Title: Gainesville daily sun
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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 5, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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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: VID01165
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: 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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WERE WOUNDED

S' Dynamit am.et Pief
W w Wareemaes and Cen.
toa.]. po New W, Guard 2

Sly Ky.o h .a
S na m o s.a. 4.- ooy.
f c* su fds "ag wesped

go tree pea and pie
ohe vmg ta n alar a,
At baue s th e two lade.
ofeaers to the eity
other teubllthmmts sad
SMa" oat the Hopkluvllle and
'ge* m-m were woused and the
girls and pmllee heM pri-.
Wrs l r earlr ee hoboers.
S* .illeowlng billMge were doe

F 40. Wake, tobacco ware
bMUdlan ad oentento. Los,'
.305. Amertcan iff Osmpsay, I
n amteateol, l, o 000;
d. A erwood,
*T tas $7.OW;Kiag "ad Proo-
eeb o. Joatoa LIsles, oot-


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JANUARY t, 1908


OFFICIALS NOT SURORIMO.
Meaen, Dlin and Savannah Ral.
eaed May Be Involved.
Mauce, Ga., Jan. 4. -Tbre to I
strong possibility e the coa, Dub
lia am Svamns ramllred figrta
Pm..adly Ina te reverhlp *f
the SeMboaud Air UnMa 0 aweal Ma.
agr Wrtgt a" Freaight nAd Pamse
gor Agest It M have bees n Iw -
antea tr several .dae, ad tt Ia be
MeAe hIer that they ha some knowl-
is of a sttr ee divers for
SAir e" A isre blek
df the Massa, Debtia ad t vaamk
leek to obwed by th 1eaea, m"d
har tie rems It Is tlo ht that e*
tbrmaw td wil be IavoIlve with
th tter. 8 time during lst
year the Sueboaft Air Use Sala"d
partial, it not emoplet, costrot a
the MNoaa, Dlda man 6 Svaman1t-ead
th1 lsmtrutions e( Prestido W. A.
amnte to te I" teard oMe1als to0
vitst polate aiag the Mm D, ub.
Ih sa4 tavms eMartt out.
Ibe aws o( t e s apollotion tor re.
odverm Oer as Seaboar dM 2ot
am* say surprise to the offa1111t1
Ctf 6 Mace., DubU and Svauaah

Trouble Will Afftct Baltimie.
BIalJaere 'Md., Jan. 4.-4Te tf-
feet the melvership fet o t "Ba
board Air Use will be far.r- alalg
in Baltimore, where the eourit-ofirt
the company are more largely 'dealt
Is and held than aIn any other ted*
tag center, not even exceedag. New
York. The bond Issues placed O the
property nlace It hu been merled i-
to one system aggregate $33,766.000.


TEN CENTS A WEEK


UH EMlto iRr HARVIt JORDAN CALLS MUITING
IlL SMASHED "RIIKn -o Bb.1. HLACK HAND DOOMED.
Natlemar Emecutive Cemmittee of 6.
SC. A. Will 0nvemne In Dallas.
isat. Jan. 4.-ftsideat Harvie
bis MN's lesd lM a, 4o. u. -A&..S -.&& AI e Os Fet To Sta 0 9St Al


Spat h Cuim's F Ace


SAGAN'S FACE IS BLOODIED

Afer Leaving Chueki Men Cllneed.
Family ilieve Prinme do egan le
Trying to Mary Miss Anna Gould eof
New York.
9tia, Jan. 4.-Co-at obt do CA.e
Ulase, froW whom his wife, who was
Miss Anna Oould, of New York was
enoeUly divorced, *ad Prino Helloe
de oawgn, who oe sverma occalom0
w reported to be engaged to MUe.
0oGee, ad a peroeal meounter at
as oheaeb of St. Ptlere Ohbellet
while a ervio to the memory of *ie
idey Stale y Mraotos, a retatlveo
both men. who died lately nla g-'
kNA we la progress.
Aetinnlag Inside the oehreh, where
Oount Boat says the prieeo lnsultedl
both him and the sa r ed ilce. the
88oounter wae resumed at the door-.
way, were Cooat Boal. olk)owod -by
hie brother, Count Jeana d Ca&tollane*,
overtook the prince. Couu lion1 spat
In his oousia's face.
Then cale the clash of rntes, fnl-
lowed by a rouh and tumble fight:
eu the pavement, which eMdAd in the
gutter, where ohe moe were finally,
a af.l bhr- ai& b JMtor a mount I


GlaUiU. Jim eseq a uai wl o t je
the of the mstbw a exeutivecommit.
tee to beheldoat MuiAW Tea.. as
February 13,-mset.
The casual OCUOdvptl of the &asd.
Wtoo also will be be" at D&Ua&,Tom.,
Pebrua~ry It and 30. 'therwW srm-
nwM OMIaI m ~a t ths var*b* goalsal.


Sach OrgAulnati

ALL MOVEMENTS HERALDED


Em --- w6 -sW o PO n asiW, aP Iallu nlmwreuaO Will
'vialon of the assooatooat1 be aled I toIovir Me S"
to meet at their r epecvelate ap Appea* e grere w .
ftoe throughout the otton belt a paet immlrlgatHe Laws eIlog Up.
W aeeday, February a
te manual meeting of the state" d. A oll Iand lOth Italy.
viio0 sad natUioal eieutive OeSe New York, Jaa. 4.-A pisa, wrld-
mittes oa the date@ named will be fIr wide la Its eope, to ernub t 1
the parpose of etevatlag offloere for black aSd, nMafa *ad like emo ala
the enia g year and mapplag out Uone, has beeas eWited by uM nt
a program with reference to bheatlas Joeepk Petrodal. head of the Ita
and marketing the cotto ew s to1 branek of the local eteot6 bfa.
1t30 sad pressing orwMrd the wrA Per gi tnealu a etabUsMihe ir 4P
of the aoelattee. It tI elpated tat demos with be-ed the p*M Os-
the coming 04vantlio at ilMe will partalnts in iea and a w a"ItaM
be the largest and meat inbu-s t> elUe aan th~e Son tem wIFiem
In the lastory of the meoodSia ad woesee a briMd eor blshmalllr ha
.,000 delegates from the math will left the eeuatv tr Amediea. 3e Im
doubtless e preesat. estabillhd siIllar oT Ot hai Wti"
The Commercial Club at Dallas will the poll of eoaM, St. tel, Mb-
give active cooperation toward mak*, oapolls, Deaver, am Preacte ia
iag the convention a great sucess. New Orleans Ian may Me all eitWes
Prehdent JordOn will give out the ad in this itaer loMI pW ieoo
omeail program W the ooaventiola In expet to kep traek of sto mof
Ute near future, of mroups aMd ellques It this mii.
u I utenant Petrodliti is atio I6
FIRST LYINCHING OF N1W YEAR. the oranlattls of G s1tta6al b-
---. of li-aam-Almerlatae, Whlh pre*-S
Negre Was Taken Frem the Officer* to appeal to conrge to pest aM Ani
In Missialeppl. migration law to eaSp S more


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,,arap a uy a vg o e rr u. ,[ .Irmlkhave. Miss.. Jon. 4.-.-Pro- fill enaminalasltl
lo wiloh amount it It estimated t l J 4 -at te mamlaao gao l nate v n
The wn1ded persons are: Dr. ly ,000,00 is held here. eI at the momet o Iltrventiol, bly the flr I)uchrbg of 1101 coourred Si cly Iad oalth 1 ta,
; K Roberts, of Braevtile. was holding dows the well-aIlh tae. I when a mob I. nbrad aylisi "Many uanesrable iti0es1,
L ; J. 3. MoLean. Riusselivlle; J. I| Chief ERsutlve For Reeverm. Ile pr wIl Jetook a nemro away from polite olcors knows as brllsnds ln elly a4 A
o. eleoy, RufllllJe. Norfolk, Va., Jan. 4.--W. A. G s eyeqtaess, w as a entering to and .t him. ; e Italy are permitted to etWr
iatalt R. L. Druce, the chlef of rot, presMeet of the Seaboard Alr hIm o t Wv kekling. The nero, whoms nuae w anot ie." ljeateas t Petrelal eM -
oe, soon as he 'beard the Aaoe railway, which was ThUresay Ienl Tolsing Why He Spt. kjown, either to the police or tK* day. '1hey should be kept a.W
*-, Ihttened to the fire tower, placed In the hands of 6 Davies War- When tA o poee arrived, te butcher mob, was cused of killing a police tey reaoh America they are id
he attempted to found te field and R. Lancaster Williams as was boldla the two princlpa i t the Ian at Oakdeae. on Tueeday night. | ad made leaders by Ite L sdaM
bM t as overpowghted by tour reeolvers, ha been appointed chieff fight, who were covered wirti md. The neeo had bees arrested as a their kind, and o W e qIp
eahed riders. I executive offleer for the reeelwver," The priao was bloedlng proeusely iaect because be asm to irookha, at thelr od amne of urt r aN Ma
merhadts, J. R. McLean, pro' ad the first general! otless by the from a wou ino the right triple. voe looking for medical treatment for mall TMis ca osly be stamped ot
1at a rguoery store, &ad J. receivers was made public Isa tis where h had beeb hit by Coeat Soal's a gunsbot wound ia the ahdumon by driving as many of them pasO
MIelalr, proprietor of a dry- eity Friday. heavyy suok. The police nlaited the The men pot Uem sea) from the po,. lbl. eut. beosuse the average l4o
mstae, d1d not harry lte their .- two to the etatlon bouae, and tflt, lice by using a aw, which was ita Is afraid to tell 0of his pene
ta I 1t as the nl1ht rider ALLOWED TO TAKE OF TRAJNS. after some dispttig, they agreed to Woed over the negro's seek sa the of. tors."
Sipd abot. I ---- do. All three of them, bestttered Beors hurried him to Jail Te IM.l YOUTH PAYS D0ATH PENALTY.
Ie eat t emagieely Injured is Dr. Alabama Raillred Commsoelen Agree with me. sooompasali the police, anJi Iing of the ark o curred near the
M. aoertw, a guest at the; to Allow Reduction of Servle. tollow ed by sw aulsaLnd persons,' central part of towa. and ols to We Go LIght THis NaMe he Wll Not
bmase, wo was wounded about Motgomery, Ala Jam. 4.-T-b they ataebed o le statoa, where te qtuiok Isatherlifg of crowd.s a k by of .o Pel
0 iN4 a6 ta by a charge of rawiroed commission bhas areod to a e made "eplaaetiome.s t~rt to hann him wrs abiadoelg i Il ,tU Ky., Ja. 4.-" #-..
Dr. berts was shot as Hliteo redoction of t te loal pases- A "proeose veAle" bsline After te shootli a sity otl.isAl It e e Ni
ot tMes were leaving town. 'r tala sertvit on the hetbifr raIl- written oet, aterd.in to the Fresmc persuaded the mob Wot to drase t ra e s ye ,oe. i0 a bs' of "aor
eid t disturbance and thisk way, and after a meeting wired J. I. oode, tho tbrhe s signed It. anI body thbrouhii the srte,. ae ite a vd-insj ehtAe to bare his par.
(t thoe sAieMl had d eprted, B. Tompes. aseIstaat to Preldet lies were reois. 'Tl oe eow bere proclaimed a lantetia of dta g.
maot to as what hd happened. Hie Fley. at Attinta. as follows: wit go bedorethe tpublie prwoesetor. The h ab is mid to have been eow 'st meoeties was delayed sad r
| tefs t tei with tIh p of "The eommi sio, approv0s1 1hee 1t engaged to Anna e*stl. posnd metly of meon fro the vilatty. dred estrewely pldpal tr t these
s1 pa ag mob Md as started utic suameeted in your letter except The es said emphatically that of OCvale. I Best by reiso of a faire 0fme
ho do s w 0 to changes in Wilton and Reme ad he wa mat engaged to Madae GodulJ. After the lytncne a anerwo who aw m isam to work ad a mse tor
i l o So Mt S mob eame to Mroe braseb scheduled. before ap R*e sa be would willnly fight a the body m Id It was that of Coot Awut ,d of m l vea miIees, while e
00dM ahm t o dlreeties of 0ave prein changed w mlTed tor tis duel if there w-a besorable provoess mas aeseed of killiss a poleemanI ls D.a a oy Oeo dftvl molt.
a Wtthe the members are serve weaold want further laetruma tios, ledestally meatonaing his prom ta vienity Dee. 10. lag the ed SrIeson was e m111
'tl e I AUd thetr rea.-- tie. The sucest4d esoms it lescy a a eworedses. but, wader that.b et61e9Omitf- .. we on
R l .. .Ih do i

B ~ Mrid In W tm S Ke Atlanta are proved. provide trai low the law to take Its e O. -o staee
r em s tme oif te St peraoralIa this service oe sid d ot WhIle there hbd beed a eas trqaeg fe and dyner e e S eghte TO *rute ierr miTloes.
by So g 9mor that walt ea consections at Mr am maseait hoetwAe bhim ad c et 1ol. Atlanta rimee. Jameslis berbdy s WIh mell
a"1 t meoe. At thlo Nie or Atlata klger thes ase ho r. and e 8". be had m4 rees to antii fvasah fla Jai 4 The Se Mis ol s Pear agt l
0il0O p|psa it pIate llme Sl malatala witb reauble roeg- gate So atswek. vas a elorners of Orosee mad Osay '.,Stro wee a ely s em years
a moo*ll eMar l aiirN mo wae lalty their pebted hein" afair a r a prst e- o ve tee sbed by Mrte ol He e ao asbb with a
no 41han b" *net"d a14, I .Ioldt- "a *e t so as as w oft
mate at -ity sevewd w- ago. This provides that 21 and 22. be atle i FPartse as seinsa e4 ie as- AttWrmOy arte Swin that it li the im sami bypeo t.At W Mh aft
Trepw sa w w em a awad it Bo1P twon Srinlaghb m and Anniaate will toer"et ed high AefMty fmttesoflo ofj ppes e of e S overnmrett a tolake af his tf pie b be. ecer OWs
tase be taoe 0 Snday, that oe tralo a p rteas eomeoo sad espeelatly ste priesmere es Moses tobe *fed e has be il es Se
---- wea s omrsal.a ad Colum nli.o C t oeals prtaese e so aat wral prison at Atlanta o Jaasary I7 letIw & ib e ai i a
ae ?a, aeJa, Ja. 4.A Hop. M wib.. will e dieltined. t work M ep-bflesm sd a 4" ae t of the to rve a of r yearr fvP' e teir iad 1frhweIPel f his amad
ktragflt Ky.. eta Sy: Sate o be one by a otei of d0e govemreMS' cere o0r, ,, enotmay V fKrmwer Caepta 06e. b,,,e a4 t e u 1 hedan
r* Mrelar" Mett- Ayres bee left h1r 1 ersas asecoiodaod e a merlaily In. Prise1 Ho1de e S sa Is a *ara4es taM 'erter to defra4 A* ven rt m adt oalo s I
useeiwlA t nvy, to lavestelIte the erlasin the serviee. sad some other of M f aes d be als Otr years ami&s tfoa enie wit (tthe e rival ~ 4 NI. -.. .
at nt &r rMg aope tat place mieor A.mrA to be ade. ss t tk fadk tio nars r s4 eXnr- b,1r worf ef f' P tas ,ah A4*rit. mem"ie e oMlee" t Wed,
early I rWg-. Colied *yes --- lag whem bedre dareal ferit have Usder e -r t'w4s i f th4e ***emt, is ahtImer, d. V h e .-^*44 e -
m*se to u a a l here wh/ wlDV Serim pe.N Make d. bes t tow i tos a b ra"er of e was IV" r"4 e fit eay o slee aggOP14 of g ie Kai*e4s vim
"nt to as e as a a lve ., sa Ja.. 4 -The pone tci ss Daue de D A. bad bth flgWred esdo. to s*l ,0f ,,9,. Frt the pi priosew. 1es of b40 Metlae dtag.
eo e it r warr ew d raded a te ser e d*ly pe 1 e sebp t Prts. A beore ti -. '.s! a!o t peolte- ib* 0C *t wil wed m a
bten vlMrslle at ar. bIt (a rtUMwrad d a elM m Seee Ibsa l e6 yea-s abo ata aorty rta T m el 40 &
eanet I l s wae be tail membe of e tra c e of bey diwna Maste alrs bee dr ctsi T eAle S ,* .*ITy relvl a * Io*satl, e* o Som
fte "a- 4W mave it ber h1e0 g010esR ,orhasse's arty. T* th thetrial at as SMt V e (whj lby eeresimane The atorsaey at a. r M A 0111" ns111h 1V
r O OggrO. w w t P 9 weseelr, Ie ber* wt eSt sew of to prevem ot o oa AA. G alOserA, IU lS
4%0 .10 1P, $OOa naleft Set era a* wrom ertog*es gag eta ep pass, esw .. ut tpanamofe N k ae N Ov.sima, M$ qei
Cerems seeetes a psss Lpsb ase Isa Ma. t at Mr

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TOOK'L dWgu I j u H Savannah Market Ruled Quiet During
-n i Savannah, Ga., Jan. 4.-The market. IC.A,
Sfor Sea Island cotton was que. FeinACHIgG BLOOD DIS
4 40) $largely under the influence of the holl- is Is ft. early stages Catarrh is almost intolerable, t
days. Some little business was done *stogy in the nose, tht buzzing noiBs in the earsh
S U B meanwhile it previous quotations, and hawkit 4 spitting" difficult breathing, etc. Bu natt w the bk
ACHi CANT T THM UT for fancy and rather beom l lu ted from the catarrhal matter, the
,:-'R C A N 'Tfrhe ot er gr de ex t e dn to t oe bro ncm ial tubes, caa sin g hoars uen s and often an
e'. The top s -gra o tay bcomt strength, a* gradually all the mucous membranes ofe 1 od y ,C
810M" 0 Mein ad 4e1Ing scarcer and more diflcult to ob- eased ada* the stem upset and deranged. Frequentlyothe kblod t 1

.;,o ",3 T. vf MO i s "" -shows no Improvement. It Is now lunpg =th ee n -important members, and Catarrh ter
Ota%.to.0111dThem.W I t .... thought that the total amount of fan umpti..Cata rh s a deep-seated blood disease, and must e
i .aw man to re 'c ey available from this crop will lard- sttutloa f it is byond the reach of catarrhat a
I CY awexteeda0,000bale- The nr atlarr by emeasing the blood of all the impure catarrhal m~
,, white m of Arobot r expo d 10,00 bnext Thd sepce sometime bnli1ding up the entire system. It gop down
s*tIeadby Depet SrW eprati on "esttlriday to expected to disease at its bead, in the
%A Ut so"upona chr of li Pracicalyset the cropquest iont removeuever t.a of the imp.is
10 C .ounty __ --d otedalthough the trade as already pretty causing the trouble. Then as
t d s., t cosae ofmwa u i Me e well agreed on about 80,000 bales. blood circulates through te i ,o Wi
The following prices are based onflamed membranes commence to 9
Sit to IIouy Jude Tae onll prc are rvsed mucous dischar _grow k "MW A ro
actor quotation and are revid LY VEGETABL cese, and allthedagreleand


q S- "h eaa." s.sn. Gas. and s...... 170E18Sm
S1 1 1 t 1 Fy ruC ionsd ........... 29 30 no equal a tre for this disease. Itre an d
on la i*o ne, b1 the as" ftnet Gowr, .S, .... ..... 28 029 andepair the damage done by Catanh S h. book on1 t 4
of ..,P.MX y YL J. Madis..t. on, the 25 mediadve free.I C. THE SWIF 8, ., COe ATLANWA*

o' so mmmigtmare. but the reaD L0 65 th11le .o s .d20... 937 413 -- AH- o





0'raEe wineaft's.ando17.a.01o
Ses. 1 W ,.1 .th% thigs shot. Rs ptsn 1.sa o.. ......027 F IRE, ACCIDENT, BUROLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE,
1 do Iw"n,40.'ou(. le.d...fd-.OutHisB reac hsUian ILLI I V, f'(00 E. E. L ""
Sm W. H.ta, who te a popular ml r leton- 108. C, Jan7.4. o prompt Aeta ad glh u s
dono o*te t"oL 1400 removed of the pool sl wa teV tloUm of -Somes sn el~Md 1u0 8o..o zu r1907. g m.






sad the oaoegptiom bar mv rain his ankle ohuday nbtshe Remeipts, 185 bags. exports, 3 R9C ityLas. gAIiEsoil .
V O~~ha M o w ieM to iw hic p wrn to r es e. addd to Injury,wds the bgs; sles ................1 bags; stock, 382 1,19M m__ 1, t tAlit oou, e,3 n S8UoroM rnt lmd
e s e comfort poo l room from ..........the..row ..... 937 413



Wf9ihs feet agat a warm The ti nh at withis point lled withat por ................. 742 79 uy



*W a!1his new p1ace of :bode. rubblab, ntoer, ote:, owing to the 40c; extra one, 40c; of color, nominal.
S-Ga ed o o t W. M4,.bs Mrt.ithlw lll *istobouart Herl sso ......3107.24 FIRE, ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INNURANC.I,
e to J Mes,. ,however. real li his mis- ROMn 4 ANTILLES.- f prominent A IM ooa--
19'.M w eards ,ble t eoxlu p fhortunM e tohimu ir- nd tol
be aid for Coasequgntly p do h soon was embraced in the arms of Jama. l Estate a of los nd :.: AINESVILLE, FL



hd s lae the ihhtowr .r0tRelwptswna as; t by Mr. W. O'Reilly expogarty, 39who a
Se *ofiadi sn h en dw oam e Po threndsmet towadho a mt e r of the city council 3,198at Kings .
i i ea-Mts le a yelMlooforwbac pool mfro the Brow Hous. foA
dtft Is kk "W place of abode, rubbisb, lumber, tc.', owlng to the .40: erne, 40c; off color, nominal.







u, rise tadt the defe ount, Madisondu, he was i r his usual gool mood, follows: "One bottle of Chamber-
S a h eon t he altho h ankle pained hi aret as Cogh Rmdy had good ect w prepared to handle Meat large quanti
t th e l who fortune, took while e was talinreoncoutiforthFARMRatnwplantlocatdonth a and to




S at.o years of age In April to his r he noticed his ble and I think I should have been Oar Riload, foot of S. Arredondo St. jus t West of
i ot. Matby ipng tser-so were gone, and so tar he hams mre quickly rled had onofFlorda,and hasnowpen
Mm90mlosett of now. Wheh Mr. Herteel waawaked by Nr. W.o0ORellly rprty.wo t A p. o C
t a e to. t bne of hien ble to regain them. toen- inued the remedy. That it was bena
ht ayeMd aeaopteoa ot thle ato e e contained hist gold wath aorn.d tonal and ic in relieving me there -
Sed H h yellowek o- le oe kn his usual goe kmood follows: "Oner bottle. of Chamber.
Sta t t ead dpropert of th adis antouh other thin ine. d him airt all d Riemedy had t. d eee And is now prepared to handle Meats in arge qans i-






v 8s papers appearing tobet regular, have been so kind as to ahisapprolrl An impressive Gift,
SMae was appoted guardian t all his belong. but feh was talking The raghthatn f hnd m ron- tie for the FARMR at new plant located on the ea
the efenant who wa whoevprer to i. ty nd should at least hiral d t fhink houd hav been r Railroad, footof Arredondo St., just West of
Sts twnd t day. is still e him e breohes. farheamor quickly relieved It I bad con. Raf aboard deoSt.,of
StIn o lthis castv e to will bn. e of joy You need no tnued the remedy. That It wl ne-u Are Assuep red





Sw uleUble interel. t fretfu l and have that bad taste ih and f le aland quick rehllev ati f me there
S? plRa esd tochat i erdn be hino t betwen 16 anid of 0 In money, Is no doubt and It Is my Intention to o......r. ,... .
theotS to t e eher n. oft Uo valeabl, Aouket knife.ytes &,.# which obtain another bottle." For Ie auby ofll.refge.
.4 propTi of ths "I er certify that all d all dngglrugst
















b ...'I e. slS.. ..b are uthuria d t" refusId you.r so re lo fdO IA
iWife Nad child. 1 A % J^ --- "







-y M evern. starter! >te l don' t kow who o yul r .uh r cold. It stop th cough.
Paer appern tobbe reoflar. havei .en knd. t ml.s hpr ls the an Impresnlve Gift s. if uab Ar0 d In Aur d,, L I
41~ NAM W s ppolnted huardlan t *ll hi s belonghln,. but f M* d defldnlmt. who wads so ever lty should at l iean havrefloralt fuet for tha ret of Mr.ppe
















a6" at andtheeson a few days fer1* N v l (oghs a'(d events pforteoketofM andr.
111 1111 1 d to romes s tilI l |e hit halt him "brheche." K dwardIn Ralny, thC o funeral of e
..., 1 ,1 i mei I -. .( -r o o u r t w h o m a h d 'r h ur m .v n~ r n l n g l j I : n m pny (. h a t , K <, plw h.ohe, H f H P o l i c y .C o, eem r |i g















O WWr a loetom tive after a a0d mat th.'h fear a' N't er ou ia The genuti is io a yellow pkage.
s ad givem. wa, and who The Jy by Mr. J. ubtItutesh. tJ. silver w,-d o Whrtt WithLiblerality ol Polcy lonract Dd the Compaay
Sto his v e i n thi Judcity* W Suffer !tem Rhematism? C . *
.l f 0 4 i .,--- ,. -- ap ..... t.red health. di glt of hA m / ,c urr d th(( nlght I r -
Sto ear that he is nearly or you know that heu .ma painve hbuh. lu % at trlhu Tr, t Cut.ful
&l "'S1-- bh tr on e o0 "Oo y You t oeed no be blue. at d hilhly atpreMiated by the family
go, ". 0 as fretful e a havethat bad tartsIn of the d''ehood. Aho are comlisratlveI-
W-&'. < p w l IP, e inl i. ....... b, ,r yab. f... o, _eido r,..ub l trinsTrb e. Th action of Mri.g

S,'. __ M f ..... A-L,,-- .hat @ h ~o ae U e nIrrOine d i ivr ay y"r.an


4" O A N at N Oft he a no" d aI"sepmN lbi#..and that vrtjajily of hts wree fo~ tu"ddead In bed WI%~
~ ~dh at~'awath Bret msasaIret 901dft10 Mon#D)OOC k'ted 01fthertr",m rts late Thnse~a~p nigt. p
ama mde th engie to a a Ieith rhoumatlsan t ii alby all f IveTh e a wja'OaMM of the bodiesit
Iima fuse s ddenly blow oat. saldm dugssis b''10 eee194 1cWDOWattBkrhied big wifet.OWOE
fat 60 hs ofut tO O MW buato W e14 L OSovtete &RM
demb. s hu to "V tboSeet *hoe Rtoste heechkpse. fhhe *a ta,14 h% 'bate e rsety rnm
MM Ltbe.'actsom 49 b. s hlmfeftrislt R43est Jaun 4 --A strtte assist h~vuy tlk d NtACS"" USONTUE R 5

e la '. 1: ., 10 1Every Maebn.
pro,' altholmh hot beesu~rrm- d. a ~.PAW ) ONTXLW toisgualmsateed wsbin
reel dval csesyca tebg la.Bed


*.' *Z~C ~ ~ ~ WK~Sag r retu lnimetft4114"oil days MITI' Loikaicat R.iuri51 The
sweesw fts 1-ANK.or omw oney Af camina speed Wrlotur o ~.w01.l
V" the Uuysh'fol~e s nvo 510..I
%wiolaavem o*roftrom fr-wa atnaMILSARMT oIC b w na" lah o tu (t
owao.obw% s v moa ut. W0 #%%wt EI ;t%"qr ,-,4
n~ hil teyi~ afol hesuat I m. Val" to"r Id.' t
hath vet~t ItSecret! OW WWC.fl .s &1: %*
pow Thebo wo w" smmmj-tbo othe N. AW-0 S
pUII macvtog do Isd I cssulavj Cao,,w Simi .k
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I:MEET HERE

"as i Educators Will
9 MSd inOaine.vi.


WERE WELL PLEASED


1 the season In St. Petersburg,
mlaimlng That It Was One of the
l klstMuctlve and Meet Interest.
., Ever Hold-Social Finctions.
elr the "Convention City" as
as th University City, continues
Ser own.,
the efforts and energy of
Wodd. President of the
of o tiLd. Captala Geo. M.
Jasper Normal Institute. Prof.
J. Kol and Dr. P. W. Corr, who
t lry prominent and native at the
of the State Teachers' Asso-
Jut closed i St. Petersburg.
It voted to hold the next annual
of the teeahers In Gaineaville.
of Galnesville are under
as to these gentlemen for
bgmWful Influence In the mat-
y having defeated an invitation
te good people 4 DeLand to
with them next year.
J. G. Kellum. who has Just re-
hr.. the meeting, reports a de-
0 I thhae. He states that the good
le of.St. Petersburg extended
ogurthey possible, arranging
ao .soeolal ftnetiona for the teach-
among which were banquets, re-
ex ursions on the bay. etc.
"it. fPtesburg le a beautiful little
," paid be, "and the people were
'elover to Ua that we can never for-
et them. They left no stone unturned
give a- the best time possible, and
Shad it."
Prof. Kellam, as a matter of course,
i delitode that the meeting will bte
eld here next year, as also the others"
ho worked for Gainesville. Prof.
ellm states that those mentioned
tIot favor, are entitled to the
Is of Gainesville for their loy.
for this city In this direction.
The following officers were elected
Sthe enauin year:
Dr. W. H. Russell of Starke. ires-i.
t; Miss Hattie Carpenter of MiN.
1, vl4iseldent; J. G. Kellum of
lhabdine, secretary; M. P. Geiger
Key Westi treasurer. On the

4 Peasaoola Dr. Edwin Conradi of
.L Petersburg J. H. Workman of
4ala, and Miss Ida Farland of Jasper.
vw elected as new members. Prof.
i 4.. lWak of Quincy, already a
beamhbr f the conwuittpg, was se*
elected aa chairman.

How to Avoid Pneumonia.
YoT ena avoid pneumonia and other
maieMa result from a cold by taking
Mie u omesy and Tar. It stops the
'o -a"d expels the cold from the
an- ga'It is mUdly laxative. Re-
-any b t the genuine li the yellow
J oW. ooUam & Co.


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KinMetic Enery

Kinetic b a good word. ft
m awpowerwto mike things
go." At be;; account.a
rock an 41 11 of ahi* .
& bwdel of U,
SCOTT'S EMULSION al
contain "Ukitik energy,"
so the professor tells.us.
Power b sred up in


Scoff's Emiulsin
T1l% ee M hoose In the
m of he oiu th a
M M u Ilrk n to

pewerfu fl h*producer.
AlM ghUs. as.iniSLad


MELON GROWERS' MEETIhft

interesting Meeting Held Saturdaq, at
Which Ofltoers Were Elected.
The annual meeting of the Galoen-
vllle Melon Growers' Association was
held Saturday afternoon, and was
largely attended.
The following officers were elected
at this meeting: 0
Chas. A. Colclotugh, pr.hlident; J. D.
Strntgfellow, vice-president: F. D.
Warner, secretary and treasurer.
These officers were all reflected, hav-
ing served faithfully amwi ettictiently
during the past year.
A great deal of Inter".< was mani-
fested In this meeting. :it which the
general condition of a~fft:rs whio't f-
fected the truckers aninl iilon growers
was discussed. It %as ascertained,
lr comparison, that albiut sit un-
dred acres would be I.lanted the com-.
ilg season. against i a!it rea;;e of
about seven hundred l;t '( yar.

THE BOARD OF CONTROL.

Regular Meeting Will be Held in This
City Some Time During tInday.
The regular nonthllv meeting of the
Board of Control will I', held at the
Brown House some tint. during Mon-
day. Secretary KeIlimi im already
here, and nenlahers of the board are
expected today and tomorrow,
This will be a regular meeting of the
board, and nothtiig of unusual Inter-
est is antcipatId nt this meeting, the
regular routine, h.ilig thei only thing
on the plrograin

Will Start New Reeert.
Gainenville iS tI halve a new resort
It is eald. in th' ialiure of a bowling
alley, pool aud till.ard room.
It has been ainounired about the
streets that .lJuh I. ('twa.er, a young
man well kow,, In and about the city,
will soon tart at frt-class bowling
alley and Kn)Il and billiard hall In taie
store recently aratetd by the A. R.
Harper Plauno t'olpany. Ths will
prove an admirable' place for such a
resort. and the, venture will, no doubt
prove an .njoyvable' and popular attrac-
tion for the sporting element of the
city.


New Grocery Seors.
Feellg that the Increased proper
ity of that action demanded it. Roth
& Webster haWe decided to opem a
grocery store lu North GalaeevllHe at
an early date The store wl be mder
the manuaement of H. C. Roth. who
will me that the place is am p4 ate
sad modern establtshment of the kind
to every way
North Galnesvtlle. like the rest of
this sectio., is growlag. and there ap-
pears to be room for ~w j terpriasm
on every hand
Card of TUMnka.
MissU le I* oAde. who was elected
QueSf of th 'Carmlval by a handsome
majorityy. and who was premted w"tt
a handmme go walth. edoo-
throegh Tbw Hum to srs her ea -
ese thak and i to all
her frmnd.. and eelIay to Capt H.
E. BIteso who we ao seatve and
Imeeoen l in her bNe .
The wateb Is a iy hadeame one.
aad Misa Goode aealiy fwis very
prmd of thW *ai.

ga" Btemme Troee Cmed.
Havingta n "t 1 Wr the pa two
yaOs with a bad slmach ge1mAe. a
lad spae m* e s de e of Cammbur
ikb's IStosh Md ULver Tabto.
Thy did M a mee am d tMal
IFwiS ta haif thm a -I e m d
tweo but IN&L aM Teda I s o V

u0e~r. M ab e tab i ltbmwe O ;
I a fo 61mU ft


AT THE CHURCHES TODAY.

Liet of Varlious Places of Worjipe
Where Those Desiring May Attend.
Services will be held at the churches
thUs Sabbath as follows:
First 'Presbyterian Chu'rch. Rev.
Those. P. Hay-Preaching at 10:30 a.
m* subject "The Old. Oil Story."
Smiday schooll at 3 p. ni. Preaching
at 7 p. m.; subject. "Joining the
Church."
First Baptist Church, l,.\. S. B.
Rogers-Sunday school at : ;::0 a. m.
Preaching at 10:30 a. m.: subject. "KA
Motto for the New Year." Il Y. P. U.
Juniors at 3 o'clock, Senior. at 6:15
p. m. Preaching at 7:15. subject.
"How to Forgive Sins."
Advent Christian Church. Elder
James Lee-Sunday school at 10 a.
m. Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7 p.
m. Subject for the evening. "The
Devil." The pastor, who has teen ab-
seat In Georgia durliar the holiday,
bia returned, and will 1111i the pulpit
both morning and evening.
First Methodist Church. iev. T. J.
Nixon-Sunday school at 9:01) a. in.
Preaching at 10:45 a. m.; the holy
communion at this service. Orange
Blossoms at 2 p. m. Senior League
at 3 p. m. Evening service at 7
oclock; subject, "The Secret of Suc-
cess." The choir will sing an anthem
both morning and evening. Tihe pas-
tor urges all members to lei present
on this first Sabbath of the new year.
At St. Patrick's Catholic church.
Rev. P. J. Lynch. there will be mass
at 10 o'clock a. in.. and devotion of
the Holy Rosary and lieuedletion of
Sacrament at 4 p. m.
The usual services will be' held at
Holy Trinity Episcopal church and the
Christian church.

slow to Avoid Apperdicitis.
Most victims of appendicitis are
those who are habitually cnutllpated.
Orino lAxative Fruit Syrlp r(t ur'
chronic constipation by stimulating
the liver and bowels and restore the
natural action of the bowels. Orino
laxative Fruit Syrup does not naun
seate or gripe and Is mild and pleasant
to take. Refuse substitutes. J. W.
McCollum & Co.


Sbabanutof Cuidtieuof


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At the Cloie of business Dec. 31, 1907:
i i
Condensed from Report to the State
Comptroller Dec. 31, 1907.


RESOURCES.
Loans and dimceunts....
Due from bank and b'nk're
Real esate .......... .

Overdrafts ............
Cash In vaults.......


41",311LOI
I 37549A
20 7.0
WAU1


Total ................ $311.17


LIABILITIES.


Cap ial ..... . . ..... .
UndlvIded profta ....


Total i .


5*7W0*


L D Twumer. easier of The Dut.
teos tak. do slemily swear hat the
aore staamest is treMe to the best of
my ktno*blde sad beef. -
I. D. TURNMa. Cashler.
eribedr sad seer t befMore me
thisDe I 31. n1W. H.P. ROWWSON.
NeKty Pabi,.
Correet-Attest H. r OOTTOW. J
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UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY


'. S.-Bluiness is growing very satis-
factorily in ll other ways.


"'AS YOUR~ FELLOWS SEE IT"

If you ljillg% a a IIII i tilt, ilotlatuhe wfeat-e4s nine nus
of 1.11it'ltiltII l teat 1141 usly ,iti~ '-wliat thwn Aloums jewelrYIsn't
at man who wtarm deheap qi jary. as surely "Ilabeoledhep"m
ift i %in' t elwort. written cmlaitNo hirt front Iiilk tters of erluamo?
Tlhe ii muchof n-1'il1kn t ~w UaI tlo~t in gel iby good jewltlry-'g old
*wOtq'h, a riliig, i14311111 or 4 lianiod-in ,manl~atikhki sanId I
Owmate n'aso khy Oitttl j'ui-Ai'y only slioulti be worn. We keep
onily tilt, kci,'''dkitid till yth yuA~ll] indauur jarlivo oelfa II4WJIA*
profit kind. 1D1AMOND) 111Nt s$ frwai s$1tilt.


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DEATH OF ROBT. PATTERSON.

Well-Known Young Man Passed Away
at Home of His Parents Friday.


l're'inids of liolw'rt iPattc'rson regret
td %r1\ mniuch Ratrdlaity to learn of
his denthi, wlhlch oi'harredl at the,
home of his parents. Mr iind Mrs. .1.
II. 'iatttirso)n. North (Galal'villhe. asout
SIo'clock Friday night
lice't''q'sed was thirty-thrce yearn of
ago,. aild a native' of Ohio lie cainm
hereI' ith his parents sone time tao.,
aiiud Imaidl' llany fMiends. lie badl
ht,'ii In ill health for some tllne, and.
while not uinexpwted, his death cain,,
an a blow to all who knew himn.
The funeral will Ii held front the
renldenc. at I o'clock this afternoon,
Itev. T. J. Nixon offielating. Theis re
aiiue will b' shli|ped to the former
hluine of the deceased, (Irewnfld, Ohio,
accotlinaliled by the father.
l)kre.'aaml Is niirvived by his parents,
Sho reside her.', and a loving wife
and little .mmn In Oreenfleld. to whom
the' sn|lathv of frieatds Is etandd.,

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Safe
Medlcihe for Children.
it buying a rough medicine for rhil.
dr'i. never be afraid to buy Cham5 er
laln's Cough Remedy There Is no
danger from It. and relief is always
sure to follow. It la Intended sap
really for coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough, sad there la no better
medlc ie In the world for these diJ
oeaes. It Is aot oly a certain cre for
eroup, but, whe given as loon as the
eroup cough appears, will prevent the
attack. WhoopaingOaW1h ia not danger.
ous whom thisMedsI Is gives as d41
reeted. It coutala aso opium or other
harmful drugs. sad may be gives as
conidently to a baby as to as adult
for sale by all druggsto.

Land Offl* Imnr"eementa.


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The improvements at doi United
st land odke. whIbch ha*ve e
der way lor the pat few weeks,
Sabout eoapleted Amam the moet
ptrtaut uf theI Is a eemat Boor
the rear otdtc wahirh will pruve of
"at advaslta p. 1
t lamter ohubb and tReelver War ir
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huld ycMur baW euler WhIN&he
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gratst km.'. Wr r we4 wsaOW
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sob" *a&pm' hblee ho. MeaJ
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Netiee. SIefImeti
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, aW vQtoT* mim. vtuaible cording to a dispatch from the Windy JOY OF
to the Senate of the Unl C~t, 4 it h ft been hocked by a 0CA -M r
tate. rest from a New York man that It
h we were Jackson, Johnsn, Har. supply him with a wife. By the way,
.'.'or em p~g l5a smd Caroack. from Teunnsee; seems It that Widow's Club's
|tl mad Foote, from Mlsulhilppi; press aent, must be working over-
**.**..... 3*'* m and iBustl, from Looislana; time of late.*,
3 1A l from Texas; Yancey, Morgan
Sa tt, from' Alabama; McDue, A Milwaukee Jeweler, who cart d
'neWbe" Gordon and Hill. from Geor burglar Insurane only on hisa. .?,
; Sa; Cau, B ntom, Hendricks, Voor. wooderp why the cracksiaen failed
bes sand Vest, from Misourl; Sher- to make a good job of his place. The
Sa asm M Therman, from Ohio; Doolt, ,tore wat "cleaned out." the safe re-
tse f=roU WhiolsI; DeWitt, Clnlton, fused to be opened and now the Jeweler Tr
thm Pslmowre and Cookllns from New cannot collect on his policy!
STork; Bard, from Delaare;M d. a
SOWad fam Vermlt; 81w, from Chica reports the capture of a ha-
mess shae fte p"A. geh &Mea Earne; Yale* moros bmaeesteerwr who sold a g
treleseli V.Z" owg (OMs o<) a privlewe A11sM in L.ake Michigan
sheeque made s a >10,04 for&, o wsa* a I ttor $29.' M nt have ben the same
Sof 'whom debate ar ma WW ad the rolklyn Bridge
atttioni ad Aan. Tot- ito pRd4eries foroigher for $1,00.
itwowa Yoe e 3D1^ 0i0 n ig54 g th
*- mi . .. d ," ---"-m-
smalMiNbe eAericad o stemo eats any be mtiluc-hmI
Boaraw w uwir wt ll llIN iat, d eMO A woan kalt agor a a S ar-
g eV IMg sa I llia 16**'"4 I 'a At aep M-portraed thomr-ow** -e
B10he 1ft10 aI m '1 081*1SrtYiON*t" Motih* Ote p r a rt i tres to st ow P A.
.e"L.. A D S e et o Wi s m tio -
4 etheis Ismoweded Intec bmew s corme
est tAia Gria M 0 l a r d ill th a bargiar td r mia
iv a wb OF aAtn Stew mf in teas "sto her assist. jU
ias& t mwa Mew h. e Iove re, to his aeltan.e."
M. SMs a- mtir ,talm ed, i n be g SSofw eta le w st's At"Wer i 2 1 uS SIS ~ ha'ss Amlesr shm to h .a ben m uch
trii eamir ueereap th ,iayet sti sl G S Sit fMorts phOeasbl than the Imporatome-
|. lllll .. Obae to timeh o th'm com mo, ut-a nd a .
m h i A" fori te lt t i patt to hi e iretek debtlese payse Itt*er
e em t gar asemtos t ey Ma. _ royal br._
1 1 eee ee Wl oP e THsR BO 30BDAN.
N' -S to mwkeini weo A SPLwBNDtID NOWINa Ton per eot more storpatronae b T
; ast ,t a thie ehisy le ow l atoaeed fby new*.
SW *alt of Iteaea. At lat AaItS a Oo wer a M of W paper aderdeag ta wa true a
s is tale 11aMeysa Tilr am ero telataan of t *yearWaT hs. Thimatan a slaresOf of -A N
i wBg 1uSt" tn amal *am" i valme a tbea per set tI the "Ibopplg wI& T Tr
o ethe foewhad stoe t' "r teNytat of javelle m.i it the people. lIS
"""-as maei oawAiothan 1 eThed AUgthe ooaat.i
M $do 1 tu a to a1he p e of t4.- It s i6er11e1 1a obe satal WosM esaget that the anadian com. POtER Bl OCK
W of ba doabe lostr d*s tmport V a P t101"'01 l0o11 aelb si tMt h as ben o a hnet for a
S iiC ANhor ttle. I-las (r atda "bedN s tdto sa the doialslo, and r.
S* lft saasey hope that er r l e r ort that and any. might have L an
Sm imo s prophea of aeelf the aro& e t to a better oik th it "amd oi e the line. mane,
i4 yt It sems to ua ar Nom te P 1. '
*svi a m a sry h rtatmnta eo or the porti t m port to w Iot now delope that eagles' ne-t
a VOW -f to ako4 aat we w ex* w WoW to up W~caW g at ut w e&a" hard to capture but are
g elll that hae fremh e lh tm o't to Thewo cO t A Itaeota serlo ot fraternal ESTA
S OO. stitt*oa lw: riea hat enst been attached for
I Atr aw. are aware Mr. Bryha Thn tothl osrbi r of arrest of prw. SP W E
M astb to toWhadow ao iNveutS to the Yoar w IOe a I
I striigo m aOf thse.; 141 were put ua prtobs Taretepincthie records i m of the navy
w0 ema- as o great speoA as ti 0al;t G&woaed. Darting o do fot e 0ow that the battle.|
ato itm09 vS "ad vesitb iqwtueae year 188 we diea lflso from prom ship's low board affect straight p I
d ftf w aNgeail t&potse o far aM 0non, a5d h*ee boys ad girle Ghoobas.
we oweto of h00 ow" acomme. who woe reformed would prob*-
Sa d if he ae made ay ae bly had th yme to the tock ve orthe To e ad. In the paplerm to
eth er perated. orf the I ha nlaen but tor the prolnd ow always b o t bigge t orne-but i f
Sad aet tat very goemal itln oler's good work.ai bids shoult ae out of ten Idt
Sthe pastddWSoartmlag and awstotmat ifn aee-- t S a C sa
'*t o as we are aware hoe ba 10 youthful orilass placed on pro. b*e WANTOED.
SMi ftr ta sor profotad latrt att e s138 of that number tdsmissaed At the neot a meetna of the e
S al e or P seriodiate of tho tal huUber placed o rotation who m. w wT ri tooeted r E GAINI
0at@o a stto for aay of failed to rsepoed to the reformatl hire .of oM tu R lor manl ~a. AD
h cr OUSUS p U11m 1at 1a0v Co9 S nOUenne"a od moral *wasson. tbdrd eshoube oamed and addressed ILIIIIllU Aill
i i Ml I or thi asot deeaoe. Whomay estimate other total, n dol. to 8. H. Wis. Coity Clark. ad
SW* at th hUd of Jowa'as. j and b eets thrus n to the h a g agt be ln hd by Jan. I. 10. Any

m dd s.,t i O.trabute. fro, the s eclade of ither e 11 paote.- de itt re*ct r
amfterab~eout t.o e oe his law1bre1deper It Is amply thest- a dnde la reserved.

gsuie estaobl. Jb e lm fPIiR. IA A L

Sitv tert tt I estele. bad beea thrpere at o thee 'baan3 or I
ir.@ AM dM thrttala bat the ste have Bthem ore io a verl "

TA m MA- tMage of this eon to vmesh ed a emoaept of law and Ha TER PINE
Iti h tfttr 1- y Mtto attea- at teas oI per e pat of thepe III eSU sfrei BAVANNAH, C0

S. b* Agaster say State ever evolve later Into throate Jaulbl-r-s?
w sI tha Mr. Dry. Let the g*od people of Ataata sad 'me* ASSH IGT
I hget bge astreeL for Ocorgsa poader well these acts, with 'Pm SD-to ADELPE
^*^'**N fllaos Me ha d So senate toward puttiM **g r their ADEP
K9 prMaa ha nbees rlteeted la nteo wldespread applamnema.
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of eher.wn hb shad e'tion~t sail 1w be cured by the as* of Hall's catsnh I-
pr s awr sy tmn the proud T-Pam IPr. RANK J. C(IIKNY.
eBoom Sitate Sworn to befoetat snd sub~ewle
K strky bad lay.to yt of o-M modern P
Iwhessfuwm. r 4eti'Irual silb that t($ad.) No%"t Public e441, coUia
of the 110l,11011alls fCaItaith Curv to takes i ster. w I.~q A
"Clay was s roww uagv san kiboalb ly, sad act* dIrectly ~as the blod sad
MOWted the sabtaiataltt OW s" woof t~ Ssyte om o,,4is 60 ware. 4w am"S,.ham* O
abmeapird twraIs the Sesat.of the lorw Nmuni~~s ft"e. .M'mS c For I0. IP i afull b~go"SW
aidtedSlaws, esbu be had already &%* F. JCMINET a CO. T010ed10m. @blood. of *fit*
a asthmal Npalmhm by the part he Sold by alt ul &Git.4s,'c At. C. PoYIA"j. J.,
Platd as a ammber ofOwLwt4the w*lna U b ae W' uIsVmity Minsfu oasUJa
OWd a member ofthe c"ssUtutimwloaw.


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-'% Manatee elected its city officials last

An acre la being set out in seedless
grapefruit at West lona.

DeLand is to have a "home-coming"
week, February 16th to 22nd.

SClermont growers are now shipping
eo lants, peppers and tomatoes.

The Wasohula truckers are prepare.
S-y to pu In a larger spring crop
SIAmn ever the coming season.

New Smyrna thinks that an oyster
OmWN factory will be a valuable aso
lRttIon and is worker, to that end.

The bond election which was to
bave been held to St. Petersburs on
*. te 1st alt., was deferred until the
4t* of Pebruary.

S ,.. Albert W GiUchrist, candidate
for Governor, has had some very ar-
u' ttle postearts prtetod In the.nterest
do his candidacy.

Rev. W. H. Carter, D. D., rector of
t. Johns paribh. Tallahassee, since
80, died at the rectory In the State
early Sunday morning, aged

O=elas of the Atlantic Coast Line
Jaeksoamvlle state that every
le apartment on the New York
loida Special, which leaves New
Iork MNoday on its Initial tri, has
been engaged since last Friday.

The bucket shops of PensaeoU have
felt the eloects of the closing of such
places In Alabama. Business from
neary Alabama iths and towns came
to Penacola which almost doubled
the bunlae heretofore done In that

bIthl atlona has been received from
'4tter Creek that the large saw and
lining mll of the Otter Creek Lum-
bhr Company ho closed down for an
todeAbite period. It is one of the
amgest plants In that section, and han
"re employment to many hands.


Judge John 8. Maxwell Is determin-
ed to break up the pistol-toting habit
ft Duval county, and person convicted
ai the criminal court of carrying con-
eeased weapons may expebt to con.
trttoe $100 each to the county fund
_g spend three months In tbh. *onvict

The Kentucky Military institute
krem Bashaws, Ky., are en route to Eau
aCtlli, the school's winter home on
the picturesque banks of the Indian
rtwer. There are several hundred
cadets and a half-dosen teachers in
. the party. They are traveling in a
pritvte trat.

William H. Bingham of Tampa, the
pepalar clerk of Lewallen & Com-
ay's store, will receive $1(80,00 In
0hm tram the estate of an uncsle who
--se y died at Beltst, Ireland. He
h -s already donated $1,000 to the


UMFOTING WORDS

q Tieda Ism bSiL d Will


Tr have the -Bs oad aebs of a1,
U b remndk ; to be mtrely tre
low 0i I-age e1 arnary di.
4M ism ton mwel orI-
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clerks' union In Taniml and the rest
will be invested In Tampa real estate.

The Martha Reid Chapter. U. D. C.,
of Jacksonville. bas decided to offer
an annual praise of $1 in gold to the
pupils of the first five grades In the
public schools of Duval county 'ho
shall the best draw a Confederate
flag In colored crayon. The prise
winners will be announced each year
at the Confederate ball.


The grand Jury of Hillsboro county, 3 bn-ee m
which was called together by Judge *
J. B. Wall to investigate the killing *&np is".SuIn -
of the negro. Charles Strog., by Dep-. g~ g guL iu RI MM *
uty Sheriff W. C. Deas co Christmas' ,
day, had the case under oo action COLORE PI COPAL iCHOOL
all of Monday and unti 11 o'clock COPAL OOL.
Tuesday, when a presenatment was e v.. .g .i A..
brought Into court. Indicting Deas for Rw. Speit and His A stants isve
murder In the ffrst degree. Deno Seed Work During Pt YeaP
The school of St. Augustine's Wpsco-
THE NEWS FROM MELROSE. Pa MisioI in this city closed the
----- fist term of Its school year with the
Melrose, Jan. 4.-The old year was Christmas holidays.
brought to a very pleasant cloee by a This has been one of the most Im-
delightful al fresco luncheon given by portant and successful sessions the
Baroness von Luttlehpaa ad Mrs. 4.' school ha ever enjoyed.
B. Drew, In honor dt their guet,. Misa With the careful and Judicial man.
Jean Harwell of Jacksonville. agement of Rev. J. Spelght, the prinel-
A large party from Melrose were pal, and the, good. effectivework of
carried over by Mr. Hamlyn In hims hs assistant teachers, the school has
motor launch, and found a number of well sustained the past reputation It
other guests already assembled to re- has Justly merited by accomplihabing
ceive %hem. After an enjoyable half food work, and has surpased all
hour. passed by Inspecting the many previous records, with an enrollment
curious and rare trees and shrubs it of one hundred and eighty pupils dur-
the grounds, among which the Japan- lng the term, among whom are chil.
ese paper plants and camellias In full dree who come from the rural dis-
bloom were much admired, the call to triets. and are boarding in the city4
lunch was sounded and all mat down to get the beaeft of the school.
to a most bountiful repast, spread un- In addition to the proper Instruction
der the famous oak tree oveflooklng in the school text-book. the children
the shores of Lake s a e Later are receiving wholesome moral and
on "e guests were As= ilv enter Christian trah ing.
taned,.by the sinlain of a colored At the services on Monday before
quartette, followed by a U little Im- Christmas, the children made a credit'
prompt dance. All agreed that It was able advent offering for diocesan misa
a most enjoyable occasion, sale, and during the holidays the
Geo. Birt of New York City. a for- school gave a pleasant entertainment.
mer resident here, was In town for a Christmas tree and cantata at John-
few days, visiting his brother, T. A. son's hall, where they rledered a pro
Birt. His many friends were pleased gram which rejected much credit
to see him looking so well. upon themselves and their teachers.
Miss Mary Mosely has returned to The school wSl open to begin work
her brother's houseN o Bellamy road. Monday.
Mrs. W. Roberts and children of
Tampa. and Mrs. M. lacove of Pa-' OONP"ES L R ENTRi8S.
latks, are visiting In town. er en e COwplet.-1.
The many friends of Miss Lena 000, Pol Assets On books.
Jackson will be pleased to learn that San Franeisco, Cal.. Jan. 4.-Aa.
the operation was entirely suooessaul, her mesatonai chapter was a4ded
and she hopes to return to Melrose t te Caliternla &tfe Deposlt lad4
sometime next week. Trus Company aseadal weho H. L.
At the meeting of the Ladles' Ut. Se n, o a # b&ookheeapes of the
erary and Debating Society, Mrs. 3J.eaoemo, eroke dowM ader a morel-
B. Curtis read an Interesting paper on *am ereesm.ea nastle and confessed
Longfellow that e itlise oertS Is the books
Among those who entertained were in his handwrttlg and b,, beesH
friends during the week were Dr. nd mae sader orders fa J. Dalsell
Mrs. Paxtn,. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Brws, the ItprtiseM manser of tbe
Hamlyn, Mr. and Mrs. H. von Noosky bank, aa4 J. D. 0ebortme, the fhgl
and Mirs. A. 0. Treadwell. tive asedtat weretary.
S* The confessIon made by itrmrre was
..LiquorRecod$OPe. ie completee in every report sand stab
Wiquea Res, Jan. r rm p listed the tef that Dearly t.0ooo0
in severalteeran. -ers-6e 0 e16 _ad he f fatelely ahed to the spe ts
to several u-e --apmtainty am t e the beak I n der to deceive the
avaiwility trhe of eal pO i atM oom lot o1r.
e~ l"al f dam in the calm -I -
collector of altrs reveoee la M& mweeew i. .. i o Is e
jat. All.. .n .aying -- tie .0 0U lrk.o Jal. -41vO s 1 ip"
arw tax ftr the m aHute or mae _ed -. ed to be the
ad Pqusr in the s&amt ee named 641- 0? servi1r off the rw et the els*
Is C""mo l !VM4 -i toe of th N e wegir s bark Owaems
e ic.. tal. AM_" f o MI. e, wre blreugt here Prlday T tbhe
epso mo a s m p oil tmeak 5t~Umf stamn vNwuto .
otl. an- m taa They I w-e pie S ,eodp to tdeesa ons
Permittedtr f ee to M, DeSaber 17 Is t -rrible eodltlo
amd as te r -w a n ft ---e am -f- p e a ig- t e O Na M r t
aM ao ___ ____ -._ v~bees t ss 9" s seOW U- waem be aM
s. ..aMt bees foned. The esputat of the
Diepp ed ss I S bart whe re.alueoo d s bm da 4 enl I
Taflsa Al., Jm. 1.'4 3. a* *e te ms oa4 piaes e a the esmalul
aseler, -* we a st l besets, want dowa with his sfp.
li knov dltbin.- I 'I et di I


ww W Wn416- w q w tv- w-- -- -
mo Ow"M 37 speIencewo 0vts.mr, droppe d a"rndb
am's ulded l15I I"an gysuglyAfhland. A*.. *1%0u161-16
~ mdldm, Sm teIsso"ne .Js alm beaw? of "Ow n f
eshtow ndbackache pulsed of pains iMhisMe10 sde.I
no al6 5 inirvaI"orhe s~0temuewofbmosstbe so
The*09 Or 88=e la"I e n ed VM414wilkutM9 10 10 &a
We Alabe astdue wast by Heou'ued sevral Maerenna"l
am P"w ftm and atnowlaidot nti sitm s
so 06 I emu dy b"fISet9waft M5hemi K
go a MMOmleaer 0up macl_
~-flps while B60kiNemew Seg--
tub meame- re.tNatis" IPor PedFaod Mbu0"Li
Ias' tdwthWe We ane pkw"edto mmgeo
M, beup= OD InS
loodsforIL Foley5SMeow and Ter fee'am
~ .3 ~mu,. byS. M V.46" d hug red aMm I
ab me lo an us"Ibh athe4 ogaaboaas
sbamb~beI AldI wmftfiin M


To beesIVe Aem*veisULp
Pitumbuel. pa ,b. S4cA PUSn'W
ma"e puhle bete iviley WWsby tbe
Teroiveraip for Of Waume"Olp"'
MusbimS COMOWTV "or be iu..el'd
sa" th bils~si of Who coiL la t
stored to ib. wsbecIl""u Thinw.0
sows so 4q..e1-ti of a dtnatrl1sbt tuai
!he pleasv hi' ebp i'
An4heldMN eeper.
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The Pen is No mtier

Than a fire-engine when yow
house is on fire, enuse.Itix
stantly secures the entire i"U
[nt vniv r h,,m-,Ai is.al bdl-" "


i, uy** L& y our name isP~ ued upo
0- Strong policy for
STATE ANOWRMS 4WfT
Rtelireee Hold Thft New Ltegletoa onn
_. la Oly a Develeiem. uI
Moma meey. Ala.. Jsa 4 --a Saf In the best of compapmda, WianW wV
were made I ase d8eal r out, the a spleoadid aide to Muhm.
state se up that atsher the vall-* aboo yoarb o? I t Int eto
mad coaemmttea er r the attworsey o will ones ImMn e maM in
general has aM y rtit to emrsee state aUno from yo, n. T .
Ilros eWs. ae e. aoat be made -
parties to the suits brought to enjoin
there sets by the raroalAs.
The sate, therefore, takes the po o II fl I
altinc tat the old laws are repealed
and the suits broubt Om them abated
and tte attempt of the railroads to t
supplement theme suits Is, as a eon., ,Q i
sequane, without support. If the court The OsItellOe maHMl I 0
abonld hold with htis position, 0'e0,
suite of the rallcad4s would be alth.
out standing.
The anwwe* was made by Attorney
Oemral Garber and the other state D2 AU.LD MAM 1& A ,
seouasel. The paper al"O aswars sor
the sherlffs and smtilttrsW, who %ave DaMTIST@ .I
alo been restrained. The poatlon
of the railroad that the new lat i 010"e 4e mD m .i
latlo Is slmpl: a deomet of .that h 88 ne *S
whiok has ren retilned sad a be --...
met by supplemustl1 bll ,'
All the World D D DvU MO
is a stage, and DBalrds Sanow
Ualanet plays a most proemleot part. * * USnA * *
It has no superior for rhematism, ast -
Jolnts, cuts, sprains, and all palas. e mu sl
Buy It, try It and yoa will always Obu ev* Meee Ikm
use It. Anybody who has seed ,a,
lard's Snow LIalment Is a livig proof
of what It does. Duy a bottle. S. D1R. -OT. C. "OWf BS,
fto and $1.00. Sold by W. M. John. .
-O. DUgg1g
Covteas eeks Oloreo. O Miller .law a.pa.*.
..- I..* _T .....i, ..,.. l 8 i Miller law -*.


Yarmouth. wiwhowas flns Ai'ce Thaw,
of Pitiosourig has btvguo procee'isipg
~for the m11:ii10catieu of bee marrimse
with tbe Earl of yarmuth. The
Oevatmes of YarmwunLh lIas *sber of


UNHAPPINESS DISMILLIRD.

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60 bhe emerted boos"eSe iaeOnes WNW
itaeset Irimo M avebeme t"sOW
bled.~ ~ ~ s Maym um prefiamup
%Meaus anhe06=. we Ibreughta the a
thetb Mn h a Wmma tM 1WIll be @We
nowsS toea* uesbarftof bew Wae~, to
bu'arm tha N @ ee wpi b"habowe
PONssed -sPon It IL Ila is the .am e
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brigeyeeh Uer nm" bstam
tob thpeajtteano 1her.
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two.me& es~aw aam OWN"wsoAM
em~ll ft V huINOW, A- te sweribw
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wlOk took place tn tlO 125,126 SI'rHS IN NW YORK.
;" pas t Ineth, la bI lei ---4
me l1ael tt liveais Statistlcs Show An Ineriese of 13,354
L goig out *MVe -- Birth *Over Last Year.
SH e alies ailWo New York, Jan. 4.--'te sonri
e tht be U of t he made 12i,6 visits in New York city
Sier' allowed mae during 114'7, aemrlngi o stat ltlie
o e o, whilebh lgited dust prepared iy the coilnmiaioner of
damp Asd emplee toh.r healh'. T'i a in In Incro se of 13.364
la o., over tlie prov.Ois yoM whfnl 111.772
"Im lM @ V 4W lygl births aere ruportdl The new flg.
gi g OpamUlM teg o Il aI ures give N uw Yock a higher birth.
ftlp W ta.toMa, amegg wiM" rate than I.n'en andW a lead of more
1U 6l4 loi e thi Waplr than 4)0 per cnt, over Pails.
ie aMer tatl bt tite sl s by During; te 'ar there were 79.201
",ef tM mt be e loiey weateed, th'. K'ln (1a death rate of 14.48
Ati itOre W mut be reIulWar el- per t'o;imnd In 1'90 there were 7,.
g*ldiut oGut the mine. 203 deaths. 1ltere was a material
S -m BY M 4. dieereasw in t he draths of children
0 BY ATING CH4 un6nder Ave yar. old. and an Inrease
of I.A80 In Ihe number that died from
g Pee Ar in a Critleal heart diase, the total being 7,734.
0aditi as OCeiequene*. During 1907 there were 51,097 mars
,W ObWo, Jan. 4.-A does rlag so 00 1ompa14d with 48,356 aI
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*,and MIS. ctrarscslBulilaSul

carrie W htfoo
111111beod" a hole to the
of Kiwaa. bwt aISM's
kE", OMbMe smask&Hedinlro..
,Ua "M Ow' erngs. brepebtise
sad AN Pulamrv411440006
N.m Het...L ames., writes:
"IN ~m'toad a mtedleb. that.
cm a sa enb soquWOWlyam hi-1
svebo= SIyrup.I have vused
ftW.b~ by W. N. Jbobmsa
An l*wwese of S010.00
%pawl. A*a.&. Jan, *.-Tbe fso
of %itaa eate hevr the tbres
seadlog eseutber 31, 190..
a* The first q*aartor a1tThe
1w, ewre 00.3 11.3totoIn ewacm
,ften e hlmgs?13.344.114. ct
to 4W06t80 4 toI$"IWlT ik
be* at 40 bet 1(1 t forf1 &0
#W herewero saev"asi t':%ss
boadesale premiums. *at I
Ilk all 12.060, sA78.
The Pv%9ofe 1Pew.e
Wr tttble 1Bebiu iand asmartlits.,
b~ Sommeu nabl in d81L. is &I.
100Mel 1411tliroh~d by applying
~SheeI's save 14k-0 i. 21crtst
pjujtat


the c4)Ilcc'tur% hcirt their niouthiy

and Wben 11,, .etulrs af'Pun I to
collicit tile llili 'i 14,1t, these families
will r.'wo to' numorethan eigtby
peirc-t uet Il. ~~''~? demandidl.
A .re sr'norn'l-r o4 btttldte'nare
said t o b4*11l ergoni~.d and ,he vscm.
beri o.r* buaytryliig to Induers, ba'fs
to JolkIb treetike. Piano see heWas
sade to bold a uosatler Par*4* of the
noat otrikerttthrvivh the east aI~e
strfulls to h*',p eate'i4 te strike to
the santire t enemenit district
A"9190 TO GIVE UP WIFE No. 1.
Wite Mee. I Ties Agfted to Withdrs,*
the Worpolil
VIDUntVll.0, A:&. Ja 4 otoo
Slattord. a-ho %%As a,-retv'd U t ~j-1ti
MILS 1DAy t0% at har'~givt it oahonlUwse
rvlr%us4 T-io.$a, 4?llb r to i* clar
rAIM onIss CSi* I9e c'I Cdrff
m~~ e~tt 14vr he."etc&'fo ..'hl
tbInk" Out 1110 0a!iaht f?~ itht
a .4 &aliM I.$ gli e i~.lp Ho I '

bunt Uathe effemac s & a'fi's' .'I
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THE DAILY 8UNi GAINSVILLE, FLORIDA. JANUARY 5, 19f


DIDN'T FEAR BULLETS


A Sheriff Who Was as Brave as
He Was Tender Hearted.

HOW HE COLLECTED A DEBT.

The Man Who Owed the Money Was
Well Able to Pay, and the Grim. De.
termined Old Sheriff Made Him Real.
tle That It Was Time to Pay.
There Is a spot In the memory of
Greene county, Pa., sacred to Jim Cos.
gray, one time sheriff, whose heart
wau a tender aa him courage was stout
As he came down the steps of the
courthouse one day in Waynesburg a
white haired old man near at hand
who had been waiting for him fired at
him three times from a revolver. Cos-
gray quickly walked over to him, took
his gn away and said:
"Now, look here, daddy, if you do
that again I'll prosecute you."
It had fallen to Coegray In the line
of duty to serve an execution on the
e4 man, who, worried by financial dif-
iculties, had got lopsided mentally and
eoncelved the Idea that Coagray was
personally responsible for his troubles.
The late Judge A. E. Wilson of Union-
town was at that time holding court In
Waynesburg and had witnessed the
shooting from the window of his hotel.
Many others bad seen It too.
"New," remarked the judge to his
stenographer, L L. Minor, at his side,
"when that shooting comes up for in-
vestlpatlon in court we'll learn how
many different stories thbe witnesses
will tell about it."
The judge knew from long expert-
once how many viewpoints there are to
sueb episodes, but this case never came
up to trial. -
In 1876 a Greene county man who
bad become bankrupt.-rat least to the
extent of Inability or unwillingness to
pay his debts In Greene county-went
to Philadelphia, where be secured a
valuable concession in connection with
the Centennial exposition. Reports
were brought back to Waynesburg dur-
tng the summer by visitors that he
was making barrels of money. Cos-
gray listened with much interest, but
without comment, to all thee stories,
because this man had left Oreene coun-
ty owing him 15,000. Finally Coegray
eaw day packed his grip and left town.
lNext day be turned up In Philadelphia
at the hotel where his prosperous debt-
or was stopping and was shown by re-
gqeqt to the latter's room. His recep-
tion was aolally hilarious.
"Why, hello, Jim! Glad to see you,
old boy. What In the world brings you


OLD TIN CANS.
The Way They Finally Disappear From
Human Sight.
Few Iu'Ocpe rp:1'll/ what becomes of
all the old tiun : tns, tin pans. kettlee.
buckets. coal hIki. ;inl the like. They
iltlally di-.' ai.,ir foIntt huluan ilhbt
and knowlied,.v aiAl :i:' ,see n Uo imoreW.
rifl'te sl ns ;::;.t they evaporate.
\\V'un It:.if : a' st away aid for
ahakent it I ":is' : Iownward course
t)y l'ecoiu:i; ru;;.\ *' Iae tinoxidileaor.
in l ,thl '. \ is:',ls. ''-s \ ith the oxygen
surnrwv!niti : ,It ;watnosphere., ant
the' ti\i o of tin : .littly takes leave
of tihe .ron i,%v, e w .;< *r.itig lito the air.
vhli'; >.>:.i o : i is \AbtahedL away by
the. rain lat?.o i;-'tbh. After the tin
ls ;:,ue 'lir l,-,) I to t!0 1 lno follows the
aI:>: the tiu. It ,, r' bconmes the
fntl!:i:ir e:!'. lrev,!n nu|ltnDa r
k i1own lM is li> I .1 il eIt' i talI have
no n\\lsl or t-h r v::. at, L i) nitlies uo
Ulnl|dersttidnliin.". utrl tlherefo."e 1 no In-
tentiousi ia li tolnil" present or future,
tou;rsev. Til. *y Io i .h1 i: or then
solves. ii.t ,' ":-irul rot et do thetl
work for t'oi i h i-e f ronrvie itte tIe'
atoug of 1 1li,, r1 '-:ls v, th i seI ol tl i
ox n. 'I. '1 In 11 th it- et'ie-ul't I( 'the ,'
oxides are c':irie l an\vy by the Ifti
tlihel'c elect.lih Ity ;it.l uiispos dJ o4 ir ti
cortilii'g to ( i i' l stt.L nheR .
If a suan;ii bottle or other phlte itl
glass be placeoi' oil d:tlamp rtl'(in:l i:'l
li old workout t!n uit cket Imn tilrI,
over It. the partwlles of irou oxide "i'
he taken awway bIy electric t'leIrrtil
from the old lhuket anti will be pslUitIed partly ou the glass. the re,
mainder guiug into the air and the
enrtb. Deposit of Iron and other uet-
als are thus' carried around by elvec
triclty In thei utmospbere from place
to !;a'e' l!l W over the k rth. Chlorine
by electric' power picks up Iatoms of
gold and goes" with them to the ocean.
where they arit as much at hboe as
salt. All metals can exist In a state
of vapor; therefore they are to be
found uot only In the atmosphere
around thit ;Partb. but also Ilo the at-
mo'phere aroiiund the sun and the
stars. If a ray of sunlight to bent out
of Its course, a it is by 4drope ot water
lu the case of mleI rainbow, the familiar
eveon co'lr of rf rd, orange, yellow.
green, I'ie, Indigo and violet are
s)rend out shlle by satle. When these
spectrn or streaks of light are sclentlf-
Ically Investlhited about 400 dark lines
arti forid i l. so Iiiong' the colors, and
thoue IliIt reirniwent bshaows cast by
eleue'ntal sutItances tn the atmow-
pher) 4 of tlhe eartb and the sun. Liglt
lunde nt i-ilhl taly and not passing
throu.hI thi' ati mosphere of the earth
aiiwl the ion t.i (u not have thee dark
l.y ni 1114-1 if the spectroecope. a grad.
ually Ihn t. iiil Instrument now Ito use.
but cr.,'' I teo ,'veral scletlsts,. well


to the city?" He shook Jtm's hand kint.n .. *I, nit have been compelled
with every external appearance of i to r'i-' r thir addresses In bands pf
great joy. But the sentiment was all light. .,' i1,I tih first to write them.
one way. s' 'vii n '' we're sodium, potaslsum.
"I come to git that $5,000 ye owe I iin t'- i nilhlim. chromium, nickel
6." Jim's eyes reflected no feelings arl i itdl the same apparatlus
of esteem. He was simply out for his led to i,,, l. .i'ove'ry of new metals.
stuff. I t l :It .' *' mn. rubidium and thallitim.
"Sorry. Jim, very sorry, Indeed I am. 'A:I th..... :.:- foeund to be In the uan's
but I haven't got it and therefore can't ItiIt.,',, l, y Intans of the spectro.
pay ye. I would If I could." seI opI w' 'one hundred pjilllonth part
"Well, I rather guess ye'll have to git of a gr:nin of sodium,t common salt
It somehow or other. I came' here e.on.- i.. i, dnlsernlble and unmistak-
from Wayneaburg especially fer what, tnble its leh sllde of a boose. This won-
ye owe me, and I'm not goln' back derfti iu'!ern Instrument has enabled
Without It" aslh.intit%1 to find out what the poo-
Cogray got up. walked to the door. pgle who Inhabit the 'lanets In the
locked It and put the key In his pocket. ila.ir syvstam of the dog star 81rlus. for
Then he said: I xampi'l,'. l-ave to set, for without Ifl
"I's Just this way, my friend. trieu'n they could have no bemns or
Waynesburg people have been coming sprlrting "'an. without sulphur no mils.
home from Philadelphia all summer tard. h,"'radlabh and water crwee or
telling how much money you've been nil t h:li. of the kind. although the I*.
akin' here, and I think they've been le, enud he confined to vegetabe dlet
tellin' the truth, for I've been very i Tlhy e u,,ld also be without light ble-
Cea ful to my gqulrlee about you. '. tit f.or breakfast or say fermented
Now, I want that money." llh:mrs.- italtlmore American.
goeb he took a revolver from bl -
pocket and omlooasly tapped on thbe What HN Fe Lke.
table with the male. i It was the Irst tme he bd song to
'TIa an old man, with but a few an :Epis', am year to live, and I'm not a bit ly out of place Il the v4estents be
prtckker whether I Ure 'em at all or wore. The other W ristes leaked e-
ot. That o 000 '1 make 'em paes a fortasble eaough. but the new me was
ighbt easier. I don't Intend to live aure be would trip O the skirts of his
wthoUt the moey. and I don't Intend rm's k when be wet p the c banel
ys aall live with 1* Ite*s. and be kapw that If be did Wet
The lan knew Coe ray meant every stp persptFrtng his eleb lea etstta
wel bp aid. He feed iad ftmed, wouml he sedly Mind. Tbe opening
nasM d and spatter4"i d. but there sat prayer bhad bees Iniad by the rctar.
e daent grim old eZxbertfr. gun ton al the slDagrs we IWM te Waittng
hba, M4ady to tooeh it of af tnstantL for the lntroadctlem o the plrsensIo-l
Ub detmlnation never waveed. He to be played, wbhesWe of the bases
S* sM of few word, and te blii.-red In te ew as's ear:
was e#tly a d he had wredved It "You're a tenor, ae't your
be The man we"t to a coreW "I s*ipie es" be rpted. "ItMt I
tf be reamo. opeed a sbel an feit :" .e a twl pot"-New Tert Times
eeoteue St .OCW te o The
dM reurnd to Waynebirg and Pctv,&I*sqe ie.aWf*V .wl
pot t M tbe bank and no ose eve 'N f,-.niand ase W W es.ty*id a
g bew be came by it Matli thb e vie .., *tt vte witb so tIteror. sand
ti btjseaf fnnatly diSbwtnd bhis e. hef.a to the paseaier on wnjr Al
beateflef wetgbt of woe@-rekmntows i,',- Ifeier. wingh te ro4 eadland
COa. Pittiwrg (laset'Tta. ",,t lt the t* a. witlb Its
. a1:. hr tb.at, elif e s lltandfta gray


BLQOD PRESSURE.
The Determination of Its Relation t,,
Mental State.
in nIddlittiot to thene bodit t.i3 il\e
ments wvhi'h are called "roliiuilr.,'
various tKlly plienomeua whiichl :"
clearly Involuntar lacconipan:' I:'n't
mental excitenit-tit Thei blush or
sabaue. the diltli tl\e flushes of Ji>.
and of anger, the l.itlor nod \swet:'t oI
fear. the tears of : ief and the "'t'crei
Ing" of the flesh provoked by hortnr
are faiotiiar exanitesta. The re"pilm
l(on It quickened 1Iv joy and retnrh(ld
by anflety. and the' feeling of relief
Odud t'xprteilo Ilin it a dee nslgh. V
leut euotlono often disturb the direns
tlon. The Waart *'litndus with Joy." I
partlyzed by horror. "leaps to the'
tlhroit" In terror. The connection ble
twvee the heart and the emotions i s o
Intimate that the heart wits long re
guarded as the seoat of the south.
Most of these Ilv-tluitatry phyulertl
concomiltants orf ninti:il excltemient tar
brotght!alabout by n sl;'lul |trt of the
nervous systemm. thie symimthbetlc nerve
and Its brnuches. l which ramify to ev
ory part of the ixtly The beot known
lbrunches are th o-s that igoverln the
dilntation of the l,'lhl rveaols. wli h:
are ptrofoundtlty tniTr'ctr d by meutrl
states. These t' Iv 'llt'ielnn nre 'eltptl
lie of erxct itluntl it Iive determllinatlio
by ielnllS of i It i 'ilt.ul dlevl II ly tie
Itallun 11 hysioloi)lt. MOwMo. Tlhe rmeult
is fairly nitcurnttlo ii titutir etnit of lihe
variation of blood .siIplly In the I)brin
The subject Is lail on a bo rd wlhili
is balanced on i fulcrum at the cetiifer
of gravity We hen the subject lIe .llh
and undisturlbed hie loard lit liorloile
tal. Now. If an unpleaMant set inatilm
or emotllon Is nl4huetud in the anbject
his head Is t.olinthrlly elevnth%,d. iti
dicating diminutitln in the quantity of
blood in the briln .\in agreeblle oetl
aatlon of ellotion 'lep.,li en the oippol, l'.
effect.- SleftSllflic .A nirin'a.


CASTOR IA

Tlq KiM Ye lin n Alwajs BpW

BlM otf

Victor a and Lady Milllle.
It Is rltediel tint whei 14lr John MIl.
lain fell III (eine'vi VIetorhla sent Ihe
PrincessL I.oi- t. tho Iht llii lua jll in
llltnure lwllt fatvir 4e totildl nmeird
blut thnt roull .' t' lt Ila hli % itroi If
not Lin pali sl r .'r>''i the'r.iimMi e ta1Il'i.
for hli writhi n th.,l;t 'itild (it-sri'le
upon It tthe orm.l. "I ,hlhid like th:
qlleen to 4 <' Ily wlf"' te t'le 1 Ih, I
queen broke throlih hler Iroi rllh iisit
to ivece(' lv n. I 'ii ltm ,i llwt l-inirrt 0s
tie had lIw'li )11 e l'wN~i 4' lie el
there I I hl *ini* or nit, 'r llnitiA',)ii i
cd edl to the r i 'nt MIn I ut11 t','i l Ili
sorely trild lady n ternie'r and yJinr:-,
thetle Interview -14t Jnvem' (Insete


T'rue.
-Cf 4it totne' 'Io 41% i t lI'1 Ibio
he 111l1s .1P144 .t11.1 g -1 )v PIqhc I' 14i 4-r41 w .f
111011P111- I'lt I, I IruciMot 6(t let Imll
play Ims 114iOlov it t Ihat thy ril s would1
go coff idtia rm%" to hemota'olv'em'P
'*W elli." i illo.gel I tlitllits falhor. -11
duont ku1(1W 3114111 iI b. I Ihlihik Iiirt ay
be tiru., tour I ut'is (eorgoooraiot l i.sI
the flute so ttall I t will sca1re'0 a1%
Into a river an-l drive all the down Its
The gwuhbmo~rtaeilui 1axy Tem, I should)
my Mhe pues In -Iruu."--l .udim nAs
swers
Disturbed the Ckwgreaptln.
The Peism who 4disurbe the com-
rp~tiom La 4st eaay by immtiualtaliy
comohiug Is requested to buy a battle
of Volley's Homey sand Tar. J. W. Me-
CelSum & Co.

-LEGAL- ADVERTISEMENTS.

Noweis toberet~y gvS thatwthe firm
of IDmhmm& f5"m. doig" babhueusto
1 189l~, Aiaehm tewally. Ph., bMe
been dl"n"ve. 11. W, Dmsbmm relte.
"g Tb. businesses Iilbe .mtlumuedI
,byW. L Dhamm wbo mnow &US
ALAPiodefted ms of tbo firm.
Me 21, w. W. DENHAM,

NIL lMe Divas=

JIMObe*
IC

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ft TakeeCsh. C 5not to t he esslpIm *to 9"11
do'?' mMda New Tork pubevw'ma U -% s b~orMkox tb' CI' .44 md
oft ft Sa s w e heer O ai n e ttW b: i 4 fin e d W ilh the rfo I d A
o b 4 0 t o T m e m f e j M -l t ita bS m a f vl au g hb e su m o U %
~sm be ON _"-,
em mhWeak sadit tke. tag r4W soLIiemi higam"A
3W l~b We Nam-
Issue ~~a n-w bsa "m Lg OWN VW to mmmfy


CLYDE STEAMSHIP CO.


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FO Xt SJ BAaXLE S MAL O^C WM&B

JacksonviMe and New York,
Calling. AOHARLETON 8. .. both ways.
The FinMt 8tb Iin i la te Csutvt i r fturt
Clyde New Eu'gland and Southern' Lile
Preights ervle fwea JACKSONVILLE, BOttTON and ',
PROVID2=3, oand AU Lesero Points,
Oalllimg a Charliestom both ways.
SJIAI-WEEXa.LT SAILI.RZW
toaothbond .... ...... ................. rou Lewle' Wharf, BIs es
Northboond .... ......rom Foot of Washingtoo at.Jkiae0vtllJo

Clyde St. Johnas River Line .
13twe0te JACKUOMNVILLS and BANmrono
5stoppioD as PalatJk, Aslor, Beroeford (DeLand)j, asld luersomiate LaM1-i
on 81. Johu River.
Steamemr "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE' and "FRED'K DE BARY,
are appointed to Sea as f lluws: Lreae JAICKIsontVILI daily esep11p \
esturdays, at 8:80 p. mai. Returning, leave IANVroI., daily *4
S*so'p( t 8m dqs. a* 1o(<0 a m.
*'M*^^. usttIIEUlLIC Mere
Leave 3:30 p. m. ....... ........ Jacksonville ............. Duoe B:o:0
IAave 9:00 p. m ................. .Palatka ................ 1 v9 109:00P
leave 3:00 a. n ...... ........ Astor............ .....Ilave 4: o if
leave ....................lireafurd (DeLand).......... aeIve V:W
Due 9:00 a. in ..................Sanford............ ... ,IAl v 101t:
Due 10:30 a. m ................Ent'rpris ................ ev 10:S iMl
Paaenger and Ticket Oflo, 121 West Day Street. Jeloewll4 t
I.H. H AYMO ce ldGener M er. New
H. N.. MAYNARD, r. T. M. A. C. IfACIRITT, 0. A.L
Plot 36, N. R.. New York. Pier o., M .. NW. T1
L. S. SCROIILK, C. a., F. M IONMONtOIS, A. A. P.,a ,
Leburg,. rlW Jacksarnl Ph." M
L. D. 'ONEK. T. F. A., JOHtN PENDRB1,1 P. A.A
Jacksonvillle. Fla. MPIr I. I l R., Nw Toiw
S C. P. LOVELL, Asent. Jaeksovlle, 1% .M
OQnerall 0111tee. Pier 36. North River. New To1t.


G. S. MERCHANT&C
Retailes sad Jobbers ii


Staple and Fancy Groce


BOUTH 6 SDZQ / OAISI ]GAWU JISLL1,.
Ilighees marke( p pai" d for ChaheOe. eo s M d owtlh Iu dese.
A Oompleto i8k of Hay Oowrn,. Ot._sW _o na. *a, 1., 0.ot ***i t,
uad 2y. W6 %A clk eh VM Y IUT T 4 tMhe I. 9*
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Tampa Jacksonlle Rail'

:VIfECtIVE YOVaMHll t0, IU.INA.

IA vt' 4 (iiiiiH.'vill* ftr .Mie.nopy, I'airfltihl a (ld lo-
al I ,Mint it s tth ............. ...... 10:80 1
Returning, arrive (Iil-.mv\illt, ...... ... ........ 4: 125
LRnv e (itiiwvill, fofr SItil~pN)n City, Pulatka,
Iukk ('ity., 'Valolntn,. ind all pointN North 6:00 p
ettl 1r n ing, arrive ( vill .. .. .. .0

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AL. T AILT SUiG AINESVILLE, ID JANUARY 1
Fa r 0 best printed stationary _A" i
S" I gThe |an oOes.
Robt. L. Barton of Rocky Point was
tidnlg in the city 'yesterday.
Chas. R. Spirvey of Windsor was
Sease t isstng business in the county
eral. 1se rM, eawiatal yesterday. l
'byOw r N .r VaIce Winters, a well-known young L
man of Waldo. was a business visitor
Lb .r, ., Howard of yril, one of the
leadlag mrmers of that section, was

u u" ---- "-" jTIlE BUSX ANIYI-
If YU O -e The W. 3. teAkert, had 'o-mm-ston t a4men what bll. ty T by T. ....



ft Nao" -rm ine* haveIMthe *or the city r amber company.
ear e s e~s '.n fom a bea. trip to Jack-


sso A ts It hlas a tMtis. Pammtemd id Miss Rhth ldarnat, one of _th_- _
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^ e~w eay vttM bto sfn sf Haft W eatr wa b or O a* s" on caa Pla aaty. d weuUo
.s e as t Wr- skvis i t ad aTh.It tore. NK CTAND SCREENS .in S.roti
STe tdtm m as r io. d* K ^ SCAN (1.50 to we6v.0.IT O :r
^*F ll Ima^s Im'txJlt I- w ,ou l Dm fcAOl. T, *T. W. *W. MAMNC UtR I ,S,,ETS , "
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hrft t ow uo, J. amn LDATD R f tu. a11 oal a rl We a ,.
ACd ta. s i ouly n i 1t. wait _is uts6t so-Aa-d 11N Tft RHAVINELI $SES wo2. each.
-V.I^. N W- d o bo M 41 0 PIN C U HI N S R N i' Ci vw I

1... W. bpwa routd oetl n or evole y ofad *CuateSt e I boNK STADS ize ever t. .
earM- wlor hobel- s Ost sad soe will evit e akte f'ets ha on i I ,
^H^- that wttI wear dea't telun b ii*orader wn a_ p__ _t__ and tht thes ost.d si find better goodS here at our regular priow. <3be
.o s. lfoo.e in the oerit~ooot o .EMt a Hortalt *w yo T .peat od to pb rea Mmae, P I CUER AE S
or i eWe I t I" a--0-6. a,- aeM *MIN IM M of NewBeryt ,DREeO CfO ODo
H W 01111t mta s m1r" J. A. Parr&ih of Ha G trat- T tDe cIoy yfet" ty. a1hm tt a e




of bar y to y tr .te to loyed a rr n R S v s t d l woh r -S A
ly &ers e nM N son ef y e y lor V* sl e Rouf No. e out of p .h CE t er^y e hu \gr
h to w wl baudeago taen O.a11, w 0,bM e will visrt frtBs lfoor mMtawry. i
Sa feway. Wtto A d atN NeiE BaroT two wXnYg Io r at
lve Wed, d coogo A cosMe rsw I odemad edid"owealAeING U:L






Tha t re rd ren A l that's t't bv uedt.ad .edat teys ocofeVf BrantowoAk, dBetr PoAT. lAND
w oIn he ha- fu*tre C the Te I ots <. who of O wM o la th cityd Aee t p l arked
HHa toeNON. .3 fte ootrW ans hWMoldL, twd-Tw r



M tM pto t* NMearbe Ve, ble the aval *tores IPT. Mc Jmr at o ttttle MtIMe Be operator of Amrcer. wM a b*Ut nj wWTr, th relleble wllisi
A. MeOmik hav r v or oth y y ray. W t. o a o wl lb T
.oJI woy aft* a phl-t We, A woJ. A, na of tae dou We h- one had a crlo.d of e bt RW COO T r Wi
am w ero or a s to sity f14t *Patey yes terday. o. Good afst, a ca rrie otl |a e. n M tNIRI N SEm e a
*l l U e wastoure bo Arn e Wa i os f Tloft w. fo I teilol.atbe RouroaulteI No 1 out WonotIDWor




lsa t he edoc. t0 wth the Cuwmll la e oe ese.hal m Ip E t o rr .*

MdMIt iaeo bu tamd *tor o( idehloo. r hee tqr tnd. A t -A noS .st(Ulnesovills n5 and ^Cm a WANTED--A obe.r, reliable hawtr
lOtet a S tw orty av thoe days n .ishot tot 104ieet oawre M nd e e .oAande t w operate ad keep Up a small sG,
S.bwoa"hasge dfoam Aelsett Not' Wowao at oiock w l 11 at acwr wa0fBrdwik





e ha e aour ee r. d Mr Ja. A. K f Oran r e n ot ur After a ch o t vrt T. J. Swearngen. Kan ha or
er ~ prst e fner h tasIam Hevti fvord tann O e ty S toh a v llte nao the d tas a estsal oCR t trks.nor le than *t 8x .






b dms l ate.i after a lad sn. yeIA. dHiti d of the ft ted. ^A We ive t not ar. Galnevlle B vw word ow 9ch als n Chriotfma night, o$
l| hWaasto the is In worryls about .a tbCoit Stere additional liae. CASN ta france black hoe uniu ai5out 14 handshi.h
WhMv we anwy. nd ny wilyt a Ua bwhe you ean got the bot for the tafaromatloa et thb trae1tn eau I pan ltl ordu ter l osa rs hk on huot. Ale one
B I we Wea we will eil at hoe Os theiuaket trr t Mil st seeh publk wo pyto o.h the ow sehd. dark hm orld, male mar.bout Ie
am aesi e e *t tesU itoh low. pr. C. ,. o ta dna a tae of twtei o t ----. d t I oKize, on left ,$0lder. Flt5r





0l saMt ee olerved W will teoll you later how 15 a ft. A. Lo Tr-lsm tob s o tee . OR RENTa will pWeAM Nrturn them to me at High .
t a rtm l tleu la.r Wa ho the ad ea. 0 .. ..:. N m., ad 6:4 p. m. HOUSV OR RENT. A. L. Vda* VIIt ) W M DA.
m oreiwnf g s A. tI. Heywc InetA ithp Dom't sta' at to:e. for T6las Noce Oppeyt:ra ou Io... -r-a
Sf be0s here b ow IW ter will sst wt alwcst e t Mvay t :l l. ad B:t4 p. m. Noi thew Ise R ALNT-PrnAtshed rooms. Ape -ma n a-
au,, a vt to Mr. ..d and Wstt nteio bat eMtl.y .a eover your. Pry rd 0 N. Unv l MIT iiaTdt
N, (l 'a. Dr. sa 0 Kensas,. t ormerly p th cora ty TO RNT-Th room for *
e. ftl oeve r mnl dty b(t of Newberry. whe b P. e. H. dye WfT Jneoovuise woa ,it boruklpln 406 r. Or I a.
I n S t F go, atw ondr e n the ay iera bo a vsiew to h EL c AtLy atieIay. H an to Opr and ee u a sl





sI Crm ,ant Oll ,,ws trCaic but hoder y* r co pnatIn te i hi oda hter. N1e to- R Ri rNTkn gosho w roo for -
,avt-hlml-g wethiu Mstre* da d actormpan b. hKi wlfe. u D, y s seran yo housakee ; alo *lalEe roaS rcnlc we il sell a
iLVO h for wthe It *,l pai Tor and p us to bruy l tdy s pri ent c who ks st Mala traete se- Sea L te I h
e ps, en, r ris to the a ft t a. re *ee wv ths ,,o th a s *o la the t a p, t fs w m etthe a forn. fu!let : -Gaesll- eh- -i-
a t Mr W. W. Hamr f mo. stocllk fr the dull tK in d we Oe of I sa ta C l l dl really or for Itebt bsNot k tonk in ttw city" bat l'
*m thr stal e ySer nday 1ta to stt d lt i u o f t r lkt ,ra n Try u h eMeritshof w "anad I-tsM Isedte. wko ae bhe with hne per. aig vl Pl a .a i y or plmarck. for t
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^9V~rTakngMtckll IISWAMIt 11la4 VIA'lh IVI it uvniAIIWT. 1AjP FOR &ALL O S ER -nta1
m~~~vua~~~w Tslbtw~~~~~~g """' ~~~Ilo hr lf "te'tudiss fo'r bem y ink. Miss 11.11a lvaslor 'of Alachua was in -*"''- ..- -.-. ...- -~ ET Z fl net ,
of It~taily s store4-11,1 ill 0* vh tmo mli li Allow tifIbscivty fw a tcs hosr, es y"4Oda. i1`VR 9ALX-Paark ri "4,wit carbon ty lmp WESTERN STEAKS. C1sope,
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I Tat lur lagtitof bwhe iarwa u tu len~s. She
llb" i'f'an*~.~ JCha in mib'41srt-,iifirst iclso-sltertme. 1s lb. leaicbecr Of4 lfleindowhim.. ~Segos t 1..t *i.
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VA 111 AVARttso awl w% r.l.itil" skirts cleaned a&d4 ipr-asd tie., afte is bm bcof Spirmll rlwek. 'I'i#'v.l,
WqV first la.'.. shirktumrsd out (iehman Iis u~.a 1'un kra rf 0wr u.s L in 'nyadriW.. le
V~fwa that '.4i.. T\liI, ritr A'at'd ipw(t hsis W OPKate us 6 ~fwos vt&Wt j4,1 Aty a t j ate
will be gOdW t laamsbehe *Mm %I* Vsi*@L .-iries We,.,.

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