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 31, 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: VID01191
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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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY,


JANUARY :31, 1908 TEN CENTS A WTISI


I0 I r i TO SERVE 24-YEAR TERM.

"0r Tyranny, "Army Bad Man," To I.
v Transfemrd to Leavenworth.
i -New York. Jan. 30.-I)ebcribe1 by'
ThaW's Ra Oltcer of Governor's island a the
"*rmy bad man," Hiugh .tolphus
e 'r Thyranny, now in Irons in Catlv. wil.
S- liUam, will soon be triansferredl to

ISANITY THE M DEFENSE L orth to serve a Lweutwroo.-
year term.
Tuesday the army% ofler: on1 the'
strict Attor'Wney Je Will kum Up island told why Thyranay :I kept un.
ople's Cas toe Jl y *ad Mak that dr the aos iturvelllnco whlh thbtv
have adopted In his case. l!, airiv-
Thaw Be Convikedt e M -Wer In the ed from Havana recently) un r guardI
First Degree. of three united Stat4 mIar-iin.. TThr
day before landing, v oy i.zli hbiin
liew York, Ja. 30.-4&ve for arI walking In a peculiar nman ioi i'nmov-
lots of the attorfS el thle care ng bis shoem, they t:u, I, i ,,oe of
the jud4e, th t htdr HarryK K. them a six-chambered i.lz i.', r iic:
,chara eWi wlth'A murder of be had manuied to scr.-t' i som
ford White, Il 4l011. manner. Additional i,...L:i.', wo.re
Afetr Ipeont efanMlyBU weks In then taken to prevent ::i .u. :ii;l:ting
t uin.g to til XISo "prodIMed any further stock ,of lanis;o'I'.gu, we,.i
both side e C i aM, the Jury on.
HI now lltatm to th (adrc s of Mar- 'lyranny' community iiu..! ,.t,)w
W. IAtleOi, I w chief coun- him to have hon 1 ,,. i :. ..,.cr.
I. In his addrw, there will be lffalrs involving uia:d ..
)othlng of trhe tS1i1 O which cat' telncesr lt! h, taLor -., ,, ', lie
o the oourtrooi l t fArst trial roctoved his lo.g: so.m :,. r ,r what
lhe Delphin M. DlasII at the time ttm paper (describe .1, :.; : k;tl
Oeducting the dele li, appMlod to a lieutenant andt nrtic ,'.ubbltini I
Ie unwritten law m a defense ct the former over th. i1 I i a i big
~sW action li kiI White. stick and repeat dlI :.: uig tLe lIat.-
In Mr. Littleton's aldrelsthere will ter.
e nothing that ha sot appeared li -- I
he testimony In o0p olaurt, nothing OIL TANKS SET ON FIRE. I
lt p!ain defense f InBanty.
On Thursday, DlatVot Attorney Je- Lightning Caused Spectacular Fire at a
snie will sum up te.people's cuase San Luis Obispo, Cal. (
tthe jury and oavicted of iutrder i the first de- P re hhich stalr.I ri,, rT .,rm.)n t
ree, a conlctlon which would carry In an oil tan t,.tnrigil : ii1, Ilon
rith It the death pIttR. Oi 01 company. at IPri llrfl.l. 1)b a
It is known that Mr. JOMge be stroke of lightnin,. lhurnue.l for many
evte that Tbaw I ~Tw lanae and hours before finally contrnuilo,1. c('nstml.
IWays has been tlnm*a and it it o Ing with their oontehnts the tanks b t
sret that he woul be stM*ed With otnging to the Staitard tol '-ompany.
verdict which OWlld Wse the ytoU No other damanu ma.. di,,n, altlhou
'ttsburcer to a aasl4u for the real it was thought at onei iif. hat noth-
( his life. Mr. Jerome cald no lag could save the Narie hotel, the
limlsts to the si ts 0oom, t the Port Harford wtaif and several cotb
austy ple., ad I =D tore In a tage belonging to workmen arout) t
stilon to VdlicaUe the tetitoory g tih oil tanks.
a by the ew s efM for tthe de All of the contents of the hotel
me to his h rt's stest. Os the "d the oottage were removed to troe
leacltoa o f Mi. hwtlrr MLresu, aecks of steamers or to Iurruundidn1
tetlce Dnwllag wlO4UW Us hare hiltl, and the Inhabitant fld t t he
the Jory. It Is possible that Mr. 'hlll., santily clad, t a heavy ria t
iwme will alsb Ia suoA time on torm. A large quality of oil was
Ihbday a to l Or t spTryd of rl over the ground by frluent
Ie charge that lht-. It 0o, the Uxp)oeons and ran down on to the we.
Me will no# at mes ia tJhei ury. If, tes of the bay. blaszng flircely.
over. !t le neewaIy, Judge Dowl- T'h total lose is, l,,l,,i'd at $150,.
9g will wait Ustll Priday mornlag t10
slrver his charu. However, the cas e ----
as) ,o. there is little qaleo th asiCOL. ED CALAWAY CEAD.
iirry K Thaw's tIe V b In thbe I
asd of the July by An PFrMay. Was Pobably the Best Known Hetel tl
--- Men in the Country. n
NIGHHT PIDti 0 URN *AINS. Forsrh, (;a :, "J; -(4;ou4l *
a 1. Cala a-sy, form 'r; < f A'rk at .I I
lty cf Between T'Mty and Fifty Vis. Kimball bosei' ii \ oI '>t i ,. oft
it Adalrevile, Ky the beet knot, it. "a the ute'. t
Al. . '"o. Ky.:; J 3 .-Night died at tlas o., .. %;:% .. ,: ,od-'
ld" ,*::."d two leI barna on the aedIay mornl,.: I'. '. .tn Ill uly'
koM ,,f Ime BrrT, OIne le we t of a short tirr.- I' *. 4 '"i to a
9. ',-dMayr "lt. 'throat trouble I
T- ,irnq ollamlael e small lot of Than Co('n'r ; **, l 'r h r was t
a n,,',,lonngl t Prow kttrtskand, got, perhaps. a '*** pwn oa l 11
t;):-.f Btar, wt*bo t t a a Me n In a thl ,,.'.. n:, :''a',s. In fact.
Wr' ark T1'obsesO OIrwee Pro- be had an acqi.iLr' ..r" '* amitut trvel ,
ti *I '.iatito.L AAsther bars on 1g men that .v 'i ,Il .' te'r the Ittre
6 plac (tI taltallg I& s croemp be- Ualted Stat~-I aind a r, the o 'r'< 'o link Ward. ass elation -
m notm wt ed. KILLED HER MOTHER. d
': 1 not a members a tbe e a
b*a'r., ,he 0IB an dllrled VTooming Was Acc'dentatl---u Wne
r .I) a alarg ew to bltr Thougkt To B UnJloaded.
jy 'r ama ti h he state Dir:,ra,, \ 'L w e' --Ne
, i a heavy toees. C 1 rontrecMor
S -d tLat .there were be ,,. ... ., *. luilsv.We d
and Yf ty r ataw Is he 'av'e ,. e s" oth of
; ,' eite MlB a Wtar dl41- frin!: t .... .:rh( ot ad N
r ter letly eoopi* l -
'.I o awo y )- lWlgh Kflllam. ,, '" .. on a v0aia I. 1l
datity. Tb L ki;.n, ; :- -) acridelwtl,
I"* - y Mr* .- a i o sw ,wI te
r* down ; -, Mr ha Mbaae s
-, .rk..a. N.-fre h novri Ue C"" *>-*tB th p f t t e tb ,'t *,, , .,!. re lM'dI t


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_KW wabgm rtwwt U.,ld j~ 7 4G ot~-
less-"a Pon latA ) -I I Zh -42 4
the A1W to= SOW *J --. rrt term.


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PARIMEIT OPENED


Mt Usuai CU M AMs Observed



THE PROCESSION OF ROYALTY

King Edward and Queen Alexandra
Rode from Buckingham Oalace In
Glided Coach of State Dr;.n by
Eight White Horses.
london, Jan. 30.-That ni t rare
event of a l.<:ldon winter. a < .r and
Iunny) dlay. l.ivo od the royai prlocs-
1lo* to \\t-twinster WVt .'nlday.
uahereo l In;g EdI:ar i opened pat rli:i ue'lnt
wih th tlo lt l e erren:onlles ll.i I bio
been obhsrvort for centtl es.
-KlIng EJdward anil ( eien AIv\tindlira
roude front iticklng)am i'Paln 't3 o the
hours of parliIIn.:t i a i'! 1 *. ('tCl
of state draw n b) ellght Wiltt. hlrs
St. Janimeit ark a;iil Whilt.!. i1l wA i .
unusually y crowdlel and the -.litrra
who ,guatlrid thio way h.a thlni ,:i
full in k.it'ling tihe iu,o- le Ia I,
A tl hAt amnl oflcfi ltli. Inrludlin, pi,.r .
n 'timlhermt of th e. hou.lt .f .v i, ,.'


bisholps, Jutle1g anl diipk)nll t ,iiiy
if theu atilA t In nitlfornl ,:iau r I.,i
of stat,'. II; t,'t (ae chimbe'rs f l rdl,
when a fanfarn innouncc'd the entry of the bt.iIt I''o-
'on don.
Kinga Edlard read the( ri, 'eI h from
lhe throa. Qtleen Alexaad:a ws;it
it itld on I rltIar of state at i ia', illl
and the Prince and Priuce s of W\\'tles
were on h1~ Ieft, and he was ,ieiiiiunti.
d by a grIrop of state oScer,.
'he menace of as outirek on the
Prt of the wo nie sufflragst of hag.
mad gave an auneual lnteran to the
ormal proceedings Wednesday. While
t we onot antlclpated that the agita-
orn would disturb the king, they
hreatened to make thins Interestlon
or the members of the hobue of per.
lamut., parIleolarly t there was no
metlon of utfra Is thIe speech from
he throne. The only ladle admitted
o the allertee of parllamatt were
hose for whom tbers vouched for
I wiltian as their wives or relatives.

TOPPLED IO TRKETLc.

set Trail on New Orteans and North.
Western Wreaked.
aII.tleht.ur MU1- Jan1

are of the fat New Or:eau and
>orth.mweter mnrthibound paseesger
rain n. 4 toppled off a Iw t're-w l
ear nmre Tureaday end rl'. clw n an
mbannkmen without kil lli or fatal I.
injuring a perwan.
J.it north of >f tlra' irsh'r l!' t
senler Jumped the track ,e the t
ian hit the treatle. 1 eIasin*
leaIrd the trestle iafly, I it the tUo-|
lr, bliraae and mall rar" 4ad ay Coarhe pleased over 'w rside nf
be structure Theb .:," ing rcas
walasfd on tfh tree.
Dir Johsesb, of LArera satny.
Ililasfppl. wbase bhp wait stfed.
ma tbhe mot seriouly aj I'ed of the
aaeeaen. )
rverTal others wer palhJlWy hbrl
,4 The ml car eMaufht Or ad we.
eeromyd with all the I sil.hth t
lude4 matter waly for potilte i


'we" Clacla"OStlAW Now Ow e".ss

Merer Ak*Me Ceepleted.
SCtw T'sr, ha 5. Tne m7 o
nr raT the !fslotlm aIro6 O4 met-
an 'he MeIrlm Natee t refienad.
4*e Yof t amls) me ow y. 11V beo
mm.idfoit *"Ma wgok" .Itoo days
,Nder thoweeamet krea14 1 w t

to be oVp*t10100 44 me1 heed6
ofwhieb wil bege wd 0,o'f to Sb.
axhhoidde O46 stlie 't. 44 Mad
First maoortab he*& '-l'saf4%
w *at Wand sad OMS.5- U =am
we be*& at 4hpw ent e kdm




Airmay ew
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SANDKRS MAY WIN.

Ohbanos Are He Has Carried Loutal-
ana Gubernatorial Primary.
New Orlesan, L ., Jan. 30.-
Ste4dy lalni for J. Y. Sanders In the
count of the denitcratic state guber-
natorlal primary indlcetdl that he hai
won the primary, carrying with It the
oirtaInty of the ,tc'ruornhip of lou-
ilan c at next April's electluoo. San-
der carried the ely of New Orleans
by between 5.:lthI anil 10,04) votIJ,.
In early returns fnl l the, sate at
larCe hi l!ed 'T. 8. -llkluiou by about
3 votes to I.
Tn heI Its ehloiiet Ii the sat'e pinatr I

anlldhilatWl cllni lg .i ctry .at'l)
rtl ullr nn ll ,ilntlc tl that .l.l t'e111int t; v.,
erntor J. Y mSawti .. ,' .tiof ; vtan.
diiates. bInd carr.fl Nw <)r0iians by
a IroI' m rt li a iii | lt. iiit'1- of Th"e <*
doaite S. i\\lkl- n ithl e'iK.r iplanterl ,
w'ho i- thi Ith 11" ( her c'Anntl .'fte,
clalimtid that the n.iiirlnh ii IA ihtta ist,
foi :! i |1p!it, r nail q ii'r eill I lthe NSew
Orluan \a I, :u I I 'v i naulinter of
the alt< 1to eIt- ible :.'e o nlltie t.
A -.'Il liw,'(eit( of Ihii dilty 'wa the
,li'atl of M, % % iii n;i,,tt'n ilmlot'her.
M rK. .1 i i \\ i:,llln.t ,, l'h re. lt ll
111 N tw ): 4 llPl, .A11 hadl lltc ll uII b lltO
It lie. -
WOMAN DRANK POISON.


Sohet oro or in-Low fee~rw g.

tisis IY~lor.- j..,iu tonur 'WtSa hi
buspA e' ?IP' a, 969111
ir hlued i. erta Wl? lsadep. EI e
*of'. s, o I k wbv'eet PerYos cit age.
be 1W)#*' '4P sah oWas mattonlag &boat
jbero nom 0 %fourr fr,4. the bulle

wraior cThe ltla


Asnwweeot Was Lew.
aily V..geda 'e t w* d.bow
y ownf oe a'.IreOlP e ts 4
L. owde.e.4w'!. ON-1
Caut4 mbe g.i.a-ml Podiat Is


Medic.~r hrre Saw Vi Z

cum% J" -.cT"
do -thW"a# 0 w a"OAp 4


ROBBERS MAKE HAUL


Looted Miafl 0., Fzpms 01



OVERLOOKED $40,000 IN GOLD

While People Were Sanding Abut
Depot, Masked Men Knocked IE.
preus Agent Unoenesleus and Then
Robbed Ilprees Company.
tMalOin1e., O., Jan. 0,--8bortly at-
te'r lmlaliit \~'tWlenealay niornlll two
iiiake.Id lmenl 'iltero l the olic of the
I'lIoild Stai,'t *:ilpr, ompaly at the
I'tlon deipoi h,'i, knocked W111iam
lhjiiiow, th. i(ilo, iiinic)Ini 'ous., sa
thlin go awa) wiIth $1, I010 wblle many
IMpat. i itg r h'i'i"lt i u.'iIt tho statlo
W litlii for ,tI 1t il1
A l.hai (cii' tl iln Ig ( .f1000 In uildd ly-
Ing .eair Ihto Il' cA onltalning $00
wa, ,viei loiIo<, biy Ihe rotdtrs.
I'ole. raithli i '6 |roi'lIptl)' *eat to
li* VIt.nI of jil a i iiti y t(owns and a
a 1i.tlMi J41ohn IM.' rii' il Joseph at*
vr'nl HiIe (.,i II elnto ci 'ut4ody at New
lnll,,l n 'Ilith hail the neck taken
from.4u s'*a Himlutn l\:in'e, o 'to Pen-


we* --.00 0* SeAW #W ftee' d.
&wmo.he JA&.s o. jrmey sa.w
=1608 fromu Ab te MOO Eof mspoor 0.
wesrft bore 4 e bow dura *, Not.d


thait rit s- a bhed ows o
(sewsj rKO W 0d1 ep

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Kuam CiY, W. P0 --, At Wd
de the OMAthe aessiL*8nsw. 4
the but. soonwaft F, I" *
"efts o f a XW WWI bu IAmP

brma aed t" he, P o byof"*
how A pgw es Ww Nhr


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Then Sent Newspaper Noet, of Her tali.i., :.L:,0u
Secret Marriage. t4tln, h, i lh l '4, Cutonfised
New York, Jan. 30.. After erntdlln and l .pil'th ilI M.cliltinlly.
to a neeI'i aper the Intlintii tietit iof A't't>iite'K t Ht'v,'n' story the
I hIla miritlat,. *which occurirteid 8'it 21, mOly ualrl'tl laIt 'Tlnolday night
list. Mrs. (learylu I. ears drank il-' from t1eltihoes, (., anil was conitgned
Ponn T~w it1v n trtiuht t 15d Ini a I)'yng to a bank Ilat Hilnlttl (I. Httevesi
e nditlun al a nuaplital. Mlid Mn;inutrily, who has a reforms.
MitI. itws wasL Miss AulgisiIla IIlerk troy rteordl, tlpped no the arrival of
laint, ofli t II4uil, Iand was married the money and emnokd up the erheme
weiln she *an 17 years of aae to a Mr. with him and Met's to rob the ofle.
IrAniron, of New OrlenIs. After a 'klio nnlty uae arrested
few years tiey separated and her rlt- ---. ---
atvee bave.ber:rd little from her slnew. CAPITAL CONSPIRACY SUIT.
On a tale ta her Pooi Tuesday
nllht, bealde the bottle which ow Stanferd I. Lewis AppeaIred Wt.
talnrd Ihe poison she had dreak, wa neee for Commaweelth.
found a note aslkng that Mrs. A. V. Harresburg, Pa., Jal. O0P.d4ae
Neidrrhaue, 00 Maple avene. St. ferd if. aewlis of PhiladltphIla. asaI
lnils, be aotlfed. There we a"1ao a to Archi teeth Joseph M. Ifes.
a brief note for her husbaal. who deaelled the state epial sad Its
Sir *Or* did oWt live la the Me ai br liags., was a Ittlasse tr he
bo:re with his wift but Is aid Ito o mMweaJti ageln e WaUeeasy at
have ben a frequ t visitor there.Ihe trtal f the apai seprasy
He slated that be h IN of no reaoe s lsI. |.w1ta Ie of Itheosl u Int
why Mrs Sears abould have att"ept' 4td aI IRa the preoWesi, hf rla
ed to commit euicde. *emept that *he beeI ledited a two charges of n
was to undierg a rtokm operatioa on splalcy 1iolvlgl $9,704, but haL set
r.truary 3 HIe refused to state why yet hem tried.
the marriage had bees kept ser et. ewls wa s killed lte TIa y after.
..- ..-.-- -- aion to esplal the plaes and spell.
RIOTING IN LIION, eUCtoes prepared by NMastm hr the
.-- furnishings of the ospltol Uad arl to
Many Peeple Weunded DurIng Otl esptla 'the "qeIatltke plaM" apo
turba4e O0ew Polities. wiello orb4rs *er tOvee at vilreM
IJ.,ia Jan. 10.--lThre was s out. times for the f urale1hIM.
brrek of plltiral riotIng on the 'IThe "quaellltes plas"I' i* bl
tlrere of this city Wadtsweday after. print bowa9g be amioutt ad tobattoe
imaoin n btrtb shoUt wr, flred and of all furUllere i the reallaol
sonse piple wouakd The d1inrt.rdsi
blowever, wrre of sblort duratlln The VlRDtCT IW ARO0 C A .
pollr. had recdrved warn:n l ad '4
vase, nmcl thw) ( art promssltl Ij ry P'lade ef eInd O t M-eill-. m.
'The cmrowl wmadl *' rf strerrolvers', wd U Lif tatwo .
ant for a few aleut e the AcSn warl aisee;s llM, U t.. Jas S.-'Thejry
b*ee. Lt t # *po4l gae* es a 4 '' '4 < twsw 00 oarl I0
the r-< 4 ** disaperd .y omere | JohL Iltard, nherbrd with e 1 e11 T
An t 4cil statUemewg, ied aener o* it heather t-law, W. 0 llsamLd
thIe est.oe;r aa s eaem:tr ef pera I 1I EnIa roty. rfetrmed a vToep a
eane relvred mortal woeons gIity Wedamedy with a resasm
There hal bueen o futrtthr outbreak dSi 1that *trd be 0 ( th pi-"
$ad the t rtl m* qIm t i tlary r life,


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SLOW RATES


TO THE INST!1


;,3a te of One and n0a 1
From All Points fai

THE INTEREST IS INCREASNW O

Director Rolfe of the IExperlhmt t'*
tlon elieves There Will e a 1
Crowd, Represensting wa e
of WF6rld"-m rtSer S*v


f i the time grows D#ar for
eadnlag of the arnmers' lostitote
S eISttr, ftr*est oaC aien a i l
S iteesteWd atelopate a modt
'2 mntis. A ood crWd to siultets
r''(- Prof. IRof, dlrotor of the FlerMi
bxpermoetal ara, has reaTed
Sforai that ar te *
stookam will be prse-t r varUes
Sotion of. the Stat, eve wVn.O





ben PbIsed.isa atm tee ti l
1 be* Apdosy riWe 1 a6odt6






S' ew rates hae he a t. v w be
a trU road trip reot 0 pdsatr St
I 'logrids. th
*.s proaram, which has, already



t ha p.itef wit a mo t terta m
ws*, Msa mp destlMSa to s h )St of see


WlP bOst ad erowim them orhm



Mi m Wrdn, wI o b* t 9A o OWl
uvo P" rto k masiMse do er


A e M las $s iM is tent. w i



Im, ts be ta tn ta w t o Oft will
#'0 at fe hd lut ofi 4ft
assh i ane e4m Uao sob de ah

The utiWleK wit libe hlst oa t



dayW W., A. Tlhm4 l b dd 1 ol
i at pn h weos toao o v 1* Ush
bh the nAtNH li;hi b t8.
The tS e re th te ralos I

oNOr the 94W h0 1o4t fa
Ss. 6 advat of m s te thhi






TRem Meute ors bte thea ms VeN
fa a They to eat sar d
.w mvei r hav htato shoore otton





R wo henW om rawfLn. tUs iae


Sup t eo re sa the tat 4 eu ti

b ans Tk of a k Ut tllrege




the skim eachyear dleoses anow rat
eW thoo Atorop pol atlmt rat

eotake tta trike awt hW tofL
hi lenlfath. You aw o the Wne fa


pitehfork downthougb the oeter
aof h read, and airs M t rll stat d
up nad btn for hours. but draw
sharp knife haree the back of his
k andhe Wta ll wil wi a dow t
the ratla v oeas. The power oto
Isp iroi Med and the taourret at
sound the warming Is carried aby the
sItnal Cord.
It pelsR Meke ohave to may that
whiskey Is not as ratldote for the bite
of thae att esao ; hfac tIt to about

SIt beatsr the blood ad thusO Stum
harp knte aeroMus th aefk of es,
nck and te you headwill ita d ady.
Not ot pee oua t od ar drrm trck
bou a rthe wareaie to carried by the
It palmI he to have to tah thate




athe rwusat thir the patnit ws takb
SIt iatru tce blowout band tad dlors
ms lat o t admep.o of th ucr th
wand stee y e headras te aket day.




Not oIe yare out ofs a do trcama





hem beat the boaed. your kl, rd
tap accute for lhet Wahy burn tyi
waesrd car caratyl not to uat too
meUae or too dwp. amd eeckt It
wounl. The W aod takw wl te It a
Sua.rft Ifyou ar ta ad reasba
th at te blade of your knt rd


Ra)rg~C. N. V. Ja. ~C h~oe
t1 o r.esetlvtih be pawl the mw
Vo. Mu Opp *0~ e h
u". of aw e wonmWis
.*1 %0 roPsecWi.a I eeO S
(-%q a aw bmtu I ft~` Or to
frebdm doeeg

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b"T e o atows"

oer pmo 01 ido sw e sr
Mra AMe e0art or at M #

aell a-Uhe m w l an e adivto
fineiL therg mLre -



drst part of tB "aa l aft-a -o

Deed." were the tas ate. o* the
merses at W ietaila Gre o In

the New York 1Teser loot Gea e.
IUan add to e dw so With
a*ab *BB| a **4a ***r *M*k^J*
"Wad"r byv tr Oam *. W llatmo
A Stevens, bToy The. oMsem Tabr.
Mciw's Douglas, there wail be A
staglg movty aclled the *DIXe Cot*
0legs a a "Inohim the singing
forum of the ompar of reader am
equidw"vowl arr gemetS T
rly Clamm wag. tio stagtgn erm
amble will revive pleptst memordes
a ~ete days at Tale, HarvaUrd
hmv CoreWNl aoPries. Wiliams
Geptown ad University of Vir

OULES FOR STOOD OtISS*TdN.
A implerWay to Prevent and COur
SMsesk Treubih
The n Mr bo t adligstuo and
stomach wekasm % soud eat slow
ad eew the bUd thoroul.
dti a the majority at People have
hady soabsed thedeolito toomach
that they may ith ditresr fte
eatinflatloen Pchadahes, gomhwe



te muselar walls of the stomach ad
lacrneae the flow of gastri uiems so
that Indgestoa n will beto urd.
MIona pubt the whole di stive sys*
Lea In such shape that It can oar for
all the food that Is eaten without pain


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40" ba tills V1411 oneL
if~ii~d~Pdat 10101VOS IOD .


dt .t int~o esdla. pTaks*SR
l bssw'.
wu hwalo a t. S.



tiw At Of 1t



bet we W e o hadthis, with
Ise Susafts"e ooe .y Tb
atm VieLtt Ltt 4W edbeaura.
SJ2k~f 7.4BUhOI Sheb..


OWN bbas Aebe
J so* Ogtpl I we lsle to
azebg felt Iner-

.Dlreto. 7bpepl mu N1EIrl
same way sbo'Iand ga 'G o: CC
-M0 7Z ema j ats take J
not relieved n~atir












30n,* C bahss noubeeg four years-orChl a. lObe bkP edO.
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Eas Uamuet sUm w were _____any_
~reim $ll eoIms~ O~U6. amongu whom eroi
Olead the WW oud be
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M4 It;$ (A Ians %Gnu
osamido rha A1(T YaC KitTY EE
lIo tm aftee et be ble,;F!.


S" set 1 r ayar. t 00 11
sadbdft eu*l"tOa Ig", adim
I1I 10 sulaod *I~s buz ol
k **W7 goodmii at th stae *WOrd









veps 'a For m ale bywon W. o .ff








Real Pit 6udCltp Lta... AUPVILLERFLA
promiemitftrm of al ut .
(W NW Isto teve End rola


bwo Old NoWl to
; are mtOft bud 000L,
K N roDftlk Aoft Wats... w. : "I: D %o
am am ft it fn9Y.s most" O I &ftI


ft~ds W- eo r askbyW.ILJoa. -80100 0UnorofMmde A"I s

I Real state sd CRYLM& "LE, FLA


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will mies m Ism~lmem, .-__ _-. .
Nashville. Teas., Ja. 3O.-Nre e *
ladloteemts agsairt th LroIvUIe ad RESHL S JORDAN. W, W
-~Ehhvilll rqlr ad Md two s t A. r
W. sbnt, aSet of td he ir at Co.
lambl. Taft.. lic wrn a#ad by
theo lam federal d jry la tI JORDAN & COM .
ditr.ct, will b dMadsed a .t T TIN TRN C
term of tir federal eort by M M of IN UR ANC E1
the decision Just iaded dow by t e
Vaulted States sprmeo oourt, in wi.eh PORTER l OCK oQArfBSVluU. PI
tMe court hltd the aet of oagrese-
of Juoe lat prohlblting the diasriM
iatllon altaslt UatoU railroad mn to ,
o acgastonl.L Fire, Life and Accident iY
be~aon,'tutoe)


or distress. J. W. McCollum & Co A Card.
give an absolute uarantae with every Thin L to ertit tt all rugI t
i69cent box to refund thoe rsauesy untssu
are authiorlisd to nread yotr moaey If
11ta doe all that itos claimed for It

bLb te e0 s w ad Parev"" wer"
United M(ne Wkhef. mIht aad ir pa t iWsa ~ad
ludisapollt, Iad.. i. 30.-- FIe sanMamtid O- t ae eM
conv ltkac of the Unated Mila W a Tesstie ta. a -ow e--.
ea tit Amneles selaved tie dis"& TIT 8'*E S f a yel2w 11"Pa
Sof Aa a Refned mo MSRe*.aa J W. Mo
tal oi at Iern of res laetsol C 0



or total d',I*ttty was ndsm M ad1, sama' w ofChmA e a.
Iorit i a etm t o he Omaattte a h ard. ari here l ee
~eetituUoa a bea rpanted ea. i' be ruiter coM to WSP e ett A si
eofeation reutsed t t tmpoo a I o c an flet ~a lbttlip to Ctoia4 we
kOalOs or meemte afr at t0 Ir.
streets wilt raoreb1s.,


PIOLS CURED IN 6 To % 1DAY&.
PASO OINTMIKT Is gwamtood to
Me"GU any c" of Itbhm. hUe.Blood-
Me or Procradlag P n it 6is 14 do4 s
w Booem refuad. ItW


Now cCruclow pftvmsw
?Waoflileteg, JW 36. -Thewo
ha antfirnsot t e 30Udwi5-w W.
L. htrves W-60 POOutEWat %Of
of Cha~r fteso~. C.. am of bumot
T. hIN~tot I* be P89RMs, atSO


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Portable Saw-

MiII Olutfits
% "as(N&ad

hids Of faeYLe sAd Mill 'lP'
sar t ed e tsk mne. Wcan make l edhla .prnIm WOtO '~
fudeus es" We a yeft inc.W. WAdi


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coMvaA.1so
AWAMA GA.or


We are h rivers rom yew mw and
can hand le ft to your advantelp.

Sbl yow -now o cd wow*).~lbrbb
vbrybti m


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THING O .MUVILLt

Moans the aa f Umted
etaes co-t Peessilb
lanreM*I foler the
graa ldla.I
The victory a the am-
Sof tthae tt section
been grSc ii4i- Alahbw coun.
s sooB toN l r .l of the
l ern DisW Ir thanks to
e effortss o la trnk
k, and Os .r| Taterro and

One of the moat he Wal and graUt
Stfeatures ,t Q mter wil be
i fact that th: wRil be a sitting
the United SWItars 4 t in this
ty, which wll' ITv Oainesville
promience and prestige throughout
e State.
Several days rg tt ww announced
through The U th the bill of Hon.
nk Clark, pul0hs for the trans-
er of Alachua freR the b southern to
he Northern di4trit of 'lorida, and
providingla r t of seasons
of the United r Cou= = here, had
passed the Hioll a Information now
conmes that the "lt concurred lu
this bill, passiMtatlh F am unanimous-
ly and without ansdment.
The people of this cotton feel very
grateful to Congroseanl'Clark for his
ernest work in thq Patter of Intro-
ducint and having the bill passed, as
well as to the two distinguished
Senators who maMI plated its destl-
ale in the Senatem
The transfer means a great deal
for (Ginenville, priaetnal among which
is the holding of seNions of the Unl-
ted States coart her. It may also
mean an increase In the appropriation
for the proposed public building. Al-
together it is a good thing, and our
people are jubilant over the success-
ful passage of the measure.

IN THE PHILIPPINES.
Young Man of sIsltMeil Is Enjeying
Kxper1e pd atf Army Life.
The numeron frlada of aam J.
Burnett. Jr., who has been absent from
this city for several months, will
probably .I sumprted to learn that
be in now is the Phllpulnes, a mem-
bhr of Comipaay ,. Stxth U. 8. Caval.
ry, which is the arek company of the
crack cavalry regiment now in service
on the islands.
Mr. iurnett's friends ll al 6 be
illd to learn that b. is enjoying good
health, and that hi aeqerqence in the
arvi. is proving of benefit to him In
*v,'ry way.




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A "SNAKEY" PROPOSITION.
Two Farmers Have Been Waging War
on Deadly Rattlers.
W while it is not i ;t i,' i,,l ,d ailvTr-
ti em lentt for tlh'ir r"le t 1 i1\4 I* ''tIOli,.
two farmers. \\ It ('rCn mnI Rocky
Point and J. Q lirrell ,f (IU('rosse.
have been bIsy in Ithli hitter of
slaughtering rattlemiakkes wI thitn the
past week It Is re:portvel that Mr.
Crown, while plowing In his field on
Tuesday, unearthed f ur rattlers at
one time. which he, proc' ded to put


lAILY SUN: (*A

DATH OF W. J. HUNTER.
One of Galnesville's Well-Known Citi-
zens Pased Away.
One of thc saddct, dat i to occur
in this city for soin, time wa, tltt of
William Jac ksonl Hliutnr, which (ccur
red at his home on WVest iMec'hanic
street at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon,
after a very brief illness. The sud-
denness of the death made it all the
more sad, as Mr. Hunter did not take
to his bed until Tuesday night. On
Tuesday afternoon he was talking with
friends as usual, and never complain
ed of feeling badly. I'pon going to
his home In the evening of the name
day, however, he went to bed, after
which he never left the room. The
cause of his death was congestion of
the stomach.
Deceased was forty-five ye;rs of age,
and a native of Kentucky, hvingu been
born In Benton, that Stat,, March 1,
1863. He came to Florida u he'n seven-
teen years of age, how,\-,ri, settling
at Orange Home. where, in. Is9. he
was married to Mlss Mollie lRoves.
Deceased, after L-avilnK Orange
Home, was engaged fi,r s'\ral years
In the mercantile lIusncii-,; t Wild-
wood, and enjoyed the dili~lcttconi of
erecting the first bushinse house In
that town. He was very .~iccessful
there, but later decided to, comie furth-
er. north, and settled in <;ai1nsIvllle
In September. 1901, whlen hi.' 'iigatKed
in the restaurant I'l-.ini.-. .\t the
time of his death hoi \%,- ;, ininmber
of the firm of Hunter & toli\h.r, livery-
Deceasend s Sur.n.l 1 ; widow
and two childin 11 i, .ii, and
Charles Hunter: 1ithlir \I- \W. D.
tiunter, Lakelantll. !. l r T. K.
Hunter, Lecesbur ;il i , f t,", istrs.,
MNisses Pannie a;nl \t.fli.- Hunter.
Lakeland, to \lini ; tt,-i it ex-
tended.
The remnali.s 'i 11 I... hiipl l'dl to
Wildwood for ilite I' .li


NEWS OF CrIY AND
COUNTY CONDENSED

T.. onei. the lunmblIr iru..fnc
turer or Itailgh. ua, i Itusillwoi
visitor to this c.ty y)estcr,'li
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Trub.. ~ ho have
been residing at Portland. I) iegn, for
the Ipat year, have removal to, l'tnier,
In the rattiI State,
Capt. J. J. llarr of fmcnllnoly and
11. .. RoWnherger of 'Krkw o.d were
among those who spent yesterday in
this city (on business.
lion. W. T. Weeks, clerk of the
court of llralford county, was In the
city from Starke yesterday. Col.
Weeks is an old Confederate veteran,
and one of the most popular cltlsnu,
of that county.


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Pt'rvi*ieittlI
C. W (MlANYi,
lo Vkv'e-r'iw.
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2nd Vim-Iow.
A, D. TURNEIH,
8"'1 aOd W Oels


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and its source (the cotton fields of the
SouUi) is in striking contrmt to the aSooU
lard (the pil ty).
C.etM# makes food that 1aw itwr '
can digest-palatable, nutrition sad belth.'
ful. If American houswives bet kmn the
supiriority of Cottolds over lard, both ft m
a practical and health standpoint, lad woeld
never again enter any
well-reguluted kitchen.


Dutton Bank'


eqwhmsut old a-



.m ine ry do-
pubtmd of bah
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C. W. tlIAb4I:
J. A. MAUMBIIY
14. J. THIOMAS
(I K. ioBWXI
W. R. TROMAS
w. a. TAYLOR


to doath without iisiglilij"it Thes Tax Assesso W. W. ('ulsow and Tax
reptiles meanuirvi 8 t'"1 r alin'lif CeIIll~e~c W. 1. Illickinson, who have
feet each, atid -a(h sva Iauo wsuemd o4bee.l fo the V"s month making as.
four rattles mid a Imtton cial rosuds of the various proclcts.
While Mr % lairi-Il w'a., orkci: In ansl ow oet their last tiai having naoe
his field a dv or to ago.l he' w*r1 sud- to bhicapy, 'ra and oowpd other pIorts
denly confronte'i to thrie- InImeose for the wutrpos of astesoing and Col-
rattlers, who i rce-ed- tl to ?how fight. je w it ern.g taxes. Thew sentt emes report ;a a O WVW th at 0 Uv eg ae Hay# a Polles Ioretl
= they e, ido-n(1 %(i0 imt ulpprecte A n n, sucteoa *heron vr they h*av bmsh. ave te WnbhiaWy6 behViiof NIIIQ (lie sad sOw Ompeao
being diaturhot tr li-Harrell dislatchI anid declare the people iofAlachua Pop LumPrreUpel
ed two (of ti,. ', k . %% hich wer, coullty as a rule are qu1jits g nr per
sit and iz a'iw .1 t"11 f*.'t. sad un This is espocial I true .he
bIri TR(rtt ti frlr'iirm and storkmen, Ow'former y You Are Assured
10n9g marde excellent crto. while Ithe That a. goerow ulos sa ovolwomoi yo WIlote p low w e"owe
As a rule- th* 1it icti4 are, frve latter hall. great dro%#e,4 of har 'rattleWee
fro-in ,itnake!~ ., oli ie 4 1 1'PP'ol-1 that ,I, their ranges
the ge.,itl-r1r710 t'1 i- - -
I Hew te Aveld Petsumoloa.
DR. .usE LLEy IS BUSY 0 y UAvouPoti eum ot lef, .AFnidel and Health hdWuurav
serious lreast irsa aC,4 by t akiS Nse".bus WRelIalee CoVwegnlv lteseeled.
Preparing and hiioir Programs to roIey's Ho I sad Tar It eta" the
Schools 13 Arbor Day. amob Mid expals On 'Ad boo the
('asl ut) Sil" fi'r 1. iY@at 8 It it 111 1111 111Y t I.
Keley tl l lire"t ttr c#f the 1` 191 b1 M Wt the e N. bis (Ie yell., A IAM.e CUIo %4a IN's
deatinler .# %!Is( hUs k uullty aaes. J. W. melUw s aC. is asisa'abeatm'i urrab odMAIXOU1, EMMA
ich~nls. ~la' 1.-. I ''. I'-l e'ilg*gid fur --'*------- r-.
the leat Ie ir % W% '1e'\ #IeV1in artrsai j-
JUS prg ij, .,jt!; jw L m bt.
insz er)Eri~ : '.* ri'as sbor ull I
upon the eM Etcki' *- ..I Aiir IMY.
which e'v-ut "1" 00 l FiPtag 0 M A
which .'~' '1'1 1.IL a s sor~daY. W
inriof tOe Isaturday, POD. I IIIANIMil WII
~riou~ r .' t'(I(I: T.r'iiiW~he the (51
Ther.r '' * wtre whit ~e ~ iaina ar
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I X ofzil 0. W 0*0 Ab" s o th 41110WtdI -.__ _a A'
flr~ v n ce't~ *'~ '. Irc iii 111 fl)U 1 )t' .
4jeftr [bowl W~ellik d 1 hebelie w a Wi
Whybd QI am W hO~ TR ELS I '-a
~ ~ ~ # tJ .'reisi
v me 51W 1'-' hem
Shuld )oun tb sufer? W bIbine ____&ftO W. 4#
to fedilil 64 "Ou. 4111111111t elvrs 1W A LWM N% NOW1 0 A r ~ Ir~r
atet 00 him an4 vw M Y OW OE = ai 0 i 1W W


bwjghbct r roooaeduo. OU a
battle of Whrut5 Clr yerrl~
beatw 0 knen wcram
e wtar cbultEm- d1i e" ItIks
wa e ibm ys. bawes I. J.
C. ggsthi. i TmsUF. -' ',IF
"y ws Sod s ump .tSma
I f oo d mwr "go
ord Ow s oe
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indigestion-He forgot


leave the pigsashore


SA -A- We herebby authorize yur
gr- -r to reWfnd your money
htiaeySeen ot pleaMsdafrhaviggivel COTTOWR a fair tt.
NIer 0S d in I. D COTOLNR Is pckeut in pails
So ,,with a patent afrttight top, to
eep it elasa, freh and who esom ; alo to prment it fnrom ah-
ortbig the diagresabl odoe of the grocery, such as fsh, oil, etc.
Cook Book Frfe We hall be slad to sewl any io,,se-
-.wife, for a two-ent stamp, our tew
o IlIRB PFOO) COOK BOOK." editsd ad coampled by Mrs. My7
J. Li]aolna author of ther famous "Bo*tom Cuo Ibhuk." AddgLO


tlI. N. K. PAINBANK COMPANY, CUICCAGO


US .-W R1BTE US


NatLURc,- Gift from the Sunny, South


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The Aerican people in oeamequence have
ver sioce beow victims of lardtoo d food
sd tadewtam.
ard mase food is sot lt for human
atomaaqb blaum lard is made h greasy,
ladgeatible bho fat, and is bond, sooer
or later, to make trouble for yowr L.aer

ta Be is the only rational, national
shortenig. It Is a pure vegetable product,


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.sobeake lis email mator. ,


Jn6. S. UKH .........t...o MO.. al .
.. M. PREWITT .... Supt. 00IpIaBsMooI,

OFFICE: POR1 T8IK S O
q W. MainL 8reet, S. T .rsLUrO 4I
Tur )AsI'. BMx, pubUshed ery lenwI ne
It M today, delivered byI trrier Ia the ity, or
tiled to any part of the United sIte, pome
m, forts atr; S. ao i monltrt s.as1 tblm
^Ol; re e eMt f- .- di tr

Sleig notices In tool column ento ants a ue
iial ibeartion., ad S ceuts for esoI ddlUtlo
Sitw 'f display advertisaln nmde knows a

1W TwtIne.Weeki S ba n A Ig ht.p, feta
le paper, Pitd overt Meodar ad
tanIy, ed .otaetu ll the asi of di
k, teal, state ad Eer., lnd will be
eene. pemap sfre eto ay rtot ofhe Ultd
saurtor CahA%, Oer$I a yr-4t advaow.
MU drbia llstaps. due after brt
S1of? inenetsl ebrwe ia
InirsL. PartiesN notMOMwsIeme
0 reloed t payto M 4m f Iad'


The ght a Ohio eaitv theRe-
pshI, o who fear tha t ptr schi
my lose the State. We be to olr
sear imes to kap the fed golag,
OwB& earwlges tau utT *o.

,Trhe 3bpli~taticfsons In New
Wrk City do not ee able to seenre
do e ott pea to bo overr their
Y 411btloI for ater a ng stad
f, 11m meting te Roosevelt-Tft
i -rr pev toed the eadOr melt n
, i e sad a st aght It the ner of
e all e U aven the pooee
r

1eF 1441m ua rulkare quite ady
sa voto prouiiin on othe mprotet
Sterrfur' oemprIsng the Disetriot
l e hIC bla. '`'Ald why netr' aIs
Sam, for "with th complete of
n dw ooe bulda4gs for COnages
t"' )My lawmakers ona have a
S lt Beeao---- and a looter."

IA the "B auml meti of te Pro
S Ui v Tar L4 a Jst beld it wu
Sad that "the maet somnt e of the
ehl umf party fie thm ~ lide(r
Mt sd wll bhe a pateoti m
dis n I medediwa a stab at Teddy
Taft tC tt both of them are sC
S AbetteAof, the mstandpatters. But
h"e. t e wits a res etioary, lik*e
VWM uorr Casoca.

o e ai has yet been so oAd" u to
msee II s candidate f Sec Iotary
SftatI agarut Clay Cawford. Clay,
e I ls U noble old father who hold the
i for so many years por to his
kah x year ago, ha aso eagafted
,HAlcer f into the good-wtll of thb pOe
I' o tha t would be a wato of Ume
dad osey for anyone to oppose him.
. A hllla oleial never tloe anything


IWATQAn J. P.. AT

l'Ctal 3J. B Johnst" of Pasco
ewSt Democrat *pa.y l*oletton
desrd tribute to e Tl t:
"The people of Floida rd 41ar
ly Voraste In poIanafa 1toer'
who doe thmashlr. o result
rather than applause. Snotor Taila
ferro has served with er*IntaO sing
ability, fidelity and eb lslo, XlUs purity
of lifeandorer of cahVtr his ripe
legislative xerl s a4 broad
state sanship nb man dar question.l
His words al dieds bave become
an InaealM O part of UAM'thek th
dithare of any dott. Tbou l it is
bata ifien dly om oi in of the do
apartment of tho Govoermont for some
humble omtluea t he adertkee it
wtb cheerul al rtt. to ommittee
heo is very p~INt pa l ad earn
et I anll n labon. Decided Ih his
oonevdioa e ha the ooerage which
they, laspite Ia Naitalaflt his opit.
aoms. As a sevidOmA of thioetliate
put upon his a l ty by those amao
whom he soves he he bsOO ausiaed
to places on th most mportaUt com-
mittee of theo Obate.
"Ho is always equal to the dues ho'
assumes. In debate Snator Tallater-
ro talks well. He over wanders
away freo his subject, nor falls be
low th level of the oo asion. the
declslom of his opinions he is bold
and frank ad masitains his views
with great seal. Neither the genIt
of rhetoric nor the taaolaatons of ora-
tory make 'him theAle debater he is,
but patient and thorough Investli
t. Utreleso labor, gives htm theo ab
tY to ltf ot oth bao erl td blow
away thb e haf. Re tters thoughts,
at words e t oems to him a durty
to oonno bodtr8a. en.ce anl he has
to t a eiet savnor insdecked nor
adorned with e dower of rhetoric
ora a aeof eh. There o ano t
or giule or tn nd ot nt his e atry.
t he has o reason fr the faith that
Is 16 ble be dos not trouble others
with It. A clear, local and well
stored lad, an ardent temperament
ea profound ovl a etlo I at the
fu*ndsas of his prsiltn give him
gmat power in the commttee-room
atlE slaoe him e the eart rnk of
ei$Mt and reliable eaters. The
whole biography of lonator Taltaftrro
ito written In a single word-fidelIty-
the oblt word after all In the E n
lish laganuge.
"It is *o of h a In eve trast of
is lifeo.
"He has wrought with all his facul.
ties, and he ha strongthoned aad
equipped them all for the best work
attaiable. He has discharged to the
uttermost every duty, public or pri-
vate. Our politics and our Institutions
lose In rugged strength when subch
men as James P. TalafWerro fall of
reogaitlUon and apprOelattoa Is the
puhli service. HsO devotion to th
W t Ae n hand, whetbr grat orU
small, to a trkinga haroetWristle of
the man. He advances to the end In
view In the sunlight and by processed
seen and known of all men. HIla cour-
tesy Is as sincere and cordial as It Is
plain and artless. He cultlvataes no
'grace at the expense of his sinceriy,


T betao polte and courteous to the: aor thimulttes a pleasure he does not
pealo, as well an attentive to te feel. Sator Tallaferro is emphatical-
dates of the offer he was elected to ly a growing nan. i -1 Kgli prom.
M Ieoe of the most eminent >I.Cfuei't.u'
----- -. and he and his tfrlend& s mnv jutly
The tariff till a liveook forward to the r onltloh and
Sti l t. a e reward to which his genu!liin e merit
tios In MassachutnttsI. ormerr Oov-1
Is entitled to acquilre. Ills r'ipuitalton
erar Doulass declares tariff refurmI end his aWulns re lmutligr hrih
is the prime Issue, fur high prote nd his efulnes art tihih
o the pri ue. f.r hb prot er and higher. lils colle.to\is bear
tlion to the parenut of trusts and Is re wlln testimony this services. er
alble and prvat life. Thcorrut the vie wbich entitle his nare to a hlo-
public and priat Hh 1y. That lit tb*h
DlnmoeratUe opitnlo. Then comes tov. Iln re embrane not only hb the er l
Guild. Republican. announcing that a isen. of rlorita. but by the nattlui
oaertrdd demand will be made. "at -
tor the next >hrlotiL.." for a .Io'lal W'hether vyo are an ad eortl-r or an
'aaloo of Congreas for the reLtaon 4 d ans"erer. want advertiuigll will
of the tariff la the interest of common ,Pro ots e and help reallse your plans
S sens rather tltue f p,( rtal Intie r and holope
OstH. Hut tukw %ho i twil.ve In real
taU reform will flud that only a StAtA or Osh ('lYr or Ttno.so,
Democratic Clngr',u will rulpli) that I.t.4 (Co't '.,
boo Prank J Cheeey makes oath that
..b he In snlr ipartfer ofthe frnim .f P.


While we are looklnlt ,',r the list
Of State ndIdates. t1 ought not to
be forgotten that I1on. W II Kils.
our present attorney tn'ral. In in the
race. and has made oeo of the n"ost
.ftletnt offer thas far li the State.
\Mr Klls has at all ties shoun him
It It to, h a man with prowConr.d co-
,t, as,. o to his duty, amd wIth ult-
* ..ti .,ita toh ilromplI)' JrClar,
t.'. i it 'as a e saryt lits Nl
IUK a1 itaterIrmtatlcRS of th I- law at
nil . I.. hee without iar or
fa&\tr .1 ar as we Uate have
I-41 nA (,. !At1hitru qe.andno He
ip a !]., .. trla roUW X artd Do
dlnubti ii; ...:\, a UsttI MIInn.--
1.'1%r Oak I'm it-Arat.


J. Cheney A Co. doing business In the
eit of Toledo. county a' l State aforr
aid. and that smid firm ill iay the
4am of One Hunldrtud lIllar, fo r ach
and every caI of ('at.arth that cratnlnt
be curl b ) the Uw- of )all Catlarri
Cur. FH k\K J t'llE:\:
worn to before tieo and ,st*bl'r!t, |
Ia mty prvero*. this lth R **b of 1t -
comber. A. l. 1 4. A W (tOIh,.K N.
(athL Notary lubhlir
Hall's Caturh (are Is tatv latent :
ally, and arts directly on the bMood and
m"e surfac* of the systMn deld
t a twatimnlals frw.
.J CRNI I00.TI Tedo.a
8oM by anU nTic.
Te Hals PU PUs lort oomeu
1^ T1


q .OF OPINION.

Theo di' Waubington correspond.
ent.ays:
'"ThP a some men In the Demo-
cratle parn who occupy responsible
positelm ltbe oownci of their party
In t-N H io 'o( representatives that
bellov tlir party's welfare will not
be best.'bSherved-by the nomination
of Mr. BaI 'for the Presidency, and
so wlI Champ Clark nominated hi;li
in the Iftlis this week the detno-.i.tra-
tion oreted through the art of ora-
tory, WIt'"whieh the eloqucrt Mis-
ourta' sO familHar, did not strike a
reponadv* chord in the breast of
every DeoArat on the floor. These
me bellDe that, twice defeated a
t:o oadi*tie of the Demodfatic party,
Mr. B 'e 'candidacy would, under
eostl" AItUtlons, be Just as fatal
to "OA- l 1008 as it was in 1896
and lt9, ad they believe that the
party h'owd seek out some man who
a bring, trehath and confidence to
he Natclal ticket. Democrats who
have sunestitly urged the with-
drawal otylan As the only road
whlt Mi l4ad to party success
Jotaod W04 their colleagues In the
demnorttlzUs,'though they deprecated
anything M~ch would appear to com-
mit the lmrity members of the
l oM aU i whole to the personal
maeo t Mrl Bryan. That the Repub-
lie ~s d t the cheers at the men.
tie of Bryan' nmoe was significant.
M'e e saie 'were called forth by the
beoli of f Republicans in the weak.
el tof Mr. Bryan as a candidate
against theo tsa obose by the Chica-
go conetiom net Juno, wboms*
ever that aa may be."
( 1 ," -
POLITICAL IMPROPRIETY.

Mr. Hat, n hi letter to his
Weton r mager of the Independent
Lmaguo, ss: "It seems to me that
the now-paort movement should not
be a thlrdppaty movement for long.
1 men by that, that If it is properly
directed It will soon supplant one of
the old partdu ." Mr. Heart is still
president of the National Association
of Democratic Clubs, and yet is using
all hts oanrgie d supporting In his
paper the blldnl up of this new
pnty, which be expects wiU soon sup
plant the Democratic party. His resig-
nation as head of the Democratic
clubt'abouiad once be offered to the
chairman of the Democratic National
Comlmtta. 'b6 do otherwise Is an
ae of great' bltical impropriety, Sad
If poersted In lays him open to tho
charge of. &er y. As the oa paia
for Prelent is about to open we see
the etraordinary spectaleo of one of
the bchie orgalations of the party
in the hands of the man who Is trying
to supiSant the Democratic party, and
who may be a candidate opposing the
Democratic cepdldatd.

TO KILL THI DANDRUPP BRM.
n the Oty rPeme Way Iarnog
LA mmtve min,
It ryo m a woasa or a man with lut.
urlant Ioeery hair. you may be erwd ar
their has dandruff to amount to anythtan
In nearly every ae where wonn and
men have thin brittle halr. they owe It
to dandruff. There are hundreds of prep*
iaratlon that "elaim" to c're dandruff.
but not one but Newbro'i fierplecde tell
you that dandruff ti the result of a grnn
burrowtau Into the ucal(. and th.'t per-
manent cure of dandruf and Its con..e-
quei.t faltllg nd baldnew. can only be
had by kUllng the erm; and there ht no
other preparatnll that will detroew th*t
Ierm but Newbro's Hlerpleld "PTaetroy
tbeo eu ae a* n rem ove *h ( ."
soea by leadtnir gIlsrutn Ied ia. In
*tmn for anmple te The Horplcide Ca.
Two al*ee-40 cents and $1.00.
J. 8. Dodlford & Co. 8poelal Agents.
I - III I


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rme. v m Ommm bee.-Ttesa
UAINEAVIL.IA. FLA-A

We do an m orbed Abtr~act ssOt
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tu tma.. fe 'o ee s'luI Ttlewv
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ErFEOTIVE NOVEMBER 10. 1,01.

Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South . .... ............. .
Returning, arrive. Gainesville .... ............


10:30 a
4:25 p


Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 p m
Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ............ 9:20 p m

J. B. Cotler, en. Supt L E. Barker, Traffic Mg'r.



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SEABOARD


Air Line Railway


SAVANNAH, COLVMBIA, CAMDEN, SOU.
THERN PINES, RALEIGH, RICHMOND,
WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHIL-
ADELPHIA, NEW YORK.


Three Elegant Trains Daily:


"SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED"
"SEABOARD EXPRESS"
"SEABOARD MAIL"


Modern Pullman Equipment


The SEADOARD F)ORIDA ULIMITKI:--9ol8d Pt S Iba d
trans. 8L Auguastoe ad JacksonvUll to New Yotr via UiOMmfli 4
Washinstoa. Ditnin Cara la ea rste rvwice: DioM t
Sleeping cars. tattoo ed Ob*eevatmo Car. LeavO S. L U te
11: 0 a m ad JaelkonvUle 1:W:, p a. daily, ...f t. ..
por ll Ifrati ad sie.epr er- -a-t- I i y Iot
aboard or write
SL OYVLSTOJ % A M e- ... pn-- &MM
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TH DAILY SUN: GAINt


Sij .EMS1

The Dade COity .Is organized
a Leap Year Matrimmial Bureau.


The clbry jiW*i of na ford
tomed an asooItlontp to further


have
their


ibterests. .
l.akeland farmers are still shipping
large quantitleJ of strawberries, gt-.
gag "5 and 26 4enta a quart whole-
ale. -
After thirty-elgt hours of delibera-
ion, the jury In the Jones murder
vial in Tamps rendered a verdict of
set guilty.
Febrthry 6th ha been decided upon
a the uate fi. t. q Inauguration of
passenger train service to Knight's
ley by the Florldta bt Coast railway.

The Elks of ai. Augustine had a
great day deeoranag their fine new
ledge-room. They also celebrated the
afth anniversary of 'the organization
tn that city. -
William StUbbs, wijle trying to
jamp on a moving eane in St. Peters-
burg, fell under the wheels and had
both of his feet ut off. He may die
from the talor.

The chief eagibsr of the 8. A. L.
railway says that work will soon be
resumed on the new Seaboard shops
In JacksonaOve a M wk will be rush-
ed to completing.

The Timea-Unoi-Bbhort Talks says
she young girls of Plorlda are organ.-
king leagues to protect birds and ani-
mal life, but wantsato know what they
will do when a mom comes In?

Charlie Powell, the negro murderer
-I-,awJ *a .t ka* h,


'LlOt. ANUARYX i, 8.


aL -. -~ -


4


who was sentenomUwe t uunin ati-
wnto wam of te rcu t court of St. party, at the end of which six pretty
late term of the ctrcutu court of St. ..... .
prizes rewarded the' It-(ky holders of
Johns county, is to expiate his crime t hI t c. r.
en the gallows on Friday, February hetw e
2h. iThe new bHoat b'lllg built for use
28th. -
betweetn Melrose and aildo is getting
The Governor of Cuba was In into shape finely. and the owners ex-
Florida yesterday, having Just arrived. Ipect to launch It sometime early in
le was en route to Washington on March. The :It: horsepower engine is
official business. It is generally re- expected soon. Quite a numI lr of the
ported that he will succeed Taft as Northern visitors gather dally at the
Secretary of War. lake shore to watch the work, few
-- having stten such a large boat In the
The St. Petersburg City Council at making.
a recent meeting decided that so long W. D. Dickinson andl W. W. Colson,
as the serve ftrnlahed the city by th6 efficient county tax collector and
the St. Peteribirg Alctric Coompany assessor, were il tow n Thnrsday doing
renialned as it wa all bills presented business. It Is to i..b holed that both
to the council for lighting would be these ge-ntlei-mni w Aill co'te out for re-
eut in half. ---- election.
.n. Richard, r''Ire'se'l lntig II. F.
A few minutes before the Steamship n e ...
Mascotte arrived at Port Tampa Sat- l torian at.e. ( .as
., .. .. In town In thr, Ili,'r,' t (of the Inlur-
orday morning, Micalea sanchel 'Val-t of te
--.. ance Duf)i1 'n. nl ',''lIiK It1h good atU -
der. a Cuban woman, disappeared on
She -tPansbhlp, and at once a thorough cso.
arh was made over the vessel but MrS. auterand
it was impossible to locate her. Miss ( ra t .' Wednesday for
a visit to Mr, C' W Rogers at Live
Oak. \W hile.' ,i i ,n h r A;a their train
An entiree ablpload of sea turtles, got .re.ked a-;! !.l ;ll|l..e were me-
u1i,b -ring 500. waa brought Into erely uthali '
'Penlarol the other day by the flnhinig Ne li r. u i',...l t the lluffman
ri trk lla. The turtles were tnot llu.,.ar nr l.' r* F I'. Milll*w'.iMlle,
' ht ,y the crew of the nfshing (; I \\ \ !', ,,I ( 1.. I'..ar
I hiut by beach fishermen atrl sell, I, t,,.' : ,'Tr 'itore in
f'' lein purchased by the crew. It t r (' lIarntt
,toe Iuare NI: \:f- if C Barnett
!- r '',rt.ed to be the first instance, in ,.f li.L t :.
.-t ,ry of that port that a \w ,e''I
1. i k 'h live turtles ever cam." ilut STORF B. rCLARIZED.
~Ir iI the Incident has cauls-,l
rest In the city. The crew -
S:. ed flor a long time in tui AftrirE Rb-re lra Opn ther
S. 'hie turtles, some of while. i a R- *'1 Preso
\( t t l , i*on,.ral
S:trKe sie. Almost a carlotad I!. Cn t
; -;..:d out to variou Sou'ithe'rn ~'r '"
Sl % II . -r e '1r 1. t 1


oDsturbed the -e gtion.
T. o ;*rnoa o wira dgtb the aoo-
S blast taf yT oby OUtiuall)
C:g is* s a tuf bay a bottle
of r a Homy d It. J. W. Me
Col-" ca


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HOW TO PROLONG LIFE

Advice of Our Belovel Poet, Dr.
Oliver Wendell Holmes.
It thllre is onte desire mIore strongly
ilil''iit.d in tl'he hc, an ll la-t than
aliiotl 'r a s w, t rea t'h lmini;t uir tars,
tha d'i -ire it s to prolon, lif,. l r Iolt
v,,r \\wendell uliulmt v1 hetn askeiid how
tC li\ e longI replied: *tl( 't a (tal dil.-
eVaie and then tak fcarre ol tur.\elf."
a\VWO want to u.> % t ir t t.'oil. of
GIaine~sville %lho rt' r'at h in maturer
'years it you f'-l \oiu are n't as strong
as ou used to be %n n,'id ni)t get
a fatal disease to prr oiing life. but
keep the digestive organs in gotd con.
edition, and the bodily ti- uis from
wasting by taking our dilii ious cod
liver and iron prelnari.tion. \Vinol.
Vinol Is not a pat.ent mlleline. but
a delicious modern c('o li\tr preplara-
tlon without oil. made hIt a scientiitc.
extractive and cImt''ntrating process
from fresh codls' Ill r-. cominhinng
with lI'ptonnte-of iron all the mnedl-
cinal, healing. .cd: ', iiingt elements
of cod liver oil, but tin oil
Mr. Joseph Hanks ,f 1 I), atur,. Ill.
in his seventy eighth \,ar. says that
owing to Vluol be fe lIs stronger and
younger than he nas for ianiv years.
There are hundred, if old people
In this vicinity who need just such a
strength maker and tissue builder as
Vinol, and we ask tholi to try It on
our offer to return money if It falls
to give satisfaction.-W. M. Johnson,
Druggist, Gainesville, Florida.

MELROSE ITEMS.

Melrose. Jan. an d)r and Mrs. J.
Paxton entertained about thirty of
their friends at dinner at the Huffman
House oil Thursday. followed by a
very enjoyable progressialve euchre


simple Remedy for La Grippe.
La grippee ooub are dasneroM a
tuey frequeo y develop l teo pOet
mouat. Foley's H aosy ad Tar aot
o0ly stop the .oogb but botbls ad
streathes the hage s that Do sor
e nrelts nood be tated. T.e g.f
anIe olety's Homey ad Tar eatalse
so harual drugs sad is a a yellow
package. ReIte sabtlttut J. W.
McColluam Co.

Mule Had Hyderphhie.
Tbompesoas MUI., Ga J. M.-
The appearance here a a rabid doi
a lfew dys ago caused mesh fright.
'ITh animal bit everal d 4 aa4 a
muile. The dog was killed. Is a
few days, however, the .ale eid m~e
ed symptoms of br4mnphoMa. bitlag
another lule lao the herd, atmbara
ping viciously a all uhe Wet eat
tUm. lie ameed a nefro worke
twP.nt the lot by tIe ev,4t lAeve aad
came nper biting him l e aegro tlet
his rmet in the teeth of the frea led
animal and glod, vtlle be *IIb tore
and shook the arme; t ferietoualy,
The mule Iarer died.



Tlt Ptnrtt- AW


Soor o Florida Citm KIav
Irlm d It.


wit'

COULD NOT WALKED T2P
FORR. OUR MONTH ORIS,


THE MID-WINTER EXPOSITION.

Great Crowd* In Attendance-Low Ex-
curale* Rates.
Jacksonvlle. Fla.. Jan. 30.-The
Florida Mid-Winter E\poslthin was
successfully opened on :la.t Saturday.
January 26th. with nn ;iteinduance of
over 12.000 people, nand with almumt
every show and exhibit iD place. In
many respects, although smaller. of
course, this exposition is lar superior
to the Jamestown Exip-ition, and the
attendance will undoubhtdlA be four
or five times larger than that of the
Norfolk affair.
Not the least attract' I-~ the space
showing exhibit from all countries.
Including many elaborate ,one made
by Florida citizens aInd firm. The
showing of celery front the city of
Sanford is attracting a great deal of
attention, especially on thi, part of the
tourtits and home seekers The ex.
hiblts from Daytona were ntot int platc
and will not be among trh list this
week. Duval county fairly outdid It.
self In attempting to exhibit almost
everything in the manufacture line.
The Florida Trail is daily alive with
people, anid the Midway shows are
very creditable In every way. Home
great free acts and attractions are
booked for Immediate almparance at
the exposition. The famous Ileachey
airship, which broke all records at
St. louli last fall, lIl be navl-
gated over the exposition ground aad
the city of Jackonville twice a day,
commencing February let. this great
free attraction will undoubtedly bring
thousands of people to the exlimltlan.
The grounds are open from 10 a. nm.
until 11:30 p. m.,'with free admsmluon
to Dixieland Park from the exposltloa
grounds. The admission has been
widely placed at 25 cents, Instead of
50 cents, as is usual at expolitlons and
the State Fair at Tampa. This low
price of admission will hate a potent
effect upon the attendance.
The Hoard of Trade of Jacksonvillle
has appointed a committee to asslat
In booming the expoition. and this
will materially aid In making a sue-
cess of this great affair.
Low excursion rates will prevail on
the railroads and thee rates can be
obtained from any of the railroad
agents.


DISFIGURED
For Life Is the Despairing Cry
of Thouam s
Of slkin-trtued amd ditAmurl v
timn of humorn, .e aa e ad
raesh, who have tried d
In many r o, ad wra lave kM
fath in all. To such Cutloura Scap
Olntmmt, and Pllhapln a dhIrll
Iblo fto. They emr ahmoltey lrW,
gt itle amd whole .
atbd Immediate rl i the metad"M 1
trIng aas. and point to a speedy oe
Vw= all efalls.


ALABAMA REPUBLICAN.

asr*tive Committee Called to Most
*n Pe rury 1Ith.
Birminrhai., Ala., Jan. 10.--Chairb
mas J. . Thomeo, ckalrma of
the state ropubtle ss esativo 4so
altte, also rseeree of the preodiat
Is Alabama, ha IMetd u earl etr
meeuing of the eommI ee n Peb. ,1
to Btlrmlaban,.to take up meh 0at.
ter a may com bore It
The seleetio of delegates to the
aUrlal eoaventue the most Imp.or,
tat matter before the rspublieas of
Alabama at preset. ObClre
Thompasoa ad Segretary ISteel* b
both eapresed favor. iw I'erretary
Taft.


uMce over USUYUUPNqhIM, D95P



DRS. ALDERMAN & PS433,

DX NT! frS.

Oflee over Dattom s& Oo
P. ts@ O.lmeswUe, PrM


T. B 9ELLIS, JR,,

ATTORNF:Y.


Mass of Itching, Burning Humor
on Ankles-Feet Fearfu'y Swiollen
-Opiates Alone Brought Sleep-
Mary Treatinents Faiid but
S* -0---
TORTURES OF ECZEMA
YIELDED TO CUTICURA i

"Cluteourn HIrndk' art all you claim
them to t. I hail ec rna for ove
two years. I hail two phya'iaLn, but
they aly gve' me relief for a short time
and I cannot reninerate the olnunwntt
and i tion I uwd t,, no purpo. My
ankles were ene mar or wnn. The
itching anid buriln w reso Intese that
I coid not Itisle. I oud lot walk for
nearly four m, nths. One day mry
husband t id I had .ter try the C' ut
cu ra temneiit. After uing them three
time, I b'd theit Ixt Ii hit's rest in
months nllte I t 1ok san 'Ilate. I ued
one Yet 4if ('Ctitt'rm Hiap, (Cttleura
Ointmnntt. and (t'lliur lt Irlventt Plli,
and nmy ankklw hlold In a short time.
It is now a year t *minc I uemrI ('utl-
cura, and timh has I~wn no return of
the e'-,,ma.
"I had a small lump In the corner of
my eye for over a yer whk'h wau w
painful and get larpr all the time.
thought I would trv Cuttklura Soapao
Ointment on it. and now It ( gone.
am eventy-thrv, yt'er old and have
lived on the farm 1 now orupy Ior
twenty-evn years. t'utkcura lm
die are the Mret and mon t n4liabe I
have ever ed for all skin humor nk i.
Darkd Brown, Imke, Crawfrd 0o.,
Ark., May Is and July 13, 1907."


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AT.LAW.


0 a FLoMa&


3tKFR, eATHUCiI4P A kAXYA,
ATTOIRNlr .1 -AT-LAW,
'4O0lCIVITRd lIN CHANCERIY.

OAINKFIVI.LL Alsehus (1,, P1 1
"u to Halmass Bloeb.

FIXDINAND IAY25R
ATTORNICY AT LAW,
C~lAalloseI S. 0 0 rwmh

OA Sell you. a property, (ow
peovid d omluprodid), phashsto.
tuebklu smw formnglead um. vSemdhlo
alHo of what syouohertsesal. nos

A A. CARLI1I.9,
ATTiORNEY AT LAW
And Ilolleltor in Equity
Ro m tal fain-(lsa-a AA -- am


mum wu iw"* vv,.jSuqIaxnu wo
oval PratIse. All buls.'ee pus.
Sateded to. 0l se anet door V kA

FWANK CLAK. THOP. W. PINLOI

CLARK it F'IELDING


I awyers.


atlIe aDl Oea0rt, Stae sad


0000aw ee hLasesell. MgtleOSt flPS16


OAINMVI114.IL


S-cuLIna


Carrie Nation J
Certabhly smarbed a hole In the :I) L
barrooms of Kanu a. but Ilallard'
Horehoad Byrup has amabsed all roee
order as a cure for rough, lr lolenas and all pulmouary diss D- T.
T. C. II.-- Hurto.Kans. writes: T | P Is MI ghtier
"I have never found a medicine that
would cUre a cough so quickly as IHal Iiu t filre ** ihil' i 11'1 yoar
tard' Horehound nyrup. I have used' ..
It for years." Sl by W. M. Johamot l0tDl I" "eu fire', ,''itI.49 It Ill*
taldlltv *-,'n'Ilr' th Pentlefe for Lie Severs.
Washlebtoe, J.an J on.. l .e of your I Ut, --that i, wiewen
deat ha *ent a mestre to Il. ea)ato l I.
r i mealedlng the Ilvingll p.n lui. ll Y lii' I l*' IIsi


to the eo, trs ,,f t0,e I.0 ng *. "itr lir g li'. f, r
viCe, serb ao ar* given to Areni'
sad polikiwn i larfgeI tt'-re loss


0AL I A


life i. I1 v.1
!all. *1 1- is


Irma


f" ig im 1,140V 11fw
If sk. C Ili e4 tie ty, tbig
klefqs T i t 4 .,I


viVte #etI54 boh Wdl



YEYl


6T
'p's


:~L ."'L


ci


It yov miss from barkarehe. there is VAO5 vn IA 1;1111f tir
Tb. d rfat way I tore to Goe re ft 7W Id& Ud Zt sm C
: siewas bat T boa i Vm l a hWea Is t o It' fI"
A W A bad baLs massi %tc bIKWYa.A W
Nelt it. vray utr 'oblbm .
liras' Kidey P01,oare o *th er ~M r %
e. ti f 1fIr. Lemos. Clga, wsw. EvIMo 'o
Aa 1211 Asbistr eet r F
A.- po..0. $o '1 re I # Os
t -' w aI~d t? cureE me ofa sad thr ow
dia.)PI at Thebldul 1im"Y oW three A Tho 4,01,1140
flawss us bu imo. pOfn o the 1% JV '' l' U' '
," .I I my, V1se-*I I v -lm s .fI 9.. to O W W'
ri Piu a ,4 TAb ."t-r-- of 9I .; 'A- .*'
C *I ,..II rv is a Very f f*an .
iin nornrolst. ad" i sIt e4 to 0 SldcI fI-'a. C 1
a 4 .. bo tme d A I *a.t see -64 A
-ril I 1* t. 7- -
er. a
on-t" "I _
on vre mow" f." Few'a" W" L

,~to-S NOW. is a.*4 ewayto1m"el"0 1"' W -"to
Ir.C *re- rrswh Uombf d NWi'
SOWA
the ~~l qslt Mr VueeI ~auy 'Y-




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ow oompsivycrrclI 1I


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NATIONAL MARRIAGES.

idoVlbunoed by Repesentative Me.
Gavin on Floor of House.
aC~d htaon, Jan. 30.-4nterutkivM .
of Amerloan heirom (eo r
foreigners were dousuPe,0 11
Boor of the hose of reprMe--I
Tuesday by Mr. MOlroia ft .
cfaa. who poke on th biM of ld
olleague, Mr. Sabtbt, to taut S*1 6
ries ad ttled bu &. As Well
S ,Mr. MoOavJs'e mmul we W "--
under the llte of gem tt d oate.
U times they provk t ughter sad
p pause on bO ide of rthe bam
bet.
Tre boo, he said, woa t oemBt.
teo of the whole, on the stat Od the
nilon, but hf wanted to ikowr wlh t,
the state of the anUto wa, end wMt
It I ooU Ing to "la view of t oaf t I&
ersuttioJa unonso between American
heiresses and alleged nobles b oat
abroad." He wuderwed ~l % t Me *
ioneers woidM t*lnk and say If frop
th t r grave thry would look baUk end i pi a
o mar o4 the womM of ta,
ooautry "sacralDala their souat ad S
beoMor Opon the ltar of nobbery aad oi
: ( *" I .
NO HO xpresly tated that e had so
,n rofts e to any particular ArOUi ; Death fm
l l. nbr a be preadlee atall Athlant, Jan
ttlU.d i st, but he refrr M ty to' eo the pet
the v who iave a monasle o1 their eloeepln at
eer s and an Idiotic look upoa thfll Amnr bl on
S oee-thoe who hAve not ter d$os1 khe gave MIs
toa to do good nor the aflity t do do dead Il
barm." aorslna by J


NOT IN U. S. S1NATE RACE.

atFermPr Hke Smith is Not a Cant.
dldate This Year,
AtlU aa, Jan. 30.--Oovernor Huko
Slith, prior to his departure for
W0Melaton, D. C., gave out a sate.
Maet to the efct that he will not this
yar be oandldate fot to United
states seaste, but will go before the
people la I4be 4min primary s a
oadidate to 8a*Ute bln e asu g ov-
ernor.
That It Is Governor Smith's Ltabt.
taf to go to Ute senate, that be had
th& mr4 Undeor ooasidtion ad tbat
UL1 rwoetlu bet etpeoted t be a can.
dat for that Illo, his public an-
mosaemenat leaves ao queatio. Gov-
eraor 9mlth's declslon sad anaounoe
Ibat will greatly dartfy the polltioal
Shtataion a i GeorgA and gives the
lte assurance of one of the quietel
9Ilt al years It hal yet knows
The governor wit stand for re-le*
tis, and In seaordace with tlm*
iM od cautom he will undoubtaly
reelve the primary uamlastoa with.
eat o.pstutau.
'lis Isans also that 8 nator A. .
Otay will std for r'oletUoa., sad It
ib conadettly pectfed that be, too,
* 91l recelve the noamlstUo without
oppoestoa.

An in)ldkius Dangr.
One of the wos futures of
kidney trouble I& that it t an u ald
mkrt dlusea and betfwr the vioti
rtllaes hi ds4iaur he mar have a
fatal tuatady Take roley's Kidney
Ourw at the first tlu of trouble, as It
oorrwts lrrrlretlartois and prevents
t4ltiht's di.then., and diabtteas. J. W.
McCollum I (c'



CAPUDINE


CURES COLDS
and QRIPP Ihsts.
Relieves the sad and fevwerlat ea
0e0es We 0 ebiU0o


olerk. Take
Gllletto satae
be had taken
take. Okmo
quest ovTr th
lag establishn
the jury return
from wood al
done addMoc
slon.


'm Wood Alcohol.


*


i. 80.-As old man wVo
two week has beb-
Oght 4t the Salation
Marietta strer, where
Same as OlUlette, was
n hbl bed early In the
. T. Side, the alnit
a IIl darlag the niabt,
6 to -r., 8nlder that
Swood aleolol bty mta
er 'Thompson Oid a In.
e body at the undertak,
eot of Harry 0. Poole,
'ning a verdict of death
cohol poisonlog, the evi.
I leading to that conclu-
.i


All the World


Is a stage and Ballard's Snow
alnlmnt plans a mcot romtnent part.
It h-u no slpemor for reunatism, stiff
Joints, cuts, spranls, sad all palns.
Buy It, try It and you will always
u It. Anybody who has used Bal.
Iardls 8now Linlment is a livlag proof
of whaIt does. Bar a bottle. tie.
60 and 91.00. Sold by W. 34. John.
ea.m
--- ---
Orls Favors Parel Post.
Wahiltanlt, Jan. 30.-Judge J. M.
Orlggt has Itrabedu a bUl providlag
for a lialted pareels post sytalm l
the United States. It is pratically
th e satme eare as that recommends
ed by Postaater GeOeral Meyer i
hi asuaul tpaort, aad explained b
bl I hsis address before the fourth
olass poetmaters' conventioa o Ato
lanta last summer.


TheatrIqal Veteen Dead.
Selma, Ala., Jan. S.-Charles 0.
Lang, a native of (a gl a vetl
Oran of the Amerian theatrical buw-
mes, died Tuesday at hti boore Ia
Selma. r. ong was elghty-oe
yearn of nBe, but wa still na aettv
nlnltaemtlt of the Academy of Mu.
sic of Selmat, which be built twenty.
two years ao when he removeJ to
Sklmn from Cllcngo.
Heavy Work.
Mr. Youirtsb-tDid you take thbis
IrnL ldairllinr? lMr. Yonltaghtlb-y-ee.
de-r. Mr Y~tiuighaln -\Vll. please
don't Id l nllyb like that again. You
arr not stroiutf enough for auchi heavy


1


work


F4r Ovw Shtty Yeare
Mrs. Wlslow's Boothing Syrup ha


tes ued for ehIldre's teething. It
SI arAothe thb child, softes the sums.
:... ,,.,-:..( ,,C ,I,, a&says all pala. cares wind colc, and
'.... ,. **,o the but reftdy tar diarrhoa.


TAXA TWOTIOCE
Appr,.ionn,-,it :, th Couty Taxes of Alachua County. Florida, as Shown
t' the Tax Roll for 190,'


lottil tm alaiti huuei eta
I'V4.1i valuittiim1,041t.'


I rtr t.


1 4 1 1...:' oii


0 1I, ral Fulld. .4-4 Ott111111'
..eal tIwd, PullepTaxii
j To 44Th iul~ista


County Schooel


11.%) 1e. '
:,41Aol
4i N1


Total


County Roeas.


call P'iawd, foum mlls
-I'ILIrftr.t"No.l .
fl l%4strift No,.I

oat~ lasc cft ('*nUly purpose..
irua I 'ari esewf Ccnwty sArper.'.


12. U ~.
i .342113A
4.4931-14


TA% Rorll 190;
Ta% ROB l*n


I* %k, 4 7%:.
$1.t03 14
:~.rs ?3cc~


As rttuued 1, Clow 43&N Sertio m34. IaVV FOt d aa. I hsby e",
It that It tlo a- n. end groM A Is t true sad stappmgutkwm fO f
i;~cl~rurc t \a~ Ia the ..I f l mida" a nty das m by the Tx Roil far
&as ale SI. Is mf c-41

~;Lpli ~ I~k Zv'mwV-n-l Ow O k"A'
mmag=40v m Lsh


I


SJ E p-' ......., I A t *.ianellon


Box Baeann. WilMe....OCleta Phi ;. *r1

SB r, H......... la e Box .............alU l
kJug Brown, E............GalAefrtlet 1'- Odwir* t.........Dunnellon
SPkg Coochman, r.......Cla Water Pks Hadley, U.......Hernanld
cn Pkg Cochran, B. G...Clear WOte o PkI Hadlr, .,...........ernand
Gp -w Grip cari .............i... b Pg H W. A........... Allachwi
Box CxW ...............d M Box u ..............Alachu
Pkg CoonWr, C. H........D i PI l Id .............Alachua
.Pkg Clark, J................DWM Pil OMl Orftn...........Japr
Grip Orespl, C. I.........Dn Po P ag t Hri A. B.......High 8pringi
Netlee tO' Af Whom it May Con* Trk Coleman, J. R.......O ab 8s Bo= Hermndo Lbr. Co...Brookville
e.n-U lsp peronally called for or Pkg Coo0k, L4a........O.. .a e e Pk s H egao .k B.. ..'...Baook avlie
otUIrwIle boi of, the Southern Pi Curts, J. A.........GatP e r Hf r.......... O water
Pk ?LK .ng Pl Cowln.o J, J .......... .. GiliMll, M. .........I. White
x 'pressOn n y willU N to the high- Pkl Clark, ll B ......... f te ks Hart J. Ba ......... jB'ootkvil
eAt bddw, tr cah, at public auction, -kgL Carlesle, Katle ......GatiTili Grip Hlisdetm A............Trilb
is the dJd tawnelU Florida, on Pkg Chtty, R. .M........ 0tstille Box Hall, Wil...............Crystal
February ISft 108, at 10o a. m., all Crate Calvtq, R..............Reddl Pi g bI$D,*R. B.....PoBral City
Pk2 Cots ..... ..g......... Nel a, ,1 ;...M'rrlstoj It
the lr Slolwbet d in printed lists to Pkg Cr er, C. L.......... N i ......fr ville
be seen i othberr n Express Com- Pkg Cobb, A..............Newberry Pkg r Heum H..........Gatnesvilo
pany's eea, oourt house and other Pkc Christian, J..........Newberry Ph Hrlon. M. .......Qalnesvi!l.
pslooM Pkg Collins, Ed............Inverness Pki HeriOn, M. M..... .Oatnesvilll
T.. .KING, Agent. Grip Coleman, ...... St. Petersburg Pkg Huntrs, MnsM.......0ainesvl ,.
J. B. HOCKADAY, Sup't. Pk Cullen, W. W.........Rochelle Pk4 oUR ,. J. B......... Ginesville
--Pkg Crow, Nora.......... Istachatta Ik H ley, J, B..... Gainesville I
Pkg Adam Emma..... Brooksvlle Cawell, J. E.........Chandlr Pk Hotten, W. T............i8pr
PkN blaS '.. ....... lsehus, Fla Pkg Clark 8................. Gainesville Pag Hotten, W. T..........Jasl,,.
Pk AbbMt X ......... Alchua, Fla. I Pkl H owtt LOy ..o........lr.. e
kg 0b C... .... AlachSa,Fla. Grip Delrey, C. 8...........Alachua i Holden, R. G........ Dunnello>
kg Ab ymJ, W..... .gh prlngs Pkg Davis, J............... Alachua Pik Hood, T. W.......... Dunnellori
Pi A D......Bk.... Alavl Pk Davis. H.............Ft. White Pkg Hill, M. 8............Leesulmr
k A ..........Clear Water Back Dutton Phos. Co.........Holder 2 Pkg Hide, 8. O.....'...High Spring
Box A 4. P.........B'ooksville Box Dulenlth, M. E........ Dunnellon Pkl High Springs Horaett.... i .i,
Pk J 8. J....St Petersburg Pkg Dunnellon Mer. Co.. Dunnellon Springs Bad.
P A. W..... ainesville ox Davis, Joe........... Ganesville Bdl High Sprlnp Hornett.....Iih
P ArM e............ Galnesvllle Pkg Davis, M. B......... anesville Sprlg Bnd
Pg Arnld1. M........ Sainesville Can Dutton .............Gainesville
p S a Co............. Jasper Bdl Dutton, H. F........ Gainesville Bdl High SpringsHornett..... li. 1
As, Do ... .......Jasper IBox Dlngby, W. J..........alnesville Springl Bad.
S Ae .........Jasper Pkg Deneaux, W. n.....Hlghbprlngs Bdl High Springs Hornett.... .l;
Bdl AdamSe A C.............Jasper Pkg ealHenry........ Brooksville Spr ings ind.
1 ASh ,L & Co lt............ Dnelosper Pkg Davis, W. N........... Newberry Bdl High-SprJlnt Horaett..... ti i
S say ...... .Dun nellon Pk l)Dinklns, E. B1.......... Tyler Sprlngs p9d.
Bdl Ad s W.......eebu, Fla. Pkg Ikan, A ......... Waits Crossing Bdl high Springp Horfett.... .ii..,
BdI Arlk D........ Brooksville Roll I)illrd, 8. N............ Candler Sprlngs Bnd.
Bdl Aust, Maggie ......'Norrlstown iag Drevas, A.......Tarpon Springs BOX Hennlngton, H. L..High Srit,.
Pkg Adan & Co ............Jasper 'kg Duglass, W. P............ Hatue PkgH Hyes. Clyde....... Brooks% I
Box Arklner, .... Hommasa .c.stg Dooner, M. J......... Sanantonlo Pkg Herbert ............... AutII-
Box Arn eM......H aesvil x Davis, Mss Ida......Morrlstown Pkg Helts, F............ Sanamrt,i,,.
ox Arobd W. ........Gaisville rkDaniels, Rosa.....High Springs Pkg Hogy, W.............Newbr,,V
Box Avers, W. W.......GInesvllo l'kg Dowling, P. J....... rooksville Pkg.. Harris, J ..... Newhbti,,
Pkg Anderso, H. C.....Ganesle Pkg Denui,, J. E........ Floral City Pkg Harrison,. '* ..... .Newlth ri
Pkg Armstrong, C. H ....Gainesllle I'kg l)uboe............... anlnesville Pkg Holt, M. J.......... .NeG.~bry
PIs Atkinson, C. G. .1. Glane lle Pkg Dubolse, W. C....... lnesvlle Pkg Holt, Tim........... Newbert
Box Abbot, J. M.. .............Trlby Grip Ialey, Mack..........unnellon Box Henderson, E. 1...... lInvri-
Pag Adam, E......... Newberry Pkg Day, Nona............)unnellon Jug lHerrington ...........Invern',-
Pk. Ansle 0. M .......eberry Pkg )lxe Pot Co...... l igh Springs Pkg Hodge, W. P..........Trenn,,
P IeO.M.... ..ly hlDavi, B. 8 ......... lrooksville PKg Hill, T.............Clear Wa'tr,
PhI Brant, W. 8........... Alachua Pkg Dawkine, R. E. W...... Stageno Pkg Iludall, W.........Clear Wa nt
pS ats W ,T ............. Alahua 2 Box Harrls, L. H......... Hernidr!,
Pkg Bn, W ............... AlIchun Pkg Ezeklel, E.........Clear Water .ug Halle, W. F......... OalnQesl;,
Pkg Balrea, 8.............. Alachua Pkg Evens, Floyd...........Altoona Jug Hall, Jeff ............ainesvill
Pk Raow, 8. O ........Alachua Box FAwards. N. L....... .bunedon Box Hill, H.:........Tarpon 8prinfL
SBrowa, C. B............ on o Cup Evens, H. D. & Co....Weirsdale Pkg Hughes, E. Lee......... O,:,
Bl sAleary...........Croom Pkg Edwards. A......... rooksvlle it-g Hopson, R. King ........Anem ii
Pag Boykla, 0.......... Morristown Box Early, N............ Brooksville Crt Hardmam, W. P.... outherlal1
P Brht. .. ..........Atona Pkg Milerson, J ......... ..Newberry Pkg Hornllne, Paul ... St. Petersbu r;
Pk Bell W. I.... .....Okahumolka Pk Kills, G. R......... High prlngs Pk Hllllard, lp81i............ Rur
Box BraweUll J, I ....... Alac.h Pkl illand, L D.........Sanantonla Pkl Hecklns, R. K............Arg
P Bo r, ........... Brooksvllle Pkg Edwards. L...........sItachatta Pkg Hoffman. R. R..........Larem
Pis Butterwlck, C.....Brooknville Pk Evens, H. W....Tarpon springs Pkg Haskins, R. M .....Clear Watte
Pka Ballj .............Brooketvlll Pk EskBtel, E.......Tarpon springs Pg Harris, E. ...Clear Water
Pk Row. M. J.........BrooLksvlle Pkg Hardy, Pat.............Holder
Phk Brton ..............Momopy Pkg Fritag, F...........Dunnellon GAL THREE-
Pkg Brown, J. A......... Mi a r BdlP Futch Bros............Alachua Pk Harrias, E. B.......M.ontlcello
BU neam., A. r...........Jnrj i Ph Poster, L C.........Alachua l Pk Hill, D. 8................ Jasper
kg Brn, A. F.......... Brooksvllle Pk FPink. W. R........... Umatilla Pk HolloPhy, Mary........Dunnellon
'kg Baker, Ra h .......Brooksville Box Feature, A........... Hernando Pkg Hernando Hotel....... Hernando
kg Balye, A...........loral City Bag Forts, Roy ..........Iunellon4 Pkg Hammock, E. H........Oberil
g Brown. J. W............... P Pla. Ind. Com. Co...Gainesvllle Box Hatton, C. E........ainesville
Pk Byrd. H........Tupon Springs Pkg Fla. Cris. Ad....... Gainesville Pkg Hasber, A. C..... ..Galnesville
'ks Bougne. C., Mrs.Crytal River Pks Fleteher, M. A..... Gaineeville Pkg Hendry, W. M....... .ainesville
Pk Baukston, A..............Trilby Pkg Foster. W. H....... Gainerville Pkl Higdon, W. B.......Otnesvilll,
Pi /"lacon. C. 8. Co...... GatI villle Pkg Frankle, M. A.......Gainesville Pkg Hopson, B. P........Ga Oneville
lox ilanton, mrs. .... Pinemount. Il PkL Pant, P. ............. Morristown Pkg Hamlet...........t Petersburg
'kg Blanton, W. C....Hernando, Pla. Box Polfort ..................Largo Pkg Hartman & Co.......Dunnelloi
'kg Dlltch. H. L............Alachua Pk ort, J. iJ. ...........Okahumnka 2 Ct Hill. J. E............ake Butler
'Pk Brown. G. B.. .......a.. clehu Jug Pledger. J........... rooksvllle Pkg Hanesworth .......Lake Butler
lox Iloll, A..............Holder Pkg Fralix. J. M...........Trenton BIox Hooks. A..............Rochell,,
'kg Brown, . ........Montlcello 8x Fulks, II.............Center Hill PKa Hughes. V...............Trill,.
'kg Branch, J. .. Tarpon Springs Pkg Putrh, E............... Alachus l'kg Hicks & Blare.... St. Petersbur.
'ail fartley. 8....Tarpoa Bprhin Pkh Futch. J. E. & Co......Alachua Pkg Hrnemmingway, W....Lake Butlr
'kg Brrry. J. H...............Trlby Bo Flower...........Trlby Bo lo W. E..........Crystal Pkg House. E. J.........Brooksiilt.
lag Beat. J. 3.............Dunlellok Pkh Flarity, Rob.......>. ...8agano Pkg Hartman, E.........Brooktvil;.
ag eat. IC. II......... Duanello T"rk Forbes. J. 11......l..Flral City Pkg Hutcherson. 11...... Brooks\l'
'kg Berry. Mary........ Duaneullon Pkg Ford. W. C. G......Oainesville
'kg BIlocker. E,. L ..... .hunellon Plg Fisher. R..............alneeville Iokx Inverness Lbr. Co.....Invern '
'kg tloyd. M................ Alachua Phk PFlon, F............a (rlnesvllle
ui Illalork. Bare........... Alachua Pkg Fluher, C. N.......... (alnesville Ju Johnxson, 8............Alacl
lox Ikanis. A. C. ..... .atnesvllle Btox Fields,. W..... ...... Oanesvllle 1"'. Johnon., W. H.......Montlcl
'kg I rtley, tRev. B ....Oslneasvlll llox Fitagerald. J. C......( ial, ville l'l .lJnkins, II. R............Ja.,,
'tl Brooinw. W. ..... .....Oainvllle Pkg tPra r. Ella.........GalineIll li' L'klg ..I;per Aup. Co.........Ja- r
'kg 1 rntlvy. J........... Olneville Pkg Frankel. R. J....... G.(aineville lth Jotns,, 8............. Uunnell
'kg rrown. J. A.. .t.Oainesvlle Pkg Freeman & Co......... Jasper l;ox Johnson, H. M ....... Galoestvl
'kg rItmrnl house ... Oalnevllke Pg Feld & K............ Auguist Pk .lal. L.itt. Soc........Oales 1'
'kg ltennBtt,. ...........linetville Pkg Johnston. J. U........manatot u
'kg Brookr, C..... ..Galneaville Sk (Gold. E. 8. ........ Cir Water
ox raddlld, C. I......... laln.eavlle Pkg Green, 1.'. .........Pliaeniot ('ratenordon & C........... l.'~
'k Ilursgan. David..... Lake Butler ior (;ra)nd J. K.... otlnticrll. 'l. .
kg Iro'n. ........ l. ake Butlter "' t L2 iP'kg JenninKs, J. A..... .lwLooks
kt I.rocker....... HIuh Springs x (randy. ..... Mnticello, la. pkK Jordan. Annie...... .rooksr'
Ike lIlllntn. 8...... Higrh 8ptagi ltkt lrant. J J...... Mont1clln, Fia. I'kg Ja.ckson. P .........Brooks '
ks ntltow. A. 0 ..... nrooktvll Pkg (allagher. P J......)unnellon Cat Johnson & Wats. .... Wleox. F'


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lro n. 5. 3R.a Ieesbg Pi
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ItlagrkeJU, .a. B .... .. Lebm g Phi
flvtud H. i.m.. ~rg Pig
lioalit. N...... -Gaieerdtile 'Pit
ltIgo. ILA ........ RPhtool le Pig
Iltnrp,. A. F.. .... Droakxvlrle 3
Itlet. it. - P I DaomllaenT
H # C ous. ...I ibr t VIO
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ftumediW. L.......Wbesad Ik
rOrMIG$ L.. .......... umis o Pk
rr~nshp.L..........rulr~
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GtodN. I. ...........Q.Olnal'llk. l'k Jordan ..............I..tarbat
p iGrsn J 14 ........ Richmond I' Jormer J. T.....Tarpea sSriT
G(rt'lu .Ro...... lrookvli 'kt J.lks. J............rln
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Opeer La .e ....... Invh Pki Jone. ~ am..........Ireksu
Ooldma. G. A............ Tretrrmo lkx Jon,. J. r...............Tri'
(oddy. Tbo ...........Treton nox J'on. R. D .... Peerebu.
4;r'.,. \W . .......Athna I'k J.nIs. J. .....O..m. .
latl. W. ....Tarpoa Sprtings P'. Jiqklts. J. D........ a.
OGambk. C. M. .Tahram prtxgs Pg Jobnmn. Reber....aI t. 1
0GIIe A Jami .Tarpom Sprl Ibox Johala. L..........GJslemi
(Gtan 1. ............ Althamr Ptr Johaem. J. I........0I Wvl'
tllabbA. C............. .Julast Pi Jerlgaa J. B...... .O a vi;
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A Germa r lW iBng In the
ttle llage O *e. ser lagd -
bunrg. built a e i a bottle. The
maker. a I. S-I ured a strong
movement wit)l iA1 der escapemieut
menauring f~Mt'ge a~llimeters and
bean Iby uwlaLg I P1t into halves.
Tbe Openilng lt ack of the bottle
measures lift allndets ~, aid in
order to get theP e lva" Into the hot-
Ve be cut an~theWt0 rvnt off each of
the halve of the l tt. Uie built a sort
f tripod a ta pl ce for the
movement. '1b d wib assemlle'l
after he had 1 atfcOld tt parts luto.
the bottle sepalb The tripod is so
eonstructd tLat jtdimnot turn wheu I
the moveyWnt tJ A oit wound. The
four pieces tOf eaite were fastened
side by side by ase of screws to
the platform attd to the tripod, a
long screwdtlv A ether tools espe-
slly constraetd the purpose hav-
bg been oMed ftr 1 operation. When
the plate Wma Pit ogpther. the clock-
maker pic5l lj t 1pt all the parts
of the miOVi lt la their original
places with SW0 ilntP wheels for the
ands. A rin white metal was
placed *armid'lt O of the bottle, I
and upon thk 1 was. soldered a
round plate. d w-tof the opening.
On this COvyef ~tiend ia an lu-
elined positloe tb *ame which serve
as a support tar f dial.
The dial is mad *o ground glass
plate, which hia lameter of twenty
eentimete. tel+ict numbers on the
dial are cut skeletd ftahion and ce-
mented to the glas At night one can
tell the tim by plaeto a light behind
the dial.-TCiblJ1 World.


THE HUMAN TONGUE.
Eloquent ven Wh it Doe Not Ar-
tilate a Word.
It is nevet aseao ry for the tongue
to talk In order to te that you are ill
or the atanle y our ilnesa. The
tongue ofUt.4 dlmb Io quite as elo-
quent when viewed by an experienced
physician e te tgue of the most
talkative pera .
It is a wonderl a rgnand should
be studied by al prnta, not only on
their owa n Wt on account
of their o IapW. It aIdes mastlca-
tion of food, d'drdIdIn In amkingl, n
artlculatlo, sad 'odlotalna I Its mu-
cos member tbh peripheral organs
of taste. T a doctors who will
spend half af heor tfeenng of your
pulse and Istent to your heart beats.
There are otlik who command.
"tick out yoar toegue." One glance
at your tongue wi to them tell the
tale.
Tremulousea s of the tongue when
It Ib protroded I a poadtlre sign of
various arvo diseases. But by far
the commeaast eaue of this tremu-
lousness p Ia eaceaaie Indulgence In
alcohol. Three is as old rule atx ut
looking Into a man' eye to tell if te
be a habitual Ioueer. It often fails.
Drink In saom mea excite the lachry-
msl rgiand, flauoa the eye to appear
watery. But all of a know men who
bav water ae yet never touch
liquor. But the bOt and nalst test i
the tongue. It li the only sign that
cannot be ceeaatd If a man seek-
Ing employment sweare on a stack of
Rlbles that ke doie not drink, make
him stick out hi togue. If t trem-
bles he Is a Sar.-New York Pres.


Cembae Mado f Old Shoe.
A umountala t old boot and I
Inrlth-.rlt bly a l, daderribably
la in the factory yard.
nr'll make cesta oat of tt
** I1 the chemist, eombs that wll
t '.lihl the perfumed and slu
ki,,k of the moat beautiful
S. ,trange. doaa't It?

0', It's a act. That tI wha
* .( of all t e world's old I
a' nre taoed hto emb.
',*Ir is f d at late a aIl piece
'* :"';'I two das t Ia chbort
S; '.;r hath; tbSIt t washed.
i rrouind to powder; the It tis
u lue or gom ad pressed
rolde.
S, kes g@ood aegbh comte,,
T* im rbber .eas ag lf."

The Ov We w.
; ity ito ies rdepjtmeo
-: tbu emxaM so ae a
to hteygli r code i
: Te ovemua.t The perates
r all peftep tI regard t
a0 t a e st aat the I
'- ad "awarmt" are ay5
to a s a stter aof te, tbe
always aMstreally op
S-r the baq erercet Is
S"* r I fehf w orgeasiM
'the ea ammy whieb a
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A Pugnciou Super. I FRESH INSPIRATION.
Wheu F. It. IBeinsoil. il, I,-tor. war -__
trliulug two arnll tf *.tlti for a Nap lee and His Attitude Toward
battle, he had some dilBcuity in per- the Comme n So;dier.
muading the weaker hslaih tio ,subilt to
Ime couqtuered. Even at the first per- Napoleon understood human nature
fonluutn'e the vaquihualid forte, which e rec led the great truth. "As a
included a somewhat iuguacious Iriab-I ma thinketb Ia his bt .rt so IS be,"
man, who may le cntllhl X.. upset tra. and knew how to apply It not only to
ditional usages by severely mauling its himself and his own ambitious proJ-
victors. and the play must have ao-' ecta but to other men au well. More-
fered if the hint of one of the warriors: *ev, be kew prelaely the right moe
had not been taken. I met to apply It to qugtken the spark
"Look a-here, Mr. ~.enson." he said, to divll energy wthih smolders I
"If you want us to it beaten, you every man. although the ashee of ft-
nust put X. In the other army. That's tlgue and flt r may cover Its light
the only wuy."--Loandhon Standard. tleporarily.
SA French soder earlriel a dispatch
Margaret's Alphabet. to Napoleo. Just as he delivered It
IJttle Margaret was havtng dis- bto the haads of the emperor his
cult with the alilhazIht. which was t spent home dropped dead Napoleon
Ing taught her In thle gid old way. ro(te as aliwe to nte dispatcb. tha.,
The letter II was i desperate pitall dilmouttlag fro his own bors, be
1I she could not remember, so l ber hr th bridle to t(h soldier.
mother sald,. "See, Margaret, it looks "'tab tl bheare ad rkie back. coma
like a gate." That was an Insplatom. nfde." hea id
Now Margaret ii In clover. he* never "Nay. slre." stao ered the soldier.
forgets, but this I- what she says: gasig at the booded hore and Its
A. i. c. d,. f. g. gate. I. etc. Her tIppl "It is too magnflAiet and
mother sees still border work ahead 1I grand for me. a common soldier."
making the little imaid forget.-Wash- "Tael Itr' eamm ded Napeteeo.
Ingtou Star. "TheM b ave thig too Irand sad ma
.. .- Iit for a oldkor of lrran."
nTheo ad er sMated aml rode away
1U HUI r ITro 0 i his ertlw bwuness ready ad
ALACHUAC UUI I lll willing. ead NapoUtee's wnra -amist-
Alaehua county is 8,400 aeres n ed through the tass and romuns
area, has 248 miles railroad 00 his army. e t hi tlred troupe
miles wagon road, M puesto fireh taptratio aan energy. *Noth-
128 publio schools, 27 phoa to as too grand and magniaeest fer a
plants, 20saw mills, '75,000 I soldier of Frantce" they sad s ad the
house, four onewpapern, Ukd B thought that they were worthy of the
duees corn, cotton, rieo, segar, bet IlBpired them to the eighty doeds
oats, rye, potatoes, pineapples, orf whcl followed.
agels. peaches, pears, plums. t
means, and all kinds of velgabl. WIF Y
WIFELY ORDERS.
Gainesville, the County Seat... M Obeyed Thm, the Third
Has fourteen ohurche, two publta Ma salkid.
ashools, the Univerity of Viorida. *h'ree men sat rather late at the
private wshoolp, three newsMaoap, ehlb oe aSlgt." aid the me whrba


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united States land o lee, tihet
water, fire alarm systOe, eleetrI
and gas lights, weo ie* fMotorIe
meehine shop, three wooIl faeto
rlee, cotton Ilo, two maO h1elr5%
three railroads, two frtiliter wao
ufactoring eompanls, one ftbo
manufactory, one reetlt(ylB Str-
peatine plant, fonr b Bks,ead vIll
stocked Irres Prabraeltni ery.
thinr i i the ecmmervris I ie.
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repomalble for the stry. "As they
were sepgattog they diseeNd a Uttle
Iervously tbh receptions that awaited
them at their wives' bands ad agreed
that be who didn't do what bli wife
told hhl oe gpttrl hmeaa should have
to tat the other to a trey dlaner
The Brit oma after rriehIg ble bo aa
stutbled abeot the dark bedroom till I
e kicked the eat The at equalled.
and the aas's wife. raIeag her hbad
from the pillow, mo nw. 'Well. go on;
kill the poor eat aad have done with
It.' The dai frowned d nd ottered to
himself. 'It io a ese of kIll the eat or
pay for the dinerr' g be kllMd the
cat
"Trbe aelod IaI uNI btld arrival moua
not lnd a ny atlcl AS lie look*l
for soe In the dlr.wlui rnal bi
otuped against tIhe. plano. sul ble
wife cinl'ainel,. h '\'bhy don't you
I'rank ftwe p laan ner,.ts. f-7 etrminal
not t, lu I thl tt. the ma got a
Lstc'het. and the w-,,"4 of rrmvbll
blows mom BilMl tihe l, mw.
Tbe third man. Irc ig nbon. tlumn
bled u the wsy ,ip.-atr. Ill wife
rrenaed agrrlly '(;, onM. fall down.
Stairs and break 7Jo neck. do'e "Not
me,' asld the (hlrt r an after a i e
eaot'rs thought. I'll pl y fllth taurkf
d4uuer "-4-b4rax N.'tiwl|
A Mdrehan's Mm9 y.
AMog the earP arNtM~s whit
aae for the me f Mrf A. T.
Itwart. tam grat sew Tlrw me.
ehast. esya RIhtard Lthdw Is bhi
WUe@tfNiMw('u'S WWa alla ei4t50191010
ry Imw ry for the d'asI at hk et
Ose day ae Mr or MI s lithbr
were leseasg the *t*re Mr. S wern Ir
eoaed them at fbe 4-fe
-"I k ., MUr l.at aei. yea ba'e
fletoit Shat yn '- be sai
a. Mr Ofasert she mrfdO *I
wast a 97 Mato 1 -f sft r a t fit
a sr l tir'e0ry a 1 hI etNr sltth 4
varety. bew stabthl eg t1e thiL
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Calling at ONARUMIFTO1I l 0.. bobh W.
The fieet Ithl I in na o mini ey


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Tlirough Pullman Hervie. on All Trains.


Consult the "Purple Folder"


Fo(r #I-~iIerdeI araf'arviion, scbwdtlui. yatesand vwW,
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PAOVIDUOD, su l AMt 'Mt e mtes
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Clvdi St. Jobhn Rivn Li
3Btween JACKOONVILLS snd SAb MORD
Bto ,pam as Palsatta, Astor, Btleftld ( DlAe),and iteranwed Liaftdb
oa U. Jo" Alver.
Steamers "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE' nd 'RIEO'K DE BARY'
bra appoiul,. to atail followrt Leave JACusVermu, dally e repS
baturdays, at :80 p. a, Retralfta, Hleae Iamroa, daily
*lOepi Siubday, iR 10U00 A.

aa DUnea
Leave 8:30 p. ....... ....... Jac onvalle ............. D:00.aiA
eavl ):00 p. m. ................ Pa. at ................L eve 10:00p.a,
Le ve 8:00 a. m ....................ArteO r........... .... Leav 4:M p. ,
eave ............. ........ lerefdd (DeLand)..........Leve 1:4 Ip.k
Due 9:00 a m.................. ford................ L ve 10:WOf.L
Due 10:30 a. m..... ........ terprHse................M Ve 10:3I0 .1
Pasonger and Tilket Offm, II Wet Boy treet JaekNwvlll.
H. H. RAYMOND, Vlce'resldent and warl Manager, New York.
H. M. MAYNARD, F. T. M. A. .O IIAORTY, O. P. A.
Pier 36, N. R., Now York. Pier 36, N. R., New York.
L 8. SCROD.IE, 0. A., V. M.. IMRONMONOGR, A. 0. P. A.
Luvturg, rla. JackemavlUl, Pl
L D. JONICS T. r. A., JOHN PENDRJ4T T. P. A.,
Jacksonville. Pla. Pier 36. N. R., New York
C. P. LOVILL. Ageot, JaihaMevtls, Pi.
OGneral Offee, Ptr 136,North River. New York.




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ChOmpiSp Sped WMritee f the World
see rt FMhlr4t More FayMbolee t
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BARGAIN SALE!


SUMMER WILL SOON BE' HERE-
We Need the Room for Refrigerators.


ALL OIL HEATERS GONG AT COST!


Your


*-ham ts Save Miey-


PERFECTION OIL HEATER, ws
i$ 1 .50-now ...... ......... M


PERFECTION OIL HEATER was
$4. 5 -now ............. 1

IMPERIAL OIL HEATER, W a
$6.00--now .............. .

UNIVERSAL OIL HEATER, was
$3.50-now ............. . 1. 7


SBROOKLYN (OIL HEATER, was
, I $6.50--now .... ...........$$.71

There is nothing Ibetter than an Oil Ieater to take the "chill" off your
room in the morning-will khop any ordinary room wnn. No trouble-
no wMdl-n-o ashow--just strike your match and it will (d the rest. You
... --- slhonld have one in your lath-rtwmin --
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS


BAIRD HARDWARE COMPANY


NEWS OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED

letters of GOonru Interest Oath.
ered by Oar Reporters.


PERSONAL ANJr SOCIAL ITEMS

What Has happened and What is
ielng to Happen Told In Short Para.
gramphe o That "He Who Runs May
ted" t It n The Sun.
It. M. Chltty has returned from a
bref visit to Jacksoevillle.
Only two more days of the Plhlf:r
& Morris Co. clothing sale.
D. R. Mclghey of AIllon was a busit
se visitor to this city yesterday.
Remember The Sun office when you
Wvat anything in the printing line.
D. M. Phlfer of Windsor waa among
the vilitors to aluHnvilll yesterday.
L. A. Vdal of iunaellon la In the


T'olvphome 7
GAINESVILLE, FLA#


Dr. Clarence II. Strouse is spending
a few days In Jacksonville.
II M. Tench left yesterday for Jack-
saivlllu on a brief business trip.
J. R. Smith of Trenton was a busl.
eiss visitor to this city yesterday.
Prof. ,lohu W. Widenan of DlhLand
is here for a few days on business.


Mro. TILon of Morrinton slent yes-
tcetday inl this city as a guest of
friends.
Mr. and MrNs. J. I. Carter of Fair-
banks favored Gallusville friends with
a visit yesterday.
W. N. Wilson left yesterday for
Lake Weir, where he will look after
his orange grove Interests.
I. J. Thomas and C. W. Sprouell
have gone to Trenton and other points
in the Weat lad on buaines.
Don't fall to nee those Hart, Schaff.
ner & Mar suilts toe $11; only two
more days. The Phif & Morris Co.
S. Frel of Archer, the genial pro-
prietor of the Magnolia Hotel was
a business viiltur to this city yester-
day.


city, a guest of his brother. J. It You can get nice orange at Reed.
Vidal. r's for! Its. 20 and 3 centit per dosen.
Prof. S. J. KIll of Alachua was Nice swet russet oranges only $1
amoni t(home who spent yesterday In Pl r huidreld.
tas city. H I). IhDke. iade T'homnas, II. T.
Frlsh (ulf t'toatl oeyntters receilvled and I). W. Milnlmue and ion. lAndo,
daily at Iae'e'ai'i '. "sat onl 4P r'lInts Wo're' in the (-ity tradihtg from tMollnto-
per iiutrt tilte ) 'ttrdtlv.
Jui't rl-t. ,t 'ic at Hout li I lorlidta liin Shl'i'4 \:Warr'en hiie returnael
eoler. miteni gtliitt,' : '* tlt ii KHidin I 1 freict i 'ttitilt I \itv i i-kiurltla,. %here he
ern it I'atr-h, hii I A'tl on |isi|rltwoirnt hlinlifes for


Ih-WTtW XiF'e % I. arrih W ae I i to I" I. f
A- 11)e- m itatItalaio uir tit thiscovtitt v Itt 1,ti ra
$35 .1 'i%itaaldl in $ Wt c. neegaa, 11t. t, ii ea ta k etka' natillnge ta 'f noar %alI, The'
$4,4 a't a% ) III\ I%.Ita illecore- at.t ) :4 Ti-Ii'' liI F Phlet er & SNtierk (tiet
fo'r tk Mlie, Os.9SeJ.'geh hil ceftotNa'uoilime'. raemi,
4' W lol%' tt ila, lt t h*ittski elic ih mLepitur t r~ivr-tg r*'prese'ntatlva'of
mIrc'rec,,t, Artleer. wiwia niIeiaea IIth lhi% 114violt ie d 'ubialishliaa ('loom
i i t' t ie. iv '.turer~iay 11111 e ,ei ('tete Ise IIIn lthe City
)It-,,( J Ai.i A v. I w-tH r I N.'-l r the ihat I) t .4 il4 iIvmg tlt 'W 1114, tRed all
temm r i' d I-.t i lt.. ra-tulasecal trimt \%,Idt'0 t 21 ittket- rgtihtT trit' t ti lie,
a 11111 .1,t-,.1_41I eitt I A I' linI lloweuteel i I caIa'a at,% r i firtiA-11 1tte mielt-4 Fa-.ue.
llile'ai~s .ck, L ..t, i -l lb .lt., .: tIlot.tlcek ta fear 81
test t 1, 1 1' 1;tet s iteee. Itle1 1 I citt. ittt % r i- ti,'
mill to 1, Q (-11t 34'l Vt~ Iltt i

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II I i IItI AIta aae I
~~~~j %e~ t ,c ocil 11 it we


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T. W. Shand
President


WIliaS= R. LStsat
Vlce-Prosdent


Garin A. Farcloth
caabwpr


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E. BO.d, a prominent'business
man of Jacksonville, is In the city for
a day or two.
Mrs. R. D. PhilUps and her charm-
ing daughter, Miss Mary, were In the
city from Meredith yesterday.
Rev. P. M. Hartman, the Baptist
divine of LaCrosse, was visiting
friends in this city yesterday.
You will retret It It you don't at-
tend the great clothing sale at the
Phlfer &* Morris Co's. Only two more
days.
Get In IUne-Start the New Year
right-speitfy Blue Ribbon Vanilla to
the groceryman. Not only the best,
but moat e*ooomical.
Captain J. W. Blanding has return-
ed from Ocals, where e was summon-
ed a couple of days ago as a juror in
the United state court.
Yes; someone knows where it Is to
be found, or who can serve you, or
who wants to buy it. Let your want
ads. aearce the town for that "some-
one."
Route Agent Rhoades of the South-
ern Express Company has returned
from Waycross, Jacksonville and
other points, where he has been on
otlclal business.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothing,
Bonar hats, Crosset and Edwin Clapp
shoes, Monarch and Cluett shirts-all
at cut prices for two more days. The
Phlfer & Morris Co.
E. L. Hulme of Hawthorn, one of
tne most popular young traveling men
on the road, left yesterday for points
in South Florida, after spending a
couple of days here.
W. Hugh Powell of Arche', the
clever and nuceessful traveling repre-
sentative of the Consolidated Grocery
Company, Is in the city in the interest
of his house. Mr. I'owell is quite
popular throughout thld section.
itev. Those. P. Hlay, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church, will nill the
appointment in North Gainesvllle hall
this evening in place of Rev. T. J.
Nixon of the First Methodist church,
who is still suffering with la grippe.
James Collier, farmer and extensive
owner of timber lands In Levy county,
was in the city from Otter Creek
yestrday. Mr. Collier usually comes
to Oalnesvllle once each month to
transact his banking and other busi-
nes.
W. W. Stripling, traveling repre-
sentative and a member of the firm
of the C.., p. VanDeman Company,
wholesale grlcers, Jacksonvlle, Is In
the city. ilt. Stripling has many
friends in this vicinity who are always
glad to see him.
The Baird Hardware Company iI
advertising special bargalna In oil
beaters. which are offered at ridlcu-
lously low prices. These beaters are
going at cost. and those Interested
would find it to their advantage to
purchase now.
Mr. and Mrs. Ic t. Godwin left yes-
terday for a brief visit to High
SpringK. It It rumored that they ex-
pe't to reinmve to that town In a
short time. where they will make their
future home, (lalnesvllle friend will
regret ocry much to lose them.
('has. A. Wllson of Jamcksonvvlle.
the, clover re'plretSaetative of the New
York Life hinur:nce Company, is in
the c eral lslito to this city, and is quite
PIlpular here tln1 account of his affable
dliioar.itlon anld pleasing manner
.1 II. IHwe'r. son of Mr and Mrs.
(} .M I o l ers, and J. W. Wllon,.
after a pl'eaeSalt visit of several weeks
to, Mr andl Mers Bowers. left Wednte-
da.s frr St Augustine and Jackson-
\1ll.. frnu he-rnce they will return to
th.lIr hornue in llinnlig. Tenn. They,
*ere aa-r-oi'llnate'd as far as Jackron- i
liI h, It it 'Colho


CLARK & CO., BROKERS


Cotton, Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions
BOTH PHONES

Gaisesville Office over J. Manasse's Store, South Side Square

Blnln'lI Of(fices: 'l'all1al~is c, Lake City, Live Oak,
Mldisoll, St. Augustine, (ainosville.


M~a in ( )fict.


L tur ISti~ 'tret't, ,Jacksonvllet, Florida


m mm
* I


L THE RAINY SEASON


An umbw'lla iv a Irsiaonal piece- of property that everyl NIl
1tl4t.s il the rainy a., w ell a the l-unIlihinc season and if you
have a go to n-turn it. It -tr4lii twld(, lint our personal experiment hi.-
bien that it is e'-aier to keep a (;()(H Il llmrella than an ordi-
nary one. Atli tilis- tatemi.nt ii not made with a Melflsh i In
in view but made tnuthfully. Have you tried both kind?'' It
us well you an unnln-llat of |iuaJity--ilk ,ovrld-- silver, gold
or pearl handles. From $874 tip.


---L C. SMITH, ainmille, Fl.---


Mrs. Chan. A. Marks and son. Chas.
A., Jr., have returned .0 their home
at Waldo, after a brief visit to the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. II.
'klls, Sr.. in this city.
The two new residences being erect-
ed on East Union street by 8. V.
Duke are rapidly nearing completion.
They will be equipped with all mod-
ern conveniences and will no doubt
End ready tenants.
Additional Short Items on Page 3.



...WANTS...


5 Cents Per Line


Miss N. Norton


Noavelis, Boo3, StStlonerl
Sonaenirs, Sheet Picture
and Picture Fmunes .. .


i~-~- ----
2 East Liberty Strwt,

GAIESTVILLE, . FLOIDt

COOTIIEfAL


,RESTAURANT


Each Insertion, but no adeurti. e Urvnd Fleer-lNet to Pealteee
meut taken for less than 20 cents. Six (Ioenuleatly ILAted Yet Privat
words make a line; no fractional lines.


every word over each six counting as
an additional line. CASH In advance
must accompany all orders for laser-
Uons In this column.

FOR RENT.
- -- - --
FOR RENT-New fiveroom cottage in
South Gainesville. Apply at Roul.
ware's store or Sun oflce.


.Not "the' 11l cit itnk in tie city" but
thr ,-ile-"t e4tablilhed restarant, thei
xast equipplil, and the place for ladli,.
mrntk'mcn, and chikiren.
O Y STERS fa
ISTERSO Continents .
sa su ile
~------- ----r e SYl.
WESTERN STIAKS, CHOP,
DRIPPED COPPEL
Regular Meals. Trading Tickets


k !:.t 't.h'ai on and V II I < n>alle m - loti.1i-. ,t ri,
reti FOR *Atli n*in (I'It igm. You
hi .*., rei-tr.d from Ocala. The form- FOR SALL. i|lW\i'l At a n riAnahl
,. -. b -n in attendance at the t'ni- ,'pe,* iali iupl.r. for i
tld Si.at cou-rt both as a juror and FOt SAI.E -Black record carbon type -hrt nn l ,ta N. .ibl
M itI.or. Mr Pikoson states that Irit'r ribtllsi- for legal work at inu -a-,n i.-n early
t.e!s t- c, hbig booma The streets The Sun o ttr e. Lr Me ~.tr. /l
ti'The streets I-Wtri In do, WhIu we tM
nre. t-ii,,gK ItVed with vitrtled brick. I)R SAl.--Stity Barred Plymouth
amI altogether there is an air of proe- Kocks. Write W. T. Jone r A a


*, mjunwuazing a
the to v rvia v
le primh
erti w'rv'd onu so
Everything goj'
and SM e late.
CAME ~m~
C'Au v rwme


tte #l"'tt .aW the bIace WiFla..,P. D. No.7 -l, 'r AavT mL se IIH P;e 6ujn.
Itl-. ,At. tn %I 1:11 411,:t,141011~iio
acltG )- J 1 C.RAHAMXPVi a& CAMW. HD, VKe-Prf HR.L TANLOR. CAmur. LE CRHAM, Am NCohmu.

!411 Alt' ced- !vd.,'
liku)l i Shit il 1 itaa ALa FIRST NATIONAL BANK Cainesville, Florida
Ct .-v %% A.. Ill tIe h it wia ddait
jil, a %%.%% R voikij'*l dtI it ,t k tam.~Ncu%-% &eCo #APImL 3 N N WELK slu m ." W 1TE TATU W =I =Y
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%1Utrr At 1A5 '-V'AS hb Is g 0llt.t1 -
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quiteI ill *ith Is grIpike-for thc 1Vast W ek ( amI e r Umuc Wl Fa and UpUoDate Me" of 4. 8, 'g.
fro d.&), i, A-azuhWd it, rit-sum* bu
fe6 w a"ahmm"eale (bet S tra f -RO-PT-- -URTEO S--R ELI ABLE. We Solicit Yojw Buiu. "
po "no. s let wata the I s_ __
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Gainesville ltational lank


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H. J. DEMPSEY


N" w a seceuMd-

FURNITURE

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Ultsd sthtm Cm* a mud city 1"W"7u


-- Capital Stock $100,000.00---


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


Henry Davie
Chas. A. Faircloth


WE OFFER EVERYTHING GOOD IN BANKING
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