Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: January 11, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01171
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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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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LIES ARE LOST


TiMt atnfke Is Rprtsd
From Ciu.


A BURNING BUILDING FALLS

While Hundreds of Chinese Were
i etowing a Moving Ploture Exhibi-
Slsa,, ~Pre tarted Whkch Caused
a Panlo Resulting In Lose of Lives.
Vittate, B. 0., Jao. 10.--MAU ad-
t on tron South China tell of a tor-
Ublel Ire at Canton wLhere 0 Uvros
wre lost In the burning of a restau.

A Chinee recently retumed from
4Olftlraia, bringing a cinmetograph
Mhlae, gave an exhibipon of mov.
Jig plotures In a restaurant. Several
uaredbl Chinese had crowded into Lie
aoe00 out of curio-ity, packing it tight-
1y, ten the fila took firo.
There was a panic, during which Lhli


iarsing building coilapsetd.
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S600.000 PAID IN TAXES.

#or First Time in Years Quarterly
Pensions Will Be Paid Before "ue.
'Atlanta, Jan. 10 --6tate Trsasurr
At. E. Park ha3 i'eCei\vxi duilini tiji
St three da). s thiu utoruous .unt ia"
,000 In elate taxris iMlich in an
rIpreclden td uacunL tfor thiiL tie of
t&e year.
The treasurer regards t. I.I -%%!mhf
Wf. taxes by so l-ixe a tiii.ib .>r
property owners a. an indiit :l' i '
Al money strligc'')y is over, '.!
it It has ne-' :- +.er'lo 1.,
Ui saerage Ga oiit '.'tze ;, .
eftiseia have met :.;, o1.". ',
h state more prompil) tils y3 ar i;.]t
tlluaal ithoeugh provlous >eata i aio
been la the very high tide of probpuer
iSty.
As a result of the large sumas whi r
ale daily pouring into the state tree
irt, State Treasurer Paik annouacets
-ftt the firat quarterly payment of
g(.aess to Confederate veterson, du0
Waroe 1. wl1l be paid on or before it
se dde. This is contrary to preceuWt
astrmoerly thl state treasury has tfr.
agently had to defer payment ou ar'*
gast of a lack of funds and in lon. '
tatances has aocepted loan* from ci'
ime s In order to mike up tho d.efiei
1*8 year the veterans will gett thtir
9sllons and get them promptly. prc,.
'ably before toe date they anre ..,
Wilei annniirement will h*e gra If)i l'.
Oews throughout the state

WILL SHQRTEN HAVANA TRIP


S40 Day Cut Off Between New York
and Havana, Cuba.
Jacksonvllle. Ia., Jan 10.--Tb
tMrid BaMt Coast Railway will. ou
ji. IS. open the now road from MI
4it to Kanighta Key. th last arch
.ytag been completed a few days

,. r AWSe are ply4n between
jjit Key sad Key West sad Its
W, g3adr the trip In all hours
W a g4W a~ January IG. the miag
lemt ileait traIas will run through
oa XKagts KaO. It Ila eIxpect that
O iavella tite between New Vo' 'i
Md Slaves will 6* shoreneod one day
IT ine romete. kaown as roe *,

Sirta ro B Pva'ootelsa isee i.
a m thf a ae Proviso Pra
kl ,* C tol ak"Jf 10i f. e:a*,
.ve ~h* rsed the ote**
i homl here The of



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THE SOUTUN W"C19 .

Injured Tourists Relepr4ng and Will
Resume JouWny Ge.
Atlanta, Jan. 10.-Tere were w
aJldtiooai nmoa to the a tit the dead
Wednesday, and all the bv loe of the
wreck of Tuesday aftersoom SOFr Hi-
rMm., Ga., were reported to be rea-
InS well sad on the read to r Tvery.
It developed drilag the day that
the three mot seriousIr tajared pea-
oengers were Robert frtioM, of
Astabulah. O.; Mi Iloresee Stud-
baker, of Cleveland, a Mrs. Oal
Hoover, of Columbu. 0., but It is
state that Mis- Studib* er aMA Mrs
Hoover are tmprovlal rapidly, aad
there has bei a tbanie for te bet-
tar In the oondiltlon tf oert OGris-
woll.


Arranglemen' were ono to resume
the tip nto Cuba. wiob was Inter,-
ruppt ed hy i sm.ash-up, and that prac.
ticaily ail the mol mbe of the party
had re( in-idered their (stt determln-
atlon 'n it;irn to their homes, and
wo~ul' ,.seugers on the Friday
lUtar:1;! ', ., i'.
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.1td the hospitals being
. :obblung, bruised, anu4
,;o were slad they were:
.* tllo.
'he delay wrmekJng crews
;*: the scene 6f tLhe r.d-


~4f the wreckag~e, ria.
And rebuid~ug 110ibt

v track& G( tho'e WO
it I were vsew by theo
:.it'h traims.
t Inu~nesor wardps wa.4
".S. C'., for fune.'!
A.'di 1:t'rnI ent.


REPORT 01 COTTON


Rat, o f Bales bad From
191 rnwth


IN COMPARISON WITH 1906

Comes Bureau lssues Its Monthly Re
pot as to the Number of Bales Gin.
.ned to January let-This Also In.
eludes Sea Island Cotton.
Washington Jan. 9.-The crnsun
bireas ia la suid a report lhowiwtl
that the numhtr of bare of cot io
glaned frou ti~ l' grwthl of 19i7? ti
Jan. 1. 190S wAt s 91.,4:7 as cVin
pared with ll..:I!.39 last yenr ndr
9.,t6,424t for l Thils ctrit rout di i
hal' as half The n,,iinomr of I
round bal's *' I i t tfot
1904 ; 2)X ":<> : i ;.o:l ; t it ,.;,:, l
for 19 t;. 6
S ea is a lu i ,i. I i '-' I, ,.i .,'
for l i0 u lS . f I .a
942 for lR'#. .
Then ituit i % I' i i
190t was ,' 2'1 ;:, 1I'rl:;'.nei "
Seoa Is. l I; Ifolr i ' n 4
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THI THAW TRIAL.

Allenlatb Will Again lk Called to Give
Teotimeny In the Ca e
New Yorkt. Jan. 10.-With balf ol
the Jury tltt will try Harry K. Tbhaw
e* a charge of willfully murderlag
5taatord White secured, the trial was
resumed Thkurday moralag with oan
hundred extra talisman summaed4.
Out or this number, ad aoth w
one hundred ordered to report Frday
morning, an attempt will be made to
secure the other six Jurors aecelsary
for the trial. 'Thaie are Ull plenty
of peremptory ehalleames left to both
idtm. and It Is even pouible that
male of the men who have been sworn
In as jurors may be excused before
the actual hearing of evidence begins.
That insanity at the timel of the kill.
Ing wlh be the only donfene offered
for Thaw as manite certain Wedne-.
day when it was Ioarned that Mr. IUt
lotin hai.d ub iinai4 piversa of the
ad&it'l'w1 o ttli ntifned for one pionimou
tion at !'n former Ultil, It hI dlt\
hilt aill tof Ihlq4v ultl all 's bellevelx
i'hl .1%a t iffletilnxg ir paranoita.
i i f ,i"z.n.t lhicrh they hold Ito
tol 11.i 'l er he killed iStan
fordi \\ i li t i h tl t a lit l l he
fi i % . ,,tii, fln ,A#utiunZ-l)
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NEt CATHOLIC DIOCL'.


129, Suuth It Wasn C rnted In the State of 1111-
4.# u lQIIoi onWednesday.
to LDuoeniler I 'ti Inst. :w- I',I" A noa i 10m.n,
-- ('~llit JIiV A'C A i reT s'I n11 0144
MADE aBaA3 Sor LOANS. stwitof1- 0it.,pt Walueday It was
ral'1 el I l0 of 00 I ie. d.rohi i le 4,Co( VIll.
Money V~ag Bcrrowfd on Life Insur. u('hi". i.i j %1:1 ipit. ~~iton s tho ILsb.


TEN CJCNT A Will


WELCOME FORI


UFriPe. hupurlag IMN,
Ivansad m B ft.


$100,00 TO BE EXP

City Will e Samoe Of PagmeiW
Daily and Nightly or a W-e ,
Various Poere of n
and Galety in Fleet'se HwP.,
1an rrancisoo. al.,. Ja.n II.
land and water display waS
nil W\edieuiK|y for "an r aiIwol
addre*i to the eltlsens read at a
Ing of the mayor's committSoee
rrceptlo titf the Uanked attIes be
ship tht loni It arrival here.
l)nll0 aiut nighUvy for not Iml
a IA<'lh Ihi city will be the ta A
ptii,, .tuai vSaritsa formo at 0
to un(anti* aid ita () in homoc 01 j
i0 ot f 1141r' i ru it who will w
t ti t1n l.power of tiheR natloe la i
lh,'rclr:i ,i anlild lllnimnlnatklo .4
give h :>*l*' u nI hi tbor a galt
fe'l t o i iihandritl thousaad
1 1i lie I* %, t'llJed.


CALLS IEXTRA,8I5II OM.'


Governor Gloenn, of North Carelina,
Iwit Caell for KEtra Sesslen,
hItnie'wi~. N."'c I. Jan
(1l-no Wewfnesluy, afttar a esowlge
tho rouncl of biate, i?" ted bhie 04w,'
lan-a1k00for a n.iecaI st'esl It 0261
mettttrma-tsombuly of Noirt hC~


'I ~he '. c im lls niofl ofti a lw. r n e P i s u i g P n c P 4 f ii ~ y Ito begi in t I llt atuislay Jan : 31.
rom m it r ilp; gnve'" g to Niw York. .1ar 9 T e' e te t to' A lie w t.1 .aJ' s %il i ,'n he priuvided prrisc atiatt n states that t e e i
in "omis~ohas jifl Whicwh'hIlife in ~Iraitae pelleiou.. were' for itIt i,' a ill 1 ave tille cathp~rai poirImp- -s ( the extraemo I4
th rk n aigMade the baiis 1r-Ifiane diiting lo- 0iP"tI('ll uni tat Tik losside'le~tiiwill'ehative. imetiftystra&ght 4Wo
fl:II'. ~nii~atoa f he ac. tress of the* rtt Unatllal luart y to 1111011 t Itthe iml read pasimenjer rate 0stU
tracl litA. 'thes Upson w nidhOeftImeasurably roealed Indinhe 'mirrenlt r' ii a ,'~ee sl emreseft'e'nt a4.1u11o.,passed at the *1
I f .),4-lis uon blc helieport of one of the bag lirs' inhurance' 1welit' i'..4'l~tleiiIn the Itier hwes'toii of the lenslastore
a '4W ~Comptpsies, the figures abshving t II. ~'u fteMt.adhv tte With theprocdam~atlou
bfl.1YN) polle' holik-re bormwe~d a t14)1 ;sttart a (at holic polo~tiiiS Of -00-0*0- (Ilona Isuod a letter to th e SIN*"
AIMED AT NOBLEMEN. of 626,W,000CoOfrom the -ormpany ou It was foritted at a lnes"tling 1Mgesiedet the state in whbleA he sets oVI t .0
-their policies In 190)7, a Large pruopr over b) Arqhbishtop James ~weeuteY. tInIedo loot 11 be priseeted to lbs
New R,;e Is Established by Hotels oflion of the loans belug mada, recou'hly T1hi lulisittip of lth ew DlOW 10'11,9sAft Ilature eifmu~g that the teem~
New York City. ~to roo of coinsiderablpli mr'ans willp. be sulf raigan to the ('ble~sin ast-ilt li- by him lit the ralir-.moi have
'-,th, Jan. 10. -Tb. Hotel #&rry policies for sauts ranging frttant C00, tak~iniII;fewr arseragaembitiljlsoep a i'CLted b) all but on.m "4 eel th
r;, which in m'sloofrequented by 154.000 to 6200.000.i the. stmite where now thitere are only ( thelailtir (%'at ll4Use)
f 't ..,#pro 1up Now York. has. O Thoe company suse oronpileelpl by th~e. lttethe 401,111Selieept *a 10 somw
'a ewtite hih s ite ersalsof Its pdirles 0mleteA SMILE CLUB11. I alltIl I 41114taiNItates, sying %
a' rndaoulorhngtothe.'loans. sow## of which sae-i. the. .tt / t10il 40t) I e~ to (k)this. the
I'(~'~?O te rera wllof Vullcy hniders' lI(b'It )P~y 'True Optimists of the Country May e' lateobtes1
v rt e~~ena rrv~gtheir proud rme. Ttile etee: rtwe-I lit,- Fort"Big Organisation, I rtciil! ressi atethis rote ft
a l~ riots te aI on4rey fromnTbe comitny i, n malt.. the qi ~s i -hr is a 44 ~ ~ -
i t,.#%said nodloe''nsn hasa, I"Ma MA keep In givid standlip teI'i he a ehuimpruoie',POI CM iN
11u-0% bill 111101h)"11or us' borrowing for lnventmew liiylng of bil t Rd'IIIA n'yevielte'o e~. 1,bt Ahe Ids- POW* hJO N
'nts a letter (f Intr'.lew stocks was another factor Ina the hpo5v 'ri t.ifir.-"gahr__etu-tpl
;.ry in Aneries dtrmand forWass wila I~it. 1"~ lotisifItherough tryhIntoI(MIN ta4 at-
,or, nisnalper eof thst hntel. losturaniceoseamsay :liat titanyof the. Vilrutttat9' U 'hiibof t k 001.1 JafikaoSO
1m% had stomp large Ipalga fr taliow nkbf
l~s h d s m n '" s borrowers. usdtiobte wilytI tmptomd II coerm t ItIlriedway (oversor (Cut- I sate as "aau= 40
n~w rrbernCUwho tailed to parv the low S*Ices 0ofseeuriltle during the les?. tif rVah. Is chairman of thel
r .,II11rient to riiinibtarse tit. howol stockk market 6voletments 4 ytlgo,g4 agy etoat out thoussaile of Septeete eM f
01 'i'e.als and lodging furbtished.- bpltpeftasd
li. ned to give their fnames, ANDOINT91D 1RE1CEIVER11. itr eae b tefalwig o 1046104toa
"~'Tu tat tpimlsalt said pelas.the
cup for Asto Wisafo. lveunsey ettiaIn tsnmif Iremieto sdrioll Aes mR
*vYork. Jam .Is- -Jae asulooni, 's ild.The tpttrusalet0seethe eegbaut h st, l@4" diesad e 6W U int
sowb of Asualm bhasiolerod a pt ( C3168 J. w1e.-A Id5W1 lipbepoelsimist the bale."0 i s No anaWei
stnftsest dbW a* 1Wthe tmoosWhish Iatlone o 4L Loeb~01. me..s"yo W40 lit le vte eiy mafwto ss
wllt the esilla I"N March hoeOmoge aStew. of this ofty. 1p~. a atit ntbefae at o flu ublito join saidm w
hagb th h'bo N ,hL~W edsooday aepobindresolver by fold
CIA V~s wlor Is oes the al W Wuall ef puw tties meoswbofpth
fni. C* s hll a I*9 all doteap10 e l ine,- 11110 @U t e 11110 1
buta Il pobw 110"10040 Ino 4 a OW siiniis VI am. hoaboes Osion's Body Sh#PPed 40899"Be"eItbbIsIol
te.' betwoft fas*di Sle5 S-eeOpele-.,ar bor. ew lark, J"n ~. W- 'b. body4C040 qq 11-
pow. in the is. 1te a*p. It toIs a ~ MS ~ .is W r Is 00*ev w11aSshipp"d flo. 6 l6W,
ov-1 will be tSo &bANdinWi t evr 01eWsso ;lteosetWas YbIS (lwe"! he 10 roiaCt eiis
wm w _'-- -- -


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Pon~mot Bbof WPMO tow"m. pw"'a %" b .mo.so
N*W Tak A& saw* 0 a ~Ico. 16. -nsl-ra4a*.,
mavob4 w dW o wIa.ve ... &6 mb. Ali. No
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loom, aamebw of The db S.
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11 or l M #a a No majh&a*mSao a W" Uf W

soO Loepoe Astwit a leb 000 SAW be&3 in "b"" lowdo smbe4d
pWID fe, NM hodafted to Py aU itW OW 490goth 1116.10e
I MO maws to t4e low mematPW hsV* eI
Is V d" to" am S st essw
is""4 wOM 0st0 d k x toIs esitd "d" "eo
by Mr. loo 4 aresw 0 mo
AOYOM' SIeSWONONOWO&v~UPI bln dt
Na~flJew i.--te" b e45 wuS%*eOft$"U. fa
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was sluffted by cn of Its mos't Import- pI0adQyo t*.
an&a valstble Inved loutsa-ouldes Prlectn at Adirita.
AT CEDAR KEY ;AkiaI anroot.aw
Nearly forty years ago, Dr. Pie'rce a ,ofew ad rh V as'a
cove dthat 40ooul4 by thq U80 Of PI1%tb1"houitheo sorid fcr tk
Grofl SormOf Last uip1141'flfld glpcaftlne aided by a cor*
ta~ d'gre atooaanty ,aint&aIn bsjri'radoto icoc, out -of p
,' ma Naayight. ha46 and with the a0d ffappaa71= SIs .ter Lpli a 81.JRVI'/OR OF CREW d=iF1rwoots ow ourative01w pro-nnt t
~~~~au&h better than b9the use fahl t &Jllh r
50351173 ad otJ"MW j& al Prin, i. qr Atlanta
ot a Houseboat Which Woso e 'oDraw.81*51W tle~y zordinlgthiey
AllI Varvag~esHave Seen shecm o$P.at; "fOU$'.ytar pnthafte'
and Traffic With C de 2 1 M at 06 0 ho rio ratif
Going on asl Heretofre. esevitedtkoy would now ti
evidencee of the severity of am Ito Ma
ism which visited the Gulf Coasttae Prime.aliHve, a"beoaIn I
0 vieinity of, Cedar Key Mondayamndtsb*
whch mced A pea,proe
padt~ loss of life of four' Mae,. Tb Prison phylS!dains ma
g g.Wbo Times-Union of to he eideo woh, at nd kthey
a 060moploatlon from CeWd"I
"All eonviets work bere," o
ptoryis not half tod, astbore 40 @Moye. "if their pbyesi
mlft ardh as utO O will i)permit. Itamnaws
Ofthe physteclsauont
never halto knows. It
so~fns o 3, f 0151010040olush In Healthy CanE
ofq$eewa twe only Mr. YS0,LJ.1-fl
We.plowedup on a rodf by %elgo hsokok
t~RAwill wamy rgL t ad tt.e
*s681eot life in thi ps get U tssu"y4 f
w.4ks Iompanastvly lift It Pt.lwpo*s
Vhiah tho e whoto bn~ e tovwferAs
Sst4soon tfe 30tM A0pta 3,W "Po
were out. sAl Isal at thm f oVk

'tbf vw; amb41tpthoIn tom*
wImg
sm "oai NcwWN0 ~VA' VVN" York, Jan. i-t
veoiuifto Well-@clteIt **I OM= "tb )w LilIS lebbeet(~a", ad 01ri
*M& no hereauk wevild to ohf it S #A 11411111011011116L eVl Oabmua. BIoelkly s b4
'eOv crft was tossed like mewed to an, in eant
W "M w17 W 4&UPAdY P11OPUS DROWN. 06100101 he sheall not be
l~ ~RP ughg e GoasmsCourt :juste Marel
Y~e~m~a e~e't I eeulePeS& ~is ganting as lajun~otlosf5
Vals hot f tuad 5ANe.3 ~~IMPTa@ 11n6-e0 --ap*wth asus
hf. 10.'-4u eosly eMr.t!M '4" 1*. @1mgG& fwa'"dIma48 00~
OWN ~hemsoul that moem *Was
~Wtb? OAsRMe10L.uayAll the World
b"U hepa" pNowyeA I'Ye U phast laii most WpIRa
1 0 4 11 sw'. a~ m W j t ha MW p "Was.oe'ham a
. .. .60 W 1. ff t, try ft and yo will
~phNot issemIt. Anybody w~ho Meav
melf$ t w le.brets11ow Lbilmeat Is a vIi
41 .0 M 1w11 aa tm P" 10--4 46W at Gi OfwhatIt ldew. my a bat
I. 06Mm d te~ h amdo o4811up044n w 18. Gold by W.I

96806d Man saw" ft*6 6 hS lIW~PewW fDead In Mod
'ww "s ste pnrto -,ftDUbw abot torttwo yrun
be VWbas id by a "* -- as te 1 fte isblebW
bougs a."y ell~da 'b"" 410 md.maaf. ndtsalreetigon 9u
~s5 lhh wdals.':_%M sib baa iftsea sicide. The4
do 0i.1 a%' Ohsb"eto w woo a sower es Morbry eir
S# bro~las'-V" doll Wap wfib l ~D", I caused by motph


UAJAN


UARY 11. 1908'


TheKind You Me" Always DOUSM9 u1wkd i b hW bOW
in 'iSO r OW'S(0y7mMbaabO1 the
~~ and mbe= R*M"&epet
monal supu'idU sbu a as Us ImO
Allow n W dW"Y
All Counterfedb, Imibations sad JSUE
UXPeImesi ~trife with end ide


What-Is CASTUI*
CAM6Is afht bs abitib te r (106or 01, 16 .
gar* n"me'Sh O9ft isp~a i,~te
mbu~fib ino b lto 1gwantm.it destroys Werm
0011% It wommWs 'i roublscm
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4" am#V" ON* do -1 snowW Foly. Koiay amd Tarto emsusa.
11b up eer.b tk 1W@1f VIM sua" amd has 3*5 111 aeetd"
MW ishiwasW"u60M l bPI t an flov-ra
dwobm Nofi 4 a&Aatoslw as it enatse so opac;;" ohe
0111S 61F' XF a" W~. Oft @1'00 aaOF A5 Win" ha &nou lm. 4Wwe ree.me~d It
V" s1s*of 5" o.go4t*pesaassmJestor a allm
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metw Pondo n d UrWeh
bftlge emthe6OWPSIMM NE4u10 her"MOaWa uPV"" 0s Dc.iAls Requ.lsit~o".
00 and lbiiprWere U1M. hBISIS WWv ltowed theSSW Topf-ka. Kans.. Jan, 10. -Govel of
oay. neep amSd f Um a aw4indil e IHach a" r.(cd to great a requis'.
thana me Uon tc tfe govermk of Lcutiiaa11
ow intl* e1Wo C. W. Hammer. mow e4 Parsons.
y~ag g~yA Ca"d.Kass., SIlN04 to have MckbMIed too
WIS ter r HoIse h65 t Ittyt hamtSUawlauIsh $l.00 of usEa Shfeveport, L&b. sat.



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O KAy. ml "after be VOWr-w W mTu'Win t mS oew
V 6~41 o 1#FM ombwik"Wm~. ft stop *thew~k TO OURS A COLD IN 000 DAY
esto"edthathi b$ 1 s0" ad reeso aed04wPO Tam AUTWU flOMO uto'
=Ntbow" swriftswee vemio ft&ma ediL 0u b POIe TMhmDris ref fadund my U1
0 bhe rfItuell by sSM pimla o1MWtMl IS ftft (amm ILW. oVS do-a
as bvy I ea 4,OmiOntae usWepk" 1es tolem Ish41101bea. 36&
dle. H MSwaaos wtab. Ito to i sinayelew PAW
toe&0the eL an*a. Wh'Rftesub Stites. 1.W I MVdiCO10.000Ovt ao f lSo.wsyWm1.
Wild NAtVY%$gthem & OIL- .Cew Yarit. Ian 10-T"e c~nb
but t0ey PAll SOhWed 00 .,11%,to adw"See4U.1 We 91 tl'e Coot ral FWo-.rateJ Vu
going b&ac to sleop, An A'. lto- s.Of b tokes n cu** Of t at
Nds low craft, which IMWC to' rasin i'' oe'no W ki e r aubyelf e.. ib ar $tt# nI Cit* ., t
ththwbm.was at the dooe tq*a! 1s-1, 1 Iwit 'r'490df eplyen I NW ok it Ck
pEthe waves.,and to a short tore"d vr o'rvs les 01* V40Ati~fs- t4f nhWYr ~y&'a
k~et p.r44 T. baath~s c.,.4 'bmr~eiks of b al
Woultwr" '4was clW&W to Me 000 '4"* !stw'd dai eM miahatht %e tar-
bar'.'ase &jtj % a %b# rV.lmed ess. (h'll 614 '.1 0 ft Tb* 1001011 Of SICb% PIPS pce NOWN helPSd
bshu~.'he wans an bwAt 'tWs'gat~ "". MD64co ledsatd 'Nmi"015t1 NSV4 dul'mn*("it.at. it
*v~cet fan he ~ptor tho e tak Wbrew3 mW ES-' ~pran~i M.Jb
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FIRE4 ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCL
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If You Are Insured.. .
S a C company hat Is Resltonhble, Have a Policy Corroetly,
Wriisea i Ui LlberalitlS of olley Cairsai sand the Oompar.
Pays Losees Promptly

You Are Assured "
That no serious lose Gas overcome yoo without you hare some
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) None but Reliable Coopauies Repoented.

A. M. CUSHMAN,
Slformtom s heertlly fruX*ed. GAIiESVILI.l. FLORIDL

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STHE DAILY SUT
U kI o I cause, If any you have, why the pi
989I Dposed order should not be Istd.
ST Ae and ordered by the R~arEd
TCo TOmmAPPEiAR owners of the State pf Torlda,
W TO AP A in teslon at their office in th olty
of Tallahassee, Florida, this th day of


~-Ioe QI the Kallroad commissioners and have been for some time boxing the
of the State of Floirda. political compass to fnd some pliant
1'To the Seaboard Air Line Railway: piece of political Umber to foist upon
TYo are hereby notified that there will the people as their next Attorney-Oen,
be a meeting of the Railroad Conunis- eral, their cry being, "We must de-
soers of the State of Florida at the feat Ellis so that graft and corporate
~1t house in Gainesville, Florida, on greed may flourish." Let'the people
nd day of January, A. D. 1908. keep their eyes on the candidatea for
at 9 o'clock a. m.. to consider the ad- this omce, and particularly the kind
visibility of issuing order requiring of political company Stey keep.
ypu to construct a passenger depot at Mr. Ellis has served the people as
%besville, Florida. At this meeting Attorney General for the past four
j the Seaboard Air Line railway, years faithfully, conoltlcusly and
wip have an opportunity to be heard untiriugly; he is a lawyer of recognized
. to show cause. If any you have. ability, and absolutely Inourruptlble
the proposed order should not be as a public offclal; his private life is


aged. Clean mior
"Done and ordered by the-Rallroad known by
0ommIssioners of the Stat4 of Florida, tact wit:
io seslon at their office in the city in his dev
ot Tallahassee. Florida, this 9th day
at January. A. D. 1908. Quincy,
"R. HUDSON BURR. Chairman.
"Attest: R. C. DUNN, Sec'y. GIVEN
"Office of the Itailroad Conmissionersury
of the State of Florida. Jury
'"To hle Atlantic ('oast Line Hlall-
read Company: You nre hereby not I
SAd that there will be' a meeting'g )of
the Railroad Conmmissioners of the
State of Florida at the court hou e In
Gaineaville, Florida. at in : 1 o'clh k '
-. m. on the 22ind day of January, A
D. 1908, to consider the advlnabilltv 1
qd issuing an order requiring you to
e'alrge and improve your passenger .,
deDOt at OGinesville, Florida. At this ;~
meeting you. the Atlantic Coast IAne :t
Itltroad Company, will have an op
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Pll who have come In coo.
nim that he is unswerving
otion to duty.


Fin, January 10
VERDICT POR


FRIEND.

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iwlUtJANUARY 11,


PERSONAL KNOWLESC


a sum vmiu. On January 22 and January, A D. 1908.
"R. HUDSON BURR. Chairm-a.
,. N 0 UmsIf Any "Attest: R. c. DUNN, Sec'Y."

N6IW PASSENGER DEPOTS GEN. ELLIS WILL RUN.
ld Net Be Constructed by A. C. L.. Will Endeavor to Succeed Himself as
418. A. L.-Application for Estab. AttorneyGeneral.
: me t of Union Depot soems to Editor 8un: I wish to annowansee
lv bome Fruit for Public Good. my old friend, General W. H. 11i.
that he will be a candidate to smeooed
the demand of the ciU. himself as Attorney-Goeal.
of tGaineaville for the establish. The people of Florida will remem-
,WV of a silon depot was denied by ber how vigorously the candidacy of
d Commission. it eeoato Hon. W. H. Ellis for Afttmao*ry eral
lrelted for the public good, as four years ago was oppos by ear-
m by the orders of th com- porate Interests, and to what Ignoble
m Om reNquiring the 8. A. L. uad A. metod resort was -r w o y
to meet the commdsam an this made to ompas his defeat. Th po-
etb bJanuary 22nd and show ca pe e quickly saw the clovem foot of
Should not provide more adue corporate greed and detested the
t passenger accommodations for schemers by givin the oee to him
SnaselIng public at their respective by a handsome majority. For their
li publ city their respective confidence in him thus evinced be ox-
w'w is no gainsaying that these pressed his gratitude In the public
t rroada should be required to prints immediately after his nomla.
pMvide better passenger accommoda- thaon an it friends ow with t ride
Uol a at their respective stations, and that he har. made in the offoe of At
Se public should meet with the com- torhat hey- hral. which shows his oon-
liNoo on the 22nd and show the torant effor erit the con.
mNealssty of better facilities in this stant effort to mert the condense
1 so reposed
1It is no% rumored that the same
Following are the orders of the com- forces, with others OocUpytng h ig
miesdon directed to the two railroads forces,o wth othe a o veopy cag high
Mened to: places, of whom he ay mohae occas-
Ilon later on to say more, are now
dl" a


LOUISVILLE, KY.


Deependen He Suoeldes.
MJIlville, N .1, Ji.n to. -Depo-.
deat beosaue Ile could not properly
are tor his family. Joseph 11. Rheop-
parid kilt hitasf Hlie often said;
tbe had more children than he could
property support, aud sine. early this'
week-another wan melded to his fami.
|Iv. l' ,- '* r all night,
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ca-1 -.-. .UT neenrrI.
Against Bank.
4 "'k g.1a io 1).- In tOr4'WeSMCanteen Restored.
va .' rS 0'I 44 p. ?~ I '"", asking '94.sT ,s I'ti' f ? IIIIICf
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inj *'.in ;. '- .happy slave Ilurdtwk I11.,.d l1111ts-ro
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silo The parV.- M I' t h the
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RAISE PA-,SENGER KILLED BY FALL.
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IVA P" &ef~ W~.aest 2 aor 1.-t is tse
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IS ALWAYS ABSOLUTELY PURR
1)ook for the C oaN Crow and lAbet a ad you are
Guaranteed Ue best of Cuos-Cola obtainW. The
prnprwtlonato Iredientsa are always exUy eorrwet. In.
snn yoe a roo., uniform drink all thU Ume 0 e over
swe lBliu nwjer earbonsating or poor Imxlag to instetd
with. (all for the buied product alwap. and keep your
refrtigerstu stoked. ottdl d gutarateed by the
acksonville Coc-Cok Bottling Co.
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WUEN TN MAR KI? MY TUIMFT?
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retn'listndi.' m'pue tij your advantage.
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-N-ld in yoUfurnmpa#W 'adwe will foorwarirl rubtbr
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h isll m .oz Call was a
S hadid lims elf, and Col.
W. Dx Vr at o la, although
Slt he Po a O at not a aeI I sG, was the uuad
i****l.*Bm 3puted It W of the asti-Call forces t
i. M MAIt ......*. fght w"s waged us-
one end of the State to
a BITSr.......... ... o a All other slee dwlnded
Stuilgn icance beside the all-ab-
_____WI_ ----__1100k __ _se estion of the senatorial su.0

r is r str. T s4 the LeIslature of 1891 con-
I- 11L; vUa It w" r ld y the Call 1
S, d at O WNW fem, with Heo. Jeo. B. Browne of
sy prt dor te lKey West s Presidet of the Senate
r s, rs a i~~ste an d HoO. Jao L Ga OiMu oft tarke
or eams tt t i f as psi t e of the Hsow .of eer
atidUves. rank Olar them not ten
m si~aItmaiHiM-i b l days ovr thtroen r Yo5t of ^. wea
S.' it. .M p It pMUO 'V, t I emOwift
was masde chairesn of' the Mouse Jo.
diary Commlittt., w 1lh poamtos beh
OW' flTed with gest abUhty. Hon. Ik I
W uOkOm to bON Wqigi A 1 tISody held this position in the ISf.
S ova&* *"s o ft t", sad the *edtor of The bda. -W
Si $ m AMOp and avd vowed ChIpley OBw, v
pgetfre, to ay pe Uh~dlhs bLs elerk, ad this position gav hiM
wadlk,Ir *a e.ssIr*o iase. an opportunity to know what hbe i
now writing beLt. The isamr
IwMas wa oomposed of salmetyamiO 'Qso
f eIteu.P Sau seot M inD orsat and on lose loRep-liu-4 Ism
l eto M Aar elase Isi tor a Snalh of SLt ohbas county.
'rmsl j ,- The talety-nli Demoerate met It
Ir easess to- omblatt a candidate of he
% POLITICAL. HIS Yv. at for United Statt Seaster. The
autWall tforesa, ld by some f the
i .* Appl.ad, st t a eo sad oTat skillfT lead.
epO7 editor ofTo a ers that ever lived is Florlda-notably
ad on@ of 0 best potw mo whom weq Jjudge Joseph B.
iL regarding pak PH*Wall of HillMborohb, Hos. d. MU.
gives he flolowisl, IntrWami ( so et Orange, Hoe. Joeph Ir.
et of the gree* t tI i h tlays of Columbla. H Robert F.
t r whIch itfitiort-Rogeers of Ouwsannee, Hon. Fred T.
"woe *ntersted In the ost Myers of Leon, and others-outgoner
ts reap t li el ontest: 'sled the Oa people In the caucus by
b l w t rderI a kE^ Ttwo4thrds rule, and
Sto the pr-ess on Dl- g t joint Mesaso
s patad pael of t otes1. should be so cat-
dmlaIstratIon, being pension d o make an election of a
th ooe of omptU s teeon, or until the caucus had, by a
Sa reset ar tlld, sa tstwi bblrd vote, nominated a candi-
thato Ho. Frmnk Cikt will date fp r the party. Wi th those two
d to Coraes with rather points ained, the ant-Ca!l people
v*oy? over his opponent, Mr. went into the ftiht determined to win.
b Intimate that he ought I Mr. Cil had sixty-three votes In
bease Mr. usutf t. We o'-the caucus when the contest began.
Mr.Clark Is3net. Wee arbut he lacked three wvtes of the re
whether Min Boll does not qualt two4blrds. Clark was a Call
ime of Irank Clark thea thiseman d from the very beginning he
ld ndiste, or whether, i was the rew lsed lead of the Call
otItqT, aer vritos is oplouded people on the for of the Housa; and
dse BrowaId fog that n. is the aucus ItsIelf he and Senator
d -y, as she draws her sal- D o H Tnfa.a n kf divided i the


p~sle tlor#k." by the grace
1 mlmlsr rtloa that would be
t1 o weClark defeated by
OS' esvbsdy else.
may be aid of the pop-
from this district.
bitter enemy would nver
hi with being an tInsinere
"',I 4 writer of this artile has
differed with Frank Clark
J matters, and at other
,a agreed with him; but
we were standing shoulder
with him as we faced an
or facing him as wo engaged
eI elet we have at all tUmes
the m a on account of his
Soseaader ad hi abeolute ide
Sbh cause he espoused. vted
ime of rank Clark. during his
|ad active political caror In
eha over had to hut him up
5 issue was peadtag'for settle
Sor whom a battle was in pros-
In eouty or tato oonvetoa;
S o r eoafereo; n tats lei-
hall. or in the Congr" of
inH id n ta s-anywhbere 4nd
,shere--lark has never ben put
'doubtful column; nor cam a
hstaotoe bIn hit earer be pollb

where hbe ever mounted a
or before taking his


honors as the undisputed Call leaders
on the floor of the caucus. Many were
the hot oratorical duels that took
place o= the floor when Hammond sad
Dougherty measured swords with Tan-
eoy sad Clark. For more than six
weeke-might after night-the weary
truggle went on. growing more bitter
as the s*eekm of t lweglatute by
eonUtutloUal ItmtMio. drw to a
oees. Mr. Call bad steadily lost. one
by one, until what was known as 'The
Tall Call Coluan' has gone down to
afty4wo.
'The obeet f the antt-Call forces
was to go on aid on until the Legis-
lature aolMd U leaving the appoint
meant of a enastor to Governor Flem
tag., who was a stalwart anti-Call man
Clark, Yameey, Browne and others
saw thie, and deteraited that there
was only emN way to win, and that
was to wadsam the caucus mine die;
then go Into the joint s**esadi ad'
elect their adidate. The caucus had
bees held each aight with open doors.
ad as the cttlMaeoh-sbip of Tallahans.e
was overwhelmnbigly anti-Call, .and the
lobby was peeked by thee p tsitsldru
evay aight. whu cheered the anti
C#A hroe. and jeered at the ben
ator'e epporters. It was det.'rmiswil
i* .Id r i l bhv st db t.. th>.J I. e..r..u.


to ~ ~ a irmrsi v i atpe we e que
eaa politic qu*tion. be everltkon of ad~ou.nment &in* die twhind


la ear to te ground' to discover


WILY the eroud cisam beasding.'
,~loftJoeB; you dOA'tknwwthe'
Your. too young Is yftrs and
~.SomvkKA)' has been fool'
g.S.~'ourvi too fair ti have' dom#
68 your ows aollit"I n rake tour
:lie frotn )Iomeiuri. aikd thes
tiw me meie tereal tteand butter
of tOr :'ri-te-nt adInltaitra
Iliks tto etaashout l'rowk CLlark
May, 'Otao. fle'
Inking Along thlit hlln' RIO A114u-111
S& lafl'MJttncnvltt 1r ni llir%& an
I'it~ d M I- ~lli. l t*(-$e t-1'i littc lar-e
VAW '1 1 I .'t poilt. .I tt~. 1.1 b ritg
1-11K I;%%, e. sed I'' D11011
1w a 111511tislit'.Ir this
~5h t1~s b ~-' A N.it Vt liv .t'eip
(i'tn '
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Atid Vkheh was


V. iart of Hernasa hf bally be-
ane so hot that It ded in abyel-
pl counter between the two gentle-
Sothe. n& 8o0 of t caaucus.
As 'soon as the Kit atited, it ap-
peared to us as If all of the men pres-
ent were engaged In It. We have of-
ten since wondered U the fact that
no one was seriouay IQr red.
. "Theo nt night, after long hours
61f heated debate, resolution ex-
cluding all persons t*m the caucus
meept member*, attakes sand news-
paper osrteepeadeaU, was passed, and
the neat asbt the casucas, by vote,
was adjourned sine die. Thea came
te skipping out of fte en mators-
4he babes In the Whod'-ead finally
the election of S Wiadr CaU by count-
Ig a qwuta, BPr t Browse say-
ita: *Recrid Mr. 1fIot of Saunter as
present sad net otn-g.'
"The antliCall foroai during all of
this longa weAry, better fiht, had no
me cadidate. They Were willlaS, at
My d& stS of the A*et, to take any
falirpnd, ompetet man. This
writer know that ie entire anti-Call
votW wal ofed to l)ank Clrk. He
knows that soven or eight of the sup-
porters of CuMl assured Clark that
Ift he would sacept the offer of the
Seatoras opponents, they would like-
wies give him their support, thus in-
urinag his election as a Senator for
the full term of six years. Mr. Goode,
a representative from St. Johns coun-
ty, and an ardent supporter of Call,
bogged Clark to allow the use of his
mame. Others did the same thing.
BUS the' young legislator took the po-
sitfom that his ooestltents were for
'the old Senator'-that they bad not
considered him in that connection at
all-and put It aside. He said that
while, of course, he would like to be
Senator, yet h* felt that he was there
to represeent the wishes of his people,
and not to graLify his own political
aspiration. and with that view of the
ase, he felt that he could not with
bonor accept the Smnatorship. The
writer was there; he was an anti-
Call man; was close to and in the
ganfldenco of the leaders, and know.
that the facts herein stated are true.i
What a temptation! If Clark had ac-
cepted, he would have been Senator
at the early age of thirty-one years
and two months, and his would have
been an election by a Legislature for
a full six-year term, and not by the
appointment of a partian Governor
tn payment of a political' debt There
cap *e found in the career of no man
any stronger proof of perfect sincerity
and unfaltering loyalty to duty than
Is furnished by this occurrence In the
political career of Hon. Prank Clarkr.
the representative in Congress from
this strliet
"Cal the fair young writer whose
political writings we have endeavored
to oorfect. point to a single 'states.
man' to the Broward clans that ever
turned his back upon a high office and
stood 'y the wishes of his constitu.
ents, as Frank Clark did In tbis utota-.
ble period In the history of Florida?
Not much. They are not made that
way. We do not claim that Mr.
Clark was they nly one of Mr. Call's
loyal fifty-two SUpmporter who eould
havehaad the Senatorhip at the time.
o' could have bad It and could thuu
have entered the Senate of the U'nited
Iates as the youngeat man who cvrt
became a enator. Hut he put It aside
at the, command of duly to his pi'-plde
ax he undert(x)d It.
'Thls hilh or 'ee w.< |ltk.'.l4.' tin
dertld to Jeff Ilrosn,. Liltnn Ii. Yimn
c'y, lien Calhoun. I)r Ga~klnv Anil
po'rha1s t'i or tal itorlq. \V\' e 'r
'umnli.;s:.ae,.d to trad,' with .,nn, of
(h<".' 'uis each 't(*..I Itike' g{r:t , .
aaln.*t th*' te ,ptation


closed ioors Iftt stonie reawlim must I T, ~~-r ~e ~ utl Ce
he found ftir thlois j'w'eiire. andl Clark uniVnI plt-.n'h tu'.ad
IkWn fUrulaheel (U11iiteuti~tInAlIv. terI tioure'ri'ntiSrotielenator
,bait.) snrul. rva-in lip gt itIntelItwa, itInku. v'tr-boch'. Vance), Cal.
wr s ovi n.v, Tv ir r,, aIlstho-ra lieut.' x,-Aik!',,c lieida ltriitr'


he Is Ponkior ;artti'r %%I 't I' i r .,f ''P n' tb. -!'%Kt o ,

tt fToie'il,% v'i'uet' &-ItuWat.. at, r4 Y 11tih't. tt~ !l w; '
wAid and that lsat-i ftrv-' A! Iit,, to, 9' b 1: '! '
omm %.f I O Iuirtn I 1r, i ii.Pr ,,t e"


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CURED OF PARALYSIS
W. aIney, P.O. Tr., TssT writes "My
wife" had es ming ve years
her arm, heS I was pemead to s m m
a"*IIJ&A- whh dcti f camplao m-pf e m
have alsomd It ofd Sores, 106a biat" and
eiupdtiom. It does the work." N
aT LiNIMENT eo Lu&t1T ON1e TmI~ ALWAYS 055
RiFU ALL iSUSyTITUTS -
THIZ SIZe: 253 50 mad $1.00
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.
M. .OB, SOA.


AM.D meanB Mm


ESTHER 8. JORDAN.


WW. W. HAMPTON.


JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE


PORTER BIOCK


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


Fire, Life and Accident I,~thld."adp bi


SEABOARD

Air Line Railway


SSAVANNAH,


COLUMBIA, CAMDEN,


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THEN PINES, RALEIGH, RICHMOND,

WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHIL.


ADELPHIA,


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during the terrific wind and ralb
storm Monday night a large portilnl
the track and emabankmmt near It)w.
din. where the A. C. I. railroad is
built over tidewater, % as washed away.
This caused the trains to be several
hours late Tuesday morning, as part
of the roadbed lying between lunedin
and Ozona was under several inched
of water.


S waed endorsing I The handsome .wo-story public
ent Roon vet and his admins-. school building in Perry was entirely
m,s destroyed by fire, together with all
contents, including a handsome piano
chamber of t merce of Pensa. and m@ny school books left by the
I busy preaupaE Mardi Gras lit- pupils of the school. The origin of thJt
e which is .o be distributed fire is unknown, but it Is supposed to
a free hand vicinities where have started from a defective flue.
lode of a4vertising will do the The building was partially covered
good. by insurance, but the furniture is a
National Aaeociation of Com. total loss.
Mi Merchants, who are in ses- At a special masters sale in Hron-
In Savannah, Uill take a trip to son a few days ago thi.re was sokd at,
agustine, where they will be the public auction fourteen hundred acres


n of the local members of the
nation for several days.

o. F. J. Collins and family of liar-
were polsofted on oysters last
which oame near resulting
S. Shortly after eating the oys-
ill became sick, but the prompt
J of a physician saved them.


gment In the sum of $5'00 and
has been awarded Miss Julia
lea by a jury in the circuit
of Jscambia In her suit for
against the city of Pensacola
juries received by a fall on a
lie sidewalk.
--m**-8-
)t. Chas. B: Garner, who has
president of the Jscksouvillle
I of Trade for the past eight
, and who declined to accept re-
DO. has bep given a beautiful
I cup as a token of esteem from
ern of the board.

C. Cannon Is pine-strawing the
id-Daytona road where it la not
d, so automobiles can use It
the road is being shelled. Mr.
n is paying for half of the cost
If and the rest is being raised
Irate subecrlpton.

lst Poppell, who shot apd killed
'at cousin, Pearlie Moody, Tues-
ight In Jacksonville, was exon-
I from all blame by the coroner's
U It was purely a case of mis-
identity, Poppell thinking the
man was a burglar in the

1 Woman's Fortnight Club of Pa-


mids is eKidney
riouble mud lver Sispoct tIL
VP"aIeaegof KMae DISIbE'4.e
Pc ple do "o realize the %!ir.
rce se and rmark~ttlde prvvav r,'.IV
of kidney i Cb
Whleivk-R..ry C
orders are It,.-
most c .rirm n
disciisc,;ti i'.j
r vaill, t!,cy ar-
Almost t.c i,,-..

t~etnt .i f-'st -
g" OFtle t'e, while the vrop'
uridenomeus the ystcfIL
r*romfart in tile kniowle ar~ete
'-ssq, that I pr. IK: net fb
'',tile j"vt ki-Inevy renac,
wis vi..ancuriny rheu-ist..s
ba*htck, kidne' s. livetA-.II
*1,rt ce the urluurv
pa;4u torsu: c


'AV. sAd W! r It,.at



It xt~an

'. a" t~. rrt-
C~-. to v e...
-,.e~$All 4W's:f i
f'r5W~Ot~w.t ai
3t~q flU~~a'g1.~~ t


of phosphate land. It was bid In by
Attorney Hedell of Jacksonville for
the complainants, the Portland Chemi-
cal and Phosphate C'onmpany. This
was the only bid and it was for
$10,000, In order to hid on this prop-
erty a certified check for $5.0O0 was
required.
Itobt. Wheeler, a r-,'ie'ted negro
resident of Marietta. uinal county,
was shot and killed a few days ago
while driving to Jack-onivlle with a
load of wood. Some railroad track-
men near the scene' of the tragedy
heard the shots flred and oi running
e wounded e it1m saw two negroes
driving their horses away at a furloua
pace. It is supposed that the two
men were drunk and, meeting Wheel-
er, a dispute occurred, resulting In
the murder.


Tom Jenkins, aged year, and
Lloyd Connerly, aged 16, both colored,
of Tampa, were in their room playing
when the smaller one accidentally
shot and killed the other, his half-
brother, literally tearing the top of
his head off. The smaller boy was
nl.vinr with a Iloaded uhontun. which


MOUNO


MHOSPIATE


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board d salaers latka. which is looking after the im,.
de coty hav purhtaed new provpeiiit of the city hall grounds.
moeaho y. has purchased a handsome fountain
-- ,and in a few days ~ill have it rlacmd
i recruts for the turpentine in the ('ircular space reserved for it
of FlorMlda Wa sent from the directly in front of the main entrance
Al court of eeords n Jskaon- to the hall.
rl@" dd "t.-. . .


p-I.,wi s.. a ..... ..... 'become available more rapidly than
be had pulled from off a bed Just a in one that is de t to this rpect.
Uoyd entered the appartment. The n one thasot als decent this repeIts
gun fell from the small boy's hands availability, e acid condition of I t
onto the floor and as it did so w Nadl beta" gradually corrected at the
discharged, the contents enteringA t same time (It shold e btne is
head of the 16-year-old boy and blow.* mind however, that this is a ratherIn
ing part of the scalp and hair over the mind. however. that this Is rather
room and spattering the bloody fras.- slow way of orrclgt an acid dol, If
ments in splotches about the wall. the correcting of acidity almo i the


Simple Remedy for La Grippe.
IA grippe coughs are dangerous as
tney frequently develop Into pneu-
monia. Foley's Honey and Tar sot
only stops the cough but heals and
strengthens the lungs Ho that no serl-
ous results need l'e feared. The ge -
ulne Foley's lHoney ;:i1 Tar coftaiAs
no harmful drugs aid I- In a yellow
package Refu- 0uh-titutes. J. W.
McCollum C',,

Loss of *125 000 by Fire.
Elkbar,. Ind Jan 10 --A VWrt *
the round houe of the Lake men
and rM'higan 1j6.' e9. tg*egthr t
the nachir.e ab deslinyed ? 't TMrSAy. 1^sLI
$12 )of W' -hambar a.is.
ca: 2" of to e t '.0 1Oo. wa. s b egdto

How to AvoId Pneumonifa.
You ran a-6 :4' '"na and oth--r


55uth find5ruu% f,
t'. t,. %


:trIt stlis .
*rf)14 from the
!.AuLttwe Rok
,F n tMe yellow


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mIrult to 9 attained.) EXprtments
have shown that water charged with
carbon dioxide as has a solvent ef-
feet upon phosphate rock. and aeime
the ground "water of Plorid are
more or l)ee charged with this gea
(their solvent effeet upon the itmo-
stone formation is a proof of it). we
might reasonably expect that some of
the phosphorsic ad of the phosphate
rock would be mnad savallable In this
way
Many experiments have tym@ con-
dueted throMabout theU nited States
hiheb give evidence that the pho..
pborte arid of floU does beom slow.
ly available, and a few places my be
ciMtd--notahly Rhode bload sad Nary.
land-where this ground phBapat1
rck has give rltts as gond ma If
not bettr than. the other forms of
phaephorte aid *


around Pep! a"e04eh a Pare'mmu~

i ho applcrAkim of a tun or two1
of fiua.4y gratWd pbomphate "W%' '
a(rt" mlrnit-the bke~d us"nas a S 9a


rterzr'at inrde'trnu'sIgrdhei lhas a. s..
P--1'4"IIP f'VtlihIU'tIt would '-etalalv
I'. Pi really heist, Wt.am. I .ehe t'o
Psk-1d*(yalw Sri assa 0111Pofphaw.
phry- asid forw a nuau to( Siam,
F.,t lhe first tivor t bius ypew sIt

% !! I ev)TV ea -. &Abl. o Saw of Ph*&s
pf,ot1 rid&cut MWthis tw t If 'rofu


a e ~w sh-ilthat mw.t sern" *wor4 mut


... 4UIC...APUDIIE'
~.Z CU R96 COLD

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fi.t' b#'wT1 "


enough phosphoric acid from the grad-
ually detomn)poing rock.
For quiek-growing vegetation crops
it would perhaps not be well to rely ,
to any great extent upon thia form of
phosphorlt acid. but on pineapple
belds and orange groves it should
give good results if properly mataged. The Pen is thfer
r the iollITvey enandy isd openghter
and should there be heavy mita soon
after the atlleation is aiademuch of Than a fire-engine wheit your
the aoluble plant food that la applied is .
labhle to be lost by leaehing. On the oth. house is on first bcaue it in-
r haad. the loats would be but slightly stantly cures the entire value
infected In this way, and would slowly I
yield phoaphorie aold to the growing of your liom17-that is, when
plants for a number of years. Aft"erI ltIr is -)lt(
the rst two or thr years it is your eispon a
doubtful If it would be neaeesary to' strong plicy for
.L t *8 -a _I_


Phopht Roeek and Superpehoephate.
Tricalelum phoaphate is the chemi-
cal name of the phosphate rock of
commerce, before It has been treated
with an acid. It is found In Florida,
South Carolina, Tennessee, and to
some extent in other places in the
United States. When this rock is
ground very finely and placed on the
market without any further treatment,
It Il usually spoken of as ground phoe-
phate rock, or "float'." In this form
It has, by many, been regarded a"
practically insoluble in the soil mola.'
Uoma and therefore not available for
plant food. For this reeon the greats
or portion of the rock that sla ud is
treated with a strong acid-sulphurle
acid-which converts the phosphoric
acid Into a form that is soluble In
water-the monocaldlum phosphate.
The resulting material isa placed upon
the market as "acid phosphate," some-
times called superphosphate, or Pu-
perphosphate of lime. Expressed In
the form of an equation the reaction
to as follows: Tricalclum phosphate
310 parts plus sulphuric acid 196 parts,
equals nionocalclum phosphate 234
parts plus calcliun sulphate (land plas-
ter) 272 parts.
Acid Phosphate Readily Available.
Acid phosphate usually contains
from 14 to 16 per cent of phosphoric
acid, most of which is regarded as
available. But the treatment of rock
phosphate with acid is expensive, and
on this account it becomes necessary
to sell the acid phosphate for con.
siderable more per ton than the
ground rock (floats) would cost. al.
though the latter contains about
twice as much phosphoric acid per
ton as Is contained in the treated rock
(acid phosphate). The phosphoric
acid of the treated rock bas the ad-
vantage of being largely solubl., and
is therefore much more readily avail.
able than the phosphoric acid in the
floats.
Ground Phosphate Reck Slowly Avail.
able.
However. It is a fact that the pho*-
puorle acid of float does become
slowly available, the availability be-
ing somewhat proportional to the Ane.
noes of the material and the amount
of organic matter In the soil. In a
soil containing much humus It will


Fire Inruc


ill ON. '1lv' o of tulllies.,
are splondh idoaem to W41
about your !lumo? It II it
41111m. will at 011.4,i' "I,n~ itI
a liintfroim you. ThI'IIN K


Wfintor 'AInd.*
islases., HOW
ill smaety, this
sI'l rs'cipt of


makes thin. puny babies fat Mrs. J. Olffie In
C. Sfelth, Tampa, Fla., writes: "My The Gainesville National Sank *IdW.
baby *as thin and sickly, could not ...... .
retain ito food and cried all night. N F T
I used one bottle of White's Cream
Vermifuge and tn a few days baby was IME
laughing, happy and well." Hold by W O RR Y
W. W. Johnon. S A
sun Power. By Buying Your liR.All from
There I, one isurce to which all KY i [ gA r
itnds revert when tlis quvsltiin I KEY IVI RU LKER
mentioned. a source niost promirilng haeI. .. T. TR NAF i, irep.
and yet one which has so fir el. e
the Inveutigator. The isun( on a Mler .
day deliver. eiploin each squire yare or Fo r years we have been doing the
the "arib's isiorfse the eoliliitl01tit ,41 Baking ef hundreds of satisfied liem
the 'earths ralufac the equ.4atn tof1 temers. Are ye en the list? If note
approximatuly two hnbrsepiwr of Jin ie never tee late.
chanlval emerizv working eiitilnuouintl.y WeRoverI"lat
If even a fritelsion of this lliwer be trnitnrniewl tn iu Athm Ctut Aorbstract o
electrical energy lnaml stored it wn.lo ol a C.
do the wrhld's work Hlere i po i (l' Ieeorsaesl
delvee" il it our very door with Perrm m. .. P w J. W niasila,. Vt
enit. low to store the energysi ge'i n. r ,ft iL I ehso. Aee.-rvea
eFusly f(trnilelsld andl keep it on tfai UAINKtVIl.I... 'LA.
for iuttire ia e in 1h prolhlm. That -


the inaeutImiitf tvntury will m00som
NPlUtb,,i thetr'.t.41. ilher ceae tilom o
*UerAIA ove etam likely-U. S. I Mteb-
oil In .%IlJ01tc

CAU

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ThkamYubk"M"a on&h


Direct from

ouwDi~ilerl


WO do AS esulomel'.AbeIUM tbe*
seo* With Waill"e Wurlmpwmauta si
bfeftumnlm --, L0~eThi. of


NtOfli*3 IN) CWNTI)R% AND (yrun5.

L. ULSur 467 MWev osert pebt=- Wss

oil. oresioe ii

A M U. IIAKMV,
Admidablsuis #1,,Mr,,Ub Xsi eMj "h.u


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Finest Old Whiskies

G OOD. W H~~ISK Y mifu ofmu dit illd fem th e 0,I e
mAlly 5 ffol .,.WAid"pwater, is Ileamhbbesa a Oak
mls.Ibfr.U~u# IdU~a Iwoft
P'Of aay7 79eP3 we linebuas I--- oe
swhwo to Sme 04s roaras weuwao, owl ebu te
w h ti c#wa Nt W!, "in. ofegMsI mw hacimow mpsa
L7 uug aIa~M11ud ,.'ealso.
likftlthe mwddu ul"Adfood vsh ef to(. $ed
917. 4fIMw'WnIfQtDin o.urse hmj II ,or, l eg ae ss
Nor,? parv *ee..4h end s~wisw~mb op, a sodh
.j~py 99ra rooio.bokfarom .Tbftma"of pb"Wu

ItXPULM PRitUD
Irwtoo toEd u ss(.is OW).
Age VASLU AMM
rMIN4K~mbek," ehemP a0tsr.Ad (m. *10
WLW bAM DAEVE RALLAM NCI4RAS
OudSAWlus...P Ose. .

TheSwift CreekDMElNEM RE CA
bmVILL, LV
W F. wx Ky.


I',*V


IA SOURCE OF PHOSPHOSIC ACID
Sy A. W. BLAIR, of Florida Agricultural Experiment Station.
AM" .0-0-0-0i


maUe sucu an application otnener than
one in three to five years, espoeial-
ly If the *oil were kept well supplied
with organic matter.
State plapers please copy

Why a
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 Vermifuse.
greatest known worm medicine and
cure for children's disaaens. It is mild
In its action, builds up the system,.


of the trailss arrived
I State' a about Kdhedule
making t eolM t funa from the
and Weat,' The trains all
It large Lmblr of tourists.

meeting of the epublcan execu-
ommittee o( Ubcalmba county
dald In PinitAl at which n


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IBI)RI. JANUARY 11, 1908


V9VWLD#*ONPMIEN".
Health.of PW" -ehe~ Wimes.To'
m~w Toe:? a
lplomw *Dead= s W* by
mamwifti s .Is
ohm* OR.. *Owatsd

serealosea$
dtfhveeeaS 4p.mu" of U

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-WINm


nb ms e ete s ae"&OR
m fibaoot fi. .t. 681AW



S seemed Is 1~ s Itsbad s
teamer dOMe tse wa wte but
slUMty. Atost No to o( eare
INe bea nemo9td. AuMtherw tg md
a tot r wei ishem Lteas. ew
mmeap less reeN. Thoe
rtWeea of the veiM Is t .Wd:

PrMm M Old Arlthmete.
Theb* qutlONM are rom a LoSd-
umbmetle otf toWyeu 1:
A sm overtmlm a msid driving a
floek me, mid to bw: "now do
6 do. sweetheart Wher are you
alg wilt th ne thirty pese? "No,
sr," Mid eb, "fI hav not thirty, but It
I hid as uay mew. hatf uas mam
r ue d ve am bwesdee I shbowMld
WT; thitrv.-
A. 8 and 0 playing at hasrd to-
pgtbew, the omey staked wasu n
talaees; but, diageiM g, e oa i seMld
as any ashe eMl. A got a umt
number, uas many as A mmd titmea
mwe aO e lsth puMtp ofbothttheir
uam. How mm d aesut ?
A gotltmam golng Into a garden
meats with some ladleM and m=y. to I
thmn, "Goqd marulaf to you ten fair
maldA1." Mr, yeo mlatake," answerl
pe of them. "We arem.ot too, but U
we were twice as masy moa u We
ate we should be as any above ten
uA we are now under." How many
were thecem
A- .- i
W .,Ja--.-_i. *i~....-,i


Unorwouseftest M wee ape at tbe
Perbia. an084etHeMAsiatC Courts, and
thes greatUreCdaa conquemo of those
region. Was Use*. or twice In his das.
aling career more lavish than even tbe
successor of (Caoir. fRut it was tat a
Megular hWill wlt~a bits, Dot waske Wk.
b"e prodilallty ever a vle-o of his tut
tion. 4Of eoulle thi-rewwere riepalitot~a~,
and that *1w4'taa'N doi'otriodto lustrlous
l1%ig ha ilpltgil hi .%Aliwiii wit ktio~w troina
lho. wiarki, u Ait sltnt'aaaid Mlaeip
lieiwho wt iltate' I'nig p'w'vutni Isthe
glory tt tof t ,ol r)y Tito.'IIa"I.ie eitiv is,1
4 tiresi t N' l'A ;l' t*ima orion t.s aiiI

nrhay vai, ra' faisr r Ii 'ai not!fi
11a011 a i'1 s at? a g't s~~ I o'i i. lut
rwiarivil nl m ff11.4I'. ta.! ts14111'1 11110 1aad iha
rtn i 11 it i rstio I. % t aaraaitiY tt .eIt,oaI w h*It,
at111 11 11144l 411t,. a l~il 1 had a.liv 'r 11414-11
vidm or ohI'larI~a'tlliiit oyt it % a) T
voiltambwere also skilialfulu its rt'i'rlng
vegetables Ito tost# Ilk# aaaaat
An Insidious Denger.
One of &b wonst featturps of
10kidny trouble is that it Is so lbald-
loan divsese &adt befor. the victim'
rolallaee his dasg.'r he nay have a
fatsa ml ady. Take luleys Kidte.)
Cue PAt the 01st slgia of tintbleo. as ft
rfrorreis lrrEvivariti. and provwtae
Wright's io1*80a. AtJ ia taL. 1J. W.,
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NEGLECTED BAYBERRIES.
Time Wes When the Crep Was qager
I ly Harvested.
Ter ago when the first frosts bad
conme onnewticut people went out to
pick the bunches of bayberriee to make
the paid green wax candle. whleb
whb bralng gave out the aromatic
small of the lets, that the pickem
rushed aIn pullilt off.
We so loager pick bayberries for
company handle for the winter Utime.
Bxcept a few romantic souls who gth.
or berries enough to make a candle or
two for old memoriss, a few faddists
who want to try to make bayberry cas*
diM by some discovery or other in a
magazine and some stanch old New
aghlanders who love to get out In the
pastures on a crisp fall day-these are
all who gather the btyberries now.
Left to themselves, the clumps of
bushes have spread out and In some
Cases orveTun whole pastures. lu some
parts of Connecticut the bushes have
grown very tall.
In Ilraifanfri, on the coast, there are
sliaiont Imytelrry triHes. is many ca'n be
round lnn Ing alloiig the highways ten
rwt tall and Mwine even taller. These
bayl Wrri a moust h very uld. You van.
not help woiiderlng how many crope
have tw',o i phlkeid eff them ln years


As early as II#) the town rel-unla!
show that flit, gal laritcarmg of 1w5'trries
oil I lit' hItgh%1ULI1m 11111ail1111114111aIi'at s for.
114114IVi h'.6rvm. ept. IN. At filwaof I10
Shilllaings tear ':a.it Iti.t't tlu was-agthe
Imm'alty. IIt aloi-~rm tattiual e %vfrutm
the twsrrtiew A,4ti at ueliat Atinug al
litchking aalid A ku %omaI 'anil tat Iutylhcrryv
wax runiamtlaaa.Iaiia article citt Iritldo in
Itwallftrd tiesta Ia liiat' lste N0fifty years.
I uwslblall 'irelitrl lag aalisU114i111ttile a 54111
one1 viraittit? t tomuaathia.'t 1wari a ams
prbIndA11)hIt 717 a greati.stra''l
of 14%)1,11% %onlilttwtl l hia- twririvvi "tw
feair, I lia- % a%.-re' a.,it ri:w*' ai*r at tap
OmitvAS.-V.lwaar theII'rvgtidativii 11101the
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"TIutatIs "'I lb.' 'l.r at.'srr0l I'.har rnlo ttuxofKansaa, but allard.s
masset 111135 4'5.kbMdtier Ft W a 1 i lorhaauund Synap haosmsashod all re<-,
win the heafrts a( the l tobl":e 11*t11wllordl s ua cure fur coogbo. tbrtlbitls,
themwhatt~w' al'aaaj Lwlk 1 influa.'nssanad all ;'lmalmary dwoisess
;I hae 11%,14'r found a mitallctiw that
HLALTNY PLAgeTh WomAld cure a voush -mw quickly as Rai-
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WNS so Seed OBL
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bg=i W awoqnam,a n.m .Puru p.
tWeehba WI Veft *0 ~ it..M trwas a bartwr, and t* t4W *w migq~ mhdfg ia u
3380 ft" So eyest of he(printplop was a painter? The pevuam pams I foupleat. l111"h4
thai UO pWd helth bit whewIivisit ed'ore~vt--me o10the s 41tele" *a 5Ieen.
abutsa luho ame Ints % wand euhIlmd my attootwo ito am sift gis S4" .smmewsli
the mft*Wob ti~sm 'd. An UtW @IS% w .b I badl ovrieeboil. it ~
1W 11105POd0SOt Wm awribourhed l~ket' qThatL be s4.
heW: tofSoIs the ondly Am n %e t" ntrn 17 who"*bThe Floridas

9*011 M b"ambbva M.*It H "''l m W11 1"4Fruit and Truck GOmwer
be 1114 110wishto e mn 111 8t 0Id LOWU01-ti'M 1.I. mu~ruuv.loraw PVv
*bwb5. A pmst an was pw Over sity Yom OCALA. rLA.
otor It at n"a hsjeabomorethat JMWalo k.bn y*hm
in e ad we No@& AfjW b edf eft gddftf i0#,*@ otoQ & It fear ,*.. ...
a*hwo "esmaped up muth"the chid..W. omothe 1"gM,a
M* P 0h vOS iidi"0114edobs rsfvapdy ?ct d *"pboo& ,0.0 .4 O0 -4
*il~ht of 5bhap @IV@ s .--=0io *___T *a
m 00 .Wfae.. tithowe MENANDslum, o -m1
t fty #m bW"% r I ?~,g 6 o U62ADV91111II 00110


seas.W" basas" i here som oo
ow tbo-mriof it. 1,t *te-A o


'r'in~~. HOW ARABS FIGHT. O.D
wygpg hear Man V~n Their Aim is to Wound 3n Enemy, 14,vt D'8D NAN& PEARCE,
"a ia"d. soeea UU& ant. to Kii Him'. .rj'* lr X s 818
so 1It w aI.troment In "ALs0,- i:1t 1.i the
tb InhSyll of MI clasme, of fttte':. W a :he D Z 5 T 18 T 8
to thie~n 4D oiemr dilwiniahtes e% ii LNit". 1''1 1,411I
S al th 4msiusueasoei of the d(,1k1ke ,f U..dh s'-d!kd :~I'ItllOakeo. @ DattO41 & 00'1116B"
trll t" tAW dsy of Jmnuhr!y to IThe til'e,. of tiwi,.*z~ial ro 11- '~Ph~e 2K asioesyiflo, Ia
It dyoseOssember. it refua ates ly at %~iar, ait. 1, I 1 've hadlI'':)of__________________________
Isas Vale*of So nation aind hIsevldvivetotlip the int:rar, I f~ltk it
Win vis wkbme of all WeuPa- wmild he absuird to acemiet ttmr(iif
tu j*s UtM@litl Intr~tument e(N)Wdrtlito but 110 one wo w s q 'ea DR.DVERE B. MORRM,
Ithomen~tw, whiokb bears the therii or talked t thvni ancail toliet
ofr bebl.struck %i th their extraocrtihlbrv ilack of D 'IT
,v fth.ahve3ttb e&UtU17 men vlticivenftt]se andr their wonde'rfully
ony Indp offt9-eamont,*f beat merciful iiviv of fighting. An Arab
Wag at &117 Vlam by *thr. per- never tights to kill. Ills olijettu are to1%"M3ru
sonogjo".04,eoui ,speak capture, to locayscltate or to frightitits ul" MareUs"" Rmd*INL hs 7
wse& Is very indefinite Into stibmulasion. Le will, 11 N' true, do -0________________
"'Mer hot, cold arver n reat amount of materiall dountev-
In t .osqaW smraltutteniPts burn village. and rutua cropto but be D R. ROST. C. BOWERS.
leads by eeki!M-epoolmentere will never take Ilft.' nneceesarily or
wagsq jabo'stuonto hdg~ua, spli'- refuse quarter and never. as far as I DENTIST.
wino *ad e"ubetaoew to ew know. bast or III use a priisoner. On
k&a dimuuta t me tim &ofM O Uba- the other band, a desert Arab will rob O J sIilrT WE 611118 "
beat, et ams of twern-proved and tyrannize over his weaker neigh.b-I ilr a zbne
otal MW of Anu -ewtn, orsin a poesnatrly rutblesp way and ORM PbaNo. 943; Beel*00e NO. 1"
applied *f ibis pat UJI1111 to this alwayie do his best to make agriculture
"nd -410 :the-noted .Al~osomer. Impossible. ____
Vfpe adthInbir~attenoftw to pro- "Their method of lighting In almost
kbest WOOL entirely conftnsl to the use of the
no -ssmqto Oabriel Daniel lanet. which laaearried javettnwitio, the T 11. '="111, JR.,
out~. ei'bisnn aad*Voor mail. lance Itself belg a light bamboo some
IT9e Dtft -E~sto give to the eighteen or twenty feet In length, with
th" tInSUMt WhIh ban Proved a long kaifelike head. Ai band of ATTORWEY-AT.LAW.
so .oose*USUSS *0 i" ln.He horsemen from 200 to 300 In number
iad~~a eA s a merchant comes zwoepng down on the berds of FOli
av~w'~4orne 21-esAnd111the enemy. Poses driving off succor FLORIDAa,
Wty, %of* seie o ePeri. while others catry away the booty. ___
Ifor 60he10001U9111 Of' 64110000-The defease oath(e herds against these
At 0146W4okd M U* -i9%%-Stru atakslekS1101imilr, A sWIft puesut And 33A111. NATMESO & BAXTER
.t kA g, 'Outma. became an endeavor to draw off the marauders A WNu1-TI W
We4 *UA'WA110111111111111aM~MrUrybeing the usually metbod. (lesenraily theAIO tT" 'A ,
IO" ta earlisle to 1us0 In advantage lses with the attacking ULIOSI HNEY
(s. one, atotMe dol~nebds usually look to ..-LCTR I HNZY
a~btslm~ed'maiDant- reeoupling tbesmusiva by a similar at-
A~d~I,436th0tbout the tack rather tbas -to capturing the k.st OAIUUVILLS, Aisobue 00-,vFLA.
1720 be MgfAM hA.fW 7rYthif hberds ialrndlsty. The reeson In that Ofee in IaymesmaBlooeb
fell vwi 'ho ever sitce been the marsauing ra oty If bard proese
0ed Ujotbrtbe. might beetle 09ecamptured animateals so pIDINAND BAYER,
haw Ahw w aes40 mark duLy and s& fe. stlint'w a- -IONE LW
tabe d ~*111b.1113W 0UW5TiOIy "The raiseof war In the Jastrah an reNYATLW
kh weArnr.em..s~alead boiled &aas t&*ct and desuatly obosre, GA=u*Msytu, FLORIDA,
agrin% ysto "s ee bn-tetween. among Arabs@a" b0 the whbfsand red-
40 SOAt A1bltbW U Dl1tkln& knighltsto n-AlsIM*inW dondrland. To
ling "M llft geebasazehe kill *a wooly in battleIs discreditable C0" Oell702-.Silly P"repet, (I'as
that so loggery7 dsepo ed 32 and mvass. To.-wound Oltubtty i NW en i

t EM oM b elft m 'Sago W hat W hat if &Ion a at. and to w oQ mia& W A S I= M Wf arma n ou o A 6e Sa ud. file
sgt the .z~imecoldikussutillgf aligbtly wfth a bamboo lanies twenty
m meist t dee, waterAnd salfeet loeg Is ma&sma1l feat of "hI.lTo O .VI I3
-la S UN 111110 VUblishe111d a dim-surremodsr iisaout lwerditable. Flight oA
esleso sel so~bject of tiie ex-ii s Jso table haattack. To esny a.AT'o&O3RNEYAT LAW
St sd e4aftaeluslomlat had wartm at sight w9Wl be scaudalous And Soalehoris Iqulty
4 thu~osend shamefutl or, It W* ebowe to91110
S of ",*s asem Aftbr aug Mascynhloh. productive of lass,.
the miorsmtlftkWgradfation of yamme tIpEa pcall**.ieastyfer _L "m bmle5 ra

.4 by ~ btby~teen bwintleha"art.saspe FRANK CLAWIL TUo"W. VFlUDlNo
Ipa$ of She 4vlllsed world aM Of hie esmy,. even though he My CLAIRY, & FIELDING
ihi w'im $~o bemM "wow ave bad a ws "aof -it himself.4111
swf%'4 1j se s ftwoelz* dee,4-Ufteras Iovald uow the*eMo
*6 maegs..WNW as itop tepeusadas ilmstobe"N t"um'e
obvetmeat erkhos, Or aumas, s
true ft M"So i.of Fabosm- times rvenow oe Sap se an Me baro oisa Commto lst, sadi
~IIII&N 11 A -It d" the occasionseam WYeryare lads.)..
the .m. to which heat The oaynealy d1 41dltabif &@asetof40l
abtfbe &' Uf aW Sle I*6 ,the Itsvi~ribewaders,. Is lb. M3thu
040 Ed M O .1bSV$ bae nway io whikthe S eo I siW Of 20
S shepherd tribes Pgior the Poor 'A811, llsinalsooibeNos" ee.
noo be Inio ultuaml psudsu* of thew satasso
I _6 1 below th son ist&,who. having swillef ars mci a4A I VUAA. OIDAMM
oft 9Solsaft ft"SSP Jonses, are Insafte d S5-
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The Flamt IIMiM i, the- C Me hoit
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Hetweern JAQKIUONVILLS Shd SANPIrn
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on St. Johms River.
StIeomer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE' end "FRED'K DE BARY'
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d*Wty. About 5W tosw of swp
&avobenboareowvld. MO t"e t# ad
6 Uterwes04 of the 1LowW. tno
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FrfMn Old Adthmwlle.
Tbe questilons ar (rom a LoAndo
arltb tte of the year 1T5:
A -ma, ovetlmlt a -mid driving'
floak Of d pei, md to he: "ow do
O6n do, swetheart? Where ar ryou
poteg with thus tUrty ge.? "No,
*Ir, mid "he, "f hav not thirty, but it
I a das u sy meW. half aso a
Some sad ve pMse beeldes I should
itave thiry."
A, sad 0 pla$ta at hamtd to-
gther. theo mne staked was 1
gilams; but, isa elan, selb isloed
s many as he amid. A get a eritata
naolMr, B as uasy s A and stees
more and 0 thomext pa of both their
sums. How maly had "mtI
A gentiemas goig tate a garden
motu with ome ladles and says to
tmm., "Gooqd meorms to you ten fair
Malds" "lir. you mistake," answered
one of them. "We eare ot ten. but It
we were twice as m y more we
are we should bea u many above ton
as we e now undei." How many
wore thee?
The H4dMIene ploui e
Enormous feasts wer aprea4 st the
Persian sad other Asiatic courts, and
tie great U lrema coaqueror of thas
reqlons warn once or twice In his dis.
sling career more Isvish than even the
successor of Caemar. But It was hot a
regular habit with blitz. nor was reck.
eIs pertligaltty tever a vlee of his na.
tion. O roo me there were exrc tlions,
anul that wrt'tieu qldevotml to litutrloua
1li ing ixltl lsl Itn .ltia. wtiW k)know from
li he workp. of Awi4l4'etrainim and Ath .
|uleus, who w>\otl lo14 pw ,'ni tu the
ilory lof t l>..'Tr) 'Tl Ilo!'efnilc >ei
4 nroi f. us i *.rt as i, and ofe.'t fan
lir llf Ih IhI rh i it 1101 t t i' n itti. is

filsl i i h8 ItS it0e0 [ MS l ,*t I W Wt 1, sl t0
IroI lr AHl y o4f t.'11 P 410 1.'I t ti(lirt t llK

eal w'ith an rtnat varirliv o(f .',I.'n. *.*..1
amlthobiu i lh, amilu.la had >'.r t InA'e
ViAt il'' %e'eamr&Ael II any Uat>. ThAilr
a ksi were aloe skillful hi l.raprtrilng
v'getabiles to taste like mitat
An Insidleou Denver.


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NEGLECTED BAYBERRIES.
Time Ws Whe the Crp Wae Lwage
ly Harvetod.
Tars ago when the fret frosts bad
come 0onuctfemt people went out to
pick the t bunc of baytrrtle to make
the pal green was candles whisk
whmn bualag gave out the aromatic
smell of the lqvs that the piekom
crushed la pulia* off.
We so longer pick bayrbere tor
company handles for the winter tULe.
Bxcept a few romantic souls wbo pgth.
*r berri enough to make a candle or
two ter old memoriMe, a fow faddisto
who want to try to make bayberry na.
dies by some discovery or other to a
magazine and some stanch old Now
Baltanders who love to get out In the
pastures on a crisp fall day-these ae
all who patler the bayberries now.
Left to themselves, the clumps of
bushes have spread out and In some
tem overrun whole pastures. In some
pares of Connecticut the bushes have
grown very tall.
Ino Iranford, on the coast. there are
slmhnost bayberry tries. e* many can be
found gInC lag along the highways ten
feet tall ani mose rveu taller. These
byLbe*rrli mudt le very old. You can-
not help wo(derling how many crop
have beenu locked off them In years
past.
As early as 1717 the town record
show that the gtialiertug of bayberries
on the lhtihnay- ntd c lilddeu t.Nrore |ept. 1. A fine of ?0
shillings for eclh volantlon was the
|1nalty. It apipesarm that the wnx frum
the berr(hs wan Inaerd In making a
blackling anl a alivee and that bayberry
wax cutomItitail ns artakle of trvd aIn
ranutford diowm tu t last ffty yeas.
luimain iaturv bting about the same
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OneofEli wrstfettao.~ tine avrutlr it' mutsoler. fmere was,
Pruliabll I 7.17 a getcmano ul le' la#uln
kidney trouble, to that it Io an tumid urof 'Itte' Wb l'ikeai thoo hena."ie- t
lous disease sa before the vi~ ofearth~e vore hitif riguc" or -1pt up
realtisehs lldancer bhosmay have a Mmerimaiellimefera'ss ytirmdy clov had a
fatal ualdady. Taite Vuey's Kidneyl chamiewo. broa'.tv Ilrogulatkun and the
CW0 .atlthe 5An*sign of trouble, as It 111"'
rrreata lre ImvlariU sallndprovo~ta1l Iut A4&i at raltrelsleew. hurried hay.
h1inght's disease andsl datetes. J. W.; 1t'uer.l'liofi1401)t 1.7"Set Istilt beC th
MKInOllum A Co. nuitmlgafIs on
A Pkr. e ofMomely Trwth.'
Nitt. i 'u l uj ( Iw-b'.ple 's toe ho.o l ICarreN* N tion
that)11 tee IbeUlta'qinI (srtatsuly smashed a h444. Ina the
"'lhat to 1144 the Waeis." se 1110reI barersuws ot Kasafs. but Walard's
Ia~gt lions m*'fa~spigaer tthe 14 l afItoreoud SyMbp has mased all rec-
win the holerts a( tho Iw-4o,.e Is Ito tell Wras as a Cure for cougsel brumohtle,
thew what they airel t0011b010--, Infiaosasand W )palwwetry diseases
~~smahugtom ~IT ("1 -- orton. Kassas. writes:
.. ay* nover ftmJad meadieslae that
HAL"THY PILANT6 would cure a cough so quiellbjy as thali
Seui 0 NWVMft A4000 G ards Ilureobalad Syrup I have said
5.qse Sh fte#~ le~e~ ~It fm ) ears" sowd by W M JoJhn "a.
W" as so" SO& 0
Me roemover see a me~lba~b whkisk
droolel*1b. mbtao"hballiaoios 0t e'wilsessAmbet..as.
.. S eeuef *Uin~-4See4 4 ~ 11w I."'r Ii the `'t,. h~e w'ag
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#lWflIUDAJANUARY Hi, 1908


fit Ows~rumneut 10
I40 casm"of
tos *246MA~'se'as'-f the
tram SOfilit &Y -of Januum to
stdsY~sS5ber. it !*State
Mine is SWW h of .1u upa-
.h~umUOJtrlWi h ems.the
O&MO tLW ".t Metury men
atn OW OUMB bg tbWl. per-
OW Oeak
bU 0- b4 "eod'ow very
in tw -y-im"empas
a 3541 I -emilu -l, ph
wwine 4~uwftS"ssto ew
ha NoasIIb6"asso sot .Mass
heath a~t them:proved
,.pas~ ~W EWat to tbis
Is"s6 bi 4UNUmeWto pro.

and secman.
to lNve to the
V* NO~W h Ii.Ulproved
to nkld.He
MI'~*ie~b5Imand
*dWr t olnd* -e.texperl-
Ifor e'huoe
At~u

po'. a&det~s o us to
iI~$~bjTnd 'ft=,. Dan6r
A~M~hm~sbot the
of "Ma !Fn OeAce bees

Ius id Mios" WSW4ewaf
lek ~4inpSSI8U4boiled
pdu~'~ ple bewween.
ilag~~ 68MIagNsp bafe h
s mwereifescaluwo what

laIWIWpmIMis& a duo.
mb~m~.wt. Ot We eha

Ituhe moV uadutiou Of


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PAII& lit, M& -dft".Worl





di~i .. mk hebat
Aosa w e MM Mwmd
s~.~.0 aeha" m

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HOW ARABS FIGHT.


betlg the uaal metbod. Geerally the
advate Be with the attacking
fo1e.Is m 1 dMeNre umutly look to
reeoIple themaeme by a salmlar at
tack rather than to w eapturtatte tost
hemr Immaet y. The-beuo n In that
the nuOWduie paity If bard premne
mllgtit-bite O.* captured animalste
duty dso &4 Malmofst w a .
"T Mrules a war In the Jtrab Ia
as staity A decently observed
amnc Anrab u3W the whtte sad red
kniflt to sAt 2e 2a Wondertlad.' To
kill a me Sw battle ti dimsreditable
and mavac Toe woumd slightly i
what is aimed at, and to wound a man
lightly wth a bamboo lawn twenty
feet long t me all feet ofMIL To
surreiad is at .4ueredtable. l ight
is as Jm latble as atak. To.emary
waate at Ight weU bo abcandees
and dbemn or, i.t we cAoem to tab
a 7Dlaal vlwr. peaueve at otaem.
ealnt Mseplia 'Csap am tar m I
COseM anar ae pesailyl o at41
beamB ear AIer emase.m Wasm
tIn the Jaa imh a dabamte e n of
"I have -e 4 e mr a saduma-sab
M of hil lasw, eeOT though he may
hab W dh wst of At blin t. J&
deed, as era wI would ea themt we
w little pImmd aalam betweo o 1W
ediau'ry -I do as eat betwem tw
eleoeMs of41 erhM Ot m4se
tasM wug e Smleag ase -ne G et0
the Ceesuie e n very MW U IAdeed.
The baly a em deiditahteN aspOt41
the iaSr*Ibg wazise iss rftbMeU
way ato wMhB the BedolOe at the
shepherd trite 0l-eir the por apr.-
eultuml dsp ~iN rA thetr artase.
aftea. who. batet maltr arns m
homNes are n NO at eW-
Oda" NM


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Leave Gaineevile for Micsnopy, Fairfleld and .o-
cal points South................,.....
Returning, arrive Gaineeville .................


10J30 a
4:25pm


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e Cky, Valdoet, and all points North 6:00 pm
arrive Osineeville .... ............ 9:20 pm


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ATLANTIC COASTLINE
I RAIXLROA D


(o)ES EVERYWHEREo


brib, Sulk, Ent mal) Wu
Thlroulgh Piullman SoryWe on AU 'frm"m


Consult the "Purple Folder"

F',r ,l,.'aile-I info.rtumlion, he ule rat and resor-
vAt (in, o, your neargt Tieke Agent,
O'r write or call on


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Tom A Study In Name&. mu
isat Ot Thee msamiaon the little vestlbule Ah
WAIL It -ostaI a Newor rk apartment hom M
-the Nubist of a letter tr(MoNow a
4ot inh a Viennas paper. "I had to0
in~~f *dsaw slb. uttl* speca'." t*therw~
IIuW NEU *s@M gepoUsS ~gfor uam.92o five flights
up to pull a strius which o.penws the
IMPW*W4p 0111110 N t b s utracedoor. This tWuk a long time.
of a mm and I had opportunity to staly Mt~
Still41111111111pr 60- tina esof The pe )fI# In tOw h


Esa MON S" he MiPW wower scu~pWeby p..rso oiltood Is 1
IWO W of*A w" b" jlsmed on tle little @I"&i. h
111111 "6 as wa& ftv a Beker thakag" W"na
= man" f t GNP duk 4Souekir ftalksn was aS111111111"si
rb MjhW in to f 49 leWeW'. Ichiatr (sbnosW a WW am
10memo bmim:dgMftaker. Keloar (whits" W" o
a on* o b"d a feldumrlc scahrel me' (ci rpenbelW do
CO olpf br W emma wommuk a dresema he; POW U aft
Molit M# ImlV t to~. (%Me@" wsflas barter. sand rWk
tog % ot. am 49 ow(VutIEW 9Ma painter. 'The V P"e
%a Goo*#,Wo W, Wb= I vd wd lCdme lWtob. of
I the ~Sd.Anm* No dXvineS I had eveNW4ssbad. LIt III
bdpsoW 4, Wotoo*helbe 'aker.' 1heV he modC
ibm ~ ~~~~l f t4 e'ntk sly AMWnfk IS1l 1 19y Mte
bsM MW bay*a bosrder sham
i IftMsIoa% Crpsmter. Both smianu r111raw ru
g -- ho em bbWMher It all aede me thin e
hue@I a a Iberme.MOMcwsmedm1
We A "- *e vml Irv.Oue' slay we

d.AJIM hum ml 'eb"*ldrwas tatbbIt,. ___
mg~hflN~sm m wam m Os ehU nflss astooks.

dam 6 be so j aE!11M .
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Their Aim In to Wound 3n Enemy, Net
to Kill Him.
"A strike:, l ,,Iti t la. the Ar.ali' ,' r.
water, wnr:'. i trav,',r of w ,t he
saw In Mf ,. ,,, J%:.!a. -,, his !",;i.^
dislike of tlI ,'A1he and st ,.-v
The trite or the Jazirlth are o 0,; mi:- '.
ly at war. anid.as I hrive lhad- p!-uty of
evidence to the contrary. I thnlk It
would toe absurd to accuse them of
cowardke. but no one who has !.en
them or talked to them can fall to be
struck with their extraordina iy lack of
vindlctiveness and their wonderfully
merciful way of fighting. An Arab
never tights to kill. His objects are to
capture, to linapciltate or to frighteol
Into submtissoa. He will, It In true, do
a great amount of material damage-
burn villages and ruot crops-but be
will never take life unnecessarIly or
refuse quarter and never, as far as I
know, beat or Si use a prisoner. On
the other band, a d~ert Arab will rob
and tyranlm over his weaker neigb.
bor aIn a pellarly ruthless way and
always do hi beet to make agriculture
Impossible.
"Their method of fighting Is almost
entirely conhfid to the is of the
lance, whlch scarried Javellnwlse, the
lance Itself beg a light bamboo some
eighteen or twenty feet It tength. with
a long knatlilke heed. A band of
borseman fma 200 to 300 to number
come sweom g dmwn on the terds of
the eom7y. som driving of succor
while others ary away the booty.
The d~Al w ofhe berds agpat these
attacks to simlar, a swift pureIt asd
an eadmear to4drw of the maramudes


OMe ~OebsuUe Meae*W beb
OAUSVWUAA*LO


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------CILYDE STEAMKZ-=xp Coe

DIL ALUU"AVf&PEARCIC,


Ofice -V Datlm & (a'. BWAa
pbhmow Gablen~ffi. ha

DR- DoVERI B. MORRIS
n O1 F 8AILIZqGsS MALOZK WX=&E
Jackonville end.Wevr Ydtk,
~li~as 0dIL _So 604% bo"w.*m.

Th~ve NotwdSli8ft~r U~

D.ROBT. 0. BOWERS, s
DENTIST. Os4tmg s

011"bhnOPA. m 11AG. lenthboemi........ .....*.%**gsettest &Whsp~S ieekoail
000 __oo._ 1 ___ 8 No.IM e Cl144694 St... Jobu0 me. Lb..t
BO.:WO-On JACKOONV4VLL1111 ab SANVOND
T."ILS Jdioaopion as reiatkA,. AI. boseo:.(DLM ). sud lakftemuhe l"dings
Stemers "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE' and FRED'K BE mARY'
ATTORNSYT-ATLAW. are ap olu el to owl as fulluws: Luea,. JaeumTSWM y #d~gseep%
Caurdays, at 3:80 P. M. Retwiamia, leave. Wasm, dmilli
stepsS in_ stJWOO00a. a.______
G~mus~u.&m, FLORID& ~- ..

11"Rl NTRU91 BXTER aiAsW3: 30 p. m................Jackmonvile .... ,:so ..I
BKR A1 BATR Leave 9:00 9. =.a............... Palatka ...........L~.1" 10: 00 10. IL
AftrOaItAT.I.AW, IASO 3: 00 A. ................. Aat m..............i406 4: 00 1.m.
Leave ..................sBamfrd (DeZAm) ........ have 1: 00 P. I
D.OUOITORSIN OHANOERY. Due *:O00m. M................S1"ard .............haemve10O .m0.I 2
Oftu 10: 30 a.m............ muterpue Ie............ .Uism1O:0 6 s I 2
Passenger and Tieket Ofts% 10%W OW *Wb% i
01setouam 1e .I rk
H. H. RAYMOND, VtoePrsesdent Wmadl.
PWRDhNAJFD SAYh, H. IL MAYNARD, P. T. U. A. ;"A& .IP.A
ATMRY T LWPier3, N. R., NowTork. nV SkIL At. Now Tuks
A?'O~fY T LWL 8. SCROBLI, C. A.. F. N. IOMON10340, A. 0. P. As.
*AUISYU3, *FLQWALlesb~arg. M safJmgbSk rVim
L. D. JONECS. T. F. A.. JOHN PM490=4 T. P'A..
a* -s651 0Iprps ,(i-Jacksonville, Via. 14P&er JRtNow Toekt.
~j~j!A).I-.C. LOVELL. Agent. Jacksmvliet
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ABSOLUtBLY PURE

This Is the only bhklgg
po wder made from Royal
rapee Cream of Tartar.

It Has No Substitute
Pltm a" Aimmsoamd Pt"" f im mstms am at
a wer pete.., bet no *heeimm e rrm lg e hnobmsi
b ealw i emt t m Ie


NEWS OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED

Natty. of eeurm latwrt Oath.
ed by Our Rporters.

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITMSt

What Has Happened and What is
Going to Happen Told In Shert Pam-
graphs S That 'He Who Russ May,
Read It in The Sun.
A. O. Lamb of Micanopy wis in tIhef
city yesterday.
Fancy houme ssporatted apples. W.
S. Dorsey A Co.
J. Futch of Alachwu ta II the
city oil a visit to his family.
0,. i. Merbhant & Co. have a tile
lot of chickpea for toditays trade.
Prroesh hlitum.st of Wol4t's pare
srapie Julkr. W 8. Dteey4 ('.
W. I,. lampkiln of Jacksonvillie rtle-
tered at tht hrown lioune yesterday.
Road I. (' dei the's new advertism-
ment In thl td niei ite is the lMadiagi
jeweler of Utti F'lorida.
Toclvt ,luart milk tickets. entsa.


cash fita asdima Just thh
otaht conts a quart. Edwardi
iSst iliorlda PMono'57 -K.


JAP*A LC


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whuen %valketd uimm Kii tp
atiti water &w.4 not Zoo it t.


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nedw by app~Ilyiing 1 Amt eOtf
.lap.A-LtAC J444M No~
w 16- I. ry 'itAll owaI.
IsNx. in vL'41, 1v4tuly for mu-.


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H. itch of Ocala wa In the city,
yesterday.
F. E. Cello of Hague was in the
city yesterday,
W. J. Haslam of New Orleans In at
the Itrown House.
fe-puty Sheriff Zetrouer of tlochelle
was in the city yesterday.
J. W. Alspaush of Winston, N. C.,
was In the city yesterday.
Wm. Adams of Windsor was trad.
Ing In the city yesterday.
Seed oats, peanuts sad ehufas for
sale by 0. ., Merchant & Co.
ii. H. Perry of Detroit. Mich., is
reagitered at the Brown House.
J, P. Iluuch left yesterday for Ox-
ford, where he was called on business.
Uet a fine, fat chicken bhe from 0.
d. Merchant & Co. for Sunday's din-
ner.
New (Orleans ua (hirgla table
syrup 60 cents p'r gallon. Saunders
& Marl..
?lank and Richard McDavld of
Mblho ocha were in the city tradisft
yesterday.
Mina Nellie lRives of Micauopy was
Ini the city )e.hterday. belan a guest
of frrindl. %
()hnuli ()OrAnxA Iekoe tea direct
from the Island where It is grown. W.
Sl)orepy & Co.


Is'lsi Mro..J .' ATucker and daugbWer
Nii-s L~issio'. %%, a In (lthe ity ftrom Ro-


4' II Wight of Jacksonville was
AimoltI those ho registered at the
lIrown Ilouse' yv(trday.
I' M I'adgett was In the city from
New RIver yesterday. Mr. Paddett Is
exitnsai ely eutgaged n naval store.
The Jmkor Autilary of lHoly Tratty
Rpibcopal cIurvh will meet at &e F6 i
dntCe of Mrs. C. A. Co(4lough to
afternoon at 3:30 oclock.
Accidoats will happen. but the ba
rreulatd fanalles k m.' ir. Thgi'
:kwtric Oil for sech mamgeaeebm.: t1
sutluell the Iala sad heats the hits.
Thiis in to notify the public that
the I'atik lbrary will bre closed
frolm Saturdt., Jan. 11. aUl furth*
notice. o acTcount of moving. Rath
A4arrat t 9e4 .
C IK Oaklo, the l e rer trmnal g
pamasiw agt of the Seaboerd r
i.i.e. wte as' his mhedquartes
'TaUli, .as In the ity vypsteda I
Sthe iterfmat of his ItI*
ilin Ribbon the raorite-A f ree-
ordt brhn.ke In the sale of B hie Abt
aitmon ad Vaatila xtrawts. 3lme.
keeper who try thea taem will bew
wh) they outw tU all other.
Atteaetka is d1reed to the -hgagl
of adtcwertset of The DoettU i M .
Thits Is oe of the stage ftesit-
taens it OailleRo dad dgattlws
can feol abe tately emfe whea thOr W
powt a t them.

ammu tho wo *pott r ieeaay Is
mas ernj Mr liuakwv ah b" mal
hr se t1 t
Wha to Mdo-


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most comfortable residence In the
city.
We hqve on hand a carload of
bananas, 1,000 bunches, which must
go. Good fruit. 10 ant, 16 cents a
dosen, 50 to 75 cents a bunch. All
four places, Opera House block.
Candy Kitchen, opposite Brown House,
and et Union street. Georse &

The Galnesville NaUonal Bank has
a change of advertisement In this is.
sue. Probably no new bank In the
htdtory of tbh country has made an,
good a showing in so short a timo,
and thM public can rest assured that
their money is In safe hands when left
with the Oainesville Natlobal.
The meeting of the committee of
Kirby Smith Chapter, U. D. C.. will
be held at the home of Mrs. J. M.
Ilalle at 3 o'Wlock this afternoon, at
which flnaarrangementis will he made
for the entertainment to be given In
memory of General .ee's birthday.
the proceeds of which will be devoted
to the UniverRity sdiholarship and the
Old Solditrs' lHom.
Mr. Coleon improves.
Perry M. Colon writes friends and
relatives in this city that he is on the
road to recovery, and that he is teel-


Ina much better each day. He hat.,
with his good wife. been at the Ikit
tie Creek Sanuitarlum for the past
three or four weeks, and feels greatly
improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Colson expect to ar
rive home within the next two or three
day.


,FURNITURE

Fupmititw' Soltd on Easy
PaymotA. Show Cases,
=a t Order. Repiiiing
S psiaty. Sell on Corn.


mas pmahsa"Raw&
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'. . ot Davi sad w. a
OR iAOf A M'lm protm oi l trt
ito* Noiw"e tett.
d Mr. M J. Canon win
i p0 ar bet ilres f brm- t
)'Wi tUet that soe wi1 m l

A.. J. N a, awel riakrwa an
-i blue of the 9" Se&
j M-- M w. spent Y.
Tl e b aevUTbe e, bus n tess
'o 1 ea tonl dt" Alak Iresl, tavU h
.la drs.fU0e o 0 the R. & 3.1.
o He wet Mo te ito hae i e
na u"dray with hi

5 a AL AN-&.htt wia be ed
to er at"eh Ie O at the rner
of KIi B. P. Misbard A)U


= a seM eaty restored to
tl h q Lartip.e has retfrted from
>ne Sw and other points, where te
hal o aaporWat business in D-
i** lMWs. Mr. Lartigue asrM
t 9m t tht the section visited is
is, f- .ki i&Ou every way.
The M. vlfole Dairy Is now ready
ftr bsh-es, aMd will be pie~d to
Or autrn daily with tree, rich
maik, from shoroughbred Jerseys.
Ph s 1TS, 'gt o the HIt, and have
year silk deltred pure and fresh
every day.
Mr. sad Mrs. Geo. K. Landers, who
have been residing on the Strtagfel.
low place, west of the city, have moved
Into- the residence at the corner of
North Arredondo and West Church
streets. This Is one of the best and


5. L. tmoks


DISEO
R. D. Orawlerd
Dr. M. H. DePsm
1-.


WE OFFER EVERYTHI,


$ .
* D N


1.1. Jackso Henry Davis
T. W. Sbhamd (2as. A. Fairlslth

NG GOOD IN BANKING


No Strain a the Parse St

TO BUY YOUR JEWO LRY HERE
We carry an asortment that has a range of price to suit ev5W
iLpa jit, make appeal to men sad women in every walk (
life If it i j a simple litUq pin yourwant or Silver
bthe same ervite, the rome price inducement are o ;
that's why we rather expect you to favor us tith at e" a
part of your patronage. Solid Gold Brooches from $1.SL Op.

-L C. SMITH, Gaiesville, Fla.--r


..WANTS..


5 Cents Per Line
Each insertion, but no advertise-
ment taken for less than 20 cents. Six
words make a line; no fractional lines,
every word over each six counting as
an additional lne. CASH in advance
must accompany all orders for inser-
tiones to this colatun.

WANTED-MALE HELP.
WANTED--Youg white man for gar-
den and orbchard work. salary $30; if
compete and trustworthy. $35 af-
ter six mouths. Apply P.O. tox 373.
LOST.
L.OST-Pointer gyp. white, heavy liv-
er-colored a.pots. Return to .1. ).
Stringfellow.

POR RENT.
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms.
Apply 304 W. Church street.
FOR RENT-Nvw fve-room cottage in
South Galamville. Apply at Boul.
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