Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: January 22, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01182
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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er tat the 8E0 Itdo police are o
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CAMPULL iW GUILTY.

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S kLYNCH Mo AT D.OTHA N.e j% I Clarm oe rtdmaDn PaeN
D i Sd Men Strig Negro to Tree and Edmond Carence Se .n Passes'NTOM D
Riddle Body with Bullets. Away at New York
DOt Ala., Ja. i.--Cl.velad New York. Jan. 1l.-1at* ad
1rankIla. a negro employee of the (anae Ste6man, widelyaknown asTn Em An hoE ,
thern Co.ton~ Oil compaar, was t "ba kerpo t," di t tN i rday
Inched here Sunday night by a sob Oat at his home i this ty fr Na
ot maSukedmes two hundred strong. suidde attack of ha ert t oeble ..
E The ereeo bodyy was riddled wiMth 5r. len anba. foh eforrtg e WB. _-,'M 4
E uets where t bd be swung 101st ANIVESARY OF BINR i TN W are with c riso ae WERE BURIED ON C1. 4
I trom a limb of a tree in the northern -ary Sat1urtday he ebao the prep-
Spart of the town.aM seriously wou n M y *th Cies Ul ted In atoa of a magazine a article, Through the Mee tof -a N4 w.
ed A. C. frulk, secretary an treaa. g Hone t the M it Loved of All taeeo it was while returaag to tr PipeFO o and D rtk WM W W
as Urer of the oil company here after Oath, r an iv*qut Iven his study to. resume work that the Them While ReseuelS Wetr WeilW
0e had b ee caught in the act of rob. atal attack came. 'ee poet was
bia the casah drawer at thle mill.. at Kimbal H tonad a few hautes later by ba To Save Them.
il- About 9 o'clock Saturday night, at. AtlktM. Jan. 31.-4Oyat y was me granddaughter. lAura Woodworth 1y. Nov.. Jan. lt.-After 6m4a
i ter am absence from t le office af a o b5ek ad ad rat asliereary of teidnlan. who hastily emwmeted the ben entombodt fortly4l daysI, 0
et few minutes, Mr. Paulk returned and the bIf of ( eral Mobert It1wad physel1ans. I fet below the surface la the AI O
et 1e06d the negro on the floor under le, commande IIa t otf the ao. Mr. 8tedman, who was 76 year et shaft of the Olm x amis. A. D. f.
th* cusf drawer tumbling with the t t ar my. aiM t*e mobt loved s, wa** born at Hartford, CoMs., loy. P. J. Brow s ad lred M oDsgl
a DebilaStion. He asked the netro e aj t thSouth's seas. |Ad W hllo a student at Tate earsd have been recued.
i- Who was In the employ of the mill. Owing to te* flet ha" It was Sun. distinction in balleh and Greek coo. At 8:30 o'clock Tharadfy lbght aftl
r I hat he was doing and %as informed* day. the day\was not Observd I any position. After a brief MMtorlal e ly. was brought o9Kt loter S
iat Mr. Rabb, the uieriutendent. special manner, but on Monlay there pNri1ce in Norwich sad Wliastei. ute liaer MoDonald oae sto OW
r, had *ent the negro in to dj some r wre several public exereCles In hon. CDOn.. Mr. Stedna took 0 bg ieel- face while ten maautes Sftw klap
e. patr work and began to make other r ofthe memory of thegraey ~!ader. (dace In New York city, where 1* was bnMught up.
Is, auses. At 3 o'clock the Atlanta chapter of was coneted with several of the Whiets all over the d4Mrlet
reI Mr. FIaulk turned to caln the stilrp De',ghtew, of the C)ofederMcy nmet daily papers and with Putnam's ad loudly w lie crowds chelr la
is Intendent and ask for an explanation. n ta t houseof rpreeeneatl\,s. The Harper's magazines. It ws while treets o~ 11y aud every beU Il
14 The negro seeing tha: hWs ru&e wouldageti a wag prelded over tiy J. L. doing newspaper work that he fArst town wa riotfls.
n not enable him to esc;ipe. pulled a Aideson. Crosses of honor were gained diatinctIon as a po(t. Entombed n Dee. 4.
of g"u and fired five tine at Mr. Faulk. prmented to a number of ciderste --- -- Oi the moitlug of Deembe 4th
two of the shots taking effect. veterans. and there woe a number of FIRE LOS6 WOiOO NoDooiad. Brown aM i atley a"4 wM
II The aberiff was notiflh'1i immediate p- ehes madn by promMinnt cItlison. ---- Gre were'l orknlo I the bOI I .
d lyter the shooting an i a posse was At anigt the 'ViraInsl o..tw y ae Large Halware Store at Winaltena. of rie tlthre rot4lsartnmeat shift .
u orgatlied. A diligent search was s banquet at the Kimball houe. An. lem, N. C., Bunmd. feet below the suffaes. The aV ,
*e maJe for the negro 1iw without result, other Interesting event of the day was Win onwSoleSn.N.C., Jan. -I1t''lits occurred ad I o'clock. '
re 3Bday morning the sheriff learned a lecture on "The Batte (f O@ttys- city was on Sunday vlsiled by a 1- The cable used to haul the- t
e that the negro wa at \W'ebb, Ala., at barge, at the Weley Memorial bchurob, tructlve fire, the total damage belnl' hma the third oompartmat4 atI
later he was captured there. Frrak. st 9 o'clock by Mrs. Lamalle rorbell animated at $76.000 to ,000. The'shaft snapped, sad thogeaad t NMO'
4 t1 was brought back to Dothan by plekett, widow of the late General re originated on the eco4 Geor of, of rook, debris Usib t e U w dW"
n private conveyance. After puttig ioGorge Plekett. the buildia of tbe Browslm.orM, ate the shaft.
4 the team up at the stable and Jut as Sketolt of enerl Lee. Hardware comiay,. ornw rC Md liO With ialUbf rooke aed t8id bW
the start was made for the Jail, a R ory haS gerally agreed that sad Pourtb streets, in the ress of streafig dowv apoe then, t-he et
mob of two hundred men, all masked. t L ws ot only the mouth's thq Yuoag Women's CbtrIa atlam *. no a struMgled ap adders. oVM W '"
swooped down on the sheriff and i gratest eoon, t oase of. the greatest tSes at 715 o'clock. The Sr de 1p1I* gp faUl| (Imo hsMes h Ue m1
pose, forcibly took the prisoner, sad all Amarleae. Oftlng fre a mots. both white Sad elored. of reebO s ftiM s thel4, etMs lie d .
a carrying him to a point shortly abore Jie e gti lUlstrious Itrelaters. a two etlies, were ealid out sad teglt valley. NaM d
the mill, they strung him up to a u s eas ly the ratt of thorn all depeaoely o to r btoa b Agego o 1 r1oh tai l m' w .
Iy ub and riddled his body with b W. Wth all of his Wstbiow deeds ado The groesteeIMt is aeota te by well *abeee wo t h IMh- "
l6t1 'ihis iL ate g es ll ne tio wase m d-t* h lrows4t lo.rs mpee,, whbpeal sedt I a N-a 411 T1" the
I M R CHARLES SMITH DIAD. Dat aa ae Ug. YM. sW1 f g gW61 I p *
r- Of t"he oerlo(e ooeral sa's miR of VST VIA wh 146, I0mfthato. At ftrIt, i w t11 at 10 A*s
SWa Pormer Minister to ussia a d try record, both bs the faderas ad The S e spred the "=ena p* had p*l> .'
SPostmaster General. the oNatoirast Wales. It were trIte C. arow ad t.he WiasMtmaedIMm steI m eal s tbe mwHt"
y Philadelphia, Pa Jan. 21-Charip to rpulea. Ht do of va.or,. hif Sompalay the daa a a to b uOWasie ple mtd toe a _I
i, dorySmith., editor of the Pres of*- victoria uad a bafta l rreader at be g estimated at 1$ W e..16. a1a1".i I. to ue0 t i mn h,
b er minister to Russia and poetmas. Aonttle are kaow0 to every a"ee by tappln g tu A 0
ter general, dli0 1 uddenly at hXs he. Of late yearsM the aorth ha1s 1YVEA t S9OY SUW6 IS. pipa Ast Erebodo fr tbePN
a bone IA thhs city Sunday, aged t amte to fremoguls Les roataess, -* . It~.* to tiFs ,t
years. Death was caused by be1t and he Is eow aoorded Oapln* Weod StS Mur Arw Mok Ped ad Drii Thweg Ppe.
1 trouble *.o plae Ito Ameoessb history-4 place Ma0 mhImwtIf lao t N pt wip t0s piVe that was W 4em1
Mr. Smith had held sereral lIpor Bslaularly unique. Now TaarJ, i ae 1. *feth o ryte, at aaras ein ueuse of wee eIt M ia
r taat editorial positions He was ap At gayvnrah. Ga. I a* a. a W e a at* M
pointed mininer to RusMia to 110. Bavesnah, Oa., Jae. 21-4We birth- covered baaaa deA i t he Avat ls Neaed with the ld t hee at
In the spring of nI%9A he was tgi- da) of 0-.eral abt L.... was ob-of bome late -. Seeday. 1 ; M Wad Msad. knowa -- l
ns the I portfolio of pomsialtor gsersalo aer.sd la 1aaabAS sunday by e0r; woud a allk 0mtler astedid atel. wveroe Ml ale *o Mt d
la the cabinet of President McKtaley, else i whkh thae Savaashe V a. aad tea haged" alotf oa oa w IaMdtely taeowreod 1~ 00I
a poet which he held through the p teeo- unrda. t- Cbmthe*, ArlfWy. pipe bracket. pips e. A ibro s | lpp weat t40W, s
Srod of te Sanish Am.ric as wrse d the nasal *it.a and the GOortw I Te tohory of the_ pol lee that itwas thbeal ft that the p Im"w
Sthrouh part of President Rooseve's- assluuars p-tlepatd. e S1A r wesai d utsde is d lesoalt o t e e81t101 of I I
Sad.alstrat on At A uesm,. 4 "a fit of do 0deamy I Pesea.g party red ed m
The pracUra. ..imh t of Mrae Augusta. 0s. -a-. 21-Vndier the The grftrekee0taa 1 om awn. thmpest thp wa
free delivery an tl.e creation of the uspee aa the Usiteo DsA tere of las ly ebuo to aMAW1 M eTow ad *& lriaWmlb" t tiM pipe- ae ow
Mail service in (nI. Porto Roo ad the ,ea I . M frad a.rt, ~a dally . ,
f the Pilippine% nm' ked his t re of ie As pfredde Mth* the teuie M f 1 he eath I A rfN (tlee wa r f**
*as poa.Laf"tEr t.'yral. day of Oeasema b 5ert 5. Le was l. trying to elod ea pimenltally e88 sad the me. m we Me aI 1Mb,
t obratod sI Ma s4y Is the ity sert ssetlWi0es l f t"e 0 Of a WWA MMtu people aboWe. b Ias Mllb14 e
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HamoR mom t WhoIs mNOW byhir- 4 tl@kamtis 6 etlmumd her
an hio f kedof at opiot oo t ot the
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The followtng mos ae aw p foe th.! NeornelY P$WGSSGW aq OAd..r
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mod o Good iM*..
The Selor clas ofof the a8160l"l
High Schuol bai "bg r ty is mat
lu gy tbe'tr LAst Year. FaPV ore
im January I-. fosd this haf mud
hIr friends ao bed#At the hems
' ton of th.Ir numb I, Mn 33M3
26 0Williams. it Nort S rne .
lbs spOciMos yard lasvua .
ruaged with rusAet Is heSK oIP
ftgte ofI the o wvAM h b m 8O
Ow" m (t ;ame" and w eee **O
man up an ee)oIUs t Ie a& d
a a te howr the mo m I d awe
ltagt, Om a evwCd w wis am*
may sawl buwwU4
Oe w "oa bTreebs"* awe
UsvOul o-- d* #uP
p ~ w slow* be
boo soma wela I" rIdt
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B j nlllh r teply. Thi
h*W had rood r tMa.
s3 of the eouons of Thomas Hal
the more remote buildhig,. t(
o-hou-s, workshops, etc., hav
connected by telephone, thu
I yIng the officials of the .ni ersit
many a stcp.
Preparations are be..,g i:iad(e fc
the Florida State Farmerl' liMetlni
).'Which convenes here on February
ThOe 9eN lo will last three days. an
. la ItereottI program has been a
Ian e. very farmer In the Stat
will fad It to his advantage to attend(
The program follows:
Wednesday. February 5, 7 p. m-
Addrem of Welcome, W. IR. Thonua
pwr of Olneihsvlle. "Agrlculiure If
the Ulnvhrsty." Dr. Andrew l8edl
preeldet of the University. "Thi
'lorida iAe Stock Association," 8. It
Oaitaskll, president of association, Me
Intaeh. "The Florida Farmer." Prol
1. 0. SchelL kecretiry of the Cottol
Orowers' Assoclation. Lake Butler.
Thursday, February t. 9 a. m.-R-B
IlbIWt of Cattle to be Slaughtered
Dr, C. A. Cary, sutlrliitendent Ala
bamn Farmer' Institutes. "The Here
tords In Florida," N. A. Calllson
Spring Park Stock Furm. "The Here
ford on the Range." C. It. Thonum
secetary and erepresfitLtive of th
Hereford Association.
Noon-Barbecue, citizt~'s of Gaines
ville.
2 P. M., February 6;- Stock Raalsnm
In Plorlda," S. H. (.Galtskill. "CatSI
Raista In the South." Col. W. A. Har
ris, representing the Shorthorn Asso
latUon.
I P. M., February f9--Address by Col.
W. R. Goodwin, Irtretlrs' Gasette
Chlcago. Stereopttlron l.ecture, Dr,
Andrew M. Soul. I'r'es dtnt Georgla
Agricultural College, Athens. Addrea
to Farmers. Governor lroward.
Friday. February 7. t9 A. M.-"The
Cotton Growers' Assoclation." Judge
8. H. Palmer. Lake City. "The FParm
era' Union," G. N. Trawick, president,
Mayo. Exhibition of slaughtered Cat-
te, showing goo#d nd ,poor points,
Dr. C. A. Cary Tick Fever and Its
Eradication." Dr. E. P. Guerrant. Ocala.
"Florida Agriculture,." lon. II. R. Mo-
Lin, commissioner of agriculture.
The regular Tnelsdy morning talk
to the students was made this week
by Capt. Cox, and his subject was, "A
Mes.e to Garcla." He took a the
fouadatlon of his lecture the per
prurijo on this subject by Irt
iHabb l, based on ani incident of te
lpaalsh-Amerlcan War. From this.e
4iOatei soie important lesoms as- to
ie vale of prompt, exaot, aW 0s.
tlO obedlince In the perfornMBAe io
duty. These Tuesdar morning talkftre
givel at S:(l,' every Tuesday maI
by a member of the University faetft
or some specially Invited speaO r.
Visitor are wel ni,. and roe1 Wbo
will lake the effort to get out at the
rather early hour, will ie repald tor
m dolnc.
lth system n ow in use for publish
Iha and kepilng r matters relating to the cadet oam r
latin. Is a mo-le.l of simplelty ad
clearness. Thi I, the prodwetiei of
Capt. Cox. after even year' ex-
perience In military matters. It was
Istallled here jusIt after the Chlrist
mis holidays
Dr. HBrser, t!he 'tallo eatomolo-
get has returned from a tria In
SeOth Florida. where be went to at dy
White Fly conlltions,. He foInM the
eag. which Ii parastlUe o the fly.
pwing and doing elective vwer na
Idsll#all the pest. Hie sprayed
-I groves with tfegi .psr,. ad
i thus striving to spread this saitral
emedy to one of the meI puemetle
hladerances to orange Iroewa.


The Rexl" Remedies desenr confidence.
As aM thee rantwdie are grouped under one name, they must md
Sor bil togt There must be no weak inks in this chain. OWm
wuworty remdty would men disater to the entk pIan If you
fr ample, pchuued f the "RexaIP Caugh Cure and weeot acred
byte, hwr could -w expect you to place any iW th tbraftrs in the
l tsp loa Cure or any other member of the "RPtamIt

You can undwaan4, then Vre, why such nh ,xidous care wa g
to fIvn v and cbow*i the remedies to which the name RallS" was
giv We have fitted none to this ircle until our committee of
aperts had been o inCed by inteation and test that It was the
best remedy kapwn to medical science for the aliment at aimed
to treleve
Who should know better than the leading thousand't dggt of
this country what are, and what.are not, efficient medicines ?
Remember, the success of our enterprise depends on the meat of
each Iddividual remedy. Our reputation, which is our very business
exstnce is at st ke. Can you doubt, that in buying a"Rexall' Remey,
you are buying the best that science and experiee can give you
Here are three prominent members of the "RexallU" ry:


MAL OW NAM TWO
The famous Rexall "9W" Hair
Tonic liconincpod In chief of
Resorcln, elita Naphthol and
Pilocarpla.
Resorcin i one of the latest
and most eflettive germ-killen
discovered by science, and in
connection with i eta Naphthol,
which Is both germicidal and
antiseptic, a combination Is
formed whirh not only destroyed
the germs w hi' h iob the hair of
Its nutriment, but creates a
clean and he.ilthy condition of
the scalp, which prevents the
lodglmnt and development of
new Ierms.
Pilocarpin is a well-known
agent for rfeturing the hair to
Its actual color, where the loss
of color has been due to a dis-
ease of te scalp. It is not a
coloring matter or dye--t pro-
eceu Its effect by stimulating
te scalp and hair follcke to
health and active ife.
This combination of cur.
sive asied with alcohol as a
tilmdat, leects the met d.
e6lv redmeid for hlir and
calp trouble known to4ay.
Per Bottl, lOc.


MAuM T IWIIA MULT
The remarkable success of
Recall Dyspepsia Tablets is
largely due to the new and sue
ce.ful method of manufacture,
whereby the well known prop-
erties of Bismuth Suhntrate
and Pepsin have been combined
with carnlnltives and o t her
agents.
Iismuth Subt'itrate and Pep.
sin are recoan medical lpoiearion as ai qrlt.
for acute indilgction orr hl ui;i
d) spcpat..
The IPeplin u'd is mannurf.r
turned hunter a new proc as
which develop, it, greatest ofl
fclen cy. Pesii> not oid "ul"-
plies to the lleglAllve n'aclllnery
one of the nmst Important lcn-
mrets of thedigestive fuid, but
It seen* to exrt a tonit latiu
ence upn" the glands wliikl
supply all the othcr elements.
The carmlnltivee add propl-
tles which promptly rileve
pains caused by mundigted food.
The combination of the whkle
mak maremedy ablwoluty n-.
valuale O1 any ma or woman
sufferIng from dy)epMls-and
mot oaly a remedy a tIw
whkch works by gradually re.
building and *timulala t- h e
lmtand whkh perform the d.
gestive functios. l'iackag, 15c.


A new Idea In Cough Synlup
This preparation owes it ef.
Iciency to the presence of Wild
Cherry, Vinegar Squlls, Done.
set, IIfrehound and Syrup.
All of these have lie known
for a hunted years as remedle
for cotighs and ltAti.;rls.
In HRcal Chor-v ilcae Cou'h
Syrup, all of thew,' r ,i e ( I dis
hae lccn rconliilt i i y ;v :ino
(cess In anuIctl r t l a t h.as
Idended them i?,ti :t ,.:rh dinal harmony whercly the
charactri.+t(iI of each nailiport
sald rrinforce the oJ hthl,
The pathlitlnlh properties
of arch Incredient doe's its owlL
particular eo ki I easing the In.
flamed memlranc, looeniag
the )phlesn> and at t I n g p a
condition of health In the brown.
chial and isl passages.
One spqonful will relieve the
Infamed membrassad tempo.
mrrily stop the cough. One ho
tie ljrll a cure. It Is er
ceedl Pe ior to t wmte-
children per Bottle,. c.


Look for this b xaU Guarantee on each pack : "This
t in granted to give satisactm If dc s not aome
d and eot yowr nm y. It belong to you and we wnt you to
"hav it."


J. W. MoCOLLUM & CO., Druujt





PARMI91 IN 0O0D WAPI. I OPP TO PLANT OICIY. f Pli City. whor eo w ON@
U. asmal ""W isgo" 4tWWemu W,
ofoeke4euomsaesd Cribs Leeded. They IOiae Preeloldeat leges'sse Dlgle
F lolatr t Opseu"rs I O ggat1104ceinvemtle.n__ Pm&"NatM40
Tax COisrW. 1) Dkbias dRev. I a RoIn. p resw d enmt of the a"bsttIn whl4k e hi b bsmp
Tax Asso W. W. C'in left Mopm
day ow r- ta N OWN me l~ Aa J.IathiU.. mo rse she tf. T bf s o bw 0
mosb ow do SS Afw dW& a IMD. Bloso NJ" mesa* ft o am kw &W& 'u'mid
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Cetsatr immasse, -at re tumaY
b& a ltwr the Mewiba am a" pat
at ike mNi'S west alo"t lop, ew
fteadks e~mW ovad UPtb inow.
isomu the frbros lo ve Wn st
thwr sow&~ tbwhob' un c es a.MWan
erl WO r fN oS thei Ss tI i&St.
d dayWi aft iME*-r now Oui so
spmw a tIa sbp fmpb lsr iY year.
h 7epa sef we d~sd, A* ro.
load" cousJ m l~ld""l "ll
hove PbW at evwryt wesvW to
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twho 3w h viVeas tee agte"m 4
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gpN~~crmq,4Uvsr.4bv#*k tedy~e ti~ be!~i.~.IMU auh Li9sM'br~ini e ve distl to be .
6" f emoi -1 St.' as
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twh's YM1 AV as $do" "am O do uh i

~imas. ibu66 ft -*4Rh4the*up or aft"wow be so gh aet
tl pee96*,to M ansevso Muuafs~ md556watV h *6.I e O m i bs~ahflt oegme I
erss ~ a a r %00-Of t as"am' he as dtoane
bw esr d**Y a""MIN mees k"Wa on vow wi~th ft. pw I* is as king of 60 earm.
"no 1w)tit baaI W"gw the b e M tORA t Ir thre. Pr over

M emt~mg N.beas ~s ht~~ wa" A~m.pow i teq *41his V yu 06M tM 5. a0d educat
dwa~,. ) a e at h 4u It IL- aI.-, hdoorry It
Od @softm la0" a a **d wh h, he beaMW hasbiy bletote
0011w610 we hav to Sral I0 %hi4MnW O119A Sf *lCM&.11ar1iere rib done

ad met Wlt bi t t0me
b I-No woo" bso W4som eiamdtbe Orl binIdt to and educate
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indmral 3 ft3 o il -00"0 010isne9ey uw fIlr" v mmdtpflm e mo styablbe t tk
Si to =Mb0 ,S Ad we "hrms wW fht to &aV bIntPlea ane oI bh ool.-ot f
MOM t trwo n why b".00Q
Sheget umitheHar. 6 1ea14 0t0 A pt a I s e io shavbee dg tese by
Isom w lvei mwato be at 1"5 f t" do._7 u --1iiknj tile a .iNo estws" ad "$law or the
sFrameosa.o ast elseW&W tmo .AIAS bOfas saIU gptten ou ph* tow am be
JPM Abom" U ownysNWIM*aater he rub wa heretor b TM prdeda
---- ---m ovild poodbW pb 1#, a do&.' of acya "i -tuft #vocW, it is
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53grss7 il eA=Uoalis1 OI F
peaes u t %o" e01t suh lbat awsas a theh resin
ifiS, "k amb egiatr, mayf d best hr allthe and
UAM"IMaimgal am_____ people, as i"*'OPI)", OWN t Is pnd Into W ailp. Thea.
*am 6; I___ago"__im "___ e 'W O to' "d "d -*am- ad -UrpW portios o the
won be "M be te. RM. h10 IbMLe"Y pepl ttoP u"nles s t an into" T11' 1116%d Mahe
Thaw~iC~i ~ to must Its d to ade tme n#Iut
TtMwhear0 1 t I" so*- I W" to pop "0 ~"Oft do a said asMr stoctfE aniodoo
;In tte *0O SSt h' atOd t damned h We to who as p st erie *1ad 4 h it. Iwi llionsep
~~Vrowlem -as do**WM Avem:rily Movolu gtten Mt of rhM& W:l
Owes AM for dw pvakW. No is Matta o bog* MIS *a- MMK be oap hwsiton bon "Md", as
WOO VMOMY 0"ll 10 Yet lef to Se pop* f ON* 11110t; to rW"S.,,Wq SW an w SW Via'no'o
~ IkCWI mkllun~reoirl %. no rqgT~ u m CC W Sdu ko en as(1 outoomr of this
Ot Onaftate t~ato the vat" *a* of R9Pbr~cW Oak 1110MI
The UM 1 14110mnGt t, e r m
-w sall-t euse m muss up Sthe1 ".R
'1' an a" WW 0 r a ft bm"We to 0111404110 kwe SO a No"clAOllWo
?:'..'"' I ~UD1PeoplLodP War k a adwi t MeA so Of AM*W*W
Musblelowe rew tounlss ob-imPof_ t USU
SMY TMW mug be so n tbu i his penw to dead thengeive But it =, L4);~~p:'
P.:- tfW k Bei t "Od" 09 In W StMOM4, %1AY ft 111114DO AM u razma*_ 414 he. ri
: . bere Vier do M be" to Pat damed b be who JIM olrr~rc~ waw I",
=11"Alnft 9ft" and 111206 UP 0 ewmgV 1


Tetr storeadvertistas will mot r'lve"
. 1n "Utor o yBo d m I r allotted Ipn
wI i to-- It I M Mo wil'r lWe


That squal you bmard was the R.
pubflea "Hog ComadHe" of the Houe
of Represmtatlves WI sht w n
wh oan of It's ftt was pushed out
Sthe patromare trougb.
{r ** a I r ,- I
This idea of a Clnmee army of
%U J 0* Ie s all right exspt that
a Chim ees army of that sdme cont
ever get together wrltout havtin an
L Il section among themlsela.

Tom Lawson. the Roowsvelt rpoo
r. dropped 4 n at the Whlte House
S few days ago. It Is to be bl op that
his tip to the President itll prove
more reliable than bhl tis to the pub
lek.


plains that the bales me.n of that t *iaieam e ~ h iafel
towph not T ie at mr support L o ota<, ;
In Uth tLhe busiaJn me ot ive OMakE t o-r .i el91-i t
are pnlakc a uray mistake. It we _l7eid usiSiss
be a srac o tothwn tob pnmiH I.t.I- e t, sts
aeh a live newspaper to suspemtd ar Ip ter -
e lack 01 patromags "'Buasjp s t
busln es." however, and the puiblish- nTes I" m tM d m .11
or, cannot be upected to ooatlnue J. 8. Bodlfor & Os. peeldl ApJ ta.
pb.llcato une s It selfual.r.... ,, _ ,
The editor of The 9Su appr ep late
th(be ltuatto which qpnfronts the pub. f
sbera omt The D wmerat, for he ba E
ben confronted witt the am e J ritua-
tlo n la ybear past. andl while two or *n ,, t, W imat
three of our nerhants are liberal ~~4a''"
advcrtis'rr' at preaent, the rryipts j? .
far an e~lntlrk ruth'u adveorlhtinll ,
from the bu.linaes's mnen of this city I~nY,.,. ima M,.. jse Citr.L.J
would not pay the running eipesae
of The Suin for a lihgle arek. boae Sr
If you uay doubt this Atatemenit. but
our books will prove It. 't


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B8THB .'JOODAN. w', HAMPTON.


IORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCEE
PORTM Bl OCK oAINBSVILLB. FLORIDA
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'ire. Life and Accident ow


mTABLISHED, 1869


H. '-DBALES IN
---DEALERS IN-


Sea Island


Cotton


GAINESVILLE, FLA.


SEABOARD


Air Line Railway


The aprpprlatlim cownaittoee art 0 6mu.-ivIll. now has i dairy of
171mg to cut iowa the artupimm t .thoroushbred Jersey, *ad the folks
es~mates. as a dLCt Is teated. The down lterv ra getting coplous sup.
repblican panle bas stru tnckCoagrees plis of rood milk. Jersey mllb mid
St lastl. Spu wu r waro bverageSUA At (ru
ay IPnd poople.-Liv Oak Deumo
The Taft boom at Cloveland vs Crat. YOg (Noshouldhbay* said "aath~er
t Fdral o alrai s ronved tram of. dairy o utrhounhbroe. Jerae'- Ii'm
t aho are friendly to roraher. ther mursts. as the one you refer
Why, of ar. What cnmarths a tmao oee the fourth dairy ofhOkrough.
rederal otifl fur 't to carry bred 3 supplying thi city.

STA -I -OF mo. CITY rOW IToL D
The Introstate Comments' ('mm.la LrVrA CtW.
Mm P In RA port just, publimed! Mral J. Cheoey makes cat that
mcoam"ds sir ru6 l mamd uoantl to beIt o nior piartet of tMe rm oa Far
the ralinvvm4rate law. whnh I lajq r to 3. Chese A ft. delag business U the
bw just aswl .hjajbIe Ist at &Rqpub .city of Tok-Ao. roumly we istat. stom
Icau Nmgrxtv canu bell be apectod saUd. 1.nd tam It Si" Amwll Pe t
I., thus bo hipthe o j fiu m cotOu Hvadit Doll-,au fore
and revry 'as at CtCratrrhUMa epamot
r bomua' of dart bk rs. (asltwt ('AUk It the s o Hans Lmvvi
ltu.Clark ee.'is to have f(Mien sat Icare. 5'IANK J. CbOIT.
it.rl t*',e n mI hr Sw wm )boe ie n* d tabaibe
as t* e iAJurtl f the pON*# si are h *mywoem"e, t -fat y dy ofID
pAod witid with Frsh Clt'sr rewg sembfA ILI1U. A. W.8A .40n .
Ytoo wntake th fve a t is her thpaw aOwt foot I I
to Not a 11M potauo" 41.' The' VU Okft cum"Cue Is %Ami
of 0 at N*toy eat Ihlq
twid diml apbn In r~L q
due w r W 1a Und at do 1924114%.
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WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PlBL-
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We Seu






rt on the positive guarantee
LORIDA .'rLT STATE that if it do8s not give satis-
faction we will return the
inmel w ~A o' entire amount of money paid
Oe',ver os ,; ot Anotd er us for it. We mean this-
Term%'rt at Sulrted as;
His il 411i Vote. 5 nd sk all those who are
Acco rdig tof tentt of Hon. dick andneed strengthtotry
henry 8. O ht steete of the United it With this understanding.
tlc h. utl of the W. M. JONINSOU, Drut
orida a^g Oglt ral Republican exe.*
Utive eommlMi, oab one of the Re-
p)bean rt leaders of Ilorida, the --
nlora ds o W d wubt throw NeWS OF CITY AND

tr the t o of COUNTOIY ONDEWSID
e Vunlt'i, dt t motion. .-- 1 a


al convl UDr. GUe. S. Waldo will open deoWt
C0ol. Ch l tlp, sI e, Hoo. plors in the Grahiai hulldlng, Eat
Jol. CN oe ea Hon.t Ma;n street. I)r. Waldo comes to
J. N. COretno AlmhIo. reet Gainesville with the highest recos.
they had bee r. m dmd on an wt- mndatlon, and The Sun bespeaks for
portant p at esaod. 'While the, him t liberal share of the public pat-
ission of Mdl erd hd not been ronage. His advertisement will be
made publal a eas Ier-aly o. found in another column of today's
eded thait e e- of great im paper
jortanese; tsInnlh pon the Oomlon C. W. d'Martine, special revenue
atMomal peOltI tautlon, and Tue, .collector, has returned to this city
day 6e i ,.11ralled upon Col. fro Ocala, Cedar Key and other
Cbubb hi n i-oe pooet. poalts, where he has boeo on ofloal
The report seam Col. Chubb in business for the last few days. He
Js8 us 'Cl ~b e' ntad, clver~ reports a good trip, and declares the
i. usu hew m of mind, cleve merchants of the towns he visited
Republ cn onomtrin would t were n line condition, and enjoying
Republican to N covetion wouldtrade.
oon be *l K'Was particularly de- a good trade
sirable tso ',thWb distinguished Hand .. Hudson llurr, J. L Morgan
etlo1em"a's 0 pio at thl time. At lltch, members ot the Rail
Arst he W ri la6 at to talk on mat- road Commisslon. have arrived lt the
tewr politiU, but wa led up to a point city, and this morning at 9 o'clock, at
of e@thusrtm wIk he was asked if the court house, will meet repreeents-
Ihe Repeblcas o Florida were not tives of the Atlantic Coast Line and
tfr Roosevelt. Thi Immediately the Seaboard AW Line in the matter of
kindled hlt hutllaum, when he r establlshlng more adequate tacdUUet
plied: at their respective depots for the con.
"Yes, Floi r a.Rooeevelt State. venience of the traveling public.
Every RepelboHea and imay Demo- The Jeavons Dramatic Company oen
rats were aulo to Roosevelt to tertained another large audieace at
accept another r and complete the their big tent last night, the bil beltr
great polelsM frwra t with great that romantic and touching drama,
blessing to. the American people. "Driven from Home." The company
Hl great geltiM, Maserly mind. domi- will appear here during the re*m iri
matin pars llty and marvelous of the week. As a compilmemt O the
courage, make 'hm the greatest State Federation of Labor, now i see-
Amerlea of t-day, and the most tia s-on here, on Thursday migh there
Portant perwIe Of the world. Us- will be a special bill, the edilmp 0 0-
der his powerful ad forestl leade'- derl* g a thrilling play enaftled "Th
ship the Paama canal would be Working Girl's Wrongr."
quickly completed tl ganu trusts C. W. Wells of Alachus, oef fto*
controlled, t pim e food law efaorped. leading farmers of that eth c wa1
and railroad oarporatim rWglated. a ong those who spent M y t
"But ah fb Pr VMeat' lut deca- this city. Through the genemro dmr
ration that he would not accept the tesy of Mr. Wells, the editor sad eity
somination aata directs our inds editor of The Sun have been brought
to another candidate. There is no bac to their boyhood days, as they
qElFrtion but that the best qualified have once mnor had the opportunity
statesman now before the 0 people a og toting the deliciou flavor of the
Wi H. Taft-. 1a Of preat brain "good old country ham." Mr. Wells
amI .trofht character, and marvelous ha a lar e ra;n-g. and raless sme of
*'\.. utive ability, of judlcal tempera the finest hnoq in the country. His
r.* : and thorom hly Imbued with smoke-hou e ise always well Ailed with
: elit's policies. In view of theee the cholrct nI-,nt
he is best ftted to carry out te
S-d.lnt's potlles, and I feel cont. WINDSOR PARTY.
thr'at the Florida delttion will
o- ",lid for Wm.. Tatt." ... .... .....,.,.. -. .ma, .. .


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P'h met ISaw a s"d lmdhe Are 5
Wherein a dvsu ellwo" tlb ow-

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OUT STATE ITEMS

Viitoro are arriving in Orlando at
the rate of twenty-five i,'r day, say.
The Repdrter-Star of that city.
Member of the Catholic church of
St. P bterburg are t.aklig step&
toward the erection of a new church
building. -
Elaborate preparations are being
made for the holding of the annual
convention of the Florida lBankers'
A-olaUon which will be held In St.

Live Oak will probably have a bhirt
hfatbry, as some of her ipublic-sptited
cttleas are in communication with an
eperienoed manufacturer with that
view In mind.
An old negro wau accidentally killed
In Live Oak Thursday night by a
eight train running ov'r him. It Is
suppoed that the old manI was deaf
and did not hear the train approach-
Ing. -
Rev. Oray, pastor of the St. Peters.
bur Bpsleopal church. will visit the
Old Country some time soon off the
earnings of a lif* Insurance policy
that be has bee parrying for many
year. -
Detective W. B. Cahoou. while chae -
tla a negro In Jacksouville who was
supposed to be a thief. was run over
by a hbavy truck wagon. He fell
under the wagon, the front wheel pawu
Ing over h left leg, breaking It below
the knee. -
A lar turpentine Mtill at Punta
Gorda was blown up Wedneday morn.
tnlg, horribly burning a negro named
Tbm Hicks who was standlnil o the
platform. The till was a complete
loss. The negro has only a fgbtlin
chance for life.


Mrs. Berta Wooster, who is now
visithg In St. Petersburg. Is happy
over the return of her oet eIns
whih amounted to $1.500. Ch her
way from JacksonvUleo to St. Peter
burg she lost her purse ontalinag
eight diamod rla. They were
fhund br the porter t the train and
turned over to Conductor Kna He
ent them to the railway's ollal
headearters, and wwe a search was
tslmttd Uad the property idetlled.
the dsmmde were rermed to their

The Jay
Of UncIng s to have ood health
Use Herae sad yu will have bI b-
ils tf 4f.y Vu am d L be hlm


DRINK HALF OP ANY OF OUR WINKt) AND SEND
REST SACK IF THEY ARE NOTJB'Z





Chas. Bnrnette o
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JACKSONVILLE,


WHISKIES IN BULK.
Per
)' rlda Special Rye............
Compress Rye ................
Brookdale Rye ................
Paul Jones Rye ...............
Belle of Maryland Rye.........
Paul Jones, "Old Baker".......
Livingsto Rye .............
Old Olbeon Rye ..............
Malt Whiskey ................


'Gal.
11.50
2.00
2.50
3.00
3.50
3.50
4.00
5.00
8.00


Cem Whiskey.


Old Oeorw Corn .............
Marko County N. C. Cora....
Special N. 0. Yellow Corn.....
Old Pilot Moustala Corn.......


t.801
3.50
3.50
1.50


old Band 100 per cent Corn
.Double ped ............. .00

Gin.
Domeso Holland .............. .6
Bele Brand Gin .............. 3.60
txpnre Preid. rer alJ.
I tsone Club ................ .60
OM Kentucky Rye ........... 3.00
Old Mooram Rye .......... .60
4q~s. 13qts.
Keystone Clut .........0.00 $ .76
d014 11 ev ............. ... t.. t.00
Oavatler .................. 4.0 10.00
OldMe Wwddhat ......... 4.5 11.00


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WHISKIES IN SOTTLI& '
4 qta.s 1
Monogrm Rye ..........S..4O I
The Leadrr, Pure Rye.... 3.50 9W4
Old Crow Rye ........ 176 10u'
Moogmram Rye .......... .T l10.,14*'
Private Stok Rye....... 4.30 10.0 i
Wilson Wlkey ........ 4.40 1j.
Delle of Marylad ....... 4.0 18. ,0
Paul Joneo IPur tar.... 4.40 11
Uvlnptoa Rye .......... 4.40 1L0
Old Os ar Pepper Beorbeo 4.0 ,m 3
Jau. & Pepper Bourbm... 4.3 1a.I .
Canadian Club ......... 4.0
Mt Vemon Rye .......... LOO
Dewar's Speeial Seoa... 4. 40
King WUlliam s ote.... T.00
Du ys Malt Whalkey..... 440
,Caiad Malt ....... TI .3.S
eaoth' Tom Oin ........ .
Oordom'e DAg Dry Ofi. .1
OGeeva Hollad O1in...... 4.
Plymuth Oa ............ .1
Heoue-me C eo Ocase... LW,
*uperr Blmkberry .... O L't
Old Apple Brandy. .LS
Old Peah randy ........ L iJ
twd St. Crme Rum....... 4. i
Londoa Deck Jamalea Ru m 4.
Ota Pbhok ate .......... 8 440
ik adlm te ........... .M I T
Bot MNU Brandy...... 4 M i


Itk ien et oprea the 1kW eh~rge as sMY cf oW a" a" Of
I SON 16100090 Wa 4 emb .......I
2 l~gs .......a.M.UP.0..4..arts

.....m ........ 1.00.



Chas. Burnette & co. '9


bretl sad have ttoat be i 639, 637, 69, West b rf Street
y0e mmoth. TIy a botMe of mbi e.
a paoite ere oIr all Ui erampltah
3. MarVl, AnsM, TeM. wrItes: 1 I


have uend Babb*efr evor aros.
W &W K k la nereselm. Igldy
r1Immsd Ift #A a "smmedIcne for
dyspopa." to sJe bW e W. WJob&
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IurUFmli1 K n ap. t ,v -s ..r ,N
I ,and 3ir .Ja'liii Torode. Sr.. gave out
of thbe Jflm,"t *rjoyabhe Pates 0of th.
1au.n. 'I'll v -.ntertainf4 to hbor of
tbelt rwn and dlatghter. Mr. sa Mr.
bas. Wevkh- of Lynehborg. Va.. and
Irs Alle W'vki),ly,. a @I of Mr.
Wpeeklv. ~aiv(i of l.nC1hrebrg.
The giv-1ls gathered gwo~pPyat
A o'clock Atd %fre NAl ode*wlMOW
bby, te griorlatiss hot aSAW boollow
Masnv Intet'Stlfer U5 534 g S a.
tepti made the tIme P& 1S Yil
quickly it )the bAPPY PmIlelfllPW
IrtUtr ttw getS t p5*f r f"Tinn it r6e"ninwhren your
to tb#. dining rtvft Wb" A~rl~
,uiet th eye .he taeU vW ms ahowins hon fire. bemim. It in
thifig of twolifty u h 1of 10"'A& IwOiWIN t he soonvywt
mLaok AridCi tiftS AI S34gUM. b "At' S~~ V
Opgntminert W0 w"P Ibe SINWo 1fmw home-Aim it, bwe

trUitq As,,t ire* WO"00 1oveno is Is upon a
Atwt~ thrl 60 948 :1. wronpolicy for
nwraidtU~lf' of Mr. sW MMs Taveds
".,Il will j 1IR i ish th t y f 11M
04h"Ohr rst ld!FOi


To~r 'flT V r~
hosal and h'a.toes. A Mwasd "t
Sat ~k td #!r reoctiY wo
the nliuI wd o*ri Vay.
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so .4 d innV tc
do**im brnmoom ".
40in t. bo* IbsON


STnriWeekly Cmstiutih



$'1,00 a Year!


FIor rurnl comlluaaitijt'J thep mtort catching newso
Jp[KPo rTPIKoHitimi o 'iIt 1h1 A Itl(riesn coltinunsltl
A g~ummavit.el eirculntiotiMos$ lI iNN "60-41
pial ill dn el lime. eu bcri;litio n o lNo r mt 6 SI.4b
uniftu orclor it ncIOnliedl ItV pmvisIait, and A eubiYI
wCfjAiEJilo (tiM'Ilmitinued tupof vpinrtion of Ath psi
teniia in c'ruianepwitha eruption of PEosoA"We N

r rtmenit--s ride ill forrdu ftr mlany yoj3 wft Tb*
S lcnotituttion'oo otmbipmiaNo lst.
Think of it--IN jopesrw for only $l.OO-JZ'Iw
Weekly Cionstitutim, published Mondy,
Wid W Uverd tu, dM II 9W I m

S IJfktot and u.*ws romiwtm(if ni thoU io .bsfov
Shi linait, o*elhsri' tihe following sinnmig.
Sedicrijatwonot aYi l o, spt dirw'et sceImmpOd 01
lu.TaEy (r44 or rwga'to-er.il.,terr 'aehi.
MIS WrT iII'eve'ry township MWd rurmi
gimmvin jiS *thea *'with.
'fll. ,a~t u 6jlitIt;,ttui ~wlaasa m ev4,'rl huu~md
*Is,# aire' uaking ~fromueIN50tollfil a monibwi.
little' effort. ta? u '%ithrut *uitstrfrisim with thr
6, work. t' we wit ',aa'* a. inr'o i n g**r ilow

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S 'J, RUMORs OF WAR. *leI of a recent Iass
W^A'L ^ W p ^Thbere seems to be determlso Seminolte, Urging
.. I .some quarters to try Wad ivool tugtM W-t pumad e a Western reser.
FPiae ode sPO r **a nslaenm;*fto.. the Unit" States and JMpa to the Yato*r Ip hWome way protected from
B .sT' .*OIsms t*. verge of war. Everythi th ~doeo the Mtftokhment of the meridless
-.. .. v oti .cbry that a w Ohite, t, The practical extindtoni
= -- R halo warviie prepsIlU^u'I ly of gtU ad the drainage of that
pse "Ir ...... *.....c r. rated ,so that (e of etonlt4 of the redman, the Ever-
V., _.rNTTs.... Sl. r ins, eis their coltry aMo mw 16 0owg9 Mh&W reducing himn to beggary.
stut state of etelietaet. Tafe4 il42 b I 4@veni. very well until you
omct r-oT 4 I-trt ben the 0 W.s h 016, y W.sm* tt situation at short range
V w. -n abm q taL.im o or40 offf" 4o)t 4 a -0 thot the beggsr Seminole ti
__ __ __ ___,. ______ __ l~~o=r ltr M i ,h "th e lord of the soil"
-y4-r ofr1o t i y a e was br eve wants to be.
I*VrKe t pdiBM Z1ft eO no* t a white man this
I1io *s bis pIb s e of ue Mason and DiMon line
._-_ -"--S- lga ,0igeos. I S to t hS s of nature would be no bap"
.; ,.-..-..-- ...Ipa. pipMhi dlT .as 4- i toa. An acre of
Niuo~ 6W is low ssw. t lA. to for, h pkmpkn.s and corn. a
,s t Mr5 5l t tIir rW few V the range, a pony and
0 Zi-Y ng b~d, --ig bom "0as -Is l s *E MgW I g, sA is ng O the kaig of the rth.
rg;1 " el T"gI wh ftl etor i f one" i w g I "to r s a lot g -- '4 1 oft to yield t for W needs.I
ZA' 0 ,et, w, t. wa the olet. it to Iaad 16 1i the, clamity of ame I
u 5sapl, as", iba -oAt el J lAM? eztoe i'=?o, s he- has brought it
e, lei, t e t s4 thl dmlUty abohit Ip a S ie 13* aUpi ,. syf .as he has done
9. p' V afiJ ii~g~ to te U.wlte$po S p pAan ma had wIt o", Indiscminately and with.
S a. iusraen .deo a n -bb armegepd th.gh the hat W thdotht for the nature Provide
. h ~ eum if we asf i g- eTT usual dipllas Iamienls g b the ftr hinm f you wadt to and educate
" of smsit e WiqIilr >.theeg ends1llr | Bis MtoeM te hIN if yOes wll but dio't worry about
i ,s i rely a smaer of trade i wth blm. for be 1 abundantly able to take
M 'S Sg whie we h ave to at1 lfth a Chla mare of Masself.--4ort Pierce Tribune.
e a- m-t 1m.. .e.e sea b ,no0..
ram y b'eth W A presses has been discovered by
S lator TwM? s _e s P ine the, th aTTw u "a .ae ltUo1s= which k wdust and "slabs" or the
- 14 d at'iM4 p that -" ""Vwith a te. *ol1. Japan *da o the "sa's partioe of plae trees can be
be L mi At s. UW ited Wbasm wa I e a w*ither avwoteM nto paper. The process,
Sa*odd -vsftI WA s ladub. of thoAgh et fully developed, It is
The M r ees mlaWbH uIdMbtd aras. Tk ev0 e .4 w 10 I* elsaled, has the good promise of suc.
to, M s ood te to Sow A 6n8 be~ tO wld oues. the sawdust is s.ub te) d to a
1V *SP tmr tw Jevij $hin gMf proletpd a taregatoW t that extracts all the resin
am---' T ,or o The. thll t ertaSl*. md trpeatlte contaiaed In it, and
A 3l Wo fW- ll 21ad H VM uW the people tt a ltfd tate te n IAs rod into a pulp. The /
" IoMary tohoe a r fl Sami "bam whM Il tat to th ,tte, ed a/d "lbe ,d "-appy" portions of the
S11110 be "Me001 a 14eor*L asm eW atay es party weM dare e. re at Into shavla.s, sad these
to ra ee itW hlda Wloe -lnh a eAotst treated it a similar meaner, sad fr om
M00 ieSa S a ia t be0at 10MI wa9 1a prOarN. Tl ortbs1l P-. this a paO paper stock la produced.
l l Wto Ms y by tlMrO thei u& dI sp1e of the adimista of If tOIt disvery is proven to be prae- I
- W. ale-. ept that wr t- whibtt Jaage to the pmt sehooats i n *isl, it will man millions to pr
Sftr em au elswhere, Aw Seitely O bthiaud gotten oat of what ae al-
eldM. days or te bird. No a matter of hom rlo die emt be ways heretofore been regarded an
wWlteriy de0l0 to hKt, ydt left to the people of seMketo to wsteo.. We shall watch with no
K V a S0 begilfte to Sase ls Solv, The Islon of the adalis 90 smll lpterest the outcome of this
*| S5i. ____of emlwraats to then IditeS State 1 profpoitlo.-Uve Oak Democrat
Say hMta tI for Coara to do- F
MU0141- WW WO ODS* te @ tIw ,mad the ederal oievnaea(
pImm Auet bear v wit ortt to eete seh i s t atioal w .ov"Omal NATURE SPARES
the M alp **alt WSlie tisessuo may deema bet or all the -
S wspeosple. War is a elality that so "$1 a *ft1460 1 b nm a.t1
1smale, gable people report to unless co tt eG oe of men
am 7 aw m0"t boe r that so IIeda to defend thesmsetes. BBt If 2tItW s tots
011 V t Wher tVfo 10 0a1 e t 1t daane beo he who rInt arie, hold, L M = 1Nbe Sty Mft
isbat Lir n lsamia v ir a the efoGME." 4P s e io%
% Tbhe ive Oak Daly Dewnart corn gms t 800ia hel o and se we
Towe etordaivrtlatogwI1r:." plinT s thmt the o beanees men of 4at k W* 1- om avet a uvefle
SNow-I L-"Aaet e H ato wB a"re to to r of avertising patron. sowti ew Pi
Isem t o ?W elte 1n*retthat baInsawlift
** *u., Ia pour ***lo wo Ith business an of Uve Oai 1hteir teo
adros errtaaklas a grays mistake. It would sabijtely destroy o this gea thus
be a hlagrace to the town to permit s aede. Cold by eaa dn*
That squteal you heard Was te sh a live newspaper to sauspend tt. Send t. Va stamps for
pubeica "Hoas Combite" of the = tow it f traso. "Buasoese i Thw erpi"e Co. Detroit. 3
of Repremetatlves la Wsata business," however, and the publish* *wo "0so4 eats"a d $.*.
wh uone of It's feet was pusel d ot ern cannot be expected to continue J. Sodiford Co., Special Aets.
Sof the patrosage trough. publeatiom unleea It Iself-sustabil.g.
>--- The editor of The Sun appreciates
Thie Ide of a Chinese army qt the situation which confronts the pub-
.W ,00 men Is all right exept that bers of tThe D.nwerat, for he has 0 Y SPEFiA
a Chinese army of that mime could been confronted with the, sare sltus-
aever get together without harting an tIo In years j'ast. arxl whilt two or "3g M .. "
tmaurreetleo among themselaes. three of our mlri hatits are literal ^l.4/. stat^a^ ^
y Radyrtihera at )re it. thq reapiptiia sa e J l I
Tom lAwson, the Roosevelt boou telor 'an entIre' Wth a a4vertlsing a *.! so .' ti t a u .n s g
-5r, dropied in at the White House from the butsira' nian t this city f mNers..recU73.&..
a few days ago. It is to be boiwd that would not i>a' the ninaetia& xpn uPenses
his tip to the Prealdeut will prove of The Sun for at a.iuail< nek. Soune r F
mare reliable than his tiis to the pub of you iuay tluuht this statm'in.nt. but *

The appropritmato rmnmlitut* are| Ostlu.rill) non has a dairy of edatilatte
trylag to cut down the department thoroughbred Jswsy, and uhb' folks
estigat.. asa dedci( is feagd. The down there are gettirtt tv|4ous sup
Regubitceu panic has struck Cugrese t iilleu of good milk. Jcrsev mxilb andSd
ah lt twure waTer are bterwagn n. for a ..re
I ^-- s any god peope-Ut.r. Oak Demon '.
|e T1Aft boomers a Cleelast West rat. You should haw N.ll anootber at*0r ag a 7o.ChIasss .T. g
the irderal oecals removed ftor of* dairy of thoroubhhrdl Jerscr. pro MIIUIUN i U UJ


Sf o who are fidly to F'oabsr. j the mr ntrmatas th* e ne' areer S-O
Whof 00urs. What as earth to a Iso mak". Lb. fourth dairy of thofosgh
Pu'sr I lklAll kfur e*Pt to 6carry ed sevs ssujplytgthic thbey.
ThONt"Merstlate:-'. Ca APtUDINE
Dion toIts i.rrpoft pastpublisbed fn bW MesOttmi d RI P 1111Ml
heromsmsed. se'ral ascoadwoots to bo Is seuk'r partner of Mhe fIrs ofFr,
the rsilrod-rat. law. whichappear tw J. Chemy & Cv dobkg busnst.s bhath arm
b' just &ad r'eaemwaable puta e K'q.ub "'Iiof Tolodo~ cuvty awIlState' atoe__________________
lit-an ts Owrs's, cajardly bw expected 9"aiM.IA dt~tsaid AMrvIII M aythe
to thus help the ejplq,. uma of On.' Hus~rv-4Daihllars Wforech
_______SAWd **wry case of Cau~rrh That swamol
'Past buawM ctd darkbar-wesagainst ibe cvtvd tL' the umofasallr's i.C'htanh
5rrtm, ikAaft seais to bar* ie tml~at Iur. ALK J. CIItIITY
Ih. :st.ritao ~s wo," 1Wt fq~q: *wrswfoerw wno &" *'biabedl
11,1c lbw sawdatty of the # ao.Ins Mw PtEt%% '. this 5th 4slay of 1*
ballbflvd with POva" Clarks gsh1M-erb. A 1). l$SSA.W.GUI*ASO.N.
1 "4 a. aaltoWethistrm la pNa m (0A- tOThau&t
a -ea al tift arm"The Catmir" Cut. Is Wes um Imua
ow" we Denbo U lbme dheet" ly atelhisof
twaile 40"A" sod" "W.
da~ewhe~I'M


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of 6 ah Ue. aahimi


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~LR 1Ii~ft!~LJANUA INIV19C48


4De
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LORIDAr I4 LT STATE


tive, MAeptC Another
T` Wect Sulted as
HisUil4 Vote.
Acoardin to i atem ent of Hon.
a. %, r w of the United
and 4 itrmand of the
l alJ Republican exe
tive o one of the Re.
gam traderss f lorda~ the
dld- rWIM no doubt throw

foirj th ;lM at of
l 'kti"on-
at convoy ,
COL CMUMA"I ho es*WgWe, Hon.
j. N. Co-00 i A kloola, recent-
ly returnee Wi. e ton, where
they had bS ialeed on an In-
wortant polqI-.Ind. While the
mission eof M i- had not been
made puhg l |,was generally con-
Wsded tWh SI M es of great Im-
jprtuae'W~i bg upon the ooming
ational peolMdli tstion, and Tues,
y the alledW upon Colt.
Chubb i 0'ollrce.
The rie l i ad Col. Chubb In
his usual of mind, clever
and hialnags that the
Repubtla iN convention would
soon hbi h t" was particularly de-
strable t ', thil disttingulhed
gentlemaeas li at thi time. At
ant be W re to talk on mat.
trs polite, bt ar led up to a point
ef enthustam weaw he was asked If
Me RepUMa WMorMa were not
eor Rooswvelt TMs Immediately
kladled Jhi ethuam, when he re-
plied:
"Yes, n sa aRoosevelt State.
very Rep~Mea ad many Demo-
mrat were ama tor Roosevelt to
accept antr ,ta, and complete the
gret pollMe so taught with great
blessing to O. Amerei n people.
HMi great pIlss, laaerly mind, domi-
ntla peraoaly and marvelous
seoraS, him a the ireatet
Amerila t ao ayI and the most Im-
portat pe)noia of the world. Un-
der his power al ad forceful leader-
ship the Pano a canal would be
quickly com etd. the igantic trusts
controlled, t pr food law enfor d
and railroad earoraties regulated.
"But ab! Te Pre eat's last decla-
ration that he would not acept the
somlnation a ga directs our minded
to another date. Then e i no
question but hat the bet qualified
statesman aow bore the people is
Wim. H. Taft-" pan of great brain
sail stroll *tMirtO, and marvelous
\','utive ablifty, of judical tempera-
r~* it and thoMhlyr Imbued with
I '-velt's poletes. In view of these
f he is bet tted to carry out the
Pr dent's p lcles. and I feel condo.
,!. n that the lorida delegation will
I*- colid for Wa. H. Taft."


Th i i i b raw
(lb met I wk bL~(p sadY- leisMe i
\' heSrin a ". d s w su

Thosea v ha t nostril wam

fl4 "d "dolsU t &dme
iu ofl M aar am d
With=%6 dlo
13 gU,
'ad u se Jale


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FULL.AMORof
ftew SOODS.....


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&ago" n 3

asdlI9UM.


We Sell


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on the positive guarantee
that if it doe8 not give satis-
faction we will return the
entire amount of money paid
us for it. We mean this-
and ask all those who are
sick and need strength to try
it with this understanding.
W. M. JOHNSON, Drmoi

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0EWS OF CITY AND
COUNTY CONDENSED

Dr. Geo. S. Waldo will open dental
parlors In the Grahami building., lat
Main street. I)r. Waldo comes to
Gainesville with the. highest recom-
mendatlon, and The Sun bespeaks for
him I liberal share of the public pat-
ronage. His advertisement will be
found in another column of today's
paper.
C. W. d'Martlne, speial revenue
collector, has returned to thlo eity
from Ocala, Cedar Key and other
polta where he has been on offial
business for the past few days. He
reports a good trip, and declares the
merchants of the towns he visited
were In fine condition, and enjoying
a good trade.
Hq. JR. Hudson Iurr, J. L. Moran
and N.A. llitch, members of the Rail*
road Commisalon, have arrived i the
city, and this morning at 9 o'clock, at
the court house, will meet represents.
tives of the Atlantic Coast Lne and
the Seaboard Air Line In the matter of
establishing more adequate faclliUUe
at their respective depots for the con-
venience of the traveling public.
The Jeavons Dramatic Company ren
tertained another large audiene at
their big tent last night, the bill beln
that romantic and touching dia4pa
"Driven from Homne." The company
will appear here during the re`t
of the week. As a complimet t the
Stale Federation of Labor, now I ses-
slon here, on Thtlrsday eight then
will be a special bill. the oedimp Il~
deing a thrilling play entitle "The
Working Girl's Wrons."
C. W. Wells of Alachua, one.Of tte
leading farmerM of that ecttI waa
amons tbose who spent Moaday i t
this city. Through the generous our-
tesy of Mr. Wells, the editor ad eity
editor of The Sun have been broulht
back to their IboMhood days, a they
have once monr had the opportunity
of testing the delicious favor of the
" ood old coiintry ham." Mr. Wells
has a large r:nge. and rJaees ome of
the finest hogs In the country. lHil
smoke-house is always well killed with
the cholc,'t mnfio.

WINDSOR PARTY.

Thursday night at their home. Mr.
and lMr I,,l' Torode. Sr.. gave one
of the ni,-t *tnjoyable parties of the
season The'v *etertalned t h onor of
their ion unnd danlbter, Mr. and Mrs
C(as. W...klh of Lynchmlg. Va., asd
Miss Allc' \W'..kly. a sister of Mr
Weekly. al., ,f l.yrncberg.
The g'izrt gathered promptly at
a o'clock and *sre all made w*loel
hv th,. rarrl,u ho*t and h ete .


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DRINK HALF OF AMY OF OUR WINES 0
REST BACK IF THEY ARE NOt


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Vtmiton are arriving in Orlando at
the rate of twenty-flve per day. says
The Repdrter-Star of that city.

Members of the Catholic church of
8t. Petersburg are t.ikilU steps
towards the erection or 11 new obhurch
building.
Elaborate preparations are betag
made for the holding of the annual
convention of the Florida Bankers'.
A.SoodaUo,. which will be held in St.
Peterbur. -
Lire Oak will probably have a shirt
factory, as sonie of her publlic-splirted
citiens are In communication with an
experienced manufacturer with that
view to amind. -
An old negro was accidentally killed
in Uve Oak ThurMa) Inight by a
treight train running oter him. It to
supposed that the old man was deaf
and did not bear the train approach-
tag. -
Rev. Gray. pastor of the St. Peters.
burg Bpiscopal church, will visit the
Old Country some time moon of the
earnings of a life Insurance policy
that he has been parrylin for many

Detective W. B. Cahoon, while haba-
lsg a negro to Jacksonville who was
supposed to be a thief, was run over
by a heavy track wagon, He tell
under the wagon. the front wheel peow
tas over his left leg. breaking It below
the knee. -
A large turpentine till at Punta
Gorda was blown up Wednesday morn*
Ing, horribly morning a neare named
ThM Hicks who was standing on the
platform. The stUll was a complete
loea. The negro has only a Bghting
ebance for life.

Mrs. lerta Wooster, who Is now
visltng In St. Petem burg, Is happy
over the return of her lost gems
which amounted to $1,MO. MO her
way from Jackaovtile, to 8t. Peters-
burg she lost er purse contalnlng
eight diamond rian. They were
tound tr the porter em the train and
turned over to Oeadaoter Knap He
sent theI to the lhrway's oetcal
headquarter and whe a search was
lastitted sad the prer6ty Mdentlled.
the dirnda were raned to their
owner.
The Jey
Of ltli IS to have good heath
Use Herbtne a you wll beas bvsh


WHISKIES IN eOTTLe i I

Monogram Rye ..........$3. .$0 L M
The Leadbr. Pure Rye.... 8.50O L
Old Crow Rye ......... 8.75 10.0 .
Mooogram Rye .......... 1.1t lI.U
Private tok Rye........ 4.10 10.0 ,
WilUso Wlakey ......... 4.40 1.00 .
elle of Maryland ....... 4.40 U.N
Paul Jonse, four Star.... 4.40 18. ,
Uvilnaton Rye ........ 4.40 ,SL
Old Oscar Popper eBowroa 4.40 C
Jas. B. Pepper BDourw ... 4 Il.00
Canadian Club ....... 4.80
L Veron Rye....... 5.00 14U
Dewar's Speelal leotb ... 4.0 1t.
Klag Wllliam Soete.... 7.00
Ddy's Malt Whikey..... 4.00 1t0
Cada Malt .............. tL
Boou' Tom Ol ........ 8.7
Gordon's nWgtash Dry Ol. ISt
Oeneva HoItHd Ota...... 4.N
Plymoth OGa ........... ts
Hennesee * CgOna... 4W'
Superior Blahmrry ..... .00 ,
Old Apple Brandy...... L.IS
O Peach Bradyl.... .. ..L St
tld St Crotn Rau...... 4, *i'
London Dock Jamiale Rum 410 l
Ona Phosphete ......... 4.10 tU40
I oek a mR ..R........... I.
Best Panaa Brandy... *UO '*M


JACKSONVILLE,


WHISKIES IN BULK.
Per
I 'rlida Special Rye............
Con ress Rye .................
Brookdale Rye ................
Paul Jones Rye ...............
Belle of Maryland Rye.........
Paul Jones, "Old Baker".......
Uvingaton Rye ..............
Old Olibon Rye ...........
Malt Whiskey ................


Gal.
$1.50
2.00
3.50
3.00
8.50
3.50
4.00
5.00
3.00


Crn Whiskey.


Old Georgia Corn ............ .
Marion County N. C. Cora....
Special N. Yellow Corn.....
Old Piot Mountasi Corn......


Gold Band 100 per cent Corn
. Double tamped .............


1.50

1.50
1.50

3.00


Gin.
Domesa Holland .............. .*
Belle ldrand lGn ............ .60
express Prepad. Pew Gal.
Keytone Club .............. .... 0
Ol Kentucky Rye ............ .00
Ol Mooogram Rye ... ...... I.


4q;s.
Keystoe Clulf .......... .00
Old aley .............. 3.15
Cavalier ......... ...... 4.00
OoMden Wedlag ........ 4A


I1.0
10.00


If io desi to prepay the Ipras harge a ay t e goe a ad Ilb
1 mlle t *............. .. 4 aei
I glo .... .*............. atA ......
PoI ........* ..... .. *

. has. Bune.0te0 & o.o


Chas. Burnette & Oo.


to of joy. YToa ose ot he blue.
retfl and hae t hat ad te 635, b37, 639 W lest f Street
yow&r oeU. Try a btoal of ata Ileam" __ _-B-- BBBB-__ _
a petive ure nor all lver aplaiw to .
K. HarrelL Aunn. Tomws, whites: "I
have uneed Merbe r over a year.
Mad And it a se regaier. I gladly
d^yo.\ IhTh FOai' Ewmry l
reBsemaed t as a Se medaie fo or
dyspepela," For sale by W. S John-
see. I -Aw T


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Many Inf-rstlng sB a d *4 Ti a
tests made there time peas merrtly ad ,
quickly) to the happy parUticipts
Ilter the, muets repa ld to re ThnI a erA-engis wben yourw
to the dining ro)o. whe pS bionmi bs
Pee,.' M.lt tthe. -. The. table was a Io i On fir.. it iD-


,,a Rtr ,hcta of eeIlo aa ehe n in Wupona i

no,.,tulit, of Mr sad Mrs. Toeade.
,j ,l wil n In1 ,, the iak tb uw h i
pr hAe .urhb anohu' tbemt i r t re W i f


I* do %a of s qah WW Wiwis
LA 51b ~now
bow l badsQ. ".
aso IN e aw oiI m"~
a aCw 6m pmrt
.~w~gb'uR .l$ o


tnt ,f .?' bd'f l
At'--r !t1r1r tbafr re00te 0
boet aftd bn.SP. anl U*m"do1 &
sat too t??t r opt'e bo biom
the Wwliu weU e ir wslm&
A OMlT.


CsueDk the QIIIII

, we~ awhe e
,i~rrrrrdo


II T in-nweemy bil


* at lNvhe ir


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Mfoaki-r


d'1.00 a Year!

Fol'lwpral tiuoml the Aitii-m th.e yrit'a itehitil ne

A guaruntew~r l circulartion 1 Now )80&00--. )
paid in atiance *uieriotion4. o subcrIptIM iIto-
tunkems orle'r io uao~onqunied ly pavioont, and anl lbu
"crlpt i hio t'iitin Wttd p m e xpi ticn of(3 1 h ir 16 1 p 1
tennis in al eorda Wi~lfl& rwKlIti')I1 of Pootftse D.2
prtmostit-ra rle ini fOrWet for mwany ye si with Tbo
11o'notitiltic~ff ulleubipoie'l lipt.
Think of it.-tS IpeI*.ro fbr otlly *l.OG.'JthA u
Wm-kly Consntittatiou, pulhwNir1 M Mondy, Wu
and Friday, 3and 4livervi i) d L L raft oft
mtd Af* 0 UThE MIIN OFU110010w01
market &nd iltews rwluurto is (tim tiy .befo; he7
thate li"rzit, *Ie$ti'ry tilo following no"nairng.
ulmripijaanm xlly lo- sia diret omopmedb
iistpnoy tavW tirr rfl-v-ters-i) lulltur vash.
AIM uWlE in e'verry ti.wnehiip and rurl
11srith, in t110 M'h'Utha.
]U- C~('enmatilitimi ip Ismow iaeavs-rah hulbrdW
whio, airt nouking from S UN to ON a ronth
little- **f'.at. und -A iUthput in)teeprf withg tW" fr
work. WewIaist ,-ra wr muuro* is isepw Isn lk,


so& full normIiou
,oboug M be


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MUCH INTEREST IN T IA ACsU

Amusement Attractlene WIN M i E
dally Interesting This VY -'
set Wretling ToonaOmt WeftW
History, for Pursae of IM ,


speel oooeresedanes TheI : D0 S .0
Tampa IPa., Jan. 1.-The varied
agroultnal, borticultual, live stee
odas mineral sad hdu so
etf tweoty-three of lora
most magiloent drmatle, together
ith product of every kind amt
ores of indivMtal pWMdasers reo
ngti er over meeoo of the State, is
at nlorMdMis ad thouead tof
hoeo4ka ooeim vtor (rem others
at wUl e on exhibition In the
onae big building of theo lorid
State Pair, wb)hi will be bold at TMa
a from February 6 to I2. BrE at
thI lat date It s expected that seo-
eral other counties, owing to tho
nanalnoent permlum offered and th
-~iags attendance that will beo t
oevence, will ll f Into line; but with*
ut additions there will bo rpreset-
ei at the air a larger number of ooan.
Ie that have ever been represented
Sat ny former State Fair Io the couA-
p;. I The array of products will be
S perqr to that *ose at the Jamestown
Il)boldtion, according to the leading
,tw ay oetials of Florida, and others
Swh o attended the exposition.
In addition to the grand array of
foda t eb exhibited, the amusement at-
lqlsosM will also be superior to any
er to presented at any State atr.
i L ~~ small, the directors of the fair
;rii determined to pare no ex
|i O an making the comnto fair a
,mitng success In every feature
uly 1 00 of the'fastest running hore
Se country, twice the number that
S a.expetled, will have arrived In the
i* before the end of the month in
i dr to empete for purses amounting
0l I.A. offered for races durgff
S preat allteeodayr meettoag. halt
s amber having already arrived at
Strca wh is the fatef t halft.
S trek in thMoe sotry. Wtoma
Sthe oial etmate oft oset of put.
* tiu g o twe great circus and WipproM
was $8 *.,0, the sum of $5,000
k NI bej m added to senre several ad*
I 4lUt al aropen and Oriental acts.
Seory show to be aeoen the eaanam
Swet street will be absolutely now sad
'avel, not one having beon ena to
'the South behre bei engaged. A
Imat notable sportlna feature arranged
a ly this week will bt the greatest
t. Ulin tUmunr.am t of the world'


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Mhitory, Istin eight day sard nlr-
d by. Prnk B. Urr a h nowd
thatral magnate of Ch0ap. Pft
smauntit to M10WN wvil be ~AvW
to the vrton to tio de ad* maln-
Mat sport I whilh the o M s ftM
of all classes of A i esr GBmay,
rnymc, ooUlad, Jap RMl Ita, ly,
Greee shd other foaein aoutnte
irtln oupT. Tbi O pl oU9 aof
sackh clau, olutedieg the s;grt Jiag
sae tyAle of wrostl. own as ju
itau, will be deolded t TamPa on
those days.
The fair will be o tanlly openod.at
the soon hour of We.audp>y, Febrm'
Wry 6th, by Governr N. B. Browdar
aat from that day,an merrient will
relo supreme. A lair eaimbr of
the mat famous stesen and dl
plomate of Amwroes, Germay, Italy,
Spai and other forte a eoaatrie will
visit the eity while the fair l I
progress, tW aosh ambassador will
be see ppanied to the loal port by
a warsMp from hi. o1 country. pe-
cdal days and apelal events of ladet
s ribable aagtflose will mark he
entire pertd. for which Tampn's
hotel, boatrdlt homss sad priva
itltes have prepar to are for a
triw number of viiten than over
ataded a tr r orexpsition In the
South.

SMmpl seoedfy for La Oriplp
La grippe oon e afte dangerous *
tary foqutdly develop iato pna
mouel. Poter's Hoe ad Tar ot
only utop the eog but blos ad
toeagthe the lutp s theo no Mrl-
oun rneslts and be feand. The esn-
ulno e Pol HoMey sad Tar costats
o harmful drugs and I1 hI a yellow
package. Refuse subtltutea. J. W.
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Laxative Drem. Quinine
fir ti **a%" b" a"

AIwumia upshor the full come. li I ck;7dri
fir thit utlgaaha, ura uvory a. Ms .






L ink lkav tllol1% -.'y i nima Ilyat I. rnat arU11 nemor stnck
.~( 4k' '~gia Al)~ itC 'Aitea apui. *Il~'~c\r) fecy. ther wnwbrat
I~r't,1 t i'rI~c-v..l 'ii Ii w hara' 51w.)' lut i cnh&Ica'. rte ~la~ir
)in &Ith I~~ii,.. '~n~ I4Itk'UnIIJ f'kblarcril rlg~ ulwa i'ntvs~ with
Plow Mr jrbe ii a link. N oLH ll"6 ir IW nan Up. to
*?.& Onr 1WN 11 ''1 t..aupls..



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Rom B. EVQTL
IIRE. AOCtIggt SUUS.ARWY ADSY~t BUSM'iY WISIASS
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Moelros, m tra -TPsx Collector
,. N. H1o at aIot WV an town
wedB**atM NlMs. Whie her
oa Iaspeto s 9e Maenel ldgeroe m.
aad .31Wl Moo*f very nacb
plAsed Seral of tas me-
roe bretp ue to be present at
the muet- of the Orand .Lodge In
Jackseavilm tresdy.
J. J.. IMb ge reports hav la gin-
ned ae tei 10 bals, with two or
tbr mor to. come.
Rev. I, S S alun ng of Waldo
wra dmA 00dabUwt moraine at the
Meiodi e- In, pbee of Rev.
Oarr. thoe M rw tla oMre .
Amg ta vigitar sla town are
Miss M. Oeni Atanta, and B.
Park ULas Mt. y, (a. Quite a party
arriad at Bay View Cottage ao
riy, hg of Mr. 0. Waters,
SQUod t; ad Mrs. John A.
Watsma sa*t dram, Juonlmlr Pa.;
Miss H. X taley, Unlmctown, Pa..
sad V Ier Pittudr, Pa.
The WO tdrIun meeting of the
iadeW L4i0b 1meoebattig Society
wil be hd their hall on Febohruary
7th.
Msj A nma of Walo s visiting
MaT. A. Xnft.
Sevo. Chp I Hedrick will bold even-
(ag sero at Trilnty church on
S lday, iaaAwy .

PROM THi ANTILLIES

ohamibrlalift Couegh Remody k*nefits
a City emnellame at KIneMteN
Jamalest
Mr. W. O'Belly Paroty, who Is a
memb of tho city council at Kings
to. Jami aa We t Indies write as
follow: "O bottle of Chamber-
sn's Couoh RIemdy bad good effect
on a eagh dia was Fts l mei trou-
ble and I Slik I hold have' ben
more qusel relleved If I had on-
tliaund tho reedy. That It was bon-
telat and a h In reUeviao me there
is no doubt ad It in my intentlo to
obtain aothr bottle For sale by


/ NIW *HOUTiED WAR."
Wmor Ariod by Polloe r oSenatloa.
a Orms lOarder.4 *0oil Papers.
Obtalge, Jm. t1- wem saewsbors
wr aroted Suladay Miblt tor shout.
lag:
"War is del4~rhtwo the United
States ad Jaj"*
T boyts Umr ad some throt
t street givlme tterao s to ao m.
aol uyiot. Iy woe e a"e
a woragy mnwap r ad mottag with
Slarso aleo ual vrietmloed porsou
*lod up te police The boy were
released after ho ing bM warned.
Carrie Nation
Certanly aabd a bole i tn e
baroomV s of aress, but Ballard's
brebud Syr has s hd al roe-
oI o a w are r ouos, bm rtowte
ttOeaa sad all puwthmary adims.".
T. C. H.--, Hnrote. Kans, writes:
"I have eaTr od a modtiete that
would eav a oo so qualekl as Bal.
lar d'iI roaoud ynp. I haveo sad
It tor years.' S by W. M. Johnoo.

Knoevilie City llestlon.
Koivltloe, Teas.. Jan. R.-la the
citye oloetio aid hero Saturday Cap-
tala Joba M. Brooes. democrat, was
elected mayor; ohn IPenalke, o.alr
man of the board 1t y bho worts;


CO.


UNDER M One
we*VIN So.,~r~wl. Jan. 20


SomNs of florids Citimns Have
Learned It.
I youa safr fram backache, there il
ooly one way to ure It.
Tm pereot way Is to cure the kid-
A d bWM* a sick kidne
N I ~t urary troubles f ollow.
Dea'o EKdey Plus are made or
A m a, oiar maker, Uivin
au 1311 Ablett Talmp, Via..
ay: "I d Dar Kidaey Pyt
aad atm d. m of bhkache and
AMt"o o t or'Two or three
tume a other paa t my
bak I was um to work for Myeral
days. The aste ds of the hidnpys
were a a Wry had oandllo dark
to odeo. as i allowed to stand
would bIeoae of the onsistency of
$elly. I trtd t9tm remedies, taking'
what i-s II Pam of medltoe
and I aiso po t but nothing
bhed m at a until I ot Doan's
dor PO upoa the advice of a
friend of atup ad using them ac-
cordlal to 'd.l qs'they cured me
In a aM ao t vte-
or sale b all ler. Price 50
cent\ IPostaeMIr n Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agnts for the United
Ilat"e.
Remanibe the name-Doan'--and
take no thee.

righ Gunday at Coney island.
NOw York, Jam. t.-Bricht sun-
Alnoa a4d baly breae made Coney
lland Sunday lt k.almost as It does
In the soNm er time It it estimated
that 20,000 people went to the Island,
and all the hotels,.restaurants, small
*ows aa4 4 O halls 4d a rushing
business. Toe atreoet were crowded
and scores of street fakirs and ven.
dors were out to sell'to the crowd
frankfurter aad the noveltlie without
whhlh Cone8 land would lose halt Itj
eaam. ,


KEYSTOE UaKERY


Phoe 165.


T, 1. mI3AFEIg, rip.


For years wo have boo doing the
Baking of hundrodsof aStlefled cus.
tomer. Are you on the llst? If not,
It's never too lsta

Sore N4ppeo Md lhdt Hands
Are quickly cured bys b Cwr!.
Tylv. t; it is a asB Akr c


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The Best for the Price on the


IMI VA RIl A AAV TX


All of Our Goods Sold Under Our Personal Ouerante





CHAS. BLUM & 00O


-- -- ----- --------

, vi, LIQUORS, fBt[S. n(.


57.519 IVST BAY STREET, JACISORVILL, FLA.
LONG DISTANCE PHONE 18.


Agents for Pabst Blue Ribbon Bottld Beer.
Jual's Cincinnati Beer.
Lewis' 66, Sunny Brook,
Monorlef Springs Whiskey.


Will Um DBursOptaIU A .. -. Wra -- RaW
dale astIatant miNeb of the boa. 4 quarts Sbnny Brook........ 5.00 81
1T4 last two asie are amm s at 1 quarts S ny Brook........ 13.00 P
the Mttose's refor partI. wA them (Bottled h Bond.) Il
torebe koep oaitd of te pole sad 4 quarts Mellwood.......... 4.50 H
are d emrt 13 quarts ewood........... 13.00 IL
(Bottled I Boad.)
S4 quarts OuckeOhelmer ........ 5.00
This i to cerf that all drsgeita 12 quarts G Iekenm......... 1275 0
are atborteed to a nd yanw ri (GoTrameat Bottlas.) h
IbFley' H aeyr ad TarShle to eure 4 qaarUt Moerief prt.... 4.00 4
your MoaNh or 0o. It eps the h p qrts lMoeref Sprta e.. .. 11 o00
haea the lung ad nweote aem (Also Bottld is Bind.) 4
reealts a Id Ca es 4 P Iver Old Crow............ So j
coughs and a.,pae Am i.adA1 4 rves Hermta .......g. .... 4
oasaptic. OApth Old Goods ad Bottled in Bond. 4
The ienaiae ie h a ye saM I Renebr. a above WhIskl are
Reftse sauetitaNg W. Meo ku Bottled toi ld under Government'
AC. C pervia on. 4
*loio eto 0elnd tffaItm Ped-1 PiNE *LENDIDO WHIoKICES
wmrrster. nmM., em. I .--' -
beee of Peter Cptt sad AsI ~~Lew' k t. 4 qu rt............$ 0
i 04 1 d Ru q- 4 at ............. .e
i0attl ow a h00 fcm atdr. 4 n .................ue
SMltasas s a d ag 4s5h8p Ma vIebepra4 quatb. .........eS
were ftuad $ -It f t60ahe1 CoaM4e Teoee 4 ao .. S
s o amt 14 %W "MVW 11110 0S0 Nemagr 4 f bleed I
to e dark*t. 4H a $ra n&- gom 66or guea, bowted W
poaiple w,, ,:,rt la -h etehr o, **' *u. @M........... 4j.e0
as The t ah ve beeas ma t gr i ......s..... .u. I
red is a t rti\*. 2S bli 4 ... .- .3 Li
IemL Ik' atmm No m*


Th


Tie


.w mum ko W qp .
waft oYIm Sam% I sj ..
a* 4 =.goo*.
ask 6 .......


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S..


herldan Club, 13 quatts.......$ 8.00
onr North Caroula Wlit Owo 3.0o
lack and Blue Coar, 4 wts.. 3.',0
arvest Corn, 4 q ....... 30
ure!l Valle Cor,4 u .... 3:.
Imported Scotch WfMtifk Drandl .
n10. Port ad ShwerrIes Nd lu 4
ottls. a follows:
bottles Chub BIemt Sgot
Whiskey delivered r....... 6
bottle Morlle hrrra t abr
Colae ..'......... ........
bottles of Don CarIeo ri.. 4
bottle Nferport ,t...... .
bottles Hill & Ud@jwed Bry
or Tom 01oi ............. '*
bottle Sir RobMt M.. 5
boat Cr Pytasjls i i
t). or d PSea 3 Ne


SULK WHIOKsum
lunny ftook 9 Y
Uny Flrpar s Rio .. .....*
aWWIls bo4 N se
jbtss Hok I se ....e....e
sAd of Pluu', ~ bo 0*0

*9iam a W b4 00uCjliY S
lmeg .1
- -o


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Me
abe


LMOOL
0


*, **y *.,


Ll~odjr~9r


4..)


L ChW of- fallyh. No wait.
between eats. pSad enery, Eila .
orsocntcotumem. 't Is lighted uilan
heated by 0*aetr.
POPULAB PBKW8

TIE iT MMING!



TIME
A. WO0RRT
By Buying Your BREAD from


lNG


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1wC~cY, p,, Jc.


Rtr ossm ^-~t wa :


w to t jtt red
d A Pwear.


ard o e i waf
guestathbe "



erelmas whas
a islar, ageds rsm sItst
s with some Jewel.
sMad44 vlow M C artlele, ws
pt ftor ha metarli ofn br r
turning.
she ave sav9eilr 10 Vir m
Cmpb M aWd l* at veroy tladia
tfc- ooofw wumnni 0n .uo ,
ade." 866dI s0 i poId with
gooey, S4 saIM M ot bil Uto the
hotel pro .,
Feartings l w Mta in the
eInellnew i t S a astatr af.
ternoon, th "p M ave eaus a
march of the IraW su hOds sand
the lakes to be i'ggi ithoat re
sult yet.
LAYvn T MrT.

Largest and wMet important Churwe
asthein aver MetM In South.
ChattaMUMA JT., Ja. 20.--Del
tkte prop tM Ibmn arranged fMt
the coming. l t e l a'g. cona_
forence tNht wl 0evame Ino Chatte
sooga In AIll. AWMee the speak.
en are W. e tii, JhstUve Daid
J. Brewer, a. Ust*a and othe
of equal piOtwa-e.
Other t tor Woe date have
sot bees oa iDWb. ragM wUI be
Blshop W,. O elat Atlanta,
S. B. oCaN 4 C. pbell
White'of N i W T. Mll of
The PbUhlaieL Pnre, Ro. L.
Anderia, o It l, Dr. T. I. Staley
of Bristol .. T. B. KlIo of
Memphis TIM., Ua other.
The owum trolm to be the
largest ada the ost Important
ehbreh strhU~ I ver w d 1i t
south. O i snbag a bees o
apportioned g the southern
Methodista e ea that theo kted.
wace Canu as y t41 below 1,300
from Vilriela Mi Maryland to CL-
Morals.


811e SeMv1q Fentatlen.
New Ow ae, j. aemea
receptlo aflmod by ptteiay All
Kentuelmnsu Ism*5w Omrmle & Gado
8gtlo9M oR tofa. from O&dMcaft
Ky., may Awme hmyo y 1a W&
some slver ge"" et thae thst
Yttich beare n eo sam o tei lt.
The premaoattS w"as o as bord
the Padua%, rGag In the Ish
WppM river at New Orleans. t1,
mer Coegrm" Charles K. Wheel.
er of Kentef mao* the peemttim
apse&, "d A* srteW Was beespiled
in tbe as* *44 Wh dIb 5a0 4 In
the pe ofa f CWWi 4s'th i D.
Grifn. MIN An aMa Telmer,
a iaurhtermi mergMaorw 0. ff.
Y'l-er of @4110 a6S"d a. Me epom
for tar the Wesims.

All Weod

l.-inimt play a st6 a" t pat
II baa s nomjrir- fSr W hA d1M
oilnts, ts, gnim"a"S' %
uy it. &Vit Y ad I" Km y vI'
une It. A~ f he e md O
lard's 3ft" Isu0igd 19Now rod
of wbat Idhf br6boub. 2
6Oc amd pit. so M1We 1Wm. W


lus


ants All
I To Know-

R94,OI& OS.h*ffibsr II. l5O
KfSRS. L 0. D Dwrrh & co..
O0mmm-Tvma d the to bm
33t "* WMId 66 i dl use op
hlow In up se. at for The berw&
IeMsAkg. IlwlmWUW anll mivqMai
WAS afa W 0" suc I fwomwmd
KODL aN lM I bow Ian nll gryab.j go
OWN"sOd ha bowUght maniy awr a
IbuS &A&M Is requred isar VWid
BOWOL I bk W baML
Tinms w v u%4.



Kodol

for Dyspepuia.

00 1 what you easkW=aks e
VAtta Off of the heart, and omtrib.
*W malwahmenl*strew*th0"
UeLMhWtoevery orWanof the beq.
F or lnftn ln%,Dyspepssb
koeb.Imatiaon of the m.
earn memrae ltnthe Stoimeb
anJ 01 detP e Trat, ernkve m Dy
ik an Cauarrb of atthe tmeb,
CONFORMS TO NATIOI4
PMuiFmAND 3MW JAW

essWhat
0 Utlat

SOLD BY ALL DRUGIlSTS

ATLANTA CHIEF MIHMNG.


His Relativee Far He Has Met With j


Foul Play.
Cincinnati, 0., Jan. 20.-Mrs. B.
Lot, of this city, reported to the
He* the mysterious disapprant htn
Clncinatl, on new year's day, at t11
Ldo7Bne, of Atlanta, Ga., a dht. fIA
doyce is her brother.
On new year's eve ladoy eme to
Clacnnatl from Atlanta to vilt his
sister, whom he had not saea or 13
years. He remained at theo k e
over nilht, and went out tho'beat a
for a walk. but never retired. MH
left his clothing and quite a seOMd.
erable amount of money Mm. LWet'
care. She has been maDkl n i tpltI
at all hospitals Since thea, Without
being able to fnd any tmre 'd hWSi.
bh feara that he asy thave t ft
fol play.


CASTORIA
F or YIaht ao @h'It

Boome the
alaswous


ewr~bib)Sa Ma Who 14 0S V"

NW'trk, har. t1 .-Sarnm R.
U r'a members cW con~ 0.
Sew~*W aregimet. who is ah I.t
be a eombe of a well knows 31*
SM $l7. M f tOWd &ad La hM
rom buM -a.
W1a0414 after afing poie=s, W14
eVOisl ert letter In whhba do
vrebod Lbb sau* an the m
.vtsmue hm. trLk of too*840
1O1 q SgI- iest as the oasi4 0 ,

to Sw bb ML; ~
esfrh ft..& SM. 1II-4ose"
04 naterlMate lea pSare. WT
*W hulgerd, CapotIs a tIte, Ijyyt
6,34, km" eu. Ckstal
g; o; ted thel*fa of hIrd Yit
1POW&Aft o0 ChraMIJULSeve. O
""Mofth." river Weser. pe 404
kne* whher be b" oMnItt" awl.
edo or fallea or been tbrows @9*.
boawd. ato vu semsgee to be
named to a girl Is Germany.

Whi "r4e" r p RheumlatteI
Do you know IM rheomatl pre s
am be rievedI It you 6puet Is
jas tU7 esG aspl esluon o t-ube
Weas R96106ait w.It wl"l
sod sdeep e sabie Kand t l "
OMesa a oat aml to any onme
w For b




DR& BAM & APEAROI,9


D3ETISrS.


O~ee a' Da A Gee. Dsh


DR. DVrlB B. MORRIe.




DENTIST.
Oft@L wr 0atmeUI e Natoou Bank.


Dit BOBT. BOWERu


Oo to Miller LoU Kwebassi.
OWie lam No. as8 I R eld ee Wo. I3


T. B. LIS J.,

ATTORNI Y-AT.LAW.

GOamasnuJ, FL.osrs I


B3A9229 MATHESON& A IXUR
ATr*%MWY Al'. LA w,
.. SOLWICORS IN OEA RYR.


Cor ThirtyVears a 'gitive. IGAMNOS, A"las
D# Molnos, Iowa. Ja m.1..-AfIr
barig v beeu a fugitive 1 Wug. saf O i o amesso
y years, William PlchuM 4 hf bM
appre).*ndfd In Conroe. Ta t. ,.F DINAND RAYIR
erd Is charged with IM m~ o tT1o3V Y AT I
William Toots, at Lttar*Cbe.owast,
In 1879. Pickard wm "u 4 y I Ganb
an olhier sent from I$am, d 9M I
be brought bak aid plaW a s ta MID Os.sU you 'sity p
at onee, Thrfugb an So y4Mare Pv Md adoaree
W as a bre"Iff alf a* M ftmits
muordered wan persistdto s sma sh wOut
for Pickard. which ba11 260y pmv A. OARLILK.
on avocepstul.


Now t oa Avsld P"meeLa


Too maa soi md paeU"i OWothe
OwPoo ~ so" ~t iinsroSUtrII a f a gel by loim
Dsrluimp tIL 91-4hsVtM a t ow. Honey sad Tm. It t ew~ the
OA.ak DW 3II. aushand OSPeiie te e 00I fM e
sea. OW49 ad"C Lystem as It sit is o w la ve. e. .
too fse y but the 06se M In the0yelo
bed l J.W. MOOS@ = e& &


Melt Ill- IL
~1( tcolamggm5L W8~ toa Id
an be~g.*~I'~-~~ )
- a daa rgguz~J


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Aad iel2WlWS hI*"

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BAXCAK MIV.maa.
CLARK & FIELDING


be t AtWantaPISMS& DOW
WI I AtISAW IRS. T- IIP-wr
ko Atlata Jas. MI-goI YIo ee of ow,
t Isa GA. an AIWA In W. OI AW
sto T em.I ,*loa me. Puaisin t *3 s(K *1 L
firkt eW y.Ivr.in. 430S CO W
witg sllas'4 ua U"is ow!gia ad
bad long -o wood y T" th Mo I-- eMo4
it tm of Austa. I" ona5.0410IIL9
wi hvtb .mai AWISM MoorSPO
a dsrsA bd er34 a 1a WOIW
WY sbolmbi wbst oft Piave&
teeed -


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jacksonvi le nd N&W
Os satf MA -it .6 ..h9~wp


Yh fImes Stemmh tt Ia lbs hhl 'i
Clyde Neo wEngnd "l 8Osthefti

Celli" ik C-svipe beth

8 ~~~~fo 3gm otAr~B~IB f
~~tr4iiii6& mdr
Ifortbbound F664 of *661200,ft4d d

Clvde St. Johi a lrn Li
BeitW..n JACK&aONVILLA ni ad AV4P@9
pIu was as Palatka, Asorw, IeeIur (DOLad),sAid It.Pmgabe
as S. Juibs River.
Steamers "CITY OF JACKSPSYILLI old' 1 .f10D11 SEIlk
are appointed to saI a sfullows Lease JA@3ouwf u, diib *US n
Ekawtdaye, si SaW~ P. 0In' eumufIssa*e ~
Usiepi Sad age, at di.
11-4dMIC&SM04%, -


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t.ov : 9 p. m................. t ................. me. 3n i
Loveo 3:00 a. m..................Astr.................1....l
L**v .....................'ore terd ((DLBA ).......... ..
DM 1:00 a m..................a.. I" ..I.....s
Dee 10:80 a. ........ ........ tkwes............. a


Pa8eenr and Tiet O0I1 11 We*t ay q at W'wUf7^
H. H. RAYMONID, VlcPealIdmt sad sses mWMlot-
H. 3IL MATNAR It. T. A.Ca HMSK tok '1
Plr 3 &N. R., Now York.
LB. SCROBLE A, P. M. inIm,
Ldebsrtg TIe. Jesbaeaw'U( M~s.
L D. JONE, T. 1. A.. JOHN PW#DSM. V P A.
JacksonvilleVo. PaK.I S ew7
C. P. WVULL Agebt j.ae I*VID*.
Geeraol OIee Per .Non tAhW R, NeVOL


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MERCHANT & Co
itoalem aI Jobbem m


Stapl* and Fancy PrFwA&A

*~s own "Os ee .m..
SO~In Awl SQUrl a l **ltIYJn
MII bees ma9Io pie ediv seee b bdhd


A Osulel


Ue ettOA, PeIY e AI WL
ebeele SlU eApri l 10,


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At A.U S barns h
AN Aili

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ATLANTIC COAST


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Through Pullman &ewW on All


Consult the "Pwple PpM


Fuor dPU.led iirrumwatgo, ANgdue =w adi
;*dons, n o VaW Tso* I4WW AS
or t4I0 o' o ou n


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S I TY CONDENSED
---


SMattmon s of'Gwe fInterest ath.
aiid by Our Reporter.

*' BSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS

What Has Happened and What s
GOing to Happen Toldila iSrt Parw
graphs So That "He Who Ras May
Read" It In The Sme.
,' G. evlle of Aredoando was trad-
ing in the city e00terday.
H. D DDerrick a returned from a
buslnea trip to. Jacksonvulle..
everything Just a advertised at the
balfprie male. L. J. Burklhm.
To "ely upon a wat ad." is safe In
t out of 100 "ia"taces" In life.
0. B. Powell of Alachu was a bust-
oel visitor to this city yesterday.
Dr. II. L Montgomery of Micanopy
was a business visitor to this city ye-
terday.
D. A. Prevatt left yesterday for
Uve Oak, where hewill vIt friends
for a few days.
Every day at least a few good srvy.
ants answer want ads. Isn't this fact
a "lint" for you?
Mir. B. F. Jordan left yesterday for
Alaebua, where she will be the fuestt
of relatives for a few days.
H. C. Biggs, a wellknown young
'Man of Jacksonville, was a business
visitor to this city yoetirday.
SR. T. Osteen and A. 0. Dyal, two
WeU.kno a clUiens of Graham, were
trading In the city yesterday.
The oily half-price sit and over.
m ost Ile ever held In Oalnesvllle.
Oet the habit. 1. J. Durkhln.
Deputy Sherif I. T. Walker left
pasterday for Hligh Bprings, Trenton
' Md other points In the West End on
Sosleil buaslna.
SThe many friends of J. M. talle
Sll regret to learn that he ts on.o
SWed to hbl home In this city on ao
Maat of'slokneas.
aut HHorH. H. MoCreary, editor of
0e len,. made a business trip to
Sikeohville yesterday, returning on
*a evening trale.
Jado S. L. Carter went to Jacksoal
IttU yesterday, where he ewill e ab
amt uUtl uaday attending the
SOrand Lodge P. and A. M.
I. P. Powe and J. P. Orady, two
velkaowns farmers of the Waldo see.
1a, were oamee th0oe who spet yee
lary a the eeaty capital


SMiss N. Norton

' I----- --
Slovetl, Boks Stationer

S kwumln, Set Pictim
I i PIlctm PFau .....


IN bg rtylt"lft


WKIDA


bb6sP Praiq C
Mr. M A BAt'UatMIt., Preortom
Our. bat Meeiaat St. and South
Oak Ae. Phobe 400.

Iadil' end Qae Clething and
Hate Cleaned a d Presed, and
Dr*emaktin gm en IShert
Noettec Setwerel
lGaranteed

SPIECIAL MONTHLY RATIS


r c- . -


HJ. DEMPSEY




INITURE

Funiiture lkld on Eazy
lP~wmntsel. Show *-(saC
\Nlack to Onir. lielarnl
i -Sicxialty. 11 'll on Corm-

Sura be=
,ImInUUahb MNow
tIW. maimMAL K, WONme, ep


if yw uam soiT.M

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adK5VVWkt


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Made with t n best pi m sad
pure liaeed oi. OQins aon
murfmaMnd l sk lowr tham say
Paint made. A pguant on e -
ery Ca.
If you are ontemplating building
or painting your old horne
want the BIBT. Then, i a Bert
in everything. In Paint it Is


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yet a lythng ee if
it p 1tao want column.
W .lr, retorted yesterday
from a I trip to Jacksonville.
Mr&r J.: Alderman spent yester-
day with vItMel at Waldo, returning
on the erilteg train.
Thisto ake ale. Come and see.
I'wUl do t represented. Get the
habit. U J: Surkhla.
Begnin today, we win supply our
elatomert wth Olboe stall-fed beef-
aloe, fat I ter de. J. O. Harrold.
Colo. W. Hampton, A Davis,
Chris. Matdton and Judge Horatio
ODa I u vi to tate yesterday on
*butsinee Jwde Wills.
or a 4 will MeD a my store on
West Ules sreet, a eeas t of en-
gl laR oIterI bsines. This is a
|gP" op ftt or a lively party,
ad wtl iot. closest nveetlgation.
i Woa half u ntertt to right party.
A. L. Raede.
U. W. CMe, president of the Dutton
SPhomphaste pany, has gone to New
York. Mr. Chase May little, but it is
understood that he ropoee to sail
from that prt to ivurope' At least,
The TAlm.Vnlon is responsible for
this ausrtlci
An expet cutter, representing
8trouse Bro., high art clothiers, will
bave on display at L J. Burkhlm's,.
January 2 and 13, the latest novelties
in spring sutlai. Come and have
your meaeuf taken. A perfect fit ab-
solutely guatnateed.


N I 'Among the prominent visitors to
Remember L. J. BD hl's balf- thbi city for a ew hour yesterday
price sult and overooat ale., Get the w Col. A. H. King of Jacksonville.
habit, and buy today. Col. King. who is a prominent ator-
J. L Medlin has rzetued from Me. y, le on the 11:30 train for High
redth, where e has bee look at- pringwhe be had been led o
ter his naval store Interests. bune.
J. K. Dixon, a clever young man of Among those attending the conven-
Ocala, was among those who spent tion of the State Federation of Labor


yesterday at the Brown House.
To keep In touch with the real estate
values in those city you must keep "In
touch" with real estate advertising.
W. H. Hayes. a progressive merbch
ant of the thriving town of Alachua,
spent yesterday In this city on busl-
nees.
Clean Rags Wanted-Whole pieces
clean eotton rag, free from buttons,
pis. etc. Pepper Publishlng A Print.
In Co.
Blee Ribbon the Winner. Blue Rib-
boa Vanila outsells all others because
of Its absolute purity, great strength
and delleious flavor.


T. 8. K. Boardman, a well-known
young man of Hague, who s connect-
ed with the Chase oommisary, was
tranaaeting business li this city yes.
terday.
Among the prominent visitors to this
city from Mlicanopy Monday were Dr.
J. D. Watkln, in. W. C. Johnsona ad
Claude Pontaine, all pf whom came on
buslness.
J. T. Weeks of Waldo was amollg
thnew who Plent yesterday In the city.
Mr. Weeks Is one of the oldest and
lost widely known eittsens of the
Kalmt Knd.


Aln export cutter, representing
tltnnrou lBros., high art clothiers, will
have oi display at .. J. tlurkhlm's.
January 21 and 23. the latest novelties
In sprint sultings. Come and have
) tr measure taken. A perfect at ab-
solutely guaranteed.
N. K. rowu and wife of 8t. Joseph.
Mich.. are among the tourists spend
il n a few days In Gainesville and vi-
clnlty. They are delighted with this
OWWt of the at, al-Ai4 Amy r
turn here for the winter. after a visit
to points of Intereat south.
II. C. Cato of High Sprlna, after
a pleaanlt visit to relatives here. re
iturndd ut his home yesterday. *Ie


was armeolitaid by his daughters
Mrs It. T Anrow. and rhlldren. and
Mrs. K M l .num., who will spend a
few da)s as his guests at Hlbh
Spritus.
J J iianaant the naval torwes
olwrator of lwbrloota and Yule. at.
t*r a ptlemant %iit to Wi family here
left yesterday fr tYaNe, where be
will kok after his Interests Mr Hay
mans owns a beautitfl bome it East
lliae0vlll. and his ebilren take ad.
vantagv of the erel at w Xiol farlll
t e here
Mr. Jordau of Tal *. Ale A a
has bop here.m a visit to Mrs. H
I Jra. e gfor JartaRvlli. where
she will remalt a few 4ays P!rm
JacksovlUle she wUi pr ed to hbe
boae. Mr. Jordana as called here
me a ad mti-as-the death of hb
mas Mrs. Travti weh died tn Our
iga ad was burted ae.


Is the fourth vice-president, W. C.
Cooper, of Jacksonville, who Is accom-
panied by hbe wife. Mr. Cooper is
well known here, and his friends are
glad to ee him aain.
Owen. Lloyd & Bon have had their
four cottages on Lemon street, South,
plumbed In up-to-date manner, and
thee cottages now afford all modern
conveniences to occupants, being Oit
ted with lavalorie connected with the
city sewerage. One of them is to rent
R. 8. Lanur d, the factory-trained
piano tuner, wises to thank his many
customers who hbve joined the "Piano
Club." Rlmember Mr. Lnafsord is
here to stay, but you must Join the
"club" Immediately It you want to
become a member aid get your piano
carefully tuned for $4. Phone 78.


Abe Daialnyukl, an old Galaesville
boy. but who for some time has held
a position as traveling salesman, was
In the city greeting his old friends and
the trade yesterday, both of whom
were g ad to see lam. lie is now with
the Florida Paper Company. Jack-
sonville. Mr. Dalalynski states that
his mother and sister are both well,
which will be pleasing Information to
friends here.
J. II. DouilaNs. formerly It the
grocery business In this city, later of
Sampson City, but more recently of
Jacksonville, has arrived here, and ex-
pects to remain here for some time.
Mr. Douglass states that It is hard for
a man to remain away from his fam-
ly, henoe ht is to be assumed that he
will either engage to btusieel or look
for something ele here. His friends
are glad to welcome him home again.
The Sun acknowledges a very agree-
able eatt from J. A; -oberts of Tarpa.
eeretary and treamarer of the State
Federation of labor. now la seesion
here Mr Kohorts to not nily promi-
nent in the FedratUon. b utn lo al
labor circles amI maW itpal affairs
as well. as he is secretary anad trees.
urer of the Ctiar Makers' Assorlation.
ndi alw a member 1 the City Council
of Tampa frum the Pbarth ward He
I a nut,1 Ig Nspirit and It apprectated
by the good people of Tampl tn all
salks of life*
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DIRECTORS:
J. L. Medin R. D. Crawford J. F. Jackon
Wm. R. Steckrt Dr. M. H. DePae T. W. Shand


Hear Davis
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Cotton Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Prvilsions

16 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla.


Branich Offices: Tallalmssee, Lake City, Live ,n)k.
Madison, St. Augustine, Gainesville.


SGainwvile ff e or J. Manae's Stare, Sith ii Square
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master, railroad and express agent of
Clark, has returned to his home, af-
ter a brief but pleasant visit to
friends here. Mr. Manning vas con-
nected with the Seaboard Air Line for
some time, during which time h'e either FOR pNT.
fell in love with tte city or someone
In it, as he has been making regular FOR RENT-Two tarnished room.
visits to Gainesvllle ever since he left Apply 304 W. Church street.
here about a year ago. lie is a good FOR RENT-New Aflveoom cottage In
fellow, however, and we congratulate South Galneevlle.. Apply at I1oul.
the young friend" in advance. ware's store or S olse.


FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Houses and lots. Mr..
i IM. D. Tarbox, 703 8. University
.. FOR SALE-Fifty pair Plymouth RoH(k
Rtomer pigeons, mated. Apply W. J.
5 Cents Line Deby.
FOR SAL-Black record carbon type
gach lnsertio, but no advertise. writer ribbons for legal work at
ment taken for les than 20 ents. Six The Sun office.
words make a line; no rational lines. FOR SALE-Slxty Barred Plymouth
every word over each six counting as Rocks. Write W. T. Jones, Ft
an additional line. CASH In advance White. Pla., R. F. D. No. 3.
must accompany al orders for Inser- FOR SALE-Good ive-room cotta,.
tons in this column. with bath, in North Oalnesviill,
--- --- - House nearly new. Good lot, acre
SITUATIONS WANTED. and a half. Apply to J. 8. Good
STENOGRAPHER-Lady. competent --
and willing, desires positiSn. Ad- ..IBTIILA.
dress Ilox 23, Oalnesvllle. Fla. -

BOARDERS WANTED.
RESTAURANT
WANTF)--Four young men boardrs r d Fler-e
in private family one block from Cemvehictly Lfe$ et i;rsile
square. Apply San oice.
-.- -- - Not "tile oldet bank in the city' it
WANTED--MALE MHLP. tiw holdst cetabliahed nrmsanrt, t:
l st weilippe', and the place for lr,'-.
WANTED-Men to Jearq barber trade. Ip"nt'iwn, anl childMn.,
Few weeks required; best paying O YSTERS 'e
work within the reach of poor man; _Ooatlnent ,.
can have shop with small capital. '- a srte
rwage from $12 to $20 weekly; WESTERN STEAKI CHOP&
wonderful demand for barber(. at ODRIPPED COPPU.
aloge Gnalled tree. NMoer llarl~r Regular Meals Trading Tikets
College. Atlanta. Ga.


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