Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: January 15, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID01175
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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 Related Items
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. XXIV, NO. 291





a Hundred Attending Church
BDeit Performance at Time.


Oil Adds to the Flames Which Leap
to Ceoling-in the Wild Stampede
Welten,and Children Are Trampled
Upen-Fire Caused by Explosion.
Boyertown, Pa., Jan. 14.-Between
evmety-*fve and one hundred persons
were burned to death last night in a'
fte *h ch destroyed the Rhoades
\Opra House in this place. Members
f St. Johns Lutheran Sunday school
were attending a benefit performance
for that church and the place was
erewded when a tank exploded.
The actors endeavored to quiet the
audience and in their anxiety to make
themselves, heard and prevent a stam-.
pede of women and children, coal oil
laps used as foot lights were over-
turned, setting the building on fire.
Fed by the oil, the flames shot almost
to the selling. Immediately followed by
a mad rush of the 700 persons in the'
ualifta. Scores of women and chil-1
dres were trampled down and several.!
.assplng betng burned, died after be-
tag dragged from the building. In
anay cases entire families have beenn
Viped out.
Added to the fire was the faillure off
the Are apparatus to work piropcrly
and aid had to be summoned from
Pottatown and Reading.
The theater is located on a plat by
Itself. Hundreds of persons surround
ed the building, apparently uncon-
ws ous of pending danger from falling
walls. Many parents whose children
were In the opera house paced to and
fro almost maddened by the awful
Bdyertown is a borough located
about pnldway between Pnttrtown and
Reading, population about 2, ,'.'


Vigorous Fight Over BIII to Codify
I the Penal Laws.

Wsa~tzgtn.Jin 14.---A c'l-'er-. i
U1ght was, wafeod In the h~olim- Sit'tr
day aovr tlie b11l to cdlfe ?and rec .e
the penal laws of tie I S.Aitcit-l. eevrL
-with lpart!t'ti!%'T rcf'Aretice te v P't-ont
It. affecting rcneqlvracit e aancct 111f
civil rights of citizens. lMev-re, S .c, V
'of ?.livw~ri antilHughes of Neew licr
$ocy irorae azc'iacE'n'h h4 a' ns fret1
their ule!evt the extirptle i~f l tel xt~c
VINlONS from the operation (-f the w.~
tIOS whenever sucb unior.& de arc*~
eS&Mes cr boymitts. A ato
tiws to strike out the wroWe setic
'was m^49 by Mr. Datl~etirtf i~~r1
7 mtof -'--1134
67 Mr. &.erley Of Kens.'a aVn.*A
her of tbo committee on r'evi%'.1 b a'
be WUs SUptolit-'d by a fl.jni.' elor'fIi'.-
PNWICWNl -olsi'e anreeesMnCna b
all bVi, an u-pm t:c'by !ulr I' ''

fetsrre.1Cn ofet'llr'a ur's In ,:-rtt~
felcales art n:t- :o.a~s~osrs t*T,Y't~t I I
1Aider Pser.' s15 r!he a.~bvr,-urti e-'c.' e.
totieoeoia.-f Lle ststv In'?hPU
ses"*rot, r .gm~~J T. r.: Y ac
Unt W au was *ucp by M~r C!,t. ja A

101, a" o ar w.!,, '. 4 seeutka*

b -1, to "'- 111. 0" -'A
&wt Pool

IL b a kp esamour bow ItA'
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Slayer of White For a Second Time L JL LU U U llL Officers Roughly Handled by Newellea I
Faces a Jury. At Boston, Mas.
New York, Jan l".-In a brief --- loton .an. 14.- *Tnrte omfiers
speech Monday uni,,ing Assistant IMs. Ui!M Station Annex Barnwd at wort, 'ulte.,riltedof their, adges Tooth
trict Attorney G(;;a:n presented the and hats, amd onto officer and a by.
prosecution's side of tre Thaw cae. KBSAS City, Nl n an ttuinc. m nl on the Plte by
The evidence of J.liiues A. Smith will tandcr .ctrieuialy Injuriat 4.tSurlay
be introduced in tiht' early stages of In an attaLtk imadet on the police by
the taking of te'it.nony. Mr. Smith LOSS AGGREGATES $250,000 ,two hnre'. ne.w.Ioy n front of TO ME
visited the roof gaiden on the night the Iotio .\Amnirican neiiwsitper office
of the shooting and had a leng conver- T'h t, of t', f nea.t,)ys wer 1 placed
nation with Thaw Ju.st a few minutes Fire is Supposed To tiave Started by und eri arrest Efforts
before he killed White. OB te tfor- Crossed Electric Wires-Union Sta. The tron ovl o an n Itiient in a a Clog
mer trial, he t'sttlitd that Thaw at tion Pe.fer, an O' Landmark, Wa strike of ,l i.ewth)lN called ladt Profes
the time show no signs of mental 'tnt e aJndmark ir t, a Ilocal newspaper.
derangement, but talked lucidly and Saved After a Hard Ftglt which it i l.tllia.'nt,. him ralsie'l thi War C
coherently. Mr Jerome co iaaders Kansas (' ,;y N M .. ,.n I 1 -'II price.. f t ,' l, iapeor to thie t, ',' t1,,."t,
him one of his bhe.t witnesses in the Union station \ II .,,, Th, \,n. llt), t11,. 11ll Hat ir,,i,- t
attempt t> ) how that Thaw was In his djoluIng t.,e utr.on iu .l, :y t i I tlr I ,. v lr, wlw tlile paper fo nd r,h.ntin
right minlnoIn tI., night of the ahoot- w s de ,. e'd by hliv ,all M lt .v a nu ionht\, i to 'tak ot lt:Oi paper te'r for.
Ing and that his act was not prompted nmorn;ng. At tl., \#.i ;I0 ltation..and t the irs, An
by mental d<,antetTment. The tt tAton 'stat" tr, r, e t f stle v 1. e, nne IIoth appear-anc orf et' y le'
Mr. (;arvau occupled twenty Min. Kansas City'is tlar ark. ws vi wnagn, till.. I lth p~ers a* a tsinal bie te .i
tot.< In thi, aldrel s., describing the byf he firemen of, b.r l t for It! i oon Iboy. tD .ttaick I'lhou. thr.
killing of Stanford White as "a pre The burr.d bil l conll ,,ttdi t. li i "" f p el't t ero r>oin lip anil a ,11d
medital? d, ,i. lberate, and eewardly re elving off ices .rimsM, eLi t"* v % itt t "h* re- a,. t r .ik
murder" argo i nld the r ,,. pr. 'm t. et) ItnialmoI Ptro t th" att'ieipt Of
Mr. (;ar:iTn dwelt at length upon p ale, a brand the V g Iti t ,,11l offl, to nrnt a n4 W y it) wlr
the convert. ,r n Thaw had on the r poot anie a branch n airtig.,. Ins ce-tl.i., 1The of. i Tr
.potoft e. the ic! ,4 ti o tih' l,'reeI T1,1i1e io
garden i i'l i .laines Smith, abrolAb Harvey l tng II , ,c.nKp:i>a.t, thl, fl*'e'r i .. b.n ItIu a hrIatl rustr a l.l, hen tenth a
er.in-.aw of :.i iford Whit. The0 coon- Pullman alnce m ,t: l i,,nn. two ohe'- cf. t- ic s ai1. 1 4 I t, i gt. rd
versatlun, ,. ,t declared, was entirely o m d v.,. Y w i 11 y 1. f' r haI
sane, and Indulged In just a few A. tan' e inioni I 1 a th siottn er ntiiei'.1i .I.,hn ,a
minutetl ,.i :w the killing. Eight The loss I th ..d at a quat'.r iChaiotlat i I er, ,t n to the l;nntther i
subjects f:,,ni Wall street to ocean o n million tiitla tl' ol effort fi bt l e
travel e ., '..is L-all In a normal Tle ore wb a ll ,in ,le ,e ac 4 t a cl %41 n.bl eh. ,st
wayi. o l are was A lit'A i .41 p iv l ll'"iilngif l( the "1 r1 l,31iie it 0 t
Mr r~ ,.F n Thaw listened to the o'rlo. t, and wa ,,oil .. .. J r tile, l i;l twe..n 'nllh.it to ak1' laht' t
as iltanti tors description of e electric light wi ll. er t het. e it 1Ict on Ull it 1 clailm oif the niews a. lon.
the actual '~dill of the tragedy with a th department of the n -reeti pro
-t the 5lpre)
tense, dr.irt features. Jostah Thaw BIGGEST CAPE IN WORLD. EIGHT MEN WERE DROWNED. iratit ha
the brotte- and Mrs. George L. Car- I .. den.andI
ne.e, thil -nte r conmplsted the uii l Broadway T6 Have One that Wll1 Seat Earge Sank In t eaduce River In delegatel
family Poip Thaw sat rth se $8,000Persons. M e*.. I itr rr
fixe' ut n the' prosecutor, his head New York,. -l I .. llroadwas,. Tmp'fi'. .Mtiei. Janil 1 I'Irh i portent
resting upon I!ts rit;ht hand. the street of bright llghts aun-i res men w,.e'o droneiiold in 1ti ICutim'o ra iv Anion
After d. MltIII the s e ootle g of taurants. la tIo hi.ve according to the or b tihe sinking of a barge Th1, by (eern
\Vhlt.. M -,,rvn declared In con- s pi saidd to b) nearing eemonil,'tion, bktrte ''lonreid to t M I'owliy and YTrk, A
clislon. ,c' j!'-"'d by any test, t he blgest r'isaurunt in the oild hail ee.'-n .olnt asrosm the riTer with a Ihe rnM
pon ri'i e i, '!'v.id a the bolre it will occupy an 'ntilsi. bl ,-I. on gRail if It I nt) mcn to tIoad ioyster le will
mumtd ;,"'al a a pra mlledr t- Bruadway and Itll be taplb:e (,f ,.t e i sbhells Oin the return' it as bilix at Ithe
ed, (d.'- : rowardly murder Ing .000 per)lo, Tll pro.tiii, i' tow., hby th ifstin lamWinh AnetS he from *ti
\V.;l. 'oil, .nlng, a drau tA. be o upled x .i I frlom l 'l o it) tlt lctil'ini: g Il t Agl eIi,.'a ti irn lilere ai lto the
Tr; n. *, e 1V r twine f th t kill, to Forty-lourth itre..e. t on :l .*le y Mla itinas It t he1 pa
i1" t' it t r'ne of the k( i. e of irad to. av. s i .* 'r.*' W h 11 It i h' intellle or tt < riter a reos t!r
n '' .. i ,r ln r l. lwasn "1re- from the iot l e.i % r. ,a I i tr -b **'.>i fMi ,1'1,I .'11 t *She service
tco,.A' ,, y era ,r' .se. A ecupr i ip ple by an e i fashion.l4 f I N '! rTiver NC, t Ir t triffe0, lh !1 wa s nS i tiht
it A r l ApartnieInt .hoIeI t le. .l, it. i, thI 'h, *e.'II a .eii d h,,
wi b Te bruxninr. Mrls buo ietI , n tc ti t' i .. t *-fi o>nWIsti'
I I t, ,' e' efn P. Monday qu'iI p ia,. s to tI,e .1' '; ,. All t |,. r ii 0. 0,' ,u W 1- n e,.,,I
'.,* v '.: 'i, c tI. a1 11 ll tI' I)!' t 1 low er flB< r vti. Il te ti ,..i. 1'.. .11, .1. 1 ', i* I.ir a, l -eeI c1. wIll Ir
t v', '.,,ia ,n Sqccicree (.3
ditn S rneous ar te < 4l | f t i; ., n C f e I set'l I?: r.' .T 1 el s..cit
, rl o 'u ' tii '.lo the drawn l.I i r tn T 0 o f of 9 'wlitn to ll i t n Ill *
: e '**) V T.a i, e turn' i tf a *' t 4lsto a :..n ** I an t W'
, ,. !- T, al aji ;d..o fM, .:| raATAL AUTO A.... NT. .A l, 1
t v c 'C 11, to fl ft- ', ,..." Ull, ar.. 1 ,, ,, I t,1 | rFATAL AUTO ACCIODE NT.
i g ts ,,f i 4. , lar . . -_


a f-c Her Mar'r :'1~ W.th
t r Coun~t satchenyi.

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%&0 Captured hbyii~c. erl,, toheb'SCle a,
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b*4wh a b2ei4 MISS V4W4 fir tiaW
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Qgard Ausdassil


Will Se Made to Aeeemp**"'j
ser Union of twmateur Olg #
isional Soldiers ef the COunVty,
Department Rbpresented.

it. Mau.. Jan. 14.-At a os.
r n!".!4'A officers and lea, rt
g a national otbuatIed v ol*'
O. O9f more than 100,00 .aM-
ild Uin unorganlsed ooaStlta*
I 1.I'0O,00o) available Sae, to
In thti city during the at
W?,l, efforts will be made to
i:W a closer union of the aM
it profied'sonal soldlera of the
ofttkers representing li
irtminlt will also be preseal.
tcwtarion of the gathering to l W
innUil nierllng of the satlIOt
*Dcia4tion of the ITnlted lStaltl
n. iti hon w111 be bell ia ONI
ha I
al Charles I)O'k. author of ta
rit as his name, under whlOb
Ioa)l gIIarc hina been reborga.
ld prraldetut of the orgalsat
II preelda
ive tera period wethis whiho
vihonts of the bill were to 0of
i lappedl. and so active l the
fotr uew llgillathts, that maar
4 a rou coming tp the oavellits
ausi suagesstoan advocatlal I.
changes l5 Mhe satioal law.
i suth proposed elbages, as
iral Cbarles A Drals, @I New
Ill he nmang the reet ( wM"
enlnea will give eos ideratl ,
*e1g|eetl that the saticeal aa
tihresak of a war, be paai
at. to federal control, meaept
cnI rhian s40nde.blof, Mad tha,
it of the rat onullile with io
rmty, ready for 4mmt41d~
int war whea the presldat
lah tn s Ise t ,
S,. department Al WAblautS ,
L. ot, AwsnventilIt a one of aW
Srsrnrn, andi Its 4edolatIlII
.'<;l ~tu mrt (liver M ow. 0,
..' r,. ar> of the depi4artUuj
r C'.ne'ral; Ie;orge H DaIs,'9
W WIt trorpe;W. sa4 @ic"'e
!1. Weaver, of the eas",

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"c"bM&" WeedSOHis SceneeMobdewo
Sesi i u~lteie and His Sk Iesaned I ml"" 2
ce- er me t~ i III$ e of me tihtsnlailleS 0
f -cI.it .i is V et1,ticii hban31 9ad awinlb

/ a I eeg af*i lAeq'* all eU7 pevis. j

si- f, l~evI c~ Ic. I s a totoo be Wide lW
if U-c 't bc''-c 111,4 S"shinieteebe fellow
'S c~l I2.'u (r b, ;-"r Aseed violi1NsIt1NgeWOW
too'I.- t~is of duckh parioaeof hMe ho '
44 3.4Wl.ec tj~tiejW1mlyeto that WW. Mil
~~~el to '.0fc' a prootilet. mu *ulluval4&
I 'e l's &:r t~ o givtws*to his patties'

York. lito that t14 Ja 4s hayes bwoo" anlow
Ita vseI It. S4 tas Ave ~sy yeas 110

11"V6w1s fmtleIttee ebm1Ib
to lo DY 9, j-, wein.vfet) (0 a 4084 bcWO
111"rm.r' N teii, l, Stit ll ly Is
sRM8i'ciry. wit ta fgr-st wiateofMSW
12perig!rt 4011ih 11sa 1060 put tv umcd Is"

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Mc .tjgo'wery, Ala ,J~s.14-L
C (' ulitre4401 14 low##ewo
VF1i4d.y sigt tpSet gM S a 4,1Vb of Wa
A.. afe to WA at the PlItebeICA* OW
ped to ihe IVPr dues4. OssW

04e fame.way t""sot a inW p M
ge*a4,. 'f eaew. "0 aii
to both 466a $flow".

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y Was Day for Bank to et
%otr and Make Shoe nlg.


Banks Held Annual Meetings,
Ilseted Offcers, and Dicussed Ma.
.tserm Generally of Interest to Them.
s elveo and the People.
T Firt National Bank, one of the
slad moit substantial instltu-
of the kind In this section of
Mutate, held Its annual meeting of
d-e on Tueday, when the fol-
well-lkown business men were
0 .as directors:
B' 9J. Hammond, Hawthorn; C. D.
W Archer; IL. C. Parker, La,
; H. L. Dickinson, McIntosh;,
SK. .Graham, Oeo. W. Hyde, Lee
m, Perry M. Colson, Z. Baird,
K W.Hamptoo, H. B. Taylor, Gaines-

I meeting was well attended, and
,.0 Mookholders were well pleased
S 0 the prosperous business of the
9t asis months.
SA semlannilll dividend of five per
At 'a dooelared, which %howed a
Iei, oafe and conservative manage.
nm the part of those In charge
1te affairs of the Institution. The
oey palo which has been prevail.
throi hout the North did not seem
h'ok the nerves of this meeting,
wewas one of the most successful,
slaoellny and otherwise, which was
old sines the bank was organs.

The Increased surplus fund of the
owg National Bank Ins 15,000, while
undivided profits amount to $19,.

W The meeting of the stockholders of
toe Galnesille National Bank was al-
O heMld oa Tuesday, when the follow-
yo g o ffers were elected for the en.
I Wn turn, beoin the minan as have
IS, Mged the Instltution faithfully and
S Mllently sainoe Its oranisation:
T. W. Bands, president; Wm. R.
iM oe1ert, vio-president; Chas. A.
Shtoh. cashier. Directore-Wm.
I M. Ite0kert. Dr. M. H. DePass, Henry
Dkis, John P. Jackson, James L.
.MWM. Robert D. Crawford. W.
001ls, Chas. A. Paircioth.
At this meeting those present felt
fWy oueh enoouraned. otwithstand.
that the bank has been In busd.
i BaN less than six months, $4.000 was
$M" gd to the surplus account, and
I MW than $2.000 was left In the Un.
im divided profits account. It was de-
; eMed at this meeting not to pay any
4' divldeads, as the bank has only been
Sa b1alneus a few days over five
4 aM0ths, and the directors thought best
0t accmulate a surplus account be.
Gore they began aylni dividends.
SI all. the condition of the Galnes-
tUle National flank Is somethia8
Whlqh the stockholtdlras. offcera and
Sdictaors have a right to feel proud of.

The annuAl neiting of the stock-
holders and dlritors of the old and
teliable Ihluton Itaik was held in the
OffIe. of the bank Tuepdtay aid thote
pres wnt ere moet Jubilant o.-r the
eellient Onaiuall suce'na '.4 that In-
lehtulion st1u', the reorRasulton,.
when the litt.in llta hak iucct'edted II.
F. Dutton tA t. tlak.rr. *lx nostths
ago. While |uttin t'o ',r, always
regardld aS atnnsa thel sliu.ms atd aIl HiI
the rrsaiuilaation of th,,, Il(stltutktn,
under thU- lttiMNatiiutit 'if \V' I Thoin
as as pri'ili.et, lufuIild iitw ife ) ir
*CiTwy. Major Th lnali. I'HIIt a .1u0ng
man full u f l(r lanid a tI ort\ anl a

bian whomtow th-'-qv-. hiv imle-.rIq~
trust, iia~le iat mi*~tpIgtic Inum the '%% 1
ho aa*1nifI-t 11We ro little j~Itoo~lki
(fi t anagiletag the' Iik' 'I'It lt !oll Is IIhit .,
it autiltthat bWaIits"no .~~:t.. to glw

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Broom., second vlo*preeldent DI .
Turer, cashier. The directors are
H. ?. Dutton. J. G. Nichols, 0. K.
Broome, S. J. Thomas, C. Vj. Chase,
W. R. Thomas, J. A. Maultsby and W.
B. Taylor.
In all the condition of the banks In
vainesville does not demonstrate &by
signs of a Ananclal stringency. nor
do they prophecy any difficulty In this
direction. They are all prospering,
which shows not oAly to the excellent
business qtalitatlons of the various
managements* these Institutions, but
to tie general 'prosperous conditions
of the people of this sVction.

f-AILrlOAO ,A ,;J 6;OT,0.
W. Rates of S avn;ah Perhaps F.a
tally Wounc d ly Pistol Ball.
Savannah.ot. at., Jh. lt|.-- A. t
toes, e en ef aI,,t o ,rou 4) ;h#1 end to ,
tral of (, rgna trl': i l,. w .s a ;un'r-
ously .:Aot n .S :, v rr. ~r'e.., hlt.
phyW. u ha -t e fofal P.ers of ;s-
The (thor ag ,of 1.'r. !'. wa.w a-
elde:atal. li e trr! I. of L ;i .. at
an oery h ,ar. M11rs. iF'l, been
awake '.td e,..rn I t tn e >l ,ht by i
nol, e In th; h.,u.e asid t0e feared
there n'i.t be a burRlar at work.
Artisht. shae tac an r. o titl pis -
tol upon t '. ltab by h' r bo! but
Water fell aBleep. Upon the arrha!
of Mr. ibte,, phe awakened, hut press.
early fancied he heard the notse J-
peated. Calling to Mr. F.s:a 0 b
toWl him shei thought there might ;ie a
burglir In the houp and askeJ him
to take the platol and miake a se*ara*.
He reached for the pltol, and as Mrs.
Waters was handing.t to him It was
diJcharged. the bullet entering r.
Notes' right temple.
Mr. Bated came to vannah ken
years ago rom ()lumb:., (ia. His
boie was at Hapeville, sear Atlanta,
w-ere his father and mother reside.


Indigetlen Can Never be Cured by
Don't try to cure your stInoh
trouble by coaxing, fualsng. dletg
and mollycoddling. Make the
work. If It cannot take cars of
food you eat without complaitos A
as Satulenoe, Indlgestion, h
and the feelnl of utllnes or
make ts musaclee work by using
o-ma tomach tablets. *
The time to treat a disorder
weakened stomach is when you be'
gin to suslet that you have Indiges
lion, or the suaplekto will turn to
certainty very soon. The heartburn,
the latuleee,. the coated tongue and
heavy and dull foeMag after eating
that come osialoakaly after you eat
too much of assomething that does not
agre with you. can all be cured by'

Try a Socent boa of MI-o-na m'
J. W. Me(Colhmr A Co's. guarantee of
money back if It does not do all that
Is claimed for It.
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Barley, Et .


fh Mad Rush fT SBeats at an Enter.
talment eSlten Children Loue
Their Lives an0 4eeIs Are More
or Leau Seriously Injured.
Barneler, Englad, Jan. 14.--Nx-
teen children wwertrampled to death
ead forty others, several of whom can-
not live, were injured In a mad rush
%or better seats at an entertainment
gives In the puleo ball here Saturday
There was a eat rush to secure
Aidlttance to the entertainment, and
whbo the show opened every seat was
taken and the gallery was literally
packed with children, who filled t o
aisles and were dangerously mashed
against the lower railing.
With a view to relieving this crowd.
Ing In the gallery, the attendants de-
aided to transfer some of the children
to the body of the house, and some of
the ushers called ou:
"Wo e of you children come down
Immediately the rush started, and
withinn a few seconds hu oreds of clt-
dren were being trampled under foot.
aves thoe who hadV seats in the gal-
lery doubtless became panic-stricken
by the screaas and struggles of the
crowds fttghting to reach the staircase,
and joined In the stampede.
Strewn with Dead and Dying.
The scene was a terrible cne, tLe
cries of the Injured and roans of
the dying catiilng the greatest excite-
ment anlm.fg those gathered in the
body pf the hall. Polfee and ushers
rushed to the head cf the staircases,
which were literally strewn wi h dead
and dying, and by the most desperate
efforts managed to drag scores ef the
struggling children to the corridors
below. It was with the greatest diffl-
culty that a panic among the children
In the lower part of the house was
averted, all of these eventually being
taken to the street In safety.
Crushed Seyond recognition.
When the reserve pollee arrived they
found the narrow *tairway practically
blocked with b;dlifI. which were
crushed beyond recognition. Scores
of children were forced by the pres-
sure from the crowd behind them to
scramble over those that had fallen,
whether lvltg or dead, and many of
the injured eblldren were found later
tn be suffering from fractured bonee
and severe lacerations, caused by the
Indeserfbablh manner In which they
had been trampled upon.
Soon after the accident the ap-
prosabeo to the hall were prowd,.d with
sobbing wor4n. searching for tleir
milastang ehren.

IE. E. VYLr.

I. .OY E, .
----l*uresenU-a a number of prominent American and English ouopanle------
Real Estate and City Loans. :m: GAINESVILLE, FLA.

I f Yu Are Insured..

Iu a Company that is R'eponMible, Hare a Policy Correotly
PWratelu ith Libralitj of Policy Contrat and bthe Company i
Pays Loeses Promptly

You Are Assured !
Thai 1q serious los san overcome you without jon have some

SFire, Life, Accident and lealtb Insnuc. i
)V1 one bus P.eliable Compania Represented.

SInfonrmalon sheerftlly furnaished. GAIKNEVILLB. FLORIDA

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A Card
This ist to ertify that all druggists
are bethorsed to retfd your moSwyy iti fl l
iej Honey" and Tar alls to cure ...
os cough or eo)d. It stops the cough, EFFECTIVE FOVErMBER 0, .1907
|e~la the lunag and prevents serious 0
mla from a cold. ures ia grippe
and prvnts poeuam ia and LOeavte G0ie v'ille for Micnnopy, Fairfield and lo-
Ilk-mptio. Contact no opiate. Icall linxlt.s ,u1th ......... 0:30am
K gsmlnes is In a yellow package. t ******* '..... "030am
.AeM abe tuatee Ww. MCollum tturniig, arrive Gainesil. - ........ 4:25 p m

LIAave (;aiii'm-sille for Saiptaon City, P~alatka,
fWill Pts? Aubwon. Lalke' itV, Valdoit 8a11(1atll Jx)iflts North 6:
(*oI.umbuj (0%.. Jan. II.- T~e An Returninig. IUriO tGainesv -je . 9
burn baolp'ttUal fs in'-am W13 platy tt.-' .. .
team of the Ct~iaitbus Ymma m A *
11111119,11n n111. Ct nx. I .Cutler, Luw pi E. Barker, Traffic
pr-ay Algrit Tthe rlraity bchsv..n
Co~titbus artI V:.ur-nIs partleu!J.-y
koesnada~,J aei z~.J
Columbus has fuo: :Pet with tiefpc on
far tb~os asas n IlAst winter t.eFa*ho i
Auburn boo eifeated Tbe local team
rAZoO 1NTSIF.Nr jo uarantord to TVDAwPi1

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re Allison and Culberson Intro-
duce Currency Bills.
Washington, D. C., Jan. 14.-Con.
ia standing pat with a vengeance.
Ar It is doing nothing but introducing
ith, only a very few of which will
v**'r be reported by the committees.
After sne weeks of consultation
with the "Anancial interests" Senator
Aldrich Wat introduced an emergency
reUoy bill, but as the Republican
ades assure us that the panic is
pwv' and that business is resuming
Its normal course, this would seem to
be very much like locking the stable
4oor after the horse had been stolen.
OI the face of It, the Aldrich bill may
be of benefit when the next panic ar-
rtv', though the Interest rate of one-
half per -cent a month on the emerg-
eW currency Is certainly not high
emoegh to automatically retire it when
tlO emergency Is over. In fact,. If the
bill tI rushed through, as Intended, we
mar expect to see some of the $250.-
00),000 of currency provided for, Is-
sued at once, for even first-class busi-
nes notes are still begging for buy-
ers in New York at higher rates than
Uh bill provides, and there is little
money for speculation. There Is so
little confidence in Senator Aldrich.
although he is acknowledged to be the
most able and adroit member of the
majority, that his measure will be
loosely scanned for the "nigger in the
wood pile" that will favor the "finan-
cial interests." Without having had
time to analyse the Aldrich bill I am
inclined to the opinion that the low
Interest rate and the character of the
seouritles provided for are it's two
questionable features that demand
Q4reful consideration.
On the part of the Democrats. Sen-
ator Culberson Introduced a bill
amending the banking laws, so that
interest shall be paid on public de-
podits, which should recc ive favorable
consideration, but undoubtedly will be
opposed by the favored national
banks, and their Republican friends
il the Senate. Also another amend-
ment to require national banks to keep)
their own reserve instead of In the,
vaults of other national banks.
Senator Culberson also ittro hic-d
a bill to protect deposits in n:ttional
tanks by requiring all banks ho ac "
cept the provisions of the act to pay)
according to their corubinted rapltal
their proportion of deposits of inolv-
eat banss. Those banks who refuse
to accept the conditions of the art
are not to receive any Government
deposits. That bill is perhaps intend-
ed to cover the proposition of Mr
lryan that the Government guaran
tee deposits hin national bank hut
the Culberson bill expressly provides
that "the extent of the obli:latlin of o
the United State.s is to enf ,'e thIt
act." As there would le' a idi !+l i| ot.
Jectlon by the' trong bi nks it \mntiin
tartly become er'ty uror e.'.k1er iut o' )
it is1 n t ,eroh tbei., If th., lill wI f',
pajus. that etilou :tlh h1 nkv Is nI .11 .14 ,e t e
its provl ;oi -. a t a mI l'" it A mr'1r: t., I'
case of tpae1:it '. v. ii .ek li.> .1
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It Builds Them Up and Make
Them Strong and Bobust.
Rapid growth, oN rstludy. Insufficient
nourishment. co0 .Ale.ssctnc' after
children's disease, and run-down con-
ditions make children thin and dell-
cate and stops development
Because Vinol contains all the medi-
cinal, bone-tissue and body-building
elements of cod liver oil. actually
taken from fresh cods' livers, the use-
less oil eliminated and peptonate of
Iron added, it quickly restores robust
health and cl ren love it.
Mrs. C. W. Stump of Canton. Ohio.
writes: "I wish I could Induce every
mother who has a weak. sickly child
to try that delirious cod liver prepara-
tion. Vinol. as it restored health and
strength to our daughter after all else
had failed."
We have never sold a medicine In
our store equal to Vinol for delicate.
ailing children, weak old people, or
sickly women and children, and we
return money if it falls to benefit.--
W. M. Johnson. l)ruggist. Gainesville,

to compel the' stronger ones to pay
the depositors of Insolvent banks
would add to the strain and probably
lead to the, failure of those banks so
Senator t'ulberson's plan Is, how.
ever. far preferable to that of Mr.
liryan's, which would further entangle
the (k),veninent with" the banking
inte-.. ts atdi require a vast reserve
fund to meet the guarantee In time
of manle. Senator Culberson, as the

dently see's
of the )Wla:1
troduced lik
Mr. IBryan's
out pe-rhaps
bill m ill lie

leader of the Senate, ovi.
the impossible conditions
of Mr. Bryan and has In.
Sbillo s a proirst against
radical proppaliton, with.
any expectation that his
fat rably considered.


Wedding at Windseer.
Windter, Jan. 14.-Three weeks ago
Windsoer was s suddenly startled by the
sweet 'chiti,-s of wedding bells as Miss
NMargaret T',rode and Mr. Luclan
Nichols were united In marriage.
Again (m January 12th the bells peal-
ed forth nerril)y. and It becomes our
pleasure toe chronicle a pretty home
wedding. whin Mr John Torode.
fornmerlv of .I tichburg, Va.. led to the
altar itne of \VWiildmir's fairest nmaldeins.
Mie, I',,;,rl Shero,use daughter of Mr
atl r, .ehrr% t4her)user The pastor.
It ', M;Ia hepwon. S poke the mystle
aeirl:< wlhileh united their lives aN hbis
h.itl. 1 a11 1 ife. Mlots (l a Ornia nd,
it.lte.t h riele wadn lady of honor
'1 hi. 'is ~~4 w I iunv fi'tl n white' cash-
rhiertel I.gas .ni rri, ci
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Editor of Dunnellon Advocate's Ex.
cause for Issuing "Bum" Pap*.
We wish to apologile to the read.
era of The Adericate. for issuing it
"bum" papI r this N 'e'k.
When you hat Iheard our "'tale if
woe" you wMIl ier' with us this oner
time, we are sure'
The stork patI our home a visit
Wednesday night and left a fine little
baby gtrl-and to it II the truth ahont
the thing-we anli.-t forgot we had
a palpr.
We let all the printers off for a
day Thursday t> celebratet" and att
this late hour tl .' haven't returned
to work. And as thie editor ctn't stay
away from home long enough to write,
copy, let 'lone to ,t it up, we will
have to ask you to, forgive us our short
comingrs this we,,,k All of you that
uave a beautiful I 1leI lady-and our's
Is beautiful--will t.ar with ut, and
the others will l a~\. to. The editor
Is happy, and the other and baby are
doing well. i, .r.itulatlons are' i
order, and we anr,- ",iin to receive ti1' i
that have no alhi,.' tied to them. If
you wish to ti' ,ontitething to your
congratnlation inil' It a one dollar
Williamt. a hat tr a barrel of lour.e
any of those litthi things will doi
Dunnellon Advoc :t>' %


Switches from Fish to Otter Stories.
Good at Latter.
The Punta (;orthta lHerald tells at
remarkable stor\ ,if a man I'ing at.
tacked by an uttir. lie was a well.
known local stockman. W. L. Ko4n,
and had gonlie Itnt, i lta)yh4 to brting
out : stray cow % hei the aWimal made
a sudden, ferocltwiw attack onM him At
first he was onlyv amused but the'
otter was so perp'to'ent In Its attacks.
which It renewed iAt often as it was,
knocked over. th:tl he tHwcaine tired
land tried to kill It with his shlip
handle. Mr. Kin finally had to rail
to two comrades' for help and tone of
them ohot the otter dead Editor
Jordan vouches for the facts. "im-
probable as thiew may seent." WeV
simply pass the story up to our (con.
temporaries to match It. If tIhey can
Times Union.


Chambeflain's Cough Remedy Benefits
a City Councilmae at Kingston,
Mr. W. O itllly Yogarty, who is a
member of the city ,council at Kli K.
ton. Jamaica. We\',t Idtles, writes as
follows 'Oine hiIties of ('hamni',r.
lain's oughgh Iote'di)y iatd ge| i e'ffe't
on a counh Ithatl wi reItIi nle tr'i-
ble and I thlllik I ,tIili lie. iJe n le
more i|uil( ki' rell,'<,'d if I hIndl con
tinueed' the' r, !ite'ed Tl'hlit ItI 1s bliene
fl ial and qi t< ,k Iin re .il-h u ii 1I1 lwthero,
iit Ie dotil t oi tl iln ait ll r ,e llt, I', r .I.- ls,
all dr'tgK t.1

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Many a Florida Household Will
Find Them So.

To have the pains and aches of a
bad back removed; to be entirely fret,
from annoying, dangeroua urinary d1.
orders Is enough to make any kidney
sufferer grateful. To tell how this
great change can be brought, about
*-il prove comforting words to hun-
drtd of Florida readers.
A. Oerting, seaman, of 419 L. street.
i'Luisacola, Flat., tells how to do ILt He
says: "Prom mny experience with
Dmoa's Kidney Pills I can Atrongly
recommended them to anyone tl need
of a good mediciune for the kidneys.
Klduvy complhtint and backache
caused me suffering at intervals for
years. The first or seemed attack I
did not mind, but as time went by i
they grew wire and at times laid
me up. I. could hardly walk and it
was a dtifcult matter to straighten up
after stooping, while the kidney secre-
tions wero irregular and unnatural.
l)onn'* Kidney Pills cured me. From
lwrsonal experience I know that this
remedy can be depended upon to tul-
fill the representations made for It."
For sale by all dealers. P'rieo 5)
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co.. luffalo.
New York. sole agents for the rUnited
leniember tne natnm--tkoan's-and
take no other.


Pennsylvania Railroad Tunnels U'de'r
MA. hmattan Lompleted
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lho ,i Ia *t 'o .e'. illn theI 'lsi40 ) Oec,.nd
st ret'tl sit l i t hlii g IwO lt4t'1. h Of
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11 t1e4ll ct ep *I 0 '.1 0i4. tu ) gi'Ot t *tch 'l tht
tlrqiK>:ir the' %1e u, portur0' 'lih. '
Tl'hirt) thlr 'iI i 'i'rt Iute eah l ad eehM
blasted ene t; hroutl': Ih gh I*nt w 'ks
be'fo eI
Much work rtemslpen o lt e dokte in
theo tu nelim'ie nler (the Rast river, t.e)
lAng I ':4il (1'City )ards and 4p
How to Avoid Pneumonia.
You can avoid pneumabla and other
serious results from a cold by taking
Poley's Honey and Tar. It stops the
cough and expels the cold from the
system as It Is mildly laxative. Re-
fuse any but the gemilne In the yellow
|Iackage. J W McCollum & Co1.

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Fire Insurance .

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pvery T w Secretary Mie Ji bwar be-
Taft's 'sW s The Wall Street twe the t lRaft faction and
Wooi'* am aaseve.riA..: Journal, to.a question In regard to Paraker et ii I.iacbng a clmax
lt 5*1 __ ( Governsnmat nership of the mines whl* odudlcstes t4re may be a dou-
Ig AW... ^. iw s ,d Pbl'hbr., and raUroas. The Secretary's reply blo delegation to the Republican Na-
wa:. r tional Convention from Ohio. and per.
...... ..........c r. "Think what would happen if all haps New York another States. This
-". those vast powers which would should awaken Democrats everywhere
Tw-TT *s-et composr Toomae. go with Government ownership to the fact that. JAh such troubles
iI r Cai s c oi ta maoCL were put in the hands of a few Impending in the tnks of our friends
,albobeet,a. TBsLoummose men at Washington. Lord knows the enemy, there should be united ac-
the powers are sufficiently concen- tion. instead of .like disagreements. in
"P,put blisre heb v a er n .he fateyx treated there now." the party of the common people. The
to say part of theUnisttates, post This comes from the lips of a mem- one hopeful sign that makes it pos-
f tea r y .fIr ao i mA the; sIs. thre ber of President Roosevelt's cabinet sible for Democrats to agree Is that
*row a0s f Av ri we ketrkftly i who In President Roosevet's choice there is no disagreement upon essen-
_.!for the Republican nomination, and trial Democratic doctrines and policies.
ma inaloctailIoUMtolemsoac ati!e who is a flrm supporter of the Roose. All believe In tariffs form. All de-
Isetrtis. and ost afor each tditUoa volt policy of Federal regulation of sire to see the trust sOshm of their
0w r 1 k w he corporations. monopoly smd trust magnates punish-
M tDBut it is one thing to advocate an ed for conspirltg to restrict trade.
Increase in the Federal power to All acknowledge that the railroads
w e5w isas to.aight.-pg. forty- regulate, and another thing to advo- must be compelled to charge, reason-
eer* eMvey wy Monday n cate an increase in the Federal power able rates. Every Demootat sl op-
denatmiall the news of t
me sa saud gnrl, ad will ne to own. posed to building up the money power
Iranfe, to say r'rt of the Unitda It is highly important that we with asset currency at the expense
A for s.a y--t iadYtea should draw the line strictly, and of the people, or by unrighteous
a*oi Ug bills be.. dse ,,, while clothing the Federal Govern-. tariff taxation. No Democrat believes
alStidvr ml em ota.ken r ment with ample power over the in- Is subsidies for the shipping trust any
ins i no at ies sh kow. to as terstate commerce so as to prevent Anre than tariff subsidies for the
1H1qlisd 1 8ay P for advWitilg Isa&l the abuses of individualism, we Industrial trusts.
6 04 TUNTE DAUJ aRUN. should sternly oppose any Increase
',,i, __. in the Federal power that would re- SOCIETY SKIMPS IN CHICAGO.
CaU o hates to see anysuit it phe destruction of Individurt
i C aIkt with the buessaw liberty. We want to regulate compe- New York's Wild and Frenzled Expendi-
SS4 tari tbffa Utition, bit not to annihilate it. We ture Is Not Imitated.
th want to prevent private monopoly,
a but not by creating a Government Chicago has its swollen fortunes,
arclaeologist has dug up a new monopoly. We want to safeguard our- but fewer of them are in society than
of the New Testament-some- selves against evils of unrestricted In, one would Irpagine, says The Deline-
more for the theologians to fuss didual and corporate power, but we ator for January. It is to the credit
want also to safeguard ourselves of Chicago *omen that there is com-
Sagainst throwing upon the Govern- paratively little of the wild and
e President Is credited with hav ment reponsibllltles which we in. frenzied expenditure which prevails
eked a Joke the other hlay, but dividuain should carry for ourselves. Ih New York. Chicago women dress
oppose he took himself to serl- *u._. well--at tfen they dress gorgeously
-yet the are but few women in Chl-
It Is asnisinghowposoeoOcago who refuse to wear a ball-gown
I i atoolahing how poor some of T a. third tiWe. Gloves go to the cleaner
Pisperous looking stage favorites. Th Aldrich currency bll a far m and so do gowns, more than once or
whI (they strike the bankruptcy it provides for emergency currency, twice or thrice. Children are dressed
Scored by Rtate and ulcipal b In the simple fashion, and young
-- and drawing six per cent intere-t. Js rl plainest of frock
who *ant to take advantage a wise provision against future panics girls wough the material, and cut are beoks,
leap year privilege should not .but the interest rate should be seven ond all cavil. t is undoubtedly true
wp on the Aln as long as he per cent bo a to force the retirethat in Chicago women dress far more
actually raun. sent f such currency at the earlet corecly than men.
al rn_________ time possible. As Senator Aldrich Iso
e quest "What I a Demo- known to represent the R.keteller It Is all but the exception, striking
L is sot bothering the Mlchtgan Vnd corporation Interests, It will be out the box parties and a few orches-
t tLshalfas "much as the more well for Congress. at least the Demo- tra rows, to see a man in full dress
ne, Wh)ae al a usag&e? r eratic members, to closely scrutinize at a theater.- The business suit seems
on, ,'Wa s ? ,the wording of the proposed law for comfortable enough, nid he wears it.
Sf Rev. Dr. MacArthur of New hIdden advantages to what In known
keeps on. no doubt he r111 dl- as the money mpowr. The provision Why
tU t George Washington was to further Inflate the National bank Should your baby uffer? When he
looked In the village pillory for currency by allowlIng banks to deposit to fretful and restless, don't expert-
~ Wife.ecurities other than United States meant on him and use any old thing
his bonds, to a mischievous plan that puts our neighbor recommends. Duy a
two dollars too much" which every bank at the mercy of the S e title of WAhite's Crea Vermituge,
paM for something the other day retary of the Treasurer, who must greatest known worm medicine and
yua are not an ad. reader pass upon the securities offered. cure for children's diseases. It is mild
t just as well have been used There is no need of further Inflation of tI Its action, builds up, the system,
Eight your eigar. the currency by arttfical means, for ae thint, puny babies fat Mr% J.
_ the Increased output of gold and the C. Smith. Tampa. Fla., writes: "My
-Eo Guld of Massachusetts declln- constant increase In the number of buby was thin and sickly, could not
tthad the dinner given in honor banks of itself has inflated the cur. retain Its food -and cried all night
Monetary Taft. It Is evident that rency fifty per cent in the past few I used one bottle of White's Cream
rernor Is nt yet reay to climb years and I ont of the causes of Vermifuge and ina few days baby was
any political )andwagon. "bxnm" and hilgher prices that led to laughing, happy and well." Sold by
the panic. W. W. Johnson.
*Imes a big ad of a -tore ,* io . -... L IV-
onataurtagd,. or a stonvlne. i There is a g)rowlinltg in the Ri*publ--l -9 *
tat it is really nut "adequate ad- I a tnamp in ollis over th,' spoils, of
eeg, but a small ad of a big omce that may product* i^.ntocratlc
Ifi take warning atid et toge-thor, ''
S --- that. Ilk" (.- .e.publlcan.e.. .the. a '.. tv.l. l t',d d'e wi h
s the bank reports rc,, in ev-. something to flaiht fer. -. da,; I t. i ab..t
I ih' r r e t o,,'d hoti : O a Im trveeda
M accumulate. that the chief part ge,.. .: i me ..'-i.. ". ,.
at the 'ountry's imo,)y is tb.ltu January L:.th ill te "rt kitllIinK' a -u --. .u to*, M> N. tA r.atRh.Mms.
ed In the bunks we"t nf the. dsy In 'en'sae"ola A irise of $15 itn
AItaehanies This ise'ms to u to. be cash will b*' awarded to the cirltln of tes? < or "
.ath.r discreditabl,' h)nuiil's (n tli.ir l**'nracla who 'atrthe the most rtat. U Theow
gait. tw'twee.n now and thnt dat'. The .. .'-
-and lmout suicfesful will re e,'i a
S"Rough kider itouted in lOkihhonan cash prlle of $10. C.MS.a. I1-TY
i the startling headlitm, ii an aiil -
.taInlastratlu io i 'r We always lade rou.t y will h.i'e hr regular 'uf j
A ld the result ahe'n the Rough annual fair thil > ar Thi ti v SiMer went into i.oltlte. "ut as kng have doalted ',rItatutis lhlrnlly. 1 ." -... ., .s ,s
M the oimcIal tp1, hol dis out thry willI M ..i t *. ., -

@WU~i declarethat the' rrl'rveidtt is. thet S.R s cu Ow114, 1IT) ior Totuto, o."~.:.'S(1L (V
Ii Ug I aVAL I MN~AL SALL 1; 4914V M $8OU
F rank J. ('hrv,*)` awakcs oath that
Tb. ltepublt'iAah It'entral othrie hodIs seniyA or.' r1erof the f~asIrIIthe P
oftofew(uwi pAt ilt againstt aTardcit~y of Tolodo. fouatity aISl I tAtitafore-
prousihm If hv %tte aoitin T ar mld. andithat "Iad firM ItulkI ~v tht uh
at the *efimalisrh..1 0 vlittitme.t hdmi I*m oil of Un.hlatrs'4 DMlAr. for veac
Is"Wae %alt ir't cintttheir h~
off and ift he'%i vie'for IVon '04,vrY case 41? (atari-bthat talmm
be cured by thto n~w of all l'sOtar-rh wo d" b
Awk,-r &&d l'ak &ilr%'tsvb&,Ito ftmia KA JC~\C
bI- sooI toleWon, w-4. Atid bsw.&. a-el aw a jb w011101
Irv-siber.A ~ g1A 4Y%.s my a4r A W t i'sIXh 'a )..f1 Uh b m iIs

11e0,e1*.r t Ia I I o ersaItisIIt -at ''i. ontMe
Pat ifl, t I pot abitt h laIt iyswa" IsIt I
Aw~Ala. i.a .Arw- wi iae4e1tit i abstauee'.
btt tat it.. Ja14u~ al Ci Ir to t)hie.
L'i~ia.' A'a I ,Tliat istMe difet'-
06OQ' 4 1%..coe ta. % 'pseopl. The
Jat~aaa-.t'.:Iit the AmerUtNis
waste hIt toihw atoar% f the ais &&Ad
Obt Apababo-tkpr .ad"a~.

Iscal) N.-Awy I'tbhic
liall's t'Atarvb Cure is tak. a itntera
alsaib'.65abts dtr'eIie. athe 1t'iok arnd
saow-outsuitm-0 at the 8)s~ tout S*ld
!tarn wte~ts~oais mfrvw
so~m by all ldnuwatseta
Tk lHake rs. Aauily Ihils for -jvt

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Two Elegant Trains Daily:


Modern Pullman Equipment

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tbemmomasWag = r MIL -:*j4,
without mutshse, sad m able te pubm 0 m apu
dedal d liHtUlabor aseM tiesm"
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Public schools have e. bet o the body NECK s t,
o.itet the body o, th% .wr k~evau,
manual training depart. prxitcing instant death. 1h1 ie ngro
(' cd( d, b,,t was captureat lr. Sti tch,et., Are All Rheumatic Afl'c.
escaped, but was captured ;it :o iotira i
later by the police of lel:' t I tons of Muscles-Bathe with Hot
ought a loeand will build is supposed that the nesto still hld a Water and Rub Vigorously with the
-t a'igr ti dge( against the otl'er on a,' ouit
Mblo of %--esbur- have orf .Iii, words that had i i ,* be-II IPT
&elm$s of l esburZ have or- tween .wni some ANolSth PTI

club to,*retect themselves

Ir brlte of the Florida
SVetoi have decided to
annual reunion in Tampa
r1th. ',

elloyes of the Pensacola
p ay threaten to strike
Sales an agreement Is
twe them and the com-

er Hugon. for the past
U'astor of the Roman
chOrch of Tallahassee. has
jo jetarn to his native coun-

story of the Fernandina port
Dipping during the year just
rivals all previous records
aw an increase of more than
over the previous year.

Saturday afternoon while the cotm-
mililon men were visiting tlMe osrtic
farm in Jacktsonville the lurge, lion
named Marcus got out of his case
and out into the opetiihng t \here the
thousands of visitors wer'. The
quick and active work of the trainers
and attendants soon had th,' animal
back in his cage, ho',t"er, without
any damage having be,'n donm. After
the excitement the \i~ltor.- realized
that they had witnessed a rare |er-
formance. and one t hl'h li ia not
a part of the regular program

Rather a unique (ct-,- \%;ia before
the city court this morm'ng, the Klks
Club being arrested- uSml r the pro-
visluns of the occupiattion tax ordil-
nance. Mr. A. N.M i l r appeared
for the club,. ipleadd di:It.\ to the
charge of not ha iln ig ;uld tine' llcense, ,

atind this case was d( lli ,ild of am all
Platt of Kissimmee wae others. The ro:.ts of tihe court were
from his horse and killed. iiimpo.ed on promise hiat the license
s riding the horse without a wouml, be secured without delay. A
d was unable to control the painter charged w ilh \ ,l:tilng the
when It became frighten',d. ordinance as like' .,* ;:i.-.Ass cd the
costs of the court and Ip-rimittld to
ampa Times has been fighting go under sus|enoiielti -,it.nce. with
Iels post, but the Tampia Chain- the, tun(dt'rtatnldiii tl :at tI paiy the
commerce has passed a resoi-. lic,,n.e at oi('c.- St Au.gitlnite lee-
oring the adoption of the plan ord.
1Il parcels pest as recomminnd-. -.--
Postmaster-General Meyer. Chamberlain's Cough Remredy a Safe
pump has beennstalled at Medicine for Children.
r pump ha been Installed at I buying a cogh ni-dllne for chil-
kwater works pumping station dren, never be afraid to buy Chamber.
sOaville. The pump is an Im- lain's Cough Remedy. There is no
ae, its capacity being 8,000.000 danger from It, and rdelef Is always
per day, and forces the water sure to follow. It Is Intended espe.
the city mains at a pressure ailly for coughs, crlds, croup and
to ninety pounds to the square whooping cough, and there is no better
medicine In the world for these die.
Young Men's Christian Asso eases. It is not only a certain cure for
of Tampa have already accept. cruup, but, when given rs Noon as the
plavta and specifications for croup cough appears, will prevent the
ow Buildlnt, and the contract! attack. Whooping cough is not danger.
construction o( the new home ous when this remedy Is given as dl-
given In a few days. The reacted. It contains no opium or other
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And ~ a p#(umiiueof wakrm bowl.nb)
of es Wd ilifwham
anl amsfllAnlipilidg,8ah~n

FUT SU'..'Lr.T IN HC .

Despenclent, Auquitta Mtn Attenvrs to
End His Life.
Auf*#,t.r. jan. 14 V' rt W.
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Lo01.81 Op!C Law Likely To Bseca
tinued In South CAP-6lra.
('cs!uiib'.Ua, C... Jan. 14'- a ~'1
C .0! 11... .",'j!% of .-' -' h C(A:*
Pilimn tin a T uic."a'0'r y a VA *

V.0~ -b' 'n' it a III fi~l 1e.''
br'rs of tVin ;.ona'riil mR~na bly sa'sItl
lend oneO to b#Ilove U~At tso ('arey
Cothranl law. which permit Pc5.s (v -in.

About bl f t th butaalueswtt" nofl ~nM19 R3IW!!1kil A 0"1MV
tile V~1 apte cfFulton, 1ltIch.. Waas de.'The *. 11W,. 3#ua'Atee and hiliijbteeIeeof
NJ. I &Ma1rwooW loesi Isut Alsohvus oojjty.
stropsd lit, re, RuppodeiOUy of Ince-~i'ots.ai- aw) l 'metq%" ain* vhe~omo.
diay otri. ra, oie i 0z~n~k!,j rvrboll ",V Vubla'tll ordemmoo 4 as1Ifn'4I he
diaryorh'1. Th iii.is crtlum'uJ ~ ot~i J. Hrry.e, ~.%or. are h.erehy
at 35),OC. ~ttls'qI 01461'.~ thAS1e tlaw O 19~.le411fl.
Th- of pv'~ ttall ipoitical io s '~eame Is is etw Imed

t~~~~- I'I- w Ix t clr may jlw,ho A~ml liltrtr~Ixkt %b .1 SC seutit if.J. Bariry,
a 1r,1% tn .' a-ml otior l.?lthi-
.l ... I N0.TWiE (IF AP-1bJOA730N FtIM TAX1
~.41". 1. A %V 14 01" MOW&.
I *. ~:.~ ~ Nukle 14 hrie'iy ulv'0Se-oab U 3L Story
in V* 0 C I. W T:, 1. LM 4th do v "it Jttllv. A 1) 14149, Los ld
kiskist ecriltfleaIla iv i s~~,AN his a4
Iii'.~~ SI)V'.I ~. ,qIkastitm 1W 4-41 St. If iue In alSoore
V 1 (1C.% .foIloWIs tW 4IVWVtl p 81691)A~baSOb w
:r. :',,i; v 1 .1 it I dn %#, Gbulk kotasin l sy. thw heels.
~r. 'a I It Allil Wool I" m~street, WMadmow
1 (.1*~i tl''.:>); io I MT/The ask) land hemIVas.om,-Iteat t4, date a
iit~t ~ Th e wImat-e 4,11 bsukb eetta11 'alslate III kud namel
_IyII~t 41%# 4tIn Of Mrs. 0. it VSles.
t~litales mtkl e.riliicICatibaflbe resttsemed st
('I 0(I .~I t I~ 'l'it .,&a~ is Ii r *'lom its low. taxCOwed *Oal I a'iastho'rea an
1.1 r eil. ise i% day titii *uary. it. r. I tp
W Iseatonuy 401Aitel 'lsnaluro and Wall Ibis
a'it an11 irto h"'t."o ftl&4-11 n hbo WItnidayr of lUet muf A.' EXA,11914i.
b'.5lt le'1. t ait- t V11-1, sta lt '? ( V'4'Clrk('realC a. wIII W1 NO P,
psr teAl.I avsLicu t).fU
pdi Clerk ChIrt at lort Altsobu' Vo_. lkle
tit t Iltbe : p\ 4 atklars'it plainlan I .- -
C Y I !.kN, luribiiei jimpror A9011 i County AstrdctCoo
r. t' ui flitq onthi' tilp from Imti~rl
SIo 11cr" Perri M. Vlots. .1"vsi. J.W ItthMie stgVi~ew
Revc~Ile'4 ',\' 1110 "rs11tmoon of 0:10j Prom,; 3 'O 014, kS~.ua
tit t 1: 1e' 1.s u 1"(%: h('Ita ~ 411 tf p I (AlNK01t,ltI Vi.'.A.
Trifler" i'itii\ I .~ Iatt~l", *Wil11 n We doan eam .a lvalAbstet r iaritbe
(II jilt .11 tllsflll it fl.'Ii ar *,* 'm(it .q. *softwith WOW" iestottUImptIME ftji
I.e %hVIT k 1140 i ~s'.rn buried (%'. 11 A fltuatIet. comacerulafthe Flu. .
tvca'h. I. Fair 1It411m~s oiart iist!.- r I y mad all lands, ilubachua coeaty.
re I c'tc jo I ith Vbe iriz'aof., itt.4i t h AM31boemilsmes ureasimmted prmptir.
wli', j)' va p a itt WA t!'
AtC 'i 4 1 .' V I,. .ei 6 '9 ci ti a (111

I I to :~ I, I !', GainesVille Presing Club
tl~m i 'i. o IrA \I.CI. :.,% F a A M T KHt.1 N. eejt le treus

I-r' tet a I'li c iiII a i 'iaa7Ouk Avis. Ihonu 4m).
A 10t 0 f`4A.'bia, tAku. t. a cure bto
drod tj..Ub'4. Ladles' and COunta' Clothing and
Hato Cleaned and Pressed, and
For Over Slitty Years Dreeeemak Ing Done on Short
Will. Wiiiglow' SoulioohigSMtyrup IiAaS Not lokl. Satisfaction
beltai umud fur children's I iI liiO .
soothea thee t-ild, .otte'nmti it,,e' mxl~,
ailays all 1111111. sekrtm %11141 4-411 It. iAll g SIPICIAL MONTHLY RbTSIzI
Is the bobt re-umaly for diArrtt.*svi


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Chas. Burnette & Co.

cog DOI7 a

Is to bWfive stories high and narmrul drugs, anad may be given as ty to say wheiter or not it shall t.ao-D
t about $60,000. confidently to a baby as to an adult dispensary or no arspenay. still n t
For sale by all drugglsts. be materlaPy altered.
Holmes, a truck grower re. While it !u.ay u' ame.,4 in Iunsl'i.
a few miles west of Sanford,. o t:O I n Pc-- 'M. portant ayrs'. tIl t Is, q(ustP*'i J'ly V I
Experimenting recently with M.r1t.a ". 1 r. Ir a a local ebararc~rr In thtC vurl use ,, A
Itlion paper to take the place F t '" '... -ro*',. tlt, It i almost eni tiln t'M a t,.ea
heavy boards used for bleaching of !' .- 1 g ,. vervltg the sale of lH:,,or aiR'9
and It has proven a decided t,,n so be claims. The paper will Jus '. t z., I', n Italeration. Par
ghter than the boards and less I Mr. ' iti under- I rwida peisial Ry .e ...
live. | "tooid *ha '" ,". I' iIg t t Bad Stemach Trouble Cured. Conarel. ..y....
f.r rr,!fi' ' :,. ., I ,';".ar Havig been sick for the' paat two il rhokdao Ry
directors of the First National, rthe i t" v'e w. .'wHarta b" sick for t put two I kdale Rye ......
of Quincy ave accepted e t ha .-te yaiJ with a bad eamach trouble, aI
o Quincy have accepted the o, rd ..do o o nan: Pto aul Jones Rye .
submitted for their handsome the popula"'!,n i t Stomah md igr Tablea l of Mary.la(d Itye
ak building and have appoint. I I. l did a nm La rb Tad t sat 1I Paul J of MarOld y lakerd ,
mding committee,, with Instrtc Carrie Nation bout bottle o these and tlare u Paul.ton "Oly r"
Sobtainl bids .o that work on bo t a ol of them and ae used insm fly"
Sbuilding may begin sith th.* Certainly smanh.d a hole in the twelve boutt I all. Today I am wen On l (UIbsn 1t
build may begin with th bar-rooms of Kan-a', but Ballard's of a bad stnman .-MUrs John Low,
Ible delay. It hre.-tor) bi k itorehound Syruj, has smashed all ee. Cooper. Maine. These taillts are for Malt Whkey
bl modr thr-storords as a cure for coughs. broalebits, sale by ill drugWist. -
rble building. Influensa and all pulmonary dIe Corn Whiskey.
S' ,T C. H.-- lortton. Kansas. writer: The Osek wserd '-a. Old O()orstsga C(rn
verdict for $10,000 damages in :,1 have eer fa und medlctl that Theore In l ,s t .:. .ta. 'a I r, Mark 1ousty NC C( n ('ll
of Mias Ethel Crosby again.'t ,e a r ia kly a etemst it than r9.m iw Mir' Tia".' N nher
latle Gaast IUne Railrroad Com- would cure a rough m quickly o ls. tll I ,a f g') t 'i* t, T e. IP i N c "li, or"n
lard's ilorehound 14)rupl I have a ia4 wI V ho l. w Ibithat t t.r 1 w f r ,r # la w 1I Mvs ntan ('urn
was returned In the circuit court lard t Luew It tst L g e tcut or th 'OW PIM Wntal n orn
rion county last Saturday The it for yearr" Aold by W. M. Jobe sm Iaaulattio0 ar' siIe, 14 r,.l sh th t GooM w 1and4 10 per reslt C(1rn
of th. silt occurred at Juliette, r. y Ar A- elittt. at -*. a, ,,o n.r, .-* a t 12 a,. i' IIta
os. twenty mile. southwest of 1 .. tn' is a n u5 o, 1. ui t. **e f l tue p.1n
about five years ago. The ". ,. -. "" 'a n' s ',gsl I7 I'#IfG. t. I lnu r.! tely otr he.r
lady, who was then only a .. ,,. f rer fla: sTN.*ar i,1 child. had her foot mashed he f..;. ob.er ,",rP- rIlshe., *' the rtj. Boe lle raod Olu I
a paseeMger car and a freightVti411 '.. Thls I '., :a ,' h,.If I- *. JI mnt*her l ares lreleid Pr
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It. Ocar Galtling of the Tw"-
company of coast artillery was
P'rd at rort rtarrancraN latuday
aD about I o'ctok by Jamees
oenmred. tbe latter firlng four

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1t" Usi."'.. I' #f''V-e., 1.111r 4 g*.9'old Kentucky fR
of Va. I-9. t-r .s+-4 f.' pto.& Im or rat. Old MMOTOgrM

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r"e r.. leT.v*' a Ii:trnf Owlmdltai!
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1A rrluere ee.vagbo art-' 4-% -gerous s.
lipey frweqwmtiy da'veeirp sIn p -
MnaMM Foloy's Hemwyyea I Ur wan
mirab" teethe rn.,gh bw bhml. ca
.:roo-s'alheesothe fame. so 9) 51 owsown
fris reniselus ed 6h fSavo1 TWO gum'
it&. FOblrO H014WTv sad i(OF aSCAU
me haatsl drugs *s4 is thi s ye#Wv

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Ocil 4 qte. Ilqts.
I1. 0 Monogmrm Rye . .... .930 09 .00
In) The leader, Pure Hye.... 360 0.00
3 .0 (Old Crow IHye .... 3 10.00
3 04 Maminaram fyt. .R . . 1.7 10.00
3 60 private Stak Rye ...... 4 20 10.40
3 5o WIlson Whiskey .. ... 4.40 13.00
4 .o lielle of Maryland .. ... 4 40 12 00
o600 I ul Joi',s. orur Mtar.... 440 11.00
230 iielga trn( l1t ......... 440 1300
Old O(ear Pepper I'Mrubm 4 40 11.00
Jam K .'ppr lhwarbfl ... 4.30 11.00
I '" (Casiadt4 (Ia b ... .. 4.40 11300
'50 ML Verni Rye .... ... 500 1400
'le) ewar's Spwcial Uesc ': ', Kieg WiHts Weetb 7.00 l 110
3 INfy's Malt Whleby. 4 00 10*
(- mada Mah .......... 1.71 10.00
l; e 'v Tom Ulm ....... 11 10*
(k*o sagnA" Dry Osa. 1.116 1040
3 M llotelam WOa .... 430 11.00
i MP*imth Oti ........... .76 10*40
0a1. l(l aee 0 0Co s... MS 17.10
IS W, spwerlor lateubery ... 00 7.00
300 Od14 Appte bray. .. 1.71 10,00
8 A O PI'sach Irm y j........ I. 10.00
3 't a,.4 IL Cn t1 m ....... 44 1J S0
'. I!loum Uset s amek Ram 4 .'., 1 I00)
6 flo0 Phbse . .... .. 4 31 1100
14 A0 wk ad Rye ........... 300 7.00
1 I M B- 3a1 .y. p. 320 1A

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By A'o W. BLAM IN-bS h

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It is becoming mM @vIdest if
day that some ma '1 I 1haf to 9 be
used extentvely to 0 ~"ll res-."
or aoldity, In l ltWs lt' JuAt what
this material mld be ei not etirely
clear aIn mlan of s who aem omw
eard.L Qh"tUM4 hydrattd unM., -
slckew me, and woow aMhe, have ala
be usmd, ad have proved *ote;
though they are not equally e*etive,
,pun4 for pound. fiely ground UMi.
store, marl, Nd bas o sag- some-
time a led Thomas slag, or slag phos-
phate-have also been used to a limit,
ed extent.

VWants All
To 'Know-

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Florida Ngroee Seeking to Capture
tate Republican Convention.
.lanlsed movement among the repub-
Jacksonvillle, FP., Jan 13-An o01
lican negroes In this sfate for J. B.
Foraker for president has Just come
i- *l llh I# 1 ..n, e .a *nt thdimm-

tW UlI. t It W I Ithe purpose v
laterested In the movement to capture
the state republican convention which
will be held In St. August(ne Feb. 6,
despite' the earnest efforts of the of
ficehohlug republicans, who asr
working for Taft.
A telegram received here from Fer.
nandloa announced that the county
will send a solid Poraker delegation
to the state eonventlo. they having
defeated the offloeholdere of the party
in the primary meetings to select del4
gates to the county convention, whilc'
will be held In Fernandina, Feb. 22.
The fight between the two factions
of the party isa being waged with geal
visor in every county in the state.

The different forms ot lime have gess what you at takes the
long been employed as eorrectives of strain of of the heart, and oontrib* COTTON PLANTERS TO MEET.
"sour" soils. They are, however, un- tee nourishment, strength and
pleasant to handle, and they may, health to every organ of the body. Sea Island Growers Will Gather at
under some alrcumetanoe, auense In. For Indlgeeti Dyspepola, Sour Valdeosta Jan. 14.
Jury to the soil f to the crop. Stmashi Inflammation of the mu- Valdosta, Ga., Jan. 13.-Hon. Har.
Causticl Uime, or quick time., espe soismembraneaolining the Stomach vie Jordan, president of the Sea Is-
claly, may cause an undue liberation and Digat Tract, Nervous Dys- land Cotton association, has called
of plant food, and a too rapid burning pepes andCatarrh of tStmach. a meeting of the association In this
out of the humus. If applied near the city for Januiary 14 and 15.
time when the seed is sows, or ifter CONF1OMS TO NATIONAL The meeting is a very Important
the plants are up. there Is also a poe. UU FOD AND U LAW one, and a full attendance of members
sibility that Injury may be done to is ursed. All farmers' organizations,
these. If this frm of lame is used, bulsneso men, boards of trade and bus.
it should be thoroughly worked into ts Wlt Iness mens' asociatlons are also oois
the soft some weks, or even months., |l i dially invlttd to attend the meeting.
before the crop is planted. veO mt | hIt isu r lIt d that the matters t
Hydrated or waterelacked lime is be dscus'wd will be a better finan
not so likely to caUse Injury as quick. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIST. clal arrangement for the protection ol
lime, and if the proper amount of the cotton crop the amount of acre
age to be planted this season, and
water has been added, It is not so -n. $5 to $7, making the cost of the lime- other matter of vital Interest to the
pleasant to handle. Beventy-fior which as stated above would be equi- cotton interests. Application has
pounds of this would be equivalent valent to half a ton of finely ground been made for reduced rates on the
to fifty-six pound of quicklime. limetone-$8 to $12. In Illinois the certificate plan.
Alr-slacked Mme Is less cauatio than pries of ground limestone In carload
either of the other two forms, and on lots, on board the cars, varies from I nge
this account would be safer to use. It 50s to $1 per ton, according to the An insidious Danger.
la formed by leaving qlicklime exs. fneess. Certainly It should not cost One of the worst features of
posed to the air, and is a mixture of more than double that amount in Flor. kidney trouble is that It is an Insld-
clctum hydrate (hydrated lime) and 14. Ios disease and before the victim
calcium carbonate. When quicklime Basic slag, or Thomas slag, ja a by- relies his danger he may have a
is exposed to the air for a qlag time. product to the manufacture of steel fatal malady. Take Foley's Kidney
so that It becomes thoroughly air, from piglron containing phosphorus. Cure at the first sign of trouble, as it
slacked, It attains the omre compoiol It oontalni from 15 to 20 pet cent. of corrects Irregularities and prevents
tion as limestone; In which 100 poudas pboqpborlo acid and a large quantity liright's disease and diabetes. J. W.
would be equivalent to 100 pounds of of free lime, as well as some iron, McCollum & Co.
ground limestone, or to fg pounds of magnesla. etc. If It Is desired to *up-
quicklime. ply the soil with phosphoric acid,. in EXPRESS CLERK BADLY CUTr.
Limestone and Marl. addition to correcting the acidity, this
Finely ground limestone is a more material would be well adapted for Negro Was Pursued and W8s Bad'y,
desirable ninatrlal for correcting soil the purpose, if it can be had at a reas. Beaten by Citiw rs.
acidity than any of the forms of lime enable price| but if correcting acidity Coumubus. I ;a., Jan. ;' At i'
me.tioned above. It is elretlve, and I the only object in view, basic slag land, ( ,;; i n .: n,. i.,:,
Io d above. It lit o and wouldl ,W tolllloe. lI;.,l l. \, i>) l t'% % I. I { ,iIll (
do.s not havoe thie objctionable fa would h too ex ,e1ve. r .ice th. ,,, I arttackid >
turn- which o(hor forms have; that Is. Amounts to Use. It u,,).. i,,' owl i r>,,"a t i>) ,0%.
It Il iuN t l iiiiill'iaantl to handle'. aid In most caseP where a correctlv. for .1 i,.t ? (r i> ( llt s! m.t. ..,i
Ir .ii!., l viiin t.: c or lhur iin (ff ct.'l ". elnr" soil I Ns i l 'dl4ed, It will be ,af,' 'A I. "., 1 , ,., ,, ....
in fMi t. thi-re c Ve, r 4 .!pIpl.liii;: teNe much. It does nolt, s ir Mlacrked linme, or from two to six I i ., i i / <
hi ,-,i r hit, i li.- \.il 'i e4 l l, kl ie l i, l iinde li'ing a f. If llnli 'tih It li'd it 11(y `h. iltI, 11 .I l: . uI, II t 1may I ,

ss""| 11 1 'Aimore' 1114 t e'.-*'l" m. .i 1",r1..1 | ,( i I1,, Ih1. 1 oll 1 .4 i |tti a v 4 L :, ; I.ti. .
lh i l l. 1 ;i | ,I 1 ,1 t.1, 1,,,I .I 1l.. o. r n r, 1, I r p a t im ,| I rti1t a nhl t 1 1 1 th
'ar ... ,' 1 i ' '1 it ii,,. ,,t 'r Itut lie l l '' i11 li ite inm il te' 1ii I I 'a 1 r I ;( ' '
, i .i t I h ., .I f I ,l t .1 Is I (,,.e i e r . '-re- 11 ,',,4 g ei t i ,, ,,. he, a 'la ,.. + 1' r
Ii p' a'.* '. I 1 e 'Ih, t ,, ilie*' A S IITh S nI(A l,- |l i-t s 'I1 :1% 'I' ,..,'' '.; 'o

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tIl.. ,.t.,i, tlS.i, eI '+ L -11.. l it it 'tla a I ,st romru in' At art.
..... U "U1* it ,* 'tlt.Irh for rh .atl .et sti
I r i N. It a1< o:o hardir for rhrumattm, %tiff

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The Joy
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Spws-isiAnnute'euemeni Reg~arding thue
Natiecasal Fure Food and Dr.l Law.

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for Dyspepsia.

4 bottles Crystaised Rook and
FINE BLENDED WHISKIES Rye or Peach and Honey.... 3.
Lewis' 64. 4 quarts............$ 5.00 BULK WHISKIES.
Hunter. 4 quarts .............. 5.00
Harper. 4 quarts................. 5.00 Jug Orders.
Echo Springs, 4 quarts......... 5.00 Sunny Brook. 9 years old.....$ 5
Uascade Tennessee, 4 quarts.... 5.00 Gibson Pure Rye .............. 4.
IBlum's Monogram, 4 qta. blend Lewis' 66, Blend .............4
or Blum's Monogram, bottled Ble .............
In bond, 4 quarts........... 4.20 White Mills Bourbon .......... 3
12 quarts Monogram ........... 12.00 Indian Hill, 100 proof......... 52
Itlum's Sylvan Glen, 4 qiuarts... 3.20 Land of Flowers, Blend........ 3.
Ilium's Sylvan Glen, 6 quarts... 4.60 Green Briar Tennessee........ ."^1
Ilium's Sylvan Glen. 12 quarts... 96 .0McGuf les Malt ................ 9
Sheridan Club. 4 quarts ....... 2.7 Canadian White Rye............ 2
Sheridan Club. 6 quart .....,. 400 Fleetwood Rye ................ #

Send for Price List!


All of Our Goods Sold Under Our Personal Guarantee

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Agents for Pabst Blue Ribbon Bottled Beer.
Jung's Cincinnati Beer.
Lewis' 66, Sunny Biook,
Moncrief Springs Whiskey.

-Will Ship You--
4 quarts Sunny Brook..........$5.00 Sheridan Club, 12 quarts.......$ 84
12 quarts Sunny Brook........ 13.00 Pure North Carolina White Corn 3J
(Bottled In Bond.) Black and Blue Corn, 4 quarts.. 31
4 quarts Mellwood............ 4.50 Harvest Corn, 4 quarts........ 3.1
12 quarts Mellwood............ 13.00 Laurel Valley Corn, 4 quarts... 3.1
(Bottled in Bond.) -
8 4 quarts OGukenhelmer........ 5.00 1 Imported Scotch Whiskies, Brandle
12 quarts Guckenheimer........ 12.75 Gins Port and Sheries delivered ini
(Government Bottling.) botes, an follows:
4 quarts Moncrief Springs.... 4.00 4 bottles Club Blend Sootch
12 quarts Moncrief Springs.. .. 11.00 Whiskey delivered for....... 50
; (Also Bottled In Bond.) 4 bottles Moraille Freres 3 Stars
4 Fives Old Crow............ 5.00 Cognac .............. jD. 6.0
4 Fives Hermitage ........... 5.00 4 bottles of Don Carlos S ei7.. 4.0
Both Old Goods and Bottled In Bond. 4 bottles Nierport Port........ 44
B Remember, all above Whiskies are 4 bottles Hill & Underwood Dry
Botied in Bond under Government's or Tom Gin ............... 4
supervision. 4 bottles Sir Robert BomrneUtt... 50


Handling of the Above Is Our Specialt.
We nare I.wavy n ivel~r..from ;ouir section, andI

Wc gvt thc Iric., mid tai~ks' retuirnisdaily.
SO-14 in'! I u I'r i l~hlhland we 'will If(orwa~rd rubber
.iilnhpjand kevj \I*Ias'I\ie l tI~tO Ihadkot cml'litiofl$.

GALLAGHER BROS., Commission Merchuts

Portable Saw

Mill Outfits
The lNewt asffailki
F- N(,X'\i ~awl It&ILER4 sall
kmiisuof Iaehiaery aW WWKI
k* -? taro *i~ t-tii.'ll 'R : iike tmmetdialethlipmnt. WraV
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%slue f thtpI~jkW, 410 %01A t11'h i t%44a nel and Tor fqr vt ith'edt
't ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ .I Idl hsSw a.i io .e e t ,,Ii t ") Yo~"u itcl kai'I t ~btw c4at-ti l u ad ng trmt#tb lo isact xalw-,tcq
(r'em; a ad ha'.' theAt hadjtaste Ini by Natlmeal Iurs rw I'ad sad flrv
s'sr e't"tb 1'r5 at.-aqt I-.A.'t rbtis.
E s ;,m%.aite*ciarifor &all 1, -t r.t platmt sm* -%,It r'et&aunDot4alAteu or n411wr
~A P UD IN E. V. s&eaell. utv evta-riefr iw~rhirte*dru&-. &aid we rrotowunqd it Yd our ordeW rs 4Job Pritingto
M:uri.Amii.Trs i #%4 es I rt ctr vr aftfme ftw ctlikimm an
CURES COLDS land skid It a it r,'e ndat-v I Iy glaitiw.,calit& e 'THE SUN JOB OFFIC
avtd GRIPP mvrninawed at S6 a ftaw Muedlb for~
hI-;,;vtGtho a" OW t~v~r sbnm v j dyw kWia. ~s)* toy W M.humdhJeba-n~
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4: -Itltii Ftwlyth Strro-t





In the PAh Affairs That
2ted In Washington.


lllMe That Cutting of New
Seat to Uroeknrldge of Ken.
l -Th e- B oek-Umne Quarrel
tM Pr*rw.Pett r Trouble.
the detalof the cause e of nu-
SinvitationS to the field of honor
ler to ettle difference by a re-
o the code dllo aNd the non-
atlllstlo of them expected hoe-
neting be brought to light they
I most assuudly prove to be in.
laf reading matter. Many of
flashes In te pan affairs origl-
In Wasbhtfton In the antebellum

early part of 18M4 a big sen- itr!::iax ta'e Ow sdisf; .
was caused because of a dill- pnipr,. ie:,re t' I1
between John C. Brecklnrldge of ka ict uuidl tle rt'i..., *. .,
and r. B. Cutting of New o roai:;le ileui:. i., .. .. .
both members Qr the national ac:i::-.v iu c.i, ( ,., ', + ian
of representative. It was at the h,, .i i1 ,.<* Pt .I .
when the Kansas-Nebraska bill when f:ks b'i to, '.,. ,
nder diseseton. Outlng Intl.- eair gailten. It w i a i, I
la a speech that Mr. Breckin- the elaite. It wa i .pi ..t. : t ,
was partly responsible for an ar. the Knn.s-Nebrukn n, t I i,,. W: -
that was published In the Wash e .tor lDouglas .f I'. 1 Y-.
Union, the Democratic organ In ator Ore'ii *ot' n i... i r ,i .o i
pital, which was offensive to Green. who is never t, f iy th-'**
and the two gentlemen Indulged who knew him but v t itpr ftr tthe
colloquy that was very near a bit- unfortunate drliking, I :, it thint oc.ia-
roonal quarrel. Is the course of sionted hi|t do-wiinfli hi t! ti iible.
r. Cutting made a remark, when rmen Ii his speet 4:,,i that Domn-
entucklan aroee and In a quiet la did l .ot r. It ,:,,,.,,V!t him:,. It
Ar manner asked the New w wa a de,;iate in wlhi.h .1,11,,i",1i iVliS
man to withdraw the statement. 1`1t m'KeN I n. anl thre r, et p.rsionnl-
house had been llatening to the tlei4 nil ,ii ^10l. There wnN4 ,*)ie mtnov9-
rks of these gentlemen very ear- wi.t townnl i dla.lI iat thai tVie he-
y all the while, and when Cut- tween Donclfti arili 4;r,,. N.,,tes had
said, In answer to Breckinridge's passedd, and evTer ilv .vlex.-ted. there
est that he withdraw a specified I wolid ite sow;liehiII; (Ill; ,n it Ilhl-
on of his remarks (they were as- ,(loniml,,r, ilut fri.ins i:t,,rine..d and
ons that Mr. Brockinridge had prv,,.:Ial i. >t i:le.'.,,,,,.:
skulking), that he would with- Ilien there vouie ti i!l that f t-
nothing there came a senintlon . th t,,i,,. wire<.
b developed lato great excitement grw ouyt 1.e a hri'age thirt Potter, who
n Breckinridge said Cutting had was a w f'a. clmu. hi,. |hitp,.olatetl
en falsely and that he knew he lii iiemilri ofi the. hliit.e replrter.
lled. 'llip luii.irrel that lIo ,ii over that re-
w, when a gentleman called an- ultl 'i rrie t%,. a r..preo.ented
h gentleman a liar In that period of it iiinmi l iti t. lr uding
history It rally meant a flht Potter a cilleni,, l,,,,, while die-
me kind, and so It proved In this clain:,itn,,, llletite to tie ,oih,, maid he
*. for before the day was over Mr. woull W'.it 'ryor Inel.'re or out in the
ng. throne his frend. a Mr. Pl^1triht wIth I.wl.e kntiv..m. 'ryor' di-
urice. sent a note to Mr. Brecklun- clue to tht ilt wy on the
calling upon him to refract "or ground tt the wleuI tli were barba
ke the explansaton due from one rous, iuhllinnii and it used among
tman to an. Brteklr. gentlemen. Then ;.r.neral Lander.
rly next moriLug Brecki; wlo wnai P'otter'se fri.-:al. offered to
through bhi friend, Colonel fight r lit a ter' ri but hi eO or
wkinm acc ptbd th challenge. Both wa declined on the. gtund that he
Were up to full meamunent In (., dLil I qarl wi th I
quality of pl required for urrl with r.
ilnmr battle. An arrangement Tere
made to meet at S11iver prin There were other uiel, expected In
)statel Marylea$. 'hlcb waill W 1Rabhln&tOi in th.' Idllrilng days that
state of MHoaryl.ad, WFihleb was. never took place. titi thope cited h ere
were going to fight with the art aut the .t lm ln of the
7ry rtit, but they didn't get togeth- epltoel.-W.i hllertu l'ost.
Mutual friends were grieved at the T
of a prospective tragedy which T he Call of the D i'm Novel.
hbt en the Ilve of both of these e tee Ce iriu toUtu
outs there I ah a build of affection
bent me. full detail of this t tb"r o ffcton
tin in t iter of p e which illlited him to uake ttiwm L Wa
not known, but the reconciliation to e alive. Ilu the tulid of every
effected togh not without ur- healthy ,ioy there is romance. For
it reasonlsim WW the tw became) that bo.ys ente:taininent the producer
friendly as ever, of dulie fictit strewed ruuance
frtindly as ev0r.
mator 8mummr eot Maasahusetts by treet. 4ri, ,i bwa;rruudlu l, bow
"ton 8. Broreks of Soth Carolina. eer smill. i ll ws listed. li
o one seemed to think that a bcalu- blCt-alD to hjlui*%;f the center tf the
Sto the &t Cfta Man Wou universe. At the Iarticular spot on the
me out of i lamentable affair. gitilie on thit.li 'A so all the paral-
oks, it is Very wel known, was In- 1em mard tlwe p ini,.,1e. ." a mtered. In
isely angered at remarks made .iby o re hwi-r,.w n t'-et than thist d1
). Bummer tco.ns lag .ator Batler' exalt l'i-r t tlr world was bou.t f
South Carolna, who was an uncle I hait waCr Eli'ti th tes paltry wa J,-
r.roks. TMis In May, 184. Wih.t wnq -i ll,,.i j- tiP.Itit' altry phs,-
0 Maowrhm ats mentor had said In b!r.t i ii it e %,i t i.sures, physical
IPPech the day heftre that Senator and ipIrltti.,. mir.. .it toy Oahlun
tler iLhowed aa lIoaecily for It.f- I lwfori P" l' L'. li'*,., the ly Prr a- r
!., whether In stating the constitu- istear. io! h.o ?,:a" oa theuands e
n or In sitatina th law. lie also V4ilr.'4m "V th.,i4a:sia ct r-.ad.rs?-C.
4. "lie cpanm s.at o his moet-bat Ui. lar.y Iti Ai ai;- .
I there diee a) lm m." The ezilte- mat R**f'g **i Gor"-a*y.

lit.erl ascr the sea part icularly to t,-:ray tI" a.. :.. r itO uncI ll.tol>it
.a..L Mamlehiee ts was etaa ed rudenet** t' shee lDrntall'vt A
th tbhrar. Wv WeedIll PhillPs cirepocnial kiiwts "4V a deilrtal
II Wiliam wGarrim s wre ltaly b S-i mwl haft im
Al44-1 to an ar. rNAW '4- !,, l.hli*fw steOlm SW hals
I. the amie t r ,r3roks Was met u i.tr 11, 1.4t tlr t.btt hbate itoI
is 'atg a eb ha lUs reml e some be tIn tj.. stirt until t.(* epla1si't>i
I Wr Wi Nge. g g OUsV a thi-tu bat ab. 4t t.- tbd.u to do It
,1 I. tf vkLe p0i of the Cl ted of their -.- 1 a ., 1 the Geri aiii
'* made a s wlee theae ad i '.*.:e .' t .*.* f :'g n tr- I.o r.,
i "ak t Nr. Seaemr wI "liaP, ,aaML. t.* '1 ;.. a the I i.rt *ih
.aq ad ru-aly. Mr. -re -s Wa5 JTw *! ,.*.. *.- i t'r ", ai.a''
Sto a d hi a challenge for r Is ., ..*, ....r -4'
:. *i"n "the 03d' anid Cis s *,e. Uali V : t 4* .ocl<'k. L*
d 4i a -nnehea. r Wler hbw .tb- '. the i miue d st .
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ebamber and smofte uiBor a ami(n
smotfo his brother AWeL Mr. Broo~kis
parts of Burlingame'us aeech. but the
Maserc:11 eltq man saidthe %oul'l cIll
low his remnarara to Interpret them-
itelves. nuI Mr. Brooks sent !':m a
flot,--: vory polite fnotv- wYlu hretd
V:-Yr' wwill do me the *1r',Itqn tmrk i.
I u' ~ 1b- con~vo! Ie t f.1'N. 3.
vo, jiit, ef t rence to W~e di'Tf.zen ,ts bo
C-1 t l-kr nine day %fr. flur!11ng111Ue an-
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Oan sell you laty proiper'v, (Inm
proved and unimiproied), ui,)prhase,
trueblag and farming lands. evnid him
a list of what you offer for a Ile 2142
And Solicltor in quietly
Rola EFtate, Oovejnlinge and GOeo.
eral Praetle. All buslnea. promptly)
attended go. Offloea aet door to bun
of lie. GAIMarILLs,. P oarMa.

Practice sa


all Court.,

00604over OalheviUc Na loai f ank.



Alsebussa ooty Is MA0 own* Ise
area. bas NO 'mil."railroad XM
oil". wasse ma rbed Npmkee,
121 owt "Ib al 2177 pb "=eph
30"elia Ninue. 171150M0eu
four mwqwappers. sadpro.-
due"se ort, weon. W. n*agar,
"oat, ipbo. Jotan .plue. ppL. f
eown, and all kinds of veletabloo.

6ainnuille, the County -SUaLI
Has ftaovae hrb~.two Pebi
awheoj, $be L1.ctemily of1 Vkw'ia,
priat seoos, hr"ee sewpapeft'!
MaeIealaw s Is"oathe bsow!v
w*W. flU slam o5stoI ~r
sodroe sotwoee1-0miawgete
rise, 4"Wes ib, twi, on, .0 ben.,
three rSfluoas. too fprtsllger 061.
afaiserixg eompasipp.. me $be#s
wansfewsory. cme swtyil tR l
pelangpst, fear boAs, owwell
steser-reliesmbraelrn evvel-.I
whi# to the Smmmtrp-al line,

The Florida

Fruit and Truck Growei
L J.3511311 F.Uter c&W Prepv.
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Phone I0, OGalmenville. Fla



O(ee over Marees Kadeols. PborLe 3 rtafl





Reaialern sald Jotbere I

staple and Fancy Groceries,
I In, lardema Seda a FeUsw& '
High*estmat plriae paid forl (ilehee. ggps sad enter Plftdee
Oompiese esek of Hal Oom, Oa*. Flour Rma, Mealt.0Cot Se ed Meat
and 0r. We haaille VGyIke i r giol ig t fasheLW
Stf PIiOM, ad" pgusaee isaytlstieam else.


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hAei s o l OaL.


North, South, East and Woet

'Trollghl Puillmani Hrviee on All Trainr.

Consult the ""Purple Folder"

FJr y'I(140IU'ilt 4ilnfmi'Jltiofl. whedul~o, fatoW aan td mour
viltimw,l"o yaw wu nareat Ticket Ag.nt,
I ~or writai or call on

J. A. Ik -ii wi
Ticket AgsuI
Ateuitic (, agLine,


L1 Wo Fftl
)Isvislon Paw* AAot,
AtluAntlCOW Lin,

Jacksonville and New York,
aMlang at OHAALEWTON 8. 0.. both ways.
theo F dt Stbmau ld I in o CoC Stm 8wvTeO
Clyde New England and Southern Lines
Freight tIervtie Betwern JAOKSONVIiLE. LK, BSTON and
PROVIDINCE, and All Eastern Polint,
Oalh g at ( harllesonh both ways.
S.GlBLI--W'Sl .,JS.., XY SA e ILI"Tg
ou'hboun4 ................................Fram lewls' Wharf, Bsk mw
Nouthhound..... .......... rom Poot of Wilshinmtou at., Jaoksoatvilh

Clyde St. Johns River Line
lkJitw0e0i JAcKOONVIi.LL sand ,ANmroNmD
Siupntl as i'slakts, Asator, Beoreti (-l (hlanidlaU lueirmaidiit, Lamdliap
non t. Johns River.
* ar 11 a1pi.tl.td1 t> a1il ane follows: Leave JACKIONVIL.Ll, dally iAeept
3atuidays, at SiMU p. m. ieitruins, leave bA eoai, daily
except 8undaya,. a 0l:01) a. in
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Leave 3:30 p. m................ Jacksonvillle ...... ..D. D 5:00 a.m.
Leave 9:00 p. m ................... .alatka.............. Leave 10:00 p. ,.
Leave 3:00 a. mni................... Astor................. Leave 4:00p..x
Leave ...................I.. remford (DolAnd) ......... .Laav 1:00p.m.
Due 9:00 a. mn............,., .. .anford ........ .......Leave 10:00 a. a.
Due 10:30 a. In............. .. iterprle......... ........Leave 10:30 a.m.
Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 West Bay street, Jeeksonvilll.
II.11 ItAYMONID. VicePrelshdTit anti neral lmiaer. New York.
II. h. MAYNARD, V. T. "M. A. C HAUKltl''Y, U. P. A..
I'llr 36. N. It. Ntw York )Ier a6, N. .., New York.
1.. 8S. kltliLIC, C. A., V. It IIIONMONI0KII. A. O. P. A.,
LoeiAbur., Fhl. Jaick.unvillle. Pla.
L1. 1. JONKSd, T. F. A. JOHIIN i;'?:bRhl. T. P. A..
Jacksonville,. Fla. Ier 34. N R.. Now York.
C. P IfA)VI.I. Aier nt. J.nrkivutllle, i'la.
OGeneral Offceo Pier 3,.Niwrth River. New York.l
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Kattenr of G erur ItrAt ath
ared by 01ut R t


What Ha, Happened and What Is
Going te Happen Toed In Shert Para.
gmplhe *o That "He Who Runse May
Rtaew It In The Su
R. Lansford will carefully tune
your piano for $4. Phone 71.
Prits Rosborough of Windsor is In
the city, a guest of his brother, Dalton
The Gainesville Furniture Company
have a new ad. In this issue to which
attention is directed.
John M. Gootto and son, Ira, of Wil-
liston, were among those who spent
yesterday In this city.
Arthur R. McClenny, a well-known
young man of Cadillac, spent Monday
In this city o. business.
Remember1 the Gainesville Dairy
when In need of milk or cream. 0. T.
B e tabrook, Mar. Phone 178.
J. H. Sanders of Trenton, one of the
well-known farmers of the West End,
was trading In the city Monday.
Win. W, Carter of fairbanks was
among the visitors to the county capi-
tal yesterday, having come In to trade.
C. II. Crisman, a prominent citisen
s of Micanopy, was among those who
, spent Monday In the county metropo-

R. II. Westbrook a prominent truck-
er of the WIllIston section, was trans-
acting business. In this city yester-
Rlemomber I)r. Frye, the eye-sight
specialist, Is still at the Irown House.
Have glassne fitted before It Is too
A. Ooolaby. a well-known farmer of
Monteocha, was, among those who
came to Oalnesville on a trading expe.
diUon yesterday.
Luther Holloway. son of Hon. W.
M. Hollowav has arrived in thet city



100 PerCt Pure

Made with the best pigments and
pure lined oil. Cover more
surface and last longer than any
Paint made. A guarantee on ev-
ery can.
If you are contemplating building
or painting your old home you
want the BEST. Thorm in a BeWt
in everything. In Paint it in

100 Per CL PMrs Prepared hint

Paints, Oil, and Glass.


Gonefal Las* Birthdayto be Observed
Friday Eening.
The ladies of Kirby Smith Chapter,
United Daughters of the Confederacy,,
have decided to hold a musical on
Friday evening, the 17th Inst., in mem-'
ory of the birthday of General Robt.
E. Lee. This entertainment will be
held two dayi in advance of the event,
on account of the birthday occurring
this year on Sunday. The program
as arranged by the committees, how-
ever, is complete in every way, and
will comprise musical and vocal selec-
tions of the highest order, which are
bound to be appreciated by our peo-
There will be a small admission fee
charged, but the proceeds will go as a
benefit to the Old Soldiers' Home In,
Jacksonville, and to the student schol-
arship at the University.
This will prove a most enjoyable
musical treat, and everyone in Gaines-
ville' should attend.


CItizens of That Section of City Have
the Streets Cleared.
The citizens of North Gainesville,!
one of the suburbs of the city, but
who consider themselves "separate
a\d distinct" from the town proper,
neser believe In having the Ijud under;
their feet, as do those of the City
'Council who have charge of affairs in!
the main part of town, who would not:
mind if they saw a pedestrian walk-
Ing up to the top of his shoes in mud.

-- j It Is understood that the progressive
l. A. J, Strickland of Hague was a citizens of North Gainesville-and they
visitor to Gainesville yesterday. are most all progressive-got together
If you have found anything see if and decided that it would be a good
It is advertised la the want column. idea to get rid of the slush and mud
Caused by the recent heavy weather-
Does your piano need tuning? Phone, and they got rid of it. That is more
78 and secure a factory-traned tuner. than the street committee of the cy
Jesse Vanlandlngham, a well-knowe. did-but then the street committee
and popular planter of Monteocha, was had so much to do It was Imnosible
to avo on setio wihou th oterio

trading aIn the city yesterday.
Orders for extra copies of Thurs-
day's semi-weekly Bun should be
handed In by 12 o'clock today.
Dr. J. L. Kelley has gone to Pa.
latka,' where 1he was called on busi-
ness. He expects to return today.

to favor one section without the other.
so they let the whole business go.


Rev. Mrs. McKinstry Continues to
Interest Good Crowds.

and entered t Universi-lty for t.eI A. 1). Jernigan expects to leave today The Rev. Mirs. McKinstry's lecture
balance of the term ior points In West Florida, where he at the Advent Christian church Mon
balance of the term will remain fol the next two weeks. day evening proved to be of great
R. C. IDayv of Jacksonville, repr e.
sentl.n the ity-Sfholss typewriter., t Keep your eye on the "Want" col- Interest, and was listened to by a
inI the city for two or three days In pmn. A lady has just recovered a good crowd.
the interest of h i machine valuable watch through an ad in this These lectures Increase In Interest,
.I A. Ma and those who hear tlfm wonder at
.1. A. Mlaultity, the brick suagufav.- the speaker's ability to trace history
tur, r of ('iMaivtile, who I1 alst inter Outsell All Others--For ten years thextensively and so ac irttl. all
ettidtl in minta aiitlle lints here. was a Illue Ribbon Extracts have been grow. tfron m emory.
h.iut.l. vlit.,,r to thin. lt) Mtniday ing in ipolularlty and today they out Mrs. McKinstry uses no ,tote#, but
sell all others.
:hI Uriar. ntld I'lilatlhen classes locates the place uf Impo-*ance on the
ill t ,indiiI :t It,. Iryt..r mte.Itling at the WIv hnter & lIoth, th' nt,.w it rrehant.s nai al : he, its r J,. t form and
.-l, ip IIt hurcha ttm latRit at i7:'; h7uve btgun hu.lle in earlet ,In in her vry itii.ersting munc-r., traces
k Thle i- oio will i. Aiinr .ld North (ialneistiille, attl declare th*y the tl-tr) of tite r, i Ires.
aill ,:tr,, l I i'i. anre 'there to ttiy "I'hetre aire. ietople in Gainesville who
FI': nld of M.I-t,' It 1 MaiASk4e. (' itrinkle)y of Jai'ckson1llh. former 'don't know what ,they are nmissig.
Itit, i, 11 l(. ll % it f. r, r. will y f ('vrll,. h,'re lie was lng.ged In hut the.\ are mis Ning It just the same.
i. ,, I I iii Ih tiii i r i r,, th:l l ufth ti atiif- > ret of l niiihtl was aw --a
, ; 1 :1 t s t t,, ,% n tll.i t,,i> lt' 1 t l. :tor ti l (;:.l i \ tl M"it.ni Dl r Frv,*. the ey ) -scslht it peciaill t
j , ,; 1 l \% A i t 1' '* ti.oniterrnit n whmliln nniiotltmircein ilt A %
I ,, sI '!; ,. 'r I',I I' l h u k. hi: reeY jird su h
I r 't.1: ' l.', L.a r i. l'ery im uch hf4 'O ty th'att he h s4 (4 i:.t-rltd to) Le-
S', I, :. , r t t i Ir .' t itl te n ,li IItA ,; Itl (dilring thit week littritng his
i , ,,, i ii *1 <,lil t i lit . ti l,I...... ?. ".. if... .t .. .. -10'.. 1

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WlUam R. Steckrt

Charli A. 1~idoth

.. .he...

Gainesville national lank

dtd NOV ad cMYhpdr

--- Capital Stock $100,000.00---

J. L. Medlin R. D. Crawford J. F. Jackson
Wm. R. Steckert Dr. M. H. DePaus T. W. Shands

Henry Davis
Chas. A. Faircloth


Such a Cood Investment
A watch for a man or woman, boy or girl, i such a good
investment. It is a faithful servant and always retain= for
year to come its first value; that is, if you buy a Standird
Watch. Buying a cheap watch one can only expect to get
cheap results. It is not only an unfaithful servant and meli-
able timekeeper, but it ."o*N lots all possible value. Why pot
come here and let us talk Watch Wisdom to you? Our line is
just about as complete as money and experience can make it,
and our pirioes are the modest profit kind, beginning as low a

-----L C. SMITH, Gainesville, Fla.



I Uremd Floer-Next to Pikgee.
Convemalently Located Tt V rvat
Not "tle oldest bank in the city" but
the oldest established restaunut, the
best equipped, and tio *place for laditv,
gentlemen, and children.


Each Inaertion, but no advertlse-
ment taken for less than 20 centl. Six
words make a line; no fractional lines,
every word over each six counting as
an additional line. CASH in advance
must accompany all orders for inser-
tions in tals column.

IS)8T-Pointer gyp, white. heavy 1I%.
er-colored spots. Return to J. 1)

'OY TE The famous
Y I 0 Continental,
,---^^----..... n -J an 4719.
Regular Meats. Trading Tikets.
We do not promise something for
nothing, but give you the best ervie
poweible at a reasonable price.
S~weial mupixp-r for parties served on a
short notice a poshdble. Everything good
in seaWon. Open early and cloue late.
ee te eleotrioc aWn CAe E. Ourmott
We try to do Whbt we lPMU&J."

Miss N. Norto

WANTF i-Otx)d white girl for cook'
ing and ;'igt houe ,ork Apply 5)6 S06 uveirS
Prinklin t, r-,,t.
WANtID)-Young white man for gar.
den and orchard work; salary $30; If
competent and trustworthy. $35 at-; 10 Ei
t, r k noth" AplOvP. O. ~x .7 G ESIE,

I Ii' i i t V ~ -% 1 1 1 4 q 1 1 k i h.-'c I t o i t h e t u t I i r o m i 1 s s ti t I a oi i l e ( i f L i __th e_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
4it I '111d thiea litIl i, ~o.*vI it- t m~iiv but m'ri~ f" (t j'1rak e Fo il ItENT --Two fun Ir it 4 I w-'~ammis
~ t ii ii' A1 1'U 'A nd commid C4t l ii t t 'iv ii a re hard Iro m li A vit l y' W~. C hur chi .-Itr.' t

~ -[ *,,~ ~ .m' .'~t~i- ll a i iiiua J.-'%iril 4 'Q avIl IIthem -h4-; ~of hi'4FOR RENT--New flv&-room cottage in
'-' m~ lt r '1 hIi ~v-on i t],iic An 1-I~t -.a-rniivo ia nt 4ig 1gemit azd t S 0 t i inesTille. Apply at fSoul-
'1.'4.11 t',lk4-Ii T1. I'It ''10.llA fr i cue hi~ ia I'r or fi~r hini to c:01at r.'- .1 S iit* i 51'C Of53.5office.

IA i II I.4 i ',.~ '' I' lwi F Ir'-ee vi nati'FOR SALE
I '%a lt i, l rt uT i -' "1, (,,-' h 11" '' %r

~ '.'':-,\~ .:. ''%Vi'It;', ~. ~ alitr% ~a. stl- 11I'. vfetRocks. Write W. T. Jnes. Ft
.~ tt 444 .' H' ~ '~ 17-. '' 4 14 f Isi- at I h11 '11 N I 11 I'mt W hite. F la. R. F. D). No I

3 4. -'t .1,1 I Illtb (4 'A the -1tTa%tM.4- o :1 I.v V t ar 'n S n rnwt-ArE "Jrantt th i.-
V-& ,III- - --t,- *.*n-of, newI qi US Lad "'rtha Sint,-

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A I'a-'U t T '- '-I w h., boatprinte'd statioraery ea~sl CV 1-1ifuirrised the otlcv nit-l't,-
IttvIt-it~t i ttle Tt'-9-1 n*P tbam Fr-'"'l

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uler ljtniuw. t'tdar I%'' %It .utIra
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