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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: January 21, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Volume ID: VID01181
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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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XXIV, NO. 296


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1908 TEN CENTS WA .


ffipm niTuPI ULUC EXCLUDED.

IRbLU DE H'n AIsonlMln. M M ade In the Tri a
of Harry i<. Thaw.
N.w York. Jan. SO.-Th, most U,
e a toatUs BeTO that ha yet bern
W M mTtade by either the prosoution or the
Si qi ELpMC feten$e inu the trial of Harry K.
Thaw, chArl*d with the wilful mur-
Op r of Stanfort Wite, came FrMay
GIVEN UP FOR DEAD w%" DitrIct Attorney Jerome asked
court to exclude from the court
S. .. the public, including the news-


"mrsT hey7 DrI nhwwp um
~k WinldingsAir OIano eo fev.
Mipst Mopmntmiy Expeting
fat" *tupn-on.
bosg &W t Na. Jan. -0.eap
geth by uiitloa or oufocation,.
-nl b)"w to piece'by an el.
oe hity am^or* eployeCIn the
,ubutl ad the movau"helA
w --u t CaI aS Coke
mOny, no" t%4~Py turouAt the
kbeadin0 Su r a dwtaco of eso
buns & taly resewd the open


No Light to Ou Them.
thot lgat to pglde them and
up as dead the men battled for
&oars $wth re, a"d whae they
the surface thir tAwee were
clothes were torn, and all
severely brusd from stumbling
air ightor safety.
lately. the'ao contained very
pa or another miae disaster
have been recorded in western

Mane was fIred some time dur.
the day by a blow out shot and
thefire wee discovered at 9
k Friday nigst by the forty men,.
escaped to the srtce though. the
la entry was cut off.
tarly expecting an explosion
its horrible mamequenc.s the
Started, pauleqtuMike,. for the
ry at auierol, aseen miles dia.
lt. Ia thfr fresy they stumbled
f fell but oMiy to jump up again
Sootianue tbeir mad rush for


pnper writers, during the repeat.in b
Wvelyn Neebit Thaw of the store
she tow oa the witneaw stand at th
ft*t trial.
'Mr. Ittleton, for the defense
quickly added his request to that o
Mr. Jemme.
Justice Dowling annlotinied that he
would take the question un(lur consid
oration and give a decision Monday.
At the first trial hundreds of people
besleged tIe court inkm and usec
every artifice to secure almlesilot
while young Mrs. Thaw was lellini
her horrible story on the stand. Thc
lines were drawn very tirhily, even
then only a few outsiders and tho'ia
present who had lntiitncce with th<
oourt officer securing adiisnion..
There were a fow women in ith
court room when the s ilr. was bcg'nr
and Justice Fitzgeor;ad stopped then


testimony to give tho-e of them, who
desired, an opIortunity to leave the
room. Not one of the few women
who had scheni e1mI liird for aditni
Waon, took advantage oIf tho opportnu
nity to leave, but all toern'micd until
the story was fnlshed.

FATAL AUTO CRASH.

Speeding Machine Upset, Killing Two
and Wounding the Driver.
Baltimore, Md., Jan. 2' Georgo L.
Billups. proprietor of IE!lnps' botel,
Park Heights and lHeyward avenues,
and his wife were instantly killed
Saturday by being thrown from as
automobile at Park Heights avenue


and te Pimlloo mrad entrance to
Mo ted Lite Chil dr. Druid 11 park.
eperxleaoe was probably the Lt H. Shaad, of Elk Ritte. Howard
lfrthtful a body ef eaos miners county, the owner and driver of the
ever had. When the mes reach. mcbline, was burt intenrally, bet unt
I teo arface at I a. m. Saturday fatally. Mr. Hhaad ilad he had stop
wralaI. a majority of them were ob. pod at Billups hotel and was taking
A like children. A large force Mr. an Mrs. Bilups out automobile
BEf are brattlelg the part of the driving. He was rolnr soruh on Parks
ate whlob caught fre and It Is be- Helghts avenue, whon Mr Utillups ask
"ed the damagt will be anall. id him to speed his* mnacxhlne be sld.
nla turning the curve at the Pimlico
PHOTOQRAPH POIC F PORCE. road entrance to the park, hIs maobine
skidded and upset, Mrs ,Rilupe land.


r*r laued by Pellee Commissioner
Singham, of Now York.
few York, Jan. N.-The entfsi
lWkc department of be city will be
kotographd. Ordrs to this effect
are Saturday laued by PoRee Com'
Wloner BlaUgh A complte pho
Paphic record of the force is desired
Ir ovTealeloe sa Ide"titling patrol-
t againstt wbom complaltas may be


ed between the to troulley car tracks
and Mr. Billups on onr of the tracks.
The automobile was completely
wrecked. __
BRUNSWICK'S MAYOR RESIGNS.


Recent Action of City Council alid
To Have Been the Cause.
Brunswiok. 'a .lan to -A ear
praise was spruwi.i at Tr.urisay nlght's
Seindn of rhco* ouisiil iren Mayor W


nOtlher order turned byCe o~mml 7. SyuiMOD&a j~tmi-ed h resignation.,
abeshll g Wsg lav of ab to boorme offt.c.tie Feb. 1. 1
Will have t"e a t ot kesplwag 'he recent stion n1 oaf onl. whicb
"Oeocl stlwth Of th ow" took from tjV rfMawr all p)Oer ol
th s 111101f wh" th makiag appoIntmentv, was wsstvaed
6""' 14 1 aM redfletiOn. ,:l, In a ahort address
troWt 0 W OmW iIc 00h0Ie op*L. randitDil) upon the subject
*Wtky NeW YaMM 0 WO to TIVAws m. It I, c~ajLmd. is the I1141
*1h POWNS NUUSESO O t eo 4Wt rem)t of the las 0lect0o% agDains
Me hatk of .5 MS. a* &rnjnlgjsIti.n ticket wblcb was
ele06W, en their 8"W slom was W o"
O-ADy WrooS AIAO4OL Awnimise, the aevor's pOwer.
ibete in mu'h Pia #spu'UO5 as to who
OIt ds S Tim Talally hkis -sor %%,i; w.
lInIrd IfUS lr M" lt.
0".0. Cal. k. JOL so.-AS Hart
tu -mtsow at TAN AM 6M f Expects A -ca- -l Sttw#040
t!" Tl at 44" w To Jan, J aen.,--The
!i.Osly takft. as at do IN at a getll mols Id
SInm a weft to SMe I* a soiSed rkl'0I%152C5 t*MUeg55pc
a sMOans. tawaet m01e' o be asub *41111t
tfy C; Y bftitME gM 00 cmue I w&etO S&Wh'il. the pqg-in. Is a

'WOI dY~lam between ineir malOGY Ma-
HS.' Ow"". -- 0- 1r L~
wc:~ Ilm MA bjauktrr. most 006,
Ha-w7 Whi5 a- Jams T. 1a' pewera H. sad ue .IIa~loL~
'b (ha' o htwo bh has are *b w" Practiill? WOW 9g 4
MM ft fit& aim. Oa be M1666V*
lose Preseft atB wood saww smthalias
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WALSH FOUND GUILTY


Wu.as PrsMt fll tk Wilc

% lag. Nadsma Dank.
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WAS GUILTY ON 54 COUNTS

Penalty Under the Law for the Crime
For Which the Fe1rer Sank Official
Is Convicted Is Imprinment for
Not Lee Than Five Years.
Chicago, Jan. 2t).-Jobh It Walah,
preldent of the defunct Cailrago Na-
tlonal bank, was atuirday (misirtul.
tr of uisapproprlang the fuutlnds of


that instltutlon.
The Jury reached an
shortly after 3 o'clock


a g realist I
saturd-ayI


DASHES INTO LANDSLIDE.

Freight Train on Seaboard Wrecked.
Wreckage Takes Fire.
.Atlanta, Jan. 20.-Roundiln a curve
through a deep cut on the Birwingham
braob of the 8emboard Air Line. near
IMoyd, CG., 14 miles trom Atlanta.
Friday afternoon. freight trala No. 20
daabei luto a landlilde of dirt and
rocks, half burying the big mogul
ena.e, turning tMe tender across the


Bwyilg Victims k1fyvrfw3
orror Still Progrslm g.


UNDERTAKERS IN DEMAND


track and setting the train on fire. One of the Saddest Funeralsf the
The four men on the engine at the
time of the avcldcnt had a miraculous Day Was That of the 61K MYU.)
eacfpe fromo death. Girls, Three of Them lMeter* and
The injured are B. 'nderwt, the Other Three Cousiln.
conductor, o hirminalngham; C. W. Lee,
engineer, of lUrninpham. yI 1 ertown,. It Jan. s.-Thls was
Mworoe. Ta1 lor, tireinan, negro, of *>t Birmnitrhanl. qji C. 1.. Jackson, the t.he n.etnt' oif laSJ Monday rlght's lre
brakerinnn Ithe train, were In hllh 17.1 perena lost their lives.
I1 the engine at tbe time of the It nwo au extruniely sad day, eves
k tr, and @w$Pkd( unhurt.to ithe ii' 'caial \itur who cane to towa
ljuied ilen were brought to simply to ret% the ruin uof the opera
m g b t te eri not 6 n L i ftAi .. .. h I ..... rraner.i-.--&


morntig, but the verdlet w>s aot of a 6 1 sPial *train -0 carIN c hwiri AnbHi sixty cuUnrals ga
9 annouseed until after oourt reco.vene4d Oj ly hospital, whce (their plauc, aml o Ioivl was the demes
e at 10 o'clock. 6, are WMle Ittltdoed by Dr. 10 Il). for uidort.aitvre andl hearses that ad
The penalty under the lh,' for the lltUlrd0on. the local surgeon for the dlIlotIl as ai.rance and vehlolee ha
0 crime for which Walsh is conr icelrvice from tb
e Imprisonment Yor a period rf not less th injured meni were serloutsl hurt. aslei'tl;tring p10lu. e-.
than five years. It does not per- 'Vrom the nature of the wreck and Many of !ei tetumd were taken t
mit of the substititlon of a !:.an for the d rnlotii(iotn roi iht it iu :I totan elrhln.is whe r.e .t'ervlre were held
Sthe prison terni. N der at tha t it mn teallped a ththeir 'Tithe *imIe e w crowded and
0 Walsh ,aa found guilty cn. Ilt) lives s1n 14 4. f t lhe f'uteral rt-
four counts. FOCRIGNERS EXCITED. de'olartoe, antitle''r party of nti urnor
1he original Indictmnnt 4 11.ed I..u uon 1 4I+1 ihe *diicr
182 count licnurrors s. I.tailn Arreit of Alleod'Blck Hand Men at 'lb ,1i t 1N I t lor which b4
S(id as to titJrty-tlo county w irh left PAttAbur the Cause fieni, 1oNa C:ruunts are noted a
150 upon which the Juror. e-Lrevr pitItmrR.I Pa Jan 21 Ie arrest ni rl" ntiernI t'v lonl a wre 41 H
quired to pass. a t Halln.:,a'. of John Hlhlatas and Hal. pAn11 artl r ini ay houe old e ona
Walsh was prevent In the ourtro0m wore loopore. alleged black band man. lt.lstL a frleber In the nre One oa
and received the verdict wl;h Iile lI corinvelion with outrages against the tble ost Mfoerals gif the"y a w
snow of emotion. On the contrary several Pittuahurg 9tallans, has excited that of the Wtx btyar slrls, three o
one of the jurors, Elbert Palmer, of the forerlinrs here. I thtanl viltmr. and the other three eons
ILarnaid, 111., burst Into tears as he Tho eit.mapnits ade upun the lives of In.,
took hl s eat lan theury bos and was so Joseph lunwerl aud Nuaslo liattaslia. 'thr" were sevoeral double fumerall
overcome urlng the proceedings that both of ttls city, for wbhoe death It' ofthusband *"and wifels.d amo othe
he was scarcely able to ansaw the toi aid a prtle oaof $,0,00 was offered burld was lr rank Drumer, a kn
cleak waten asked I tite Apddng reproe by the black band socetyl, wPre wn Iter st*t" senator.
ented his view as t the gillt of the national and almost suoesaaful. BA WOM-N SMOIN.
defendant. Buasrt was attached I the Tweaty. Ry WMEN SOWI.
The charge tgalast Walsh gr ret treet produce yards recently by Ont d by Aide
out of the cloetag to 1906 of the ChM two Italians who shot ad slightly OrSullivanc ef New Yka y AewAmeI
Cago NaUtinal bak. of which WalSh wounded hUn. Sugiert returRed 'he Nollw ri t o New to. -ty t enSa.
was president, and I allied laito. reb however, and killed as Italian.. New Yor Yk Jan. 10W.-i1 the Is Mla
Uone, the Home Saviags bask and tbe later Itdtieodaa Rei. one ln New York who ti 'illag aj
Iquitable Trust company. Waloa The hboe of Nunsio Battaglia and suDo the twrera, of wme***n no d
waf loned funds family in Chata street was worked se to smoe li public restaurrto.
w "a ccusd O boeft 10114011 fu ds f l In C hathsm O at w as g s nedd he or she will ha ve a n pp wtua wty
of diees ieUitttioe aggreaUea some shortly aftrwards by a dynamite bomb I be h o nr h Wll hay whe the et
sislteo aliUUot of dollars, oa cU but no one was lajured to b o basd on Moeay IoI tI o
thous sand aessetedtwy aered Jotea it board of aranses wdtolgieao o M1a
to nearly a ore of sruilg eater- WIRELESS MISAO DAVED HIM board of okerlms will giver a pabl
prism which he blFwltf ad btaded b_ Ina on the woriiaseh latromufd by
and practically owned. sMay I the Allen Had Prepared to Commit Sul. Aldermano Nul"lian mklakig ft a is
notes. It developed at the trial, wwre de but Was Restrained. dmIanor or r retaurnat or hotel keep
signed, without authotlty. la the FIll River Mass. Jan. 0'.-That r to allow wome*a to smoke i pe .
naImes of vartonus eloy^e of Waleb. Georse It Alenla o sUve today duel 44 ie r oom
The dirqctora of the bank tetlled to the fact that there was a w1relees I h1 "ordasela Is the res t eof the
that they were sot consulted by Mr. telruat In.tallation o a the sound, "nt actiOa of several Broadway
Walsh as to the making -rf tbese loanAs stne rl ay rwetaramnts In rewming t bhas ae
and that they knew so'!ng of there Wie the er waa o n king toThe pbUIe di
Twntyralso(lenotie were dacrIbed fe New Yorka. a wirelerl *^ nwOla. Al rtelreI Itllrva .4
as "memorusst U >' formed oas of theC thet fe4tew of Iles was o4rd and that ,he had left t kel be b bl
the IUral. They repr.*ete.d u mr o Wtter I New York asying that he that If It toa psee by eob lwA Ui
thas $..000.w0. w asolog to kill bimwlf i. rb onarrd a as sp esip ot
The delfes, look the rouad that A search for the sto.e. was m a04e public opinion snd *will w herewAe 4 der
all the WahM a eterprIa were boult and Alles was lstd ,4 a sttaeroom "'ioua from s*Atog I a public.
up la order to save aa4d poteet wl r with a b tt of plle whis as Y twO I- .-. n.-
lasl loase made by Wals to aod bout to drk it was reetrlwa*4 MrVT ATH.
faith. Isad brought here Sd Fa
I pie 9e"y of ref P m aNano* ater
IML. HELD AS SLAVE 9 TO, 101 CRIME. Poeun Nw Ia red Teroes.
Syracuse,. Kaes.. Ja N S.-Gsee
Was Kinaped by Chinese frIe Her g wah w lies ats6s, s uil three mi ls ase
f met In Cinesl|s. "W* Nr arine. am N amta M dof Ie a 1e
Plttbar. P.. Jaa .- tO W Catfasona Tos., Je. s.-J. I me Leo. was *0**fo4 ad d e w Se
UItaaeta, 14 pers o14d, T Isa I- d $4. abight wMr* a*' r6alised track two mle east Ser
*aads a the pllee. hatinag bee s d of the whelat MatsUe| Friday
toured to a r4 es a sber asea W tedy r see rrd ay ar i tI body wasN Wuds sa4 1,0oI*
LAe PlaR to it Chmn s aro ., 1r10 h10 1t1 ere h edb1 4uI shows (hat "e d left oad elee
TU girl M se a deed I Iih ao ea ha Ir two l away aad walket Ia eae
tril ber pears to Closem t wboe -M as w erdStelY ew tlw the eibe r ere hiW
she was a Blue yew of a mSad utsee ftisi .*sa4 plado be hod? of L& ewast of the uboas. lmft tot
at time b s bees bek biy t CI Pa to a Mail frae o )ad a et Sea f t
aeo as a slave. ftrequ-ly pasuniR o (n b !,e The !rdy wUe hamd *,
from the hands of e-e thlee to as ^by gr er, blaolt bemil re Pases, May Aseeet CAN.
ether la ekerw Per0 oof Mef.ses.awl e Ia a160A. a1 Ja s J m. JI.
try mesoa" Ol e als jeted The e 0, sa Sast po" s0e are V massa. owI ** e aseWpg l
to writs 110r6&am saly the Inrat of the ardew 0I5 lar Ise a Grevtll, Del.., is I U&
fogtf t aSenseel l f t trom )se a wsf sad ore eMllde. am lokag a**er of Sal at cb
S are t a view ft a>o | -p
Nes*** St*m weat) wl0 asb *e rFe1tly rese ede
S1111K1w1t1. Te r, Ja1 T --e I* It to IeMOved by the srGtry -
TO ONA0 Skile apela*5*v. r4 1 &bus 1 1111t 46erb that be w%$ asep, 4"$
SO., An.9 -. *aiit A. de s *&* Ia a eo. of, e lstiree s to betag @ aNgemtd i,
atses. ts *-reEi **asH O Mr. inesee 9( es of as h U p e *
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STATE FEDERATION

WILL CONVElEi


l Meeting Wll be Called to Order
in Opera House at Noon.

A LARGE DELEGATION IS HERE

Delegation from Tamip Arrived by
Special Car, and Are Making Merry
of the Oeaion-lnteresting Pro.
gram Arranged for Today.
The annual convention of theo tl
Federation of Labor, the largest or.
pganlsU o of the Stte, repreonting
every olw of labor, will bo. it
i'Uasl aumls in the opera booee in
this 6 ty at noon today, and will cor.
Uiae until the busaol of the eoetve-
to wilo have eame to a&eloes
ra4 a trge n umber o dole-
0ao an bheor, havig arrived Or
Monday alghtf tra~ The lariest of
em4 doleatosa oIs from Tampa. Tb
SatoN m esprless wenty-elax ma
WS ad I to add by the E i
Mu P. MrIt, stato pridet, ua d J.
A. Robbers ltat as a leta sad trea

Ie l od labor. The TaImpa aswll
00 ea r nsMi a $pecalw oar Via the
obad ho and arill e theaf their hoad-

artws at the Brow .. T
i a jAly lot ans awole, Gad appar

o ba eom for la good tlheo a, well
Other delea rte are expected todat.
0o10 6whoru will be thoe of (he Jack


OIWB 07 OFTT AND


A^. *. L B. Weh, colored, of Den.
aigteo, was is the lty yesterday.
Mu ale4d t The SUa oee and re-
ae*ed hi subscriptIUon. Rev. Welch,.
who Is one of the most industrious of
the eol1erd population of the county.
has bess a regular subscriber to this
pawr Ar ftes Years, and has bee
SstperviTsor of Oreen school for the
a aae length of time. This is a re.
rusatk l ecord, and shows that he
C bo asa efficent officer in this dl*


t Wethelm, anu old 0 alnevllle
by. but for the pat slx years loc ted
at eaphis. Tean., where he holds
Sreeposalsble poitlo am ebetf aclrk
t the0 ofie of the Wetern Unlon
Teoleaph Company. is hero on a visit
to hie mo" Mrs. Annie Werthelm.
and ster. Mrs. Joe Manass. His
r 'tr ase glad to se him, and Ilad
S to lIarn that he Is prosperit. Mr.
Wethetm hau with him as a pet
Sroie Co0 ., a prominent yonag el-
ar dealer of Mempa. They will
obahly visit potlto oa the East Coast
befor returning to their Tonneseeo
beas.


Jevens Tat m hew.
The Jeavons' tig Drmatat Com.
pany. which visits Qaineailfe for the
ret ,tlme, made its firt appearance
last Ight to the beautiful lv-act
eanedy. "The IJttle Iuchess." in
which Miss Irene Javon ausumed
the character of the Little Duchess In
a clkvr and most bewitching manner
he was supported by an excellent
etat &ad altogther those present en.
)oyed the eatertalnment
This aggreatlon mt traveling the
popular way nowadaysl--under cauima
They ar particularly rell equlppd.


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TIt M MISSION IS

URNRlOi


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Mut Provide Adequate Pasenger
Staotif Here or Show Cause.

TWO ROAD ARE INTERESTED


Following Petition to Compel 8. A. L.
and A. C. L to Erect Union Depot
SHem, Which Was Refused, Commis-
sion Says They Must Do Something.
SIn oompllance with the order of the
Florida Railroad Commission, which
Santlalpatee compelling gte Atlantle
Coat Line railroad and the Seaboard
i IMr Une railroad to erect paser
s tatlomo In this city affordia more
iadeqate and convenient facilities for
of the hapndlln of pasenger trafc, rep-
q L ycly lreemr tatlves of these roads will meet
ti li a hn 16 the commission In this city at 9
siuch s" o'clotr-Wednesday morning, the 22d,
t o o w ithe i at the court house, to confer over
w at aW 1 Winin the matter, and at this meeting the
ii-t railroads In question must show cause,
l thaOml rtlMad4 If t&n why such stations should not
Sbe oreted and provided for the con-
lvesem of passengers.
Cl Itt wil be remembered that several
tesk* go the Gainesville Board of
,% t through It energetic members,
started the agitation of a union depot
ina OaIneville, feelinI that the city
'so le now sufficletly large to warrant


Pkhaa^m' Yege. ta
e twma te
I 1 would sever 10 1 M
ha Lydia Z Plkhba' yeetabl,
Cooad bd done for re sad
id try it after talrMg threo
bottlei $a trly sy that I never felt
so well In my lh.
Mp AuhatQ Lyon, of Eat Ear
P A t @M* R ISPinkham:
Iad very aev backashes, and
rea dowa palIa. onsldInaot al
sad ha o appetite. Lydia & Pi t.
ham's Vegetabre Compound eurd m
sad ade as eel like a new womsas."

For tIrty y=feaai ELP-I
bham' V gtale Opngad made
rm roots and herbs, ha tbee the
standard rewdy for female HI&
Sadbaapolthmelyoureidthoup
woma who hv trouble wth
dhsplaaoement, lnfl matton, uloer
U fbrold tmor Ir laritl,
ri"d n, backache, that bear.
bgdowu feeling, Satulenoyndi.
toa,dldnueaor nervous prolmm l


KNTBRTAIIMINT
At North Galnovillo Friday Night for
B*fit of Hall.


There will be an entertainment
at North Oalnesville hall. Friday
nalbt. January 4th, the proceds to
be uad an building a chimney to the
ball.
The world-reowned Peak 8lstors
will be represented by members of
the Christian Endeavor Society, as
follows:
Mrs. Henry Ramsey.... Slater Keslah
iMrs H. W. llruce......later Dorothy
Mrs. John Crouch........Sister Maria
llns MaIgie Willamns, 81iter Araminta
Mrlr Frank Willis...... sister Jerusha
MIM OGladys Georgp, ... S. iter liethla
Miss Mattle Willhtn. ........
.. * . . I .T Ai iritltar
Mismt Plarl Dylke, ... Steer Su.a.t
MIss \ a1wl FIl~hir. .... lstr lkt4yV
Miss I**lele RanIs.y ..l ttr So1hia'
The entertailnmne.t Is frte It ut lup
per will be servre at popular prices
by the ladI of the North ailnes-
villUo Suday school. All of the friends
and neighbors of the community artn
,li>tlied to co me and laugh. and thoe--


however, the wes'nry anld teffet '1"" '"" l
tag modern attractive and up-todate
The bi teat sad stage Is lighted by I'r Th omas' .tetric Oil 1, th.
oqltrlcYt. and r'vrything is as ca. bes: t r u.:ly for that fatal dlasesm--
fteIm% as an opera house. cIrw lias been ueed with b uCC.s
Iegtwo the arts there are Meeral In our family for es*ht yewrs -Mri.
good s wtaltes' 1. Whiteacre. Bufalo, N. Y
This company expect to reals in
Oti vUlr tfor the latIr week. uad Real tate Traitfer.
WOI arhw at popular prik. The telat Mrs Lulu B Johnao of Mllcanpy
I8 o Cated on fith Unlvertty street. hK ahl to J J Rlr.hard.nU of, \'Wa.
Wh thte Pbrk company I&a bee boro. N C. forty scrrw of land ton ,h
laryg La the past two trips. Pratrie arw M in.IV out h. 1.
there Is a 'al able ranase mo. anid
An"ae the Vtrans. other inmproverut. the ,-e:..ms -
bt to be ir tted that no runt tkm h-u .lg
was aaSpid Ib which thbe t teras at 1 The p ol of Met!' o:, itl *.t, ::.
ut og th awel at the cort to Mr RichardoM aMd his famh ll
houe MaMdy coDld r-ete., but so bfrty *v*ire a-mog them and trert
Itet of sam- was eoired. Howvrw. tht the nttimeat will prove prot-.
a"cs thlm uremt may be a.We ..4


Joke MaIphusm md & L oshe a
1&Cawk T. U.7 NV""mehisL F.
ci ofAreSsb,, -1.L Uftbft'
at kon% ft. sa amhow gu m eof
ul P-0 I IM bow to" some@** 1
MM b? dbvud Wft
CLIZ


same, and taking Into consideration
alqo the great disadvantage, expense
and in many Instances delay in pas-
oseaers being compelled to transfer
from one depot to another. In some
cases trains were scheduled to arrive
and depart from each d.pot at about
the same hour, making IT impossible
for pa'sseners desiring to transfer to
Natko the desired transfer In time to
tch dthe train which they desired,
Ino may Instances it ha become
-ary for -them to lay over In
I seWVle anywhere from ten to
tweomtyfour hours In order to make
t desired cooneetion, at great Incon-
Sveioene and expense.
This matter was presented n due
form to the Ralroad Commission by
a properly appdnted committee, but
for some reaon the commission re-
fused to concur, but the order requlr-
lal the respective rnlroads to provide
convenient accommodationM resulted.
Those who have thq, matter in
charge at this end of the line feel con
Ident that ome ood will result from


Tha X"~ Tbas WhmWWO imvo whI0han be
rN evel Soy m Wool Am dvaPld~re atp
nly'SLA -. for ovet a. h --A..- I


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FIRE6 ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITy INSURAiE.
_--U-NlSMg a uoaer of l hMtaeu Amedmtos a lo- --e
Rul Estate and City ~bur. :.: AUINESVILI F
1 '1 ** i . ^ :r 'm


this meetag., a the members of the
commission who visit hee will readily
ascertain by Investiation that there
to plenty of room for improvement. If A n'

*ng oat. v If You Are Insuredo
THOULANDI CURED.
Wonderful success of Hyomel In Cur. a a C ompalt that to Respoeomble, Have a Polte Oorretl
ag Ca h. Eve iWin Cht ic W %ten h Liberallty oi PolleyConsrass and the 1ompeal
Ing Citarrh *vn In Chronic Pys Losns Promptly
stag**.
Hyfoal Is the most unusual remedy
ever known for the cure of catarrh. Y A r Assured
It frilows Nature In her method of
treatlin diste- ca of the respiratory That mo iseouo loes onveroae los wilsout yoa ohae o
organ<. as Its halting balsamr are g
taken hi with the air you breathe,
wias rachtie the most remote air *
cells in the nto. throat and luna, it
kllin all catarrhal eormu and pre-
venting their growth. osne bust hlaOble Ooompeal Repiesstld.
Use lyroiel at the first symptoms e
of catnrrbi. Do not allow the diw se -Ise
to ext.nd aloug tne dellcate niucous .
metubra:e. gradually gloig from the
u(ne to the throat, thruce into thel.
bronchial tubes, and then on ard and 0 lra rflll framed. A lN VI.R fA)RIDA
downward anti the langs are reached. 'd g p 1 A'V' A VZ ---
Hyomel wll cure all curable forms
and staj of catrrh. J. W. Me-
Collum -Co. take the whole risk. and
offer to rofud the money for a dol
lar outft if t faith to cure.

PeOW &rWt Ptre nr N Wi tV Fly
o T40, Ja". -I.- -aMsilasge obw
belhe tha New Yots to s t usor
t boin swp t by a retlos ae uad
hat the city Is rrt(l.ngD t lw r. alse nu
tr, th boarMd of !i5 uan;rwrIters has
0oI'n .Iat' tIs e;ted t. tbe a C ri. ACK5W&
pr;',r'.e ,: -a l- o o~m ro.d" ,l



TO CURU A COLDOIN I O DAY
Tak* LAZATMI 0 QUatae [oLI0F
Sfai.te e DriV Ot -o ame It a
It fafts a a s 3KW. OROYW'S ir L ins atU IAAI5* ra g
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I.O AN ADDREIO

Was FUN of
Higery Not Wa l IM
NI .' YLiniWi A. pe ws s
*4sr .m* As- 3, -- ta-ihe
ud e elMT r~ M There.
tbuewha osVi the birth

Unta, Vttteo wo wore
friseedA ll UtMgosea
Leer rd- 1ee--r e mad pEm
t was e at the msl bealti
Ig Iesslte ot-iS o af the
everbd b t dt. The comn-
o rt be a W "aowded to
with a 1arg am d rreenta-
e, pretimdbut amous whom
Nasy grayt-haar veteran, not
those who to ht to eave the
deracy, bt,those who were
y ac tile to pee the Union.
s a grand cathieda of ateans,
the good fedeg of fellowship
SwMa apparent by the old soldiers
th the North ad the outh, as
mincled'ether, was sufficient
bdle thel of loyalty and en.
kim in the hearts of the younger
at who were prset, as it sug-
d that old adaM, "bow happy and
lung it is to dwell lan peace to-
Nr."
a battalioo of cadets from the
*rsity o lortdia to'Iconneation
the United Coafederate Veterans.
Daughters of the Confederacy,
hers of the Grand Army of the


ablic, the puoP of
o1,, and the publ
I the court bour


the public
in general,
aptl t


SPointed

Question


,y we figure on furnish-
ing your furnishings?


Saimni FL~k


NOW


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M 0n mald B!tche
I Camp called the meeting
4rter. A prayer was offered by
Chapmlin Thos. P. Hay, pastor of the
Vbst Presbyterian church, after %hichll
the orator of the day, Dr. Andrev,
Sledd. president of the Unlvery? (If
Florlda, wn presen!'d by t.'e h ir
Dr. Sledd, who is regardti as oine
of the most eloquent, most earnest
and most impressive speakers in the
State, seemed to be at his best upon
ths occasion, delivering one of the
most instructive and Interesting lee,
tures or addressed it has ever been
the pleasure of our people to hear.
Dr. Sled, at the beginning, desired
to impress upon his hearers the..im-
portance of such an occasion asrt
one, which he felt specially hone
on account of its alsnifeance an
portance, to address. He felt it a
total honor, at any time and at any
place and under any circumstance, to
reverence the name of such a man as
him of whom he was about to make
some brief allusions.
"Carlyle says. 'Happy the people
whose annals are blank in history
books.'" began the speaker; "this is
true If the annals be a clog, but
false If the annals be an inspiration.
"We approach this as a season of
inspiration. The inspiration of a
great man's life is best derived and
enforced, not by the study of single
phases of his character or the special
circumstances of his career, hut by the
study of the fundamental principles
of conduct which are given character,
or special circumstances may Illus-
trate and enforce.
"We need a wider asis of contact
and sympathy; hence I ,roplose a con-
alderation of the great gene t l princi-
ples underlying the charanto'r of one
of America's greatest hliros., Itobert
E. Lee.
"No biography is really needed of
this beloved, upright. Ci'rl.tlian man of
his people, but by way 1, parenthesis
I may mention that lichlrt E. Iee
was a native of Virginlia, born iln West
moreland county onr .lanuary 19. 1807.
He was graduated from \We''t Point
In 1829, and served under General
Scott in Mexico. We are all familiar
with his noble record In the cause g


of the Confederacy in the bloody and
strenuous campaign, from 1861 to '66.
"After the surrender he went as
president of Washington College. Vir-
giala, where he served with valor and
faithfulness from 16fi to 1870. In
which year he died, October 2,"
followingg this brief allusion to the
life of Lee, the speaker made several
references to his life and character.
both a a soldier and a citizen, and his
remarks In thin direction were at
times most touching. He declared
that a man may be, a great mat, but
not a great soldier; he might be a
great soldier, but tth::t d.il ,ot unoes-
sarily mean that he would be a great
man; but General Iee had them both
entwined In his osonm, and he was
regarded as both a great man and a
great soldier.
"What in greatniso'' the speaker
asked. "It is not physical or material,
not purely intellectual. Greatnes
must Involve certain elements of char-
acter which we call virtues. Great-
ness Is the possession and expression
of the highest virtues, which are n.
telligence. bravery., JusUce and self-
control. Virtue hai very wisely
been defined as jIwer of will. based
on rational understanding' "
Dr. Bledd spoke particularly teo t
young people in alluding tq the "mow-
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Cite of the m rtant Dies of
the w Irformed of the X
is to learn as to the relative standing and reliability of the lead -n tur.
ers of medicinal agents, as the most eminent physicians arc the most ,mN to
the uniform quality and perfect purity of remedies prescribed by them, ,Iwell
uuwn to physicians and the Well-Informed generally that the California ll
by reason of its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical
it product has attained to the high standing in scientific and commercial ot1ciMc 1
Sis accorded to successful and reliable houses only, and, therefore, that the name of
Company has become a guarantee of the excellence of its remedy.
TRUTH AND QUALITY
appeal to the Well-Informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent suce
ces and creditable standing, therefore we wish to call the attention of all who would
enjoy good-'ealth, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right
living with, all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what s beat each hour
of recreation, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute
to that end and the use of medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage, but
as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the
proper time, the California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present
truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has wo
the approval of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-Informed because
of the excellence of the combination, known to all, and the original method of manufac*
ture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. ,
This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known under the name of-
Syrup of Figs-and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of
family laxatives, and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well
known to physicians and the Well-Informed of the world to be the best of natural
laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name of-Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Senna-as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be
called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs-and to get its beneficial effects always /
note, when purchasing, the full name of thei Company California Fig Syrup Co.-
plainly printed on the front of every package, whether you simply call for-Syrup of
Figs-or by the lull name-Syrup of Figs and Elixir of St'nna-as-S.rup of Figa and
Elixir of Senna- is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. and the same heretofore known iv the, nanme- Syrup of Figs --which has given
satisfaction to millions. The genuine is fur salt I'v all leading druggists throughout
the United States in original packages ot one size unly, the regular price of which
is fifty cents l br bottle.
Every little is sold under the getrneral guarantee (of the Company fid with the
Secretary of A:riculture, at Washington, 1). C.. thut tine remedy i not adulterated or
nmisbranded ithlin the meaning ol the Food and )Drugs Act, Juine O3th, 1io6.

CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.


Louipville, Ki;y.


that the children of the pbhlle schools
should be famillarlsed with the history
and likeness of the great nren of the
Confederacy. this local chapter had
presented to the Oaineeville Graded
and High School a portrait of General
Lee, which adorned the walls in the
rear of the speaker at the time. The
rostrum was surrendered to Co. J.
M. Rivers, who In his usual pleasln
manner, with appropriate remarks, re-
oelved the portrait in behalf o( the
school. thanking the doors moat
heartily.
After a few remarks by Commander
Blitch. who addressed the veterans of
both the Confederacy and the Union
present 'a well a members of both
chapters of the Daughtler of the Con
federacy, thanking them for their at-
tendance. and expressing a wlah that
"we may all be spared to meet agai
from year to year to onemorate the
birthday of Generai ." the meeting
adjourned, with the benedlctio by
Rev. Dr. May.

ANOTHER WONDER OPF CIENCOL

Se "gy be Pywe tof m& to
Closed by a seem.
SLasee is del weed*re t16e d ws I
m1940e As weO assIa sM.iulsAm me"


f o wildl ats He am re to r eu
me or wtiu oS n u.a*w W IIAdaie i Uved, fe heman ree ba Sees
press upon the minds of the you tre u ewa desarsW. ror wro as hir
men and ,omen-pi--4pciall the Ipreratlee has blersieo r ed a sne
former-that the' 9id theory that they em SerMPl sa neere '18nruts was
must sow their wild oat" was ab- arl .tVAt# tb e IlriI a a sia
urd and mythical. for It was not(l d uesR er aeW by r ditsil N i th
neceeary that they should have any sp W a t he reoo o rO hatI wbere
... hi asi Sem a i- wmy, -i- .. Wm9ee
willd oatl amung their seed. "Whati. ItMy ti 'r-. eh kE M.s ma.t 1
soever Y. Roweth That Shall Te Also ~" dsealras Ir ear I s w i -.
Rep. h e brnurht In at thi poin lt Its l the* "*I dMter of e 4sem.
Sl aid by leedian gg'rs Seemid SWa
very Impreo..s'ell AA surdlyr as a rstamps fte a e m The l, OBS
young mian ,wo"i his wild nota," as .i e Ca. DeIreI.tl.
surely was he- t( reasp the harveet, a Ts I weo -s esats al ta s.
whue a tnin ...-'h the wlnd he' J.. r & O*., e.IS l Alts.
repeb th th. .hrla ind - 9-
The speaker r rfrrrv-l war as an
done well, hut nwt sbrlied. Le was
Ssoldie r .h did his wrk well, but
who never glirtBd is the desUtue-
tLon his forces bad wtroGO HO r
BIed s veral aUD -W W th, Ii&m
tUve o( the ife" and char.oet o hie Ps
ub)ect *brh wcre deep ad4 I. U I
pr'MWl, i bolaoS loe to e t a s ama -
alove. m soad as ean tloed oar Ias k
ba|yry, his dierletua aOdW s dee ds-
j At th, cMel3uBs of Dr. JtOds
(rb ."t ^' T' rar fil u mL W
,64&V'sb I, IO' the&. then"*
tfe r "lnY od 1 re3 f 101y 111.W

Sato e~oae Owi a th emulM ,
fmatw oes r *Im a d f s b t Ihlr


T. W. Hands
President


Will"am ILstoeet
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fered a beP PMt Omce!e ( alaortlle.rfls..
Sa aeeonM-ola- wl nlmaIter.
g. H. .MCRKAHY .... Zdtor aud PTlUlher.
JBAsE I. HHnT ** ............City editor.
U. M. PRZWITT Supt. CompoWlaERoom
OFFICE: I'ORTR tLOCK.
l W. Main Street, a. TILusmon 4J4
TISn D)A.v icn, published every oraingoex.
apt M monday, delivered by carrier nl the city, or
called to any part of the United States, posted
bee, for $a year; u.so .rA moUths 91.13s three
Mouths;or so cntas f'r Lve week.trietly li
eaucm.
Seed aoticea in local column to cent a lir
SSM rat sertion. and cents for each addlttoMl
Est 'or dlplay adverttling l made kown o

TheTwiet.Weeek sunt I ans e t-pep, forty.
totals paper, published every Monday sad
"ajnir and costais all the ewsa of the
wek, loal, State and Iwnl, and will be
Ialep, potap free, to any ~rt of the Uated
als or Casada, for Sli.o y4r-a advance.
All adertlalg bMlt become due after
eppeuassof advert*eamialess Uherwse
eln d I atet. 1laarte gt kane to as
ltenqeIbd to py for Ism-knlui e d
M i I
WILCOM, FEDERATION OF LABOR
The State Federation of Labor meets
In annual session in this city today,
and on behalf of the people of OGanes-
ille The Sun extends a hearty wel-
eme to this representative body of
working men.
It Is understood that there will be
about oqe hundred delegates present.
presenting every branch 6f labor in
the great Btate of Florlda, and among
them will be some bright intellect--
some of the brightest engaged in any
kind of occupation in the State-men
who are able to hold their own in
debate with people of national reputa-
ttun.
These delegates meet here to dis.
esm what Is best for the welfare of
the workin-man-for organlsed labor
--nd no one can gainsay that they
have not as much right to do so as
the bakers, or representatives of
ether nlterets, have to assemble to
dise matters pertaintng to their In.
teeta. The laborer is worthy of his
hir, I a truthful saying, and the
laboring men have a perfect right to
arganis for self-protection. Properly
eoduated labor rganisations are a
pretotloa, rather than a menace to
employers, ad The Bun is pleased to
note that conrvatism has so far pro.
allied In the labor orgaisations of
Florids of which the State Federation
it composed. There may be some
radicals among them as there are In
all organizations, but they are greatly
ht the minority.
The sessions of the Federation wi'l
be held In the opera house, and The
aRn trunts that In days to come the
Gainesville meeting can be pointed
to as one of the most profitable in
the history of the organlstion.

This decslioi of Emperor William
to stay In doors during the preset
pnllticil crlrls do*s not make It look
aa though he contem plated dolnl any
thing much for the Prt alani.

Nowadays )peple do not sarlak
boatluilly abtwit "ne-ver readlng the
ads.," any nore, than they would of
their Inability to read at all-if that
were their handicap.


GOOD FOR M CoA
Ioir A
Of course everybody habees watch-
tla with the utmost interest prog-
ress of the battleship eet now on its
way to the Paciflc. Th first leg of
the voyage was finished at Port of
Spain. In the British Islands of Tgrinl-
dad, and the second Is now complete
by the arrival at BraUsi where the
Government authorities In Uo de Ja-
neiro are laying themselves out to do
honor to the elt. Between New
York and Rio there hba bee but one
day lost from the schoedle. This was
due, It is said, to defective coal ship-
ped at Trtndad. Tls speaks pretty
well for the engineerlng end of the
leet especially in view of the criti-
cism that has reeatly beea leveled
at the *avy. But one of the equally
pleasing things is the complement that
was paid the men by the Ooternor of
Trinidad. The arrival of the oeet
there wasu rented with complte oom-
clal courtesy, but with miJty little
general enthusiasm. It is h to say
Just what the reaidts of ahe Island
expected, but perhaps their experience
with sailors of their own ad other
nationalities wa not such as to
cause them to welcome 15,000 strange
ailors being turned loose ashore in
large batches. It is fair to ay that
ack ashore Is not always the most
desirable citlsen. But the men of the
American fleet seem to have been on
extra good behavior, and before the
squadron was ready to sal they had
been made thoroughly welcome in
Trinidad. Before the vessels sailed
Governor Jackson of Trinidad wrote a
letter to Admiraln vans commenting
among other *binf on the conduct
of the sailors shore. A part of this
letter the Admiral signdlled to the
vessels after they were under way.
The comment of the Governor on the
men was that while on short they had
established a record that "would be
hard to equal and Imposible to beat."
That Is the sort of an endorsement
that the American people would like
to hear from every port at which the
fleet touched. There Is more than a
little relation between that sort of
discipline atd sobriety and the ability
to attend strictly to the business tha
a navy is built for. Good work, Jac
keep it up!
THANKS, BRO. HARE./


There has always been a soft spot
in our heart for that courteous, af-
fable, cultured gentleman, W BHare,
and anyiting with which he was con-
nected, and It is needles to add that
the following kindly reference In his
last issue of The DeBoto County News
make us feel all the more kindly
toward him. We have endeavored to
conduct Just such a newspaper as he
pictures, and we are proud to know
that such a competent critic credits
us with having done so. The News
says:
"The Gainesville Sun editor may
not be perfect. We do not believe he
makes any pretentions along that line.
Yet, where will you And a cleaner,
fairer paper than this Sun? McCreary.
the editor, has been continuously In
pollties for the past Oosen or more
years. As member of the House and
later as Senator from his county, be
has been under fire, in the limelight.
all the time. Ills ,ennie--if he has
any-have hit him hard and fast at
times. At the capitall and at home
he has given blows as well as received
them-flguratively, of nourw. 1111.
he has not used his paper to promote
his partina Interets. It wsem to


Z: -t b1e absolutely Impartial to everybody
The Earl of Yarnkmuth can at hrst and very faction or Interest. Its
ewoole hiarelif with the reflection columns are remarkably tre from all
that he has achieved a bil advertise- marks of the personal. It nev,,r
meant if he decde, to return to the'abusa his friends who act differmtly
American stage. in politics. This to not only right but
wie. 'Polltic makes strange bed fel-
There Is twin an awful row stirred lows.' Not all papers can be absolute
Up about proteUing the composers ly consltent with pst utterances. our
trom the mualcmniachlne makers but enemies being Judge' However. If
not a word about lprte'-tiig the public we are square and fair and courtene,
rom them e o ill be rlad in the future. * **
Admiral Itrvwnstin imnit ft l pretty StAs' otw Oho, ('rtvor Tol.It,
bad to lad that his re.atunatloti was I l.rceA (or y.
"chldish. disllyal and re'irhrinsible. o Fl nk J. lheney make noth that
when be tully nmwant it tI, to' staMn he i senior partner of the Rfrm of F
lmodautia J t'heney & Co,. donla business in the
city of Toledo. county asii State afore.
Sitmne6e Ir uwoderting how I. to I) said. and that said tan will pay the
tiloet a sumr oft neuy large. .,%tub sumr of One Hn"dred Dollars for each
to cepitalisr that lsnturv ofr )our and every case of at'rrh that cannot
and. most likely. i watchltn the watit be cur~ d by the use of Halls Catarrh
ts Cure. FRANK J. CHEIIEY
... Swrn to befot me and subscribed
In my rwece. this thay of De-
L conttetuorart y a, We hae cober A U1 t8t A. W OLA8SON.
a L\er had but one Johtn nWsley (I-l.) Netary r"btUe
Caer,-i. ant we Never will' Hope all's Catab Cure t When tnter.-
ally, ad arts directty as the blond asd
l s uternal ht some human brvat. of h s
1ta1 t1tealt fref
C'ol J ItUa laewls retted that P. J. IMUlT A 00. Toedo.a
antilte-eml aspl of hs al t a- otbya1 111 T1 e.
a ou4gh he had et bee a bake. r" ias Tw* i W coeu-*
g-am


Orlaade now has a new Industry
and oe that Is destined to become
larger a the demand increases. This
is a manufacturing plant for Florida
souveslr In the shape qf paper knives,
match safes, needle book., Ialate3,
placques, napkin rings and many
other useful and ornamental novelties.
The work is all made from orange
wood and hand-painted. James Wa rh
and Joseph Spellman are the artists
and they have recently installed an
electric motor and are now equipped
to turn out large quantities of these
beautiful souvenirs. The new goods
are displayed at the store of T. H.
Evans and will also be on sale at all
the book stores in the city. They
are also receiving many out-of-town
orders as the goods show up well
with any other line on the market.
Their factory is located on Pine street
In the Spellman building and presents
a busy scene to the visitor.-Reporter-
Star.


Why
Should your baby suffer? When he
is fretful and restless, don't experi-
ment on him and use any old thing
your neighbor recommends. Buy a
bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge.
greatest known worm medicine and
cure for children's diseases. It Is mild
in ts action, builds up the system,
makes thin, puny babies fat Mrs. J.
C. Smith. Tampa, Fla., writes: "My
baby was thin and sickly, could not
retain Its food and cried all night.
I used one bottle of White's Cream
Vermiuge and in a few days baby was
laughing, happy and well." Sold by
W. W. Johnson.
P. Augustus Heinse has found that
the apex theory will not work in Wall
Street.
I I I I I i


Bottling Co.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.





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CURBS COLDS
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TION, HEALS THE LUNGS sasl Prevms w U lIFTION
Endorsed by the general PUBLIC as the BEST remedy for
Children s Croup and Whooping Cough, because
It contains Nothing Injurious. The action of Ballard's Hore.
hound Syrup is mild and benign, it Is adapted toinfants, as well
adults of every variety of temperament and constitutiou.

RIad This Remarkable Testidmonial
S. E W. IVANS, C GlewauMter aS wrhs:-"My husband
wask do for three moths and the doors told me he bad quk con-
inUo. We procured a bottle of B hard's Hoboaunw Sym and
SAcred him. He s now a wel man mat we alwar ke abotte
athe house, and thhk has no equal for plmoary diseases"
Is eo Tale:Sa to Cre. E sTyBtF d O Gu teed
IAars W U eIIT TUt. ST. .00.
ILLAUJ&B SNOW ---II--T CO. e SM 19OISM MO.


OLD AD AN 0-- Gu Mmun- TY

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ESTHER 8. JORDAN.


W. W. HAMPTfO,


JORDAN & COMPANY


INSURANCE


PORTER B OCK


GAINESVILLB. FLORIDA


Fire, Life and Accident s:,.o".A""d
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WISHED 1869


CO.


tLERS IN


Cotton


VILLE, FLA.


SSEABOARD


Air Line Railway


SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOU-
THERN PINES, RALEIGH, RICHMOND,
WASHINGtTON, BALTIMORE, PHIL-
ADELPHIA, NEW YORK.


Three Elegant Trains Daily:

"SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED"
"SE.A BOARD EXPRESS"
"SEABOARI) MAIL


Modern Pullman Equ~pment

The SEABOARD !1FIAFIDA UN' .1 1).-SWlid Pmlhl vstibUNf-
train%. St. Aucustise and Jackx~rjtl~ e to N.W York via lghad a-4
Wah *inxnrwi Iltug Car 'a fa ran.I&Cart, %sr\ D c Irbb oaroo
Sleer ing varn Staterom and (1mfrrtittIn Car. AS" ft AsuSIl
11 o aw m and Jackmosille I.; I m. daily. btelda ^ t So.7
For full sInforwalon and a le4-.r re v-ete aln my Aget
Seaboard or write
L C.- SOYLSYOM Jt.. ASeOa&M GenermiPumearA@80
JACKSONVSLLL LOfIos1M.


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The cornerste"' O the new Ma-
Olac temple in Jackmonville will be
lid Wednfed*


The "wet" or "dry"
hld In Ocala today.
eliming the victory.


election will be
Both sides are


There is considerable discussion in
Lee county as to the advisability of
sat county owna d a public telephone
eyitem. -
Tbil S4aU of Palatka are proud
SthM$l,,t y water, which has
been annotmtt hy the bacteriologist
to rank amon the highest In purity.

Aj a relt o a quarrel between two
negroes, Wilon Dowell and Cane
Pltkey at Rodman, in Putnam county,
Ibe former I dead and the latter In
the county Jail charged with wilful
murder. -
Tlhe Seaboard Air Line has Inaugu-
rated a package car between Chicago.
IB., and. Jacksonvlle, Fla. No trans-
fer will be made between Chicago and
Jacksonville. These cars will be
handled through tast freight trains.

The jury in the case of the United
States vs. William M. Brown, preal-
det of the Fort Dallas National Bank.
after being out twenty-five hours.
blouht Ia a wrdlit of not guilty. The
ease ha been a hard contested one
from start to anish.-Miami Record.

W. H. Johnson, a mechinist employ-
ed at the L. & N. shops in Pensacola,
lest both les Friday when an engine
backed down upon the car under
whieb he was working, the wheels
passing over both legs. He died a
few hours later, being unable to
sand the shock.

Clutching wildly for his hat, which
a gust of wind had blown from his
bead as he was riding with J. M. My-
rick In a buggy, 11 miles north of
Tampa last week. John M. Mathews,
a well-to-do former and orange grower,
of Stempeo, ell from the buggy upon
his head, braking his neck. He died


lima Ii da n m AloDde
Elm lsby.AM Yi..iad
bik Tmba
Kidney trouble preys upon the minM,
discouragesandleswcnsatnhition; beauty
vigor anti cheerftil
ness soon ditutpwPar
when the kidnev a re
out of order c;i ttis
eascd.
KidIncv trouble has
become so prevaIlci.-t
thut it is not unvotin-
nionlkr a child, to be
botn afflicted %iW
%%eak Llltn)M. If tlht
cliil!l urinates toooften, if the u. we
tLe flesh, or if, whcn the cl: i!l rc'iche av-
r.:e when it should be able V control the
pa,!,age, it Is yet afflictd mitlhleul-vrt-
t:-rst, cependupon it, tliecatu e o(f tholi i*,-
cutity is kidney trouble, ar t'.e Cr,:
(ln';,hould be tow-ardls the treat ?utl it
t)VlcM ij~ortantrcxgan4.liul: .u::
I' Wle l is due to a .eiec u :I it 4:.. i
1k itlticu vs anti lA Iql%:r e 111Ai',4 t 11
I...' t as moist people f,11,110' 0.
W-. -nen as wellaisi.ctna are :':Aonil
Rl !,- with kidiue curl 144,iA r trowu
"-.I I Loth need tfic*5hWJ'e 1c-.t r~lun I
TIhe tild &ad the ivisuc'iater.e rtlcfc ,I
'waP-R.Root Is wPA X rct! izeCl. i
I': I(ruggists, in fifty-
c-ii. and onc-41ol11r
1: coottles. UU Ulv
a sample botele
-v nmail free, alern 5 4 a c.eel wsR-
tar~liiJlet teflin3 all.sb~~rntt Swninp-R ,
i~rwlueiingl many of thle thbce'zw'iq t.! e,.
ririnitil letters 'ecr-vc'c l 1et ni crerr-
l~. n wri'.in4 Dr. l:Q..ey k ...
n~lssmton, N. V.. be ut'u '- -.n m -vni
t1%, dpew. Don't nuke acv- tlt.iVte.
r frvtnbmhe the natte. R--)drt.
K'.jilmer's SwatntprH~nut. Anl 0c ml.''
'~'* lHiughia4'tz., S. V.. ou eferv
L~ettlc.



T. F. iui

UNDERTAKING CO.

M"LLLINE OF
NEW 0001)....




admen 3Mco..

PW aNUlo me s."een
*A ~ lft& me ad 1efv6 odo-
at asS as~rPw
om~L es"-

Grrm3 A- ~n


The Badge of Honesty
'i on every wr.pper of Iv )io, Pire 's
Golden Nedic..; liT'cvery l.- ,vr i a t ill
list uv the itgr Ale.nLnt. !,s e -ug it 1I
printed theic In pn.mn I.. ,:n F'rty
y,,;: r ofp xperlenc Ilars r,',, :i ,n !is prior
worth as a bhiox puri:,r !il invigora't-
Ini tonic for thocure of 'i *uilh d orderss
and all liver Ills. It bI. up ;:ho run-
d.wn system a. no utt r t :.ic can in
which alcohol itsui4.l. T'1i,o a ;vte' medilc-
ina ,principles of Inatziv rhoo such as
Golden Seal and Qu,,in's rot,t StAne and
.Mandrake root, l ',molrxit and B!ack
Chorrybark are exitrr.td aitnl prewrv'l
by the use of cl' nlua;l'y pure, trlpi'e-
refned gycerrln. Snd to ID-. R. V. Picrve
at BuffaJ, N. Y., for free booklet whiho
quotes extracts from well-ri'cv alz med-
lcal autboriti such u Dra. Larthnlow,
King. Scd Coe, Ellingwood and a
host of other showing that Utea roots
can be ended upon for tnelt curative
stlon I all weak states of th stomaeAh,
som p ledd y IndRgestlon or apepsla
s well Il I billousor liver eomplalnts
and win astlng diseases where there
Is sh and gradual rumnlg dowa
of tS strength and system.
.-M 0e Golde Medical DlwT Ia
rIcoh. wtid b>o 0ad dl nvlOAr 'a


lnftrIi1O st<'rnacIf lxe


ajud. thrusnih Uu' rR a whal sys


Thus all ain arections, blotch iapJ
anp eruptions as well as scrofulou swel-
llng and old open running sores aor lse
ae cured ad healed. In treating old
running orea, or ulcers, it is well to I.
sure their healing to apply to them Dr.
Plroe's All-Healing Salve. If yourdrug
git don't happen to have this SBale i
stoek, sd fifty-four counts In postage
stamps oDr. R V. pierce, Invalids' otel
and Surgical Institute luffalo N. Y, and
Slars box of tlh *'All-Ueaslnl SaJe'
will reach ou by return post
You can t affrd to accept a eeret nes
troum a saubsttute for this non-aleohollo.
medldlae opr NIOWN COMporox, no
even though the urgent dealer may
thereby mae a little bigger profit.
Dr. FPerce's 'leasant 'ellet regulate
ad Invigorate stomach, liver and bowels
ugar-eoated, Utay granules, easy to talke
as andy.

almost instantly., gaspng out his life
with his head supported upon the
knees of Myrlck, his riding companion.

Raymond, the little two-year-old son
of Mr. and M51r. i1. G. Starllug of
Lawt'y, .was thrd to death laut
Wednesday. Mr. Starling had set fire
to some grass near his barn and went
on about his work. In playing about
the yard the child got near the ember.
and its drest ca
Tuesday night. as Mr. Will Chap-
pell of Keindrlick was returning home
from Ocala. he, was held up by two
negroes. ,Iow vr, Mr. Chappell was
too much for thorn and succeeded II
capturing them both. He brought
them back to town. and they were
placed In jall-ocala manner.


The small portion of road put down
as an experiment by the County Com-
missioners of Orange county to tet
the Dickston lock has been completed
and tested The quality of the road
was tested tlv a heavy laden wagon
passing mer it, in and out and across
It without a bit of the concrete being
broken. It ls Ipossil)l,< that lion. II
II. I ick-tin f cran:gi.t' county has
80ol1 d lth' iiul tiol uf good, cheap.
durable radl
-I
Th,' ku'. fi '. rin'' continue. their
gro'at( f ;ti( I. tri.: wI, a result the hnk ;l
e'XVrt '. v ill il oUt a r.olld rarlnal
of thl .. h ti total nil)ber of flh
ttk*'l; -w i. '.iti .; Into the thoulls U nts
the a;t: -,' I wight of which csi-
be.t\ i ainli 75., i i. Tlnd -
[ hi. '. r!.. ,, nd c(.itr of king
fish i r :. frn this iMrt -that, li
by t ,' ,.j I1,' (the -a)jorlts of
the. -I., t t .'. V n Iirr.lk t~)
,\; r ',.. M tr"[oll


Aii: -i' -NI!-A In the thow* ho
of \\ o-. lpw )c.let. attra ted quIte
a -I;dii iof atte'ntion )e lerday
Nit I, ta iwi at arcre In Orals
Ihtst i'... 'otist aate'd on an attached
cardl ttlst they were grown In Maron
I.the-m a c-"rie y They
1.) MroR h Ielaman. the
i~ at Aouih lAkv Weir, wh
htu .: .''' !1"~' ailifle' it4tip A haw tree-
Tb.. vl.mitIU of aevand 4en


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".. f pw 4 -4~1% thu' Isaking
,. ri- T tuilvaia~relni
T "Por! l1iithu li urr!
!,1 0ar1 fAt tflvv s t" P-'
,A%*' LIA'Ut the 'lair~


W ,C Irrem'o Ma', 846PA~
Ja' Jn 30 -RWbb140
I Atr '~cf4 e C ast"-

'e IA' IS Cb *.L' WV'i -
a'. ilehf @I#' 'P
9 a llAl A"ow its tesWOs

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P-.Arciol o3ro 3m


'twa ciitcurr couotT.


Special Term Will Convene In This
City on Tueaday, February 5.
In accordance with tt', order of
Judge J. T. Wills. at thiu ailjournrment
of the fall term of Itti.lt court
of the Eighth .1iditial ircult In and
for Alachua county, a -,- .vial, or ald-
Journed term of thi r.Lt;rt ia called
for Tuesday. Felbruar .,. at wch e
term only the civil i 'kiet will be
taken up, and then o' \' such cases
as have been and will I, agreed upon.
This extra or adjo.i:;,dl term was
occasioned by the hir.', l congested
condition of the crinii.il docket at
the' fall tern of the rourt, and the
time required to dlslpoi of same.
It is estimated that the ennmiiK
session of the court :;1 occutpy about
two week., during \hlch time the
docket will be consldei rily cleared of
civil caser.
RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION.

Six Applicants Were Examined for
This Branch of Service Saturday.
An examination for carrier of rural
free delivery mail rMutes was conduct-
ed In this city Saturday, under the di-
rection of E. Paul llro ui, secretary of
the local board.
There were six applicants, three
white and three colored. The exami-
nation lasted about three hours.
This position pays a fair salary,
ranging from $800 to $S100 a year. but
each carrier 1 sttuppi,,iid to furnish
and provide for his own horse.

The Joy
Of living Is to have good health.
Use Herbine and you will have bush-
els of Joy. You need not be blue. CASE
fretful and have that bad taste In
your mouth. Try a bottle of Herblne,
a poelUve cure for all liver complaints. 4 Full
I. Harrell, Austin, Texas., writes: "1 Full
12 Pull
have used Herblhe for over a year 1 Full
and ind It a fine regulator. I gladly
recommend It a a fine medicine for
sypepaL." For sale by W. M. John. 4 Full
4 Full
12 Full
*ig Tobaooo Shlpment
Nashville, Tenn, Jan. t0.-A Pull
Madloavllle, Ky., dispatcbh says tnal 6 Full
the 1900 pooled crop of tobacco on 12 Full
Webster county bes beema old to ngit
llti parties. 'e tonhaeo Is belna 4 Full
loaded for shipment and will be seat 6 Full
to New Orleans and from there to UJv 13 Full
erpool. The purchase consists of 824 36 Pull
hoghbeads and will make a trala of
sixty ears. Bottle
Case ..
Old
BottledI
I Pull


ON LITTLE SOY

His Hands were a Solid Mass, and
Diweau Spread All Over His Body
--In Four Days the Child was
Entirely Cured-MotIWr Strongly

RECOMMENDS CUTICURA
SOAP AND OINTMENT

"One doy v' 7'.'ticv l that our little
boy wet o*i a r it r it i witwth It 1.1,
50q W" r. f'. 6 l it on his attio
hamls. 1611 L, 1" wom G~~c tw
hinel. lis Ii. I.~n' welnre m.' nheel
thee. eandsl I 'ioit thirk anythirg
ow~toIs woui r- Al114t Pt Lb.twat day
we hsd ofi 'thm( 1-utiewv tsas miming
1) gied rf' Ii tt.5 b4lES. eA. thtI
thought I mou lt 5I 14ti. IF this
tImN th' imi ad api-we all ovm his
body. airl tIn thnds cur. ve thisg NA4
a e' i n&a'. ofte4 sh lteung dlse.w
wmt 9'.) tho' I&t at'" am) Shd hufU
a bag .4 #if 8w, ii5e. (a* ho' o5(4
CuUrtum Ourntir. -ad a hmetI" 1ht I
sPelow my lit,. boy awl ts tothe
euueone a map all I I w ow o
weaboid bimw'. .1=T10Idrilo ed i
with a soft toet t; l, amed.el tok t
Cutira w OlWo"tw aMd rWbNd Mw
wnrouSy with It. I did IdO ftevy
wwwal bsfeV w Iwit him to 14 &nd in
thrm 1 ,ftu h rishie he was etlIy
ur, Yg. Youa, t* of '"R!"bowa to
= this lt t,, ma *as y dwho ad.
Ohml~ my f'of" *4 0%whi V, bovow C
Shot ('1i1~ 6C I-tin. I v1will smly
WAs itimm r- -s oon the 5U (runu
Rp.iv-e.. q7 a,. a7 G", aalnmW ton ad
I uglovg stt h i dh.'.. Mrs. rnw
ptahIM6. ;-kI wuas I Ie.. Kob'me
UW.. br is,' t,40.-


PIMPLES
AAM Sleclhoade Pmwosad O
Cured by Catkurm.
rooi rl am- '.. ho wilt C~kwt
()Jtur,*Vff V. r(' 1 16#0 144 dOI )
IWAt 41). W i (set o'm be a"
wpu, Pt,,v owtO 40we m ero o IhA
350.1r ai1t fl 'Ipopti lRpt lef
Ui @-v,- At rt O14hm mat
0 *(of f I's t b (e" s fw' buLb.
br Io 00 o1)o" MaYiftr
De.'. U .4T-40'
Irr((~
I- .qmr t'D~r r~~, b


-1 Full


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"I wrote you for advice," writes Lelia Hagood,
of Sylvia, Tenn., "about my terrible backache and
monthly pains in my abdomen and shoulders. I
hld suffered this way nine years and five doctors
had failed to rlieve me. On your advice took
Wine of Cardui, which at once relieved my pains
and now I am entirely cured. I am sure that
Cardul saved my life."

It Is a safe and reliable remedy for all female
diseases, such as peri-
odical pains, irregularl- wm. ADVI..
Wt a MW Aer- a(
ty, dragging down sen- -,, **MPI *w-
sations. headache, dlz- *
ziness, backache, etc. ..."

At Every Drug Store in $1.00 bottles. Try ItL





NOa CARDUI-I




JIAMS' MAMMOTH MAI[ OR0I1 HOUSt


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

00GOO EXPRESS PREPAID Spell OfWr.
DeteRyIdlebrook Wblskey la Drum---DisUl
Q Duot y ......lery Ulottlinl-ICpresu Collected
Quarts ... ..........7.. 00 100 Pint in dn m..............
Quarts ... ...... ..... 700 00 HalfPl'uts in drum ........
Quarts .....ht prai.. d). 1230 old only In rum- will not brlae
Quarts rlght srald). 12.00I dru.


Williams' No. 10 Rye.
Quarts ................
Quarts ................
Quarts ..............
Old Halifax Rye.
Quarts ................
Q uarts . . . . . . . .
Quarts ............... I


0Old Homestead N C. Corn Whike.
450 One Salluo jug, esprvess paid...$ .t1
9.00 Corn Whllky-Bxprue Collect
IRocky Ford, per botle........ 1.
4,30 Itoey Ford. per cae........ 10
So00 N. C White and g ....... 1.
. 0 N, C. White, Bitter...... |.
**U .. Ba-t1. M..*A


Ni.. U. TweI., IV ln# .............. IlW
Sunny South Rye. lAurel Valley Corn........... L.@
Quarts ................ 1 4.05 Ry* WhlNkey--l ipoes oUa
Quarts ............... 4.00 Rye Wh e-a oe
Quarts ............... . l'r
Pints ........... . . . 12.00 Copper tilled and .... ... ,$3.
Quo"* lty .............IL...
Yellowstone Bourbon. Sunny kouth ................ I
........................$ O 1.50 Ryen al ........... ....... L
........................ 12100 Hurdle Rye, Upelral.. ....... 4.
SCollOv rholt ............. ........ 4.
Boene-Epres Collected. ries Mill .................... 4.0
In bond by U. 8. Government. planter .......... ............ I.
Quart ................. 1.2U Old loose .......... ... ... .0
Quarts ................ 13.00 William' Private Seal..........


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ts rmi a liit11Ewoo' yi hii w ith. rfgutat jem o Pimctol'tsflke D*
wirtiiii-i Iist rule'lill forre'four malt1Wy yvarowWith 'l'))
f eila'i ituiiatlo'wtiirigstioniilimt.
nmiitk oIf it-u pispers for "loly SL.A(O.-The Tn.
\'(k ,lIv ('.iied itiltioli, 11tliIl6140l 4 t ModIay, Wednew.s4y
11111aFidn ay uaudsel ilive'red liptIN L F. 1. IPruin jr
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Ov r the Coming Mid.Winter Ex.
S pistion .t Jackaonville.

MADE A VISIT TO ALACHUA

f In the Interest of the Expoelteil, and
Peele Gratifled That Spring Park
Farm Will Send an ExhibttIen of
S Cattle-Other IxhlbtH Also.
"I can say with Impunity that the
oosming Mid-Winter Ixpositlon, wh
will open n Jackooevlle on the lfth
pIt, and reMain open for three
onths, will be the most sucestful,
largest and most magniloeot affair
of the kind ever attempted In FPlida,
remarked Louis W. Buckley, general
manager of the expoeftlon, at the
Brown House Saturday. "We have
left no stone unturned to make It a
sueces; we have employed men who
know their business to make all ar-
rangements and secure attractions,
and they have succeeded admirably,
au Tlll be demonstrated when the
Ieat exposition is thrown open to the
world at noon of Saturday, the 65th,
with appropriate ceremonle. We ex.
pect upon this pompous ooasion,
which will mark a new era In exposi-
Stijo work In the South, especially In
'lorlda, many prominent persons,
among whom will be Oovernorr Hoke
ISlmith of Ccargla, Govcrndr N. 11.
Broward and staff, Congressman Prank
Cl' ark, and others. An Interesting fea-
ture of the event will be the starting
of the machinery by the pressing of an
electric button in Washlngton by
Presldent Roosevelt, provided the
Presialdent nfinds It impossible to be
There personally."
Mr. Buckley states that the grounds.
which combine Dixieland Park. com.
rise twenty-eight acres, and are ad-
irably located just across the river,
I lythree minutes' ride from the foot
of Main street.
The Palace of Industry, which is
Sthe main exhibition building, is
Sbautiful structure with white staff
Sfot. -It is the largest building of the
K kWd In the South. Its dimensions be.
IM e684000 feet Another desirable
' tura of the expoasiton wVl We Oe
Srena, a oommodious pit Wtkh will
'b used for baseball and other ath-
S e games, also for the stoek show,
whilb will be held some time na Pe-b

"Another great attraction at the
SMd-Walter xposiiUon wlU be the two
Mdways, which will be krown as the
F'. ida Trail. These thoroumhfam
S 111 coI blne a leath of about ellht
Mtocks, and here is where the conoes-
eanspill be located. There are many
e' lnedeasIon, many of them among the
Leading atlracUons of the United
S States Amung the most widely known
are the famous Itostock trained animal


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Do You Fetr maumptuat
When we take into consderation
the fact bat one out of every seven In
this climate die of consumption, is it
any wonder that It is feared by the
people of Oslneevlle who have weak
lunag and chronic cole and coughs?
A amoss Lpdon phyloltah haa lor
yar urged his patlant when the
-lU.htes tU to aonaumptionB a
pered, to ue all the ood Iver Od
poesble into their systems, and phy6d
claw everywhere have reoogneld It
value for coughs, oold, bronohtia,
consumpUo and all wasuati dimea.
but, unfortunately, few could take It
ad derive the talLu-eft from its
use. on seonunt of the Indigestible
greae which It contained.
We want every person In Oainee
ville to know the value of our new
cod liver preparation-Vinol. It so
tually contains in a concentrated form
all f the medicinal body-healUn
elements of cod liver oil actually,
taken trom fresh code' liver, without
a drop'of oil or rease tp upset the
stomach and retard Its work.
Therefore, wherever old-fashloned
cod liver oil or emulsions will do good,
Vinol will do far more good. We
guarantee Vinol will Improve the appe-
tite, strengthen digestion, make rich,
red blood, create strength, care chron-
lc coughs and colds and strengthen
weak lungs.
If Vinol falls to give satisfaction to
our customers, we return money with-
out question.-W. M. Johnson, Drug-
gist, Gainesvllle, Fla.

show, Roltalr's Illusion Shows, a very
expensive attraction direct from'Coney
Island, the baby incubators, seven in
number, the Iggorate village, comprls-
Ing fifty-six Inhabitants from the
Philippine Islands, the Eskimo village,
from the Jamestown Exposition, with
thirty-two Eskimos, men, women and
children, with their dogs, reindeer,
etc., the Seminole village from the
Everglades, with the famous Chief
Hilly lowlegs in command, the Jap-
anee village, comprising sixty.fve
Japs In their various lines of native
pursuits, industrial and otherwise, In-
cludinc the Japanese Theater, tea
gardens, etc., the Streets of Cairo, un-
der the management of Tasaan & Co.
of Conatantlnople, with their herd of
nineteen camels and Ifty Turks,
Byrtana, etc., including In this conces-
sloa the Turkish Theater, Madam
Van's trained borne, the celebrated
educated flea, and dozens of other
Intertong attractions equally as In-
teresting.
'There will also be numerous free
attractions daily. Including Lincoln J.
Ueachey and his famous airships.
with which Mr. Deechey won the
world's record at the International
race, kit. ,ouls. There will also be a
number of the leading bands of the
country. Including Sousa, fandorossa,
and others. Also Walter II. Knoll,


MANY IN........U PEOPLE -.

MAHY INFLUETIfAL PEOPI


ADOPT NEW THEORY


Statements from Folowers of Cooper Obt

talned Recently lii Various Citles.

A lasber of rtatemeIts from proel. taking COeper New DIseovry. and
Iat people located la various elte after eslag theI eoontet of three bot
where Uth wideupnad discuassoa oTer Ues I was eotil cured. I can ew
I, T. opero's new theory rewarding eat aUd relsh aayth that my app*
the bumO stomach ha reently title eraves. Th New Discovery Is
wag, give am idea of the Intene Iv. truly a great stomach medine."
taer the young man ha uavousd dur. Mr. Wm. Codler, of 48 Orave
ag the past yar. TheL tmri~ n:t s are tret, Syracse,. N. T, s very satrm
s fto w: la hto exprvmlo ofWmllef I t the ew
Mr. C. D Mitchell o(f tt11 Aenue maedklae, and has the lolewlg to may
C, BlfMItaham. Ala. ian t( hi to Iy on the subhct: "I halve fred frme
with rard to his tw1 f in Oo(w*r's catarrh of the nowe and throat tor our
medlneb: "I have ber*n truhled with year. It must hare bees omamual-
tadietloa and ustourh t.ouhle for cated to my stomach, lfor all this te
the pat yr. I had hearturn bliwn- t.y stosmac has gtV me a Ireat etal
Iac after eatt I, as on hto,.. h a..a of tlrobls, ad caused me much paIt
bowets, palpitttoa of the b h-rt !an and suflerng. My stomach was oftf
In the lower part of n) tx, k. aOd sour, and my tfod did sot 4tst. I
varlto othwr aymapla., and was a was bothered by a coattuall dnrv to
victtaCof set dlstrnm I tried ,iany spit, sad Ihere w a coAetaat drp
rrrdie, but received little or to pina of muceu lateI the threa
IwneAt tm the I was adviod l to T rt relief I have boa able to
try the Ooper prepratloa aid did obtain It from Cooperb New Discev
,o t me week's time I was Itm ery whki I have bees taking r
roved weedta b -tbe 4bArt r llif I shout a week. My cItarrhal coadtIti
hd hte aMe t ob l& Mr. (okr a' hu bee Igretly ape4 id 4 my
audtetae dm all bhe etmI e fit" stomach balme t walL Mr. Ceaer's
Mt. J. of t 1 i1h dilse has bened me mn tha"
T.fo tre, o4rdtv4 = iysp A Co i,. lo M ~ -'
fm' I as tn e& M wit I-niMn th an I b" evr evr "
for two year It maumd e a great Te bm atmet" are tr reiab
dal of sultrtig sad itery. I did rittl aw h ar ear rultle w
Wot dare to eat imeat at a ad e have at id thes celeokbatel eandmila.
thing I did rat mured eg my .I We MB to Saad will Saedly elphia
I tried warsrus rvtmneta but gih d 1 theIrt In ta sa N or a Im lIea
a Mt. Tmrw emiuth ag 1 Gam i -J W -WeQlWm C&


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"In the line ol took and other exhl-
bits, I am 8ld to be In positloq to
state that Auahua county will have
an attrative display, and a, display
which is bound to prove of great value
to your county," continued Mr. Buck-
ley, enthulansoally. Mr. A. C Oll-
on, manner oftfe Spring Park Stook
iarm Company, assure me that his
company will ve an exhibit of about
fifty head of battle, including entries
in nearly every class of ereford and
Jersey breed, aOd he wil also take a
number of Angoa goats and other
ancy stock for the pet stock how.'I Olve ret to t
had the pleaur of spending Priday tid tont,
night and a part of Saturday as the toioh Md Cat
guest of Mr. COllloon at the farm,
and ae very much surprised ad im- jI
pressed at the magnitude of the Iasti-
tutlon, which Is one of the most mod.I SOLD
era places of the kind f have ever
seen. I am sure the cattle display of


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the Spring Park Farm will attract the
admiration of all who see It in Jack-
sonville, as It has done at the State
a ."on
Commisaoner George Taylor, In co
operation with Mr. Callison and I Lfll..
others, Is earti a every effort n the i M
matter of securmn attractive dtnd i
vidual exhibits, and meeting with OFFICERS Wifh aied -te 0 ECTM
great success. They have virtually -- qli t Mi I. -
been assured.of a good exhibit of the W. THOMAS, F. DUTTON
phosphate sad mining Industry. and Pree TH cepdt al fliHF
the chanoeu are that they will secure Preidnt J.. NICHOLS-
a cotton and hardwood display, as well C. W. CHASE, for h iq C. W. CHASE
aa several others. let Vice-Pret. WN inr r J. A. MAULTSBY
Mr. Buckley states that arrane- G. K. BROOME. rtgnt 8. J. THOMAS
ments have been made with both the 2nd Vice-Pres. Gt K. BROOME
Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line to E. D we RNE, W. R. THOMAS
run excursions from Oalnesville to E. i). TURNER, W.R. THOMAS
Jacksonvlle from time to time at pe- ec'y and Cashier WkII. W. B. TAYLOR
oially reduced rates, which will be
given later, and that the management
of the Exposition would arrange to _
give two or three "Oalnesville Days." WE OU ARE DY AND T
WHEN OU ARE DRY AND THI s-,
SatiMfy Yourself with a Glass of on' of the Famous UNIVEIRITY BRAND
C AST O |RIA soft Drinks, made only by

T"hi u Nav AIwapTHE 6AINESVILLE BOTTLING WORKS
Th0 KInM YM ht0 Ahray B tll , ,, ,,
K th A --- Manufacturrers aid Bottlers of-- ,

tW olft Dnnks of All Kind
Mrs. MoKlnstry' Lecture. Specials-Peach Mellow, Orcherade, Iron Brew, Dijstol and B lttledOider.
The Advent Christian church wft Orders from country solicited, and will have prompt attention.
crowded with a large and reprDsenta P.. I 2S. East Fla. -l Fe SA- W El I .
tive audience, represenUtin every d-
nomination in the city, Sunday even- .- -...
Inl to hear the concluding lecture New Park fw Chleg6.
of Mr. MeKinatry, who has been con. 1 nw, 1. p Is
ducting a series of lectures for the 1" oFhePct. pa o& _W m
made of the proeoted opening of a
ast wk on "The World's great new amusement park or alago. It Mrs M. A. ABSTEIU. Propiewefat
PEmplrs." wll be located at Ps Park (for.
The subject of this concluding lee- aerly Harlem). Twenty-two areas of Cor. Eat Mechanic St. and Bouth
ture wa "The Fifth Empire," and e bav boen ewowe d s nearly Oak Ave. Phone 400.
the subject which proved a most in- a lloa doinf will be expeaded la
structive one on rellgiou lines, prao. th wa e(as tte of the new enterprie Ladles' and Gents' Clothing and
tical and sensible In every way, was Hate Cleaned and Preo ed, and
handled in a masterly manner. Mre. Winslo' SoeDr i Orllns Doeon Short
All who attend d the lecture listen- Kt Winowb r's thit ip h" Notg. Satalfaotlon
ed with the mort rapt attention to the bemn usM he ldr tootheint. tGuaga
speaker for an hour and fifty minutes. woCth the child, softem the m__s
and would have been contented to ally al pnO s wi ad =SPCIAL MONTHLY RAT,=d
have remained longer. is the b red r dalrro. L
Mrs. McKlnstry preached at the Ad- "
vent Christian church Monday night.

All the World Direct From
Is a stage, and Ballard's naow
Uniment plays a mot prominent part ll
It has no superior for rheumatts stiff
$otnta, cuts, sprains, and I all pai.
Buy it, try it and you will always
use it. Anybody who bhas used Bal.
lard's Snow ntment is a living proof
of what it does. Buy a bottle. SSk,
60c and $100. Sold by W. M. John.-
so.


After the ellnquenta.
l-llnquemt )satroens of the water
sorkm have. vl deftly become sati
eid by this tini- that SupefIateldent
Miller and those in authority rm at
buluanes. wheti they stated that they
cHuld cut off the supply If rents were
Iot1 p.tal hi ith 10th last. ltuperlu-
tendent MNIIler armedd with his de
ime-l| it lia s~mtld a box of wreno es,
ha *''iu Ilastil havote with de
lliniquenti' tconnectimSo ftr the past
f,' ,t.~ s aud .. still active
A A rriendlh wailang to della-
qu(ent( it .. uaseiwted that thoe hboG
hniet ntk lald amid wbo hat, not yt
twe raerhcd h, ,t* man with the
arrnch had tbetter pay up tastante
'i th.e doh not care to be deprivdl of
'tbhir waterr iri'legw at almost aay
hour
; sll.n Impure. Uond iake. a mmd-
dI pti omulaexka. haeedaries,
nauwe. InrdrTitler. This S od
,uakes 'y v* k. pale. siei. Lr
'rk lood luttens mkes the b od
rtkc. red pure-netMe pereet
Bheat


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Rt EP DISPATCH ES.

Colona Joan L. Handle, supreme
vice presldent of the Fraternal Union
od America, died of appendicitis at
hi home In Denver, Colo.
Pope Plus was visltel Saturday
ornlng by hs physician, who found;
UI n better health, but the phyl.i-
dan insisted that the pope continue
to rest.
The James DrnovanI company, shoe
Manufacturers of everett, Mass., have
signed for the beneft of creditors.
1Ie austs are placed at $300,000 and
the liablities at $180,000.
.'he currency commialon of the
ASerlac BAnhers' asoclation met In
Ohicago Saturday. Improvement In
the nation's currency system *us the
keynote of the coherence.
aoon koeeprs In New York are
toh excited over the threatened raise
of $1 a barrel tn the price of beer,
aMough one prominent -brewer has
stated that there will be no increase.
Wa. J. Bryan leave soon on an e-
tended towr. Mr. Bryan will rialt
O Wbe ,. Otlngtoa, Ky., Nashvlle,
Tena., Bhrmaikham, Ala., and Wah-
inoton, D. C. At Washington Mr.
Bryan w:ll attend the banquet of the
Orldilea club.
Carrie Nation
Certainly smashed a hole In the
bar-rooms of Kansas, but Ballrd's
Horebound Syrup bas smashed all rec.
erds a a cre tfor cougba, bronchitle,
Inlenus and all pulmonary diseases.
T. C. H.--, Iorto., Kansas, writes:
"I have aerek oud a medicine that
would cre a oough so quickly as Bal-
lard's Horehond Syrup. I have used
t for yer." Sold by W. M. Jqohaon.


The -eh is Mightier

Than a fire-engine when your
house is on fire, because it in-
stantly secures the entire value
of your home-that is, when
your name is penned upon a
strong policy for
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The entire inver ~. of CIe bod is cbverer: W`iC
tl~~ :. ~n1~ranI: t. .. ~ ~ ~aItly siippliLdwt
U;:. A t*,-rv'rmm.s t : 11!10.a- d With0?4t~~ly I
*2' I c~'2 of.0, e". 'it eeis comnL~ctly 8'.
0? .r-it !,, b!ood to .:: A 'l iw1d strengthen it and ker-
IV:icjr the blow1 A. hkActUi With CtaffhaM n atL.J
flu5 the W-t11"-1 ,,tnt of hcatlthful propeytic-, btv:
irl!utitics wLi" .I .:: I t'L e lnembranes and ta-sueI
irritated and iir1- ~!, and Catarrh, with all iti disaagr
svtupton-I'., is Czt 2' '\1 in the system. Tere is &co
ears, a Lt.:n, '..c! :\r~e fromi the nostrils, the bn
I Wt, sliipht f.-tcr Li-.-n ao~orn'anica the disease, and
health clxvnes ait., tJ. and the systemn upset and deTS
Itagcs, vlea Caitr~d is confined to the son and th"
inhalatiors. etc., rcQ sctliing and in B away bendfci
cleanly and usual:v antiseptic, but stec treatment bit
because it does c t -ea,,h the blood. To care C.t;aurh th
ified, amd this is Jaut *
"o dmm into the ir
ehe aseaat its founds
5 5 euand makes the bla
0 Then the blood vessels
reInvIgorated blood, Vw
PURELY VEGETABLE the muco faces and
miatIonand 1rritAtioi are
ton! .3 all .','; ,"tn f'. 1'.'r'tlh ii isimpmWd ad Calarah i
Bvtk o0 a..ita iL L nl 4i y ci iiicil vAvicelreeto all Who
"r?'r FWr' SPECIPYC M.


COUNTY


TREASURER'S MONTHLY
REPORT.


Dec. 1-Balance on h nd


Dec. 4-W. D. Dickinson, col-
lections for Nov.. 1,.07....
Dec. 4-J. W. Smith. J. P., R.
W atson et al.............
Dec. 4--M. A. Bexley vs. Jake
Small, profane language..
Dec. 4-J. G. Dampler, hire
of county convict .........
Dec. 7-R. A. Caswell vs. H.
H. Warner et al.........
Dec. 7-A. C. Croom, tax sales
ior month of November..
Dec. 9-L. W. Fennell vs.
George Woodad, assault..
Dec. 9-L. W. Fennell vs. M.
I. Jones, embezzlement....
Dec. 9-L. W. Fennell vs. R.
W. Fllbow, cone. weapons..
Dec. 13-A. C. Croom, Inter-
national Ocean Tel. Co...
Dec. 16-A. C. Croom, 8o.
Express Co., license tax...
Dec. 16-S. II. Wienges, non-
residents' permit to hunt
)vc. 23-A. C. Croom, tax
sales for nonth of March
)ec. 30-J. L. Kelley. patrons
of High 8prirnp ..........
)ec.' 30-J. L. Kelley, exami-
nation fees ..............
)ec. 80-J. I. Kelley, supple-
sent to Rocky Hill school
)ec. 30-J. I. Kelley, sale of
school lot .............
)ec. 30-J. L. Kelley, from J.
N. Cruhruth to be credited
to Hawthorn sub-chool
district ..............
)ec. 3,-J. L. Kelley, from
Alachua c( hool. ..........


$33,556.16


3,982.91
17.50
10.00
580.17
80.00
223.21
89.11
76.10
105.25
49.70
139.72
30.00
298.37
210.00


33.00
17.50
15.00


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Total recelltn ........ $39.562.21
Disburbmemnts ......... 14.121,3
Balance .. ...........$25,432.91


ire In S anC Conditions of Funds.
General Fund .. .
in the best of companies. Winter u indil Road Fun'l
are splendid aid to ,i ig lar., lHOw Fine and Forfeltture Fund .
asont Tour home? If not in safety, this' iGame Wardr.t ...
a line from you. THINK.
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SPFunds In Bank-.

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10,707 46
7,73 664
95.57
1.043 t8
25.432.91


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Bank Bild


MON EY,


$AVE WORRY
By Buying Your BREAD ft)rim

RLINE BRENm


Phem 1if.


Be.To F4 NHAVF F ,, 'rep.


PFr VIw we kwe been doing
Sakingof f1 ouleds of ttlsied
t@mr% Art you eo the Not? It
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FUNlTURE

Fumitwe told oni ay
Payments. ?how ('*.
Made to Order. Repairilng
Specialty. Sell on Corn-


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1ERIIl WANI, 3A.


Tax Notice.


1:1 T I,-,-I % 1' ('hapter N'o. 41 1l5, 1 GAESILLI.


8.'*t.: a". AWof FtIorid a. I girvbe-le
14CR a1 plotu~a'I 0-t showing the manllet
,of tAlea rol.ete-d by W. 1). l)MekItim,
si c..lot'Pt of Aiacha county. Flor-
ida, fee? the' periks ending DN 3'!,
IWO' ...uwa ty '.n nh rtymimnums ato.


(' 1 g a Is I


the Ho1 Fofl(
OW S,~ )','31
notL)~r )'~)
J' I . i. *'

t 1'41


T .'al.


my 4do. IowI 3. l2A. CARLISZ.
ROLL 117*us AT'fi'UD
'Als I)S' Au 83 ad J&e& I


pt1 Me %o o lP, e tl
~t.7. OD S OlYded So. 400e
1100. Gin
m tis 7 -- I
$ H. Wiasee frA CLAXK
(lefr tCIUItS Court Ol V


1ME`?1gTH CLY1

RE.iM A .A ED
mtc xi-as nmembranc



.1 L'nt drills tsi.
I "A able to fit
i i~ ~e pats wipi
so, bec 01ey bueccl
ecablu 4ttA dbe peou
natant rinS. nnO
math hat an otacldeN
trad.4ally the enthli
*uscd. Iiatiscarlid ojac
ro#4 sprays~, vlasht
is, beciins, they, at
rW so curative effork The iU
he bloc must be puT ldrN
rbat S. So 8 &w.I Cyde N
Vuattion atd atthe '% igu
MOM;n it Mmoves 01l
wd pure and heal thi-
an filled with frttdi
hick is cuuied toolLYtC
d linin,-s, the inflaml
e cortelctod. the synt r~
isr Pnunrenuy curmd
) write.
kv ATEAMOTTI 06 HetV
81oppinotit alsPu
PUCATION IOR TAr
emom @ or
LOW0D A .Steamers "CI
elvon &"I LXL ClV appolnici
owilficat No. U1, Satuids
1Wt A. D. 19K L
Si o~l ~ ond b
6 I~lI SibuM sA- ROM A own~
*410% better Lieave 8:30 p. on
I OW&Wd alo d$* o

4brudes ais e a"soe Leave 9:00 pV.m
lave 3:00 a. M
iste abs be red""" W l
so" wa tInto UMa'eoM IaSve ......
1.l A. M I"
a dignatur go deai mis Duo 9:00 a.,I
labor. D a
.1~IfOh DU 10:0a. M
Court AI~Mus0 O., 11&.


H. E. MAYNAR
A1% A IT.ARCK,7Fr
Lo S. SCROULM

L. D. JONES. T.
tom & CO'IR falikJacks



So S
NTISTS ..0

xvlle National anro. staple
n o 200 t o

OWWR. IIOU'TH AID& "
84PsN Sao
KTtrdT. A Oomplate Oak00
r Law Esehange
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BY AT LAW


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b skbs s ad
pe"it debt to

Trus W Min tWi


V*t I 9r. l~f


CLARK & Ft IELDING~


a b. 71 .1 04d a
e 6aan*saw "s



Aaicbha Cop7 Abstrac C4.


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kson-ville arld New York,
Calling t asCHRILE S S. 0., both ways.


,ant Stuma e In IM the Ceutvl wb te*
ew England and southern LUn *
htr ein be.sweeu JaO JK&)N VWL, NOMION awd
PROVliR.NC0, and Al a)Saes r olits.
tialli aat ( ,hrleaso both *rIs.
~I-WJ ~i3.ktLY 8 i I=LqGFS
.... .#Frm LuIlia' Bmsosts
From wIrct (d psbngon so., jallour'il

C1vde St. Joha River Line
I**nf JACKUONVYILL sICd O AnP0fh1)
atka. Astor, HeretoordJ elAnd), And tLiu LammakisuLmedi' is
on 8%. Johns River.
;TY OF JACKSONVILLE' and FRD'B DC SARY'
A to sail as follows, Lvoe JACRsOOfls daily eszept
1y1,. At 810P-.Im. IteuMn1ng,l060, bhbvoh, Oaily
vzcrpt 8aindays, at s 1' A. a.m.


I................. Jack. onville ............. D s :O .L
i.................. P.. tl................O
n............... Astor..............Lo. 4:e 4:00 s
... ...restd (De1MLad) ....... ",e &&l:o a

.b.Uan10,190..............


and Tieket Offlte 18 Wet Say trees Jeenltevllle


MOND, Vice-Prealdent and General Manager, New York
0, r. T. M. A. C. HAOERT., 0. P. A,
36, N. R.. New York. Pter I, N. R.. New Tot
1. C. A., F. M. IRONMONOII, A. O. P. A.,
unrg, F.a. Jrackar tIle. la.
. P. A.. JOHN PINDRIIL T. P. A.,
onvlle, a. Pier 16, N. New YorkL
C. P. LOVELL" Agent, Jacaonville. r, I
neral OMfke Pier l6. North River. New York


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MERCHANT &CO.I
Retailrsn and Jnbberi ra


apd Fancy Groceries

rlr, eardm S1od si Ft Irter
elARK S IAn li.U.lS. i .I.O
vbht pIe.r pFid for Olkenans. arg A their hadosI




oRY ouir RILIA *it


Nehedale leesiv Anril m. so.10


STATIONS a
A sitw.


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ru .IA. oe ~... m h. Ti'

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o" lug sea? A ~*M h e t 3 ao u 1oPam
56 l dm v I t l's.o fr 6 ;usooffat
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Consult the "PurpIe Foldes'j


For ditailtod itflAfortisotI, wIUrd6* r" di-j-'
atlirA, smw your now** IWhk Aso*
or write or Noll o


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Adande CaSmLi.,
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proew anA unrliremoe, fead),e,
lift a71s= 6 rof lead..hem anI
sldefwba' 706 etfon~rss. It1S


ATANTIC COAST LI

RAILROAD


(11)1* EVERfYWHERE


North, Sonth, East ani 1

Through i'lllman Srvice on AU Trainr


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W ......... JA PiXY 21, 1W


'NEWS OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONOENSED

'i.Slttu~ of GOrmnu Ir-tet Oath.
wed by Our Reporters.

PGPRISONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS


What Has Happened and What Il
Gj, ng to Happen Told In Short Para
grapim So That "He Who Runs May
Re ad" It ln The Stn.
Siveythilg just as advertised at the
lprioe* =ale. I, J. lHurkhim.
i J. Malpbhar of LaCrose was in
S.t city yesterday and renewed his
mabaoriptdo to The Sun.
'I e ogly half-price suit and over.
S Mt Wale ever held in Oainesvflle.
, Oet the abit L .J. Ilurkhim.
Miss OGorgea laow, the emcllelnt and
popular teacher of the Tacoma school.
tvored Oineevllle friends with a
Visit yesterday.
Ten Years f etSuccenu--ir ten
years Ilue Riblbo I extracts have been
i gPOwng In popularity andtotday they
lotatel all othler(s
Mr. and Mr W It t'roIwn iiid
Sbillre*n. and MeAdiamitiea J 8 ('rowi
and W. IC IAiNg. all of R oky I'lit.
Were in Ihe city )y'stttday

PA
PAINT



mmla, I


l yo vast tdo BUT,
walInim E


PlIK~ it is


DAVIS'


1U~ Pure
.1. L )a t at PatU- i.'*oG


UrfaW%1t LANUai. 11uge th M "1 ai%
*aI t w i"6e A kni~ar ittv .111 1
*y cV'an

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In Ps Ci. PUSO ~rPdd


SA HRWKCL
PsietaOlt. aed iuO


ltemember L. J. Burkhlni's half-
price suit and overcoat sale. (let the
habit, and buy today.


Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McKinstry have
returned from a pleasant visit to
friends at Jacksonville.
Mish Florence Dally has accepted a
position as saleslady at the store of
A. L. Iteeder, West Union street.
Mrs. Geo. W. Casninghani. of Co-
hbocton, Ohio, is visiting her sister.


Mrs. John W. McDowall, at Newberry.
U. A. Fretwell of Tampa, represent-
ing Ia Nortllia Havana Cigar Conm.
pauy, is In the city for it few days
in the Interest of his Ilue.
Stop Itching instantly. Cures
piles, ecsoma, salt rheun, tttetr, itch,
hives, herpes, scables-Doan's Oint-
ment. At any drug store.
Cecil McRae, a clever young man
of Evinston, was in the city yesterday,
having come to consult Dr. Alderman
in regard to some dental work.
FIdwli Carlisle of Newberry, 8. C.,
I* in the city. te is a nephew of
Judge J. A. Carlisle, and is traveling
for an undertaker supply houne in
('idncinnlati.
EKtelle ('hishonl, agued about twenty
years, daughter of \VW ley 'Chisholm.
lone of the oldiet and Iwst colored
I citizens of the inorthwelstern" part of
i.., city, dlid saturday after an Illness
of aulutt three weeks..
'lark A ('o., .tock brokers. who
have l' oe'nlted antr ouflc over .1 Ma-
nt., .'- stlre. l, t is i an advertisements
In tit 4 ;.in u 'IThe' otfli c htrer i
iund.'r he' itain:iltemnitt of Mr tlart.
firnierlt of if:ufmila Aht;
'lThe h one1. of Mr anid Mr.r I'
iHltidrsomni \\'W st l(at wrt) tri t,-t. iha.
tM 'i teat l hIniro, .ld Int aipeai'rainct'
by a Ittwral applicutititi of ipant The
shcliuen r i p I l gray i white, trini
inill*g. htlc-h makes a very pretty
e fft-R t
A 1. ItI*d|.er and fal Ill) Ihas e ri
Imovd front 'Io W Church. to ilOs
9I. I'nlteoii tree't Mr It',de,,. w, hat,
arec'(('ptld a ,~lAttitu wlth the. A It
I Iartw'r 'iat no ('"itnilaI i ', e l* 't ta
S l| i a K. tr ,, t ,. tl i t i i1111i l ontil
the nrtil
I- I e td I iti.t., k h.. t o! Iligh
Sl'rillK i at t ino w it'% sntrttr av oni
u,(M In1,,! > 111n, t,'tt | with thn !tt'ice of
th, to.iity > k t h' tt. rac 'til.
lpur>,ha ',< t(I"- Sutherl.tand ',;,'irt' Iin
d e q tv irl, %
I'hl I'h.ttr a& 1 \ r: c ,' L..i\'e l.ut
tli Alli tra ltu -t'' o( hel',' its rd.tr I(
grt re*ad f.,r t h ** ;r. .; < thing 1Als
a hi'h ol-'ule Monida.A J.atiAM.tr .tlh, lt
S a ul T 'heo I'r~nio. I,, '-.i t ,rr
lit of t'ioth'S In tll'r itnjnunloth
stikk itn .t\ d% at % V.t' I; ftr 'a-vr -ir
cular


1


If you have found anything see it
it ir advertUd in th? want column.
Mrs. Couch has returned from High
Springs, where she has been on a visit
to friends.
This is no fake sale. Come and see.
I will do Just as represented. Get the
habit. L J. Burkhlm.
Rev. Dr. I. W. Waddell, the Preaby-
terlan divine of Archer, bpeit yete-ic-
day in this city with friends.
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright of Starke,
after a brief visit to Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Wainwright in this city, returned
to her home yesterday.
Miss Mildred It. Folks of Jackson-
ville, after a pleasant visit to her
brother, 0. D. Folks, in this city, re-
turned to her home Sunday.
James Dougherty and Roy Corbett
of Jacksonville, former students of
the Florida University, spent Sunday
In the city, much to the delight of
their many friends.
Mesdames John M. Taylor and J.
Gilbert Taylor have moved into the
home on West Mechanic street va-
cated some time ago by Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Stringfellow, where they are now
pleasantly located.
Isaac Batton of Uniontown, Pa., a
member of the camping party at Palm-
er, spent Saturday and Sunday in
this city with his friend, Dr. Herzog.
Mr. Batton reports everybody well and
happy at the camp.
lion. Shields Warren, receiver of the
United States land office, has gone
to his home In Apalachicola for a few
days. His wife has been there for
some time as a guest of her pare-ntn,
Judge and Mrs. Hi. W. Johnston.
Mrs. Those, G. Metz, nee Miss esH-
sile Halle, of Wilmington, Del., hl in
the city on a visit to her mother, Mrs.
Itachel Halle, and other relatives. The


hosts of friends of Mrs. Metz are de-
lighted to welcome her to her old
holrne.
A meeting of and rehearsal by the
niembers of the Gainesville Musical
and Dramatic Club will be held at
7:30 this evening at the home of W.
E. (Cadwallader. A full attendance


and all copies of the score will great-
ly assist.


For Sale-I will sell ny store on
West rUnlon street, ou account of en.
gaging in other busluess. This is a
good opportunity for a lively party,
and will court closest investigation.
Would sell half interest to right party.
A. L. Reeder.


THIS WEEK


We Will Hold a


CLOSING OUT SALE



LADIES' and CHILDREN'S COATS


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


SLO T aics' Short Jackets, CHOICE
Sfornmer prices $6 ..50 to
L( $10, eadlch ............

()II lot Children 's Short .Jackct, each ........ 1.0.
(),e lot Children's Short .Jackets, eachl......... $2.00
The above formerly solh from $:3 to $fi each.

35 LADIES' SKIRTS, assorted, 31.50 to $10 each, all go at just


- -------- one-half pricc


MRS. R. WILSON


*


..WANTS..


Dr. Armstrng, specialist; all forms
of eye trouble, many forms of nervous- 5 Cent Per Line
ness and headache overcome, and
cross eyes straightened without knife
or operation. The Doctor can be seen Each Insertion, but no advertise-
personally, January 21st, for one day ment taken for less than 20 cents. Six
only, at the Brown House in Galue.s words make a line; no fractional lines,
lle. every word over each six counting as
'm. ittledale ofl Hawthlorn wa san additional line. CASH in advance
In the city yesterday. Mr l.lttledale
has just finished a tour of his terr.ut orders o er-
tory In the West ICud. and says the tons in this column.
merchants anld olthert; nre' In fine con
ditioi. They do not mcmn to have BOARDERS WANTED.
heard of the flluinelal ianle i:n that ------------------
Kection. from all appearances. WANTIll--Four young men hIftrders
Friend Morton, who has private family one block from
Friends ot .31 I. Morton. who has
14H4'i. quit> I i nt bhi horn. on .Wet square. Apply Sun office.
i.e'nitni street for the Iastt ffew weemks.LO
aill1 (i gratified to learn that his con.
citloin 1. greatul Improved, and he lO, T -llack nnd white setter g '
w ill iprolahly be, nlabled to resunme his Ansr.4 nan. LuluI
Answer< name" T I Elite.
dutiet at. for..,,man at the Eddinu Manu- Jr Gailesvllle Fla.
facturlii ('Company's plant In a few
dav PFOR SALE.
Kirty Smunith chapter. I'. D C.. dti- OR-L.
sire, to thank e.:acb and every prsonm IOR SALK-H-ouses and lots. Mrs
who in any way contributed to the M. D Tarbox, 703 R. Inlversity
surcri' of the entertainment gitlen
under the aulspCies of the chapter last FOR 8ALE--Ffty pair Plymouth Rock
Friday night The grosm receipts itoinmr pitgeon, mated. Appl) W. J
amounted to $7:: 0, and the chapter iI'*thy
fe.lm grateful for such liberal patron k r d c o
age fy the putlle IFOR 8ALE-l1ack record carbon type.
a te u writer ribbons for legal work at
I The Run offle,


..WANTS..

FOR RENT.
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms.
Apply 304 W. Church street.
FOR RENT-New flveroom cttage in
South Ganesville. Apply at Boul.
ware's store or Sun Mofs.


WANTED-MALE HELP.


WANTEI-Men to learn barber trade
Few weeks required; best paying
work within the reach of poor man.
can have shop with small capital,
%ages from $12 to $2 ekly;
wonderful demand for barber. Cat-
I alogue called free. Moler Barber
I'ollege, Atlanta. Ga.

CONTINENTAL


RESTAURANT
,r.and Frear--ext to PIrgi.
('eavealeatly Leeate et pd vte
Not "ti .lellrst bank in the ety" but
tiW ohlest *tal4isbed restauraAt, Ute
lst telaippiud, and the place for lades,
in-ntlenn, andt children.
OYSTERS Jt*m
.E tContinental,
*--~~ I- ----sIa r ertsa.
WESTERN STEAK., CHOPS,
DRIPPlDrr- MAWs


Wl,un& Verno Lode' rdvrr m uuvr rooe
Regular Meals. Trading TIekees.
NI, 3LI, Knailthg p,. r.jR SALE-Sixty Barred Plymouth
3tRock. Wri teW. T. nesmm. A. I. r for
shl's. meets tonich at i
W hit@. F la. ft..- D No. 2. I *tnlitm Ini , p u the dtj urrii
All In their CBS,. if qll It a 6:r"run ab p n ce.
o ivert Ptnn' Fltnt FOR SAI.E m l le-room "u ctjf iaI -alr u foat a r prtheric d m
Work 'n t".. 1n* ofResquire ith bath In Nnrtii Gaineuwhll0 4,141 -110 I fo at Es iith l ODOM
broth, w.Icsniso. J. A Rovzwravw. V.iHuse nar n U ood l.e *. C.i arl and (r il.
TRand a halt. Apply to J. S. Goode. "I'") (W Oan.


)AS. %1. RU UM I.P",


K. L TAYLOR Cahur.


FIRST NATIONAL BANK, GAINESVILLE, FLA.
Iamfis l i" &a li m I


UbAfL W. iuzu31U.m.


T ) \A'a&ablbe o At rrvelotwoi &. % III -.- im &JAILS
'the' city )e01t r Atia Made Thae' 5ua
an greeaWbl call reeulaung his sub
wrtittka tw anothr tv4r CaptaiLU We Offer Unexcelled Facilities and Up-to-Date Me"ho of Bakig.
TomD uo~re fa.1m to atteele rxervises L; "
v ceuumorra atIen (or Lmees birth We 4 ru R A LE- e 4)irit Your ine.
"y i t le table to walk and that
was his hbambose hereestaray. FI Ps CW b W O. jOW SWAP ad a- i nbmb


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