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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: January 4, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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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: VID01164
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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' GAINESVIE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, .JAN ARY- 4, 190. TEN NTSA WE
(3AINE I.h'I E, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, .JANlA{ 4, 19)08 TEN CENT8 A WUEK


TWO POLICEMEN KILLED.

SA MYSTER Whle Attempting to Make Arret
Oficers were h.
Knoxville Twin- Jan. 3.-Patrol.
w fYK StyU Not To I$-men Mike Wrenn and 0. L. Jar&lgas
wee shot and killed while ttry to
arre'L a t 3rnest Weil, on a trtval
-ee ,Marg. e. o
S tThe hooting occurred la the en.
AS SURPRISED AT REPORT trance to Rena Hensl.,s use on
Central street, In the tnderlola die.
trit. ften the offers laid haNda
V Fall to Find Any New on Wells, he attempted to dnrw a pis.
Clew. te4ldentlty of Woman Pound tol and both officers grabbed his
SI the Pond Near Harrisn, New Ad and Patrolmn Wrena caught
hB by the collar.
SJeerly. Wrena aked Jarm gan If be had the
Sw1r York, Jan. $.-tbho myetry pistol, and the atter repled that he
Mola the murder of o "We. ha, and Wrenn reolquelhd his hold.
i A Rd," e Ym"ily mpe. A he 41dd o. Well wrested th'wesp-
be today as wh the de tbody Oa from Jarnt g's hbad sad shot
irst Ve red On C( pJtf Wrea., and then quickly sot Jar*l-
t partially concealed ti H ater 8" be wan atmpa to draw
M- alUme of a lonely pond aer Ba- hi weapon.
. f. J. Turning, WeUs dbot Wrema again
S m fthr .te detectives twere taled a ** turned rou **9 ot Jar-
to tad a 1lagle reloble dlew to theo lfln hr*ug e t emt
thl yt the woman or iher r. Wkrna died Instantly and Jaral.
rh MgUloa ta 1 n2 d i'a few minutes, but not until
b y Mn. Hattte ull., ad Detectbe be had tried ttwle to eaM tor help.
et"U, iy o 44apsed. Word we* reogvyn i only explanatlo wsa tUt he know
fMm IabM lpbhli that Agnes OaCde, tif they areted hblim, he would ge to
ftsm DectiUve Drabll believed the Ith workhouse and he would as soon
vd4ered woman to be, had beeo found be hanged.
4 that dcty. Wells IR about 23 year old and re-
AUtag Mayor Daly, of Harrison. N. Ides with a woman In the Bowery
J., has announced that the city section. loth officers were married
-4* aeU woul4 offer a reward f $1.000 pen. with famlUes.
4' tht arrest a oavteUoin of the Wrenn had served about ten and
ilaw. Mth te hope aC fading a Jarnaln about three years on the po-
em clew fa the way of cothnAg or lice force._
4te A the pond I. wbhid the body RED NEW YEAR FOr OOTHAM.
as ftuad i to be drabae. The far -
Ians Belgian polUe ~aounM,. which Many Killings, Aesaulte and Minor
91h1 OmlatIloar BlaIhas iPrpt- Crimes In the dieet City.
*d reeemUy, wNi be used la the at. New York, Jan. .-A long record
igl to track the murderer. of killinxs. a ults, aoeldeite aud mil.
Inor crimped were watit fi in oktrihla


rluladelphia; Pa., Jan. I.-Agnes
aOKeete. a hatl girl at the Hotel Han
o r, la this city, appeared mauh eur-
rieod whos told that ioe was at firm
ggpoesed to have been the victim of
O** wamp murder at Harrison. *, .7.1
"What on earth," o*be eolalmed.
"emd have led them to beUleve it was


police rtwords New Tea*rl day. eves
more in larger ManhatUaa. The po.
lice had woree of aauu t case In
both boroughs.
Gas e(apilng tMe a partly open
burner a'phyxisted Jacob Sprieter-
back and ile wife ts U air bome in
Ocean Park way, Brooklya. An un-.


me"known btirrlar was S dow.a&no'
"I M6 dIn tWe paPer.a day Or so0kiMUMwhile tryingto enter tDavid
sothat a woman nmied O(esfe bad Jn..0os store on Meemule stoset. The
beaeawmur @Are Hatrsripsonand was soh1ce are busting fhr Fuk Vergese,
efinmo at-the simnlarity of the name who shot and klled Utah"el Seindei.1
WM fl m ne.lo.as an cuftome of aualtercatlon In
"Ibm I read a detective 1410sd Carroll street- JIwue shwbrt took
INuhe"l. who Is a trise at miss.uinbra&-e at a rema~* mi ede by her bus-
ditalied as the ow. e.TM.also bud .%I&%a hubentIs tMeir howe on
ta-tM A s eIn tme Mystiary. DtOng ean Turi Way.* AMdStabbed 61m
It M br a asini tovtthegt that with a binIfe
myfe imSout I wosate udemed Aft"r qa Qrrelwith his wife a
I to Ebe manner OW agbre~ag New'
hUtwo awteebp, whoa s 0eerr's day A rt~baMP. Mitohell. wbo,
me toIbisthe oWelHanover. tAe w" w-eral yeam qage maried --Lagaa
~le~edas a xPM by Mrs. Hoswy 1rne. a damghter 41 a wealty Wst
mask of OMAN.e N. J. Virgit Pniaeoldchbe*k .It eby1
'tmha uns iMualaatlas e nis home
%-PaSmma Non *A~T Dwmv anwest Seventl49st street.*Msht
Itan. U tabell was oeestly ,~e
so SIPiMesaTho QgbVeroft", WIn Ithe manaelbat 41 doa rsties.
hfMfr 14MoeP y.
7- nrSa. Ae. .,Jan. 3.-Omnewmimatl
of ties P~b i~a m sefOM t.anackof No". (Ubentaim,

"r **so~e ma OP go va"M OnWs01;' IlL. revesin th am ta
10 3Lc(L- 8 aousoba.deat ostly W" d"eto pet
46"at e M low ss em Te "P~.ys W:
0ono"f m 6M I veUsuOalR to beusmimO 0600" ev a
n ewst w Ok eid n o ILB04ar OftnwesW ha Mle Vpresol
Ssd as SMM o p* Ade.U1146. asvc!a
C UmA UAI- So0W M a"is eelS tobare1
~~ b to ~~ hr my too a Oseela l
ft& gM e". itar Time l'sa isve apeftd Jtpbegmea
400 at tho e a*snw f "Ove.

11040M U 601M ewasawMbs. ______vjp I
'Of $8000M 6 000 1 M==s -CW.. SMe.eOf 4.Peweta 6SAWeatst

W* Modsr10 bbh"up.- e &weis MAM Pato U
Q to soa OG MeiWIS sa o 11soWO.ftOd"
I= s MIMM d ONOW UJgoautPresidentat as itheNW. camnot.
OniP 110a"WVW e& cmnue Cam~,esesideez ~of Me
aim* tisse" we an"re.W 140
UWN m .* .-A MeL ha'.o*out itmIeetaeyebsl
ls 00 est. m of Prie.tog tserp mehesto oeanat a@*
MO *0 *is. aoft eOW yess O ,
'~pa'~I*,to SOflo *Pm f~tons
weMMO .IsMM. N9a. 3'MM J w x"IsMU
SW f' % M'o m tySWe ft"tochnc 4stUmsb low a aM os
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SEABOARD'S STRAITS


Receiership s Asked For great
S hil ad System.

SOUTHERN STATES AFFECTED

SyMtem's Eearnings Cut by Adverse
Leglsatlon In Southern States.
Hearing Held on Moving Passenger
Train.


FIRST DAY OF PiOHISITION1
NovIe New Year' Day For Many U
Georgli CGle,. |
8avaiia., a.. Juc 3. --lvanash's
ti tday uide rare i o pa l The City Firemes Are
biltin %aL A peAce6ul meV. 'here '
was little in ri way disorderui and! d WEith Klv
far as .cuad be astertanled, there -
were lo., it any, blind Utier ain op.,
-.oon. THEY FOUGHT UKE DCE
avvtial of the barrooms were opel, .-.....
but a!i Lu,.v were selling was tIe
houtr -)rew otr. No locker clubs were Vietima' F8a Were TOen iM 1t
in op.-ratlo. n of Pleeh-Japanee A
Quiet at Columbus. PFiremn Were Taken to Se N
CoIIIILuMI, Ua.., Jan. 3.-Coilu* pital.
bu&.' first day undor pro'(hibitlon was I


Richmond, Va., Ja.n 3.--l.awyers about as uneventful as could be lmal. Vancouver, B. ,i J1 I
apresenml the S iat'ard AirLineo Inod. The last nilht of the relan of elt) firemen, Fret, And4e
railway stem and tho creditors of John arle)corn was so quiet that!lMoi, s re set upoa by a
the company left here A)ouit 7 o'clock there set,' only si cases lIa polled armed Japanme Wedaseda4 a
on a special train for Ianvi'le, Va., court W\Veultlay. a*r of Pdwell street ad
where they expect to movt tnitVed Nineteen ar C'oe at Peunewiohl. al two blokes from t e a
States Judge Pri~m hard about mid- Brun.wltk. (la Jan .-at crowd ani Io the mca e
allt a.d ask that great railroad of a Iundred celebrated the closing ao die4tlct.
system be put Inio i.:. hands of re. of te y'af' at midnight Hosded by Thew me were clothed $ I
clers. a brat. band they paraded through with b re buttoms sa" lt
Application Mdo for Rcceiver. the burinea emotion flrlin revoltrem I Jap M all *the
Ooutll for the rtilwny company and torpeo and blowing horas. The to tat Mw.
and Its creditors appiled Wednesday Jublloe l M about an hour. B Y roO0ht. a nirolm I
afternoon to UVnltl l4tnato IMltrlct Usual Number of Dr unk. o imala 0 1s m ed w eh
Judge WadueuI Nuteer ot wrmke.a I" plo *id -suLm the d go6
Judge Waddell for ,luh api'ntlmnt of Augusta, iGa., Jan. S.-A-u'isltags l as lstast the Japesa
receivers, butt ubbsqutoetly agreed tI flAL day as a prohibition city passed .k o ~* o of iw Y
make aDplpl.iaon to Jtudge Ptchard. without notable event. The familiar m noltO th tfl
of the Uited State circi;t rou, and bar rtkis pre closed, but the street& we oveg d I
thereby obviate t .e nevdt'' of se were ti l With ll dae fleoh to
during auxilary detse<. in eh or the business was Just M l ve and bria lite hbm by rt
court districts through; which tl:e lines d r he act tha kt iSh 2h 1WqIi
of the company operate. ~irth tl. te air was ldea o wi the omteat othat M ms
64 la view Jul I b R. Watts the now alluation hre was nothisUngo~ e m s a
general counsel of, te aboard witto mark t' day from any that bhad tm
Other atto y left for rnvlle to oe before. At tthe oe broke Y
*J,,,dge Pritchrd at That point, gr n before. At te i e barrtchu gM*
eae lar a poeWlthe u s1 tumtr of were re.
It lhaat g been learned th he wan co I
on his way to Rlchmoad 16 consider r f -?--. 4 1 ., 60 w f a-
the matter.I NEWMAN DNI INJHtCTIO. ItlSl T t
Judge Waiddell ant eunced that be a- - q811a< of peI O NINy
would appoint the receivers on certain Prehibition Law WillU M!l n In o WPeree o e e 61 v1,1
conditions. but It was thought best to in State eof ee011111. a otn. Won
go to a court with larger Jurlsdlcton. Atlanta, Jan. &-j4 WIWilla T. Th Japam p
Caused by Legilation. Newman, of th t'nalted atel disr4 t and the tales
? court ha.s reftused the lajaauth)l t e re os
The reason g1'e 'for applying f quoted byr the o I trl stIil lIS
a reeilvershlp for the aboard Is I otm by the of (lncsti. aa*PlS '--N .N
that tte comps a s unable to pay Ia -Brewlnl m mpuy of ('4MlU, uJlIT 'WN ON
terest charge now due. the tn. TAenBre*wi *co-ne
In ra !wa) and finanelnl elrcle. the (atta Te o t the Nine LIoenSt HphkNw
situation In which the Seaboard, wit efttoretelonut of he eoals state pero. 1 Alsbre Pif
hibition law. s*1am. Al
tto thousand of mil f t raclk AhibltIo ) . t rrmkl A i
finds Iteelf. Is altributpd to the le-I (o the Iw will van thine la On we ta1 the pdm I
Islative onalaughts that have bqpa, n.twitha i the ,eft that .s.ieoat. o are Jcosen" e
made on rallrtad. and on other cor thoei Ie fo)r 'ithe ptto er de~ the plbhas t Mu de 4o|lf
pirate Ilterests for the past yes), 48 their t al'hiontof"atesnruight I %a ale l tng Nee Y ltse
the states through whica 1 e Seaboard fore the I nltMrAW rl ea t of ler ti e 6 W e tt,


These leualgltive mtslaughts have y son hake s* ` beere ae at ofiM. e
reduced tle earniate of the eytem first Man Iy in rebrary. Them Mi 9# abMi
Aad have made It tfficult for I to .I.. *ltO l M ii l llh
*ed fixed charges. PJ A POVDO UOCCI00 PUL., a 1. 11 *>t111 tJ
Where It Pnshe. ps' lgm w.
Goealp bea ft that the members otf Wemen Allowed TSmke to 0as a Ig *
tSo comoslso na i entr Ind vidual as- rIe to nee@ Pe "p u S OL '
p elty have been brought to the really New York. Ja. &0-4 agm e to h
aUeo of rthe ort that as los aV tse was the plaa of alw-wtag eM- to P -iino
pledge to ret deas the frot earas- smoke in tt. pebhle diosag reaes the i 9W
lag aepelty of Ite rolroeads to the tfrodueew at ae ofe 0le ei-aot otI S- so
eme of $4.000.0 Wper anila is out. BroadWsy reetatratIe Is New Tow i -S.
seo laeg, without eay aetlos pre or on New Yer's eve ratherr b. & A 1
sea, th eaet will be 4le eesf l to moe Broedway eatl team te hast1i. S meq" a
the t ert to seure fnuter bN.- eowed eMt, It t emae S at nma mee40
es to Ies ate raMsead eewttlue by of fbtee wi ll t al S13eihes. bey OW 4 9
SOft* seads hapta *to atod eo bet the his beels a" the AMtO NIO e IMI Nt
sawn em S a was r of tupeeest a oreu.ersa.s e 8 mso. *%*.
Mo to a ft ma oseg ready ,au to ser. a'. S b.r e. to e -- pree m 1
rm a ssum poaml-P at leasea, VsON Wedminbsaghs lowW
II (e esvrar mweweid that me r1 ele K m m meaft to New TIka
1f thoe 1te aa os f e@ e .s.sd9 o ue hab d erIaIbed *as" b to man e is theo bad" Sd
e1t11 1 s yNoP w.Vll be t1 take 0P *b *i-* 1 1 *mm WDb

Ogas aghre spes begm te 6em New eT J -. It."a Ma As a s essggag
so o int.. Nint ,,.---_..d d. ard*. the Pot deiem. it is as .e....
s o. gwmd.beofNI verhas em s o w n
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SUJ? (AIWESV iLLE. WItIDA9JANUARY 4. 19118


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HP9 MEETING

ant3U. S.gCogt


BI BUILDING MATTER

it toif f CongRwenan
p"Osm Up, and, Al
Nhi O*e*peratin
Im oe. M Me
SBar Assoeae

SOIL W. W. IHaito en
gw4uitNm, two matter of
hating been preneet
deratom of this crpanl*

Mloeare was a bll of Hoe.
pItrf, member of Goagres
f idCoqreeal) dit
W"g hh he aMk that
esmaty be tranwferret from
to the Northmr dietrut
United State sort Nrts
l U aet the hearty so.
| ftu o wh"e It


s a potato to whId t
of the United StAts
tNm waI was appointed
d a "emuiUtee0 of 0eCe
I s g rume CI bo
Sokting toward the istab-
,|a bot here.
m~i|^eOoariime Clack, In-
JL Prot, o for the
b ft bidnlbg here to
Salesi, takes ug, sad the
wasm estaned to his
fthe oper e iort will
A wl brtig to bear I*

SH mestiag was a moSt mo
dtl It it believed wnll
Mu sh gd Ia the direo

0MP ITAL ASSOCIATION.
of 00"m show" I0b11
O- ao SheWd IWtteet*
IiBMn-Tte sad AdAeha Cousty
iMi et *older ~ of ta
hi W. y atHem O
atihe Odd retw' Isseal-
I le w tunder the tam
Cloa. with Rav. Th7e.
Ianaran. and Col. erdsttod
y, of the board of
uMr. Clara Richards. preew
*0e Moepital Aid AesoclatcB"
*trsdley. peroftendest of the
Lto Mder the matter of the
adtln of the asooetaL.
and thIgS Is esral
r the InatisUe.
slereace waI a moat aaotm
W^as rythng was foual
ewsomw 68n0106.s with the
of' hboomI a"d itn as-
saw dbedesired.
""ated that wIt
8004 t of the imple.
*tis w"a the *wt


ast0 a4 9he eO t tUteon
*sM oalsevW t io a




t FrIday lor rook.


aompa y sa one of the
ikithin Oalaneevtle. and it
listed that they were aot
,o~ pd freo a Imanmvei
Their music to good. thetr
lS ~mte em.*e antd eiaitn
oV w ,eagr, a better Iatrunaem
ams. etlTle doep me t swee
hbe Uea of a "dhow town ---eapt

Me T W te seol.


weeks In the helldayls. ii.T~tbeae
wheell w"e eefor hO'r ownstoem
q~ea mity .a hess pw'SI
aftb t"he tars otlgAs rulleal
As OMe~ L A TeM& WMth h
ta~t aflmsulant. *a lbThe %. "i
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The Methodlst sad Pr sbter1i
luMad oesh pls ave niom Chrit-
t tee omo'etame al ght. The
bust. sad ad etasmot weu very
much gajoaed bWaU p4 sent.
Dr. JoMu Clemblt will return to
Battlmor. tomorrow, after a pleasant
visit to bb Waests.
Mists Mals Peao of V esvileo
Is Itimd V M Xs"oe Vedlop.
hrs. W. 3. Brow and ohlldren are
viitat a friends I J kadeville.
Mrs. 1alalght Uras gone to
JacbdmnvU to uar e her home with
her sm. w 1r hl
Mrs. Prd Cubbertl and children of
C r Key spent last week with Mrs.
Jas. emCk..
Mrs. Hal Curry of Quiacy i visit.
ing relatives ear beh 0
Miss PL Wgle of Otter Creek
spent a few days with hr brother,
Robert Hate.
Mr. ua Mrs. do Yampert of Gadhe
vil are vlslttb Mr. and Mrs. Wyles.
sale Wee Se*ee*eful.
The o4 adage that It pas to ad.
verti s was mver mere fully dem-
oastr ted th ton the ial of Weetfeld
le t to the o red people on New
To" day.wh, l tM were placed
an eat Ma average price of $1.
with te geat iducemeAst--1 down
=4d Isw oartih.
Tcs dividtoa, which was the progl
er of D. J. H. odemL It. R ('olson
nd He I udesrably situated. and
% bn setw ado exclusively for or.
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IWa* OF CITY AAD
COUNTY CO*DENSED

Call Yearwood of Mclrose was in the
eJty yesterday. Mr. Yearwood. who
is attending t Atlanta Dental Col-
e, is home on a vacation for the

\ Coach Forsythe of the University
football temiA hav returned from Jack-
sonvtile, Savannah, I Columbia and
other points, where he has been for
the pet few days.
Dr. J. Harrison Hodges has returned
from a professional visit to Cedar Key,
aray"a been called on account of the
sickness of Dr. B. W. Hurland, whom
he reports quite ill.
Wm. Adams and Henry Pletcher,
two progressive ers of Windsor,
were I the citeyesterday, having
come to bring moat to cold storage.
Mr. Adams' friends will regret to learn
that he has been suffering a great deal
reoeatly with rheumatism.
mrs. J. W. Brown, formerly of
#Jishua but now of Ft. Pierce, was
Ia the city yesterday. She was en
route from her old home, where she
has been on a visit to relatives. She
was aeoompanled as far as Gainesville
by her sister, Miss Alice Cato.
Among the visitors to this city yes-
terday,was Justlee J. D. Chamblin and
oa, Dr. John Chamblin, of Archer.
The latter. who is a student of a Bal-
timore dental col~,e. was en route to
reoame Mhis tud1e, after having spent
the holidays pleasantly with his par-
eats.
V. Bable, who has been In this city
for the past year or more as manager
of the store of B. Edelstein, has re-
1siged his position, and will locate
elsewhere In the State. The manage.
meat will be assumed by David Edel-
stelt, who has been traveling, but will
remain here In future. Dave's friends
are glad to welcome him back again.
Dr. Andrew Slodd, president of the
University of Florida, and Mrs. W. P.
Coffey. a member of the faculty -of
the Gainesville Graded and High
School, have returned from St. Peters.
burg, where they have been at-
toadaaoeat the tate Teachers' Asso.-
elation. They report a ine meeting.
The A. R. Harper Piano Company,
having closed their store on West Lib.
erty street, has secured space in the
building occupied by H. J. Dempsey,
where they will have office room and
a place to keep a few pianos and or.
gaft for Immediate delivery. Mr.
Harper has no Idea of giving up
(lainesville as his home, but will keep
his main store and business in Jack.
sonville. where he thinks It will prove
more proflttable.
F. M. Yearwood of Melrose. member
10 the frmn of the Melrose Manufae-
tuling Company. was in the city on
fullness yesterday. Mr. Yearwood
has rMently been the creature of
many minfortties. Ils mill and naval
Asores plants were burned a few
months ago. and rfecntly he was the
victim of a serious accident by falling
from a barn door. sustaining painful
Injury. lie is about to get over this
accident, however although he was
ilnsiful.h Injured
Ciaelo Nation
r('rtahluy i.nia.h,.d a hole In the


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ABSTRACT & REALTY C

E. E. VOYLE. MGL
bueirses of Title and ftll la InfomatloW teraIaed mlg la t Ib
eouonty. Our manager has lived lwthis amerdgl t
is thoroughly aveant ith d -

E. E. M. "70
FIRE, ACCIDENT, BUROLAIT MAD INDUMNITT
renting b number of pinent Amerbeaa
RE ALBTA AND COITYm .
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SIf You Are Insured..

u a Com pa that as Responsible, Have a Poliey 0
S1r. i.n With iberality of Poliey Contraet and h a
Pay Losse@e Promaptly
4 0

You Are Assured
That no serious loss en overcome you without ee Ove A0 4
refuge. .. .


SFire, Life, AccIet ad Health is I
N ot,*. ku tR aliaKlo Or, l ... ... I


o ped pe. i tisM l In* xtr"mef' bar-rooms of Kan.;m bt iallard's 0s.. .. --a, Aep,!afemad,
arthwetert section of the city. butllhoud ph smsheall
'being hlgh and dry. and conveniently ClordsAd cre forui ha.bbrnachitis.
eaP the Univerlsity grounds. the ot IInfluen and all palmonary diseases. C U S
weat like the *ro'srertail hot cake.. af t (. .
ter The Son apireaJ stating that the '. ,II. e ort. Kansad writes: laformat on sheertally ftlhed. GAIN VU
tot would be plam.d on sale New Iwould cur a i o gh o quickly s ei
Year's ungor Iwould _T__ a coth so quickly as Hal.
MYeatwo Irc's wer* t1W l: ard's Ilor'ehound Syrup. I have used
sale west ol without a hitckh aore It f r ars. -tld by W. M Johnson.
.bubdeeretaltnyt The beauty is te -eWat C n Wa .
Ull lots were old to the moot deo T.k Cold Bath *" Wage
arable class of colored peop. aad ^ mW a *.-- a
the p'rbabilitles are that Wastfd |olu)i tqL eUA ,4 n oA J MS 6 1 F
sill yet be the "hy isubrb for col ; 6`1A4M Ae, LAe SIa laaS o k a
,ai sa iae **s ae sor thor gaslSK2
ared peoplah
TO CURE A 04DO IN ONE DAY IM 0* a*shosgf the e Bpeswesa
Thak LAXATIVS BROMO Qlatne create* two toere belw am**
TMLe Dts ni. .e Mr tIt & a.19 W&a 10asaw . ACDOWLIMDg
Isret I o et 0 1. W, r N uIrtn at t el 4 Taoe. ,3 DI
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%lay V,*4:1 Ht Me t fiWs. Jga *. &4, a i4 or h a &toe..
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Oki rile octa function
S9a0 6M aM given New
by Mr. adU Mrs. John E.
w akm matig to eleven, cele.
, st iwenty4fth weddiig an-

6 beatifl *home on hast Chbrch
Sth .ee of much safety,
*rmB friends called to cole.
71 0a oion. The
t *a= was handsomely
S eah roompreenting a d*


wee greeted at the entraaU
A. P. Morrow amd Mrs. W. I
who showed them tato U
all. whmeh was fetmVe
of green, with btf

thodasy eo
Brooks oonduaetd the guee
where, aIn the trat hal
haadasome silver presents, toke
eatees of c0fntlens driesis as
were displayd.
Chase very graciously iatn
rivals to Mr. and Mrs. ftel
f tewved i the froet-fartor,. I
by their tamedia tlini
reetTved Mauy lihPum to s a
lapd introduced (
msay friend their en, Mr. M
daughter, Miss Markm, al
i.-iery 0. htMh,. another on, an
IL. C. 0 t4 Misen va atd
yoummet child, Aood at the em
ft reeevlmUg use.
Sotch was attired ia a beUtifi
pwa of crepe de ehtie, elabt
SB-ly trimmed In lace, chouton e
sad medallions, aed lowve
I b.lts of white atn ribboa. Mn
,m ft Ptetob'h gown was of dent voll
wvUb trImings of pink and oeru ve
| leet, saod medallions. MIs s IPte
W '1an oarmicn and betonlug troo
* chamopagneeolored crepe de oalA
w*e W tnagas of 6Uet Wlae, whioe
m AMiN = va was beoomitng at*le
Sa dreas ot white laee over pok ta
a. Tghe entlemen were hadeso
in the agal evening dress.
The walls of the drawlag-room wer
4deorated In out palms, which former
a very beautiful back round. Con
aplouus Ito the roqw was a minlaturi
ip, beautifully laden with lowered
se ae u covered with violet
med lases. aiso ftp was ban"a
oa a oblong reflector, bordered wilt
SiO romee and ferns. The maitl
Ia beautifully ornamentedO ~l
Site roses and ferns.
Mrs. I C. Gracy and Mrs. W. C
Ma stood in the arch between the
ParetW sad the usto-roorn, where the
agehatia delighted everyone witi
Sbeastiful selections. In thO
Ntea wae a large weddltg cake with i
fiel .i's desoratuon of oremhi
tb*., with a basket of orcd
It e water. 60tterlle also Agr
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Num al nwlge a i es inig at6 IW hikt*e CkbmiaNtig C00k*
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pcssut-k *A eken anks cio
Mwe Well lafmormd of the WmrIL


lofForms, Knwhdge f Fmed.&ad IKaovI6

iew~hme d oft6 mdisa itrova iqmi of th ciMemp ~mad *
4f usod*cmw &- by t mi igf C.*

I v" bm aw which da. amvapatorf d uwmleeae sm
r~~sbhmmdy-b$"vbees a om*umdhsbhe
Knom bee shKnowd mo um.
smdj i vbe the bej SM we hae
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were twenty-fiv* lighted eCadies,
white, n cut-glas;; candle-staok,'a*-
ranged to tormii :.t.ir around the cake.
Tim mantle was banked In mangnoia
0tllage. which nmiad an eective set.
Uam for beautiful pink japonlOm.
AVred the room ferns and WmaS
seals leaves.
The back hall was respleodet ai
GbOwe of various hues.
Mrs. William 111ill ivItd the gSta
I.to the dining-room, where a alad
eoQne, follow, ed by loses, oakee and
bobQUna, was gracefully served by
M e Alice Strickland. Annte Oaw-
man, Louis. Nixon. Nelle DaCOost and
Nta Cellon. In the dilehafomn the
decorations and retreehments were
all nla pink and white. The selling
was bordered with sprfce bocghl and
feetooas of bamboo vine, sad pink
chryanthemunis were hung fhoa the
corners, crossing at the ebhadelll. On
the table the center place was a cut.
glass vase of handsome plk ree on
a silver mounted releetor. Arouad
the center plece were pla4d pnlak
candied oranges, trimmed with white
candied roses, arranged to fbm a
wheel. At the side were eafection-
ery basketA of bonbona, s&a estglam
bonbon dishes contalatag agited al-
monds, candled grapes and walnuts.
The sandwiches served with the
salad were heart-shaped, werq also
the cakes served with the alas y ices.
The ices were In the form 4 clippers.
roses, bells. and lIlls, WIr pink and
white, and the heart cakes bore the
InlUtals "8." and "J."
The mantle was covered with bam-
boo vines, moos and pink obryeanthe-
mums, and was made brilliant by
a handsome cut-glass candelabrf.
The sideboard was handaome with
its many pink-shaded candles, and bon-
bon dishes of pink and white pepper-
, &land large pink and white sandy
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DUISVILLE, KY. LONDONAtNAp. NDW


7* T. E. Bridges of Oa invtd -*--- ---.---- ---- -
Sthe guests into4he library, ich was THE LOFTONH MAVE GONE.
, converted !nto a Japanese tea-room, -- A *
e all the decorations bing In Japanese Mr. Lefton Expects to Engage In the
d tapestry. lanterns, chiea and pottery. Furniture Business in Miami.
in this unique an ehalug r oom ..
1. In tder unique ande arminsl.oo. J. r. Ioton and family, who have
e under a large JapaneseParasol... 'a been in this city for the past nine
16 wax poured by )Stes he10 Joily and deaths, left yesterday for points in
a Mary DaCosta. Misses PaNsy outr loors.gla, where they' will visit for a
andini Thoas passoed.s otn a load, few weeks. .pro'eediug thu to Miamid.
Sboubon. These "for young Ilewhere they %III ak tt-ir future
e wore Jalpanee osetanes, which were home. at ai
b very lm"mling ead In keeping with Mr. fton. who Is an exprt ural$
Ih. ir im timudings. ture man, ha% been cutnected with tuw
SMr:. Abbot conducted the gl the Gainevilll Furniture Co.mpany t
Sto the conservatory, wheb was bas cominla er. and has madi him-i
e tiful ith its handsome palms eand ,f quite polar with th e liubjl, but
b ferns, and was hlgMd by Japas ld to engage In business fur
a lauternt. Here. Medam.e C. sadlit, and rteKted Miami ,as the
a J. M. Dell served punch from a S*a Lrtrends. heregret very uch
Sniffcnt silver puaek bowl. lose them. but wish them mu-h e--
s Al1 of Mr. and Mrs. utch's efri eds use and hap.plnessa t their n.w "
, who were preset spent a mot de- 'o
l UhLttul evetai. sa one which will ____ ,,S|_Z
ong be toremubed as a v ry beauty AINMVILLS. Om .ING WOR
ful anniversary. A OUm'T. d CadSn d
This Inteterio Fom "s Movede
PreweaeDM With DlnmeaM I6 Into .e s co New orterks
If there ever wa a -Ievky fellow' .N Waf o o
on earth it Ia I I ML U t,--a. -tw h- | I.A T1.e "r oomi. slo en W ork ofi
standing the bat at e gave a ere W whi J. Il. Brookale r. l a BW
a pie"e of ,M, whihek he th eMMBM= .I..u ,. in a hina eof it own1.,av m, red
was a quarter a few days t Ibo ta t s-t a *odem_ mew
which termed sot In the -d to be a m a....4qW S a day or two a.
avedeailr od sseeo. At tae Osee of boeeu es oee. 1, tW7: TMs aOat la sow me of the bhea
)Unle Bob as omtem eale fr ... to thi saesLa of the seeitry. The
Ssne Un e w tht e Wade & Meas0r O|0,0"a| Aene Aft "a" e et*a new be i lssI wile "so e* by ihe
W lead ImNft Is m e so of Wlow8r18del r s-. t. UI. mO p 4s" 4 dow"A pIu fie
eretm W-- maam."e a "oan ....... the pup18 e by Mr. N.IbI eL-d leg
whas he pr m e ee i ,ee that M". R w .. up to date is *vwy way wmhea t comes
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Sby Cap"s W. h e'MRl .b .0er of fte1. %Oat N SSW W 8~ to o ftea mdo GodWW
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S, _' "6l41 PROHIBITION WAVE.
The ft It a United States Circuit Judge Newnan
thie at U AiSla.c has refused the application i the
SCot oexhibitt at' t breweries'for an Injunction enjoining
. Jauet Sptilon. From thi the authorities from enforcing the
Ut 4 l e e' n that Florlda was 'Georgia prohibItion law, and the con-
W rell d th and carried off the stitutionallty of the act cannot be
of Ards, receiving ten tested for at least two months, when
Ms a 4aI awards, four silver and the case will come up on its merit.
8 91 bm-~:i it&L In alL In this connection it is interesting
Tb. 91VOteve display of woods to note prohibition's great march since,
.row OW th 6ite of ralliay Included 18k0, and the following data is taken,
PO hk 4oUst 0tate i Wr irblits, whash from a thoroughly reliable authority:
0* W99ttf9 iMaIGm tb 1A0, and part 1851-Maine passed first prohibitory,
Otf A H aad4o and Alebua county law, under Neat Dow's lead.
A xdM 1870-PrsHons living In "dry" States
A sewing was above aboald be as (estimated). 4 .00,000.
0.. 00. OiSt IMoa. to sl'reeldWtb of Flqr. 1908-Perons who will be living
WM WIt. MIf ro the anl" exhibits as under absolute prohibition, or city,
0" shown by tI AtaaUto Coast Line town or county prohibition (estimat-
eA 6tmdltO eas be obtained, what ed). 33.000,0o0.
WOwid have e~le the re wits from the t umber of States that will be "dry"
- tiltei *tortf of a the whole State after January 1, flve-Georgia, Kan-
is making g 1sh a display as only sas, Maine, Oklahoma and North Da-
S mV a et . kota. A year from ioda* Alabama will
4A ISp" O 1 M,575 sure feet was oc. 'be "dry" by State enactment. A large
,t6aSp INt the Atlanti Coast Line to portion of the State, including Jeffer-
. ahow Yarka" rim oAets of its territory.' son county, In whch Birmingham is
^ Thti p14s decorated la an at, located, in already "dry."
itr oive IM Ia.and was one of the Kentucky, with $100,000,000 invested;
Soeat a red the States exhibit In manufacture ofliquor, has 97 "dry"
SbuN. counties out of 1 I. .
i, le the list of awards as North Carolina has "dried" 99 per
! 1m061i1 the Atlantic Coast IAne: cept of her territory.
OO MtalhdBI-A.A*ltMle C t* i .A 'South Carolina. 17 outjof 41 counties


Ry., dish1ae of tropical and seml-tropl-
Ml fruli al auats: Atlantic Coast
ie W.. frauta and vegetables in
iId; A. Cobs & Co., Amsterdam,
t.1UemUtra tobacco; W. B. Rodden.
bry, Cair, Ga., Georgia cane syrup;
MISm X. Chbyuruy, Tarpon Iprings.
Yla., mabl ebed4 ; The O. M.
UMhB Po"aa Co.. IttG e., pecans;
, Y. M uk MisaMl, ns.. avo
i 5. Pollo0hk. Miami, na..
*0~ihis.; 3J. Blotut, Alva. Las
omuty, Va pomealem. grapefruitt);
O O. s ntard, a1.. oranges
aaOd P'aNt; Puata Gorda Pinery,
Puwti o00drPla., pineapples; 3. J.
butb KlamsImeuee, Ia. pineapples:
W~Ilg Bros. Co. Jacksoorllle, ria.,
ps>MS, avml varieties.
mverW N dMSt AM Uo Coast LUse
By,. oheotW tbemae exhibit; At,
hate 00Coat Une Ry.. collective ex.
11Mt of WOOd on Mnkeof railway: W.
W. oWdei A 0o, avanah Ga.. ee
Island eoVm: AOL. Sprint Son.,
WllMIalag, short cotton, American
1aval MMvs 0o., SavanaBOsGa., roein
ei;" Mrs. C. W. Jaeocks. Orlando, Fla.,
PeSaoa JoMh L. Horlbeck. Charleston,
I. C., pesas: P. W. Inman, Florence
TI, 1a. oold storage Vtlencia
oraies; Ameqlcan Tea-Growing Co.,
taM. C.-Amerlean grown tea: Melch-
W a q arleston,. 8. C.. rice: E.
H. Yo bAkeland. Fla. guavas.
Br MM4 "lh-.Atlantlc Coast IAne
Ry.. 6Ox4 shibit of cotton: At-
latlie O na*ne Ity.. collective ex-
ilbit of guava Jelly; W. D. Stark.
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t, auuuouueoa.,m.mounted 1tarpon: Ic.
geand elctivei H. laughtridge, Rocky M~ounit. short
~ thatmuM cot"ton, T. A. (Calitia. MiamiFl.
U b" mango".. R. IL 1140. Ft. MyprP4, TIa.
t j uvavs. W. L. Van tilvar, Klaissmme'c
FUis.Vi, c** yrup.
a~ sa do. Th. rcistrstilin ho,~k-4 of Tampla.
peMr. wblrh bave been "p..n ftr the pest
moetmonth. are closed noh.rs, wer. only
am es. 2.3 14 rs'giutu'rs4. 0001 Isth. e 111114,utr
at that vregstraiou iiW hm 01i) for aiimp

yu Amos X. Low is titNuii s, tini. riiatle
vs~ is'S ~ scrvtarY of the laikir Serattir Mallory.
~M "levloasbe h""rretaineuian 'rkato aecrrear)
"Mlit for the newly aas'4n~-d 4ii.iIt'ialor, W.
""whfil
111 MW. so It to estinkat#edthat 0*iim.eruge crop
of No~oto cunC'~t %~III trhit Ignto that
vas evolty Oo'.r Si ."otIiii this
atW -061"f The P lant (C it'% I rt L.%i brr v scaikn
~ uuiaessAM olv"1*iinh ith iba rub hpmit
*0 96ON~'OW has *tigbar a'


mo o ndket m' CSIAT1tq01P 0110.O T I ( if iltilt). q~ b
L :) sai (Ink Lt c A tCutaft,::
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F'ran Cetv) ,ukei 4mt !ha
bes Ittkl.. Liior a thv it tLj ir F
st~in ag~ancai .n '*1 ~ '11V- #111C 1 h ~,11110011 l sl',
firm Mslott otT leo vuug111 ltt iirc.


Jim &a~r hls )ar


w ... .. ...
"dry;'
'fennessee has but three cities
where liquor can be legally sold.
Fight for prohibition being waged
'in Mississulppl, Maryland, Virginia and
Dela ~:re.
Massachusetts has 250 "dry" towns,
100 "wet" ones.
Sixty-two percent of the population
of New Hafipshire lives id "dry" ter.
ritory.
Florida has 35 "dry" counties out of
a ttalof 46, leaving only 11 "wet"
coautlese hthe State, and the prob.a-
bility is that Marion county will be
added to the "dry" lit on January 21s
If you always look for "the short.
eat roads" to result--you are a want
advertiser.


AACNUA COUNTY '
Alaseua county is 80A,400 atres in
rea bu 346 :iles railroad, 00
mile, wagon rood 5 poeozil..,
128 publie schools, 27 phosphate
plans, 30 saw aill $75,000 sour
house, four anewpapers, and pro.
doee eora, eootka, riet, sagr,
oats. rye, pottoe f pneapplee, or.
ane., pesobep. peas, plume, pe*
ean .and all kinds of vegetables.

Gainesille, the County Seat.11
Has fourteen eburshes, two public
6*hools, the Univetsity of Florida,
private shools, h anewIptpen,
Onlled StatM land Itoe, the bee
wiler, fire alarm eOtem, elsetris
and gas lights, two Woe fs.etors,
masahloe hope, three' wooui fael
rip, cotton glu, two moss festorie,
three railroads, two fertilis er man.
uftctuorng eompaalee, one fibei
,nMufaury, one Iwetifying tur-
pentie 'ant. four bank, and well
stocked stores embraeinR every.
thins It the eoommeroial line.


NOTiCK TO VCRZL)Ph'tt% AND OTHRMS.
Tb. oeeeom loea Ostceq sad distiiatuesaw.of
N. I. B~rr e", 6"OIalis 9Albobgac.,owY.
piewhds, aid mm ea @veryPerwasa whouso.
o'r h&flavr 010nM or deaai a a b. 0
"aof .NaJ.~y. deoeeewd. are bereby
notll to ieMalste MGb. %0 the l. nderasig-
ed GdMW~ti; itbft We O af oUlwed by
Xawbor. . be tt4. 111
Kew~ry. f IR.MbIO. HA RRY.
Admbtltat~s of to ls. tel. of M. J Bary.


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THERN PINES, RALEIGH, RICHMOND,.
WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PaIl.
ADELPHIA, NEW YORK. I


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lat week.


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rowe $1,000 from
purposee of building

a tanning factory to
if t of regeta-
go to waste.

was struck
out hnUting
d sustained Injuries
ensued the next day.

of a quarrel in Ft.
Samuel Powell and
Powell Is perhaps fa-
Both men are well

reward has issued a
talitag together the Gov.
A ithern States to meet
ruary 1th, to discuss

Mulngs a Frenchman go-
Ome of Joe, working at
Committed suicide by
e of a rifle to his


that A. H. Brown of
Masnate county, has
Worth of resin and
be m e toi building ftiro
S ove agatast any poe-
tis wlaer.

men employed In' the
department at the
eavy Yjd received notice
two o that, when their
was ompleted, that they





16r almo, her age in 17
her weight 750 pounds.
S10-areld brother who


the Pensacola
STr et OMaany, ma4e se-
te sp ecaataons sad short-
-ay thnOaand dousla of
m hasa occurred. T.
00 a tal= BresidenBt and


wards. Thp A accident cast a gloom
over the entire town.

Road Commissioner firanham ot
Orlando' and his gang of men have
begun the work of laying the con-
crete block mad which the ty
commisakmers of Orange have 4
under process of construction
some time. The Idea of such a "MM
or track-for It Is really a trsaea-
originated with Uommissioner H., W.
Dickaon, and he laid his idea before
the county board with such force that
they ordered enough of the blocks
made to construct ohe mile of the
road. They are grooved blocks, made
of a cement and In the shape not un-
like a railroad rail laid on its aide
only much larger. They are joined
together at the ends by a mortise ad
tenon, and as both sides are alike they
ean be turned over when one side is
worn out by wear or accident The
grooves have rounded. sloping sides,
so-that the wheels of wagons or aWto'
moMbiles can easily run out of the itf
occasion requires, though the Ideal
way would be to have a double track.
The experimental mile of road Ia belong
constructed k mile out of the Orla*do
city limits on the road to Apepks.
People interested In the good roads
problem from all over the Squth are
watching this experiment with gn*t
interest, and If it is successful. as new
seems likely, It will be but the bog*p
nnlg of many miles of similar ro4d to
be constructed all over the country.

SRMIW DIPATCHOS.


mpertimenta lave been made 1t
he Rookse eler twautas ie ar soI
ra arch whieh have resulted 1t the
eemmeti transfereaoe et vital eais
rnm e one ltvie aL--0al ate. W
Jeeb Richards, te t t su j e*
Whe tas been riding uo- a nl a In
Russia. ha returned to Amirts e
the steamer Plnland to the Uited
stat**.
Men who are fend of figure aey
that New York's new year es le
tim cost 1,750.000. It isa eUinMei
that 10,o00 people took suppgr at
me hudred hotels and reutnsaIM
Ceeflia Loftus. of New York, S ae-,
tress, Is la a serious comdi tes s a
private hospital as a rseault of eper
stles for appendicitis peronmed Wed
Moday.


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I U ,Ts NATIONAL


Th ut &my mple of

thM put pood the ft
dlly done owrywehoa by

Ko'd ol

for Dypepia.

SOLD MY ALL ORUOGISTL

POUND MILLS S. UY DOWN.
Immlienits Prom *Mthern Europe In
Sad PIIght.
Lake Carles, La, Jan. 3.-A num-
ber of tImal at ftom southern Bu*
ope arrivM to InLa C arles on Wed.
Misay, oamlag ftom New OrlIeaa.
Tw ed ely a ew dollars in their
peakets, ad4 ried their arthly
muome insf s prtackages throws
on NOeel bwle te. 4 Mr"aot sem
to how wbhe the wrO going *-
Upt that ome ua Ia New Orleans
bad teN them that they wold pro-
oare Maploymeat to the eawnlls of
The awmills sad ml a rie mills
have e3tber be el oked lthoeter or
are ruaanlg on half meet a4d thebe
are a number of unotzpl6k"d pIn In
this wotio *sreaf. The a ossay
they werew Induced to one to LW u I-
lane by tOe state dT artrnnut of a#
riultaure.
ARRISTEr APTER WEDDING


g.L e -- iidenVdeL Colouel Broberof. chief t t pil eung Man of Alabama is Placed In
"- al gendamie of Sp ia s ite ,, Jam at evergreen.
was shot and kilUed 1 41NIa1S i erlreln, Ala.. Jan. i --James
ew ours out of jall I Tam- street Wednaeday. iatght, lae of the best known youta
* grao of the city atho MaimilUlan Harden, of ers.0 meW Ia B il6 ownty. wa, arrested ad
ihd the Christmas .pplrit tor of Die Zurunft, is b4 1ag lodged it Jail, charged with the mur
.White, a prisoner who had tried a second time on 4 cr& eof der of Heoiy uargee, three aeths
amed, maMaged to taok up having libelled la is We~t Mt goN.
Ii. while drunk fell and Mouo V e Molkte. Mr. BurgeIs wae a prmlanrt sad
s lskl. Medicalel attention we-tode ftlrl. He twas bouad Jead
Wd upon him and It is All the World o October I 4awr hie hole, two
-at .be W recover. Is a stage, and Ballard's et ow .. mfle rom verge, TWo wOe
..Unl.et plays a most. pl i rted K daughter ofa pr I alet o et.
le o heir husband, to love It has no superior for r h Ism1 of OravTs tis county. A1 li.
B ad 54 jealous because her jolnts, cuts, sprains, led Mo al eward was offered fo the ar,
Iaed love to another Bay it, try It and you w9 always et d eeavtodos of it" te1ar of


Mr. Burp. A deteetlve ame here
from Maeville ad It was en his rep
ruestaU 0s et 1Kaight was arreated.


Ir Nedi Oowart, 17 years
) ader be amae of Nellie
Ia sIpeml howse eonested"
Tlaen SpTmps, SVmpted
ow eaM ote to the
I, e are oas bad hbasads
ilara. The ttely arrival
ft ms1, enwted ,ber from


I~St RooiSS.64 Aetmtsla.
INS&WSILThe .hi-
4pbomgwhenm
op d a inU ril
it "low" d~ptshd kts
dad we 0 am go.
geto yM POS- the
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ae it. Anybody who Ia oed B-l
lard's Sfow Linlmelt is a IVfg proof
of what It does. Bhy a bhetl, to
Me and $1.00. Sold by W. M. Job-


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Johp jacrh Astor In LWfe@.e4 SOuldyour ihv eNb? When he
London. Jae I -.,* asb0.i :f"t r- Is h ad M sSP
Wen of M-i! -&:nVi'Aerf Aitot. vtO I0 aut emNo ZRION fidf
M WU wsar'd aprobaimtinry yofto 3w a
leak Of : wtI :1 'ry Vm V
ezun '~.p 1r jam s@4 as&" he cemmis.
__ so a pe.r.c4 Ile"tSator the we0hra'VSse. 60"M~
LAte Ova~d, is Ow-SAWinbobsp thew srIM.
Sam in. w 60 A*Mr*.
imasy Ils cwine frMIMMOpuebloot C. bek iMGrh.P16 91 M
can't have pure bowd m*&bw am Ofty s .4Wd dd. shPad
egow Iom sy liver =andwaftb w- tadIN 68h0iO 1eMf
W&e. ferdrk Ilied 93MM mng. -I I med NobsSsob utwe ews
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THIS LA OUN

A CABASE SNAKE

One of Thus Dsdly bWpyls
Found in Head of ObbaQ

SAID TO lE VERY POISONOUS


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While Preparing the Cabbage er O Di n
nor Well-Known (ady ef East n "
Made Discovery Which Probably
Saved Life of Herself and Pamily. Th P s
'Mrs. R. E. Daahlell. wife of t"e m er-
chant at Orange Heights. came with .
a little of losing her Iife or the lif Than a fire-e.ngle when y@Uw
of the entire family a day or two ag house is on fAn, because. it In..
ad It was only by the merest chance -
that, while she was ceanng a head st ntly BeOUre the entire Value
of cabbage for dinner. s, dimeoveredl
what is very rare, but what Is known ,f you horme-that is, -wh-
an a cabbage snake. It ls said that'your nam is m pined upon
these reptiles, If they may be called a i ..... ... iyor
reptile. are very small. and can hardly 8trong poi y for
be detected from the shreds of a eab-
bage. They are usually from three to Fn M1
five Inches in length, and are sald to
he almost deadly poison when cooked
with a pot of cabbage. In theh .b of oempeab. Winter wl
In a letter Mr. Dashlel states that An qIDMdid ld W to NI O bln .j '
his wife found the cabbage snake, about o r b how? ait u ahl, lN
while preparing the cabbage, and that ofe wle mt one *nesI tO w odl l
he took the reptile alive, and mow has a Hl Uo tiaou T UI
it In a bottle. It ia from five to six I

It, is about the Ilse otf I asew ng
thread.


Speolal Announcement Regarding the
National Pure Peed and Drug Law.
Ye are pleased to iasaOae that
Poley's Honey and Tat for oeagh
cold. and lnmg troubles l sot aieeted
by the National Pure oed and DeM
law as It costalas eplete or other
harmful drugs, and we reommend it
as a afe remedy for oaildrea a
adults. J. W. Mecollum 4 Co.


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TMheo et, who UL t.a-A dytia l
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srwen ablt ou"l d* a" nswaI
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of Paokey'm oner ad Tde. J. W. Me
fColta a 0 s wa sjwed by

DisMrbed the Oengv'egtien.
The person who disturW d ts eow
gregatio loat feMdaY by eanton"br
sougtsg Is requested to buy a boUh
ot Moley's Homey sad Tar. J. W. Me.
Collum a Co.


Whiteeappeee Pardesed
Jackson, WeIs., JUS. 3.-4.v.,u
Vardawsaat"aIssued PerdAMS ft te
poesy. "aM Poeey sAD&Olm eaftPwala
Ohi noted UUS eoleousy whlteeappes
sent up several ,Yoms aPto No is
tosone k' mr~w Asadnsiuht~oe.

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LXSSB ugs.ARE 1NCRBASILD.
I'it on tawI,'sf Places Will so High.
arks, ca'! 1San. 2.-The city o',in.
on1 Od 01401M.In adopting Or 'wIa'nuft!
Sky 110020 Ovtiiraneo. 'as rslv'4 ii.
40ies oaulderabir V mm lMet yosr.
I* inme, itutansehthe lienr'" on
*610 boalioesea hivo been doionsd
%AMw ieftsi, Imos~, including
bo lowpt Von of the city.
CNWS .desl ao( m.t ay an an.
weOt $s0loe tuteatiof4
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~O WWW tbomand 4deiars. IHp
vM jog afmting the mosey when
*0 OWU411, AWfl4053 Ikppftrd. Mae
pmlae4O0a log orhis bomesty when
to tnedher p operty ever to her
Oldad mik eshould be rewarded, She
UNIIHYWr sted tbe bit). adm that
*Yv Oftson two nicklee enod twt poe.
mis. am% a rmrd.


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I'ftvi'ssaor liutwrt II..temer. 'be per.
trait pollearr. ebAdlelwdTul Teia'ss wetmw
sim~e."1 d up,) taild at Ike pa~ee
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Aamtber leadr dv.
Is Itaa tSOe location of
tI O Gerat s a an Alabams
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%due bore& for 11 with the
f sea@s another valuable
W eterosae tfor build.
*saoU a 11p0 t to be
$tjf U Ala.., an nhln.
f -int wiN b installed
qs- ed atublmw e coumplet-
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Waterwork system at
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STEEL PLANT PERILS.
Roeklesneses a P.ychologleal FPato
That Mjat Be Consde.ed.
Recklessmnem h 1certinauly a peyeboloeg
ical charncteristiv of men I ato tl
plants. All tradituu touches them to
be reckless. The 'ery example of their
superior. teaches them to beo nekle.
The assistaut siuprlatendent of the
plant that the lilnola Steel e ooepl
Balntalas at Jollet stepped oo aa aW
protected gear sodI lost his leg Jet
after be had warned his men not to
be guilty of any such culpable ,amll-
peace of their owu safety. I am will-
lag to admit the existence of culpable
qegli gece altogether apart from the
mgllgence of the company. And aot
only thbt but I am alo willing to give
a specific llustration.
I was standing one day on the plat-
form of a blast furnace. All at ooce
unexpectedly. I heard the four whistles
that Inilcate dainr. There was a
"hang" in the furnace. The whirling
eddyloi massofr ore. coke and Ume-
stone in the high interior of tat fur
mace bad got cniuht somewhere. soa0e
how, and wasI rfusnlu to com dowLn
When It dI cone do a there would
be a crash and perhaps an explosloo.
I ran and got behind a brite pUlar.
On comlcg slut the piant that mrnlao
I bad slgned a piece of paper. lJst the
eamo kitd of a piece of paper tht evt -
ery vriltor W,. saying that I would
not hold the Illinois Steel eoaapMay
spoosible for anything that might hap
pen to me. I reflected that nobody
would pruot Iy my demi But ob>
serve what the other men around that
blast far e, h11.1!
I olMi see them as I peered out
from beblhnd my Irick pillar. Thou of
them who were already la hret of the
turnace looked up atit with as euxpre.
aIoo of ,pnifound riositUy on theirI
fCcea. Two other men who had bwe'
standtlu at the back of t5 foramst
ras all the -aty round it sad re e out
la frot. There they aO steod hbrla
their aiote latrrruatat4i at the crafty.
recent vro!ano that might M everthe-
le the next Imomeet harl forth a
ladipnant ansuar at their headst-Ev-
erqbdrs Mlaziae.



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HIM*s. First st5p' I) 11ihElgith.
A native bnhaiIi ivu tudumlt tit Co411K
Us svatlug the' wall k uthe &.prettilme.4 aInt
the vt~)upout~d of No. 3.$ rngil
4rvestI dIn a cMtnplvto osit oi' hlurn;-#.e
cloth"i. rms. wan had 'on :cipr'linimi
*vieuincauvotwal~eJ l..r wI
shop mud badl employed Lila.Ie tlui h
amoring In tltUwjUlalauseif witb a Cobs
Pluo tl. ut of clothes, lucludlugt a 'A hile
shirt. with studs and link; a rod lie.,
carefully p)ut on, black sotk's, a pairtt i
boots. a watch sud chats.. handkewshlef
and even a poseketknlft. with a straw
hat and atick.L He even went the.
length of writiug lii. name luslele 11w
hat. On. being caught be said be waait.
eel to learn ngilsh an4 uan a pnvIIujA
Inary step thought It twatt14) dress alm~a
@eif In uahib's ciehes.-ilom bay (ladle'
Adv~otate.


New to Avoid Appendtle.
Most victims of appeadleltti ae
those who re habitually coastIpated.
Ono laxatIve fruit Syrup curem
ehhle coustpaton by stimulating
the Uver and bowels and restores the
natural acttoo of the bowels. Orlmo
lazative Frult Syrup does not nau.
seat. or gripo and is mild bd pleasant
to take. Refuse substltut. J. W.
MeClltam & Co.
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That is why okr Jki over I
ovr to the customer who wad with the
& Mt der-eand cont so-tiMt is why we oy
oAnce of thouMda .
is either pe or mo e- We
ctaml m % grain carefully ee ponn water
X "twl maturity in our own warousm amd In-
T r whiskid reac& the cu sew aorIn
LThis protects ua-wotcta the nmMer-
S our goods from Invidious adulteations
ywby midlen.
Our whiskies have no equal for Um ia the sick
rmp being wholesome ad to icy to sMk to
; they are the best to em vour id the
qappwriate their purit O rich
mellow flavor. The mtuml vim of the
Corn and Rye is coocemend in pure iqui form
In each of the foowig i:
[EXPRESS PREPAID
Four FW Quars ( on~u)
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are appointed to sail as follows Leave Jhoaso~., dai eaopl
faturdays, alt i0p p. m. Return mf e MI uo N, da ly

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Leave 3:30p. m.................e ............. t
Leave 9:00p.. m. .................Pai ths............... Me o b .
Leave 3:00 a. mz...................AAsi r....... ..... ..,, .m 4t' ^
Leave .................... Berfuord (DLjm. .'........ave p I1i
Due 9:00 a. min.................. a ftord..................1 ra 109W ,
Due 10:30 a. m ................ Bntrprmls ...............J. a i.le. 4niC a


Passeager and T~iskt Wise, IN WON OyW pmvle

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Pier 84, N. 3.. Now York. Fu P fl 5In NOW Yor
L B. SCRODLE, C. A.. 1P. M. 3MNO::= S P.Awe
Lasesburg. M .JUMi.-O 10"L
Lf.D.JONNS.T. 1. A, JOHN M040444 2. lA.
Jacksacvillle, ria. FlW 88 no. w TuL
C. F. LWV3LL Agent. Jaekes~lk
Gospel @UONOFstNNor 1.Ith 3,66, NW iMV

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Leave Gainesvillo for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo )
cal point South....................... 10:80 a
Returning, arrive GaineaMville ....o............ 4:26 p .


Leave


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Lake~ City, Valdosta, and all points NoMb 6:00 p
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tilyde New England Mnd 8oUthern Liae.
Freight isryiw 8vtsem JAOXSOSV1LLRSt.2OAmy d
PROWDUMO, ad AD DowutI can,
Calling asOt Cbarlsom tb h wag.
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Clyde St. Johs RIM f Lime
S~tw..UI JACKD~ONMLSLLUand Samrswo~n
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"r maw~UU. & vA am*.
00 *ebst eaftsof fresh mets
b~bgs'~ii ysr order to 1IMarole.
Mv. fartshlKeileY otRorbello
~~ thwesewospm nt eterday

Um*. eveSad nd JudgeCar.
prat,.skual visit to

MAW et Sit. who MA sboom.(MI a
". I^ bmYSS he %"asreturned to
banhm.#A t UGSli.
'~U~a~ofa~ertat~justre-
ONplVjmd piSolat"7% cats tMe

K ~ V it es es masthls in k.for
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i: avIOUID. JOA UARY 4, 1908 '

Keep yFm eye on the "Wants" col-
Umn. It may contaja just whbt you
are looking for.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. ddy of Orange
Heights were aoiug those who spent
yesterday In this city.'
W. W. 0o.ger of Micanopy was in ,
the oty srdaylookag after his THE AIESU E N
resl estate lnrest. He owns several
neie stor here.


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Hlss' apple battr In 3b. tins.
aandersA & Ure


This cool weather makes J. 0. lHar-
roid's pork *hops all the sweter.
Iresh spply of Star hams; the
bread Is a guarantee of Its perfection.
Slanders/ A arle.
Wa. H. Hayes of Tyler was In the
ty yerday on bulsneas connected
with the United States land offle.
. M J. 8. Crown and Mrs. Van Tay-
lor., two esUmable ladies of Rocky
'tint, were saopptng in the city yes-

Mrs. W. M. llitch has returned to
hber i boe at Santa F after a pleasant
visit to ber daughter. Mrs. J. M. Riv-
era. in this ity.
Mrs. I. A. Davies left yesterday for
Memphis. Tenn., where she was sum-
moned by wire on account of the tll-
ne- of her sister.


Mrs. Ada Marsh and children and
Miss Theora Fleming have returned
from Archer, where they have been
on a visit to relativeH.
Mr. and Mrs M. K. Flowers of
White Springs. who have been here
on a risit to Mr and Mrs. T. L Itoul-
ware. have returned to their home.
Mins Carrie Dean, who has been
on a v'ait to her parents here. has re-
waied to Taitbasee, where she is
attertding the Florida Female College.
National IlBcult Co's. raisin cake.
eitrom cake. and plain cake in 4-lb.
kmvet. but will be olfl In smaller
qantitt*es wheot desired Saunders
& larl .
Fur Ten Years -Iliume ibbon Flavor-
IRg Extracts hatLbeen growing more
profitable fur deilers to handle, be-
ease of the steady and Increasing de-
mand for them
Dr (eo P. Waldo of Jacksonville
bas arrived to the city. and will laske


his future home herd. Dr Waldo is
a dentist b) protfesaln, and propoess
to open *tn eklast Ol w ofloce in the


hate it I % ltb tins.. Staunde4rs Grah m building
S mrl Mrs M K Td4b has returned fro4 m
Mro. en. P Morris and ekildrt loa e, where shewai uan snmogd a few
_ve redturnud fre asMo wwee they dayo ago to the bdide orf Mrs 1.ula
o e ob ou a visit to ro ttis ad llt.r whoi has hees iIte tll Friends
of Mrs lurt l111 be graltrd to learm


In J. MJwl


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The on. P 11, Htitaderaus. West
ljtbcrt) m rtn 'ii'iittV'the tiither-
")t Krvullts t' i. iing cimsideftbblr
imjbrielf4In I V% onaa-et~a libera
3ppdicet1tso 'f oI plt ThinI. a' 'tieofI


I auIteuiaght, of Art heri** oti
.:1,AAkig Itle-rt~lho lo. f That I'ro
o-f r -ot, as& in ilb, cawotin bes
"*%I lr~tvfxlsI W I'.ukuight states
thsl t o5~' utneoa NAB n tii -Wt tt' &61S
.%til t uNJa-4n l~ofth


everybody's friend-Dr. Thomas'
lMectri Oil. Cures toothache, ear-
a.he, aore throat. Heals cuts, bruises,
salds. Stops any pain.
W. Ales Ha11 who owns near
Alaeha ome of the handsomest farms
in that t-otl@o, is looking after his
terest* there for the arct month.
SAttsMy W. 3. Baker left yesterday
lar Itawland, where be will spend
Hso mol t bw days with his wife, who
blha bo, at that point for the past
te days.
The alachievous boy who took two
Vle es of steel from The Sun linotype
ov htMe friday morning will confer a
flavor by replacing the same, and no
questiom will be asked. The manage-
mint reases that it was thoughtless,
but the linotype is seriously lnoon-
veslenoed by the los; of same, and the
pleas are needed.


Miss Nannie Smith of Wacahoota
spent the day Thursday with Mr. and
irs. C. C. Pedrick In this city. Miss
miath, who is the accomplished
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Smith,
,wa an route to Converse College, Spar-
tano'kr, N. C., where she is one of
the student She has been on a visit
to her parents for the holidays.
Prank McDavid of Monteochb was
nl the city yesterday. Mr. McDavid
recently disposed of his farm and
moved to Waucbula, expecting to
make that his future home; but after
visiting that section and making a
personal Investigation, he decided that
Alachua county was good enough for
him, hence returned, and will settle
down and be contented.
J. W. Smith, a prominent naval
stores operator in West Florida, who
sla at present residing at Apalachicola,
was In town yesterday and made The
Sun an agreeable call. Mr. Smith
came to consult his partner, Col. W.
W. Hamptono. relative to business
matters. He reports labor "easier" in
West Florida than It has been for
years. and at reduced prices.
H. 0. Alrd. a prominent banker and
insurance man of Jacksonville, is in
the city. Mr. Alrd expreiesa himself
as being well pleased with the prog-
ress of the city during the past two
or three years. He declare Gaines-
ville to be among the fluest Interior
cities in the South, and says he is
looking for great things here In com-
mercial development within the next
few years.


After siwuding the lioliday vacation
Ileasantly with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. R Steokert, in this city. Miss
Florence 8teekert has returned to De-
land. where she is attending Stetson
University. She was accompanied as
far as Jacksonville by her mother.
Miss Steckert's numerous young
friends wore glad to welcome her
home again., and glad also to lea1r
that she is making fine ipogre's In
her studies.
W. W Harrits. formerly agent of the
Galnesville and Gulf railroad in this
city. and later engaged In the broker-
age business. passed through the city
yesterday on route to his home In
Jacksonville, after a few days spent
in hunting toIn the vicinity of Orasge
take. He was accompanied by his
family. The train remalaed her only
a few naometn, but Mr. Harrise made
the beot of he tisb e In shaking bands
with his friend


Amromi the contemplated improve
ments in the bustaias setio of the
city is the placitg of a maulkntemat
iiass frtnt tI the itaukuilht b tidiog.
erner W..st Main and I'nli streets.
or pteda by Royal COxk as a dry
Igods aid funlabing stbwe Work
i lt belt ia this work as soon as the
trnm cilu,%'s. whkeh have bem order.
*61 aw r,'eid. and the tramelor
Igatliam sm*1 Bmak.e a Sxrvt in|irove-
ment in the beidingx


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EITED STATSIDbnPuOwir


P. S.-Business is growing very
factorily in all other ways.


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There is something in the good fellowship of a good W.th.
that is always felt by the owner that is, in words, haud to di
fine. Ask your friend who has a good watch-* watch tha
keeps perfect time-how much he will take for it aid he Will
laugh at you. It ia because there is that attacbhm t 'i it-
that knowledge of its faithfulneu that places it abow iN atua
Intrinsic value. These are the kind of watches we Wia, d
only them kind that you become to. From lM- !.1


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The "Want" column to growing In
favor. You can refor to It and find
what you want without looking over
the entire paper. ,


Among the visitors to Gainesville is
Willis Cal!oway of Jacksonville, travel-
ing freight agent of the Lo1naville &
Nashville railroad.
Miss Estelle Epperson of sonsop,
who has been here on a pleasant visit
to her uncle. Judge Syd L. Carter, has
returned to her home.
French soup, put up by the Franco-
American Food Co., In 3-lb. tins. Just
the thing for dinner, and going at
reduced price. Try It. Saunders &
Earle.
Among the visitors to this city Is
W. K. Halle of Jacksonville, super-
Intendent of the Southern Express
Company. This is Mr. Halle's old
home, and his frilnds here are always
glad to welcome him.


Gremd feer-Next to fgi
C ealveatlUy Leated Yet Mh

best equipped, and th place ofor lad
gentlemen, and children.
OYSTERS Contineatal,

WESTERN STEAKS, CHOPS,
DRIPP9D COFFEE
Regular Meals. Trading Tieketk
We do not promise something for
nothing, but give you the best Miws.
possibk at a reasonable price.
Special suppes for parties mnr4 a am
short notice as possible. Egerytus food
in wason. Open early and el ms ,
.See tb leel e s a CAIP OWmem.
We try to d S Wt we Prmhel." s I


WANTS.. Miss


5 Cents Pe fim Hielt e
rach Insertion. but no advertise-
meat taken for les than 320 ents. Six
wods make a line; so fractional lines, d I c
.very word over each bts counting as
an additional line. CASH In advance
must accompany all orders for laser-


tikon In this Column.


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Frun RNT.
HOUSE FOR RENT. A. L. Vidal.
FOR RENT-Purnlbhed rooms. Ap-
ply 809 N. University street
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FOR RENT-Rooms fmnilshed ladi.
dividually or for Ilght bousekeep.
tal. Mrs. L. A. Thrasher. 201 E.
Main street N.
FOR SALL
rOR SALI.--B ack record arbn type-
writer ribbons for legal work at
The Sn office.
rOR SALE -Registered ts' ePs.
Prairie Stock and Poultry Farm.
SPhone 11,. ot 1S4.
FOR 8AIl. --lxty Janed Ptyaouth
Rocks. Write W. T. Joets. PFt
White. Pia R F. D. No. 2.


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