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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 12, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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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: VID01172
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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v &AIV, 4. ,289 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. SUNDAY, JANUARY 12, 1908 TEN


> Anic is RESUMED. CO. l nrnn COt AM" LEWIS DEN4IES11
Su Ihe Wreck Cleared Away- .ne 3 KILLED, I? IJUR That He Said All Women Wl.n THE F
A More Death Results. Are Perjurers
Atlasta, Jan. 11.-The wreck at Chicago. Jan. II.-Colonel James
G Cay, of. wk WaIL; Hiram has been thoNrugrily cleared j j C iI to Iad ni Ha iUlton Lwls, a well known Poure WrOON In
.. wf S35ONfaway, a new treMtle constructed d and f I" Illlnol politics and formerly "n.
Strain over this section of the road rd Aku RUL utan from the state of Wahingr.
was rammed when the "Florlda Bp e- ton. ha made answer to a statement
E TO BEAR NO INT No. 6. passed over the bridge accusing him of sa.Xng in a lecture
TO BEAR NO INTEREST hortly after noon on Thursday. CARI R WFR RABI Y warer .. ............. .. a........... .-..- -


Wi' Be Patyable to Bearer on Demand
S9d Be Lawful Money and Legal
Tender of the Government-Bill for
*M ergency Currency.
WO' WMhaon, Jan. U1.-Senator
* ha Inatroduced a bill which was
Afgfttesi to the committee on flnanoe
S -thoirlsins the eeoretary of the treas-
( to iwMe on the credit of the Unit.
4 Statee $360,00,000 of non-interest
0be6gag United States otes In *di*-
S t A -o40 the United States money ta
i ifteB In auch form as he may
4s i odeM. The proposed notes
S4fobe elsed in enminatlions of
ta. pt. i,1 to be payable to the
lga mraaod, a4 ,to be lawful
-, .- IIa legal teader. They are to
l Id st depositories under ex.
JW byw by the secretary of the
hi aoo. e t of the United Btates
1 .uIG iM state, county and muulci-
Uatt as security for the safe-
these public moneys is to
S la W ild the payment of In.
t at the re of 5 per cent will
I lM -eAl these eposlts. The
b. M roe'1,d to distribute
"* 41 aIt equitablyy among the
m i Ctes e coordig to popula--


ai& p~Iet to the Aldrich cur-
;wb* MJM w tprd Wd by Senator
IM B Mi amofm..It provides that:
S4 i Of all tales to be paid by
h ,aMAg ,aoclations upon,
i iwINMw e( tshar notes, i,
irtIM & tbaM I oe a t apart la the
yeMB lAMtr&Mty fiud tfor depo
W A tOlAMt O their deow

.st "fa fend I sMt to be allowed

IM Mwr alely latreducd a biUi
pIviMb g for emergency ,currency to
*be tind by baaks through the
" tMIOmll at the ourremuy with the
Upnag eof th secretary of the treas-
itr S amsat eqt*aql to the par value
of OM beMds to be deposited with:
tAe traser of the I'nted States. It!
reeidesm that 1rltil 8tatem bonds.!
,.lamm euaal bons, bolde of anyl
ftat, County or city, or town, or mu.,
Sleaity. of not less than 50,000


General Superintendent H. 3.
Hutchinson, of this district, la mak-
ing a persona investigation of the
wreck, and his report will be made to
the heA ,s of the Southern railway
within the next few days.
The co-t of the wrnck to the South.
ern railway cannot be accurately cal-
culated until seMtlemenit are made
with tlhe ctlies (tf thie wreck, but the
damage to equipment, hospital and
pDhy)ilans' bills, hoe; hills and other
charges to be met as outgowts eof
the wreck will amount to a staggering
fAguse. It is calftlated that hotel.
hospital and physlujans' bills will
reach $t00 per 4ay, acd that the net
lose in the equipment will amount to
the sum of $3o,u(O0
One more deauU resulted frla the
*resk Tlurd4ay, that of Aleaa4dsr
Iorreater. a wealthy retired balnees
man of Cwtelaud 0 who 4ied i the


dkonts that sil wotwn witnomw-vt tire
Fatal Accident Occurred Tomt Miles perrjuiers, lie sal:1
"I siove: n'ailo itch assertion I6
f rem Vinegar Sond, Ala., at an Early my lift', IhI r.'ferodra' itlytieally
Houir Friday Morning- A Number of to djfft'renl 11i l'sio(f wi1u.'1111 ~I
v hied ui' aii-e' i VItiwmvt sInCmito icasi isv.
Cars Wer* SBadly WreIked. After s6 u Iiis t lie neivil to'! 1w) 'emili
plilel m4 1L) wow 51111v. twt14'se'I tvOftS'
Mobtlil. *Ala., Jan, 11I -A ielsortalI 't'sit ithleintas
trmil s r in harmL De~ od t, t a i-ar iif, the' few ii tti britig sm lt-i agua &-t 111411


&ww il vrsl *t l sLw e i k, Il AI
collision occurred on th .'.:u>i
MiM IAel'pl taillroad (tis siiva
that place at an ealsI hitnr
morning.
Three perisonA were Mll
twelve were Injured.
A number of the c'%:. Aer
damaged.
One train carried a r.arhr\
rear. and It is bellevId that
where the Injured wert'


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Atlanta hosi tal on (one street. APPEAL TO HIGHER COURT.

OONFERENCE SOUGHT BY A. C. L. Came of. Sehmitr and Ruef, Alleged
Pr- Irs, o Oraftirs.
Governor Ansel Agreed to Meet Coast rranclaco, (al., j.i 11---i..
Line O'ficials Monday. 3. Bcinhmits and .\Al.thtia H1I0t.
Columbia, S. ,.an. 11.-A vet. thW 'wo alleged giraf tus ho rect iv
Sal request i,- muad Thur'day by od a Jeutston In their lIur Thursday
long distai(e 'e .i;,haos for a conferT from the district e trt uf appeals, art
esoe wi'h (,in.,: Ansell, Attorney both n the county Jail lu custody of
General L.ypn a::,I .io railroad ooemIl the nw shorldt.
alone by Atlantiw (>ait lAne oklale. An effort wvii be made to have their
It was stated in Lie request by P. A. po 4attoed.
WIlcoxux diCiu,:, iunsel for the rall. &hIlt isa hold on forty.lve indict-
road, that ibthe .i reuoe was to beo 5 with bonds to t il amount of
along the iameU ;: .... as the conference I 0.IN. Ruet Is held oa 112 lu.
recent held o %t l nley and other t Ietets. hie boaeda amounting to
oficlal of thle Son rn. at which time $1,10,I0..
a substainthl !"!. 11 In paaen0er If ther request fpr reduction it not
rates in So ';h i :..a was proposed. 0 w1fle with I the leiWr court, both
Mr. \V .*ate* pol0tively will take the matter direct to the ou-
that th .. 1 ,. wouldd be made proem oourt. The case* of Patrick
on h is L \' l.ntpy predicted (.'thoua, ioeMwell, Mullally. WIl.
that all :. .' J1ne to the ame liam M. Abbott, Tirey L. P ord. Ruef.
agrecm. ., n' ts as this is :)noe 'aItsI B Former SuperviNsr r P.
tLo 1l, a'robtaageble, ebholaW, aoo ip for thial fur bhi b
and w, ,'.d to other e charges at the. suem Une
statI s i; . ttt were sala-. AeoorsIC t tthe ati.emen-' of hi,,
fat' agreed to p M ueutiont, the dw'lthlon will r, i .f
See. I y feet the trial of t4c'tlti and iluef r44
Sthe oler charges aKSiust iluns. %%I'f'
i OWN RACK. r WIll be proceeded ulth as raplt.) an
LYNCI E r;. is OWN RACE. able.

North Car rks Tak Revenge CRUSH Is OVER.
i Fraked. -


for namB leted leas. It was of this lSat
claus of wf',.nf I paid t tm revenge or
stuldidlt wa .t their purpose and the0
oahll a us'less thing Tlhey werf there
to aeconipllNls thor object. Of all
other ,)n t-n I ispol.%t It the terms that
homorMhls, atid <'hriltian nen eltploy
referlit)g tio qu*is Aomoen "


FARMER'& UNION.

Resoluttons Adopted Before Adjourn.
ment-PolltlcS Barred,
Meniphls, Tenn, Jan I '-he
uia m:i'eetin of the Partiu r' tliuu..
ttolial und CoO(l.'ratlve tltison, which
coinvwvd hero TueMdty ajournem4
s1an dile Thursilay unirtit after atkipt-
Iu l Iln foliuwingl ra~uuiItlnas.
"That any nwiu holdloi office l oe
ftrmer'a tUnionl ho desires to itun
tor any political ofilee, either cxion-
ty, state or national, shall rist relsgn
bhl office In thie farnere' union.
"That any man now holding an of-
sce in ithe I larnpra' In11on, anil at the
mame trie hohling a political offire.
shall be $a9ke4 to gllve up his political
ooee or resil Lhis offices la ino Var.
mers' union.
"That we denounce and ontlellimn
future gambling lu farm products
PThat we believe In dealipV onl> In
bona late contracts.
"That we ask In national onwatreni
to enact airch laws as lliI blllll anti
prohibit future gatsublllin Br farm pitl
U ts."


HIS AMBITION REALIZEtI.


Champion Wreetler Says He Is Now
Ready to Retjre.
UIla'li r .r. I~al .las 11 nkr a
(olot0 C ris roln Wt1 r1140r of Aet'tJsi,
has aas''; ,e' i t hat he teah nale tip
Ml nt.auj !s fretireI At ite end Off t011


OUI urI


CENTS A WEEK


FINAL C CHAPTER



I Samub Rinr aT

OBERLIN M. CARwiTE

OBERLIN M, CARTER


Federal Judge Kohissat H"e Del1ded
that the Government Is Entitled to
1400.UCO of Carter's Money Leested
by Marion Erwin.
.'latgo,, Ja.. 11 i. I. ludle Ko isalt,
lu the' I l tied btates ritrult ouert. Oe
to ukd,:' d u decision in favor of the ov.
t'iiivui' tit ini sutit of Captain Ober-
iin N I Crr-tr, tormerly V.lJted lState
asiiin, ,uvistwr, charged witt having
defr& i,.od t'ie t'nited states of 19tOW
10)0 :th.~.~sh ent splracy with Coltroei
tor ti.reei>.t and tlaynor.
1'11t 'I)i I it rtlelI that carter was et
etiltl'd Ils to le 400,0th) to Unaloi 1
elfto set'i "ered rallruad boidsa dA4
oLkher uFs-it ines traced by btho governs.
meant to stIfety depoelt vault sa
banks in ix loius parts of the country.
I'derit I.> decision the govenumate
will irtnail ltse securities and the 4W
imooia 'it.- whiloh resumed to the con-
vliotn ou f (Caplain Carter and of
Ireviins ans itaymur and the laspoilng
tf pei.l"',lllai) senfteuces, Is brought
to a i hnseo
Funds Tied Up In Suilts


The fitie, of C(aptaln Carter, which
the govlrnmnent claims were proceeds
of Cartri's collusion with Grease ad
t>ayno)rI. are tied up by silte pid1lug
to the fedarlr ocorta of New TYrk.
New Jer.ay. Weet VlhiWalosorl&tat
SIllinois By agremnent all of thU
suite %r,. oinnUhidaled a4d tried el
Iore Judge Kohissat Is the h MW
ittates cirrult court Iin higo tlO tll
I a year ago. It to the elate of Oar
ter that tie fands I question were lv.
oe n4m by his fatherIm-law, the late
Robert I' Weoteet,. of New Tork.
1'he cas grew out of the meolsoe
IIon of r n rising river and harbor
proe meniea on the coast of tOreot.
'rih, jovtrnmlntti pro .eutorea coaieSll4
that Ihs ornty olaer aMi the renste.'
tors d4'f. taled the roveranw it In the
"iln orf l..224,0OM and that eot1 tarit(
i thii i ftla,Iuti, i)or about arO.o00u.
went to iktilaln C'arter lpoeal al-
*slMa4, 'a) thoe 0'nlted Statee attorney
..'1A %IA Mirtou 10rwia, was asatsied
to he l e, s,1 ist of ithie eae fand at.
Ir a.ael4i| )rare' work 4600,.410 I-
-.- t.. .t I Pi. I i a..r5eA af m*S. m& S


Velpulatin saw b# e maceted for aucia 11.4- i A hh wjinwuy iuuieu uu Bidgev Lagtioe U l o,.ar tit M i t 5 i S I-' !IPUIiselt o rhisti,'14-101- 1 1041 "V tberxb--
Srpine. No bonds of a state. co.'unn rr -S di- rig 'I- -. a.u -..tl~~savmli.I S.3a s isad Ih enigb
tY W'Umaic*&itY thiat basa-defaulted II ti N I .1 Ie iyu1 44 at .few York, Jan. I I- 'The l,. ;o. n sui~t r .PW st Ilika %--"nit fair lhefirst 1`4010 111:401 HOW4iiSI 95t84`1161144`1 VO
P8ILY MtO~t fPrincipal of Interest on I~'lltiL I*-, I culthrY. of a le. brifto *rush. whieh 1,&% for vy"- ar"p "i t- itsooi I n e~ ~ be, tfaoised, he Is rfadj.e4..s a' 'C ',,-kA slid 6s-sr~esfit llnetos50
111,11Y o4t kabonds In the past shaJllbe tT tr*f ot, h odro l h wig- i 't utsre'ra5f**filjJ
~IBUed 1W this Piaiose. I 'I Ile V. 0 wx~tni t o t.from the outside ;1114 the *~,r'1,. *f O t'44!t.i a lttr tnm -
gnairAd :. A a "big show.", ThO reultafCtoeof ttraM' suportint- jo-io,j! W, .1.of Miimua ill~ng a GSTATE TO BUY 1U000,000 TAGO.
PARADS or UNE.MPLOYID. faeij,.. .I.'00-debL5 Into W.a~fnSd PP~'O"sonsoft a Ite'iit94Ite 11 s~ o, Mtivat gSthe vatlot liags ointb sP.--
8Sice I n ,A' -L~1d Outto be a6. e ibmeewho bad 118Ialg.'to ellfff-r fr-or' rs, mc aicri twtjn le:,t fariethnuitil'f.'r Lot Contract e, the PerilIlier Tapo
1'1oeso Nor"h In Cinelnnati to the uamll Ps., fr': oi#' 9 t te stitaSo der t, Is oor, 't) 3 W g to bo "- A ", te (*m11pl-t*Id't fil.~f~e so, :4 at 10Coment.Per YheOs.,d.
efty Hall., key hi,.. Thir 4ads owqcjes4 3Montmae b by Itt-W who alit" (wovll *li. hbo %IIIis''," IAvg 0~.48 A~sisb. Joelit .'rtioO teadtis.
CbmSI J an. 11-A d~spateh to tewbsinh i.u l xPthe-mob entpr#4 ..:e 4I mtl ( *M .ad ~a b s''' SY@l~f atsIket 6 l.eo
qMUbM*how Cbw Asiamati, 0. says: aegra' s ovrtuanghous e ely Tue.4sy 1 W W qgltwsr1"00 wooetnrr !ho I), ~sO eti,&ere&# jV tlt* tre. If-.r tfaiebisg fortllowIsoo SWs
A e( uC tousands of umomploy- muirolikgs xr. t'olt him trcibly ult,1 Ttoe Ir48 ok 1) ahf.d I lAnee (firstone,-.the rutirrest yeear E, kIW othe Peykis
of IOlt** city 'ban rt"day. owod III$ i:-4y was found at olay OWt%@deft st IAI with W to It$l's asulat'urW4 o simpsay of Philedado
VbrWMO d1111MMIMheld a conforenco light :i'n S-het reallroa s4taks. Mew' i f MISTAKtEN FOR BANDITS. Poeaw t 3 tu a per 1,00. "411
With WM y Wbarqit an-I the city of. Illsi& llt .JA4not boo" estabhIsI39. WMaoeram Reeves eof t '!,P t"141 0*06blool cc 41 sea".
lee". StOMIS Wife opraft tasportaost. Fatalif ncoef at etwon G.,erma I Sider Nita apselirstions 3q4
U W"a Uopeftstr4 to the na~or, Sleek Y lye f 96spmuseereea 4MIadSa St there W*stiaftims off travelers and Chit.."o,. ow I; i~al se sitetag that s he haid"
IbUtft e eing doewof Itb.hetsatorio'.1NaaI sfAA&.. Jae. 11-If ee. .oflw@ paeoneere ashour during '48MtSIimb.V1,1ii C1.61,i 11 'l~rP o-t to, 1S,60 1,84f t oCelli,# Pf 1.0,B
%41P-Aft SIUtoi ey stringency M4ad dn -ln'""0-4 by Judo J. C.Rlug* t"e Urhub a"Oasthe lssee. &ad it 4. 4AI. is 044).itat- .g' ',.tcelhaapar Shviad of *j,8Se ta's tthe* I'. w
IbMMS tk~neatof Irosnout of Walt *rd~iub aW (frosvius. bo"d. W intod that the WNW of .1us Ibethe a7f .:,'-a a. .51 be fk~te,, If 4 o~~ ttlSb d' 'We's leS ll0111111r.
Md Thu o mg w auWs widoisopresd ouI ~S~OTC,)10Ba&~M will be 56If f~t Wll*6b 10111011the l bridge bn-. 6 .-st A&- ,)4PW#0j% :.1 novte's0of00ese06will my IM
%6 Sep*Wea roquqeea'd @4MW a foree2owl s' @bftM 04 st*m. lie V"at low 3UW ON,41111aAi Iaa'isl" i. P, o.i1 "I-one Norteirise'&as 55 thIis 14W S54 U1 fa
VWek.- The ways, hlsod bin tbi, ,, 0!4tbft alll aws osbawlI5 t'dieot~-'.- mom of aowousbe, a I've 1x)rell. hat :a nd the ". 10 sooba r o46 go
4114911 11W bm tm to 8appipriateD5I V 1 ebe 0011,1ftft MI S 11 Y 111101Ab owUl g W~i sI umis a mae, .''&a9etribe 08'sSC4"Ot Ito tg we 149 e
MOM W hrImosijats, rglef Atneag. 60-Y IsoIoblish 46egS bkh 4 O. 11.3 I48asaa&ki. BUittorsv a *bf -ias 9 it ra aI Iet: IPl
~ ~OMA& hiu ties dtE mh So ~eeK.. ~ ~ ~theas~tlerlifitI Loybe ".eTomesAss., an
Ma ap8.sill& amboes isad Ashker la.anew_____1 V 10Wm skswowsad CkWiedo ,60o sie tooa tbroub ss ei 8e*:Sao Igeld1Ye-SW Awe,

Atlesta.Jos. 53.-Glo 114m0i ba oo he60k4 t8pee60 Slo etwoofKM MOM a bp
tOedest 093. wage% 411the ASP96l"I O S f .m 6bsZ esrisae 1EhPtvc t411MS
W~w' .. U andA. Uh'S MW~se. ~-~5m~wee ee~ h88175S5~ 7), G0V318 Sgrenhed hevg: ptheref Elist be~

ft 0- 1ree. wo park(h sm'ThIsI4dead, I S dAd a"t Wt015 soSSkv,914w
emfrecowiftVesVw F, 9. inn r'ee s.' e so
Qht ob~ unoty nim ya" his, "Irao.tt of ts IM asease W'ill too up WSoa
ON 0 arest&Saw49 n 8 W loeraam m4"fow in uwbad w tftei... -. f""o tftdo oemok ft"0 ee"--i.w
bgftl14 ieOWta 110186. ~b~sus@Stk.Js--A Iesaelserveoes i-m ,e
64M Srvaestw.WON" be rusese is4I %b.aroiwee4; a .
so *Wfts. Atlnta b Ir~. M 4 me mnew oom o awrl 1111 &ie Cwi~t of ~.a" 0111Wremv O %OW
1111111111016 the weywarpest et 'ae IsI4, or 00rhetsmsF Cdnp ib"
oVA%%flae~ V.aO, AR J a. 8 I emoNOUN$& o it Ob dirm 6"". rafwo be"& mov*e I. llsaw on Jan.~
N0 m -a r@ oaa. Adm.. Jae -. U 91b eatUrs tO. SW olir
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S rirol Years. .

f CONVICTS WERE LEAtEO

't Co. Again the mceeol SWl
10^Si m- for Pod p"soor
,' sa Tht~lin and WI.-P,,ment
e'O *llll Otu er BuIlaes.
,1 Oadnvll~e, I.,, JSouar I.
Tho Beard oa Cotiat 'oaau s
a sot a U SW hy eto oo)t &m
a -atof S to bov I* oponr,
65 B y40 1S. Pmrwt, JA 0. Dampler.
b, drwm; W. Mibews, 0. 0 Pod-
SyP. P. PdllaMe and J., Toow
0 the n"tmw tat aWle to
er ho board preeeede to m*
i g slham. m ad pOs coumplw
tio the boa d adjOers
Easte a1.a t ooolcek.
S0 n M y, JamAury 7.
.Th bmrd so in rolar 0e6o0.
.a Dampler, ehArman; W.
4 0, 0. Pedriek, r. aput.
*J, 91'. T.owaend. Minute of
smoga were ordered ap.
', w .v tresmti. The follow.
['; rd wore thoe made:
,*&t S. Winges be pal4 as ootl
*p dlt'o for month of Domber,
fie; W; x. Toay, suard at jal, s15;
.:...A a lfla. janitaor, $m; 'ol1
,flephqe CP *7; J.0. MoOreows.
-, : Mr Lott'JUOUart Ol.; nca

inma.1t4pn!e 0Co., $; Mrs. Ida
1HapTae wl Charlie Wise, 930; Bo.
I Ada Roundtree aad Mio
,!.: 6d, n ebah for the support,
A8 .3. Wleam, stamps., etc.,
X0*I I. R Wneaps, record ribbon.,
#. W. Naualight, ooms for pauper.
*. 6 W D, Drew Co., books for
j*dge's o0le, 48; Drs. Me.
S, Kltry mu A MxMtry, profesalta
S4M;. t jul ,I R. B. Pooler, tross.
:,' i ,S*eIbaimU, $15.10: TL. ouL:
"W W e ct bour,$t hoe, Phi.
4 t dd adri for poor bam.
",B: U 0O Pu nA 6t Printtog
S6, 0de rId, $191( 01. Mechant
& W. Drew o., plat book for
4 rMMeas eoi, $30; City '
thlat- water esat, $1M8i W. D.
?- S' afa-. 00lier, aaloiftss
0M. 3. H Mnarery, hook.

*o Ps Po wasM Gmamme


.|S. L Wmai om iv0u( N d4
lo emi rW e M-r GO-od
3. sg JWryv aty 3ag1s $ 44@;
ONet., $8. ;: T.
Iseii sbo Wiere yadm Wilm a
R Ai "e t b molpesst. ..41
1 a UsMl. att woStk. 1
J amO" Pamrt o w w
,ta. d ** Is IBM sob.
smL ser vices redeoed

Soia te orminal cme a tol.-
r: M qs BA. WOmg $&.A$; J. x. teph.
an 9ti. 0. Maymans. 11.61; W.

M nMt. 4. Weo s, .7 : T. L$
msged. 64831; 8. 0. Barrom. S1.41:
"; S.WtH A. & Ohoablit. |.0; R. L.
Ga-th. 18.60; J. K. Stephens arrest

tet u4d eaMvotiem of Into James, Mat.-
tis Jm-n aad PhMp Johaeo,. ell.
tg whig 016: L P. Irardi. arrest
matd s4iotesa of Los Moody. solte
wbhyb,. 60: W. Mathews or l~ oad
| N0e. Otis: J. Towssems. eer ed
I .k ISe:; C. C. Pdrtd to road

III Wedaeday morat. at t o'clock.


Weda4eday January ft.
The Board of County comisslo.-
os seot this day. puruant to adjoura-
nt of Tueday .
wersat: J. Dampeor. chairman;
W. J. Mathws C. C. Pedrtk. P. P
PhuM g eam J. Townat-
The Umothe beoag salted to order.
the oewut o o4er weu ae:.
Tha C. L Tbpta be pI tor serv-
koe sa reaMe.
That Te hlesvtllte Sm a m ae"W
paper piSubd lM OanmstwtA AisC.
a M Mutwy. iTa hoik me IS bol
60e ax n"l*entOr t AAmebua eI.ty
alt -lub the Aolam*t ta us t


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aId with bed pIeWte and
pafs Uliamd oil CowM more
Mll ad l1a loawr th any
Mlatmed.. A puaa t ss00 ev-

Ifydt w contemlplating buldng
or palta your old hoe youn
wast tbhe T. Thme Is a Bet
nla e~erthin. In Paint it i
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for the year A. D. 1908, asseament of
107.
That C. L. Thitpin and T. R. Watts
be employed to oversee the working
of the public roads and bridges of
Alaohua ooat for the year of 1908, at
Salary of 140 e or month, each.
That 0. C. Pedrick and' 8. H.
WMenge be empowOed to have the
baur at the county jail repaired at
That the 11" paid Into the county
by the carlval company b reftunded
to the Hoaptal' A mooatimn.
That the coauty omvlcts be lead
for the yer 190l to B. A. Rawis &
Co., at the following: $25 per month
tor each convict now la poseeslon of
the salm A. Rawls a Co., and $20
pw moath for aeh and every county
eosviet that may beo convicted and
hired out duarta the year 108..
That tho boed of J. D. Lather, for
100, to owa and operate a ferry
MetesO the ewum river, between
the oUtie of Laayett and Aelabha,
ad deemribd ,a follows: in Lot 11.
se. 1. Tp. 10 S., R. 18 ., bo ap.
P eod oupm the conedltloo that the
NaM J. D. LAther put opoatoo theo
said trry within Wxiaty days from
thit d4at, pm eoMtdlUo aM folowv:
"Hrrtage--oor hborm and vwaspa,
01: twoh-or team ty heats; one.
heors tma tweatylve oants; one
boro twenty saet; oot passengers
iVs eomut. 1adM frry shall be operate.
ed from suaris to snaset for a period
Of tea yea."
That Order No. 4438. mad* Assut .,
1tI. roludv to sapplemeatl an
equal amsat of ameoy raised by any
aelghborbood for the purpose of build-
hla hard rmada leading to Gaulneevill
te. and the *am Is hereby reeluaded.
ha* thoe h Md of C a ,4tt a


Is %mv uiq us %0 in. & W Wme
notary publ, with John W. hadIg
and 8. J. Thomu as suretls, be ap
proved.
atmt the bond of J. D. Teo as
Juatce of the pee for district INo. 1.
with M. auanders and T. C. HoMlds


The M t U aistetrW, Pa., hunt>
on And *qptsme who have been a,
O-ouo 0 toUng this asetion every
eson for' Bny years, sad who have
mtsy frffd here, artd expected about
fth'larrte r t week, and shortly after-
ward wll go Into their annual camp
on Lake Kamapaha, where merriment
and good cheer will reign supreme for
thd next two or three months.
This party sansmuly comprises Com-
modore R. W. Beall, Dr. and Isaac
Batton, Major George Bally, Walter
TRIow sad Mergan SHf ibotham-
all clever fows., well-todo, who are
looking for a good time, and usually
are not disappointed.
* There will be this year, It Is uuJ.K-
stood, severaf ladles with the patty,
ifeludilagMrs. Batto, Miss Batton,
and Mrs. Rigginbotham. While the
ladles will make themselves comfort-
able In the city, the gentlmemn x-
poet to spend the usual time in camp-

PROM THE ANTILLES.


Chamborlaii's Cough Remedy Benefits
a City Coeunelmaut 'Kipgeton,
Jamaica.
Mr. W. O'Reilly Fogarty, who Is a
member of th city council at Kings-
ton, Jamaica, West Indies, writes as
follows: "One bottle of Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy had good effect
on a cough that was giving me trou-
ble and I think I should have Ifeen
more quickly relieved If I had con-
tinued the remedy. That it was bene-
ficial and quick in relieving me there
Is no doubt and It Is my intention to
obtain another bottle." For sale by -
all druggists.


COL. CHUBS TO WASHINdTON.
Cat'*d S.d'enly for Political Confer-
ence WJth the Big Bose
Hon. Henry 8. Chubb, re. er of
the United States land ofMce. -hatr-
man of the State Central Republican
Executive committee, and one of the
leaders of hjp party In this State. was
called suddenly to Washington Frt-
day night
Col. Chubb would not divulge the
exact purpose of his mission, but
owing to conditions In Republican Na-
tional citrele which are about to draw
to a head, It Is to be presumed that
his visit Is of great Importance to the
enBuhbeana of PIorids. He will nmr -


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FIRE, ACCIDENT, -BURGLARY AND. INDEJNITY IN4UPIANOE.
-ReureMOVISCa mumber of pvoirwani Americas MAnd fh fMe No
Real Estate and City Loans. QiWNESVILLE, FLA.


THE DIA


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Has built one of the most
State of Florida,


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And is now prepared to hi
ties for the FARMER at i
board Railroad, foot of 8.
S- .bog


lNl ICE C0S1
m.LF, FUL
up-to-date Ice plants in the
,and has now open



andle Meats in large quanti-
aew plant located on the 6-
Arredondo St., just West of
Wd depot.,


ably be absent a week or ten days.

Chamberlal' Cough Remedy a Safe
Med e for Children. I Y
In bayg a coemgh meodlel for l ow .A r I
oa. aweee bo bafnda to bay CyMC=W.
lait's Cogh Reaody. Thee Is no
danswr fam It, and Malet ts always : Oa P easit tooRepasible, oHave a Polst y .orreofs
sc* to folow. It Is tended spe WrPaos obe Praipty of Polley Cotsot ad Wel Osgwpn
ally for coughs. colds, croup andPaPromp
whooping coh, and there ts no bttr
pdltoIe t the world for hese You A re A
ease. It Is aot only a certafa cure for C
croup, but, wh give as soon as theTh an t a low a overeom. you wilout you hare w "e
roup cough sappers, will prevent the wimp ,______
attack. Whoopila oouth Is not danger-
oue when this remdy s given as dl-
rested. It contaias so opium or otherswlft&
haraful drugs and may be gives as B% a UW i
colAdently to a baby as to an adult.
Vor male by all druggists. MIem bes ReItable Oompamloe Repgeseated.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank our neighbor.S H w e A MM
and friends for their kaindness shown . .
us during the Ulness of our beloved lajoIDI Ug eh.stlly firashd. OAI 8VLLSJ. PLORIDA
as sad brother, and for their sym-
pathy and consolation when admtntls
MA t me a -M M i Il -..... Man *I


as uretiea be approved. t* oo 01 to t
That whereas, A. B. Letrouer. K. M. ladi who bright the boauUtl low. -
Hill. A. R. Reynolds. H. L Smith, e and peaked thems for the long
W. asterlta and T. D. Phillips. each Jtrsy. They have be heard from
having compied with the law. that nd reacbed thOr desttataIm ta god
oash be granted a permit to carry a condson.
pistol aecordnl to law. MNay Ood add MIs bleemt to you all,
Whereupe the berd adjourned. is th1 prayer of I
J. H. PATTBRON.
PILBS CURBS IN 4 TO 14 IeAYS. M. L PATTiSON.
PA& OINTMENT i anmetoed to MAOO1i M. HILPRICH,
Slny D of eto I l tt, AedJ 1PllST CHIRRaY.
t my atnSt aPl811 10d9y ----- cusMa
bee W Pn ft g s Panbe t o1so dmA&
W no e rleafum I Why iteW frm es Rheomttsm>
SDo yu k that rbh atmoc palm
Chu'e Suios" at Devet, Ala ca be rellkevd? If yao doubt tate
Decttur. Ala. Jan. It.-The North Just try on appiUeaon o ChaUmb
m WIet A4st ch".rt buildles at N e.latia' Pats lin a. It will am rres
Dtoet.r. u0ed &a a pblite hibh hboo1. aad sd.oo pooile. ad that eortalaly
was d atroerd by re Thereday sight mesas a grmat deal to ay see asked
T "es w 0 PG rtiUaMy ewe with rbhematim. ror sae by all




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,M MIURCHUS TODAY.

... -a 'of Worship,
Diing May Attend.


Swil be held at the church
as follows:
,JblodW' church, Rev. T. J
school at 9:30 a. iu
at 10:30 m.;. subject
of Prayer." Junica
N Its at 2 p. m., Seniloi
S q1 a5 I p m. Evening service
I" UdoOk:; object. "The Straight
O *011 will sing an anthem
11 b saad wevenln. The pa*
*lto glsi to- hear from every
.$ gremce to the "prayer

flHt _teutrtan Church-Owlaj
t t me of the pastor. rv,
Tkh ,4V the sermon will be.de
It i ml IaMorling by Dr. Andrew
lle, t ls evening at 7 o'clock
1W i Dr. $wae B. Strouse, who will
tke MU as object. "Universal Law."
ndaWy sttIgl will be held at this
om a*t the mi hour, 3 ). m.
At tBPi t BapUst Church, Rev.
U. B. I@s, there will be Sunday
bo m at .:SS a. m. Preachlig at
10:N0 a.i slNeit,. "Christ, the Par.
4N.ft 1." J0ulor B. Y. P. U. at
,. ,,Mi s as 6:15 p. m. Preaching at
7:3; -kjs 4"Tbe Coat of a ChrlsUlan

pVites at Holy Trinity Episcopal
Chlet, Mev. IL. Oralihill. will be
aa toWq Holy communion at 7 a.
ai.; moitag prayer and sermon at
14:30; S uia aebool at 3:30; even.
lta prar Sad aTmoan at 7:30. The
laur a &b arrived and Is now in
comlma&m, SarUlag comfort for all.
Advent Christika Church-Sunday
schooll at 10 L m. At 11 a. m. the
Rayev. M. M. MdKinstry will deliver
ler ftmus lecture on "The Babylon-
Ian W~Mpl," and at 7 p. m. her sub-
Sect will be "The Medo-Perslan Em-
pire." Mrs. MoKlnstry arrived from
JacksoevUle Om the nooft train Friday
and ha' maps and charts are all ar-
rasged a the church, ready for bual-
MnW. It Is worth a visit to the church,
lWt mereMl to aye her charts, sanylng
mOthung o the lturee which cannot
be duplicateU by any other person li\-
lac.


At St Patrick's Catholic chirc'!,
VAv. P. J. Lynch, there will be (.,;:-s
Wt 10 O'plsak a a.. and devotion of


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MYsTTic RANGE


I Ns Exptriment-


TWED-and-TRUE

We have sold then Three Years
and know what te'y anr.

IB ENBI IT A GUAtAIIME
Sntru as
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MV[EMMNT "Mall

Malleable Top, l .4'ootive'Stsl
Oonstruction, A4hl'sto-.lined, and
a perfect baker.

THIRIT ATS' FREE TML
If not atisfactory,niiony refunded.
Saves Money, Fndl, Time and
Temper. InvestiIgate before you
bay.







the Holy Rosary and ienedIction of
Sacrament at 4 p. ni.
The usuul Hsrvic,-K will be held at
the Church of Christ


The Joy
Of living Is to have good health.
Use Hl'rblne and you will have bauh-
els of Joy. You need not be blue,
fretful auid bhae that bad taito In
your mouth. Try a bottle of Hqrbine.
a positive cure fo.r all liver complaints.
E. llarrull, Au tin Texas.. writes: "I
have .usd ll.rtb li for over a year.
and find it a tine r gulator. I gladly
recomrnimil it a i a fine medicine for
,iyspephla." For .sale by W. M. John.
f, OIl.


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Saturday Fire.
An alarm of fire was turned In front
Box 42 at 1:20 o'clock Saturday after-
noon, which called the department
with its usual promptnI s to the resl-
dence. 308 E. Union street. occupied
by Dr. Clyde L. Carter and family,
The alarm at first canusoed a great
deal of excitement. as the wind was
very high, but It was soon ascertained
that the flames could ';a..ily be kept
down, owing to the Irotmptnes. IIn
which the alarm was resplonded to.
There was no damage, other than
the damage caused by cutting the roof
In order to get to the fia.Ie'..
The origin of the fli,, was from a
defective flue.

Scofleld ells Property.
0eo. IH. lrcofleld, whin h: iade' hlis
home at Hell for the pa-,t few year*.
and who was engus(edl ii the tnercani
tile business there, l:i. d ihposed if
his Interests to W. N l'"i ler, ..wlliui
both hi. niercantile iniir.t.v alind himl
home. It Is underpto,'l that Mr
Scofield will locate In south Fltrlde

The Price of Peace.
The terrible itching and smarting.
Incident tn nrtAln skin dianeses. Is al.


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ORNERAL LEE'S BIRTHDAY.
Kirby Smith Chapter Will Hold Exer-
clai at Opera House Friday.
The committees of Kirhy Smith
Chapterr. nitld iaughtcr- of tho Con-
tederacy. aippointe'd to urr .tugo for the
exorcil.o6 uxpon the occasi, : orf aieer1.
al Lee's birthday. met at (h bohome of
Mrs. J. Ml. Hall uaturdo' afternoon.
wpen matters were discussed, and It
was decided to hold a nmrticale at the
opera house Friday eve ii, g. the 17th
Iat., at which may be h, ard sonme of
the #best local talent In the city, as
well a f visiting talent, who have
kladly woaented to aissklt the ladles.
Owing to the fact that (Genetal Lee's
birthday this year falls on Sunday. It
was decided to hold the exerclst on
Friday. A small admission fee will be
charged, the proceeds to he' devoted to
the University scholarship, nod the Old
Soldiers' Home.
Farther particulars Pill be given
later.


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moat instantly allayed by aprlplyng ral IIhli. but on tly Me i.'On" Ow., 101 r
Chamiberlaln's Smyv.prico.26,A2t,.ref. rr-td ito)will 1w s orlorisvily r411iiwI PFo tebee rad 11teod slaleme em
Pbr sal. by O a rll"d git.it, rt.I at Til Sm .MM.


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IGEAT SACRIFICES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS!


IT 18 OUR I14TENfION To i*IEDI VE 111S MTOCK T 'rPOINT IN nim, riv:. r.DN'T FAIL.
CO)ME TO THIIS SALL.:A.- Yflt.'WILL F I1ND -S4W H '1)5 )SF''ltA GItAT IDEAL.LESS TItAN IHALF PRICK~


A ( DANCE E TO SAVE YOUR MONE'Y---DON'T MISS IT11


A *A sin tohy F.. WhiteGo*i

LMam u mrejr for

Tw Ulri
M OW pla m IS ks Indian Head. soft fIWO, w~wtb W~.
sw............. IeIsyd..
of PMMs W*IW JAWS. l Wn orth 1211c'ir V/4e Yd.
IftlEm wh a te LasUnu. wofth iZ -C ffurf I IsYO.
$bf eu fth ladla L11000. wor-th IMAfurle y.
hr ..lye r.
(MOM Toebom IlAces, worth 10 sad 12%e as.71d





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ft"Mmm IM easm at remu's A ae). r**&
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ft m Is m aw~. ~t a~u i

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itv.-3* de d bM 9" C"w" at mA"w"avss p.
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PHEOMEIIAL REDUCTIONS

wmmcucfum nmi msiw aw

Pin* Tailind MSalle sad Skirs. Maidecme Waists mandMy
ft hleft ilallhIsn Me osalni.
so rine Tsawwmmtom* ome bInbatbaemw rmiutew".
valuhm as IM,6.willbewM idnb Ibismale at S1N
60H10 UshlaseTailored Skirt..waft OW tob$a W. i tis i
sale................................... M
100 "no Passes Skirs sb In his.MMaMWlb.' new brows..
cut in tdo ""ry"w" 01911M% M.. .--5 4."
Thy r ean v ed 1 hufM $M Mwsad17 $a
On 04 1tWalmsa04 Mibsse' L~aaumt about hlas
"hr pr~ev.
All Wems mW sdCM~lroa's ChOU &I Wt their '.1..
wevow's$1240 n55US* s3fs 9
Weeseefe $*A* d 5256Mib.. S*A
moone's 5"60 "d 9 so$3ism
O~hft P4UuM& ee o 4" Sd It"




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V lain 0, dsg*.ed abW
VA& nu~ ~n Ui


Tky Camel kbsiTo
forTku ruu
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30E~ U". uud0lMae MS14ae'hd Obe4st, ide w. VC
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IS Oft S dION1649 Sbhacked bes O Ot,. hra.,.. Mb
to Ove. No tA,. se "&.flM ",ed seie 11,00.two. u
so amam St N*0wk uSeetee. 1Thu. weito IOU&..
ri Uaw n" CabehSheet.Sian, wetb S11464b6 W

W. vh.Sa e was-86Mi40sdS560hn,. wumb.174 t"o ho
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Gan OMeMNadi% ~WO 1 %9, a PO. .I. ..000

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N' huntr to eleell.' 1ipmuti ml itly AnOpll t XP b *SOWwith i
te'll-luli' t'mminrki. .Wi'ie'vr mny Iep ~ u mam
e'eomilt-r jv~Y.'ry, aitl in tle'ahiau lhn' ou0ui
it.Teir'tmik amurmiiw lt if ivmJW mIIIA ltid f n
for pill to jpay a vn life",' Andti vor It$ bl grh 81e
tin' I%( SlOwing you ouretir -l eilffi'n-ni lne.?
we have ot -. n'44l~blitan &a*orlietmt as m money will .
STI-41;L;.i S~4I LVERTE.A $I'OON8 for $6Paad aft d..


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COLFAX REaEKAH LODGE. TO RIORGANIzeB AND.
Officer Were Installed for the Ensuing Gaineaville Mutielans Ara Amitiese
Year-interesting Meeting. That Sand hall be Reera seled
At the regular meetiln of Colfax There seems to be mantiestd a.
Rebekah Lalge No. 2. held Thursday great deal of Interest &amlg the me
owvening. the following officers wore in- siclans of this city In the maattlr a
stalled, to perve for the ensulng reorganillng the band, sad with a
term: view to ascertain as near as poetl ,
.Mial.l.Ina TouSey, N. 0.; Mrs. (lo. the practicability of doing so. a sall
P. Morris. V. U.; Miss Nettle tobb., meeting of the band mualstans w0l
recording .'ierstary; MIh. MaNudo be held at Idwards' Opera Hosee
Shutt. flinanial ,eeiretary; Mrs..A. M. Monday evening at half-past 7 o'elek.
Cushnkan, tre.asu.nr;. Miss lon .ie Kel. All Interested In this project are O
loy, wardeen; NMils Jetsle Ilurnett, con' dially Invlted to be present amad lead
doctor: Mrs. J. II. Morton. chaplain; their aid In every way posetble. Bamd
Mli. eGertrude Itobertson. I. (1.; MIs musiclans are extended a special IInv
Mayme Shutt. 0. ( ; bliss Kittle Car. tlaon.
ille, R. S. N. G.; Ni" Mado' McKay, A mod b nd I 00one of the beat 4ad
IL. 1. N, 0.; Mis. Annie Tousey, Ht. 8,
L. H :N. M.. Miss AnnieRTouey, H. H. vertiseono'tts a city could have, sad
V. T(I. Mi.. laVs Runklh, L S. V.U. It is to Im hoped that this m eeto g
Mine. 'rlrxn Witherslonl" Iainlist will prove fruitful.
George Taylor Explains. -
The Sun was In cummunicatlmo with Shipping Syrup to England.
George Tiaylor of Palmer by telephone It oleasw more a story of "hot air"
Satulnrday, I the matter of an Inter than a fact, but It is a tact that M. I
vloiw which applKare d in Tho Timees- Baunders a few days ago shipped a
I'nlon of the Nth inst.. quoting Mr. ,allon oft P)rup to Kent ounty, Mial*
Taylor. who iin a .vommiulioner or re-p. land. the conslinee belag C. R.
ret. ,iiative front Alachua county to Iloders, an i)ltlhgiuahmn who was for
their Mid Winter RPar at Jicksonville. some time a rAildent of the Oagllel
\%Vhile the interview itoeN not In) C('olony, nmer this city, but who later
it. It would be inferrvd that Mr. Tay rpturneld to his Iuropean home.
lir hail asurred that nianaementulel of Mr II lmix wrote Mr. Saunders that
lite falr that Alachua omintty woull hi' nih alipfltel btak In his old hoNe,
I", pir.es'.it with a large generaHl iz buitii that hill greatest konaglng wa for
htbiiti. le.'l w Nr Ttiorlw ltte'nd-dl to 'l.,rild stirup-'"the laind be need to
rom ,v tle,' eLJ.rxie.on, that Ih*, countyy g'get I'.4 erttiImturntly esaelosd td
wo0ulld hv.ive R gxtid stek exhibit sidt irlr-i of a utillon1. which Mr. Saluders
IHtniily go) l Ilinirial. cott)iii, i ail s i.i to I lrpre.si the charge beias
s'vnl Nton-Ae Isht1llr j(' %1 2. albout Ave limes the value of
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IV.MYszWITT ..sap Co*-,I Bmioo-W .
f OP'TCM 5 PORT UA
S0 W. Main1 tree4, TsuLmmre 4
TW -AI'. SUNv, publiahed evry moral mes
g ptNM my, delivered by carrier ia the lfta
no papnypsrt of the Usited saslpee, e
Wsess e sym n", ees ah#4ti amy to

IIoInimeft local esoluma so acest sen
r aset`a"Sa b 5m ortor"ea sWedtln
Mo ONisplt ay dvaerth san de uknowsem

UesTwiegs-weekb em b Go *IetogsP Luuto
S sow., peMeit every Nseday ad
I" e, tlsd m eaMxs no"te of &tW
9 414 mJo a shIS"k, sad wurbe
ahut pp Mate trees myrt rgteI ttued
@N e Ieds, or $.* year-s advaas*m

[, SS,. iestefstliBlogsmeutmum etlhM
b lredi too pay for ad"ertiha in s&
Addrdtapt Tav u N* =T as.

The Thaw trial attrets little iat
teWtep In this section of the country,.
Pass the ad bent" tenant alog
M tI he hbs to pay rent or live out.
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SThbere's not ma advertisement print.
e n this "paper today that Is not in.


onti7bsthe insuranceeth to ompeles.
.'re wa'dmwu from Wisconsina

m a o w the sceaslon In t o aem.
j te e t opponents of proIbition
W SPI MN be itonsy. "n told you o."


O of o them My416 and leave you
00. Ts ppeed in Peoasyl.
*90l--id ol a derk p~~it!

N to look o the advert Sa oolt
mms of the qo a eille papers one
mnueaMhl.d tseu twoe warono h
St oe M bearnlg boiae I tothe olty.
--
I 4a 1 the piP of covt labor hias
"lOmped" about tea dollars per
alk. This will make qtto as4111.


SThass that are "golag wrong' to
as boe or Me us alydrIve"peop
Stote #A ISan ads. fer rlotf. Will
a wiat ad. "hlb p NoIe" a your a
gaIutkila dleilelty?
S a Duval m asty umdtesm aM at

Sa*teir o* W into the amw
sib! ewith ftmo themselves.
D rigaage the de to Alaoha co. a

T he merchant who advertise mees
I y ear thea tlast bus o deliberately
*tas to ravet backward om the stpre-
hlibwao-otarta to unravel the bust-
et Ilablt which he hfa be.n weaW-


"Votorado vial blew a train o. the
treck." says The Nashville Amerian.
What Is thee so stran about that?
eo windbag ometime l fully ai.
iof opeettig aa aesUre railway asw -
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It It a nottoeable fact that the apW
parent opposition to Congressman
Trank Clark come from' the citie
His work In Congres has been more
along the line of help to the farmer.
He realize that boards of trade to
the big towns can look after business
matters, but the tllers of the soni
must have affair attended to .by nme
Ia absolute sympathy with them.-.
Starke Telograph.

Mr. lfsry M. 9aglor, president co
the norda Bat oat rflwa ad the
great developer of the east moat of
this ta celebrated hwis ?th birth-
daye on Thursday. Jan. tnd. Thtos t
Moe mas to whom talents were given.
of whem It eas aeve boe sad that he
"bid them Is a apkin." May his life
be *pared health fo may year.-
Patkm News.
That Wilkee-Barre youth who hba
Inaveted a wtreled telephone that
meade and receidves ts sonad waves
thrW h the earth Instead of through
the air. might be able to sell it to one
of the many PrealdontIal apirants
who are lying with their eanr to the
ground and trying to find out what
their political chances are.

It to amusing to note the "tnBe rt
editors friendly to the asounaeed ea-
didat I for United Stoate Benator
pretend to manilfet it CoC rsewan
Sparkman remnalla In the House.
Thoey rllie that he e Isr ure wi-
netr If hbe ente the rae tor the Sie-


Bob. John healkrd till has hop- st. ate.
e4 Governor lrowad rallying an *atra t
eamlon of the LtAUlatumr. accord la, h a *l
to a clrular letter he ra o reeuly the bask statoat. May the ate
met out to members of the atel8a of the food be of a bright grwee-ad-
tare yellow? .
A fraternal order classiaS working BtATe or On6. ("C oW ToLn..
In bre.erwi as "ham w, mpiuy, Lt,A CorM.
ent." raertrad switchme's work I s3 J. Cewy mdaath thC t
smaldtermd satf Milht waive the i tr i n 'W t of the r of r.
(ormHW Clusw for a werk or two. at J. c*to y & co, lo b thl
,,asL i oty of Toledo omety eal State atoars
iAd., and that maid trm will MY t
%Mr h1baa It ItaNtiwd is bill to I O olt* lhu w4r DOU o tor eqO
^tt*iwar in serral Kame.s towns i t he6d WY Com o af ctaht that enanot
ti'.rt "t of r Anthony and Cleopatra" e* wrv4 by the am of tal'I Cat T.T
Ikit.r a Ptru AN J. CHWNKT.
Streauo"eg u dertzki to40


1l- asns but we pap4Iso
:It r J h th*O. lays ofbaaa

A th em t Wlb.Cer1 eSS4aML.
and tbkb tt.liks Te C.WVR" 1,166Wde.
Is tuh) be 14SI-srap Itoaitit $New!
to fs Att,.gt 40.0" "of is ats.
)W5i.3W! A44 ,hj i&, % 5'.
vok imb" #s it S eOwto bca
sk"go & 0m


ftoy w OOmmc this 0th day of lwe
ceaher. A. aLI I".A. WOLMASON.V
(SeeL) No""y Pub*~.
Hafts Catawft Curis Whn"amter,.
OR? ydbo sa ats Ileetyon theblond MW
aseem swamIdthe sesema d,

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Nemlneaten of Capes Confirmed.
Waseisto.I Jan. 11-- IBe nate*
be eaflrmed te noladtleon of Jdgef
Jdha Cape.s of South Carna, to
be *e ulslonor ef lateral revenue.
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THEIR PIOPLI ALL
a Chbms Ote*d Otve m s IewwMd
Td vwd of late has beee in every.
oneMs mout d may are woate&a
what the word aslnes. thousigh no O
Ms yet wbe ftes ho wlU denty tat
NUWaBROy B H31PMD6 doem theo rM.
Wall, for the temation of thousena of
people whi as o he w Sa sheut a good
thing. we would msy that URPICIDU
mans, a destroy r otr Mlw of "H*Rpea."
Now "Horpne" Is the famgy name of a
41s caused by Vwarious vesa.ble par.
matte. A smnllar Microbe muSses ~d
drul. itching e"*p. and taltag hair: fth
Is the microbe that NIBWRO'I HRPI,
CIDE promptly destro: after which the
ai grows O. sold by eiMdtl drugits.
SeNd M. In stamps for amuplo to The
Hptolef Co.. Detroett MSno
Two sise-40 coets and $1.00.
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THa QOVfIMONiHIP.

The pitor of The pua h0, ee
-Ad te quetton more tm UPa pe
durst the pat few months as to wke
be wai supportng John N. Sock-
top for Governor now, when be op.
posed him for United State e qamtor
four years o. The answer'Is easy:
We believed then, as we do now, th
Seantor Tallaterro was better ftted
for the duties of Senator thaw Mr.
Stokton. mad that he could be of far
morn beneft to the people in that po'
sitlon; and we reO two men runmats
for the United Statee fwdate mtday we
word be tti aupportieg hSator
TaUftero' now we did the". sat
Mr. Stockto i Wbanl>g for oremor,
&ad the editor if1 t l bellve
blo t be espeelaly tted tohe w.
Aponstbl duat of ,this oe., 'We
have known Mr. Stobkt IotIuat tly
for mt yean, rs wp a" 9 ve sd,
ways adflre bus for uts asmly trits
of haaseter, espedMily his rugged
boesty Ina hi dealings with b tel.
low-eltlaes. Not even Ste oten's
most bitter poitial eoem have
over qestioned is honeot., and bo
one a gal sey his executive ability.
In espotsing the cuse of enato
Tallamerro tour yera Ts n in
no lastanoe abused Jdip tookton, or
oven permitted ayth itng Its ad
vertuitag ooumla dsin vory to him
personally. We Iave "t, bled and
died" with John teoekton on more
than one ooeassio because we believed
him to be right, and we are going to
do all we can to place him.In the
gubernatorial chair, because we be-
fleve him to be the best man In the
race for that position.

James H. Reed, president of the
Philadelphia Company, and a close
friend of SeuatorKeox, speaking In
Pittsbur. said: "Wo have bad enough
of Rooeveltlim for some timte." Sen-
ator Dolliver of Iowa to a speeh on
the following day, called the Roose-
volt movement "the great awakening
of the consieones of our people under
the most iuperb leadership I have ever
known." Take your choice?


TItAGMOV UNAA COCHRAN.
T% .# i for Attacking
Pamert and Wift.
C" ochran, I Jan. 11.-Rercrts of
an awful tmrady and the lyncblng of
two neroesn kbe this place on Wed-
nesday hare been received.
Henry Coley and another negro en-
tered the home of Martin Livingstcn,
a well-todo farmer, attacked Mr. and
Mr. UJvlnataon with plato!s, knives
and claw
Thinking their victims d!ead, the
would-be murderers then ransacked
the house, 'ad Were In the act of
leaving whe a number of people, at-
tracted by the startling walls and
saoreaps .o( v getol aad M l wife,
soapran autbt Co.
loy bo eboaped. The other ne-
ro, who p ame cannot be learned,
eOt away, but was caught before day,
sand later they both were swinging In
the air, ftaly rldded with bullets,
and left to be cut down by the coro.
ner.
Th4 fearful news spresad like w.ad-
fire, and esued considerable excite-
ment la and beyrod Cochran.
Victims Bnroute to Atlanta, Ga.
Portanr, Oreg., Jan. 11.-Mrs.
loyd, who until recently o1123456
Voyd and her son, who were killed
ta the Southert Pacific wreck near
Uan Jose, wore the wife and son of
Rev. A. P. Boyd, who until recently
was the petor of the Sellwood Moth-
edist Episcopal church In this clty.
UMr. Boyd had secured a transfer from
the Sellwood church to a Meihodist
church of Atlanta, on. The family
was enroute to tl'at cl;y when the aent.
dent occurred. Mrs. Boyd's family
otome Is In 'Doteolt, Mich.
Dimilsed frqm Servica.
Victoria, B. C Jan. ll.-A~lvices
by the anti-Marn state that AtL.'nitni
Baron Y. I:o., of the supreme naval
eouncil, wno comnnanded the Japaonre
navy In the war with China, haM beer
Soadal which involves him with the
wife of a workman to the Yokosuna
davy. Henry smele, an American
doctor, 1habaed with shooting a Chi-
snes soldier o the Thibetlan border,
has boon aselitted in the American
eurt at SBhaagal.
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SHE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. FLARIDA. JANUARY 12. 1908

I SCHUYLER VAN NE$$ DEAD.

O1ce a it 1arkeor" for- P. T. Sarnun
a-"1 Famous Basea-all "R o:er.

TN E It belong to health for : .
a baby to eatand slei p,
egg to laugh am grow fat.
t *J isea of Sarasota recently Illiployni'ft tomorrow n Tiurgi In the But fat COmes first '
a board of trade and it is various cigar factor' f tihi Havanal- do n't as a scrawny ,, ..,
Sas sttely at work. .\Awrican Company 11 T.fipa. Other baby to laugh; wl
f -torils have d ,'id. 4, to follow u. d 111 e pti l I ,, ,, ,, ,.
I.Y.., proprietor of the Po. nxi\ich will mean ti, ', Iling of con- Fatfirst.. ,
0llA of Dade City, ship- 'lderable more moi;i.y isn cr1culattion Ta, w t t i "t it*1 iks l t
=4 8600 peach trees last week in that city than the,.i hal been for to behlkealhy. lllh' , i
t dl ut arts of the State. the past several m ks. wy f r inh
.,, --..o ---- 'HU In i' "i "r The Pen i> s ItUR ileit
B.8weeting of the produce The fhrmnen of .ti:anjl a few days. e ,i E lN : ai
el o robots thatof 550 while ly since struck against the ( reek fisher. aei b of h f, .. ,^ t t I -in e whenl yOur
1111111 robbed of $550 while lying "enIsttae ftoodre be'o,,i. g .uitenutt',r hrthe tamfood Than a hr '-":nofihs w your
1A sO hk In Miami last Sunday. os and threatening to absorb the bu t a rootr', yt I, eni rl c I rha houstcis ir fireNt llto it i-,
Or"l has been broken ior the business of mackretl ti.hlag In that ANIDmlnne.eadstl.i4& their new pr.nd.d stinitly smiure th Prlit e ire value
She new Masonic t se section. The boat owners acceded to (Of li's ;ira \'an No.i !a.| k h
o be on the outheast conic t er the demands of th- Amnerican work- much of htl. M!d-fiti. pr .tti,', .it:mor. 1
of It and Monroe streets In Jack. or er n anld i cons'iqt"lnce the Groteek '~~. E o u it t. htltt f Hl at'l ti l'na utfour yiour llil IN' Itinel upon 4
Sand Monroe treand Italian fishernwi' are out of a ALACHUA'S NEW BANK. made !'erm tIniv'" .N it);ot.n: iti- s
hjob. string icy for
At tdve Oak lat Tuesday Emmett A report on the operation of the Ho Started In With Fine Prospects BIRMINGHAM IRON MARKET.
1rM was Msentenced to twelve months electric light iplat otined by the city of Good Bus.iness. Filr IsUrai ce
tI tit~ Prison. after having been Curtailrrent In Prodecton Will Soon
A t 1on the charge of having been of Ocala shows that lthe jilant, above The First National Blalnk of Alachua, Curtailerent Ie CProdt..on Wilt woon
oId hurof illegal sell. operating expns.s. had earned a which started business In that pro. Il 1 rhi,. Al.. an. I -An- aln letiait. WinterK bla, Ilow
S orrofit during the' I,,at twelve months gresulve town a few dayV ago with a l"lrilnnhtn A e1 ern 11 An- ar nti a.,I t i lar. How
Aa lavestigation is to be conducted of $4,.l: h.it, iess poitg for Improve. capital stock of $ 25,(o0o and a good thaount tnt h rpe lumpi b*rne 'hidy si t ir Il eu? 1i noln int in afity, this
by the County Commissloners of Hills. mnents in theit suin ', :2.. The plant backing of solid cltizs.s and business that the rpl1" pig iron which ae; oflth will at one.t anl!tin it on nueipt oe
b egh county to ascertain the ad. I.- heing wll ti tum:ged and the pros. men. reports business v.rfv encourax- c~e slapice tof ibe t market, bas a line lir>n you. '1IIINK.
viaObt of irrigating the poor farm i)oprt. are that it will paly still larger inl. From the Ol'mni tiday delpo.- been reduced in the past few weeks
la that notnty. dividends in th l. itur.,. tort have l.e.t pournlg in. showliu fromnm U.ttoruna to le than 66.000
S--t-- --.....oftl ho- c g rconfifdenceI n thil% new vniture. and tll tonllt. and (thmt 4he curtailed produ a
The aty councU of Ocala htite or- Contral to I!, -trr.nt be.lef that together matters liave o,*tn rosy with ion n11 shorl) be ralliled off ,one rt1. I 1
dered more streets to be opved with thl, la\-off of n in the cigar fac. the new hank. nac'e In to Itlrininghanm iltrict belung .
vttlfled r"ick. Magnolla and Os- toris. of Tai;, i, ,,r tle holidays would The ofl.'er.i of this u ew Imnk are. mrtadti up Alne. MonnlAv thim week, tt.I^I taL UIS.I%
ceoli ar to be paved from Fort King contlitu foir ,r. on!,,e, ani invoUtiga. )r. J. C. llshop. presihhnt; T. W\ anti two, oth'it- now t Iit i got teln tin Offle In -
avenge to the city limits, tlion brought forthl iiti pleasing fats Shand, fli.t vi'epre,.. elltnt; ('. A :Idi: ,go into Into The Olinesville National Sank li
% that, while tit. of tji large factories Willtams, second vlt-,- pre'ldt'ilt, (I u )n: i k*1 .. i i, I Hi eor
G. M. Davis & Sons of Palatka. the are aftr'ady.v worKntig almost full force. W. McCall, crahier. 'i li lr lt ,'s '* 0i f t0
wel-known manufacturers of cypress I wbich is ni ret.,,.i-t,.i''d for this time With nuch consea'rv t ii'tmanagoinent N :21 M N N A.on
tanks, have added naottier new I1-' of th i- ear, ti, ithelr factorlih will as Is ansured in thi ii. tltutlon, It Is IN W
dustry to their plant, the manufacture hei working on tfll ttim, in less than safe to say that the aff.ir. of the banik Why
of kitchen tables for the trade only. a wtek. ---- will grow itn prosiprirt lfroit yvar to Should your baby suffer? VWhen lit
r The pollrco of K, \VWest made a raid year lt fretful sld resatle.s, don't iorl Noveltes, Books, StaioOe
Liquor, dealers who wuret put out ono ., :1nIito 1,,,, I; ich there were HAV ARRI meant on him and use any old thlt Ang Diu1is
of business on January 1st in Ala- about fifty ('Cuants tgaged. One of HAVE ARRIVED AT FAIRMOPE. your t i hbor reromends, ity a OU
bamt, when many of the counties the li tndin t the table Mr. and Mrs. John W. t ow bottle h known worm V uu ,
went dry, re flocking to Pensacola before thMJe Il.v. rs were aware thatW tt Now at greatestt known worme ada t iU rn .
sad other places In Florida, where they were in Ida:ncr At the cry of Their Alabama Summer Home. euro for children's disease. It Ii mild
are allowed to sell liquor. *police" the lights all went out and Information has reached this city to in Its action, builds up the system,. I INato U Ma"
the most of the Cubans got away by the effect that Mr. and Mrs. John W makes thin, puny Iables fat. Mrs. J.
A party of eighteen Japanese arrived jumping from the up-stairs window. Ettl, who left her" a few days am) C Bmlltb. Tampat la., writes, "My *--mly *lw
Is Jacksoisille from Norfolk a few The dealer and the "kitty" were s. for their summer huoe. Iairbope baby was thi d lkly cld not--.. ..
days ago. The party came from the cured and fltlei $9) In the municipal Ala., a beautiful secluded spot on M its food and cried all eight. A T
Jamestow 1 Usposition and will con- court. bile bay. across the bay from Mobile, I used one bottle of While's Creaon l V I I
duit la Jiianese tea garden at the have reached their destinatkom safely. Vermitue and In a few dar baby was
duorlta $Ji-Wlanter Expoglaton. ~Svveral year' aago the Dlunellon and am ow enjoying the lxuries of lauhiB happy and well.' Sold by I I
po-- Phosphate ('onmpany brought suit In their summer home. which is one of W. W. Jobason.
The CuMty Commissioners of La- the circuit court of Mart county the moet convenient and beot appoint. -"- By W IYi Yoir BRIADI,
fayetle have decided to build a new against the A. C L allroad forS ed on the Gulf Coast lmitrnt riav. il Wthoern.-
eousrt houe. The plans accepted reasonable charges on phosphate 4liP Mr. and Mrs. Ettel usually spend VictorlB, (', Jan II -O)w"in T M5 El
cIl f* a two-mtory building of Indiana ments in (eve.sN of the rateS Ie'by abput three months of each year at to te recent del naade from lte Il'al
Mmstess with ltner walls of brick; Ihe railroad commission. Ti.e O firlope. They are a little early in m Stales and l nada for th e restri. Ph- l-'. U VMr .
building to be *4492 feet, with all has just h ae'l settled by the last" going this year. however, as it masy be lam to 'Sorts reeved Thursday, the For years we ebe" 6M '4
modm owsveosleaces. The price will of the circuit court IMai coity that they will be compelled to take i11ie severIi ent has withdrawal a i lladrds4 =
be 641 by theA! C I. paying to the Dow*l. a trip to their old bome in Australia Pivilwtep fo rly #i$Vn to001 on
lou Phosphate Compaily thie Mount to settle a value estate later in th to A ri wbherby their term of eL.
It Is rautheu umusel to bear of one of $33.00. -.summer.". teies w-sre t ir to oe e
. reqeestUg to be seat to Jail for thirty e-r. ertlis wa9 reduced to-e year ,
day. but amek was the case In Jack- Mr. Richard (ummings reports the prevMlag they rev'lr from abroad be1A. i 4u C"ti AblOt
avlle the ether day, when a healthy, champion sto(k log of Florida. It was PLANT WILL RfIUML tw. they are twenty two )*ere of a*e
k iokils "ho walked li and asked ut near Mtoccastn S1ough by Robt. e ePh Pe I
Sergeant ino of the pollee head. Ifatchcock on land owned by the Cy. Dianned S Company'* Plant, "r. Five Iften Injure,
iters If he could not be sent to press l.utl,.r Company of Pealacola. oughy OYvhauled. o te t Start. Detrolt. Mihb. Jan II --Ive OAIl(IESI,l,3, ILA.
Jail for thirty days. This log of evpreeas aeae 40 feet After an idlesese of several monthe, Orwemen were lajr.mi. pnne of them a '- -'
__ In length and in 72 Inchee lIn diameter during whlch tiHn the maehlnery haI tally, at a ree whi'r ruaeI. about We d1 aO M tlove A metosl e
Madlel hIs a new botel. The at the mall end It costalus 11.15 been thoroughly uoerhauled, the plant 'Or.Ocon d4s 'ei* ritay fi tthe rwlif s a IMser li
-.'rehaats. which is built of brick- fe t ,arl m,.taure. and 15 probably of the Diamond le. companyy It In an ea""r and Ji ,*- I*Kuittel mill *t the Si tn1SS
tiaroagut, two stories ln eighth, the larg.t stick of Utimber ever cut SM ed. Is preparing to slart up" crne'r or 3*'-'r ard Thirt mrests A-e i l a
with aaple sad broad veranda. large in Florli,e The. log will be et Into s*s < T !* 11.e* he Is i'u4. I te be rt'-etver by .I I .I/I
mm seml.ps eitv. co.lnve trboard at .,:i 'f the millls I. Apslachl. aIs one of the meat mod-rn Iz"u*mte t. brke ot'rtt lIa tis heI


of water bath. roams en suite, electric cola. --
bells sad other thing that go to the (harlt, rter a eranl who
makingof al un4odate hotel. injured Christmas day by a
-freight tr: in on the Seaboard Air Ln
The eer aeml$ atsteadant on the o; ha's enter-d suit for 110.000 damage
v'e*ls a the OCmfederate monument through his attomr'a, I. eIasom.
Whih T to thave tbe Wed In against the' company. The areldelt
O~a ot 1h of th I mth bave occurrled at the erner of raakl i
ib was I 'wa Istreet Carter was oeesas the rail-
SU101 1t the mUe nlt there road tra' ks and did Mot observe a
In ti U I-w the -sm to be ld fright traIn wbicb as baeICag t1Io


Twhere Matbe"s a day minee the
ftWeO ON ewswmb&W tha swbwvfrie
poo" eh bemwowbft dVeftintaft
09 Labdowt Tb. ftws inyu. and
sreeb A &WOf le w bte be u fw-
bw itsevgos be shipp"en rm tWa
MAel* m ip~no. soIrme asiti
weemb to 4b Of

iwehe mft"woo IN be gives



aW'


the, d~p't until the seawas" 4l0ose u
him and the-ti a 846 o bft hal-1
leviedt o h im. but It was too Wet,
and thee ,- manlwas thrOWN, resetTIngS
very ..n1-'ios ljuIesM1 to hu*is s Hele
will b ~t". le to do 5s ay waft "a
flherman on actoot of the Ijries
rvtIe-cvj eIaidwill osip be able to do
light Lab"'f In th* future'110 tois sUN
nocfmeno.i It)his bed "as S rmis adthe
iulroin we-etod -Tam@a Tribe..

I,? V00 Railway Striko,

al.). -qtwra tt;Lbftr .AM&& CS
C4;kIa 18~~U' aeoL-~

'a~ ..so n ne apee.-St be"S s
I ,*: baells 1&100 s y 01
vow.~ "to -


V theStatwanduseOthe$rut t' it" V1.1I'pt11r O- .e atil paeai.frum
W h;: ~eiyof the AUK has
1`m00G bROF1GN doubledmaking a totua l [ fR[ T j c
ddaly O@aclt, of ttw siPes, leass.A
1011 member o( tosam anempleoy A
In aeeOW yor aitot tier. and all will--
be gind to retum to waith.

Vow* e..,.., feor La rlPPe lman..iIt.
La ~~ ~ I gripe "ng01 arNatalon a.e et whe. b" i
Seep bogins"ly deV40into P'.ooly us e way to owe IL.
""W. "lWO Kap s"d Tar act epertaft 1Wais utosure the hi-
ebby NtO"m toe o" ibot bhea" e"peg.
,- 1W 1810 WUW he PM A ba4 beck mesasickabkldeu.
anreedle aWhe d. m e* 1. W100 bvbimObfdm
nine NOR"'sHme sa Tat cn~tain. kl~bue tarily
be bemm fal ug abd ks b a 1p.iv11w -. 1 su 595fmaber. tooIn
PMW~AsRMotu*e obalsdtes. ), Wat 1311,_ lt~TAmp Vinal
CCM M & UCo. lays I-saw Ihma im a "us
"W they -wed ueow hme =-- --sad
dm~d~vr of the kid"ney. Two or' thre
o NeVW111e0To, 0619Feared. 1PWrft es'~areminl CO th Pas 10m y
lw. ad 0 iJan. I I Wsorawbeek I was WOaW* to won OSw sever.J
~Sao MUOLO.s 'rrteam&? 4 t. dap TUN sawroteft* ed the kidsey"
fffte0(00Isenlv*. WAd9 If to1on
sirbe ift V" .Iay "~"WreU!4 bwvtmeo *Ithe eeMsltawese'e
has WSW44 m- 1-o, neOw roe "In *fley I trw9ied als. PsDO&Wtakin
lm're *W%%f etor N" r a, W Wt 0eem4dlaw 601W at meolefbe
Vage is me 4S'rb. be aad as'oaf ago .1inlI bt emom's
ftseu'm4of ats., NW "bemOw s
01.4 ~Ce*~-'nav.e" 1* -111-981. pGoi'wed

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Itoile Clothing, JOwelry ml
S .Things of Value.

WENT THROUGH REAR WIl


Easty, and Proeesded to MetoUp pf
verythlng Deelreble-40o Clue Yet
P ond ofa OffendM at Law. -
m the past few we"o from time
W totme it ha bowen reored that l
m or burglars have bmeea et
/la hair workink au lty. afd, dee
I the eorts of athe ooes to a1
praebdod the oGeaders, so far thet
have bees unable to seoe a cte
whkb would lead td the arrest of any.

The last vietiem of thuse Uhtlgabwr
ad I pilfere, who carry their nerve
W" th tea is the same sa with their
i Ne, evideUtly, was J.' C.4(a= pM-
l, *r of the vraks Racketm e, oa
X non street
Mr. 1r"a1s aaG e to his store ridary
SMraW to mad that the pisae had
beas robbed, as he discovered that
Ss hUer ad been forced ope
I, a, etrapeoe had bee eoured
I. t q mi ,alow. Mr. 3aim Iotleed
11n., i l I the arragse-
i eot o him clothmta te., whiko he
T a keeps Ia systeatin ahape, and
pamf lw vestgatlag dis ovre that his
lWgel Mhad been visited duartn the night
6rt. l les w missing. In-
LJewelry, clothing. etc., but Mr.
h declares It is tmpossIble to
4I nmlam just what the part? or par-
took away, as he oCould not tell
it hlo how much stock he bad on

The polloe were notified of this rob-
b~ry, but have been unable 'to far to
"d a clue.
Mr. Dwans states that an Investia-*
Stm Ia the baokqyard developed that
S te burglar dropped a air of pants,
,ut either did not to lise that he had
S ot them. or was frightened away In
su ah a rush that he did not have time
to pIck them up In the dark.

'WAS TOO REALISIC FOR HIM.
Wan Creates a S a.a'lon In a Local
Theerr at I rr. i Mn
ynn. ~ls' J1n, I 1 *,'>I ui4
*ever the treattil.mt awft. tllalp to the hilroln" of a p'av at af
looal theater Thurwisy us1hl. <(or ,e
i. aroe juapod otl thie stal an4 atf
tea driving the actor who played tins
p rt of the vtainu off Iule stage, soel.
e&the he rolMt In his arms an4 doclar.
ol a 6 would dtefnd her.
S, ~tap hauda attelipted to drive
N hIaro 1 f ,rom t'ie stage, but hbo Pels
a a I re ax sa4 rrefuavd to leave un.
ti1 be was dove poweredd by sis pollrc


Carrie Nation
Oertally smnased a hole In the
h room of Kans. butt Ballard's
D d ossd Syrup bas smashed all roe
em' a asoa a cure for coughsa boamohlii.
olaeifta ad ail pulmonary diease-.
T. C. H.-- HMrto Kaaa. writes:
o't have mNver found a medlelne that
wMd sre a couh so quickly as Dal-
, lard' Horehbud Syrup. I have seed
It f or years." Said by W. M. Johaoa.
SJep Widow Si, CIvne,"on.
14 ew York. Jsu IS h. t% r n.' Kl
S pre ty 1i. 14 lIs &.,' ,** i,1., h. a
entered suit i 4451 ,1 .'1 '! 1 V Lk. l i 't
massa, whoF runs a rl'as'r:> :in Nes
voerk. slalmlas HeciV oLOu %ii <' til
bieseb of g'ortis ef tP? it^ f. 10
*ila'* )* u',k P#O.'*J "aw'l. *<
Septet the I,ar4Ies boias ee1'%It i
preomeuatloe asUe ecmtiai~e nf an et,
,eou*at rt roek l* 'hot he,
pvr oun.e to the Japaes** aIeow.
eeOIete that he a tp0" ly hitel hem

S All the We
It a stge. ad Bailard's aeow
IJnnltimt play. a met gemtaut part.'
It bau no osupetor toe rhesmiata, tUW
S)tnta. cut., spmnd. mUd all paits.
lau it try It and r"e wtI always
MOO it Anybody wbe has ad SBal
ard s 8600 lASAest tI a Utiiag prof
of what ot s Bay a bottle mts.
bo Cad S~0 t otd by W N Joa-



CAPUDINE
CeOKA odaft&aa


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THE DAILY 8UN: GA118TYIL, fLORIDA JANUARY 10. 19 08


0OLDS AND ORIP THEjPEERnAGEI u
AHo Trtmet Btte Curious Polt About the Nobility ef U u
h .Jotof" e that ItIs within the HUMIIATIH -IIE-DESTRUCTIVE
The bot MeI tnetment i nar power of thb British parliament to de- 5*aa" w
a y trth prv a peer is peerage. This would The t ptm Contagios Blood Poison is usually a little sore or ulcer'
10 0to a ly w to ma only be done, however. on grounds of which tos quickly followed by a red rash on the skin, swollen glands in the
t th h pbic policy, and c a proceeding g f g hair, ulcerated mouth and throat, and often coppercolored
Sn 1 -aturally t a very esptlonal char. plotches diffetat parts of the body. As the blood becomes mte fu
am s te r. Asatatter tat2 there is cotaiS with the poison, poustular aptipas and sortS break out on





Iso i paleoerAstter pr ofcle ot te upoher.
othe in.j.of. oTheni ta h.e.aUc thi knd I u suffer c And themselves diseasd n head
Ma m the reinats w rm d IV. toorpe Ne to a twithu rating. vile bad destructive poison. No othrdiese
ietle am tate "thet po Bnadsd torudiseng the toilet rtles of an inf ecteds re
llc dlM e forw S edeldcmer0 yUuaa oi is it, s rdiaSe cure forContagiou BloodPoisont. Na tha



for wase Matde ow e t.h1a ear.everyp twice r ftpoison. it makesth e

h .o tl er **.The m ao people who the dlatemib e a ic on ths
SNO W uhe.ls a, S th dNodd. iea S Sa. ha CudthousandsofTLAT e .


Vboa tod u leswhc reso withSonmatoious Blood oso miue
S o ffrothert thatDauor8.8.. and got the

aw h M r ounlf doear.In the slater ec for -iso out oy blood bq it pe tlwkYour health We


e, ha p r theertage was claimed and| IM




.Ut Xr l ter ahme treatment book on the disease,
Vwes rdlo* POP114 1009- lt iotlethere&thstabli she dnM aft-
ee 4 K a hren t oth owh kd nin addition our phyan ill give without ay
tuteer InTootl1 a the omots tide tme Terror. was NItS.C a p mnr
_o___r. o________ -ssute daadlty ealamed aftr the pueerande
had o et onabyancefo r 4. 0Syears. &a { aft A& .








tMher AlleO rAIN ACTIVE. There ionw atOvhed b the AodMa** dad AmRss b m MaA e CAftdPo mt
-1 p godof peerae-namelydo"t o ar-
They Resume "oedlow bAfteraeatGO &usedKartlett, wboMnt andp baRo
son o fItudof through fer ea so year from theWeArtotOu







Warsaw, Jani. l.-he Trtorists tMexr aothe toneuero to he reign daft
of this city whoe averbteu quiet for n ward ilLeew weeonlyrtw, eSarl







rsome, noe past1haoresumed opthe ae obeanns, elatter d Is ther1
Una. anotnmdating FAoln W ItNhTL N






Friruy an k was on quest whe igt toi a simgolr fa hatFLL I
posFt Mcar stations atSokolow o nL. par u D ee not eerage has been W t
A bomb was thro wnatth e il wa. hi create the odUt. titl he ofa eno t in
ing twoaned wouSedWg ten soldiers no etheoriagen eers,

and rairoad employee. tlar. we e oan e on hr two lpoain wr t
After looting the safes tireTeomr. be interesting. When a t or.a Men%,Wmnns andO kn 's
btet escaped with a large Amount OfcomomUiero the latter becomes a pos



money ed oe.andfullyeltd to the privileges




UNeT EXPRESS W of peerage other than the rig and Prompt it I

outhe;,re".," Pacic na~tI Ai Copit to eu t Cin All Our Lines Will Be
ins noble notwithstanding the death
Three Killed and Eighteen Hurt in a of her huabg4, Ifhowever, during
San Joe. Cal., Jan.- JO.-Sunset 01r then sbe oessae to b a epeeress. On d F
pross., No. 10,southbound, on the the other hand, a peeress i he W own
ate, wa. wrecked Thursday night at still rem oes a petrees, but does not




cker, p miles uth of e, Impart her nobility n ud toher bakrupt-sb nd. A
aMrs. a.P.bod. of Portlan.d, re,, Wellknown eDpieoOfthis law. Of..a1 2
tram s lleMo ororr ted k illed. of u -iroAs '- urdett-Outta to W ii.am
wghteen Injitred are blug related Ashusad Blartlett, who *Imply adopted
the wrorrIs unknown at this t4un Much has Wes written at one time A ComPlete Catalogue Covering All Our Lines Will Be









tho forces at 1416 e Pogusrla Ilay ) azdi41 This is to cet all druggists


allnog the s ecu4 to occur itlihlu thb
p st tell dos. and lelitig out ni' liil
ouel huudird m,,n, who diew larv sal
arle.
'r:re red ,c:lon wea In the dIlEiar' tIlnt
of constienrlJck)ol na i(spair. A&nd thi
mwo leot out Are Iton anW shipworkera.
TIe lack of work at the yard is at
sigant for the big retuetliu.

Alfred Vandortllt Sued.
NIw Y'rk., Jan. II -Afred 0
Vaaderb!lu has e, e ued l by Franrnes
Richard for $600 oetalmed to be due
for s*ok he did 1I bullag fror Vsa
*eallit a ractai automobile for the ra
oe* at Ormoadsae e*t It I4S. After
Ike car rosebod Ommoade It waee t
covered that four of the eight eyia
aere retued to work. Mr Veader
hilt wt`drrw his eatry. HMa expe
saet had cost him N.e*. bet he re
twee to pa the ~.9 0 ea the io4end
that the er had not mot require


CASTOR IA
fent b




l Ya i I"m AIhb Iho




Leon Lst of Ceaoall'ea
TrI . J. Ja I-4Me New
Je-y reiltred seinta'om ef t ei t
amal l repro to the Sor\era stat
that traJi Jaaer It to Decrser 1.
lat lear. i4 peres. were kVed a* d
UIN ag|red by the atretira% i to
Jorae. ellrped riasatea are bliasi
Sr the lesa tItalty not t'ag,-re
ad pale ersisoae arus *aI MWto a*
oam reekaele eo r maney of he ar
dts
p 11 Sh
'Ma W,--i ** i r1 -~- i
Wboo fteaft


are autborlsed to refund your money if
Foley's Honey ad Tar falls to cure
ye oulh or cold. It stop the cough,
heaeu the lungs and prevents serious
reoalts from a cold. Cures la grippe
oughs and prevents paeumomaa and
consumption. Cotainas no opiates.
The genuine is In a yellow package.
Refuse substitutes. J. W. MeOolhum
a Co.
Deny Recall of Jear.
WuaMonsin. D. ('.. Jan .
Myoks. the rtarts of t* *e
embeamy hE.,. hats athortae
mA 4ealal of a report tro
vet, C that the Japas e Co
erteat is reesllag to Japoa the aray
rwrve osa mow I ow Lat Usted
ttrre. BOW ta te a

Speeal Annerosemeet Reowadng th
Nati l r Pure Peed Iad Dr Law.
We are p leaed to annoauce that
Poley's Honey aud Tar for caha
cold and luangs Iblee Is o lt Aeeed
by the Iqatload Pure Food sad DIug
law as It itar w no opiate or other
haraul drugs. and we trrOmad it
as a safe remedy for e lhdren sad
adults. J. W. MeCoUm a Co








FUrITUIEE

Furniture Sold on Esy
Pymneuto. Show. r Ca
Made to Order. Rep#i-r
a 8pecialty. SeU o Corn.
-OsM,.


SOUTECNH [DuITs AND Y[(TAII!S

111 q oe the Above Is Our Specialty.

We are heavy receiverN from your section, n1d
can i handle l more to your advantage.
We got the price and make returns daily.
eind in your name alndl we will forward rubber
itamp and keep you advised a. to market conditions.
kieeraae-Yoar local banker


191 O WAT- ST.. fgigcAe ILUIODU.




UT! OiiK i 8 G ull RILKAD CO0
Sedteeile seUT* April 30. 0IW

&M 9M 01 ST*M S 1 -0C, -- Z0 6_S- 4
Sea oAn mouts 'h+ae
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at se At la1o 64
A tag
^ MI L.^.^milL
I ia fes U Oft
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ca& A emU&Wr.fsem IJ'e W &*is


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i' l talkIt pa
McI a -d the question. "D
t1 i V ahftly understand wha
yi Smnettmee I have been la
ts toi "Yes," so atriklnx hba
i the taa of the birds' remarks
tip e tl "N" When a bird ha
Sroftl r taught or has learned
t oa3 olerrvatloeaa a eonalde-
Smbubr of set phrases and sen
theW tlt certain to artme occa
whM one or another of his ex
ties ts in happily with the con
or etrcumstancp of the'mon
ameo few instance of each co
(for *ve onae of which
r Vac) miay iltrerst your circle of
d eome ream we were present
ft a youal reen parrot. The
Snstu bave been only a few
th old, as she gae no sign of hei
S ta. This, however. quickly op
ad Polly soon ave evidence
b was listening to pounds and
M pduce them. We now
Sto *ITe hI talking lesson by
repe ttng over and ove
set wear or phrases and wern
sepad forour pains, Polly began
talk nad quickly mastered a good
At etlem tons. 8h* added a
W wO MIU acquired accomplish
6e0 .s cab calls, milkmen's
'sgr hDoy' cries and the cawing
Soeks. Pter piercing whistle wduld
eam-. tbe milkman to stop and
around. thinking the call was
S hm.' Polly also learned to imitate
song of the canary. She would
k up at her little yellow mate in her
above and call her "Sweet, sweet,
little Dick; pretty little Dlck."
On one occasion the dressmaker wna
Into the dining roqm and wnis
led by the bird exclaiming: "Ilel.
I Wiat's your name? What do "oan
ant?' She surprised a lady visitor
one occasion with the rather un-
I Inquiry, "Are you nice'." About
thi time I was salrrlng from a very
paInfl complaint, and It would al-
t seem as If my suffering drew
out the bird's 'ympathy, for on one oe-
aon de said to me: "Hello! What's
th matter with you? Are you quite
well? I replied, "No, not quito well,
Polly," whrespon she replied, "Not
qulte well." She was once in the room
where a member of the family was
gractleig slingol and presently made
remark, emphatsing the last word.
"Wh4~t the matter with your' When
at gdof out-for a walk are ap-
paret we a invariably and repeated-
Iy bidde "Goodby, goodby," with the
accept cc may kL sse. pon
or iMM Fee tlqulis, e "Wher hver
yuear t" d oa beind formed
y. 4 "G Olad to see you back."
bi *iit mr my *wife was one
asoins pattht up an old stove for
Polly b ftt Mar her cage. On the
half l l the bird watched her with
pmOt. S dad pneratly mid, "Do
yOe fe eol Clr "oat your bke
was a re Polly found great
disculty It pttering, "Coaut your
.beaw be all she succeeded In utter-
ing and soon dropping this as too trou-
bleome. However, after a time we
tried her agamn. Now she drop out
the "bl" and toemetly ethorts s to
"Couat your, count yo*r-eIna." A few
weeks ao swerrant was engaged In
polishing brmworkt near Polly's ncge.
sad th bird iamedatley started talk-
bng to her. "Hello, Polly! What do
you wavti What's the matter with
you? An you quite well Do yoa
feel col? Where avey you been?"
sad mch -m. Elleit no reply,
abe *..tid oant 'Why don't you talk?'
and drew 4he gtort from the woman.
"Became I am too besy, Polly." Polly
replied. "RHw a hochl"r-l. Dann la
Loadoa Speettor.

A Vsue Preeription.
One of -4 virtues of the modern
ihyslcian is aeflnitene of direction
To presribe a dawe "'oe ain o o tu"
1s to leave a wt4e margin of chance,
especially tf tls drug be a potent one.
Let It be hoped that the good man
whose prearriptloo is quoted below
wa Dot dealia la trybhnln nor prus-
sie acid. The letter is taken from
"Highways and Byways In fwsses"
by V. LeeCs ad was written by
the doear la an English village a
(fltUI ago:


r.Andnrus.-I bave met you innym
thia w bik iv"may tkSin The Man-
bertfoliwwtgnXvia: vt that in tho bottle
mmatd VII ha 4. you m7 ay L"of the
t41.S, M2id at SL titaa. a r..4 09 Is-'.
PuAla. *U5Mu a Iftu. waMrn i at-r it a.
"ad Ina*bsNOnMADS Luke2 g1.Anfus 4,0
thaq IsS .W& VWbt 11.t;. d* L"amb4"r!
aLstar HILA" Shea pdoW64a) *at nwatkhtn.
M take 6:00 of th. Setarm dWtiery
am m MA w sdin th.e or..4M.
I IMS t*;;1 60 "Uia p.4M @1kbIa t
ie *s*of No wwIA*)~ eU I.A'Ia
hMIN& WILLIAM M bSUR4'OJ

so SusmasisTromw eCured


10 u bm m tr a-P"two
Yom Witha bd hid~nm"&avowa
*wes noa dmofahet boe.
bb*nS ie $"m& adL" Tab"Let

boom a booSt of amad muse"
un m Jon &MM
Com awa ?-bow a"-o fty
ab or an ie -oof. I


Laxative

Couh Syrup

Rdsw Cold by working th-
ootoEthe, eem through ooGe=
and healthy aio of the bowels.
ReiMst Coughs by cleaning t
strengthening the mucous m.-p
braan f the throat, chest. luns ad
bromoial tube.


Th Original*

Laxative

CoughSyrup

Pleasnt to NMadoe















THE FREEZING PROCESS.
Why it le That e t Tme Will



CraLk oryBurs.
Pleasant to free. Ake

8o0, i as tlhe I ,l'.1I

The crucknag r lursting of Ite is
brought albouit in this way: Wheb wa-
ter tIs amljectd 1 tCi extreme cold lee
cryntnla will gradually form on ItN sr-
fatc- until the zauIe are covered with a
thin coat of what appears to be wet
snow. From this outer coating of teo
crystals all sublseiuent freelatg g
downward, the ice thickeolag aesord-
tng to the degree of cold. The water
which Is betin converted Ilto lee Bow
begins to expand, creat l a preeur
upe the uofruten water boeO. This
preasare Is both downward sad ouat
ward, and in case the water diler ob>
Wrvatlou is In a vesTi e dm"p- ad0
bottom of the receptacle apply ths .M
siatance.
As the freslng process smtisus th
pressure ulpon the confined wir aaMd
air In the Interior of t he k t
until something yields. If
be stronger than the Ie to M sat
has formed over the subrof o f yi r
of lee will be bent pwAi td Ob e.-
tar, that beuin the wealMWoOt
mount of the fact that e oOut
edgom of the congealed mas TOw frose
fast to the sides of t1 viW MN whIch
te experiment Is ben mad& Il
oodltlon the e'lutrT of the WOM C l
ams to rime or lul until It buptsl
from the reslitat:a of the water below.
Could the viewl leI tapped IfrOm boLw
and the winter draw off no amount of
tfreslng w.u!I t ie suffilent to cOk
or bulge tw i.-.. lIvyer o0 the earface.

An Insidious Doager.
One of the worst features of
kidney trouble is that It is an lald.
toes diseanu and before the vitta
realizes his danger hbe my have a
fatal malady. Take ho sa KMIey
Cure at the flrst dign of trouble, s It
corrects irregularlttosM a4 W rm ata
BriA t'gt dises. and diabetes J. W.
bMcCollum & Co.


It Mightmt avu ee. sWone&
Mark TwAijn. durims ~otito aI*-
two. tomrit WAS waitimgsat a statt.Ia
for a delayo. tran The beltur. oega
mitt** ml seveml t@Winewere
with ba-in m Adtatlkin telf rVbest to ao
Methi 1r,, rwa 'Y (i)LOmasstoW labout a
frmgbtt'm.,iv un~sSaity to" he had reel
ONATOL an.i it W2s a Ovtweome tale of
471ff 1 bulolsad rudthawt su 'It
miglthAVL~* LnOsWD 000." ?Wsln ltf-
loedanl1.-I & Ie O w sad kdirtSammc.
"I ire~d ito thatsan loessfor two
yftm 3.3.1 1 never 4".4 er.,not a
laz'4. t're Ie way he saw x
oesv.i ~2t' u. ss the cswa&d. 5"4m a
man s.s. a word toato I n. '4V
roro Yonn-r .70t.7dus Imi tyimv "tL*
hu~':cu'lt-smra4L 'adINA1m N17
I , it g .-I W tiNOW 10,1-
tbwf ~' ti itoeenm veiyboady ew
tha t 1. 4 UWrw Isls &POI"I


ofew to Aveld PWmoda.
you ma &TM opl MO ethe
mlauinresellsAN is amlbor
Foley's Miv ser no'. it w e
- sad e-smpe a *0
oywm ~as fs@* bha IN
foeu may bumte onfs ftas a
pobae. *J, W. MkCM & IL


I ba DTi s oIs. a


Pftb SN mineels"is t M


I.DaVERX B. MOERU',


~ie e Ham Raers.Pboae 5- t~rts


V)L ROBT. 0. BOWERS.


DENTIdT.


Oleo an Miller Law Exehange
Ob Phobne No. N81 Resideae No. I -
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Tr. ELLIS, JR.,


ATTOR4IM T-A r.LAWv


OAMINvalL JI


F'iOarIn


BAKUR. blATUESON & BNITER
A'rrfONEVB.A 1-LAW,
~,SOLICUITRS IN ('IANCYRN'

GAINF.$VIILF.. Alachus Oo., FLA.
()Ite Ia llpmu. llook.

FKKDINAND ItA FF~,
ATTORNEY Al' 1lAW,


(I A uIN 0 1...


F it i -


can ell you. ly : roerty. (inw.
proved and onimpr' ., phuiphiate,
truekla aund farminl 'ntids. Send hbi
a list'of what you offer fnrsale. 1142m
J A. CARLISLE,
ATTORNEY AT' LAW
Aad Sollltor in Equity
Roe' etaSte, Ooveyaneing aad Gem.
eral PrMtie. All business premn tJ
attended to. Of i u is dooer to Sau
Oaks. GArfv.,tI. PFIIDA.


I AH'X CLAIM


.THOR W. r3awNGo


CLARI & FIELDING


Lawyers.


Praetlooe all Cortm,
doeral,


state sad


ON"ho emoalaemIwiUe hlt o16w B"5k


rOAIIM=VUJJ


WUDAA


ALACKUA COIRIIIII
AlAshs oasssy ics3=,#00momisci
sushu % I wles railroad SOW
muroadeN s6red, u
In b hesbol. 3? phosphate
boelmtsa ewpseuPe.sadNWPMo
dweeseen.ot os, uo re, sugar,
a~m, lIPgfaoes oampples, or.

sEmi, lsvd 11kVd~s i on etab ae

6awkuvIII c COO jSeat..
No bhutte.on h umbhestwopeblie
uehsslb. She Vaieusity of flortia,

woatlerSe Warm s@yewmes 01el

els.'"W"slog. t weoam"ss bOeliss
; oqaoida t weIOM5I *was&

~ fourow
44W"in b.Vaa l 0"s)Is17-


Tb~l Floida

Frtuitad Truck Gfower
L. a uu,. Omni 06 a"'""%
UAU. FLA.


slow~... ~. S



6"4

,one THS W" MOON@
*mom 9 a palssm ..o.o


-POD A I 8A.A=IIqG-8 r331 O W*LI2IiX

Jacksonville and New Vorirj,
Osling am ONIARL98TON 8.(0., both *AS$.-


CI


Itsenasal Stinuahlji s the Cositwib' Uwvlwe
lyde New Englanid and 8outherki Lin,
Ftreigbt SerivoeU mesgaJ %CXSON V ILS 80bl~~'UN savd
PROJVIDWZOR, &WidAll 3acsurn 1olawd
Falling as C haviestos both ways.
Acia bhbound..............,..From Lewie'Wharf, 53mta
Nacthbouud............Pl- Fow Fool Of WaSbIDA10n aW., JaaobsiUvi e


ea


Clyde St. Johns River Line
E0twenIr JjACKUIONVILLai and SANIPOID
itto.plng at Palatka,. Ask Horeeford (Deland),andi lamt'naetiate Landileg
on St. Johas River.
Steamers "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE' and "FRED' DE BABY'
are appointed to sall as f.lluws: Leave JASIM)NVIL9.S. dall rleept
daturdays, at 8:80 p. n. euriuling, IVlAI)PO, daily
-,, e'uorpt a Jnt^qc. tI latIUO 1 IN
iNeed down alite ,l
Leave 3:30 p. in .................. JackunonvIlo I ............. I... 5:00 a. L
Ltavo 9:00 p nm. ................. Pa:latka. ...... I.. eavo 10:00 p. .
leavo ::0o0 a I ................... Astor... .. ........|ave 4:00 p.m.
Leavo ................. ... lier?,ford j (lk'alm l) .. .. f ave 1:00)p.m .
Dueo l:u0 a. n ...... ....... anford ................L.emve 10:00a.m.
Due 10:30 a. in.......... ...... ntorprise ......... ....... ave 10:30 a. .
Passenger and Ticket Offie, 122 West Say Street, Jaesoonville.
if. IIf. In.Y NIOND. Viet I'rer.!lent und UG'neral Manager. New Y- k.--"
iI. -. MAYNAlt),. F M A. C IAUlHYV. U( P A..
PIier ;1t. N. It N,. York. Pelr 34, N. Rt. Now York.
L. 8 S'RlOltI.E. ('. A. IF. M lltONMUONtulI, A. U. P. A..
lwoiltrir, Flit. Jackeenville,. Via
I,1. I JONES. T. P. A, .itilN 1'lNUiICI1. T. P. A..
Jatr kmville. FinA. I'lor 3d. N. RI.. New Yrk.
C. I' 1. )V.L.1., Alg,nt. .Jack onv ll le',Ia.
General Omfek, 'i

G.


SI


MERCHANT & CO.,
letfllen ad Jobbeus lt


Staple and Fancy Grocerie,
Iaia ai lo iad l WF llw
SOUTH SIDK SQUARE. i I*AOIMBSUJ. IWORWIA
Mighew markse pries patid or OMhe. g sad ther hm e,
A O(mplest osek of H caO. O'n .Qr a sM. siv. Meal, Ooeus Mdel
amd A &rW* 01n Athe vltY R T *I t the L
P Goa-ll u' e i les"




Tampa & Jacksoonile* Ratly

PrFK1TIVI FOVIMBs 10. 1IM.
Ioeave Oainenville f)or Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points 8i4uth .......... . ... ....... 10:30 a m


Returning, arrive (ainesvile ............... ..


4:25 pm


Leave Gainenvilhl for Sampon ity, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 0:00 p m
Returninag, arrive GainfNvillo .... ............ 9:20 pa

J. Cutler, ien. lUpt. I. o. Bard, Trfk l r.





ATLANTIC COAST LINE

RAILROAD


14i4 J'4EVERIYWHIERE


North, South, East and Wost


TI gh P'ilrl'ullmana orvico, on All 'trnln


Consult the "'Purple Foldir"I


I"' fii !.taiI4.4 i lferntionIEI, iche.iuko, rands iutiresi
vaiotioua, '.4** vtiur neariset Tickiet Agent,
tor writo tip call on.


Ticket Agent,
Atlantic Comat Line,
(AINEMVILLi FLA.


Ptaw I At:Lh

JACKW.N V ~APLAll


4


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I S OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED

atttns of Gneral Interet G. .
rad by Our Reporter.

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS


What Has Happened and What Is
SGoing to Happen Told in iShort Pars.
graphs So That "He Who Runs May
Read" It In The Suin
Trade a, New York jacket.
Large absortment at Phlfer's. *
See ribbons at Phifer's and notte the
price.
Deposit your money with Phifer
Broeq. Bankers.
Fancy whole evaporated apples. W.
B. Dorsey & Co.
C. M. Splvey has gone on a visit to
relatives at Fort White.
Nothing better than a good bank ac-
oount. Se Phifer Bros.
S1E. M. Clark is at home again, after
several days mse'it in West Florida on
business.
Raymond Smilth of Chieflaud has
accepted a position as apprentice with
J. J. AQempwsy.
Geo. C. iSnowden and ion of
Hatchet Creek were anong those who
spent youterday in this city.
Did you ever have solli comfort
With your feet? Then try our Corn-
fort shoe --they are the real thing. L.
C. Smith.
Does your pilano need tuning? iPhone,
78 an4 secure a factory-trained tuner.
R. E. Lansfot'd will carefully tune your
piano for $4.
The Twentieth Century Club will
rbeet at the home of Mrs. W. M. John.
son Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Dr. Sledd will leture.


Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Joiner, and
9Miss Emma Ilidgeway. of PhiladelphlA.
are here for the winter, guesnts of Mr.
I and Mrs. 0Go. K. lAnders.
TWelve quart milk tickets,. 9 cents.
S eash In a4vanice. Just thlik--only
; e eight cents a quart. Edwards' Dairy.
S aUt Florida Phone 67-K.
T. J. Swearingen, who li engaged
S In the manufacture of naval stares
and lumber at Kanapaha, In spending
'?' Bunday in this city with hiN family.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. P. II. Iell and Mrs.
Rell's mother, Mrs. tiruelle. have reo-
turned fronl a pleaanialt lid tineftclal
camp In lll'll' hiaininmok, a felw nilles'
West of (llineivillh
l'Prf. J. K 1,'- of litlik4homar. ((Ii.,
In Ii the, l(v I'roif 1,..'t will probaltl.y
a ('rr |I( l i it oils ilioti 1ti 4 .'il ier l I tlhe
c i' .ol ori Ali it Iu: i t-) itv, i. u i; 14
0 sniail to Io' ia iit'1
\\" \I \t I IIIi I' i 'I ri IlN 11 1 -1,i i
l e*t.. \\ rhli M .l> i In 1' I I l| kiii .n ;
afli r his is i ll i t r % \ il .
o>th e i It ll l ,'t n .. i I. ,.' \\ i .1 ,1
i* now n I'lil tnit >ii .t I t 1 ;,i..i, i ,';
% ht'ilt ill l I -,,"
T h i ,' 'i .. n, .. . I 0 f
the Ittll l i'- .4 I i i, 1i 1 l i I I .hd I i. ,
prit l li.% rIIto, inw r M iit i i ti I iitIII
lt i nla, .tl u \ l l I I III, wt ll

nil l. ll i' n i I 4 .


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'r \i" u it 'i i '' i ' a t, ,,
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St 4 ~%.I -'.


PECAN TREES FOR SALE




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Hi C11 \. 1IIENNET, F.
0. o 1. ah.i. rlFb.


Sm.1 MWs Large h wupWs


are equally welcomed in
this institution and receive
the same courtesy and at-
tention. We invite you to
open an account. laying
bills by check is one of the
greatest conveniences and
safe-guards a buHiness nmlan
can lihave, a 1d the satisfac-
tion of having a growing
1 I I 1 1.


C,
.1


D. 0. MoBride of uBaervlle, Vol.e-
its county, wag In the city yesterday
on business connected with the Unit-
ted States land office.
J. L. Boulware hbs returned from
Lake View, where he spent several
days pleasantly as the guest of the
family of F. F. Paullng.
Do you Play tennis? We take pleas-.
ure in announcing the fact that we
have Just opened up a new lot of Ten-
nias Oxfords, and are ready for the
athletic trade. L. C. Smith.
B. M. Tench left Friday for Worth-
Ington Springs, where he will recuper-
ate for a few days. Mr. Tench has
been suffering from la grippe, and his
friends hope that the change will

prove beneficial.
Chas. M. Lynch, traveling repre-
sentative of Smith, Richardson & Con-
roy, Jacksonville. arrived yesterday
from points on the East Coast, where
he has been for the past week or ten
days in the Interest of his firm.
Tax Collector W. D. Dickinson and
Assessor W. W. Colson have returned I
from Archer, Newberry and other,
points, where they have been o@filfM-
clal business for the past few days.
They report the sections visited In fine
condition.


balance in lthe balnk results The Gainesville Dairy Is now ready:
ill greater care in (xjiflndi- for business, and will be pleased to
serve customers dally with fresh, rich
r milk, from thoroughbred Jerseys.
Phone 178, get on the list, and have
your milk dellv'red pure aiind fresh

[ D K Meidanies C. II. Colhs and Corai
_ _ _ __ i_ Thonipsor of Chicago have arrived
.......-. .' '.-. in the city. and %111 spend the "i inter
Phifer Bros. solicit your banking Il North (nlinenville. The former Is
business. Try them. a sister of Mrs. W. II. Palmer, and,
You can save moneyy" oni dry goods lavillK visited here before, has aa
and furniture ait Phlfer's. nullmu*r of friends who are d.i'elighted
to greet her again.
If you have found anything see If
It Is advertised ina the want column. The Baird Hardware Company has
J. ii. llartty, a well-known citizen of somethingg of Interest to say to those
Chlefland, was transacting business contemplating using paint, which may
Sthie found elsewhere in this issue. This
Mr. and MrF. r dttlefirm guarantees the paint on top of
Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Hste.r ld little the guarantee of the manufacturers,
daughter, Miss Eva, were In the city which should be suffilent to Indture
from Evlnston yesterday w s be s c U ^ ^ ir
you to buy-if you are in the market
W. D. Sheppard of Jacksonville, rip- for paint at all.


resenting Itartleson & Co. wholehale
grocers. Is spending Sunday in this
city.


C. M. Iarton of Palatka was
city yesterday. Mr. Itarton I
clever representative of the V
Merredy Companty, wholesale
grain, etc.


i the
the
. A.
hav.


EOruisrm l'itiriiig in- -From th le waty
mzallI orders are' oirelurlMit., I w4I promi
iawoIi telx'ee'd lit-e'high watter wtuark
r.'aecled liti !i,5'(7 it, pia it.., tof i t f i te' i t.

Imm It' %i ra4 1 '4Ilut..b ,l 5ht





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5'. 51g.
F.. ,,4t,


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E P. Rents and Gus Haley of Ocala
were in the city yesterday, Mr. Rentz,
who In an extensive lumber manufac-
turer, and Mr. Ilaley came in the
former's twenty-two horse-power tour.
ing car. making the tinm' from Ocala
to (lainensvlle, a distance of more
than fifty miles by the turns of the
road. In two hours and forty minutes.
They returvined in the afternoon.
.Mrs. l.st'ph Taylor, f(ornerly Miss
(Clu .,l, Ilte ill rrvil~ id In the city
fr in O r l).ia i Fidii iiiid ill r nimain
n1 air tihe ci?'t i :i1 ;i,i-t f( lher par-
'it M r i ii M r,' II i. I~ ill, .. for
1. fw l Mr. T, Ir 1. Ir wias quite
,,i"| ilir i -. ;i '..gii ; l .ad hli re
i, a.f- ill;,lu:, le l| r l t lh ng tlli,
l1. :f 1 I I ll k i1 'I r, f T hilt,
' \V II'Lt, ('lor .i.11. I I, r rihndi
."' V'.ltl i, ; \ l I' "*lil< f ,i rthi nI llir


Ai S 4 urprie P arty.
nilItOf N11' A I 1,11110 INT'ICII.1


NIii 1 .u ,.h If 4 1 to e nIII,#itt SIr
"A ~,ii iw j'.s1'.1 I'ss rI' 1_111%

I~~~ (I'ti ~ ~ t'e s s'1' bsiots '. r 111krit
prtI.114i 4lc 1 514.57 iit, t e (.4111'' t:it,,]'',,


1 h. 4 '' 1 % t1;) K i tt Ill .4) .'tt'v


HydregRemoval Sale.


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CEO. W. H'O L V, Ptt f.


LAn urnw u wUTLs SUWU.1


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S.WILSO


is.,


THIS WEEK


We Will Hold a


CLOSING- OUT SALE



LADIES' and CHILDREN'S COATS


About 25 Ladies' New Long Coats
About 15 Children's New Long Coats
All the above at Factory Cost.


Ladies' Short .Jackts, CHOICE

ONE LOT 1, e ...... .

()One lt Children's-, Short Jackets, eacl ......... $1,0
()n lot Children' ~ Shlort .iJakets, eachl......... i'
The above forinerly ,oll from $3 to $t6 each.

35 LADIES' SKIRTS, asserted, $1.50 to $10 each, aH l at ojst


e-halfrice.


SMRS. R. WILSO-N


.Wi


5c

ilLJ


larh I nsertion, but no ad ,-rti,,-1
plst tak,,n f ir less than 20 cents. Si\
words mnake a line: no fractional lines,
every word over each six counting its
kn atddtiionl line. CASH In advance I
ftinst ar."' l|.ny all orl.rs for lsner-
tlions fit I cholunmn.
q!


LOST.


t r K% I w it11h,,s
1.4 1otu'irn toIi



Thith fob 4: Aett IAc.'. I ~IIt !.

*l.4I No fr r.turua 5'f' '4i, .


FOUD.
FillI \11 4; H 1ii s 541
-it Slt, ~ .:tf r~r .


FOR RENT.


** -tr.st


.IN ,


1sle' 44 1 i I i-l. I bt

r wj 5.-ir uliiiffort-lict..I


At14Jth C.A; .,, i Iiw Apply at 1..
TW t ro or Sun office


....WANTS..

WANTED-MALE HELP.

WANTED--Young white man for gar-
den and orchard work; salary $30; If
competent and trustworthy, $35 af-
ter six months. Apply P. Q. Box 373.


S 1


FOR SAME.


I'AN.SY I'l.ANTS--Variegated colors,
'** a dez.r. F\.ns Seed Store.

F'Ot -,AIX:-lIick record carbon type-
\riter ribbons for legal work at
Tho, Sun office .
l.-oiI SAl.I:-Sixty lHarred Plymouth
Rocks. WHite W. T. Jones, Ft.
Whit.. Fla., R. F. D. No. 2.


CONTillTAL


RESTAURANT


Ar~eend Flow-mext to lestece.
co.ulpaleally LAMted lt Private


*01 .. lh.t I iiank in tlhe city" but
*, I ,,l t -ta.li,..Mi rIe'tmimrant, the
'I.I and tlhe pllaiet for ladies,
i* 1'l it,' i, t l *lii- in.n .

OYSTERS ,',-
-~. -. s a s uile.
H WESTERN 8TEAKS, CHOPS,
RIPPED COFFEE.
Regular Meat. Trading Tickets.


%. *"Iwthing for
'~ ,4- W04 Ibeity e

* .,~.,..a* FrytkdngpNow
AM OW ~ E~W iD..


U.W: C(A)AM An't Cm


UNTED STATES KP~gry


kt At 'A 2-:.. rI- 'We Offer Unexcelled Facibltes and Up-to-Date Mecxl ofBancin



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~WUKUY Wbww *~ hA~~- '- d I.


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