Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 31, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00886
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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.J-R. fiT.nitTiUSTTODAY., MARCH 31, 1901 TENCENTSAWlSri

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KiSOMS' IS INDICTKO BY OftAND JURY. BULLET WOUNDS -v.W'VVv- ()cTO"

A, RNlEi > EXILE WELCOMED NOT GUILTY, WAS..
Cincinnati Millionaire" / li bullet I"
Cnaroedl wftJ
Embezzling Sum of
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,, SEC Atlanta March 52000.30.-Th* grand ju: CRUTCHFIELD Ctaclnaatl. HI.O..H&$4't: %' t)....VPII. MORGAN VEI M.

) ..... -." _. "hursday found aa Indictment ... 7'p turn A. Proctor. tf/SA.I'4.lt1Af t of the
Gtb3i lets )I. Turner charging him with Proctor A Gamble 4JV, D4d on ol

4 .f. Seriously embezzlement! from the Georgia. Loan HU Wife and Children Will Remain ... of the Hna'a f<\ //b'th. 414 oa Unusual Scenes at Trial

hJweL and Redemption company, of which Thursday aftemooAwonad. ttOM a ballet
.. be 'was secretary sad treasurer. In Atlanta. selfinflictedOleadale. \ 1.( N_ "In. all Methodist Minister.

The Indictment did not come In a suburb OV 1\,1' MIT.

TO 1> .ITALIANh nature of a surprise to,those who REMARKABLE CASE IS ENDED When aanouncemJkU /\ "Mtn made olU TRIAL WITHOUT. A
lave kept up with the ea... When death It was \ {Nt >at death PAR)

Mr. Turner was arrested, at title Instance resulted suddenly aA, \k .JU dot des I

Theatrical Compa.atast of Judge J. C. McKlanon., of Understood that Mrs. Crwtchfleld U velop! until some bob\> Thter that 6t<< : During the Trial .l edge. art
;.j-raI.. Mombwr Z*. Msrianna. Fla.. who .wore' oat a had shot himself li> td.. grid wblU and Audience
2iesh r ......... Wr warrant fa Judge Orr court, ho gave Considering Study of Stenography alone la the bath r l A Bow In Prayerw '
hood In tho sum of $2.000. When Judge Calhoun Tells CrwtchfUldthat Coroner Cameron ;,4a edited a1i d Was Most Representative$ that

J" tlpllntft:, 1 ho committment trial came up Mr. began an InrealRatYtt th*! elrcum. Attended at Trial. ar
Him.I
Ar. Down n
People *
C ...L..' .atef< ) .-A.. alaaM -I Turner waa sick aad Judge Orr postponed 1 s fiance of the sho : AA *l>d In the
till;;a-oan Padflc the bearing until April 1st. Atlanta March 30-J. U. Crutch I meantime refused U V/V% *ny state* WrightsvllI. 0.... March 39.

9 eta 4 ....bttd, .... east Judge McKlaaoa was not at. all Held left the city Friday to return to meat except to say' /,V \\(. Proctoi case against Presiding Elder L\
...-.tnI''adtsraoonwl1S111 : ha leased with the turn affairs t *1t. the stale of Georgia no more. had died from a buJ\fy\ 4ud. Mr.. )Morgan was concluded with a.
N.;:-t firom Na>w Or- tod It wan then planned to present Thursday be appeared before Judge Proctor was widely \V\AA lA business diet of not guilty after the jury

leslaeloo' ran taco aaTw the entree to the grand Jury aa soon Calhoun pleaded guilty, was sentenced circ>s and was a t p10t"nt la.tn., been out only long enough to ,
". eC te 14 coexAes aa they'met.Kugene to 12 months In the chalngang la tile Protestant' W/,Pprt t church! the papers before them. 'L,

. Tweatysiaperaoas> R. Black who waa temporary and assessed a fine of S2 :bar.'been killed aadrtH receiver for the company aadon of his promise to leave the s liberal ". r. the Jury. The personnel of the ,

.....b17 total aauchI based whose*. A.report the warrant sa state, the chaining sentence wai Ills wealth was lV'Nwtl4 at man yrendered returning the verdict made the '
P.
.| ra4 Jtumber. aboatt John Marbut. R. D. Cruso. suspended. This he. agreed to. nd .d lUtDns. most of yt b had bee n the mote complete vli
I' Windsor P. McClelland end J. P. b*. paid his fla_. made by himself. X10 *sa noted ion that a defendant could ask. .i

iNiek.i were hurled I lafMr inns appeared. before the grand This ends one of the most ,.remarks for the roopwatlve.Ticlon //I's1bt for dl. was composed of some of the' ,,
.... were. amashMe Indictment ble cases that ever found Its way into of profl.s witVhs ji'lofets' wblcJ known and most substantial
; .t'.Tth. dead They the charge that Turnerembezzled public print bad designed fob V U t onipany. of the county of Johnson, ten M
sum of Ij52.000. He Some from ''all portions of the
'
New York sad New was served years ago Crutchfleld and bis ; county
to ..aa. Ihtb..rsaokr aat 1sco. and madea with notice of the Indictment wife came to Atlanta from .North Cured of Stray f1ltiiLtlen. numbered weal. of the close TI
new bond.
f' ... aadwerebroebt day Mr. Turner la atlll at hi. Carolina. Mrs. Crutchfleld was New York. Mar(d\ O.rgttet nf- friends of the prosecutes. w..
,.,_ .._ bom recnperaUac from his recent country ell I pretty woman and attracted attentionon ferlng from a strfUlih( tr1lctiun for Flanders; while a number of the.

to .ea*. and could not be seen He la- the streets and In. other places. three months. wh/y\/ t7MYlnted;,bkn perhaps, never saw the defcadaatl
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Ood!.. ooeldtab. be reported to be Improving and will two a The couple 'did not live- happily and from speaking FV\I\ 3pospltal fore' he flp1*,here for trial, and < j1
..'.dsetlibsd Carabe bo oat.Twentyeight. they 9gured In more than one court years olj. left n\j\\f\\/' on a few oT them. were well ac p

raised until tns bills and two no evlftode as the. result. Charges andcounterchance Thursday night \(\yq/glttely l cured.struck with him." There were very ,, '
t '_from. Loa Anknown bills were returned by the grand Jury were made and for Last winter helrltr Aw' on member*. of the Methodist chorea>
cad then f I adjourned subject to salt a time It looked: as It one or theother the bead with a bly\' jtt by a negro I the jury !'

are to Aaton*'the ladlctmeats were W.. B,. would secure a divorce. Infact. who }fled to rob V V* A row dr* I The trial Is without a ptrsllsf
George I + hInstantly Mrs. Cnitehfl.ld Instituted' later Delrleln : the records of the
rP Putnam# tor perjury la connection with proceedings bega /V was the power << county and
1a kill testimony which he gave In the suit but withdrew them. of ....-.eb. At g1(11tw4e/ hospitalfUlrleln. haps of the state. The crowd a|
whoa* nam* he brought against T. W. McCord f la Domestic Infelicity culminated la a the X-ray showed 'V' \ iVlflcln's skul l Ing the trial Thursday was

u d t was alsoGlarvae the city court. George W. Mitchell tragedy. Crutchfield went to the had been Ir.ctur"h''I..., portion the most representative ever '.lacovrtbouse .
r, K.rman waa Indicted for assault with In home of hit wife one evening and shot of It to press upot 1-1 futrttos of the here. It numbered
r VICtoC tent to murder for shooting Mrs. May her In the leg with a rifle. For a brain which fOatf'4/W t.h'aC.1/ or- leader of the city and county

la tbo Mitchell. Two fndictmeats were .... time It was thought she could not live gans. | An oper.IW'rfol'1Ded, q. social business, professional i
gers. only twoInjury. turned for kidnaping-one against O. bye\ the limb was amputated and she and a small plf'CeI.\., aKoll" relllO.eel. .- clerical; while the number rC
.' B. WeHs. charged with kidnaping Alpboa la now on crutches. Crutchfleld was When Belrl'JV J hkMerM from present from the !sounding of the i

coaches and 'th* [ .* Sanders, and one against .1. ,' acquitted at the trial the jury being' the effects of the i""I"tJc/ it,, was for trial .t f1 o'clock In the
on th* r.arot th* O. "'.tkla.. for kidnaping John Low Influenced to this verdict through a found that he coup' \w. until the return of the verdict
tho track la Stephens. Two Indictments fcmurder r I feeling that If Crutchfield were convicted few minutes before midnight was;

I .betts Theatrical were also found. i I his family would be a charge Drawback to e5tIn. unusual feature. and at the same

,N. coach, whichand.both oa the community.' Judge Roan, the New Orleans \ draw. a tribute to' the respect and

ends Two Negroes Meet Death trial Judge openly criticised the Jury. back to immigratfy _1t0 the south isCommis In which Rev. Mr. Morgan 1s

0 Impact against ] Atlanta March: 30. -Flak *5foor* for Its verdict. pointed out by Ip1y0: lt tlVh here. From a distance there
BO other twenty and Will Smith, two negroes who The direct cause of Crutchfleld's stoner Prank P. > I\Rrdt.: a* follows: leading members of the South I

Injured. Miss were fearfully: Injured la the explosion banishment. *** from the state was the There Is one thing fb'flr people of the gla conference and ministers t
att.. of dynamite or percussion caps early I e t on. Colonel John Temple south must learn j Ipd, bAndliag or churches. ,
data:of tho one a. Wednesday -... Immigrants. ..-t5 t ;be state's
morning In the Peters'street -'Us nay better attorney had said
Awarn remarkableBTOprtia freight yards of the Southern n telling Crutchfleld of the salt wages; or the 10r\l lt tily till not rem.11I I tins was a case which shows
) carriedtracka railway', died at the Grady' hospital. matum of the court Judge Calhounstated with them A' south Is bad prayer was needed" being one bet

Y Increasing the deaths caused by' the to do that there was nothing for him ly In feed of agrl\h4flsts,\ but It la preacher }Ir.- Stubbs COD
where th* explosion lo four. but leave the state; that he batS not possible for his '
It was realised thin, lA/TrVr* and plant argument by saying that be i
which la la th I. by the physicians gotten bad reputation and the people ers to keep with the
at the hospital as laborA/y/ JM/ a wage of 'o stag's attorney In hla
: byte of Colb 1noon the were down on him. cents to ft d I
aa men were examined. that per yyvh.n they can meet that prayer was appropriatf'lsaid
notlfled of tba nothing eould be Crutchfleld admitted this to be i s secure a wage of he
done to save their tact. y "fa tb. cities and would accept the cl
flurried to th* live, and they were rendered com state of the nortL, and thereupon called on jury 'Nk
and nuraoa wmadia n lonab possible It Is understood that Mrs. Crutch
) .. bar '
Y until death re and audience to bow' witk t
sad Cow |1- lieved them of the sufferings entailed fleld band will that not leave with her bus. Died of Br\"/', Qteeak. while he by their ; she will remain In Atlanta Toklo.
frightful wounds. StarchJlherooon-- all feelings
The of animus and 19
IM th* train WI and he will pay' her f 10 a month Duke of
aajmpport "
MancbetV 440 might be
for was tea ended by this trial. W
of,a .wltch herself and children 8h cling with '
.ia e Jame\ Ile4ry Smith exact Justice to be
done.
It
*>en-at New Trial la Denied. oas of late made some Inquiries re- New. York who d\A/ J of most waa
that th* engine } aRwell. Ga.. March. 30.-Judge gardlng shorthand schools, end It 'Is on March J7. ..I \ }.l-Kioto. JapanSmith that has unusualand touching a''
witch a few mla Walter L. J&lod.< ... of the city' court understood she purposes to learn ste_ of acute died occurred In a trial her.. Emany
Height' '
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yV *. year
endlag I la iek
land appeared.Jklorflson. of.lI.rt".II. baa handed rljwn a decision Dography and try to tiff a position a. pneumonia / On

waon la the case of'CaJlte MouchetJtersus stenoarraDher. acl@nf''' ... ..1rr/4hJbb..... .. __ known'L to .1--. the return _.of_ the verdictMnuuiaiei,7 gal
tla. ..Itela ... the Southern --- ---- v V' Q.a Ine com. oa adjournmentthere : or
b. Railway company plaint without ,4N
!
.,th* other track ', denying a new trial, which was I Makes Offer to Minority StOC holde,.. transported .yVlIII.. body wll waa an unusual demon
the lD.a.lf ; asked by the Chattanooga to fV\ hdtne> Is AJner!. on behalf oM&e ..pectatora.ro.df'd .
a railway Tenn.
& a* company. )Mrs. March 3i\>._ ca by the earlles\ J _
:h.n.* fireman Mouchet sued for and recovered i An ultimatum was also given that 1 t is r. around the defendant
4 Z# madj Megleeted to doa II.'" for' the killing of her husband learns that Louisville and Nashrilallroad . Negro congratulate him on his vlndl wt

w 't whistled frantlc- at nowersvlMe. Ga. In the spring of '/ directors made an offer good Jackson M Hang... yt "' .g"olla. aver hook hands with the Jury. api- Mu
.I to clos It. Tb* last yea\r. The case was stubBoraly until April 15. to the minority stockholder Coleman u yrcp 30.-: -Chas. then sangPraise God std.
la tease aa Mor- contested, la th.' ltJ' court, 'occupying of the Chatfeioogn railroad ;guola! for a the nesM \' leis hanged .t whom all messing Flow." an.J ai

ir : r the awttch befor* three days fn tb. trial. The ease An ultimatum was also give nthat I t lion. -another n1 Mader of Id do DH. I the court room."i'

.; ,, -'>>Janged. through.b wilt go to the court of fppeals. said sVockholders would '!lot ..11. th? was public >.a "' The hanging The people! here boiler th*. h
AhnetA of the
proposed buyers would not address made an trial clear the good a
S waa duo. la Loa .*: Mad Dog Bite their option on the tcajorlty exewls of the e was Innocent from U a>.tA.4.tila.\ /r1TOgrs saying heMs the county. from the odium ot 111

nK owns nearly '2 boars XJttsjVsIa. C..ltd. stock It. Is nndfra x*! that the bearers prosecution. .
Ga. to
March | L.
kay
30.
vA away ,
t dog N agreed rl: #rA bad
wad ruanua: at a belonging to I to pay one million 1-. coiapaa-
Z. try n. tiIlantsvtile
Miles
.., ; of this piss e was Alabama P
? gOVAeed Minister Dead.
w I.. . There Was ab*I upoeed: to be mid hundred Wand dollars fo ':: minutes dead Ia
bit Curtis Black.coon r afterCases
of the cataatro- t Cb.UMnoo.ra d V" Qrpp tell. Ala. March **.-
the urn railroad
fyearold son of Mr. and stock.a John M Ranister.!
47 old.
ear sew the complete. year stint
,distance signal *child j I _._ __ of RelfhyA' Delusions. tor of the Iufscoyal: church of. Hi }t
away sad ,
gonad a. whlstl of. | lea. I Cardinal;; Macehl Dead. Chicago. Marcy>j .. Bi&ht case of Tjlle. tied Friday zooming. H., Nn

lass '.to,'........* ihabrakos. carried him; to The> the parents Pasteur of the boy i home March Su,-Cardinal Lulg Judge rellaloug deIualgb> I vfe tried by a"native of Petersburg.Va.% :. He
t" I < institute I.eehl.cretarJ'' Smiley 10 fyA n for years of age. graduate of
.: H* call- la Atlanta fo apuvtollc briefs. the insane _
t., to .Ja8aP; 'aad both waa killed and rtreatmeat.his head The dog died Friday after a sickness ef only. I'.. of of detentid1Mpltsl/ Thursday toa. and before entering th.' :
trosa' was pat to twelve hours of thr ..f r""J iauglned try waa a lawyer. aa4 1
: opposit. sides oa the Pasteur institute apoplexy. He eele that William ,
-. n., *agne left the for ,dl..ec 2 io..* brated mass Ttinrs) morning.. The cross they were 'doon/y/\, t. 1Ialle4 to a college conferred th* d.cree .. < y
S 4 over oa Its aide aaddlktaaco I cardinal was hum In Brazil in 193: and threwvVv noting' during tor of divinity upon him, fa It
Order Lent
;'' ... aloaa; th* Can to Chic..... and was ebvated to the snet.J: col :oas o*. t\A thr!' .. hat eaten was the father of Colonel lefts
_
Francisco. March 39.--Th. legs In 1SS3: anything slice \ \ SundaA Banister, and Major Wllllm 8. i y'
whoa
Call says that Lieutenant they
General .
were
thur MacArtanr baa been ordered Ar.to I .a.e.f\\ tobos..tal, : I.t.r. of the United Spates ara T-

ward Chicago to take command of the depart I n.......Report Mares..30 Denied.,-A' Ysecg1sots-Nv----, AAuMy, Sh.t. a..,. elbwn.e\a,. fi..
C. neat of report .
tb '
lakes. Oeneral pnb -
-' :,ice |I Arthur has lilac I llsbed here by the CommTeio we Ca., btlrtb 30 The Jackson )11.... March 30.blowers .-
pres. been cal
ta:
stationed "
here e
for the I young sea of
Cuba 1\1\1 t t e robbed the Farmers-az''
01 th 'laat lout ,.",...: here eoabervstlve aew.pap.r.. aka CUvrtand lJAceor Asa c. chants*
aa ; Count atelnhsrit i w4. tu was rb'Igee tUy .bot National bank of Han*
I'" ease N'.J fatafly .... and an
.C .d.-- early
.al- jt hour
Provisional >
--- CovernosMag. is de- a1as> the I r, j. C. .T.,.. lag 13.004. Friday morning. ,
laJ' both M*r Stelahardt sal Oov. atte"4J\\ rlcf.. I, dutng o9loskm! Two women hea
everything4s'Hfa Mte to ami gave Ike alarm:
o.- .... the u. x
but time
AA Little bog. the vlllagera bad -
f.- a pws.. the robbers ldV afj
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Ex.l.sive HYDE'THE : :Jepartmesl.

In
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Spring lIitI..I'J !- : STilE BF 1001 VALVES AX0 LOWS + "I each; day. .omethttg .
q' i What ,
PRICES FiR (VAUTY.. ftttfOd a out pieaeor.1t la thin d.lek'

We anticipated the tremendous advance ha.IDIr meal without the worm

in all lines of Dry Goods and pre- .. your smad. -

J and Jost a lit. almost last ?ou be.a"lla. d
at tsple .e
seasons
this goods
tie. snore tyls for you t 4' 1 aDd .al.. '
even lees money years prices.It ha.. in FiDe' Tail
a thaa other.&'00 in White Skirt.. Suits and Bow
!, is particularly true our '
? I* oar troaa point ? w Lr Slilrt 'V.I.ta.
Is. Millinery '$m.r Goods Department, our Immense Reserve .. We ean fit melt *By "
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presage Stock makes the almost inexhaustible and parse.
t W. do.', bailee supply %Y
1:= In uniform *,,1.. .
Oar Idea la trims If you can't appreciate the advance

.4nexhaostlble.miog are almost just ask: any dealer the price of cotton -

A goods today, then see the value3. we offer TMb Fabrics

IQ all line.
M -On* lot Infanta' Wash Cape at
CI A'
I. &atfprfc' } ctightty aolled. bat hardly h
A RtYaUtiiR ParaaalaBautlful Goods that can be laundered and still hold colors are In treat.

To Busy Mother mand. We hare the belt the market afford. 1-t
*
White Embroidered
L tf Suds aad Silk In our Infant and Good Dress Ginghams..S l-3c, lOc, IS 1.,1k '
ffhst M and Silk Para* l. from >t 9c to
Children'. Depart 36-Inch Pecales,15-oent.aloe... 4". . .. . .... . ..... 121"-M'
"'.00.
.: TO FILL TilE# SEASON'S DEMAVD9 ment.You can bay Jafa.u' Fine Figured Lawn.fautcolors ........ ....'.9. ..............,.Ie

Material'la PaFte ....-. Whit D,..... nicely Fine Figured Lawn, worth 10o. ................ . ..........71.11.

'. ,. .." *... lO-eeat train*. ...... ..... . ......8ge made*of from elegant 2Se material to EMwraMara- Callara Fine Organdies and BatUte, beautiful p.tt.ra..IOr. 131..Se..]

UK.........11.....' vain.... . .................5OeBoeU. >12.80. Sic yd. m X'r.

i alit *.*..LOO.. a....... . ......... ...7ie<<1 dren'You can D,buy...e*Chil in Will .-.* re. roe, ISc, 19e See the Sceiene and Baaiatdilks at...... ...... .. . . ....,,,.. '
r .Voile., black... solo. ....... .............o whit and colored.worth lOe IS*, Sic Me.
Voile..a beautiful fabric worth today *2.00Qfciaa wash fabrics. rises 1to
La ...t..."...... ...... . ..............1.7. 14 year GreataMortment
of .
atlk. SO seas value. . . ....... . .......S9e The price style N
range HastaryFor
tllttl.. 811-ke......, value..... .. ,. . ..... .....6ee from 25e u> 43 SO.Waah .
WlaWWaea Bilk. II6-.. .value....... ... .......SIe # Valutsla
.. BtHs the whole family. Special

Ladl .' Fait Black Ho**, worth

r f. 'SiMiil ValMS, Beautiful White Wah pattern Beits today 23c .. ISe

., lee to 5Oe. Fine Black LUle Hose 35- la lavtahaM. and lad' Llatas
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'.. .. .. cent ralue . ..l.e .
... .. Lads La f trawasWnlte.
;0" ... Fine Gaux Lisle, Hnee. this Why worry with the making of Sheet and PiUow.Cae* whee
.... ... Lawn.2fi-cent: value. . . . . ...De . Black and want col. ..'e. . ..:k to *1.SO can buy them fall-size and ao nicely made? "
or* Every one
Fertlaa Lawa.BO a a$..III......... .....:9etajJnoo.worth them.. . . .
42xM: Pillaw.Cases.worth 15c... .. . . ...... .. ...
SM.:tt:. ....... .. *.....Hlawta We have them lie Infants Socx. Llc- Strlr"le
Ltaoa. .worth 2Oj u... . .. .. . . .1 S i.!e to .oo. IOU, . to Sic pr 42x34: Pillow-Cases. worth 30e72x9O .. . . ... . .. . .. .. . . . ,,

worth '6s. . .... ... . . .'. ... ..... tie Bleached sheet., worth 50c81x90 . .......... . . . . . ..,.

worth 20a. ,. .... ... . .. . . 121-2c Pepperell Sheet . . . . .: . . . . .. .:... . . ..::

s" worth COo..,... .... . . . . ., . . ..aklIadra..slra 8lx O Salem Sheet.. .. . . .. . . . . . .. . . .............Z:
value.Whit ., . . . . . . 16e W 6. V. HIDE r {OtIPitll."THE
Beautiful Bd Spread* from . . . . . . . . .6ctel
Msdrar. 2ft-ce. t ..I.L_ ......,195.R ,
'.on, worth lAe, . ....... .,. . .. .JI ,' . .-. .IOe Table Linen at last season'. Pile/I. That means great saviag

:Lon .worth 20J.. . . . . .. . . . L'. .1 S I.te BUSY STORE. you.Death. ...


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AND the office of the clerk of lb. circuit A HIGH COMPLIMENT. of Mr*. Sharp.T. A WalOo Marriage. ,

: eon"t. R. Pitikett of \..berr, ".. In I Weldon W. Packham and 31 .
a CONDENSED The Woman'. Christian Temperance .Attorney Robt E. Oavi Appointed to the city Friday lie brought inform trude 1-;. Triest were marI
Union will hold it* regular monthly Good Office. lion of the death of Mr U. M. Sharp neld., at high noon at the

Palmer wa tradlogRose business meeting at tb. readingroomfooday The Tim....Unlon of Friday, the of Tiger Bay. formerly of N..berry, lb. bride. parent. Mr. aol
i afternoon at halt.pa.t 3o'clock 39th int.. has a notice of the appoint. which occurred a few day ago. I Charles Trie.t. all of this city*;.,,
i to Tampa, meats made by the president of the Mrs. Sharp was originally )Ii.. Kate Mr.: Packham. familiarly' 5i_
J to look after hit Judge Mason Friday I..Qed. Florida State Bar Association. which Knight, and wa eared near Jonr 'Don.* i I. a native of Englaatfj
r i.i i. marriage license to Alonxo Jimasosi Col. Rob E. Davis of this city I I. ville. Notwithstanding atlas was only h.. been a citizen of Waldo ff i
and Mary Chair' ,colored and h.dlh.1 named a* a member of the committee forty..iz year of age. she was the year,while hit bride I. a WaM 4
i general manager ol exqolsite pleasure of Joining I oa legal education. This is one of ..b.mo.l mother of seventeen children four Rev D. L Branning perforaefceremony. .
.,1 Mjkaoavllle railroad the matrimonial atate. I teen of whom are living. Her ..
important standing committee.of death A few Invited tepreseat .
i a brief ba.ia.e. trip T.J. Sweariogen. the naval stores occurred her .
F the Association, and the appoint on birthday.Mr and a sumptuous dii_ ,
: operator of Kanapaha. .was In the city meat I I. indeed a compliment not onlyto Sharp wa a member of the erved. The present receive
of High Bprlng and ,...terd., oa a visit to hit family. U,. Attorney Davis. but the city as...n. : Baptist Church and her funeral was handsome, and ibis young i
Waldo were. lath.ees.oonected Sweariagea owns and op.r..... ,of This committee I* a most Important conducted under that ritual. She wa the best withes of the com .
i with the most Important plants theeouh..one. and It Is I Its duty to examine and buried at Tiger Bay W.Uo New. '

; ty.Work pass upon the proposed ah.DR-ela the '
; on the Christian ehareh seema system of legal education, and to ... Notice of Citizen Meeting! Off to Tallahassee. ::{
1. to be progressing nicely,ate It will be 'amine the nraetlcal working of the A meeting of the citizens of G.lne.. lion. H. U. M<;Creary left Sat
only a matter of a few week. before>> I present lwn regardo the admissionof ville i I. called for Friday night at eight i for Tallahassee where he will i
; .WTAuT!(' the congregation .will be worshipingthere. candidates for practice in this o'clock to lb. court hua... The pre. sent his constituent In the State I
\ This building, while small State, and to contest the right of all nee of ALL alaheD' iolorrctrd |I. the ate for the next sixty day.
will be op to date in every way and a applicant whom the committee feel future of Gainesville i. earnestly r.. MeCreary. a* has been stated, ta <
credit to the denomination here. are not qualified.This quested for at that time an opportune prentative of any faction :.t
IKttlftll George R. Kills Las returned from I* quite a compliment to Mr. ty will be offered ANYONE whu may tion. but the whole people
2 an extended visit to South Florida.Mr. Davie. and U duly appreciated by him.Arwayj wish to speak and replies will be mad would 1M glad to bear front
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Elite that the to whom he can be of .*.I.taa0e
states In
( drought any questions which may be asked
,.' that section I* a. serious a* U I. hejaib .}<..p. Chamberlain Cough touching the pan or present admin>.. the eion. --i,.
."i Jut received aof sod that farmer and huh grower aW Remedy in His House tratioo of the affair of the city. Entire Force SelectraT. .1

; .w tha Celebrated : suffering a great deal. In many la. N\fI would not be without Cham J- FMcKtxrraT.JK... Chairman. Atlanta March :O.-At It*'
t.taoees the orange tree* are thorough. berlaln. Cough Remedy It is, kept of the police board Wednesday
1 '_ D CLEANABLE r 1.Ihe4.04 have the appearance of on hand continually In oar home" : Maxim Gorky Seriously III. the entire force from chief
{ LINED BE. dying. says W. W. Kearney editor of The In. London March :0.-IA. Rome tan. creed upon This much caa

t and can suit ,| .A letter received from a..". s. B- dependent Lawry City Mo. That I I. Patch to the Exchange Telegraphcomp.cy lied upon a* correct despite
& his I says that Maxim Corky the that the commissioner pleUxe
Rogers by good wife' yesterday Just what every family should do.
rie or price. : bear the information that hi* condition When kept at hand ready for Instant with Russian writer I. seriously Ul there selves not to tell a thing

w eatir.sIxaft se&. I* 11111 unimproved, although It us*. eold may be cheeked at the outset I eoaaamptlon.__ __ done..except the naming of a'Keataeni
I ha been decided ---------- =::-
not yet to perform an and cured in much less tim than I
you with ptauore operation,on account of the weak eon.dltlonof after it ri*. t>eeume settled In the .,..
,' year's customers I the patient. Mr., Ro..,. Is tem. This remedy. i i. also without ,y. S MtI i SEED C
..t marie Jut year is a IIQ a sanitarium In Atfanta. Ilia peer for eroup in children and cil
here will regret to learn that the attack when given"
Ill thia aeaaon. Ihi..d.[ prevent a* soon I ( 1uurpj\
he I* not Improving. .. the child become hoarse, or even. Seed CN .

.i'L.aks iattar Prof and: Mr*. 3. II. Owen and after lb. croupy cough appears, which : tl q: Cork rre.... rERQREEN. ,
r than daughter, little Mis' Bernia. .were In can only be done when the remedy I I.I I. prsllS1
temperature the city from Roehslle Saturday. kept *t hand. For sale by all druggists 111..t.
the market. I r
: Prof. Owen i* the efficient principal t'.U.w best ;
"' Dips of Marthr Perry Institute, which
TO Isl I DmtPrica
Hague School Opened.A '1 White
one of lb. largest *J6 beat seboo! In
"' wilk leea lb. county. III stalls that the thr.. private letter to a friend here contain
sG rr Bake"to- act comedy drama "The 'Squire.. the statement that the Hague : dart ,
school ha resumed, being opened for
Deoghter wkJafcjBjae/preeeated FrU Pack 4S f
lb. extended The ,
day ev or aM term. name of tb.
teacher la not given but it I* said that vtbal SI I
_hoot opened with a fall attend. ,,
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';! Tm. CHURCHES T9DAY.'r EIGHT MILLION MORE PEOPLE.In '
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f Various. Places of Worship the United States New Than Six

! ..,.....;,..,.... Osslrine May Attend. See US Years Ago. MOTHERHOODThe
Washington March 3OThere
be held at the various : areow
will
,........--I.t Sabbath ae followpt >> nearly S.OOO.OOO more peope In first requisite of a good
k Rev. T. J. continental United States than there mother Is good health and th. eaperienos > ', r
'.J1II' lletbodlst Charch. were six years. ago, based upon figures of maternity should no* a* "
for All
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Beoday school' 9:90 a. m.! approached without careful physical.
compiled by the census bureauIn
e ,' by the pastor at 10;4S a. m.; preperatlon as a woman who is In *
a special report Issued Thursday
Brssorrectlon of Jeso good physical condition transmits to
-n. According! to Its estimates, the population her children the blessings of a good 1 "
8.tv ee.
...;.ration t9 Christian of continental VnTled States constitution.
,:- will meet' at 2:30 p. m In ltllCas ft3.941.S10 an Increase Preparation for health ...

.: x.-'Kca. as 3:30. Evening sere over 1XK of 7.'16.933. The population nity is accomplished by Lydia; E.Plnkham'a V
" o'clock labJ 1". 'TheE of Vscetablo Compound f
ate 7t50 ; the United States Inclusiveor which is made from native roots and
;E:. Mrti.ell -oie. HighClassPlumbing Alaska and the Insular possessions herbs more successfully than by any
>*,( pfbjterisn Church Rev. In 1906! was 93.1S2.240. other medicine because* It give. tone T
V' "' Hay Morning service at I The growth In population In continental and strength to the entire feminine <
p[
, i.ioek'; offering for minUteriI. l United States from 1905 to organism and curing inflammation displacements and the-nleeratkm ***MRS sIgMCS C zTCR

school at 4 m., 1906 was 1.3C7.J13. Computed on w
Sabbath p. result 1a less suffering and more children healthy.,Wrth. For
the basis ef the the
estimate densityof
.fllllac service at half-past 7, than thirty ,.an
r< 0 Llchtensteln of St. Louisseeash. population of continental United
jbtv.A.. States In 190C was 2S persona per Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable Compoui

d J A. TJehtenstein of St. Louise square ml!.. compared with 20 In has been the standby of American mothers In preparing for chlldbti
I", 1900. KotawhatMrs JamesChester.of W. JJth St.Iaw York
: times In this city to- says ta-
'..,iireseb The fire leading cities and estimated letter--Dear 'I.... Plnkhsnu-wish.. expectant mother knew_5
AllOsSO. m. he will preach atVint population In 19'>5 are: Lydia, E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound. A neighbor wile bad leas
Baptist Chnreh. His subject New York. 4.113.045; Chicago of Its mat value at this trying; period of n woman's life urged IDe

' 4b,k "A* a Jew What I Know We Da ItRI5HT 2.049.1S5: Philadelphia 1.441.733: ; I It recovered and I did so. and I cannot say enough In rex-ad to thai good It.
quickly and am In the best of health aow.-
C CbrI.$." At 3: JO p. m., also at St. Louis C19..3:0 and Boston C02.27S. .- Lydia; E. PInkhama Vegetable Compound Is certainly a auuu r.

church, he, will preach from remedy for the peculiar weaknesses and ailments of women. :.
,_'j et,"Restoration of the Jews n b..cured almost every form of Female Complaints. Diagirtni
jtrasslem In Connection With the Dangers; of Pneumonia. tlons. Weak Ba k. Falling and Displacements. InttsmmatTanv Disi
tons and Organ Diseases of Women and la Invaluable In ]
__ Coming of Christ. In the A cold at this time if neglected is Childbirth aotd during the Change of Life. Proir4a-t r- JMra.
Isg at 7:3J be will preach at the liable to cause pneumonia which is so .
Pinkharn's Standing Invitation to \VonM
Presbyterian Church. His sob- :often fatal and even when the patienthas ,
I Women suffering from any form of female weakness) are InvUest]
{ will be. "Christ the Stumbling BAIRDHardware recovered the lungs are weakened, Writ. Mrs.. Plnkham. aft Lynn. Mass, Her advice la free. '
sto the Jew and the Jew the I making them peculiarly susceptible to

_t>llsg Stone to the Gentiles." I the development of consumption.

TJehtenstein has been S'lperin- : Fol..,'. Hooey and Tar will stop the
Co.
eat of the Jewish missionary work ," I coughs heal and strengthen the longs
J..ni. and the and EtBT.e.8LIH8 D 1QHSF.DUTTON
the last eighteen prevent pneumonia. LsgrippeCOORD

r__ .bo will com out and hear PhciieTInstigator yield quickly to. the wonderful
will learn something about mis- Curative qualities of Foley's Honeyand

work among Israel. He has been Tar. There is nothing else "just &

aged by Rev. S. B. Rogers to till the ---- - ----T-- as Rood." J. 1Y. UcColluro:> Co.Charged .

of the First Bspttst Church and of Murder
Moscow.* March 30.-A lawyer by with .
pie of Gainesville are urged to Bribery.Columbus.
.oat and bear him. the name of Alexandroff. secretary of O.. March 30.-Fred J. ::E3 A EB
the Moscow section of the League of Im>ati. foruier member of the city ,
sensual "nle.III be held at
the Russian people was arrested here board of public safety and Attorney ,
I Christian andySt. Patrick'sis '
Advent as the Instigator of the murder of Kranklin! RubecLt. were bound over
AND DEALERS IN-
1 churches.Csstsr Dr. Jollos. editor of the Ru.aklIe- to t.e grand Jury Friday on new
y
,fit!\ domostl. of this (city who was shot charges of bribery. They are charged

': At Ho'y Trinity. ? .an-t.VlUed March 27 try an unknown ; with gettinggraft" of S cents a Sea. XslFim cl OotrtDea <

,T-c Easter services at Holy Trinity 'man as he was leaving: his residence. barrel ca cement furnished the city

r will practically ....'b. eoogregsi"s The arrest was made as a result of the by the Alma Cement company of

farewell to the old bulldog, as confession of a member of the league WelUvllIe. The total amount of
iMoaday the workmen will begin to who made the statement to the effect -grafrtald to be t1. OO.Vh.a I

the and make other I that he was approached by M. AlexanderoCTs arraigned In police court Friday they
organ
waived .eser-lks-kisc b..ta eea.set sat ssU FersJsra sasl :De!
iges preparatory to occupying the secretary with a propositionto the tearing and were bound ,Tfce aeeossM off.........-................faiassis, sve
kill Dr. Jollos. No trace of the over.
.csartera. The program of seri -. teeelvs ea rsvorssle ssiaia Ss.elslseaistsro en skLtaace. .
i will be as follows s actual murderer bas been found. ...b3e souls ta tae Cafte4 s..... rs,

Holy eommunion 7.. m.; morning Afflicted With Rheumatism. .

ir, sermon and holy communion.IJOs Oont Complain "I was and am yet afflicted with

m. ; Suitdsy sehool service, itt If your chest pains yon and you are rheumatism.. says Mr. J. O. Bsyne, -

t _.; evening prayer and sermon unable to sleep because of a cough. editor of The Herald Addington Indian -

Ip. n. The principal numbers of Buy a bottle of Ballard's Horvhound Territory, "but thanks to Cham- G-ari-tzes-Q-.i 1.e -

i morning program of music will be Syrup and you won't have any sough. berlain's Pain Balm am able once more

i Easter chant "Cb' Our Pas.r. Get a tottle now. and that cough will to attend to business. It is the best ofIlalm.n.

.**and Dudley Buck'a "Christ Is not last long. A cure for all pulmonary ..." Ifltroobled with' rheumatism
d I....... 31 .Galveston ABSTRACT & REALTY
s. sung as an offertory anthem. r. give Pain Balm a trial and you
i will also be a very beautiful new Texas, writes i **I csn't say enough for are certain to be more than pleased

tDsomby Dyke, and all. musical Ballard's Horehoond Syrup. The relief with the prompt relief which It af* %% ) "'pCx-.tecs.l "
[fonioas of the communion servlce'wlll it has given me is all that is necessary ford. One application relieves the r

ts, appropriately reidered. Mrs. for me to say." Sold by V.. )I. pain. For sale by all druggist E. E. VOYLE. MGKR. ,

"esker will preside "at the organ Johnson. ________________ Abstracts of Title and full Information furnished r.yardeonaty. .
is Hampton and Richards, with Dropped Dead While Plowing. Oar manager has lived In this eo land thlM
violins, will render the prelude Is Raffling a Drum. Coaxers Ca.. March 3u.-Carles Is thoroughly conversant. with titles).,", '.

r4 'cad postlode. a. well .. accompany' Dr. T. F. Thomas. with his usual W. McDonaJd was found dead Here ;

[flU vocal numbers. The soloists williltaes generosity and charitable disposition beside his mule and plow In the field m TT. 'V a
bi Goode and Brown and is raffling a large bass drum which has lie was seen at work up till 10 or 11 mJLmi J_ _

"'n. Cadwallader Corbett and come into his possession. The chances o'clock by workmen en the other side LIRE ACCIDENT BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY lIt
I are twenty-live cents and the guwd of the field. About o'clock one of senting> number of prominent American and sTngUaai' <
im. REAL ESTATE AX D ,
t t,,A' the Sunday school service? the Doctor is anxious to close the list ss the workmen found Mr. McDonalddead JJITTLOAS.
C3ei7aIeTLa .
lying with his face the :: 43 s
delirious on
ten soon as possible. Anyone
will enter the church In pro
this drum ground. An Inquest was held and the
of taking a chance on may
11 i with banners and garlands,and
see him at the store tomorrow mornIng. decision reached was that he died .
eh child comes forward to deposits from an epileptic fit. ESTHER S. JORDAN. W. .
stite-box containing the Lenten

ig for micsions. he or she will PILES CURED IN O TO 14 DAYS.
Letter to E. J. Baird COMPINSURANC
I a bouquet to a cross erected In the PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to JORDAN &
Gainesville Fla.
, eel, around the foot of which the : eure any ease of Itching Blind Bleed ;:

boxes will be hesped. There will InK or Protruding Pllee In 0 to 14 daysor Dear Sir Not one man. In ten,
knows whether he's wasting or
i appropriate. Easter cards_ std a brief mocey refunded. COo. col. ween he paints. It depends money on ti
[address by the rector. the paint. r

I ;.The evening service will be rendered Ripe Peaches In Louisiana. With one paint your job will take PORTER BLOCK GAINESVILLE.
table by the first presentation of New Orleans .March 30.-Ripe 10 gallon and cod $5O for paint and

> beautiful and elaborate piece of peaches leathered months abead'ur Labor; ..a.
C aisle the "Magnificat.." and "None time were picked Thursday In Pisquermlne with another 12 and cost 960;
IUI.." composed especially for parish Louisiana. The with another 14 and cost TO; Fire, Life and Accident iN
with another 10 and cost ftO
In thecause ;
mildest winter thirty was
years ,
Jy Trinity choir of its mem- and -- -- -
by one with another 18 cost DOC .,' ,
of the peaches ripening In the "'"
I. Mr. W. E. Cadwallader. The with another SO and cost ICO; ,,
Sunday Anthem "Hoeanna." math of )March and samples of the with another 22 and cost 110. I'I'"JIII
fruit will be saved for exhibition at "
Here'. example Professor Irvine -
> an
red last Sunday was also of hi*
the Jamestown exhibition. of the Academy Jolorcenbc"..
Position.r P.,painted the floors of his dormitories You Ar. In. .. ,

.': A Indicted for Peonage. every year, one year with one ..
--.. DELIGHTFUL TRIP. New Orleans March 30.-Robert paint next year with the pain of the
other dealer there-to divide the business .

:Alachua Sink by Messrs. Pepper Blenvenne.Points CoUlee a prominent parish has planter been la-of between them-till Devoe. cameto la a Company that u.R."b" nsible. Have a Polley'i
town. ". Written VV th Llbe..Ulpufl-ol'-7 Contract andteMI. <
f and McKinstry. dieted by the federal grand Jury for The job took BO gallons tk... 00D % Pays Losses Promptly '
g ft.,. was an interesting trip to the peonage. Ulenvenue. It Is alleged .voe. The difference ..1100.. \ t
t 7 rid a jr. the party being entertain caused the arrest of a laborer named SlfiO. He didn't know he waa losing .'

b7 W. M. Pepper and Wm. R. Me- Aaron Baker whom he forced to work I ICO a year till he rot Devoe. v You Are .Assured'C

I". teachers of the Bible class of but a debt of 1100. Another example. When Oeo.V.. C
Brown Union $. O. palmed B. F.
Pint
Methodist Church who were Over McClellsn.Albany. Arthur's noose first time It took 80..'. That no serious loss can overcome Loa withoat you !
Hearst Winning
na of giving the young people a lone 'cheep" repainted Devoe .
paint; ;
N. T. March 10.-The refuge. ___ ___ :.
4 time. 1* gallons. __________ :
kill for a recount of the rotes cast Yours
Tkls truly
plcnia was one of the best and
.V the election for mayor of New ?5 F. W. DBTOB A Co. c Healtk"\-
laaecessful who ever held here and Terk city In November Iea. passsdtfcsj P. 8 s The S. J. Thomas Co. sell Fife Life[ Accident and :

t attended were well pleased. assembly 111 to 21. our psInt. ,
1 Party left the city late In the afn. Y
> at returning bed-time. -- % None but Reliable Companies BepreenlAforamat .
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('J The Ministerial Association. Don't Starve.a.b.atfadlagowriahwWtAyst'rHair 5
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regular monthly meeting of the tlkat It feeds Boorish, ttiagfeas. 1.

c trial Association will b. held at The hair stops falling.....,... awe fnmisksd. O
I; VSIOCk Monday morning '.' the Your Hair rantoly. and aajiaadrnsT ,' *... 1\
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: THE: DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLOKI1U m

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'' sOr4.IC NOTES ...*,... A..... Katborfordt third,
Alma Harro d. I THE KMCr OF
of hems*-Flrtt.' AVn p* ftp***
.'' lt ,rt s'O it.edetlk.t 1 en .roed. DoaxU )( Da walls

g.sirafs.e >$ to ao.w ML Ch* a*. tblrd Ethel Xcal.
111
/ I % **4**.e for the month esd- Sixth) Or de-Flrtt. T.'.._ n"J.'oi BLOOD PURIFIERS ..u.. /
t'{ lay wa&d/1 fiidr' eoad, LoaUo .flaltbt thlid. IWfelioa.
: SPECIFICS9
Htle'Dean's
peaty nfyed Fifth ebsp.l ester. S. S. S. has
pftaf w*st than
For forty years ,
VI. more axsa
Pierre =
sad Mamlo Pagsn t NeODdi.< Blood .
Wednesday.. dal third Jo.l.JohattoD.Foortb approval and has been recognized as the King of Btu
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week, too BeoJor alas*-Mts CURE in. ,, _
Or.d.-F,r t, Mary MeKln- Pnrifie It has demonstrated its ability to -- -
1swM-wan awarded th* Highi .. - --
. .try and Eloaaar NJrow ..eond. E-b.l thousands of cases of blood and skin diseases !, r
i a****, tor th* ** t HiU pom thousands upon .
ii Tb4w..krind. Wauoa sad May Grabam third FredB the most reliable and safest of all "
eehspeleg.rsltroa. "
as 1
a until it is regarded today T .
..man and Dmytoa Orr 5r: .
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Ett 'woe: th* Grammar medicines. "
B eotfd On d#,-'nl. Nora @'all.; blood :
| rie. TIM primary ftrad**haveaaajawaatdfcoa ...."d. Marvin D.ll and Laura CoUont Pure blood means strong, vigorous bodies 'Yell nourishedsystems j -=-_.

as t week. third,Maoil Oroosb.Adr dYDerTes, and all the machinery life working m ,
*!Friday mom- eod Firt Orado-Flrt( H.n'y with nature--thus insuring perfect health. Impure or diseased blood meatts"

Nrp.t Ms ps4s+e tti1s dr.sssd of tho all Ad.la o' (.. | *eoi d.Harry Jle""..', A-. opposite harmony of all this; any impurity, humor or poison in this vital :fluid acts injuriously)

-4 iii a**a* *, Mac* to lb.ttt.e.It i ale Loolto DorN'J'.II4 Kill. Volna Bbandt; third the system and affects the general 1 :-ltb. JPustular eruptions, pimples, rashes au f'i

i 4are4 bf 3Hea V*. various skin affections show that the blood is in a feverish and diseased condition, a* -

04 rHd to oo* *rt a ELKS* BfLIARO HALL. result of too much acid or the presence of some irritating humor. Chronic Sores,','
1J : Ld p. .i,and snag "Soring in the blood while Rheumatism
Ulcers the result of morbid, unhealthy matter CaUScrofula
.- Tb leader ban bas are
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T.ble. Have 5 a Set Up and Ar blood disorders that
Blood Poison etc are all deep-seated continua'grow
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ta witfc o hsr Baetor deoorwbh Drawing Good Crowds. Contagious ,
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f.eh.'so bIn evldst.1 J Three pool table. and ono billiard worse as long as the poisons which produce them lemain in the blood. ;': ;

r !. hlo'-d+Hxht.. thy pfs1 table; which were ordered several All blood troubles are not acquired.
< trisNpal aa tfcy tiled off TJBSTJBD; :lit HER 7
ta>
week ago by Oalnesvlllo Lodge No. Through the blood disease_ germs are transmitted .
Tbof WOT*;.oomlld: to !..,. B. P. 0'. E.. have boen r-e.I.H. from one generation to another. Par8.. B.8. has been need extensively la oar '
i a*aoarw, wmleh they did dell set: and plaeed la oommtsslon. given to both ycraag and old. and alwnyawit*the!
op their
gait Md. bowtaMi' Metr181hkry cuts hand down a tainted circulation to results. 11 thoroughly oleemeea the blood of aQItle
'rl pleoatag These tables were set op and ready children and its effects manifested invarious ..at the same Urns it ballda up tho
for.*Thorsday evening,alnoe whish. we see give appetite.atrsngtte and oaergy. general
& .. tb. .y have been eooataatly In a... ways The skin has a waxy, pallid it to our children intimated,and found lOw bo*
gwhssl ilaasae. fcav* alla.8raintlor They ar.of tbs bat make, standard appearance, the eyes are often weak, glands injurious to the aratem and always capable of
lag the blood and restoring hoalth. I anneal.
: which .'lav,and will prove Quite an aura of the neck enlarged, and, as the taint has recommend it to nil la need of a blood mediates.! .

iha.Yti sloe at tho lobroom.Only been in the blood since birth,the entire health superior to everything else na a cure for blood
w BarlKHey; Elk.and their rlond visiting P ace CLARA.DAUBXRf.:
.1ialia i u.ra ....slip will bo'ootltled to" tho privilege is usually affected, and the system weakened i Bohnylklll> Haven, Pa. c

.inairti'. Treasurer.CM of these tables,bat they will b* from want of nourishing, h th-giving! blood. ,
t ***. Crlsneog and kept baey.i In all blood troubles S. S. S. has proven itself "!*. *&**T ....,

>lw. VlderovBaHaa i Th.billiard room at ,.. Elks club It goes down into the circulation and removes all poisons, humors, waste or foreignand

Bow. It a most attractive. place, overlooklag. : makes this life-stream and health-sustaining. Nothing reaches inherited
pure
uM LaerlWrj SeeITI homo and of Call. .H, '
Tvwaaaxrer, Barloand the W.. D."o.elegant. Tho plaoo park I. delightfully 'I troubles like S. S. S.; it removes every particle of the taint, purifies and strngtheM

r', .a.m Md wM..I7iot rooolTaad to booed to prove popular weak,.deteriorated blood, supplies it with the healthful properties it needs and eatab

4 It Nib aia. ag....mambas of tho order and the foundation for good health. As s;

.. CIlalg"stj their friend S. S. S. has no equal, and it will be fotiiM
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':Ju.liltMr 'jet.. pecially bracing to weak, anaemic persons" ,

Hod remember: tho next .lime Ton One of the greatest points in favor of&'

1 .offer from pala*-*aaed tby damp s.s.s is that it is purely vegetable, made from,"

lM 4 + elf weather-when .ywar;,... head _nearly healing, cleansing,health-producing 1'OOt.\;'
eaawstwr.tn berate from .aralaf----rr. BallardSaow > and barks. It is the one medicine that may
two** Ualment. It will son yon. A
taken with absolute safety by the
.e.oes..t prominent bosinos man of Hempttoad.Texas *
fatrir.y ,_,writes "!'Ia... need your U.. PURELY VEGETABLE child or the oldest member of the f2.Rheumatism .

1laMr.tocTot sow.of tbat th. 1...&.'. Prevtooa to oslng It, I was a ( Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers,.

iWlbfsl tt.embsn greet offerer from rheamatism andneuralgia. Diseases, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison, and all other blood troubles are cured .

a.e.saistttsd bye taro. 1... pleased say that neatly by S.S.SL, and so thorou 1t is die cleansing of the blood that no trace of the<
.0.1.... froo from the** ,complaints
t I am.are I owe this to oar llnlinent. is left to break out in future years,' or to be transmitted to offspring. If your blood is <

last" months Sold by W.M.Jobasou.L of order begin the use of S. S. S., The King of Blood Purifiers, ana restore this vital y

i owb.. the weak r to its normal healthy condition, and enjoy the blessing of good health. Book on the:l_

Md Several the strong Frwhht go Th.Elks* flection.Th and any special medical advice desired will be furnished free of charge to all who wrilfel
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Bon through' a misunderstanding
and fallen in recording the election of THE SWIFT :+iECi 7C COMPANY ATLAHTA.THOROTJOKXiY /
A? ;there Is still a Oalaeevlllo Lodge No. WO, B. P.'0. E "

aarry th* Soph emitted the1. name of Major W. B.
Thomav>who.was....&ect a member of r ank Ehret Dlee< Suddenly.Mew .
fin* etas* of tbe board of ,....,...,also L.C.Lyoeb York., March 50.-Frank A. EVERY HOUSEI1
Caret. 40 years old. eon of OeorscKb
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appear. 30wo past exalted ruler who wa again.l.et.d
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should
ret. a wealtbr brewer died au fee will have tea aa a repress itatlve to tbe
of apopteijr Thursday nlcbt.Mr. 4IarlfltAL
and. every use of Grand whisk will.
< Lodge convene tnPhiladelphia I Eh ret was well known la racingcircles. ,
r w .t off whom their la Joly of next year. He formerly owned a racing -
tea Justly. boYbraary Both gentlemen are good men and stable which Included YorkvfltoBK !Eir-HlllTI FLAT.
4t- I !at rt. good Elk. and will no doubt coo.tinoo . and other fast horses.
wasas to prov. ,a credit to tbo order F.eonoatleal.ad PrtslSav

la general To Awgutts.. Ca. .. Its cft In a .hort i
Kelley,. s ej4 '
The Hew Pure Food and Drug Law. Dally Pullman httffvt leaping ear
third. Tom B leave" J.ekenn.'rr.' Fl.... MI 8KJ& p. r is.
,* w.'pleaM4 to announce that To.by's '' W. E. BRO
I via Atlantic Coat Line ...<1 arrtrrsAogowta .

JaHa j third.Bansh'Ethel; and long Honey troablca and Tar la for''not coughs affected cold bj tbeneit mnrnlne'atr7:4O' m,, \Arrher FI..,..... .1....
For Pullman rr..rvatiua. ... .
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Atlantic Cost Un sa nt. or :*
Tread well
-d Nasie iT' aa It eootaiaa sooplatesoroth.r harm
j tlyd, 8ldaty fol drag,and wo recooamend It .. a to Frank C. Bovls safe remedy. for children and adults. ger A...,. Atlantic Coati Line. Jack.sonvlllo. Advertise in THE Stf
Swiasoo i J. W. MoOollnm A Co. P'_. \, .

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.A' bin Obl.. So death la but the soft
tlr of death hope sees a star and listening
milt sword-tooeh by which the Eternal love can hear the rustle of a wing. He

King elevates his faithful subjects to who sleeps) here when dying mistaking ATLANTIC COASTFAMOUS

the kaiffht-errantry of the skies. the approach of death for the return
j,..q ptt1N at Oat.e.rtL'..>>"!... While creeds have not
always ex. of with his
health whispered
,epewtw wax..,....
pressed the doctrine of the *
resurrection latest breath am better now Letus
jftsY .wtee and P.ttiY.G.rV yet the universal world.heart believe In spite of doubts and dogma .

throbs with hope of life beyond the ., of fears and tear,that these dear i TRAINS
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valley and the shadow. The one In. words are true of all the countless --

; t-.lap. Oo apeatos:Uoomn.mCXt conceivable thing In the spirit-world dead. The question stands at the
I. life Independent of body. Life door of Ute universal hearts k

VOBTXft ELOCY.k seek Its habitation. Just as easily -Can it be? NEW YORK AND FLORIDA SPECIAL, lea u

SCrert.6.iCMtntcU. TLataelrs wr+ mlftht. conceive of the lIfc.germ U.uerlmmor..I? And shall spirit die? Jacksonville daily except Sunday 12:50 p. m. for,:
apart from the ,
L-ac*.p.bILbad every4rflW t.osiag e:. grain of wheat as to Above the nobler shall less noble rise points East solid Pullman.
::0 d by canter to the city,oryrt think of the con 4ioas spirit apart ; -
Shell man alone for whom all else re. :
' .;. ef tfce C-lt-4 aite.postage from It. bodily tenement. Christian.
vlvee
.3 a --tS-i fi.s three y
yon ty stand or fall with the
L( V .... 4$y f> aw"k -.triciljr im reeDrreetionthe o resurrection know? Shall man CHICAGO > AND FLORIDA LIMITED;
great. central fact of alloar Easterfestivities. : .Ift... daily _
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True Jacksonville: 9S0.a. for all \
wemoitWeev Imperial maul be sown In barren vestibule.leaving in. .
ywi.loos)-"i-. I.reels a lice ." West coach this train also.
awhile V
,4 if ye are fain- ground. ; on
.sad J nag for each additio.atI
: Sunshine ..IIIIDD" follow rain ; Less privileged than the grain en

I y od.atlsi.g lade taowe CIa Only not at death for death which, he '.ed.1.' :
Now I know, is that first breath There' grandeur In the thought' For rate*, Pullman: reservations and all d

._.k*..U.. cigfct-iMg*.fovty.r. Which our sools :...w when we enter they halt sleep bat not forever; Information write or call on ,,;
Life, which I I. of all life "
.d center. there will be dawn That
1.,. p.Wrhed '- Monday a glorious Is
V.-. o-Utte .u alae s> w*>.,.1M At the open grave on this Easter a meaningful illustration-Sleep. Profoundly
.Ute attd g..tal. sad will be.t day, the race ,stand Into FRANK C. BOYLSTO
f.... to Lay frt .. abe United peering the restful; it la undisturbed by .
e .......tee.Ja.-a year-3d ad..ace. dim and distant. fat or.. It asks the the last of foe*. Profoundly satisfy ...,:_

questions .Uowar. the dead raised log; It. argument is life, its triumphant District Passenger Agent Atlantic Coast Line JacksenvWt
ci wuit be come d...after first op. and with what body do theyeome consummation a glorious awaken. ;

.t-n---. e.Isam otbqwlN i t There never has been hot one Ing. We dread the eharnal-hoose of
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Part} Motk to em
to for adwrtUiag la ad> recorded answer to thi great query* the dead because of unmeasured years
'1 ,f Adp..rr: jy TUB DAILY BUN. Thou aowest net that body that shall that may andedate the resurrection RAIEROAD1ISchedule

t c.etyvuJ.. ..... b". but bare strain r, It may chance. of morning. To sleep forever la a damp LIVE OAK. PHUT! I (GULf f

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--- wheat or of some other .rala.! It re. and narrow grave Is a thought Into!'

, ;WK)CASTER FESTIVAL. ,qnlres no Impossible feat of the human erable. ,". Torget that a peaceful Ztfectlve April 90. 1i1f1S. !! '.

- II mind *to understand that physicIchanges lumber has no eonseloosnea of the

,r may tie wmn< ,' written for Tne Baa.itisartheentnry years No. IAM 310 No. 1 N..S I N4V* I IXteliy N*> M
J .. the realm of spirit. It Is said that sleep. In the tomb's unbroken Dally 1 ilea 0atF J DaD e* STATIONS erlSwaOBlr: Sea
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of the Christian the throbbing heart undergoes raidca bosh thousand years are but as a day.

stormy .period. .Ita history I change In sp-eBed! time AnUomlaa Anemones have been known spring, PM PM PM PM A tc.
____ Lave Lave Leave Arrive *nty.s Auto.e
._ it U marked by the vise and tell ns that the body p.s.e. through a Into bloom from seed that had been s co a ao a seAr ....... ...Uve Oak..... 4 soAr I a mil fV1
; } aylrss. the marvellooa and I perfect tnetamorpho**" within a term buried amidst the wins of an ancient Ar .aaaX.V ... L.Araat. *. 4 S to oIv J t .....bo..... Park.. .t Gass a..* Uvt Ar *M'*'' ti' .
of and yet t r a7 Ar 4 SftAr ......Mayo J>.eUee ...... to .eAr.ao ..
shifting of creeds and the years identity Is ondistorhed. for two thousand Tbe doctrine
city years. " Araem a 40 ........... JI'eI-rT............ .MtvatwAtlo
I.1_ V ceaes of 'religious perseeo* Here I. the supreme thought of the resurrection la the anemone '" AL.ao A L' to !u.P..MOa..JJPI1.! .._..... L:3d I.Lip

;?TB*Emperor Dioeletlan'loiro.r In the Christian faith. It may have of the Gospel-tHe wind-flower. Coeneettow male .* Down** Park fee all trlM W reed now Live Oak eau
r oratory by a sweeping ..* been another-that resurrection body. It has been wafted over decaying een- Alto.. sad Mayo Jean Mi foe ttaye. Alton .ad .U tet***.el* .*e ixrfnuvie ...
.
: \ larornatloo mm to eoeeeeUoM with ether Maee tk ee o*ea U ee OsssaI
0' the ChVistlans. In its Bat the nail'prints and the defied tories 'and 'apostate age with the Aeat:"poo** '''. Lewte u.tJd-.u..OaII. .
TUOMA DOWUNU. I'lsahHai R. P. HOPKINS.Oeaeral ruva
.I., Diocletian and Masimiantaelr sHe were tangible evidence that freshness of a new-blown flower. Amid Ota. ?t oatac.I
; throne Qaleriu and steadied the faith of Thomas. When the world's history of changing creexl

Moo become Aagostl. ) t reach the land of the good among and shifting faiths, the universal race

... .'.ra. are mad ..f.SI-1 all the' hlond.waahed throng I may not wave Its last farewell. Aeroee the

fur Coos taa tine fucce.* find the flesh and blood of ray sainted chasm of sigh and sobs ft *rles> In exultant

ti Sr. Constantino U converted d-ad. But Just a. the new grain of joy t MI believe- In the resurrection FayShV

1aD1&,. Saint MaVtin of wheat fs not different from the old of the d.4I"

Al II bona. Th. great Arian eon Inng since d.ad..o shall I recognizemy Each recurrtog Easter revives the
opened. The firI teneral loveo "nd lost In all that summer: memory of the great resurrection tri ,t:.

let the Church !I. hold at Nice land of flowers. umph. Resting on Its.promised hope TfpACKXOW
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itol of ,the empire I. moved Subscription to a specified creed or earth's lingering hosts

..... to Constantinople. Con to nocreed at all eeem not to have .Go not like the quarry-slave' night

diet. and the Roman Empire forestalled these g'eamlng of the immortal Scourged to bit dungeon but,, sos- ; t ;

led. What a period !* The life. Cicero the majetie ora. tamed and soothed TMK 'J'

; ..U war between the son of tor and .llv.r tongue among the Roc Bv an unfaltering trust approach thy as'w1lw '.saw 'wLw Y
.opens It. terrible history.; man. aid long egos "There I I.. I rave

is suffer defeat at the bands know not how. In the mind of men. acertain Like one who wrap the drapery of his
unlvtfSAL IftDo :
Penises and ,Constantin biol *- presage a. It were, of a future couch I iTA\ :;

1R. emp.or. The Synod of existence. ; and this takes deepest roof About him and lies down to pleasantdreams.
veaes and the century only and I* the moat discoverable In the ."

e .witnesses the birth of Saint greatest geniuses and th* mostexmltedools. ,
-: Julian la made a c...., ." Dryden whose verse i* not The man who went out to milk and Lightest Shift| Lightest Banning! TkVChampioo /.

bis beloved Oanl. On always in moue with the Infinite, said t"Sore ,sat down on a boulder In the middleof Speed Writers of UM W.*.MDae '

',.of Constaotlos. Julian a*. there is none but that ,..,. a : the pastor and waited fir the row the Fay. holee. More Fay-Bbcl- !. .r..)
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1 r'throne and paganism I. ones future state-. :to back up. was a brother to the man aM i.jhla..vUI. tbaa.. other .'M..1T..5..1f(
? it.. saddle. Julian makes an And when the most ob Jo rate swear who kept a store and wouldn't advertise R

e Into Persia, he r.',..."'. they do not** because he reasoned that the f .
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,l. Before the eentury was Their trembling hearts belie their purchasing public would beak- up to For Sale b. . .
irths pasted Julian bad died boasting tongues" his place of business, when U wanted

i Was emperor of all Rome, and something.When THBUNGiii.
Colonel\ Robert G. Infenoil I. said
Icy was again In full
sway to have been an agnostic. lie was an
II wonderful Won- you place the letter (X) on
II century I arch-doubter. After .y'l'.ualh-.r the official ballot remember that when
i la Its rise and fall of er-ed
troth Irresponsive to human sense the vote ere counted there Will be
land throne. And yet what i* he placed the eternal Interrogationpoint. several (X) candidate

w V wonderful shim century saw His creed lay within the narrow
t regal aeknowledgemeat. of the boundaries of *'I KNOW." In.gersoll's A Fish might not live out of water
., V i of the world's Cbrl,.. Coder diction was like a poem t his but the Illionls Central baa one in '

the empire lapsed Into thought a dream of beauty. Listen to the shape of a president who live* in a SEABOAir V

T !*m. They built again the this period pronoonoed by him at the' mansion. __________ __
tgrovss and shrines where onee
of his brother "He believed
open grave
fathers The day'after the .1..c&lo.-1. told '
gathered After the ,
,, 'defeat, when Julian that happiness was the only you ..o"Weather_____________
lay dying i good reason the only torch jostle Line RailwaySAVANNAH ?
t "O aallllean. thou the only worship humanity the only Forecast No rain yet in
l tend 1" .1 religion and love the only priest. He sight.
;.sow in In I = = .
serenest peace and t
v' added to the sum of human joy; and COLUMBIA GAXDUT
dor of her, power the Chris-. were everyone to whom he did a loving N B-April the ninth.INSOMNIA. ,
at rid*omea again to her Easter service to bring a blossom to his THERN PINES, RALEIGH, BI<

.t'i'; day that commemorates the grave, he would sleep tonight beneatha WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE,

v}' tloa of her Priest and King. wilderness of 80..". Life .. a narrow ADELPHIA NEW YORK 5 S-
**e
varied ,
; Interpretation* of vale between the cold and barren ,

.#: formulas have corns molt I peak of two eternities. We strive In ....
W. >of organisations. However I vain to look beyond the heights. We

. ; It these may be. they ajl stand aloud and the only answer Is the Three Elegant;Trailss'Daily:
"r cry 1 bore boss mmtmf +* * .t_...w11a
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aleeplng . .... ....'
dost and shout the I wok 1 a r.v..a .
From the
wailing echo of our ... t..1
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ere.y..r.
cry. __ .
a say t: fc4 t
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" 'of the 1....
; dead. of the dead .u. Nr_M. r..N ....t11ee. It
voiceless lip ooreplyiog aaU..r.at.Ir..a.N lfc. ?. LIM
y tei.eas emw SEABOARD .
t:', hsk.d majority of th. ancient there eomes BO word ; but In the nightHow's Mt tai ... s..iw..mm..std..IJI. FLORIDA .
upon death aa an eternalt
; EVOaeof the old Greek muses SEABOARD EXPRESS. .r
This? '
j. Irh.. best thing is not to Tb.OowelaFtsta 1i .
.i.: born and the Best best We offer On* Hundred Dollars Reward SEABOARD MAIL,
:. [M! to pas for any ease of Catarrh that cannot ti {
away aa soon aa pos*| t 4.
.,Another one of the Greek poets be cored by Haifa Catarrh Cure. \ /
Ths best F. J. CHXYBT A Co.. Toledo. O. tAVw.wrtsPt
gift of the
gods to '
l tte power to take one's own W.. the undersigned have knownF. Modern Pullman Equip nt .:
:Ire this Otter blindness J. Cheney for the last 15 years and
it and believe him perfectly honorable In all eeet.Pal................. ...... D.e.d, THE SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED the only dally i"raaa
eare-nothiogness of the fa- Jr_........ w......."=1.--'-...... e letrie.Uhtsxi train between 8t. Aa....".*. J *fcaHw
, >*.. old Grecian drank the fatal business transactions and financially a.M 15 be t.N ve e.r.::rose..-.area r"g g. York via Richmond and Washington. Leave tit:. Aua. _

'with stoical Impunity While able to carry out any obligation made SlemUag a-.4ly C...CIO ace ee N.T. MT aa. and Jakoovllle 12iO p. m. dally, Uielodiac Seadaya.:

"Jd Ibis' lew. other were ter- by his firm. AMwlLSALE TEIWUJM MXSMEFl ONLY LINE opratia daily through Sleeper -j". .
.bJ she tomb and the though WAU>IO. Ksxyox MABVJV..Wholesale to Hew Orleaaa.Fot 'i'
was to Druggist..Toledo. O.
them
bear.
w ,g thing u a 1
Halla Catarrh Core I. taken Inter AND WOMEN. ?

'r tel'-Ihli now universal t festival oally, acting directly upon tbe blood ..t..1e.rat..aa.MM,. irau.NJs.a.YMM.wrrt1..aa fuU rrei
.,.,,.,,.,
to the Christian world. Some. and mucous surface* of the system. / w .1. ..t...
AW Testimonialssent free. Price 75 eww..r. .a... .r.15..a..e.a..w
4 lUag that in the age of chivalry cents per bottle. Sold by all drug etltt.ttrrrrGs. ;..at..
wished to raise a brave wan _
il gUts. R
'+ -ood. he struck bin lights Take Hall's Family Pills

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IIoasvie i:..otMUy OWNh' t the word
oom.a.c--. (pruDowacva In Casilc marhki
Mn meat* son, ..>. that for example. MaeDuoaUl OF o-AjasrB3QvnrT.T.s g: .:.i
who WM.{efcet Hi literally .means" the eon of D oaM. -
eeaselmn a btn. lsd Ml bars, '. STATES
known UNiTED DEPOSITORY
generally
not
I Bet It U . .
.. a.tielt.d,Matt woman I. Mluleu of the
that when a
art?tt ,' et>IMaM.'tMttlt'ittM( bizhlanCers substitute for nac" the CapItal. . . . . .... . .. . . . .$50,000 oe

have veeaIK a. rrll Ieeat 1 feminine -nJch.- bleb means langb Surplus . . . . . . . . . . . 50,000 00
brother ta a of -mac" I.lchk. :
* s youaaer ter? that the vocatIve

for atauetawsbt.t'to be called at \ : -. ." (w* spell phonetically). whichalwayn Internal Pad! on Sariegs Aeeoonts and Certlfleatee of Deposit. AH f
adult ure.k. replants oae when a person Transacted Promptly.

if pentad bastM that the lrbaa isfll.a Is addrMsrO. and that the nomtoaUvejTnral H.E.TATLOR.)C

bde4basrr.f.tb, .teed, natl.rM U racb U (Maul or claun (etill7rvn .
_ + +aA MMa'atuee. I. < Wr Walter Scott** Ignorance of '

eetfoa* Tks aypeay were re* hell fr 'ao ntly led blur Into error MERCHANT' & C
b! tae wlt0rasu.i; bats. the oar. upon then' points -both In Rita poetry G.

flan, w I* MlapaI $a eaM ans.Ah.lAl.r arvd In till oovl
i th. The oeanln of the Issue won clan.an Retailers and Jobber ta
viUsMi1 stated Is cblMren. and tbe obedience -
Just

i' : = bM btil' m IWiy. chVf was which consUereU clanra.cn by owed them tp' rather their Staple and Fancy Groca

obedience due by .
aa the affectionate
iLl M iMMtg air.trt Y. Rtrrs SNOWILINIMENT ,
yw.M w..s..Aiy'itowa bar children to a fattier than as that belJeTI'dtMm"l drse Ir... lardtii Sea **4 FaHMztf
... by subjects to a ruler.' They ., .
.w wrw Y relationsdescended
blood
be all
to
_ 8 .1 na11.s-T: WILL CURERHeUMATtSM. from a common ancestor of SOUTH SIDE SQUARE. S I I OAnfEfryjU
tttt dsawaa' ':::
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which their Abler was tte Urine rvre- Blpmark..' price paid for Chlekena. Ecxa and other i
a.d 1s. e.tbs'aatb CUT*. eUDfrUsceS. sentatlrew Tb clansman won hesitated
rM.. agreed Mt*AJNsV WOUNDS
to sore his chl rs UTtf at tbe expense
a yriFFJOrNTS, J JttALOIA.'I of nil oTrn was rojcardeJ ass A Complete stock of Hay. Corn. Oat. Flour, Bran Meal Cotton I
SCALDS ETZ.. coward who Ceil fmsj hU father's tWIn and By.. We haadje only the VERY BEST goods meth. fc
illses.Igwra.d and the o. A.; Frtedel, Dallas, Tex. the ,hour of pork On the other EST FItTCKB. and coaraatee satisfaction ...1....".
.,writes: **I uae Baltarl'.Snow
ss4. tb.r aam X*niiaent for toy family. It hand, the chief was expected at all
late esa113i+tfeai 'alt"t whlsh la abe beet .Xtnlment made.It time to acknowledge the meennt of

lislaMat evMeaee of a : ra:iewa barns amtecalOa.* his clan .. his relation and to Abase I CLYDE STEAMSHIP COMP ,
Ms asaae of pow- TJc. Sec and f l.OO hands with hIm wbereTer they ralxbt
'l1w11. aai. N a happen to meet. Subordinate to the ''' .,I

.. 1 rd : 2a8\rd Snow LJaiment Co. chief and Renerally .related to him Jt "" :
I ,j BT. r-ocrua. MOU were the chieftains and ta :.amen.- :

.MMs3sel It= :?hint ... .iII..':.. London Standard. hesrwslt
ti1M ilr be ata4e atttINr1 --

r ,' t.ry11M. Sotdintd t+ax mrIrtd.M hy ", "edala-'g. cluo1M.. K*.M s ty.d

...w, Y.-JsMMrt&r.uard p.la.tit!.. lssea t Ua t.wr a__ It rr.r assn w.
the aAl s at"-

atb. Vwateiavor REPORT OF THE CONDITIONor
>M' d .M, i fans Wept; Convict Escaped.Afoerlcna. ,
alala Ttrateta oil Ga.. March It.-Ernest -- tan- r.n'; -
..
tarsi paR.aMtf.a.lw,to Gaerry escaped from the ehalacanc First National Bank --
IiF ws '** u. and left To****? aifbt. He la the i FO"Ca. a A. 'TT.T'"I'qGB' CDE.

} aa. ...raJsdemeanor. coavlet ta ... I :fo. 3004: -a".T' .

b>/ b11vMd,bh tlt tine cape here recently. Gaerry eater At O.-..Trw.hi thm SlaW at n rtd.s.1M Joclctaorwille> and New 'Yoi :

tw* tlta dead >,kk1iarpr' ..., the teat of Tbomaa' Bodby. the -'-.f Viilfil...Xuea.. I90Laaouacm. Calling at CHARLESTON.S.%O.. both way. :rThe "
Its award, sad *.it'd eletaea while .
a .Qatar alept. lea-lac Ida,atrtaea aadaaalea ........ ............_......,........ $431.50lr.rdr.ras. q Flaewt mss ttM Ceutwls.
. _.... aM .. ared.. >LTNM
... ,; .. .arda aaft and dress ...'. .. B
: ** . U.H. ...... to mete -treul.Uoo sojOns
_ ........ u....derwit. 54a ..4eta.
U. mere
Ie
: Iemt r bat bSS&.OSt fla/.r- New and Southern'
.and t sY b oa... ....... .. Clyde England
least. (recently m losls*:,eosrlga.t Pas *.s tmv. H. bosd*.'...::.:.... :=: ,,.
... .... .... t.WI S ->
a. .ee..tti IS .
Ii11,. .. at araaaat. baa a laraertaaa ani.h.r .......bar.. fsr.itwe sWBxturm 1444)0) .. Freight Service Between JACKSONVILLE. BO8TON.adPKOV1DK1CCE
tat 11N weeds ta the chat ...... Iltbs r........w ..... ... < . Lt OSDan. a aDd All Eastern' Points.Calllns rt'.
ft.. H. o.oaa& Hsata last rsDw -
:= sr. ..MalM.d .e1W ....W..4.U._..........._. a.ltS n : at Charleston both way' ,

liii rt,a. .hr'', . ,WM........ toed Rail Mill. btt.*fens from sppre.e4 IUew beaI r vrr ed.M....'.-........ IXM 11Jte>. 55 41Cttvcta SEMI.-WF' H' -= T-r EI.A IIrI

ar.rt of hs. Maw Tort Marc M.-tt was aa- ..... kr east lts ... tM M 9ot.ihboocd..............................From Lewis' V barf, iM drtal'wN4.Wwas: a..nee Tttoaday that th. T.nnsaai .. rvmiIe..i.d 0 paper e.rrener. sickcteRsMtsvTa IIIYO 35LwrVLld Northbound..... ....... ....From Foot of Csvtheriae*.,Ja

1sd.rs "tM -* said Iron .eeaanaay bad decided ii'r x*. iii. .
n-U :
1ii rwMelt. Ie' .alarrs' Ita .ta l ran mill white asel........_......._..__ It.Ml 10 Clyde St. Johns River Lint a
..rate... 'Id. It4t.by wfitf waiaU'a ratooildtes ot the alaat.WH Lest tender --...... ...... 1r. 143 14 U.C1N 10 .
U. 8 Tear
t..4 Vttb
N deept+os
-.T tbt t '.tao work U eompUUMl the Tea.aaai ere..t6 per sent of.AreaJatloaJ.... 1.800 00 13e>fwe>e ra Jjwcict>ONVit.i.aD sand 9.AM..o..

lash' 11 heate b.red .'i. Coal aad Iron' company will Total ...., ._ .. .. ............. .....tawacs-f1 Stopping Falatka, Astor, Hereford (DeLAnd.and Intel
on s,. Johns River.
lava a capaettr, af MO.eoo"'a of t.tstu'rrracsIt.l.t "-

at [Nettled off ate a* rails-a year. It will be the third ek paI4". ..... .... .......,11000000i Steamers "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED'K K.

sa partaaburcetnsj largest rail maker in the country. $e.dt.id.4.rvw r..a.swwdtaI.; .. iip.ara.dad' toots Are appolntrd to sail as follows Leave Jacksonville. daily'" .
r q
H -1'.UUDAa..., li..k.ot:. =:..out.taaNnd...- ::.: ::......... O......-- baiurdsTf.at! 8t90 p. m. lieturotne. I.... anford.. dally i icpt
I. A avortta Remedy for Bablea.M Ise .state Book and 1taaII..... .. 1(10.) Huodsyt. at 980 a.-m--
Held. Do*u>.ro wo..tj r-.*. _*ab*...... Lau, tit
Mare M. A 1.41.i4551 d51r./te 14bl.et 14.55.ek. su. 5uL
aedelegates aleaeaal tacte and prompt eore :
ur 4.pa.dt......: ii
i : 3S 4 stea suba ? CHEDULE:
seat of Ca'amberlaln'e .. ._ .
have made Coagh oneen11Ia_of dt poal1 . tl511 TrC.rtit
+ of, Railway Train* with the mothersof d .beek.. .... ... ..... 1.1. 43Ca f . farorlle
. dy a .baer'. eb.et.alt t55415a.... LISA ItU. 8:45 ... ..
-r pm ...............Palatka..L.a
of Con .. . .
.
Hallway ...... . .
. ta email .ehtldrea. It qnlekly cares .....s Saar 01 U. I4.depo.IH dMb.rttsa "l een. 47.411.Dv Laid N'Ital. 3rOOm................._.....Astor ............... ....
procreaa their aoaaha and eolda and preveataaaj .. ............Beresford (DeLand ..............
Na.d early ,today danger of paeamoalaor other.erl- ...... ,...... .... S...._. ..,wu.. :II.eaI aSTATS .Vrrlve SUM)am.......... .......... Sanford...................

asreerat forma ... --._...... It not only cares OUO TT OP or Ywaina AUACHCA., f... IQiOOam.... ....... ........EnterprisePAH8KNMER ..... ............. .
receatly.to fed* I. H II:.Ta.I e.akaerof ,be .t...rr- ..dto
r. m AND TICKET
JACK
bat whoa the OFFICE. 123 W. BAY ST.
.la dispute withThe'aare eroap, given a* soon aa kak.40.--7 swan bat ,be.buy........ .
oooah will the rea iru*U the b*-t of mr know..,. nod '
** snoopy appear prevent MJlef. U. k_TATLOB crater.ftabvernxid x/ F. M. laoxitoxoKK.: Ja. A.. O. P. A.. Jaeksonvllle. Fla. ,
of taeefre- attack.. ,For sale by a114n8Iat.. ..>!..om 10 bfor r. thto KHkA 'I Jon PmrD_tjT. P.A.. A. C. Ibo.'l'TkO. E. P. A,.
;;- 51.1 Nen:'".Mtf. W.K.MCKXMTMT. Jaeksonvllle. )la. pt f.. T
R'.r'4a if
.
v ,..-....-..uuu Fir. foes.LaCrosae Corr ehAtt..t. ,. o1MT I"'II' ISe. 0-. U,TATLOS.. P.- .T.-. _M... ** r? r is.AV"" n .P. A.,

WU.. March 30.-Plre JML t1.0aaa... 1 280 Broadway New-Y-k.; '

broke out Friday In the XIanafacturlocdUtrlet u. W.a.MTI.*."... VLssi I Dtmtra. L. D. Jox... T. F. A.. L. B. Scac .... O. A..

la the buildings occupied by Jscksoevllle. Fla. Leesbur. Fla.
la HM aome.and the LaCTmse candy and 'cracker com. W. G. Cooraa... F. A.. Cvnm Miurs. O. F. A.. j3

it White's Cream pany. and the W. A. Roosevelt com. REVwovrnu JaeksonvtlU. Fla. Pier W N. R.. New Tor]

,Mort. ftt.d. paVe wholesale plumbing! supplies.It C. P. LOVSLL. A-nt. Jacksonville. Fla.

i eawerlasi beN was, soon' apparent that both the

beeemlac the balldtaga would be destroyed. 4dja.coat 14 i.1 NOTICE. */
Mt wail tecvUted.with bulldlmca are la danceThe < a

.' ..bllF. .... will reach at toast $150.000.. \ Notice (la hereby given that applies-
., tlon will be made to the Legislature to
t bptttoae
a
THe
If wpeed.
convene Tallshstsee. Fla.. In April.
Yt? b> the Panic en the Bourse. ca.: T 1107. for.m.Ddm..I of CbspterM97. e

sad best mod. Brussels. Match &- There was a ___ La. of Florida. Acts of 180Centitlrd being _
f b.t: sold by paaie on the hoarse here Thursday ....as...rest.isi ao oars. It sea "An aet rztendlojcand enlars 1
.....rta&a7 sad..IcJU .
her buts were unable to meet th.2r y-....._.r4tala lb.lr C rr lout wM--1aoooL. i 5erarall sad loc lb. territorial limits sod the pow.
UabnUI_. and four others were eI4 t..s sear _cettr UNolr rstit.t.vIvw bn ers of tbe eity of Gainesville,a nuclei.
t ..... a13V1O. J. ..&C.17 ...d gnlttan .... pal corporation orcaois acd estate
.... At obtain
; ta. obliged>> to an extension of Ula .ae.ee $ fV..en. Lost IaUtr n.rW login Alschoa
i '' W1k1ss.seksmLetPOw.r. eouDI,. VIorMla. and
......MarchOH M.-'IM. which to settle their accounts. -...... DL.aa.s.ssd sa..ts Of _. .Id.morr.-.. .., providing for the exercise of th 1,2 chat broker shaft .
cotepa501 was 100.000 and ms end tedtoer-Uae. wklcll *MSt. ... to* po..n.w.
...-0... BOW' orwell Use tetal losses la the Brussels money tsdr.. .bMtSM es......._ It art*.tTrarm
by urtlBS-UM .
o tar' :)10. U. near thehundred market are estimated at $3.000.000. aa.rv.:o14 5.w4 bloedb.U4.r, brta la. Ndt.::..
L :; bsektb e/aki1.w..W.er .bas r.. aNN
Ores Other taHuree
; are sarpected. -en.uw. -- a4 'J'-Ua. It .arot. e" .n. Node. Ie berebr at...u..a sppa stto4 mtt
:of caalac. 'welchlns; flushstb i b..srvi a bYlw .. ..nad.at'M Lerl.iat.re. toeos.e.e in
AlIce KooeeweJCa Wedding s rEkIri A.D. 1OS7.fw.. Apra.
1 p s esd.esl
btowm sad the 10
r. s our. MaU.e4.OO p-r 1 **...*r.!.for 02.00. W. the tows.f "..t:... Mtsa"d In 1M.barter 0'I WE SAl MELPf
aayeUOfcla. was something to be reeorded In theaaaala :IT 1 *fc(TM tm m oXlTtM. ._sad roaMl._t_to._si I I.wk ..I..1 I o' AJae- State of .-sorw... eoastr
; of history. Herbino has been' sTL swasnai' co." -=-atda, din.K -

Oldabstla aekaowledged the areateet of liver For sale la Gainesville. Florid.
.. Harem 30.5 .- A by ..
regulators. positive euro for bilious
W M: oIalJ".. Drag.*. LA P1
almost GRIPPE
aatamias b.adashes, .6111. and feplalnts. I
ot, a tornado, swept V.,. dad all J.

_psd aL Ie&taa Litt rk.. writes r

alcfct. data* is the live* med T lJ .. ....... 41Me. SUN.--
baildtaa 3 at *et sea, liar.. for vears."W. .... .,...-. By .. THE
>.des tar ax kaowa. ao ttveal.fer wort' )t. aa ai ji jBB a a

1100uR 2 nDtItNDto..asl
FOLEY'S Sfts
I BROWN HOBARBER
Min Child. Or eaar.a red All cov ratta. .
t w.-av. Mars. J. PATTON d..dr.. i.r1 wk4 4 uYw rtw ii..
ms., .I.J1.e S4, e.1.
fttarvta. aced +r. U t sP'a'j and'ar .......
safiaiagf from ...CifII E..I.. .i' aM SHYey.. W. -
-car w.m.e wsf.d car was ea... S' M
'a stole t han wauNsN Ton, o. C. KAmSKflT PAn
fl.009 la DJ.-a: ........' ]rTAT! ...... twsa 4r M a.a..e, ... _
etllt. 'r. ... Yt ToesuiisI work of eaareaytb
'.. .t.r. 0),. W a aM..nM ..
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bask
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.L sad Ie.. ....laM
1 C Blsnetaafia.r 0.. r1.it. ...... 'S.tie asNe1M.A .
.ra ., ......
I lair salt ay J. W. H.Csflatn A C.. .. ti5 pNOs ss

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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MASCH 31. 1907 ,



OR0 IA ..rt1..lIa, ] POLITICAL A3

SORE CAPUD1NE
? evening; and Pledge v I

lio Court MOMS* Ticket. OURESSsS= SrS II I For MrsHt. L .''It
by a aoafer* How to Mark Your I
I s* adopted respectfnUy a....... my
Rising 800 ANllRlr'E5-.Ji dacy for the sAle. "
.f voter at STIFF ANDBRUISED I ef City .

-* laarsn-J eveelnit.March 98ih. Ballot. =. W..-. 117..a&a.a lre..l..te.. :at the election on April frtelected .
totre tof the eomlagmunlo* Z ball perform tho din

s I the office without tear'or favor..

w., ib. aotored elllensKSlM .,possible to maintain the government. | Baxjattur T. An*, .

**" o f Oalae-v-IUa. bavkTic.THoa' We believe that the richt of the Oaioesville. 11a..3... X*. ". -

and Assisted In nom.A Unofficial Ticket to be poor should be equally respected a.

tfoket At the ooorS hone* tiJ TwrtMf Skakta Iff After aF : the rich and zealously earn for and I respectfully announce my

of March 18ib. for theMysvtll. ftf TUrti-OH Put, I vis Fro Voted 9th. guarded.ft We In favor of dacy for re-eletioo to faithfully. City dieebaraeduties Maipromising ':
.,sad For April are a strict enforcement -
'jWe believe In good moral Eros Pak t4 Able t* Brim tt WatIY of lb. law and. ordinance. of the office la the ..future

.aed prosperity At A rea* k Two wolfs of the city.Resolutions. have endeavored to do in the pa.....
solicit the vote of all good
taxation, and .
I of ... USING lake Adopted at the Data of Respectfully. ,
We. representing; the bet* Study This Ticket Ind a Nominating Ca-aa.PieFor

.f 'nor people, sad b.laj .

aftd In our future w.lMaamsd IIMARPR Cress Mart on Election 1. Revolved that we believe thatwhenever City Ta x.Aaaeai... '
the city has property to diepose -
I W. M. Bradford
colored standaaawrt of. that lb. fairest. the beat and hereby
voters Where Sane
-pjpall Diy
himself
as A candidate for .
the legitimate 1.-0 eell
It
ticket that we were way at i
the
; KING DFPAIN AS city tax: assessor. He boa
public auction the and
the to highest best
at court
twtavstet In making Appears Below. bidder. ed a full and faithful, eeioffice :"

2. W. aNt In favor of A rigid" enforcement during his past
gene All maatlag* Among our IN EN tton*. and oaks the support of 1M

r-M__ were held and that might of the liquor law and wo lie sod tho registered. Voter.,
commend the council tho *
,bjatoatrary to this reeommen- For Mayors upon passing coming campaign.

*ssM not be reeogaiaed by the ADd X would<< reotmmend Mlaard. Vote for one. of tho ordinaoeo in relation to "public ._.
Liniment fur all aches and pain., as It peace aod moral*' QBIe ,
'of our voter X BAM )f. DAVIS.W. .
Is the beat liniment made.
Re.p.ctfully -
B Wo believe that the council are
wo arc pledged to sopI Charlee Wood E. Provl -
yours .
R.TIIO IA9. oor Agent or trustees And believe thai -- ...
ticket At the poll denoe.K. X. J .t't
__ boass i D11. ROB?. C. BOWERS,
.m's1I our good cltUna to do So pure and antiseptic, so powerful All their aeiloo And proceedings ..;(,1'BEnl8T'

penetrating and soothing, a"* to have For Alderman should be open to the p blle. ,.A.eS.. v ) ,
\ lastly earned its title.King of lain It Vote for four. believe that they should make A -
she ataaere bops that our beauaaaaaarlag I* the moat effective,economical, and O..1a..U1er Law
Oaiaaavllla move on ct.*......*.external cure for rhcumntlsm J. IV.BLADI O. quarterly report .of the condition of __

rkayh place that to pro-Bleed her,, ,neoialgta, plenriay.*stiff twisted the otty. Office Phone N:.9BS,''
eabsaltted joints,sore,strained or lame mnscl* X SAMUEL J. BURNETT. 4. Wo 'are In favor cf municipal
Teera humbly tired aching feet any pain or ache,.. ownership And controls And we believe *
'
.1" iE.. MAmr. Chairman well A* for throat and lung trouble, E. E CANNON.A. .;
Ostia.S.eresary.O and a general family....ucl... sas that the city ahoold own water Da.3. H.ALBKAHAJf., !

Jean Walla...8.B. WiltBay = "e. and '". A'by gtaasr. M. CU8HMAN. work, tho sewerage system 'tho'' gas ..'*

*,D. W. So*. J. Z. Felts. aad_....>-.-....-.nettle writ HJar4s Unla > and electrio plant And All other pubs DSIfIts:4 t '
..,MTg C.M; ..rraatlackaaa, Mas*. l' H. 8. GRAVEL llo ntllltle Y
[ Harris W. 8
tVv>MeUo.Cjroe a

,-Asah miabardaocu M. P. Pear X e SAM K., IX801f.X G............Testifies-After Four_... G.-DuMaa c: ....'
past Marray. March Bryant A FINE RECOMMENDATION.
(i. B. Bortaa... of Carlisle
A. L. VIDAL. Center.If. .
B. P.Saaptloa.lerof S d fr
T.. write "About r..r7.... -
.. tho list of names E.-City Official of Brunswick Ga., I. E. WEBSTER.For t ago JB. DaVBRE B,.
I'wrote stating that I had been
;bat will ascot aa onder the Toll of Ben T. Amowa Ability you 6 .
entirely cored of a severe kidney trouble -
*y.!at the poll Board of Public Work : D
State of Georgia County of Olynn. t by taking lee than two bottles off .
.i to recpeatf nil j Invited to
City of Brunswick. Vote for two. "
Foleya Kidney Core. It entirely stooped
l-atsa aa At oar last meeting at
Know nil men by these prevents,
X E.J. BAIRD. the brisk dot sediment sad r-t'a 0IIe.seer Mressa>..yslee
p1... oa Monday evening, that Lewis W. Beach of said .
we, and symptom of kidney.......dloanpeAred. -
,at 7 dO o'clock. Interesting t W. B. TAYLOR
State. City and County, and Robt. x
X ASA clad to say that I have A. navtrtnwRea 9':: ,
Ive addveasea will be made .
.
and
Levlson. also of said State City "
had of
8 J.THOMAS. never a rotor Any of these
1 cltiaena.Tetter. .
And County.do hereby certify .,_pto..during tho four year that

8oM Rheum Itch. That daring the latter part of the X J. H. Vl AL have...,.eeI And I Am evidently cored e AM
1899 and th. first of the
year part to stay cored sad heartily reeumaaend
(Worm. Herpea. Barber For Marshal *
1900, we- were respectively Chief Batata,<
Itch. year Vol., Kidney Core to Anyone .a...*
of Police, and Assistant Chief of Vote for oae. 'Or . oral Practice- '
lag from .
f thee dUeae are attended byNotlag IlIeI.eLow bIad4.w.lroob. attended to. 0+letrems.
Police, or Msrshal and AMUtYjt, BEN T. ARNOW.
A
which I almost In'teHvd J. W. MeCollam Co. /drterl!
*
-
Marshal as some term it. of the Cityof I
by Applying Chamber* Brunswick.Georgia.lossid: S,...and CHA4. PINKOSON.' .
a> rjATTOS
2mxn
Mvo and by Its continued nee a Tha brut HtidMwt Cwft.BromoPifsiii '
County ;the said Lewis W B-ach being ,
For Clerk and Treasurer 'I. YCaa
it care may bo effected. It :
Levl .
Chief of Folice.and the said Robl. ... .
t last,cared many eases that had son b.iagAss's Chief of Police. That Vote for one. Guswuj.n. "1 ,,'
I All other treatment. Price 39i J. MAXEY DELL '.
daring thaee years they knew Den T.Arnow. .
i par box. For sale by all dragOo : :
,and that he served oDder them aa *'". ai

t A* A policeman in the employ of the For Tax Assessor .Xete tao Word ......." prov.l:22d

Leon Celebration Ao- City of Brunswick. That the said Ben Vote for on*. .. -
"'fl"' , .. a Mat ofwkAt y+ ,1BAi
Ruslln.. T. A mow was A good fearlete. honest WILLIAM BRADFORD. CURES 1_
_I ....
faithful and efficient memberof
aseosat of the Ponce Do Leon sober -
Itoo at 8$. Augoctlae, Fla.. tho poltc force, for and during all For Tax:Collectors Oa tits 5IM- {

> id to 4ih. 1907. Inclusive, the of lb. time that he served under them Vote for one. m tbs& .1111III Iu.l/ls

11.i Coast Line railway will give doritg those years. That they can T. B. ELLiS.BR. V ..

il rate of one and one-third cheerfully and they do recommend AU nn.....**. ice Ste aog ate wAIIrffYtLLL..-,

shm fare* for the round trip. him for the position of Marshal so far Von ttar.. nT

I PaHssan reservations and detailed as they san judge of the qualifications MUNICIPAL CLUB. J '111'. HcCwUXX a CBS,. Or..... -

aee ibis Atlantic Coast of that office and they ay that from Declaration and Prindplea. I Oee Z. ....and Oalen S"".Oi .......... OSs.. Is !f/

i agar or write Frank O. Boy Is too, what they know of him, that he will .

iii Passengtr Agent, Atlantic fill that position In A capable' aa4.melea 1. Resolved, that we are in favor of rn..z.JL... .. i"
BONR
SEALED BIDS POI CITY .
Un.Jacksonville. Pia.f i manner. the advancement And Improvement of ,.
Law,. W. BBACB.Roar. the city.
Sealed bide will bo received. for aha ATTOPAA .
.
uneas. --
) 2. We areIn favor of all
public work
purchase of twenty Maalclpal ..... .
being done by.our citizen who are the of the City of Gainesville Flnri4a.offtSOOmencn. ....... Y.; "-
To the Citizens of Oaineavilles lei ofrFebrw
tax-payers. dated tIM
Having given'to you the above recommendation ><. We are In favor of a strict ary. 1_. and drawing; I...,..,. at r>
Gtr showing my experience sopor per seat per ...._.. payable semiannually -
vision of all work and a caatlooc expenditure tho ., sad iT'
Ii- as a public official, will state that I ,on 1st day Angact
of the public money. February of eaah year cold b de to be)
..,.eet oa the pclieo for** to Brunswick We believe that All public work received op to fear .'..... o. ... oat :
0... when X was only twenty the nIb of WWT.
- thoald be let out by contract to the day Aprils Right ro
G ; 'j i years of a... and I promise you that If lowest bidder. eerved to reject all btda.
1 will out enforce W. W. If.mreotr.
elected carry mod '
I We believe. that all
coatracta or Secretary of the Board of FabMaWorka
: All tho Uw that fall to the duty of work of the city should be taken or of the Oily of QainsvlU. *.,I "

City Marshal that any honest and com let to person who are In novice later ........ V

In petent man should or could do. .,.eell.. th.*elly government, and we "
Bee T.'Aasow.Clears .
a _fcf* opposed to any city oBclal being

l'interested ia any sock contract or Miss K Norton r M
"' the Complemloo.Oriao -
''All careful ....k. aM

Laa.tlnFrail Syrup .timo.Ute W. believe that all supplies required '

women use the liver and thoroaghlf cleanses by the city should be purchased from 11 i.- w..iJ

the .y.tem and clear the complexion parties who have no Interest la .... ReTittitf iMts Statin*! :
,, ,
and blotches. It U the beet
61Tornanwhoanffoc of pimple city government either Individually,

laxative for women and children AS It aa a firm or corporation. Sttwlrs, Slut .

.- I* mild And pleasant and does not 4. Wo Arc In favor of tho lowest 'tax "

> from ao>. gripe or siekeo. Orlno !. much so- til Pktire Flaw . i . PtiCTKAL
ehelWJaeh +a*std ill disendnetowtorpld perior to pills aperient waters and all
i 1 T, nhouM COT HIS HAIR BACK.
It does not
cathartics a*
"tftU their.tOII1P wall cal- ordinary a
tl and other Irritate the atomach and bowels. JV7. I*** IM
c -:,ti.L.t ".. .. ..
Oo. r'errre4I, tt.l .. n. ........ 0
IZMNB OLr ..a..IY CUCCSevcr. $McCollum .. Lee; N_...... u..id.... GtfKSTQIB i.... . .AH. : '" .ppir-Ms,

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