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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 14, 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: VID01174
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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VOL. XIV, NO. 290 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1908

n .burn.d where huing when he nmHAD NARROW 9SCAPES.
,FR. PEmRlISED r nlTrllnar tme rn 4ppod fwm their rung s$. itv | I1IMUIUL ai
II n aidit n n 1 tohe entamin aam" ll 1.1 i Pene n R c Rom ..u fe R.sixne *lldin


luad utpalufFin Occrs In

L Now York.


SOME NARROW


ESCAPES


41"r rq uwiding, a Thirteen Story
*~triature Destroeyd-f ire Is Pught
by*o the Firemen of Manhaltan.


Now Taft, Jan. 13.-Vour firemen
0 t 4 t&.or doaths J'riday Digbt when
Off' fponded to a fire tkat ruined
eParker buildIwg, a twelve story
41lpiemstaructure, ocoup~ig the
~h~betwoon F0ast righteetih and
~fnesath streets, on Fourth a'.ozuue
fbugbt by Waf t~he firemieu, of Mazi.
SWAM &&4 apparatud that blocked
dw*ftio for block&, the flames, were~
asq catro~lld, and only with Mffl*1
aft~'oanfind to the builditig In whioai
fte rigiated. Floor after Boor
600 4y anda dropped to the baw.
Mo, and-beneath these.and orum-
Ming wall& no leas than Lhlrty fire-
mern were taught and eltber kiuied
OV$gh or seriously injured.
Fi'omen's Roll Called.
Vbmthe firs- tad bura*4 itself
out AM die flremet's roll was called.
Uheem en of engine company No. 72
aind one from Are paU No N. 2 failed
lo'roopoaA. They were:
Thboisas Phillips, Tbonaia O'Connor,
John Lqnoh and John P'alkou.
TIM& Hutchinson, of Patrol No. 3.
Mims *Mved, dting, to the hospitals.
CGarwzi Wilson and Captain Garviia.
U as~ue Cxmpanle~s Nkl. 24 all!
446 wmt Injured In,')rnalI% wr
smaxagthose jdgorousIy hurt.
Wboathe casualties bejp'nthe
w'wmefteshotel, whihI ba4Julusthe
beno4 building on l3lihteenth stree~t.
we* made a temnporary hospital, where
ift dopartwout physicians gave 1w-
a*ediate aid to the injured. Thno note-
taryhJose was Ostibated at $6.600,000O.
'Me fire was one of the mlost spec-
ular, as well as disasitrow., In roco'nt
years. Firxn ql.art to 0Oui't .t-3 Au I r'.
w'as marked by h4'art-r.'Inding sft-1 11i
oonatUoaS.LhUZC5pes atrid flaali.,of iher

With the flrat wreank (,)I4,swn SMn?
Umray scr'tes of f~rieW. :) ,:*r t r a i
of Fearch!-i,- the ritisvior t uo?)uritll:':
at N~neturntli ttri-ft mnil Fouijj a%.
iesue for tf.. lA !t o f',,o- 'mir (Ire*

fte oninlig 4)f tl'v nil.,(,r 'vC*t
mien thaLtto,,* pairtAn 1', !!:1! -
.aipvtacuar flm. tski ~r'a*Hif IJ*
story TJUM dng FP'I da Y r


Tile pre'at L-idtligb'irt' 4 4U10
Ake tinder fh., firfb In i'sou ;)oer
scores gaining ,,4 v d a
as It %astfar 5f )cD-I t.e r.'at h of lbi
AU*. 4epar, itvi en's rem.u A Iat r '( wrIs
.n..taronaI Rescue$.
ge8eusatloareactles we-e ho l ea,
we ot the Oam Flh's timn wt~o Were
at work an.the. tv irip flo'v f 10v l
Ug. were cut Mrft'rp'. t,- tr:
634 800#4 tw o M1 abh^-*

S"d broken rw. U.r,
Oral top ot -n I!= t at::"-n. ~
onae,.a line *a* '1,0 1,-)
IbuI;4ng. and WIL. t 0.6
4rowU0 Me, te.

412% Story Vw.'u a -
4towp4aid and .w' :.'I.t tjY.&:1 f
the7 t tuiltn vALIL


Vieu belripw 1. P,'rrri 1.s&* wfer
was IMPOSSI Qvuil m.wal aifr.
sesummt ginra dd*dwis bee" r,~
OVU6 bedbAuavus &up tbe far*'.f 1to
luilweaI. (-!1r~mWig fna Vtd'nw
104M w 14' g4pr uitb 1!,*great t*Aj"
Wu wvs O t4 waxs to1 a -,I.
4W kft. M. e not.wuW&S ti-la..i


Do" Oe mA v~ au 0:8 =4e'!

46M vu*saw WMAeto -to L r,7,41
so 4uO 1"0 th"I 6OW9ra &4!
Ntetab rn* 6 so ww* a "SM
4aON"ftr 9W82" WOU "sa WOP
Sso %dim Audm 'WI


or more firemen % %'rt' lurt. their in.
juri~ies rangtn rfromjpaifr~ul bpulins to
Injuries that n,"y prove fatal.

BANNER1 BASEBALL YEAR.

low6 Holds Out Most Flattering Prow~
pects, &a)-* Hermann.
Now York, Jau, w. k-TbaL 1i9owilt
6* & b#Auner tW for peofessoual baa.
ball is the optn:tni expressed by Pro&
Wes tCarry lliruiaz, of the nTWIGUAl
commission, iin a;:0tor pubrehW htere
*laitzday. In t.( itor Hermiann MYS:

Wels even g!*o--r pro~qci& focbase-
ball thaa the#- %%r* results In15 1I()
IT u-ti-hthY in-rnmosta1Ity 61th~e
zaT itw~ cown~ii i~i. ti mand the National
Axtwca f qt ir ur .oaaie c~ubs. tho i


V'III IW UD1DIWIULIL


Trriaof Thaw' Is S~hedued to

Begin on Monday.


IS EXPECrEO TO BE BRIEF

Thaw Announced tlii. He Was Entire.
ly Satisfied 'With to eN* N JL ry-A31
a Who~:e', Jucy is a mostloteilCI'ef~
Body of Men.


late J'rh,.i% 'v


varlu-s o'e, :lititIe'rests are belng day ju'[I 'x ~e
6rav' i 6-4- ,:idl (losertogether In a sent Itb i (-t .I

natural rep' that evept. are being nvejuy ~*~ioyIn
6l~mtnnaefd i.d benfioclalltmoturea &warn Iii at Iow
ovolvoil 0v inrt but vmrk to the noun 11M814ull h(.AI
best iw:e' itwc., f Qipreat national the jury to Rin.. I~
wale 1 Iz (1'.111,1n, the raese In sent. body u(tfImdI.
both the na-.i'".l tnd Amotleftifl eaffue whom3 are lit mild
will be mu- ',xelt1ing in 1108 UMthey ASM(110 Imil,
were In -~ It was plain that thoe('OmPleteci Aftr 4
w#"-er 1(, i'uIk betcir'cuits have ter 1the Oxci-cia
been 1- i V -I more than tho4 10 niptory cha~lwei~g.
atron xer (1 'Irht is maus UOt the twenty by 1.e kv
aecond ih l'i~n t~ania will be WO.ySd [t bt e w"A Of'
proe.11111. 11 I-oh thanti ha were In tofact. pII'Om'd
1907 c hosen. Young
watcebd the ,ioI.
ANCIENT JEWEL$ SC PrI~cvfElk iththekenes .~t


$17,000 Worth Had Been Stolen from
Hor'oe of Conricticwt Man.
New lio!' ln 11I.-In an unten-
anted rim ; i a r~f.Uo DI nton the Iat
Side' Fr~~iy ?cti found S alisel.
eoutainritKL 11 iimnfJ&'we117valued at
V 7,'0041, Pocn ttaSiday ?raw the home
DI ('hallr- F Irouker. ft Ansonia,
Coll U
Frari 1Ifl a. %who was ifoFrmorly

nl#L hlri v.* h i.. wife and hi. brother.
Ceirlo, 7jr iill, r a ;o:it charged wit sk
I'W~;i he'' u i~'d Obwainit nextra-
'?Il Co',jaecticut. M-I

1, i fr n ant lq~u.ou Et a
IE. 2:1""I' to ,tII 1them i.ta
1,h_- jt the ktTO iwI''4


) WITH DEPOOwrrS.


(,L r~ .W~l ,t a Prevym9umy Is





um mly3?5ei iraa '!ijue

*fl Ting to opi %Isis 4fa


n 'iti Ile ma' IAjvk !ttjr 114
lN!kta of-tit fr~aryre
'~~ ~. :"!lilt 'faC4)Q w ~r -fa In-


:JgrdDead toStemr.
I. Jan. 1.S. -440aker
luem i A04ww!j' far-


* ~: : TIi W) ncea qI j4L

s*~f c &in*, am
h t- omue 4u'4p.d late

'm~~ 4I v J!'b Ike* IaW


C~A~d M 0 eWbt *Of Live COG.I

-A:-. : apsany ba && a 1.,


C., f 3 -LS toIts i. ef's

VOWLP& 94AY r,.e $$.me.
mP*0'a r'eWL le3. ?atm~.S


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so Ar a0 a ot % O hui sebUmme 60lh
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*4&b was % O~eil r-a I i lleci,
"They are mnuc. i.Ica'r itti Inc tri'i~
sIeleted last year. P~ p*4lad, mo vt'r
adjourmed, SOid 11 .'w e~rialned it it,
he .o0iud bWeW ife 11110ttIIIsI4? 'I h
POW11Ier 40d his AI!t, 11;141 &it O :IM,
flv~minuto talk in'vr M~e I,.s J~iror
had been sworii, atid whilk4 thno wior
neys wore 'ontevtlng m% t) O (AI
polntmoat of a commi)wvin w'iuhh*.,I
be stmat to Pittghgitr it take theb t.'.It
monly of Mrs. W~llim 1Thaw. Iho'
Mother. Wiji) 1% rt II 104)5111tA) C4)b)I
on it) Ntw Yo~rk.
IThA Inew lit Mr -: pW01-wo-11 are'
mvi-Ofrit A., 1 41% 0 :. u. 11.1114 KIt 1 1
vale~ and W4migior 4 .0 ImI I % 0t 4 ,
toI liem lit r y bi-A wim -q! 1v 1~. a II


to V11, Atad a 1:111 *"1 r ;r, a' i ~
PakP4%d1 tbs!lI lit t 11 r 4):
nnlny tnl eboo. In ~a re i- -
by 11,e' w te'a 1.~

a iti %I 1W 101Y it, r r

6 lo 4 oft,

1 It'nI r.t r0
Yrrit ld ""te 111' ., I .

T1 to friact. .X
'Ti -plowa *I?., I- J'; a,,lit
Up Rall Min, p~

tion snol,.. V ,


tkirve pormptv.'y tist f. .. ort

beft allo.m1'i'Ify At I
236 vrnlwtfrm'Were *o,*e *Q'
tb. jury vs. IP"s.IjY 'vi,-*
t*!) 944*if* t! 1"! Its w''r'
;u-fget. I"the laft v*4*I

0%110-' uhi'*work tfl. 1!'roV-86a

ei'ufl uhto 4. 1 1, 1 "p-
titl toAdleg


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Ow admps OO et riU )rg
Onme n wu w0 o


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r-vpowriw%;ug vvm .u --'.-.'uvin
In 6n national Manner.
A.Nhtsbulik U..* Jau, 1J' A 11111t
of vrhouuxwere rvacup-d it aao.uw
ttionaI i&.'iafl~tIii h' ni ght In a firo0

0( the, Wat rri c~tkuptt All o'f tho
iI14 4it Kv wt L ull t v. ,i) u AkO 0111vh
bad 11,11t.


Itittad .firted from Ai oixii 1oahon
aID Eel I'll' l lhitturr t olo ou V,, i t


% h h it %i o vilIfi t a IIlkj rt.




Wel b ~by1';& 11 11: (?(toI ,

10" 1k A ~,~~ itti1I AI VNA NA il


:I r itit I v.I ititt 'yu a -,t- L rIL itt


HUMAN BONES ARC FOUND.


Another-L'r'Ik In Chahi of Evidence to
Being Forged AgAiist *avari.

Ing or pI 'd g(wrIilIIea(if naimmim
hIoles 10141t) IIIn a cal il tIjilI ilt I its )Ie
III WIiCtih III, 1 i'd sad4kd anot her l1tuk
to t ht- 'hlu tifeir hIi4vaacn litiIng foiget-
by hi' police t&ainotAntorn I11stsri,
t~ho Wii?9nn harip-4 allh mordeIrlapt


TEN CENTS A WEEK


;HOLY WAR DECLARED



Milai lafid Has Boee

cd Sltaa ef Fa.


-


IS OFFICIALLY CONFIRNIM

P-oclamations Were Iued at All the
Principal Mosques and All Me b'
Formalitfes Attending S*uh CeetHN
nice Wore Observed.


a -' i e. wn p rtw lii med UtliaiS"

A id & a hW warhir i.~,4 ivotn dvoc1irttl.
I ito Ifit I I 1: h ir o tillseffect b v
11, vii k i %ii ul .r et;tfbr sme ~dare. blA

At';ilA-1. lfti t* II 1:t All f O N. W GIS

for:, Ws 't 'tt ,from ~the sultan"

'it fln' Ii.%IIs6)woljetI and all the MQI&


I '. it;, t :it, ior btdy 01 Mole
%II i -t. I% oisite~rptswatthe IKorali, @1
A-@ t it it4 i iritist, andh the city.O
eIu :4 I% vr Ithe principal ktatiwsIlk
til it% %-11v l
'I )i, 1.)Wurvtof M tillat 1141111 ma"
tiss rt.% velphg4'Nicn iwf AbdtAulAsa to
vi tjpvr,vv wu~ itbi, rmno ana Roswin IL
ttis, vie,'tititit iof tth. forms of lbe Al-
gti'trumare ti'anti the txiiUlakion of $A
tlntisriil.ihnal4.p olice.force Inthe lb
itvn% f X.f ~oI'(o to) arousete no ssft.
'Ilc~istititthe smouthors MCONr.
AbAel Asnia a rbeu ~ vis ledaU,. h


ha.ln tne Iidly uI..ilt wtlb two (ithivir Is g oI4 himmo.'Ito taOh~ll ltifhimall "
follow c(util rygaivilA *ass we'll U A, an vWX roe.nnyselat tlb. VAliat Of OW
Itallso womUan with whom htirew~a tiv. iaer@4. bull of Morovetsby Cbvtuth".
licg. 4101 sit Wb('ui hae duiian~d *i bo~loready to turn Iho GWA
WitblU the Imeit moth.trytbIor t o the 1hiroIguers,
Mrsi. Ju-* iit SiIi~t'ielio1 who iworgo-- o
to ttle &m)4l. hSi~t *eRII1St lavria "tin MAY 81 AN ovum epgAL."'
IFr1Iay, Itel I ties p~,Ii'. of a qimirre-I herw
huhiabadihad with iIvarlti"n t-hPips i?'httJudge Orossoup Spoaks of Pfs*I*wi
4dt ftioe former's iIatdi~a rnm& PU?~- ooevvielttin RecentAddrem
Plitnu" h4-r tn'erm iow Ith the) st- C~.11,0,Ji~fl11 I$4* 1e4. sr
E ;r &)ig-1i, dof lhi 11P110,4 1R1tafe.o Ir.i0 i
"I 1''et, [g. ny 1'i'fly l 6i n : i l-d my Coll' 0111116 o pi .'dIII t I 3 mw.~ive SB,
Imiii'ail, ii t d ) nt t t iiI.111 t1.0 Al '..'r Ideal," In tin *4qroe'e at

PCPULAA MAIL.1.RAD 1MAN DII'O. Ipto 14Ptfls416tility. atIbeo

Of W llels J.IO -n, wlitr o .111 a lat los, Sl ,im bt tul hat M W6g
toee A 1I,& A Roged ictI* al 1t: ,o r I11041 We 14u01 "
A", %` !I I *v *lt) ki va 14 ill. A! W e. "lust,


qit 1 .1,; 1 of 0 rv gs Ph 04 lithiv WI~
litta., it ib tar* If it ol 4 oIn Ib B

hA iu~; 5, V4V1f iiit I Pe'~or to 1the proikllthi.

q, "m top. .'I-% I lh.it 1 tI r 11'~e r 0 AI a, It) 11ff 4@ejoltfth
b &.* .I (iss ',b6I ot F!0., u l~jt'l T '' k tLD:!hIre


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are*6s. .S, rkng USaokmat wtm %.woumj


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(ephwss, A!&. Ie"brO tbad S0. W&

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S 5.NO 4wbow~m IN*ONUlb.
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IWHES

AGAIN IN TROUBLE

r Gainesville *an Captured
'On Isthmus of Panama.

APED BUT WAS RECAPTURED

*e Lost An Arm in Gainesville In
rOHculty with a Negro Whom he
u Killed in Self.Defenso-Captured No.
S' tous Outlaw John Kelley.
John Hughes, who was a brother of
,*rank Hughes, the lawyer who comr-
mitted suicide by jumping overboard
aom a steamer just before sailing
6 Philadelphia several years ago,
is to trouble aspin. He has been ro.
slnlg In Osceola county for several
years, where he has been engaged in
0t. l gin business. About a year
Sbe shot and killed a man at Kis-
eIlamnee, but the coroner's jury exon-
S1MAted him and he was released. The
f1ted Jury, however, Indicted Fushes
ir murder and he left for parts un-
S own, being finally located in Pana.
as where be was arrested and lodged
S~ il. Governor llroward secured a
e alsltion for the man and the sheriff
i' e Oseeola county went to the Isthmus
O r the prisoner, but Hughes escaped
SJst before the sheriff arrived, and
She latter took the first boat back to
I(ew York. On arriving In New York
te officer found a telegram awaiting
B3li saying that Hughes ha4 been re-
Ieptured. The sheriff wired to send
bWm on to New York, and a dispatch
u uder date of January 12th announces
( prisoner's safe arrival there.
SHughes resided In Oainesville for
Several ears, and lost an arm here
S a difficulty with a negro, whom he
l1ed In self-defense. He was con-
d a good-natured fellow, and
hbl own worst enemy. It is not
b-ow1 here whether Hughes left Kle-
!' (Imsee prior to or after the grand
S ndleted him, but his friends here
that he will come out of his
iPe'St trouble all riglt He reader-
t eat service to the people of this
I 1s1ty during the murderous depreda-
Urns1 of the Harmon Murray gang, and
1,= e d thehilte outlaw member of
, 'I-sMI known as John Kelley, who,
S1 W with the negro Tony Cham-
s wst0. O ov hung to a tree In ast
O theaeville where now stands one of
th fboeet residenceM in the city.
I-
iy PoLIIVES IN PtIV MINUTES

,SIP COeme Qulekly When Hyomel is
SUed for Catarrh.
Th quick relief that comes from
the Myomel treatment for catarrh is
Sta1 r1narkable. Put a few drops
t O Uqid Hyoamel In the little pocket
baale tht comes with every outfit,
1m A be(o you have used the treat.
S M for Ave minutes you will notice
fl t from your catarrhal troubles.
It SIve a tonic healing effect to the
S yes breathe, kills all eatarrhal
q sWM, stop the poisonous secretilons,
I 4 soothes the tIrritated mucous mea.-

Iloael will destroy all disease
S e lan the nose. throat and lungs
sad make a quick and i-permantaent cure
f1 eatarih. So stroug are J. W. Mr-
OoUlia A Co's. belief In the poImwer of
Slyoael to cure all ratarhal truublh.
Sat with every $1(00 outfit they give
f goarantwe to refund the money un.-
ees the remedy glivee satifaction.
-- -


'jTMAS E$TmAE

IS A FREE MAN

O State Board of Pardons Releases
Sa nip |layer of Wife's Brother.


FIRST JURY MADE MISTRIAL

Second Trial Resulted in Conviction
and Life Se4ntence--tarks's Wife
Died Short Time Ago and He Is Said
to Be in Bad Health.
The Jacksonville Metropolis of Jan-
uary 13th contains the following which
will be of ilteresi to many of our
readers:
"James E. Starke was granted a par-


LI don by the* Board of pardons last
LYDA week. The board was In iesalon three
Nahu sudas woman! work comn days and passed on a number of cases.
binedhave produced the grandest The Starke cake was of the greatest
toemd for woman's ills that the public interest Starke was convicted
WOtId M er known. five years ago and sentenced to life Im-
In the W old-fMhioned days of prisonment for killing his wife's
our grfadmothere they reled brother, John Ankel, who was an em-
the root Ie and herb of the feld to ploys of the Southern Express Corn-
oursedldeae and mitigate trnpany at Jacksonville.
he Indians on our Wfeler0 "Starke comes of a good Virginia
Plains to-day can produce roots anda
herbs for every ailment, and tIre family and his trial was attended by
dieasMes that baffle the most skilledthe immediate members and created
physiotans who have spent years in a sensation at the time. The first
the study of drugs. hearing resulted In a mistrial and at-
From the .roots and herbs of the ter nearly a year in iJil for the de-
field Lydia E. Pinkham more than tendant a second trial resulted In con-
tiMrty y'ars ago ginke to the women! eviction with life sentence. Defense
of the world a iinmedy for their pe., was based on an n!lxation of tempo
culiar ills, more potentL and eftca.'rary insanIty. Since his conviction
cioiLs than ity conill:iati;itofd ,rug.. Starke ha.-I o.n at Dunnellon convict
Lydia E. IRinknlam'- Vegetalble camp, and it was presented to the
ColniiXund U now I',Vccglti/'( ua tlthe board that his health is far from good.
standard ritly for WIIomII's ills. Having sutffere.d a stroke of paralysis.
Mrs. er.thlt Mtfir, of 615 N.C. St.. He I now 50 years old; hl wife died
JAouiianat, Mo., writes: Ia year ago, and he will be taken back
Complete restoration to healtli to his old home in Virginia."
means ) tgaich to mo t'iat for the make _
of oth.,r su fearing women I am willing
to make my troubles puhbli. The Joy
'*Fortwelvet years 1 had been suffrr- vin I t hv g h .
Ing with the wurt format, ft male ll. Of living is to have good health.
During that time I had eleven different Use Herbine and you will have bush-
physeolans without help. No tongue els of Joy. You need not be blue,
ean tell what I suffered, and at tUanes fretful and have that bad tate in
couMd hardly walk. About two vears; m .. ...
ago I wrote Mrs. PInkham for ie two your mouth. Try a bottle of 1jerbine.
I followed it, and can truly say that a positive cure for all liver complaints.
Lydia &. Pinkham's Vegetable Comn. E. Harrell, Austin, Texas., writes: "I
pound and Mrs. Pinkham's adviloe re have used Herbine for over a year,
stored health and strength. It i ine ilator gladly
worth mountains of old to offering nd nd it fne reglator. I lady
women." recommend it as a fine medicine for
Wha$ Lydia E. Pinkham' VeI. dyspepsla." For sale by W. M. John-
table Compound did for Mrs. Muff on.
t will do fto other suffering women. Rate War at an End.
.. V. M..............- rTerlln, Jan. 13-The North German
REV. MRS. M'KINSTRY. Iloyd 8teamship company and the
ippon Yusen Kalsha (JapaneM
PamVhe Woman Lecturer Drawing Eteaambhlp company) have entered In.
Good Crowds at Advent Church. to an agreement whereby the Japa.
Mrs. BIcKlnstry's lectures at the Ad- nae company gives up Its Indo-hi-
vent Christian church Sunday were neee' trade Ia favor of the North
very Oue, a good audience being pres- German ,loyd. The conditions of the
eat at the morning service, which was agreement are not made public, but
greatly Increased In the evening. they are declared to be satisfactory
Mrs. McKInstry seems to Lb4 at her to both teles'. The rate war between
beat. and those who hear her are very these two companleo a thus at an
much enthused oer 'her work. Ex. end. It lasted eighteen months.
tra seats have been placed In the
church to accommodate more people, Favor Sgetary Taft.
but we feel sure the seating capacity Coliumbus. O., Jan. 13.-PeUtions
will not supply the demands yet. If were started throughout C<,lumbus and
tho people of Gainesavlle could realise vicinity Peturday by the repub!lean
the Ilnportance, of these lecturt.4 a county o.-canizAtlon asking the county
those who hear them do. a large' bIardi f elections to placeonthe tick.
auditorium would be reuiutre'd to ac t att he'1w crminng rpb:Iran prtmartes
comnlmodate' the crowds who would be, FIb 11. aI l*ut of cA.'illlates for dole
present to hear her. rates to the %"', Ivmvention, to be
Tuesday night Mrs. McKin-ttry will bhadle( 1 "**ir cho ic' for prosidout. Wil
lecture on "The Koman ailnpliro." nd lm II. Taft
everyone In (lalneeville should hear
her if possible. Wednesday evening was Ftaly Wonded. -A
Chat.r< **4. .nnn Jan 13 -A
'er uhl') t will w' l t en, I Idt l.' ( l f i, l I. .awn, Ga..
Thxurdav.eiinK, "lHi.,, aeudl Miod..rn Jaspr't Au ,n, a, ,mbernian and a .il
EUoil will tIw. th* .utJ'et o,, r on :. ., \i,,unts!n was t.,


"aineevllle'e New Reeteort.
Interest In the 1,'A r meort for lah'lt All the World
and gutlremeu. the Ua i* t li thi 1% a otni,'. and ltallard'v Snow
all and I'ul Parlor, semne to incre-aie, It. I.tiiiwnt Itlays a most prmmlnent part.
as good crowds attend the resort dlal) It haI hasio hletw'rl for rheumatlm. stiffll
laa Cer the tr l deteritiulld tl t"t,. Joints. cutf. sprains. anud all palis.
t neat. uptodats and orderlI luiy It. try It au>d you will always
pIMe, and a resort whkih any lady use it. Anytmidy who has used Ital-
may attead with perfect safety, lard's Anow IAuIninnt it a living proof
[Iot ball. wbkh I plh.t, ( .in t,0 otf hat It d w tluy a bottle. S2.,
order of te pldis, Ito voethttii I..;e t Iti a nd II 0 So*d by W M John.
tea city. It Is 11Kt on' Ita a situ o' 1.


t01Osudrble slience'. lhut &aftord.
ftbiest.but not oetrw'nouostexerv iet.. &1
in bowling j 4
The b161gh11 tmscrefor The seek cowl
60g Vataiday night iwas Waetoy, A,&
lTco. CAanOU. who scorv4dV174
Mr Cb~aar tIs n o l liet gthil..

VIII tm, eedy stthin th ies ee't eav %W1
I he neuanarivwrat pes~tots to &%toote 1-. 1


" mrltin afllrnoces to the latik**. ashic
will he' atnounmol later-,

bows-i u". eha"lelc c eettPatiua
I~a tecuarts opewnt* eafly. tooe
til'e~ at h, s-grv coumtgastboa 2$
Ark oujr Iruaist 1fee them


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WILLIAMS' MAMMOTN NAIL OlD1i 1OISN

211 West Bay St. P. 0. Box 401. Jacksonville, Fia.

CASE GOODS, EXPRESS PREPAID 8pecial Offer.
De8oto Ry. Idlebrook Whisey in Drume-l-,at.
4 Full Quarts ................$ 5.00 lery BottUlng-Express Collected.
6 Full Quarts ............. .00 100 Pint to drum.............. f
12 Pull Quarts ................ 200 Half.Pnts in drum........
12 Full Quarts (freight prepaid). 12.00 8old only In drum-will not
drum.
Williamsr' No. 10 Rye. Old Hometead N. C. C W l .
4 Full Quarts ................ $ 3.20 Old Hom tead N. C. Cor Whiskey.
6 Full Quarts ............... 4.50 ne gallon Jug., e*prls paid...( 3.B
12 Full Quarts .............. 9.001 Corn Whiskey-Bxpress Collect.
Old Halifax Rye. Rocky Pord, per bottle........ 1
F Pull Quarts ................$ 4.20 Roky pFord. per ease......... 10.1
6 Full Quarts ............... .00N. C. White and ug.......... 1L6
12 Full Quarts .............. 12.00 N. C. White Bitter.............
N. C. White, iae.............. L60
Sunny South Rye. Laurel Valley Corn............ 1.00
4 Full Quarts ................ $ 75 Rye Whiskey-Express Collect.
6 Pull Quarts ................ 4.00 P
12 Full Quarts................58.00 N
36 Full Pints ................. 1.00 Copper distUlled and jug........ 1111
Queen City ..................
Yellowstone Bourbon. funny South............... .
Bottle .................... $ 1.50 Rye Malt ................. 3.00
Case ........................... 1200 Hurdle Rye, Special ......... 4.00
Old Boone-Express Collected. Overbolt ...................... 4.40
Bottled In bond by U. 8. ObvernmentPlanter .................... A
1 Pull Quart .................$ 1.25 Old Boone ................ 54
13 Full Quarts ................ 12.00, W ams' Private Seal........
-- -SENi) US A TRIAL ORDER


IT HER 8. JORIAN.


W. W. HAMPTOS.


JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE
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4--cwith r Fire. Life and Accident 11"mkiewa

t4' have :. ~ ~~ou.~1

TO CUREK A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE IiROMO Quinine!
Tab~eta. Drugists rotund money it~ f You Are Insured,*
ft ls to cure EM W. GROVS irg We-
i atare toson me ba.L 2e &u 6 a (mpaby tbsi is Rftjwpt,...bc. Hari* aPullej Coruuetg
)w itra I UI th 1cibLtbjmf~ityUt1 Poi le) LUn I a'.tand the' om. a
Clap Honoris rather J~hm lays LIAPP~S Promplig
Pt IN'4v-..P'1-: .an i- m et 4
10,0, ftcjsr!nft. te W01You Are As%.u red
kncmn 1t15*111n ind I' pt"Autiax
ti l t" -1k in the sit::i tle m0 q of 06o 0C Ma?"Oune )IU W-Lbxutou yrhave some
3s1:e'' 'he 'eft an beoee't hielk up ?.
to 1t-%' :m 10. soot 0.10'njs lby on IV



omp ""- 0%one bill Reltabl r.-tnou

5wa to ywbai.-P Ayer'b Mak Vt&>tM .C
"a w ic l hut rvwcU. C m IA be t s 0A IhaVJ
*do *:&Ibi11W. A ba&4eei, a s bUL sermltuss4OJVL*noj


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Si d Lap Deposits

.re equally welcomed in
this institution and receive
the same courtesy and at-
tention. We invite you to
open an account. Paying
bills by check is one of the
greatest conveniences and
safe-guards a business man
can have, and the satisfac-
tion of having a growing
balance in the bank results


in greater care in
tures.


ex peltli-I


"lo!DUTTON DANK

LABOR ON THE DECLINE.

Turpentine and Mill Men and Con.
tractors Cutting Forces and Pay.
The naval stores operators and mill
mne throughout this section are re-
dudelg salaries and cutting their
fokess to an alarming extent, the re-


DEATH OF MRS. TRAVIS.
Well-Known and Beloved Lady Pamied
Away-Funeral Monday.
The remains of Mrs Reuby Lydia
Travels, formerly M.,:1 Reuby Phillips
of this city, who dial at the home of
Mr. Frank U. Milst..td in Kirkwood.
Ga., on the llth inst. were brought
to this city Mondlay and interred in
Evergreen cemetery Monday after-
noon. Rev. Fracids Craighill offclat-
ing. _"he remains were accompanied
from Georgia by the broken-bearted
husband. Mr. David Wylie Travis, and
Rev. Dr. C. It. WHlmer of Atlanta, a
brother-in-law of the deceased. and
were met at the depot by a large
concourse of fri, uin.
The funeral evr'ices occurred In
the new i p.iscopaIl church at the
corner of East Main and Mechanic
streets, and w ere had and Impressive.
Prom her earltest childhood Mrs.
Travis had been an active, earnest
member of Holly Trinity church. and
the various ti hulh societies. The
church choir, orf htihh she was for
years elie ltadtug spirit. haa never
se'4ii01ed complete without her. Scores
of pteinh!<- in th.' 'omgregation were no
doubt stirred toc, t'indr memnorle of
comfort anul in -piration they bad re-
celted in "inw ,r e by as her sweet,
s, y atlil' ihtif \ol>e rose in anthemni
over their dleal Many of her friends
regretted that tlh,- services could not
ha ve ocv'irr,'l In the little wooden
church on W\ *-t Main street. recently
abandonril Iv thlie EplacopalianH for
the' new 1ilnc1 himdsome edifice. It was
In this little I church, sacred to the joys
and sorrmos. of so many of the older
reside its ,of ;:iitnesville, that Mr..
Travls work',d zealously an child and
young mm111in and in this church she
was nmarrid to l avin Wylie Travis
of New Yofrk C'ily In February, 1900.
Tw%'o hihlir, in ha'ot been born to
them uiandt .urlt tho mother, Rolxbrt
I'hillli i ; tiie, ,I en years, and Catti


ductlon In salaries in some insLtines'eritne Jordi, .a- d one year.
being thirty-three per cent. N, rlr all of Mrs. 'ravis' life haet
A few month ago there was a ge'n. b'"*i lp lit in Gainesville. and Nho.
erat clamor at all tiUmes for labor, and "has frie-,. I,. thot score wh.: are
fabulous prices were offered. Evvenn i1llh Stldi ni.iil i,) her sudden death int
sa ordinary cotton-picker and field the* v'er fiilliuc,,iet'af an almost perfect,
bMad's services were bringing an aver. ha l1V li"fe As Mtiss Reuby Phillips
1Wh of $1.0 a day. but somn'thintg lihas .h, Is re. iei;-il", red an one of the most
"changed things.*' attrauttiie, and rarlous young girls
% the '4,r g rac -d talneuvllle Mociety).
,n Mdlly'a Fire. and thire air' niany In the lowlier
walks (of life -who will send blesIlng.
A4 alarm of re was turned in at after her departed woul for a cheery
4 o'clock Monday afternoon, which gre s kid rds or ready char
summoned the department with its uM- it ice ft c ..re acid there at the'
=l1 promptneMn to a house occupied rit and i t he right
by colored people In West lIoiundar> ITd.' '. 'h 1 ,f 'e1 1 ho has Nveld like
11ht i1 ,c 1 .4.5 I'aive behind suc'h
Owing to the delay in turniuK In the 11, I.arl.A I nibe i h mr


One of the Important Duties of Physicans

the Well-Informed of the World


Grd


is. to learn as to th1' ru.iz i~ e stnatiui~ niz l rv'I jatlillt' ot t11V leading amaufactur-
osof medicinal atz'n t a titilt, most vt'iiiient flthy 5iCvianaret, Oe most careul "sto
the uni torm quality an c.I pettect pufl % tt 11ra'medics pril~scrit'lwdIcy them, and it is vmU
know n to physicians. and the it- Wc1. titorrnied g'nerattv that the California Fig Syrup
Co.. I'%, reason of it:; cot it o't initstlrd- and j lxrf'ct rvqttipnwmnt aid thlt- ethical character of
its produ hct has attain 4ed tillOt) fha' ii st andinug Il sccivilititw and comnmercial circles whkh'
is AcaCordildl to succit's'.11.111t 1 ndirvlhe' houta's onl y, and, therefore, that the name of tue
Compainy has tce~.osinit agtiaralite of the extde'i~vilct'of Itsi rt-ix'dy.
TRUTH AND QUALITY
appealv)til te VWelt- nfo'rnia d ill eer 'rv uwaIlsof litt' andi ar, re essential to permanent suc-
cess nud creditable s't-inkding, thrlrIort, vwi'wsh ito call thet attention of all who would
enjov good health, with its llda' siiw, to tilt' ae that it involves the' question of right
livin~z with all the tetin jimp tv'.. Wit h cio mt wfknoictlage (of what iq best each hour
of rtv' 't.%t ion, of eti j*t' she'll t, 0I a'ci esl'tt it 15(11rd I le t 111ct v 1%,k'made to contribute
to tit a I. ] 1?)J t and the 11;1 014) 1 dwi i t l t I tit'4 ( i c ii l \d Ith g"1111. 111'ui' yilI to great Advantage. but
RS il 11Vll I l sttfre.it 'illillpIt', 44 icott 'soive o -cd iii, lx-I tiv lua lt if taken at th
lirole'is, ti e, tilt, aliiorma I ivs. Colij at i. II'. toi.ttit it;i' alike itilmlwrtilnt to present
trittlit-:liv tile t, ulitio'.t out] t i pct, ,il ik tilt-'ow. 's tact Lt\ativitrt'i-iettv 0tcch has worn
tile'~~'~a of pl\ocal~t "1(.2" 41ti e'd til t- \,, i -witic a~ 'tcitdla' cc tttit-th \Wt-1 lnlorititd lWcause
01 tbh t-tlan-1.6 i'lal i- itcs~tit h'4"11 mm m ,n, ku n Ii) allat, :i ltit,- ufaliina~l ilethod of fliafufac.
ture, N4 cIiw i 1,kiwmii t tu i ttlit- (.iljiotm-lL lIV '"' ga C oV awitv.0

riI (tF igs ,'1111 11.1,a t ilfc i-dt c fl-il o i tie' a a llc~s o 'as t ilt, mu''st e\Cullent of

kno\\nt o 5 1 0i.- \ p ,Ikla i -itn I ti ''Iow \\'I i -I it ti inl el, o th.lit, i ti hi tc 14- tilt- Iii-t of natural
tix~iti, II \ '. -,. \4'. ii\. i ld,it)liltt A li i' l t il, t iia-toiiit'te n ili. el "4 1ill) tcit l-igs anti IElixir of
St-111 I t4'; Illy tasilt- aie-'.clit 1% 1, Ite iitill .11-6di *t ~ icste'~it 'will alwaystbe~
OWit-til l'tl,, i U h hit'S cal r niinsi- 411 N\ rilI) 1.1c i k I I t ild t11)a'-tit-, Ilcqnt-itrwuld fferts always
notc, \oflicn mlt (ia~t.I ifi,;,iii- t l i 411 1,02 t'it l IIi't, comljciil (.atliotma r Fi i lw K S\,rivil)Co.-
lia ;\ p inteil tii the-fron llt \1i ~z'~~.t\ a k~ao.1, i1ie'the r !im ,i mpisily call for- Syrtip o
Fig I- 1,y t~la ilt- ti~l tiia t S\ 1511) ,1 a t l i9, O l l tc oftSeitii O'. svriilof Il'iwitand
Ia I c iix -ticen 1.1iiii'khti-fclete- (l it.4 i t-itJ.' 1aie%'4Ow ie ci l i ltirnis ,iiei h S yrup
suii.~.fj~~c tiiit.(tI'lttTil I It, V 4 11 i~t' 1114, 1'1, i1 ,\,-itI le'adting AdtigibitM s Vie throughout
the' 1* lil'ti SUtall." iilofli c:IfiaI l tj.i~ aIl 0110 li. 4 ailk th ie -gidaI~r jrict. U11 Which
k i ll t: I.' t qi l"S't kcstiet
1~ct il i ctflo I. ,scii U)l u t l III, .i ~ kiii tit t iifitqvi ll t'i llcm .'i csla filed with the
S( i'.1Nt 1.1 (ttf .\!I i'cut muf', at \\ *c-.iu~l i efl i ,c'll) 1 t10hi 1. t I t eilt, eI 4 41 ir, iii t I dsll cavl
M61i l'aialla-d 'mt thill thl llt 1114i (it I tit l. .- F i I 1111d I )Iit,: Ac.- 1j t, ir lothil. 19 6.

CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.


THE GAINESVILLE BAND.
Well Attended and Enthusiastic Meet.
Ing at Opera Houee Last Night.
un obvedlence' o IthI' sill. iwlltei
number of thl is ii-li tl -u. of litN' cvit
ainc 'niblold at ftl. 0 1.- i I ,,i, i .- \Mh in'ic
night for the, ili )of-' if re' rigtitit
the lbraiM hitii

r si u lfIt thit i t I, t i-. i i ,. !i i


alarm, and the long distance from th i or I 1 1111 otf majestle eutv. f44 t i l A i .. lt...i, ,e v..
station, the fire gained quite a li ad | re to a well pent lif t aw, tc ,
way, hence there was conhld, rai il.l . retoa w l i r l lw t o.) ,;,, ,, ,' ,, o
damage to the roof. Howeverr, thi c 1 ,' i rs I) Ihilllp rtI , ..4. t.. .i i I n '
Samea were soon extingulshed aft,'r I r .i lo.d a, i r-.i..< t veu i .
lo. ..e. __; l1, .i h i aiAdt re'.'a, l ,f tI tso i e- cli' ci,' .i.


tht arrival of the ieartime ui


A healthy nman k a kin in In ls. ,Oni>
right; an unhealthy man im an un
happy slave. llurdock Ilutxl lxltr
builds up nound hialth--kA-el"; you
welL


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a i-I.r 4 1t4 '. tatow oimje fti
a' 0~t'-,r far'isl'm ciuii nfatsy.
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1rtWniaag. "A rctUfaP aS
o~f their OWTS"a 5Oht.e-lv.
Oia .catshlp vwltgblisg bsut
d-Oerlt'togthe Ochase N' lins.!
.A' bdi isan .svaflmed spvvmwl
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q.-~ -.:r!fts~t onsodmd .'ti
h"bad 1 "'?phl'trifatgdwa.ft

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should 4 ativ Sm .3 Itooem eco 51'..e'%kelp-
coral of1Its 'I toeh-

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FURNITURE

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AL.V GOVERNMENT DP NDS LP. president both .
\- to be gtobe u s the sistaWtlts Ch lub
t-- g!.f io Ale sot
eauPorasfoi4 e so auiee.tris., papers In defense of itself. But tAere the Preiident and Dh d tfatLer. I
m huta-eeiasstlBmter, __ has Just developed, a ca e in '... I
MCIA 'y ...t.IltorandIPu .'rU',. the Attrtoey-.Oeral, at ea* You a pO bt Otd *4.writer,
S.---.. tion of the Preident. bha Ws e4 Peth.r you know it or not. y your
I& nUltrz/ ........ ......... city V.ior. and given out a statement In r -PRiPW-rt ~uI t ;'( R a newspapt r criticism. returns it moans that you can writ-
r -r st r.,rowRoo ms, The Santa Pe railroad h l JUtan ad succesilly.
OPPoci: ro wTE IR B.OCK. been fined $320,000 for rebating. It '-____
lain Street,". Ta sarLttoa4 was a flagrant case, 'and there was "Adequate adv h l i is ely ap-;
some surprise that the Ofne was not .,
V AINLN, published evtry morning.ow. even heavier. ut President ilnplol opp good nse4 mi store-k .In-
S jmday, delivered by mut In the ty, itor aV0to *4 a IWng mea Mnade.
rt of the us ted at poti of the r&iroad ws tno hot v? rI ts tore-k'p -no what ve rest to the ch. For
$sa yar; 2.5 x mon i9, ; (us thue, much pleased and Indulged In some elt tIs. r d -ewel. n "'7 wha ti rest lohw w stwi Fori
orso cants ,e lve wek-stritly israther caustic criticism of the Depart. el- s.done well. tired stomach, weak stomach, wind
tsef" meant of Justice, cMnc Ula pre =r *stoim ch and oatterh of the stoma
R adis aGoteein{o1ai columno cents a in tion "ttile, vresatlons unfair," ad 211 rTas Upton, hav *led to r IDm i
ritlasertie, s.andcentsfor echadditloasl several similar adjectives. It w In "ft the sver cup rom nerle* a
o t .* reply to this outburst that the Attor. Is now going to try the lttis g of a de a
bW 'ordepl~ abyvtisinglf made known o ney-General spoke, or rather vrote, few sold eagles through a eailn of SOLD B Y .A L:
---- .for the statement was carefully writ. grocery stores.
N Twice-a-Weekusbtis an rst-pa, forty, ten and officially given out so that I 5-1- S OAM..Ls.)i
paper, published every Mosday Sa4 there might be no mistake about it. A Keutaky man is reported to have
ly, ad coauta sall the sews of il He said that the remarks of.Presl- died from swallowing a frog i spring
i pe ef, uy LUited dent Ripley were most surprising, water he wap drinking. Here is ]DI8. ALD2A, & PEAROE,
blMesorCasada,fors.ooayewr-is advance. seeing that the prosecution bad been another gruesome argument against
Ii- I.InstItuted by some of the most care prohibition. DBN TIS 8 .
A4 adwaletlg bills become due after rats ful officials of the department after
dwswe"1of sdvertlement, unless otesrwmn
SIswtrc hr s.ot kow the most searching inquiry. Presi. The statement 'from President Ca.- offi over Dttoa A Co's Baak
be f regI ld to pay for advertising la &o dent Ripley amid that the offenses com- tro that he is feeling entirely recover-2 Pbo8e g, GalaMesle, lHa.
w AMius THu DAILY UN,. planned of In the prosecution had been ed, forecasts an Increased demand for
Oawmv.mu yPA committed by a very minor subordi- space in the Venezselan obituary col-
1..h--.. -.-.... nate of the road "in direct defiance of umn s. R. DVERE B. MOBBIe
IMPORTANT TO SUBUCRIBERiS the orders of the management." AtV
torney-Oeneral Honaparte mlid that If the Japanese were not a long N.f-
Owing to a new rule of the Post this was a most specilous exdbse and fering people they milbt very easily .. .DENTIST....
Listtr-General publishers of news- one too often put forward by railroad. construe this proposition to sell them
|l9lr are not permitted to ex- and other corporations caught In the Philippines Into an "unfriendly
1 p1 credit to subscribers for more illegal practlres. He said that the sub- act." OIce over Marcus Edel's. Phonel711Tringb
one year for weeklies or three ordinate 4'ad nothing and the road -
0 6MIh for dailies. It therefore b-' everything to fain by the violation There is a tendency to discount the
subscribers to settle their back of the law. and he doubted much If second Thaw trial on the tbewry that DR. ROBT. C. BOWERS.
at once, as we must revise our the all*g..d "direct orders" naaltnt about the worst that can be heard has
E Sd eliminate the names of all r,,hating hal ever been issued. He already been told In open court. DEN rIr, r.
bers who are in arrears further pointed out that the convictions ob. - --.
the new law permits. Wo have' tabd w,,re obtained on the record Another cause for popular discon-i Odine an Miller Lsw fExcoange
110, no choice in thin matter, Iut ar,' of the r,:unpany's own books, and that tent: Neither Sagan nor BonI were
-t q pplied to comply with the hnew there ,re, any other cases that it killed in their little family row. No.243; Ri, rN.
1W In order to send The Hun ......... .. 1.. .


iws 4e C"1irt-Pllhad 1oi coI ivreap rQ.4i .A -;
rogh the nall at pound rates. y .r i, the inrriminating rerds. ......
he new rule of the Pontoftlc ).. The fn., he, said, was only one-fourth O 0 T he N ys Are
S nt I made to rid tlhe mail of what might have been imposed, and W W
tions Issued principally for nad. hi, c,,n'hltbutn he said that the attl. WakO b y Ou v-WOr(
Slg purpose, aRod while In nonie de t ofi Prelrden( Ripley not only re. Unhealthy KidneyS Make Imp=ru Blood.
1t will work a hardhlp upon flnoted on the court Iad om the Depart. It use to i co oide:re tlnt ) .iv
publisher, the order will met of Justce, but w calcu late ariuar% .,.l-LlsIadcr tiubswellu teI
mno run prove of cbbtea tltot tdrcdi to tile ktlur-,,.1
long run prove of baieflt to bring the railroad into even deeper l. tr 1t 1 w kmiJ.1;I"
ir competitors who have abused been wronged. This, he said. was per. near y cl1 disa1-es
pafl rate privileges. haps the lltiot important feature of hav their tw;'i iung
S etamlter Lynch of the Gaines- h the dt ( r.cf o
vt e ofAe Is.disposed to be as lenient these. asIt deepened the blic ro- 3 thtse init in:portat
Sp b s.dlmiol the p isher, bulen t lsettnielent against corporatlfs In gen.- or. rtllv.
poMible with the p.bllher. but _ral._. 'The kiln.evs filte,
SjW Ut meat tbe rvlsed at once, and Old, 1mrify thihlox-
IAsem you settle your subsrilptJon A special dispatch to The Washing- that Is the-ir work.
*sne at It will be our unpleasant duty ton Post from lledford City. Va.. says ,,r c,,-t ro orier. vniu can n atrn epidemic of typhoid feyer prevails q.'aiikly v.,>urtr ,iituce is .u-cteil and
Remilt by postoflc order, check or there, caused from washing the cloMths w vr'y org .i ~l4 to fail to do its
listed letter, anl DO IT NOW. of a girl who had the disease In the 4" vn r.rt i.iLk r feel hllv," begin
Spring from which the city gets it& t taking the rs.'et kidney rie .tedv, Ir.
'A great many bac'elorn would be water supply. Several deaths have filmer's Swaun.*i*-oRwt, beciauie Mon
VO trt- to have the extra day In 1 08 oocurrid and the State and National sNMour kidne., .sire well thev will help
p Brgated. health authorities havy been requested a to ll h c .'" -to hel A utri
to make an Investfgation. The Na- If vw(i arc ,ik v'oe cn in r '.e no uis-
The War of Yarmouth naturally will tional Home of the Protective Order take ,Yv fir t d.1 'trmng your iildneve.
e lalt having bis meal ticket punched of EIlk is located at IUedford. also mthe iuli .n I t%,. r:..',, .ry clTect of
tit by the courtsA one of the largest boys' school in the lir. im r',.,,Swamp-Rot, lhe.Xre
S "a--- .. th country, and It was there that t ., .,,'t he, i .-'. t. :ts wondlermicilites
The trouble seenii t haiv been that editor's son contracted the dread dis- f t i, e J '.Ic l i.a cl!
,OVIe'a top note rcou>l ot it cunlle ,t,',,caj frn t which he has been eon fln- *
'Ift the altitude In M.txi'o ed to his h*d for nearly three weeks.
SWhlle watChilita the 'Ia rtlcular clnmit IM iol lark Trannntoll. who recently r' :r .
jI atl .. that ,i''*talnt t ',til. ite' nott 'withdrew from the race for l'all.t.l ,* '' ,,' .
reveirlook all the, >ith.r Aailt %.( 1Sttate. S 'natir, ha s n ut .,i ..r..tu, ,a.l
h r to It coiitato a.' can dltate k'r Atlrsttte-'. L *I .. i..-
The classfl.d adt-rillinshcolumns General int opti'. o to the Ijr.nem'it ,f ,"v s 'r,
a' 9aord the greatest aiiarke.t f(or un ed inuantll It. '( II tlll s of .ulita'v "' ';' *W*1tt l- it.,
rtlieles, You cau obtain ah for ally Theyv art- both fin,' ,pe-ukeri .i ad the .. 'the al.
thing of tsalue, l,.aters iin\ ahmk f(r arn int.er-et-u,; .
bitgt'.i' r'>e.canilpaan bet w en the two sentle"nt ..
,,'11 hoeh l,,. t dh!f mwit,.. r,.nl) rork l JC A PrB lN E
F' *ble stullt itn l aihliEt In M.uitltt. !'Th*r.e ,~,-n.,U t. w,, the rustoituarv C A P U
Slimast b, a tIrl.al- turprlte't at hat ha. a'Ient sli st aolla.'aig htlnt.' altn iiu' a b [N E ,
befallen hl In \. YVork blakiln thlrntlig th. u>'.it ,ss f.satIl f,,r the CURES COLDS
The u-ctiti"re. t ti- H thirty it Chl A i nd GRIPP .
COM. ago .ni ..i- ia.. i l.. I','. N o ... i. eithr nhh i>...,a r t. e.. .e .m..o aimths a M feA M
a tb Be'l<'.c t 1111t1i % %w n t'm, aha i ona.tt i^.h .. ..A.ia .. .....>. .-.i .. *> 1 0 iwi aln Ot-li


of ajy tbird e'st!.'r i itht.,a ,'s ~*. whch
always aft an a 'idt:vk,' lrd saabhow
Trhe Ne a %*%ri. .I INI IV %10%R Ia mA -
age o 10 ('le lt "ai IIss1sI kAwituule'
t~i itI wth a :i cir1 r iw'% uatrr% AudlI t
IM t 11 a A eIAt. I I.! c,'ct~t,.v4 i%. I n.. i
dtifyev'lA l. 's 11 I'v jottIt i--r at ith.
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Pran J .how-. mak.'i 'usth VPaf
he' I. aws1.'asi'- rtller ef thr ernl osf F
ja &. 0 % ki 'lal II OL14 aa 1 S t h. f
"1s-1t Iand that Vseed flrmn will kthe
%,up% L4 (OPeIr fu"01COA ill'iost' Vf- 41
am lId 'svr's i,,e tif ('.o'* s tot %s 11: 1's ..
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L DU RUTGTGISTS

!BAKER. MATBESON & BAXTXR,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
SOLICITORS IN OHANCERY.

GAINESVILLE, Alaebus Co., FLAZ
Office in Haymans Bloek.


FERDINAND BAYER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.


IGaNrsVILLs,


0 0 FLOrIUD.


Can sell you. 3ity property, (Imn
proved and unimproved), phosphate,
trucking and farming lands. Sded him
a list 9f What you offer for sale. 2142m
T A. CARLISLE.
ATTOkNEY AT LAW
And Solicitor in Equity
f.es Estate, Conveyeneing sand Ge
eral Practice. All busin.r's promptly
attended to. Office next door to Bum
offle. (AT P VIT ,.. Fioaria.


.. . __ F"ANK CLLARK. THOSE. W. FILING
CLARK & FIELDING
T. 8 ELLISf.,TR..
Lawyers.

ATT(ORN EY-AT.LAW
Practice in all Courts, State sad
GOAImaVILLI,. FLOain
/ Pederal.

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bl. PLORTDA, JANUAL Y14, 1908


iTATE NIN BRIE pe sa


s now under way on the new Tr. i of Palatka ha e I iN o busy
hbu c in Palatka. for so, time tryin i to ldu ce
.'thv ipo.tol!lce authoritht- tablitsh
of turpentine has advanced a free delivery in that city. 1: ow ap-


per gallon, or $5 per barrel, in
week.

I WYaas, a young lady of
Is on her way to China to
r work.

t toabuld a cross-country
a Faleo, In Baldwin county,
SPeasoWola. has been started.
lal proposed will reduce the
SoonsIderably.

Dallingr, a negro of Starke,
at by an unknown negro while
strawberry patch working. Sam
IdWe who it was that shot him,
MA be knows of no enemies

luj ber shipments from the
"triandina for the month of
. 0aogtSd to 8.,901.469. val-
$74,17?. Tire total value of
ortb from the port la placed


week of February 17th Ie to he
a gala week on the St. Johns
The Jacksonville Powtr I;>at
ill hold a three-danys' interim
regatta at that time, cpeni to!
Dt In the world.

snappers have been caught in
large quantities recently that lo-
lers about Pensacola find no (Itd
for them. Some of the dealera
Hiking of shipping the flih North
acting them In cold storage.

imcola la rtill in the clutches
epidemic of grip. there being
allies who cannot add at least
Iame to the already large list of
as who are battling with the
I disease of fall and winter time.

H. Green. one of Starke's suburban
n., planted three and three-
er acres of cotton and gathered
pounds of the fleecy staple, or
erage of 1,084 pounds to the acre.
SkEhat h o hallav Isnn onAinil


, '.r. i that the uatt r ol. Irp)''rly
I'iunherflg thet hou.'es uand niarking
the streets is all that is required to
sureue the attainment of the, olJect.

Lamed by rheumati-n and 75 years
old. Eractus Warield. a Hlillsborough
county negro. ran three miles to the
'home of a neighbor the other night,
Pursued by some'strange beast whose
Quaint outlines he could not Just dls-
tinguish In the darkness. le almost
fainted when he burst hit,) the neigh-
bor's house and screamed: "A whole
drove of bears chat ed me here."
SErastus started from his own nhaek to
the neighbor's to ge't some medicine
for his sick mule. lHe had gone only
a few yards when ho heard the tread
of strange beasts behind hinm. Only
a couple of nights before a big bear
had been &ehot in that neighborhood.
Erastus started on a w1> lod Io, but he
could always hear th,' big beasts


JUSt ubehI nil him ior
* miles. The neightbor


the whole three
took his gun and


went out to invet i.tto. Patiently
waiting in front of th,, house was
Prantus' .lick imul The' annimal had
followed h11.; ovfinr all th.' way.


ACCIDENT TO PHYSICIAN.


Dr. McKinstry's Buggy Overturned,
Causing Him Pa'nful Injury.
Friends of 1 '" .1 I' "' Kinstry, Jr.,
will regret 1, in ait! ti on Huniday
morning h hil,' t, i t, the mistor.
tuItO of Iln.I tlMii ,.11 ut of his bug-
gy, thile \ he.hit' .t;irnmiIi 'upon1 him,
causing paiiiful ihji.'Tt from the li-
suit of wl6i'0h In ,e -ws compelled to
take to his mled for a w while. Hli con.
edition Is re.iorted l I 'ter now, how.
ever, and it Is hoeip'd he, will have enso
tirely recovered in a day or two.
Dr. McKinstry, a he was about to
make a rall, steippeld into the buggy,
the lines being thrown across the
dash-board. Before he had an oppor-
tunity to grasp the lines the horse
.t*h bt kivi*r a suddenn turn whih


AT PRNESYTBRIAN CHURCH.

Two Interesting Senmwes Sunday by
Dr. Wedd and Dr. Itreue.
There were two nterestiUng sermons
at the Mirt Presbyterian church Bun-
day. both morning and evening serv


tug" " c urw" *.i .ou. nn"u r"u, uiu ...... "'""-"". ".w...$mes being well attended. despite the
orts to a small acreage and get- threw the occupant out. The bagy
out of the land the best there is also turned, making matters more
the morning Dr. 8ledd. than
serious, and causing the injuryI. the oning M. t
--.... -e .... whos re Io no more local or elI
adilons at the Penracola navy Dr. McKInstry seem to have been deliver
s thNeten to become "far more most unfortunate for the past two or a In e which was deply
ms as time goes on. A large num- three days. a on SaturdayoneotC e Pclate by those present Dr. Bledd
t the s hbave already been laid wheels of a buggy he was drlvtngw as v er alas to attract a sed con. gra
Saccont of the scarcity of work smashed by coming into contact with U
there is a well-defned understand- a manhole. aIn the evening Dr. Claence II.
among those connected at the 8trouse comeeated to fill the pulpit.
* that more will be dispensed Ex Empress Sails fr Caombe. and be aa greeted by his usual large
a the s e future. MaraUle, J. .- -pre. ngpgtio. He preached on the
S! Bugele ad her et^ sailed Pday eMbJeet. "Universal lw,." and frem


committee Yfom the Board of 9"r Colmb'M.



CITY INTERESTED


IN YOUNG MM


loper's New Theory Attracts W kesprenl

Attention During Stay In Cincinnatl.


adui M- of the lat bi-
ftrg tdr Eing 751ya
ma tIs do 6wmg aitid wbich
Waed is~ at ldmdu Pos whil
SW eelareusmshis 16Ma is

ml bs mOmilngst Mr gi oesevr

nmdMk emm bw s It
OWi AM 67t day bb lHds do
isrmug ea ew bae ma&e
Ofut VW seremal thwmmad UM
k usm sea de. Ie setir ft y
ON ft an bsihaw""ugo big
Dry amI do bamam smama& k
UUIK and be airwed b"n an
LT Of tow cbwetmi Wbe
O a dy bts deus an amr

snow of HI s
Irusm"89010p -- -

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dull pain In the tower Post Of OWbuSt
I bare IWhes & alOft kibs ftd
11ev DM.'er &and mU QWend
bidthat I have -dsws ben
Gs ~rMr. Copw ton
wai mowe of the eisa
Mr. J Lt.Brooks. ivTiM$"G atISWhfeit
Mteet who badtetone"* I*osw:
*roruo w ott~smamI have
of the head and d.ooo. My no
paenwould beaMme linhue d
mm.l A ~udhave vm'w m
which aleeerud for e~uJ~
crwU of wave'r macildo
throlk essauing an IrrvtW 49,
bencbLW aI pinS". Nunl th11"
Al~y bnabo rNehjopld.. E bse =
Jay WSu at r"Shl a p~blSmm
Sather i ir mmy iOt W" aim
hekamd no. a r d w0ul so
synoylg g C~halkf a kbomb 4c
Ii~~when -be ISM bhSI UM 1kSa
sI b tit like a nwsoft I me
wcaM P~tlfy cued ad m soia
comwo Newr~ww Dwy tW I
aaIt* Mm ed-of ~ S
The -01"m bu
gaudIsomim We a-1
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begiinola to the close of his diaeourse.
commanded the cloeest attentou.
Rev. Those. P. Hlay. who It off Mi a
vaeTCst with hie family. e pects to
return In tme to fill his regular ag
polntments seat Sunday .

New Hardwood Mill.
The Browa1Jeontiag Hardwood Com.
*ay. experIleced hardwood MI. have
deeMea to establish a mill t Ua city.
a are mow at work y the plant,
whI- Wl be caWd is so"ta Ohalnsw
ville w S W waSreowe of the S
J. Tboiaes Cfiny. Tey.have base
operatfIg nm Lake ftler for amne
time.
This will prov, a xcud thing for
Oa lssevUle. as the ftrm .v-eWt to eam
ptor quite a fare. Ttwy 'vwi cuat
ard wood o all marketable btape.
Oad ms ao datt esjOy ab trade
threoeghot the eetry.

Ow. Powree In Lakseland.
tle f rt r. herry m L eare. who
left here several *weks on saO Soth
IPtrlds la eearrh of a 'cawgIi. will
be Intreedl to tea O bhat e b
opened a detal ear* In aheada.
where he has dedord '> make hiB
fatr hs bme
Dr. PIare. who Is Oalmeevirll
hey. le a a ofmatf the l eunta Ntets
al Cglise. e Nb ste bea a rwA
deal ef pretrWl eperw. see thrurnh
Ihe 5msllva wMtOr A ifde1nes He
stands high sto bl pe* f -eei sad
rtes pre1 1 fear %Ilm a '9r1 t future.

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SITTINO ON TI-19 RZAIl'2r.

Republican Camneiegn W&Cers A'rer:,l
*eNofmtiu.d. in No* Y(we,g
New York, Jan 11 %%:,it i,.v
V04l14ns IIN w~t~iI lliniilvve11P r.-I
dewoa18! us Iti ete'rn-1 nounil' a e '.he'
ting oniit e t 'u f it 1fthe' 1-1I 11, 11nhas
aIretdy iLe in slorfol at O ibt' ~rectsi-
tan hviaopi, Or~e'rfor #utilmii. % v, acrj
at the I j Li e i
The frist nirr of t:e eno'Irn I
tejwrtiel am hvIing ?wflr.'c I.'r I ()'1o
the order of John W Mel~sonall1, tho
turfrosn. to tbet 15I.OOO teat tlfeyin of
Johorl.cit tif14titei~e-f If fli tisinitt'
rfor the p'... Id.enry wc iilel I*eioeirA
Th. repor;noeltaker of the' wager lIs
'Mibmess 'e'iln. fotul~r c? W 1
R4heVila, 0@Yale? flt of Ali p0ajer.
and at ors, Irt iq ite ccer lit Ibis rgpLes,
11ean naxionjl vcturnlotIe from Milnue,

Carrie Notion
certainly sm&aMhe a hut. III the'
bar-rooms of Kansas. Itet 1Ballar4re
IHoreobosaudSyrup baa .tisabrelall rm
yards "s a core forir uughs. briorbitlia.
infli'enuansad aill pulmnawry diesees
TF C. H---. llotwtim. Kanra.s, writes-
"I baS10 00vOrfa1tcId a treetlleleio that
'414 cure a cougb an iqaairkij as tl
WieJ's twrehtmnuif Nprol I he we uw4
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6 THE I)AILY BUN: (AINESBVILI, FLORIDA. JANUARY 14, 1908
lira.-' ....


NEWS LETTER FROM

NATIONAL CAPITAL

Many Bills Introduced at bR on-
vening of Con .re.

SEVERAL BANKING LAW BILLS

Have Been Introduced and One or
More Likely to Paso-John Sharp
,WIlliams Favors Smalter Standing
Army-The Browneen Incident.
Special Oorrespodeonee The DaU Suts.
Washlntgo, D. C., Jan. 13.-Demo-
crats and Republican alike are
up In arms over the treatment
by the President of Rear Ad-
miral Drownson concerning the resig-
nation of the latter as Chief of .the
Bureau of Navigation. The President
is roundly censured because of his
failure to make public a letter written
by Admiral lirowason in which he gives
his reasons for the belief that the
assignment of a naval surgeon to the
command of a hospital ship In against
the law and to the detriment of the
service. Every application at the
White House for this letter is met
with the reply that the letter in ques-
tion has no Waring upon the point
at lisue. Needleis to may, the friends
of the Admiral are of the opinion that
this letter contains the crux of the
situation and they consider that the
President has handed out to Brownson
anything but a "square deal" la this
matter. ---


inin. ~ .Alp


DOCTOR'S ORDER

WAS: CUTICUA


-I--
For a Bad Case of Eczema on Child
-SufMred for Three Montht-
Dims Reached a Fearful State
-Pain and Itching were Terrible.

CURED AFTER OTHER
PRESCRIPTIONS FAILED
"When I was small I was troubled
with eoemsa for about three months. It
was all over my face and coved arlyT
all of my head. It rMohed uch a stat
that It was Just a lare b all over.
and the pain and itchng were terrible.
I doctored with an able physician for
some tinfi and was then advised by him
to use the Cutlcura tenmedie which I
did and I was entirely cured. I have
not been tethered with it since. I used
Cuticura toap and Cuticura Ointment
but do nbt know exactly hbow much was
u to compl the cure. I ran safely
say that Cutlcura did a lot for me. Mim
Anabml Wilson, North Branch, Mich.,
Oct. 20, 1907."


ITCHING CURED
With Cutkura Remedies in
Three Days After i5x
Months of Suffering.
*I suffered fully six months. The
trouble bgan In my arms in little
red pImplH an9i it wis not long bW4ore
It was all ov'r my botly limbW face
and hand. It was no bad that I oould
not rest night or day and during the
sis monthi I did not get at 1gxi night's
sleep. I dlxctormi for thr.e or four
months and rMe'nt at Irat twenty dol-
lars trying to flhd a ui'- but now oould
he found. Then I saw the Cuticura
Refmedive advertisld, and the nxit day


The "H1111l to amend the' national I pUtchal soneror mevty-nve cents
at the drij gltt's. I upo them and I
banking laws," jirepared by Senator wartplievidof thi e Itching In thrm days,
Aldrich, Introduced in the Senate and and I have noverh ha&l aign of any skin
referred to the finance committee of 1ae, t only rl mil(turs to use for kin
that bo. is the important top'c of dis- dlew-m, th,-y have curd mtef and thy
cussion in political circles. As >.t the iloom, It. It. Thregraplnher, wa.lloway,
Democrats havo not committed them- Mich., Nov. 20 and 11c. 29, 1900."
selves on this measure and the Itopub- (Cut cura Ilemie ima ar guaranteed
Ilcans are very sanguine of little op- .ptrunder Act. nit at
po tilon from their Dtneocratic breth- I (Nmpee I trn and )Intmal Tim tar
ren;: In fact, thei le',ade'r in both houses tia.ot cfituur, oNip S An. i- and w Uw- M.
haCu ti P 'i>)t e iAr l ) U It Prthe sili, and (Vilt-.
think there Is veryy likelihood that a urKnlvels niei (,lcin the fr > (Cli< l
the bill will get through the Senate 1ttwrldht t ore w P. brui Lia
0e 11. S 1 pl, N pi, m.- Mo ,
and the House, In a reasonably short ia'il Vre.usl. 'lacura'N i oniS$In u IUSIMM
time, ...--. ---
Many bills wre in trodnced In the reducing the regular army, after the
House on the rro.onvenlng of Con- first day of December, 1908, to 35,000
gross after the Chrlutnmas holidays, men, 10,000 of whom shall constitute
about one hunIdrei and lixty in all. sit artillery force for coast defense.
and of this litarg nuimler one oif the The' standing army., as now composed.
most Inilir-tant San t hill by Itepri. emnitrnte 4f0.11)0 od oftlc'ers and men.
sentatlve .l liii o h a.rj WilliaHn, re Aniad a third hill as Introduced by
I'e'aling the.- liw iir- .etlig thi t hr.e Mr \VIIllinIa rnlv'alti ni nIl laws by
fifth, of tIl. M flwtnei f.r ',.nt ,i n- rvtv whi'h tinI'il-ial bank u rtiiiiiners are
of Inllton l n l thinks i in yv coii lt f tml. 'ii itl'..,tl.1d i,\ fie.'- ntl ed placing
. .. L .. b . .t....... ..i.. .. t.#. .-. I .i I. Ill wans


In effect in his annual message to
Congress. The Hermltage estate con-
talns about five hundred acres and is
situated seven miles outside of Nash-
ville.
During the last few weeks there has
been in Washington almost an epi-
demic of pedestrians, the latest vic-
tim of this ailment, a Frenchman, hav-
lug called at the White House the first
of last week to obtain from the Presi-
dent's secretary a card cetifying that
he called at the White House. He
expects to circle the globe, ending in
Paris, his starting point.


President Roosevelt has recom-
mended, in a message to Congress,
that the four thousand additional em-
ployes to be given the Census Bureau
for the work of taking the thirteenth
census be appointed from the Civil
Service, as he declares the examina-
tions, noncompetitive, used for se-
lecting the force for the last two cen-
suses served only "as a cloak to hide
the nakedness of the spoils system,"
and that inch examinations are use-
less as checks upon patronage ap-
pointnents.


Those friends of Governor Hughes
of New York who are endeavoring to
explain his silence on national ques-
tions claim that lie is like Gov. Til-
den and Grover Cleveland. Democrats
In Washington, however, beg leave
to differ with this analogy and point
out that Tilden was by no means a
stranger to national politics at the
time he was proposed for the Presi-
dency, an is Governor Hughes, but
that on the contrary he was an emi-
nent party leader, and had for years
been a valued adviser of prominent
Democrats in national office. His
sponsors knew exactly where he stood
and could speak definitely to those
who did not know. And In the case
of Mr. Cleveland they claim that he
was vouched for by Daniel Manning,
whereas Hughes has no one who can
stand sponsor for him. He Is a tyro
In national politics and no one Is more
curious as to where he stands on na-
tional issues than the leaders of his
own party. Therefore the Democrats
are incensed that Hughes should be
likened to these two prominent and
well-known leaders of their party.

A Wild Shooting.
Editor Sun: In the west end of our
county near Wannee. three miles west
of Bell, near our peaceable community.
several uegrocs are settled and have
a peaceable settlement. On January
4th, name being Saturday night, somet
unknown pierons rambled the negro,


settleme iint.i shooting mnveral shots


amu -o (1mi S i, A ltim ,ikitt ia it~utbli' ir tIt,, Irv' I 11"'t" tillrgi ui'r 4a 'm' '"' ilt0 the'church house tid id hootirig
u eIr ml 'l, a -Ii ttt.- i l friate t % 'mu c ia..te' t i I 1, 111 ha iIm ti vi b-R p near ms onic of thae hlumiu -' 4 ent is in g shots
lu~ii~ 11.' '1 be lii itreel A il tutNI.'''i i~t~uciieclbyltflito rain dim n i( m I ho- I uildlings which
eatlii- (urrui~ lr~%il,,~i lii)'' it'. IIlieof ~iiu.s-c', O t~i cac.4lit~urplr.e.ti, u~glot.y se'em
10i (1 ri-iwullt- 1 ;itt A'-4 1i:utit.m. iikI iq, %Iiu ill% tfeer (it roe. t Ie'rS, i~il; idbirturb-A1 knoteul,, that tbtl, try to
114111i11l 10:4111111 Lo flti,-'.4~ q. 1-01 -4 si ..etr i'Z'eu I h~au i lt, Ilil liva withnill me'n. The shoot-
thu I re". '.' i .t~c~sl it ,. 9 u. it. ~nt'eu li Innt~g l -~not chiarg'd it) thwc,e that know
e I'. t 1. k-1l II,.,- ; ?'lt?'ii,* ii .'l u iii -t t, r :.- r itume and themna Sucha Is quite' uncivil.


Ill J If I,1l 1 to H iuI'ieg't'ite'uir~Jtaur d '
t r 04 1,' 1II Li- tte1 (ie


Whiskey of Merit

T hATk the only kind We ever distilled and
irnid. Iha'111t is Whly our whiskies sell over and
over to the c'ustomer who was sutimfied with the
fir-.t crde'r---and conltinluesN o- -thait is why we enjoy
the confidetw~e of thow~ands.
W hi'dk'y 1-4Leithetrpure tit %onlething else. We
sclet11 the guian careftfuil) ; w only pure water;
lgit) hlull itttirity in tour ow~itwajrchouwxb, and in-
M.tt tliat our m h~kkiv% teach Olet-w -Itolnr in origirul
pxtck~igv- I 11 rotow t o %- -v'~iwct% tith e ustornwr--
SAIte..UAII, t '.r tzdtkk %trUM11 r. idious edulterAtdbns
ow lhi'm .. t'qpeu.ii for ut&' in the iiki
roiom, mCI'Vbbd'~iclll tomcvi t) wc-Ak stoni-
U'1%.N1 %l4,t k; Il- I fit "(A % V 'youir friends, they
will 14111"Ic Im. thk ii11'I''lAt .nd enjoy their rich
int-how t1cjbr 'I lie n.atundl vim and vigor of the
(.or and Ryet, :.iioncemuitretd in pure iquid form
in mwlhl of (the fol'il ,41mtubr.moda.

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tterrulerwae.
t(OtWLVLlAA, KY.
*0 We DAMOn b-c *j


MONTHLY MISERY


OF CARDUI


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is the Best
of All

There are many mail order whiskies on the market. Some
good-some otherwise. We are probably the only whiskey dis-
tillers who make a specialty and a study of medkicinal whiskies.

Atre Is the name we have given our high-grade c or rye
whiskey made by the "Primitive Method," and especially recom-
mended and prescribed by physicians and specialists for invalids
and conaalescents.
*

Atro RBye or Corn is Express Prepaid
on Southern Express Lines


Four Full Quarts $3.40
Shipment assorted as you flke

rhis whiskey plw r',s .a rnre nrid delicate aroma and an
rxeiuasite bouquert iIt i rich in ntiirishinent and tissue building
lpro.lrties, aind icrept dale to w"(ak nnd delicate stotnachs.


"Ask the Revenue Officer"

E'ery hipment iguari.;atred tl l o pri.c and satisfy or moOey
rrfundled promptly.


R.M. Rose Co.


Jacksoni'lc. IT!


Atla nta, Ga.


Chattanooga, Tenn.


Order from nearet point.


Miss N. Norton$ SAVE .


Noveiu&, Boots, Stationere
SoliveiminSet Picture
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WRITEUS A LTrM
dsKlmW#A ryw -pprm
da wdw@l ad you Fm Advice
Is pliar medevte ewb. d
p1Z&w6aaaoft a. w I
J-1 If The haGanoore
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Is one of woman's worst afflictions. It always eIv
you weaker, and is sure to shorten your life and maoe
your beauty fade. To stop pain take Wine of Cardul and
it will help to relieve your misery, regulate your funo-
tions, make you well, beautiful and strong. It is a re-
liable remedy for dragging down pains, backache, head-
ache, nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness, dizziness.
fainting spells, and similar troubles. A safe and efficient
medicine for all women's pains and sickness.
Mrs. J. L Broadhead of Clanton, Ala. writes; "I have
used CarMui for my disease, which was one peculiar to
women, and it has completely cured'me."

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mpiede, Ignited Her
and She Was Burnt.

8OSS TO HER ASSISTANCE

Were Eventually Extinguished,
SNet Until the Unfortunate Vic.
Had Seen So Badly Roasted
Death Came to Relieve '.
Jan. 11.-Through careless.
s eolgad woman, Rebecca Wise,
life last Friday night. She
kmp sitting close to the fire-
=at as she started to light it,
exploded with fatal results. Her
itllted, and in a few see-
she was enveloped In flames,
out of her house. Neighbors
to her assistance and extinguish-
L*re, bet not until she got burned
enough to cause her d,'.ath. She
Friday evening, after suffering
Spain. Sbe was the wife of Levy
& respected colored man, and
uhter of 9erry MeCaslIn. a well.
and old-time resident of our
ty, and the sad accident has been
much regretted.

OFr.CR IN SCRLN.
u r th e r D .-! o r s t i .. z- 1 ..
rl'n, ..'in, 1:l .--* .;...
uph ut 'r:'ln ar '. :: '
ecurrence f t'e .' 1: :
ay fear ;:a Y ;>''*! ::. I'
The plice, h()1'ov.a .i '
o ed In force rt t1: '.'I*"'.4 : o
Sof te Cit'- *1-.: "' '
pa''"" and vir i i' li' i;
they ar be :'', .',.d in r, .
the static n l,'i, 'eP.
le police do ( 'n t p r't ' t' p, \' ,
form In grou"- ar.t ca <.', iv
has been Impons..'iie to a:.: ',?ote
, start a dlenonstratlon M 4t of
men arrested Friday have been
lted.


DOG On's Mlb'rnies
Are saldOfteinto be barmedulfeet Undat
potrd. Buit many am" woumnn call 00
their fami iy jibysirians, suffering. ms tb
tmnaalne, one Apruondyspepsia, a110.t !" V r fr
heart diseamiai, another from liv. r t r I
flfv disease, another front uu'rvor. u~prv.
traction. another with pahi herv' .nd t here,
and In tbs way they pri. ntai ak-f r
themmi'IVes and their C.1sy1-n':11 orovTe!'-
busy doctor, separate diuca lo,'.r n Itch
be, a-,imitning them to be such. pc~rw
hit Pil "s"a Otions. In re.1litv, they are
all oudy ajIPt4qIU caused by *S)ne uterine
diseat&- e1hMulciniNowrxnt of %,W


mpwsogU o AS TO TAFT.
Pmeldent Koemovelt Thinks He Will
oft 00 Votes aIn Canv'eln.
wa.'MUSn0.on Wu.1. -
to C10 trs V. a t ': ot:~


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o cof suffcrnL .tpaup irent to M4i: tht. ;.t' : I, .. ..
until large bills are de..T lerint ati, ah
patient gets so beltt &n the
ronfg tMatment. but ju-babli w A tleun.s.ft e w: c c .1 :
nr-omfrlellylklf r-Pl l~ T ~The t.,'. ..t ,: ...tcr
l E*'%'iCF ,Ct,,r in de:a.. .i,.. s I ., .
mp. tary i I. .. C .
toms., a i n Ieltutio eemfort instead ol J' of o C O t. : ,* :.
prolonged has been well said, .
act-dil~ae known Is half cured. represu'n ;t. o & us,"
Dr. P I rte v Prescription isa Me las re n;)y rc,. c.
t re ugie deInea ully devd that e :e him
Snad ated to woman's dell ca tar Tft cnu count :. t
Llamae ?of111atly A1 er1a1n 1 111 Ins from ttae rtclWd o uYth. t .1 we(> .
aimLany of t e tntdie w. lat,
a m one-ha.t of t?.e :%,,> :;'.,.:. 1.1
a werftu lavigorating toolo *a' states.
write Poo *imparts strength i '
the wholey and to the ow a die Judaon l..orn !ho he .Co re',ub.
Unctly feminine ltpartlcular. Iw OV ik Ian worked, *wornt, run-down.* debiltan t wiktee ud ci. 2'. i!%
stated tS he, maillners dremak% ton tl w k
seausBtre,'sShoplirl]a,"ouse.keeper, td that (;C t ;I,i w .I ,; :,,, I
ursinmothers, an11 feble womenge no to gTe n J,'-: as I J,; .at
erallyd.. Pleree's Favorite Prescriptlo he tould Win.
t the greatest earthly boon being n- e could Iln.
equaleda an aoppUZing corital an r" It to practlea'ly certain I' i Vi"
storativetonic. HHlche(ct 111 il It t!' v
As a soothingand strengthening serve *
Ine "avorlto Prcrlption'liunes1 alaed i the Taft I(auiiMalan h.r it. i. ,
and is Invaluable In al.aving and a aub east.
during nervous excitabihty, Irritability, -
Mervons exhaustion, nervous prsration, Why
neuralgia, hysteria, rpa sm, Sti Vitus's Why
dunce, and other distrv.mlng. nervoa Should your baby suffer' W1hen ho
symptoms commonly atn % 1ant upon
functional and organic iotase of the io tretful and restless don't exM'rl-
uterus. It ii.luces r<,''iiii.ii sleep and meat on him and use any old thitin
relieve m, nt.il anxir:t zt', despondencv.
Dr. cp&rees le.asman, l t Inei',ra your neighbor recommends Huy a
the stomach, liver ani hiwels. Une to bottle of White's Cream Ve'rmulfuge.
Uroe a doaa. awy to ta k as candy. I .ato k.nown.. wri rni.ii.,. and


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cure for children's diseases It I mtl li
In Its action, builds up IthO' systti.
t. makes thin, puny babies fat .Mrs. J.
.. C. Smith, Tamim, Fla., %rite-: "My
"I l! baby was thin and sickly, could not
Sfr tl'' retain its food and cried all night.
Jn Il1,. i used one bottle of Whilt,'. ('re,,an
Sfor th'i Vermifuge and In a few tdn\- l.,bblv VuI
..nl trose laughing, happy and well." Sold by
W: 1u be W. W. Johnson.


v ,: whtimgand


ot Negledt a Cold.
d "M Wekens the Luna towm the Vitality and make tthe
system less able to withstand each sucmeding cold, thus
pafTi4 the way for more seroleut disease
AN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH CHANCES 1


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PE.-reiAMN9TLT CUPLI
Colde, *ore Throt, pAtlWmt
p, Whoping Cough, Broa
MHokenese, *or* Luns,
SR SHOULD KNOW THAT MALLARD'S NOR
P CONTAINS NOTHING INJURIOUS. DOES
41KOM PATE CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVELY
W CROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH.
MWMt l A **HI *eeMw Tea.., *eIf tWe
a M iaIae thm**** .t **y e *l fud *5r** l d
woeol fits"ftb W* m(t aimecus we KNwO
me lo 1 chuba.. Every lottle Gwamd.
romp=esie8 se *-t*e e1.*0
a& $N ow -1-IIXMNT CL.ST. LOUt" m


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leb:-to4,a of Otoojimremitarenoij g 'to
prument CIC.ch Of Itmlaphsitjioh~wfr'.
T~v~v 'bro v 'mimi-4'dn 'he flarneb
and Ponam cer be teplaceal.

Fer Over sixty Years
UMrs.WiSlow's SoothingS yrup bUs
beesnused Ike eMMa.'. tee4thIng. It
sooth" 9w ChiM. softmensWhesums.
a&3Mg&IaFtpulm, cums mind ocilte. and
b the bead remedy fbr diarrhoea
Drought In 1ldis Brokens.
TLaor#, India. J1an 13 -The dromsurti
whieh boo ro.1i-'ft'I'd here for teIN, -1-
Wsi wrnthiq la, been bruil'..n by mivi
oIM10 raIn thra uax1nt Rot,ehilnjab 11
toe rf'pe It:)n iof an a' Ptilate o f
fani.inot, ihich has ea-u-, I mua tori
ha. v rt:t In ivIc at )vae'tU I.
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The Filost StsALsbibl Is the Coh c service
yl,'i NeW.v uighnlt a d a Snd 8 tiihto Liuoe
Frright h<,rVie Betwenl JAOK(NVILL'0I.K. O() atid
P (Cailing at tharleston both waye.
k3aBA.I--W xiE.LX SA IBA lNGR
Southbound ........................From Lewis' Wharf, s n
Noethbound...... .... From Foot of Washington *l.,JaahJooav I'

Clyde St. Johns River Line
Bi stweWt J ACKUT4ivI.LLK slltl 2 ANr`usil
11 ,nipin g |a I'ailth ., Altur, I'ert.sfor (. ila tid)., ut Id rmet lidt l dir
on tit. Johns Rier.
Steamers "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE' and "FRED'N*E BARY'
Or. Api(,iis.t to a. l as fillhws: I 1.,, JAICh' vILLs.a. dilly er oepS
alsurdayd as 8:1:) p. ii. Iteiurning, e*a N A 110S, daily
pile it i-Indwye.-l l, |tIu M.

LAee 3:30 p. m .........Jackwonvlle ...... .....lIe 5:00 Ia.
Leave 9:00 p. .... .. .... Paulatka ... .......l.. ave 10.00p.m.
14 e e 3:00 a. .m ...... Astor ... .. .. .. Leave 4:00 p. a.
Leave ........ .I.r.turd ( )ela d) ... .... IA ve l:00p.:.
Diue :00 a. aI. anford .. .lav 10:00 LIa.u.
DUO 10:30a. .m................................ e 10:30 l a.m.
PaMeengers an Tieket Ofiles 11 Weet Day Stroet, Jaekenvills.
If. HI. kAYMut.S\I V Ie P'reident asud (Ualral Manawer, New York.
II K. MAYNAHI. V. T. M. A. C IIAUKrY., U. P. A..
MPr a3. N It. New York. Pier 34 N. N.. New York.
14. H4 CROIILK, C. A. V M IRONMONUUI. A. A P. A..
Iamebur, rlia Jh$kmvllie. ira.
1 D. JONM. T. A,. JOHN PMRNIM11 T. P. A.,
Jackwoville, ris Pier 24. N R., New York.
(1' I,)V 1 .I A. lnit. Jacrksonville,Vic
cenoerl Offte, Pier 24, Nortb River, Now TYok.

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Vier f'Itit~iIE'4I 11iifuitiistt1,i, usiPeI"l.s101p, rate4 andli roftr-
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J. A. Sshiw~,
'I'icket Agent,

GAVNE*SVILIA L.,A.


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PnATUFEt RDEcriOu AGAINT DISEASE
T'ie rese-zvactou of hcetlth anit rrcventloi %whiust di:-ease is altiv~t
en t kIV T ;* LtUpon I ;lre, lIi itt~y 1.rI *ev'rv or~ an, tissue, Uerv o lkit
sinv'' of tli. bedy draws on thb~is italfl,,: I f..r zourimarvirit tandi 8tren ii .
1Poi.-z n-, i. vors and gt'rnift frotn v.rinou!~s ofdtes gu't nto the blood.
and tl,,LUt~i il, ',:.catt life-strean w-innbe~.ns a s *,m, L. 0 In~fection and disv:a'~',
Ingetd of it nourishinr, lingthlud. Jrtvaity blaikewis.,:wtI
inilleortmit famclor, i..":uttating the qnfli ty of tht, 1. S. ~e perons areb~orti
with ta"Iitt.'d .fl rou diseased aiicestrv, and S,,: hil %%t m i'cof itA Dultieous
rinuiq is slire to crop oait some1 titue ini life. N, A on! vpt~iovla in the LtLXX4
are 'u~iikfor disease, but when thecircultl ~ion is ~rn im dwn and becowes
poor and wcxdc ini quality. then we ate the tfik't iii Ai ,nt t:0 had conditions
of health, su%1% m ~wekne~s. sallow cowpltexion%. ha'. n al various skina
eruptions. All bloxd tiroubics require a toulk otI 1 L6 puilfier. and none
other equal S. S. S. Mtgfxa down to the
very foundatiott if the ttront e, and rrmrvz4
en ~Particle of the poison or impurity fruMt
the blood. Awl tnot only dor* 8. 8. 8.
ase ntfdote the Piaonns,1111 Mrsov&'a41lgerms. utt
it w4woftv8 wlkth- v'1,q tonic pro rticl,
NURELY VE63ETAPLE which build upandti trtu'itbea weak inpov.
Servic'ena, Ttsma Ntter. and au other skin dik%%s ii&ntl disotird,.rs. Bw
onteblood aud ally mieflical advice frt*.
THE SWIFT SPECZF!C CO., AffhANTA. G&.











1 M i s s }d s r e t B a r h ur e d
Sfrom a pleasant visit to friends at
', t t "M"' io-aopy. *
regret to tht she t YnLEN EDVIN
at her e, -
He nry Dutton, Jr., left yester- It Strengthens ad Vita .
day for Atlanta, Ga, where he will With old ge coes feeble
remain a wdaysloss of power; the organs act mor
1 The Real Thing-Use Blue Ribbon lowly sand a effectually; the 16bloo
'anils a and you get the real vanilla, Is tha eiggia and -watery; dialiton
that grow.I aed
L Mrs. W. F. Yocum left yesterday Vinol rpaIrs worn tissues aad 0
for Ocals, where she will remain for ehecka the natural decline. It taei
Sa few days as a guest of her dugh- up the digdirve organs, aids awusil*
ter, Mrs. Gary nation toe rich, red blood, 'and
Accidents will happen, but the best- gt ep every organ in the body.
Sregulate families keep Dr. Thomas' in thiv tal to aer Vinol replace
Eleetrle Oil for such emergencies. It weaWkne with strength. i
subdues the pain and heal the hurts. ,Vi. Is ot a patent medicine bl t
Sw of Aim fOO T'. B. 1r11i.s, Jr., has returned from a delicious cod liver preparation wht
m b... m -ade ---In W ll-l>'llm 1t i il C Jacksonville. Mrs. Bllis spending oontalas all the iledlcinal body build
i-. and auum b__ PO wJ.... we- ry r. r uam a while with relatives in tbhht city, ing elements of cod liver oil in a con-
S. ad. Am and Mrs. Ellis has been on a brief oentrated torm. taken from fresh cod'
waw. To Prote t W ad a llut jnvs. | a to her. lvers, the useless oil eliminated and
S,-- J. T. Manning, the clever and sc-' ,tonic Iron added.
b. tW .ib cesful young merchant of Clark, it is because we know so well of e
A J I i spent BSunday in this city with friends, what Vinol la made that we offer to
Mr. Manning formerly resided here, return money if It falls to benefit-W.
Sand has many friends who are al. M. Johnson, Druggist, Gainesville,. 0
ways glad to see him. Florida. w
The Galnesville Dairy is now ready ,..... ----
U- for b 1uiness, and will be pleased to A Quiet Marriage.
serve customers daily with fresh, rich There was a quiet marriage at the
d. L milk, from thoroughbred Jerseys. home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Avera,
1 ,Ra L.'f t P o,- m.B from Bll _ Phone 178, get on the list, and have East Liberty street, Sunday evening,
l i -1.- youre milk delivered pure and fresh when their charming daughter, Miss
Cream of Tea- d, i d every day. Beatrice, was united in the holy bonds BA
011011l06 t bs f Doc. Beasley, for many years a real. of matrimony to J. Mosby Taylor, Rev.
dent of Waldo, but who is now mak- S. B. Rogers, of the First Baptist
Ing his home in California, was re- church, officiating. -
_. -, newing the acquaintance of his old The contracting parties are both the |
IyNEWS have found anything see it Gainesville friends yesterday. Mr. well-known and popular young people W.
KIs voMr i the want olumn. Beasley is on a visit to his sister, of this city, and their friends unite In
NEWS OF CTY AND 2 it adv rh toe the want column. Mrs. Florrie Geiger, in Waldo. wishing them a long and happy mar- At
COUN TY CONDN SED he turned from A te h. J. IL Ivers has returned from Jack. ried life. from
us, where he has been for the past Meville, where he has been for the Mr. and Mrs. Taylor will make their coun
few da a. Past few days. Upon his return he home on East Boundary street, with slon
.t'f.t Of 0 8Utii TB,,G&t rtA Mr. and Mrs. James Chosnut of was accompanied by his grand-daugh. --
Anttwr o f (M Inte rest AU AlAch i smre to the ity, gueolts of Mrs. ter, Mrs. L. E. Murphy, and children,
ed by Our Bprts., IB. IF. Jordan. j who will remain here for some tine
H. Werthelm of Atlanta spent Sun* as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivers.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS day in this city, and his old Gaines- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Arnold have
----... vlyle friends were glad to see him moved from their former cosy cot-
What Happened and What Is aln, ;tage on East Church street to the
a4iag to Happen Told it Wot Plar. Those. Roebuck left yesterday for Ot- home recently vacated by H. A. Ford,
ter Creek, where he has been ea- which was purchased by them. It is *
grphea So That "He Who Rm M aygaged for the next few days In car- understood that Dr. and Mrs.,J. F. Mo..
NaOd It In The G*O 1 peter work. Kinstry. Jr., will occupy the cottage
John Ambrose In on a brief visit to Clarenee 1. Searborough left yester. vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Arnold.
his mother at Waldo. day for High Springs and other I The new furnace beater, Just in-
J. I,. 8aw of llellamy was trading point. o bslness. tie will beaeent stalled at Holy Trinity t hurch, was ap-
in the city yesterday. thr Cvr four day. preeiatd by the congregation Sunday
rurnan Y. Smlth was in the city L. C. McClenny went Sunday to evealug, a it kept the buUdlug In a i H I
from Alachua yesterday. Cadillac, where he spent the day plea.- most comfortable condition. This -T H S_
Surveyor J W. Patton has returned antly with his parents, Captaia and heater is one of the most modern on
front a profosioal visit to HIague., Mrs. C. McClenny. the market, teing of the Peck-William- /
L. 1). uld J. A. Thomas of Willl* R. D. Medlin hbes returned from n" Cotu"pniy mako. Those attending
ford, two i uaev t. l farn.er." ar ll points in South Carolhna, where he hal Hioly Trinity in future are assured of 'w eM
til oly oi en for the paspt few days on b bet comfort. a- far a tempers-
nMss. y baclo lob says arolir& Is "atur il -conit'erned.
p i sI: r ahitir llaily ha tepteof pretty lice Ilace," but he was glad to &-------- -
il o rIClidbe at the stor of Iget back to Gallnesville. MOuit Vernon LdWge
j.. P.u11tich ihsi rettunied frin a t. 1). C(rawfurd of llothaln, Al1. ta N', Koniglt of Py. in
Imu ti,- ii (t lt 0iford and othtr lire(tor In the, UaIiic. ille Natina i0il I l. lnei' te night at
I" ,". in tilt aii 't(i tt h c om iii.i II.it. ir' of it i l '!i < i nh 'ti>.; of, thi' .* r DJ) L .',,e' ., .
I *.n llii In t' trg'. tiit Ilal tI, dl'" T r., la U h il 111 I., li ,hl t *, |W ,rk ,i ,t s rak ,( I' g-. Vi.-til L,
in n .i Sl' ;iitlh' ,tiip a alr o KOaxI riip. 1r tr' ^l-d i t r.r hl...i.t o( t:,1:h trrni'; rs*.l.-h, .n.*. J A .hs.vC. .U .11.
.".- . *. ity f*r xelcral ye ,ir.. ,it II ii iti: in i t. T, Ok-;l Ka. Df K DaC a CID
lh ,r of frh~ ml*< l lmil( i hr, ( ,lelTr <.itl .... .. ..1 --
S lions wtho i' ate'ndlig a teli t CONTIHeNT>L About 2. Ildis' Ne
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% 'ctithij nRe ar .4~1 LL t~-"*M..a:s. Trading Tickets.


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LOST. N r) t.t I I 'g PoW
NV *~ AN I W.- y"11K VwL:t' Mae for gpr. Iq (~ion 4Arly An~ 'i a .,.' 1ti.
~~ ~. ~ ~ don and uohrd ariork. saLowy 8;4; It ~4.~r Ad ~K Oe.&.
a~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~ -,P4 ''I'?.1a i It , A'J 1 ('mstdl ad tu wuiy $..at '' a '''',
wj!'Ik Ater #J% omnsths. Ajil4y I 0 Ilkas 2.3
col % ia41ch1 s~aimeith r. STUATIONS WANTED %L JAktikk. Pw,. CEO. V
it1 t er.%vAr' on i, thr tneMsaq o Atho
cv(O,4%, with !fob at~~t Oil PLOW AY T pX IN AN IatFIRST NATION
toLs 1afbtlhr I law lveI,' tm'ai tw~tL1 rF IRSI NATIO
wpWrqwakr4 ELi Mret oil'%.%ta% bo A'Idrv'As' u 1)1,$I' PkW : -
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All the :il-ove at Fa(



formr price(.

One lot Vhildreii's S-hort Jacketu
,I Ivt lot Clillren'm short Jcit


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ade with t W pbtmehts and
u nOaed tol. O5Ven mon.
orfa. a nd W lo'. r than any
Paint made. A gustiasMl on ev-
ry eCn.
if ygfare co em ~a building
r painting your o)8 ho you
want the BEBT. Isme a Bewt
n everythiQk. 1'In utIt Is

0 Per CL PW rftpr Paint


uReD HARDWARE CO.
Paints, Olkand Alac

groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A
Taylor. V
torney E. 0. Baxter has return. *
points l Putaln and Du'al
tles, where he went on prof.r
il business.
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