13.-4S
land market uet; bee. SOc; feit
fte. l2e; extra I 3k. RCei M
156; exports. 541; sales,. 00; stock.

office Was


the lock, opened the door and h< lped
thtmce*teh to the cash box and
staalls. The eumptly cahl I)x' WM
found yesterday ujurning bylS Mr I lu"1.
Mr. In anl empty barrel back ,-f I uun

entire C00vlteim, In curretnaa' miltd ltr.,ttuer..' i'tore Tia'rlt- r bt
btawlps Aisi- efrut ow stU.. at4..I- l. 1ele a %az i
1+40i 2 at,. aiadt. b% Mei Oill ube.4 l O t ilt. e f ut*'-1luIii, lirukeAll-ii it't't Of oa I.
drill. tilt.% I-t -t a' it a laig eiia urb.*d. aiid %htt~li flr-t ist ractA d Ni r I ~' 't'-
teet~amr~s a *% *r) -*' lieaa(itofthe girt. tv1,1*1i, an;d direett-l himilawairch
feasluaaa! Iii the. IIIh,,.-iof 5Wk The l41a zamaiater 9tuth dtwb nat -0P"Ol
doors &tuilt uliados %(ere r.lo-ktdsliad Aija.uaat of [luIat-) miad ll~awvII -t-0111
isdataditiato, d1sand when (tarl..a M. %It- tuit u. but be ackimauledgsi lA 1ist t
minamg la, lm i-ia 1 hu olice arrilled it anoutat %&a coaaiderahbv W t
eas autuie.few wuaautes before e. dia-lightbtbu:,,l~g within tht. office
co)vered the rubtwry. theInlaial 1xmataas a SacruI) l,,r
The. robbers bad owildeutly galuigd %Lebtalawind the daaiser of dvtr.(tap
entrance lutot 0he o half4mh 5%as not 1greas ,.ioug', to dit' ttIfil""
bit bored through thilmsafe iwur to Ipruf,,, loaa Ia
cemeter y a of eemseeme- smaw e410 thaW inS imply ~
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-7; ftsftsa" laws to

aomelve Whmar

r at bv-dwof pousap
~or ab se1 of seandow

4" veto" do"wmby a feel-
0 oom wa"d togue. Neg9ec
mad thee Is danse of

~ Win sm or diaetes

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Mrs ft o ltbb-
dvbe tat o mobLnd= I
4 as bh s m April OWh
Pmobt Oso ads 49oft ha iad
-oomw .iehsseudiNo-
-~b awmd Suebw der asmad
L J *Very rW'"0Psinauy 6,I' 'W

sbUl**nYes Pa a fs o oa eRo
m w b omet br ad moth-
nf ao wsw m as ods every
dt era y abyw? A tbhey
wd w it teo mastesW i. Cbhnes
we Om M Is Afrving-worms amw
sm a bn t if ed. Most children
am -ss* M ts W's
M, Veulus wigut rid of the
wm ad s.reagtbhe the chUM. Price
adpw beWle SoMdby W.UM.
ma r.Sdmw

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NMeeo of Desatam of Partnrh ip.
Nott o hereby gives that the arm
t a 0. Gay a Company. composed of
L 0. Gtay ad Prry M.. Coa. ham
tis day beeoas diseved by mutual co.
CeOt (simad.)
S. 0. OAY.
UMlawpy. il, Nex 14. lOm.

Per That Terr btsl Ithig.
IMmaa. better ad altk rheum keep
tmir victim In perpetual tormeat.
Thet a a of Chamberlana's
Salv we ~mt ly shay th IUchgebu.

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wm per Pm Part of at essg"s@"
murvey While AbeaMt em
Oe Prmeset T w

ftmo rrar*as Dally an:
Capt. N. H. Coze and party. cor-
slating of gthteen of the University
of Flori students. left Tha rday at-
toerseo fer Micanopy and section.
where they go to complete the direct
M frrom tis city to Ocas of the
hard rend commeeta g the two places.
Thee i still a small strip of this
mw useto that has not been surveyed.
ad wilae the boys re in this see-
Otm they wiN p eorer ts work.
mwhd wl better emalie them In
mawtering their ivil eaginesering is
Whlke abeme tthey w leompomse a
pmt f the sate Geo oatlesl Srve
ada Mwial be ther rty o lok after
me& of the work o the Interest of
the State. They wll be required to
prepare maps and semure data on
reed mmerl al&ng the section they
wIo travel for the nuet two days.
They expect to wind up their de-
tiMe a tids section by Saturday after-
noes. and will return to the city next
Sunday morale.
This to proetby the sreot propo-
ditim they have yet bee put up
agmlmt, bt under thw able super-
volm of Capt. Cose they will come
ot all rlgt.

"The Vankee sirumri "

That Manager KaIIAkd made so
mstale ia seerlag the Lyamn Twins
attraetoes tsr aslasevlle was proves
It *msgt, whbm tho presentatio of
*The anbee nrummes" was witmes-
ed b6 ou oft the IOarest sdlemese of
the mmn at The Bard Theatre.
"The Yamkee Drummers" abounds
In remedy of the mest pleasns char-
astor. and the Lyam TwIt brothers
proed al that had boee espoeted.
TWe i -dst m wa bautifuily stag-
ed; the smery n ew, estames pretty,
mule sweet and sapl,. the eborau
above the avrmge. the danein clov-
w. and the ere v gram was ree-
dered i a mannr that made o ne
s5 that it was sd to be tbere.

Hd mei.s y. B probably mused by
m Inacve Ever. A bad liver make
me Gre sd urramhu causes mesaj
and phystal depreaslor aad may re-
aM dsaeusaly. Baord'es Herbiame
is sabeewleiied to be tm perfetliver
regaister. It you're bale ad out of
se get a battle today. A positive
m l loer Msmes he&adache..mat
ta, cah asad sver and sall ver
bemplmmebs. biM by W. K. Jehmes.

Marshal Armew Sues Geed Wo** .

in r eoverang a bhadaome diamond
rtin whic bad bess stoles the *rat
of the week fr Mrs. J. P. Hill. Hle
at oseas aspected a little negro gtrl
by theo ami of Nanalo. after baving
boee told of th ciresustanoa. and
after worklag on her for several days
and threoaltsni ber with 1n-
prusosme{t she owned up to the
theft and delivered the property to the
Raemu Etharud.

Because meats are so tasty they are
consumed In great excess. This leads
to stomach troubles. bllousness and
cwtiotl|ation Review your diet. let
reason atud not a iammaerred apwetlte
control. then take a few dosms of
t'haniberlalu'i altouach and l.her
Tablets aud )uu aill .xan bIe well
again. Try It Fur "alt at all drug
gats'. dSaimpl* fre'
Eternal Fia;n a.
"I ,.e za rr irat Lutx Labout u tI
dl i ls &uit l t o buj a title aud bav e a
cOSat 4f i rill "
"HlluS h. dalldetl on al) Iblig?"
"I tbluk he is consiklering twu slap
eticksa rummtd uver a iaer lpbo --*-
PittaLurs Pust

roley's Orino laatUtve cure consti-
.l.tinu aind livrr trouble and lakes
tae bowele healthy and regular Oripo
is superur to pills and tablets as It
does not fripe or nausoate. Why take
anything *lse? J. W. McCollum & Co.
&V 4WsrA" bbftg 1aulto


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The Gain ille National Bad

Co-d2-z frmB Rqrt to the Cnpreller at the
Cmo f Busins riday, Feb. 5th, 1909

laImn aid Discounts ...... .. ........$320,40983
Overdraft ............................000*00 0*0*0 292 5
Building and Fixtures ................ 39,732 3
United states Bonds and Premiums...... 170,976 96
County Bonds and Warrants............ 19,480 00
Caubh and Sight Exchange .............. 103,644 53

Total ........... ............... w4.M 5


0***.* *0*

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.... S... *
00* *** S
* ... .
0*** *SO@0

Capital Stock. ..............
Surplus and Undivided Profits
Circulating Notes Outstanding
Bonds Borrowed ...........
Rediscounts ............
United States Deposits.. ....
Individual and Bank Deposits

.$100,000 00
. 17,938 09
S97,600 00
. 29,000 00
. 31,45000
. 40,000 00
* 338,548 43

Total........................... 56m4.5m t
1, C. A. FailWotha, OasMber of tde above-amaed hank, do ma
wear that the aboee mta sa tIe tmto the but of my knowkdap al
beli. C. A. FAUIAjLUTH, Cshier
StmribMbd ad W om to alnme" this th 9th day of February, il.
W. H. AN IghN, Jr., Notary PubHc.
Cowe-AtMt: M. DePm, W. R. Stocket, T. W. Shandl, Dimcton.

Tiis CouPoN WILL No(r BE GooD Arrra FEB. 21, 1909

Bus% & Sfford The Gainesville Sun


Tthi (oipua.l y ,. cast at TIw Sun ttiv.. ,r .t of ti e -td'r "
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a ar TO A With a Lam BaEck?
IN PALeR CAR 0.. IN* ma m OS IL
S--- A nte r- -It kuaoweof Dr. Kiter's --
W.tiISTS IN YEAR 1910. museof is remk HERE LAST MONTH.

VOW, ito xf ** lime ver, ble e t Smm ill for eoys.
slad every part of these
TORK, Feb. .-Wb Y the aml to s iS r r Da ly :
t etoem of t"he elor a eSeag aIs WS.ue9= J, dge Wills of this cireit has
natway. work -n whti n ar bordmes hst mp Bdered his decime denying Twad
Supldly. g t of g to 5 t oeeN a td W. A. Beleyr bael l- the
soE B pas" tormises at se day ngotsupth mighy ft case against them cnharad wth te
Sr M. lte u.~~~,sowsot 7 mmM, for murder of W. H. Merelad.
n r tosable to ferrying otbt it h lmy, Throh the et orts of the attorneys
amRt e Wesatetno e H aa .trs ,i& of es m two youw m, the judge was
N b" Ke Wet to Haente r Gepr v ee a pntdAN reuired to hol a special essaon.
i g V tow YTork or CMagoM and upo ne bhs n a de by hica n hs doemtson as to whether it was a
a9 @up of an Cuab asal.tof this poper, hW h ave aftat. balab le
^IsPlannedtop h av e but" run n 1 baifablee bo case.L*very effrt Possible
Sp9aseeda to have tras raul y l ao a a was put erth by the de ts'a at-
e Key West ain time or Mr. mere about aR s b, hm ww to tarmers to secure their release o ba l.
sto ride over the aine o Mhis -DH By the above deiemson it wi be
uthday t January. 1s10. If .noe that there Is Wspsbeo tM chance
ry tIkes the trains across theM O ditisagaeseas of getting the yn gm out uto
@afts to Havana from Keys ear in tM and they stead trial, wikh will ome up
8 its stimtd that the time be* t at the next term of cot to emaveme
New York and the capital of .y. Insa May.
w island repunbl will be fifty d e ad e
At present the time between anl drmo l. Don't mak any e ltm NeMy by 0Sigo Clhabrt s
weg dtieo vte < O alt btm i Immb antheama, 1Sw at,
Dr ..lnes aW% -.iet ad e d-*u Remedy.
W WBs Key dck Is ift y-two -.q.e T .. m* To Y will pay Jst as meeh for a
I = minutes. bottle of Chamberlain's Can Remo.
A CeMty Underteklng. camps at Dewk Key, at both ends of dy as for amy of the other cough m -
P' to the road yet to be com- Bahla Houda and at the Span lh har- claes, but you save money ia ia
between Knight's Key dock bor keys. Between the Spanish ha- it. The artoavi ta what you get, ota
Koy West will east more per mile bor and PIoe Key the dredges have what you pay. The earU-toeuryom
ay railroad hetofore built. about completed a Ll.-foot fill out quality is In every bottle of this reme-
eager than any yet used O to the channel, across which a trestle dy, and you get good results when
i e aroadi rounni as It will be built. LoAm Key is now head- you take it Neglected colds often de-
tr many miles over the water. quarters for the tourists who so that velop serious eaditias, a wA b
'l be required. From Knight's Key far South to see the extension work. you buy eough medicine you want
to Key West the distance i The Improvements there are nearing to be aure you are gettlang e that
4pwe miles. For twenty-five miles completion and the entire force short- wll care yoar cold. Chamlerladn's
We distance a great part of the ly Will be moved southward. Coach Remedy always mwa. Price
k has been partially completed. ety miles of water lie between and o eants a bottle. Fr sale by
@bo heads of the gap sad on the Key West sad Havana, but afterw a- ai druggist.
Between work is going forward lng the mainland at the southern ex-
at vigor. In addition to the tremity of Florida trains will ra over Or. Huadley Here.
Somber of men already at work the water O long ccr e viaduct ,, 1 D ally sm.
S e amps sing the une. tboaands bridges stretching from key to ke Rev. W. T. Huadley of Batemsbrg. S.
4IMerors are being rushed South by for an even grter distance to Key C.. arrived In the efty yesterday ad
b It and boat n order to complete West will nped the aet two weeks renew-
Seasdmslom during the present year. ing his ma a acquaitaness who am
To Spig Up.Many ep less Owng to played to moe t him. r. Hundley
S T a SpriinBPe Up. PerseetoM CAIgh-4Reltlf rend was for a amber of years patr of
e p up rapidly o the Baptist ch h ty, ad
-Ihmnin whih th term t "rc several winters past my wife It was through his utrUfg eobts Uh
of th f aextulion have beeo teao- hs been troubled with a most persist. t Ipeent hadmsome ed1i was
$NI i wateod. Now bmilies aneet i n d rfble Mouh, wcu h In-. erected. He haa ktndly eonented to
' miLu there each week. It is the variably extended over a period of sev.- I the Pulpit thm" a neat 9MadJy,
i iaart of the o truco and Ora weeksaWCausedhermany seop- When e wil be greeted witha lu
a lasrt L alnghts," writes Will J. Hayner. e sauwgateo.
wsh ea--truCtiol work has bees dl- editor O The Burley (Col.) Bulletin.
We up into sections an the eni "Vt ousremedies were tried seeh .tr.m
mer t ois said, ar trying to outdo year, with no benefcial eslts, The above is the same of a Oerman
n oh ether lan aaeomplishI results. November last the cough again put In chemical whlb is eoe of the many
iroat section at Knlght's Key s an appearance sad my wife, acting e m valua Ingredientsa of lPeley Kidney
Slder way. The second and third see- the uggesti of a riend, purchad Remedy. IsamItylataCraml s
Ihl wittb headquarters at Pigxo a bottle of Chamberlain's Cougb Rem- rseaaseda by the medical teat book
o a. Me pushing the work on each side dy. The result was, indeed, marvel- and authorities as a rte aed solvent
of thte island. one In one direction, ous. After three doe the enough en- and antieptic for the urtie. Take
Se other In the opposite. There are tirely disappeared and has not m Foley's Kidney REmEdy as soon as
fasted Itself Since." This remedy is you notice any irregularities, ad
for sale by all druggists. avoid a serious malady. J. W. McCol-
ShuA Co.
N ** EU E'u 31 f^Benemt Of Public Library.
f || L For this worthy cause a musical and FPer City MarshaL.
1U E I 11art social will be given at the home To the Voters of the City of Galaes
o C W o Mr. and Mrs. W M. Dale. East vtile:
_--_ Main street, north, on Monday even- ; am a '-ndldate for City Marshal,
Ing, the lIth Inst.. from 8 to 10 o'clock, for reelection on April 13. I have
F Admission only 25 cents. which will served the people faithfully and oU-
fff Include refreshments. The public cor- clently, night and day, ad my record
dially invited to be prescot. is open for inspection.
Sh If my service dartag the past year
0Wor Oyt. -as been -**teOfctor I ask the sp-
Shoes.. port and vote of each and every ett

That's the way you feel about th -
lungs when you have a backing cough. m who is qualmi e. I can only
It's foolishness to let It go on andpromise the same service as I ave
trust to luck to get over It. when Bal- vord to give in the pg
Hard's Horehound Syrup will stop the us for order.
Harness cough and heal the lung.. Price 25c. BEN t ARNOW.
60c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by W.
Jhou I take this method of informing the
Softel, lPretrves a i Jo- public that I am a randMhate for City
tprofs Slhoc, Hariiess A Huge Turnip. Marshal at the election to be held on
and aJI other leatlitr goods. w J ,,. ,, .,,t,.ttm a %NIn April 13, 1904. 1 respectfully solicit
the c Tnd all otht Tr lathr goo Turd. a d as the support of all voters. Irrespective
hc (all at TUin .i v .ren hisof party affiliation, and promise to
I ow t "L tliti II." i.Oll KIIIr l a bllu a faithfully and impartially discharge
1lama.umoth .aru..l(h t ,lurloi. liclthe duties of the of1ce should I be
Least THREE iNm i.,n, ,I ,.lilt .irtiia, d'i" elected Respectfully.
I,. la- t llt hc anll. t ui at l u" i ('I1A8 C. WARKEN
L--111 th1 gtla ll ,
I respectfully announce myself a
Huarl..t- keepm pliaill, for- ,,,. ,,,' ar a, I, th ar candidate or the umce of City Mar-
ever if atuirate.l witli \l'I ,,.. t i. irr,., II. I th. Ishalt to Lm % ted fur at the electi u,
S 1if Miw.d H (1 r[1 ,,,o 1n '1 t hI rrt. o t o o April 13 1409. It elected I will
CM .. N4011 if You I'i).'ti14A y,,.r J f ,-, 4, tu, olice without fear uor favor. I rt-
-',, Ia .cith d acl .6-,Ai asth iti d the spe'tfully solihit the votes of all. Ir
l.-.ltljdij fw i hA thn tm.sate li- rHe pcUti -of aty ailatlo.
A E C fus.t 0but tI."" u>a"t' t lli the Yel CHAS. M. DELL
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as nsoa=^ am"Vos ak es.Ter mar 7 ss T .1 *tea he- Pi m e m po d.a opd the a,

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---B a smobfauwe io"d dr tte9s semm 1M Unow ever htslpt1 td oar m uo werp A rr .
be N Fob" aBt4 1W ome ah en w in pe walt s sw tdeay il V.7Opmgt* *t*o safse
S M r pm timhaGeM t9 edo1b leans u 1a ithelsm thw l Giat s Ip dllm, ektoLft%

bo aM.2o alme senhem as u d W. es at wemso wt al as U aot-om ls o, o v, olldI
whae"hess ieyas Isega to Hs h1sa wpPeofd bin"a a A.e a. rt Ma
I tei t m d t emri etsb t atm ta" terCiys] t=o ow w ld b theld tOh1 0t.
n9T h i is -dWbug ~en aWhie a at@k e b tomohe er vrl toer e bb opoSe or t Pao i1 n
pmal to have Is Otl a wi heas hmi laa d11 tine Wls t o a Uo of thelbo asIt 1cithse i =s atW

ILT. ~L. ia Omuvile boy wio aeSm ob al o o attrctinO ai ads t edsto e dre
b"ed meIrm e osl t ole wse ted her e.a" O m o o o f
awsifth sa mt mad m enjoyt an exeo. HO as akeedy seted a r pwt"
.Ismust"se tha t t v s t. of hl1, matrNiadl honaoae the shPow ads theLo o
Tifs a m bthe xase tr m met* o at he .br e heam : Soot wir thi a .-Worthyise wasse 0
S Mr smbir ctc aK a errrvdl the ay H th 6me" hd 1dillo f r. T Mrs W. . i,, I.. A. wiIM "e ie d ime W etis n amts me y u im er.a s to t i a to aredm a t a b st reet north a wi s we

1 0 0 % WT.ol.NLle a s wt hlsi e A u r p sew y ea r s i s Ae p a s o aSt w t o dhe rat e freshm e t s. 1 % 13
L A. U'001,OWmstm b ee. whe i 1 t0t mee0ted dny Invited to be preot
1.. JR .. aw.a ams% hi psakeetheoposing thae t he aIsoation of aLm te i s thepay
1 m, me w. a sss fal s tw f c Ted u mas thwt t y mUN he V rpe .b r b time ldrNk s tSt Hirm#sef IP
noer"N l sd teo nr wtth Ja re i er C "Jake. a emo boy
to hIs01000mI S qto a nme e o -f Judge yt eIt. Carter Ieineb
m sin. besides ssvlmg memotSude ain th Noely Coeplset voal ye. ltoda shots h ta
neiulesees.. D. aedIn"n mmy tht mayevMdo Reme tes-m : last with a .22-rioe whiho
L..* W. a'. %hb"~ .r at eAn0 o ay KIL psey. who ms a CMtr" the gn. Tlhe re ort&g g
e. eILAW V-W. L O.. A. Wore M eds. at Areber, arrived haums aturdayf ot eltlo that It was
W.gemp-4. W. S i ohls. the purpose of spea dag. Sntdaf wt h Wa tt
aV ihi s&t~. e eteid t so that i e ta Ise nr W
~t m b met t es- e mn~010110pu mte Mo th anIe e as t be oiildiog
..- -o80 sw o "ed ther a ly two weoso .ied ..A
46. 1ndheoLdg n lin, n ebto rmWhOqk a wds e at C. Wood nmd asn,-.ans
Jo" No......... w lytotfam othwe eudi be tam empiso th job he has other
caas se t fuitoa1 the Sualtarsm Mehs s5toc that Will requfte hbbs at.
--, s nd W & erwel d o esn at op e r &t, a d, la asay e sesdohCit A ll
_st,. ..10 A llWW. am o e ear iM t o h ,bornowo h atOWoL
MEOU m .te m-taI f, trweht ur sed t oUltJies waoma vis to he ecita d Fr ia .
r s mls wh eth Wde ttos is d eveoi ngo He seat.. that it Is very dry th hi
hasd t iloImmto rl o v ti emred sed t rn se hal ater of ort om bee foer
pwas brou ht to the Sanitarius very his stocko as all of the poBds have
o e et w e Is tntonvaeels Coldl hOsto eighbrahoo H ae s oid gto eo
oad w e roiller rt rhom e d a few dayd ui a d re.t e lof Ui e wear

I1 _- --s--osa-l Joe.. is weth poba 100.00. aa ,s., owing to the serious Illness of all the evidence and that he would

the rg me Me is a -eo type of physical man- uask for a special term to be called.
NoeUMMS wft e he ad, besaig sabt la feet two Inche Dr. Gr R. Holdea. a pronent -
.rt WMi t Ibelt, and wei hlnl about 240 sureots of JacksoMvUle. was a visitor oes B0 me,
SMlWy wtm pesu HIs eomposue rand bearing to h SaIM rtsam Sunidai J B y Ust
I tB Zr as H i m ponretrel ws te T. A. Heatwole of Dayton. Va., has nV mas Daft Swm:
ken tonroa we. t ro th ier al sam oeo" ., L. J. Burkllm will leave for the
11F A MPM o te Iomarvels of thee who saw mo t m ved and will remain under treat- Eastern markets today to purchase
p M bat he early nila whor the wmet at the sanitarium r a month his spring and summer line of cloth.
1too S e14 p8 8 V erMiit dwas annom and to aa old Ga mo evllan. He will visit the prinelpal mar-
beM bo quie 1. Dr Gt o y, a o aine kets and will brain the latest he ctan
boy. and now one of the prominent und fur the utel dreweMd people of
F N young physicians of Jacksonvillie. was flud for the %ell dryed people of
a visitor to the Sanitarlum a fe*w days the city.
F4^^^^^ I E since. r Dray is the sou uf lion H. Ths s a
i mlKA mavere purw. TheIy 1 Day, so lil and fatorably known 0 ye*ll
S*- *,by all our cities o Xus These seed are *
T-- h. r -b^ *- y al uur f """ .to come up, so
a "do Pfd1 1)ooL thre times the No"' We will meet the tax-payers at the O CO e Up k
is" swish#& prime, &&f will be ap- following Places on the dates set op run any sk d
e-- CHINA "' ," """ +'" "*t. + any risk and '
Take notice that I vU te Bfrt posited:
lim to n te peocialed actxmdiagly by ThurvdAy of May, A. &W or as Mitcqnopy Feb l5th and 16th am OI In
of- u M a r the m5cipiot. A mst cn ther.afi.r a, I may be ard. a- Evinstn eb ith, p from US
Iply fur a pardon for WUI Thaim%, hohb lake View Feb 17th.
Iago sy lo iF. variety to make your a as couuictled at the r@ag term of la lud Uruwe-FVeb ltbib.
thf t 'he 'rcuit Court for Alacha couutly Walu-eb 2tud.
We Mdwi a | FT e .i.,F.rT Lea is P~iurida. of rape An>)ue doeslrin ama Arroumndo--Ieb s4th.
htel o p 4-Nl a-o f w hagg then t boeh.ard on the merits of the av airtbanks--reb. 23rd .lw V
plkcattoe. Yours for the bet servi e.

S.uhOLESe S N so -- h .. Ww
GAIMY nuso Ies a fr the s. sa m q&Moyewa, ixAM .

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Askof GaurOss Of March &3

T one.s
N Mofteday ao Th ly re
l eWi na. _- this I
Ta a
MAY, wter and OWgr. elect
Y- *e ~ taheat

Twjeomweektm s I1 a year; given
s.; gime eptl, I&. him
agg 110i10 l 1. istle
gs imes 15 eais s a O eats a
I mt lamen d t emts or eOeh 6Sew

I te. 1101r801

S t Ueaur e lr thee ery M

-mo -wits at pedal rates. a
mul i mUwe e**re ogesme

|l i v ut. o thleer

Ui m ae pao a epIaln

I h8h-e at T he au d sfice. Tie deer to *t(
; r Jot c-'t sleep untU they semsr
S will ave h hand) ea
Seurabab-ayeaw LIS him G

amd flitr and the lkely
m he Att (Ga.)

tto dr l.airs thert Saimmy o Mr.T

I IIne S" m editor
meenotionsto ateendampesto bd

pre tttet o o te
dklbis ebe a t the lte colthe pn
soe Trh Ad eta Coerntuoupt. or urTe

hm e M to s ave the alt of He w

EI ah ead peItt h fully developed. r ee
0 ~p thes contie to atte d the for h

heoJ tihe bwt sites ep aute to ny wo

Sill have BO erup fao thl
b to be hoped that ir the lat cold en a

TTa wiod Llalature will be h CO
d to poets bill rethatqu the each cl
toM thawIng at. tan IM

Sthe a htly qto provide ovuaeran- th de
i i at The San poJie. Thle dear to sero
008 iaAa just cant sleep ntil they er

Sg eW ofr who will are they are at." w e eo

o~n M s admhow to lift yourself by hoe ey
I sm jicial temperament totpIs

2 bgtmapem. latter

e p t ohat we shallrn o the wole i

AftIaiI populrety of the South rami&
Itaof Mr. Roosevelut t will be ty tho"

' Hers te veter of th e leading edu-of the
7 O, sad ogceousahly asesmic .homa

t laes do the te and mrth ke belt, t
St hAt caotaen profestition. or am
S earty wems to have the artco onf He w
Sr this o ssion eit has done little who o h
Smaembero will have or e the n

vo drawing their salart him fo n t

Sdenr its own deposits. This solves rdo
NinnoSr and how to lift yourself by who b
3W boot-straps. Senate


0ovWnor Haskell of Oklahoma, who
*i been Indicted for conspiracy to de-
Iand the Government of Indian lands.
*I he is glad that the whole matter
I to be fought out in oipen court
A everybody else seems to feel bthe
2" way it is obvious that Mlr Hian
el and the rest of the Unite-d Stater,
S for the first time inu a state of un-
bokeu harmony.

5b c uie MiatelndigiK r. t .nt ex'-cu
thns by the itullotu- t .tu rai.nct-. ha'.
ben a painful reminludur fit thhe ItliKi
0f Terror li that country ) The tOl
bg Of ribald muui, gsiceful dant i~. and
8i6utUa i And other acIt indicate thnt
SO ld WtAs *iusa are stl.' diatin 1 Th,
toCeut *\ Ic:.ies stll probal*^ <*
the treoch ob ernma.ut Ito
so ias future al execuUtion 'e


tor Williamson. of The JackMon
florldtan. is of the opinion that
Ir Stockton will be a candidate
he United States Senate next
against Senator Tallaferro.
bough there Is no positive an-
eoment on the subject from any-
utheorled to speak. It is general-
ognised that Mr. Taliaferro will
for reelection. Many people In
&ate are of the opinion that Mr.
erre has earned another re-
om and that he to one of the most
atial and effective workers that
tate ever had n Washington. As
mtee Semator." he haba not been
to many words or to parading
StoI pr"tt as do so many of the
I lawmaker s but be has been
it worker, ever keen to the toteor-
of his coas teatas and he has
*ated practical idea to the
* of his people rather than low.
a tow the pages of The Co-
that as it may. there I little
that someo will have the
ity to enter the Ot against Mr.
error. It has been all aloIg the
ally etertained idea that former
r Broward would be the rep-
tatlive atof the oppositioea-4f there
r organIsed or substantial oppo-
In the ease-bt ladlcations now
hat the former Governor has
gh" tor awhile amd will devote
e ad attention to other than
al matters. He o I doubtless
Ut to reston the harMeterlaeio-
Shim by the writer ino very-
a Magaslco-"Twm Deck4-Had
vernor"-wthouat spoiling that
sr tory by a probably man- e-
tempt to step even higher..
oeverruas for the Seaste ad st
Paaferro ay expect to experi-
a most otreaBous campaign. for
people of Florida have their eyes
4 toward practical results more
ever before aad they are gotag
Wk themselves seIoesly mad
htfuly If tbe offered su-ceor
able of "doing things" with the
y and the sMcess which have
led the career of the present
Tribune trusts that the State
be spared an aeritulaous. bitter
iign next year. We had enough
s last year. We need time to
in more Important and more sc-
ble lines.-Tamps Tribune.
ernor Broward made the attempt
p higher-and failed. But It is
ally conceded that he will again
ie a candidate for the Senate In
whether Mr. Telfair Stockton is
didate or not. It s not at an
, however, that the people of
a will commit the folly of dls-
g Senator Tallaterro with either
rd or TelfaIr Stockton. The
is a gentleman for whom the
of The Sun has the highest re-
and most kindly feeling, and
h he is reputed to have sufficent
filthy lucre to scatter fifty
aad or so over them tate and
a the least impoverish himself
ally, we would dislke to ee him
s a candidate for the Senate.
ould not cut any fgure In the
ad would simply not get a show
s money. It woMld take a maa
has demonstrated his ability to
lns to defeat Senator Tallater-
d be will have to be a resident
me other section than the auat
too. If both eators are to
ue to come from the Atlantic
f the State, then Senator Talla-
is by long odds head and shoul-
ibove any man in that section
has so far been mentioned for
or. He has show his ability to
ipllish results-and this is what
afluence the Democrats of Flor-
choosing his successor. If Con-
nan Sparkman does not decide
ensure swords" with Senator
erro. the latter will be his own

It upon a foundation of gold ore.
en-story bank bulldinl sht In
* of construction at Colorado
gs. Coo. Many hundred tons of
ade ore, running In value from
13 a ton. have been shipped from
ines asd dumps on Iull Hill,

CripplpA Creek district, to Colo-
8prings and used In the massive
nations for the Exchange National
building The ore has no miner-
pping alue. but It makes an ex-
ually strong building material
nalied ith cem-nt The total
of the gold in the- foundation is
ated at $ IMNI, the ce-it of a n(d-
titsK*" it is doubtful if there.
>tlti-r hank in the countryy which
literally ) n ta foui.datln of


The Imecid raid maade I,%-(' icigve'r
14) .tI*Irioli iaetc 2no tliei-w* #, fit, .jule'
iel% i rLAilwe tat je-tmilis, (.fIOi' ., t hom
rt itituI 4,4 iip'4*p. ( l- rbA~lj'l, '.' i witt-lied
itb % it rt -lilet l if l '.,%r4 1 i)'1 1 I111,1
bt re gt ii iit C.uarre-z-t i'la'' tIlwbill
()%r thit- reariteuit' '. and itzi bill
u llt It- enacted tit le- at" l 'ij, but It
alill gotu 'rd tw cthe v0.11 a,'lut.l4J1*. S
Preside-nt Taft msay be ret-flud upon to
Ua bep iy and the standard


Tbhe Loulsville Courier-Journal mays:
*And now it is a Nebraska lgislator
who has war-hooped into the rila
with a bill making it unlawful for
Jaienese and Chinese to work In com-
lany with white men or to be employ-
ed in the same building. If legislators
of this stripe could be put to work
It is not likely that legilaton would
be neeseary to cure amy willingness
on the part of Japanese or anybody
else to work It their company.
The In fapoll Sentinel (Dem.)
says: "The paterallstic tendency of
the U11e Isat work hi ladinaopoIM
as is proved by the natroductoM of a
bin providag or the acqWira by eer-
ta etues of the Sate, ienf I-,W
damapolsat, of playgrounds or chl-
drem. Under t the tocharge of the
work may employ assistoae to 9prM
serve order ad emsferce rulee--et a

We eam nderetaad why it shMd be
eeessar y large sad deoedy buM
cities to res ve places for chMldre
to play UL. But In our opil.. there
is so city la Indlaa of that sort."
The Philadelphia Record saye
-The is nso questen as to the gwed
asten taas of the numerous body of
American mam uIrers who are ona
tating hr a perminstt cmulso om
aomplsh a eIsutlflc reof of
the tarUL But what tU elear esmMgh
is that ne their the R.epublaN an r
the Dem crat elected to the met
Congress have any note n of liposit
th*. portion of their leilatve Me-
U. s upon a comuielotm. They pw*
poec to perform all the Necessary tar-
Ift legislation themselves. Sek bean
the case. the agitatio hor a tartI
acomamsal Iso a mere waste of time."
The Sppriagld RepabliaM says:
"Americans who live abroad bemase,
having small Jacomee, they lad It
cheaper there than at ome. will need
to keep away from Prance f the pro
posed tow taxlag the incomes of reasi-
dent aliens is enacted. Aooording to
the measure now before the Chamber
of Deputies foreigners reddet to
Prance would be taxed on the basis
that their taxable oomo was are
times the rental value of their reed-
demces. The example of Trance might
be followed gradually by the other
EBropeam countries where emal in-
comem o a len way. for they are
aln tIn need of moey."
The Nortmlk Virgialan Pilot says:
"A New York newspaper, not yet for-
mally enrolled Is the Aana C akb.
attributes to Mr. Brya the etats is
that after oe more defea he would
retire from politics mad eter the lto
Iutry. This 1i too much after the thb-
ion of the PTrouh dames d platir
who, after ea .ansa the apaeity her
love. hie them to sunerime aml do-
voto to prayer ad pamane the tog
end of their ve. It is a poor om-
plUmet to heavS to postpone entry
to Its service atil the last card lor
worldly advanced t has been vliatIly
played. That savors of a deathbt
repentance-dralaiag the cap of ama
bttlon to the bitter bottom and pre
seating the Lord with the dregs."
The Philadelphia Record says: "The
Internal revenue receipts for the last
six months of 1908 as compared with
the last .ix months of 1907 show a
decrease of $7.190,142. There was dur-
ing the same time an Increase in the
internal revenue from tobacco of $1,-
028.159. The oily decrease In the
consumption of spirits and beer may
be in part attributed to hard times,
but probably a more potent cause is
the adoption of anti-liquor lgslatio.
particularly in the Southern States.

This may be more readily inferred
because of the increased consumption
of tobacco. Denied his drink, the
habitual drinker may seek solace In
his pipe. It is a common tendency
to substitute a new form of Indulg-
ence for an old Indulgenee put under
ban. The opium habit In different

dlet to coerce the State to coformty
With the demand eof a foreign over
meit is as rearkable as It Is haltll-
atlIa to our ma eal pride. The soeat
r t of the people akalat the esatrd
State legislataree by foreign gover-
meatsh through the Natleol Gover-
meut at Wasmabtm is becomiNS more
and more pr- 90- d; hence hthe sl
mestdea of It ter ewlanhds will be
receved with lterest by a wMOe d

the Re
len the
they h
they d
me em
of Am,
a faest

over a

'as, ho
Jacksoeville to to gtve a pubie pbme
demonstrattoae t what happen to a a d
railroad wreck when two "e es natl*.
com together In a hbadlm eelisis bSsi
movies at the rat of fifty er Iaty /
miles a bor. At the esipe.sIs
sgrmnd a truak sevema-el of a t ae ae
in legth has been w nd dl owst I aI
flm eah s& d t thIs trash -the e
Elms aN ope d towamrd sa& ~ A
metins t the me, r with a eash Abe
and a Mear. 5 W vI be mely IQd- -e$
moNsbe ad laly t hr ge oeNap W. I
hea. Thit evant Ito tap- phna =
Febny a3al iommre ed- -
train are a be n oto fetomYe e es N
that day i able erybefy to wIt --
rmm the at om. .bomb

Those oe lWW dMis who haW -esi b
pltmaoadd othe dmatm f e- pt .A be
ean at Y New shI Theatre an

IMe me arsiadtl l s a- aI Ia t gm
tog aegaimsat de d oegm Twh as mft
pay, whi the ofAlb p.UW

Ia" the sesem& e.

By paembmen em the S"a= of
Colorado the Nat"ieal Aimne se e-
latter Crriers has sedma w oo,4a t

ers' Name meat oe Coloreds pefgs 4

as the sts hr Ms papego nMAONOa
hom m .'eind -t epg sm s
St. Paul oqvMatieon September I
'1s expected that work win boot e
an tlatittim to seat $10.0 er mo.

Thse editeram wh have alady
uaeoeded in seeti-g Seator al&n
as President of the tatoe Setoe
discover that they oted their
chieblekes bedm tlhe e were h b
ed. asmarHudISm inss*um I

Wefr but-be hafs f bomm Se
thrleerth distr.t.

The edvia serv low wa s -=--
twett4ve years ase. t has wmb
seod the ateo e very a om
tn a emies de ot estate to les
aglt it em a yes mA may vOMe bbt
thdoe eN IIl maI thMem a L

the senss eoa inM l rnlval ever
having mo red a roeat Oter sl hM
at edst be able to abak ded to the
are they not earryln K a Bttle tee
r wembemth of tM disserete lnes

throua ad wU o ro tgh to

Rev. J. 5I Culppper adm hav
dosd the most ieeesul mreIval er
bhe- wn reut vpperme h*

Tred smn aving been added to-the

aThe stamtaevl. ter ames a-t
tioun o t In excellent onditin. No


The wireless telephone is eomlang
The voiee has clearly carried a dist-
asce of sixty mle is stormy weather.
la Praace a wireless telephone erv-
Iee has been Inatalled between Partr
*.d Mramilli A Ai tlaj n o ib hMn.

parts of the world where liquors areidred miles
not of common use, bear testimony todd mile
an universal craving for Intoxicants." Knowin
The New Orleans States say: "The race for Sp'
mistake made by the nation when in of Represei
the freinz of sectional Ipasbion tht to Carter
black race ajs dltfranuhipd,. has had ballul II
its da.::ger ulnlil e-d lu Mutiue of the illl illn 01
State-* b) the siuffrige reigillationi that
hae -ben ena-cte-d in rect-nt )euars. but \'hel >

g ones" jretdlet that the
ake r of the Fiorida louse
nlatihei sill narrow down
and Farris after the first
our opinion Judge Carter
;i the- third ballot

'u M .-lt Jackson iill,, ke' c|

that Il a tetmp'iiorary exi.-die-lit only a sIharp ickout for plckliomketo YV.
and the future' iu,. t .e lo. I kd to f.r arI. nott ev-. n r-s-aft. from th i t. 1
act io that will e. olil
InOtlily dil-ljar of thei irt'hl< In Thr
situation i re.-tit, d by th. deiiatids of If ),,lt t. -lI ten 1 !* A.I If i
a foreign country that tlh Ainern an itelKtiolln in A, I|I -.n I111 i n ,
(Gu'.ruane-iit should exert pressure- poll t.. a. ,,in or bftr.e- lth .
upo)n a'igxn State of this t'nilo Saturday Ina March
to pretept legiolatiou that may be --
i to foreign atlns. iss ual i yUe have foud anyta .
f jto the WaSt C,-,

learned that tIhe *IMIam
pibbe of Paoama m ef
t the Amerawles~ g m
ave take great M a 5
o aft buy of them t m
it press. It Waleesd m
a Uve mow at Panama by 60
wereaA merbteb as u ts aJ
re ia the Umited Ses. A
weManewa ew g o WMa
-m as wosed emn m
s* the thw pee oftm

of Panama h is
imst preciss them is
. at d, not hm m a


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maUtoS k er Weg daft fhr
bass"ofdohNow god oemw
m~WWhinse of thede a dle
sed F. D. WOWm
&MIIN 1111,so 10101111sdpat
I& gpe medag 4 *9 w ~tsr Mr.

~Wm Mile midow ad weNd
VIMere 17 --wy d itdd
EM om r ON&boo
If a b- t Eb~ e 85I
of sgodb"mneiWEmaft

Vhe f *he ue ad esslumve.
If OW 11P. Wmer god dothee -
~bol 4161104Pgsofm3anheir
~bfteub fto des sine.

Amuvmei AMst "Not Prod.
st. he o Ases .
~Uh teO
ut itAbeeuM"
'IsseeW *ssftgof dw CKF
a e ed hr hby mght wasM
nobal s*Wksto e owmines of
b eamei er" a0 a "sewmee Mw
a ha oum bd e nMM die best
v am& "gnte to p u" t*
0onhe m I g eod b re mavo
ft e amtd o dIm*em ts pro
a mpsao& d Se usv ma West-
a agg, agem toM me aege
Inaas ii mad nowfi itt
fta mto pled ea mk bebn tom
-- mmmti a

ve pnow P mon toot

Uftb wrp esw" msem

IL @saw agso m d ao t e re
d nl8 whid.r at aih hemtwis
ws'bmaft tob epM Wetd eer en
awat0 Me m GaL vu wsm -as&.
i f dputy of dp shalt.
slear ie h$or his appear-
a at Me a" term o emart. The
m -am d rn of h e a
d MsseMows ago e es ammala
soft Wa swe to &iws&

do beaw

4W .Worb w.
I s O

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~SF I ur band

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Sand leak them overw. We make
doe ftathe adMl.


aN of U nt Ch"L
,M Mi goMl am:
WMeU me., te iwmle twoear-
ldM en9 1 Dr. d Mrm. L M. Time..
d at the MrieIMa aof MaJ. W. O.
vSu vraeeday atereoou at 2:3
Mistak hem sever after a patient muf-
an afet a eaups of weeks.
Te fanmal services will be co-
dumtsd em the bes tes afternoon
at 8:M3 e0eo and friends of the
Amiy are tl-ed to be present, the
hbrm"st tshkg pWee at 3vergrese


T l Y I A

la pamaseof Chapter No 4115.
asloMef.lawseof Florlda. I give be.
w a tatemet showing the amount
of ta eellseted by W. D. Diekmeo,
tn eslUetor of Alaehu county. Flow-
Ma, for the period endla Jae 8).
I80, am shown by eounaty treasurer's
seslp"t Oa Ale la my o0e, towit:
Vax BOLL 1ow.

Usimpa ... .......
lead Ved.
le~d~smSpee.2 14062
@eheol Food
shool Fund, Reveial lDisgrieta
Sebosi Polls. ISOM
ishoul Poll#, IS'S




14 It isus
"jeIrk Cirvult (Court

Pneumonla Fellows Lagrippe.
PaesmuuLa ofteu fulluts agri
but &e*er follows the use of I'ol
Hm ey ad Tar. ftr lagrlpie. com.
lad deepee aed oods. Retu*ae any
1h0alwasl a the ye io packi.




we av t. UysWdr

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The arst crate of tomoem to be
smied the Okeechobnee lads and
pleed eo theo market t was broht to
Saturday by Geore Hurd. They
were placed as male at the 0.
Stroha Comammy's store, and were
*aid to be the ASeet tom-to they
had resived this year. FPrm now o
tomatoes, beam and cucumbers will
be hre ht I regularly from theme
baob to inppl the local mwket here
sad to be shipped away.-West Palm
Beak cham -
Mies Trilan Dam was the eky
winner ti The Star piano contest
which dened at 10 o'clock Meaday
maght. The excltemyt was Itense
and quite a number were present dur-
Ian the counting of the votes. Miss
iDam's majority was over me hundred
thousand votes. Quite a number of
the frisads of Miss thel Hayeraft,
who made such a splendid race. and
the editor of The Star have ordered
another plamo exactly like the one
wen by Miss Dme. and it will be ship-
ped direct to Miss Haycraft as a gift
trom her friends. Miss May Bell Rut-
lad of Rutland won the piano amoag
the out-of-town eoatestants.-Oeala
Thomas Hartley, who came near
ending his life Tuesday at Bummer
Haven, with an overdose of iau4enuw'p
is Improving. and has about overcome
the effects of his mistake. Mr. Hart-
ley had been suffering excruciating
paln from an ulcerated tooth, and be-
Ian at Summer Haven and out of reach
of medical assistance or relief, took
some laudanum. This failed of relief
ard In desperatiok he took a larger
dose. whish early caused his death
The man was hurried back to St.
Augus be e the mall launch and
by behs alit he was brought
out of which would have
caused d not hI rtL easureb
beeu ad. ,

Sun "Want" ads. brintag rualts.

o~ f O3Ns EL
(sa Q~h".AaI I OkAkb Abi S I)%% Ti
"Fa kv u 4 ei.iaN W h weft a. d kM
Abmo a d-bbamdo ( tAu
0 o r & W f r

Thirty thmad teas of stoe were
used in the jetty work ou the mouth
chuaael at orandlna, which has kst
beom ompted.

The etimms of Martlma are rail-
tg aumis with wheb to finance a
railroad UMe nmtag lato tMe tairna
dhetrets aMar that eity.

aD A. L CLIN16
Oacs at Cramwl e D atDa m
bee. Calls asweet day or Wmlght
CaoWt as doS all remelvo mnaWt

]L 010. 8. WALDO,


beam~ S la g Est Ma" hreat k
ftl Phem S%.Ales Le"g Dkfmm


TROe. W. ,iMW


Practice la

aU Courts,

8tate and

Oft" em G- omUIS aum m om
ANmvia. VLSW~aD



0=4 IN
O-NQ- THa sum
0m=4 TheReol"

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, v

C Owen L umhInt t', Br.. 'ks-
riii.-* c a,4I 4 ami firI.

vvt norti, W AhIa-hu*, II igf,
VI. I 'Arthifgtm z joina1gmrz~,
('e"iar Iu'ry, a&A A ll Inate-ruitO%.

Fbr boh* pri~

Tb L--iw aw


OImm Wi0ll h AWue
NewaTe Plee, nmo i
M0st eIbt
entve, ef T he & I
MNmS, e** Coteft t
TOB SUN mto Setm w

Om on 0a. Howad
fAu ithe Perea
Vt at lake f
amOet baombr tof
1teh. 1 .1 9.

In Iota a atoa So
I. seidiot, a the
be l sed by The
Z Ca. h m a eaew nw
to he seda as a &et W
mett e a New Howao t
t bills wi l hgive gn
eastst as gtefewsa to
ta Atlahem Comety:
To the Ant ix rs oil
the highest ve aTo
Sor $MAW.
Sthe O enU d lo wmimo
highest vote. a dev M
To the next o leuft
best vote, a due M U
These m06 hlls may a
wners or can be d
me for any value the
aen win b worth I
upon e peurchamse, oI1
In the *ievet of a t r
osred, a prime dlnner
thereto winl he gives
ew and Where to
The following
one vote for every msat
establishments for .
The atea eville 1 1i
Phifer Bros.
Hyde & Teach.
Whire Vem tes MW
Ballot boxes will Ibe
tablthments of t he ts
votes and at The Smi
sent by mail must be
Voting Coatest e
sun. almeeville, lstef.
po Rulse and
I The contest Is eq
wlt ag In Alacheu a I
by the coaductosn of
vouched for by some
to them well knomb. I
No employee. a
UTSv of the proPrIeOers 44
named bms are eWligihs 1
to this oamteste ad wl
so maIMer.
In theevet ofS a
lag between caaBdemi
very may be retesred
prmeuM quails to redr(
4. In the evest a V-
to withdraw from the "mm a
date will ot be al ewe
votes to the credIt of
date In the conteet.
Subscrib t M
$1.25 ....... 400 votl
$2.50 ....... 1.-Ovete
.00 ...... 000vee I
For a club of five (eM
one-year subecripUons (b"
1M09) 25.000 votes.
For a club of Ave (he
one-year subecrlptkm
1, 109) 30.000 votes.
For club of tes (old M
months' subscriptloss (M
1909) 25,000 votes.
For a club of ten (nIS
six-months' subscriptiOB iN
1. 1909) 30,000 votes.
There Is no limit to tie I
clubs each contebtat mar I
$1.00 ........ ... ***
Fur a .: .b of fve oue-yea
subscriptlons ........ *
There is bo llmit to the
clubs each contestant 551
Soliciting vote by
friends within the ote90S
votes tois undesired by the





-- Im


Ar I

ow bi 6daIlco

reb. 11.-One of the
In the atinals
was chronicled yes-
iows was received h,-r(
Stihe loss out in the
of the lives of Charlep
Say Hackney. both of
iMaua Phillips. of Na-
Ml paslonately fond
w bed a party to
0T1esday morning
Swraed of the dan-
ie la a stiff southwest
gg lhd at the Utime.
| thoe Mall boat of
Phillips. was not
ser seaworthy. Mr.
his advisors that be
a badle a sail boat. and
d have no apprehension:
* sey agreed not to go
I were Capt. Oliver H.
1 4 Twenty-Ifth Infantry
0 flates army. Ray Hack
lomt Caldwell. of Louls-
Sgd WMe Phillips.
Stwm after the party left
gt heasurtved.
m by the snrviver is

with the spar. There al'lKanrs to hbI
no doubt that he is lost. Itkots are.
still out looking for hinm
Dockery. Caldwell. Wk-k.r and
Pht!llls ching to the capsized boat all
"nv Tiuet' ay. I .'ina t eo fnr out to : .i
S. :' a. l .tu iiii .
A I I h ,o ulsin %as not felt l1 .' Yr
Wicker and her friends at Naploes. I.
cause her husband had told her not to
become alarmed If the party did not
return at sundown, as they might con-
elude to sall on down the coast to
Marco or Cazambos and remain there
all night.
Late In the afternoon the mail boat
passed within a pnlle or two of the
wrecked party, but they were unable
to attract attention.
Chilled by the water and exhausted
by the effort of clinging to the capsiz-
ed boat. Phillips fell off shortly after
the mail boat passed and was
Seeing that Wicker was almost ex-
hausted and that he could not long
hold on. Capt. Dockery. with great
courage and nerve lashed him to him.
self. never releasing himself until
Tuesday afternoon. Capt. Dockery

and kept ianfamed ad irritated by a coatinual diarge Iateoit, of un-
healthy matter frmn the circulatlo. No treatment can have any curetl ef.
fect excepta medid which will ieovat the blood and entirely move the
muae. salves, washes, lotios, etc., are sometime helpful ia rednclUa In.
nammation. cleasing the ulcer, or perhaps lessening the discharge, but such
application do not reach the blood where the disease grm are located
ande e t can er e t a cure. & 8 & goe dow into the circulation
drives out all iampritie and morbid matter, and by nourishing the feak
with rich pure cause the place to heal naturally and permanently.
8. & & does not make a surface eue, but by beginning at the botto, sad
rebuilding brokg-dow tissue, and supplying healthful, healinr qualities to
the blood. cau the place to f1 in with new, irmn desh, whie It steady
but surely a permanent cre. The ulcer can vot exist when tle
blood Ri puf. and S. r. S. will thoroughly purify the blood. Book on Sores
aad Ulcers and ana medical advice free to all who write.



anrIsm. It was about pushed the post with a single ear
Sae shore. and from toward the shore, hoping to reach the
S-- I sMith of the dock route of the mail boat as it was re-
SIleapased. turning north next morning. With
t about on the side of wonderful fortitude. be succeeded In o K o
in sloop for a short doing this and early yesterday morn-
Ofsy, who is the mon aing he and Dr. Caldwell. greatly ex-
.L ekney. a banker and hausted, were picked up by the mail
$ Laalle street. Chicago. boat on its way to Punta Rassa. Both
Mbered to swim ashore were brought ashore and restoratives *
* sar to secure succor given. The physicians In attendance
h, in their desperate say they will be all right by morning. WASHINGTON, D. C.. Feb. 12.-The-
The people at Naples are high In their Deiartument of A rb cttre throueh
wa running out and praise of the bravery of Ray Hackney real sourea of themltr w avl stores
Shad been patrolled and Capt. Dockery. l l wm m ew avaltrr
0 buats for miles above Capt. Dockery undoubtedly saved bill submitted by senator Tallaferro
* sm*e of the accident, the lives of Dr. Calwell and himself to the committee, hars set out a nam-
Sha found of the coura- by his calmness. courage and nerve. er o letters to are ng of tgoodsper.
rW. The body of Charles O. Wicker was sed by them are often adulterateds
was picked up about recovered the same time the mail boat chaad by them re u adulterrted-
Swhere the boat cap picked up Dockery and CaldwelL and or misbranded. The re~ so r re-
S6 Maanta of the launch was shipped to Fort Myers yestertry ceved early c l Minthat there is
L bend on the beach afternoon, little complaint of elr adulteration
or misbranding.
Among those to whom letters were
addressed are the Globe Soap Comr
pany, which uses 10,00. barrels of rea
in a year; Colgate & Co., and Proctor
a As A A i A sand Gamble Company, both large


caused tme Iavel to fall

r N. D. C.. Feb. 11.-
bat impressive cere-
ft in ad of the electoral
t and Vice-President
1bsaar at a joint session
ie Oad House of Repre-
hisl ta the chamber of the

I. Taft of Ohio and James
0 et New York were official.
St be the choice of the
eLwIrt consumed exactly

outst Vice-President
w presided. was called
Sthe Senators and
S5applause would not be
thiado adu tion follow -d
SuI lfhtations over the
J. Hryan in conIeut
|<> vote of Alabama. the,
The Taft adherents.
dh rded the adionii
i applauded the fir.t
s a une*. he- thI. ('all
Sw-a lnauuluced
t Cheers for Bryan.
tid llf-it -lct Ill hip. (a
S re i tcruatlt r riii Net
tod t 1k ih(-r.,it
hi. eev Th.nt e .ire- j I i Virt- Prebideti Fair
i his gtate douite St
Michislan and Ita4h .
P40ter**u lati.n. (ualii.

no applause when Bryan and Kern
were again mentioned as having re-
ceived the vote of Arkansas.
The Republicans broke into a&-
plause when Mr. Rucker. b, himself a
Democrat from Missouri. announced
that Missouri had cast her 18 votes
for Taft and *)erman.
Nebraska's Vete Mixed.
The whole body laughed aloud
when Senator Burrows mliread the
vote of Nebraska and put that State
in the Republican column
The tellers reported that William
H. Taft and Janme H. Sherman had
received ::l! vote and that William
J liryan and J.ohn W Kirn had re-
eilved 1 ;2 votes Onul 242 quotes were

nocecsmar) to clect
The Vice'-Pre-aident ansauiaced that
Me-sairr Tuft .And She Inamta had
rect-i' i laitearet. tan ithe re-tuibite Iia-5
)4)rit)and1(1thaut *t i .i% iaei Iaere-flt (ia f
i he P.Iatv of tit-e % ~ t, l Ili l'ra id.'aat
Sf ft- iI -i ii P, It a III i e *d A u,% u ffi
( -14 I t I d (eI' I.! II(I i !'e :I ~eI. 1 011- (01,4 1 1
cd I o'r t p, Ii ItI a iteI I e i -ldtet.iit I I
Ith.Ie t gat I I..I St l., 4.1.1 It tt I a to-rin

eltie~rt 41 te.oe levt %% liit .a I (ofI i-i
I I6M 11 1,*a )-out 11.11-I itt Ie Z'S. ia.1to

l ait-1 .1, I J!.e 11, (1t- IItI M

W Sf slid tucker of Slit. 1111g .4 4 c, 111.41 %t., 111111
blsltedthat Almiaitia iSI4d V tict. hte.- itt vel. 'A IS tilt
1 *"0 ofi I I for Willhal,.ai silt ASt it wil 1, 1I1J0I 4 ia~llhi
1 O W Ket'ra Uijlolaw1te c Idli hko.
b tbfP ehebuata ,. abcdfee IA ltalt114
1* lutM4se.sand there aas *aa take-u upt all ti~oer Iit,

T e Sea ad vote for
ls semn~

(ti04 e 1 4-I t I -i
Sc ~ tI AAIe I 2
reI-V e11.1;

I.. i lt
f i 11 fi ll).

r, f i A

I U you haVo found aAyt -iag S U
Sis adverdled ik the Wa.. eoluaa.




Lval Stores

iiNC--- ---s-- wme CWNW
Now W J. V Iilow5 .L &U
"Elkmo. ma oztsb.-CL
EsumyS. 080 10aft

Wale.q bsrbr qt M" agJos D VbUI
om of Warn.n3*Flidm.. V hago V"Osm,
I"'& ..4 Ue oeqte, No 's'N
No OMIT). for X004 qt. b 5
SOWL t"."sr14 VUMEsMun
bin OW aU f s so .-
of-. bofac. she
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U. I. 5L


0 1 NAM

a om" ofm ~
n w

1 ,

rom Bi Uses

users of resim oaMU fro all three
of thee coeers have bem reedved
and oe of them have a emplt
to nake.
Those here who opposed Senator
rallaterr's bill for Federal Ianpectlce
of aval stores will alo op this
aew bilf it ts provisions amthoril
the Secretary of AgricuJtur to "make
regulations" is to be omestreed to give
the Seeretir- the right to require ina-
spectIn bi tore the naval stores eam
be shlppe from one State to another.
No objection s heard here to a law
making t an offense to misbrand or
adulterte maval tores. although It
is believed this can be better regulat-
od by the States.

*f wepw ~
Aft Ift ft



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b M*IL ra t.

4 Pull
8 Pull
1t Pull

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To become identified with this bank. Your financial
matters require the ,mr b.M. attention which
this bank's officers give to its customers. Your busi-
npm will h p nanest m ... do Ind o d i sel S

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A Whike Yea r P II NIet i N a its

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a Pull Qua r .............................
Is pull Qagar ............................. i-

"Green Ribbon"
TIm. Whiskey that Mail' ('e Faia.s,.
4 Full Quarts .. .................... ... ?
8 Full Quarts ................. ... 6. 00
12 Full Quarts .... ... 9.00
l* the highbsat uiarket at 80c a quart.

8S' mids'l Famin
ktace King Rye
Sf I,. W will Need joe Fprfts aid
4 L..... ........ ...... ... .... .... 71. 4
IX PuN t .................... ...... 11.00
It isin la every way to hundreds of braids
of r tt you will be asked to pay 91 50
a quart for

Private Stock Corn
4 Full Quarts, a. erted ......................
8 Pul Quarts ........ .... ..... ........... L
12 Full Quarts ..... ........
This wbhlke-y has no equal for quality. pUrity
and price.


Glendale Malt

Full Quarts ............ .
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Pull Quarts ............... .

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apure. mature maid alow.

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W hat I. Ge

~ Psinof theCiy

TDavy S4
of Alachua wa in

of Micanopy was
city Thursday.
of Alachbu was among
Th city yesterday.
of Newberry was cir-
his OaiTesville friends

iT Twr


of Alacbua wa
visiting aines

of Tacoma is
to the city, the

has accepted a post-
&. & J. railway offices
M'Vd department
I ,Floral City arrived
Ewil spend the next sev-
n visiting his family.
m : .the liveryman of
We In the city yesterday
M wum business matters.
WMherspoon left yeb,-
g Petersburm. where she
pjlpral days visiting rela-

4 a through of Windsor.
b Psremmtative litisens of
H was among the visitors
os y.
1Maning of Micanopy.
Sa meeessful business at
among the visitors to

1L 20rs will leave today
I 'to where he will
i tel next ten days on

Clark and daughter left
Wamblines City, where
) 6amgressma Clark
I.gas8 thesession of
I KIg and children of
Ivtsr tothe city yes
enm over to speed
pAget King of the South-

akOwuR of Trailer. who
|Nlt Meadames O0. B.
JhIse In North Gaines-
P-t several days, return-
"nd wife of Treaton re-
|-r benes yesterday. Mr.
a confined in the hos
1 ta e pat month, having
SagiScsal operation.
| isnea and little child
VI a yesterday. en route
61 1 Alachua. They had
4 it to the former's pa.
Weds for the past several

eMr Burett and bride.
ihja hlUivan. arrived In
trd&ay from Daytona.
StoIteed for the present
t1 the former's parents.
L S. J. Burnett on West

0 D44y 81M
t :rt River Styx was in
Ssr0 ay.
r eof Hawthorn is among
to the city.
bbinsma of Bell was among
mt the city Friday.
insmasy of Cadillac was a
bI 18 vllie yesterday.
L. Istrouer of Rochelle as
Ssh0opper, tiitlig theu it)

16WIf of High Springi. the
Othat place, %as a %ltuor
Sk WW.SkAll tof Hiaiguc- a
1 yeste-rda> uietliig bl.-
* W frivud.
" Wvid. a plauter of ithe
f1ou1. %a ts ttOUS tin-
40 city t e>aterda)
Sr. F. Reese. ilibho(p of
Yesterday for a brief
bl diauAhter Mrs 11 i

SM. J Patterson aud lile
0 aW from a short but
S to thel faWull) of Jesa
Akc ua
Jokafta of Hawthor.
Ii Uthe Misses Fe-

setl here for the past several days.
has returned to her ho.
Miss Willie Mae MdWtosh. asslst
ant in the Martha Perry Institute at
Rochelle. arrived in the city yester
day on a visit to relatives.
Miss Ins 8l4k. who has been visit-
Ing relatives In the city for the past
week. returned to Waldo yesterday,
where she is stopping with Mrs. C. A.
J. F. Townsend. county commission-
er from the East End. was among the
visitors to the city yesterday. He was
accompanied by his wife. who came
over on a shopping expedition.
I have determined to dispose of my
Shop and Ieather business, and from
thin date offer my entire stock at
greatly reduced. and v< ry tem;;tiig
figures. 81ot cagh. J. D. Matheson.

Attention is directed to the change
in the advertisement of the Baird
Hardware Company, which appears
elsewhere. They are telling the pub-
lic about Viscol for harness and shoes.
Sheriff Ramsey returned yesterday
from Trenton and other western parts
of the county, where be went to ar-
rest Geo. Harper, allas Jim Bumard.
wanted by the authorities in Citrus
Hoe. J. M. Rivers has returned from
Jacksonuille, where he went to at-
tend the meeting of the Antl-Saloon
League of lorida. li He delivered an
address before the meeting of the as-
Mil Eva Ward of Fort Smith. Ark..
is visiting her former college chum,
Miss Irene McCreary. This is Miss
Ward's first visit to Florida and It is
to be hoped that she will be pleased
with this section.
Jerry Wills, deputy sheriff of
Bradford county, was here yesterday
for the purpose of conducting Isaac
Darden to Starke. where he is wanted
on the charge of selling cross ties to
two different parties.
F. D. Peterson. deputy sheriff at Wil-
cox. arrived In the city yesterday
with Jim' Wesley. a negro who was
convicted of carrying a pistol before
the Justice at that place. He will
serve time for ninety days with Rawls
a Co.
J1m -dsoe's @Dft Aso.
F. 8. Curl of Archer was a visitor
to the city Saturday.
W. D. Blitch of High Springs was
In the city yesterday.
D. M. Phlfer of Windaor was a vis-
itor to the city yesterday.
Henry LeRoy of AlachaeuWa a
visitor to the city Saturday.
D. R. MeBElvi of Meredith was a
visitor to the city yesterday.
Mrs. Ostees of High Sprtngs was a
visitor to the city yesterday.
Mrs. P. B. Wlilms of Alachsua was
among the visitors to the city yester-
W. D. Tilman. A. J. Faster and
Bruce Zetroser were la the city ye-
terday from Rochelle.
James Halle and wife of 4lachua
sectiom are in the city visiting the
family of Capt. A R. Elmore.
Plank's Chil Took is guaranteed to
ow chills, fever, colds sad lfgrippe.
Price Nc. Sold by W. M. Johnaon.
J. I. Hague of Hague. one of The
Sun's old and valued subscribers.
made a pleasant call at this office yes-

R. L Murray has again resumed
his position at the White House as
clerk, which will be gratifying to his
numerous friends.
Note the change in the advertise-
meat of C. 11. Coles & Son which ap.
pears elawwhere. They are offering
fne china as suitable gifts.
Mrs. G. F. Shawl of Alachua arrlv-
ed in the city yesterday) and will
spend the next few da) here 'llt-
lug her daughter, Mrs. V T (;ill

1III^,,A% Ice Wai~er. teo.her 41f the

the eit) Saturdsa ill btltis a'SLb..t tawr
beh~~l I.- 1, ala l a e1140t 1fml'uo iag'

Mras C ANA arkm and(1little- 'm~il
til rt ere maaeia Itthe -iaiufu'ia- tiptht ei it
vae teicjj 'Il-.' 14.i ae t tie1e1i I -i t i t i
I S1- 6li VAi eI ~Io g \1 I ~

St l'eter-, tuawir, 'tim is -eel ('e St
l'velerfburic ila -h I lsa ..a e'
Fruit l'Teiduce lEg s aetv ~~teK.
coreriket lii it e t, (%*ia ~i ,teu.
I LA%, lt ~ttltl I,) di I)?' c ot a
Siso. aand I IA,1 tie ur tusinta 111141fromti
tisii d~Ate eallI NO Vil :It'.11111 msteM At
Igret l .% #i ''Acal d .i&I~ cOt '' "'In
ligure-a. Spo ct-Is Jta i i i 41'.' 'ii
Mr sod Strip1'T1. Rob;. .uo of Me-l
rosem we-re- asmtiug the %laluora to
tilalnsyillm Saurday. .'A be Luirmv







You can make your seleco from the bet dof our

immeme stock.

We ll special attmtio

d our


Lad iy.*Wur G"Ods r SpuieW




made a pleasant call at theis aoe
and renewed his subecripton.
Mrs. Minnie Maine, who bas made
her home In this ity for several
months wth bpr aunt, Mrs. J. .
Whidden. left jterday for Tampna
where she will make bor fure hoe.
At Autie.s-- a a.t tthw qf-
bred OGeran CoNek laMe. wO be
soMl at auctIu, to to highest idder
) Saturday. February 1 at 1 I
o'clock. In frbet of OwW & Davs*W
states. A r*r clawIs qSet a sfe
horse shep. DoI iort te S t
and time.
Dr. A. EL Oft% vwleanry m sm,.
has opened e.. at Clow" a
Davi' stables sad soMett s ead *m
the publc hunssM. e tso amduai
of the Kar m; V einw Oaifie sf
is here to preott n s pWWg M.
Call nMswere aNd r r lL
dentistry, cattle nl d U r&01
prompt a*'htles.

fem Soidars wBuy sm:
The poetard tent near the afire ss
tion was the sme*e lat anlht of ome
of the prettist romenua transpirn
In Olinesvllle for ome time. whie
the photogra-- r. Mr. W. V. Mitchell.
and Mrs. GOrtrude Brown met In the
tent of the former for the first tUe.
It proved to be love at first sight.
and the wedding ceremony was per-
formed at 7:30 o'clock by Rev. F. R.
Bridges. pastor of the First Methodist
Both Mr. Mitchell and his bride
have many friends in this and other
sections of the State who will wish
them a long life of happiness and
His Twentyleead enaewal.
W S Jackson of Labeview was in
the city Saturday and aolled at The,
Sun office asid renewed his subecrlpi
tioni for thl*" tweuty--ud coutsec(u-
its. ,. r Itll ll Ht he* teruimed
A lait .ili< rb r. and Me eurollime-t
i,, ur lpMk- h i. s futl & veni uuluc'k..
if h, diul -ubmritH.- oil the tbirtectnth of th Iitaotih. He in a buccets-
ful (.arei iand atorckraloer, anid jia)
ti. want. iH dijlti-tl>) iunderrt oId that
ht d<-'. not farte tLo plant cuttoni which
lr,,duc'- :'.0 of se-d frouw
ti l'I le, of hut

Turkey in San Felaska Hamnmek.
J C' ttok killed a One gobbler lu
sian Vlaka bak hammiuk late Friday af
termoon and ays there are several
large drues of ithea birds to bt found
ill the auswwock tul taturda 4 last
J D. Striugferllus aud A J Strick
laund accoimpauild him on a similar

ese~latlee of espet m teO N. IL
1 of to Firsmt MOWNeat hcrh.

mAd wI m a4 ae ag- e fit to rem
bru oeu mber blredvd 5lr
WA "NoblM. rs OMe 5& Them-

d eremas r he a n e h s eree M
e o wkeI. Tin the Hem Matnm S -
dMy. supporting t boher labersan d
"rawer and eubsuese; and.
Werses, Her dee peMy and saeve
ritsasNwehne bee as example
sad laspirdata; TereBre be It
Resaolv Ta t In tohe dea l ofl
believed iter the eh laeb whs Me

lhar ista WeeUe at or n rsmel and
the Moas M awSm biety a benede-

pler her desa we bew Inh--l
8 100ml11 to te win eOur Heaven-
ly fYeber. feelgam tha geeasm Is her

Be It further redolved. Ttat we en-
tend to the bereaved lov edone r
heartfelt symmathy and ensm
thm to the love 4ae.s of tohe
whom she loved and ve. wb-
out whose knowledge noet a sparrow
Rewived. further. That a copy of
these resolutioUs be mt to The
Gineavills Sua for publeatlon, ad
one be spread upon the paes of the
minutes of the Home Misias Soieoty.

Keep your eye on the want ads.
There may be something advertised
which is of Interest to you.


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