Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01178
 Material Information
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 18, 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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01178
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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e- WuiSmeat aoClteeatmed
tl iy Tnhuraday ture ad
4bwjlmag il dead.
a of othebod.

e ~0rlttve- to bury the
athibe da Alad
Sa gof weederm l the
*t" ideateause

ftol W AS early as 5
a I"- lo se adth wagam
r l Orre about the litm
StoWs d*U tae corpees and
S Mof the dead were

we ai t lwHtchp ta the
So g bodes from the
e he action of Cor .
baaier ebi(ddlag the removal
May b Aon dutg hi e abseneon:
S aS de to a al-up na the
ata of tho body of a boy.
IweIr wr laleat e the fr
at ar w I b, doe the oe N
| o pilPS to repamw it.

t p o m pistak as tae
G CkWrIeds hbeards.
krg m learWa tet thi and
etlmmei wiae the
at a e whveren leooi bo
46 huam anmwe wth Ms
I aIt edplalte9 a th ot
0h0 W podtvely ideale d
kra6 wamiu an boedi oad tat
tIn ap tt0U be emld, e
edlaed is order lace

me es r t ag tafr o the
mll te V U a a Ulnte

be emboards ovtred by
bLahe M t l, -w
le + er et -e
[A ftroeaadgearta" od MravSe
unrvilaA I leaa oemteries ad
wae o lo at tae.
LeMt r UfMomr D ieeoud.
*The l b deed to ba
lot eshr e bartS af 4b a-
rttatd daed. In the eatier of the
UIt msosa pbe wi e fte sor
he e dcimi of s asusamt.
e easemis bshot Be ergue Osc
serss Weae Sepe saeem mes
revtthdaseses flltmead e. w

Lho ta. ( la aatoel i that o".f
an we t0 b edeved bet eMa
has A@ m...mui _.ua.- LA..-

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No to as fte"- d

wofte own osu

lef eve -o" AN
unledIt at

hIud Hellem Keller's Instreutroeeso
Ales Leeing Her Sight.
eow ortk, JaI 17.-Neva oomee
mer fr wta.. Ma..., t
Mrs. Joha Albert Macy., who was
Anne Meaaeld Sullivan, for twenty
Yeaf the companlon of Helen Keller,
is pntg huad.
Mne.i Mey I afflicted with cate-
Met. and It le feared she will entirely
lose her eyesight.
It la to Mrs. Macy that Helen Kel-
lar owes her education, and the fact
that she to today a living example of
o fact that love and patience eas
TrOom= The worst of affliotlona.
UntDl Helen Keller wasn even years
old, she at ain darkness and dslenoe
being deaf, dumb and blind. Then
Ulas Bullivan, ae she was then, maa
tored the meal of oimmunalatios
with the girl and by the touch lan-
guage iwidh she Invented, began her
The story of Mits Keller and her
achievements Is known to every one.
sad it to to the woman whoe friends
am believe Is fast losing her eight
tQat abe owes it all. For twenty yeans
the two Save been conmstat oa upaa*
Ioas and it was Lhrough his lnatrest
nla Miss Keller when rtho entered lad.
el0fe college that Professor Maoy, aM
the time an Instructor in Harvard, be
ease acquainted ith Miss Salilvaa.
Professor Macy and Mi Sullltvani
were marred In May. 1906, and aitce
tean have made their borne with MtVi
Keller at Wreutham. Profeesor Ma&
ey is now one of the editors of the,
Youth's Companion, and wrote the F.i
production to Miss Keller's book, The
Rory of Life."
Yeouing eGri Sppoed to Have Clever
ly Robbed Woman of ValuMees.
New Tork Jua. 17.-Me. Robert
Pox, aeoordlng to a story told the
police, was druced and robbed wM le
attemdlng a matinee last Saturday.
Wednesday night the polloe aIret*
ed a yenag woman who arvehar me
as Alie Moran, who has bees eayU
ad by Mrs. nos with tie theft. Mto.
Tan alteo that st st in a theater
&ad got lato conversation with a YaGO
girl who was in the same box. The
girl admired a bracelet whbek Mrs.
Poa wore and she l"ok it ug sad aI-
lowe. the girl to exaMmie It. ITa'
rl offered 1rs. Fox som* esady sad,
er eating It ,she became sortIoMly
Iln and was assated from the beo by
the gitr. Mr. Fox was el ed
for sad wnt to ththeher'aa0 d
Ida wife bome in the ameaatme the
girt dsappered When Mrs.
reoered suffieently to leave the the
water abe found that a bag eomatoaIm
170 aId Jewelry worth I250 woe saa
lag, beeldes the braelet.
The pkyeictan who attended' Mrs.
fm Gaid she bad, without doeK, bes0


SOe IT" ak* Under Party of Merry ksHt
terore at Cennrlledt, Pa.
CoUsullsviliU .., IT.-of the
bI Ip Eviduui to psix-n o um Tw MM lam ag hwN
Sty t the JiatoI emereolr. awar
anr ahetal Wdua id w aey .Aa t,. ve ware W-M d Wyo. hi
drowned. They are John Luxaer

-. RIM issPumer and oorsge Cochran ,
All Classee f People Who Knew H a. Med towards the enter of the res*. Per ev 4a our Petioe n t ed
ervoir, but had not gone tar when
ry Thaw lubpoenaed by Defenee to he Icee broke and ihey were throw Their Ground Si Plene BaM UMil
Add Their Teetimony to that of Per. Into the water. As the other rem. einfereomente ArtWvedo-Wers 0 O
SWho Witne d Shootingbor o the party bqid t numbered Te One.
the spot, two heeda reappeared abovo
New York, Jan, 17.-With some of the surface. ochren. supporting the blioax, Jan. m4.-Two am wW
mje gam teeUmony tat was Intro- kirl with oe band, was clinging to the Mied one polleemm was woudted
du4ed at the rsnt trial, anid with u- broken e4ge of the lte with the otUlr, and several working sea wee timar
mous witnesses who art aspesringx ln a Instant a human chala was form. ed in a picehed battle Wedmeuday ai 1t
Sor the first time, the iskfnt trial of Hdry K. Thaw fic te killing haMnd with Andrew Machl. th only unmriarln laborers at Oary, nd4.
of Steafoed White oontinies tupile up Survivor. at the end of the line near* (luns and revolvoen were "feN saA
eTlaone Intended to show that the gt tt he hoet kaives thrown, but. though they we
yemwr defendant was not itatsdly Just as a hand was being rac'ned outnumbered tea to oao. the puloeIem
sound until he fired the 'iota which out to grasp Missl Plier. there wasU de seven arrest end Anod ShMlI
caused the death of the i.,'hltftct another crash of ee,. IPrank Cxchran ground Until reinroreumsates rrived,
To flU in the time Uo i tho ap. and L.taner and William Pulmer had wien thirtoa golr of the mae won
pornmce of witnesses who rn on their also onae down. the thin Iee ivrlg repturwd.
way from rope, Mr. Uitth :an, liar.' way under their combined weihi., loever&al ek**ed trouh the aad
ry Tbaw's chief c Insel. ,i putitng on l ack was obligedl to dash to shotr. dunes. 'he Might oeurred a the erap
te stand witness wh .'tall,. I Helple, to wave. he aw his iTr' of the Ilunhlians, one mile west of
fome cases facts that In themselves companions of a few minutes before t Gury, W ad the baUle was of several
eem of little importance. but whilc to a1th. I*e hear s cream asnt boqri' durattlo
the lawyIre believe will. I.; o aiKre- a croklagR mound, saw uplifted bands he tHeuaartaas had bes worklag
ate, confirm the storioe r the iore above waler for several *wonds, auit on the treek of the Isouth l*d rall
Important witnesses. then all was still. road. Several of their nualber destroy.
Ttrsday morning Augi~t Webtr,s At a l nt bour none of the bodittles the teat of a Sag labor sad
who w"e a butler In the house oeeu. had been recovted. whoa he latftr t eclt redress at the
ptod by the Thaws In l19.l in New --- eamp. he we *ia d *peo.
York, resumed the stand to finish the -BILL NOT NECEBSARY. A rallmod wteblas who sought to
story which e began Wednesday. Thb II---* adthee angre so & w as pell to
incident. In Thaw's life at the time Co. Kingman 'ysa e 40W.000 Nee- 0e,
-were recalled by the butler, taci esarIly Reverts to Savannah. Warrsts thea were on eot, a q
dents of his ervoisesa, his fog Savannah, (Ia., Jan. 17-Iteutensat the poAIleGSi W s to aM w,
alages sad bie semiag Irrespossibl Colonel Dn C. Kljmant t. i A bAhot g"rg4 tep i tad r se t
My. are coanted oe by the de oftriver sad harbor work of this ds. d ad battle t
to abow thM 9 a t A time pu. e6 trrt, Io quoted s 1 ytalg that e ---*
tM the dlg t of the eatual al ooeMa ak l ituM1d11i by W0aK WOs oby.ACK wMANf
of White, Tw was mentally Irre gress es w 10 ed to bve the Usited ---
~esohib. States reetore tthe 00N.00 r Atthemp Ma to SlOw Up PUMly ef
It is evidently the object of the de. o h0 ean may menemed, n a tGiOP p Now V" k.
lease A phased by Mr. UttletIs to prialed tr aMOlr tagreemeaest Ws a 0 T Ja .-,As op
brtt bir he jury eery poemes the Savasesh ditr4 t a1d embuaaid w~ the Peono bay tote.ftM
Wi new maw throusot W by Ce pi ls 0.. Carter io st aso. s aemr ed at as ty ha
before the tassedy of tie M Thwfy ser moitg h a Itaemo nt
eare OaeO s who is able to 068661Kl5S "5 g 0m5yeow heosu Madt oseatymalel SteM.
my inaeldst which ever em euder *m6P t1Wd G ke b wMtk bytg the ire#t the beuaWe
ther obemrvatlo. House servats PvemnS t Is to be sed or t b0orkie window a s y beti
sA ewab seruvate teehers sad med work td "11i 0, ores ropea'l the l it the slet esbe a pt is M
les attse4aa., to fact. all deae sand diverts the ftLeds It aso1e1 n0 af bMom e ps ri gwu U
of people hbo knew ofr es T a han el: ; Oceg a lele leatos tam S W de aof e heia
bate be es ubpoeaned by the 1 11fewa, a am the W.wf ew toatg thie belidlap hen re 41
to add heir testimony to that of te 1 b0sl aed the g verameet I ace. ptes aorred.
ame sad womeo who were witoeeOe *nso e with the wt hebore bouid re he oplai aeeM So hae e
o e the sho g I the effort~ to w ort to the gvew"egat. It Wu goe, that IThw w rraional at he tU e. d od ma met"er of seare. thinks ODeafO, a e& M AW. Two W Ile&
sad mentally re apoasible r any seat. OLOB I i tas t e *0Ne wfe 1 l ei *ts* Mre 1 0 to oe
would be gives beak I the fund aeed bimdg. O smt esate Ieat. D
PERTILIUZE TRADE IS DULL. to hab ra Imporvemntn Is tAe ares- awk .e b eeid a a~
sak district. s gnegad" N& lewI 1a 10e1 1be W%
Paliltg 0 eof Aof t is Per C oe m. .... dire4 to plse Ia.N0 em the sme
powed wh Last Year. COMM"'%N fCI a AMCNM51. I a a l1Ais i so a eM
Atlanta. Ja&, IT-Trade Is fetili. .t"...o.m"" It ay e i m ts e *et en,
are taie year ladieaest a s aMug e* Pl o C est Not Oaergae Tewg 4 hlegMd wO a# a111h lfir.1
sheat ls to pm et ma a parad by letrw i L i e tme wi am tle oly l to8
with yeas year, sae erdta to as Aew i. Os., Jia. IT -A i tr

Sm lig Fire W Minlg G ekse rD ropped anf iewlml atthr e t W 6 p
Dead Freom Isalsise. mm --easmltie of fetlile as
00kead, Calf.. Jan. l7.--fe 41WOb"m4M fd
Ubidmndy sight destroyed do e bf igs j ofma lowo g~edo t
Prem building at TwOMMWM sdWarn g-p@& g" amer irnrCM bow. "
sizeek. Narlag tdo &4eW. C* am* isa s I p* s hissoe*o@. I
#In Y46Ma sof NOR. a am" wow fflThem@ as is tohe 68=e h4 l
or, dupead from magmame e bummD, Itao""tb I*utdto BeMr
lisnmseArbar TMV SI*t Covi NNWsh~'~ o ., MW&W -p ___t
ftoled. 'owl tIal le is ui$*TO-WNp Nam

We~iaofS. P". In to a em dI g -howtddele
hou COMMeOMM~ is donUe
Of & smeselml il-. - -a-l-- ambo
ge~ r lstr"Odsw -- r- des tm. J" If 4be
law i am" am # Ift "IWO a W_ --_ m
vila ftr ans afttO5 am" so itgitoA" n aIs-HO ft
mp"Y Instru"y ne o~ ek" bm OW SNOW a*
"admnpr is I &Wa"two bed.0 00"ism" qWmakm
ofe ft'se plast'er 9 alsof W4 4"fem a t
by&e"& it Is an fi"sgta& 0"-. a s pw t.MAO
desto A"mt1 history. a-"-OM "b"e -ft4.O to in

Ect odNow iutue
wiM, sm. Jn S. -UVftkfam
fooing diroweraterAo*e~
am dlab b" uftmkwW
amoml ow ow ilhr r wi-

-n @wosn* oso. I~
maesof w" EMhidWomm.

o wa

0. C, Jew ?4m
Sam av -t"a w pw

am a eo- aa4940
av"a s O-

of the Aevrb musot il 1f arwafns
Ise to Mr"nsan eleutron riwa
t~ueok Ow strwi te Asworth.
Mr. Gras rfle a"dhis eelswba
pnow eto Via the elostrio railwa
6M AowerS to ULeenmi.
55, sad north o mms to Now&
wess. k16ow. Klp oees s
CWWWeWevil-A part of No stask
bee sbomb bbeeslaid sAd a MsI
somf 4 She maw"Ofey o#4*sd
wkWOr O 19be pseaek"frward *modam
Plo tralTAWlop hpsoopsi.
Sea teselem, CAL., Isan 7-Ih

wedpoft. woe peawps ewlagso
Owndr to bheresoma oh Imam"
as WS iNote".-The dole ONeof
ou~ld iM now be s o by asbomi
to o mueasifwte WOW.a* 16" i
tekio"fob@e*ew do ewtosWsob
WOO ~1s, ambsled SWS Mi h1
w~ ilemahng04 r oww",

ftAYN O OP 0- .WOUAArt
alwo at"was
UPer a Soeltmomes

W& -A-a

- a 01,111 a
kg iami owein P gap?
Aft he of eWmatoo 4w s
ode Iis mheNow demo&

is b godom Ak a
-dd dbso s e $mfe adsf
drftg iso ~Sw mss bywJdo
mum W ft -al fat$"il e.
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Morida Federation of L brWWi
0 Conveno IHere Tuesday.


W. H. Campell, .One of the Leaders
of the odedration, *uay.the Gouth
Florida ea Are Coming In peeolal
Car-AnteIpSeBig Tige. e
AumDBSthe prom-eant labwr leaden
.te Federat, is W. H.
ufl.ortner y of this city, buot
..\ 0iVa Tamw.
M11r. CampbeU arrived In the city
W. ^, aM d made The SBu sa a gr
amll. He Is a delegate to the
s meation which will be held la this
g ialHto Meat TuesdaT A a
N 1 to a the to
I. artangdag a progMr. -
"bTamfpa boys are antelpating
'F@' q great deal of pleasure il
00 0W" sa. Mr. Campbell. I reto
|" to tuo matter. "They have ai
i e to ea, e t style, hbavi
fled* a special car. They are all
S theaiastlc when It comes to any.
hta eouected with labor and union-
0t1 6and you may feel sure that you
S wI aa a toe body of meo a whole
th ey show p tin the ooeatvi
a They are all delighted. too, at
6, Opportunity to visit yoor beaut.
S city, of wh they hive beard so
ow to definite leetingplase ha yet
Smuread., bqt am efort will tbe
ie to' et t opera hoee,o In
It u the committee believe It will
s steessful.
S Prqident ef the Florid MId-Winter
SxPemoltie In the City.
a Hon.,N. W. Buckley of Jacksonville,
p eildent of the Florida Mid-Winter
S xposltio,. which will be held In
Jaadowville begioping th latter part
of the present month, Aived nla th
City Priday evenlinS ad prooeede
Imediatsly with Manager N. 4. Cal.
eaIM to Spring Park arm. where,
flth Oeorge Taylor and 0eo. r. Weo-
too e was a gueet of the farm Pri.
day night.
Mr..B-fkley expects to return to
S this cty today, and will leave on the
afrnoon train for home. He cane
S to onsult with Me IrsI. tallum and
Taylor regarding expoeltlan matter.
W Buckley is Jubilant over the
proepectU of the expoeltipn. which be
declare is soing to be the honest thIng
of its kind ever attempted In the
State. P0eole from every section of
the Btat. hoe ays, are man letiUng an
.., Iteret in the exposltion.
Marriage at Orange Heighti.
There was a quiet but im~eiolve
'* wedding at Ot)rauge Iltlhts Sunday
afternomn. the conlracting parties be.
lug Plrof. It. It Mon)Itgn)mry, formenr-
ly of Wlndor but now principal of
the OrAiust Ihilhtiw tchbol, and Miss
Hattie Wel-. it oharnutig young lady
of (ifurgia The*. c'r'rny war. pan r
nrtmird at the hmn. of the' brides'
ilter, r..Mra henry i. lat. Rev. .11.
IritIanuin if WalrI ofi ca-ing.
Thel re sr only a tfr' reltlve thd d
friend |>r,'seint. amenoi whom were
Mr aId Mrs liatvt. r W.lls, brother
of the .'rid.' aid Horar Mointg'ery.
brother ,f iythe arttm
it I. uilq.r.'i,.it that Prof and Mra.
Motttrr ill \\\\ titnue theit neal

d.'aci at 4 Irtilit- 'Heights. The*
ikuno rtmu% trIeita 's v1.h them vmuc
h4111hMkIIe their umarriedlit..

Grand Gal& Weeli
1l~ '~IV,011jaMatiC C'(nIMM Of
N.ti orh akitimrswill open oa weeks
dA January% tllh. under their larg
q utc \ aA p t.-ioi r ot, ae Wthc eibracowa
lot '11 t I 1 s41' ~t. 4l i'iuJ ..t
t'. ~ii, Ptmiedar4l drifta*,farce
\i~ A.-,...% irk heoOp" atm
w~ill t% 1he .1400 1wcliOGIS, a
v u! ra'uw-At M%,100y paKY Is Ave
-. ikihA14 ai*s6 ti.ltl#& mOtng
nd ti11001uatod *=BIG 1l.04v"M
1'\%.ttI~rly no wait1111
livgv thoatofr~ut "s 1151tW
led by ckctticttjr. a whoeIMP-
Z4.t1 A WeIwy'OPialsPr ilem. with
,!,- ,I &,.h of alW
ho am~ oo1fts sw the 10s6"



":I I ' ----
County R"e' lanm Met and Named
D0o-iart to Convention.
1 comn ace with .the call, the Re-
publicane I AllAbUa couaty met In
convention at s *qMua's HAI on
S Thurn y,' at which time delegates
were elected to both the State and
Conglreslobal conventions, which will
be held -In SBL Augustine.
The meeting was preasAed over by
Postmastar L. C. Lynch, chairman of
the County Executive Committee, and
DBenj. Rush a&ed as secretary. It
was a most barmonlous gatheripg,
nothing tapiring to mar the pro-
When the name of President Roose-
r | velt was called this was a signal
for an outburst of enthusiasm. Na-
tional Committeeman J. N. Coombs,
Chairman Henry 8. Chubb. of the
State Cetral Comfttee. and Joe
Lee, secretary of the State Committee,
Sa also came i for their share If com-
hu. mendaton and reeolutions endorsing
Mt t e administration of everything -from
r I* Roosevelt down were passed, after
s which the convention adjourned.

marshal Arnow Received Instruction

tB fff 6 from Lake City-swon aied MIn
I t Eof Kiama, Acting tder Iastruettons from the
uses, rits toMf. tlhk1a4 o 0ldas at Lake City, Marshal Arnow
Y ss I vPrday arrested Rev. J. H. Matthews,
ofa00u1aaV4a olore4 preacher, who it is asa s
hmop t s r ele5ver i? wanted by the Oo ...scou nty
0-"is "i' 4 of wood.
SI u.. A.hUl e at.eL Matthews was located without trou-
KRomArthuoor toid.ne Me bl I biawi lin Spring where
oI eel It l mys daty le, eo u u wq, plae.t under arrest. e was
know what Lydia I PI a'Ve1 loded lan the Alachusa county Jail,
Sable Compousd has et AS 4 the o0eilals at 1 ake City noU led
suffered from {nua e touibles a ad lt . ... i_ .. .. ....
Marsh my phyioman eel4d t a An oear Is expected to come after
o ration waessmry. y the man today.
nd Io sFred Hoollingtn Here.
FAgi FPred solIngton of New Orleans, a
IFu spca nes ^ Pl- ,peal ,wapp land agest of the Un-
banh'. YVptfe VOuI d ted Itatee Government, and Captain
from r ad erb br bn the i N. Wither. of Lady Lak, ipecal
Itm.dard n. y f.orUA. AMP State swamp land agent, are la the

dI8II-flto pecti p to leave today for a genal tour
thoue? fbo tv6 ees, and "nex
p d pai, and bof the swamp land districts of
M .b PtInmlk 1 w ll k Stato on oSelil businees. They will
W o o r IM o down the East Coast, returning
She ho gld.d 511 1 t via West Cast, and ex pect to be ab-
beftbh Al46% - Wt _some tiHMO

Traveling Passenger Agent Pendre
Writee He *s Getting Hoemlek
John Pendrel. the clever -and *.-
clout traveling passenger ageut of the
Clyde Line, who has been I New
York for the pat few months, writer
that he is "setting enough" of New
York, and that he s anxious to return
bome. He expects to arrive about the
middle of february.
Mr. Iendrel Is well known sad pqpu-
lar throughout the entUre State, havy
Inl been connected with the,, Clyde
Une for several years. Hli Gal.e-
Tille friends are always glad to bear
from him, and glad to learn that b
has enjoyed ood health this winter.

The P. IL A C. U. ef A. Will Meet
With Jaxville LoeI.
The m eting of tlhe P. IL C. U.
of A., which will bo a county meets.
_-Al h- f. L-RA &&& I *- - All- 2_- 11 &ft16 -

Mr. Hoaslatm has i0teu d Guate
vule ea tnormr occaon and his
frteds here aft glad to msee a agap .
It 'ls been Intimated that his head
quarters may be' transferred to thi
city from New Orleans.
Jeavons Dramatil Company.
The Sun acknowledges a friendly
call from Dart Rutherford, the clever
advance represeutaUtve and press
aigeMt for the Jeavons Dramatic Com-
pany,, the big theatrical tent aggre*s
tion which will appear In this city for
ome'weex, begfunlng'Monday.
If Mr. Jeavons' company Is as clever
as his advance force, It goes witbout
saying that they will make a hit here.
The company is playing under a mag,
nlcent U ne tent. The stage isa large,
t*o scenery handsome, the appllances
modern. and in all the attraction
comes with the highest recommends.
tion'of the prem throughout the coss-
The tent is lighted by electricity.

wiln b neia witn jaxvie ec. re k Mr. and Mrs. Yancey Here.
iUlie eouth of Well. on Tbwday. J r. and i . I. ance Jr.. who
ary 2. I were m arrid in tAtlata last Wednes
this meeting I beig satepated day, mention of whicb appeared in
with a grmt deal of .ethIalam ..by.
The Sun. have arrived lk t eity, and
those Imeroaed. as It I... t Sill make their future hboe here
it wtlt reult to a gem t del ogo Mr. and M rs.acey will be pleasat.
to those who ati, .n .d. wt .nd . Mspdg. ma
A cordial i tatlo In eateaed to nr loctd th r aMsa Mr IMigetr.
the public, and a laW e ewd to m' a of t Mcth attwNs*
k* utIh V1 u. &W t I S *Aw

Heavy. Impure blood wasoa a eS*
dy. pmaply complexia. ebeades .
amewus, tadiMatOe. This Io
mtakee you wek. pale, sitly. NT'

dock Illrod
rkch. re&

itterws make the blood
pure-- ratre perfect

P"ss*eKayphawes Deed.
WIlm.-i Jan U fo ft-ttjist has.

v a& Ws ser I TI IL

friends 1uIeLy welcomethem.
IWOe LAU"fV3 MONO Quindne
Tablest& X"Mhft Iadme ff
it ftt to am LW. GROVU'S do-
mais. s 6" cahhm.Me.
5* .~agNova tem ailcs
a~t~-~ u J ?.U % II: for

Vy i'tt a Cf Teao*sme

Avcy*- e a W -t7,f- son, out -
A1w" WW b", W i#,s" W4ta~e easeyt')
Im "u erbba w 4op aagsl ew &a ti r
elp It r
Ak vo df 4 to N P6 anet.sstn



E. E. VOYLE, M'gr.

Abstae~ fit W MOOWtab talotuago tos I uume* W %@mMfbt f int W .=1O-
mSa ~e b" ed a "k scow a yam am sdb ihes"W"" WOemve"Ampile,
E ~ n VOFL

Own-dw.w &BOMeaerof WurmNA Awwlawle S M @ WsdU-
Reeg opst*h City Loes.MIESLL FLAO

If You Are Insured..0

;a 62mr taatb sto sbenonible, Have a Polley Oorrowe 0
WT t benrsy Tiwi4 ol~$on trmet &at the 0000"I

5 You Are Assured0
Thal no senioos Um ss vn overcome you without yen have some 4
refute. _ _ _ _ _

None bus Reliabl* Companin Rep'emeeisd.0

Llateirmatw e derfaly fmmtud. e*41JtsaFlJ5Wno A

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I Has Talmbwr
lp I EvDrynklha

: Lishes Way waftLl pb~, 3~ts e

lbs aleby...

IS DU C.DVSAcoo w m


u-u"- ~g,




For Over

ThIrly VeTrs

L~!"~' warns.


BLoRo o JANUAR"'I8, 190R

f Xi. "t

16 fimmGnns tub.cr


VOrlaMUN of AWlama
6ilhieow il Wd er Nerly
nor Yeui Ales Aim nttendt
Pur do b Ouifte In Alaama.

C'. A Ory has been eterina-
1the Arbaa Polyteedka lait-
*lr tar Y twayears. In addl-
i to MB wwk a vet aranu he
bes a-erat- dat of Farmers'
TM waork Ia Anl am had
la very small proper.
hb .tW,t be grow a o large
to tas narly all of Dr: Cary's
together with astitute speakers
other parts o( the Southera
emve the State of liorida ha
t e ona to time to time
0M@ speakers for their In-

the farmers' InstUtute, which
be held at GOaneeville on Febru-
5 an4 7, Dr. Cary will deliver
q& thegood and bad polants In
Sattle To illustrate his lectures
wwill ae o the first day live cat-
,( the Hereford breed, which will
tr t'i ed by Mr. A. Callison,
oe of a native steer, to be ob.
f'et a local source. On the
ed a, Dr. Cary will deliver a
ealuitin these same cattle
they hare been slaughtered,
tng how they should be cut up,
showing how the good cuts in
Improved breed are proportional.
much larger than In the unimproved

Dr. Cary's lectures to farmers' inett.
top have gained for him an inter-
te reputation. He is a graduate
the largest and best agricultural
ege in the United States.

Mrs. MeKhlry's Lecture.
Rev. Mrs. McKastry, who has been
ag at the Advent Christian
for th past week on "The
ld's, Onratest bspre." Ias cap-
aed to attK t good audiences. She
a fnae ad lalelsIve speaker, hand-
her ebJeats with deep Interest.
Lamt aL Ma. MeKlastry spoke
*The "b p the Seove Seal,"
pl r a met nltereetan st b-
Tere wi be o lecture today, but
b, oth mnorls and evening,
will speak, these lectures closing
Hew to Avwld Pmneen als.

TOa s a peumn -m and other
reow rn i r s4 old by taklag
Sery's Hamqd al Tar. It stops th
aU aad mspeh the eld froa the
Stetm t wildly laziatie. Ro
lte may bUkI.e ime the ylkow
paskag. W. MIom A C 0

A Pointed


%lay we figu on furuiah-
ing yolor yownia fnp?

i n N O

,UWs OFP cr aND

Dr.-W. C. Johnson and Captain B.
W. Fontaine wore in the city from
icauopy Thursday.
Chas. Edgar of Edgar. Putnam
county, was a business Ilsitor to
Galnesvill yesterday.
Prlends of L B. Long will be glad
to larm that be is out again, after Per
sulharng with r stubborn case of la I a co
gripped. pmMor
LAwis Bennett of Santa Fe was in
th city yesterday. Friends of Mr. A trhu
Beanett will regret to learn that he l ll
has beea andsposed for the pat two MA
or three weeks.
Coodaetor Cha. A. Marks of Waldo, a a OWd
one of the popular bell-cord yanke rs Ei
of the Seaboard Air Line, spent yee
terday In this city on combined busll-
Sse and pleasure. M
Nicholas George returned yester-
day freo High Springs, where he went I
to look after the sale of a quantity I tolId
of bananas. He managed to dispose al
of seventy-flye bunches. d me
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. for several k id
years a resident of Galnosville, where
she has many friends. but now of
Stark. Is In the city on a visit to Mr. du
and Mrs. J. E. Wainwrlght.
C. V. BSmpson, of the Atlantic
Plumbing Company, hs Kgone to Jack- Lme
sonville on a brief business trip. It
is understood that Mr. Simpson has
closed several pluinbiug contracts ln
that city.
Strayed, from my farm west of
Alachua, one black lmule mare, heavy
built, weight about 1,00 Ipouuds; also
one horse mule, slender built, wellht
about 1,000 pounds. Notify J. R.
Willllams, Alachua., iand receive re-
The Interior or tili store occupied
by the Gainesvill, C')'cle Company bha
been considerably Iimproved by the re
moval of a partition, thus affordta
more room and light. The appearance
of the place IH a great deal more In-
H. D. Derrick has returned from a
successful trip to Micanopy and other
points. Mr. Derrick has been tWe clev.
or and successful traveling salesman GIGANTIC CLIARING
for the Consolidated Grocery Con.
pany, but it is understood that be has J. Manase'o Big Annual Sa
resigned. This Merting.
W. L. Davis, the trucker of Rooky Hundreds of people always
"n-.* was among those who hpe to ward with pleasre to J. Mar
Olaeeville on business yesterday. nouaeaeet of his annual
Mr. Davi states that the lettuce sip- sale, whleb tak place about
pents are about all In now. The last die of Jasuar. Manage
returns for lettuce shipped from bl attats great crowds to hit
farm was 11.73 per basket. this onmeta, for be givs
Attention as called to the baag that are bargala In the b
advertisement of The Duttos Bal, to be obtaled in the couw
which appears In this Issue. This old yr bls gigantic clearlngs
sad reliable financal netitIes Is oa i arday, January 18,
growing in solidity and pp1Oarity Aftmt days- ad he offers a
*ery day. cauwd by the asema fet of tat never eer
tive manner in which its bsisse sedoM eqwuad is Florida.
affairs are conducted. advertisit et la this issue
The musical at the opera he the r which atr only
lat alght under the auspie of KIrby the bargaan he s offering.
Smith Chapter, '. I C, was at r 0B)jayiol LHe at Paire
seaces in every parteular. very
seat in the house was oeepied, ald iulo ha. bee fs
Imayy persns had to sMad. It ru this city to the e*ect that
MNra. Job W. Itel. who le
the largest audience of the eam. o e
'abot two wwk aro for
rather particulars will be give to
Ala, their aerr MB home, I
morrow. Th. weai
The American (oflee Compamr. t1d.. pet sad Mr and I
of New Orleans. has au advertLeast r- mag t beet of 11
to this issue which will pnw f iotr- l M c foror l to op
et to our readers. aince the Vertle- _,
mot carries a coupS good tr St lop Ig instantly
easts towards the preLbat f ad pi. Ip ema, It rha.t', tI
of the famous resek ,Opea eo *. hiy b'rp ,aea- **-e-
reeflha at eats. This obe in mt. At my dng stor.

only -o until March 1. mmd & wl
pay readr to tmke advamm of
opportunity to try thin nemit to"
at a reduced price.
Childf*R OrPf
Tbodl CbirusllhSorI$@"*oI f oINo
Odist churrb sill~ have & sew at t
tb Iif'afIorm" a t s 3a -dck
All the in.rubis rame ergd to 0~
The program isas. foI861
I*iI'Jotkwl i ielses.
sbai talk f" the eUdie.
I)WA 4M,':4 Modlis MW Owwft Mir

RItoctath -441(11 hee
Homw--litroid WAS&.

Racitatkn-Hants DM b
Roodiln* -- Amble b

phuo .*k-H MAWr.

(~iea, sd rofrll(t5

Diem~ t" Ce
The P" wu ewo so o



mWr bm-ledes is the ficr tcb in dw %;A~I t srobb at
:=ri u hen dup )UCc tor LO)b OYD~
cparacter d plam as Inmaae

The Wel lIformed d the WerlK
Id o mod 6mwbde is smj r on" to n dri W6"m rw of"0
ci w ol in d dm 6mm e1 h
-2--2 -o Faorvmsawe dnofFthme Iad Kaiw.l
=0bu da ci 16u vati aminhquuaia Weeo d Aheum
SIw uismImereImedy i des kd k 860d be vWAmm d SY S
zvr d S-Am.mm 1U f-1wd 1 dIw ECAkia Fig S* Co isea
vhidihmmn68wiiNo de of de mastm W CNt phMlici and
Ai""theva etn io is Ri Im d h
Quaft KnIown I ce MWU Known~ CommmmutL
was da rrsrbk pammrar of s-im of *0~ WI( Idam of dw
if ~of m pers.onal knowsdwpamd rmacal anedlshak isteki
il hziived fo whi h o qtravamtat or eeamabWe dunamre me&
& emethas b en Ions &Wd aoraby know
of-Sym of Pgp-&W has aumiaW to wo0d
~ uaw d tno"r fami isaafims. As its pwo
4 d'Yfirm Sam~ u we WN kown ) ,iira
le bflm .d dw woie to beor deobethe osmv
amme elbarae ume of-SyMn o Fip md
,of S- "- mm 1* ofti dw SURS41r
af-Snvod Fas--amd to gat is emk-Cl
4ctsAlhvways naotwh% puchm i ed0
Ram Of dI& ConMany-Cai1l"owaaa :1rup
CA-pamtd o the front .h emvefry &
wheatim m for-Sionwfp
or, O by the ul amni i c
t brrpd SW1 ofUL

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SatWi Younull wilt% a 4ile af one of te Famous liNIMtU TM BRAND
?kill LPrlaha, Wik only b1


Slft O iah of All huh
S aodial- l'ch Melklw, Onheraib, Iron Now. -1 du ss OlWN.
#*dm Imm country lk'iwuga anl Wi her som oiin"ies.
P. 1. hi u251. .miFb. LqOK u. IIB LE. L,

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INota minu isbu t l amo l wot I f. ata

"l French Opera Coffee
city We uanph ou to try ao e mmriutnrl Pat) of thim 4=u6 am .
('1a 1out r v1w e'eqr 14 p:r1 tntIi., asl it lal l willI*v
10t54Wt tg lii w to" ""l o#m a 4p01.55 .e see sid VV.S.bmohIbw.S

ecU.l 14lllm E('41 iN 114 (H)ODh (*

Eor 10 CENTS
t. 'n a .oor&sipsou i sm lus fit YY IV('I PVVUS
Ir. (kind oln ly I.ts IilNVMO lVJ.V. VsMo a, 1. 1, l0

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M McUA ICY.t.. ... EdItor SM PvbbU.M
! atasrr I....! Rlip.

It 16 *Ulm msh Ag ibwds. e

sIow. x' "w b Sow-"
Vow a% ww; my m wg itioo
)IriCat" fo dw Wir, or
004W pod# *1 18" "Ift. p m


saw owy o a aea -toe
opk a""" no& kows on

I i seNO"4- 8 a n s"a

ltsto sa" pierst, and will $
S,~s: SWtotwof IMus"
ag 'r elt, ogi fn M any am~wd thW vU
I kfortarfpearrs MIVeM

a 7s e s hes as
B iye, *'dscrrbsmRSMP b-wkM

ai hav feir the a mm
e f hllMntOLl au h ttn

AObL't wiop eIttowe rd Itas iv.a
J. HM. u w thNa "lo ha fted oa

ht be MM: "Alt purcats
"ia or N t

~I so U s to bah boardia W

I s t f atr b imesad tphatyS

DamI who sent MaMr Saits
m- l wt e a d wto red oeM' da it

#d o e al nkmmeno Maoam.
S TCas ft e oand t it the same
4 "MMlwwrtws." Th@ ptoolthe
IMr IMe" beeo f hiso dSolel foa
t, ' I r .wawowtom,

,t i t C rOlllona Iut of appelsll eai

I u itto rt mast re that Ste,.
Iff n who m M t Msa y or mei

$.' ," I yoI all kisn ou 73 who eot
^' e r e da o orwla druu t

,, lWde Idtitmt aO the ro me Ahae.t
TIe u reMats of ltlit Ooflte uy
m too mubh sdtcatre npols the
S^ s wvl, *and a t t uhrean
-^ *- ( Viaranu ay. that eduoca
i, lid thntema tho mreOs. Soameor
A' i stop Ro.kefller. Caresgie ad
Sie bmeh" before the country *goe
t tbi bowwvows.

I Pa rmee wrtie items for public
Sa In The Int maut a in their name,
S' to ord that the/editur iky know
h o be to Indebted to for the contrtbu.
mao. It yo are ashamed of yoar
r/ '" M or fa tributilo, do a the ktind
an Mto send your prdotitton to me
S t4a Pap. We do not delsre it,
There b now on exhibition at the
Stoai ole of the rloyda laust Coast
W Gy a couple of stalks of the 8Sm
S t311tdM ectta raised at IF.ktn tlast
S& emr. Thoe stalks are nine hiot
;H tl and the branches sprrad out over
IVe feet. The itaple is of an excel.
l gt quality.-.L Augustina Record.

The Ocala Star ani lud auir breathe
S te spiritt of wacre with earh other and
w 1th e whole worl) We have of
t noted In both of thin a degree
t bemevolenoc that hboders on the
maetimatosio. and for (thisl.tUt corn-
Ma liable chmus* of b"at we mus.t.

Van -, b -- WT

Jausary 1t wtnessed the cula
tifk; of n Important stage t el
reat project being worhae ot, by
IHeny ]. Plagler wben'% new, r ll.
road from Misld to Knalh Key was
opened. This line is tbs. pest.par
of the ambitious exteiglni 4 the
Florida Bat Coast really, by wIbsh
the road's terminus will. be moved
from Homestead,, F., to trey Waet,
118 miles further South. On Jaur
1i the Miami, Key Weat and Hi
steamer service was dIasatniedt d
paoseners tor Cubs are ,~a ied
to Kniglt's Key befosw eat.
This kea s within forty-ls of
Key We the ultimate goal kts o
ique railroad. '
IReSaerag I Wld Ere"at wor.k The
Wall 9tret Journat says that coa*
struction work on the etan on was
be an on May 1, 10I, and the fre.
qeat naeering problems.uet wUth
each rtep of Its proes Yhave bead
sucesaafully solved. Stretaht la s
way froa key to key over ptervenins
leans of water varying i dethe from
a few Ineees tos feet, toh aew Hae
when completed will have been built
for 74 miles on land, a nlee through
swoaps and 31 milee oer water. It
has been appropriately iro Med the
"seagolng railroad." On the entire
route a ~ey are cros ed, and the
delay aoompanled the prgring of
material for the aonnect r concrete
viaducts has prevented earlier com-
pletias of the new section.
Included In the 15 mile from Mi-
ami sn nearly lx males of Goncrete
viaducts and 80 miles of embankment.
rting 1 feet above the water to po
test the tam* rOm storms. Th'lnel
had ten ra ia, two of them draw.
bridges with 40-foot clear openings on
each side of the pier, and one with a
clear opening of 100 feet on each arie.
The longest viaduct from Long Key to
Conh Key is 10,600 feet, built In the
most substantial way. In ptle. con-
c ete work on the railway aa coet
more than $00,000 per mile. The road
Is. of course, sinle track. with 70
pouad rails, and is an excellent pieoe
of construction work. For the ex-
tensive reading necessary 4,000 men
were employed last winter.
The oompletio of the road rL expet-
ed to make a wonderful chance In the
de' elopment of Key West. With railn
lrad faclittes this city should take a
position as a port entry on a par with
Galveston. Mobile and New Orleans.
Ke West will obviously be the port
of cubasa trame. being but a little
more than four houjr dlitant from
Havana, and will be the nearest rail
connection for Haytl. San Domlngo
and ta Panama CanaL Prom the
opening of the canal a large amount of
prfqtable buslalnas h expected to orll-
nate, while the winter tourist traffic
is a sure source of considerable paR.
anger revenue. Prosperity and real
estate In Key West have advanced by
leaps since the coming of the railroad
was matde certain. The city's harbor
is expered to provide wharfae space
for 40 deep iwe VesMelIs, with wharves
'0 fett long. This harblr ha beenhu

flled In for
I S1 ftot by

im area ofSO Oeby h
ptump1Iul t nimt fromii the'

bay, and ulmm 1 this ne~l.naiedi" land
will be holit thoe te'rnai'ial Ther. will
also be crw ctet hrre, noterl, Fr l.'Ager
tomplletlon of the last eectoln (if 4
et1le.. to Key wt. t will be j'n Iah.'t. hut
will not be' ac' inilishod tfar niallay

t L bipi et Ob greatest evils In
ortal tbe Iob squarely be-
twaee te qers fT the Rome grand
Jury be abare:
'Te patlo Iater is a far ea
menace to thb commualty than the
blind tier. .
'The e*ovictio of one pistol-toter
in this commnlty woulM do far more
good than the conviction of men sell-
aIn liquor.
I "'A mss never knows when he is
going to shbot down like a dol by
some fellow carryn a a arsenal In
ids hippoek1t
" "rTha,t th trath of It; let a Indict
them asd o as apply the law to them
as lO Vlril'u we know bow.'
"Judce Wrigt has. i perfet a
uracy, the first and lat words
with rlar to a practie which the
ethorttie of this State are Impelled
by their Aths and the public safety
to stamp reelntlesly. '
"The r,0ittote0 we hve always
with u. Wlakey merely complicated
the problem. From an oaelad stand
point, It hls diaappe a be
dll remau s, ever ready arbitrate
some'petty quarrel with the deadly
"There i no evading the slse.
Every man u wh carries a pistol with.
out th aeantion of law is a potential
muqaerer. He may not leave bl home
with prder is heart. But It
needs4tly the sghtLet provocation
to stir the blind blood-uL t l his
velns'and, t e'leaN for the moment
of consequeoe, to report to the
means of deth so eamy at hand.
"When We drive out whiskey and
Itgore as ndllible Its deadly asoee
oy, wO Aeo dangerosly neer maklnu
a aroe ohe entoracment of law In
"When we impose drastic penalties
oa dtrrultog for selling fatal dru,
and complaently tolerate a habit that
reaps ten lts where posloa eap one
-we are gulty of almorst'orlinal
inoonslateacy. f
"Make the pitoltoter an extinct
*peade In GOrta. He has no place
is"lodera ail lUoerl"
,. I



IFJMay Trouble I kes You Miserable.
Almst everybody who reads the new*
papers is sureao know of the wouderfu
cures mae by Dr
Kiltner's Swamjk
Root, the meat kiZ
ney, Ivt awnlb Wad
der rm wly.
it is the greatmod
W trimph atthe

of crientiic raseaseb
by Dr. Kilmter, the
ealinent kidtlev am:
'and Is wonjirfull
ancoteful iii promptly cu ing lamn becii,
irjics MacI, crauixr)4 of be I- mloler and'
ltriglIL'it v %Aih is the woM5
(or (if ki Li cv trouble.
l)r. Kitiucr's SwanP.RoOt is not rec
Iall I:Vii It,' I for e.crT)t iaI 'I (,if on la vt
'0*111i I.. r l~aI lI'l r 4' i t wa I 1
%-ork 1-!,! 11 4 :*,. j'1.*illc, 01(I Ila#
k: Z4,IdCoo 11k :tthat 0

' !tit A ,. i b tll o

~. V.

to L' a .dt: .t 0 toITo'At o t ubkt
r o 4t o

without doubt, thank Mr. Culplpper. Ny that the Cn'lr tate o the r; ", 1. .r': RnpR t.
Whe ee gat revival wervles.are at. Now that the Kan pire State of the 1 ": '* r .n R.t,
racing suc h agovel attention -Tarn. t h ha hanlMhed whiskeyL f m Itsr el tl 'r Js lhstcu, N. V.,
pa Tribune. ttvldrer the authorities are turning r kIt J
4 :-:--.=. --- -. their attr'ti>tkm to the irret v\ll of i _- -- P--,,
Weauchta has lons bite, noted for carritnl i4eneraed weapons. tal. I LEGAL AIIERTISEMENTS
II a.As, but last Sunday was the ly tbh ll t" toter. --.-- ....
Stigae we ever saw bua vnoee Referr"n" It this practices The At .ttYlit' 'rhT ciainaa AD OTaI L
thtM v fWeet high lerrally Wain late C'onstitutai1 says : e Xuq.ij, A ene leaiusM
aiB's ceti-eset products in the ba 'a "Wi th ceirse and pith Judge nar e ssi e sts
M comea from burrb war buih hean. YJtAYS ow t I vy or ToL ee
bta the beasne weo sw Sundaym b or Lt'. .t -u--r ,I w Ma
etlsbere of the good okM butterbean rank J Chney mruaIlk, oah that t' msmt* eS toi
variety. The vine *" a yearr old e (, I*.,teor 'prtne'r of the firm r oft F. I a.". Ar.
W had cldibed a tat e The vine J Chrney A Co.oling bunioes In th1e Ienn t a N. i T ,
wa till bearing and had both banis 'r y of Tol. do iount u,) a State aftti-
and btoo on It.- WaWaula Adiwat'e msid. ant thit a.h d firmlH %ill Ila tbh
ee n .. : llep: uof thlr mof One HIaundired It.!lars fo r l r e
tow Lmad artina( tof tbhe Fr. rand cvr eaw'' of t'.t.Arrb that cannot
Ida Mutl Coast which has bten 3.u6 6 u ip" a mi k, c f uO Of tlrll 'a C(rrh
tiers. to now rranng for the mnove Sorn t btob r' nu ~ and sub'cr! tw
ut-t of Aft(eIto hfllfhe from Alkeo. to may prres~er. this t'h day of -1)
8 t' laleta. & C. and Aufnsta. member. A D [14 A. W OLEASOk),. W
Ga.. Ito nar Mtas. 5riw whre eal ) toowry Pblbt-1
they %IIa sil orwae gp r owi! Mal's CaaLu k (' t Lo take lanter-
tIiY, ald sets directly oa the blood anad6
aud tru grdetag ea the cgte' Iseme surface of the o a. m, 4
a*i, I.lm The part wtI 0os0et1t or teeUmtatols fre
of busianessr aw ad meatAN A 3 Wr O P. J.II ckIT A COt& Teied4oa0
will mae ak e nsft har a*t i so ba hje.
Wt--ft AMW***ne ec' a

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Sea Island Cotton

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It is i t~t the negroes of ty Jail in Orlando tried to gain their
lorida Na li for Foraker. liberty by burrowing utedrnsath the
*Vl if Ti walls. A weak spot \\; 0 found and
Broon, the osity seat of Levy quite a quantity of anml had been
WSepty, ha bLs t.olIporated. Judge dug before they werre discovered.
I A. Pl. i* iw ( otd mayor.

For ladl rblJf'teret and sup-
pt it is p Y that the public 11-
mry in Vran4lIn will-have to be
.mhsd. -

While engaged in pai:lting the hull
of the British steamer August 1el-
mont, which was loading cotton from
its dock in Pensacola, Victor Pernan-
des, a seaman, was struck by a falling

wUl l any way interfere with their
pleasure. -
W. H./Brown came in thts week
from the Everglal n nith 225 otter
hides, which he sold to Mr. R. A.
Heoderson. This mnti.-s 6.oS otterr
hldea he has sold In the la t few days. I
which have brought ahout $2,500 on
the local market.-lort NMycrs Dreese.

The first strawberries were shipped
from lAkeland last w'~ k. though
from the nearby statlos of Galloway
and Griffin shipments In considerable
quanttles have been r,.ularly going
forward for several weeks. The out-
look for the growers Is usually good.
There la a splendid crop, a larger acre
age than usual and the fruit is f9ne.-
Lakeland Newa

yayor Bebrti'p Jbcksonvllle has bale of cotton and knocked into the
Woed ordersit the police to see bay and drowned. Several weeks ago th .Jacksonville
t so almar virit pol an billiard Board Trade appointed a commit
eoms in t 0t dt. Geo. W. Johnson of St. Augustine tee to nvestlgate and see If It could
.. Is building a boat fro'n dally news- be arranged so that a large cotton
The Dunn r ne In Palatka has papers published throughout the Unl- warehouse would be located In Jack.
We pureba& *aLd will be properly ted States, In which he expects to sonvile atAffthat city he Made the
qolpped ad 4onoatauted as a city hos- row from St. Augustinet to New York. shipping ce4tr for the Sea Island
Vttal and, tarP His craft will only he twerlty feet cotton of this section. The committee
--s v long, with about tweuty inches beam. was very successful. for at a recent
The MWe town of Weatvllle was meeting the Sea Island Cotton Asso.
visited a few ights ago by a very Onehalf of each of the parks and nation in .aldosta adopted the recoma-
1astrou Sl One0 drug tore, the squarls in Pensacola are to be re- mendatlon of a special committee for
postooe, ivery stable and a dwelling served as the play ground for the the formation qt a cotton warehouse
were destroyed. Origin of fre un- children of the city. No shrubbery of and holding company with a capital
kaoln. "- any kind will be allowed to be planted of $350,000. Headquarters for the
The puMomr coatned tn the coun- on the part reserved for them. that new company will be In Jacksovllle. I


Brings City Joys to Com ,trlI
Bottled Coca-Cola has this advantage a
drawn from a fountain-the every proP
absolutely right. Where every ingr
automatically measured out, there is M
*&% t% a 01alo k haboiul


Nov tmt

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For CuarImOWnw uy a ler I. ,:,v. -_ ,
tfrebheand invigorate and maks possible drawing. ol s i
strength without lom or Ijury. There aron m y cheap iirton
Insist on Crown Label andbe sut to
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Jewelry, QU'ALITY and EXt'L.'SIVENimK are two tantial
c:'*1racterlntic1 tltt you are sure to revive 1irn', pha euoaommy
-brought alout, this economy, by our constant aim to alwau
son at pritc that you an, sun' to n' gnia a repM npentlng en-
eptional purcha. vahlusw. It N our lildunmint, alwaa In
fore, to have YOI' favor us with your patwnarg. An exqul.
site amortumnt of Rilns fnmim 1$.0 up.

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A Money-Making Harvest for Bargain-Hunters to Begin Today and Lasting 15 Days
Asusual at this time of the year, we offer the balance of our Fall and Winter stock at big reductions in prices
We make these concessions so as to close out all surplus stock in as short time as possible. We must clear th.
floors to make room for our'large lineof Spring and Summer goods. In lt instances prices reduced to leasstha te
Our regular customer lhave, liar Id to take advantage of thiwe Iplcial (fferiiKa, I. w will I*' illnding iin thlir ,ormlrr i i It ,,ttlitiae-ly ulI)nl rwipt
of this advertbsement. iMany of tlhe lot! quoted will therefore IN, closed ,uit shortly. No, tinic m houildl IN ltIt,* ;. thlli ii a vry untsltul411 ctlalce to
procure the biggest kind of largaiinN. Iu dd I a w mrett Ma r r e ir ll 25 1t 50 ps erMit bIehw tDI repir, ml wi I tIheIaume rel
iom pr art a fractiMof rdl Ma. Ther are sMf T-NOrl -Madt WOa ithS e M I t wl py ysle t bost mrtf y. WIq to af
I ipiM a wd we Wn tm dM opfs, tie Uts k b for CL, Ml ma ma M b ar dhP. MwI ts M w of Ir prims:

I d

SMe's Suits
Men's Extra Fine French Wortedl Suiti, in
Brown P"k and Check, that sold for
$22.50, at this sale...... .... 1741I
Men's Suits of Extra Fine Fancy Worteda
and Camimeres, elegantly made. up-to-date
style, gnteel patterns; our former prince
$18.00; we win sacrifice the in iur (lear.
ance ale t.. .......... .. ....1. I l
Fine oQuit Worsted, dark rlil with a
comionatron s tripe ov r plni1. lily cut;
our former price $15.(yJ; ('lia ri' .
price................... .. LII
Fine Fancy Woateds, soft or h nr. 1 tii-h, in
neat, fan itrpeddemign, w ll nret.I our
former pe $12.50; Cletn r.n'. p ,rw $.I
All other Suite reduced in pri)lorti oln.
Men'., o', Idies' and ch'ildren'- Shoe*

$5.. ;

Men's Pants
Fancy Wortcd, mixed lhadeo, in
designs, elegantly inade; fonrmrly
Clearing price............. 4.25

A flue lot of Worstetd, trips and neat plaid
design:; formerly $..0; now...... 5.7
Extra Fine Striped Wor-tds, also solid ,olorw
in black, well m iad and san't he Il*t; our
pris formerly $.00o: ( 'iein price., 1j

Fine .\ll-Wool Rain-prov cent, fornrly $18; ('lering priw. $I11.J
Men' All-W1 l oo 4vrrett, god Ibtrgain f-r-
n,,'rlY $t..0,;*.Crin.g ...... I!.11

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I-~' acta
IAIU Mh' %hL~g if& s A ill 1-) 1qICW V eu, m a lai ,
1ANIOW, P'kir III Prop ntrvll t V146., MawkL, Ish aii, W beag
.-ivas.Iiy tritesawI n OS. aL ta N& IMe te4 a r, 1ra ly 1I ,,W.
IAypliI... ftmk In Virw ianaa mt riibadm;imm, *"-a
toos, lm, I.,nniorly iWWI, EA nne priIL
Imim-wo t p k am in ua mua,*1 l l fW 'tlorw-ftyP$
All uf Pei irso gvo-*tly nwlimml.

liw Ve' em rCoLats im la aft 1 brk ; Urn.wrlvy 110 .6.5
Ali 4 1I44n0 AI At r

lWIJmW lA(h Wa ee, Iritor 6namumuA )is iW, 44
yjrL,.. i $1, I, 0~114t1C pr .im~7 'nu w 1 I
Floor W11itr IAO to 4#4*. 44irWwa 511 "u, i oll In (r, MBMA iMW
1401wo, vkjw 041h w'wit's. all P141^, 10"Maum ly am&*ag~
i.'tj o e Moor1r4 Wno ate4 W.tv w&#A a imm w lp
All ftlvv Walionm s mdJy o lr.J j
'di '_ Yhehl Wibs mast(~iso

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Clearing Sale

We Are One of the Largest and Oldest Established

Business Houses in Gainesville, Fla.


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'. w Onrdr lauSd by Command of
Getes ,l Le. e
M lr Ori at Jan. 17.-Willlis"a .
SUkle, edkutant maoeral and lde of
:jl of the United Conederate Vt.
has lasted from the Wh IPil
'of tM orsanition is t l ,-M
bIllwt0 f1ta general ordey .1 0o,
aeAd of O(awaJ tepaea D. LM5, gaem
"W lth prmefta srroe, t :neral
1 a;ga w arm *aftM--' o eaBC of
n*otha dIrtlt" a*l m o, the
s eooth. .Jm ,ar eRaAed d.
S MsA lsAse n ta. 0t.,
"e a 1~ a tahe city of Balt
| r l- ifntap. Whle ),
e 1 ~d IWUg p of tkla d an amt
Sto war by s uWalth and ,
SF M, tbh ea Srts of blt eai.
Ka Etlla were devoted to oat
S. *ad ** ao battoIl and mteldis
W a oe, 'Mwryhad, r My M ld.'
e tanese Mm a ple oa the awes
i oas of toe eMe-rae yet aeborn.
Of a buooat ad hopeal dtosportlc,
i ndtk a brt an of lote for all. a
| rotd memer of hi s turch. he bse
S me to bita ward."
Imanm Clame That Man SeM e ,O00
I Wortheof Gems from H4er.
(*oagea, Ja. IT.-AtStad a"6 a rto
pert made by Mrs. Ro e arasor, wife
S a palMa, a.. Ju el jr that she
bad ea dubbed o a P dleM Or of
1,000 wertah Jewels, the Chicago
pete smeheod throah every pawa
S bop In the city In an effort to fiad
iMr. Brar" told the poll t"hat
whtle asoeep In her boert Ia a Penn.
s ylvanla train eterlin the aily, a man
elpt to her berth and deftly severed
t. he string of a chamo sdkin bar faa
taed about her neck and escaped with
; e booty.
Mrs. Baraaov decla od that she saw
a. asa, btIed to have ban th thelf,
t trod the tal as it was runoin
S owly through he rallrd yards nar

s d a.eay action of tha
bowels, aSia gledoe of Dta's ReW
Io ta .k 6l0 Trotmat U r e har ib
*a -- o M1 L .. ants a box. Ask
F 4114 frat 0Mhi
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The PN is Miher
Than a fire-engino when your
house is on finr, bocaums it in-1

dtantly tumrr thli e Ptiro value
of your hl1hlio.tliat iA, when
your minto 6 mm inednuc upon a
strong policy f;r

Fn .r.OWN
in tho tIookod (wapusnm. Wintr win&
am e*pIksmid "ih to big Nlame. How
SbMMlt yow 1ImA? II tW In s4k yh.
Ofty will at nwmr inimai it qW" mvilA of
a Um Inma youU. TH(INK.


2E ggty of Wem FLEET OI -IA COvo.
Aafa*B Pmakes them shrink from the g
bdduato qatlona, the obnousa e aglJ d of etwtan S t
*naotlmsad uiploeaant local b 1reat- ,I mS UnMd ts.
1Mt0, 1whh Msome physiclaw comnder Washldntc Jan. 17.-The follow-
aemsmtal t he treatment of diseaes of an exchaNag between Mr. Dudley, the
aes Yt, If help cn be had, It i American simalador to Brail, and
harto abmit to this odal than let in to e
SAth 1 s Wre ad sPd- The trouble the st ate depart nt In regard to the
bta so thO aswoma neroeall vieit of Adiral ras' fleet to Rio
t M aad shams lr nothing. Janeiro, was mase public at the state
id woeu habe h We department Thursday:
-owre or, 21 S^ 2rsv l "Petro o, BraiUdl--4r. Dudley ro.
Awh g0 n, ports a sl4pr reoeep of the
ad laI ~Seat with e *bo rat pwram by the
S pretdent aad people, the Ameraesn
Sand Brasia fsa l yr g ta toeth~e from
I a I Moamen Paloe. Tho officers were
1a1=4 ~ OEMI. U s i received ai dined by the preadent,
*alehll, m *mae it lmllns and wiU he gvea a banquet of 600
*ng 1P iba s l ba y-rt eoI ; covers by Sarm URio Braaco on the
a. d y meu t tl ant, at whih ~ uy aar
S' dl-tWiLt suuMsa to f ad la i0 to 6 the hief peerr"
aasmtE hea mB tealt In Lhe Ie "Departmoet of etate, WluVAinton,
asmeral sdheoef Mami. m Ja. 1-ib secretary of tato re
m 9 d Of e n est s Mr. Dudley to express to Bar-
s ta s o Bro his kind personal reo
sead 60 tW_ ali I asnSa iuA, at the harty appratio of
a se I r Dr. LV. Paes, of the Amerlean vorvmenan himself
a . The. -mf-el e- aof the eaglal bospitaN lth whick
r- lo hi amW Ire the Amestcan fs, eet is~ received
a" Of da .o amddn l, a
Mt.a -t- slr by the preidnt and government of
~ L' mm ?ami m I I a i Brall, and is delighted to feel that
h48ema ta what thyake a me6. there lI extended the same friendahlp
is leta fept thotiatha like so generoualy extended to him Tn
a d l a l obird a 100."
at i 3rd r3horlte Pre. -
$artiased bf samws o0 nse. It uWh*
m, wk mw ntroc aad ..k am

T'he senate bha pued a Joint reso-
lotion reducing from 624,440.078 to
$11,6,.192,the war Indemnity of the
United Stater from bhina, growing out
of the Bozer disturbance nl 1900.
Cardinal 8atoll, formerly papal
delete to the United Btates, ahu
bees soiated protector of the Si81
ton f Ioatto. or the Friends qi
Mary at the Foot of the Crom, wrhos
mother hBoOsead aovitiate are at Ner
ls, Maplona oouty, Kentumky.
The Wteseoas AatI-Prohblitlon uas.
dalttes ohas mploed its peormamu t
aorbtalmtto. A *agrtelvo a
PalUM Is pmied throughout the
Owvln to a de ser In businee all
dvisio npelatedants of the Miel.
a8 Ostral rtdway r ave been orwerod
to layr a s ay employees as bus-
**m will lerlt.
Itk Mai Lmt milk, blongta to
the Hadleytawor oopaay. at en.
ore, Oct., we burle 'Tbrvdy. The
loam wrll reach 1.0.00:; lusrsd.
Daalel J. Bully. who eanesere the
most tiatle cotton cover ever at-
tempted some yers ago, and who
talked for someth ns like $t.000.000.
Is rtMwred to have agla entered the
A Card.
This s to certify that all druglsts
are authors d to reftd roar money i
roIey's Hoey and Tau flls to ore
roar moubs or ood. It stops the coush.
heal the launs and preveta seriout
reptst from a cold. Cure I grtppe
omehe and prvrts peummoai and
coasumptlon. COotam s ao opiate.
The aIulo Is l a y yellow package
Refuse substittes. J. W. MeOollum
A Co.

nSould your baby sauer? wnmn no
I fretful ad retless, don't expert,
meant on him and use any old thing
your neighbor recommeds. Buy a
bottle of Whte's Cream Vermifuso,
greatest known worm medicine Lnd
cure for children's diseases. It is mild
In Its nation, builds up the system,
makes thin, puny babies fat. Mr. J.
C. Smith. Tampa. pIa., write: "My
baby was thin and sickly, could not
retain Its food ad cried all night
I used one.bottle of White's Cream
Vermlfeo and In a few day baby was
laughing, happy and well." Bold by
W. W. Johnson.

Other Steamship Lines Cut Rates.
Montrea. Que., Jan. 17.--ollowing
theo nation of to White Star and Clyde
ineo In cuttiag rat, representative
of the Canadlia PaetSic and the Allas
sad DomlnIts staaship companls.
at a ooferaee held here, decided to
make a cut la autwaod second cabln
Sad teera rtes to Uverpool apa
SIandlnavlas port. Te redcotfo
are from 16 to 30 per cent. second
oabin rates to IAverpoo being cut from
141.60 to 630.
Carrie Nation
Certainly washed a hole In the
ha roo0 of KaMs s, bt Balards
Uoreboa d SYr has ashed a rO
ds as a ore har ouaghs, hbredt
tIflueas and a pulmaoarm dimesse
T. C. I.--, UHrts. Kuanas, wril:
"I have never fead a m*dJole that
would earo a o0h so q4tckly as B .
lard' Harebound byrp. I have use
it for yea." o"l by W. JoMhno.

*eIns Firm in IBankrupry.
Mirmnaa m, Ala.. Jas. 17.-the
rm of. N. Waler & Co., oeottn oo,
mission merehats and lahmmace
agents of elma, b h state, were
thrown aInto tavlutary bankrupte
aup petiUoa lied ta the United
tage court Ia oMble. UablUtes
are settated at somethl like ball
a million dollars and assets about
I M.-.

--.. .. A WM AN W U i TO M itTi
Sank Omffoeals Under se
Duraro. (olo., Jan. 17.--Charl ed M WRave a se car ** r uaN
with having received deposits after a e w h Olae
they knew that the Colorado State The h1 et eetr ofe a feael i oe.a te
bask was laoiree. ourut of the o. ea 'nest amil of fila meah. S
s ltmel Ia if the h at I waed wkh
cere and dirootore were on Wedai eOant haI aM and jaHrng eW, It a
day arrested la attaoameat altsa n ew kn w o eamd by a pareMethat
brought against them by John agiSllhr, buNr leto te te aIp to the re ef the
Thoe arrvA ed are D. N. praa a.bair. wbere t s the vkta Te I T
tie s whit. soaleO ths m threw up tI
W (* ('halpman. rrank Idredg and mberrowt arn ealsd damdrlt To
Wan Hlamnpui a They were released eaa& pe a jM t thb ad to oep
on boud flUring hair. that et killed
Newbr's Her pdtMa. as eoatrely new ro
opeela Announcement Regrdlin the sut of the ehwelal akbrater ~mtroy'
Nateinal Pure o and Dr O Law. ith|e darer ua, ft r tow*. oe
Sthe fatllin hair. &ad a 1t ovot h oeb
We are pkawed to a1boatA e that, old hWy leedinig 8rwtw. Seed i. to
ipley's luoy and Tar for coughs. stamp* M samples to Th Herpede C* I
trl ... .... L r. MNa

A ds ua Uunga trolm Pis o IO ot t"i
by the NatSal Pur Froadd Id DruM
klw a It contais so oplatea or other
harmful drAsa. and we recommmn It
.u a cf remedy tor children and
adults J. W. MCoR4tl A Co

lundy Games fer Mobl e
Mobtld. 4a J.].n T,. r'.. '
Omact: ha u t iu' . i': .1 a
pd i tk, ar. %t #-etrA. hut:
drol vlttl!-14% .- *;) !a, 'r ,l '.; a ',
b Ul tn bt. r *!,

I F Ovw Saty VYere
Mra WIslow's meothing Syrup has
ee sed Mor ~Uh-ea's oeethlag. It
eat s the tlMad tftWe "t as.a
In-th ea ms. A Y w #a
b so b"e nu ir ldb mIs.

Two asIee-O cots and S1.00.
J 8 I.oditordt & Spedal Ags ts

n m A KAW.j.. a..,,em
COr Fast MWaalc St aad Soth
Oak Ave, Phone 46
Lamee' and QrreW Clethng arn
Mat ClanIed an PreedA ad
Dreemaathg Dea oa Sheet
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Our wbhi have no epal for i afare dck
vroo bhk whbsome t to
-th eyre the bat to mm b
wauDTbkb their Pp 11ft := Dw,
noVthmm TheA5 vim :3 SiV_ th
Corn and Rye is pON fonP
in each of te flowing brands:

Pbw rWU uQuarm (bigl*),U
NEWIewhKekourbas ee Pmre Old Cue. *a*0;-.S

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Tampa &C E JacTsoV E lleRi '


IA'\.V ai nceville for Alicanopy. Iairticlm ai lo-
cal points South .......... ......
Re turning, arrive O ,inesvill ......... . . .
lA'-v\' Gaineaville for Sampjon ('ity. Palatka.
Lake City. \aldsta_ and nll riw; .. V -

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Returning. arrive Gaineeville .... .. .........

10:30 a

6:00 p
9:2 p

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Fcuruitwurv, Sld on Easyu
vivzents. Show (-ase
NI jilt- to der. URepairing
~ Mh.4mjY Sell s'u Coin.

sturage him u Cbm is

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i rui Dm~t r yd But No
Les of Lft Sported.
pourtu Prl ce. Hi, Jan. 17.-A
serious earrthqeL ha occurred at
Sonavies, 6 a1led irthwest of this
ety. A few boWe have been de.
troyed and' other wore damaged.
Mo o1 0of life ,s heep reported.
CommUtnlctoatMI wthe town is
broken. The hochs bontlnue at In.
lervala. Tbhe I t shoct wva followed
rb a tidal w'Ve Among the bulld
bag destroy ar the commercial
houses of Herraam A dor and Jo.
Ibert. }
Gonbertl. o of the most triv.
og towns of the Haitian republe. It
a Otlmted oa *0 or glf of Go.
eavles, 4 allifeathwest of Port.
auPrince. It hbW good harbor. It
exports cobf, dyo wood al eottona
and importA ftm the Untod States
'dr goods ad proeblons. GonavId
a btshol's e sad ha a popular
(oni of about 1,000.
Irn MaNy e a CandM"at
Atlanta, Jan. 17.-Hon. Thomas
wson, a i er of tie prison com.
mission, who a decided not to en.,
ter the rue Wor rede te to that polt.I
son, may bOe a ddldate for the
o0ee of raUllr4 oMluleMer. There
are three raotaOM4 oImldaorM to be
edte x aet Ott6er, tw to take the
place of thoq WotOte4d by the gtv.
eroor, othaittena George Hllylr
and Puller Caiowayt, sad the third
to succeed Coaltsstoner H. Warner
Hill. whbom tens expires Decembte
1. 1909.

The Joy .
Of lrina t to have sood health.
Use Herbinekvd you will have bush-
els of joy. Too need not be blue,
fretful ad have that bad taste In
your mouth. Try a bottl of Hrbne,
a positive cre for all Irver complaints.
E. Harrell, Au~ t, Taex write: "I
have used etwbtbe for over a year,
and find It a fte reulator. I gadly
recommend It as a ae medicine for
dyspepia." Por ale by W. M. John-
Colony of Nethern Parmers.
Amjrlcus, Ol., Jan. 17.--Twenty.
seven northern farmers traveling to.
gether have arrived bere with the In.
temtlon of purharing farming lands
and insatutotI a colony among them.
selve. They sue thrifty, sturdy
femIoe d lM proe a aIable C-
qulaUtlo to later ouaty. s several
tandowners b are Intered to the
movement labUtut t to brain northern
farmer here to sele, ad other on-
siderable pareas will follow shortly.
Cruler Agreond; Sadly Damaged.
Kil, Jua. 17.--The New OGnraa
armored crauer 8obaraborst ran
aground near Duelk Wdaeeday siCht
while engaged in volutiUons. It iI
reported that a hole oae hadred fat
lo8 was torn i ber double bottom.
Three of the erater' astoke boles ta
mediately Sied with water, and it
was neo ary to cloee the collision
bulk-bead. fa order to prevent her
f m slakla. There were so oa

Simple Remedy for La Grippe.
La grippe oofhs are dangerous as
t1oy frequently develop Into pneu-
monla. Poley's Honey and Tar not
,i!ly stops (be cough but helss and
tr'ngthens the lunp so that no sorl-
'.- results need be feared. The gen-
'n. o Foley's Hoey and Tar contains
Harmful drugp and is In a yellow
Ikge. Refe substlttes. J. '.
N" ('ollum & Co.

Judge enanas Funeral.
oi-,mbea, Ga. Ja. 17.-Tha fi
r.il of Jdoe J. M. LeanSrd tooi
P;ac Wede01a ay aierooas d was
larely attealds. The auabers of
amn Bea. ., UtMte Coafedera
(IaSI. a 14-a the f e .mI ei

All the Gold

Could not Buya

fodug. G& Aurust 27. 1 k
MUura. 3R0. Da rr & Co..
ChiCGoI 1Ls
In 119r Iii a dlsaa-wof lftoma
g-A Some b OLph*yicins toid Mett wa
"Md"Me aoium3Uon of the Liu"g
MnMmumpdon of the BoweL. Oe
1bw f :sr l,=weulnot ,IIlSrt unw
pnIhreufs rlu pes I uiurd U1
emsed en
ma sod blomb doctors'
dons remedies 4=6dI cI bodi
the awkeL Gaum not diledpauIny
ats. w b A 6 190 r ]01 p kited.
0 0, W- A zas a poor
EAA MW h;;;ted to t rIe ff "P.
I elm owtbow ofKMDOL OYS-
boflt ALL X'HB'OLD0I
%8O241A COULD OT OUT. I kept as
wing It and ianto onhs I werwA bok t
" 0r wwmc, "oN a L &Id lnthroeemo i
S "I awn h" I still use a hllew
maslfsliy as I nd W a f14e bft loW
pm Itol long and proper.
Yo very truly,

Thils only sasam lI of
%hs grt good Atfl i
djaly done everywhere by


for Dyspepsi.


A Wedding Day lremlnden
William James, the famono payhel.
oghit of Harvard, said at a dinner In
"An odor often hiring back me& a
ories that we had thought barred tor.
ever. As we regard some otrean
landscape it often seems to us that
we have been Just here baefa The
oddest, the most momentous asseoe.
tons oftentimes attach themselves to
the most trifling things
'Thus at a Tbanlu gln dinn that
I once at'.~ted the hostess Mid to a
tour faced mkn: on my left:
"'May I help you to omne of the
boiled rice. Mr. Smith?
"'Rice? No. thank you-no rite for
me,' Smith answered vehemently. 'It
is associated with the wort mi take o
my life.'"

All the World
Is a stage. and Dallard's Snow
Unlment plays a most promioet part
It has no superior for rboumatiamn ti
Joints, cuts, sprlns, and all pains.
Buy It, try It and you will always
use It. Anybody who hu need Bal-
lard's Snow Liniment la a Ivint prbof
of what it does. Buy a bottle. l5c,
60o and $1.00. Sold by W. M. John

AJLu eRai. aMI asa"ealns

IAbam. sC r .t y sbeUe -
tb B U.- Ir
Truease, mel earn

Aulcta Coontj Abstract Co.
lnarortaraWdl ..
Pvrry M ('.,:,an Pre. J W B11adls VIer
IPres t (:Coiw d s ee..Tr'
tiAIN; .- 11.1 E, FLA.

We do an exclusIve Abrsact bal
sea. with faclltles forla ,Im rtl ru
atoratloa concern l te Tite of
my uad all lands tn Amlkb emoty
I3 bess trIast I g ImIt?.


a body. ~ larchaS snnty Le 606,4E) mers
arma, his 246 milsw rmod 9
mile wInos rood raw.as
CA3z puli whoOk, 17 phaph
8A'FOR A plants, 2a' sa mIlSo11 bon am
ad Ihbouse. foot as i a pi
KWY IM A """ I$* doe'.e epof, *Mo. ris. 9SP
as I.. y 0,potate1. PIMVPpl. a

Beers the ,mi!mmu e caneand all kin& of v TP bf,

'r~ Gainesii!1c1 the Cotwl kuI.l
Weid" O GOP4 f lisp !, j r .A ebtatlhs, two pOb
~'~'at mm I do for you. srr w4ml'., the. Vai imahy of FkrWd
Yol 70 emroefO tv,1"$@a srlt, aehnrI, o sewerpel
''b S that 11 4k o Pt I* pC sum I low a llud ". t
Lo M7 Of" Im~me..W-Xiw ToC6 wate r,. sltv Siam 1 M. .010"
s 9,10 irhti. tWo 1*9 bfeso
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t WAO. Iwe ton lf et was
'"Mo cc ao wow boom"- of owp"J*l eI o me e Obw
troy OW, ft N* it A Isa t ,,, fsu-wry. see ? lw0%diys
me uestIr..sas .P lipS s, ~tsolo. mj
had bow has vw"leanem ~b
ata lr Ui v *r Wo. t,-.. h. em v.l rl
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Office over Duttos A Co'. Bau1
Phone 3O0. Oainesville. FlaD



Office over Galnesvllle National Bank.
Phone 200.


OMOe la Miller Law EIxhanle.
Offiee Phone No. $48; Residene No. I~r



I OAnsUsvUL.



OAINE8VILLE. Aluhua Oo., 'LA,
Ofiee lI Haymarn Rlook.



Oan sell you. slty property, (*IS
proved and onlmproaed), phosphate,
trueklafr ad farmIn lands. kld hla
a list of what you offer for sle. t14ft
And Bolieltor in Eqolty
Roe' E tate, Ooor.eaneing and GOe.
eral Praetleo. All busieoes promptly
attended to. Oo*e next door to nu
ofIe. OA!Nanvit.lt,. FLoauIa.


Pnatio et all Courts, Utate .3

OfeM over e066"vUI. Natimal Beak.

A Wasa to the fsho at NNW
ppw solvlstis ova ~
methods Wa a"Mde a po
by the grftt p~bD*W b oo@ d
Barpe r &Bas TiIsebof--M
smisted. se by a wrl brS
popubt swuw and two" bF
as sahuerw writU. TWHeM
w""r oro Wo
wMastulmd wt e Inawoa

aIetlagve aM' ietin
The o .qe'd s a amis eam

pow *ad "ast'lub" no b
Mo somelm od to wo
.huewaer pet .w 59E

10be 0*o as .bmawe
tobsa" esl se nlewm
pe v fru f Osfm sU 3 o 0-


189 ''90






Jacksunville and New York,
Oalling as CHARLESTON 8. 0.. both ways.
The Finest Steambhti i the Coetw isu kSie
Clyde New England And Southern Liai
Freight Berele Between JAOKiONVLLLN 80 I sd
PROVIDIUNOE. ad All Maters oIte
Oallins at Charlesoa both wa.
aSothboud ...... .................... ... Plea lei Wharf. etso1
Noothboond ..... ...... From foot of Waablatoom t.. JoesoavUle

Clvhd St. Johns River Lne
Stopping u Palatha, Astor, Bereford (DeLaond), ad laterHratMd Lrde i
on Si. John River.
are appointed to sail as follows: Leoae JAcIaumvis&s. daily ezxept
taturdays, at M;K A p.u. It. eiurna ieOVe bAMNPUn, oeily
exo pit luid ays, at lit O a. m.

Leave 3:30 p. m.................. Jaksoville ............Doe 5:00 a.L.
Leave 9:00 p. m................. Palatha............L.... e 10:00 p.i
Leave 3:00 a m................... Ator.......... .....L ve 4 1p.a.m
AITe ...................l.. ereaford (DeLand)......l....L vO 1:0p.
Due 9:00 &. m................. Sa ford................. ave 10:00a .
Duo 10:30 a. m...............Enterpri ................lave 10:.6am
-~ --
Passenger and Ticket Offle,. 12 West ay Street, Jmaehe. itl
H. H. RAYMOND. Vice roulsdent and oGneralo MasaW, New Tork
H. W. MAYNARD. F. T. M. A. C. HAOICRTY, 0. P. A.,
Pier 36, N. R., New York. Pier o, N. .,, New Torik
S1,. 8.CROBLR, C. A.. P. M. IRONMONOGR. A. 0. P. A,
Leenburg, Fla. JacksonvlUle, MI
Jacksonville, Fla. Pie 8, 1N. ., New aYork
C. P. LA)VE.I. Asent. JaeksonvaIe, a.
General Ofteso, Pier ,8 North River, New York.

ReWtalen and Jobbers I

Staple and Fancy Groceries,
lrsea, lItnd. hed W FUertll I.r
Sigoers market pree rpaid for Otbekeos. EUa Md others Pr r
A Oopleie sto okf Hyal Cor, Usme Flor.", M ,a Mi-
sad We hsdle o the VRT I I Lw
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Clumrko iteioe wilas 5he 1w Pa'b IIt I at~ roth& iu Sen11611, Gee 066 am t mPn. m
ltos *ad Wayvejunbatin fur Jasmip Aiwt s od a$ obsno,v ie MupAs
rat tafusrnetia" a. lo c, .0et.e Iti UaLtbUbefm, 4u4m u yfaell utUeo usb einA ru
nLatst Nine I? IOW111 1dLu l.U.Oek.
AT LANTIC ICOAST&, YrJd.s. I. IfuP1(5Ks.Usq uY.ese ,qu




North, South, East ad Wed

'Hi'rotw!h hi'u!imi:;sr $4-rvicO1o)n AIl Triin

Consult the "Purple Folder"

Vur qlvaj-~ui..timf g.atuu, *, sd11e1tie, mumt sam l rw
VAItN016, -, 40 your r *r4re Tioket Apnt
or writ, or mll on

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I hat Has Happend sad What le
Mga to Happen Told hn on Parr
i pM So That h Who Run may
I R, ad r It In Thie M .
i e apple and pneapples. J. 0.

;' e Malaga grape only 20 cents
IW poad at RaIer's.
U.ger abeese, the gusulne ar-
Utiae. Maaders & narie.
SUMa Walt o( Parbanksr i In the
f a s viett to tifrtmda
I yItn hI4 eioud anythaig ee I
I ad4werUla lia he weat eoluma.
Te ,waat ad. Iad nsrvants. Not
aWaye-eat Itatllibly. lit usually.
Was. Thomas of Alaehs was trans.
ai a g business in this city yesterday.
Rem mber the OGalaevlle Dairy
wba loevd of milk or orm 0. T.
Mmibrook. Mr. Phone 171.
A tall liae of fresh eats today.
Order early If you want the obeoee
eatt. J. 0. H darrod. Phom M.
--. 1 1-1

Csmlt. celery, tle best on the
market. aaders & Barie.
- Mrs. EP. F Atroer of Rochelle was

W. G. Richardson b returned from
a busineri -p't6 High Bprings.
L. 8. Seroble of Leesburs, commer-
Scal agent of the Clyde Line, is In the
Florida lemons, the beat yiut ever
aw, 156 cnta per dosen. aunders t
Loals Rawla, a suooetul farmer
of Alachu, wrs trading.l the city
MIs DaRye Huey of Rcckhill, B. C,
Is t the ety on a visit to her san
Mrs. Jamea Doig.
jeorge Bylea the succeaaful mercb-
sat of Widorw, was a business vista
to OalnaRvo Iyesterday.
T. L. Ckstan, a well-known cit-
son of LIveak, was a business vis-
itor to this ity yesterday.
Dr. H. LI Montgomery of Micanopy
spent Thurday with friends In this
city and on business combined.

I Columbia graphophonee and all the
latest records, both cylinder and disc.
SclGa OnslavlleU Cycle Company, opposite
Brown House.
a d C. W. Chae has returned from
Ocala and other points in the interest
W I1of the Dutton Phosphate Company, of
day which he is president.
"Dr. Thomass' electric Oil is the
d n best remedy for that fatal diseae-
i if 8 r croup. Has been used with success
In our family for eight years."-Mrs.
L. Whiteare, Buffalo, N. Y.
The Woman's Exchange is now open
,* .' In the China Palace, and solicits all
Florida s ru In half-gallon bottles kinds of woman's work, especially in
SBunders & Earle. tne line of edibles. Open every Sat-
Western mutton for today's trade. urday from 9 a. m. Membership
J. 0. Harrold. Phone 25. fee, $1.
Mrs. J. H. Prater of Micanopy was U. Harold Porter of New York, as-
shopping In the city yesterday. distant to the president of the Tyler
Jesae I Orifn, a well-known farmer Lumber Company, has arrived fronm
of Jonesvllle, was tradlg In the city the North, and was in this city yes-
yesterday., terday. He expects to remain in this
Pickles in bulk--cucumbers and action for some time.

sweet mixed--lso mangoes. Baund-
ern & Irle.
Deputy Sheriff L E. Story of Wind-
sor wau In the city on ofcial busi-
ueo yetesday.
Not to read the clasalffed ads. Is
to turn your face away from genuine
opportuttles every dy.
New Magle bicycle. Just nl. Call
and ae them. Galnevtlle Cycle Com-
pany, opposite Brown House.
Baroey R. Colso bas returned from
a profsatonal viat to Trenton and
other points In the West and.
One pound package of Majeotic
coffee ad handsome nickel-plated
spoo for 10 oents. Saindr & B arle.
A want ad. Is quicket-it lnds the
new employee, sells or rents p1tperty
while )ou are "thinking" about other
0. Ilartwell Kelley of Prairie Creek.
manager of the Kelley awmill, was
tranacting busincsa in this city yes-
IHarry Beigler of Waldo has return-
ed to his home, after a brief visit
to his aunt, Mrs. J. H. Alderman. in
this city.
Roadmaster R. R. L Robinsoft of
the Atlantic Coast IJne has returned
from an oclal visit to Palatka and
other points.
Don't forget to order your groceries
from J. 0. Harrold Phone 25. He
gives persoal attention to orders and
makes prompt delivery.
Why They Outsell-Blue Ribbon
flmanw and Vanilla Extraets outsell
all others because ofthtr absolute
purity. great strength and delilrcto
I aor
Do )ou eat oranm ? If so call at
Rteder's store, Wast Unna street.
500 dosEa for sale at 15 cents per
dosen t wj duarn for 25 cents. ore
rwet each by the hundred.
rTf publ' gt'erallr Is cordially Dn.
viuad to attend the elxrclse of Stone
wall ('amaV. U C V, on Monday. Jan.
uary lth at lt olock a m. it cDm.
tautwltratnt of the birthday of G neral
Robert K lte
the iaio tll. Ie ItHalla and 1ool
IPrkw anbouutcrO t't Tuo-day and
Pri4dy artowrous o( eacr week. I:
to 4.30 o'loek. Ill be spewal after-
Moons for ladles ant further notice
ladle are asured of the iost cort-
t14u atteaUti
A 8 Anderao. for several yrs
a ratdet of this city. belag rommece
Ith I tm Dte ts lIaephae Cu pamy.
I to r-rWd Is NuHe ill a Hot
Sprlage, Ar.k rrtiae of Mr. Aador
n tra uthat hs W eab fw ot aw
d a rsme twra. ad that be wt
a be eomapetLy ree d.

The Sun is requested to state that
the meeting of the Ladies' Aid Hos.
pital Assooation, which was to have
met with Mn. Richards today, has
bean pootponod until next Saturday,
and members iill be governed accord.
L. P. Rinker of Micanopy, one of
The Ia's oldoet and appreciative hb.
acrtbr wa 1b the city yesterday
ad called and renewed hils ubecrip
tioo. He reports the Graham orange
grove, of which he Is manager, aI
good condition and the prospects oen
oorasagt for an average crop of fruit
next year.
Mrs. M. D. Tarbox and daughter:
Miss Beale Tarbox, of Chicago, are
In the city, guests of Mr. and Mrp
rank Dexter. Mrs. Tarbox owns
valuable property In Galnesvlle aad
other sections of Alachua county, and
visits Oalnesevlle every winter to look
after her Interests. She has numerous
friends here who are always delight.
ed to see her.
tordon M. Wienges, who has been
in this city for the past few months.
acting In the capacity of offoe deputy
for Sheriff 1. W. Pneldl. has returned
to his home In Macbeth. 8. C. Mr.
Wienges raided to Gaineevile at one
ime for several year, during a
greater part of which time be was
connected with the sbriffs olke.
He has many (riends throughout thi
section who regretted very much to
ee him return to Ms old home,. one
of whom regrettng it more keenly
tan Mr. 'eaw.ll.
Manager N. A. Callso of spring
Park Parm wa a buaines visitor to
this city yesterday. He was Jotned
here by Oeo. lP. Westo. for everal
years comected with the ftaos B ilt.
more arm, the Vandewlt esatt near

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T. W. Hands

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Gainesville lational-lank

9"w Co" Ed ciq hsa

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

J. L. Medlin R. D. Crwford J. F. Jackon
Wm. R. 8teckert Dr. M. H. DePus T. W. Shand

Henry Davis
Cha. A. Faircloth


Rev. Those. P. Hay, wife and son,
Park, have returned from a pleasant
visit to relatives and friends at Char-
leston and Edisto, 8. C.
Monroe Venable, the naval stores
and lumber manufacturer of Archer,
passed through the city yesterday en
route to Jacksonville, where he was
summoned on business.
Ex-Senator M. L. McKinney of
Ilradford county, who makes his iome
in the thriving town of Lake Butler,
wasamong those who favored Gaines-
vllle with a visit Thursday. Mr. Mc-
Kinney ii well known throughout this
section, and his friends are always
glad to see himq.


5 Cents Per Line
Each insertion, but no advertise.
meant taken for less than 20 cents. Six
words make a line; no fractional Une,
every word over each six eonting as
an additional line. CASH In advaSce
must accompany all orders for tnset.
tons In this olumn.

LOST-Pointer gyp, wit, heavy liv-
er-colored spot. Return to J. D.
LOST-Plain solid gold beauty pin on
the square. Liberal reward for re-
turn of same to this ofea.
LOUT-On Wednesday ast, in front of
John Aleok's fruit store, brown alII-

gator-kin hand puree ooatalatg be
tweot three and four dollars an di-
ver. Liberal reward for return of
same to H. H. McCreary.

rOL' RENT-Two furnished rooms
Apa7 304 W. Church street.
FOR KENT-New ve-room cottage in
0Soth lasevll. Apply at Bool-
ware's store or ea o* a.
fOR RENT-Two large down-tairs
roams for light housekeeping. ooe
block kom square. Apply Sn office.

CY- '-' - .- -- --- - ._
FOR SALB-HouM aad ats. Mrs.
M. D. Tarbox. 701 8 Unrlvelty.
POR SAL--Black reod tboa type
writer ribboa for legal work at
The au odee.

Asbtville. J4 C.. but who for the pasut I SORl L-lxty VSred Plymmthl
two or three years as b een his o WrLte W. y. Joe l.
own farm. Ardle. N. C, which i eWhsM Roc a. PD.TNo r.
to be one of the hamdsomeIe ti tt.hat -- -- -. -
setion of the tate. Mr. Weaetoa s FOR 8ALE-oo-d lve-toom eotag*.
a great personal fted m o Mr. Callimsao with bath, i North datesuilUe.
havltg visited hi at pritag Park Hoee mmrt mw. ooed ot. arre
Irtm spo rveMa lom, I a bat. Appt to J. Gooe.



CAV. V. HYDL Vm~vs.


Grond rle,--ext to Fetele.
Ceraenleatly Lecate Yet Private
Not "the oldest bank in the city" but
the oldest established retaant, the
beat equipped, and the place for ladies,
gentlemen, and children.
OYSTERS "The famous
O Y 0TS raContinentale

Regular Meale. Trading Tlokets.
We do not promise something for
nothing, but give you the best service
poaible ,t a reasonable price.
special uppers for parties served on w
short notice apomibe. Eg good
in seao. Open early and os late.
, See the e*etio nM CAE O mew o:
" Wei tO t0 Wb we ,,,1M,"

u hou .." ..
id Pitu me ..,

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