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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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).

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Published Twice a Woek-Monday and Thurday



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mme a n Irimmdi

stlum in prices woul

F ~~-- tomitlmies
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qI t p 1@wereineu
aloft ho oeO the load-
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asaftwllinma eer is mo
b"eabt m d an em-

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~a tI

hAtr His Crime

~IuuabwmL md~

mad a

low a" wom a
~~toiisd him

bom to e inwomm
ilWr-o-a ooeme"a

&mm mhk-

he sWa sd be was hidg in
6he WOeOe Whe. Mie Dibte -m
It af hm way to a stare. e aead
her her, eat her
hem ~ad Nabbed he tree otim
"~ a her fem tl la.." Chrittian
WeW m ew at i Oeaurt.
The iata mas withiN tweaty-for
hae the elm was wsmmitt
and Christe was mat to the ln.

The tot -as guarded last algt to
paei an attack tat wav expected
by a ash. A mb gathagd Theraday
alght aea r Cm te orge. but agreed
not to attempt to lyachChristia while
he "was at that e."

eas Transpiring

Galuesvlile in 1876

fftnllin Tkmft Oet. 14. IS7..4. W.Hampfem, Edijor.)

op ow- Smitam poetitm of

om Ske own" Cm y.&and
bw h hm Iew tebliahed
SU W. baibma as agent

tempted to cre"a a ck of the sluk a
few nlles distant from this place. us
horseback, and uas drowned. -arch
wa made for his body, but as )vt uo
trace of It discovered
Mr Joha U. Nichols Is alu in our
midst oklag after the hotel
Us er i t shee were red ou the
atl m niM It ia isot 4d-
-_Wo ofhe pom were




La" Del seati nem eo so Preset
at Meeting e@ laterstate Ceo
mag ges l emmhi

A meeting of the l testat. Cam
NOWa"res Cammls. wW be held in
Jaseviloe on aext Wedieday for
the purpose of hearing eseplaintas of
the farmers and try and gt a freight
rate on ear lots ot vqe ablesi fro
this point.
F. IL Warmr. who has takes a
great deal of Iltarest it the matter
and who worked up ema Irable data
esmomural the same, s addressed
-maae-amn_- to the Wekner to at.
tend this meeting d be with tm
in the e onavor to plan this matter
before Ithe commlie&o=
He especially urge that as many as
psslble attend. for it wlle see mm that
the larg the eowd the more effect
It wll give to tW redtloas askd
Galanesve Is em of *9 most Im
porteant alppig pt t ate e ae.
and It would mEam i e of del-
tars darting the year to Oe farming
lss If the lower rat s asked for
shosla be grated, and It is to the
urestf of *every ovse abl man to be
present at this moetPg
V ... .. Ma
below is- e waeh were mOera y s 're o
me MT W b has bee.
ad atressaabae aalbg of prices by
ame of these who were opposed to
changes. but felt spelled. to meet
.and f arin eider to protect their
ouscomers. Asn aPeminskat ths cam-
dMaoms, there has been a materials de-
ere ae Ina mew besiess durinlathe
bt yrea. for the d osew as Ated b
met. that theu proposed to wait
usA they was ere ded bottom pries
ehad bees reached.
"The le ading muacturers of ron
and stel have det-rmtned to protect
their stomers mad for the present,
at lest, sNll at mush modified prices
as mabe mssary with respect to
dils t lti in order to ro-
Wta their &ir hare of the business.
The pries which may be determined
upos and the details concerning the
same wil be gives by the mastufao
turers to their customers direct as
oeessiea may requle.
"The frisatly reanton which have
existed between the principal ans-
theturers wi eadne."


Following is the list of transfers re-
orded nla the terk's office on last
Friday and Saturday. which shows
that the realty market is especially
lively Just at this time:
IAxle Collon to Frank Cellon. Mary
A. Baird and IA. J. lsard to W. P. Cel-
on. H. Hammond and F. J. Ham-
mood to Mrs A. M Gajkin. Mrs. A
M. Gaskin to J. V. Browni. Mrs. Irudle
Brown to Ellabeth J.
1. Edwards and ift. to J. W Harry.
ijttie 1. Saiches aindl hii ianid to Jo
a-t- i It lomtre. J F 114m rl and Alfte
1t, S4 Ila IF Wlihan.. A (; 1111 :tand
lf,. to t W An i .der-riin. ( W" l.1.
illibiui landi uth.r.- t ) S I; (;iA (Io
T l ltinr :iatnd if. a S M .Itl.
1*li t J4011< 1 .11.1d ,II. ki ml ttl l 11 I.
Al \atidtr, it t' I *u~ l.t-i I to l('rlar
E Mlartini. Irt., Mn. iuf.,i uriiiL
('uil.aiA) tlo 4 4 Ne'al. 1" I lan-
Ne.a to J It Eddin,. Mr. If it. lamb
and hll-laniid to J IF McKllitr)

Picnic at Rolling Bluff.
IEt e.r)L' ) ai cordiall) tilted to Sat
tnlid a grand jilt lc to be glliien at
Itlliiag lIlufl on lFeruar) :ti ilitner
alilll t- ar.t-ad undi r lthe- ldrE oak
u ar the stchoiol houmae- anld lots of
aniu.-wenii(t mid ilei.aurte Ia auticipat
rd ring well flledl baskets



CON ki n MWcl "are

Ev -r" Iio ~m VUm rr%-ga

rgeous sunset on the bay St
Franclco., of the wonderful Uight
shade Om ma and sky of crt..,
Nld, them tfading away to the -
decate tints. "perfect, perfecet
and her friend pronounced it
fhm, It they turned to a beaMU
chlMd that was near them and at
"more beautiful, more perfect v
than golden unset. or sea or 'y W
this little child; hands more dellcma
tinted thaw any sea shell; lips of e68,
b le eyes looking up trustfully li,
yoars with a wonderful, Immortal -a
shtana within, and these delii'
ttle oaes are given us to tranla
gude for eternity. Ab. well may Is
pause and ponder on this most sIls
thouSht" And that is what she phar'.|
with woman to do. .especially thms
who are called to fill this most b '*
function of moTerbood. The eare
the body. as well as the aoul, as
work in harnmoy. Dr. Geisel has elf
two more talks for s., and we beiipej
for her a good audieee. as all Id l
that It's eood to be with her Mad sh
soru as much as possible the grad
thaghts that had such free uttenrsU
by her prs,
3:3 j a. again brought the Ak
lay Quartette, when they succeeded i
delighting the very appreciative as&
oa f oier an hour. The music, a
(CmOUmad -s Pawe I.)

.....m. P.)

(By Mrs. mmbath m )

The 9:" DIboial hur amed more
than usually lmprnsve andt lled
with deep meaning to the thoaghttafuL
Dr. Howell so Wel versed a the
aecred word and mdierstandis It as few
do. His talk at this howr was as
Christ's way of comain to present His
word. Pirst by mbracle, to Impress
his words upo= the people. Iecomd
a parable, to unfold the truth. Third,
aptnaeas to enforce a truth. mrth,
example, His life a living flmutratlo
of His truth. He gave emaplas of
bow Christ oftem, when aslars ware
brought to His notice, lo ked pat the
bad and aw the good deep down
aader the bad, and by HMt waderfull
love rafted the good up out of the
aire of atsin. and In ao dointag claned
the teImple and made It a St abldit
place for the Holy Spirit. The power
of la luece and example are wouder-
fil. and may well make a walk care-
fully loet we eame ome who Is walking
c: e -bealad us to stamble. Monday
toreoose will be the lout boue, and
ome can aor to miss i t.
At 1:M3 a. Dr. Oalael gave hew
wonderful looetre to woma. I deat
believe thob who wa so t
a to hear her will ever forget t. Dr.
Gelosel is a word palnter a of marvelos
poww. Her dmsriptim ot a most


and Strong the Past Week

BAVANNAH. G., Feb. 3.-The Sea
Island cotton market has been actve
and strong the past week and ruled
steady throughout. W le the d
mand was not as aret as the waek
before, still it was samiesat to result
in good males, and a aterial Wrefm-
ton la the orerifg stok. Primes
werewe ell maintained, and the demand
waa for all grades.
Larse sale have recently been
made In Charlestoe. which have ex-
hausted most ao the stock of island
crop lots, It is variouly Uaderstood.
Some think that the demand being
satisfied. Georgtas and Ploridas wlU be
nl similar request. Others hold that
the demand for Georgias and Florida
must now Increase aince the stock of
tilands is out of the way.
Sales for the week were 1.279 bales.
The following prices were based on

factors' qioatlwn and are rerlid
weekly on mridays:
Fancy Ploridas........... 19 O%
aney OGeorgias ............19 ON0
L. choice nPa's...........17 il
lx. choeie la's............ 17 018
Choice Ga's. and la's..... 15
x. flne Ga's. and Pla's .... 14
P 'e Ga's. and Fla's........12%@13
Com. Ga's. and Fla's....... 10 011

CHARLESTON. 8. C., Feb. 20.-4-8
Islands. Market quiet; fine. 20oc. fa
ly ine, lic; extra fine. 23c. Receipts
1M; exports. 601; sales, 1.400; stock.

The want ada. o more real etat
bhamn than all other broken a-
bhed-la fact ey tartr" mot si
the bsinaams at the brokers s
aowata Snlsh

NASMI'11.1.1. .im. z~ Ft-b ;-to
da)'* Tat-ctbb itIi r b-trial of (',)1 11itI
('0011r, HRollin J I ti.ija r a id J,& i
dharjec. a I.1fitiod ub hthe mnurd r tif
former &SaiAdIuI IE. WCartuack. a,,!
de-~ota ad I,,% lttri~mra for bot ib bl& 5to
jorteIarsti bUosfr resunzuptamn of hoe
Cimuisatl Ou both aide-a are ter',
se-tre-tI 1% t- Thu- % v e-rt. ii (.timlft rtf it.-
sitb situt-wis -snearly allt 4 The-
ililabsiigsss atiees for the Witalt had
MAt arri%.d last sight, but Atturney.
Geasral MeCAasnsue md utta
am wm wldbe bWIn mWWI~

Itotna. IIl l buildtUp I[-

to-at ii fix)taN)Sc(rduhig ti) ea,~.
li.-f but it is doubtful If )IIloit -r
%Ill be calle-d upoan to gi'.a ilh
The- jury btwut the day In eI~. Ih
eercrist., -largely dt.%.Ott-ti to S .jW 15
The defense has not ye- Ii isued
glev U6pu..I1sbut lraift'1 .a. iti 01.' t
1% ife F-Sbt a Ill (Aturt V il tl-Is .T

It is gsaermilj (4Mnw44de b." th
Migaw ftbofathe tralw wil Icam


Wand Cotton Active


Robin Cooper Not Likely

To Testid in Murder Case

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V ~lb babus. An'
Be S~Be Riemp
ob lowdisos bidmey


Wbm le do b Ok te i


Pee&- 46-ee ur
O-V. IL E-om301iW. Arlingto
~~~ sn e, PM ..says: 'It
I*dssr~ bow I sau-
~m a week=mEaisin hack.
Aqb a -pwWere, so lutses.
~I sunsotiso up or don I
=s -00 W bW IW --tl in and
~~WIN of mY booy became
-W God %MlaA bli eadly a d.
doI s Ow"W" a 60 1hbanFUb
kgab olI -the ab

h --M 410OW 4 SMOM MeelaI
wd* w~ ege
of son"~ loras vl


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fo L e

Maled to evp am&-

imeftp pmW&

bui a mwli

ad hemo fbikdchrIg
ha ftsoeiwe ovmler" tryng
-~~ ~ N soe rvet of s of te vlle

noun hI b Tihe brl
T AWNa paera wIa moseorted to

*p waea ai
ONOW 0sbean Weddi abngbes. the
bill WNad the Poem, Mr. 0.
tMal beai. wais bea t by. Mr.
us W "Imesive bKt amiMng
"N3y" ml= Adieree
c 8 b aSSem. -o Weddin
OiW MI Me" t MerhatS reer

*AtO the a ad whita guests wand
l browlatl amter. the mock Rutch.
a a iel rPua was red scored to
dOs o wh dere a delghtfu

MoCrWary who was abservent d. Tampa.
bo wheswere in abaudace. The
tatt that be was havult by iM

byin hoMis the rty a njylu
The p at th cflebratioom con-f t
sista Nihd f d d white he rts and
INedw maly after the mock crmoth-

rsy a tlegrae was readr tot racener
Ma reary, who was absnt in Tampa.
wtain that bhe was havig a gaood
time, ong the prty ass enjo)iIIg

thmarses tves. eu te adi Cougratulatiw
to bridal couple and Mot children t
Cr VPta rese et d ofat the ratio of teir

114 Ofgti 'e as Ye. Please teae.
Mew mn tired fhers eand moth.
We IStWs t n eater this race every
alg earring a Mbaby? And t.ey
wonder what the ammam is Chaces
ea&Unall of NsbedI Most children

amWI b Na.

heregaim Pper 's. Was Anvagsd by
Lesm w. C. T. U.
(By Mrs. E abeth Smith.)
The Mothers Meeting held at tbh
levy bhom of Mrs. C. H. Coles Mob-
day aftermem took the form of a
Wfardt memorial serve. and about
fty ldies were prl t to homor the
memory of this noble woman who
dM ock a wooderfiul work Ia thisl
world while she was with as. The
program was In charge of Mrs. J. I).
Turner and was very interesting. as it
dealt with tladents In Miss Willard's
aefl and happy life.

Hymn-"Rock of ASA."
trivpture. 1 Pa.--ReadtIn and pray-
r,. Mrs. Uddell.
I R-ada-g-Heredity. Mrs. Taylor.
This article wat taken from Miss
WUIards book eatitl Pifty Years
to Lfo." and tells what a blessed
heritage t Is to be well born and
Iabe to be a welcome child. Her
moter osae sai to her: "*ramk.
aboe& all else, thank heaven you were
a weleome child." ad It surely show-
e4 al through her beautiful life.
"Her Mother's Experlence In the
Traln at of Childre." Mrs. Webster.
of all." she says, "teach your
liMare to be truthfl. Do't regard
yrow e1ildM as a mere aalmal, to be
hed mad elothed. It needs sympathy
very eatly. It sales back your love
wha only a few weeks old. The
habb oatf auslmimes mad kidneys mcan-
Met be too early lapressed. Try to
mW tlvate a tender onesnce, a d.ll-
e sooensitiveness toward right and
wre s." These are only a few of the
good things she tells, but It shows
what a help that grand old mother
must have teen all her lfe.
Pom, eatitled "Praes E. Will
art" Mrs. ReOrs.
Rate of Health-Mrs. Patterso.
The WlIards didat bolleve In tak.
ag much medisebi b be rather in
arain for tbemseves ao they would
o nooed It. Tho followia are some
of their "(olden Rules of Heah:"
Im.ple flood. mostly of vegetables.
1sb a"d fowls.
plenty of sip with early bours for
Post bept wam, hoadl o md notb-
kg woe tight J" as mum h feshb
air as pos ile. oely let fresh air an
.bimne S o together.
e bae or seenW lAndream. a al-
eeoolle drink ler anybody.
T1 tdo tr uth. m a md your pa
A tr o t to rramoss wI mar-uW.-
A orapcal -sketc of h er life-
mrs T.urer.

clAosi praoer-Mre. Gross.
Mims Wllsr when a girl n her
timo. became a devoted student of
Imersoa. and took this verse as a
motto through Uft:
"I pray the prayer of Plato old.
Oh, make di beautiful within,
And make mime eyes the good behold
Ia everything save sin."
The ladlee of the Unon gave a ris
la vote of thanks to the ministers of
the city who preached such grand
temperance sermos on Sunday last.
after which dainty refreshments
were served In the shape of fruit.
bash and wafers. As it Is ever the
case. the refreshments ,etmed to
loosen the tongues. and a pleasant 5o-
clal half hour was spent welcoming
the strangers and making all feel at
home as we ever wish them to feerl

leases Inthroned.
Bectause meats are so t~ast they are
couibutut'dIiii grvat ecevi.This It-ad.4
to aetomnach tralp .bilhow-wu-asea's514
co"Ibtipatiou J tteii t )otur diet. Ie(~
reahmbt and hnot a I-amptircdrril pli.tite
cowrlatrOwnhe take' a fti w of

('IIAI~lArl.A;, Sth, !
Tablets s jueiu%ou '!.
agaiU. I'l) t tf .il A
gists'. SAuiple -fitr-

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1Ti r fllur

Ulituitllp old i hihul id \ I i la t11l as
litffm iatitd a lii t liu dusinlg ', ao eil i-
da) night t It 1- I ."u, i xi atl froi tlime
1-(d chtuI iii h '1' h' u ,"'tlh r a dll falt. r
fut:ii the liiifan iti d i11 In ii, Ihe rtir iig

Foley's Ortio LAative clurve consti-
pat4lu and lier trouble and miakec
tae bowels healthy and regular Orlto
is superior to pi s aad tablets as it
does et grpe or aassto. Wihy ake
Gathitg el J. W. USOMe a OI




minimss ort

Endrse ,the gonna iPUSLIc as the DUST remedy for
Chiliam a Mupd Wheeplng OMNbcu
ka ostainal4wtig Injurimms The actions wasJi.
bousid Syrup leadldsand bom~n*LkIs adapted toinfants, "wre
adledtshfkvey varity att A constitute
~ S 3 EAN aer. galuiiss'yh'hm
wwed* # bee ~4S duisis aumbe he ad cap
b w a am& W egoalways
b tosboom wd MA a m equl" god mohr
am Is Talij 1InwCaving EvnyD~k mree
MUm11AWS- NEI W'c..;roeST. A 3




To become identified with this bank. Your financial
matters require the Cu"lM C.---"l attention which
this hank's officers give to its customers. Your busi-
ness will be managed iMi b o ist dmsi

W. R. IDOMA, glesidt. A. D. TURNER, Cwhier.


Bush & Saford The Gaineille Sun


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This CoMpe l ma be M at Tihe SaB moe or at either of the torne con-
estdd ih the romtel. NNOT GOOD AFTER FEBRUARY 26, 1WO0

Solicited and will be appreciated by


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c Was kM at Al Se-M M ley e

*1@ b Ewji-A ls frInam.

my v. u. wsuwm

was a typial Plorisda ay,
lle mdrtloes beingoscwh
It delighttful, h e may
s seemise of the Florida
,...a a** the Tahber-
Ihese who have witnessed the
i s far appreelate more and
high elass of attraction
g, ....maemeat has provided,
day seems to grow better.
is the best poealee to ase
ItsR thought that the pree-
will prove the most Moe-
gotheld laOanesville.
spreWram opened with the
o r in the morning at *:0m
dWj r direction of Dr. D. W.
Wi those present were deeply
la the work. Dr. Howell
sIholar in every sense the
I s sorand his remarks and
Opa the teachings of the
Highly Interesting and In-
There is no admission
ogr the Bible study hour. and
ojen1ded a mo t cordial invi-
tm participate in these services.
BIv:*0 a. mi Dr. Carolyn Getsel
Os second of a series of lee-
ad demonsirations In the
a Health and Domestic Set-
S sltcshertiatloa and Its Re-
wa the subject of this lecture,
So time allotted to her was coan
la giving a talks of a very in-
Sature on the value ofl
l tii. This lady never falls
o hber hearers, and many at-
I mornnlag session to received
ftims which may be derived
I her taehlns. Dr. Geisel stands
a rival in America line
gh-, whebh has become a leading
S1 all well-ordered Chan-

lessons and demonstrations In
hr Mrs. ammoas were espe-
o f terest to the ladies. Her
SThrsday was devoted to a
--trat on Rice. Macaroni. Cut-
a dl Dserts. Much information
d g hitfl nature may be gained by
4NPNtthis department
1. Wallace Bruce-Amsbury deo-
his Irst lecture in the after-

no.I beginntag at 3:M o'clock, aed
bad the saudieas with him from the
start. Mr. Bruce-AmAbry Is t fram Cki-
geO, and is one of the best-known
readers sad levereet moologistsa on
the platform. He Is particularly pleab
I-g Ia his mamer of speech. and hi
lestoe ea o *es Amermsa Wrlters
In Proee and Verse" was greatly e-e
joyed. He will appear again this af-
The group of songs rendered by
Mrs. Bruce-Amsbury was esthusi-
astically received by the audieoee.
Th re ret was exprem- bd by may
that the work of Mrs. Ambury had to
be coauoed to two afternoon prorams.L
Those who failed to hear her will miss
one of the rarest opportunities that
has come to music lovers of aOines.
ville. be will appear this afternoon
at 3:30.
"The Chautauqua Story." by Dr.
Howell at 6 p. m., was listened to
closely. Being directly connected
with the Chautauqua movement, Dr.
Howell's lectures are always full of
Interest. furnishing much Information
of the greatest movement of the age
for purer and better amusements.
The lrst appearance of the Robley
Male Quartette in the evening was
greeted by a large audience. Chau-
tauqua-goers anticipated a grand treat
on this occasion and they were not
disappointed. The selections by the
quartette were splendid, the readings
and impersonations by Mr. Bayard T.
Robley all that could be wished for.
These gentlemen are also on the pro-
gram for tonight.
The quartette was followed by
wonderful moving pictures and Illus-
trated songs by ProL Goss and Miss
Bartell. bringing to a close a most
successful day's exercises.-
The management announces that
the price of the daily tickets to the
Chautauqua will be 35 cents. These
tickets are transferable and are good
for all three entertainnieuts, nighitA
Included. with the exception of the
days designated as "Governor Glenn
Day" (Feb. 24.) and "Mrs. Gen. Plekett
Day" (Feb. 26). upon which occasions
the admission will be 75 cents each
day to all attractions.

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A wmrs on Program Were Highly
Pleming-Lxercises for

(By Mrs. Elisabeth Smith.)

S Satu rda8s Daily Sun:
US Chautauqua gruoi Ibetter each
s. a ew attraction appear. Dou't
Sthis great treat that gites so
M aid asks so little.
Thursday from beginning to end
1 e rich succession of good things.
6111t among them being the ec.-
IftlI tal. Mrs. Amnbury's lovely
-12 aad beautiful personality, and
SIKblWey Quartett.
PWWay morning opened as usual at
6'0 with the Ilbllcal hour by Dr.
18lM and it seuned to tb- filled with
*4mrful thoughts. It au along the.
US 0o character-buildinig ajid it iiiad
"0 thoughtful to know that r>)
-b1 Whether for e aIvI. Aubt go out t s atifl. i*ac otil, r-
O MAy l t.t-iltI d to (, j.11it i ti ,
WA t nK ut, I tiII ,I. t itatlli t i u1
Ie The ill| .-.> l ( t iu-It iu lit
6110 our f.e The tin art.
S and will do laa: itg ,, ,,d l .
isst thrll
A the 1 *, : Hi,,, |r (;. ,1 :
i efbt of it., \\ .. *" I .,,, ,
V '40- rful Ih tur,. on I,. I' 4
a t als 8 ,nk, N lrar t .,. (.,,
of our HighiK ti,4'- .l lth, t lt
a and t'her haiudly ton tl audi

come marching in. The thought would
come as osev heard the steady tramp,
"Here comes our men of the future.
God help us to do them all the good
we can while we can." Prof. Cassels
and his corps of teachers have rea-
son to feel proud of the order and at-
tention preserved by their pupils, and
Dr. Gelsel. with her words of fire.
must have buried her thoughts into
many a child's brain, and they will not
Dr. W. L. Davidson. who was pres-
eat. and who all were glad to see. says
that Dr. Gelsel is the greatest little
woman he ever Paw. and we' all agree.
with him. She seems at times to be
Insiired- filled with an laiard fire
that radiatepi nnd thrills all shom she
comes in contact with.
Following her talk was Mr.. Em-
mons with her important Ile -on on
"Food Salts" This lady is most its-
ter'eting and presents her aubj 'ts In
a ',ry pleasant umauaier. Friday nmorn-
ing she served for our de.lectation>
ereameid carrots- aind aj-.tragus looIf
Kver.tone aeuised delighted tii h Iboth
dlbhte. and they erte bure)l moat
At 3 p m the niiauical pre-ludef The.
RitI' v. Mial- Quart, Ite- agaIn dIllKcht
i hl INh*' |j.MI i. of (;.i II. Tl I' l I
ca|pture.d all pr-'stil lThi r-diI.t% '. a
iag bl i t itr .-ighli tl a r. :iil
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number was received with the most
flatterlan enthusiasm. Mr. Robley
again delighted them with his read-
aIng and was encored agiln and algain.
He is a boost to blhimself. The trom-
bone solo by Mr. Boit was the work
of a fine performer and delighted all
as it did the evea&ag before. Never
has a 1iner male quartette been In
our city.
At 3:30 the audience were again
thrilled and upUfted by the slte-
like voie of Mrs. Am-bury. Her
sweet, womanly face seems to make
more perfect the charm of her volee.
At times it come out fall and stroe.
then dies away to the softest note.
It has bee a great privilege to hear
her. Everyone thought who were
present Thuraday afternoon that noth-
lan could exel Mr. Wallace Bruem
Amabry's taterpretation of James
Whiteomb Ray's poem, ad It eer
tally was wedrftl. but In his Ier-
dtU of his ow puems emitled, "The
Ballads of Brbumalas" Ia the qualat
di1alect of the "Stiloms PVIaOh o0,2
dis," he proved that the half had
not been toM and everyme cbered
and Celpped their he ds t they v
blstered--ary. We aineerly ra
gret that their say amongus o wmas e
At p. m. was the Q. L S.L C. lRoad
Tale--"Books What Are They? iat
What ball We Do with Theamr ew
dueted by Dr. D. W. Howell. Thea
are very lateresting and sUtretive.
At I p Um. the In~ sem ithe
Robley Male Quartette again made the
people of Galneevlle wild with jTy.
This was their last full eonert and
they deserved all the applise they
received, and it was not stated.
The stereopticom views and maovtng
pictures by Mr. Goes were simply
marvelous. Never have we had anay
to excel them. The whole evening
was one round of pleasure.

Let each ome try to get sameose to
buy a ticket for next week. only 1$1.
for the week. We need to sell three
hundred tickets and It's a lot for the
money. single tickets for one enter-
tainment 25 cents; for all three, 35
cents. Come and bring your friends.
Monday afternoon at 2:30, at the
Tabernacle, Dr. OGesel by request,
will repeat her lecture on "Tuber-
culosis-The White Plague." for the
benefit of the children. This lecture
is free. Let everyone send or take
their children to hear this wonderful
lecture. Everyone can't come, but do
send the children. Let this very im-
portant subject be impressed upon
them while they are young. They
will remember it much longer than
the older ones. Don't forget-Maon
day afternoon at 2:80.

Many heeplees Nights Owing to a
PersIteSOnt Cough-eleof uound
at Last.
"or several winters pat my wife
has been troubled with a most pesists
ent and disagreeable cough, which in-
variably extended over a period of sev-
eral weeks and caused her many sleep.
less nights," writes Will J. Hayner.
editor of The Barley (Col.) Bulletin.
"Various remedies were tried each
year, with no beneficial results. In
November last the cough again put In
an appearance and my wife, acting on
the suggestion of a friend, purchased
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Reme-
dy. The result was, indeed, marvel-
ous. After three doses the cough en-
tirely disappeared and has not mani-
tested itself since." This remedy is
for sale by all druggists.

Solid Carload Cattle.
From Friday's Dally Bun.
J G. Harrold. the enterprising south
Aide menat man, has just purchased a
carload of tall fed beef cattle, which
arrived )esterda) from points in West
Florida The buock is aoioug the pret-
tie.t seen here IIn sone time. which
,hoss that his buyer. A. I. Jackson.
thoroughly underitaund hi, busi*itea
Shi-in it cones to purchalnlig tlock
Thi. 4-la-a o(if ni'eat it prolong about
a1, aXnl ei.'l\ a tthIe \V ea.terin ui-alt,
but usi, thie trade. l ixetter batiefied
withI the alnr et- that I butchlTret-d llhr.
M1r iIa rr l dtcid'-ed too Iut li.- iUs
ilthi tldIil l I tilt -t' '.It ll

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AFOl. Feb. 1.-Blahop Charlt
0 Asge haadded a sa"que corn-
' to the a ar s At to favor of
flWiB a t admree to a
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FoasdM that she had to watch her Witt Miller. Philadelphia., Pa. morn.g when the news spread that For a club of five one-year
taI". e ela ti that through the 9:30 p. i.--Illustrated songs and Mrs. tevenswadead hehadbeen subcriptions .........4000
Megiigm of the North Rome agent moving pictures, by W. Robert Go seriously ill for only a few days, but There is no limit to the sumb
b e aU ed her train sad had to spend and Miss M. J. Bartell. This will be her health had bI-n failing for some clubs citi contest may c a ,4s t
the ght to Rome with a friend. She the last night of the moving pictures mouths. fried t wihln the stor adistril
MltO that the ageat was grossly lt all lovers of them be there Mon- She was born in Deerteld. N. H. votes undesired by the proper
mgligest ad lasulUt g. and caused day evening and was s6 years of age he lease
her much Inconvenleance and annoy- The price of season tickets for this a devoted husband and only child. Notice of Withdrawal.
ane. week will be 1(150 This includes Arthur, aged about TI. Notice is he.r.h l. i o t.'
everything Full day tickets 35 cents Mrs Stanii was a quiet una- uni tual .in,.n I hl., l it
l b. ing ('hrlatian l h l, uwhoise refluied cul t ith ti th- flr '
,tur'd' luld, w. %as_ felt wt herti ..r ,Ph.: , trd[
Had Succ.ful Entertalnment. *.iat IIh.r h rlh ,or.l charact-r a.ll, ,%ll l .- m' Z
1 1U W from Saturday'salIy US: al, r,.'lat-d in h,,r The tacht-erM and l.uill i tf ,h. It rhe t *olr u al 1 li i the [i 4* -r tin, thl v f l .-tY ,,i l .ri .' a l
"O|n iA |~ oa dedA Ai+"ihua' hig lllhbuH l W' e rA('". U lf 'I llt- fl rd1 ti', ht-ld nt *I- ra i...I. a t.i,,, |,. ,
ltuJtll U llall.iti Iu thie sthtxl biuildn I ,liit e 1 4 -1 In ) .r i' Ii.,u' \ .i .
a att h t |.al*hi Friti)ld > htt for th i Ih llt 11 411 -i t f-l ..41 49 -,. h. ,, a l, ',, I,,
hit-wi lt of thlir laItuu fund otf tlhie b)hi l ltit Ii 1 I hr-,ighll lnduie ai th
V, r b. .raIl %,.<-ks ar,-t 1t. 1> h ., ", I' i r h, ,* n t.ho li.t ril.i.iru Thomas ,r a A' "'
noon to spend she goes to a n 'ilui I' tw- urki hard ou th>i. li.rt1Ai i *1 I- 4 > .et.y > .Th, f.or.l o ra "hchr
of the llruwlnig Club. The ou.. en .u ,a the i ri .lt sd th rt rdr r t, itful From >Su da)'s Dully Su
come hboaw loaded alth Ideas; the ,ilt uf l ith bewl t, h u eld th re- All N',a 1x td. l -n.i. a hl s ( t h. tt ., 1 flt' ia -the l l .It
Men comloe houe aliply loaded .f tn e t,,d and .urruldlh Ur r l 'r..11 .d hua.l.ld U! ma Ae ardni It ,
The bishop west us to say that there tit i tuind full fure ad aii iue -it 4 I.te d ,Ie ., f .,I I
bas waoib y tthe riturnt-d iut ti -full force, &[Ad AUrat itrIit-
was as much reaso. why ib uos *I aui ass ral ried by the .cbhlars tuard The habit of aiswering ads that le11it b ddtr iAb i, )N-1 i J
Set together and refuse, to. l t.b1ir ilat I aplp5i to you is o*e that will keep l.r, hUi ,)j .,lti
low the to vote as for oppolste I Intoereted i so the y ar a ol ldwTl bddaug h, i.
seduMf ito exist The Sum oc-e ear calltg awds. tasd --- |rWsia& d .b im o



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t af t.nt..-t1.ho lmak i-. mw MaVs ft& aUir PU HeS bby EOULTS. ADDITIONAL eGTIL
i ags -- .... .. he.M Basoa lsg ave l a le A m l-. ..'. di-e Mlls w_ beM tk in PM io li
S4a- =UNA *ttbs i em leas odw nm- ith n w"hisVery cew* o ftuem to the Pltoe
Im gOs t he on hl an eas a. the Pem f--r.-.In bem.s esoM 5 y T ook a
iM 1s.a I v tlt ed les r 14-~ alg._rmu w M a s owe W eU

i-H d wsae e w a** SIew ~_ wee-t- ailnmt M4lo 1n ht eemt 0te, Hao no lm e

a e!S L remer. 1A t t ^ 'l e ea r oco rred tW fta" pl c her shout eman p sembr !}us.^ ^ ^.|
INS eft a o ft& me io k a wi e rt eStsbeLgiveSSSir sfts deb
** t eS emj a v a -U .. .. a. .as .. ,1 to
Mfk Is Ne" M Sa mM*sawlve -T t he ta l veo in the ple Is acm Counspo y

a r W b look o t rm wa s am"wm"Is is.: e flr yne Ulalmf ther $2"

iight ne acaeSwglat aols sit wls w* thd
ano (obSO d Ikwom w emhthe visui sese Dturna d ondo h..r3 amp Tothesco rand oreeiving eg
m0 meaW" andaMhskafdo WIi peek'slug -e ur Meis Afor thbet vote, a due billeu1

... ..... wlll be sthe each Ist
Um Ow @oft* to"ir p lofeaasure tla e ao Mte s Maorn owrmn, ......i so ,s0DomT thoeoeoe
blew o oaWstb thdr he art TapletaeI." So- hgeIOast kman smbt her 7w.

theesbest. which wras "pols"b w o. by tThse wg illsay be sw......e
1 ane formy Talue they mq
wis .ieewahu iDorian Bi*lls, city.........10i.430 upo nthepurchase of*m o
i s e M Catberise Hal., city.... .7,10 I thevet 0a a tie for dwa
At Ip Am the RbobbyQuartette geMgem., I. g .......M obred. a prime similar is an
tl dar aeoeeote, u4 Poople MbISS*M. 1 e as, ety .City....... 0 lSS, u o
lln ty.b aa sT attd t r t* In e Miss a M CtormUie k.. city:. 72.025 Hd e 1Teh
tag byherft h itar Ilast 8o00t, DW the people i. i Hnson. city.... .18,70 tHto w b e gtes Mac t Ga
et lm an alnl we neatly weo, Mo le eas, y... S0 Th oxn W erc hanto bsll
i *o hesol mid t od M& Te martettow waoear e M trt M h m fna nelecityi ...... 5. 4 1,30 e vote for every cent p o ae
t r $ t Pmhewet oe a ee to te wo mMs MJol Jla C water. Cy..... ..4 .U tabl hmlmentst for oods wa l
o M ad *W Wa way Dlt rto t eha art o Of the ee o .f M A. rol. Newberry ...... 8.01 haAdle:
a Ito the theW a htee mt ot haety an they will ever be wel- M M.abelaes. .....10 TI ityT T eGie slHardw
% 6W Wi; tk t ATsllr t f P ThM OA. Miss Joeo vaans dty....... 0,145 Hyde & Tench.
%t V. t ain" a Miss AO StadribydDrand. Waldo .24.920 Whv e Vptee May he CN2
J11 11M w iotaatmaCd." by Dr. W. L edom. i msmaHudSom, city ....3.W W voowi befound s
Jtoe MY Mad her hv be *ll to with th e er ed wonderful sad rep- .is Raby Albrightalliot boxprwill be found to tdo
sa g -r OV g t to g" te ewtad wsndmerd l s ea Mi elle Deal, city ......... .22516 tablmos a of the merchaani
i~ l 6 a g--"essviewsL wwe tI-d-ato" tMe an u InSr t t M is re BA n oi e Dev ill ........... 18 70 v ae d a tn T wThe n o o.
.._., hu e n t usa, to tho o s whho r -ot r Mis nIve v t WaUo ....11.430 seat y mail must be directed
iMr i41 1..p o Os s o st te as me allt gra Mrs I. WareH, igh r... 10946 V o Cot DeparUmet d
11W M @ aWOs aO De tdat' 0 momsaDMsthskt plM e sie the nkay MS e ile heptBeed e.... 6:00S o' Gaesvlle Florida.
i ft aft Ma doeadM tld l o village es mthat Miss Golde lAmbs t ..... 5.675 maie esi lton .
Su 1,- 6at e hbe W a-- that tie at their eet. After this followed M tI e L oin. MIemor.. .l6" 1 The etest is open to
tr. A &. q the -f Mimore of the wonderful sewing s MinUry Tlefty..... &*$ itv"eg" AO sa ecoouty who o is
S&. as m W a k pite Weou ko to thspecidl-tUl Mi sM ety ... of.0 the sc
at sThee p me. i ew es We wseoid eo e o esto al M Me. t citya...... .3 vouched for by some reputable
btim lmWE -- i* a tle a mAowo e01 Fria f voe alinrs Mto A. w. lrtSarit ...........34 to tho tem well known.
Ssto rys** e1Cnderlla being Mins L ander Hawt"e bi.... rv No employee, attacthee r
t bow de f eN t me s t he bet eOver- nI this city. andi n R byArht .......... tlv 0 the proprietor of t he
mam 01 of iWaw were ed at am I omese deal of nm........are eligible to
g Ss w io plsmed fo.w m a6 the-ir n-- N BtoU'D in this co ist and wlUl paittlbi
I- te- t" 8- Im h beoons ow. M wfth t bemIutlfuUy WutNatoe ,WILL MOVE TO NEW QUARTERS. aO M ..Sa
t In the event of aml
OaW. V S at de Sao -" Mpltn ost eharame. g e e Ing betw ee oMddetes or otbhE
m @ft-- st -itom t t he Toda at i p. m. Dr. eovidslm will Willa n or to fo Closed All of Tneo torest lais this contest. suc
OM& hef& bT wWo drak at dever a t e ae in a t n Trntdacle. diy a hs Nw1a o 1 dt of c tes e feh to
O t ndr wryHUiM t e roosB i Qbtbttu arete tedo furnish a toth IMo ro t aenosfqcorsalb tof ren dsera
Ai hae d Soe e otemIsat the musi ad we hope for a bigl No the WlMoa store WiU b lseI 4. In the event a candidate
he ad Im pom. cwd o this o selol. We want to ede all l next Tuesday bit they will to withdraw from the race, su a
O at mr a--n P J der a- to s -v appreci atilo or al thai be o i their now quarters ready for date wU not be allowed to
.....ustoes on Wednesda tea_ votes to the ,credit of another
a dre -ONr ao I rti mos ist ntortlasnmet by or onn Wedneodat. the nelt day. For a u ten nt.
swa3 p a before th reNct l Nbe o Dt this aftormoo and bringing a Fo the t* several s W. dyW. bN.u
d wtrd, f oo I P raianSW to wore ay-. tWilBos ha been bosy reN eivin 1d THE DAILY SUN.
-e- rrcb Id wot- ptsylng iort. y markln their sew stock. and with muaribers. Snti
0 a the ssistenre 0 Mr. Gardner and 011 ....... 400 votes SNW
1*i a I mad. med is bdM yae PograiM. the clerks ahey hope to have every. 3.W.50 ......1.000 votes 1.2W
- ..S.. boBirMouy tv:oisdDr. Howell's lst tifor their grand opn club of Ave (old u
10:3S--"The Whit. Plgue or Tu- The building has been completely 1909) 25,000 votes.
Sbercu-losa." given by Dr. G)isel at the changed and much more room is now for a club of Ave (ew uor
requet to the W. C. T. U. for the available thaI wn In the building o.e-yr s subscription (befor.
benelt o0 the school children, who formerly. The 5eedm which are still For club of ten (old subaribif)!
will visit at the audltorium at arlogs'll 11 all ba. placed awalting months' subscriptions (ibfore AI
demonstraUoon, "Salads and Salad day wornling. Se their ad. elsewhere. -or a club of ten new rubrrlN

elby." ke famous story. by Mr rclubs each contestant may c
sad whs sh started hack to Plain- W. S. Batths. Chlcago. Ill. THE EMI-.WEEKLY SUN.
vlJe sae had omly thirty eits left, and l p. m.-"I'me of 'gliness." by I). Our town. was shocked eaerday l, o v11

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alIgeaorn. tak, bat youe
S M~OuTf m iM r.

Amlldoaf a pmrehe
Sa aWtato m at1 a yeur;

set st to eMto pro me lb
ut whet ase motneeeS lasr

iF he SbuM anoh rer. a1n

0a1 tehe iaote uryfo
h te given the prosacie
Semte eai ....... o O

oet hopes Taft ww e sweop

e inspt comae eltd to be ae.
Se ouined aro e pretty

K el ag eald e Preaidentlect to
e dllgathe steadm ist yto
e5 n Tm he ito nh o

San ale Mr. Taf t moves n
m w I t of m e few more .Lr-

Sta the Whithe Hease areser

heis m two mve a $100yea000 bar

Sienloal dmtiuon t Pittsbura Te
te sews gently to the prohib-e.

[ P-nnsylvaviaeraelroad has ut
o ioy"css gue seems to u be to
Sis@Ibat wehant is oat needed Is
| M b ww e be harmi t e whe

? e aeve fouod another man in t

ilr. Of aoerse he is on the Jury for

I te have yesn the prospective
almolitator stok when his,

s ot Iol on the h eadilne ann se
t at Taft will lethat on Knoper
e esillpct competition between-
i88nU th m...oue and Jugse
SMiss is deUsted to be something.
dlb rta s the next administraton.

6 w forty- eg eld to quench thee
Uof an elephant, it does not fol-
butt he carries the wash water ate
lm wrks The Orlando Sentinel.

he wasteful manner in which this
Sis ashao up its natural resour-a
i 18 0O f pur with the action of thet

NN4 Pte Cylvoolp railroad has just
a8 0x 8agres showing that in 199i
d thesessers were killed and 79Jn
W. i o its lines. Theo fiures com-i
000 'd"o theow thadministraion

tf Brested for trespassing along
F Peansylvania line during the saimt

Te memberss of the nudity club or
Mi carted a short time aso in Her-
I a"d who in their homes and in
vateO places wear n(o clothes,. %ill
mfsoon return to their eubtb,. and
4he themselves5 again or else tjiey
Wm lapse lito immoral practice iatd
*i dealt Sith by the authorities (Oi.
4* the other is the ex eritnce of all
u auweeignts.

adjoining the city of Redlands. sixty-
ite miles east of Los Angeles, where.
it is understood, he *ill make his
home in the near future. lie has for
several years usned a half interest in
the land and a few day- ago be' ac-
quirtd the uthter half fur 7;*,.-10 Plan"
ar.e now ti-ig lpreiared by a local
archil ct for a ina~g flicent re, dtnice
There aret n.ietty ) en acre. lu naiel
,r;antlKgs. o-ne huniidred airre iin -, *.(t-d
\ari,.tlis of grai-.-' amid t -l W ilt eight
;1( f'. ill alf.tlf.e A -p.l. 'll'l lli ,'leeH
han too i tl rl\, t fr,,in tit, i r,,.ert)
fur i. % t l a r. l- M r l.'air k- "-'ne

Ceery F Ci ta rue~~j e.- I 'irLlihdilkp. tr.1a.- at I'.- .ti 118
b$" ofvt-red III Lhec l(x41 market feezti Iti gi tl- ,'o .it 'ipf 'ANW. di ld
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Referring to the report that the
Chbeao authorities had forbidden the
singing of "Dixie" In the public
schools of that city during the celebra-
tion of Leotln's birthday, a reader
of The la has headed as the follow-
mlg clipping making positive dental
of such action:
Chicago, Feb. .-Did any author.
ised or eves consequential person to
Chicago forbid as an act of treason
the singing of "Dixie" la the public
schools during the meola eelebra-
tiou? No person did.
The foregla quee-on confronted
Richard C. Hall. preeldeat of the Chi.
caes AMsoeetatom of Commerce. in a
teleram received today from Philip
Werlein, president of the New Or.
leasm Progressive Union. An em-
phatic native was telegraphed to
Mr. Werleis after a few hours of in-
vemtiotla. Here is the message
from New Orleans:
"Press dispatch stated that sing-
Ing of 'Dixie' ha public schools on LAn.
eela day bhas been forbiddeas an
act of treason. I Chicago wishe to
make any prores in the South, take
It as a timely, friendly bit of advice.
have that order rescinded and get rid
of the bead of the school system that
issued any such orders."
Mr. Hall nla his answer said that
"Dixie" remained on the musical pro-
gram; that there had been no order
removing It, and that "President
Woodrow Wilson of trinceton, a
Southerner, is to be the principal
speaker of the celebration, and other
prominent Boutherners will partici-
pate." ---
Wwblington. Feb. 6.-Joseph Nim-
mo. Jr.. one of the few surviving
close personal friends of Abraham
Lincoln. took issue today with a
statement appearing in a local paper
that President Schneider of the Chi-
cago board of education has forbidden
the singing of "Dixie" at the Lincoln
centennial as "treason."
"This I am prepared to deny from
my personal experience," said Mr.
Nimmo. "Early one morning In the
month of April. 1865. the news reach-
ed Washingtoe that Richmond had
been evacuated. There was a rush to
the White House. led by a band. I
accompanied the crowd. Soon Mr.
Lincoln appeared at the window over
the front entrance. He replied to the
demand for a speech. I well remem-
ber his closing words, which were as
There is a song or a tune which
I used to hear with great pleasure
before the war, but our friends across
the river have appropriated it to their
use during the last four years. It is
the tune called "Dixie." but I think
we have captured it. At any rate, I
conferred with the Attorney-General
this morning. and he expressed the
opinion that "Dixie" may fairly be
regarded as captured property. So
I shall be glad to hear "Dmxie" by the
'.Ever since then 'Dixie' has been
regarded as a national air beloved by
the people of the North and of the
South. The tune of 'Dixie' was corn-
poted by Dan Emmett. a Northern
man. who wrote the words and music.
For years before the war It was sung
at the North and at the South, and
it will remain for all time a truly
national song, made so by the good-
uatured humor of Abraham Lincoln."

A dispatch from Los Angeles*. Cal,
states that Vice-Preaident Fairbanks
ha purchased acres of fruit land

bUate o is -ar md mer
meam l ees, e imeL

We app s Ow I1

We "a sih or sptay,
damOw the xaet e midim
ad the amee s eb, arnd mp-
plty dtho Im aserWUd to me@0
hutnre i e here4 t e e

and iuntahem the eye.o
Ae et-r eil in pgeadai
ya ma"y abe l wady o we mt

The Baltimore News says: "Great
country this. There will be ahin Wash
inston now in a few days several
hundred men who beeve they are
ideally it for any ob under the Go
ernment-provided it pays a salary
--and as many more ready to ove in

The PhiladelphiN Record says:
"Bishop Greer says 'the singe ea be
only as sood as secilety.' TIs was
the ides of Ihakepeae; 'to hald, as
'twere, the mlrror up to ature; to
how virtue her own feature, scor
her own image, and the very age and
body of the tmae his form and pree.
sure.' The ioease that obtalas oa
the stase is only a reflection of the
license that exists ofr the *stae. We
must beine amendment by amending
The San Pranieco Call rays: The
question of Japanese immaration is
not preussin. It is to process of ad-
juatment by dipklmatc means, and it
is the part of wisdom and sobriety of
action to five that policy a fair oad
reasonabhle trial. The steaship Ues
terminating in American ports are
bringing few Jpanseee laborers. If
they are coming la fron Mexico and
Canada, as same people declare and
others deny, that is a matter of proof
after investigation. It is not as if
the Japanese were coming to this
country at the rate of 1.000 or 10,000
a month. If the Japanese are ilter-
ing across the borders that can be
stopped. We are all agreed in Call-
fornia that we must have Japanese
exclusion, in one shape or another.
and It should be obvious that this
qu. stion dwarf. all others."

Rumor has It that Hiou. 8. J. Hll-
burn of Palathk may be sprung as a
dark horse" for Speaker of the Flor-
ida House of Representatives.

Notice to Tax-Payenrs

We will meet the tax-payers at the
following places on the dates at op-
Walddo--Feb 22nd.
Arredondo--Feb. 24th.
Fairbanks-Feb. 23rd.
Yours for the best service.
Tax Collect a
Tax Ausessor.
oGnnesvllle. Fla.. Dec. 16. 1e1.

The Gainesville Matieal

A--M-&d feM rt to tC ton wT th s
Cm d bMisi ra My, bf 10 I

Loans and Dicounts *......... ........ $O0,409 81
Overdrafts............................ 292
Building and Fixtures ........ ..0..... 39,7328
United State Bonds and Premiums...... 170,W6
County Bonds and Warrants............ 19,480 00
Cash and Sight Exchange ............... 108,644

Total..... ..... ... .. ........ .S4 J R


O... ...

Capital Stock ..... ...........
Surplus antl Undivitled Profits.
'ircutlating Notes Outstandlidig ..
l l'onlst Borrowed ........... .
l{,.li-<. lltt ....................
I inited lIldividual aniid Bank !I ,. ..

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Vurvt A I tIa

.$100,000 00
. 17,938 00
. *7,600 00
. 211000 00
. 31,45000
. 40,(K) 00
. 338,548 43

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\ wlhPublic,

A poor optiian can, In a rew
minute do mo's harm toyr
eyes by ti gl-s that are
ant united for yow r ey tm
a" abOe and -mp- -t optica-
an medy Wn dx m0Ath.


MeO W. M. ifteh Says It SheMld N

Ae--pl1b O@bjsL

dH er Sum: I setted In The ea
some w s pent a a tmes put thn by
-m isat did Mot eVIpl.f d
tht wban the "e i ise
April there woMld be a Ms eeWd to
en"t a law h preh0bm seme er
seing tod" ia thm seo dtm No I

11ber, Neaober am D edember. f&
ag h And the of les eas" e ed I
threat as more about ifthia
that surely tore o m be -
tmipOsi as mt eoer sO a pspeepaI
In tlathe a bee fte b a e oea
pres te to hdo thArmers the, w p
six years. IWilmysthoowdotheI"
SIx years ecm I th seed wm
I moen to tsh hmors o OMd
Iti he seed tn get that a
helr e"m Is et saimen dr w MI
to twelve m nth I lf wasm e
4 inf Alh- two yaw s a% TP Ato
8 e0ats in seed ow eonen. I read
to sell but had t b a nad m hel
or better pries, as the papulr wmy
o the exrmrs' orgelmflt ie IT
sompeld to peg ga odt ftm agg
em dets Iat waftl t a M
Or woa e"am my wa. After waw .
log ang tJul ws madU hapy hy
be t Ioeed 16 IS ants whS my m r
erp. Tbhe agala, if theo nat o et
lature an prlt the armers hmm
milwg the pmouo e of the m tha
s bus wrought out by bau amd
laborioue work, ama they net I w
ask, assure as that we mam ad somn
one to sell our lint eatam to bbwre
the noet eop is set? I o in The
Sun of the 17th te action: "He
Objects." It em at uINmeuis b
Aects, and be Is. I pre me, a hrmer.
His views are good as ar ws they
go, but I beg to de r with you, Kr.
editor, in the view you take. whia in
In part as ellows: -The bt tiht
the ftrmens who admge lem thm a
bale of cotton th ew the B e m t
market at whatev price they e
get for it, is what pmvets thbe who
mak-e a buslnei o growfog ea tm
from obtainang a remueasmtve pe t
oh! Is it pomsi e that t hme wh
only prot ue les than a bale of ow
to e control the Meat eattoa mar-
ket of the word? I am now prpar
to plant my 3th csop M I Alahs eoemu-
ty. For 37 years I hve predued
mg cotton. Part of the tim Iwas
forced to sell at a price fr below the
est of productions, caem by what?
cbho answers, why it was eot by tohe
poor fellows crowding iMs hal Wbale m
the market. No, Mr. wEito, giv W
no drastic legslatin eve ist a
organinaton of sealled farmer ask
for it. They may be wren, a I be.






movev they wo t" rneSA616

selves a U& .Thwe lob* d6 h
Idea tw ataae tw pp" ft a ftw

If I ventured eI*my th"tpbmbms
many, but bimem we t. I

reasonthat. withaeNso

I have "dhMdWen he NI 1 ON GM
or knew dthat am GM ow
wheni seeso m a
mag bb in puhew~wbe go
way 0oo take I"pla 4d *
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as awA a fts Z

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d wo UINs a"bouthsaf
M" soood*a 00 andth
68 yen@Whateer ollowed,

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I am Wba~vw ameI

wfemee enow

SI~ bt vI veW. J.
uGom It owsw
"Nmu" of moo mmu
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0 ae oft NreMI* gum the e5mm
man -3be Nwdb f aw o U ware
ft" meis bo ~ vaorn
Ir o % 80bmo ftbeM Gevermor
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af tl11 10 Ii.6A. Wo
*AV hha 3.6 mpe afIw daysbe.
an so doom how ooread-

*I am:.
946011"to WMaek
SU olessaludo Wel wfth
No w Mad browd Mm iso mahoesm
~ As a mod ta vow be-
Wenmel y d w owreub averted.

NNW we burid'book a"d florh
faivood GooesWoof efht fr th

ML lor do age dsam banking at
ZJolp ~Ie )otob fthe dw
eWMM o sertionthat
IB M pmmusweuld brimg
-omof" n tomvstdid
Wi So No MaNor nwas lled
us- ~Wowngofthe remark
W .dm& ,w dot-ft InCol. Doe..
otGeowr *esamsgnawbas~r-_

m sm O I mn e wasm stad-
i We the ilk to Se seetin
lWbit waar
Im at md a m uand wanted baek
MI- ma tMhe so n of theo hdeti
I efM, r. M e -- aae etn
SeO m ape yea b he im: No.,
i-m ei *l-. I am not. I aw
Gio -had a b tsand et*eA
ama M. he pe waedeOver to the
ms etmes a m e -and te rejoin-
ed me I M: Mr. sharpe, Ito be
daNdT M mg wase. J& is' Then
I y de al d ndV b teamedd and hurried
a yr.' s did oet rees (e COl.
spAr tid Babb Clopor.
ODM sh.o wura..nid to 1ne who
m do tihe neetAng after you heard
ae eoots a bere you asked hei
hto was eetloegr
"Oa ift be did t. He was walk-
m awayr b tMe seo m moft Bshoot-

te- t M ed Ab aed Came.
oift .. e em wwas e es =m in-
eded very bril. th deme asking
only If harpe mghbt ot have turned
ad MeU the sh ootlag without the
w eas aeing him. The young wo-
mea we asquito re that be coua d not
S dhe had nm takes her eyes from
m as the shots were Ired.
several witaneaes testiled as to the
hla mo ot tthe body wbee found.the
a ae of the wound, etc.

After Mim La and Miss SBIer had
gives thir tstim y. Jones. the un-
dither. was reed by the defense
to tll what was in the senator's
peekts. He was asked to search the
overeost Pasket and be d a so. And-
tog a rubber shield or ecabbard for
the barrel et a revolver. He said
that he marebed the pockets the day
ao the kilMag and tound only a massg
mine sad a paper.
The State then asked:
"Was that scabbardl in the pocLket
whnm you got the body?"
"k was fot."
"Hew did it get there'"
"I have no idea'
"Where were these clothes"
"in a wardrobe In the uude'rtaklu,
The State asked at this Iolut thm
court adjourn until today, as the pro.,
enthset' ait witew s as ill. but oul
he on hand today The request san
emipmed with and91 tV selon cki"ed

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MRailke"d Svefw mas Copy of CRfy
-m sa" Es ml.ete m
@e" Made


8T LOl'lS. Feb 19 -A of
divorce with alimony of $IA.oo a >ear
and the custody of bher oU w:ir award
ed Mrs. William J I.-nmp. Jr by Judsl,
Hitchtcok in the circuit court here.
yesterday. The dew-lson followed a
.m'usational. trial whihn laut.d lore.
than a c..k and cleo,'d Tue,-da) lxat
Mrr It111 in alet the at.olety of the.
T .aar-eid t .IN frtre i t iatuitda% iioritiiln:
to Hunidad *ea*e iaitg of eatuch *,.* k Mr
1 'a.111| had t t < ( '1 1 tl' lil ,l' -I. f l
41A ll A lf ('.o 1.S1. 1 1 ll4 ilt l Id
lulll n bUill
For That Terrible Itching.
cLstlnaii ti lI ,r anid alt rn .!n i, k e,
their vaittins in pi-i -Vtual turimeit
rhe appltiatiou of ('hatmbtrlalin
idse *sill nustautly allay this ituhlIu
ad asy e aseb have bs eAredW b'

It is a geertlly poised truth that medicines made from t
m iets arema greatad better adapted to the delicate humuim ,
i every way mithos. compoe d of strong Imineral
aompd. Mer. ryoaA. arseki etc., which are uaed in the
tore most blood msedG ma too violent in their action. d
derang the by ditM the stomach nd digeau,
the bowela, whMni ei r a poog period often case fhoa
.& & & is the oly blood meIP.=n g---abrt oed aimuoltely and p
hie. Itis made tirely ofrmot, herbs adbarks, selectedfor
bea and gavlSitie & & & cures wh mat**m, Cat
UkWe ULosa5 tactss Mood Poison, and all other baa
bamItdm adia perim e blood, sad at the sam time a
th eatie syse by Itos ue vgutoble tomle ekecw ts. & & aor
by youn adold with absolute aaSfty, hd with the assaramnew a
ftuae and e disors due Stoa impaue ad w i blee4
evews raihing dowdsIad Iheredaity tastes okothe-
my medical adviCe wto Wal write


A. L. CLINr,
dome at Crawford
ls. Cas amwered day
Cate a4 dom an precve


010. 8. WALDO,


PV= W**i d *e DW D n:
It i nMw ap to the City Comnel to
Imerm the railroad olelah Just what
they wvt dome em West Mats street.
Tbrgh Chairme OMraves ot the
Wste*t esmMe the reporter was In
ermed Frday that the ranilrd pe
Me were vwlI to eamply with there
Iequest, but Met deire o nlvw Just
what the dty wato dme before pro.
I ease they do d t tato d to pave
the s with vtplied brie: the
ese py wilO have to par 'a e-rtra
@wrd l slmaslie of tI..r tr-
a er lowe"Mg the Sade of same. but
sMtea there put in the vltrlled briek
this ml a l vwill t be -eomry, ad
Wm sAe 'the company several
dmeam dollars.
What the rarad people wat to
hew is what the city nlatemds dol
ad has already be stated, the
-Mrtemde- t as well as other high
Miflrd omelt d -rdstads that they
vw be empelled to Uet the require
Iit, M butCesidr, it umee y to
be put to the etr exzpense of the
guard rail t the ety lateads to ua
This wt s hben ordered but has
beea "h-mlagt" for ome time, and It
looks as If tthe eoul get together and
have some ndersotamding in the mat-
tor and get to vort.


New Wheleeal Ne se MNtig WIth

Frem Smi~des D eM:
The new wholesale grocery business
of the HartSeild Onery Compamy has
Now opened up It full blast, sad the
businee Is far eaeeding their expee-
tatMoss for the Inst few days.
They had seareely opened the doors
before they dtscvored the fact that
the Galaevill merchants would sup.
port them. Tho trade received rMM
the laol merhants has been some-
thanm to fedl proud over. and judging
hem the mamier In which they wre
addlag mew eautomers every day. it
wll not be loa before Jacksonville
houses will feel the effect of the air
very forerly in this Section.
Commnienag next week the com-
pany will have a representative oa
the road Oad will then be in better
e0edltiou to handle the business. Sev.
oral earMoads of goods are being un-
iladed eery day and, the scene in the
tWare warehouse is especially interest-
As will be seen by their advertise-
ment elsewhere, this company ae out
for busitea. but solicit order from
the trade only. and parties doing busi-
nass with them will ind their deal-
ings especially pleasant, either with
the preesdeat. B. D. Hartaleld. or the
secretary. A. B. Hartsafeld. who cons i-
tate the inside force for the present,
but which will be added to later as
the demand warrants.

hr Iaats uad O L

D m tYim hie


an Cput


Orange Park has voted $00 for
street Improvements.

The aeddetal dIaoearce of a pistol
reeultod totally fr i Nellie Walk-
or, a Brooksville youam woa.
The hs= o fSt. Agustine save
their amNal bara dance Wedaesday
evesni., a tor aibe partielpating.
AArraaements have bees completed
fcr the annual conventles of the Flor-
:da State Sunday School Association
ia Tampa, March 23rd to 16th. an-
clusive. The session will be held nla
the FIrst Baptist church In that city.

Hoarse coughs and stffy colds that
may develop Into pamoumala over
night are quickly cared by Poley's
Honey and Tar, and it soothes taam-
led mmbranes, haels the luags, and
expels the cold trom the system. J.
W. MeColla & Co.

The campaign for the cuttnlg loose
Sthe wet end of Hillsboro county
d maak"a It Plaellas county has
been started by the boards of trade
of St. Nttrsburg. Tarpon Springs aad
Clearwater. A streauoues fht will be
waged before me thLeilature.

PInoseeila PFl t L-rippe.
Pneumoals often follows trtppe
but never follows the use of oley's
Homey and Tar. or lwrippe coughs
sad dpeated colds. Refase any but
the genutne in the yellow package.
J. W. McCollem & Co.

For Cit Marshal.
To the Voters of the City of Ganles-
a am a candidate for City Marshal.
to re-electio om April 13. I have
served the people faithfully and eo-
elently, night and day, and my record
is open for inspection.
It my service during the past year
has been -titfetory I ask the sup.
port and vote of each and every citi-
sen who is qualified. I can only
promise the same service as I have
endeavored to give in the past.
Yours for order.
I take this method of informing the
public that I am a candidate for City
Marshal at the election to be held on
April 13. 10M. I respectfully solicit
the support of all voters, irrespective
of party afflllation, and promise to
faithfully and Impartially discharge
the duties of the ofce should I be
elected. Respectfully,
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the omce of City Mar-
shal. to be voted for at the election
un April 13. 1909. If elected I will
ralthfully dl.cbhare the duties of the
al~ce without fear or favor. I re-
spectfully Suoliit the votes of all, Ir
respectlse tof party affiliation.
Sun "Want" ads bring r-sultas



Come and look them over. We a
the price t swit the anim.
AU lt-claim stock.

Davis & Olivo
ULey. S amt Fid UW


Cover the Uou. t4, BrtoL-
vile; meat tU( Ocala and be-
yond; weNt to t5uwannw Ri-
ver; north to Alahua. 11igh
uud Worthiingrton Si'rins,
Cilr IAey, anl alll itrrnu"i


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for One' Ptru.

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refds o4 McLcinev) "S'e V'
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Wce Isb D Cs's Attormy Put Scali

bid b- CW~c'sC PI'okL

STen.. Feb. 19.-Ab-
tatet witnesses and a
S part of the defense to
pia nof procedure caused
yesterday until Satur-
eMgper-Sharlw trial for the
ewe1r Senator E. W. Car
S ate Arst announced that
eane ti chief. When the
E stil Saturday to pre-
I smtinuance was granted,
E8-dlMcCarn announced
wit esseu would be
timWe and that he would

has satisfied itself with
y to prove that Sen-
was slain In Nashville
id Dunran II. Cooi*r;
& Shaarpe. when he heard
jhew what they were with-
aI ond. and that prior to
Several conferences had
This. the State contends.
datio of pr.of of con-
State stops here and
defense to offer its cabe
ly f the Holster.
jLa Inl McCarn has sub-
lloar a itueeb and has
a *core. The others will
uetmerve for rebuttal. The
i wt issued a summons,. but
w anesses will be present
l process. By not issuing
IIt prevents the State from
witnesses' names. The
adot f yesterday's testimony


Pa.. Peb. 19.-After a
SOeitiwgatlon of the shoot-
L. Knaut and Estelle
in a taxicab Wednesday.
e-r anad County Detective
S tat they are convinced
Bin iered the girl and kill-





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was the State's attempt to prove by
Implication that the pistol holster
found In the dead Senator's overcoat
pocket was put there by one of the at-
torneys for the defense. when a few
weeks ago he wunt to tO' miorru'- nd
tried on the ovfercnnt r.wo % ltllqn. es'4
i.tifled it was not in llithe poket when
the Senator was killed. It was found
in the pocket by Gen. Washbington of
counsel for the defense when he tried
on the overcoat.
The frast witness yesterday was
Finley Dorris, a member of the under-
taking firm which embalmed Senator
Carmack's body. Dorris said he ex-
amined the pockets of the clothing of
the dead man the night of the killing
and again at the. request of the State's
attorneys before the hearing for ball.
lie was positive that he searched each
locket and that the scabbard was not
in the overcoat pocket when the body
was brought in and was not in It at
the time of the application for ball.
Several witnesses were then examin-
eu as to the arrest of the Coopers.
Robin Cooper's wound, etc.. after
which Attorney-General McCarn an-
nounced that the State would rest Its
case temporarily.
The defense expects to spend at
least a week upon Its case in chief.
The State in rebuttal has something
like fifty witnesses. Then the defense
will again have its Innings. Counsel
for both sides went into conference at
once. and messengers began to round
up witnesses.


Proved One of Most Deligtfl and
uicceseful of the Seaon.o
From Satarday~s Dally Bs:
Rivaling in magnificence anything
of the kind which Galnesville has seen
in many seasons. was the reception
given on Wednesday afternoon by Mrs.
James Fletcher McKinstry. Jr.. in hon-
or of her guests. Mrs. Anita Hendrick
Spence of New York. Mrs. John Blair
Curtis of Orange Heights. and Mrs.
Andrew Bergstrom of Atlanta. Ga.
The reception was from four to six
o'clock and nearly four hundred
handsomely gowned women were
present. They were greeted at the
outer door by Mrs. James McCollum
and Miss Burkhim. and conducted by
the sweet little card-bearers. Jessie
Chesnut. Jeanlta Davis, Catherine
Halle and Sophie Burkhim. to the re-
ceiving line where the hostess most
graciously welcomed them and Intro
duced them to the honorees.
The parlor, library and dining-
room of this charming home were
thrown into one large reception hall
which was a bower of beauty through-
out. its roomy interior and the brill-
iantly-lighted rooms giving forth such
sweet fragrance from the floral deco-
rations that the scene was indeed en-
trancing. It seemed a veritable con-
servatory and charmed the assembled
guests aith the beauty uof theb ur-
The gui-e.ta ere ert.corttde to the-
punch buW I by Me.-daui,'e Yanct"i
Sydiney Rotl-rtrlon and T. It String
fellow, k h re tht'-re A re Irmet I.\ Ml.''
Wilcox and lElisawth .latni-s and
M-r%.-d to the. rfreslhilig con(itent of
the hugK lho l wthlrii hlIs h .d th ilt kill
of ith- u i1ti l-..ti iilr it I reo. .lraltiloi.
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women, of all ages, for womanly pains, irreg
falling feelings, nervousness, weakness, a
other form of ickneis, peculiar to feals.


It Wll Help You

SMrs. A. C. Beaver, of Unicos, Route No. 1, Mai-
bleton, Tenn., writes: "I suffered wita b.iag-
down pains, feet swelled, pain in ri6ht side, _bli s
pains in shoulders, nervous palpitation, aad other
troubles I cannot mention, but I took Win o OM4ft
end have found it the best medidme I ever used,
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ed to the corners of the bighly-polish- AN
ed mahogany table and festooned
around the reflector, which had as
its center-piece a handsome cut-glass hCoxE m- 1$
fern dish with a beautiful maiden-hair
fern surrounded by narcissus. The WASHINGTON. Feb. l-Tbe e- -
bufet and mantel were covered with tra SeNion of Congress will be
handsome cut flowers ent In by dear vened on March 15. This date was
friends. defintely settled yesterday.
Mrs. Jack Halle and Mrs. Jack Prmal announcement of the date
Denby entertained while the refresh- was made by Republican Floor Laer 3
ments were being served, and the de- Payne, for the informatm of the o
rightful event was so exquisitely con- House. He said be had bee atrts-
ducted that all took their departure ed by Mr. Taft to state that the speela
feeling most happy that they had been season of the Sixty4ret gres
participants, with praise for the would be called to convene Marh
bootess and admiration for her honor- 1th.
ed guests.
Save Money by uyingl Chambertals_'--_
Cegh Ree"dy. LOCHWIAOA. P b. IL-Mr. Seb 3
You will pay just as much for a*1 *" our Lame HOf aw-
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Reme- th* was down looking aftwr bud
dy as for any of the other cough medl- anMe leSaturdel -
claes, but you save money ia buying ta i Alma Watsm, if d landM
it. The saving is In what you get, aot G S's charming youn imos, almd
what you pay. The Mre-to-r-you Mia May Haynmas apet Sanday Ia
quality is nla every bottle of this rea- town.
dy. and you get good results when C. J. JO Mon andm a. Wald. o
you take it. Neglected colds often de- 00o n.,* apent a hfw days t 1
velop serious condltiom, and when week with his seao C. T. John ta. m
you buy a cough medicine yeo wast agent of the Seaboard.
to be sure you are getting me that W. W. Brown. sawmill operate,
will cure your cold. Chamberal's a again started his 1ali renia g at
Cough Remedy always ems. Price this place.
25 and 50 cents a bottle. PRorale by The truck growers eo sals seteod
all druggists. are busy this week planting the talk
of their bes crop, althbo h aome
Notice of ApplkaieMa er Upial have beans up and growing leely.
-Leal& Mrs. a. C. Haymas in laM up with
-a heonfelkoe o0 her ha4d.
Notice is hereby given that appliesa- The cities of 1-asher, atla
ton will be made to the Legislature The citiMens of L esohed ta slam ,
of Florida at the regular sessl to slvs at a iA ftry Iven he Sae &ms
convene at Tallahassee oa April th ay February 13th. A law rowd em
A. D. 1909. for the enactment of awas present and th ay was m
law prohibiting the sale of elaad famous by the many lac rides
or upland cotton in the seed In th taken on the beautital iake. vwery-
county of Alathua during the months body hoping tey ld a M
of August, September, October. No. m oy themelve at other ah try
vember and December of each and here.
every year. This February 4. 1909. er

Hexamethykieetetraimle. Will get into alachlefite
The above is the name of a German means a burn or cut or seald. Apply
chemical, which is one of the many Ballard's Snow Unimeat just as esomin
valuable ingredients of Foley's Kidney as the accident happens. and the pala |eI
Remedy. Hkexamethylenetetramlue is will be relieved, while the wound will me
recognized by the medical text books heal quickly and nicely. A sure cure m
and authorities as a uric acid solvent for sprains. rheumatism and all pains. Ad
and autiseptic for the urine. Take Price 25c. Soe and $1.00 a bottle. Sold
Foley's Kidney Remedy as soon as by W. M. Jobtiso. bt
you notice any irregularities, and --- d
avoid a serious malady. J. W. McCol- Notice.
luIi & Co. Talk notler that I will. on the first
Marriage of Mrs. Cannon.Thurbday of "lay. A I. 1909. or as
Marriage of Mrs. Cannon.
4)4n thert aftfl. as I Iway be" t!.'ard all-
it Isn rt'.s Iidl I l th. ity ply fur a I..trdn forr Will Tlitimas. list *
,if It.. iiarria.tK- 4f Mrs J \'V Canm ti. las co it**-I .at tOhw- rh g i. trm A ti, I, la .i, *. iie It cuirr.d at Mia i l ti. Ciiult (Co'urt fr Ala tmai. (cUvl).
ill l.-i S llin;.ai h* hiit- 'i| l h*'*lIK ID r. Fli,)isla t,f rai,-' An I. Is N\ whlo ti.t.1 f%,r h..rl> ibi l tlhe'itn l.' tl,. rd on the' t rits of the ap OW
Hi,4 it.% ;slid ilt l t v il tti r la. ion -T lt a'l d
,.lI- <, w tiud iog do.lla tr> This W lI..IAll C iiO)I Ki 'lS.
.,Ill rt, it Kr. ,,t t ,iiit e- ti t no il. Attiornty fur .Ptitioner
*ii.rIu= frio-id, it t 0l* I lIli. tuili *ti __"- -
i. tr.i ula.t r.f ho r ito.ini. Fuley's iloteny and Tar clears the air
h he ^ gual. ul (GAlt>.all.loaia a her. o I,.o the irritation its the
|',it"" thrra(t, bouthol= the inflanme'd imenu-
Worn Out. raii. and t t' most obstinlate cough
diLhaIppars k<,re and Inflamed lung
That the .ay you f.-l about the
are- healed ant strengthened, and the
~la-ai )hou ha~e hac kl t'ough told is eapelid frona the systems ite
It." foollabas.hi to let It U on Sld
fuse any but ;he genuine: in the )tl
trust to luck to get oter it ben 1I1 al McCou Cu
lard. IHurehound B>rup ill stop the .
cough and heal the lungs. Price 26c.
oc and 1 0 p~tr bottle. Sold by W. If it's printd stattomery you want.
M. Johaaoe. rthe Sua oclk. l the place to get it

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p an" S What is l

eitNo of the City.

L plmer left yesterday on
gnds in 8at Augustine.
SA. eley of High Springs
to the city yesterday.
A D waves has gone to White
expects to remain there'
-I Toesc is guaranteed to
Sver. cols aad lagrippe.
by W. w. Johamm.
C. Ka Melton and LAcius
S I Manopy were amog
vs vtItl the city yesor-

ahres, a tarpentlne oper-
a dealer of Old
g the business visitors

a successful planter of
Of a prlmineat citizen of
rwas reetla his friends

f Orange Heights was In
Hev as en route
ae r a pleasant visit of
Cedar Key.
S-te and wife. the aewly-
of *lachua. arrived in
erday and are stopping
s oate for a few days.
btartes aad children of
wvh have been visiting
paets near Hawthorn.
Sal yesterday en route
of Archer was
bs ntes lan the city yes-
sme neof the largest cot-
of that sectio and handled
the past season.
baw and daughters, who
leading the past several
t o ly, left yesterday or
S P Beach. where they
ebme retrwa g to their

W of Jacksoevfle retara-
dobeeps yesterday after
Sam e ffclal visit to the
j P. O. 8. of A. In this city
S eveani. He is a member
-uamer of secret orders.
r. mea of the extensive
Ml Newberry. was in the
al y es route to his home.
m d several stores and
me ain the southern part of
Pk were se wyat to look after

S. of the Campville Brick
hI Cumvlle, was a vijttor to
l Stmrday. He states that his
I S aew shippang a great


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hi'.., liarmie.
lAU other it atlter goods.

S tIke Wear at

it TauE Tim

Jhuw. keeps plialel- for-
*J saturated with VIS-
O. You Hieed no rullbbers
S liz your lhors.


many brick to different sections of the
State. which shows that building has
again resumed activity.
C. H. Venable of New York City
was a visitor to the city yesterday.
This is his first visit here In some
time and his numerous friends were
glad to meet him. He will visit his
parents at Arredoodo for several days
before returning to his Northern
A mn Reaurdey's Dsluy Rum
W. W. Thomas. a merchant of
Alachua. was in the city yesterday.
Mrs. C. J. Perry of Rochelle was
among the visitors to the city yester-
Mrs. L B. Fletcher of Waldo was
among the shoppers visiting the city
E. F. Ztrouer of lRoel-.lle. a nmerch-
ant of that place. was traubacting
business In the city yesterday.
Eugene Waddell. a successful plant-
er of the Alachua section. was among
the mt-of-town visitors here Friday.
Mrs. B. P. Jordan and little child
have returned from a pleasant visit
of several days to relatives at Alachua.
Mrs. C. F. Dorman went to Paradise
yesterday to visit friends for a few
days. She was accompanied by her
son. Albert.
The new store building of J. F. Du.-
pree & Bro. is being painted by 8. L.
Gerdlne, which will add a great deal
to the attractiveness of the place.
Miss Atlanta Ellis of Alachna Is
among the visitors to the city. While
here she is the guest of Mrs. W. T. Zet-
rouer and Miss Nannie Dickinson.
Thomas Plnkoson, who has been
confined to his room with tonsillitis
for the past week, is again able to be
up much to the gratification of his
The old Go(s property, which is now
owned by H. A. Ford of Palatha, is
being repainted Inside and out and
when finished will present a much
more handsome appearance.
P. J. Norleet of Newberry. an ex-
tensive phosphate miner of the West
End. was transacting business in the
city yesterday. He is largely interest-
ed In the Franklin plant, near New-
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Parr left yes-
terday to spend the next few days at
Cedar Key. They recently paid a visit
to that point and were so favorably
impressed with the place that they
decided to speed the next few days
there angling for the sany tribe.
Mlss Maude Lawis. one of the popu-
lar teachers in the Alachua High
School, arrived in the city yesterday
to pay a short visit to her relatives
in North Gainesville. She states that
Principal Ellis has again resumed his
duties and that the Alachuas school is
one of the best In the county.
Ifew Snd&eW 5wm..
J. H. Holly of Arredoado was a
the city yesterday.
C. J. Grace of vlaastom wua a v|
itor to the city yesterday.
I. C. Walker of Hage was a
visitor to the city yesterday.
O. C. Huashand sad W. 8. Yearwood
of Melrose were visitors to Galnesville
Saturday [
Joe Chamberlin, a tracker of Ta-
coma. was meeting his friend nla the
city Saturday.
J. W. Englsth. the trucker of Ta-
coma. was a business visitor to the
city yesterday.
lIobe Kennard. deputy sheriff of
Waldo. as transactin business in
the city yesterday.
Mr. J. T Manning of Clarke has
returned to her bone after a short her' with her parents.

Mrs. Chas. Wilson, who has 4,11
i bitlilIChe-r e,ime-r, lInz 8 If i. -igs
for t ho, liot-1-e.~ eral da) a.. trt urte. uipt
her humt. at VFort U.Georg~ ~e. Vtereda)
1' NI teI-t-Oltit .4rr. 9.oeaeip %%a Ii
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till 11.0t 1I-4i 4-14 1-14-1111116tho'Ie 'AA tI IS

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er eel flitkeeAiasA ,. aits the L(it miia.
% iuit ti 4 lit,. ir. kiaureat Slis ma11)C- It,,
I-Ico itie "1111seachi~',iaACdl Jv C' e[I1. 16
f lt-e h.Otejffh 4
*St itter.-Ieig CeettAL& -.' ed 0 1 lit
Pet~rtaburij l'ita---I u I I. kivtib
iVruit. IPrixuet v.- gigo rte lie-'.? eM
tuarkvttlit Statt- ( aColll. geeciet z ii~d

WI corrvopuadvace
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the students at the University. His
arrival will greatly strengthen the ball
team of that latitatieM.
R. B. Weeks of Hawtheora chairman
of the eoanty Wheall hoard, was a vis.
Itor to the city yesterday. He came
over for the purpose of attednlag a
speeal mee ng of that bedy.
Miss WlUe Wyae of Arremoadme
prtiaepal of the seeel at that plaoe,
is aemo g the visitors to the city aad
while here is the guest of Mrs. W. T.
Chesut, om 3. Alabus avenue.
Dr. J. L. Cloud of Alechus, ame of
the business men of that place, was
in the city yesterday. eo Is laterst,-
ed in several enterprises of that towa
and is one of its foremost etaises.
M. Venable and e arrived bo
the city yesterday from their b-e at
Archer. The children will spend the
next week here visiting their rened
mother, Mrs. Joes oft Mst Gaiane-
0. A. Thlipea, a valued ahsubscriber
of The BaS of Rcachals w amammg
the vt ors to the city saturday.
While here he called at this offee
and renewed his tuh ta for
another year.
A. G. Lamb. a *muessful trueker of
MJeauopy. was a visitor to the cty
yesterday. He states that he has
twenty acres In lettaee ao me and ex-
pecta to commence cuttag the first
of the month.
Dr. A. I. CUie. veterinary surgeo.
has opened omes at Crawford &
Davis' stables and solledts a share of
the public bgislnes. He sto a graduate
of the Kansas Veterinary College and
is here to practice his profession.
Calls answered day or ighLt Horse
dentistry, cattle and dogs all receive
prompt attention

House Boat at Cedar Key.
A ( iihex K i'-. a pr illei ,l t 'ititzen
af AliantA tlut who t ne() o tIIt hwated at
' eAlar K<-) for (tl i ei it ftew wt %a- a %i it it, ii. (h< t (t% )ehtrdaLI
tlI. I- 1 taui.X 1,1 t I, at that I sc a' u
ih,,.-, l,-..>t Shil , ,i pliea-ur, ilurilg Mainter
Itiminth. w, which he ill upl-eied lurge 1
inl this etitlo i tIs aint'r hoeuie
uill t lo itmattd at ('learsat-r

Fire Friday Noon.
A oibune ti te us MKt u.uniluei'd thlt di.
partuienl (t to lEai jif,,a lloiille lida)
here the ba-n plia th of J udKe S>d
1. Carter a as found to I" oin sare The
btwans sere buri. d up but (the dipart
mucut ved the ftfee' i, the use of
one of the chemical ealines It was
caused trom a park of a pea lag loeo

Mr. Flheber Hoem ApS.
H. A. Fishlaer mad Nm beie have
returned to ter hom e aNWh
Galanvile after a stay aof several
weeks ear Pleant City. They -vm
employed em the brick work f a
memmh mew phephato pat belg
lasted lan the vIetAtty of Pht Cy.
sad 0ate that It is ae *of th e
eeeiqutpped i t~e eary.
The 181Mi4gs are es8struted o ma-
torial sailar to that of the aew Ma-
omis Temple this elty. sad th
makinery wi be epemted by ele-
tricty. Bverythld emete with
the eterprMe h bes e rsod
with a view to durabity, as the es
peMt are ougas to he saufic t to
kehave beel vatin tea as pem eE my
ears.l daye to

pr el phe -- with te tland
a md the aiastaher vered ther Ta e
rg alder of the party tppedad i
Tampa ftor a few 4aW to voiit e r
tatte Fair.
meo"u Pewm Cuba.
MWre J. 0. Adreivesad wte, wbe
atve rdaybeear isitinghe pn a theatres
several days. returned to their hems
here yeNtray. Mrs. Anrw was
p rtichat letter had Wreached the s
and the advan taso e red theet he
remained of the e party eto.e in
Tampa to visit the tairea their re
LeUtes TakesAop
Wire messagrtes reasve for ale at tty
Saturday bear the pleasing Informa-
tino that lettuce bad reached the high
price of 4.M per basket he mar-
ket was sid to be bae but it will
not remain so at those prices.

Typewriter ribbons for sale at this
efice. The t st on the market Only
sehenty-five cents. All colors and for
Ise on all St endard machines.


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Wefta- m tss trewt.Carp.
FOR SA~LA-Very p olib t $
balsna"" mt md iAlt,
lam" of mUeobCurellen. L
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Established Over Twenty Years

Capital, $100,000.()0


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

Jam. M. (raham, Pm.
L. Ahid. Vies-Pm.


Our Stre Will Be CliMe

on Tuesy, 23rd,

On which day we will move to our w

store-the old "Hy& coer." We will

be ready for bnes there Wedmday

mornng, the 24th, and will be glad to se
new customers m well asm the

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