Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01163
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: January 3, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID01163
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
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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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GORGIA 1S N7'.V -qTf."

Swi.O uni 'Ui .n South to Pt State Prohb
t ion into Effect.
.H j IAtlanta, Jan. 2. \\it1 the advew
Tn t ialJmg Coga. of the new year t. law preventia
the manufacture ani pl0e of latoa
Jo lim eating liquor. pasi b)y the last me
_o____ ln of the legislatu e, became atte
tive, making Georg:a the nirst of th
DT AY WAS ORDERLY ONE southern states to i* placed in ti
i_ prohlbition colunin The law is ver
d' atic In Its proii ion and prevent
UemlMghaml AloIt 120 Baloons the keeping or giving away of liquor
"eMt OQut ef uof inaej--Houssheld- a public places and imposes a to
of $500 on clubs whtse members ar
Called HNow Much Uquer to a .oed to keep drinks of an lmtesd
ptfy tave. eating nature In their Individual lock
eint Ala, A o., a-. .--Witt Notwithstanding the passage of tIN
shfill bqk of the hundrqa of law there ta some agitation to hav
49M lat4,etal ,Brmlnkham, an& It declared unconstitutional. This se
te adVteat of lie new year, tion may be brought In the Unite
eIs to t*he Katy closed Ito State courts next monti.
fte As. JaNWary 1 wU the It is estimated that Atlanta aloe
M 1t hr prtilMt6a to Io lat 0 I license taxes $36,613 and that th
it te a tdes et Alabama na property value of saloons ad brew
local ople a elections have betA erles here which went oUt of bnu
Aerlai the year. When the Ir iaes8 on Januar> 1 is from $1.000.Ou
Of Me leteM S UoCl Oreashaw ooua- t $1.500,000. For the rest of th(
98m e 1uam. and It wA added state the property values Involved are
t11e p i ebhIo0 Nranks, them were about $5,000.000 it is estimated tha
ft *outise In the etate 10,000 persons will lose their employ
olSUd o the doors of the iooaas moet when January 1 rang its bal
JDeA91u1y D Ut 107?. on the sale of IntoxcatiUng liquors.
SIS l I Ngv a v tOfenta conU 6 in That the prohibition law will be en
Mats f vltbieh liquor oan be forced there is no question. This Ii
ar another year. Ope year from not the country of "speak-ealese,
1 the tre state becomes pro- and when thi police have their lawi
Wh*OU lWY atstory act. Of the wet they enforce them to the Im0it. Oov
It f $t the next year only fouear ernor Smith a;n' the city court offi
AMe l taiv 2ly 0 I1oo couatlee, Mo- lials have t,een frank In their state
1S WSt5MltOaif. Dal~as Sad &M d- ments that they Intend to enforce the
i tm. T~erw ar eleven exclusive dis- laws.
I -hry eoaisi. lMaooa, Winson, 1- Many of tho more promlanet club
'aIre, Ibb, dlmnestone, Madison, Cle have doclari l that they will go one
t*o t, 1Pnry, Barbour, Colbert, Cov- better than t>.* law and prohibit the
atgtoaa mad WCots, Martlne county keeping of liquor within their doors
I"a both dispg.ary and aloons. Governor Hoke Smith mad e this
Jo*eN M& esmtty, ta which Birming-. statement:
e Is t located. Is by far the largest "T.ere to nothing In the effort to
eomlty is the state, and In Birming-' attack the prohibition law on account
IM aloMee 120 saloone went out of of the provision of the ooesttution
.pla11s at midnight. A remarkable approprialingt special Hquor taxes to
Atre of the lest day under the liquor school purposes The con itution au-
e e ies ts the fact that there was less tbortlea out does not require a special
reaMihesbe noted than *for many liquor tax
mUstem. Th1 amount of liquor sold "The p:opertle which quit the liq.
Beamber St was probably greater Mor business are not lost. The brew.
*tha sn any previous day In the his. ries are pr.ipared to manufacture tee
Wary of I slratam. This resulted o ft drink,s With these they
itM the purchasing by Souseholders can pay a fa!r profit oa their Invest-
f varioau liqtaore In bulk to fortif ments.
hbm tIi eass of stdekeas and emer- "rtpre 14i ;:nty of work In Oeor-
g si 'Thke wster part of the gia for this." who to out of the liquor
o a W to tbalk ualsness, ian4 plenty of work for, all
PROIOHIWTION' MARCH. of the tirt, fior those who have wanted
half of tih r time throesh the use of
IMaiIes of the tees In the ry" Nquro" .....
1l61-41.aWa* pasaBd tirt prohibitory -
law, anr 111 ll D3w'A lead. Through RusearMhes Of Dr. Plewnor
IST7-h4vosa livila is "ry" states Reward Isto Ped.
MS l IMa ,, 4,0I. M. New York. Jan. t.-Cerebreo spnal1
1 if-trase whob I wilt be ITlvag meslngti.. the dree Eaissea whloh
%0Wbr dellfse p btlo, w ei ty. 1i s10 t,,ok meboeekd more thas
iw f r atyV piMg i (eetlmat 11,000 live* IS three smotha this
), 11,I.II. city. has apparetly be eosqred
w 4 elstat t hwil l e "&r byP r $imosPls"e" head of tWe
A i m L0 Ke(aO. K a an- k*- k latfin f MoedlaJ R
A p-- t bum..J nury I l Dr neser* after early threv yrs
i 4W Na *@ s 11a O1' .*1 Oe5earc ba" rseWo os a sel9-
Shei m *"of aset & "t eat, Ias es as em a es a s
g ta ty, fam inwhih -serum with wke 11 "1 eem0t t0e n
Is 15^ 94 t aheadW Hv ..O '*sp ftte hU." easily be
Is W" ,I re a a treaty m r 9e o Ws M
y e7 Wi Pr .i t 1 as t. In s&o ro s M e f re a sll.m.
agrah S--~ttgel-,- lavst" ac paties lived sad me.awred ab.
la se 4 h1aIo s Ot Sem'd. ha. 7 stately
., w- ^- Of ,P. l ,. __. -. I
.fi '- l. .t at S-.. j r --e-w to 44 pea. old. a .
Ngs b tg e --"-drted" M- vse of l toerysS. C smss of t
M1 f ar ,W rrtW I a1'hert:y Lat, t. sa Mn k
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maetd S insmo f th'oem to Of bow*sad f bow"anofa6d and a .now
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iUNIN TO U warden and Prison Officials of Geor.
Sgia Are Acoused.
SAtlanta. Jan. 2.--According to
g ta l d e a lo D raft fin arges filed with governor IIoke Brve WioW It Fibht Wui
.- 8milth, and now being prroel by the ,
S fr R vig Distre paniteniry committee of the Wi Tor B
Sla tsenaite and t ho tate prison comn*
Salielon, Statel prison Warden J. C. -
SIREAD LINE LONGEST KNOWN More and many of the convict camp 8 CHILDREN TO CARE FOR
y wardens have been for years in the
P pW *'f e1i leaeh t of the convicts. It --
s Actual Suffering May Be Averted If In declare:t that many of the officials oy Shot Engineer Five Timne tMg- lN
2 Winter Is Mild--Many Who Have have grown rich upon their incomes.
e TJhe monty paid the camp wa~rdem Dying in Hospital S rro eu '
1. Lost Employment Enabled to Live is said to have been for favors and Wife and Little ChildremM
- Thus Far on Their Savings. conaideratlhns shown the lensee In
the niatterI)UAng the convicted. ItU. esa ped.
S JNew York. dan. 1 .-Wt'h 125,000 per- cause of the money paid to t.he war. NEw York, Jan. --Mrs. HI
e sons out of employment in New York dens, who are offers of the state Delaney Dlton, whose huabusl
. city, the Cpntral Foderuted Union haa employed to stand between the lessees shot to death InTo Yoakers, g
d declared that It is time for the govern- pnd convicts and see that the latter W dremod her elsht little ohUd
meet to come to their tllef. get humane treatment, It Is alleged witJh the exception of the baby,
e The city's army of the unemployed. that the wardens have allowed tie ole. sat them to church.
, asy labor leaders who know what is oees to do as they pleased about the "I don't know what Is glatg to $
. the actual condition of Industry, i* convicts. This, It ls said, has been come of t" e adW; ut S
, from three to foult `lt as Irae als responsible for many of the charges thing is t certain, poor JtimmiOe I
o It usually is at c .Ka5on. A con- of Inhumanity isde against the Gr-w liked L he ll.re to go to
e ervative estimatoft thW. idleIs iiven gia nvct system. and wile I have thm hy rshll i
s as follows: Soon after the Investigations were The little gray-eyed weoas
t Skilled mechanics. 1,.00:; ;mect.lla beaun Warden Moore tendered his the eltt y oung hItlldes thas
Saous trated, 50,000: unskilled labor, r lltnation, which the prison board ostiltute by tie pistol l @o t1S
1 0.,000. will sccopt at itls neetlng t January. I boy, lives In little o04tl'e is
Every winter New York bas thous- Before handing In his realgnatlon the rear of NS. 156 O af t atrte t,
hands out of work, not because world warden admitted, It II said, that he kers, It Is a little homse, at
s Is entirely lacking, but from unwill. b" aistIed certain l$see to asb. a soap ad water s n e bso
IngMae or inability of many to do ansy- let portions of their allotments of oo' Ike It. Reelag the little s sMe a
s tlIr'cpt the task to which they viet, at desIruble rentals. The warden kit ovIerlowlg, one to als
have been trained. But now It Is dif. eplainedt that he had sno ltentlio.of "the old woman who Ili"tr I
fersat. T, ousands of men. young, violatedl the law. On the other hand, shoe and had ea 0 Ut
s atroni ad willing to wojk, are walk- It. alletwi, that Moore aSd other didn't know what o do," The
e lnS the streets, unable to fMd enousa Wardens have beemn secret partner Ito dreo get their pleasInt,
to do to keep them out of the free ce.etalns companla, leasing conrvcts nature from Jlawm J. pal
breadline. Two thousand to 2.o00 and' have received large sums of father, the bV w. emi ,I P ,
men, with 600 to 1,000 turned awray. money. always sml ImI, a who bI
1tetitfy to the condition of many of Governor Hloke Smllth' determined years had wMle osod lnoteS
". the poor. to go to heo bottom of, the matter, people of Summit Mreet wlthMet
i Statemints of some of the union and, ft Is kald. that thwe will be deo, lu n ea, my
t etefls-eto Bntq the conittons In ealopments which will Involve many "I gr w up ithA Jimmie," IaM
their trades revealed a poercetase of promnlunt Georalans. Deisa y, trylag to kepbiIM l^
t Idlenese of wlohich the public nass r --..- for the sake of the ehiiorea.
celved no latimlaton. Derleate Oross TO PIGHT DIVORCE LAWS. were boy and girl together
mana. of the International Woren'sa a. In Tlpperr. ud4 wolf
larment.-Workors' Union, said that 90 Wife.welpping in P -enylvanla s girl sweotberts, T wI eW"M
er cent of the members af his union Easy as Hemr T lrdieg. Itor wewere aemrts 4 a I'00
are idle. Of twelve big garment faci ittsburg, Pa., Jam. l.-Mln aers d hnld d e Jiwel wibrVe Gny
toe run under union rules five are other workers in the Pittb&bmrg Ins m ooK-by sad ease to
closed altogether and the rest are on dustrial diatriet have o lmbted against &make a bm~ for m te.
part time or hate reduced force. the u@ a&Pd abuse of AIvorre laws In ame over t Msm hi .
S The bread llan of the Bosery mtal tis end of tre state. and have asked ..We made a goodj toen. M
slon. fed from funds collected by Ihe Robert M. Ileatl, a husky oal ile was a o goa s a% s Y est by Ni
SCbrleuaim Herald. ls more than double from N'iffln Township, to stead for umnlly IsI, ai T ai erry s a
its casual winter le ,th. In the last It sta'e iegi nature on a "so divorce" oa lon Io the toM wllA 1
two weeks icreaed donations havel platform Mr. Heath haa conssaled fs 3uoo asn wil s1 v
Ieabled the misslon to feed from sagd pronjuli.'ted a 8uiquo platform. P
1,100 to 1.100 atgitl(. It had been "I v ple'ted minyef to fight the (f late years he hbe
fedIng 1,000 very sighl. an4 for the presut iHvorre laws tooth and aMil Idrers f*-reedUlaS
first Us I Itsa history haa turned if elsct.i to ,the letilatere. sad will aof Ahibbetes a veMt ad
oen away. do ItI." sid leath. "I find tiht a T ee, last Mo i
The opes winter alsne has prevent, man to Pittsburg who dmi't like Mbs b wh had a b
ed sufferl So far there ass be e wit or who rather thinks he likes mo blle, i hadbh wem
o *edeoee of actual wait Charity Me iafffnity* Itterll eaa-Idvlr
workers sad labor authorities oaseur l r $o This is toe ceep,, ad this le. ad ui M le E
Is tids aoatemeat. IeUMcrimlae rtMleg of divora d I I -, w11 Mg. 6 t1tZ
All t ethe thousand. out of work for tbe askliss t be 4topsed#d, W l, J noM 4WIs 41
Share Nvig bon pe. The remea for will be stopped., f I become a a wt wMe le b oir
their d etarfg was almost lIvariably *a of the legislature. Why. m Iot. twe o a '. ft O ARU
sMot everprodei but Isabillty to tens are sne. It ito tbot a seay tor 'IZW,'I avetol v e
*Mas p"Ak to pay the their wages. a was to e rid of his tWlb sad P1a ow l616 0 ko I
|DiWMrsbse epwIratsa 19beSen a sow ae* as it is br m m IM.Noaig 14 lmS W W S
blg-- arera s bolotes ssad @ll eath to swa berges I to Is "My e *ba jheS60 l s ad a
thas at V time eetheB dO piMs Mb mad da,"ee tN she seta( to do s, ba
f UsMa 1 r asWier moey to a emt be stepped," I a" 16a1M hed p 61M
Sa tw to o 'n- o =* Htt rM w. p lu loh mft t" AAnis 6t-e iS
ay. -tat a.erae ptaI to -. be wnll make it m I, r. ,1.W
mdmally. i ,u*s Mhr M e e to ry jebagd, tt -his elib al I
Swh.o ww tlaM ef baus the e si mr moey per i w 1 e s '
reap w ameb to pirc- e UMae apnt on h" eheo hei love fepve e w o s
t to eos Setmr evpgeusto Ba Mew e*id1 sad that he Meft a all rB g
Toat hpe to be Isks bask to work. boar. sad alt be smpeiled to S -e U b s
at ahst he part,1by the middle Of per 4 etd (nd aeu e teN es. It tesIR have a god er s eZ lift

I Ma e ws the hme_. s expt mafe femwto ch e ma witH ea an n, -, m '
phsesfs or em de.aer. .ire. am va., hrs. s.-,w., f. 121. .
eena bse N we*a sa-ash ua a D. c. r-o als a anu Mt, Jol I. ,

V te '3ewev .* *." while hassadr byvil*l. ff e * b ee ea e aSes m & e
A wees sea b-- W ey d rud d y mai aMs 4U by iUoW -o M@ I sM i
****4. frah tbum e ea*etry Cma ** tf* **e -t ye Ohi f flr o.oe |o as a toaSes
sil (hMer atale of wMsevers e1 515 tjp, sad to l tgWMilbs as agene>t |
5 Isra --saw who taoe hM sear wUil aee He to a Seao s Adma w as as ae < g
ha the mau sa M l ae a *radte Of ( i Sah mi toaujd>M toiaf Hj la .s

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If1: GAIN L RIDA, JANY s. 19118
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UrnShot Dead O g n Defense of Self

ard, l 'l *the!. the ma;: ria l ,l:
t r o(if *1)1 I':it" -1on. of mn*er M morning

AL ll a .* > .* yo '>r:- C On i fOn
B"aE 'l1 t'h Ptl iwdlvr fr f v 1 c ,:i r,,f i,9r f a.':.,r.
C.Miin r a, . a;'i :.t I Open yor sleeping-room winows- let
a mulsiinthe cisp, aresh ir-but you room
i1^HH ^ Btic.e. .,,,, .', .: O .X"edLW,,, "o.vi .a-;ya ,.<:. touch .of a match and the welcome heat
a Th tM tor for ai ng it i ,#,! 11,'ldo, n i a ng om the
"reo1 s tI, ru. .1, it N PERFECTION
"BA" p fof behP~o ". Ato, i'liv~e p;"i- *d th" girl and P E
f cti of f hisr wi!f 'he were a tt ra
r b 0 to e h1u i ktwik y ed b v rt 1di*t l in the 011 0h H eater
1601111"A i 11111116Otemlp rvril y, bit w len they w itPhdrew .. U
heBB| r eS^.^ne O;tir Ai trs, fand went k w o
._Mi. ----ry .. ... 3 out into the, yai to o,.t a rtick with For haig tih bhI room quickly its a great ea w im and will
B which to (hasti. ;:'he vohmen. l'pon make ke mrwaing dip Ue glorious in the summer.
$'WlllSHSe l lag11 of Oainesville, were visiting his r,,etin tie was met at t'ior!or Now itts keaklst ne-nake the room cosy aMicheurul-your
it tt th le rltiUves In Archer this week. by hi rb'r. w:io had procured breakldat nlo yable andstar le day with ou a . T6Auto-
'l1110e higher Miss Edna McCredle., who has been t;e family ,;ntin Sle warned hiS mac S ie Yice reveiab all unokemanis
-0HRfMile sad the with the firm of Hodgson A Wood for not to (on re In with the sick, but and make it impoible to turn the wick bto ig r
^ H ^ if aU ,ptaeed several years as milliner, leaves for he lthn %e.t ..e l::cw the ne' 'e t to low. in a minute--urns 9 6ours
whe ait de-r. her home at Micanopy today, having i.hot, vi ('if' (*n i. 'rie girl then one killing. Fi hed in Nickel and Japan. Evy
SwI morallg severed her connection with the firm. fired. Ilt ,,u t !aI fl^(:r to f:1 ht. hete
(nfl .!:i. Ilo(lJ r, it did not have _-
WIluinA e of Miss Edna, while here, made many ,, ,, ,. ,1 h. fire.l tw .a T p ibsi. __
]*,s W1St of trieuds who regret very much her de kill. 1 ** ": edhel firehn.t ,ean kansirs m- J
.fsMW tfor o tfhe road. parture. mi.: .d t:, .'i I ti h nxt l torn, - -iel ml am-lm IW l
WO. i atrleted to The Knights of Pythiau at their last I,, fr-4i B MfiLh AM patily
ip 5h0lSl Of the meeting elected the following officers: '1,- 'r, ,,z' ,n',itn ,hn made her i 016fn icupPil b. Oljr -'LA
114 beiNg fted at C. BI. rown, C. C.; J. Ouy Flemling, I. -y t* ,, s .at anl surr'en- l wbrssml ~y.isimI.
V.C.; C. D. Wood, prelate; T. A. Duren., ('0. I TAAiNU Oni aWMPANY /
!&easy *M. of W.; M. II. Dl)l 'Pa .1,M of A.; .. 1IK. '!, Oi 1 ." an .:,,. tO"*' rWimiml)
W ll la s and Wells, K. of It. and H.; a. T Ii'eining, n1 ;l"' .i r* ..'-t. to I 'r, n- ,
whV were twated M. of C.; J. W. May. I. 0(.; W. it"Wrytf-r. but <%.% lpaird.ned by the
Saa tin rd Air Line, B nders, 0. U.; 8. TT. Flemin g, repre- gov ernir. ......*,. 7.
i e ity, Williams be- ftativ. ___ _HA'! HA! HA! i
1,- te hbanklng hounp
WI4ll1s11 aki Co., and REONCILIATI.CN S)0G1HT, Good Digestion and Good Healt
of the Continental Lad in Keo rehrs ,i r BrSing Joyous Life.
S 10 rf* .ft. [t iiA ot -c Do not lani' the, poor dyspepti(c for (32-1oc1 ipor'ateal
S lt ire orIf te ,l, A" '. I ),'ii i,.le. ,'cro's, nervous, irritable E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
-B s rereent the b yt ' ld Kgroulhv. ie, Ihit got a hearty Agstlraol of iile and full information furnished regarding tindli IL
imt o L rh. eoae.y, a* 'nt#. I .1. i l,.il ini his whole, system. oornoty. Our manager has lived io this county thirty yaea andg
-l triEfter the i l "i'-1 i .1 ', t. i '. llt'fore there Is any joy or merri- is thoroughly converasnt with land titles.
.l itty ed J fInln i't I st f,!'- r '. itl'. inI lit, it. IN il'nec.ssairy to tone ui t the -
I 8 kelto W illiam ,. in an cort ,Ii .: 1. .1f: ;weak nteinach musetle l as n get al. f V11. I
__11011__1._ _* gestlun working naturally by u ing "7 0 U 9
rb)i r ; l:.;.. .. .; '.. '1 ,lC ;. ttona stomach tablel. Thiy ire- FIRE. ACCIDENT, BURIGLARY AND INDEMNITY INHURANOY. RelrT.
S I ROM LL. ; .cJ Atm trsensing h number ot prominent Amnericar and Er lih companies
PRe'ilalOM SELL. In-;iw. :.h'h',, (i h .5 iii iId *acriition cures all utouiach troubles REAL EdTAT? AND OITY LOAMN
roi .mr ia g. T lrby strengtlhening the digestive niachhin- O iir.ets tig -llte Lo-.itAm s
B B B eeixciteie..nt and (I,, t 4 .fli f', rya'id putting it in much perfect -- '
N w. .. .. dhas waid. a vir!tim of t,,nrt t,,. l,,, order that It will care for all the food l, q
SuUl~l. 0. Sloseld has Mr`Curd. wh waw 26ti ytars o. ',i, that IN teiteui without distress or inidl.
i !llr eo> -h an* accul of lsnpp)lig Mr, Br..an ot 'w t l gn tlioni '.
4" F ,si Mr. Power she rilteriet her (isapproval of he go certain and reliable Il Mi)-olia to I
to Mamra n'Perry. m*rriale. The oenlor llrynnitrt, r'. cure Indix"tion and all stomach-eilak.- I OU Are I SUr
A80 Ia10rOl line of teied with a sntria. nIt an ;,iA. I-. that J. W McCollum & Co. sell
l Mr. l00l will Move son dilrar"ied him. then, I' is ,'.' I it nilder an absoluta- guarantite to re-
Is N adeMlded as to lo- th'Is lI Yin. I )'t in kil', i.l; fund the money uinhle it cure. Try u a Company that i ltlespoiribl, Have a Polley Correetl)
.hvVritten With Libi-rbil;) (,I P olc.!I uL tr ll(Ot &IMJ he (owpt,, '
Higr lawt is one f Hell'a Juimpid i, .> !,1'i .1 1 ,i ;i.',t bo\ and see. how 'jlekly yeo Wrte aVl h Liborli) Poc C rc an he Compny
M bWt has been on his. - will et r.lle.f frint iigestion auid kay Losses rftupiu
^*Rl. Ngly <- g St 0'1 HII t r. ,forget you haie a astmnach .
Sle to i right. enereetlc J :' s t 2 .'
Ss s one the pr i .*' .. HELP MEN TO FIND WORK. re Assured
I0p ieA ad bl ".etL'. I A I I,* It no serious loss .can oV. rome you without you haT oe
^ '^tin- UOnle t f '*' .. -;:, t r ... I ? '
UItegrity and .agntleman- ad fr *
mani r.,r 1.. i ',r,

A Cia rdaJ Se. Hgh P tr* : N ,,,,. i Vone bs eliabl, Companis Reple.entd. I
i iSbl:_ y -l Mlkr y Thir is to c'rtif" that all iruggi 'ts l>, ',a 1.; .. \i -- e n
Sthem h py ver yges are authorilled to rfusil )our n lon .'iy If "i'l-'" .r .i.1 x;, S
ill .. d ei Folley't Hon.y and Tar f.llha to run 'he-re '1 ,** ;; L, V U 1
heals L- t l outhe ilis tui, jIre,ni l .eu'la,,. r to il. .,q'q .....---- "A._UH'^A ^q,
oy yours h er olr i etp t 'a g e ~r '* 'ora .t! uoneheerfullytrnbed. GAINEIVILA
ltfl- i resu llts fro.s -',Wld (uires la riprlle ini him "t ic re larre^^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ 1 *11*1
ohss i 'hie (ori talusl lo Pan tea .l Itl l,' n i a bt ri t

.. T e Year to all Net Uitlr.ss' l.t 14 arg. Mw t. Avoid AppndicItis.
::..-i- i Ad lrt.n 4'tl s !.n r :. Moet _lctlml of appldlt ael Ii are

N M 916011111 ANCMSR. 1 ft~ito '. %e. I "1. t.o5 I those who are habitually oemstipated
_OHM) o aXitiu-e ruit Synrp cur,"
J". L-J. A. Chmblln is ebrvmeonstipem by stimulating
11WJan. tw.wJ. A. fCMa ry A'P~i~.. -. ~ 't-I;!S f d tIS& A the Iluer and bowels and restore, the T y p e te r
~ h tswriy fMr us S\. "e .~i tntuloo tof Ethe bowels. OrtulAnoWLDa

11W VWL MIAw"I mum GOII Tag ]BES
vt. ae.teorgrl:and is ld and p Ile aItn I'
JIiVYI Q :. to tshe Refusersubatltutoo. j RR. 93Tan
11611bi AMo 1MiIMIII.D& o Has T a
"S" Snl ad Flemag. of Aftata. Kift.q'. ~-40 1* o" .wet% *- NITIDA ItNAR
ilipdifto tbe heoays e Wd Urth Ii'5..

#*A"" A a- 1,' 4 U I- o l ... or
P. V. tawl "d daughter. PNone* I tre .ki' t
t.tesbitLGh~ tes~isanagThe
Him Mamie A%*ude swbe 1W 0- ~"- ~~H lncir :xaIu 7ra.'n 'ra 1.Capia edWrifty, of &be WeW
b th e 6 ~ ~ v u et k ia 'i v ~ hb h e r P a4 1 1 - 1 11 's a v '. 1 qk .n d I; 'zkif bV 's e s h e a n y t h eraag ~ ~g u m
W& POL96 CURED IN 4 TO 14 DAYS. j&ad 6*,12ImtI : ruinfIs tie Ki'~P'a~eva -a syee sm
Howd eWmWrr-- P V oftb* 6DAXt)O 1NTMiEST It guaranteed to, 0e1ata&icet-1161 'ten "we, l~qum T-
111111 iVd V y V a t U &I" 611410 6 OW I ase o t c h %L g. fu n d alee .-I s ae 'sWbI 1%*'. .~ s,rm e4 1 4tvc e ill be aF o %wo-
bmw t* ? theh'as.) v, W or lomrdlag Ptle 13 toato 14 an" 00C4t) e.raasu.qwI ~ t, ri b mma- J
now of st~he ~Nagtia i-~latt~- --~& vs mau~wuiun
Whisk they swIt to Itihrto'u nba1% sa11 WWI~

-TViXehto in a liar rxr-SC1U she.Pw*Ayes Pub. AyIsFi.TlI IATT1
Ads ~Am's PAL f nan
Od **q md &A beb .WO 161. e I L SW W402 5. f l
mil rITl ilY ON If,.a

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red the Jury in This Fa.
Ca. in Dade Coauty.


a Charged With the Murder
Newoomb at West Palm
and the Trial Has Attracted
le Attention in Florida.
trial O6Ttemas W. Troy at Mi-
-eharged wjth the murder of
Newoomb. a young man in
PahM Beach several months ago,
last come to an end, after oo-
the attention of the court for
weeks, and resulted in a ver-
st acquittal for the defendant
case has attracted great la-
throughout the entire State.
especially in this section, the
having been married to Miss
B Sgh. daughter of Mrs. LAllian
formerly of this city, where
relsided with her mother for sev-
1 ears.
re was employed upon both
of thW case eminent counsel.
every Inch of ground was contest.
on either aide. The case aroused
'interest of the people of Dade
ty, and every day the big court
was filled with spectators, many
whom were women.
t will be remembered that Mr.
y, who is from Macon, Ga., but
o ha been engaged In the lumber
es tIn Honduras, left a steamer
SPalm &each, bound from Honduras
SNew Y* He went into the Zapf
Uoon to takr- glass of wine, when
Sdifficulty occurred which cost
ungs Newcomb hid life.
Mr. Troy gave bond and was re-
ased, returning to Florida for trial.

ainesvillo Musical and Dramatic Club

The most Interesting meeting ii
* history of this club was held Tue..
y evening at the home of Mrs.
J. Richards. The work ie shows
markable improvement r I)pat
rehearsals, and the opet ins to
asume presentable ihape rhe first
t finale, which is scored pvtt.
heavily-one movement carrying th'
principals and chorun-calls for con-
siderable effort, and the members have
put their shoulders to the wheel and
are making splendid Vrugress with it:
into fact, the progress was somewhat
of a surprise to the director, who de.-
serves the thanks of the entire orgatnl
station. as well as the credit for the
successful showing.
The intermediate rehearsals have
aided wonderfully, and, if kept up as
It Is hoped they will be, the production
I the opera in a couple of months
should be assured.
Another general rehearsal will be
held Friday evening at the home of
Mr. Cadwaliader.



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The Swine and the Flower
Ohk I saw a huge and loathsome sty,
Wherein a drove of wailowin swihe were barred,
Who0 banquet shocked the nostri and the eye;
Thia spoke a voice, U Behold the source of LARDI"
I fle, and aw a field that seemed at first
One glistening mass of rome pure and white,
With dewy buds 'mid dark gren foiag nursed;
_And a I lered oer t ovely light,
ee that led tat tern ene
"Behold the source of COTTOLENEl"

Nature's Gift from the
COTTOLENB is a pure and wholesome frying and sh.rtenlng tion; and (
medium, made from r fled cottonseed oil. There is nut an o'une case) at th(
of hog fat la It to make food unwlIekmome, gres and indigertible. Chicago W
As evidence of Its superiority, COTTOLENZ received (;rgti has teen i
Prime (hWgbet pible award) at the Louismaa Purchase E~i- Invariably

Sunny South
Gold Medal. (also resentlg highest awards lo each
e Charleston Exposmton. tie Paris Bxposatlon and the
world's Fair. In fact. in Ievery C wherevr CO* OLNI
hilbited In competition with other cooking fats, it ha
been granted the bighet award.

HONOR TO MISS GOODE. I AT THE OPERA HOUSE. B ~Yt~ot'ig Lnd al .?tie lg~

Queen of the Carnival Will 4~ Present. Beggar Prince" Company Closed Pop- frilsot (',itlu itmIN-el ese (111ki 134ns
ad With Gold Watch Tonight. ular Engagement Thursday Night. 1 )4.11 lui, tei-td Ii the kitllh it! iHalt
Aectirding ill'the agreement, M ims The' l'ggar l~rhictI Ol'era C0~im fe'lJ. e liaitiggie .hptv l ~eiven mil pelit u
LIl lols' (titiei. lilt was elected Q41.11414111I tuIt) *-41aiuwvllesi. 'ititf orile th#wtrl- It, 1) ~itII. .N14.41111 Th'l-ie..o'art,
itr lie C('riii'a I.) ita popular vote' will crat eot~~in iiy ltosed I0% .'ugaje Ke'mw1tL It h il()tI 1t i.' t111 316 I ktsitt' t ill, I te' ate',
rt-4#,i~v it hmeat ,ineke'u gold watch thinifor the' se'a.-ota hiro. 3huretday n liglt, tit-u sitilI Is.'iteg ft rtil', illterniwilivilli c and
ev~e lug. 4Ingtin~Ihe token(i, or prize, br Ilore'p~tiltitng tilt-thre'v :et 4-311 i'lt, lptIe'ra i 'ter oielucl I t1,11', fzrin .4! ('il.
tAit3 11lidIbI ira Din z olo." It cimilca irlmnite' eilAtt it !Itoo erp. awleu
~.l I ~ ~ 114 IUI f~e hihl ~cnn~ Ths. s ou' u! I e' .'et Ists jailh'to liet ips of lilt- iluit io riwttllt icti' li the.
plirnceitedulwii "11thin honor, which In u'vor vlistineg aievilte,e~ille. .The~it- e's' 241t Satt 1 ale el lie iiIti 01111 ir utthe'
Sue' as.iMait i-;.i Cold ho bestowedd Uliesle!are gwxl, th iie ~ t t' e' e g'umoe. i id yficu' ir'H i!till, fargs in#fVito(hae
.allusie %Il..d'111% It g*w as e'.ldenc~e-there 6 n uothitig dull aiouut the thuea /lholl. btied i hlue l 1 14lstol 4. et-aseel'..
of Ili r ijiar ity and It iin rill4d Ie'345 lit all, the cuinata I ileiecee'a. I, et lo Thu'ri 1k. 11111111 ii f-ia t le h l Ic li~t It
to lita(ti (a! '.1cc will a4ccet'I the' token ltilet-ieelo ert u i thu ;Ito-' .eii. l eo j ld fr
with t- U .' HiivoritltInwhich it lit 411 e lfu $1%l) hoPn i
pri'344'flti'4! H~~~ow to Avoid Pneomo Is. t~~IIe i. ~i 'ei t '''i i
The' ~uttinwill he Made' at You can atusid. lGini-mloidit aidi tedellicu Smith-Grown.
the' snolaw-f the' glass blowe'rs4be. serIous results frum a total toy tak~au .~~ing #11A WSill midt1131 %r'e Moat e.: ilr-tagi~ lo
tween %l a to'c4 l43o(ck. FlysHte aITr t I.WtIe
l~o~c's hoey an lar.It .ts~'w i'hrm~t eit *4 v irriai'l ;it tie'lflt, loasoapte Ii11asoe igoni re, ielfuiseI
A Nw ears art. cough and ex Is'hetI'e cutetfrome the' cit It,.. Nis-eit hus4 Ie' i iherult s i'erolay
A Nw Yar' Paty.agatern as It ra nuli.Ily hatatilt ..It. nighti. I.ItsTJ Isitit i Wholating "tai~tty fw4urion the entire v
()iw ltfill.' pieaitant Informal futic. fuseany but the gIua11111 ll Inthe )4ellaiw MslronI 0 iinltti
tiouls (if the' spasimnwas ic"lltatt'h'i Packiet. 3. W.'McCejlhint & Co iuii s e'lhe~~ nli.of )youlr hl(un~iuO t is, If
________________________________________ cit) hat'. ll; re'.. ilmf' here' all hop,' lIfee .
party.tesiee' by Mr. saud Mrs. Flitch Mrllr Hilth its a ihels-nn.risier lit-Isa, yofur Iiumntoill iwni0A dU I
and Ei~ithel et ewkin. at their UofU iiCold" iSI atll'..'t(fVirgalola but derlde*ei ItoninksahI troiigpoi ey for *
Cosy lautit" oil West Court street. his hitueas lit riasrlela. andi v'r) *lowly u
Tuefuela) -*t- 1celieg to a fvw owel'let 3 EU Ddierid that itsv firt thInst hoe ilpt
finsiwat.a asItf#-sand Ihe. riot one' d *o telumigu.~
The' e'.etulng was passed Inintamost UIITr be' souloilwe'll frele'prolud
en0)Abo' ai"manner, those presetlitbav-T. W9=UB A K ('aoniratulatifaaessare' If% truievr andl
Ing neon.'together to watch the old ---Tb- ----- eSurs Is the, AfirsteWe ete-nd theeli In ttils 04 lid IS4Ih*Iin. WbI
year out and Ithe na" Vyear In. itur. to hb in pomq? i ~ctbll
lng ite#. *'enlng therv was amsoo fte Sfe of glad hauftalmms yw m ql It iAn
Music, %local and insttruaental. after At this Ofeoef Ibuolewme he. )V. 190: ~arrel Notion 14 mwinlas aimlaourto f a
whIech Its#.'guests were Invited I16W the Ir1'ariatlul) sm nasud a boits In the a5HwbINsm IF'mU e. THfINK.
dinInx-room. where a spreadl was held. Cendeneed frosm RopseA to the State har rtionsis of IKameo. but 11allard'.
Including all kinds of nice tb!!Sgs to CsmpW~w Dle e. $1. IWO. 191themh'ipid 111rup has sashebd pit ret'.
eat. 1111O"C rds as a tr 'w fDot ieh. broxilbithi.
After the bells bad tolle the tnld RIORCLIll fiue'n&A 1aud all palmmmery sbm
night hour. sad evistybody felt sure 4 (dimewoot SW33tT CV11- -1. ortt. an. a.wie
that it was Now Year, thel happy DO WO V eas aid 'rett15-4.1 "Ihat r sistrr fumile a medkicine that
crowd dispmrsd, wliahing the deew"r nwR o me ,wimuelcar@ a e'o"A itsqsrkli a& HaltIi1
*aert.tialfle'fand swrh other many 01, 46'e .larda tioa enhbutsoldSynu. I bavat38864 h bIhS IeU
hapiot reursoihhabe Ve.RO.SL81114J3,it foutjforeias" NoM byW U. Jkam.fi
Or Rir.. Funeral. ToolFal ,W.34 tIP.00AC k .i~._ 4~

The funeral of Udward H Rah ,LIASSLITAIRS.
the death of WbM omrredat hin c ,WMI..'... ... 0.711.0004
h(Wou %(5 OI~b 781W? At!evi We4tadedd. prulGsUMAI
seeds*as eabohld ThuI& romay thues lb.. S 7?
residew-e. Rev. 3. J. Niueof tOw
irust Methodist cebmieb eeisltff TOM v SStA
'Notuithtb&4Uo 1 the fect thel the,___
j.vsew4 use oagnisav.4ray a 1stags 41#VIOda.
here the faasniwal amwell i.dCinpoLeem
sand tht b"cvue m aY aodwow GJ I I 3 UkTwoercAshr T he'Ifnot
oreivila to took. ,do 6Ieuusely swear that ss 5
The a' vspedb7 of the go mmusity iSo bo-rve ANSOnwu mp t is fus t'a twmert eof
e"tto-vdpt: to the hwqav#d family m al 1MVwIOG sA" Wilef

UMWkaW s Soomasyne b"this Dat 21, i. P StiAWJ%4
beas SSW 'or dalk" s coblog It'~. %Owlf'vhli
Suma the 4W. aff lb.Mems. r ofiFto i Tr~osJ
Oftys A afI peSCam WWwind Mile, Gi X KH"OL VK 011.50033 14vt
h~ I~am

be0,6 *vn si j .i t I
ei. .i e g thin ff"L'si f~~5 M5
b 'V1~5 CA0eCal*g'ad-, vWh.4
Lo.aa'.ir -5ociagm pla ta fv a'W
aim 0, lewlta Had)4 OMI~GN4t
velamows 1001. ot.@4 bbeehan tlaitwe.
fte wb.lof&'Y4peidabW Phil* Ions#g
Abs 86 VOM460bigSee swgns~tm.MIAN*
Wl.Acsee4 veaOnger

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Vnwv 4)o=.. ma4Woe* ajolb. ket*
r~elin ile a~pt e ISJbows a
fseaeI m~d u.Fd Kidney
(CiaroImIA to Strem 4d &vow,.a& is
nwoodlolasoolg~ib ao MW pmasa
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Whe he betasI t it e
%ag ato thNat owil lo
offe oaM of ter rand r the
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Jil/to son his way to the
is a sse, areTse Sie .t
p M wlrM hi sa 1ut Ite taon willy

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emt e of tq mvelt hai a marvel

Mi Wli Wiea he began to write

40A v~

IM WL.jeem"s mesagehe found elevgu 'mtorp Iuten-vit In It than ti~tore. The
W0---of big lstmeecag' still met! Dutton liamk Is all right, andi (;clnes.
mesemoy., yule Is solid as a pressed brick
69 pm Omwanae your trobles- Samue- nlwtopra'. i~r"ldout of the
t Wina Yi? You-amid American Federation of Le4hti. de
aftibeuilboo"advertMs8n-can. care, that In the rowilui eear his or.
pm 41119, W" a O"aY Crowd of! ganization Is going to maske a strong
L Z ~iat am* ymr way. fight for ho owo ho 5'QmysZha
th ok(folmimn h okn
AVIS# krme. aving-loolofO ont II otne
,'pwwhe iWIIbe emVOWdwibothercsld tha-t the'Ir mn.'nwrobii, is now
A&A~e 111-de~y overf X.ueOWo411,i to 14dxsiml4nt tbelieve
o -us ;1W abuut in strik's for ithe sake of striking. anti
~ hywtbO W11111,IS Wia-VY Of 01110. *01% gl.dl, a, crpt voluntary arfitra
tI(Tuu jraiiinv'dedthe' Arhiltrating is romlly
TIWO IS Comm ui talkOff sed 'oluetaayry And rfithfutaihcarried otit.
mV uv CIeeehU 1Yft I s S6; If .witmitel lf ah14ir will 411111uitunite s a
bet 11111t his mdi 8Sho041d4SlOP'sulid bodi o-i thtme garineiplos that are
3 .Wd the #lkellOMd of the Proi ereesiary for the -otirtteton of the
brisSW usg e another attack sorking mcii.tit sill have a far reach-
.g tilesttsmlist elect 4-Mthe poliics of the comh
to b IaNow York a fow days
Mr. ftuft111ItlMs.410 the du 8Stits or Out'. Cm o vi jas a ", I
puma at ofThe Vutouted Statee, r A& .Cot 'vvy
a mst elause e"d "etb lFranlk J Ct'hew, rjakees oath tOat
,'g~ H.imrekte ~ ~o.~fuuurehe t a senIorjuvit-l rof the firm of r
"WebHe pcosad~ered paialmlmt u foJ tbenev & Ce d'bgtoat uim.,In the
tevuwi awidePre"d attes,.reto cit of Tt~ed%. mvwtitytvamilSiteat',forv,
Coetitutkina) lw. &84 &4tet" & obald. an4 that 'wid fArm will paythe
enrcftuI "aN tokw the eevWwgu S"mof (haeioltu~rAs.Wd I'fm e cu'ach
pAbtsof Ma" amd Cis~ sacom,0. atarrh that railwt%
he um4 1'rthemes, itIt~l. alc7tarrh
Cure P~rlA.N' J Hr\
a) ta 0 1 stiel O W the tout, ~ ~ ,a~a smw
You vd"itiffe and masager ,)IThePow uFit bperrm adommu
muadivia R"-%wA. has ,vihqsd his cvm 14 MV A1"'k 0-1l-VIbA w euAS fI*.4
*Wk-tS* slit that vapor lie isgns em itc1. V 3LK
editor C- 'b. Ictda~rulRc o ,46 qtMI I Nuxerv Nb*c.
usbrti 4 jakii-'44%w &id dvete to 1151 all'salarrh (Oarr- is talieuWO
tU lduviria nit%,A ot 11' any., led act. diar4wt~y on C0'e bmaa4 W
the tad~~taa ~10"Pgg44- am ift of t4 e ey3-tea. Send
ur Lat'vawii.. . isN t Sud &WNaR tBU6WIsis. 15w
Cthee "d'teft~l. of1.14,h a jtnsml SM41 FrJ Clim-KgY a (o. To", 0 (
Tb.lw IU3t .d uamc h-1l fA byhall IriAggesu. 7'k
Takir 141111 Ve ity 1"111llstoi' t.Ati.
S~d a, tt~r.qt'j .M ~Chba via"

muinV.m -. mii.

Alehna soenty is 8.,4UO saree In
area. has 3U8 miles railroad, 9M
misee waglO road. be postomee,
138 public ehbools, I1 phosphate
plans, 20 saw mills) $78.O00 ounr
houee, four newspapeUs, and pro.
deebe corn, evon, AO sugar,
oats, rye, potatoes, pineapples, or.
anese, peaches, pearsi plains, .
eams, and all kinds of 'vgetable.

GSain lle, e Count Sea...
Has founero ehurehlt,. two public
schools, the alversity of Florida,
prstvte schools thrme ewppes ,
aited atsee lae a. i eth' bea
water, Ire alarm system. eleetse
and s Ilghts, two ie* fwetorele,
aehlae shopI, three wool Faeto.
rie. eeto i1w, tewo mNW ft eSrtes,
thr e rlre d. two fentil oor ama.
ifabsrtag euopfteal, one ftbse
ufatfeto rs one resyla one r
pe aoe plaes. floor beaks, aad wII
uriltekd stae em breloag every.
lhiag i a the OimMA lieI

Do Not Neglect a Id.
Eg er eld the L uuiIs, loversthe i** ma e
less abes to
pin the way for more ser Ious icdm
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SOLID /A.'A PIRES1 D BRICK. I Swift's Premium le r r 190
surpasses in beauty any of the many
NOW that the ple Ito about over, striking calendars already issued by
!ad" bases Is again resuming Im this form. The calendar ii iO.la |) of
0or1mal ~ad healthy conditltan. The three separate puaels, each g8x71
So fta e gained to congrulatlate inches. The first panel portrays "An
Oslue1YtWe aid Alaohua0 coUty on Idea Anmvrican Girl's Head" painted
the a rway In wbhcb they by AMIss A. C. Eggleston and delicate-
save .W' the stor. At no ly lithographed In twelve colors and
m fe q r t ial htttltatkios gold. The second and third panels
la danger, even temporarily e*mbar- are of classic beauties. These two
raSied.. i fact that the banks of pictures are from the brush of the
OlteeiHle, did not Bnd it ne5e@ssry famous Russian painter. Eisman Se-
to- te certiflieato, b paid their menowsky, whose work Is t'a well
4epiltor euash Oe demand, not only known among art connoisseurs. The
re11eot great credit on the beaks treatment of these two subjects Is
tea4VeteV son ibeir management, classical without being severe and the
but i t1I4fsputa116 proof also of the warmth of tobe and depth of portrayal
substala l prlo r M(7 and sound fnan- are trull wonderful. As the last two
Oell 064MWtt ofAJ uas conwty0. panels contain no advertising matter
Not oly dl1d our banks, through the of any kind they are especially wel.
1t1re pale period, pay verY7 d4pot-' come In the home where they are suit.
tO' caMO on demand. but their recent able objects, for framing. Swift &
stemtents show that they have been Company, Chicago, Is sending out this
aod tilt are e" rylOg I ub larger re- beautiful 1908 Premium Calendar
N1rea than the law requires,. postpaid for 10 cents in stamps or
The Bus refers with especial pride cola.
aad oclgratulation to the showing in
this reard made by the old rehable should the relatives of the late Sen-
DW':a Bank In Itsi published state- ator Stephen R. Mallory bind In a vol-
Weat the morning. It will be ueen ume all references of the press of the
tast the esh reserve of this bank is State and Nation upon his death, not
6 per .eet of Its deposits, wbile ibe a single word derogative to the public
law requires only 20 ppr cent, show- and private life of the deceased patriot
iag that the solidity of this Institu- would be found In the hundreds of
tio In gprant.ed not only by every pages such a volume wiuid contain.
precauUlon known to the law, but by What a beautiful picture it would pre-
over two and one-half times what the sent-nothing but eulogy. No more
law p smidere absolutely safe under beautiful tributes have been paid a
01iI conditions. Certainly a ffne' deceased public official In the history
stwlng. This sound old institution* of the country-not a blot to mar a
It will be remembered, has an hon. single line in the entire volume.
orable record rechinp back through Truly, an upright, honorable life has
a period of over forty years, and has its reward, and the life of Stephen
for early half a century stood as a Russell Mallory In worthy the emula-
oanosial bqlwark for Alachua county. tion of every young man of the pres.
omes six months ago the turvlylng 1at generation. i f you can lay down
founders, Col. Dutton and Col. Nihols. the burdens of private and public life
dbeslamg to retire from the active with the clean record that Florida's
management of Aho business, and hay. latq Senator 'did. you need have no
Ing no plans for the future with ref- fear of the future
erenoeto the banl, decided to close ..
out t10e institution, and wrote'a, per.
0s11d lOtter to all the dela tor re-. Denver is reported to be planning
uestan M to withedraw their deto keep the Democratic convention
qupot-lg thingm to withdraw their de-ly cool by usin many tons of mountain
pote-.thng almothe history of bank- sncw. In addition some of the dele-
ng. The request was of course protes may throw cold water on the
largely compiled with: but before the proceedings In their speeches.
day for the final closing out of the
buslnes, Major W. R. Thoma. feel-
Itg that the closing of the bank
would be a great loss to this section BAD BREATH
of the state, and seeing also an ex-. ., .J.i.m.,..
traordlnary business opportunity, went l e 48a MaIIb e, 4My 1 T-oo
a l a. s se U etrO. 3175M. bi u'feva
to work and secured a reorganluation s o .wo. weeks a hfeseomm
isfeste 6~4 tner allu tbee I ean wilItyO as
of the bank. On account of thP fact saJ t1 aeareml'ur me.
that the depositors had largely co.rn- I f o -.,ay I
piled with the request to withdr
their deposits, the old Institution u5 6 61a r .
der its new management had practi. The Doweo
rally to start from a new beginning.
What it ha accomplished to six
months Is clearly shown in its pub.-
Iltshed statement today. .
Thotih reorganilsli unildr d Nfllhtly
changed name, It Ib the %anim old bank
('ol. button and 'ol Nichols are still P1 ,IWa ,utta,.e. P*IM TeAsod on a i.
financially and (omelally connected r4 it, r *I,,,, e ts*1.1 tiop*..U u
with it, and, if Ilble, take even ttto rrCe. r lr N b Y.
with It, and. If pknalble, take even swtrtU-0e CO.. Chitea or N.Y. 2d

"avwue an d A61miK esehaum I s fnptl
am hIii s aim u sothhe Ec h emim 6'
Wh*Oek g is alwasm welicethmc3 ~ eee
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B i4sta Ocala realized
L at a beaar tgiv'en for the
tkf Ohaasge at Arcadia.

Atisatc Coast Line depot
8 0a0lty completed. The
will be about

w Il. station of Pensa-
eted, and will
e4 over to 'the city in about

soourednineteen awards at
elown Exposition. She re-
ten gold, tour silver and Aive

the year 1907 permits were
In Jacksonville for the eree-
Of 1,016 buildings of an estimated
* of $8,068,370.

Ork haa been resumed on the
pa Northern. It will not be long
before the grading will be com-
d and then the rails will be laid.

city of Sanford has cloed a
t to make an exhibit at the
Winter Exposition. the approxl-
cost of which will be $3,000 or

as College will have a fine 11i
as President Blackman has suc-
od in raising the $20,000 neces-
to supplement Andrew Carnegle's
saloons of Pensacola have with-
In their petition requesting per-
on to remain open until 11 p. m.
of 9 o'clock, as ordered by the
Three negro men and %e negro
have beea arrested in Pensa-
charged with systematically rob-
the Kleln Grocery Co. of grocer-
and McConley's saloon of liquors.

Bince the great fire In Jacksonville
May 8, 1901, which destroyed an
to of 2,600 buildings, causing
loss of about $15.000,000, there have
an 7,42 buildings erected, the total
ne of the new buildings being about
.938.671. -
Jandon Bros. of Miami have just
pked the Arst solid carload of to-
toes for this season. The car was
signed to Chicago. The recent
towers In that section have done the
irop much good and this shipment will
he followed by others In a few days.

William Fowler, a member of
lerusalem Lodge No. 100, F. and A.
I., of Tampa $colored), has had an In-
taction lasted prohibiting the lodge
Waove menatomed from Installing of.
lern that have recently been elected
ad not betng able to prevent their
astallation himself, sought the courts.

Thomas J. L. Brown. In a conversa-

tion with a Time-Union
ays that If Congressiam



Be ir i df rerWI& aithm Have
It YO -B &M bkche, ther to
am#y me way to em. ItL
The pinftwar bs" can the kid-,
A bad bob =medas sick acy.
Nagleg IL. uhuy trmble follw.
ib~~~Ps wie Nbe made for
ILela mahrdwso. Imesg
in: "I med .~a Kide= Publ
"d owq Aw me cc bolachb and
i uib4 do at do kye.w Two or thre
5A- 40 -ow of of -fi s my
be* I "m wows to veil ow sevra
* ais "01 se doe~ di the kber
%ztow C i1f7badmadi= dark
..e. dl Of -we Y Mmd
Mr. I WWi uu w -U

al 00 am a" Ibm ia&
"Id to a mmft w"m

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is a candidate for the U'nited Stat-
Senate be wll withdraw and give alw
4ent support to Mr. 8parkmag. and
that he would be a candidate for Ca*O
grea from the first district and would
go Into the race to win.

Cory L. Fulton, who eaise liat pub..
lie notice by his charges t PilUting
the MB ambia court houafJM wim
drew a sentence of two y* In the
penltenUary, for the graft obtained
from the county, is requesiB a par-
don at the hands of the State Board

of Pardons. He ha'a served eight
months of his time in the State con
viet camp@. ---
Edward Swaine, a small lad ol
Pensacola, according to reports-de-
sired to produce more noise than can
be obtained from an ordinary cannon
cracker, so placed a quantity mS
powder In a tin can. A fuse was
placed in the can. and lighted, but
apparently the ipoder did not ignite.
The boy was engaged in making an
investigation wheii the explosion o0-
curred. burning him about the face
and otherwise causing painful Injuries.

Hew a Rural J. P. Decided a Suit Se-
tween Neighbora.
Problems worthy of Solomon's acu-
men are often sulmiltte arbitrators, juttti>e of the peace. In
the Macon county (Mo.) archives is a
case of this sort:
Timothy Kain. a farmur of Easiey
township. Met mit some watermelon
vines which gtew no luxuriously that
they trespassed upon the elMd of hbi
neighbor, F'eli Hopje1r. When garner-
Ing time enme K!in's attempt to bar-
vest his runaway product was rebuked
by Hopper and hi shotgun. The con-
troversy got into court, and Squire
William Enaley. for whom the tow-n
ship was unsied, was asked to decide
the ownershipl of ten watermelon
worth 15 ceuts apiece. The lawyers
for Kain read .books to show that hbe
rights of prttperty followed the vines
clear Into the next county should they
travel so far. Llopper'I mWwyers pr-I
duced equally mouidl readIig to prove
that Hloppjr win entitled by law to
anything that amuilped on lhs premises.
It wauMntt llpliper' fault, they sald. If
the vines wanted to spread out and co
visiting. lei had the same right to
them tin.t lie would have to a colony
of honeilxe'" that might get tired of
being with Krl'i and concluded to move
over and make- honey for Hopper.
Squire Euplry let the lawyeram sput
until they hnd read through all their
books; then be arose to his six feet
and said:
"Mtltrhell has read books that make
It absolutely ,*vrtalu them melons be.
long to Knin. I hadn't any doubt la
the world about that till Outb re here
got up and turned MIteIIs law boti
tom side ip. T7hre's as questIon but
what there a enough lawi t theb looks
for both Knin and Hopper, and that
ought to make 'em happ. The cort
decides under the cltrstaneM that
with the law deciding both ways tber's
nothing to do but to hand out Justice
as be see It. The JUdgment of ie.
court in that those are Kaln's metons"-
"Tha6nk you. your baser," amid MItdb.
ell. arismlu and bowing.
-"-but that he's Indebted to Ilopphe
20 centm apiece for storage," Maltedd
the Justle.
"But. ,our boor." said MItchell in.
dlgnantUl. "you can't do that They
haven't fled say celial for storage.
Besides. you're salowlng them maeo
for their umeiins thea they're werth ai
the market."
*"Tth court will take jedkdal W
sC the adfeadats r igts. oSet or e4,"
said tP4|re l Baler, w ith p9e Mpw
t ** "A ndrooatwn maevW a sdem


To the People of Gainesville.
To Whom It May Concertn:
Of late there has been a good deal
of discussion tn Oalnes] ille to regard
to advertised medicines and their val.
as-the papi'rs are full ,f them.
We want to say to ea ry man. wo-
man and child to Gaine-ville that we
believe the most valuab', preparation
of cod liver oil-the 1 -at tonic ri-
constructor, health istorer and
strength creator-we buve ever sold
In our store is Vinol.
Vinol to not a patent medicine, 't
contains no Injurious drugs, but it ac-
tually does contain all of the medici
nal, curktive elements taken from
fresh coda' livers, without a drop of
the useless oil to upset the stomach
and retard ita work, atd tonic Tr,;i
Vinol tois reogised throughout the
world as the greatest strengthh cra-
tor for old people, weak, sloklv wo-
men and children, nursing moth e's
and after a severe sickness.
Vinol cures hacking coughs, chrmnic
colds, bronchitis. and ill throat an a
lung troubles. We ank the l-ople of
Gainesville to try Vinol on our offer
to return money If It falls--W. M.
Johnson, Druggist.

Barrier Against Matrimony In Wnloh
the Poet Rejoiced.
Notwithstanding your hnopplueM and
your recomumeadatlon. I hopl I shall
never marry. Though the moat xbeau-
tiful creature were waiting for toe at
the end of a Journey or i walk, though
the carpet were of salk. the curtains of
the morning clouds, the chairs and sofa
stuffed with cygnets' down, the food
manna, the wine bi'yonml claret, the
window owning on Wliuandor mere. I
should not feel, or, rather, my happl.
ysoe would not be so flue, as my soil.
tudle i sublime. Then, instead of
what I have described, there is a sub-
Umity tq welcome me home. The roar.
Ing of the wind Is my wife, and the
stars through the window pane are
my children. The mighty abstract idea
I have of beauty In all thing stidaes
the more divided and minute domestic
happlnees-an amiable wife and sweet
children I contemplate as a part of
that beauty, but I tmet have a thou.
sand of those beautif particle to fill
up my heart.
I feel mome aid m e every day as
my imaginatIon strengthens that I do
not live la this world alone, but an a
thousand worlds. No sooner am I
alone than shapes of epic greateess
are stationed around we and serve my
spirit the ofice which is equivalent to
a king's bodyguard-tben "tragedy wltb
sceptered pall come sweeping by."
Atcogdiug to my state of mind I am
with AchUles shoutUig In the trenches
er wtf TbeWUstrue Io the vales of Nied
y,.,or I throw my whole twinsg nto
Trollu, and, repeating those linm, "I
wander ke a klot soul upon tWe Sty-
gean bank. staying for wattage," I
melt Into the air with a voluptuousanee
so delicate that I am content to be
alone. These thing, cutmolted with
t o I hav of the opie e nerailty of
women, who appear to me as ehilrhlrn
to wbom I would rather give a sugar
plum than my time. form a Ibarrier
against matrimony wslikb I rvjokie In
-"Poems of Johno Keats," by Walter
Raleigh. ________ I
Troubles of an Ama*teur.
"I thought you bad gone to rasaing
beas," ld the man from the city. "I
doe't aNe any sign of them around
"I had half a dome colonies of the
finest been I could Ipt," answered the
tbrrbeate* ",and a whole library of
mteitas me bae relatag. tbu they
swarmed oew day. ad while I was
ooag threigh my boo"a to ad eat
was Wm t a propm taf to do w*he
bei sweared the adisIm tAhiae ew
away. osd I've sever aem 'en ain s."
-Cbieae Tribes.

Hoptor was diliesty gusaf Enie'sII in toNeRWMalWaves
prqerty (-a hNL Thasts e WIth 0011WNot far from Bambai M ft OWIsias
thing," I at Wel"W"24 b S0BSam" veyard to
'%;~ariag itr wWW6 peibsa. lateof 0ralalabm He
'lee. Kale bhiilf nif eaiedUPP thISOe10800i thesOWaste~d u P bY 11
was IIete with a otgus *be* be s sareeOUPOP aetd MA Osu141ha
cumollzt over the tese.'-Kauss C".0-SM berled Thee@*MOW@, wsa
Star. d8"Id cto tethinsametosto& and rmu
Ohem p toWWOwweer sacyms"awalmW
Made A Waniae By a Sled 00haeve toned tb*& Mot. toIn 1'4 a
X- *'w *tu. JIL 2 -V crrc Issie jo# 940eWS. Rae emief ris the d.'deetivel
!b.:c '%lito(te' dear &Ica~d P.st'A' lfb e sle athe lb emeh'4." otIS
-kit he rde'aese oflolA tetvm pc-* ach MOP tteme~aw INis urher maatcd lb
r-a T if~m" C 1W)'. ''r 4*v-a a sVIV ''IAP 6 *-A
jai U~901a 11s 7ft' *l &a :
-! S. Oely scenE .?' nl .1 ,AM-&
a' *0 si tld *a I.as a Ms. sad Aihr4.vS
'r(M dy oi a Rdwwai~,.'g ~ Let s b.a %*a walwtoetWa
_.xi aludIt baa so eup atirsf it b" so Wea. IN (
It#' 461 Is" l lm Ifth Jj'Wlbtt~ee ,esia c np
6.4& b seruaet iI?'fId irl IJISCCs OM&a5a as
-sub atb hisova'rertralutt %e .-. amIL-S. t M M O e ar
$IvI t oo~ors tesW ,oft it Mmm.K *YbeftWhebOs6"ed JI
inN__b s Naas"1 ebftOIvMM&G PO
Gabn ofa We n& an Mv Ls be 61.B ~ 3J
some. a

Why Bankers Dont't Like Them and
Prefer to Handile Paper.
40hodititi 'rent t kindsaof .\tueticatn
111c, .A- thow vIn circ'ilat It'll lit' ti~i
eo nsto( il iotat laintlous are hl'it m -I
disU40ea lii t my btitaitiee'itst" snaid l a ml
a.'vat New t etrk lankter.
-Fa w itnlt itek. t s! a r or itgsoldl
cemtlz.itits r atIuat i.:timk atl h tkic~to t
ywor tusi.k iiiii It Is ires-eiaetl tail [ilt'c
cal to 'vq)-ir credit v Ithotitiwil t itwtn tu'-t4
Oe .N .t iso %%liltt godal Atfew d~
uixi it gi-ut lismn bn romiht t tiei r titik
tpimA'a ,it(' $JtiWIX41 n c-Id tofmdifferent
lltwildlialt'', ontslil %s11111ch proIvoa'it ut
g~ive'himi cretd ivitih (lhe Atuliut (lithe
(oei il t- im'tidt relite..vt-tit'. 1'itl we
'tiflidii t Amoitt lcaust, the ltaw ra'quira4
tit ;-,, :I d l-0a I%- ,redeatied ~q only titt It
.1. 11:1 t?; 1 CI o. tatim tarrhletIn (iI to
itio-ket for ni~t' length iof tiflio, ticttintily
lo-Ais sotiM h Ing lby ntirnae'iou-plraititlmll
Iota ato rr-ietinift'l ;rt ot if a cnt on a ten~t
411101 1101-1% Iiki',I ttIt 114 it iiI-t4 I ut' inrt he

Itts.4- it it%]i therti tore '44. t~i'ervci (ii ot lv
..'minlii t11ot gat1 ivul daiod ittiIIthe cititi
inotti i i~t ~i nt~t*-rri'a d ttixk hw4 rgaul to
Me il~ietre'asur)itrttt-l A .tv'oilw'l'a'aito
WnifiI lia'ti'Ifs tie:' ny Allit iau r tbetre r'he
I'*.% et y mutoin I1i toIN- 1wio' patthrolIIaqughl

doalor place cvar,'tt :ta it) himiiian
thivtlit rtinaa 10h fisrioretuarn lit )thort

the (acee itt atIeh u',ln nIF*,'r'p. 1,11t
OWtwr01 14 1holIil't lit 411 t lVav e'II e' e. tit
the Ut~tesl~'t 1a uatitnht fnr rtali-imileltn

l'ventman~l', 't4,I#i ilthm % 'lilt mr'H',p4w i'll

than PiAer nt I e*,itio' t',heiml ua.*it.4n$A
wotrthtor tutu.imltim-At n'uiuio-i l'e''in
Sletne utitti 114li f heIr az14z i 1`11141M
an paas't~l~l-1 New turk l'ritmu


cOsw of Halir s s to latest a Per.
,*I's Tempeuseas.
Many people believe that blonds, or
ight hair denotes affection and dark
hitr constancy. A person without hail
t nsot devoid of character, far from It.
The disposition of the average bald-
beaded main i to show surh solicitude
(o the welfare of others, that be neg-
etI himself. A gem causes baldness.
Prof. Sabouraud. of Paris. France, In*
nooaulated a rabbit with I)andruff germs,
causing It to become totally bal tin lve
weka' time. To rid the realp of these
dangrous ewrms it is necemary to apply
Newbro's iferpleld.
"'Dotroy the cau--you remove, the
Sold by loadilni drutats. lSend too l
kamp a for sample to The Iraele4e Co..
Letrot. Mich.
Two see-60 re cnts and S1Ut).
J. H. Ikdiforwd 6 (Co, Hp.eia Agmnts

Aalcboa CountI Abstract Co.
( Iseorpeeadel
e**rr ( c"ame., Pres, J W 14Iaile. Vtee
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We do an exelialve Abstraft eal
mes. with facillUes for 'MrUM Ifu
Informattonm onf f tOh TItUo I
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state homieal for the
01~0 .P&Jada a big piaftt,
4QW 1v~ablued by *iectile
J# bo belvied that by rbftem*'
do ieatteswom of the Ilawstl RA
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0 immusic of as i1111
o I ato the Positsu. q

at the Pawre low.i..
W jKon the L1aidoti
am t madialWe.Ne ears OOMVUOf" a* 'r yolus what ft w;
W~th i*4=0 Owt. ash"vitlysa uosw e md'
3o tis l. arns6 Mose new Co.h,,ln ;.--U"~
0 Ow ~of te~h PAt e acs hnleadhadtge.,

tho~tlweeNo etarl's in Iva d )l in G~reeted W,.
'Wi~b tote elps~en. rants az; ~ e "C c:riitj
Offogu w bmi~a 4loms"etafor hnt ois ad hard 'yorkf-ini.Ng
I" &MJtsd to thebM now ypeparatin it. list wnevrii rd a tIP
ousmealedA wtro th.. reate heetio1r;r: oe. 'Cr'I1o ths l
fq~th V W C.A.5~f~the Wil" inm,'t1-P the anoxncc
Mdu be P~rlma~n. he manit Who't Und n'let a oinf 1 .taa'
Dh aylum ataMI)pate tdrir i~i' Itna E nO claa Sp..'ec~ial
b7 or two agoisnd herab e vv''ares ii~u been n(Prht the
bednotbmnnoe~d waithe *&great Lvxi)'lazna -to th
ft Atbeue caleW.thC.A. gueroftests and ni m ',t6fthmar nn ..i Na
SinWePak=n.Sh mt han Prart wnle.iR'O. t Ia i~ ;CagIll
~;~os ~mh"a athernoon &Ishlafe.ahei mdnIritiIn(- e, ~~.-pr o gtV!i
1ja th r T two caio m4b s.beiingta terhoi-1 ,irin; tg he(mctv
."d 60d e bonly notied auheaen1til n- t(1., Plvai.~ nfNelt't I,hu.rinnitt i
bm o 16 dVAthin caldte irob f a oadm. n dr of nthe rrwt'atI,-(',arisrt A riii N a.d
to th .esJ~V ette orphaa' than mrxvl t'% ta iow him to lnsit
va IUr$&N Awornon .cale hlhdfriner wa:1t W~o ~1, atiny efllA
: .4 60T.W 0.i A..' ag fo thn igthattwhe h het,-Iraig iteciw im to the msi
*imsad he rparive tte'hose ago ote hqv inem o wfre prentv,- i it
Is ~u~hd. A sad t aearueo abad. rhat they ri~e hirvoices tro xthalthofea
U110 BA&lmVIS aledt ther UJhanit W&S Tb11tLOMP111 to efltof hrthe Cafe Mart
l~sead thtsW wawork.mae f iMar nnorncdinto prvvtliod for thn el
thWt WU ltntOO H. eovte igt enlci rasang laperimputo the rulec
La the meOWanmel ophasham etis wagAindsthwoersngsmokingre.proeseted&
Oft PWof ad Iatinw"h ta'e ned aspto'f they niedghtr aticeaatot.Newof C
: I & pr s" ha adeboon the olic Thad en ha nverm .tdte F~rpan s~~
0 "leto. getASoy tred oft Itr..s Thefarnagewmentsmofking Cafpublic
kp Ic thatlshe wason Itid ari e of is announcedand ano firt ia forcth
Usliise 51Rt4uC. 101 oicewa etningasan n lii lo impa1. Te ul
to teasatautihrno *,annrleft n l i nsI t i 4womtendhatmokigsareog atedi~f,
likle.t&Me00ny rt.-*of pr. sofar" wmenRmting In public

var!mviii 0ttahlle dinin., r-i-itiAThee
Why celolitati mtaw sthet biggest Lot u:ie
0004 "of erbaby suffer? Whoua he Wt hind-Ii, 'v 1.tven'en A'ff.
Is frelfuWWeMrestloss. don't experl-i .-

mat on him and use any old thing
. your neighbor recommenudsl Iy a
bottle of White's Cream Vernmlfull.
grvAte bknowa worm medirlne and
*fN tar obll4rwe's 41"ises. It Is mild
I its aetUo. builds up the systent.
ftake, thl puTy babies fat. Mrs. J,
C0 Smith. Taupa, Msa.. wrilt: "My
bab wev thin and sickly, rould not
Srei A t Its food and cried all alght.
I und ose bottle Wf White's Cream
Twmlfttge sad it a few days baby was
hi<-htag. happy and well." Bold by
W. W. Jobtens
Mlttehell Ar"vee Witheout Accident.
41tesator l prigto. Mo Jan I -
lta Milrtsl. president of tbk I'anll4 l
Nte Workers of Aeiavera. Iha arrived
hre flr bi health. and accur4its
to p weaI plaie will remast about
'' ree weeks Mdr Mitchell rhoaedl
5. IMN M"itl from c(hiasg., ar'omp a
Sra by kle brother, tav14 MttIhe4l.
4 hise priv ate cretary IIls both'

ft lambutM AdChildrSAL
TM KM iYu h" Amwas BwOu
Dke mthe
0a"tr. of 44* 7&4

Will Repeat llotieyewccn Tr1F.
C!?,A% 1. n* .1.1.1 1 4.4o' 1. UI1':.v.
er aml )4,,o 1 1 1." a lo fl'the
tueraty'.?l:h o'~ rn rf fl q.r rift,
tI .', A w ,4 1 .7 it' %. I I to rept at
helir wht' t 1 i i tc i J 'rtey Ih rou x t tIs
*(II ihSeIN, ov.v o so-,*marrie' Iby
OW. iip C H VouIr. of tho el.t'h
oe i"a., ci!sy a rI eavemothii o
fi'r i. ?s anti frovu there
~~~ of '% !l% ,h b% aip W

*Will wrs rato hig useft*in tboeThe Joy
%no witbisalowa1.do)* 1elb"dent of ,1111Ltolna it) k4%%, e gaiMIhalth
1601AI 6 14 lradT140e011Y I ftf he felt I.. Ii,'rtblte.and l 'ceuIIIcall b twupth-
Iowab ofeal%'s .f~mim 1.I ritj'vo 411 You iv. erd gaot be blue

lopmee Aanewnce*m qiRegar~ifetthe
NWOieMI Peru Ped an~d Or%# Low
We an pe%*r4v to': ii' ijaiuwao11-.1
WevaIi*^ sluny sud Tar i tm~ '~alkt
40" sam lua 1%t1"14 t.afI,. SIt hf s
bi the NaUcoal l~uh, '(r~d onaItlisu

s& a vt raemoli1,r tUA 'i'qtl4t, i
sighs JW coC~l~

*em Re A .tn*..>

ha-trald ant o n.'..that had theleIII
icesriar motlb To sa btxtl it fIt,- lae.
it lxwltI oruiv.-for MallIIi.%eref oi 0 atIn t a
t: I&svvll Austtin 1r~ap % r Or- I
v ~ u",'.1l II rItr ir t. vr% e'r a'a%4ir
amli Aind it oka iti.re-ulmor I 6a8AAdI
loia.1 ~~~let t dIt as a flnear 3e i tclu. o



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done, he wants it done RIGHT.

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in the way of Commercial Job Printing.

Write for Samples and Prices-as Good

as the Best, as CheaD as the Cheaest

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G-a inesville, :'la,.








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il'~'''l'~ Atu1~.uji



a21 Dyld Most Cold.Blooded

i*. a., Jan. .--Chief of Police
of this ity, has learned
is a bawt of sharpens en-
Ja work around Rome and Bir.
Their scheme Is to watch
notices Ia the different
then send worthless pack
t the deceased by express c. o
sJlag fom five to tweaty dollars'
Sherg dee. It is natural that
1 peciAe* wote accepted by
qa of the deceased, and the
pal, then forifarded to the
it aa emay sdheme and almost
as* 0an Ue robbed before the seado.
fte package can be traced. ')iae
reoeire their money, and
to some other polat to wort'
0eahBm The proper authorities
been notified of the operations
Sbad of thieves, and it is b*e
They will be caught up with

Dangerous Odors.
smells are dangerous. A ft1-
sauff of highly concentrated prue.
uald will kill a pan a quicklyy as
shbot through the heart. The odor
a bed egg is due to the presence of
ureted hydrogen, and the ob-
hibl perfumes of sewers and
factories are attributable chiefly
the same gas. Chemical laborato-
are famous for bad smells. Ber-
who discovered the element
"selenium," once tried the ex-
t of permitting a bubble of
hydrogen selenlde gas to enter
nostril. For days afterward he
ga not able to smell strong amnionia,
olfactory nerves being temporarily
lyzed. Selenium gas has the odor
putrid horse4sh. Tellurinutu Is
worse. There Fa a story 6o phy-
Ian whose patient, a lady. refuii-le
take an absolutely ne '9snry .rest
cause she was so fetnd of Ictl wg al-
ays in society. He gave her a pill
training a small quaiienty qof tellu-
and her breath wpa affected by
to such an extent that she was not
ble to appear In public f *he never guessed what the trouble
*. The volatilized etsentlal oil of
metis supposed to caur "rose
This peculiar complaint is so
r nervous in Its character that pa-
r roses sometimes excite it.
Why Elephants Fear Miee.
It seems incredible that so small and
harmless an" animal as a mouse Ia able
to frighten an elephant almost out of
his senses. One little mouse In the
bay on which they are feeJdig will
stampede an entire herd. In their na-
Utve land there are little animals.
known as chacanas, which feed on P
Imail, sour berry of which elephants
are very food. They live In settle-
inents, something after the manner of
prairie dogs, under the berry bushes.
V abn feeding. the elephants trample
Go little towns, and the chacatin, In
right, run up the tubes of the,
hants' trunks. Their long, sharp
etaws catch In the flesh, and they cann
sot be ejected. The more violetitly the
monster blows through Its called trunk
toe more firmly the booked claws of
the little animal become Imbedded In
the flesh. Infismmation and death are
the ureulL In captivity the elephant
think they are In danger of the deadly
ae1aa- when they e a mouse.

An Enemy's Coue.rtey.
Wbem the cramid under King
Rlhahrd ot agtand defea',d the BarSn-
a, the sultan. setng his troops ly.
wstW ma the MnobeT of the
who wee making all thi
se h. BeH wea told that it was
tlf Ktang -card and hiMs men an6
t they were all ee Ioot.
7b0,*" m the saitas. *God forbid
tat meb a soble fUlw a Kitasg Rieb"
UC theuM m.eth a toot," and mt
am a seb ablgemre.
The megm r tMea it end aJd:
,,IMM, sM i at .e u you this
etssig st 7ep may not be on fooL"
fTl ku wade se e mcles as hle eme-
mM u etud e a of hti sqube_ to

2vn -- 0 hip bt thep asimai
on. the s990M hiag a&
r b" he usd 106 bee ast e at full
WiSE ~ bead PCt RWn 35th-
ON a do* mesiad he

MW vuke In the miasmmime gleam-
wd 0 pkeawm ~s~
9 evqwt amyting*w e blue to
Ies."slow CYL du mtewrty
WWand smass~ "wrn.kdh
uupmjmeis qsuWLarmee metedy
Wof soath.i WSIL Wham
mg 06 064 her -y logo"
44mum Wasmowm d4 "a Omm,-
"*am fto ibwa

Gives rest to the stomach. For Indigestion, dyspepsi, sour sotmach
tired stomach,'weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomachn. arvous
stomach and catarrh of the stomaoh. A prompt relief.

I =Me=r


Matu~iud Lenj rig~s I THE SHIP'S RUDDER.
"I'm lue it prtu i )e veithe 4d(w- 1-
tor rc~etivi-t tlyWult-hil Oitu lPffereinae In Ono Ltrai i That Comes
awoke evuri i : ritinm hill clAztr. Upon Its Two Parts.
'i"t itjt w~e A tiie. a .I ;I1e4'1teed neit'vt jig The rudder of Ila"n10 11Willeii lotNi
one eit tile tui-et h;e tiit etil e ard ~-dof the ptalk altul tile bael0.ig.
-b itcthe a t of ri- t-id1is4. wbkb c aro so Joltiod t. igetber a ltit
"it woiueld't d., .111.0441eY a tilt of form in it o t lii~l ieve~t'~. Tit,,
btirui to hike ha irt ilt t:wr off' and *sit onipiete ruitit-l ierIt ee3c~iltvrdi tt' litevtt
down to) j:1 oi-r fim we.eesltims to Ihk it rrotn worms:. antic? t li. b-ides 110i119
friendee %ilt hin ith#e I, it year or so. In- jprart knl~y z.Iin title I- It 11-1-4that
('i'lenatIly lie tIl4,i;1Ctc It-titA Onwhat be. Ujijelaraftivi' ii so.
has doneli fli t-e' '% i of keeping up old Tilt' Ptil k lit the patrt t~ which a re' at.
frieuiFsI~ps. It si 4 Ato) tie that peoll ONA fite' d Iii'ptlij. or ip!% (ettt, Iy whiell
pie drift a'ki"rt or.y qeiuhkiy nowadays. the nit iler 14 oittsltiti.d. Itandi held iii
Absorpt ion lit lot'.i~ie'ss to one factor pa ptii's.t,4e i' itiIi jt hu' i: ,i ejst it,
making fiir t lii' eid. Another tos ot110 the eihl~l S14-1-1Ntt. tlTel.. II.841ik 1-1111-4 upl
groingdi~aetie lefito keep' up any throtuvii fw-the' trii41ef ti e eille.81:11i te
socrt 4)f C re~i i ~tsand a third Is IS t.%4 kea'el l ie tlte i lttje e1 (.11, huh%% iii re'alt~j i
at tendencyI(, i ..a,.iog jastie teyears V) taeietaeflite'rollie% 1'y i* t~ iw:- (feht' fitcete
by~, toeotlet wi i i' eerweinal Interest 1M- ruhei -4elt'r ittcitr itie'. TI li a, t hi g 1:4e ~ethee
:eute Inwreti ct wtert'lI. All of these Made pa "'rt (or ftitri-tl'~er
thinc wilot. '4i i a a:eInst the inakIng of Bly fair the' greatt'r ttt t vIn e~t4 (m ii
iievv f, 'laiN fl 1-4 we'll ias helping to the Ist a 1k. in, I Iho 're:tt'- tttrallti of fill
hpwce n c ttiltle' .' li~i ething tileold o011Cm 0111-M i llse tilt-he n'dte' oef 1111, ttt ik. the'
t lie 4. q11.% 1., 1111ui it I "ep et. It's In our- stalk ~Is madk itte o 11,N"4 1'f' ilel-I's
L e't iteeieee k f.r 111u111il0 quaii es 11411Andi polittel viil c "l ~ 'atee'i '. d ,, It,' I cc
wit t t114,t' .-,v'. 11.1-49t'r ,is 1w1elha W AS bg iwck itig I,,i'e lteie of tspri t'ee cer ttiintci joie
an I' i tic, :.wi mitlels about otne ac- 1'1'h eo1 if ik Iif is .141111,110-c, X(11141 tin, teeXI4 e'
qua liltkii i, ve; ,,,4etlitiheshutting our- peops.)t enit fln it it uiek r'' tiino adIndm10I
itlel 't off tri-iin ute'h of pleasure anit) ofh411etoh~'lo'ic~ll u(f 4a1111 oiaoak, "ineile'-
lorotltc." X\ %v Yerk Press. thilig that l ai! tlit i (nca i e Iitim (nit hIto,.
+_ If it e'letvikbiave faith litisilly wtie1 Wid i l
Dreams of thes Healthy. tilt' bilntekltaiKor hlede' 114, lik'Wi, mlhY 'wi.
There h am IK lter ttimeb dlse.usson as to Pru wooode'u luuistuWillibfitll. It %'411i11
whe'ther4title et eat uN x Oly 00 falli0g to be utiijnpit t ifnet iv-10ueetibleitto)flue?
sleep and during the act of waking up, tre's' that wouhidylte'i'l planka lit
or whethe'r ire'roainfs take placeollStAny enough for tho purpeitinti In A 1u1111191
Ittil, dulriingj,' le'e'jc While mot definitely pl ptet. nnel ~tile' built Iit tije eckinitg. uilliUle
dett'rnwir'd aseN et, the evidence sMeMS Of Pli'ci's it ~'If ielWetet, 4 111ts 4'ia11ily
to be ra~tlt'r Ili favor of the view that h 01)0 iiil'of at'%III etre'teta Ij 10witti
one uwa~ l (revni at any time during standam ay stralu thatt will 1we lrotiglit
the Will it or the. whole ulgbt through. Iupon lIt.
Driendruikr ic omm~onto PeferteliY jAn to iffit s tnik. etetmit and solid a-, the
healthy I,- r-1ias. fand in itself is no oak igny be'. tle'itoeaelomuWAY hetwluete'et
evideuve ort eiswroie'r.-Ilarper's )aga j by tile tore"'of a5 tit'tIi'ldcili I'low niettill
Blue. a Wit ve' eljttt flit- rime le er. eel', utile Iee40.1
--regiE'ir toe? get lri is (Jr i. cil;( ulwc. t h e' hti'
Disturbed the Congregation. 0way plit ndaitls n 1,11111,41 thetaelk ine'
The' o--e1i vke ~ho disturbed the cotn-less.rlit'n the ,r,-I e, r 1 tcako-ti till:11i41
gegaiol Li? u~lay y cjntnu l ittod with it new talk. A oeeitnbl.'
coughin requesed to by a ~w.stick Is scleel'e'.i .`1111'wfirki"lteaeeiI e
Jeoixhig I. rtquesed t buya h the flm)Toilwiw'' I:' imtil? filruin. iowlnet 1'
. of Vole.', K iimve' slid Tar. J. VW. Me- prtei'ahtlytVio'tlelo eek iig tee14C Its tA' he'elIt,
(')toil0111ltit'l ('ls
*AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ASThee teaekinflsdiit loottie an kur in a.Ibe
othill.- Neow Yfork HunI. -

The Daring and Clevotllen Of a Brave
Maori YOUth
Ciin,'ggPINNO to 311a tttioufitte Ifeliliat
IlatWe white wan. man I. ef Owrl( t
the ,rsipvgative of llhju M.In)r
J. C'. 3trtb's 'Nainlm Mi~kIng" I5.o
a stoory as touchling in its birave's dlev
I ion as any tale titf theVitoriis M".
The lmrhieit cwortun'sd At 0(IrahanU
where the Kigoolab sAukiem bad just
defeated the sacvia. A little party 0f
volosal rosm.PUMuing fugitives.
I crausi up'an three tlorse IWO aki a"
mad o0eWyosng fellow.
T11..1OUb. mWOWS The mo&4hwrsv, droins
TESING 11 335wdone owkse and aimed h hi
A td 00 1W TWI M Of ingooSt the adtaflditg Party, wbIch
adwod" be~hlted amomeat. whIll00AaWt
P*A" __rome.towaud the freumt l. T oeld ewn
petbods Wee bw ~throwisaway their 1mw. Ini
by 2 te ot pOlerto=a a NW
0; ervr &sm a ftc v Tjhe s'idewu red at the yonth. tomt
bega& an W a S W oolys mbAhe Without 4, im'bmrglu hi. gun
I-POPGW steein0i0 ~he srulg 10 bb feto" OW rme goIn
I* asMOM" WOSEW "0 W twe ma ato he raven up W1t11the
adur~ agm dhoioiI Ibout" hempiwutropi. 7%gm m wifm.

JANUARY 3, 108- _7


Jacksonville and New York,
Calling at CHARLESTON 8. 0.. both ways.
The lapht Steam sip a the Coeutwte iB8i
lyl e New England and Southern Lines
Freight Services Bw6en JAOESONVILLS, BOSTON and
PROVIDENOE, and All Bastera Point.
Oslling at Charletoa both ways.
So, hbtoiund............................. From La wtI Wharf, Beetc
NoJtht.t...... .. From FIrvt of Washing tomn t.. JaohkonvilU

Clyde St. Johns River tine
El4t.twe*n J ACKMtONVILL R and i ANSWoHWt
Sttepint at Palaltka,. Amn,. 1erit-sord (1el4daIudaRil Jutermridsse Ldadlga
ui St. John River.
are appoi.iteel to soa as follows: Leave JAtIKONVIIt s. daflty leept
bhturdaye, at 8: ) p. m. Ito.uifing, leave' A w'tPnW, dl ily ,*
,,e,.pt *(indlye, qt 1O:0t0 m.

rtdown. t-.N up
I eave 330 p. ni ................ Jack onvillo .. .. . Thi 6:00a.l *
Leave 9:00 p t . ............ .... tlatka ........... . e ve 10:00 p.' .
I(eave 3:00 a. in................... A tor............. eave 4:00plP.
Ieave ............... . I .t're'fordl (i Ae1nde ) .... leave 1:00 p. S4
I)ue 9:00 a. ...... .. .......... frd . . . leave 10:00c0a.i
D)ue 10: 30 i t ......... ... Iiterprl . . ........ . Leave 10: 30a. Ik
Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 West Bay Street, Jacksonville.
IH. Ii. ItAYMONI). Vlei I'reilletiit alidt tGeneral Maiaste'r, New York.
II. E MAYNAIl), . T. M. A. C. IAOItTY. U. A.,,
l'er :;ti. N It N'w York. Pier :It, N. R, New York.
L. 8. H(hOlI.' C. A, .,F. M 4*t)NMU)NtO:it. A. ( 1. A..
leoe..urg, I'lit Jack.'nvtiln Phlt.
I I) JN -. T P A. .>' N I'Mr NI)Itil'I T. P. A,
Ja, . vllhle, i'l,t l'ler Mt,. N. R New York.
(' 1'. l." :".i., Ag *lit. Jac tkwonvill Via.
General Offces,. 'lr :1;, North River, New Y(ork.
-- - _-- - ---.- = ," ........ 'c



Ri'thleos and Jobers to

Staple and Feancy Groceriest.
Guam. EGrorwi Sco and Forflhlzers.
uiu)tITH rifill eWeJlAkrY.1 0 AINI:BVLfJ FlAIII
11Iiglcessmarket PrIlep P9 ff iC(hIllbe'ts. fogsm slid oller I'ndoce
A 00 o iism tAk of hfsy t Orl" age ioats, VIOn.AA. lftV C o~h(Ohlso6" v

Tawpa &Jaek sonville Rail'

[~j~','e4a. ie'id' Ille .'i l ilatwpjy, leirlIltiId And kh-

1Retuit~irlg, arrti ye'4 ni a e-v illt....' *'* . ** e. ..c..4;25 p

A'iav'* 4 ;iii .\illi for .iillijKl it ('ity, Palitks,
i4k.' I 'ity, Vaildt, atiu al l ;Nainta North 6:00 p
hctirininig, arrive (nti,,in V ills .... ............ 9:20pm

J. S. Cutler, Con. Supt. L 1-. Baket, Talk i,.*i



North South, East pd Wed

Through Pullman Service on All Train.

Consult the "PutIo Folder"

For eli.taileld iforuaitui., mchdluloi, 1rm awyl reser-
vatons, ee your nearest Ticket Agent,
or write or call on

I. L AL -q

'rickot AOit,
AtIwutie Ctuat U Do




Divide" Pu Apant,
Ad"*b OOM hhe,







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Keep your eye on the "Wants" col-
yAD "IAN umn. It may contain Just what you
are looking for.
COtNDENSEDI J. F Bunch left yesterday for Fort
White on a combined business and
pleasure trip. He will be the gouct
n8 lh|of Mr. and Mrs. Getsen.
....F.. ..I 1 -^.I.+ d oAna ,,,,n -- r AiurOunn nir iaTlnnAf l-RIM

Mrs. 1. LagdolUUn nee.U v .......n.ee
ton ha:; arrived In the city and will
be the guest of her sister-.in-law, Mr.
D. G. Edwards. for the next few day.s
Mrs. L. E. Barker left yesterday for
Jacksonville, having been summoned
on account of the illness of her friend.
Mrs. J. F. Thompson, with whom shf,
has been Intimate for many years.
C. D. Wood of Archer was in the
city yesterday. Mr. Wood is a mnem
ber of the firm of Hodgson & Wood.
general merchants, who are among
the most successful of that section of
the county.

'V Repmwtom


a H Happened and What le
S nlg to Happen Told In Short Par.
phe *S That 'He Who Rune May

-OM Srsapwrs for qale at The

t best proated tat loery call
"Ka ',,. Su w. .o.ee,
s, L Pafrker of Ocala spent esater-
^ hciny thli city cc b xess.
'3 V have found anything e if
A aIdvrttisd la t e waat columna.
,A. Mclt)Ena4 of Moatbrook was
A I GA ftSollte on b tasM yserday.
.- ir. and MrL. W. l. Strand nd son,.
H t Atiata, Ol l are tothe city for a

Sllb Vistor HgU Olmsar, and
COi etas In yeor bone. ltwher

Job rooms are never Idle,
I Nt, bet edemoe that our
Mand prios are alike saUs-

i.e.wl of o f nirbanks, one of the
dthBe of that section of bhe
lwll af the city on business

S W M Ui' l4d of Holy Trinity
; tll hture wi l Meet at a o'clock
at the rectory, at which
aleadance t4 is desired.
eNll O of Trenton, member of
Ian ti Wade s & dell, railroad,
an d wood contractors. was a
ti tois eity yesterday.
E W Years of soceeos-ror ten
Sthe aperior quality of Blue Rib-
laTmeorlax Xatruats has been
Stlleb, pleading consumers who
de 4111d Ithe beat.
S Mrs. Tho. M. Klocaid anti children
of Nelmry returned to thalt home
I Iy. after a delightful visit to
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Ia
P utlsae. and other relatives.
i W. Bilis of Newblrry was among
them who spent yesterday in this city.
e was eo relte hoae from Haw
them, where he has been on a visit
ft relatives and friends for the past

The regular monthly meeting of
Miled 14ee ChapteW. I. D1. I ., will bt
hel at the residence of Mrs. W. 8.
MeDowall this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
AN A st heers are earnestly requested
tD be present.
Mr. aOd Mrs. 1. A. Jerulgan Ieft
reg ay for Uoancopy on a visit to
Sbtends. Mr. Jortalgan ham Just re.
I aveed froio a asevre Iillnss. and
so friends trust that the change will
S rv of beoenflt to him.

DBeYuUiwe Themn

ood Nfot for

k~sdfda ?

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IF YOU DO, we have the iron)--
the good kind-the kind that cook
quick and do not burn easy. Made
of Aluminum-easy to keep clean-
will lilt a life-tine. Patented cold
handle*-will not hurn your hand.


Sie t$1.11 -

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fpetial Aluminum for gae stve, ".N6
Hot Water Waffle or Cake
Plate to serve them on-
keep tiemrn warm and nic.

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W. T. Jackson of Wauburg Lake was
among those who spent yesterday In
this city.
Hon. Henry 8. Chubb has returned
from a pleasant visit to his family at
Winter Park.
Manager N. A. Callison of Spring
Park Parm was in the city on busi.
ness yesterday.
J. E. Wainwright, one of the efficient
clerks In the United States land office.
spent New Year's with relatives In
L. W. Jackson left yesterday for
points In IBradford county in the In-
terest of the sewing machine he rep.
Itarton Keep of ioardman was In
the city yesterday. He is one of the
leading truckers In t"It section or the
Miss Maude l.lwi|t one of Alachua
county's eficilent young teachers, hast
returned to her duties at 1at'roaMe.
after spending a fv day.M with her
iwtrint in North ~dlneaville.
Kimer W. Mc'reary., 0on of Scinter
antd Mrs. Itl 1 Mc'Crery, Is confnled
to his bted with a Vely setv~ere attack
of fever. his tentierature a inging from
102 to 11104t lI ha has 'eln ick ni
week toilay
Miss Mar. .M'aling of 'urr)ton. 14
(., who has xImwen here, on a vAit ti
relatives. Mr amid Mrs J. ItHunch,
left Wetldnlia.v for Jack)on' ill. fri'nt

Joet lUtherlaad of South Carolha whence she will return to her home'
MI relative of Mr and Mrs. a few eda)
s, and who h tbas bt lll. Paul Henderwonm. un of Mr and
f r the kst few days. hba gols I'li,
Wrt White, where he will also ba Tezarkana TF I v hder,r. ha ill akeo
"a e 0of r,'.lthes l..fore return his future hr..e ls brother. Heim h
I O. li'ide'rmistn. hai Ie9', in tlhant swctton
S. e dwiaw has returned f tnu nf the c4intry (or ou, time., and Is
S SpMags wheor he has bwn xlook doing well then
S afterhis intrt la. Mr Ilodwin friends of Mrs W I) MatthUew of
ta he m ans t4 u th "lens1.hgt..u who has tWe quite Ill.
-' g efpass Ithme olv a. hel t will te gratte ti to lru that her con.
Swell tled ow the holly ditlou i xrris. roved Mrs.
|y|... Whih baa hue ver) viiu Matth.**u to >.at ier of Mperir H
S IAYl i--4 tarliatar nlitg ithlt, ,eI M aidl t Chlitt aiNld Mr.
k howm maulth0 sl"aitl it hands biah J i,'h.erh'r 1111I of thi. rit
Stlllin l. Ba hind Al 1t 1, m. ..'w Millia..al rir*. a charmuing ,un ti
S "wIteia-. 1k man t11e il. s m 'u .. laid. ee I ,h tiA 1 t.fi ha. %. 'eg, her,
Si S M ts aI a.iet .is. i H r for ithn h, I t feai dsa. o. a i ,t Ito
reur l'hs t '. h a, ti tih& reilao, e Ith.. famillv oi Mr asud Mrs

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Mr. and Mrs. G. Henry Futch of
Jacksonville, and Misses Ethel Jolly
and Alice Strickland of Waldo, were
among those who attended the silver
wedding of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Futch
Wednesday evening.
Friends of J. H. Morton, who has
been quite 111 for the past few days,
will be pleased at the Information that
his condition has greatly Improved
within the past forty-eight hours, and
he will probably be out again In a few
Mrs. Davidson of Ohio is in the city
looking after her properties Mrs.
Davidson resided here when a girl, but
this Is her first visit to Gainesville
for nearly twenty years. She is de-
lighted with the progress of the city.
and says she Is glad to get back.
Percy Getzen of Ft. White, who has
been In the city for the past few days
on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bunch,
has returned to his home, Mr. Get-
sen. who Is attending the Atlanta Med-
ical College. Atlanta. Gas., Is home on
a vacation, but expects to return sowri.
Mrs. J. J. Barr and daughter. Mrs.
J. D. Watkins, and Mrs. Watkins'
children. Miss Clarence and Master
Harr. all of Micanopy, returned to
their home yesterday, after a couple
of days spent pleasantly with the
families of C. C. Pedrick and J. PI
Miss Julia Wainwright, who is at-
tending the Stetson U'niversity at I)e-
Land. musical department, after spwqed.
Ing the holidays with her parents,
Mr. anid Mrs. J. Wainwright. has
returned to Stotson to resume her
studies. Miss Julias nunmeroup friends
here were glad to welcome Ifer.
W. J. lack of Wtliox was in town
)f'5te Jay and made T'ht Sun ani
agreeable call lie reports the peo-.
ple of hits sve'i cns. anidd .t < it im reli|rted that the
WlI hox ') tir lw'titin C("'iul pnny wi ll
shortly) re'ums ie operan'tio:is upon an *'x-
tell"ls.s' <-ale. Thi' comnlminv has
never eutirel) shut down. however
Owltig to 1mine nimtchne, which are, b'inK miMadi Iin the boller
rr'oNn> and other sw'tions of the factory,.
the ddinu nill hit been closed for
tho pant few da)sv. but it hi expected
that work will be resumed about Mon.
ft.y Thin Is one of the leading en-
lerprrises of the city. einploylug nearly
Ofty nme, and a shutting down of this
pllant Is felt by the merchants
T Mar)htirn. who has I,*'i. he.re
itn he ofttle f I. I lrirtt Suip'rintt.ind.
*lit MrArthUir of the Atlantic ('Coit
I.Ine. has .m* erirhl his roanection %th
the clerkail end of the system anid Is
llow rutmninr as baggagemani between
Jacksonvilli. and Ht Petersburg Mr
Marshburn ay he Is Iolng to emnie
a rcondurtor or "bust." His friends
gIM Mlsaturevlly declalr that he hI asI
read. the latter
W\ t" \ilitMk and slf.i of FIrt
\Vhit'e L.;-O'< through the cIt( e pr
t tn the xeruladted. s,'rtioln Hi reports
Us. rlan.ation !f land thr>ugh ti iit
work of (th' lIath dIre lrdge. Aa pmrogre'.-
III saul,'ecm-jU. amid raitlm.rratle.
of the rkhiilmed lAnd now IIrown,.,
tonalo -.... Mr and Mr \N!hlaik
pwnt a ,'i das. with Ihe lAltter a
pMrents 't" ard Mr:. I M T.arn.-
at ak"e \ ,o, or their as hobme

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P. S.-Btusiness is growing very satis-
factorily in till other ways.

I L C. SMITH, Gainwsi, FI.---
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Kirby Smith Chapter Will Give Silver
Tea on Lee's Birthday.
A mosmt Interesting meeting of _RET -___
Kirly Smith Chapter, United Daugh- Grand llee.--tet to Pesteice.
terms of the ( Confederacy, was held at Conveliently Located let Private
the home of Mrs. Joseph Manasse
Thursday afternoon, which was well Not "the oldest bank in the city" tt
attendu'd, and at which a great deal the oldest established restaurant. tfl
of enthusiasm was manifested. h tt equipped, and the place for l'li,-,
The gri-at-r part of the afternoon gentlemen, and chidre.
was spent in talking over Uite affairs The famoYR
and conltitions of the chapter, which style.
Is one of the bhet and strongest in WESTERN STEAKS, CHOPS,
the State' It was decided, among DRIPPED COPPEL
other thimi.n, to hold a silver tea on Regular Meals. Trading Tickets.
General L.ee' birthday. further men-
tion of which will be made lateW. W(' do not promise something f-r
mmitt ereappointedth ig, int give you the best mr\i
historical ard musical program will be ~al iat] p far unable s rrved o .
arranged for this occasion. 'hort notice A pon hile. Everything ,i
This entertainnient, or tea. will be in l'lM0Io. ()pen early and cfose lat..
given for the benefit of the free ..Se ethe eleotrio eisa OCA1P wmoito
scholarship at the University, which weryodowbatweaglg'_--
the ladh le -'.n iiup from year to year. ,
and alms, th,. So ldrs' Home in Jack-
sonil iss N No O.

Death of D. A. Jarvis.
I.1 f Jlar. I ,f this city has received M ,l |
linformniti..i if tha death of his broth-
er. 1) A .I.t ;agd sixty-two. which
occurre-l at hlis home il Richmonyd.
Va.. Thursday morning, and Pic
Friead~s of \Mr Jar vis express sy p' ia
thy In this hi- hour of bereavemai.t.


5 Cents Pa W
Each Inswrtiin but no advertise-
tnit taken for I.ss than 20 entL. Six
words make a Itn,,. no fractional lines.
.epry wwd o).r an additional In t CASH in advance,
must a< lli>p.n t ill orders for ini.r
tlns In tn5 i i t s lts i


I,(ItS A LK ,.c..row.ilrsicarbon tyig..-
%rite r rtt f'. ''r lv.gal work at
Th*e Sum id'.qy*
FOR SAI.F A'' t~Arrt.4 Pivlplgist,u
ltticks V. r i i W T Joncs. vi.
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Mrs. I. A. RAStIML3I. Prapin We
Cor. East Mecha i i South
Oak Ave. P-eM 4.
Ladies' and GenW CbeMiagt and
Hats Cleaned and PruOim tnd
Dreuma'ting s Owses m t
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4 Our Stock of RINGS.

It we had sold twice as many rings as we have from tl,.
time Christmas shopping first begun we would stil have hImi.
dreds for you to select from. In every stone yoO. can nan.w
and many others you would not think of, we hae an excellent
showing of the choicest examples in single and oebinatim
meta. 11 are sol.i -od and tie prLe are an inducement for
you to visit tu. A Solitaire Fine Cut Diamond, l4 C
Chawe Gold Ring .... . ...................M$ 2

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