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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 10, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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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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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: VID01170
Source Institution: University of Florida
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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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OL XXIV, NO. 287


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1908


TEN CENTS A WEEK


EC ON SOUTHER N
1C K D wdards. with Chef Engneer Snapp
uand lreman Moses Baldwn, wo
RlKl ON SOUTHE N Icaught In the cab and scalded with
hlsng steam. Engineer Edwards
l died in a short while after being ro
eAtc carS Ner At cued, atd the other two men In th.
Scab are fataly injured.
I L In the dining 'car the escape from
___ ". .. death was miraculous. It was UKed
St an age which sent every one of the
AIN GOES INTO A BRIDGE thirty ners. with the wait. ., aL
verware, cut glass, fd and all, to the
bo nginae Were Scalded to lower efd of the car. a they all bad
DoMth and It aI a Miracl that the to leave tVe car by' ra ling "uphill"
to a.w indow.
Deoh List Did Not Run Into More t their dnjuro was added the h1
r m o. ror that the train would catch on fire
and they would be burned to deatil
ilkem, Ga., Jan. 9.-Oe man like rats in a trap. In a score or
to death, two others fatally more instances it was impossble for
t o, tw paengers known to be the passengers to leave the car
hrt, three more pmbably ta- either from Injuries r being panned un.
y lajured, and eighty-odd badly der timbers.
i8 the result of the most com. As quickly as poMible wAor& was
wreck eve known on tho South. sent to this place for help, and the
ra roep4 v h took place Tuesday wire were ma4d to sing cooling tor
tatr Sl% mile north of here Md trom tCe countrysald. very7
Iher ,h" oodp l ecUon of the "Chi- phyaiolan for twenty mles ae V allad
p.tfmgidl" lUmtted broke through a to the wreck and special t mlas Ma to
ando Md went tumbling down an the wreek from Rom=4 Dltoea ad tM
pwhbka at. trom Atlanta.
%%at tAe train did not oatch on fire The rreek of a e Aora OnM rW
aid bor the Imprisoned pamengrs to took plaft two Mdiles *th ef I1MsIM,
Seftp Is the wonder of the day. I" oaunty seat of P"eMIn 4m1ua,
What was the fnest Pullman train on the line between Atlanta sai Chat.
aNfh" ever paemd out of Cleveland. tanoota. It Is thirty-three ales west
Mie, s haMt buried in the mud and of Atlanta
ielsh of a (eor ia swamp, the bright- -.
' bamltaed engine a mass of scrap NEGRO RAN AMUCK.
$1a, the solid ve tkbule train broken
a"d battered, one car being broken e-. Shot White Man, Negre Woman and a
aty la balf, every window broken Girl.
at, and a "Melea pile of splintered Mount S!. llng. Ala., Jan. ..-On
pleowor Is what remained. the second t.l..A of January, about
How every one of the hundred-odd a mile &,ou'h if Pennington, AJa.. a
aM eeerous escaped Instant death is negro namrne Orthelkl DuBoW went
a mystery, and the tact that the pan- to the hou., of An old negro WOman
o egera escaped immediate death and knockWd n the door. A ne1o
i&S tlhem positively happy. girl., aged 7. (open, d the door for him.
Ibis train, which wn:i due t,) arrive Orthe1Hos threw th.e airl to the floor
In Atlanta shortly after noot lct and cut hvr tir;.<: He theo turned
4hattanoga in charge of Conductor Y. and shot tie ri.,.o womaa, who was
R. Norrti, of Atlanta, and lingueer, about mst"ntw >ars of age, and shbe
Jla Tdwards. of Atlanta, the latter fell in the tir,
binag the first to suocur.b, three hours The holr,e ,;.ht fire about I a. m
hater. b that d:uy a:!i i row thought that it
0 the curve run between Dallas caught fi 111 ." ltkihng. The next
WaW Hiram, a distance of about five morning ,, ,, bodies were di.
Rile, ad Just below the point where coveid in !., .'.en of tbe house.
the aboard, on a high trstJUe. croMss Nt s' I .., th this, DuBe'e
As the southern tracks on the Ciatta- wem 'I t .. fiutb of that place
ooMg divisIon, the awful wreck oc. and ~,:. s"'4 J. H. Hodugis.


ntlred. one of ,' ,:! w.en of this county
The entire train was made up of Th,, t'f.t :;n-*.ed but the next
4Oo people bound for a winter %a. took e~f : anls heart, and death
4atlon am d the perfumes and flowers fo:low.,, a, ine. antly. The ne',ro
of Florid and Cutba. They wro u u A., f t;er's house.
scattered throughout the veitlbuleJ ,, ""' w':;;t to arrest him
train, but the majority were In the ti.ro -. ..' r-. he resisted, but
4nling car In charge of Captain W. I1 wa1 o,'-:,' -i and tied by hi two
all, of Atlanta. brcth.,r.
Just after the track crosses tet' Sea q, ,.. .0 ry bitter aga'r't(
board Intersecton It runs upon an em. tfe ct, 'r '- 'h A ite and blick
bSekment lathe middleof which Ihere iii.ev, r -'" ft \ilox. wita a num.
Is a trestle which ipon (b per MUne creek at a distance of tea Du"a'r Ja.,
teet in the air, with thie embank- %,. I *.. a w1iow and
meat sloping away on either sMe tfr r ,: .
nrty feet to a lowland of almoe d -d
11116 1'F~ -.0 Union SOtt Clud.
Jtu about 3:40 o'clock this train. Fare Union Scout Deed.- ln
hate, ant running fast, hit the curve a 9 Ja .-4'aiprl
which s1 broke by the span over the fnal.i ;" ~ d T7. 1h* "elebrate
1'ulon '-t ,of FCt Tqsmessei. is
R5portU vary as to bow the acci daed it '1' t'.he,,i Uw.r *lI ehton
dent OeRierd, but it ts generally ona. Itnn I, th eivI war 44 molnd
e" th the nl c spread r after to Atar a l armed Jfe, and tbovgb
inIa the tse. the co'"e""Y set a prie on his
The g.ineo was left a battered Bet4 ; r*.,tt o5 eee4 p1`
mase iron a"d brass across the t- ,r; O m TO Rl.sae-
treck where It had butted lntq. an an -04 \,emr North Carouass
basakimt sad stopped, while each of t~, .. .r .Ite to Ke-
to eoebes, frees bageW car to ob they oned sae4 rtse-
earvanles o.mpartment, wet down the m 01'. Ae r he war be wrft a
4ftbaknes br#k o0f .TI 'rle ese whmtb Wh a
The ear I the midMe of the train. 's5 ";, a V rs ad the
%a st4fe.-" wae broke squairely MCs,. also.
Is half. Ptlmeas Car Conduetor M
1. TiM. a of Ctvelad. was esEaS charged with Neomey. .
b la iten str aa4 iW ctapulte* tate i,'w vw" Jam. 9.-4.1. Joha L
lb air. eadifg ta as ope0 Gelt. knee Bra., r of the agilloLther a
4eWp is Ue& aad uakert. while a* c-.r. : Jeray City lh*to. Is ;I
balf he ow wet down oee embaak t.: '.' c rlomuitte of the rsyod
Msat. a" dW ether balf the other e* of, the charge of %hury.
Utakmbat. 1 .. a", is largely with the
LeakyI, I 0!utag & wn the ema. & a'd4 o(f syfg sat
ak eef tb rw ii t.e 'ilag ar ct *4 4 tcbe11* w2y7 dt 'r. a'.- eft of I : '-1 as the ckuvrth waS
A Jo. fe it 'ei rare taowu '; . .-'et"
the gPManlu T.rs ke:t t eal -------
the ranger ait4 h w'as sa i Salo4ed te CGee" s* Caswer An'rv at AWtSlta.
Captala WalJ wtle kr,- tt!& ae.: f?': Jan *-tsted4 i*ate'
ea .z.. 4Am Not & :%.t lft em t te trarck. mSad oat at tc' '..;. G.. O a:4
Uawt cot ef te* top of tte cars. 4, *.- a W*eZ.%Zday Owrn
rMg th ete Vas or m he Cali i.ty ut Nmgs rere
eft at ^* "M 0 wr~ertsuff w 17 C a &4Lhe~m tfb w ow *W
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THE TRIAL DIE OF:O. OF WE Nm
Mother Waited for Bay te Find 4lm aICRnu la
Deserter from the Army.
New York. Jan. 9.-The beence of
Bit tem Jurm .S* Far Swnl hry ..ounest s.Jon.ad another Umklwm Sckhwe SfrMadd "
note of pathos to the funeral of Mfs.
BLMary F. Sweeney, who dUd the otor l C l '
day of a broken heart. i
John was the youngest of the fram.
PREDICTIONS ARE MADE. ily and his mother's pet. A year ONLY TWO WERE SAVED' -
PE C S____ nd a half ago after his father's death. -
Ie disappeared from home, and it was
Thought that a Jury Will Net Oe *e- only after months 9f searching that Captain of the VesseI Ameng Theew
poured Before the Middle of Ne*3 the mother found that he had enlist- Who Were Leet-Disaster Oeurv
Week-Net Proceeds of the First ed In the navy. On the Tresehree Diamond theala.
Three Panela. Timrugih the ,iny department, she Was sound Per Charleton,
then dl.Wuerrotl that her boy was ill
New York. Jan. 9.--Predi'tlons in the naval ho-pital In San 'Fran. Norfolk, Va, Jan. -A brokosmes
were freely nunde at tie. beginning of, clAc). Mrs. 8eeS'a>ey wanted him at saige rorflhed here ever The United,
this, the third day of the trial of house for ('riraslni. and obtained his' States sea coat telegraph wires froe
Harry K. Thaw, for ihe killing of release by money whie ashe esat to ape Hatteraa. on the North Carolia*
Stanford White, that a jury will not t'er son '(hrirtmas came and no coast. reports the 4tranl gal Io" to
be secured before the iaiddle or the word fron him, but the mail carrier on the treacherous Dlaimoale It e
layer part of next week brought a ltoter. She looked at it an unknown saoloner out |f whowe
There were but three b worn Jurors and fainted orew of seven mem,. ve perished ad
In the box when court convened on It was her own letter returned and two were saved.
Wedaeeday mornltg,. and they repre- across the envelope was stamped tte The meerfge. whih falls to give
seated the net proceeds of the first one word "deserter." From that me. the amueo of the loot vessel, reports
three panels of100 talermen each. ment she failed rapidly until she'died, her to have been a sehooser botAe
The third and last panel of the or. the doctors nay, of a boken heart. frol lsAngSpolat, Me., to Cbarleetom,
Ignaltd 00 sunmoned, reported Wed ---- 8. C., ladea with Iseh srap.
neoday, and there was no thought that SUES POR 1.000 COSTS. The captain of the veeeel was e
It would furnish all of the material -- of the crew who were lost
needed to complete the trial, twelve. North and South .Read Sues Lieuten.
As a result, the court ordered that 300 ant Govenor Grey. "M"OOOO FIRE.
additional taleomen he tmaMoned to tlrminaham. Ala., Janr. I- report Thuredy-and Fr4 lay maoris. i eatng aftermath of the letal proeed. Large Furnitttr HoMes ODereyed In,
At the first trial. eo.io 310 talesmen Dlog of L.eitenant Governor If. New Oreanna.
were examined before a Mtlafaftory Oray against the A)outh and North rail. New Orleans, Jan. .-rre In oy-
jury was empaneled. road, a part of the Louleville and l street, ne r IbervlMe, In the bert
Nashvilloe aptein. was the ling to the of the balaeeos diatrilt, here Twao-
JAPAN TOO CONCRNBOD city osert '*ere by the South and day morlnlB caWed damage to the
North of a suit against Mr. Gray for extent it sheet N0, ite Olwe
With Other Matters to Think of an $1,000 coats story build(I 0 twledr y the W. 0.
American War. Mr. Gray. as a minority stawekholder 'rehault furaitare b -e s preetl-
Parts. Jan. 8.-A Paris paper prints In the Rotb and North. sought an in ally destroyed. Tebatet'oe took la
an Interview emanstli. It 8;.s from junction against )h loulavIlle and e'niplete loa, li4 three ether strew
aa "autborised Japenew MU." wit) Nashville. restrle1inga it from opemt. tures were damaged.
the object of bowwipI that Jafai>S a 1i the SaI0 10 the grVouas aA&l6 1 J6 -AJ N am
go absorbed with malatand of Asia that iorlty stockbhldure were b Ietna 1n ebau
war with Amelica li'lpol)ei. nored. The case wan carried to the falling glans while l1ae a valS O able
"The onMee attention of Jalpan," supreme ,ort, and won by the latUi. papers in the eate. Iier face wasa
says the Interview, "Is ocupteod wit.i ville and Nashville. In seeking the vr17ely 1u1hed.
China and Cores. wh#te developments Injunction Mr. dray executed a In I' The hse talls most heatly Upe
are occurring wichn are iving Toki) Junction 4mond of 1,0O., and ti is upti n Ir Tlehault and upo OGeorge o eO.
the greatest conct rn China has this that ihn road seeka to re-eoer the grw'e, the tner of the 1uildlang. w1hh
just dismissed a nutziber of Japanese o st of the sitit. wa Intirard (or oely 026,000.
Instructors who have leen replaced by - -- It hat not bees doenllely deter-
Germans. The Manrtiurani sitatl on OnG AT PREPARATIONS MADO. aine.i whlat wo e h camu e of the re.
is full of complicatlo.s. (China mande immediately t'- appilcatIoo of Auto Race Prom New York to Pars PINANCtAL APPAIR.
the treaty of Purtsmu ith which woul I by Osy of Alaska.
deprive Japan of the i.oss-lllity '1 t Kw York, Jan. N-q o uave Reduction ef $41.000,000 In Cah HMeO.
ereWing an eofcal io" influence. In entroitte "l f the Anierll2t Autuavll)bie i nge 04 All Natll nal Senke.
Manchuria." umwatih 'l,.iissed a remoutota ( il New V'e.rk. a -Accordilag to
WAS TRACKED FOR 5 MILES Ing thie ,esoiat*-on's help for the pro the r,,t.dy eirTIsr of the Nalteoal
.WA.-- T.ACK-D FOR -. .. ('. l t'.k. 71.U,000.000 In aah 6t41


Phenomenal Race 'wit Hounde After
escaped Convict.
ValdoetA. (*a.. Jan rThe Pheoran
enal race wade by 4 arlIe *rigns. a
negro coeeict who e caped (romw t-"
county ehalnean ndsda) and *was
captured after be.ns *hlanso fit their
ty-five miles by track bound. brt4ak
th chalngang annals
While the guar-1 -ere not wai',
tag close, rtgit n de ad break for
Nberty, aad wae san- for more than
a how before his abearco wase dl-
covered. When thl do were put
os te trek Sour boPs had elapeed.
hut the hbaede had nA tuble la pI"k.
tas up tbe lail. The trail led aiua
thareh wamps aad peae ad up al
met to the erries treaty lie, aai
thea wwerved to the Oa to Naylor.
O*.. virtes rmile sest of here.
where the qurry wa rn deown sad
captured. Coorsr 'hba by Me to
tul fight was fully 'irty-ve allee
Nave Rumwed Opwowe ne.
ftfasel. Ala .Jan -, b -Se


lauliMW andIsrbour too mIii. of tas
d"t Aftr htavlog r T.-4Oswu foeit'a
Period 41 twoeowek. no aesd epa'
sakie. Both plinas %*dmwest a
oteso ovedheafleoswdow so.m
,rOMoAsto MeM or*e wmaftn *e
M Ldme. A sw r osg dM for the
pwteft..will rm hie atallqwsot*I
$ps oreseas T ato r-mPerItyI
sgems to be d a we 1.n: that L" Aa
bows eyVertqeis a- 'I"?sa"&Or'&

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New T&4?, JaS
043.rvo"f-vwas 9401.

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samt Itibri.,twhich lit to be ruon usder
t'ho aiatucmi #ofetI-* MStnat'nofI'&rI4 60,1
ths Tiniv'. 'of New York

proper Itiraeatrfivi's $I will l140140 ait.'
411004 1d) 61' 011,121P~.1i ore'..tiit,1imft
askibig fiv? a.) t'elp $a.eVbrAt, r bto


E#ri .af ~ t iarA(r'Ifl5 art bing 'tmade
hist Iho, rsa' soul th..wet u Y ?a ve beesg
*w;40 FAf l 0e .: *yet01, Itt 1i 0 06W
slb. ftr '.I- (A!* to tgatipsoo ft It
so* e, p .41 1li a5aOn tj m erot .ffore
and Auirr~i-ata rie, wi!1 he m&4o o
SWatn (,rsafli t 'No farpe1lAstyoe?;
from Pokain tPar's .w.tfi a's a '55S hug

a"* iAntoe Reeloe.s 00"ed.
%eI P'tobewle.. (ml Jae S --4,b4e
big O4PSFRs~i~t lurs -"S market

KrsgefOs.e r~ttent A i.108-16a Wfas
aseme r~~isew1 y fbA ofto
9r, 1Tefin 0 "Iic go4 In
debt o say eltihe f,*An
.4W~fO Tli. pors-e.rtvpareditafs are
Is tue ease 1.0 b4m&t baa soesats&&
ei C 2 ItavO&& sAslMasse. Th
vale1 of tOe smeesi.toa sa 4

C40efiftg How" O hehe Mskva
(l'WTeiAad0. oes S-Ueo s
this .M..g InaPtegoeI tn Jig

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appeared between the salt for the
coad6ttles of the naitonal banks re
upondlng o last Auyuat anMt be a@C
last nIW:ni n
This inclitl*e a **t ree'artiom o
|41,1i).oo)o ln the eh hbodla gs of
all the national ang Is la the ustry
and a '!#i of I11i, 6 0A O eashb respt.
cI hy the New York City Trost easo
lunafle together with the known add&
til) toa c te irrnulilagt medium Jrtia
this plt'd. Ineltudiftng 10.6Wof f
I,1ld Inaorised froam abroad end 901.
a ,O ,'i rash reieaisJ by the USatif
States treasury


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F MIGHT CAR AS A JAIL.

Justla of the Pe~s I"wu ToYeso
Wipreflitblo.
A fltas 11eV13 1ty N J, ,Jan. 9---J *NLse
of the 'rststee C"O, .4 KIDWOO.will
%ersefter okw* W sowomblof mere sub,
D~atAAI 11to 090 OOGje' all Lsa a 4freight
par Th. e)sow* eIs a tOrrtv to mis'
Writss, and Theeday a SPeedlag O&W
et Was arrsted'.
A frimod was altoe#edto rus the
machttrae ato 40thesy to ebess me"?
to per ;b. Se a"d the motor* woo
lestad soplit a freight ea", the ,til
bee baviagsome -sp WUe do
)now* ase back frm*alsom I*
ffwsd the got Ofts khat"hem
pkito't up by a posesa Vinea
'run up Feeds. T3 awvon'at ole
06"0-4t his ibaAks f 416 is eepisIn
fte j4*oe4F.,*.


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6 44W 44AtI?'64.V C0 'tIAOF t!.,
I T ev.,ePmor~e Cvow. uftitA4 5 nit I h ''e. A.!
J" os r*. Js% S.-The pmr" mfOibor* 4~4 0 s nowMsCity i'1aeife!
'kw thoe. 6. I t01e J~ vs g wrt*4one a&4 'xato wa -1 it
M the 4r* ; *toot' do le IWsO go&p p oAs91U sOI e tem byr )aw.
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LRIDA JANUARY 10. 1908 _


d0 00 r 13M BID
OWN'?! oONDENSED

'. DU-nWs, general superintean-
SlI the Dtt o lhoephate Company,
"'IN 4 f t6 DQtton yesterday, after
I lrist business trip to this city.
S;Miss Ida Burkhlmn has returned to
agr home In this cfty, .After a pleasant
4 A to relatives and friends in Jack-
4!villeo. Mtss Burkbim proved hebo
a quite a favorite. as several social
S flUo were give la baher honor. In
S ie Florida metropolis.
Att Aorey J. A. Williams of Cedar
S7 I Ins l the city on a visit to his
tnly la North Qalnesville. Col.
WMlluasl to practicing hil profession
Sp Cdar Key, but keep his family
tMu o8 aooowvt of the superior edu.
d ileial and religious advantages
S Wiech Galaesville possesses.
0. W. de Marttinae., United States
',, p revenue s ooctor, who antes
u s home t this city, left yesterday
r Oalas, Deasellon, Aroher, Cedar
i and btmelatet point o ffmal
1IMses. lMr. de MtMrdne has been
s tha se Ses ee several years, and
i- sutoi pWalar throughout his torrn

Mr. aMd.A. J. R. Bowera of san.
N. 0i a. ithe city, guests of
a irspo Haoumo. Attr. ad Mrsn.
re ogtly marritd la
s M ad wil winter Ia
MerUms, sF r t Ists city. wh*ot
Mr. Bwerel is well known, and whose
I Mled will be glad to welcome hia
S M o hi1 charlad g wife,
W. IL DbOlis, a traveling man now
cMlf Atlants, but who is
;"Sokes and popular in
am 4Ib oni @ pat yesterday tn
ty. Mr. Dobbins i representing
Dael Millar & Co., wholesale notions,
Ualtimoe, and bas established a fine
&4de throughout this section on ao-
eOtnt of it personal popularity.
Mr'. anad Mrs. L. A. Jernigan are at
%home ApW. a after eral days pleas.
eatly spent with the family of Cap.
Olan B. W. Fontaln. Micaoopy. Mr.
Jernigal a bas i ladisposed for some
ae with la lppe. eta..'but friends
Will be glad to learu that he fools now
petly improved In health, and has
esmedo his duties at the store.
Dr. M. H. Barnett of Phillipaburg.
It. J., and J. P. Polk of uaston, Pa.,
have arrived nla the city. and will
Spend th next few weeks here. Both
estlemei art enthuslastle sportsmen,
so Oem* ever winter to this section.
4here they onjoy the hunting with
their friend, Captala J. Maxey Dell.
Prieade are glad to welcome them
ere aotn.
A. J. Kennedy of the Euat Coast is
In the eity on a visit to his mother,
Mrs. C. Kennedy. Mr. Kennedy.
S who to well known here. Is now coou
acted with the brid e construction
department of the PFlorida Cast Coast
railway, and lp holding a responsible
as well as lucrative position. His
friends here will be glad to learn of
his aeesesa.
Mrs. B. P. Taylor and TI. L Lamb
eof Dramswlek. Oa.. who have been
here for the past few days as guant
of relatives. Mrs. Roa Waters. ao.
*ompamled by WlUaco Waters, have
guno to Hicman., where they will en.
jeo a hunt with W. T. Waters. Mr.
S Lamb il very fond of shootln,. and it
is s aid that he has quite a reputation
S a a mnarksman.
W. H. Camp and son. Clarence.
Sformerly of AlbIoa. where they were
S-oateasiMvely engaged Ia miting of pboe-
ladbg at Ooatl were In the city
yaterar. They were e roteebomea
S IO Aaeheta. where they have been
Sa bugimaea deal or Ithe puast two


r O am. They are antlU e
\ ggi l tho te, sate- of paetbate
' Mv1. T. I &. Barr. the Methodtst
dvise Meoese who was transfer
e at te mst eoaftee ro m MIcS.
:9. o is th* ety. and yesterday
a at The o %aem reewtaig
we l thbetle. Mr. Barr statoee
thbt while e regretted maturay to
bave yI ehab e at Mtamopy etrewl.
S b he felt thai ho had -ltom am
S etis" la htos sew appltat Lt. as
the people woe mo ktad a himself
S a fatdr.y o a the gdest of Rev
T J Ntxoe w hlr.
8 I. and Wal er L. Twerw. two
wli.kmown sleeMas o the Lakeo
S VleVr Mo. twee aNi thee0 who
qmpit )rslery wad i thia s l ty.
Tb reirW hrk.vy as 8 0 Wid Is
wir m a te MeenRay amd Toy.
but Utle dmasa. s the i tW @w

ama* The thara as a aru wer wo
Itie&. whtoisk rew e .l oi
Me ~w bs*
h *7 7


Lmat Peeled Foot Was L U
Dlw Flesh--ad to Use Crutches,
asd Doctors Thought Amputation
NcMsar Montreal Woman
Writs of Cure Seven Yars Ago

BELIEVES UFE SAVED
BY CUTICURA REMEDIES
"I have been treated by doto for
twenty-fve yards for a as ae of
easmea on my leg. T They their best,


SLEEP FOR BABIES
R t 1 W Mediwe.
mtant r d efhalep for
g= It baE es, and n rtired.







of such velocity as to case great
damage to vegetation.
Mrs. Hitch, for some time one of
the popular and efficient milliners at
the store of The o. W. Hyde Com.
pany, has gone to Baltimore, her old
home. where she will spend a vacas.
tion. She is well pleased with this
action and expect to return In plenty
rbf time for the spring opening. Dur
itg her vacation she expects to keep
well posted on the various coming
style for the spriag. with the result
that the customers of The Hyde Comr.
pany will get the benefioof It.
Mrs. I. Wh Wideman of Det.aAd,
who has bee ln Micanopy for the
past few days. having been sumnaoled
on account of the illness of her
mother, Mra. Edwards. arrived In the
city yesterday. Friends will be de.
lighted to learn that the patient's con.
ditlon has so much Improved that shes
tois up again, and that she experts t
arrive in Oalneaville within the next
day or two, when she will be the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Edwards.
While here Mrs. Wideman will also
be with Mrs. D 0. Edwards.

All the World
le a stage. and I allard's 8now
Uniment plays a most pronmient part.
It has so superior for rheaatism. stiff
)oInats. cuta. spralns, and all pains.
Buay It. try It and yo will always
ua It. Anybody who has uae Bals-
lards e ow Lalp t is a living proof
of wha t oes. By a bewet. e,
se aad 11.00. Solt by W. M. )ohtm

Balpou t Wi m-ano ket otr.
A mei metlag of the Mlteilenary
Itealet of the rir t a attm Chures
will held at the ure at o'clock
thiet atrAeom. There wis be bual.
amA of it le and a full Maftad
ame. to dolr4.
MRS. J.3 WAINWRIOHT. Pres

P8lt CURDO IN TO 14 SAVYS
PAXO nI to guargataed o,
Game anr of It tag la4.A t lmed-
A er P ru--e P-0 t0o to H daysi
ra Ptmeeo os0rm N


SerN
"DANGEROUS FISH.
Ways of the Green Moray of Bermuda
and the Devilfish.
uhen one speaks of dangerous fish
the first that come to wind are the
shark and the octopus. But neither of
these is really formidable to flsber ,e .
The abarke never attack a boat and the
etoepus very rarely.
A much worst creature than either, A
shark or octophs is the devildlsb-a
large ray that is common In the warm
waters of the Atlantic. This fish
grows to a weight of a too and a half D
and. besides formidable teeth, Is | rm
ed with a horrible barbed and poisoned ---
spike In the t#il. It has often been Gives rest to the'stomach. For Indigesion,dy.pape $1a a -.. ,
known to ttaek eat tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, pUffd st aM e ir

the buy known as Aransas PassTe.-j a^g F Sa
ead In an one of thea sh ish In ilslam l h- t- h te A prompt reif
as. The brute towed them eighteen a
miles out to eu sad very near ly upset I A@&I -am
the launch. It was twenty-five feet SOLD :) BY .A ITL DEUC3: "8 0T S
long and weighed 3000 pounds. .,
A very nasty customer Is th green
moray of Bermuda. This rather re -
sembles a coesr oeo, but is green in A a-erp ---
color and erlage beyond any fish that
swims. An English marine oicr, f ishBT- A E. E. VOYL" ,r.
lg off BermWd a yea or two ag t o, 1 0
edt large slpelmen and began to "
It in. Abstraets of '*it sed full formation fualdlsed relardinc landi s g I he s eea. Our
His negro boatman, his eyes startag master hbasa ved is eleoounsty1 yeans Wad is thoroughly ooverastwiqlq
with fright, a ged him wildly to cut
the line. Tbu/ocaer at first refused.
but when bi saw the ash turu oun Itel
and with a crunch of saw vdged teeth- ..
bite a largep4eat out of Itp own odyrJ
bite lare tlh out of ito own I.. FIRE, ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSU ;CL
he (tame to the conclusion that It wo -
not a nice thing to have n au tanll -iReoreenntln a number of promisent American sad g* --
boat. Real Estate and City Loans. GAINESVILLE, FLA.
The swordlslh is t dangerous era .
tlure. wortllsh are enught fur thl , _____ _________
sake, of their oil and de flno | v1.ialy
along the Atlantic coast of the United APtf faffrfAI f ldB A f A
States. They are harpooned li the
same manIwrliwhich w bnltb used to0
killed. (Juliet enough until attack
ravi ng oad ,Lights with uontc If You Are Insured.
ferocity.- Ldndn Anewors.
I u a Company& hat ti Repoui.ble, Have a Polis o)Uorroilt 0
MAKE THE STOMACH WORK. 04 Wroitte i% h L .1serality of Poley Conirae as.. !t.e 4otupeay

Indigestion Can Never be Cured byY
Mollycoddling.
Don't try to cure your stomach You Are Assur ed
trouble by coaxing, fussing, dieting%
and mollycooidling. Make the organs That to serious los scan overcome you without you have some 4
work. If it cannot take care of the refuge.
food you eat without comWlaints such
as flatulence, Indigestion, headaches, *
and the feeling of fullness or distrem V,0VI
make its muscles work by using L ,MI-iid t and li s
o-as stomach tablets. NoIe bus Reliable Companies RepNeented.
The time to treat a disorder or No'butRibloCompaniesRep euted.0
weakened stomach is when you be %
1in to suspect that you have indige. A M. N 1
tion. or the suspicion wW turn to IM 9WA
Certainty very soon. The heartburn, information cheerfully furnished. GAINF,8VILLE.FLORM0)A
the flatulence, the coated tongue and 0
heavy and dull filing after eating -- -'.P'a
that ome occasionally after you eat _
too much of something that does not
agree with you, can all be cured by i

Try a 50-cent box of MI-ona on (0
J. W. McCollum & Co's. guarantee of


money back It It does riot do all that
is cilamed for It.
Welsh by Extraction.
In Lonriti, ilotlotir., ), otn~ ':w Jn.ti h.
for. ol, wn ~ s '. iIt''r izen-ru ,!: a I I%..
fort h.e P v. ia 4'.11n'dm tl et(Ii,*-,'Ia--
Potietla 1n:.'-. e wr. t In t~oi vaiw:t '
he twik4 'p % ery atro-nai. 'l *v 'ton i-
rallier Sfoae *I 10-s I ,~,a.Iii the Ill-


t~~~~.1- of ? : ~ I II# ac~ lrc it. n'n -nv
cxii hi. '' *'c ~.iit11, It Vi'Ii a to

11114 alpsItt-1, q;fI)CIC7 too .11 ua t o 14111~.1 t
:tl OU ktit, w
"Well~,well-1." nrepliehdthe Judu. w

mAY call YtQu a Welshmian by oxtric
ti"n... Londoin Th it-Sta.


CATOR IA






Oft Wef orkgo e smendse.
NOW e.k*. Joan 5 -4%0 woe CC
the irsro -"' n'isarke o'wlay row
Ufttt#. III'? !,"VprWINestkae lof tsbeIt
.1W V *! ,--"owe, a a @ to -i k fh
Walurv t' of V, ROCke~ftler L,'t
tow ?B 8.1 -Ih* Q cstar eZ)IOW i-
Ite 0wort


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STATIONS

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..w. .Duow PaIk.....
Mayo Juancon .....
.. Hmpton Sprin ....


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pSu
PM
Arrive
4 3D
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Lv G0
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Coneeton 1ale matLowling Park for all trains tosabd from JNve Oak s&M ?eu,. sWt&I
ItO.. &D4~.'' J.&c'Itlof for Mayo. Altoin and aill lntermfj&e IKlae ints.
Fo.r Inf..rnwot 4 .f 4to o*osneeMonwith enberllone. 'pbouc or oslas Gqneral h wsos
Aicro I houp 14' I-ewi8QnhwJaieOIag4.L
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R. C, DAVIS COl JlckMnhu I.


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I THE DAILY SUN:

OF BAR A8soCIATION. -r
e -L1 *PROMINEMTrPHYStqAI
8 1R te1 for Ensuing Year.
IMMiportance Dlscussed.
t Ittor tane isuon o sed Endorse Our Cod Liver Prep
$Ur Aseiocation was held tion, VinoL
t CoL W. W. Hampton Many of the most eminent pl
afternoon, which was well clans are now prescriblug Vinol
as there wa a great deal the most satisfactory cod liver i
e @at1 Importance to be trans. aration. Thus it is fast supersea
b l if, the election of offl. other forms of cod liver oil and e
0 1,e 4esuing year. sione.
.ZeJ tb was called to order by W. N. Rand, M. D., o( Evans M
oo*M l Hampton, after which the N. Y., writes: "From personal xj
of the sessloa was taken up, ence, I am able to appreciate the
S beingM election of officers for ue of your cod liver preparation,
ageg year, which resulted as nol. I have used it and prescribe
ftl*" : largely during the past eighi
jdige Syd L Carter, president; months, and I want to say that V
I r Matheson, vice-president; is all you claim for it and more."
4, R. secretary and treaurer. Dr. Bonchelle of Thomasvtlle.
ISer.L Hampton and Horatio Davis a physician well knou n In the So
m ie eleted U additinal members writes: "I use Vinol in my tamillY
Sthen outive committee, the offl. in my general practice with most
CSr of the association comprising a cellent results for bronchial and
art of Uth committee. monary troubles and to cre
The matters of revision of the fee strength."
il and revision of the by-laws were Another physician writes: "I
4dausmed, and a motion prevailed satisfied that Vinol derives its l
tt a committee be appointed on derful li fe-ilvin....I. .......h-


1*&. ampv A--


as

IAM

Ibyol
Rlas
pnrep.
dimg
=al

dills.
Veri.-
Val.
Vi-
ed It
Lee.
tooll

Ga.,
)Uth.
and
t O-
pul.
"ate

am
woo-


ea&h. The committee will be appointed ing power from the medicinal urative
S a later date. I elements found in the cod's liver. It
The question of certain matters is the most satisfactory strength
Selderal legislation was also brought creator and vitalizr for old people.
., and discussed with a great deal weak women and delicate children
t aterest. As a tatter of course this which it has ever been my pleasure to
w b a 1losal nature, affecting Gaines. prescribe.-
-Ue Is particular, and It was moved The reason that Vinol has such rem
at & oumIttee be appointed to con. markable curative and strength-creat.
ta' with Congressman Clark in the Ing power is because it Is made by
Siu sT. a scientific. extractive and coscentrat-
Attorneys Thom. W. Fielding and J. Ing process from fresh coda' livers,
'. Adtins were admitted to member, combining with pe'ptonate of Iron
aft of the aochiatlon. (which Is a needful constituent for the
Alter discussing a few other mat- blood) all the medicinal, healing and
ter, lInterest to the association, the bodybuilding elements of cod liver
esta g adjourned until February 3, oil, but no oil
-whtn it is expected that the reports We ask e',ry person in Gainesvllq
of the committees will be ready, and who is in nei'd o f such a medicine to
-"possum an' 'tiArs" will be served. try Vinol on our guarantee to return


money If It falls to give satisfaction.-
Baracca Entertainment. W. M. Johnson, l)ruggst. Gainesville.
Oa last Wednesday evening the Florida.
Uaptist Baraccas entertained the Phi- -__ ---.--...
Hthel a class at the home of Mr. and MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC.
Mrs. Robt. McClellan.
It was an ideal night or such an The Club Will Have Another Re-.
ReorAiI. Both classes were well hearsal Tonight.
ted. There were four inter r ars f the Ganesvlle
glig and amusing features of the. f
'ting; athatofiing eatrtnrof Musical and liramatic Club will be
vepitca, that of finding paartners. 'held Friday tonight) at 7:30, at the
4ekriptfon contest, a drawing conte .ouse of r 1.Richds. All
'-d last but not least appreciate'd,th,. houie vot, Mr' nowbichards. All
latest arond the punch ibowl. ithet now been cited
The prise of the evening were wi and each mineiib r is requested to
by Miss Julia Bunch in the descrip- ring iI hii r h-r '-ewre, so that we
"dm contest, and Miss Maude Fieldingmay ha all opI arranged and
MJ the drawing contest. firmly lu'i ii, the order in which
thfey appeo;r IIIt h oth eOl-ra.
Meettn Medical Assoiation. Th os- iI Ile' coiio were original-
The Medical Association held itsly gi. .,oul e. ir,. unable to at-
resglar meeting in the office of l)r. te'd. h.hbit elirn them. .a new.
4)yd L Carter Weduesday evelloig. Inea1,1**,r1 h.- t**. 11 frequcty with.
at wMIo matters of interest to the ot a ,'e,. cv l<) to the' f.t that thea
fZsateriMlty were discussed. While the editiou ;- lii;tl the preparation
meettng was not as largely attended off aith., invol',' a great deal
s it might have beeft. own4g to the of exa tin l.'r and It in to be hotied
fask that some of the members werethat Aioli4. rj.
la diposed. wille others were detain. Th,, n t for a t y. espec, l.
ed on account of professional work.,t; ,,,t,, ilnor' t voice, tmand
the meeting proved a moc satisfactory)' r11 h,. t' Ihomn an iitimatk u
l (if a d.air'- ., join ix made will bring
'lthe' ( Inal_-. the i attention of the
~ afI~l A cluZb ,t' %a ill arrange, If
le,, snc f,,r .lriate rehearsals to
re7lile t'o1.i, r i inembern to catch up
THE wtm r..- already been accom


MYSTIc RANsGE


bI Ek4zw0u-


In-i-TrUE

We have wl them Thr-, Y.arw
sad know what they a.


SUES S~ A


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MeFM


NEW PLEASURE RESOAT.

John Chesser Introduse ew Feature
In- alnbeville Spori.
Thenaewest and. most intereettg
resort at present Ina ainesville of an
athletic sporting nature is the box
, ll alleys on ast liberty street.
next to the Gaineaville National
Bank, which have just lren Installed
by John Cheser. The resort was
opened for the frst time Wedaediy
evening, and all during the. evening.
and Thursday and Thursday evening.
were crowded wit an xious aNd en
thuslastic players.
Box ball Is a new aesture of athletic
amusement here, a&-4 is destined to
take well. While the game Is played
on the same pring~pal as. ten-pins, the
exercise, while sufficient, is not so se-'
vere as to cause that sorenoe brought
on by bowling, which gives the boxi
ball a great advantage.
Mr. Chenser propomee latr to install
pool tAbles, and will conduct an up-to-.
date place in every way lie will have
special afternoons- devoted to ladies.
and altogether the placed will be con-
ducked on a most relined scale.


A SERIES OF LECTURES.

Mrs. M. McKinstry Will Lecture in
Advent Christian Church. "
Rev. Mrs. McKinatiry of lIchferd,
Vt., will begin a seri.si of nine lec-
tures at the Advent tChrl-tlan church
on Bast Main street, Stuinlay, January
lth, at 11 a. m.
The speaker will trace the history
of the world's four predominant em-
pires., beginning with Btabylon, Sun-
day morning. Subject of the lecture
Sunday night will be "The Medo-
Persian Empire." Monday oeve lg
the subject will be "The Grecian
Empire." Tuesday evening she willl
take up "The Roman Empire," which
will be continued under varlot4 phases
for several evenings.
At the close of each le4ure Mrs.
McKJultry traces the prophecies fore-
telling the great event, of history, add
thereby establishes the accuracy-of
prophecy.
No admission; seats free. and those
who misa hearing this lady- will miss
one of the treats of a lifetime.

DEATH OF MRS. QUINN.

Well-Knewn Lady of This City PaMed
Away at Her Home In Memphis.
Information has been received In
this city of the death of Mrs. Pat
Quinn, which occurred at her home in
Memphis, Tefn., IModay.
Deceased was forty-dve year of
age, and was a stelor of Mrs. X. A.
)avies of this city She was yell
known here, having visited Mrs.
Davies on several rcaskms. and had
many friends here w ho re'grl eexceed-
lngly to learn of her death.
Mrs. Davlen wai notified of the'
critical uilless of 0. r sister, and Irft
Immediately for her bedside. btA was
Intercepted by a tol*gram at Macon.
(Ga.. announcing her death.
The remains w- ri taken, tI Mv.
Intyre. Ga., where- t'y were Interred
by the side of th. usbabd of da-
c-ased. The funeral -1 attended by
Mrs. DMavie wh i attil toIn Mcintyre.


~.l. e.1 I CADtWALLiADER. I A CeenpliffeceES9 HOP-

DR tCROW'S LECTUREtth ls meh~e g.i
_____ boom rof Mtsaw-A L'aiss Uvifi am4
Spoke to Fuir Audience at Publk AU"i Ballck, t"o. 9ou 1
School Audit;PrOI mYesterday. b" of Omis t %hbs rtya
ta .Crow, of tho e tc.gmelmot t etI hsrtwee YOM.
of~ ~ ~ ~~~~~s M4 'ci~l~gW lde a'bees th'e fCIpateoof ="I
of jang~m, Uu~volKII urof emnides. whichthey appreciate
norida rtroviordin%4 to 4PIMr~bitin-rt. de- They are pinsmW 4 OWthat daSUft
% vr.Is-c'turo- Tbunureda~ft-rno~ubickh mu" aUALd~mier e~ver-
caldloiilum of the' (;&1nefcriile wbWsad their irlibe&01honOre
iced 1HO B eShool. taking S to ow'a

C'. rcwurm, ctIii n tu" t'alte states."
Cr TC ~e getlmas ofr*RedAPPE.AXiPVOLD
.'dc'th' Ind his rsmmba avon thWe
is.l e rsed r alw gthe hw U ma go s O .8sv s eteu1

h-ard '1'. "urture Wee's veY much h-ftIm&W fSIO~eeo"mati
;e.a"iand felt that tbphey il .Is a Vto m ev40vaftItaw. a
ft b ~icto baswb roV-
Apoa o~saI f hLW r
Delogh t~ut C ~r d PetY. Who Pa st Iob
aj-. :gbtfv1 L ont lW bP gddipart0 &9%.00 f rI t- 9
t~ t'.n). of M rs. IJ, UWIf&&Thu' Uwhvsea WSW 69hfeldo

A,. tbo pleamur. f dm 15podeumb55 a- ~0*chalf.a&vow
bae ibe wa as fsVOIM ut
'V.4440 be s. fAlep it- 04bn'. 1.WmW'"t. c

~'~**- -.ai.tabls. 7%4eP"3141WO
to ~ i Mrs jackjb- maa a $4

eec- ~~ ~ J IL madt a a te lm

t"Iia WOOLvtEmr.___,: '


hT~~ V0 O


THE SHOE RASP.
Ones Pamilisr, It Took It* Departure
With the Pegged shee.'
"IVMow mnsy o' the fainlllarly usle
things of the pren st d1oy that we anow
consider as iudlipensable." said the
amikdle aged lai. "will ia due time lx
supltlanted by still letter means,. just
as so many (iner familiar Iblngs of the
past have been?'
"YTo take. for instante. ea shoe
map. Therv vne n time when no dhoe
store emkid hnWe got along without a
Shto. rnap ltlt in what obe store
would you find a saho resp las usi now?
"Tbhe sho rasp was con~monly at
tachbel to me cnud of a short counter
that In Inm't ehoe stores tIod at the
front endl it the store, thq counter up-
on which abose were done up. It was
cast iu the form l an lulIsole of a
sho,. slightly rCv* said having the
rasp grooves ecut on Its conve side.
Attaslird to this rasp on Its eornave
sl a Wla.a stout stel rod shout a
fix In tleith whirc was set upright
In a stont wuNode n loM' k Arnly attach
eel to the counter r


of d ft de



IHE _______



At the Clea of business De. 31,

Condensed from Report t the Otate
Cemptreiler Des. 1I, t17.

RESOURCiKS
Leans and doeunts ...... 1,3181M
Due flm banks and W'nk'rs 187.~04M
Real estate. .............. M W--
Overdrefts ............... 9WM
CaO in vaultt........... MIs

Total .......... ...... M 01MO 7
LIAIILITIlk


Capital .................
Undivided pretll .......


o here we haid a stoutly anchored' pest ....
'r1`s1 In a nierly hnrlisutsal |MIitlUoU and
whit I tsiuting fatte up. a rasp ovr Total
whil, ti ,,'- wouldd draw a shoe In surb,


a mnnie'-r as to ring the Isedkle of the
sl, IC r,1at1,-t with it maiI with wbhirh
you r tild rane p thanMghly every part
of the In.I' ,1f the sole of t00 sbues.
ItI I whit l1il yoi want to rasp the
II.'h41. ,1, t1e a4it fCrt VWbhy. to clear
It o'f I'es thst might 1E ail t prnbbly

pere |m'ggee Tbo %soles were pegg|> 'l
on Oib sle. upprsw with woo.le I e r*pr
wh ih were of ihb.tt the shapell --iii
als- #off ,ih lai| t at th* m.le *I *
as p1iit01 1 e l t ult ly one etl

ralh lli-! ntiiuii ,fe In. '11 t ,e ic i
pivrol t nt,. 1mie' or **** "a Il'I~ iry In
h ''tir *'o.4 I > ,OW>II of erl r oas
fowrtnil i- ii i ti r for Isr*"i or loirtio y


-III Blow. fin-;gsvtl alp" Owr.e "elus m
tso a i.%.0 114r.ek I- as Va I t"'gU111hehh4 'S. In
pOe4o' 011.Its ts". 4" lo 1w shueeiuwt wa"so
tta T' 1" 0. IPO *00 iIstit,. low sh w eejiel6
% !1.0r ".'0'h,1e1 011'r it.with hi.
yosti.. f'iei.' ts. lofty a $A .br cb-w's- feer
)oj.tI 14 i, lo. tt 14l1elsae-tb fwhre
tOw lava A'sve. -Avoi 31wl" a p1*11 f
a&*buse te wo*w. eiml'ed lfar hi..,the
asOthei deslar. 1 usdiI)ke *aftto -
sot AliTthepOW, Mwee'sleyu?&Ad tie
ibw baler wiedmm ~eaM& Vk.
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I-wefthe pnm ep a pow*1SG


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1. M. I) r. apbhier of The Dei
too Ilank, lo senaly swear tha the
above statement Ie true to the bes of
my knowledge and belief.
I. Da TUIRNIR. Olaher.
lubecribed and swarn to before m
this Ulhet. 1W. .10 II. P. ROIINION.
Notary Pule.
Correct-Attet: II. P. DITTON, I.
0o NICHOUI, a 0. ROOMt. DIre
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fields of the Sunny South. Its basis
is the purest refined cotton-seed oil. It
is pure, healthful, and makes digestible,
nourshing food. Itf is
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so outsd, of Je,&-o.
doe rsoe and #eVthe ksaw U
eadtamifr buth'kntcto u0
lackosvlll. and theyam Z
udafiedwith S..abr TaiINtwo.He
has a way Of hlg'tha a
oouplihlshee ri1, s40 ~stwx 00n, 0
of aman Use Poo* le ued7tWsINq

,oThediupereee peowles lewto e'
persomme.sm0"u ~bed~ifiulty he *p
srtlAg uu-p.wstotbjis#


anolso sa hrItbe bom via
nam" otsmWKAdE E I l.


c W MA ROeWtmo" to MOt
S In Vql| a Jamnry 14-15.
nia e hereby notified
10 the annual
l of W to bbl held
te Vaolsta ~4ufM ry 14th and 16th.
AS f .orneasatlons, farmeri
aid Vs lampa who feel an Interedt
in protecting olt taple industries and
lathe dev ant t pad upbuildins of
OaW wupmse 4are cordially tn' Ited
= hteBd, as baay gaNtions of vital
ttb our ettoW Interests will be
**e~.d. A bt#r financial arrange-
m de (or tAlprqtection ot our
6utt~.Hte Im t of acreage to be
pipl"mT d vay othat questions and
Pais wll bI'deussed. All assocla-
t" are send in the
d1t to thle uM o 1oa to this meet-
0a9 where thMy will be officially re-
4 for. 'Boards of trade and
e %a i amsodaisos are invit-
do ri, t od the m oeetin.
AipUlM iIe l beem mad" for re-
' bmo all rallroads on the
^^yI~w^ pNBIe


so tafer e see p- e 0-D w om8 w '' AVT JORDAN, Pres't
toWtio 4 P. 0. W BLL, Secy.
sn of the n eapols oy Je Agre to Settle.
m a...e there do o" r 105 Ce*l. A, b., Jan. $.-John D.
'-edle 1 hasa greed to settle tie
U$ s o f5tw or d rr- *LM. Th Par"Idot tI rspoted to bw stat egalbst hib by Mrs. Martha Con
M ea M Janary S. talkd 'W ue ovterryZ TrftA R t for $2. 5,000, a Chicago woman.
O_ _.. 1soet.lo of .e. .s I .e.m..M.- o-lo wb# ows the Saunders hotel bul.it:il
Pay the priatr Pi l meve your Mrarohll b1114 ea thMs ltaphi sI at SiU Buperlor avenue, N. W. Mr
slee-t you ag unable lo td a e rrObadoe, an heir of the late P. L.
1- v h.5 thie bus" pouad of Johasoa. sue4 Rockefe:elr, charging
'Try a 6,0 i AVwi if the sno""r bAs't forgetim t twat t. oxesavation for the big Rock.
abt haltOf shJL n O prover ab & S p< I"N I Mejg j4fell y' ky:;ap*r had unJermnlcd t:,c
IM to bait of dlee be 0 do lu hM b hotel bul'ding. Mrs. Cowles's artor
S-_____* a e l ney' told Judge Ilcwpy that Mr. Rock
'= Oetlter had ir'eed to set Ie. The car
The Jape are said tomave m ma&de a u was passed to February 8.
Map of Portland, Orel. It would G -m--
have bee cheaper to bur a ndeto lt bolptlm 110o e' e RU.neb% Th4r Wve.
__.__ semJwen.ly edittlone reala at aj.GTJa n.'9.-aT t word
--- ---- --om Irp,- don't r id ieaor but of a gmlBner ld4wards, of Atlanta, be.
Off saffoerla from grip, don't ride fo10e I 3ath, was aomesage to hl s
,-A Wah i ll)! be ta k for leethan al a s WO 1 b 4ll ath. was a, metvage to hl.
lldo eo street ears." ays a phyi s a the last of C-ilef 'nglnee
ila. Nor under the, nor t ou Of at p tome Uwil bes ts a S,pbl t Wp b re he lost consclousaae
. i_ e n a a were scalded. The for
Ktng Alfonso sets vine meal a day. .*-o udled at Hiram, Ia., and tre let
Perhape there i no ar n the l W. H M as so tf shortly after he reached Atlanta.
orld the avwrage hobo Ies as he opp hfor re election at reee
- Ats. but It Is d by those who Adlm t Yeung Wie 'Admitted to Bond.
, ==be on tp *tide* that the Madmiltrs HUtslIb, Ala., Jan 9-Mrs. D. W
The a11ltruat PrelMeat Roosevelt Uo fares will 0mo "seem the 0oa OCloud, tboryyouo woman who was ar.
has noNedetd In "buatml" le the "In sent of a tW o make the re who rested toi Btrilibarm for eloping
bi We Trust" ftormely plaed the Is mresn l a e 1 w14V M" tham Mr. from tis city t.h R. F., Wyle and
MS gold coin. ' ~ lt. hi a be, 'boroaght here to'ill, will be admitted
d. -" - to boad. Mr. Cloud's anger against
On Saturday a Balti ore man cor. We publh I to I lae. for the his yount wife Ies aid to have abatel
Itted suicdei by hantl bl himself on bos*t Of the 1 olnaoS am* be anxious to get her out of
a ilboard. Perhaps he believed toknown as the "I0 n OrdinaC" her trouble.
This ordlmee has ever bees pub.
d. lished the number of ti -re*qud How to Avoid Pneumonia.
O0e of the current magasinee hua by the city hartwe bpt It not prob' Tou oa avold umoola and other
a article on "What Lobbtersa a asywabl" that1 nyt w"? l owt Isetr, i0 s wi mMl from a cold by takIng
hay chorus girl can tell you. If you le l.ty _ BPo' 3ad Tar. It stops the
eat carn to buy the magazine. angh snd expels the cold from the
1Ther woald seem to be jo rfatew V "yh as It Is mildly laxative. Re.
When a merchant .. frightened why the (ovrnw lst should b6t o&& fetagy It the genuine in the yellow
bomt the adequy and tfrlhtelene pt eSWUfld ch cks on reepolble paw J. W. MoCollum & Co.
About the au1 pu c dues, sttead -at
8y of big adverUeln4--that 1a what Ik I_ I*- P O du, hiiai el
it of his alerd -thbt ." isthe Prwett pla en beoif g e fleld Enters Pisl qf Not Guilty.
mi. bNl phe bt legl kM NoO York. Jan. 9.--P. Aurgust
a c' thep. -- -e110 e,9. who was arris-ted Tuesday
Owi.n to th. created co.t of The .,*o""tht, thm itwt h _ob ed'with the o..ver-crtiy o
white paper and other eapease The fosterse o being 11 t g1 g while *resident of the Mer.
Plorda Agricultturist ha changed pub. -of la the ew ide of the RIp4blpal ea= National hank, has entered a
ileatton of weekly to monthly Issues. railrogd machbin that Goveor Cu.l la not gullty whea arraisged be.
A.Imn has so right to asepte toe6 en e judge ChatsseI, la the United
About the flBt of next June several oed4 Senator At1leon. kU eo t.
Republicans will refuse that their - _
Presdeattal boonrs only make work air. "Gas" Addteks Is said to be
lor eleria who look aftri the preme clip about to enter an active campagl for i
POWa the Detlaware governorship. This Ia
calculated to relieve the last OevM es 8ee*
Is Mr. Carnegie ge ta to be a of a money str)ang ry In that oc'aty.,
ttghtwadT" Hip charity for a year ou.. Ol..d
esoanta to a paltry .000,000., while The crookedeet ralilr lan the
Mt of Mr. Rockefeller amount up to world is beang built ia Cbtoerls."
s*AOW.000. "ays The Loso ANel.. Rspeas. Is
---- this Mr. Harrtman'iq udaertalg or
**ne hundred ramad new S* gold that oe *e amMitouW rival? r
pleaet Oan yo IMast a puettler I 1- 7 W1 ag41011f .
ll?'r ask. The Atlaesta Osorgta. "m- dois a a *I Qeft Q
0eMl One uidred brend now "I CaNb.' r slrs Dmv ft Why V
OM P*iees.asI t a tm wee'lse o ef thoes-
SM=----= thae ads elet Tom Lavwon pra
A Pnasylvasata 14 e si "No Ides dot fuir fT *
ft 09 wg worikh .SLOW If hie s
bosr to a surried as he wil have Stats or OF os C.t or Taum%
Sfte wearsir the with ome Ihea LecA. Cerrv. {
hNt be toll his te t arg the 4P10 J3. 1"y mob9 h t ,
c.+ daye. he so sier pPtue o1 ao Arm of F.' l--S- il """ m
.- Ce- & Ca. dabs b the 1^ U M* O
Te TiOe. I. h tha I o i es t or. .
therer to wuno prospect iisg aaiti d tht se Arm wU wa the
wilI b docted4 In A~~" t thect of on" 1a-he.seo w as so ]Sk

sam. It, dutes. d% 4'* n4 Vot e Io.rag . Ae A J. Cm iIN A
hinaw. I!tin my prusie. thin h 1
-""--1 4 h 1s, A. W.


the e.an tnrt they Vt have to P JI.C (IRlT 0o0le. $T1OD io &
stand he (h tka of that d W sad
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Endorsed by the general PUBLIC as the3$
Children s Group and Whooping C
It contains Nothing Injurious. The action of B4telH -
hound Syrupis mild and benign,it is adaptedtolafattsaSwdl
adults of every variety of temperament and conel titios
Read This Remarkable TestiliaL
MRL L.W. 1LAS, kCWrWalan pt-"
mn We pcued a bottle of Ballarde
t redhim. He is now well man, but lwys
In the house and think t as no eqdal fir O .
Eaw sto T a* tow Cm*J cFot
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--the distinction of
| iiWtry Club house
with any slmilar
P' 4W@ State.

Ts.l ,0' .l0 y one cargo of phos-
Oma from Punta Gordal
"'. o* f December. There
*i* vine-third of the,
i phoWphate usually shipped
lyd~y that port last year.

Section of Dade coun.
i l e .. to be In a most pros.
The usual acreage
I *l +4Ibe planted and the tour.
i Ms.ja 1pa In In larger numbers
am bi Myar.

VWi p i rlld on last Friday to be
m a *jiSM sport in the turpentine
0s611I fa 6*weloped into what proam.
-f to be amftdy and persistent ad-
Mae T7hr9 was an advance in
i of 7e In three days.

Bapitre t lrt house door in Dade
I.ty Shnr Sturkle destroyed a
nib' t bottUbd whiskey which
ad .. S, 4Iated by the authori-.
Ie, b the broken bottles in a
bee hse just outside the door.

Mietakera or a burglar, Pearlie
ie 6y, a well-known young man of
laeoko lll, was shot and killed by
di *r0 eomts, August Poppell. The
ortflgMe tragedy occurred at 738
weeat fAM street, where both par-


The aorndas ast Coast winter pas-
amger trains will carry no express
it exprjes ars. This Is the first time
hat this bWa ever been done. TN ex-
re w betoees Miami and Jackson-
ife is to. be handled by the through


The Toang Men's Christian Assocla-
Io=* Jacksonville have let the con-
rest for their new building, which
i 1 be lve stories high and fire-
roi. TirVW& of construction will
*Ige gorn sad will be rapidly pushed


PI tnag In the neighborhood of
%ItUavBe bas been quite good for
oe time past. Among those who
a good etches of fiAsh Is Fred
lauml, whvo, In eight months caught
00,0AN lset. which netted him the
Ice itte sw of $1,600.

Hm Cha-p Clark of Missouri has
coeeeed the Invitation to be present
t the fral opening of the Florida
lid.Wimtgr aternamtonal Exposition.
ad the dblpgulsbed Democrat, a
sure of m st$ standing. will make
me of the ope-tog addresees.

Prom wortS submitted, the St.
ugsmthe B Society has ac-
omp-d-" -5i-good work In the
ast lere, loag to the suppreasson
paremy to Ia&mals, and the society
rill. oetiea to prosecute its humane
rork i Me year Bow opened.

Phl .ae e 1 believed to be ply.
Ws th -r i---: vo-tion itn Jack-
*viftS FYI-9 resorts have oase.
Sthe pmss M te last week of
-e.e ~em hd beadh i
et bt s r kee wbe ah the


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MELROSE NEWS.

Melrose, Jan. 9.-At the town elee-
tion held Tuesday the following o*-
(ers were elected: .Mayor, 0. C. HuT-
hand: Counclltren. A A. McRae, L.
.M. Baldwin. C. P. linfftman,: lerk and
'Trrea.uirer, N. E. Priest; Collector. 8.
Howard; Marshal, F. H. SButon.
Rev. T. L. Z. Blarr preached his
first sermon at the Methodist church
on Sunday to a large. audionce, as-
sembled to greet their new pastor and
his family.
The supper given by the Masonic
lodge will take place at the Huffman
House on the evening of January li3t.
The lumber for the new boat to be
built to run between Melrose and WaO-
do is beginning to arrive and work
on It will soon be started. In the
meantime the work of cleaning the
canals will be continued until the
entire route is clear.
Miss Lenna Jackson has returned
from the St. Augustine Hospital. and
while still a little'weak. In progressing
nicely on the way to recovery.

Why
Should your baby suffer? When he
Is fretful and restless, don't experi-
ment on him and use any old thing
your neighbor recommends. Buy a
bottle of White's Cream Verltfuge,
greatest known worm medicine sad
cure for children's diseases. It Is all
In its action, builds up the system.
makes thin, puny babies fat Mrs. J.
C. Stitch, Tampa, Fla.. writes: "MN
baby was thin and sickly, could not
retain its food and cried all nlhtL
I used one bottle of White's Cream
Vermifuge and in a fLw days baby was
laughing, happy and well." Sold by
W. W. Johnsok.
Viscount Aok i uccescr.e
Toklo, Jan. -In connection witt
the sueceaor to Viz-count Aokl aS Js
pan's ambassador at Washington, the
Associated PreM has been Informed
that the Japanese embassy at Wash.
ington was instructMe a week ago to
formally notify the tae deparmen of
formally notfled the tate dep* Meatn
of tae selection of Haron TakaulW a at
present Japanese ambassador to Italy
anA to ask if he would be acceptable.


(Wy Rev. 6. W. Lyons.)
Reader to all men. their dues. Owe
so 7 anythtg.-Rom. x11l. 7-8.
Gnod comuaands us at tbt' peril of our
avItlol to render to all niot their
duaea and to owe no an anything.
*'a honest keeping of thil command.
met tois one of the chief marks of a
real Chritlian, while culpable neglect
to give others their dues to a mark
of d4liae and brings religion iqto
ridicule.
A common form of breaking this
divine law nowadays Id tho non-pay.
ment of debts and the ion-return of
loans. The greatest pest of business
men, the most Insolent imposter and
the most brase defrauder that tor-
meats sol"ety, is the man or woman
that owes bills or loans and willfully
refuses to pay. Storekeepers, doctor
undertakers, publisher. owners
botes and others suffer much more
trom bad debts than from steallng.
robbery,i bualnes depression and
other easses combined.
The culpable debtor or dishonest
borrower is a theft because he,takes
and keeps unjustly the goods of others.
The thief takes secretly the property
of others, and the bad payer procures
goods under the pretense of paying.
but does not pay. Where Is the dif-
ference, then, between the person who
does not pay for goods and the thief?
The loss is the same toea man whether
he is robbed or sells IoodA for which
he receives nothn aIn return. Do you
not aunfer the same In*btice, whether
ten dollars are stolen from you or
some sleek Individual borrows that
sum and will not return it? The In.
Justice is the same In both cases,
hence willful debtors and dishonest
borrowers are thieves and are to be
branded as the worst enemies of so
city.
A willful debtor or dishonest bor-
rower Is a most shameful defrauder,
because be break* a contract entered
Into with a fellow-man in good faith,
Iad binding In conaedence until fu.
Wlied. When a person buys goods on
credit rents a bouse, subscribe for a
paper, employs a doctor or undertaker,
he agrees to pay within a reasonable
Use. When he culpably fales to do
so be violates his ontrt,. his pledge
of honor and become ilty of having
obtalaed goods and serve by fraud;
the dthoaneat borrower Ineers the
same Infatous stigma. To Injure a
person Is a great wrong that can be


No reply hap yet been received sat made good only by reparation, but to
the foreign office attributes the delay 1ad to aury the crime of fraud Is to
to the pressure of buslale at Wash- hom were than a thief.
ilgton, D. C. The dishaest debtor or borrower to
a base tbgrato. The Ingratitude and
An insidious DeSoer. bkt *ered obliging storekeepers.
One of the worst atre of dotoS owMers of bouese, lnder of
kidney trouble is that it is a ltnsd- m la and othe, by meh Im s'ters
ous. disease and before the victim ~ agt eoetoptibl- H ove oU not
realises his danger he may have a my er having been vio-
fatal malady. Take Foe's K d y by su M itartes: "it isto bad
Cpre t the first sign of Ut as" It e li to be robbed. but it Ly mso
,.em irregularitlesM sad Mevts patel 1 t be shamefully deceived


.rahts disease and diaabet. J. W.
McColum A Co.

Will C-o."erats With Atllnts.
Aucur'a.
Austin Branch %14 introduce a res.
Inutioa preo itis that Auagsta cit)
council p8I4t,1 athe railrBad oomm~
sloa to nofidy l's recent order so a
to permit p lco m sead firese I
uIform to re fre es the strde.
ears. The resolatuoae m tS that
Austa *eek the eoe@, 40l l 9 At-
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People Tell the Reason for The. I th In

Cooper's Belef.


An article from the Nashill, Tenn.,
Banner. published during L, T. oop
her's visit to that city, throws soae
light on the remarkable suecoes of the
young man's theories and medicines

lows:
a vrtrons ctlues vidtsd by his darlas

*In view of the enomous sale of
Coopers preparations now going on In
this city and the intense nfterest
which Mr. Cooper ha stirred up sdce
his arrival a repreentatve of the
Banmar spent Thursday afternoon at
the young man's headquarters watch-
ag the swarm of humanity come sand
During the afternoon the reporter
taterviewed many of the callers and
obtained statements front all who
eaed to give them as to their expe*
slne with Cooper and his prepare-
tions.
"The following ar Mleted from
thse statements as beinl typsial of
the general expression o tht people
"Mr. B B. Lasater, ling at 1114
North Fourth avenue, when later-
viwed, said: 'I have been troubled
with my stomach for the put two
years, and have had rheumatism for
more than ive years. S timel I
Oeald not walk, and three were Utma
whoa I could ot even move In bed.
lHat knots would form on my awm.
ele4, which caused me atones pair.
Gas formed on my stomach after eat.
ag, which ja e e m eh pa in a
dire, a often I was re and
tossed all niht, losing much sleep ad
rat
'Hearing of Mr Cooper and the
great work his meul-a was amma]


a show at the expense of others Is
mean and un-Chrlstian. Can anything
be more humiliating to honest people
than to see so-called church members.
who owe bills right and left, defiantly
pass their creditors by and senud
for luxuries, entortalments, drink.
travel, etc., the money that should \m
used to pay their debts? What can
be more mortifying to Chrlitlan wo-
men of refinement than to learn that
their husbands owe bills all around
and make no honest effort to lay
them? How painful to men of good
principles to know that their wives
sam wasteful and eatr vaanlt with


plishtaing or ethers I Meid ti
It I have take It about two
an0dSad myself in a treaty
ondltiosa. My stoh is la I
shape sand does not table me
M rheumatle has rty a*tua .,
Snd I expect to u-0 work iB.,
to the f t timeot twee o l .lve
Mr. CooDer Mterta bt a oMl
medielne, sad I am nratinfulor fw h
It has doe tor m S.'
*AO sther w K u M T. .
SUmith of lof -as tre, ri
UMld: I bav IL Mtnrl
A vey.ram that tete I Iha
ma-y ..Mr..orn.a .-m-a tdal ,
ot w indm Shma m tfw e- '.


I had palmm Mm)' t 41L N ,|
bI heard a et Mr. s *
be ale to w-Rl me me 1waI
have sow hebo w khnf the sulek"e
about a week,
way. The Pa604 J
I Ma so r_ h M-. I hbo
Som re "to 06t7
ftl medletAe Mad what It hase tis
sy pee I illMte iM Is a
fmmableoe It se emagA,
"la spIte of mI ertiem b7 yarr
emaM that Oaspe i t ad vh
vm Ndi o the smn seemo
mrll ag h tes tea baeI v,
I3LrQ futr asWr'st esberate
ar l aee W ite WM
!J. W. oMo w~ua&ft") the


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their wages and willfully negligent Tui am ft MhilhuM
In paying bills long overdue? Is It not gll UW lliWg U
a frightful disgrace. then, It Christian
miles forget all oodes and Than a rengin wen
credit, because they refuse to pay,
debts and loans ? h louie on fire, beenue it In- ,
Those wo omako light of pmylas
their debts w make light of other ntan tly eurwe the entire value
obligations. Such people can have no f your lOino-"tt is, when
correct Christian consciene, hee. .
there can be no reliable depondesc* your ftiame is pnDl0e upon a
for the ffiMlmemt of other duties. To strong lOicy for
live beyond our means, to make a
sham dimnliav at the enlea of ot(erAfth .


This l especially the eam when a -u" .m... --
dlta .r crnl it . .a b h gard to bow we can i set them, are

loam in w^ ^, rmade or1 credit iv a.. a haw
black r t e. e condemned by the church M and by all In d u oaIsi of rmpaisie. Winier wid
rower sad buyer makes pro es proma. mged-livis people. A pla weea Iamsb i epitlW shAhle In Mg aem. sw
oeeI to pay tI a certain time*. bt thy a amo" este m c r p d a n. 6 st, sout1 ywf N h1Ome? If Snt I m th
lNee w t p rm. i .aesran gre. t "et living within nur meoas. ll com *f*, will at oonmeuwms ge n trn iglp of
a Ifee prot- e m. I g row ur m the respect of .l ri a& us Irrah in Tinm m .
se er r pie and ing oW 11s a -provaI and
a --' f-d o -- ."m b*"- _w l*st Hoaesty is the bnt po l.y'
lsh ..m ...wv mgm thr at wears o this llfe ad that will ,
amI"r s to gan eternal life hereafter.
people adverse oltreum iames who
m Oprve th vMadaw of bar -iple Rm fo L rp-


aw- --, r Y -g, on e Tor.a m. t. .h.
s'eM dving. ThU >*i A~awp enly se (lthe agh b"bealskM ada c ftS
w boerNrowe ee Sb de--s tshUMe messoI that as Ie E. .. W- .
Ii5o-'- aias fddOn s 5MMap so o..id. ... B- L
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b"-A hw iii" tble o to .-** I S--. -f t-.e Ot e sa '-t-as

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S t Nomm eadit as a ie medine lfa
dyep ia." Pr ae aby W. Mt. Joba

.1 MaeNdata It d ruo e lied,


procoeIas a wbfofta fled with Cir-
q it Judge tabans 1t Alals ta to com.
pg Judge of P)a?'. flvetlo t. of Rtis-
.0 @iity,, eA IVWIe lta 1 .r li,,en.es
A- (-Itras. Abs. an4 the ast will
t mm up liig l:eeriag Le'ore Judge
i V-n at Ro '. aadeiaev'tlaey if
"4 petition is a;ss. ed numbers b of
S aleeons will hrira ue p Jut au "o s to
S *tt line. Triln a qte.art r oua N1,.

I t haheau'iety Loal Unoer eftuti~onl.

,W S i ',t .ael JA n It In an etaien
y JusttIe Whitc tr he a yreas. eer.
o t aad tild ia tare- Mla r.a ~ I ,ld ty
be maosatlt astual ta'e r', ame .'l.u t

a*'sthe mupaywes' iasbliti lhdV" ma-
7- ?lNNltitS a and oitee-r C',..t',an li A
W-s nf'iea a ei to emp yae s Wo. J at
hu nt.s hdI 1 the tr(-- ine '.' of rit
uwde e anas tsr to co. '
* emia|e. Jud e dis'es of the low er
e- s was trsmed


bilworbed We syeauea04.
Tho parse *be duistubed Me corn
opweuoo klest Sday by ftt lonely
am coughin s reaqusete to basy a bottl
* ebaly's Hoe*"mand Tar J W. Me-


~ O'~M -~Ws 10*6? -As Re-
.~t~i.Al.7 ~s a~-t in' o~w '
.5I ~~II.-All lA4he..e
I-to '~t


fer Over sixty Vesre
*re. win-ow's Scathig l7T~4utMA,
bee cI ustd for emlam.~ e loo It'
s.b4the cum. adum 00gums)
OL, r*all left. coos wind e MWd
bn the %Wes ft or I. ot


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suas Moaday
verly *ape
with ame
Ia the camp.
ajmOrwor

0. w. man&l
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Pitted agal
0. Bradley,
weror, barrfIf
boheld once bet
Governor I
theo ropublk
ItW0 f" f -1


ORDINANCE NO.
To GO Ru PlWmbers ad Rgulae Paulsng and Hi
Iupeation f tsa hh f Puw and Priuatse Pf
the Ciy of Guiduae, Floe da. '
fle. 1-Be It ordataed by the Mayor and City
Osiaeesvlle, Florlds: That the plumbtag done nla the
be done under control and supervision of the Board
shall also be appointed one Inspector of Plumdit
tical plumber, anad whose oompeasation shall no
mum. payable monthly, and be sall be Immediately
and control of adM Board of Publie Works, and his
review, controlled and covered by said Board, tp
said Dard and under written roles and regulations
have d keep.
Be00ore entering poa his duties he shall take a
faithfully and impartially discharge the duties of 1
wit the Mayor of the City of Ganlaeservlle a good ai
approved by the Board ot Puble Works, in the su
for the faithful and Impartial performance ophis du
le. -Th4 Ispector aUll keep a record of his
reports, to the Board covering all plupbing dona
list of coadeaned premles shall be kept In the odt
the Board of Publie Works for open tnspetlet.
*e. 8--That it shall be the duty of laspector of
all coplsalts of defotive plumbing and order achb
work put Ina Nattry condtUon.
S-. 4-All ofeas and employees provided for
be under the superviso sand control of the Board of
elpease herein provided for siall be payable out of
that purpose.
8ee. I-That there shall be charged and collect
the Board of Public Works an Inspection fee of 8.
aeotiom, and an additional fee of 60 cents for each fi
strieted plumbing work before the Issuanco of a pe
placed to the credit of the Board, and the receipt of
of Public Works shall be exhibited to the Inspector
made.
Sec. 8-It shall be the duty of said Doard of
with the Phumbilg Inspector, to examine and pas
of all who desire to engage in the business of plum
plamber, within the limits of the City of Gaineevi
shall saUist the examiners as to the appllcant's ill
his familiarity with thk plumbing regulations In the
See. 7-Thbt It shall be the duty of the City to Is
er proper license, and it shall be unlawful for any
to be engaged In the business of plumbing within
It a' I1 be required of every person obudntai such
with the Mayor, to be approved by the loard of Publ
1600.00, conditioned for the discharge of his duties a
anne with the provisions ohthe ordinances of the ('i
semh bond being for the purpose of Indemnltring the
sulto for dama" s growing out of the negligence
plumber furnishing said bond. And, as a further pr
shall be required of every |Nrson or firm obtaining
with the loard of Public Works the sum of $0W 00.
during the extstenee' of licnsi issued to such pa
the sidewalks rcurbs and iutters and streets ball
ditUua as found when work thereon was begun.
1Se. h-That no person shall carry on the busing
any plumbing work for his own use. unless he shall
ItkemUe. or permit fronu the lk)ard, and said work a
completed
See.9- It shall l, 4 r(cwstruction of any new work. or the re-construction
In the cam of leaks or other repair,. which do not li
der deral"tse ur ventilation systems. to submit to t
of plans showing the proposed work to be perfttwia
shall be done without a signed permit from the HIa
this perrmit must be strirtly compiled with. and t
by the plumber in whose name the perailt is gilr'e
Iecr Li -When rerilring old work any plumbint
anaitare edtitioni hall n ot tb rplared. and the
work shall put the ame in such condition as will coe
rvgulathl(ma o( the ptitabhag ordinance.
Sew II-- -verr building within the wwer distri
are iruolded within two hundred feet. shall tie ronn
or more ittlding-i owned by the same perunm or p1m
of O14 fee-t frmt may be romnrnted with such public
aoe thervof Ito It deligsated by Bokard of umbtng
Aee 1: -No rnnee lon shall be made with th
by a properly authort4a plumber or licensed drank I
writtis per mlt la ab and errv r*se from the I|ti
ser IS --That hben within a hblldla, lead. brau
nhtlns shall be used for se i aid sate pip.
Hw It No -o ntt'tkm shall be allowed with se
th(*4e naide tlti leaid Ijti aSd I'ram ftrrnulas all ;,lg
s41i and wast. ,lat '- '.' c*i,' )?int or S1nt aa.e 4. w

Sret I' t'I l tl- tc A flrvrici at' I l.'sJ vtu*.* u auctted by W4pd }.ift
Av- 1 'cwter'w'ti to c!wrxmsed trns t-rt 'h


IDA. JANUARY IV, 08
S -' Is d lM abee

Pa .or edIsuch pipe be of cast piron", olCate .h.a9
Seu al Ceo A e n and lad, in the e.usual manne. -.
ft" K sec.i-ThA gs.t --alpipe ysete sMu t ber det ah
te taI. e-e so have a proper fall toward the r said gra eto 6 9.., Inch.
i aeetalw rmie to So pipe oot l be carried full sle through the roof, an. sAl be of
tasuf r emaoI ise I s ,ona Iht may be directed by'the Inspeptor, and ~, be car-
tnde seriewdal em suc height a s sMAY.than one foot above the roof t he buldingl

S the legislative and above aMhOenis and same shall be left open at To. *$o square
Shde the desmoeraut s bends will be allowed in either lead or ast4 ron wae ,*'W .
by the late eleties and gee. -That all four-inch stacks scarred to the NOW 1 leer must be
n rneor of disafecton extended full else through the root. ,
Ne wer as they anv See. 21-No pipe used for soil pipe shall be les than tow h bore.
eight oa jorlat baot s sec. -At the bottom of each stack "" branches ad tA bends
s mwhoa owAsn ted shall be used, and a brass cleanout shall be plae t the bie of every
r eilhteea mount go, stack, and left accessible at all times.
e will be elected as per Sec. 25-No opening shall be allowed In the sew erp peo b rIay build-
ing for the purpose of receiving the surface or around Ww..
nst Beckham t William gse. .4-Ralanwater conductors shall not be coonuete With, or emptied
the only republican gov into house sewers, nor used as soil, waste or vent piped, nor sian any soll,
mg W. P. Tayl^r. wh waste or vent pipe be used as a rainwater conductor.
tween 1W "T7IJ,.
oenkam has 1 eclared t ec. 25-No cltern over-flow shall have connection with the sewer.
tasa "sit tliht" they will Sec. 26-That every fixture shall have a separate approved trap placed
ra',tp1 #",et as near the fixtre as possible, except In case of wash tray, when one
trap may be allowed for a set of three compartments of sokh fixture.
142 These traps shall be protected from syphonage by a vent pIpeot a slaze not
less than the waste pipe. but vent pipes for water closets, dkp hoppers
MM Drainage, and the urinals, and closed or indoor grease traps, shall be of. a tls P ot .less than
'operty and Buildings in two inches bore.
Sec. 27-That all traps shall be properly ventilated from the center of
Council of the City of the crown, but where It Is impractical to vent fixtures anti-sypham tr.ps may
City of OGainesville shall be used, of such make as the Board may approve, by a special permit from
of Public Works. There the Board. \
ig, who shall be a prac. Sec. 28-Back air pipes shall be run in as direct lian as practicable.
t exceed $1,000 per an- but shall be so arranged as to drain water or condensations, and shall
under the supervision either extend Independently through and above the root of a housb, or be.
acts and doings may be connected with the main soil pipe above the highest fixture IS the building.
on complaints filed with Sec. 29-Back-air venting may be dispensed with, in the e pe of a per.
6 which said Board shall pendicular continuous vent and waste pipe for a sink, baia or b ith tub.
where the trap can be connected by not more than eighteen iacbes of hori-
A subscribe an oath to zontal waste pipe.
his office, and shall file Sec. 30-No more than three fixtures hall be allowed ft a two-inch vent
nd sufficient bond, to be of forty feet or less. Where over forty feet in length or mort than three
a of $2,000, conditioned fixtures, the vent shall be three-inch bore, and ten lxture shall be allowed
ties. without regard to sise of fixture. Where more than ten lxtures are placed,
work and make monthly a four-inch vent pipe shall be used.
withtq, the city, sad a Sec. 31-That every water-closet, or line of water-closets on the same
Ice of the Secretary of floor, shall be supplied with water from an Independent tank or cistern
for each closet, and the flush pipe shall be not less than cae and one-
Plumbing to investigate quarter inches in diameter. No water-closet shall be supplied with water
defects repaired apd the valve, or long topper, shall be used in any building whici may be com.
structed, or reconstructed, after the pass of this ordinance, ad no clos-
in this ordinance shall eta shall be allowed except those of such makes as have traps above the floor.
( Public Works, and all Where earthen ware closets are used a brass floor-plate must be soldered to
I the funds provided for the lead pipe where it comes through the floor, which brass plate must be
screwed to the floor, and the earthen ware closet secured by bolts to the
ed by the Secretary of plate.
.00 for each sewer con- Sec. 32-Water-closets known as syphon jets or washdowns, not provided
zture on new and recon- with trap vents, shall not be placed more than three feet horisontally, and
>rmit; which fee will be eighteen Inches perpendicularly, from a stack. Where two such closets are
r Secretary of the Board placed on the same stack, one on the lower, and one on the upper floor, the
before the inspection is lower shall have a two-inch veut carried above all fixtures.
Sec. 33-No water-closet, known as a latrine or range closet, shall be
Public Works, together allowed under any conditions whatever.
Supon theas a applications Sc. 34-That water-closets must never be placed in unventilated rooms
ile. This examination or compartments. In every case the compartment must have an opening into
ie. Thi as examber and the open air, or be ventilated by a shaft or alrduct, having an area to the
City of Gainesville. open air of at least four square feet.
. . ec 3.-Waste pipes for sinks, bath tubh and wash tra..va n.- ha o
-- --. .~. t b t


sue to competent plumb-
person not thus licensed
the City of ialneeville
license to file a bond
lie Works. In the sun of
is a plumber in a ccd-
ty relative to plumbing.
e City against loss or
or carelessness of the
otection to the City, it
g such license to deposit
to be retained by them
rty as a guarantee that
be left In as good con-

ens of plumbing. or do
I frst tave received a
hall be Inspected when

ore proceeding with the
of any old work. except
evolve a change in sew
he Board a complex "et
ed. and no such work
ard. The conditions of
he wtsk oust )e done

g found to bwe n an un
plumber executinxg he
ply with the rules and

et where public s-rrT ,r
ted therewith and two
rmaN.s within the perr
sewer by one pilw the
Cammslastoer, I
be pblUc aewer rierpt
hyer. ftmlsb4ed with a
rd of Public Work.
ss or atM trimn Ipe and

Il or waste pl*' rIcei ,
its tobe wiped on botb
ith o4dering I t'n il

all be m side w b tr .

"0 muall o W.d44 *at


lrua. "',I-a r -th. -w ad etubo "r wmnerteVvIw sped !smate
Pee I Whet. ):I' r'gu Wre ft ~Pierst. and -4Wee Cabe mwrowioweac
faot% mtt !#w -halowr-,,ksalt gleamA wer 'lpee "iS be o4L bellt a rawco
enelo.'d bti'daiu. ssthe s.-wor eIta-s must o O ev erybe of eamt oa pivo.
CWAUW4 with Wa~uvt: Asi leo ad, set 4at least*S0aMt bw Imudfrn

e wak


- "a s eD no w uw
l]'ss than one and one-half inches, wastes for urinals or slop sinks shall be
not less than two inches.
Sec. 3G-That waste pipes, from safes under water-clos basins for
any other fixtures, shall in no case be connected with the houS'ewer. Sed-
Ime-nt. blow-off pipes, steam exhaust pipes from boilers, and tank over-flow
111es. hall not be connected with the sewers.
S.-c ;:7-That waste pipes from refrigerators, or other receptacles in
which provisions or food are stored, shall not be directly connected with the
sewer Such waste pipes shall be provided with traps suitably ventilated.
and in e-v.ry ca-e there shall be, open air space between the trap and fix-
ture asi.t!:ng into samie.
Se. 3N-All soil and wat iipls ,,' ,hall be of cast Iron, bram or lead, and
no wrought Iron pipe shall be used in any case for waste ppe. -
Se< ::9 -4alvanized Iron pipe %ll be allowed for venipeas. Lead PiP'e.
otner than stub, shall not be used as vent pips, unless its bUtaatlon shall
', what Is termed "exposed All unexposed vent pipes shall be of either
'ast or gal.-inized Irmon.
s,' lit -No plumbing work .shall be ued unh-ss the same Bas bees sub
jlected t,, i hydraulic test, and the, entire Ilumbing system al" be left ex
posed until the work has be-n te.it-,d and pasptd upon by the nhupetor
When sil. waste and vent pipes are placed in ipoa3ition. with 4 aomsary
lead nme t-t(,nis to reetve flxturu- prop r;., laced, all oPt.shall '"
closed ,',i vthe- whole system filled with water to the highest polaL
.4 1 i! UI reconstruehtld plumbing work shall be subject to a hy-
draulic t, r
Ht" 4" -Afteralltduret hia ,leh-n pl.ce, and traps IedM with water
the wbo.,- bail be subjw ted to* n ,.ienr .. top f t., a, tO *
lo "d or hlrigged up. and a reasonabt], I ,re.ahur,, o of s o e a applied.
to the fatisfactiM of the lnspectwtor. while a rrtiflscate of apgreva willbe
Iamed to the pluaber by said lUait,,. I his certificate doesl w Mieve
the plaurabr of his respsitlillty for a- a" hctei work whi$ h ma have ci"
r'aed the tnrece of the #Ispkc-ort-
t" : Tu rhe. test shall I. r M 1.el 1! Alumber, i n Itpre nc"
it the I p,.--t, ,r, the l pep t'w t ., 'v.f' .lt .. t twenty-f o nh em 1 1r**.'
whre~n isrmetlh I. desired
8" ** 44-it Aall be the dbioetM it 'I ttto uati m sa a
'order the. r:i sal of any defotct he "'.'"r- tor tof any wor 4ethe a
areo.,e,,. ''l:'a the provlislors of the rt'r.!.rw,,,.
il 'I halmbing work mu mt t # d, re'! works m i i fllo s
to. tb ".i farthkn f the I -;... ~-


*4t .* e ra -* i l to comply wi g'gWir
Ig(. .t e t ...,.4'O, ,[ hi* ; -!in. e p e ,- .p t viol.
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THE DAILY Sipt:


i Couln Who Re.
010, Fti Pollowed.
fjl2 M Ala., Jan. 9.-Makcim
I ,R at Beatrice, Ala., s: ot
-y kil his first cousa.n,
MWa Orae, of Cae sa & e
6 40 Taoday.
0 ,-tIa had been vislting
*i" Apple for several
ays, a ria this time had been
a ~gmus attention by young Nie-
li He proposed marriage, but

The I O tc aa went to the rsi-
4eo~ were the young girl was visit.
S ~A lr talking with her for a
low drew his pistol and sho
wr. rU nInstauntaeous. At
O- y pung g woman expire
wItb fta. McClelland placed
& pigh l aaiast his breast and utO-
Waud It foX the second time. He
ied two ours later. The2Kagedy
OreSa p t excitement.


pI.OM N LOTTERY TRAFFIC.

sb. CarsMed on In Spite of Peteffloe
State Officials.
PW Jan. 9.-4vestlpauon
h 4In lottery tickets on the
;MA "o e ity shows that ae-
- | anaplm e b'ctore that not
ey, 146 Stgastlre ose.
bt Wportlon at the t*.
dto -6 r -1@eree aNd that thou-
anbeing swiMed

Par 6 i OWbarte ,W d there to
e pa p 1Pinest In their enterpr sem.
t i vigilance of the state
4and : oSelats, a considerable
number et tickets from the blg totter.
lea ia Oirmeny and South America
lad thel'Ak late this country. Their
Nobr s eMI howwwever, compared
with the setitious concerns.
the Grey Heree.
Ton Aage am farmer's religion
a pot-lake x him think he is rieh
and himag e or sell him a dol. but
ye wi wover make him think a gray
bores i ot a Jewel. I read some-
where greatly that gray borsee were
not up to the standard, or words to
that esPet I ever was so astonished
la life I have always thought,
amd do 0ew, that gray or white horses
were the baademest, toughest breed
ea the plamst.
Tie ewcbated Arabian horen are
wi o dapple gray. Famous p.-
erale f IM wa r have ridden white or
Iron gMay c@hebers. Circus men select
gS bAS to draw the band wagons
I n st pON*". A reat packing
PamUy always lbelects Percberon
bheres, oat t much for the color, but
because their obet will stand traveling
ea thb pavot better than any draft
breed t I sald that Joan of Are rode
a ilk ite borse. and St. John the
revelate aw a white borne In heaven
(Bevetathe i, ). Half of the draft
herefn In Aoostook are white or gray,
Sand ae.th decade will see 00 per cent
et the. of that color.
U ..r
Vaeue of a Cheep Aeld.
In a vessel of platinum lined with
"eadl istly, but the contents an
WharW Souawte a quart, said the
eh '"M. "I yoe have no Idea what
a beeMter sulphrwe acid Is.
WIthot i, Ito9W stane, we could have
sO of the er sorts 0 of Fourth of
July OiwWait ad neither could we
have O ms war. for sun cotton.
a 1 yddite dynamite lan
fact, an tole z vea-could not
be tmdl t Mt h boric a cid. Wnb-
out It w e M have me coal tar dye.
It s o atl S t relsein tthe lovely
tolonW -es te coal teas blck slime.
Without B the tfam wMld have
"M 1fto vidrfM gprpbosphu
hIMUM It i pburts acd that.
PedSesion M sbo. tw
ftm ti t -leJoh mel l Wa e lant

TmeM me Jaepevto etOdds.I


ear abstes ** stvalb**l* **e *d
68mld V"ner Pe"
-nni Sbo wa" n No NOW


Se m -a -s *-sm
S &M b I ep wos p..w.oe
hM,. an am V "a es Iw


9 |to amew a p -e Nas
let UU X e4W sow aere lMW

^_r m me..inm. e e


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uumrulilli WUm

Many a Florida Household Will
.Find Them So.

To have the pains and aches of s
LMd back removed; to be entirely tree
trom annoying, dangerous urinary dis-
)rders is enough to makt any kidney
isuierer grateful. To tell how this
great change can be brought about
will prove comforting words to hun-
dreds of Florida readers.
A. Oerting, seaman, of 419 L. street,
Penbacola, Fla., tells how to do It He
'ays: "Prom my experience with
Loan's Kiduey PUlN I can -trongly
recommend them to anyone In need
of a good medicine for the kidneys.
Kidney complaint and backache
ecaised me suffering at intervals for
years. The first or Kecond attack I
did not mind, but as time went _
they grew worse and at time. l ai
me up. I eld hardly walk and It
was a difficult matter to straighten up
after stooping, while the kidney seore
tlons were Irregular and unnaturaL
Doan's Kidney Pills cured me. From
personal experience I know that this
remedy can be depended upon to t*
fill the represeatatlons made for 1t.
For sale by all dealers. Proe N0
cents. PFoter-Mllburn Co., BURal,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name--Dosa's-and
take no other.

A NEW MOTIVE POWER.

Torpgsto Dctte C c Attain Speed of
S!xty Mlcs An Hour.
New V i:. .I. 7-A new motive
rowe :kno"" ":l t-ite:," whieh Il
ex: "- to r., - and ;t-; "*' >" : r' 'iiS ly in t.1e
i'uture rr' (' :i trotire pow-
Ar fcr rf-n-W1ri'i' "<*, has been
invented, it I i':o>iM-oed. by Hud+
ton tainmt. C'- .' I.nm.r Invntor.
It Is r'id th, t 'Ir ''x!r.m ha. already
m4dc exfe.d', t :- i',:h ,rrtrlsC el
torle'oe8s a'I < ; ,;e. .' lts ar* 4 hls
notiflid to hi .r m rn ept of his Inven-
tion -
"Mcter'-*le'. 'pe nfw motire nower.
w'.i'h 1., th 'f tho trpe'n and
the torpr'., < '! id to be a eom.
'Tnacton of -.' .'i powerful explo.
4've i.n 1 '- '" of It tortiedoeX-
.lnd .-p I a:e pr.p:!elJ
. e t great speed
tr .'txz .t'-)' '^~1t an ord.i' uar-
*'*, 1 tori.'*, it wt,.r at f o-1 of W4xty illen on
," v,'1" ',he' "'t of the prevent
a.< line d' ,"''n rr'-Jec'tilt do no*
travel fastt& ta.on t hltylv amile.
Ln hur N Mr. Mailm's aew mc4
tcprppe1 bnat. *.!eh If' prutlclly sub-
r.er-pd, cpan o prnpeI.d, the laven
to M~ays. at tle rate of O N to
60 miles an hour.

A Card. *
This is to certify that all dUgglmts
are authorized to refund your aoney It
Poley's Honey and Tar fall to sIre
your cough or cold. It stops the oogh,
heals the lungs and prevent .erlee'
results from a cold. Cures I grippe
coughs and prvents pmeaSoia sad
consumption. Contain 0 opiate.
The genuine is in a teiow package.
Refuse substitutes. J. W. Mc ollem
C o. ____
T' c Story of Sqe.
Atr.' in'r '!', I *I.4 nt Ike PincIIO. syS
I',i'lo, I >.. t s o.e of rb"
l.,, *" . I '"i. whk'bh l s a carl-
u,,i i'i.. '1'.'. |,rtralt but was
orl-.' . t l ItIorto Alflrt.af on.
1.: ;.,r;u f M,'I's and his sworn
,,,..v, \" ,.'l r' plined fame as a
Sr;t.r ..f '. *- ; hot-. after-t" te
A! '.rl i + ,J : .tn iaced t prMttloa
the w..*fr .. *''" ff1en? to the S'tesan
,y one 'f 4' -+rkf sad the bet was
taken d."*' a nail put Ia the eiMar. la
salcdr. IIrri lint I'IeiO boson VK9
not I n.l r e'at It was euy a he-
time L.,rer* tl. enopear astail Ue.
pulsed es .rt The best la Ie esr
had nit tee3 rf rgotte. -4 pea- VYb-


Cam O oli e as aa~s ON e bsow
the 0l14 uert'ie Wa rsb, n
with cIM.WA dbbil ft I" e e
The walrusiawowe"e. euV-to ab
mot porullter oVPS. WMA d M d
of wee" of t" eepmemse o w
wIra erupped. the boe f eyebno wswe
sam. abd the oboa roumndot
Mmd MmAIGOIIbM MMM d20 tMNO
ti-s pw1"I 1552 il mee00%
s00 bcas aeMeWt w~s ON


- "awPure Peed ad ONLa
we ane puminof smmis a
so amd temw "s bI"
ow the Mond raw rmaw "d ow
in' as It npis ~
n- e mdwopM4L
a. saftsm~~


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Office Is Miller Law fishi
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]BALRMATMISO A &N
AI'IOk3YSAT-LA
SOLJICITORS IN CIIANC

GAIPIRSVILLS. Almehus 0

FI3RDINAND DAYUK,
ATTORNEY AT LAI
GAINWUSYILLN, 0.

Oils sel ywou. 3411 ifomae


proved Uwsadsimprofed) bophe
*ruelms aid farmuiglauads. Se i
a ties of what you awiv for mie. fl4
3. A. O4RLIMSL,
AT'*OaNXY AT LAW
AA" VjiII*Iin maltv


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C. P. IA)VLL, Aglnt. Jacksoovlie, la.
General Omee, Pier 3C, North River, New 1or.


MERCHANT & CO.,
atM% nad Jobber


--r" ta M Stapl and Fancy Grocewn,
Id Preetlee. All be sin proIm
4 m. orv,.i..A, A. Irri Seed Ferflwes
-O UTH IIDB SQUAl2 I tIIVYILLU.I. FLOMIW
tAxNK CLA. TUOa. w. PIuneM ighees *market pPe" paid oe O leCbeao. Am sad Mete vo Pmg.
CLARK & FIELDING t Oplt to of 8g Oon. al Ose
Lawyers. 11 Wy=" rb e.al a


Ta k


Practice in all Oourw, StaLe eod


Losses ever Omlasevi mo Igbowl


O! GAI3LL3.


POArWDA


& ksoville ail'y
.. . . .. .. . . .. -=. -- -..


KEFYrTIV FrOVIBU I10. 1101.
Leave Oainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points Aouth... ............ ... .. 10:30 a ao
Returning, arrive GIinesville ................. 4:25 p m
Ieave Gainesville for SamiiNon City, Palath,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 p m
Returping, arrive Gaiinevillo .... ............ 9:20 p a


J CB. tlef, en. supt.


LE, takhers Trde Urn,.


ATLANTIC COASTtLI

RAILROAD


JOE tJEVERY WHERE


lhr9, Bulb, 5t mmd VeaO
Throuh Pullman SsvWs on AU Trans


Consult the "Purple Folder"


For dtal information, eleduli, rate sad rea-
vstio, sem your mnuga Tiket Aget,
orwrlite oraUlon


JeL~*p


mLmIrmIm


LW.
DIu~m~


MACHUA COUITYIS
AbIaes osaty t IO 00 sM I
awe*, a 0- Ils II- eeila
same IF*w roed. p asU lal-.
9I betopI IZZ pmat
dees eao, s .ouo, w, sugar
eas. ye, e ot les. plseapp. -.
agew p sO11- peas pble as-
ea, and iallI had o veIetable.

GAMulllt Ci itW.


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UlmI mwUft ~d PSo
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kYCLIYDE STEJAMSHIIP CO.









PO 3R SALLZqdS E.&.LOZ *2J

Jackson'ville and Now VYork,
Calina at OHARLEITON 8. 0.. both wayl.
the Flaest s8teasmips the Ceoatwi Berylo
Ulyde Now England and Southern Lines
Friglht dervisoe Ietween JACK SON VILIl, ITON and
PROVIDIU,t ad JAll aom P eItas,
al11mgi t hatlessIo both wa.
Bk1:E-W:ME;M.L.r BSA IAMGR
*nep. louhbound .. ....... ..................PFom Lewie* Wharf, Iat Iw
SNorthbound ..... ......P. Pre oot of Washingau at., JakeoaMUsi
e No. 1 .. . .. ..
Civie St. Joh River Lin
Botw*In JA OILUOG VILLM I6a PTAN PON
o|,PIpag at Palakia. eAstor, reemol (DeLand).6aad IuIeredtsebs Ladilt4
ea Bst. JohnA ivet.
Steamers "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE' and "FRED D E BARY'
V are appointed to al ea fellow i Leane JacstUMv.LS, daill exeps
oIIatrdas, Ia *0) p. m. Rleslurllli. lege ihma. A-lly
et-, __ .+- _.__ el- .,.-_ ._
_***? ht'NlED 1 U S
Leave l:30 p. m..................Jahkouville ............. e :0o .
AZTIR. Iave 9:00 p. m. .................alatfk................UaoS 1:00p. .
. Leave 3:00 a. m..................Astor................. t e 4:00p.N .
ALeave .....................Dereafrd (DeLand)........... Leave 1:00p.oI
RY. Due 9:00 a. m..................Batod................... M e 10:60ai
Due 10:30 a. m................ terp se...................ta ve 10:0 a.
e. L PLPaenger and Tiektel Ot4, 1U8 West y Sttreet, Ja0mavllles
-lH. H. RAYiOND, VieMPresldeat and Usmeral ManaeW, New York.
H. 3. MATNARD, F. T. M. A. C. HAOG TT, Q. P. A.,
W, Pier 3. N. R., New York. Pte It, N. M., New York.
L. B. SCROBLB. C. A.. F. U. IRONNONOIR. A. 0. P. A.,
FLMns. Leeoburg, Fa.r Jakroauvlll y la.I
L. D. JONES, T. P. A.. JOHN PNNDRWL T. P. A
rSI 11f Jacksonville. ila. P r 36 N. R.. New York.


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MIIAVW LOAJANUiARYl10,1908


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AND









"Wht Mase appemed ae Whe t is
ewns to happen TTold i shetPo
f'qope gThat me Who RSIe M6
no...;f uI is Mo
Old evwspWs fee m.S #A The
AnIGeAkeSAM e *t ode 6W
ders & ale.
lay your water est by 1th last., or
ou w i a beot

ing i the city yre te 6


Mrs. v. e*ser of Robele wa
shoppl g f tho eity Wede d ay.

ia is adver" e b" Oat helut.


fte$ wI'. .m I
t nif lteue ves m isay speat
m.U vne otiem oa Kimaef y spent
dah ayA -in thi ecty a a uet Of
It. t Qwme a w l-4 kown tlag

e S~mt is here from Pleat

O easi 0 0e m e a of
IMwthe a, was a bsiser visitor to
dthis -eUW t.
IN.T. Che a t the mercaat of Ar
NeWiO leM e rdaywith hi
)Miy I this kMr.
tM Nt w Tew Yoma is raly starts
a ftI. IMa ore m or Blue Rib.
te o are potat in.


his dtha, Mrs J. laetcher d mI.
I. L ishw of oAlskes, ue of the
* weOaMM"Sa asunae of that goode
W trading i the ity Myed y.
0. N. uMsdat te mcfuentl Menr
t ald pemibeat detise of wTrat"o.
Was tr6sMsUSE g bwfusinssI tis elty
B bytathi.
friends of Mrs. Ratree, who has
"aM disposed fore the st few days.
wIa be NadlMed to lear that' her
e is greatly improved.
Attwney Chriotopher Matheson has
gste to OMal sad eWther points, whee
be Win attead to probessineal matters.
le eOpect to be abent for several
days.
R0 .. Rives of Aloheus was amonS
these who speat Wednesday thisn
Vy. Hme reports that hust t town
I easedlet oeditlte., cammeretally
ad ethktIMe.
Capt. W. O. hehee of igbh 8priags
as bees eased to his bed for the
past te days with rheumatism, but
his any ad o will be glad to learn
am hbe Is out aa


Mr. sad Mrs. beardaam of INague
were it the e.it yeMterday. guests of
ta da. Mrp. learduan was formerlv
Kiss Cora Jolly of Woaleville. and
ba ay fredsa bere amons the
v Iml8 IPeople
Col. T. V. Pr aMd wife are la
S the city. Seata The White Ho1er
S Mrs. IN tu4aaso t hbeeo here for ever.
W a yarad e m Nearo WAt fried ds are
g lad to weatsm her to he former
S bi1 hoge and trust tht he* will r-
S a'a eavetl days.
S Mti WllS Oarver of Lake City has
arrived to the city awd will attend
abool heri Her ltatwr. MI Xfle.al*.
I, a ameber of the favuity of the
(WOOalaver Oradf d and HiVh it b | whisk ie ead 1 a o-e of ther bot

) I J -- ---- ---
Altoeha Camp No 6
Woodmm of t*
MWorld-Meota tealht
t 98. M adeuse Halu Vl taUR
r m eer o.ord&y ka wTOUA. lte J.
M. P`1.4 0. C ; L T ROUX. Clrk.


rammb Plow" Ou
IW. A VAbimum. Y4 ,rftseF
I wbaledIcttkRand R.~tuth
",%k Awe l'ooe 4o@'

'*.' aetotWC41thinlagnd
''' .' .1and p,'eowed. slod

h

pI 0cIAL MONhrLV RATES.m


#.A-LAC.


A UMUMOPUTIUiVPJ.U

d Ulwylulmutkuiu.


4*


JAP-A-LAC'is the ideal
and model'floor-finish.
Does not show "white"
when walked upon-soap
and water does not affect it.


It Wears Like Ir1

Make your old furniture
niew by applying a coat of
Jap-A-Lac. J&LsLac works
waidr. Try it. All'col-
or, in cans, ready for use







tL A. Jadkson of AIhua was trad
ag IL the city yeIterday.
Half barrel maer braut just In, 7%
ae-s a pound. lusders & Earle.
riak ilempo iaM returned from a
badv. trip to Ocla, Broosville
mad other poatas.
Mr. ad nMrs A. L. Thompson of
olAerf are m the city for a few days,
gueto of relative.
A. Wooley baa returned from
Gooth frida, where he has beon look-
ag after his lanterests.
Mis Bla1cem Wolfe of Lake City
i here for a tfew days, a guest of her
friend, Mise Bersle Carver.
James Miller of Jacksonvlle has re-
turned to his home. after a brief visit
6b*slaUves and trieds here.
Mrs. J I. trickianG of Waldo, atf
ter a pleasaat videt to relative@ in this
olty, has returned to her home.
RobtW L. ord and H. R. larnett of
Miteasopy passed through the city yes.
terday eo route to Jacksonville, where
they wat as business.
TwUlve quart milk tickets. 96 rents,
emah I advance. Just think-only
eight eeata a quart. dwards' Dairy,
nat pIortda Phone 67-K.
The Woman's Guild of Holy Trinity
piseopal church will meet at the
reelory at 1:30 o'clock this attirnoon.u
at which a full attendance Is desired.
R. C. Davis, the clever reproesnta-
Uve of the raySholes typewriter,
left yesterday for Ocala. after a couple
of days spent here very surev...'fully.
Mrs. 1N Danieli of Orala, ho haus
been here for the einst few days on
a visit to her sister. Mre ('ha. V
Simpson. returned to her horn< )'ster
day.


Mrs J C Itishop and Misses Maggie
Olmste d and Nellie Nash. of Alachua.
wee among the ladies who honored
Gainesville with their presence *re.-
terday


CSr)lJ~CL~LII~II_~I


his itidlpohition
II A Foerd and family, w ho ha v
been residing In this city for the Ieast
elht years, have removed to Palatha,
their former bome. where they will
In future reside. During their re'i
dence here they nIde many friend
who regrrt very mtrh to lMop them


Judge Horatio I tIs left yt,'rdA.y but wish them much sources and hap
ftor Ma)o, lafayettic outty, .here he pintess uhrever they may go
was sumnmoned (on professmonal bust- .
ans lie vtjwCts to be absent three Cha M Mc)(Inney of Lout-.. w..
ur four da)i inn the city yesterday. a guc.t of Mri
Op iur s 1111 U Mr Is $ ,'d Mrs II l Holtein1 Mr 1kl:Sn
S, ul sl dgte Mi. ey is rlgard.d as ne of th., l t.c*rt
Pauline. wvre ton the ity from Archer wet a rwars % the tate, a.
wrvt potato growvrs Mf the State. a,
yesterday. Mr Curl has been N uffer a. ,r t,
as 14,4,n drimontrated? ron ear to
leg fotr mlen time with nsuraliA. and .
Cam# to a ult a di... tlrat ht Arl Hie tates that he at a o# :ne.
e d tthe nllnt l : .n head this .%ar he
Mrs, J It liu-nt,,on of Ml'atolo) has ct r had. which ays a gre..t was shorpin l In the city )~eterday as it meaIs "some ,Jtatti*W" lil
Vrtvads of Mrs tllmotion will rregrt i ,rtuct. ItI the 0GorxtIa r.ark.-ts ha.,
to leaI that she has bo sufferitg brought larte fetwus.
ftra a slight attak of I& grire .and s


Benjambe Raeker, a progressive
planter of Waaee, wa trading in
the city yesterday.
C. W. Well of Alachna was among
the prominent visitors to Gainesville
from that etiton yesterday.
SM. L Wood, a prominent merchant
and trucker of Dvlnston, was trans-
acting buosines in thia city yesterday.
P. D. Clardy of Permso was in
the city yesterday, having gome on
business conneted ith the United
Mates land ofoe. -
Chas. Laklas of Lukna, one of the
founders of the Lakina Gulf Cypress
Company, Via tranacting business In
thia city yesterday.
C. AW. Thomas left yesterday for
Williston, Monthrook sad other points,
where he goes on business. He ex-
pects to be absent for several days.
S. 0. Gay of Micanopy was a busi-
ness visitor to this city yesterday. He
Is the junior member of the firm of
8. Ga. Oy & Co., manufacturers of
naval stores.
H. G. Rbiaehart, city Inspector of
sewers, aad M. J. Can1on, manager
of the Galnesvllle Cycle Company, re-
turned yestrdpy from a brief busi-
ness trip to Jakksonville.
The Gaineevllle Dairy is now ready
for business, and will be pleased to
serve customers daily with fresh, rich
milk, from thoroughbred Jerseys.
Phone 178, get on the'llst, and have
your milk delivered pure and fresh
every day.
I Guy Mixemon has returned from
Wacahoota, where he has been on a
visit to relatives for the past few days.
Mr. Misson, who Is attending a dental
college In Atlanta, expects to return
to that city soon, where he will re-
sume his studies.
Prof. 8. A. Pinholater, the efficient
principal of 8trobl school. was In the
city Wednesday on busalness connected
with the offmoe of County Superintend-
ent Dr. J. L Kelley. Prof. Pinholater
has one of the most successful schools
In that section of the county.
We have on hand a carload of
bananas, 1,000 bunches, which must
go. Good fruit. 10 and 15 cents a
dosen, 50 to 75 cents a bunch. All
four place., Opera House block,
Candy Kitehen, opposite Brown House,
and West Union street George &
Franclscoi.
Dr. Harry L. Jarvi has returned to
Dalton. Ga., after a pleasant visit to
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Jarvis,
In this city. Dr. Jarvin. who is a
dentist by profession, has established
a fine practice in the leorgia city,
which he says is one of the fittest
towns In the South.
Miss liessie Dupree has returned
from Jacksonvillle, where she has been
for the past few days on a delightful
visit to relaUves. Miss Dupree is
quite a favorite among the young IO-
pie of South GOainesville. where she'
resides, all of whom are glad to wel
come her home again.
Friend oid f \W, M. llullard, the clever
agent of the Seaboard Air Line at
this point. will be glad to learn that
he Iit enaal'led to rewsuje his duticn,.
after being confined to his home for
the iea*t three or four days with
rheuniatismni Patrons of the road
mil.eed his genial countenance during


- L C.SMITH, binMk


Patrick O'Dell of Micanopy, the
clever agent of the Tampa and Jack-
sonville railroad at that point, was
transacting business in Gainesville
yesterday.
C. C. McDonough, of Chicago, Ill.,
who has been here since Thanksgiv-
ing as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Baird. has returned to his home. His
wife, who sl well pleased, expects to
remain for another month.




..WANTS..


5 Cents Per Line


RESTAURANT
GreMad Fleer-t ine to P We.
Cenvealently Loated Te Private

Not "the oldest bank in the cit" but
the oldest established restauraAt, the
lext equipped, and the place for ladles,
gentlemen, and children.
OVSTPOQ The iamoum
OYSTERS d1,
1 CfCO Oontlnental,
WESTERN STRAKS, CHOP&,
DRIPPED COFFKL
Regular Meals. Trading Tiokets.
We do not proinise something for
nothing, l)ut give you the ht service
lpowibleat t reasonable price.
Spwial sil)pm for parties mvd on


Each Insertion, but no advertise. h'ort notice as
ment take n for less than 20 cents. Six in .wason. Op
words make a line; no fractional lines, "We r to ow
every word over each six counting as -- .
an additional line. CASH In advance *
must accompany all orders for inser-
tions in this column.

WANTED-MALE HELP.
WANTFD -YoInIg white man for gar-
den and orchard work; salary $30; if
conmpet'nt and trustworthy. $35 af- i
ter ix month. Apply P O. liox 37.3 I

FOR RENT. 206 El
ilf)I'S.E F-OR ENT A. I.. Vidal
'POl HIFNT -Furnlshed rooms Ap-
'ly s' N i 'liepraity street.
T.
r, U:. F Two furnished rmooan,
Apply 'l W Church street
FO' RENI Nrw five-room cottage in
Seuth (;aiei.-,ville. Apply at lioul
r.,re' '. to,. ,r Sun ofce. FUJ
O'(lt iN .,.ns furutshd inli. NE
dt idhlu. ,,,r for light housekeep. I-
lnt M r l 4 Thrasher. 2:11 r


Ft )R~ S,%Ty. k r.-eotd fo~?
uritter r :1 for r lg! wor., At
1,t0 A I .,' I: q


'un SA:.E-a.v flianed Plymou,,
Rocks Wri,. W. T. Jones It
White F1. it p No .


poleible. Ever good
en early and csos late.
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