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 30, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01190
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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OL. XXIV, Ni 504



EIGHT PRHI CAUSE


d elvom la Started

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BREWERS ARE BEHIND SAME

Soon as Varios Looal Organiza.
tions Are Well Unde Way They
Will Be Formed Into a National Or.
ganzation-4tro1w Filht On.
New York, Jan. 29.-AA organized
PWinm',nit against the wave of prohlbl.
Son lch i s npreadin over the couu.
try is now belng made o New York
sad els~wwher.
'The brewers and dealea In brew-
ers' supplies ad machinery are be.
itrsI tliho ovemeat ad are organizing
a.;r),iaions thlroGamlot the Gountry,
ilo object of w1oh will be to fight
tbo prohibiting movement.
The or;anlsatlin o n New York is
known as the MaaUlacturers and Doal-
ors' (lub of Oreater New York, and
elroular have been ant to Jobbing
rmnis and uic In t e financial district
in an effort to extend the membership
ibnrugnout lhe business world.
It is i)rloWsed, as soon as the local
organizations are -weU under way
(hmrouhout the country, to organize
them Into a national organization. It
is sild that lare anlbers of business
ean are joining local organialtlon. In
his connection attention is called to a
enoently publthed statement of the
0stiIlers' securities corporation that
while the prohlbtla movement less-
eoed the ooasumption of beer it has
had at the ame time the effect of In-
oreasing the de-i d for stronger bey.

JO N D. COM THEIR AID.

Many Unempleyre QGven Werk on Hi
ette at Taerrytewn.
Trrytowa, N. T., Jan. 2.-4tll1-
firag the a--t that John
P. foebU-rf -4 dir eted the dl-.
l p teadi t ot I etate at PostotoC
to give wm e I eStaM to
*e PTa owrr ytw i* w eo t ortf em.
loyment, a a rmy of the employed,
thi largest or se Is thls part of
IS state, madlod do ra on the ea
tate Monday. LMay ofathe were trom
Mew York City sar other places wrtw
In a ubort ilaaU e.
Thb superlnateamdt declined to fur.
te*h work for any of the applicants
except those who live Ia Tarrytown or
i the Immediate Tvicidty of the estate,
mYtag that It was necemaary to take
ar0 of them Iret sad that there wa"l
SO work a ou to take care of the
PennlI yed from a distance.

EXPLORER WALLAC" RETURNS.

'M4n Who Cared ODU edy of Ce*m
rad 400 Msoe a n Hie shuders.
SIn Fraundrl, (.lt.. Jan. S2.--DiX
1Is Wallace, the eSmorr and writer.
th" man who ca'rrt the dead body of
re leader ofe R**bard expedition
t lIaradwor 400 ses al le sboul
*w O ha jut returned fro a Journey
trouIh Me*Itn.
It" lIft for M9w YTol. aad it is hie
t".:cotil,n reo ft to the 0at next
sm.ner to explore further the or mb
i lutherU parts of Meilco.
#4
C-gregate ba ed t O roeedlng
S,.-ld. NN. J. JaJ s-Be-l ase
S'.): of htis longregtl objected
red"agl *op. Rev. L. Moor
S ator o the Seoteh Plain,
-. crhurh, has r, ed hisl
'^--r- li. 'r l h. b-ee a by
",' Sk cbata a thbe 4Seeaft
he oaMlml4 a Ik4Wol ea b*
'""4 'a der dem ties to hae rmllls
'" '"n'r b leb have w'a him
'"** at Bexdb shOws.


00" eg elhowd oer Toe Gtsvs
O (''Mma vu a Most Orvo
Op 'cr Itap, In. Ii -@a .u
'' OnrUs was a I t pititmlI
*~' e to her edtfn end. She dIed
C -m141tr aed ped r ~Y. and beW

ic 4eap. b" Ustrved he
bar he faithful WS'W
,; n do sthe bet M4nearvipt

e(a~l II i*Cim dllhe


ALABAMA FAVORS BRYAN. l pE
Governor Comer and Friends May Con HIP'S CREW i RIL
trol State Campaign Affairs.
Montgomery, Ala., Jan. 2It. It is
reprded as certain tha' ,;'m < Tern Hugo WBt.rsp ts Emcon.
arde m : .. ormin 1:, ,1ITea Io Watasp ts EDcea.
B. (Comer will be onet of the i ,c. ats
at large from Alabama to tterd II Qf f MeXco.
al democratic convention ait IDen r;
also that t0e friendii of tL.' i, '\trnor
and the follower. of nMr. li.'i wll VESSEL'S NARROW ESCAPE
control absc-i tely In t;' It,!;t .tiffairs
In thi state this l a 1r I, .4 pretty I
we lllestah teth ;lthi u \tv .i; ; : oire Waterspouts Came In Wake of Hurrt.
Is to keep in line for ( vunlilacl y fir cane Which Swept Up the Coast Re.
one of the s t'na;torlli '\.I :>,t"i ; l.itt..
one of the snatoril 'cently and Caused Much cstruction
on, and hibs frlnd, 4 bh li\ t h!o, \\111
inot Ith t m,,,,i.i o ,,:., ,.,, ., I ,, I Kxpert Steering Saved Ship.


on the patty orguitflh tiwi ;t!!i i' imv'
esca 1* him,
"hat the gmrvrt1 k uio tomrun
for the sonnite .i Zi pio. I
among tito pe' v! o S 11in III
ofite s ti oe cr~irnmin I I:lis


order a prln'ary, hir: in 'li:e- .ili
Is that thr, ,' :.',.- e .,i ; ll
be !l'tt t( nallte I < i d'Ile-
gates which \!:I i' 1 i' In thi
national l n 'm ntiiL 1 'I his i en 1

raiOne Pe but llhed. s Otie Ht an
little support i in nn r Te e
outltork is I; i t 'r i a. n i i n
t on wlc 'lon r0 d in I u, f 'rik l r-


TORNADO CUTS SWATH.






kllllng one and InJnrlng five otbera,
one of whom Is belevet to be fatally
hurt. James M 1taldy, of hkio
Sprlnga, eight miles from Sweetwa
tr. was killed and his wife was ger'
haps fatally Injured. Their realsdenO
wi emoNshed by the torm. wi-*
erettt, 'who lives at Pood Creek 4
amles from Sweetwater, lost hs hom,
It b g spt away by the eyolatoe.
1bres of hbi chlldren and is wife
were badly Ijured. Ierett hlimal
soeaped uohurt Wiley 11elr's bars.
at Pnlallphbla, Tunn., was blow
dowl, sad tw horses were killed,
Israeld lnor, of Philadelphia, loat a
barn an two cowq Joooph Porter
ad Ogrw* Mc'reary, alao of Phila-
delphia. lost a lbrn s-4i Bseveral
residences In ",e pimth of the storm
were more nr lem, damained. The
cyclone nu) ,t in a nortlihwieerly di-
rection It aume" A a distance iof
oblx)ut ogtih ltml:, and as but a
abort dii iance' It, .w ,i'

Hancook Case to Roosevelt.
Washinrin, Jan "9 -The case wY.
MaJor WI lain F Hancol k coat art
tiller) errpl, ,ua '.imiuil ar Fort Har-a-
Ceas IF r !.r i l '... -rl ro.e'lvled at the
war ie'pailili-i' f,,r tW' action of the
president Mr)"' llancock was tried
by uertn;ailit a tItlantr (la.. o0
charge uriowtNl ,i* oif his alleged vl
olation of a p'eK' I,' A's* f ln (fr n the
uae f lnt'ulac'lt Ir iiQ'l r

Dug Up Old Roman Cel.
gprtifl;. bla Jan 25 --Whil
dlqlarn for anusn 7,nru for bart somWe
time ago I t la.milton turned all
ain oJ m;,- ': allrlh e has s
sdts 'r, i, "'h Some !
disco-r. ** '' ter g l I
IThie ,'- a l ' ". bearlni IAtl
S 1-r arlathed head
i, n~ ''' .. Ir ,' M
am;' r' with it

V.0" Kir King EdMwrd.
n. on, a- a. 29 -A
itt ,- ' (,.i4 'y i( Klia
I1rt.azt -' }" casr, hasl jus bas
rmer qif.. ra l tialedto.U, a
ViOlin ik. '- ll5 '.. i
*trul.r .e n.r'r. f early maple. the1
-rll' ",-"r 'al1S from s~ a
i ',. "'" *.q. pVApertY of U e
r rr.' 's** -
rej> K*a' i


fr e-m e'r f~rster, ty 06 s f I
%. Ai g rjl lan m 2-Hmra
Mtarme' ; I* a :e-.dmg cove
&ad ..a m ?atrtoG('I%" ca

Of4 a .,' f ** d aato %a"
diaser- ," W'- m?5tktJS? r 60
'his bon- OPPIN S VOW IPrn I

a Lis pla lntark SaM Us. I
:or$ .. fea'rid that Sal PM
ha ~ W paL a K.


N horvA 'If, ie.#,.i . ( Jai a.-w
arried I;edm, frIum (c'nrmiaeni 1) Wal
oif I'l sks
''li t 11,114 %%Ax coff Ithe'it itmd"Iitts


up thel c nli.t 'Por twelve It.'s the'
%L lt--l ~ I'laIff t' le a'miIt, *i e.'lv nlt





li eI utIm) I I IIir ( ti t, re %,ln ,, IA j I'm
of a tllo tim .(.

thrl l nI prt to starbo rd. .c r it
con Itre' nd. fi-m ve n n llers, !i'. I'cc III
tUIm iht t norii t;n t ine crew, L r*.i, r
itsn

IofI another l ed.




our Irt to starame.
Ian F rancloJ, Jlan 1---Tbe bI .
ourth letle h fhve mk es tllo stepo

to secure a site ere fo the bilseet
United Sta se army oepI i the coun-
try. It I to be located o part of tb
silstilg rb e eervatio at Itort Ma
oe, sad thea ru aortberly o lad at
present absesged.
This submeiue lad Is owned by
e Dore family of this eity. aad Mrn.
Hermas Onlhes b ad ber siter. Mrs.
Wllliam K. Vaaderblt, Jr.. of New
York.
Thn lao d Is to be ouldemaed In the
(Tnlted Statlsr citrult court. Alssistll
t'nltfd tats IMtrla Atlror)
('lark ha perfected a srut lor that pur
POrm Coatrea ba s already appro,
prloadfl $1,O00,00~ to pay for the ite
and filling li the Lubmerged wilion

SIGNED BY OFFICIALS.

Franco-Amerioan Relpresity Arrange
ment-Cence-sion to Prence.
W\ashlngton, Jan. 29. --Secrtar)
Itotlo and Ambassador Juaeerad hatr
signed th(e PrraacAmerica rrciproc
iPy arrangement drawn under settlon
1 if thIe mIamey att. I
The agrgee et aooledrr to Irrance
on abetemset of tweat, per eeat is
the duties on champagne sad ark
lag wive t Ipurted lto Amerie6 VYo
Its part, the Preaho )*Tvramet con
lrms the metalMuM tariff rate w ae
corded to AIerlit proders. Proil
siuf alse i tmade for appoletwaet off
a rmmallsoon of thr mlamebern on
s*eb r.lb1 to cestder ad report upon,
posuible aiedaests I, thle eoistlnI
trade rrequatlos tIa btil' rrse a4a
Ame-rira to facilH)itap s'la .

FIlta at Sonesces Ayre. I
fluyu'.i tyrfe. Jan .: --The o1,
ceW of .be Amerlae torpet beat go
UUt. hbo arrived ho Se y from
Rio lSmlru. wwe r.r ,4 d 7eay b
Prenid Altria and the Ilartl
of war melre d flordeo a "l0 t I
is, de- AlenrsO spoke plAnSMty
-Al oI of f46", sad S t o"=BM
rio", wao Lto eowmmamd of Me SG
tile. e* pressed i*. lrii"e I
aed satlaitteek is the i e( to the
A rlmleoo of The Ameria1 weru1p6
St ese wade of wele*oo IJelleesat
roC mae a ekable reofy.
111 6Lm Vaw e
Celetim O., 0.. M.-The
penoe o has a ed e d e ---

bs emmees tow s
mse le i ioJ ji

blbli ll4mil! tiW ilB li^^ I
*S .t1wa^ a


TRIAL CAUSED FIGHT.

Clash Setween Newspaper Reporters
and Former Officere Friends.
New Orlitsni, Jan. 29.--As a re-i
silt (if a e-lnsh bet weliu ncssimpap'r
reporters and phottwraphtr- eon one
sIle and folh'o ers of the Cformerr %ilt.
aker p dile. reg',niti u ihe other. here
Mondity, mevtal men wt-re aattlt e'd.
-io it a irn -nitI itid Amamlaits Im.&y
b mad'e ~against others,
To iat hIovetrroti it outle the11 mri m.
11110 ti tm1 1 m1111lii11K, iiaainw.ilkle.i fod
Ic" lug 1111. It 'w l'e) Iii'c t (it m i ll*- u'ife
of former In- 41lotor M aI.ai 14r, Wilt


1ntOWtIII ki'l
Divainmg Ii' '. i Mort N )M Mi.rgr
a neW11P3P. ~ it I p r~al e, %%hitM.at


bArivii, rItem'iurt NI ,mrrt-olit neiw"

ft%~etm11% 1114 Am "41 ~ktliiii-ieulit'" 11i
%1ll) !It I ~iiI -~, RM 11 Omi1t gIe t 41g Iill'

Ii'thie 110 lt h I,% I'l tIm Ih I :4 it,%'e 411mIeI
o M(cir, %%a: I,'i' kt-,IIi uvip-i- Ir irret


CARD PARTIES BARRED.


Sheriff Draws the Line on Games Inn
Public Placeo.
ll'rni ch'l Ali; .11 1 .hi ?. S.uwr
Iff lli:l, it ;i t, s .ie hired that i ri ; -"
tiI' li t i the I r ininhritmh it t r4 li iir I el tit)
S11ll 1l( pilu it l lti e I In t l hi f ii re A
promnilitnt mwlto4-I wiimni w ho was to
have Kli'tn a larK, i party this week
has called It off as a result of tlIe iier-
Iff's dei4'tuiol.en
Colonel ll lon lsated that the new
state law prohibit*lI card playing in
public plarice ad toe country y club
clearly came lender the latibitbla.
He sad the If card gamI were
played friquertily nomr In prlvato
bomes to Jirtify the Inferce that
uebh home were "public plaeI these
asee would aeo be stopped.

PILL DEAD AT THlOTTLR.

GOrm Reaper Purweee Ofrw er Misei.
ioppi River Steamer.
Osillpolls 0.. Jan. MW-lawl9 a
Clark. a veteran river leateer, Nd
haows free rPittabsr to NIew s Oi
fell dead at the throttle of the ptebel
steamer Ireoa, bouad lor Plttaburg.
Monday.
Pilot Mike Iavlls aarowly teeaped
wreoklng the pakeot. St knuowlag that
the engltleer was ded asd unable to
answer the bell ('lark reided a
'aneevtille. 0 He is the third maN
in meet a sudde4s death onl rte sIea
or ILorena within a few oIothl.

WHOLE FAMILY CRIEMATED.

Was Sitting Up With Cerpe When
Building Cellapsed, Taking Pie.
Richmond. V Jan n Hp tbe
collapee of the house of AAthoY
Prfnoll, a negvoof Bedirityl .the
butltlag was flred a4 datrooe,. Iad
his wbole family, eeletnllg of blBm
self. wife -4 lve rillldrea. wego
burned to death
The family was sitting p with the
corpee of a rbld whlrh ditd S luday,
w Ens fre busting fell la sad4 mprti
oad them.

To S1e the OeWme*nt.
Angusfa. isa Jao 2 The rad
leal departnmmI of the Isaierilly ef
6Oeria s abost to ie 0 lis aeala^
the Il'n> ai l***' a', s .ey ellt or rwme
a daItage 'roes i, tfe eroItewe bealdt
laig whein -a *m* t,,cep r lem by f4,
fal (Map* dtrsisf the war between
thei *irit, n pr!lcipel wtitato 1t
the eSA I.* .:;aawa Itarrti. aS aId
S*rvo who *ai jasltr of thelb enes
f tar
t t e d tC a se ow f Mo ur e .
giOriek WI Ja 2i -J-e *a
ImId. aa or,., as he rolised4
arllWt e in Fll' ', e*s e s dd
*a a I I H uroday TWe
b adsy *a (Ir., a Itbse I ad sbee
frows oe r 0' 4 ete It Ily a eJl
aife saI d a 4e"mroietbied as, b4th b
smeared ilt u a II It IspposL
the was ti.ae owa mr .

m teL um L ti.

*K- fa-


TEN CENTS A v


TRAGEDY OFTHES,


Six lPeor s rlbsd IN At11U

to Save Tog's Crow.


CAUGHT IN TERRIFIC STORM

Thrilling Story of the Le of the
White Band and Her Crew Off the
Delawart Brekweter--A Blinding
Snowstorm Added to Terrors.


l'ro ltie.n.'. Ht, I .lan 29. -T'heir
'' *it ic't ail t te'ltitl to tiase the crew
oft fho, 'r I \. 1M Siilly from death
b) ,lioillig fotr men saiml two wo-
liin t i to :l.u',l ff |)itnware lhreakwa
ti>i it < Sti)lulat- miorulni where the
I a.- \\h m t.tI lli d. bIo tu(i fro l New
l>'rt N sw e fi Ithi o t*ll), ank during
lth' 0ill!l %,i hkt'h swep t the
oii'i |'r ,' -,,ny of tho I los of the
\\'hi'1 llanld il ii r 4crw* wais told by
SAt.'l.iln lI m'll il t 4; lut f lltthe o el.
Il, whel it :l lg m rrril',' Iin jirl with
t Ie' I nI \>\ l I,,'?i, in tw .
'l'. ~e i , I tii fromit Newport
N'.'w frm l'i i i in Citill thi barge
\hl e Itinlil miui.l New .Ilersey, both
coal l ihi 1in 1, ti,' n tiff I)tAwaare
II, n!, l I.r l 1i. ) hlK'ith I r n nlto a
t1n4ll1 e 11nilt1ii e, K'It1. liTh New
Jv,'re' i 'l 1ti 'eut (ti1e h)aw r and anll
choreil, whib huo H.eill) hhove to, With
the \WVhtl ItIand still fastaeSd to 1
hawter, Owingl La snow. It waa I.
posaln.lv ti see Inore than a few fet
or to ceiin icnlrate with the barIe.
IDurlng t hi nlrat the captain of the
Iul ly felt the hawser part and s*
mainatkmn showed that It had be"
cut on the White land's eod of the
tine It I believe oan board Ae
Acllly that wbho the I ptalO a th .
crew of the Watte Baad knew tedr
craft was sakit they slt bealely
oet the hawsar to save Ite S" ly
fre belrg m beamath Le a w.
WeS the Eln r ally was able
to prem d to am ame as Iho fel
Iot of wreeLhae LwhM was poiteel
idetlied aas beloil to the Whilt
t"ad


WiSOt PWPI LIVErS,

Senaer Davis Wante te Sverm
To Take Cpae.
Waahlatlo. J J. a .--e-M
Jelferua IkDla ha prepared a ilU rt
put the loves eylte of the MIase-
pl river in the hade of ithe covers
meat, which he will latrodee thi
week ny misas of a Suesleat ap
proprloti hepr4ropmoe that the vt.
oramelt shall lake over lhe premel
lev- ad prrIeen to m laltal them.
Tbh il)l aim will prdeVO* fo the p
propriatloa of Inuoe to drals th
?uake lands in the Mialelipp Ibeds.
Meutor IMkvIa S ntaltM that It Is
as mOoh the 4duy of the verSo mI
to malablaso ihs lleeseppi levresa -
drals the lowlada theresbew as o is
In elped moneMy lto reclAi ard bId-
d the 0eet. I

KAJItS WKIHCMS1 OIRTnDOAV

S*jei t of German Rler CeOIebet
00e OOsele
erla). aa 1 --etpef.r W11the
NMeOs waa s( yarte of aI. Me
was "akalhes*"' UMeday morwAg.I
seor"ig to tie IammeIwrtal bIbis
erieorm, by rafarthlt by the pels
tIrimpeter aad the elasgia of a hpe
by the rastle rbhor at I u'rleh. Ni
majesr. d'e. id lis a 1044 mer-
estherl, gpee* t(he beOrlulMrs sad
wreIved4 Ilbe saSratularkl f fte 9t"
Nise prteref. after aWOe thie a *e
ewrvies hi le phRste cawpel of i

Dr Drsa4er. be e "en pedsvae,
deMlvetd a snrre from the il0 :
h"Od be wa us.

Pet Deg ftvo I ITe.
ram" Jurltgw. Mlaeo Jim. -
A pe dog lJumcplow Om theI bdd
@r "M' **IS***W sh* ,

m t eeae, rape hs h i i *
Seo amat 1o e ite wtihi
ku 6"" "Obw PM bb-
&a wow"&r


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GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY :31, 1908



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7IT T ATE A

66erW CllUison Will Have te
Display at Tampa This Year.

WELL PLEASED WITH OUTLOOK

Says Every Indication at This Time
ai_--I- f .f Tht i Wa ill h.


rinio i rIact ia rir i v v a ----
success-Grounds Cleaned and Re- et Knives, efssors and
paired-Races a Great Feature. Butcher Knives in this see-
N. A. Callilon, manager of the fas tion.
mouse Spring Park Stock Farm, lo-
cated about nine miles wet of Gaines@- & W Mev w -
vllle, and which is one of the largest s t"'E'
and fnet in the Southern States, has '
returned from Tampa, where he has ,I sf
been for the past two or three days 1 1
for the purpose of arranging for the
annual exhibit of cattle and stock . P TfU
from the Spring Park Farm at the *I you want he beet &ci&-
Stato Pair, which will be held In Feb.
mary, beginning February 6th. ore land Sheo dbuy the
Manager Callison has always manl. NW IOtWI better i
footed a great interest In the State made; ground hrp, ready
Fair, not only from tbe standpoint of for use.
hie own Interests and displays, but A :
for the general welfare of theo'ounty. If you want to en
Last year he was the general commis- shaving try a IM ll
stoner from Alachus county, and suo
eoedo by his energy and clever wortk
n carryln o of half of the Arst or
rand praise, while those who wre fa.
mIllar with the situation delard he OiV
was entitled to he prise s a whole. | jaMo s, ,
In addition to theb Indldual exhibits
from ,pring Park Jarm, he mooseded
In getting together a larIe cetioon ei on our l t thi wek. The
epireebtln the various fralna, little fellow ia ea with measle.
horticultral, mAufacturlog, mlalpg His many friend wih him a speedy
@ad oommroaial interests of the com. recovery.
ty, and had them tastefully arranged. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Plkett and bli
Thim exhibit, wbhlo oeopled a promi tie granddaughter, Thela, spent son-
net position n the main building, at day h ue of Mrs. Tuoker.
treated the attention of alnety per Mims Neal Johnaon of Hawthorn is
ept. of the thousands of visitors to here on a visit to bh sltero, Mrs. D.
the tair, with the result that Alachu C0. Roland. Her many friend are
Mylved a good share of advertising gl ad to welcome be aain.
fItL the venture. U e Miss anice B lmth of Cole.
While the county will have no.ex- man is speeding a few days here,
hibit aa county at the coming 8tate guest of Leo Deosler.
Fair. Manar Callioa, who has aI- Mil Antha Groff entertained quite
rM l y rrted off many premlums, ex a number of her fried Tuesday
peOt to make a good exhibit. e will evenilo In honor of Miss Joliason.
take (hr arloads of battle and Those present reported a dellhtful
leek, Inoluding Herefords and time.
Jerseys, Bershlree Angora goats, and
other tfay tock. Minetrele Satursay Night.
"We exet to have a better native Next Saturday evening, February 1,
display than eve this y'," remarked will be present at the opera house
Mamage Callion, In seating of the a pnuine al olored mInstrtl aggre
attl "becuae we hve had time to known as the D Dix
gow, and will have more native eat. Mins.trels."
tke O the road than at any previous The company has ben aooorded the
time. I fel sure that our native cat. endorsmont of both white and oldor-
tie will make a fine shown at thi ed patrons where presented in ther
r S Iouth. In fact the notice from the
Manner Callion is very ambitious Southern proes (which will be preset-
I his n lortse to aIntroduce a better m timetotie)are ost
ed from tlae to time) are mot com*
grade of cattle Into this section. modatory for the oeellence and
Through his generosity, at the farmers cleanliness of the pformance ven
Institute, which will be held In this by th company.
city on February 5. and 7, and at The Tampa Datll Times, of Febrn-
which farmers and stockmen from ty 1 ontaed the followln notice:
every section of the State are expect, "One of the bet minstrel perform.
ed, there will be a practlcal lecture on ances ever seen n Tampa was that ofI
oatte, the Herefords being supplied the Dandy Dials Mintrels. who ap.
from Spring Park Farm. Not qply peered at the Tampa Bay Casino at
wlul thsle lrve of great bentt to urday night Owin to the excllency
tho in attoedane, but the herd fo of the show.the perform ce will be
rin Park Farm will be hlbted at ven to ht Hundreds of white pe
the Institute for a couple of daystb. ple enjoyed the performance saturday
ruary 6 and 7, after which the cattle nU ht as much a did the colored pe.
will be shipped direct to the tate ple in the galry."
Fair, leavlng here on the 8th.
At the clo'e of tht 8State fair. Man-
ater Calllson will take his exhibit to TO CURE A COLD N ONE DAY
Jacksonville, where they will be aeen Take LAATIVl BROMO Qaintae
to advantage at the Florida Mtid. b Drtagg ts ftad money if
Winter ItxlMiltlm for a week or two, It tllu to awe. W. OROV'S sgl
This exhibit la bound to prove of If rt iatsn is on Mh b
Interest to the thousand of visitors


at this exposition.
Manager Callteo stated that be was
very wll plused with the outlook for
the ISate Fair. The Igrnds an be.
lag clar anl imiproved preparatory
4 to the oniulg. the Ibulltngs are betan
S Iralaobed and other Improvee ts
made. FNOIn Ireent Indications all
spei to the mainl building will be
tOtea, ad the racing f"aturn, irotlaes
to be the bet ever seen in Florida.
a a number of fune ran. hr se of
Iptk#mal reputation hare alrmedy ar.
rived.
NEWUERRY NOTEL.
Newberry. Jan. M.-L- ulus Jiuohon
l ft Suaday tor Hawthr. wher. w b
Stll aimed everal weks viastang hei
I r. llttU.t lHawtoru of High
4i-rti, .iwpent atulrday sarm Sulday
hrre KUt( of Mrs. RoLaad.-
Ri 1'\ T wlor tit Hgh Aprl f was
here ,I. t*uti,.ii Mond ay
SW nart, Mrr to rPport OWU Robbi-


Agreed Umpn Campaigs Pan.
Albany. N. T.. Jaa. IS.--r-. w
MgeO a Porter, state co ea aloer ol
health, and hiae adviser board, aamed
rceatly to aid the department tn deLe
lag with the ravages e tubetrloels.
sl hsavil agreed ai a plan of cam
palt. The advla body is mad4
up f expe ts a tobreuloet. ir.
Porter anwounone that a bill will be
iatrldewd Ia the legilatr*e maktae
mandatory reglttrattea of all ease
of tluborrc:.oals thruoo lout bte state


Det let the baby efter from
s*co a. mo or any ttebng of the
ft. Douans Ointment give l tata
reli. emree qckly. Perfectly saf
tr cUlMrws AU drla sell It


Se AOdmj t to
Sra. 29.-New Yok's
trati4'll 1 4og were p'ut into a*
tlue Vti l TPesday morning for tae


rflt tl., Iftpertments with the Be!-
lea (to nd brought from IEurope ad
tUln4d wrth an especial view to ser-
vioe sta adlSunct to the city's polee
force proved the effectiveness of their
lIstrcoeftOi.
suck attacks on uniformed men by
polouea in, plain clothes were
promptly reseated by the dogs,
only the musnle on the animals pre-
otI@al serious harm being done the
The 0ogs, after their exercise in
the istrlet between Prospect Park
and Coy Island after mid bsht, were
take kbeft* daylight, but will be on
d Ity t OleATCHE
SRI.E ONWATCI4ES.


T. 'Itblorin, the noted chess mas.
ter, died at St. Petersburg on Tues.'
day. He iu born In 1890.
MoMr K. Jeeoups' bequest of a mil
lion dollars to the American Museum
of Natural History In New York city
s the last of a lon succession of gifts
the noted banker and philanthropist
ba wade to the Institution sice
An etra dividend of approximately
OS per set will be mgde to the em.
plopese of the United tate 8teel cor.
porat wbo, under therofit sharing
pla d f the comoaln ,took preferred
sltek In the company fve years ago
4Wd still bold It.
A l s number of delegates a sem
bled at Woablaton In attendance up
On the fhrth annual conventio of the,
Ameesa Breeders' association. The
tavenUloa will be n session for three

OGRAT DEMAND
Per Hyomel, the Catarrh Cure That
J. W. MeCollum I Co. Guarantee.
The sales record of all medicines by
J. W. MeCollum & Co. has been brok-
en by the recent remarkable demand
for Hyomet. This is not alone due
to the peculiar weather conditions
that have nereased catarrhal troubles,
but the way In which J. W. McCollum
& Co. ell Hyomel is undoubtedly re-
sponsible for many ales.
With every dollar outfit they give
their personal guaranty to refund the
money. If Hyomel does not give abso.
lute satisfaction. Ask J. W. McCollum
& Co. to explain to you about this
guarantee.
There Is no stomach dosing with
Hyomel. It is a medicated air treat.
meat that kUll all catarrhal germs,
prevention their growth and making
atarrh possible. It has cured many
right here In Gaineevllle, and you
should try It now and get relief from
catarrh.


Cardinal Richard Dead.
Paris, Jan. 29.--Fracola Beajamlc
Riebard, cardinals ad archbishop o'
Partis died bhe Tueeoay of coons
Uon of thbh lunoa after a short Illness
Cardinal Richard wa born at Nanto
March 1, Ill, and war made a e
lIal In 1889.



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Savannah. Ga.-


All Ia Ow FPamiy. j
Rector (sbortalbtsd)-Wel. Richard,
haMt at work. eb? LIM me see, you are*I AT% AV% AV%~g~
tirbanL aren't% yo3 Laborr-Nos dir
)I e John. iMr. Tou 'ad the please
o' buryin' Rk- last week you M 0 If Yo um A e I urged .
pmeltor. slr!-ladrm ruMwb.%

Pat Over Xty Years 0
Mrs- NOUN" syrup use ag 001106 81 t a at0 trciubi, Have a Polaey asmeLe
bm sow forOblimY aefl. it WnstiebruDShls ofthil of gotrI sd the OspsMyth
fes t"d stftess the guM. laPa Luys L Prem p
M" n "in. WIS wl" MIX "d4
tthe b" rundy Ib larr 0You Are Asc ured

ittw Reiveaga
ToMMy 'IC-S4e6 teo kleWOkked That at so ees nsus.oas olt'oroi luu wihoat geo &o a esI
37 due )roteefty. but I awl evven wite
him you liUt. Jebmuartv S't-ll'wU
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ONOWN MM r, g onea bus I Ot iablek O l g R paPoe s.od

male ua '.~e f;~v~n dcelr~ A. M UB HA N
wse week ofru. weak tap. 0ANo
OW ft ft"I )at #" "Pr i~ ~ftftS In* ix "VknU~, It~lP
MWArWv, "ee PI "will ""a*
Mt oncd.,tw is IS. '
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The X Tomn Not elip A Do"**. smA vbk*h as bepa
.12 - hr o v pewsF ew%)sem ib. 0b0sture of
~R~ c~ .s bI* m4q~egr his per-
Sint uklrn use Ito infancy.,
W.O h00,00y in thi.
06i a* twrO0, 9k A ariJU od" are but
~zwth ap4 iiar hev health of
a,~w-mIvM. -s Experimen.

What Is CASTORIA
(i- IU.~ uPI5"C 1qt~ Cjaroil* Pare
psIu 3 dp Ime 'inmurt, It
suIas .~sqio Ohae W het Narcotic
r, 'ft lostutys Wornu
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I1Kne*Ms' 'Wident of
ooala P i Ad enly.
Information reNbidl-th city Wed-
dsay night of the4 0h o John Mc-
cdle, which oeotrd suddenly at
home in Ocala on TueNday night,
ving expired while he was reading
p newsPaper.
The cause of the deab h l decrlbed
Saute indigeltloa. Mr. McCredle
was enjoying his UiJ health at sup-
per, but after the nmal, when he sat
down to read hi paper, complained
of feeling badly. He assured those
about him, howervr, thit It was noth-
jog seriou--oly a a pain the side
wnich would moon pass away. It was
only a few mometa before he reeled
In ,,s chair and pued away.
Deceased was sevety-tour years of
age. ie was born Scotland, but
kas been In America for many years,
the greater part of his life being Bpeit
in Micanopy, where he reared an in-
teresting family. He was well known
and pulpular in that section, and his
death will be regretted by all woo
kni'w liini.
.\ few months ago Mr. McCredle
n,,,.d with his family to Ocala. At
I,,, tuine of his death he had just reo-
tuirt'ld from a visit to relatives in
,ticainopy..
pI,,.otsed is survived by a large
aunrtbr of relatives In the vicinity of
blicanopy.
Th't funeral will be held at Mica-
a,l this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
..,e ,,rnon will be delivered by Rev.
!]r lpdge, pastor of the 'rehbyterianl
r lchi of Ocala.

Judge Mason'e Court.


I'rtre', was an unusual turn inl thel
I i.t oi affairs In the court of County
.JildgI Mason Wednesday. when
(;'eorge' Adkins, a white man, was aur
rtiginecd upon a charge of vagrancy,
awlI waas sentenced to three months
in the, county prison. This was an
unusual occurrence In this court, he-
l\g the first cae of the kind since
the' vagrancy law went Into effect.
Adklns was arrested by Marshal Ar.
now near the Tampa and Jacksonville
pitssenger depot. Adklns stopped the
inarshal and asked him for a inatch,
which resulted In his arrest.
Adkins stated that he was from
Michigan. He appeared able-bodied,
hut stated that there was no work In
the North, and he decided to come
South. He had been unable to find
enlployment here, e said, and It was
either beg or starve.
Marshal Arnow, judging from the
mnThii' demeanor, declared that he bw-
le, id he had never looked for work.
a. min'i of his physique are In demand
'%'r wi ere.
.Aiklns will have a job for their inext
- ** ioimuthm, at least.


Had ilyspepala or Indlgestion for
I, No appetite, and what f did
*, (li-tressed me terribly. Iturdock
; i hitters cured nie' --J.. II
\' .*-,r. Stunbury, Ohio.


PROF.


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Made a Fine Addrea on Panama Ca.
nal at Auditorium Tuesday.
Pr. rtlward U. Flint,. ir ,,,.,or of
(hli:nllstry -t thie L'tiver of t Flor-
ida. lnd ont of lthe nimot W\\, l'I known
of his ijrofef'sio ii in the,' t- ith gave
ati Illustrnted lecture on tl,, I'ain;ma
CluIal at the aiuditoriuit oti : (;alndaf
ville Graded iand Hih 8 !,>iI Tues-
day.
Notwithstanding tlat t other attr:tctloun Ini ti,he '., the big
audltorliin was well fillhl .ant those
present were greatly Inti r- .d with
the lecture.


After suffering for seven yeaMr, A large pumlwr of seho'
tWit Wanutin a w rt'Mtored tohfealth wero present. and the le'ctui
by Lydia EK Pitkltiai's l egetuWbe nection with Its enatrtaitic,
Compound. Hteadd er lItter. tenided to enlighten the chil
.I1r`. -allit' Fat-tch-1. Alf I Ciia inlalR, iiderahly In the matter of L:,,,
Ind(1 Ter., 'lilt'-. toitiN I ajil k)llin: history. it is holed bIy ri
--I had fe'enah' t. ii ita ta fo~r eD heard the lecture' that Ira'r
years wiii 11 run 1-d a1\ r4. a tia Ml DCt*
Vo ts I cmidl dsoa i a ate nri T he again favor the p lw-o 'l t it It
doctors .tre'tchilta' nitfr a0d.*1 c? I t I tratioui of his wisdom itInOrI
bitt dliid niet' ie)) a t V S IIt 'u- at nil early Adnte'.
edition I wrotc'te 1.41 .I Ii~ ta aO je _________ __
YTie and tooL 1.I.I, I i I 1.1 ;1" \evr-
table plau'l.'ilI .. I'' 11,J4 PROSPECTIVE BVIL 2,

FA(TS FOR SICK WOMEN, Prof. Blair and Others \.
Eu'. aiitv I E, IPink.,Handsome Homes Near LUa-
fru lit I'e at' ~u ii a ~ -.'. a I t1it' 1'Vit' Itatllclltig: LWIllIitI l I
Stsiiela1.(l liailia jI 1 Ithe' t'Utie'rr itv groatidl
61,41141 1I Ml~ \ .2 eai oi htve I I take niii ie' e lif e. it-



nVe atici Iwi a 1( a( id 'a al( t jIltr, AI" iuh l~ig ,( ra'n~l rajeeii e
disjlia c i i't,: i i 111k t. U l Iflt. ( '80) 11411 9 ill'ti 1t11ti te' 0"
tl y ia i, t '1 I I Ulow 1;11iit c rimiti-'r of I adi ..c.iite .
piriiclIit a 1 t 1i, 1 :, I i I !.-I r- r iid ie' tla h a v hi l As
itg~~ci~'~t a~a It ~ ci i ~ th~fa-t'ittt, 4 4 utit 'eai I
Wl~' (letlit 1 1 alil) cit3 hlit h' lic utI
Don't le'f(at'1. iieto '31 i~jAiiioiig iliwo- aoti (11t t
Pinkisiam i If' lu' a-I., .11i Vt i11Mi t n ralesidt-tiee' fIt' lt' A
atleii t vuaitr i,-;, Ila ai- ll do not, file% l':ina~nt] illta mt.
uvide'rwk til. S81)4'Ai, ill t reat ytt EirtOeW'111 ai'I'a
let ter In c otui1 41tie -, A 4- c;-oit11:itel %:1-4- % t lleoil. wed tItro
freke. No %1 cciii via rr 'rew' t eeltI ilol
r. ri tiitg blt-.'r, I .....l.a'a .c of liSct homte', A Idlie Mr. I .w lIA--. t
vaist 4'~ jwiricue' li4-leaotik% hI~el e'I ccittetn lelate4s the e'atlain a11
Wollitands. Alid ti'-a. 1.%ima. 31likis f-1......... 0111 i iI11


A CLEAN COURT RECORD.

Justice Colman Has Not Had Occasion
to Scratch His Book This Year.
"I nIte'\r saw liInI. i lll ln llmy
whole official lift-.' nlild inati ,'dle ) de-
claredl .lJustle (' liiiiat in his office
Wedn lsdi.a. whln'l aI kedl aih)ut thei
condition of ffati r. in his court.
"I'll wapgr that there, 1.i not another
tom n the size. ,f (;aties ll1. or
another district th. zo-.i of may own. In
the State of Florhli, or *'\en in the
South, that can ii hi c.a Iaanetr record
than this court. for I h. a noit had a
single case d l ket-l'l Ill- t ar '
This It .vril.tI:I .t ricnclrkable' rec-
ord, and gow., .a *, ,llitne( of the' norali
natmosphilhi'r. n tI ti -'crtil


I children
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Plumbers Are All Rgyht.
editor Sun: As ncnii, tot thle Iluimnb.
ern seiemn toe hat\o taken a-xreptloin to
A recent article I your l,:i- I in refer.
enIe to the condeltllntlmion t certain
|ilumilin I wish to istat lint I had
no raefe'relnce' to work doiia wmilnic my
appiolnntr'nt an Inu|pector of iilumnibtir
and that the work so 'oalcl'ioileld was
not done by any II('onau.d Ilplinber
now oleratiing It the cltl
'I alin information lI give-in in justice
to the ilunilwrN IIc well na for the
betefit of the general ipeille.
II F, MII.I.KIt, lni.ctor

Meting Library Asseciation.
T're annual mloetlin of the- (ilnlem.
ville 'Public l.lahr Aes itatlont will


Mrs. Read from Cedar Key. IN* htht in the' library room n Ii the (ra
ll v I hi laint block kI s1t Maiun utr'etl his
Shn lad! \MI Inlh' I1'(,.l, who
wi i ,i. tiTh rmita t lernariii ni .f i n 'l k All
wlh"as ( t1a h n i .e1 a ilia a atalte r ilr
Jltcktl i ll l, l t i th osr, l o ulfti, l--** til l nt ni 'r
Sf ithe i lit' i 'iH it-lii ili ut rgeid Is, ts w
w as r )uH'i ,I 'l I '", \l,.r,> ol, l fast
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EIrifJO v -BiuUp Southern Arg t~ll t .he
Se Poos08 Oe s nesvilne. ria.. oooa ae an able editorial,' ages in
sss eesoaa tefatibr (favrer of the holding of a State con-
1 vention for the purpose of declaring a
r .IS. MYCOC AIY...... ditorand Pubilber. platform for the party In Florida.
;*%o Z.fURT- .............ci, t o. Now If the Argus man bad gone a lit.
L-________--____ tie further and added 'also for thp pur-
S 1. V. PRIWITT f ,utt (.omposnl#lRooL. pose of selecting National and State
S M committeemen, National convention
OFFIC : I'URTEI: nBOC. delegates and Presidential electors,'
itW. Main Street, s. TsL.own I we would heartily be in favor of the
t 1sAr'.v it t'uhblished every morning. Idea. Does this sound undemocratic
t BMmday, dtliveredbv car ler ltba city, or IIn view of the pledge of the party to
1led to any prt of the Ulsted Itahte, pot elect all officers by primary system?
j. for$5 a year J3.So 30 ekoat'u; J1.2s three
S -ath.;oU 1o cents f fie weeko-trtitly in let's analyze the sittation:
gasaoct. "First The Argus goes on to show
.- that the party in this State has made
Reading noticetIn locl column o cents a line no ofcial enunciation of principles
brA tnsertion. and5cents forech additional since the memorable convention of
late'or display advertising made known on 1900 at Jacksonville. IHow can the
ag tis. party enunciate any principles unless
-it do*, io through a convention of
"Ta Twicek-Week Ran 6 an eight-page, forty- s t a c
diasM paper, published every Monday *nd delegates elected by the people? Can
thimey, and contashu all the news of the the executive committee act for the
g*0, locl, State and general, and will be party In such a matter? Cleady we
S1 1 postage free, to any rirt of the United think not. Is the platform of the suc-
. / f or Caleudlfurf I.oa year-.ia advance,
isor Cn a ce. cessful candidate for Governor to be
advrwtislag bills become due after fnrt accepted as the platform of the democ-
app-msa of advertlement, unless otberwile racy of the State? It might be argued
A in etrs art not owyf to u that a the successful candidate for
I A dd, O DAIZ YUNY G governor received a majority of all
SOAusvuau. hiA. the Democratic votes cast in the elee-
S- --- ............. ... -" tion the platform of this particular
Store news that has "purse-laterest" candidate should be binding upon the
S or people will make a convinolng and people. If it is binding on the people
pullingg" advertisement in The Sun. then It ought, by any proceep of
-reasoning sought, be binding upon
The activity of the protectlve-larlff every member elected to the Legisla-
mea Is an Infallible barometer tLat a ture during the four years' tenure of
National campaign will soon be "In office of this particular Governor, and
ear midst" those bodies should enact into law
every plank In the Governor's plat-
The best "bargalni" to be had In form upon whlch he went before the
I y of the stores are always adver. people, and upon which he was elect.
Se d In The Sun-and ad.-readers are ed. If this is what the people mean
th' only people who can keep by a platform then we have nothing
S"Moted." more to say, except that the l4st two
legislatures have been derelict In
S W. W. Finley, president of the their dty.
; southern Railway, expects the busl- "The other reason for the holding of
amS of his railroad to recover rapidly. a tate convention is almost as tron
II, why not? The crops of the Four years ago the ticket was so
Vidl whynotThe crops of the1--&L&A---0


b th are great, and the consumers
a/ ready to consume.

Italian cruiser at Rio gave Evans a
Vtiedmiral's salute; he left Hampton
rads a rear-admiral; at the same
I ab N he should set an admiral's salute
S a Callo, and the President'M full
S uota of guns when he reaches San
i ,mnSoco.

0ol. C. L. Wlslon of Marlanna is a
Sdidate for State Attorney of the
P aseola circuit. Ceph Wilson is one
St the brightest lawyers in Florida,
S ld the people will honor themselves
/ to electing him to any omtee to which
he aspires. o

Justice Zetrou'r, at ltcb'slle, has


long tnat In some or me precmct or
the State It kept the Inspectors at
work for several days checking and
counting the ballots. In addition to
all the 8tate and county offers there
will be candidates for one member of
the National executive committee, ten
delegates to the National conventlop,
and candidates for members of the
State executive committee and Presi-
dential electors. If all of these were
elected by a State convention It would
reduce the sis of the ticket In this
year's primary considerable.
"Uut aside from the consideration of
the reduction of the length of the
ticket there is every reason why the
delegates to the National convention
should be elected In a State convey -
tion. If Mr. Bryan Is the choice of
a malnrltv of thea i.m nl f IlnPoridla


ee making It warm for law.breaker aI r yed through the" d, r IateI Imi
expressed through the* detegates in
oIn that section latey Iy Imtpoleng couIvellhtion asnembled, theit he should
om er t carryhavt the solid support of the dele-
tag and (ii.orderly cotutrct arc the
and ord nation front this Btate. With the dele-
princlpal charges, brought Ibfore him. con tion eect n the
-Liv Onk Itates to the convention elected in the
-.lv' Oak Il'miorat. primary Iryan delegates may wlIt In
~r~Itary t thte first and second Congressional dli-
S Secretary Taft luhu ll c~l esf that hke tricts and from among those who are
favors one >iuillreld aBidtl(ti foot t ockks
for the IPa amna t'Atn. h eiio.use they I cllidate from the State at large.
and Johnson. (r le'arrt. or llarnion
will INrmlt the, I'a.'avel f the, wldetl on
I delegates front the third ('cngreseloual
of hendi. t h ,tit li ta' ilntlhm h.r district T'hu Mr. Itrynn would be
tends t to intit el nii I1o?'Ilt' conleirt on i
hls next t'rip n,,ndi the earth. tit off from two vote* that h* .honuld.
hy rall the reaaolunxl of l ,,nlHratlce
nirul herrtoforpe I.h titled to, and
e tn t t .l e this notwithhtlldinig the fact that hil
,the sry f thi d, d'itMl' from the State' itt lrItrg
aady Ln It a \', ,,rk tHlnl eudy, i a N nrk tleamlt-r bx nht hat earrithl the Sttt t by an
would NUltv.K *(t tie inlll00. 11i1in l of a
woul Ug t tI,, ltth I. IllOi of Ot of4 t o or thrte to onil'.
pri y wil l'lt il>.l.(lh .. i.. i- imn- allt l I10 ".. 1on IS SOll to h t i MW
5 i t l "Snit'iti' is gulug to ltoh IIII now
qlulry Illk illahtill c Iia, Ir, c(i oll tolage and s) that if we C nlllopti to the hold-
a|liratlhoM oi1 thhe pnt of eiiiineoiie, .
S..t o i lit o(f nnothtr StSate, convention, Ino
l,'l h matter for what puriiose. that it will
_Natie Ntu1 h. .. ie *11e' ti0e' tliman (i of abolishltg the' prt.
Thnt hl \Wat.terhol. tui thI. tchalI.c of
i lel ti tihall it 'ol, ,i. i tlt d have mnnry. lit ht this eI not so. the Irrl-
lost him tkalat 1 t "t ilajority mary ,a oilly be aibollshed tv a
wasi redutire-d tl 'o tI .'it 1 iand the "
M rg strathmt of thle ,rith.r in Mblack" ST81ATI or (tll', <'TV or Tot.io, .
was wanore t wDasly amorttuI u -rshl J L'henrIv )akes asth that
ly anr he Isa ,sior t'nrtne'r of the firm of r.
J. Cheatse A .' d'l n.: business In the
And now the N.' .,il tI., .turrL city of Tolh-,l co,uint, a r tatte afor-
after all Cdlndis th h. I. Al, t a. slaid. and that NmiJ firm will pay the
tgivn toUerntr l.k ,, i,..enty um of O, e I luin,' ed LA lar.s fur erch
requots thee 'l'>v.>l, ,' I k,, I' th1 I and overtr % a t'o i, '-'rh Ihat cazttOt
troOi l l i tiodfied n It I .f 'it t cui rd ,l' i .,t, Iall.. ('. tarrh
Indgllant t dordr fr thei t !th.l:ial ta'ure t lK J. Cl:\FKY
Th I' tpre tmun tht mi of th' It I .kt,'Cr1 w'1lr4. i, ', h. ,' I! ",, rrlb .d
-rrta tlly i.hould iItrt 'm ,* 1t tt ;,' i -. t l, bi b *! '.t trt -
cnil.,r A 11 1- A. h \ tI.iASotN.
\I A IS halan. a nur.sr' Iitsn ll Ma eI ISot ) N, rv it.ll c
S C,,' ..llly. I> rtri tgl An appleil tut l. tala Cttrrh '>rr i I t ta t t lte ru
1 t4,. haa Iprodutr d a ai ih)le oIf ally, atid ets, dirr.t o ,In thoe hlid and
S* t l TlNor and enttiri. frIe of m4Iuitun url ut'a" of th1 1 s.tt.U. Sead
i1t .Ire s, Mai to th*. arull in for titlmODlouil. trtI .
I.-I+ ualuatle ir, t The P.J. CHIKNKY A CO. Toled,.O.
"I ., Ptlrida s*il and ell Sld by all druggists. iTe.
nmat ;., ,.t .l-annng to he 3e.,- Take Hallr Faially Pills for cot% U t
l t, '' at Iatti .


to a=lM
vote, b rbe woald be little doubt
Sas to thle.n slt of such a move.
"The Wnlaeng News thinks well of
the suggeston of holding a State con-
vention, andhopes that the State
executive committee, which by the
way Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher is go-
lng to call together some time this
sprhAg, will take up and consider this
matter."

THE NIGHT RIDERS.

The tobacco war in Kentucky hasS mmCU E
been complicated by the Society of 5 l .
Equity resolving that "The night rid-
ers are common criminals, and the m ANAd duvsa sut P si$.
worst enemies of the association, and
that the statement of Governor Wilson PNrtRATLI the Pores, one, the e Mo l 1m po, .
that the society is responsible for re-o of the oodgivi the
cent ralds on tobacco grower is ut-
terly Without foundation." The "night
riders" ae said to have very general-
ly supported the Republican ticket at
the last election, and it will be an un OF
comfortable political job for the new W.S.Witi, 9. ?Vinete W110O
Republican Governor tb preserve order wifehad beenkaArl a at n Wit0-1 ` L
and enforce the law. Ibr am, Wm I ai r d i

Determined to make a fortune at rap~ im. ItU do" d MW4r
one full swoop, a prominent citizen of MT m Upow 0N amr o3_
Tamps is ndeavorlng to secure space llFUS ALL 41MWtM
at the fair for the greatest show on TH s 3543 NO 10
earth. He hopes to engage Col. Rob-BR TO SNOW LININ T CO
ert McNasee and Mrs. Carrie NationLO IL
for three date on the liquor question.
morning, noon and night charging one
dollar for each admission. The gentle-
man figures that after meeting all ex-
pensm, he will make not les than W" O. J 1OIK.SCON
0176,000 on the deal. Carrie Nation,
with her hatchet, and Robert Mc- r
Namee, with his overooat, would make
the strongest drawing card In history
of the amusment world.-Tampa
Tribune,
Tribune. _____Tampa & JacI lI Rally1

Congressman Edwards of Georgia,
a new Democratic member, sys Con. EFFECTIVE FOVEMBIE 10. 1907.
gress is wasting Its time, and Intro-
duced a resolution to fix 9 a. m. for Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
convening instead of 12 o'clock noon. cal points South ... .................. 10:30 a m
This unsophisticated gentleman evi. Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:25 p ID
dently does not understand that the
duty of a Republican Congress is to Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Palatka,
standpat and prevent anything valu- .Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 p m
able from n e. Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ............ 9:20 p m

DO' YOU 0oT UP B. Cutler, Gen. Supt. L. E. Barker, Traffic Mg'r.
WITH A LAM BACgK?
hey lday Ursa k M es you misrble yr
-,-LIVt OAK. tPnRi GUUL mILIU AD.
Almost everybody who reals the newAK
papers is sure to know of the wonderfa'
n cures made by Dr
Kilmer'u Swamp No. I No. N N o. e No. a No.4
I HRoot, the gireaL kid IUr !scOals Do l Des BTATIONS Dea e aOba S*eOn DUiy es
Iney, liver aud blaui ..a a.
dcr rcnicldy. AN PM PM PM PM AN
It is the great med Aaos I*ea Leave Anre A A'. 4 Arrivt
ical triumph of the Yr AI *...... ....ite O ..... 4 o 0
(i8W Ar 109rAati'Down"3 P1 ..... WA841... ai0 1 0111111WLV
nineteenth century v L4O S S e .Dol P* ....rSt ee
dic-overed after vears 1 A1 S S W r .... YMao Jetto ...... 1s .. 1v9 o 0 v
of scientific resarcl A it r s Ar a . PmI
S entinet kidney l .d 0
c1ami~lcr l inaI "I& =UOill I1d1W 1 DOWY Park ifS aJ r at oI from e Uiv oak and POak andd as
blader specialist, u. is Wonldrfull ",et N ae olt.AltfoMa a W to s and P.erry a
.nccctsul il l uon:ptli- curing lame lack, aotSs Wb" .ttee w omr b"wp=_ or ea so 0#rl Pa mscet
aric aCl, cirirrh o the Ilatller and B OP.OPINSier Passere M rms
lrilht's IDiseasr. which is the worst Uv OA. plaia.
forii ti s il, h chie 1ue' __I_,.
D)r. ~lilt'it 3wamp-Root it not ree
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any nIratakr. 'It rreitmitm.r the name.
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N. J. Tibllhnn & Sonu of Palatka
suffered the los of all their season
lumber, buldlingw wharves. etc., by
Ire.
From reports Senator Foraker is the
choice of the RepUblicans of Nassau
county for the Presidential nominal.
tion. I
The equipment of the Tampa fire
department ha recently been aug.
mented by the arrival of a large new
Ire engine.
Application has been made at
Tampa for a receiver for the Tampa-
Havana Lumber Company and Perry
f;. Wall was named.

Bartow, the county seat of Polk
county, boasts of an increase in popu-
stion of 29% per cent in the last
two and a half years.

A new boat line between Brunswick
and Ferandlna I1 assured. A petition
tor a charter has been forwarded to
the Secretary of State of Georgia.

The E. E. Rogers Company is the
same of a new corporation recently
organized in Raleigh. T. J. Cone is
president .pnd E. E, ogers secretary
and treasurer.

"Ten Nights In a Bar-room" was the
next tent to follow the Culpepper's in
Ocala. Rev. Culpepper preached Tues-
day night and the above company
played on the same grounds Wednes
day night. -t----
The Revs. Culpepper, who h:,ve been
conducting revival services in Ocala
lor the past four weeks, claln that
they have 160 converts to Join the
different churches of the city. The
congregations raised $500 for the
exangellits in a snort time.


The Planters' Security Bank. Jen- --
sen, was closed last Friday by the dl-
rectors of the lnatitution pending an
examination of the affairs of the bank.
The State bank examiner has been
investigating Its affairs. The many
friends and depositors will gladly wel-
come the news that It Will again be
ovln for businese.-Fort Pierce Trib-
an.
The transportation men are In see.
sion at Belleair. They will take a
trip to Tarpon Springs, where they
will be entertained with a boat ride I
down the picturesque Anclote river to
the (ulf, where they will be tendered Th
a banquet. From there they proceed T
to St. Petersburg, where they are to
he entertained for a day and then dis- Than
hb: l


Will If. Moody, together .ath a
r"'i'lualion, went into the woods near
~ht, n to ilit some boards. Together
tt*. felled a tree, and In falling a
I.;, froni the tree caught upon and
i.r among the branches of another
A"'r ;t row minutes' wait. thinklii
t', I: rih would soon fall, they went
I' a ,rk. and very soon It did fall.
S'.t warning, striking Mr IMoody
a '*rifl. blow upon his head 'ttiel
'l.l:iltrs crushing his skull and kill
r In :i almost Instantly.


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r NIx young glrls met at Rent
recently and organized a
I .fenders' league. The oh>
il new association Is to care
cirlmal kingdom and Inculcate
to bird and beast. Thelma


:.'s elected preeldent Con-
* r -cretary. Jaquelln Dodge.
and Annie Budd and Kate,
t -fcial committee. The,-
. ,la hope to enlist malty
the noble cauae which thiey
**'.*. thereby greatly incrcc--
'n.irleershpl.-St Augii tine

* \alker died at the r ci
S- otber. Mra. luoA Walk
'nd street Atlanta. ;a ,of
IHe was jut entering hi,
L'ar. and was a student
e was a you nt man of
te1gtty sad a cwl(ilter.t
S. John's Methrtl't
Atlantv. Hi death britain
:'I'** In the act hAt he
ebild f Mrs. Walker
r two Sitors. Mrs Mary
M rn Pale, Oeid their
iintos,, ra., sad moved
.* -i otNh ago. Is erd"r
r* iht have the ee Wt op


t i r. wva a e IpeuliIar ,\r.,ek onl the
A h I.. afternoon t tira n it rda. be-
**1ii1 Rochelle aiil (I. n. illh. T-he
engineer saw two i tllls. Inliie fellows.
In deadly combat btr ~,\i the ralls.
Hie blew for them anld \\s :i .o sure
they would get off the. rack that he
did not slow-up in thIme anl rain Into
then at a speed( of t' \\'et five or
thirty miles an hour I 1ni of the ani-
rnals was killed and rllhed off the
track, while the other \%a. run over.
The engine passed (\,'r him with-
out leaving the track, l u tiht. balance
of the train was d'railhd. andmi dly
smashed. Every car \\as off the track.
the trucks of the l;agag. and 'express
car being undel i;,t No one was seriously injured but
many badly shnketn i1'l The hull was
ground literally Into -aIsIKe., every
car passing over him. ;id the remains
were scattered for two hundred yards.
The Palatka short carried the pas.
sengers from Rochelle to Ocala.

SOFTNIES OF SEALSKIN.

Ib Rivalte by llma. Ham r Where
Dandruff I Eradlete*.
Bealskin ia admired the world over tot
Its softness and glowslness; and yet the
human hair Is equally as roft and gloyr
when healthy; nnd the radlonl cause of all
bdtr trouble Is dandruff, which Is caued
by a pestlferous paraslte that saps the
vitality of the hair at Its root. Newbro's
Herplclde is the only prparpnrtion that In
fatal to the dandruff germ. Without dan.
druff then Ia no falling hair, but a lux-
uriant growth of Iloauy. ft hair Is or-
taln. Scouring the cnnlp won't cure dan-
druff. KUI the dndlruff renrm. Thous-
ands of women owe thelIr beautiful sulte
ot hair to Newhro' l lerplcid. sold by
leading druggist.. Bcnil lOc. In atamAw
to The Herplcidn Co., Detroit, Mckh
Two sies--50 cents and $1.00.
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ULOUISIANA.

Election Te DeOlde Who Shall Be Next
Governor of State.
New Orleans, IA., J:, .-l.oi, '.
ana held Its derecrati ate primary


election cn Tiiesday to
governor of the state
candidates, J. Y. San
lieutenant (roverncr ( f
Theodore S. \Wlk;inlsc
er. The state electi
April.
The primary campail
cause of a special so*:
lature and of two pers,
sta between prominent
the prenmlnary sttl'sI
oode were resorted to
meots were reached.


*.t the uext
e wIere' two
at plreseint
a nnn, and
-''cJr ,lant, i
'i extrass next

' .- 'ceen the
n of the legisa
i::t ,ent rover.
:unti. In whk h
f t.:e dueling
~tlore settle-
The special


be*iMOu of the lOisla. re was CO-3
fronted with rival ref< rinm proclnam.
lions by Governor Blarch!ird and by
lJeutenant Governor S:~a!ers. i'n.
comblued results of these proclama-
tions on the eve of lchction was to
place IJoulelana well lip among the
leaders of southern stato' in corpora-
tion reform legislation .n state many thousands of dollars an
nually hy great reductilons In the rev-
enues of certain political fmcces, print.
ctpal!y in the tax department,
Prohibition, the continuance of horse
racing and more stringmet laws reard*
Ing dealing la cotton futures are
among the problems with which this
campaign has dealt, without, however,
the drawing of sharply defined lines
for or against sch ref rius.

WANT PRIVILiOE TO VOTE.


New York Women Planning Monster
street Parde to Show Strength.
New York, Jan. t-.-New York wo-
men who are interested in obtalaing
for themselves the right to vote are
planning a monster street narade in
order to show their strcnngth.
The recent visit of representatives
of tI:e "militant suffraltts" of Ea-
land has created renewed Interest
among the advoatpe of equal suffrage
In New York and several open air
meetIngs have been hekl In Madleon
Square at which women have spoken
In support of their cause. Ai a gen-
eral meeting to be held arrangements
will be made for the parade which is
In contemplation.
It sl hoped to have a very large
turn out of womea to parade through
the principal street bearing banners
annooneing their principles In the hope
that this may be the means of Inter-
esting more women In the campaign
and showing men that the women are
determined In their efforts to secure
equality before the law.


Why
Should your baby suffer? When he
Is fretul and retless, don't expert-
ment on him and use any old thing
our negbor roeommemds. luy a
bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge.
greatet known worm medicine and
eure for oblldre's diseases. It ia mild
In Its aCtlon, blMs up the system,
makes thin, puny babies fat Mrs. J,
C. Smith. Tampa, la.. writes: "My
baby was thin and sickly, could not
retans ita food and cried all night
I used one bottle of White's Cream
Vermlfuge and In a few days baby wan
laughing, happy and well." Sold by
W. W. Johnson.

Granted a Sick Leave.
P'*kln. Jan 2 --T -, ,int an In
perlal raesrlpt isau,.I HIr i 4jbrt
liart. Inspl tonr g.-neral of the. (ril
noCw rustItis ,-.lIre. be bequin the
transfer of his chntlel (, lU. r Hobhe
Ireode, n. the vice In'pic-tor general
The recrlipt In rer, toniflB o1f MI,
Hoihrt Ilart's l(,g, ene r elr an't u '
cemful term of oalie grants him a
yefr's rick leatv atd enteiras poe hmll'
rank equal to that of th- preel4af of
the foreign btard.

YeOng Men Cemmeslte hleis.
NsahIUee, Toea. Jar to --WI
llam Caidwell, aged S. se of James
M ('alvwetl. presldet of S Ot


men's.
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"I was a to;al wreck," writes Mrs. Beulah
Ri \\ !i'V, of Chamlrlneg, Oregon, "from pains I had
S;::f'?rkd, for 4 years, every month. Sometimes I
wv,,U be unconscIOus for 12 hours at a stretch. I
did not know that anything could stop the pain
:it irl\ y. but Wine of Cardui did. I advise all
W\m11 ,n suffering with painful periods to use Car-
dai and ei r relieved."

It does this by regulating the functions and
toning up all the Internal female organs to health.
It is a pure, specific, reliable, female remedy, with


a record of 70 years of
success. It has bene-
fited a million others.
Why not you? Try it.


Sold by Every Dru~ist an $1.00 Bottles.


BOTTLED...






IS ALWAYS ABSOLUTELY PURE


Look for the Coca-Cola Crown and Label ald ou gma
guarantee the best drink of Coca-Cola obtinahb The
proportonte ingredient are always exactly corret, In
surngl you a rood, uniform drink all the tie; so over
sweetenng, under carbonating or poor mixing to contend
with. Call for the bottled product always, and kp your
refrigerator stocked, Iotted and guaranteed by the

Scksonville Coca-Co Bottling Co.
I JACKSONVILLE, FIA


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Soft Drinks of All Kinds

?v iAw- I's 1. 11 ''A f f $! ''l I t' ll I llf .ii Bre W. I sirgm tn tl ki)-.I w or I 1eir.
f i Iris-rs r',wt 'je ry ss, ta'i m ul af will latis 1 ..s, i ) A sI n to a'u
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tw'-pey. t Cowmitled s eulsd at tuI Go So MERCHANT&t (;,
tee *.n-r of his fatber. n-ar el tscity, owle r aOn d Jbe t
by abiwAts hivsa.'tf wItb a tvelverua
Ye'I' (i'aleC~Us m)lii was uhai
m~~la i'M *Uo MZ4wsSa M
18h oplS and Fancy Gro n
sake arim"W hd mw -llbI I

so.ak. the bom and 4m't o4rea. icugr m l p o t e *% pao *p owP (Abose;. Sd etheo tOk dse.


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bhebteaMede kWO&Schoice.
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Tork, Jan. 29.-It is reported 4
gorrge C. Haven, president 01of
.tropolitan Opera and Real P 1
ObOpany, Is very Ill of poeatsmoil
lp New York home. Mr. HtavA
past seventy years old and I weU
W3 in society and in AnanleSl W ci.


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*i." . 0" l o w
Had iMoney In broken Iikl-na principles etr
Rome, Ga., Jan. 29.-'hle city of tive forest roo by aset W
eai*o hasu $1IM0J tha Nationsl wral l with Dr. ad t
bl ak of Nrth A im hierol ii ~ i aum o fl ldrop aboI. Wu a mam
medaoy. It I. qseOtod tha t e. I s i a tra r gr bo
money was eat tere about Jasa. I native virtue rMidgl oh
r Ie pureo oE ,it,1 p f O t n ,plyed, b thes admi toei
relbrhg bonds C a thor o of RI fe frm the object toft
b emfonap t pete dG 1
Soholts beverage or baMlI'$ rtodl
Ch I Burned to DOoat. dpAL IS the formak i =mir
Btagollle, Ala.. Jas. 9.--Deatl oowrappers-tho samoe r taJmw
ONMb, the eirt-year-old soa of Jobs Dr. Pas, do will da- tha
A olde Medical UlneoreryT" IV ea
W. Crabb, of Lowevrile, wau burnd ood-p" rr, -o8aW tat G&l.d
to eath Monday. he chIr's loth uaolor-ithe medicine whidek who
tlg was IWlited while he played at aa reeoamanded to eobeumt Ite It
Mp fireplace. adseMS tagesUo r0IsO5ls dboha
S- et dow m* a thoe estarthal idI
Fight at an election. iou of had ad d throt we
New Orleans, La., Jan. 3S.-AO the< I nd br e tlubl w
result of an eleotlo row here at on0e 4 airsnan
of tho polling ploeC, Cabal and B4I d
4In strets, Josepb O. Betasoalaa *
ot b twice br charles Prdos. OA ARfAmtds0p.


oUIa may prove fWtal.
Injured In Train Crash.
Maeon, Ga., Jan. 29.-Two freIght
itrlas on the Atlanta divslon of thE
Central of Georgia raltway olitded
Sear Mpsarr's staton abortly after 1
b'oelk Tuemad moslora. Several l
Sthe trala crew m eInjared.

Per the Pert of Chattrtoeoa.
Wasblantof, Jan. 2.-I be houN
She pamed a bUI extending to the po1l
Mf Obattanmeat, Toan., the prtvileg0
of liaediato tranesortattoa orf ut.
able ierchan4tlo witho-'. payment od
uty. ..- -
A Teush ef Valty.
On Nov. 25-8t. Catherine's day-
Ires b girl who ,have pamed their
tweaty*fth birthday and are uurbir
lid wear i Uttl cap made of Re mua.
ll, the symbol of maidhood. As th
day approacbee tb e a Uls ry shop
Show thee capse a great quantities
ud tboir manufacture by you#ag iri
b 6Iwaysm ccoampasld by j k at th
t-ee of old maidal but, strags to
the o cape, bemaue they av be.
4etlta to all, are won oa st. Otelt'
ne day by you g grtl au well as by
'd4 maid__s.
Carrie Natte
Certainly maAbed a- hole to the
baseooma of Kansas, but Ballard'
M oehound Syrup has s"eahed all ri
ore Ma a atro tor cougha. broaewbl
laltenus and all pulmonary disames.
T.. IC. -. lurton, Kausa,. write:
"I have never found a medicine that
would cure a cruih so quickly as Bal
lard's liorvhnund Syrup. I have used
It for )Ptrs." Sold by W. M. Johnsou.




...OM Say, OF ...

Saturday, Feb. I


VOELCKEL i NLANI'


DIXIE


V) 4 ,INSTRELS


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Imprvemenof

By John M. Sott, of Florida Al


The report of the Commssioner
gives as the total number of oAen and
1906, 708,078, and those cattle were va
over $7 a head. The same report st
grad battle a follows: Herefords, U
deon-4ngus, 13; making a total of 8.
little over $34 a head. Thee figaroe
and so the datry breeds are not rek


GAIN BY GR&DDIN


o*poIro& T1C
Dr. Pierce's md
Ich print every e d
hem upon the boUt l
IU orrectness fidt b,
Ig In Ifavor, Thl e
Piirce$ mmdlOlaI "


A native three-year-old steer off grae weighs about 600 pounds, and
would yield about 240 pounds of dresed meat worth 6 oats a pound, makt
Ins Its value $14.40. A grade threo.ye-odo atqsr weighs about 800 pounds
and would dress 450 pounds, whloLst 6 oeats a pound is worth 1$7.00.
Thus there is a difference In value of about $12.60 per head In favor of
grade cattle at the present local market price of meat. I we take the Baa
tern market for a guide we find that the grade steer commands at least one
cent a pound more than the native. At the price then of 7 cents per
poutd, ia three-year.old grade steer will sell for more than double the sum
that a nntivc would fetch.
COST OP MAINTAINING.
Th*e grade herd will tIrhaps cost 25 per (cent. more to keep than the
iatlve hirdt, fur a raige that would support 100 head of native cattle can
only nuplKirt about 75 head of grade cattle. This In due to the grade being
i. larger animal. and hence requiring more food for malotainlig aud build-
Iln ulp I tsady. just as a Large horse requires inore hod than a pony.
That it costs nmore to rMi., a grade steer Is no argumtet In favor of
h. wir.,l vve. v'rtcre Ils a profit At i th pri nt tlnie l. keeping the native, but
utrre itn a ltr,,r e irUit in th grade. After detuctinlg it2 per tent. for the
xrlntcr cout (of kr'lpluK,. the P lute ~t the grade is still nearly double that
of the nl ttiv'.
:.bU oFR astTKa CATTLE.
orwe of, the(r .lt rcnst nin for imnprotvlnu our 'cattle is that we might thus
IMt, ,na.lhledl to I)rwilur'*' itoulih tbe'f to fully mUisplv our home demand. By
hst,.r' dIn',iMaud t, nioan t.he Ieef ron ttimel thin the State of Florida. As
at11l4-i0l0 tated the' rad te ster iprotwli csnearly double as many pounds of
twif. ailld Itwf of a (twttr quality than dox-s the native. If Porlda produced
all tIU ownl meatt Itself, this would tilnan the kteepng at home of several
htilt.-d thioni'sands of ,iollArr eacth yar, blich would then be paid over
.i th sto k faurniu rr of ti'he Slta -


What a Wesesm Says:
Singleton-I want to ak yeO a que.
tlo, old man. W aI y-O-Com om
with It L S~I -too-mo- womaQ al-
way mean what she ay? Wedder-
ly-During coartship ash doesn't, but
after marriage you bet she does.-Chl
cago News.
Sounds P*eelbb, hut Net Likely.
"I've tbouht of a morel effect for
my new melodrama."
"What Is It?"
"The villain lights a Ugar during the
snowtorm, thus setlng the snowstorm
aire."--Wsblgtoo Beatld.


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and PIctUreFS

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Prl em 50 and 7$. Seats
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SAVE well
Iv Ittipiki Y~,-ur 80ItItK l (u

dEYSE BrElk
14--ol 1 ,.. at. T. ytv a g( t'r

Fur years s 1 have be" 6I4 I
Sakinof ef hha.drkf tof aw 4
r Art VO e0 the N&I t W
it's r~nor tee 14%


I~rI(,o~Eo IItlO"I' INc' RfiAME )IK'l aTIlI)
30 It,, 4 tol.. l 's. or rto .o.tiaIupnleo .lpwI wluk o f Thedairy brvdp wsith rm
.- k .:1 .1 too Ibev' I 'hu i.p k i1 s.' a ITIhe% ss t htne w i bU t of sAn. the
1I'.4011I' '' 1; 1,011111it iu. Moor. ntw t 1-1k. A 11 cr verva. rib, all of whih uar so
1l I lin.1 IIof a Itt aisi a it as -s.d f ltw Lt woio he bee md atee makes its in-
t rqI, .:, ,v ivit I, t hr It,, ts 11 .11 h ar .lsae .Ie. fo mar 8"t. Theb t lrameof
tit.. wu-si . I~. -mas id mI ia' arimis. andi though a lbu it is fattened It tusk., aa
ir ri Pba4y guel x t91111% .'h i %011t. I".'t tho gate 0misn'ade lIII thes parts of the body that
ars (if wi mI' f,, %m isit, n .the (at aroutad tahe IdrMys &ad vlocra. The
on sale Ai s'tiat wA,-i ti.' hgain in *eight is Ibn auslmb Cu. uercb s an the ue.


,'~rt ~,~.ir~I!, i Ist a it rll!the wo%t j'rvfitflh!o.


6 1 FheleIwai i sit- ofalutic to 1griduictil) 'itnot diffiftt. rU ft inc Ia
ls'wt5ilt In'tn! I- the aeirtehka 'f a gWa i sir. The rho siw aw per'a .
lied al IkInimAl .-( t'r Ofl the twc! btrd" al it snt Ipradmwod froIm a mros or
mixturvl' of two"f,
lb.'he us-al .hjex'ctits %lIIIP lst' of'at ufa ~nrebred mire. This maybe
$14, 41 $(V 45 1rUet* Ihi dMP ,e-. I ga n-l priC, 10 Oft b hO 1Is&CCu to
tA parv-ha.a a saitUa bulI f.' ::,
It a farverivah" a bhmrA kit fift) roise tht- cr'adY~of the or"t lM
Spa of v-aies, tmuW lou* -asu p a'f torthe wvh"d I. fpase that the
rllot .A of calvre tnr the. Mur,@brvd "4r tiumbre s'ty. At the d of
lI 'e tkiir % arv th t gain in ."lise wt, o 'er natvl e & wqm ldbe
FWthasm Of rt Of t. tbe CoM f the s*r's ThisIlWM so of 01 usetr
UOR the youajer cab ee. ft d supposesthAt all m a ni h eL ,W I&
MIOMS th heter. a w l be ftaIed t l ro bolt


Finest Old WhMIskie

G(00f) WHISXEY-that IL% ofcditilled from taaweino of
Sawt Sl 5rw d psin and pam watri, is immhls a'* ble
and sO kaesl rstngbci rge
mr ait m OW Md*W 17UA-1 (C1 II
-odglwsreh Pes d
y nr saquailtd g~wu.at....
%* O twe Mrinrltand foW vd ,wM go im o
11 a ftwotriled In ouar WW%%kL. 46 m a g
rla ,r-~Plb mad murm wII-
minus rn atrtest i tl factl

LXPftSS PRIPAID
Fpe no quaata (is OW).
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The Story a Pllin e by Peter
Peter the foat partIclarly delight- "
e4 In drawtsl'eth, and e strictly Wien a t few
jloond We itio68isthen lo an.
enoin ssnts oto mend for h imat. ISte a of 5
when anythLn of that sort wars to be ied.rI 5 boo _h
done. Oe day hib favorite valet do long line f ca e w of blo a$ y
chambre mesme very melancholy. h n the tretmentn such
car asked ha* What was the matter. h most tmycro 0,iP seI d esi
"Oh, your *asty," ad the CAtarro s I
"my wife t ft ring the att ag- dte to




M that w A. not sufern dat relavigorst Ala
a m ib the b matter w dinsodes, boo he
refuses 1O r the tooth taken ou system i s bs




m tast s wshe valet he rinat- n ertib 0a bark
m aa--" i th m aor r utt booThe Bme di f l *d lur t LiqU Nltt ,
Buye e~Itng tr cotai Th rlie h te Ice n al e
t I et nod hwno b, ai d b ta prts of the a ud may b us Wed t lts
o. herbefaddhand,"sidnthe pand perfect WI asd by lder eole. .
.t ot a .Io.te. x ta Ry. . orty
Aad t plled out d tr ltod- versy of sucastesrho.. .I you ae m a rbr any
ested tooia an M deterthb S ,ba d at se begin the usd 8. 8., write our M W l.d you
pha wmae ~drgom th ato hus d a book concern lg your trouble, and w1i It. 1ypecilt
Wht walea"S and lands.tona to d t s medical andvie nhat is lm.6 ....
cover a lit1 *Ss that ..his l.et miclh. 3.h ,
IMed him us. r ecOttoe p.ush ... .
hi wito, whe ba never bad an un- i;*
ond tooth ila rhead-Arg on aut


Is a stosn sad ai lard's Saow T le a an i 0
Wb All to Wo r t de Pld a



Buy t, try it d d yn will always These Pr lqce DO Nt include Ix-, These Priaes hs Epr Charges.
se it. Anybedy who has used Balo press Chargs 'It yfa want us to pre- 4 tqt 12 qts.
lard's bGo Umlmet is a living proof pay add as flloVws: 1 gal 50c, 2 gal. Fqrrest lawn Rye .....$2.15 $ 8.00
of wbiat desi. Buy a bottle. 3be, 75e, 3 gal. 90c, 4 gr. 1. B eeOb and yey ........ 8.00
Sand $L. Sold by W. a John. Per Gallon. ul1y ....,....... 9.o
ms. Extra Star Rye. .. $1.50
donot t W__, t .. ,Exselaior Rye...............1..7 Jim kne Rye..... 4 10.00
Reden Rye ................ 2. Woodord Coty ..,.. 4 10.50
Sstlnd Rye...............e 2.25 Rose Vala .......... 6.00 12.00
Maryhland Mo no rlm........... 2.0 ho 8prings'...... .. h0
omettle Va lley........ .. ... ... 3.00.
ho pr ........... 3.0 I. W. H~ ea ......... l.0G .....
I. W. Harper ............... 3.0 Live Oak ...... ..... 8.00 ....
8olae ... ................. 4.00 Lewis '86 UO0 ...
1ilk Velvet ................... 5.00 Hunter 1......... 00
Malt Whiskey,................2 to 4.005 ane Club........ 6.00
eorga Cor ................. 1.50 ......
prlouitul' Experiment Statiar. Tennessee Corn............... .0 an Springs (bottled
i1.il l ll i W. North Caroli Corn.............0 bondL.) ........... . .
CStn e M.wo n......tone o ........ .00 J. e. Pepper.......... 5.
Tom Gin ...................... 50 Du0fty's Malt 4...... 4.00
of Agriculturn (Hon. B. E. Meon), Holland Gin .............$1.0 to .00 Amerdcan Mau ....... 5.00
I stock eattli a lorlda on July 1, New England Rumn...,...$1.75 to 2.50 .50
Cosnac, Peach, Apple, Apricot, l.arol v aeS r (ba..... 8tl ...
hlued at $41?$9,187, which Is a little Blackbery and Dman. Bra.n- Stoe M aQIn.D. Corn.... .0
as h mber of purebred d ...... ..........1.0 to 8.00 Gopher GL. T ....i.. ...
8; hborthle, 8; Devooas, 88; Aber- berry Wl ............. to .00' t Phophat ......... .00 ....
4, and valued at $17.519, averagilnl a ANH t W SERS--.odwoeoer plate, 10 dinem, pe Csk..h12.00
do not in.lude cows kept for milk, Lor e i g ... .................................. 1.50
oecd In. I ld nt l .NwEgln".m...."17.o2 8.5
Aa$e78wcs i Bs Tampa La Puma UklnerBel Otorn Henry
e-vTp CArh. Ge rr yg.. Sd aes WrITE P R RIST .....
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& n .o t r t.
Cs a ffregag f 5W trial.
T '-IY1e Mas. Beatrice
Tk, oft T'rre Haonte, n
the foertal by which It is
ebahe m ,- to kill the late
gaanlt ot> 1 Walsh's law.
yer, iPg iPL^. point supporting
(he Od4aW 4Sb iai a new trial.
Is Death.
bwyev -M!,WIsIs ha Pastoed
a bill prr t aity or
1{e ifmprttl lr Wtempted rape.,
ebe puaUllt to la within the dls-
reto M TlW- 'br plao at-
tapted tt & sam *aa elu witb
bo"er, aBoi tlo Healmum pun-
Ithment s! b ye isi 3a. The bill
pased wv~fe t o yotdtieo.
*nrTtMt D ktill Prtelt.e
KahnM' H;, M. & 3u. CT.--Two
tousa de bt war In attend
dance TuMday at the opening senwio
oa tbi twtIth ual convention of
the BootbwutioS tmiSber's Me ao-
elatoan, wubch8 ls made up of lumber
dealers aof gt, Kensa, Oklabo
as atd A1 bI ru
g1 *gg -
Of living h i hae ood health.
Ue Hertre LI will have babsh
eto of 3u.- #'H dnot be blue.,
retfal 4d ,a "bt bad taste in
your der irV e botoW of erbMu,
a poetiveo -S raFll tlvr oomplalnta.
Ps. lHamU Aant write*: "I
Uveo tmd Mo toC over a yerr,
"adUonm4Ms rqto atoer. gladly
reOommead t ,Is a meodcie for.
lre or* w VW o 810 V". b. Joabu
a m u W .


or Cou

and Cods

Nearly all other Cough Crne are
constipating, epecially those cono
taningopkiss. Kennedy'sLarative
Cough Syrup moves the bowels.
Contains --no kes.


Kennedy's

Laxatlive

Co01 Syrup



"A Cold or a Cough nearly always
produce constipation-the water all
run to the eyes, nose and throat In.
stead of passing out of the system
through the liver and kidneys. For
want of moisture the bowels becam
dry and ard"
Kennedy's Laative Cough Syrup
relieves Colds by working them out
of the system through a copioe
as a QI thWe bowel.








Orange Heights No. 38, $36.05; Alile
Striokland, Windsor No. 45, $30.90;
W. H. Main, High Springs No. ,47,
$72.10; Elale V. Smith. No. 47, $41.20;
Pearl Ware. No. 47,$41.20; Emily Mc-
Auley, High LSpriLs, No. 47. $41.20;
h.. L. Price. Hague No. 48. $46.85;
Marion Kerr, CanitlIille No. 50. 136.05;
Ava Thomas, Cleveland No. 06. $36.05;.
W. F. King. Wacaboota No. 71. $36.06;
Mar1e Mann, Newberry No. 73., 1.50;
Lula Vause, No. 73. $27.04:; Ainl Dud.
ley No. 73. 89.02; Dionia Ford. Cooter
Pond No. 80, $3605; Mrs. C. Pear-
son, Dutton No. 90. $41.20; Rita Clark.




62. $36.06: 0 Mrs. . Tillman. Roll.
ong Bluff No. 83, $36.06; R1Ibl Tpa,
Wllf9ord No $3. $30.90; Clara Tbom as


Finanoti I6 r oarf PuT ru Bloomsdale No. 32. 830.90; Annie
I Ceinty, Goynn, Hickory Hill No. 59. $30.90;
gaaH Jessie Barra. Cannon No. 36. $34.08;
jgs Alice Vause. Rochelle No. 3. $80.90;
' lara Crosby, Montocha No. 37. 13.06;
o H. I. ~ R- lmma L. (race. Perseverance No. 43.
CourtA M. e. CerFlo Circuit d $30.90; Hattle Milll. Paradise No. .2,
Court AlsAma Cosnty. Florlda.
SIR- Im with n $30.90; ula Latlmer, Stok.s No. 4,.
CIR- 4-UI ws lt of etion w $41.20; J. I.. Jone.. liochelle No. 3.
yp fb "i yo d o$61.80: Jennie M (Crane. Orove Park
hereby fle With yo the lollowS No. G. 53, r. Ir,.retl st. Clair. Tv.
Itemlsd 5Sl-e OI the moneyr- ,
solved ma tem et and warrants ler No. 92. $: a,. allied J. HioWe
Ssuled durlr gS o e ldn Jn Loulse (2 mos. S r. 1: ; W. 8. aw.
ssed 7d 1oot enl a-thon Galne-.vllhl. No) 2. ,154.50;: OJu
ary 7, 103: .slte Miller., No *;t; $6 S:; er~ea
Treasure'i bl-rtDec. 31, 1907. Shannon. No : ., 2:'.: lilen Wal.
Iali last reprt ............$2.017.28 lace. No 2; '* .':. Annie ) aCoeta.
\ 1. D. DIJdOma Col. ...... 1,583.14 No. 26. .l; ::' Mr c ('off-y. No.
-omp't'r. re i~g p i~oms, Feb- 26. $44 -'.*, E illth tiiin o N,. 24 ,S : ;
rtary, 1907 .;............. 143.89 eIollqI Care r \ ; t:l1 Cylla
('onml,'t'r. rad. Mar., Kennedv. No" s: ".: Julia Ken-
1!)7 ...... ......... 193.39 tf dy. t : SI' '"' lorence 1 1.
S'lpt Hligh k r .......... 210.00 No. 26. $S; '. I''al 1ancrhe, No 26.
P'lpt's. exart g ~r f i ...... 33.00 > ., T,. !i ,*." .,
sui t. Rocky HUll.......... 17..0 Negro Teachers.
ult Hico Lo ................. 15.00 F 1,,!. ,,, Anh, y ,
Su4't. Alacb ................ 40.00 ,.I.\ ,1. $10. I,.
P l . . .) j. ,: 1 I ('J $4ll.2l"
Poll ...................... 134.00 Amy I. ,- S t .* :
-- p. ray. N', I $1 :'''" ('hrtitlaa Art-
4.3.0 ,, 1 .. l:,in P Willaissa.
I'a 'arraztB laadered... 4.29.3 NoI. I". '. p 1,:. K Hill. No I.
Laa ...10 9 K lb ill an.m. N ' I, $34 0, i
1 alan11 .. 96 ..-..... 9647 .. .._ I . I. V (1.9 4 jm.y


Hal last rep .............. 723.24
Co~l ( .t .. .....................611.79
UPI' Havembs ............ 11.6
01,34393
%arraft Ouemer 3d... 819.95

l'alaae ........$ 1.43.

WAMsrU" USUW.
wbf w ooks
Mr id.ramolm khamha .o.
e,- I NA. J. No.
uI.16 1l'jli;----- E 8
a. it anwr so
'1. K8i,; ~ILU[i ane.is
1 4, sogti ts" 03.


t !Ywj ?45b kr, *66*4


W .. : .-.................. 5 4
Speetal Tan Dnltruct--T-ehre'

J. L Jones. Rochello No. .1&45;
AllcelVass. No. 3. 1.:i0; Mrs P. M
Tro dwell. Pairbanks No. ,. $20; Sait-
er Blanton, Archer No. 10, Mli.76;
ary Derkstreser. I,. $10.1030;
F. M. Patters O. Gn,,y No,. 11. P$;
0. M. Pltteron. No, II. $10; Annie
Oollins, Mianopy No. 1.. $5.15; Clara
malth. No. 16, 8.16: Ella rFuqu, Loeh.
ooam No. 2 ; R. It. Montgomerw
Orange Heights No. 3. $10; Balle J.
Holeon, Loale No. 4'. $2o0.60; R. L.
Qrae, PeraeveYaee No. 43, $10; Alice
Strckland, Wtadsor No. 4.5. $10; E.
L Prioe, Haue No, 4~. $S3: Marion
Kerr. Campville No. 50. $20.60; M. A.
MeoRa. EviaL t No. $.15; Marie
A. ManA, Newbery No 73. $26; Lula
Vause, No. 7. $11.J6; Annie Dudley.
No. 7. $3.75; mthel Tyner, Williford
No. 88, $10. Total., $21:r.45.
Special Distriot-Sundrie.
Baird Hardware Cotpany. Fair.
banks No. B. 60 ceats; T. R. Itrnett,
aCroese No. 8, $3; J. I.. Townsend.
Godwin No. O2, $1&.4: W. O. Tison,
Waldo No. 24. 75; Phoebe March. No.
3,8 U0; D. 0. Rdward, No. 26, T7;
A. J. Vidal. No. 1S. 75 cents; Baird
Hardware Co., No. 26, $1; T. E. D-
Bome No. 21. $41L40; J. H. Jarvis, No.
6, $; Pint Natkonal Rank. No. H,
$789.08; J. U. Pmoell. High Sprlngs
No. 47. $40; BaIrd Hardware Coen.
aony, Camnpwlllo No. 60, 11.86; Eddins
Manufaeturlna Oo., No. 50. $8; J. R.
Ieoma.' Wletord No. 8s. $9. Total
108.83


AttUt:
gapt


aR B. WIR Oha. 8. P. I.
J. I KMOL t., 8I. and


aioi


DaVVRI 3 MOIRIM,


S ...*.DENTIST....

OMee over OSatevllle National Bank.

Dm J&PhtML&e PE00.
T)B. ALDEAMAN A PEAROE.


2 0 T I T8.


00w o vw fts & Gee. haS
ftsolel If~ t Gohmouvift


T, B. EZIun, SJ.,

ATTQRIOXT.AT.LA&W,




BA13 Y MATHIWON A BAXTER
ATFORIIITSAT-1LAW9
0* SOLICITOU11 II CNHAMRRY.

GAU3ICOVILL3. ALWbuw VFLA.
0. N" ilsgmane I xwb.

FIRDI WARD DAYEr,
A?1'ORMTl4 AT LAW,
I)atsvL ,


I ma tioll .o tare ,preuL. IIna.
l.is *f whlSatto efJEc w. It
A VA 7MPLICC,3
ATTOuWNY AT LAW
Lad dolblelor is 3swig
Ite sIaN", O.Wpa r aaid .A
prof Prooll. All buusuMw peso
8w"w" w.ONE"mos t zI 4mw


1 'aMI mi$. Minie C IEAWN CLAIM W150. W.KA
I" r Fanip r- CLARK h FIEVflDING
(Chiron Arv'7 V.I A25. I:'i J jIA
Kicbr'cii"" '~*'.: rnu Lake No, 17.
$j, '?. 1 Ir! .~ Kairmn. Orange

c Sb-rr% 'I 7 "ISo WINlncow% Iama i ns
lampr. NJ* 112" 40tro w

Isrow?: Iuiu. I :. 8ZI. VtM C
rta10c0' 0 W.W 8 %.= 6 4 10001 4 0To
(hi ~. ::omee mur"


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086 r dIT"C


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U'~ R B&I8 1 LrOG8 B~I

Jnceksonvtlle and Now V
Calling as OHARIRXTON 8. 0.. both wvae.
The Fimt s St"umps In the oawbe S


Ulyde New England and 8outbomn
Frtllbt bervi Deie JACKBOK MU *06 Ri*I sad
P'OVIDUOI, aG AU BmSum W;18
GelUnsat (asCrl*Wsa be*h 1108%


tlcthtbooad. .. ti Polr ~of WeahtiIbus JI ,. I


Clv&. St. JhM Uiv aLim
kbetWoor& J AOKUONYILLn 0I0 dSAnVOINI
4oppings as Palasks, Astom, lerafed (Delad),amd Iawmeiiaa. Ls
an at. Job"s3Rigo.
Steamers "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE' ud "I FRED DE SARV'.
are appoingod Wsail to as tollukws Leave JAeUSOIU. dcli loe
batuidaye, 8:30p.m. Retrmialg, leave NWalO, 1
euoc~ps Wlaad*els as lUQ0 a. m. t

ACIUDULK
Leave1:30 P. M .................. JrIU.............aMe #:46 .lf's':
1A&V6 9:00 P. M ................. P~ktk ....... ..... T10116wn,
lea,. 8:00 a.m............... Aeto ................. eave azS j.06 '
lAST............................ Boresalrd (DeLA04) ........As. fw

Due 10Z A. M................ NutwiEatw ............... Y JM.
Passenrw and Tlaket Offlee 103 WOOl b1 StyUP ds4insN1 4
H. H. RAYMOND. VloePruldent and General Managr, eW OW rk
H. IL MAYNARD, F. T. M. A. 0. AGU YTT, 0. 1. A.,
Pier 26. N. R, New York. P1.a6, N. a., NowTeer~
L 8. SCROBL0. 0, A. r. M. IRONMONGER, A. Q. P. A.
Lareburg, Via. isekumvlb, VIa
D. JONM& T. IF. A., JOHN PUND1A04?T. P. A..
Jackeowalli, a P. Nor 31 n. 3.. Now Yok.
a P. WVXUUAMoat. Jaokuemwi. PIl
Generl @ffi.. P w KNoatb rA"r, neo we*.


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go* she V41bolo. Uwe ,valgdheswI
asee I, 'hmfeewlll Gan as,&atDer meebise,



t. C. DAR iS & CO., J0c9soul lot


ATLAHTIC COASTLI

RAILROAD


(W)ES EVERYWIIERE


Ibl, Sbk, E11 ad Weut


Thorough Pullman Swvlo on AD Tmla


Consult the "Purple Folder"


Fur dltoailWe inonotion, d- rOt aetmi
vation, me yomr wIT" Ape,
or writ a Wr oS


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OF CITY AND

'COUNTY COI ENSED

t tuf ream atomt OakW
,md by Our ips lt

MMONAL AND SOCIAL ITNMS


ins a ampp Teld ib ht Pa:


l. A. Ji mtreki0 o Hauem we

Om. tof We e m a b dW .
W r to this ei y tey.
W. Iaeea ,aet Washuig wee
Slu buinssi this lily peeb
gIs w.. P

C Oh I. M iemaey. a progressive
i iam e Oahanm, wm tradbin I the
W r" yelery.
S Deputy Cont Olerk M. I.Cheve has
alm -ed fr s a brief but pleaat
Svllt to JackaumvIe.

a an of Roehelle, was a business vil-
Slr to this city yesterday.
Rauce Sheppard and two sons of
Otter Crek are In the oty for a few
days on a visit to relatves.
Mrs. Arbc Jaekaou Ift veastrday for
Jacksonville. where she wUI visit rela-
tivos and friends for a few days.
The prayermowtlng at the Ftrst
taptist church tonight will be on-
Sdaoueld by the pastor, th. subjet be.
i ta. "II ,rltual armtingl. "
1Mr and Mrs. N W. Oerrsh aof Jack.
eonville wer" In the city for a short
tiate yesterday Mr. UOrrtsh Is ge.
erl sulmwrntaedet for the Ouumaer
l- umlber Compap, and the couple were
Sa route to the eamp at Ttoga.

os. Me0 Vlle Lodge iNo.
SO, 8 P, O. B.--oMee
Stou~atht at l T) o*oeoek
s Klkehe Home. Visit.
5Ot os I,'roiter* prddllly
f' **.I ndti II Cvmme,
i H I D. J M lest.. JM .A4et0fry.



H. J. DEMPSEY




FURNITURE

Funiitur Sol on 'Amy
IPavrment. Show Cmw
Mle to Order. Roparing
a Specialty Ol6 on Cot-R



ta W. ab IL a., dU


pMr. M. R. Colson has gone to Mica-
nopy, where she will visit relatives
for a few days.
Friends of J. 8. Ooode will regret
to learn that he Is confined to his
bed with Ia grippe.
A. R. Jones has returned from
Ocala, where kha been for the past
two days o bulnesa.
ilas Roberts and aon of Bell have
returned to their hoe, after a brief
vitst to Capt. H. Wiosg In this


SAty.
el a. aIto ra1a, freet from fobutt
loIl la per ahldubg a frinl,
I" Co.

vitsed GaneeUie M terday wre Al-
fred L King. WEL. malayso aad J.
L. NoeL
x. M. Graham returned from Ta.
come. where he ows ajNe grove, and
where he has been loklag after hb


Rev. IL B Roer, pastor of the Pint
Bsa t church.
Joha Winter, master carpenter of
the aboard Air Line who make
hb headquarters at Waldo. as In
the city yesterday.
Mrs. John Dyal of Hampton has re
turned to her home, after a pleasant
visit to her daughter, Mrs. If. P.
Holstein, In this city.
W. C. Matheeo is out again, after
an Ulness of several bays at his home.
His friends are glad to ireet him once
more upon the streets.
Priends of J. H. Morton, who has
been quite Ill at his home on West
McCormick stret for the past month,
will be pleased to learn that he is our
aain.
Mrs. J. A. Willams of Alacbua ia In
the city. a gust of her brother, tap*
tain J. Maey 'Dll. Mrs. Williams
has many friends here whp are al-
way. delighted to uret her.
t V Pedrick has returned frnm
Jarkmtnvilll. to which point he ac-
rsuniinied his daughter. Mise RHotbl,
on her way to Spartanburs. H C,
where Miss Patrick will enter Ilhrt-
mouth Cu(ltee
J C lale lof Alachua wrn Ii the
Hi Yatwdayt. having cou& on ac-
co ut of tihe Illt- of his brother. J
M- Ilalle who i saeffertag tro pew.
tmania FrIends of the Viatet will re-
gret to kenI that his rcadition eem
little improved
John taulen. Iployme of the mechanteal depart eat
of the Atlantice tCoa Iane at High
Spruss was In the sety (ur a short
time yutertay Mr BSaut bad bee
south with the wrecklag res1 Sad
war a route bore
The dies of te library A-s
clattel will erve tea this 4 Thb
day I aftersmoo fto 4 u 4 ou 'bck ri
their ew qarter* Gtraham btidtht
mot Mal"' strt N.. or the beoet
of o mladnes. Oame a bring
7W raft mda ae he a sawd mve.


~4 4

I


Fi nOrapesr,

d& moghesbcrfu1
di s con~i~s the

bIngrcdhet of


PHOTOGRAPHY.

lbotography today I an economic
and soetal neceasty In every commua-
Ity. It malintas the memory aad
afectlons of I Ity tlie through the
picture It makm, and whlh we cou
not now do without How often It r,
pret expreeed that n picture exle
of some friend or relative who is o
on.r wi th us! 8metmeso deed
the camne has to Intrude upon the
sacrednes of the death chamber Itelf
when relatives fel that a phatagraph
In such clrcunm o s In better than
noee at all. Do not feltlm ate.
Ba wise and "ar tM shadow ere
toe meetamee M ie.,
Tou can g a ldetm frm loaket
to life-atla Iamt m t dle,
m dn /ir---


I


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?.*.*aads


v~~,w ( -
'~ .d~;4 "aFI~"


*1


1' A. u' uil .' '
vioe a
ne s and p
L. M. Ml lfa well-amown busi
ness man 9i, Us Oak wasu ons
those who iplt yesterday In this
city.
G. Henry PFtch left yesterday for,
Ocala and other points where he wMl
remain for thb balance of the week
on buslpea
Specify ,me Ribbeo-If you are
disaUted Wt the flavoring tract
you have br a ufin try Blue Ribbon
Vanlua net tose.
Mrs. LH. L eweU has rMet ed
from Jackp#Slt where e ihas been
visitinl hbe prwt ". Her mother,
who ha beo qiDte idk, o m iuch bet-
tin'.


DIRECTORS:
J. L. Medlln R. D. Cmwford J. P. Ja&ll
Wm. R. Steekert Dr. M. H. DePaM T. W.' Shmme


Henry Davti
Oba. A. Palrloth


WE OFFER EVERYTHING GOOD IN BANKING I
I II


4 -KS


Cotton, Stock, Bonds, Gran, Prisions
S16 Laura Street, Jacksoivllle, Fla.


Branch Offices: Tallahassee, Lake City, Li6?e
Madison, St. Augustine, Gdnesville.


Oak,


Attorney K Baxte has returned
from 'Trestm md points I Ievy ooaan
ty, where e has been on profeseional
business for the put two or three
days.
Never an tell whe you'll mash
a slar or paser a uat, bruise, burn
or saald. a prepared. ar. Thoma'
ueetrie OU instantly relieves the
pain--qsckly oare the wound.
Corntable LIa Curry of Trenton
was In the city yesterday. He brought
a negro prisoner, convicted In Justice
Drummood's court upon a charge of
larceny, and sentenced to three
months In the "gang."
The "masquerae" which was to
have been given tomorrow night for
the beneft of the Hoolrtal Aid Asio-
oeation has been postponed until Fri-
day, February 7th. Further informa-
tion will be given later.
Deputy Sheriff I. C. Walker has re-
turned from Dunnellon, where he went
to convey two prisoners to the convict
camps. These prisoners were negrpes,
and were convicted and sentenced
from some of the country districts.
Mrs. Frank LaFontisee and children
of Miami are the guests of the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. 8 Chevese.
Mr. LaFotaUsee contemplates remov-
lan to Texas, and his family will re-
main here until nedecides upon a lo-
cation.
Attentlonm h called to the change of
advertisemet of the Baird Hardware
Company, whib appears elsewhere In
this eane. Thia firm Is adverUtaing an

py prospective purehaser who want
geod cutlery io Investgate.
bade Adklneo of Martel. MarIto
county, was In the city yesterday. Mr.
Adkinson I the employ of a large
sawmtl at Martel and came to Oawnea
vill to meet a shpment of fourteen
head of mules ad several ears of
log arts. which wq'e beag shipped
from some point in Georla.
M. M. Clyatt of Otter Creek, one of
the mueesIful merohants of that pro.
greive Levy county town, was
amouo those who spent yesterday In
this city on bulness. Mr. Clyatt
states that trade and business gener-
ally has held up remarkably well In
his town. notwithstanding that many
have been thrown out of employment
In that section for the past few weeks.
The laborers, who seemed to be of an
Industrious class, have saved their
earnings, with the result that the ma-
jority of them have sufctent funds
to tide them over the dull time.


When you boy Jewelry you wantsomen that you can
depend upon. Perhaps on the outAide the pad od look
the ame m Ud, but plate wean .. It's riclht Waid
only tb e pbal abt Uf you p for the ~- why
you will d it to your advantee'"to desl bhee. W TELL
YOU EXACTLY WHAT YOU ARB B UYWO ad eharm
a mt derao profit prs., Our d tatneats eaolomee. Lm't
thte wMy you like to do bt iner? _v-r-yad e Bin in
plan and atd-ft Baby Ringpod BoUdto( 1 diRr04-p.


--L-L C.m imhI l.r---- I


Two wreoklb t rats pe throw U gh
the city yesterday f re Prairie Creek.
where they have been empgoedl I
picking up the leatags" fromn the
wreck which ooewrrd at that point
on Saturday. Both tbrau were wo e
loaded wit trucks, rods, bolts, plecee FOR SALL
of various parts ate, wbeh will be
taken to the High Spriag hope to rR bSAIA-lackieor earbeV type-
be placed toger agala. writer ribb los r k l work at
"-- The Oun ofIe.
FARM FOR 8ALB OR RENT; horse
and mules for sale ohemp. (eo. W.
W AII me ilcoIAeld. Oalueftli


5 C mb Pw ler


OR SAJLB-ilty BUnred Plymoth
Rocks. Write W. T. JoaMe Ft
White, ia, R. P. D. N a .


a"*t takn fo r e than eets.
words make a lae; ao frestlonal lines,
an add tUoal me CASu m advauce lirroaei mw itasu
mut aueompany all erde lor lraset. Ceverleuly LuaBl Tel itatr
ionw In this eoalu.
Not "te l beak in the d" bat
the odm a-shlId namt,
LOOT. o equipped, ad the pbo lae di.
-t mLMa, and nammi
LOBT-llack and white better pyp. OYSTERS 2s leli to&
Answere name "Lea." Reward. a lown
Notify T. R. Elli Jr.. or The Sun. wgIS N STGA _Op
OlGaineille. D RIPPD O Os,
S Regular Meria Tradl feReteO
POR RENT. -r -
We do 4 ot p Alug k w
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A1INESVILLE, FLORIDA, THURY, JANUARY 30, 1o18 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR


T PROHI


esri m t Ii
Now TorL

VIEWERS ARE BEHIND

seO leen as Varloue Loti
>M r Are Well Under
SW l Be Formed Inte a N
Ohlatto-Oen Flight C


Mew York, Jant. M.-A
m eWaMMt agal t~e wave
t I wl hob Is spretding ve
y is new being made lan
nd elemwtere.
T' e brewers apd rarli
wV* asppllee and maobiae
hd tthe movement and ar
association throughout th
e object of wthlch will b
"So prohibition movement.
S The otrpaumilUo aIn Ne
k, own as tho Manufacturers
S Wm' CJlu of Orootor New
Sab oula hi.ae beow sent
S us fand n:< n In the finance
Slan o effrt to 'rtV.1d (h n m
: rrol gsout *ho Iu.) uri 'or
a Is pr m lgalllirations are well un
rOlb out tthe ou'intry, t<
ehma Into a national orrmn
a IJd that large nunrb:rs o


M are joining local orzah
: aoun'ction tcttition is
j*Mtjy publi'Tilf~i t(voylle
46Wllrs' aeIIrihei rcrr wrrp,
t prohlbAhtOU move
e O ana4 na;4Iou of 1)
I~S fmD49Llnme, the e


D. COMES TO THI4R AID.

g ini mlye1 Qven Week on His
Ut iat Tarrytewn.
N. Y., Jan. t.--e, .
a s.umoremuo that ionan
eli ad direted the sO
k t f his estate at Ponto
il ive wort on the eett to
wS mat wbo are out of em.
arn af the unemployed.
I T 8 e'r seem La thli part of
i m, aul ed doew on the o*
.U. Ma of h m were from
city ad other pces wita
Mant ase.
J gpelrtlatedt declined to fur
lt lotr uay of the apploantu
See wio live Il Tarrytown or
bolteate rvictanty of the etate
' LEvat It t was neesy to tat o
1 theblr lt sad that there .,
g ioem* to take care of A'
m aron a dutace.
WMCA.ACE RETURNS.

) Wo Caried Dee Body of Com
4 MUse e n His Shoulders.
S ,,+ge l 3., Jam -.-i)
~nth I pturw and wrltnr.
Ss earied the dead body of
Sthe Hbbard espediloo
4 m les oBs hs houl
Sim d from a J nurnf
S orw YTA, sadt It r his
sIa r to ltorwn to the oant nB 't
Wf to plte r further the morbt
r alk r pa-m rt of Mraso.

-0--5- aiked at Oeg red ing
ll g. J '., J"a. Because

iLW.Ol I r 01 td aItfch Pain'
hu edogs. S'v. 4L. Moore
J O ter o t"S RI sta 'A
gk Me rh 4 r6019 k his
141"" Spo hab bees loa
S* t 1 m ON te *sa w
41 k 1 the sea c Pla1
to r msel sade
lftI"mleto t On it miW


g iNS hTo aewae-


CALAAMA FAVORS BRYAN. SHIPS CRn iI WANT PRIVILII TO VOT TRAGEDY
Governor Comer and Friends Mayy C40o. HIU IR R I New York Women Planning Meter "
tro fState Campeaig Affairl. Street Parae to Show Strenth.
S Strt d ont.4umyA)., At., .. N.-4 to ow York, Jan. -w a T Six POs
I arded a crn that Govewor n wto are Interested a o S t
B. (Dmer will be one of the delete tor themselves the rtht o vo T Save
at large from Alabama to the Uatioa* i l X Is f bixkeo. pauanlnn a uonrter street PON&, I
l democrat conventUio at Dave; order to show thter str gth.
also thatL tbo friend of the ov*rMor The rwcnt visit a1 r rWMtaU CAUGHT IN
0D SAME and the follower ot Mr. Bryra wil VESSEL'S NAWRMW ESCAPE of the militat sufflrnt at AU
control a&bsoitely In the purty aLN --land. has created renewed I te
Organlum B Ithe stte tis yar. It oi petty Wlteout Or W s of Hurr. among the advocate of eql lu tflrge Thrilling Story
wel establlsed that Governor Oom erf in New York and several p 911 d White Sand
Way They Is to keep In line for aadidaey for eine Which Swept Up 09 Coast Re meetings have been heM t Madlison
atlenal Or. one of the senatorial 'vancles later gently and Caued MeMut Destruction square at wvhlh womm havr spoke D0elawre r
On. on, and his friends beeve that he will n support of their r cam Al a gs-. s*nietorm A
not let the complete pip which e has j rl meetlnr to hb hold arrMlmentr PrIrldec. It
organised on the party orgalnlatUon at this Ume ftldelphla, Ja., J Ten win be ma ofl rollbl. eape him. waterrsouts encouterel In the gillf In cootemplatlon. aot It o atu e
r the oa. 'That tie governor is gol tou i s tra lmpeded the pMOefI of the It is hopt to have a ve ryt le O drowning. t
New York for the senate Is gnerally andertood Norweglanu seanmr C oUI. which ha turn out of women to pfrade thrroua l erlse
S rmong those alo to Ibl. a arrived here frtam Carlinft b way the prinelpal ntr-lf bearing bamOf ts hdo
I la brow The state oommitteeo it I the hand@ of Tusk isatnd. Ianouncla helr Vr their hoprlpb In the o le W t a
ry ar be. of the governor a4d hs trieWe. 1 le The Cellia was de ('arollnas that this nay he the means of aIntl
orlanlsnl will b able to do what be please lat Frida) whtn the httriln which stb intllg re wuomcn n the ampalsn th, terrIblet fo
e country, with It. It Is ooooeded that it will Iroutrt death and det41Tllon swept and thowin men that the women are cot. The sat
* to Afigh order a primary, but the impreilon up the coat. lbr twelve hours the deterntlne in their efforts to secure oWhite .*d an
li that the delleates selected byt will vessel ,a huiffted about rcelvin lqualt be.fre the law. .iten a ,y
SYork Is hbe left to name the twenty-two dele-. no or dmoeaw hOun the k of & a fd w Cttiln Hepry
the barge ty
and Deal.- Rates which Alabama is to have la the dk mova'*.. NEWBERRY NOTES. ly wheai the
York, and national metUng. There b h been n the ~:akt, of the aI ca ame t-e-- sI rculy,
to jobbin' some talk of oUtng direct br tb edele the waerst.t. The Art was Ieen N wl.'ry, JUI 2i).--Lrui Jnhnlon New for rovll
lal district' ten. ut this Is gorto to meet with an the startoaid and its4arh.e' IiI left H unday for lHawthoru, whvre ho ,While tIn ir
,ombership !It'fe support, It Is now thought. The brought telrrorr to the ocrw. The Cp- will sptnd vvral erl .ekk. illtui hid oal laden. lin
Id. outlook is tht, left tree, the conves.l evaded thie isut only find the water
s the local ton will ect a full list of ComenV- j arpniotly iettlg I he track parellt. rkwate
Qer way nBV men. 4 other. 1 Miss llattle Hawthorn of High terrtflc no rtt
o oraniz From port to rstaur'rd over a Springs lwiet Saturday and Suuday Jerses cew a
Ilation. It TORNADO CUTSl WATH. cours extending five maa CeclltS her, guest of Mrs. oland. ehord, while t1
of busInPs r steer" until to L wto. Rev. Taylor qI HIgh Iprlnls was r the W hilte
tzat'on. In One Person Killled, Otler Hurt and spouts wor eluded here on busaiu1e Moday. awer. Owl
cail'od to a Damage Dome to ltnase e... .. We are orry to report Cecil Roble psble to see
,nt of ti.', weetwator, Team., Jan. 2--A s laA ARMY S \ 091" on our wick lIIt thli week. The. O to eommt( te
utionn that vere yoloe ds raed ta Eood Creeak Tl yellow to r Cert g with wm le DurlTh flt 1t
l.nt le i.. .Ie. aar eewater, SbIay altt, W o rtnt T ak H issy friends wis beit a d
Ecxr it na, killing oWe aU4dlajrtag vee othwr, a t i Tk ssleattoB dhoI
(ff t f nI tn. of whoa i beli Led a tbe tISally a Praetbet fe 1, Jan P,. a*i she t
fi'Ul 2&-"A&..m = p rHs ft Iash


Spriam, 4" m" a.mmwI
tarw. w 1M UM *Ima


toe. ma MW "asIm
hug lmft bo". ow a

aum**. t. VIlM 0 vw 4
Miles M etwtwo, 1Ne
tt using ~ MW by So a

were MAdY ISAV01. Brag

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at nimaw&* ?".. 'is
40ws, &and ti n s we
Isrel Leoir. of fhnspl
Umr sad two a*". Jemeph
mid Omawg KeaCsaw", mba
deIopi los( ta ba' ft.
eodieivceu Is to th epat 0t
o-4reair In@ hammmd


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w -g ow aW"Wma gta
go a dea o gWt
wo" me. t

SoDeftug MW of Usmlo~s ad *ft.U
-. me *6 go~r~therly 5 had

qu b Itobe land II mit bh


Veaan" O"dhlsa swadtes. Mrs.
VWliam K. VasiurOW h
1'bu 1. hmdIC oboadd I. th


Oat haa I eutsd a eit r thwatow
pwe. Wint he9t% km o
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WMNMNetr. Thema sn lI 'sun-
bom he8e"b 41Umi Tser "air am rw
son NewlJsh W at IlHawtbo Is do
beve m a visit tq4er sheA', Mrs. D. sI 00 g
. fknd. Her =ory Mrden. an &M be" M
&i,10o welose r SW' IL I Whes6so
UWe Mis bmles SIB no Co l" I to meow"
- As apmidlasga few dues her.. WJ let01wvasbe
pe a Leo f eo olr.-- IMinf" be
Ulm A. .ma r nIgm .tmalmWd rtm I N


Snumber of her Mred Tesuia
veftis tIn hmsw of M JeberL .
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TYW Pt' 1nO5S5impi 5L 5H151U1
Tbme.pro at vopw a *ftbt


There was san smsMUml unIm the


C)CJD cian ov.. Isa "S 19.60UP tbO W 01345 of Be 113 W*0MW&st am
--.-cI -.rr -r ia~ ,"e' -"-- --- 'sag Hem Wolia, ikm
rwtics. IO mveaAea a s awhle mo a t-
s tbm t e, m vi bat wi. Iw gm e e aI a aIwasrbs ad aeo ee S?.
abort dIstanco In widtA.
pg ru -r lpj-' I 2%b IW #A.
HanoeIk Caee to ResOevft pgrmaya.A Sepef Amap. r Iu.
m&i *nasne. JAM. ".es04 "e t "e esmwo in Inabis9M.tb
1)aMng's. 3.-Th Me IIw. Jan. M. Bry t ld o
mjio W wwum IP TISAaMoe of"I"at emu ow m hae on bow# me"e isto b ow
wi tv"lrpc stadatw KBr 60 wa s I ulowwou b oo@soft
col & t t w dre at tuI Mr
saa i(~riwe'rtmetfor the bafit Of Wts d m m eie wsartd vMrbiA
jp.. '' Major HeADM asO woV IM.MWNO0the4s. W 4
ty Nru rtnriagal r At Ati M Ga. &
Kau'l gvwrlng out O his066 called On a
C:'.iri 'f a pled toge to abbe si ftM tHe a S*L MkO~ bft Main. f MihO Wo N ets
U,. ifh~toil~atis 'ique (k 'CY ~Phnhi ~-. I IdYL sI I, br IW Ie
- I lie pOK. te w Pnm woew anW em ift &Us wemaiebObsild
Ogg up old **Mao4n e4. m Sego i- a hbe re w w j& go
e"tovrr fo -w. to AsM1ow poams.o- d@mNA&WAd"he owi10 to
l::~ Ir tot n~ E9U Swm ba t M sIn ale LI S ~b hr ~YIW y(I *1 US hadI ," uI ho
~ .3 ialteStrnedw go. a@mildepi offth "nw 4hum go.K WA s owl
(:,, ,.~ J wI yw k msbII aide a1l It fle' baOW N0r0
-w its w b ba s rwle 0ofI~ sb tmw
oce WHO tra ramw"" to 60 ,Not" AMW. )@do%* 6M 6WI w~
or 4 a iaWvcsl,'44 hAsh wato sJ beof "M WOOedhr waf
11j *)in 2411C. MI] m m0 of bbpbprd am er demd i
ff, Vs-'I w h 0 F"" st s"" AOM pebwe
I ws'. r''i PcnousA Iy tII rr~L~r r .C
som e" An" .' a i hr *. se0
K10- 9" f l' Ko leg64 0d e0 h A a"
~~J&S. 5~-'A Vsseoatedhr ph~
II. c*1+ ,,r. J,. I -~ Br e 1as, womI rmeiw
)" b" Sa IowI ao "o "

W~d kal I g '416# MI IM" 40 pres
ant dahe lie o -- "In~d~a~
m are ILa w memo dam


00emt sa". we ..e 1 -* 0 Us
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OF THE SEA


brished itt A
STg's Crew.

TERRIFIC STORM

of the Lefe of* ,
and Her Crew Of th
eekwater-A IMIndtei
dded to 'Terts.
.t I,, Jan, 3g.--qet
ompt to *vav the w
B. bcully from dath
our moa and two wO
of tAlawre Bnrakwr
,y moral wheor t
"m, bound from jog
this oily, mak durtag
o hlchk swept tIh
story of the to* ol the
I her crew was tol4 by
W. (og. of the 6ia
C arrived In port Pv
Jerety la tow. '
bound from NewpOOI4
t'ceo, with the b "W r
and New Jwey, kY| ^
ow, when Ou DeiLA n
dkly mtrt, ra" ilte
eMI sale. The Noe
Dtu the hawmer a4 .
Ie slily above to. "
i Il falelt14 to
a to snow, It go t
moret thasla Ir k
ast with the barge.
oWt the oaptala E 1 ,
rlaw er rt a& W
red 0It It u6d h m

*r l1. ep ilsm 0 I
ando med A de as.

e toe tio, I t

afa t- ftA d
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WYYaIss, Aml S. b--
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seatk vblo he~l~m me JOG, l
wisot"Daies his prepate ed a*6t


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leom sd ee aw ad a Ows m.


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no boll she wil goPOIN *0s
peepufstis 01s nowSad iseo

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dpw 0 5Msaft abuws eas it in
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AM*mih fts4 to the aesaip *Ad
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AMI e In" a~d." A OBW
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hf "ed. It baair. Owell h
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bed. Do it win erebwere; so she
Vle -' Jr s hVadtbs aal aweamwr
a sompe" re to toe4wf
A* Nation e.Ms& 1 a0l WI &he
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"0 Stork at NOW ref.
2i% bon of Mr. and Mrs Lr
fths", Imad Groe,. *a"
n A 11th by te arrival of a
Use baby girl.
low a rwnIA l ame do ha


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I l oil W" Mb pi biy a t UIe y alt brMse
VW 40" 1 hIlo w Moo % "s two ade "e I"*,
ms9" *fte"64~Wwe mw therew* we ~ to oft
m* thW our a a M that d"be
saw, owrt" thmam tarmr b tdY death h"w idwt bons,
A ~~P~MSG he36aei p~r te t~s tin AM lwe hope them Is *4 tas 'won
4 bb.611" bkM" 4bita 0 11this ts leeme pair-m
ha 0 ms eI b paI ofhemIabpr
. .. MW 1"s, ed M my tam "weusd
~ W~amam ton mum so Go~::thatd "
am t "W JW, A. ,k, b' g M ii t eet he d0tUwe brie,*W"
10 J" si, ue heb" b'lNO WIs w-alng In bb evesy bo f 1
Zagsarm415 LO55EftoU7 Mi oahekeIsNoedoeseA, rth
at*b *DLo* ISM &WO" MOW fk AWag
Usev WW pow of h an Mmmdlv 1ht orOnrto# Cm r ToLDo,.
S W&NI sm Tb. drbgi "aft" SM Wea ppa t* I MJ. OM as kake Oat that
ow torn h If e .eow. M 1"7i6*A pr"veI if beebew 4 L. be isumlrpONuIM eatheoam of F.
ue we a* &W" W a am doftbe & Dm WOD. Wek W .r0 0 0.o d %Odome In 0
MN d S et im le f wt 41Wo %M0#Naas a dmites to atUt hoe Wee, t To mte ~3 aWe adot
~Li~rI ava*M e, v ow boh., whh the did and rspe M I, a w amv I thealmy
'l gggggaS as Lg mf bteSmrs"We, YOt semmtta beg6t Motos ob, Mi O o Ca that cannot
04 *boo" V*4 SGdr th lWO Mi -sthe tllewlt W hedbt Ns trtw: C ed byt me HOa
be~~~b s09 1tby 0M9 am maf MM 's --at..
S ih haui MI suier P@Io inboeb o e beWs ke Oto a eat RM Swon tob betft asme ad srbed
'a uki~rebs t i tohew hw ods of b IM e mYan MAd lI mosom e" t (
Vci ft ru #A I" & an ao 4jhft PWVL &oot" tr.* ta al prosafte We Llh 4MW of D
~g -the e o hispre~r~yageostedbe.W~e. A. D NLA. W. OL3UON.
11. ethesw o Is" hM0 b Be ms t YMe"i and W. H. (SIS) NtarPublic.
MU "Id Oti ft i h wb VWher M Nw eWr'seG app Ui1k 00 N to v Lf thea f IL bg
0 NK WWs OI t6 bd M hMeWIN oMWa a W m t VW W &ByA, a& Mo0 06W sy eth. bload &me
fa seiier be wowMiat" Ww"ho "mmvow dt"e"6". Isthe no"Wft 1asWtftGo
*rr I than kw yes." uses IsueI merbo getommlaJs hb
8" .me. tostelled s bot dort was d l of to row l .la c v a cO O.
f12111=0 W AA o fu" bA Mi to In aamd by Gel WI.1
vMa of I~r. IL IAW% SOMMY b w"W" MWWWas Win.R Paw* fUM ta r .U.
SMAetauw. who rr the 4leaus of a subWest low ,_
00-' tm 0Ad tMWAhu eMt? emdY as *9 SddOp te dbab
a- d how 33 ba d wnd warm M_ eh" i SrmPMi saeTI
-O .ee i to rt tmI &M In Su Nithse"lev% Nams PriS Ca has n riwsy eei m a er 4ey do
so a gof etsIl in.me MsawS h"Mu am Fow*&V sma 00- ofthe "hfulestMnW" "aim Wr
AN tss Waof the ONl18 .fmI=aa. tbadav& wos$eh~ewafetht esm ales mms, Miftebhea
,0 Is tbW VW 4 SW $000010 Is. Is to AbAh 0000Y OR" ft emset af the NMthsi" Lad helm
" 04 bevSW" we t so, W"S"I"si ebee at tWe ShMuv tOW
- 1 ow to tdon sotNher Nam ways with yftCol. Itrhmebm w er. y Pkafm* re-
,V6 t hSY.'45W aUbii to -' is .etL bo Wrto sv by rm Pme and tA
~im ade.- ofme e seeil o iiof e pehrt. m T Wamof the agm e-

'am s do Sbe b"d burn the W"Ust 3pse ais as to haes i6"bo of a $am "a b Ube" It
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OWL IS ALSO CLOSED DOWN

.Mindred Men Thrown Out of
momWh which Is Bound to If.
rantla Interests of County.
U fterNe Continues.


W*4e0edsis Daily Sun:
th e tverest blow to this e-e.
!lrt the money panic, which has
ai t the North for the past few
has wrought, was the closing
Sf all the timber camps in
county owned and controlled
t Summer Lumber Company.
S a cuno ement was made Monday
'6MI of the prominent attaches of
ClN OUmmer Company, who stated that
*00 action of the Cummers was due
,o the lace of orders from Northern
8crns, to whom the company had
; b so supplying lumber in large quan-

Not only the timber camps of the
S*Caunmmer company have been closed in-
Sdeinitely, but the big sawmill In
Jacksonville, which Is the largest in
the State, has also shut down, peud-
lu g the receipt of suflicient business
to keep the big plant in operation.
By the cessation of these industries,
hundreds of men are thrown out of
e. ployment, for the present, at least.
S In the various timber camp of this
county, Including tramways, etc., there
ita been employed Ke\veral hundred
men at good salarles, and naturally
S thia will be felt throughout the county.
The mill at Jacksonville also em.
ployed a large number of men. who
nrUt either seek work elsewhere or
wait for an Indefinite period upon the
openingg of this mill. The capacity
f, e the plant H said to be 150,000 feet
p er day.
The naval itores department of toe
'Cummer company, which is extenslve
lbarghout the West End, will not be
4Gected by the closing down of the
ti ber camps.


OFF ON A HUNT.

h. erf Femnnll of 1 his City and Friends
S. from the Eset After Deer.
I T Tueeday's Daily Sun:
Sg. rtE L. W. Fennell of this city.
9to Is one of the most enthusistie
.*B ambitious hunters in the State.
i gft go with his brother. John Fea-
"Il, of Melrose, and other friends, to
)-H swamps of the Ocklawaha riv.r,
f'rSher they expect to make a big
e'bMual" within th' next two or three
fuias.
Ielriff Fennell stated on the ' khs last trip that he bN'l-l, 'd tllre
' aLs plenty of dieir and bl..er it that
' iltlOM, but for .4m11 rea'oIn the' i,.rty
I' which he wan a. r-tAwl..tt-l .*ed
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their lives to duty.
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weaknege or diep0-e I
broightoa aud tbhey
drifting s fom
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been in eos0 1Is Fin is
past few days
Dr. RogMrs be. ue m Se u
tiou faithfully fW tew P '. 1W4
president. and so weB PIIIMM
the assoollat 009 tha W" m
Illoir~ly r.rcs~ ~t. try M.b)1E
bi.r lav ioiber ves.
hr Itgr.ir Le ow of d o MMId1
pacfrit n id mut earnest the me '
t1ll lr bar. u of the UAM Ob OiW
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RON"ae nad you *III have Iai A Co.
at joy. YoU DS a ". not tw"110.
"d ay*tba ba tiite Thdis isto cart*ifyt"WhAN l
ead bare that bad tw it t eW
Try bottle Of flirbine. f ar aUthuOWd e rGdM T
6"r for all lier MtOpl)t) I Tolty Horny ad ou b or mw Itamm
Austin. Texas. writs". ouo los g or d lp p old
Herbine for o%"f heels th.lfoe sa ad F" Ow
S g"ereglatnr I Vaii I yr.. it* 1rom 5 ih OU_
It as a Ba dicln. f~r Coughbs a2d 6 r04 PC
or sale by W -. M J-~bn The rnel of
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A4 i m tMhe Nevaa L*mI *,
aGr aN ntitaui" t agesit hs
vrIlaptIs o Prie Nt to heLp the
sf ta omSelIM ta tshe ta of his
ladMt ardwr ort a withdrawal
IW pa mpotioa el lea tgslators
- ae buln benea himn.


The death of Hon. R. H. M. David-* e
ea of Qualcy Io unlveNrsll regretted. *
It N U to pasure of the writer tor to
ha*le aowp hIm aoae tLhrtrlly nev
JIea, vhen he was a power agaslat the
bloek phalu x In forl In 1874
CoL Davtdaon w as muted and
elected oa the Democrtle ticket as a
eemabr of COaree from what as!
ate the frnt distrlet of Plorida, do
eating the notortius W. J. Purmaa of
Meitloello. There wasu se a move
abbl?, courteour getloeu in t he
alteo the Col. Davidse, "ad be was
a power for good whom theM-white
eteet of korida maod tho oervles
id aW a drtamn tlo asevtle. INo
Nprsgeotd the arft dIatret It Oe-
greo for sevenM oonsemtive tero -
14 Brn SN
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Boa. D aaltte May of Mootlue-
s who wasn paker of theo Houe of
epreemtatves of the FlorMia LS o
atftea 1897 aad a mdadae folr
lerreert I 1904, W ha o. od htl
sadr a for Conreso from th
thIrd district to aceoed Hon. W. B.
amar, wbo desireo prouimn to the
S it. Dlantte Mar n s Oe of the
bOet ne a lor d and will prove
aa baportant featori tthe Cosgro
Itolia rnao I the third dstrlct


Were It not for its trage feature
the story of the woman drunged with
esady In a New York theater bo
would oasieet the nimble mlad of a
press" agent Doubtless tbe offc:.l It.
qutry will discloeo misdirected stas.
aspirations bo theo prt of Sotrat


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C~pu ,Our aw Sith 0Y1d 0 haIng hby"
pg1eItcallv espire, sal1 bra*4eisd lb
(vChto qWIt g the basins" smi "t.00to
DAd bI p.Wt Nh. we, be w wuu
Uaru 9t4publicea e~tdii4kd
at the theI9 Was0lu0, Y
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bWei
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~Vaatem.
q a mtSaahme thea m*
*w~to mSw~tomut Ut orepair._

AW, WVim u0 Teddy as, Ban;a"l toIw
.vsothei r artUices too mus 10 Am&
Itk& % rrr rn. f ob *m "11W~J
sleaipt 49rmsof mISC. oath hL be bea
(L 0. P., OWxImI Dedokhm, I
noohqhIerA Morgan, CMorw.mar'a

WWI*e It i tolevd bymamy that 04 W
d d do a above mStUdo frticles at t the p d7"
14 will pur ueb as rube, by athe-leauw
gmlpatrs o I have been tf t- a
.trme 8 e u110"d at I? that It II
ftemest "Ire of td G.O.P0 that
Dowaaalle WW be present d
ab and m, ho w theiorIUt
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SPRIN PARK FARM (


ISPRIN6 PARK FARM I i


AT THE STATE FAIR

Manager Callison Will Have Fine
Display at Tampa This Year.
--


1| PROM NEBERRY WELL PLEASED WITH OUTLOOK


*Toewn Assasn Slipped
l4md and Emptied Con.
t"e Sh-errel Shotgun in

's Daily:
S most cowardly assasul
lbmwn In the history of
occurred on the out-
erbeorr, in the West Bad,
dark Monday aysht, the
DKIm 8app, about eventy
ak an old and well-known
of th Jonesvlle section.
be has resided on a farm for

deelte partlculars of the kill
be ascertained, a nothing
aeordiag to telephone com.
with The Sun, has yet doe

Body was found in the road
fmtr Newberry to Jomeswflle
I e'etoek Teeday by peaare-by.
Sa matter was at s reported
tke t erts at Newberr.
SAeorla to the best Intarfom
111aOMM be soud, it appaa fat
aftm whose fcam i aboet three
adtI c Newerry, went to New-
YU tAen gMedayW. He was rid
rsebaoek Upon arriving In tora
l Mteh td bs horse to one of
iree o *a liar upon the oreet
Seomtr town, and went about his
It was about dark when he
to return home, and apao s
left be discovered that the anl-
Iwa gone.
te was nothing to do but to
b .e, consequently Mr. Sapp,
to friends, started out cher.-

a short distAnce from New-
possibly three hundred yards,
party slipped up behind Mr.
Sdicharged the contents of
I shotgun In the back
lhad. Death must have been
a the bead wu bor-
when the body was dli-
ding the early hour in
s rlta wa committed, the
Ithe un did not Sem to
people of tae vicinity as no
was apparently made of
However. It may be that
t diebsargig of firearms
tjimty has accustomed the
in rep orts, and they think
after being notified of
t the body. Coroner E T
aeed a jury, pro-
e s eene and viewed the
,r d y was spent In investi-
Sth e jury adjourned util
n oamng to complete its


Says Every Indication at' This Timo
Points to Fact That Pair Will be a
Success-Grounds Cleaned and Re.
paired-Race a Oreat Feature
N. A. Callison. manager of the fIr
mtous Sprlng Ptrk Stock Farm. I
heated about nine miles wet of ONlae
ville, and which Is one of the ~arg
and finest In the SBothern Sates,
returned from Tampa .where h ae
been for the ipat t(o or tree ay
for the purpose of arrasgig for the
annual exhibit of atUe and toek
from the Spring Park arm at the
State FPir which wil he held n Feb-
ruay. begins Fbruary th.
Manager Calisn ea always aMa
tested a great Irterest in the WM
Fair. not only ftu the stanUa tat of
bls own Interensta ad dsplay but
for t*he eo welfare of th eoat
Lat year be wa the oMer6al eoal
eonoer tram Alhs eoe aam ld &
headed by his eapw aelever wor
In carryag offl If ete i t or
grand prima, whlate ese We were ft
aisr wt M he t e*MA Mlb de sre b
was eu ltl a tIl Ml a a a wa le.
In addttlm o thoe ls ei aetLtr
inat odd be te OILd too"
from s pring Purt mh-be m@eae$
In getta tier abwe ehoi almes
represeatlng oe ein ale
bortu%,MlLt m in i1 M Mb ,
and oosmr Ial atel Ot the em
ty, and bad aeom atully arraeLd
neat poalie In fi *al bdWiht. ai
trade the nMUo ef of e pewWr
Oent. of ofW e tue dM t il-i to
sthe fr wtha ymOf tr gAAbbUls
oree, me H
from fte teus at 1M
W1"le e eety wib" have e exM
albdo a Se a at 6 -amtes IWO
Kairm, WhimW L V" h hal al.
readv rrt ed Bt aNy oMai O

to Ui tso ** ll A" B sra UeAW


rtake a I st-ee IM oSa eam.
"We o t ires t h et a tM M e
display Urm eY' W1U' pne, mNi
stUe, -"be"*e we have Im UM60I
grow, 11W S 111M on- -ft

time. I fteel m tl si s 4eao
tie will Me w fe wse a t
fair." %
Maagr 3sWm In mra t 1fU
In hs erm I tob o 'se a boe
xuade eof aUse l C tM ee8
Institute, whiel wl10 b1e 1 1 1 ti s
city on oebr d 1. m at
whkch farmeft 11 1-1 OM I
every Mctlio of tMe tis are n e*
ed. there wfl be a Ptsal IAIse .
rattle, the Hereforde beaig aO
from pring Park FarM. MAl s
will this prove of seat bea- i0


*as one of the most wide- ths In attodamni bet tthe h" OftSi
) roldoats of that section of Irting Park Fan. wlbl be oslM 1Aa
Wind wa a I manwell liked tue, 1lititute fotraeU oe f damP 16 .a
)a. The murder was not rr. ; and T. strr f hIske sais b
A!.ailltltad for the purp-' i .bippr4 direct to t*0 hMU
a swoey and other so -pKrar avtng bwre eai the 0h.
found on the lr "f A, th cloe of the SIi.. tage al'S, U s
sc'r ( alltlyn will tl ake his ~I fot1
S a widower, butiIr 1.ji Joack.1enitiI4'. Ube". they WOllbe
aMW Samuel. and IA stt aa the FIda Vilo
anls Sapp and M'r 'nt. nflr Nsitk lot a fr a wek or Srm
T''hlo .blbit It bWaoodtoPIW' of ~
C"s ast a gliom oVTr ,nfrt to the thomsefado ft vl
.a s demed was at bis eppmltkM is
dhosltlam crler t~m I Unr~ I~lthom seated tha he emI
V is all regarded as a I P.OM. W d wt01r sInsInc1 M
lfon. dof the section m aawe Pr The aCUM S" e
ing clervd ad I OWr$ Wplot r ffI
tn Ik.' OPMM. ltS bluop aWe bAW
repels4 ad otherlN h40A as I
Omad wril J1mtodl eti sU
taker 'abd the r"Kis# fsnIt esrtr"pu
fines U~rvO5~t7
to t-. the- t."t OveS PN In
vcIm nit tyso* ,e bwese o fb

60 ww fJ rrve
Ni that Ow'tka Iis
j M e Ia tA a i A se,. e Chea.
0114exp~1 IV Tbdt' ha.04S 11COheato amtbe ,
rsph ka?(jg'IA' r rd out'wt O, AM a
lv id 2 f&gu crf ore *% hw). 9 f me VIo
I va Ist" s s 1111ISAW a
lobeh Is diNuse 10darlIn.tof
'A W. & W. of x i"lftiM 80
oft w beiW be ito COe I usOf t"
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Mand Killed.


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s" me. *abou 'li tof
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W. ,ft 60 be m ow&4m 6 dw bG'
'b inh gad bMb pmml hesS at m IN-IvabI s Ued am*
it hb ob Se sl. Mew "r SDpa* MIW go
IIwm tor emi in( papoe~ eIabd InIoS wee0.1 weBC aI.
0" boae beeerr do a *a set* M ISIOWI
-&-a*~ pinto Sote s A lW UP MW iof' a"4hgr
go& wow a sam owwIk a" wt S ~P.i
q* ow *m femo m eto sle "h~U't~gb
ka me d& ead o m ow. a. elbd'
Donn am p" ran do dos a
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the W formed of the
Is It o as to the relative standing and reliability of the leading mauf
em of dicinal agents, as the most eminent physidlnana ar the most carefrl asw
th ItLa l quality and perfect purity of nrmedies prescribed by thnm, and it is
*ilnw ? to physicians and. the Well-Informed generally that the California Fig Syrip
Co..a on of its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical character ol
Ste po has attained to the high standing in scentif and commercial circles whkch
io, to successful and reliable Iosaee only, and, therefore, that the name of the
Caomp~i come a guarantee of the excellence of its remedy.
TRUTH AND QUALITY
appt[e the Well-Informed In, every walk of lift and are essetial to peranent suce
a tditable standing, therefore we ish to call the Attention of all wo would
-tp Nhealth, with it blesaing to the fat tt it involve the question of right
rtIn all the term implis. With proper hawldge of what i beat Beah our
SaI l, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of edort may be made to contribute
aohit r nd the ue of medicines dispensed with le allto gret advatage, but
A ia instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be tvahSable if talen at the
MoarMo ., the California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike iprtant to pIenat
iti 'v subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has we
l oif1 physicians and the worldwide acceptanc of the Well-lnfornwd bemauie
e the bAmlrM of the combination, known to all, ad the origfial method of manulact
tuge, wl i known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. 0
S 'l llvaluable remedy ha been long and favorably knows auder the name of-
SSyrup el gI-and has attained to worldwide acceptance s the most excellat of
Aml ty Itires,, and s its pure laxative principles, obtalIed lo.a Snen, am well
anwmI to hysicians and the Well-Informed of the world to be the beat of atral
,. e have adopted tie more elaborate ama of- r of FIgs anOd BMakir
Sn a-wIL more fully descriptive of the remedy, but 1 btl it will awa be
0184 1 the shorter me of Syrp of PIg--md to I beatal onctsal
noats purchasing, t\ ll am of the Cm -panya Fig Syr Cao-
-sthe Mll 5m-SYp ol 5i t dBUdr of al
S-- the lamative remsdy ma Bum uM
Co. J ame heretofore kaew by nam -Srt kl bei
satil to miliOs. The emalae is for sale by all druggists t
the i tatees in oifglual p~echae of one laeo only, the aer prio ot
Sfft- pe r bottle .
*Iad bottle is sold under the general glu nt of te Compia, altl W th t b
aerm ,a AIr l hAMru at Washlntoe, D. C.. that the rem meot Iadsn ed Ir
iA .litn1I the moeaar o lf Oe d Dnru Act, J eo 1 esP.

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sretom. Jan. 28.-rl T. J. Love I
'boJemnhse La take bas so dher fam
j. fri' 10W s WIS Wa. Polk iAd moved to
r Imimm,, flatHr otidos sand mauy
weleom her Im our msMt
1u~ ~ I 4WmYn r. Kyo~ hmr a trat .1 land #uss
d lP ,WSiP ?urtae that she Is prorlug ant v
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Iat Lsa Ih, m? *m aow trr,

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m upa UsA.. I&.ums sd othrs
t frus Jeumym o*mt a ib an
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sdheeab~mdY ue ay to weUls

A hd bet AnJhe 314m. m lma s. was be1
b" ew3 oe mme tgr swumlg
wu~ iesvom ts t 'b. C. Nowe, 9
Ib ~. ar ni We-. laidor *6 m es o -u

OW5PPON eaid the m and the boys
m. go*: my amrp has rOe to in per gall".


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Yi m*,**'L L***'~rI. heU medi(Y ti er ~ Y LC ki teetin tl ~a li~~
*xur *yyiL A..c-LaWi.. ~iif Jl I le 3d. mIt. the gums, wel w
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~usqeI hsmtes.10 m mbup Te to #emtar a lesins,
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M *"ft n med oam mbi s, a w I*I 00W im 6r I M N he[P00LAW

W N 3esh. O3s" him "Wmet he*MootYIh the IN"tgo"wa in theA NtO N ob
W oo mm Vim that IW ol m I W. W Mhs- besvI3m b m peirm dim ama ap rW Ass e b
stifk in me, 6" 61"m h the Isra It orae
Me Gwas Arr m agw (o ewl
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whoa'CYL minLste at Wshega~ 1 to) la. hsq )oiW hey wee frthe J1W J.~ru NrrO ik
fi~kr m ub- ( W Its"" W 09 u W4"r bA Me
Mowa # amt we 60 1 Advu" so am*w7V


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OI. ,I WoN, WIss 1.4 4 ret dlad Ia &M w 5A. A1 y f.s. a. m J11". m 9 Al
*oftOwe ower hswr t his metru to sIs I. Thayadeft t ,at&o tedPer"". Is
tbno ym of o md t umdoftmt WftSm" wom is vwbgP" MAM IN KAL ETATT.Waimtam lo

ehihrvrw of wpaui Obaf ge Wi oil u-* so 6 W. -e& '"osp Ir:essis to all two... s I be
Ix I16"kheld ayee. w r plered Ish. RuIr we a W9 e 01 th Paid t (s t be a
owaC.,h Nos botmo MvI *a d the e "avw #4 bel ISAY0" CUTP- Ms 0 -k aS M- 68k~
WisroodLltuf o hebal "O. Aa bee Thi a m sd sademt p
vi SCM. It is e vood Marshal Ar o 0% MW so Crp Wo ftsio &ft vr a Imcm Or APNL AI" ma I_ --
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theme stot elinafuse uonh.* alt m wt p4 a .nte~ 'rs
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P of Cammer Lam.
'IhP .l DVestigatoln.
IL. SUWANNEE RIVER
I9 Silent Depth to Light-
1Phft to the Gulf, Wher, It
"melrred to Vessels for
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la about to be '
attuAlve Industries which, BecoU
wtil lo-ar the opeai'g nprop r
miwjb n of transportation on -pMrW
river, from Wuanoe d rnl d it
s too the Goltf and will save
thousands of dollar Srnql 4bDU
bnbelgbt charges.
Ommer, of the Cummer Lum. PR
4=epmnIy, Jacksonvll, L. L .
mpera toendet of the phob< ,Dr .j.'.
de pirtment, and W. R. Steckrt, _
m mmSA omlu w of the CUmmmer
e, ft Theday night for 0edar Metinu Presbytery of t. qlvm .
SThee g atlemeom will proem d n onmpaace wit he M
Oedar Key up the 'uwasnee wrator Rev. W. II. D at Oaf s (
IRV*r to take soundlian with a view speald meetig a ta 0 ?iprt lo
t aseertalntag the feoaiblity of.trana, Sumane was heM fli AIat f r
Sphoephate from the amim of ,bytraM ebhah at o t tty at 11
t e Wedt Ad down the river to be o'clok Ttusday -n
Slead eda T els for report he a Thee wer pe ,aM at tli
Sei*rtof the cOUmer Ne" SrSaw to the Rev. Dr.DSe, Rov. 4 U Thimpeir
'I t 1 ert0 y dotrlVst. enUv l lles frot or Hll h Ot-e- I16f1.1t .a 1r 1
e im ermwhteh tact wi ll al so eof Ala.bft 1n s It ,n
S ate the tullding of a railroad from ot i iantwlmlsM a
t' various iUes to the point of load tere t iN tas -
et Me ItYeen. The 1olas %- M 1- s to
SpBtoor the products of the thoir repestve W day.
"t IMe have been tra: ourted either t <
to Jad tkMville or Fernandlna by ranl, m jd.st _
S'i TI the railroad computes a lool oag tiM am ge S ta S
h4a- l r d naturally necessitatin city bt ti emMl" la "-1. b
4" aretul Investigation will be made, mother.
eaV it practical this mode of moving Mr. 4jk-r4 gte tat t W y
.A*I products of the Cummer mines Imr.mia g *I / M lag
S:4U1 be established. It will open 4p gcuY@ M A e l telw 66 fee
a new line of Industry along the Bu. and Yo ieeM m e ge-
,1MUavee which ti bound to prove of algrotr N J tU4 Ie tI aIt
to a large number of people. we,.
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Naqth elm l Attacked by
'hI~esi W jle y Poultry.

all6MALA., ~u~~e~llknownsand
a--sbr louI NId~Yh ber family
Os~C~I me~WU quite- am ci
~s~ee. leebowsca I"
an Owwwo n~~b~ ot am or-I
KOWays sca ufa4 %M
flisJ empeelesh 9iu'lisst v earhel
bw b"
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V" ball "MA bm IiehWS
now, aas aeoe bamwheat
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he m Immme1 uter, thet dl.
pheenre St whl im to Ill~
"-U7 of W"' '400 se ssm ft
mea.. The MUI ~J Aei~ a sadi

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1urpwitiie, Log alnd
wibLt 50 to W4 hea'l.


(nIos, umler
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Death Of a WOlIWmeW O10r e 0 10 D, 'Deva Ai. MOUkzl,

n oftIaY'oei I *I....
aObIv Wtio or "Uncl Ome go"
as e in u Imillarly ald a rm.W0MeeSbl
ed mum ab m .t the et adowatI
AMasus an*, died at ba hem Mmm
theIn hi8th baaving rescew heap A@SU TO.W VNS
t"a m CULARK & FIELDING
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lie am I Is w s known a th drYsm,
ftok wsottKmunt, werem h had so
qfiled A gd w"erw sad a e6s.
tvesblehm amt o"wesawrmo sr..
uinemsra het IIft Al en OWe eara
therew a, a but to tisw Slanea
mIe eaves a tom ot ob G ota em ftatafteNoua"le
eve low "A eme amow, WI ot
Whm arn 00#m iN the ImmeitVu.
"llustot no as bes awk -A---
uolghhmhed The ma have mhn Atmhb a*.. Iah..i ,*
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p .ileowe" w oeI a esmiates IIA"PC"
.00 lop" ShuIr eb. IU f ll Io- tt '
funeal OW -stheMIhF a begs aow
$am ot "people, 46" a at GAO
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,Thona. Li~t. Stock (' mpany, in GOwiO lSI,
yol noa in 1.4il of a go.gb Hor or It Mu WdS
j nd thip "alf, a th Len wiU crtainlv bl sow
B ARG AIN'S.
MIS 5TK~K ~l"T 1W 4)LI) under fwig-
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.re K tras ft qani i r1 U to ther hoam after a peasant At rious parts. t --
a a Mo Bitto Cer .a h. oMrr D in a e to .be H a Bs,
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't a. of er ;)_M. at. hoe.the uccssfdo~~L, mechabq.. s ,ft..t -m .
among those *ho speettyee. Ju.aIn





of, In assa, whe.-- MIC t elso eeoG
lEr ,u ,yesel w M I99 a. vit'o'r* ,,l ,R Fas r trettdi the fa alty of her unoie,t , sns h'. ,



i Whi. of h a M MA t y a M. B. .r, pstor of t*fm we he a eirest Two wrede ma b u"a" f ppeB-



"i bre. ,** .e hi-m, ht lg p lu- m .. ... whi hs booee qui ter a rtckr Is much t wM r tt- i, bt .... ta
l BotirM Bami s aeW t s lUe who makes pmak *p ah te hopia I h
Itre, .lst i..,l frS.S W,. en. _,ieds. o i at Waldo,-to. wa to w, k w t set on o rA t t ; aat
wla sbeei? ntff4a M s sken s qty W at i hoedWys. on Th ate day.or9 Both tr e U *f
S 4 i lt. M Mr Johf Dyal o H pto has, rk im m iih tkc", r
a t t u re M to hrc hotet after a plemout of various parts, etc. sr be
this.l ... ..?ek t s^ wb hg qg U s to her daughter, Mrh h P. tt ken to the .h Spr.ul A p ,nto
Br a, l -r,( -B .-.- M . of DeHv_ oL .olqtela Ina tbt cpity. be placed together 'a.ath. .










Im W. I, w. oii SW gpe soW" be jority the,--ha v e, nol, --
M Woa a.v .l Wp itwr as. WMrs. 3C. Mat Wtheo ms out agan, after M. M. te att of Otte Cre o f
L is t ride are cgla to ire et him once gres-tve evy conty ta '_ T


^j(.^u1i jE, ry i^ In s4tlug t_yiy.Bim^*i4. Mre Mcsr, at 2. Mrs.u SlliaIRs
99W19Mr J M ast or. ._ tra. NA mo e .

wie d i.. ,,.._ gfl lsOr et we --s, hashon t iEeta o Wet ndd ,e hale been woroan-outNa



s.a-.. -- '' - .swhr t l,. al ,t'o -, .--s Me re I' h re. H. vorton who has io t ,tt oeetion or the er.t
Sto bee quite i at h home on We The laborer ho m to
fter ta ini ....... A ..A.. MS c trt fotr wthe paat mo.th, lndu s cla have T o
H Ims, M***pea t*. Ft asW. wM me a i.wi P leans Lr.t dth h to eo reIsf ."mWltMm "t-
i l t..w .e s Io ,, 5 w. .a egis_ p e ..u.. ..,I ority Io Ur hae oMlfa
NN rh hem Meo .i ft as .* ILJ Mr.s.. J. A. llam of Ala o the to sthoee e the or tlb f


3. W. Wo, .PMS ,te AI h ihvw. ,ie be aem tomro hngh bo. p t
mobBlin anp .isthtw .M *n ma the burr o the H osp tarrPy Atl T reae s
g.5, vis his absumee',Mir. Na Mi. t- Ur, aseso -d h em med un.t .a Het tI brath
*,--o-, tb Wit te~i sg ,e. W' ,, l. w, m o sn ere ei" o Jest -a- W-al -- pWrcw hihhaun
eIN"AU"e.a wh1e h e fes a ta m- hees gven Lster. hi tot











Bhas ret Uss fwe a es "i m Maink The ndin ami m ei al-ss of The Diii. eoint *eof a ehtas to *lae <( "er the
Oa Ta CoIileJeh W. Da Dei '' t>m ^ *** esrdy MIr Oerr* hi Is ^P. tNje M tmro. alsho isor
N pot: by,^.?, anm4de The Su ^a---ebP s.t uepetm"!mfr uera pesters


y o ti ta 1.o 1ra the laes s the t erlMe Ie lMM .-f J. e. nta ea m~as e sI e iee th'rulck s, mos
w ter ha'W ,'"do royi N. ~b. t l, ter ao O. atem os trfe c t, e ihok* went I
stite, whepdr tlleeas w le nt.wtA&&uawl oa la terlhra Ror. In I sbi CUT. bhe p naed ato ethe






















tor eas -Mr.Wthe w o t an Ao u7 W.t the ae ftW. O st wi.te ldW TheeI ne l. ? h pai a t ecpe. atea fwo te or o aer U U C amofwetter rCe* of
ah Vol tMo bb A *5 the pein ao eeodte a*tn d t t s la l ar ipghtIN e ate Ca thd we e e sutere tan l e &sUAt. $t
Ms "Jti W um, LWitto W4 Ourll of sevr "Ys: aotl igit hlom tha se f om the Hmp at Uu W To2S
g a ttjat a j7 b^ t ^-T.nHi Mso e tid w gla toaot g hdim tocw grseioln. Dp Icut r.n W e wHI re-








e h eew ti o i o ove ta toe fe a t0 0O MtG ww iso ntv aref l n, hhe sre ht"e'o att low Mim Fem of of- th ir is s
Wb ftri nLSS de* I"e .arw OW'famee*headthee awdt,. oMp The .. pn trterS teet. a, e ger eeeta r SO l
anye Jl. >1y to olI r ^ bnn ". W. Oerrti 04 cait on' ua asl nesso,.t W .' .t




















~hasa baee se. aat tee to ,M re street Wo h tao aLSet^ wwal -I m- or. Mr. Qorrsh t.ao Ms bee them ethtao t constry dis tsr.
amsd wlll be te nmpleted made* se mp and kiled lqtsr. of hogs. ro -L R pA W Ota Mi. Ink Poweltlsh and child re





B|^the ft toi Mr. ThWeh s .-eh afd eribms are sleIr anfb Nh VaWl I are the gests ofo the Crmerst
wa he sta fed and te people are happy. e. J Wckd of velweh ea Mr. a e ed Mrs. ..to U Chees sa




f.4 4 gtsln, the dshw 1Oet T. P. Davis, a wel oemw sad se a.mere oWf the ah p Wet ae Hmml aMr. 0auel dues ha tes remov. *"
f Mr. aNd Mrso . u # Aoof toa ree of enky Pt. was meFredso ad H. Mro M.a to Te sU rad hs family s IUt rel
||llteinwb ai wm at big b4r on aa4 The laoes oho hoIeW At'o mn mk Lt aa ld Z lIl 11 *b
|^^ eibwta, twoY~ weelu he be e*rW tt Wn tluhat be ;"Z --O -f th rl sl oaar e of th ta { l ^ r


lilU'f M r. aad Mre. H. r. llottee.^ er o Rok to w aa J. AM < r* a. laa of theIfy tU re





6018 d" "WAVAAYr ft akift 0 do u i 14o ad sededban In akw- rbQa~w hb- vnv it.- sacre e" It no 4@0


lb. musrw.M a few a days eaw In he cRtY i4ii. Mir. ft u m- 0do Mr. WaId n her. Ut g hme doles.UP" a 1 0 We carry the MOST A
10 baV* bb IN~ rA SPI Oak a r VIS &UW &Mt as Ln his te"i*ss dag 60 eS& 3. Cm Halego
1 lwam a Od wh.red ba at itwo SMW o tw o t pcfrade lae been Y7L Weed estfsm.TENSIVE and UPjUP
"40dSW ftw L 4 6040 Of tW tft tm ftem *W& may &a- OW t la W ON me this tr,. th L reot cella onh cse daATE line om -amovs,
bIs 0t siN. aNd S dW m he a bU fwas toWeftt. amid theme t A meat t v 60 1ebeevib lt o f th im of h bt lier. J 4it 1\fllVcb* QagU C
O1 rme n `0 *his ls atprmSem that pduct ham bow so Im 'atl d Onds 0. Ih Oe N. fae wio is in un r hu Butc Knr K ives ign tbis
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