Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01193
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: February 2, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01193
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
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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CLHUI NO IsFir White
;-e' Allohmond Count
Ausuara. (I., n!e
hrkdNtkCftY whit man to han I,
YtI In severntly y.r
-. o wouted In the oount
5 day morning.

PI UI~iUII ER OM time. Arthur
Svitom, as d he paid
Is s state IneSiW nd, an ts for murdergll
HLammon in the King
4Dte 6VM 0r FSaiurs of Is, 1906.
Other instittmits I kOetaer PracU*ally every
Year. the ni odern science
tried to save the oor
York., J'eb. 1,-'ih Oriental at lt the maijesty
oil w44ch S MR Of 4010"t"on Dt be evaded ind (G
steyted Thunifty. *A nt open /doom on the gallows
"fmaen rrd.7 Only a *wallR and
Dmtice u posod 4a No foor & aossel d the execution
ag that tha g MAIIAhin waS executioner, a few f
by olde Oft t" St 5upeiIV pie of newspaper me
tt4 bAi. #A*ie tbat watobect
orlen$A buat o A s o ba aklI #Wmly oD the trap thl
W "a 0910. I4S5 wordinW to ijt*. 11 0wa
1551 tem~t 1Cqw 16 Ind.tadu-st u ta whf h be as I1
kaitorslAll B. to banks, tiwo year rago, anw
hers &Ad brOkrS @0417,252. It had ftrleqs as cruld heo
iplls fund of $HUX90 "d uzdivid- Tne stor) of lil cri
Prosts of $1036*.- taken to escape the
Leonard, a a abak e miner, lic i-tory.0te


Man Executed In
y in 70 Years.
Bb. 1.-The first
n Richmond coun.
I was lrlly exe
'y Mil yard here

0:1S o'clock, east-
P. Glover wait the
the xtremrn pen-
lMud Dean ,.-
mill here on Oct.

resort know In
of law had been

of the
lovuar V

Pn icrni1
the jlrl-l
lat 8-,u !
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rit, e
p.' ,I

4 mn,b hut
law cultd
1%e.t to his
('ribu%'i A'lt.
antI a con-l
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hir better

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p lced la no0a M the maUtu- he walked ln* Ki," .!ilT cn ,' -
*.I lng a helpless wo :a:: ; *; e t:l,,d
oine of depositors wa formed in a largn plol fr'n i ,: .. 2'
t of the nialn ohfe at Broadway' Ube:rately liot htr i. I 'r
John street at an early hour aud three of the s! .' :, aIocr
a the hour for Openiot arrived she hai falon. i.- 1 '.~i "
re were about l doeildtoss iu markninn and I r '< ,r h t,
S.some of wtom d already been would hev pro,, t.' 1' ,T ,r
ding for several hbor' In the ex- woman ti!il ali: .4! ,, '.':. tr, i:or
cold. As moon a the clostl.n in a Il f IU L : ,1
announced thI ta melted wway. I..
e rocena tnobls o f the Orietatl GEN. WOOD'S RECOMMENDATION
Srom the loari at he BDoueih j
kof Brookly. ahd the ILternation- Provides Other Sources of Sup1ly for
Trust compare to laWt.. Officers of Philippine Scouts.
e Oriental blnk l s depoetory Waslington, Febh. --Aleneral
the capital stek f tbe 'ustt comu- Woe has reconinienlc d lJ'ihlaUon
y when it wo d llI by W. M. I providing other sources of siipply for
aod others l- When the oeloers of the Philliplne Mcorts than
rh buak OlO It was disov-i those now available lie suggests
That the OrMsal baak led loan1- that appointments to Junolr plraes li
It 60,.00, 6* It' aaeted the commislsoned perrsnnr l of that or-
it tls wa rewel o the Orieatal palNtlon be extended to graduate
prat a the capiat oeak o the 1 -* of certlan military schools and to amll
Irationl Trut am y. Itary academy calets of two ye s'
It ard W. iJe Jr., redldest of service found detlltettt In onl! one
e Oriental Bash, retied e Novem- study and wbo are resommendod r or
r. and Huh EKely, & well known' ppolutnen( by the academy board.
ma"elon merchaL t wa elected preo General Wood points oit hUit the
.1* claees of ellglhleS In 'he i, behalf a
Twelve of the leadisr luantal In eference iS eUsCt!l.i';! h t law, will
Itotiog of the ei Welhiteered oa soon reach .Ih an r. ' prwhide
Monday to aiStl.tLe diltrtese "1 their appointment io11, tI.'* iT.i of wat
Ilttlon to Ne t Of $1,000.000 on Ileutelant In : .. ,ranlna-
h. provide tih dirbtors would tion.
a ine ldltl lT potbe or I A WHEELED CHAIR
W lou. T7be M1jrttr ad tho diree-
e amnreed thi b *bt there were Miss Nethersole. Atr.. Who ad
. amon) ther sM t pao ledr. Sustained Injur.. Playr, Part.
dah t. do go, S"t pn fled. f ail" e I
,r d rev'wrs at a a=iag riday deo h,, ..... ... .. Ir
d to p'ac'e the tb A Of the bank uNet a o n ,... t
I t hands of te tte bIek -kl s do .e ,ratl In ,
-- Thtiarsda 't @' with an
PAIO 1T OlT IVONO. aci !nt. fa:,; : '.* ;;'r P *v J
_- im nt sad *e: ', r ; .'a: Illt&*
l-m Judge naflaed to GeCvvkt In mn! In Ter r:r..' : ar' the I *
Whisky t411 l etep S;he ap. :"' a evere1 1
kruinlgra. Ala.. Fb. 1.- e*-- brutse over t!e l'-splte the
- 0of' o tl mlatar Irkt. a pain arn4 urr.i ,' ;. rn., ias oa
estlet a magiW f eIIIg wl0- Netberwole p "luci l' ..''r.nri) to ap
' tet'ee. mey sof* wVo was pear Thlrade' r.','
IM prouuroe the V The ald;cn Tc -;* n r,',1l tt thekj I
a ar a Wrbit tieeted that b iatnln of the 2" :.in and 54
S. -,a Uggr f-vee a bell the actre :s ; '":ed i'
S. al hotel, aId tIt he td wb:ere ca r U art
S "* $ by th LtAl el Order ap,,l : e Lreat
e ' -f rtg Wbe e idea o ,* dtffct '.t y a re r .
St held that evident e pro abl '
a:.' .aer wIMld not be sc-
t' rn t egro ooie A B ;(d.
S p yoalnlfst' ha ve a far. , I
;Ir .' -* a th wat eo the law % ,. ,, M to t
-goof 00.eta-. have
s I a ... .- ,1, or U 4 I

*"tt of Lose. Oe ~-muLeee
j V~.1.-4eaord
SNOW Stgateomes
S"'Ma0i4 in Wasi.i pro.

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When He 1iltd StlAbrd WhiU


Littleton, Thaw's Lawyer, and Solic-
tor Jerome "Brek iven" As Result
of Verdlot-Thaw Could Have Gone
to Asylum at Prmer Ttal.
Special to The Sam.
New York. F'eb. .-After arguingl
and balloting all ngll loag II tih lt-
tie room adjoinlun the thaabar (,f the
criminal branch of the sulpfta e court,
the jury Io the Hlarty Thawa cn. filed
into court this mnorunin and returned
a verdict that Thaw was hIfinau vtihe
he killed Stanford White us thel M.dl-
son square Roof Oardeu. and the
court thereupon committed the, dlref'(d-
ant to the Mattewan Isaase Asvl hm,
The verdict was a great surprisen to
'hawT as he expected to go "oott
frie'" and he has repeatedbly .it, rt',d
tl.t'quie' ould rtner be huti; that
c('Lnmi'!tt(e to the n ivlunm.
The verdict it considered ia :rent
airtory for Thaw's lawyer. Martin
I.ttleton. however, as he hash nved
the ntck of his client.

New York. Feb. l.-Dy n.ou rl-
day the fate of Harry K. TL. w:a
I, tlhe hands of the jury.
The Iawyers fanlted t'(Jr ',lnmi
miang lp abd Ju(kd DowUni fnlrlheo
hte obutey at 11 o'cikx. ,
The ur retired at 11:40 ta ..
teaItd all the eMhibltb wit.om.

mm 5. 13 53 I
*am nurw
It ope(lag his edare t', the fury
Justice Dowling Ilfsprest upoe too
urors the rewopBal lity *bieh was
heirs, telling thato t *y o id
aer s i blad Ma f po ti-hlr verdki
lepeided the Ul lir terty f the pe

"Your rdlet na o( i,", Iasee
Sbey say ma8Ier e-stte th.1 reo0,11
Ul be NdeiT ahmua ain mar ai m


a. -

Oar mi ar pb" tesed

NW T arbs, ; TreSNOW
a. ?, I3M.lb"s. elA"Obha a

Vhvlet- boIe.
be blowerwwo of huu.
fts .sim'o MeeIS49movef
m Nam---) --11
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POINlf h ew PWAWS Pge&.

Seau ue r ow A am d as
hs SI No feg Wt" es of
bm swee Cesh mi,

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your am. Glavasernnarle luoigment ap
to the w bbt, credIbility and mean SITU
Mg of Ute testimony. Nor are you
ofterrsel with the punlohm~nt wttebb
my a Wkvw a verdict of guilty st your
hbod,. Your "P l funotiou Is to do. RumT0006
trained I itsaw crime bad been com- .R1 n-* so ft
bI utted, Ia tPad. and leave the ones- RLauhpr*lu rwlhr.
tias ot penalty to ho". responsible
or. Its i"poslttoU."
Justice bowling told the jurors they PEOPLE IN STATE OF TERROS
Should boe In mind that the priven-
or is presumed to be Innocent until
the jur bha. been convinced bswnit *uIopHn Reeldent Have Saaes
a reasonable bi t that be ois gilty Themseivee si Their remos ad Ap.
tad that the burent of pruok as to plied to tts Russian Ceseul forPrio
Ievroy material olement rests upon the tocn-oeI FaresineresaWn.
lirtccutlkn throuA!ou. It. was with.
in the imowr of the Jury to accept or 0 h. Felt.-A diistlab bas
rtejedt th testimony (ifany wlnese. been aec'eivcii iire otiam JulCf, ov tbp
in whole or In part, and also to do:pr kusilandat.ian frontier, saying 6W
nwhni the %perht or nittortane e u Wh he be altubatiolkwi i iTbr is to eu nme
gttf' to the testimony of any witc- ritical.
LCINU. Ihe rh o lVolutlhioaiI' 4 r.reIs MaeO-
After eptloeiln at length th' con. of l!'e Low't and Utdr nuier ia Isam
midiratins that the jury might take 6t4n1i) 1icrrvasing.
hifi arc'oiit in weighing the tteeilmt I- liutis of aiourccits wanb through
ny tif witnesses. Justice i0wlaing re- tho sIteets tI TitbrlA. oot0lya ad top
forreit to the oc-afled HwunmmoI af. roirlors tb1. popI o,
dalil. flow, had told them that it a i't, aiegl'iti.lilts Las o uatrotl of
witnos had been ouiviccd t f crime (tile r iutiou.
I cy wiltht conathlr that fact In 'r'.v I.ir~i"'an rusl~ionts have barrnG
a iiu ilig ti's 1iiuOn, aud als that caccmai also that Va In iheir houses 46d
It U.'y found til"t auy wltesa hadde. ha* tpi'iv to thu Iouisian owsul
ll'tir~drit* le'stifld falsely they i "ru toa '( r 1.1.
ait 1I?)rty to (tireguAlh bis testimony '111u 11 iy of the CAMSOu1u h" Of"
Ide'rsl I Vusipn tf ,pit to) JulI(A to le

CU6TKR MEMORIAL. in ru'allic iita f.s. 'v a I = n e
General's Widow Anneunce$ Her
Plans Regardlng Some. Measure isoPesed by the Houee Car-
Now Tork. rb *.-/M0hesit morlI rying Over 4.2300,00@.
ahi(h Mrs. 13zaboth Comer, widow V"hriastrmu, rb, e be -T arat
of (Jerairral Gerge A. Cunter. the In. de~fitei'acy mpproprisloas bU waa pse ps
tllan fiatter, killodIk the Uttie hi s d b) the be hae M Tbdrm The W
Hern massare, will eroct to her bhu& tal wniouimcarriet Oby W1t $I *IS
ban l's memory at Broaxvrils, a suburb 4&0 or $410.0 les I.. sso reported
of tisi city, will ta4e1t1 e 11k pe of O by lie ofzby60 mittee. e large slae
home for I'm bluouagtgrs," acordIllto C rctjwas Q a tof $3o08'm Is ash
to thebeSOSRnCIU t do by ft.hw sm.&$ Igad O Ea &rarr.
CLeter. WI he as o Wm tV ne" a as
Mre, Cmeramid that a soW as 'he I .v r t onlyaa few Pa 'ht *0
1i0ed, sheshoe "Old t a AsAOb dl r in e 4od to be diupaed of. -Ingled
for the plse whet. re deree B r t Goe rp f w i t ot 1
tablish a bowe $r gria a utlrsas poIastoat eg t91 rtyms, adIgjesi&
eoNOMA to desire to help 1mem pflemos lor the s* bw Ne Ge
but who have W met ss3 11mt mesas km building. Ohair" T& q sig
do no. 4eIai ee lllbe Ok P he raIoa be e ofthe mas's
tor qeuvw 4a at hem. 2 MI i ft r Vev presy sas gm'" .
who take upss of&bePlo t I "I q ,rpe't"A "a R w UMORUtp
Maow W 00 ap"el d beer of tie mNW
the bqlitiftMgI be starltd 8 o1 As ltr,
the weathov *41! pUrit. Mr. MAAsl~f IW4"o, opposed so
prouom, s"d It i iwas usalees sets
SUIT HAO S 8 s9 iy'uo. BT pwat, Worder aftr eorlderabIelo 1.
Lt 111e1n Stwesin Me.W LAWI* Cert1"114AT M GA.
Pay"e. Asesee, and Ofte MY es.
New York, Feb.- 1.-%te wail
br~ooht 0"60t Mrs. LYeenle 4 Of'. I fAk 1511Mp. 5aPMW #Phyleo,
P)li~e. L... Actress."Miamissher for. Leml Hos Li
OUeV latiaste Irleud, mis nNurma to. AAugusta, (is, eW I.--Dr. .
Nuttro, to reonoer $41.71f lor samolP. brigbaa, one of the mostperwsI
loaind. eat.. hue be eNttled, Miss 2* 111 rltlse o tbl of his Ime
bMumro promsIg I *pay 86,000@ ad hles life is a bOe tborsda owhb do"
tars over a member of pie oeof e u8roy" eihlt sOrW Bed reeId60e
eCry elpimed to be Ire, Carter's prop at Ihe small t town of lrart, now 'i.
erty. Mrs. Carter a the NSae ( itime 1.
taraeg ewr jewelry eblb Y!Mike Mae II sAtempting to re sew 6 sm,
roo rlaime n s bore rime rawe esd ome reluee dePows
ne oey t Will b he ma0e&U ;urs ire rbrishaf w ooltas &W teohum bs
Pre'-(lc. two, reirIer to bo k hjlt.e woit a aW. W oselsse. We
VIfr carter. who will also got be Uoi 6 I w UwshI be aI knbe vm
w00iry. It wee shrough Ur Pro&. ber andhoridt o daf. w tMr.
Ure tb &lbo Go" Matwas mad Hda" lkad a "o rmrtew 698w
___ lb.1 %0s IN byhase frabm Is fmei
Pethr 61W CHildree Oft #o.e 615.058. with Ismueae ofo P.6W.dd

the lb ore earoId gttrl. ) was ekeS Peund Vebebtar hmed
Theraday hr her father WiIam N. WaUI'tin~. IY. 5.kl ..4
~mel..'I 9w'r h's 4 arrlasso St 433 5gbl b'svssser Mad *10 "' of
7$ do OId.'erh bw also sh d km. leerr bes .eolskmu vqpuM. )WWY
.'.a:Jy klled hIs OvIreaoreld da.*c ibep were *UIrd~or pIp h I SW.

yeSU~t corn V 1185,L Meutish to lces ebrad has eseertabd 'hat a
tueei I. taJ~ *hes queet1'- redv PdP& SaJlab~r~ eset hde I~wWouIa 5w
tag the trss54y PmtUr Witoop SM.o b ee s y wls

-rC -. -J~ -. rrrr teo lA. Ideueu~oYWs v Je~mv StI

ie d-a the f~Tv Y~sM et Pu~wh a.~

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Ware Closed Down
Irom Imprg


Tho Camm a s WO so 0 oIf Vil at
Jsec"If. u. O sd fee WP
Day* 9Sut 04iri from E9M eWt

as t a dt, Ord"% tu ftar w -4
sees of orme, thi Lbskr gu~s o
@"N Osbu ,wrr~f
throughout thq -ar, whiA

bigmin at jaokm"i14 whisk "

This Will be gratitug I1-~sb
A vim al $6 w wli*i~~u
a)thueF, u astheeysp 'p ~

Owd moouitb opwa sis 0071A
be naseo vera legs snisr wi
NOI = resid frm art ies Is th
Name The mos Itmia-'No W a
Me byed aor* $M tbdeft
am@ d this oemWaO, sa& svrtiv

met Csmpasv, PrIiWtill to be II~C
r1)1 sde0 e -11-9. "
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ththeU~bteawpasth eW
Isttu t~l ft" min 09~
~ It~ H@mpg Owk

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J. r. Homer of hJeaenvdUH, e of
the pobient bwftm*ee -of that
lty, was ai the city *rdy.
It b are* tmn ood ao a s t, eame
to o pt o Mor y.ad gave mosey.
SLheI LU. The P e x oris Oa
Friond of U ttlJ l aett
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oee. P.
rMnl. wiU regret to lear that de
I S I te O IU but will hope or her
eedy recovery.
W. D. Sheppard a clever travealn
m whto "ees his ba e I tho eit
\ r-edWr erday frth a etded
In 1ut lorlda, p taill
tor the et tart three

Pole' Honsa and Tar urea the
m ae obektate o he ad empl th
o ed trom the s*yme aes t is Ull
LutiUve. It io arasmt The Ie
abue Is e the yeUaw pa ge,-J. W.
MoOoUlluM Co.
Ihrif LW. W. FPamell has returned
from the Ooklawaha wL ape where
bhe ha been an a but for the pat
Sfew days with his brother, John raP
sell, of Campville. The huat was very
asestiful, three lae deer being the
SK. Roeborou of Windsor, the
cleor and suoeesftul traveling repr
setative of J. H. MoLaurtn. Jacksoe*
ville. wau h the eity yesterday. He
left In the afternoon tw hi home,
where he willU pend Sunday with hie
pae ts, Mr. ad Mr. J. A. Roe
Mile Margaret Taylor. who Is
uat reeoverta from a severe atak
of typhoid fever, ito speodU a lew
days at Tloga as a guest of her sita',
Mrs. C. V. MeKlntry. friends are
glad to lern that she is rapidly gala*
l strength, and that hae will no
be all right again.
W. Bobol. who for the past year has
been conected with B. d tlelstu Ia
the caprelty of manager, ha tt pene
up a business of his own at lt* West
Main rtreu t N. In re"r of the Ganae
ville Natlonal lank Mr. lebI to
quite popular here. and will ao 4ed
eajoy a fne busineM. He wlll d
to clothing anld ind!i,' and gents'
turlatish ls.
Ma1 KranuM of avaUnnah. fer ame I
than a quamnr of a r"tury a f aiit
ger tn this et *Cui a as travte
usleluan. au tiu the city yetIerday.
Mr. Krausu I probably the oldet mana.
tn potat of wrvritc traveling this tenr I
try He noteI the program of the
ctuaatry everywhere uad dearest
aitwarsvttil i to boe the standard to
the miarct of lmprovemea
A. %111 be aem htr unotw e eb
Shro, I this lIse. Marshal r e
Aro, is a radiate ar r oettl a.
Mr. Arnow has made aen mell
oSltal stire h is eleeutis hat AM
and his trkd4 wito tre Ive am gP1
stuport it bhis candMay hO aV




at ownda personal
teg dSr l~is saatawly a
a M bat afr a seemed term.
he *d4t0Uo ih Me ophUS (Tenn.)
.' t my opinion
SWTar hi the best
Sodds and lung
'Mo at ow penonal
Me ld and Ta noah
t hr ot her af marve
bu The t the n M. and
-Po. W. MeOQatl

MAs to Mr. T. J. Swear.laey
(a MIr P. t. Bu, no Mho Nolto
rN s saand p or ofea a td,
Itfb h r fLtfar, h lau arrival
hw o CL ab rt Jr., wel ct

AMb g the K st abee, e will be sade
rated st the oper.he anWe~~ld f
e nt eMw toall ts own seendsa
p er. The predt ieoa of Mr.t and
tw Ia two i to be ooriL bony to
pee ttdr wmel apt help them l
ran to am&
Al IN a land pu and simled,
Amefso the eta betat." will be r a
Siad ast at The fur due Wel deen
evabig, february Bth. This co00
pay ea"rt all Its own. seef-
ery for the productlo, and Its "tae
sittind se ald to be extaordinari
pretty and Whel apoltned. The play
te elf la a ovedy pure and simple
with a abeseace of obeap seevatntal.
Ism but a abundaace of good olea
Goody. asinothag that wea ea lamh
at Old mt andestad afterwards what
We ikaget at The ftasy duel seeme
in the third st said to be a pretty
od9 sae fr the b for trhe evenintag
%'1 lea1 t ad the plendid orebeetra
wB pleae all lovers of good masiom

Negtlested Coe Threaten Life.
(urem The Chiago Tribune.)
"'Do't trt with a ld' is good
advice for prudent men and women.
It Iay be vital i the earn of a child.
Proper ood. good ventlltlon, and dry,
warm olthMg ae the prope arfe
guards elast eold. If they are
lata-e through the changeble
weatherof autumn, wtater and spring,
the ehaee of a surprise from ordi.
Wary colds will be slight. llut the
ordIary light cold will become severe
II neglected, and a well established
ripe cold s to the germs of dlphbt'ria
what honey Is to the bee. The great-
eat menace to child life at this sea.
1 of the year is the neglected cold."
Whether It hI a s id or adult, the
cod sgSt or ev re the very boot
treatment that a bo adopted Is to
gtve Chamberlaa's Cougb Remedy
It Is ste and sure. The great ppu.
larity and Imm eM sle of this preop
ratm n ha beea atalaed by im rer
markaMe care this allmeat A
cold never reeuHe n pm emolm whbea
It i gIves. PW oe y all drusggnst

I take this mthd of oac
my eOdldaey fta reeleetlt as City
Marhal at the eHectio April 14th,
1W. I have endeavorad to perform
my duty without fear or avor, ad
would apprerate the sport of my
Mfr,.fttians prmlsnte theae moat
te-tu to the duties of the aoc aI
thM uta as n the past. Thaaking
mea ho pait suput. aed so%4 ttinx
yer vete at the mla lg Istektd. I
am. Very trly.
111 T. ARNOW.


Swamah Maket Aegive for Choloe
so gAtrs Fine.
Avsrnans a Fob. 1-The muaret r -.
for as Island showed ao active o dlAY I"d 14 -t ji..I:
mand for o)ote and extt ae, s t_
alsI fair demand for fle, wthbC 4t 0b yb
donei c. were ppe # .... -d s O
don. Prico wer epivnalvlenceofapolltd blood, and lowed tn .
but with corint Canccr. Efforts to heaithe ulcer nea foealves, pl.s:c
Other l alorrade w lot or qit exteral rmeries alwy rI lt .in ff,.bnm u trcr.tmn it
neglected. At the ekCo of tpe we*k o ibte ffct on t bod, where C h t and mo: ', b.t
some further Inquiry was not. 'The fCormS I~ .eared t i the acitrc W t. NOsor or?
month of Pebruary is asull al sct- eas iMt without a predispoa it the open, dis-harg
Ive month In the es market wnTedor lcptering old sore wilt contl1aii iepatf Into the u:",oi
The following prices ale tbad ot fl as 6g as a polluted, 'germ-i Sfascharges its imt
fJ^nttL if^es lato it 8 8 8. <* 8. goto t yimSfleBi ?trouble, ad d
factors' quotations and are rev ta e gi n .ptodit. cing .poit90 t iatl which keep
weewl on Fridays: i Oeartoa. asth.l rich, purified bl
Fany Georsilu .......... 28 otothe the healing begi
Pancy loridas .......... 28 Hu bJIlammation
*Ux. Choice Floridas...... 22 @21 2 b d healthy
EL. holee Georgita...... 21@i so0 S O' re i mnpef
Choie Ga's. and Fla's... 17 018 g Ti made entirely
x. ne Ga's and Pla's.... 16 bi w ul a Teig, cleans
ine Ge's. and Pla's ....... 14%18 med iC
Common Ga's. and Fla's.. 12%018 of the o u d and n medi
*Nominal. ---i oe te l Id kn M ATLANTA, n
01PQ?109 004 ATUNTAI

Charl ton, 8. C., Feb 1.--Se Is.
land Iaket: Receipts, 142 bags; eo-
ports, none; ales, 19 bas; ;tock,
8,837 buo; market, steady. Fine,
5~%o; off color, 32c; No. I tinged, 28c.


S*xten Convert Will Receive Rite of
Iaptlem This Eveonlg.
The as been n progress at the
Prieddhip Baptist bcurch, corner
Nth Pleasant and Seminary streets,
a yovifl for the past month, which
as reelted in a great dal of good,
Lspeelsal to the young people of the

I. LK. Hill, the pastor, will de-
her the baptismal sermon, after
whlI lsteu candidates for thb fel.
lowebhpof the church will be baptied.
4 odll Invitation is extended to
the pJbMo. Seats reerved for white
riesnd. __

uperintenment Warren Expects to
Finish Paving Soon.
aIpeantondent C. C. Warren of the
street department, with a good force .
of hands, has been busy for the past
few day repaving South University
trtl and as made an excellent Job
of the ame.
Superintendent Warren states that
he expects 'to complete the work
within the next day or two. and when
,omplted It will be one of the best
thoroughfree In the city.

A Stitch In Time
Will ave nine. So will a bottle of
Balard's Horebound Syrup always

kept on hand save many a spell of
sckness. A sure cure for coughs,
eold, bronehlUts and whooping cough.
Mrs. .--, Hot 8pringa. Ark., writes:
"I keep a bottle of Ballard's Hore-
hound Syrup In my medicine chest,
and thank my forethought many times.
It has prevented many severe spells
of sickness." Sold by W. M. Johnson.

Rev; James Lamar eMd.
AQgts. Ga.,. Feb. l.-4-ev. Jas.
1.aar, aged,'79, father of Judge J.
II. lamer, et-Istice of the supreme
court Of Gortga. died Wednesday
alighi t the hone of Judge Lamar.
Mr. IAmar was for half a century
prominent minister smous the Dies
eplee of Christ, and was the author of
several religious works, and a regular
eontrtbutor to the relttous paper of
his deomtsatioa.

S La Orippe and Pneum la.
Poley's Haner and Tar cures la
Pgripe eaofe ad prevents pne.u
mooia. Reftee any bet the gusene In
the yellow package J. W. McCollum
, Co.
West Virginia e ryan.
tCharuft. W. Va., reo. 1.-WU-
as Je Oslap brna was mulmoaasy
ladeored ar the prI estlal nmuns
Lioa at a jm caU of he demeerat-
to member o the Weat Trlata s
ate sad bhoe of dieegues Thudlay
afterasot. sad a telerams latmtag
him of te thMe act was east to Uuooa.
care any case o lttDtg. BId. lsed-
aIl or ProtegH Plle Ia i to 14 days
or mmeM iaeabdL. Me.

'ors dubasi

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ainesYille aStikna1 lank

--Capital Stock $100.0oo.oo--
s Iii

MdGMin D.Orawforyd J.7.Jaaso
.R. Steokevt Dr. M.f.DePu T. W.Sbands


Ha ry Davis
Chase. A. Faircloth

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Fire, Life and Accident-l"bo Om "t "rw p* fl

You -Are Assured
no wr Imas *" en o" rem via@"s g I" W
ft Lk ,"i t Sal &am
ft" b" Um" WL $

Vou X 1 aA.MIH.







ti Springsw


Was started by DLkswve Wire
*lgated Plat a .tel, and
Rapid i age
-|M) to t1ith
d A 3tft wbr vitd hb tath-
W. Ettwl, on o a Hmll
Now at Wbhir J % wbich
bms Frida b spi t Sat.
in White IAhINIft after
terests of w t W Iltt HSre wa
gpom the ruins.
as. a Serio It the own-
a It InvolvTs am ,0W00 to
o,0. with oly y l sarance.
SHamilton w e of the large.
ssd finest hotel thi t section
oe State, and Ws vry popular
h the traveling peid It was an
todate place, and the lose will
oe serious alo to the people of
Of Springs.
rbe cause of the Are waU from a
active electric light wire of the

lton's insolated plant
has not been decided wheTier
hotel will be rebullt or not.

of Verlous Pieew of Worship,
here Thoe Dealring May Attend.
Services will be held a the churches
Ia Sabbath as foll vI:
First iBaptist Church, Rev. 8. n.
ers--Sunday 1cbool at 9:30 a. ni.
cachlin at 10:30 'a. m.; subject,
hris in the Clouds." B. Y. P. IT.
lor. at 3 o'clock. Ienlors at 6:15.
aching at 7:15 In the evening; sub-
t. The Great Call."
First l'resbyterlau Church. ltev.
o.os. Hay-Preaching at 10::30 :;
.; miubect. "A Large Place." Satb-
th school at 3 p. m. Preaching at 7
: subject. "My Redeemer."
First Methodist Church, Rev. T. .1.
lxon-Sunday school at 9:3.0 a. in.
hlng at 10:4&'a. m.; subject.
World In the Church;" the holy
munlon after te mDn. Orange
lMsoms at 2 p. ~4 Ior Leasue at
p. p. EveoiQ o# b at 7 o'clok.
music by the choir, both morn-
and eventua
Advent Chrlstlsa Church, Rev.
S I.Ae Lee-Sunday sebool at 10 a.
SPreaching at 1:465 a. m. and 7
m a Subject for the evening, "All
Pbwer in Heaves ad on Earth."
At St. Patrick's Catholic Church
there will be flrst ma at 7 o'clock.
and last mass at 10 o'clock a. m.
Ilshop Ke.nney of it. Augustine will
l*iate, at both serves.
The usual aervloe will be held at
Holy Trinity BptmOpal ehorch and the
Chur, h of Christ./


-. ~ cAiticli*14 'ist' islAltai
isirmu as a menrcm to ciur
.' "Iwh Wooed it misy Ie-
kl wni familis.atn leals
410 'Iia ei*311d, hINAki~'A ad
t *irtihlmp of on-' or ra a
'~'"'~:rt natu whebithe eeek-

"'a andi na ay the family
*' hms'nor i cn'irae 1w-
'4oad. Rot the xgaul
t*lltnt huoinwm de"' far
J., the'eal. It is a pke-
-Imptumntlarf kw us to tIlilol
1tW,Iqwm.i^ of honest .V.
A lssfti ia thr emrllb!'?
pJ'iat to think thal
-r -w heavw o1rkeq
~and witab Cpid. an-l
rthe w inlmeot Itm
twm cumeuart.'l it.

*' ? Woin a MWPerdrtm.


Ipa" l7maid leeIts%,

-t-WAweljatip. mal


.. HDE'S


Continues far Few Days Longer

We Are Still Thrwing Out Sm W ValM at ices You cannot Affd to Pass. We b

--- HWt Wto the Gds
i- i I

Great Values i Weol heim s"m s m" Sais

for few d s.

Fine Table Linens, Towels, Shets, ilew Cae, led
Spreads, etc., all at a Great Savin fr the
remaining days ef this sae.

Fine Suits, Skirts, Waists, Sik Petticoats. Mulin
Underwear, Kimonos, Oressn Sacques, etc.

Both Phones

Comforts and &MAINU lmier fe. TY ou
afrd ti hela y Iah in &t e prim we ask.

stlhan. Outins, Muslie, Sletips, a rendeTd.
Save extra moni by bying now.


Me''s Frnshings s Underwear, Women's and
Chiren's Underwear ad Hiesry,. elts, Fancy
Notions, Laces, Embrderlars--Great
Values for thi sale.


Reorganization Has Been Perfecte-, President Warner and Others Will Ap-
and Band is Now Practicing. pear Before Commillison.
Those tho iar'rl I i t 1 .i td iin I 1). Warner. I n resident of th' Flor.
will be glad at d lh' iniiur.esi i ni that Ida State Vegetable and I ruit (irow-.
tile Gaiue'i\llle bIa'. h) Ilanl li bas ers' ProtecUve Auso'lntlon. x'c.t stlt tei
reorgauleid, autn tlht iin .t -I, ,rt tin>' leave tomorrow for Washluiton,
the people of Gainosilll wAill alUnain where, with a half-ldon other proml.
have the pleasure ofi llitelingh to goud neat lmen of the State, he will appear
mallc from an organitzaolm 'n mconimpod before the Interstate Conmeree Com-
of the citizens o, tthe ,it mission In behalf of the aaoclation In
An Interesting a.in l*i att; ended the matter of seculrti equitable rate.
practice ineetiling Aas held Friday It will be renlieaberod that this
evening, at which a gra.;t el'-l of eon fight has been on for soume time, the
thuslasmi wais uii:antlf'I-l lhI'I. we'r StateI Association having argued that
several inusltre.n oi c.f i tn in 'li'snt t, the rates on fruits and vegetables
with their 1 Io% rum.1t m :nis id a from loluts In Florlds were' very tauch
niost sHtlfacttor i,.raI'tic, a, h,.ld In e*Ianxcs of the rates charged on
Thil now orvaI I /t.:n % ill t. under the iaIIe class of prllodUr fri)w other
the directili cf l iiii ,' %Abramsm, a I'oliits. This hearing will be the out-
nmitlsh'lii ,I alii l ,. uInIrstal ilM d n, c' rm,. of thf complaints aild I'r. idntl
band iiua.e' an 1aI 11 ltit(ut y- W' rumer'r fIei 'ure that thr' Interstate
ing that the (; i ,. I i1 .ill ve r Con ileull ltio will take rvio. favorahle
(oure >tl f I 5 ;.s'm ti tthe prepniH m.,

Death of Mrs

eight :r e'
ell%. I
l~e~ I "
l~'r'l a' 9

a Ith iir (1-i "d'
Wit~! %'
1.4'S 'l *i~' t '.a a 5

1312? (55)), '
linlt Alw-~ )

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515 (~

Drverncau Reduction In Paseenggr Rates.
-.11 2 11t'l)hmi hroutuIh the #ifirta s' o v 1. It'll
.1.-lit or thl s h t le'a-srixes' rate )11 I' # A I.
.f tmr win. rallrond fryran slnaeville s11 Jar)l in
'l#on villa' hba I'een reduced 1.' ,$3 P )I'l e
rate. heretofore Charnswi a P A12 1..
~ ~ t11101 Mr M1111took the IIIf'e1' utoal th
W. lack the It rOMd ('ohgmalian ho ii lt?)
ago A-~ bp calleislbthe- tlomfkia 4)f the raliruiwl
-"Il ;1t 4Ianp11 s P stbnrit"u to the Oaw's I harge.. sid
ik .I14k and Moe, r'tcutklm wA at s wicv ordered
It in really les thau 70 e.lie to Jack
wanwillo. but the fratile" beisg over
W% S the ramwfdIf Ito -0`11t1111 tU

i. if wta was

rhar' fer 70 TOd i

A *e

A ,,Ilr it. ho will e It lyou give It IWhlte's Cream
;Vrne?% reivifugs the boost lrftmeeir
t.1, C.116.m oI.e- d tll I.uiro iu b renbt-salty This
a m frfou. ai nd re'r'fly Is ~~rp rIm~~,
jai &&,no01 fletro o"f' of utl hO ubvies A Mtbo
' a ra o te itb children mat Set akmsg wumt
a r"tfie .of whlt ( 'rt" n Vrmlfge
b:o at IfSU hI."'h hoes.. Std bjr bt y 4 MfJtwo

TwofuM Cmfury Clb.
u at Mb'5t 5 The ---I@ eutury (u wo
.. ~! ,t.*l. *rlt.4hlJimms MI efte~rr rI~sen at 2 o'esr
..ftr~# ,,pstnaeat L 1oft 3bI CNA.
*.E.C has. lMAJ Tbo r"eso ma i be the wes "m
Ipod .f.m.ld l inh 2 Cow liver b r if
I CU ta O W 4 1 2 x c L C O L M '41( L L Ied w
1 *bW* *40'

&e *. sea I th 'te 7 ee

S O i, v.ME I ISL *' .&? 't g
.,ggIP~gd U by ~ ceuSB

ism softo J soft bI


:- Gainesville, Fla.

Wt vg~i v 'I% v 11 1ra nol fu P Ieer.,,. i et ii.'ihrloI)#. I rdotiS e jn I # Aud.INIs i o S.ee. Cs
inansfer ha 6ecetM I'm Uoco rminlVIf v sio Sur 1d I. t 1b'iighbi selsv ss w lauW6 kw Wi*es

-1ee aesil a gs Wr ofpe rems Amerte" s g 0 do e---
Real Estate end City Leans. : G: QAIISVILL, FLA9

We buy's' soteI nvvinclnsl 700 that whwn par think o 4wd
Jline jimaIN tea tinki oW thim Iw amnl h u'i. IIIy hewM *o
114481 ti. in to hu1ink aenIt lwwl l 'othIOW0 1 1to ruiuAd y
W"Di 0? tw ewwor I ssgaO llif l wlg l dewi l ake pllacesuet
flu an InvI rital c a % w i t mt to n fne lw Ma n. be
1.k'eaware' in 4t4ni o. :it i Ineesa.' 'HIP i wxI* an
lotinow, wwsrling Iloa.1 lfku oe tol rr we w 1U jW189 how
0na1--guma1I4 thuat ,t'. r weil we fltoor d w "1
\' 'I IIII 2~ it, l.i C f~ aaJ i", HI preI e n' di $.n se
Ins as sn akitq WI I Af IAlsssifui l- iaw 4'O t Mat 4 )m V i f
S jil'fill


Cotton, Stocks, Bonds, Grin, Prolvsions
lMWIiks eVrW J. MmA 34,. Se 1 a 8

l~rIAfse'la I ?tlu:c's

'I'tlltulAAL44', Ike 1ci'aty,

Live' ( k,

Ml.isll. S~i,'t Alliitestillut.I '. iiiii'm'sillf'

Mimi I Wt ..

i; #'i tr tin trvo-t, 1Jwkmpisvd, Florltta

T HLhi

f a.lap ill.

1, to (' Iii" it hp't*.11(i1849 Ic. ppmnlr
maur of Phoridl, and he now open

ILsp CMd

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And ir nuipwpreaad mi 90handkMeow iarp
site I" the F A -ME R at tww plaft ikic.4oA
board J(Ifroa'l, (out of 8& Amri.d. S, J
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a. m.. for lth puri)se of nettnll a date every-day. ifi. were ar u unueown at
for holding the State primary for the that period.
nomination of Demonratic ctandidates. "The Concord stage ceoch. with Its
The conltiittll( will also be called upon relay of horses every twelve miles,
to el't a tiew chairman. is the pren. we thought a raphlt and ost hlumirlou
At chalrtniut. lion. D. I. rletcher, la I node of travel, lnd the weather wais
a (canldidato four I'ltllcd ttateu Senator. Just as rold then n ow. and the
- .--.---- road were far more exerable.
Ta, .Mlkil.oPit ..ts,> toi lui. Pet out i"We mad fire* In the rerly mnmrn
to giv.' Aimri.sti tnttilmlin slud dip- t rgs by burying lt, camlt. Int the ashes
hotirait f-'w t,!ittiitthoart the Uiglht b',tout-'. tlAd the fault-finders
lom tnt a f..w hI,. :-o.. In the art of
JIllinU l.Aon nun.l'r ton0e is an %e re much nore rare lit those days
motrlr i*r1|til Iy the Jnirnntlra eovrn.- than now.
tlilitiL. which. aiulli other things, ab- "akId n plrorl t Well. we guees
soluttly prohltlite ennilKratiht to the. "'
llIWtullni Ihlnt., s .\rclstlnl relatives "Opt-n your eyes and lbhold the
of JruiA.'..4, nlready there The class thiene that are to be seen
In \W\ntllii tl ,ti is tri uL tlo fliure out "Florida dotted over with h'autilhil
bow maIlln ililsli, of ro'latlves the six
hunidrit.l .r -. .l ts i I awall prob.- ewers of Ointments fr Catarrh that
ably ha\~, Contain Merury.

The Miati 1-i ? ,.a.,. "Will
history y re at'e t i r. ti!. i- ..r' If It
does, Itnt 'alimO. tL t ItI,., \1 NA11Rtialt~
tlkwtkma: IIll 1 :, '' ,4-%* Ictilry.
lrmk back at Ow ti.% a !I s t I % I'a'iteC.
atid ytm %I Iiat-~to ia t :,1 -i.triy in
lntwt-r at lb.t' eV!u i' :it os~ati'al
crisis hs a l-- I\ t I" i :ItIn

\*,in ian u hnamtd t-. m ,i r ril
w'' mi tdT) br w,.el 1h e, lb
L4 Af tL7 klledthtt, Ith ta.o.m &dt
irmtiei. aind pam ed tie' as sitr
s. tjThe it~eeatcM'1%,:.l as.' t)'vr
;mathit nexKt thr" 0Ceeemrvo%"IiL
'I, 'pular na ,l' w Ttil4v4% In

As n rvierruri will surely dectrny the
poletm's' if t-mIIand cwauleltsety de
ranit", th- m Mu.*t'm whou tn"atriueg
It thmmAiah Ch.t- srftmce.'. it h
artIclve shoctid '. or be u' d pl erv ItI
si ir sesteri II't itt. 11 f a reItIan bit, ph% 4-
clallss, as the' .1arlikr's t'. C10 wiIIt\
to tvn (11f -1t- o f ic t,,' .ielmt et k i4 11 i-tv
slimly elvrt'.., 1i .,, A *.. -,, s'l .
tarrih Omt !I. l* , F .

n~ire : .tA.iiI '-me

it's t A I %I I i r' n -
flit eIt, g it tri t Itm.
I' J *b64 ts.' tht Cu C1.11%Il$ uAt !ro's'. i

I I l ie aule a 4.4.3uraplw rsqe
stuh % id ;put McKink') Atilt, tho'&lidKb% tl b rstm.
a 1'w a~im. 5111 of Tak.-Ita~lia I'mamllb
A 4aUOf

which brought forth liberal applause.
"Col. Irown In apt to make a de-
cidedly favorable impresslon through.
out the State, when he goes forth on
his campaign, which will begin Imme-
diately after the close of the State
Fair. lie is certainly entitled to the
hest consideration and support of
Tampaltas. for he has been a devoted
and xoorlyv.lld fighter for this city."

Even frm the Mountalne
Itallard' Snow Liniment is praised
for the good It does. A sure cure for
rhcumatnim and all pains. Wright W.
Loving. Grand Junction Colo.., writes:
"I used tllalrd's Snow IUntment last
winter for rheumatism and can recom-
mend It as the best Liniment on the
market I thought at the time I was
taken down with this trouble, that it
"ouhll \ a week Lefore I could get
stNut. but on applying your Ianlment
several times drtang the night. I wa
a)soutt In 4, bhour and well In three
lay-" tild by W M. Johnson.
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ihe O aa~,R aw-agoON wire wood, i,
Sranmk Huarri O The Oeals anud ap are now peaceful homes
.- sBaer iad the oIeit f In Flor- and fitful orchards.
terd u atie' PomO one at 'Jtateavi ,ne. Idk, in point of service, at the fol- "'W the magnflcent Pullman vestl
aiseeM-oisolaa n mall niSr. lowing interesting l i tdl his paper buled trains speeding as fast as steam
of January 30th, b i A partial review can Oemy them, headed direct from
l L. IMqgOlAHV d.. itor and PbibbMb. of the progre~d of the country since New York through Florida almost to
Jr./ ........ il his.birth: Key West making the trip quicker
JW8SE X. HUIRT/ *****. ......... Olty IMItor.
"Some people are posed to rub and in far greater comfort than the
:M. PREWITT ... upt CompoftasRooma, the furof a cat's bc'k tUe wrong way, trip was formerly made from Ocali to
.-______ii -and people of this rt lrlr gender Jacksonville.
OPPICa: J'ORTER LOCD K can discern nothing but toul odors and "We behold Mergenthaler typeset-
I W. Main street, S. Tw"r0xor* thistles where to everybody else the ting machines, cylinder presses, elec-
w.hole earth seem redolent with the trick motors In nearly every Florida
Tua '.r)Atv eMS, pubtlabed every morning :
apt M nday, delivered by arrir in thecity.or beauty and iifaance of flowers. printing office, and electric lights, tel-
ailed to any part of the United states, posge "Perhaps trade is not as good today ephonea, hot and cold water bathJ,
bee,forfsa eart $s.so i A ths:..; .tb as t was yesterday or perhaps it i 'and lutulesr,ormerly denied to a
rosthmrosso onest for 4" weeho-rictly'Is
o. nOnt ot as good thti moth at It was last king. tI nearly every home. and on the
m --- oth, and they me at once sealed lfarm a4 in the marts of trade
tadibg notes loa eat oluanso ceanto i on with the Id that the ~tfte is grow- hundreds of industrial activities bully
fitr*A l rtloa. ad ~ats for eachaddlitiU l I baaflkwa tt of forward, and at work, tell a story of the march of
Iatoletor display advertising made known am oom suicas loo0, soon the irogure s 8 marvelous a- to read al-
aIgmiioe. whole uoWlver bIeoI a orrcast with most like a fable.
a leaden sky nowhere does a ray I "'e the sky-scrapers that so quick-
Twc-Wek Nutm i- o lotf lig ht 'or i dilel b appear. ly followed on the heels of the inven-
Mnarn paper, published very t day sad
*uesy, ad cotam anUe a.w t "But lot usa o ,bk to a aale life t on of the steam and electric elevator.
we, sl, state sad seserl, ad rwill beo and see how mafiveu have been the "What would our ancestors have
mU, postal free, to say rt of the Vuitd changes and the Itprovements with. thought of te erection of a building
t orCs c&.d for $j. a yr-ai admn. In that period. forty41 Stoies high?
Al wtla gOlea W s beome due after fAM "The editor of this paper was born "Why, we have buildings now higher
e of adme tmUeem M Iset a etiarwle atter Foda was admitted tate the than the tower of Babel, which our
bleIs essl et Prtles nt koews to Union, and the improvements .thatancetor thought was so fearfully
beI II to pI @ adierts have foll owed so rapidly upon the high that its progress had to be stop-
auea. o be, e hts of ehb other seIp almgt in. pod by the, confusion of tongues.
creditalle. "Marvelouss as these things are, what
South Carolina tiks to county local "When he was bor there had not more marvelous tlftgs will the babe
ption on the liquor question, the bill ret been constreuted a ie l mile o of today behold If be is fortunate
provldMng for State prohibition having railro n any part of Florld, unle enough to round out the biblical limit
been defeated in both branches of the It was'he one now obsolete to the old of lifel
L ilature. town of St. Joeph. "Mm, In the wonderful use of his
S"Now, tane your eye over the map brahi lad brawn, isa jut beginning to
The commercad travelers are now aid o aow, the State is cobwebbed realte that he was born in the Image
going to give attention to searing lith the Pgreat arterle of cor of his Makeri"
stel passengel se They. hoM ldI m o*rl
that the metal casket has demoustrat "Indeed, whe the editor of this pa- 0L. BROWN'S SPEECH.
ed advantage over the wooden oft wirn w bh orn th te iron
WA, 1100SJ h- Bor had oly besoms familiar to a The speech of Col. T. J. L. Brown
"Autos" may dame road as the few of the principal citeIs In a few of at Tampa, promulgating his platform
tte engineers claim; but there ean the State. of the Unipn. of pritaiples as a candidate for the
be no doubt about the assertion that "T 'Under box' was Just beginning United States Beuate, appears to have
motor car have done more for Jo0 tourrendr it, plas. to the friction struka a popular chord In the Cigar
proving highways than anything in a watch. City. The Tampa & evening News re-
*atwry, "The tallow dips and the hbue ll fore to.the speech editorially as fol- L
v er and pewter 'palaSr' we qa part lows:
Mrs. 5r ,Baker 0. Bddy trvels of the bpurpbenalia of Vet well reg '"hoe venlng News wishes to con-.
with all the ration that attend lted household. .. gratlate Col. T. J. L Brown on the
the Car of RusNt. Why all this "Teflint lock' yet heMl ewn and speech he made at the court house L
aUtionT rely no one wants to *eb a thlag a a breae.loadlng, ham- last iht. It was a very compre-
dynamite the venerable discoverer of nwles botgun had not yet entered benlve and well-balanced utterance,
Chrslati Betlnoe. lto one's most Idealiste dream. overing the ground admirably, and
"Oeala and Marion county wte not fu of ltiMe declarations.
The fact that the eeotliq of either yet lives a place on the map-Malton, epeitlIy was Col. Brown timely
ot the esatortal spirants from Jack. numter and Iake all formed a part of and f bl his utterances on the
snville *ill practitldly man the do. the territory of Alachu. need of cop4v tlsm in Florida, in the
feat ot Seator Talaterro in 1910, "The ctlee of the Stte were Talla necessity for Inviting capital rather
wU keep many personal friends of h 5s, Poenuola, It Augustine, Tam. than repellna it. His doctrine of
andidatee Bryan and etehew from p Key West New Port, t. Joseph, 'ore bread and butter and less a4-
v4tng for either of them. and one or two more places about the ation' is likl to awake a responsive
e__ise of Santos. chord all over Florida. BIeentially a
"Jedge Brile" of the Atlanta m. "The telegraph, whose wires now an of 4tl. Col. Brown's expre-
lelpal court has Increased the price sidle the eath and climb over mouna- oou, tbo n* eae withthe
of plain drinks it that oty from $3.71 tarbs and under seas, and like so many form of snerity and they wre h igh.
under the saloon system to $I.75sesitive nerves ntantly conveying ly appreciated by his audience.
uader prohibition. He arges that anytMhn bappenina at any one potat "On the great questions of deep A
the temptation of the saloon being re to the remotest parts; lndqsd now the water, immigration fnancal relief
moved a person who now gets drunk very currents of the air are harsseed and State's rthts, the speech left
in the Gate City does so deliberately. to our servio, and through the a ne nothing to be desired. His observa.
-- we keep in touch with ships at a. ton on his opponents were diglni-
The State Democrattc Cxecutive "The great perfecting printing proe led but ee*etve; and he concluded
Committee has twen called to me t ~, typewriting and typesetting ma- with a brilliant tribute to the Demo
at the Arao, lHotel in Jackso lle chines and hundreds of other Inven ri an to the t o-
on Tuesday, February 11, at 10 o'clock tons that we now find useful In our pects in the approaching election

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ANANNTISPI that Irrtatimt. ab due Infm.
-ma and dulveeafd Pan
I" P PINwTRA t e Pore, loon the Plbnrous 'Tne, pro.
mat a fres aiulatlaon of the Bod givifg tthe Mucle natural

W. S. AP, e0. 0o M T e *s:
Weie had been meerile a aIs" uI= =9
Shear, wbe I wa pnted to
ha eowta" aft Awh1i s aeN eblntee ure. 1
erui ms iIt do"es t e o k I
THRU ZIs So. 50o a $1.00 AO
Sr. LOUM U. & A.


ampa- Ja& soon e Rail'y


leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South... ..... ............ 10:30 a m
returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:25 ) m
leave Gainesvi&' for Sampson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 p m
returning, arrive Gaineeville .... ............ 9:20 p m

J. B. Cutler, Sea. Supt. L E. Barker, Trafic Mg'r.

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Na 1 Noa t No. I N o. No. it No. 4
De ab tti al *s TATIONS sOs ex SmO l aOt DM u
Leave ve Leave......eAe Ot" 1000
*v *Be .A*uI e A rriv e A& Ilvs Arl'i

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1 AI A .. ptona. ,-..... 1 r r r -.
, =, IAJo LvY m a, soIo. A, ,66,
Ceaels elie at r r for ani seaod ol oa aeA Perry. nd
s sot Aseame for "'f moe sa NAlasn ed 12ta
For bM jtera wi*t oer es' o on OwGeersal Pameier
PL'sC O a aOPNS.r e Ar 'Ut


Air Line Railway


Three Elegant Trains Daily:


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Mod-trn Pullman Equipment

Tbe SEAWOARD rIt)FUA .L)SITED-8olld Polma v== tibul'1
tras St. LAugutie agd JacksnonlIII* to %;# worykVia RL md s aind
Wasimgtom. Daog Car (a Ia canes, nwrlc*.: tDoubl De atb~nrom
81eepig car. Stateoom and Obcrwmtom C(r. ea,. IL rLAuet
1trk a a ad JaksLmvlle12 -0; p m. daiy. behlkug Sandal"
Ir ftwitlamatiM ad sMl pr O rsrveavajo anmi #w AgSI
eambam orvrtb
IS C .OYVLS At, e AAlaet emu m paftgs A
IAc o0M nV- ILLS PLO""


I'M-*- ; ".. I*r I
1111, for ooll it

ChpIer i ,4,,0 Bfire early
.TuWday es" .

The postal at Esa was robbed
lridaY morane. The robi rh secured
aoout 1125.
The People's Bank of Pensacola ha.
been changed from a State to a Na-
ional bank. -
The Natlonl Bank of Jacksonville
will change Its name to the Baruett
National Bank, In honor of Its founder.

liucius H. Armstrong, 91 years of
age, who died in Jacksonvllle last!
week, left $3,000 to St. Luke's Hospf-!
Starke shipped six crates and 23
quarts of strawberries last Saturday,
and four mo crates were shipped
The Central Trades and Labor Coun.
iel of JackoaviilU are contemplating
eelebratlag a union labor day at the
Mid.Winter i3positlon.

Preparations are being mad,' for
the erection of another cigar factory
lor Tampa. A stock company h..s
been formed with a capital .utock of
The new city hall fn Pensacola is
to be dedicated Februaryy 12. Plans
tor the dedicatory services are not yet
complete, but will be very interesting
and impressive.

A petition has been sent tf, the
Governor requesting him to lace1( a
dredge In the Miami river for the
purpose of draining a large irea o'
land near there.

George A. Alba assumed the duties
ef postmaster of St. Augustine on
February lst, relieving Mr. Clarenc.'
Rogero, who has been actlng-postmast-
er since the death of Postmr..ter H. J.
The United Phosphate Co. Is the
same of a new corporation being
formed with Jacksonville as the princi-
pal plce of business. The capital
stock rof the incorporation will be
$325,000 ---
Jack Jones of Pensacola, who bore,
the distinction of being the oldest
engineer tol. gt of service on the
Florida division *f. the Louisville &
Nashville railroad, died at his horme
after a short illness of pneumonia.

The big ginnery of E. J. Ilume oi
Live Oak was destroyed by fire early
Thursday morning. It was one of the
most disastrous fresh that has visited
.live Oak In some time. The total
14os is estimated at $20,000, with
*2.O00 insurance.

The wholesale lumber dealers of
.lacksonvllle have organized the Jack
"in ille Lumber Exchange, which
Ironllses to be of much benefit tn
t!i industry. The exchange will
,tb a complete record of the ship-
I! it of lumber and publish iamein.

m T . .H BI LL.

Mea m Pfrdee fWr More Money In
Su Tiles of Strcas.
V Wasinton, Feb. I Sena:or Al-
drich. chairman of the r'pnte cotni;.
tee on finance, s h la -ra ) report-
A NA N ed bh hill providlug frr .n em:ergse-
ey Increase In the n'1'n :r;.: hank cli-
culation. The repi'rt ,;.. thorlel
at a meeting of t;ae cn'iii tr*, held a.
which all the republlicai emberss pres-
RIPP LED |eat voted for a re.olt'Ii i autn;tllaing
the reporting of the 1'.:: al al tl e
With Rheumatism, I Could not Walk democrats voted for t"* 1tllleyv Mb-
stltatte. Senator ti Histbrnlgh, who
for Six Months, and I Could Get No favor. a central baik scenic, was
Relief until Cured by not present, and Mnas votet as unre-
corded. The only democrats In a:-
tendance wore Senatois Teller, Bal-
Icy and4 palel. 8enat:r Tallaferro,
who Is abseut In Pnorlla. was record-
d as for toe Bailey substitute. Sen-
ator Money also was absent t nd his
vote was unreoorded. iMr Aldrich
mid he would call the bill up for con-
aideratlon on Moanday, Fel. ito.
Hundreds of people who know of my rf Varteouamendehnte a h ich have been
ferinKg gve Minanr's I ininent the prai published from idme to tuie appear In
Mrs. F. I Williamvnei, alwver St., BotO. the bill, although In x neral charac-
Antiseptic, flielling. Sta.inr( a. ter the bill remala tle sainte as whe!t
introduced. There has beeni an effort
and are probatl. th, tllist lot of on the part of the conllittee to em.
birds int the t.ounitr T.' a Times. phaslle the emergency nature of the
act that is proposed, anid to this end
Nvarouts amendmeuts are Inserted In
Nuny ii tuairTson a nt'ieo oman the bill which are IItP :'e ; to cauee
reMlding on the ia\al r.'esrTatiton, speedy iNsuanceoflddlthlinal ltrrOncy
was carried to l,'cn'iniaiala by UI'lted when a -tri1" etl'y O*riirs.
Rtsttg lilDe utl MD.irshali .II. a d, 1 hn,,, .

.....- .. 1"" l'+It, l.t i i 'ti l, i uI IIii joilll
son, assisted ha. thra'.i ,r four marines
from the naBVy a;>rd anid ,lced In
the county jail TI'he wanimn Is violent-
ly insane. iand rec'ntll\ m lade an at-
tempt to burn tihe hOlta in which
she was resldliin, Ia w ll as attacking
her sister. Tlhi oflictrs had much
trouble iii gettingI thl, \lian to the
city, notwltl.standilrgn the fact that
both lower limbs art, iisi-ng, having
been cut off h I 11 trrnili a number of
years ago. ---

Tuesday ilft'ri,,lin ;at Irrain time.
two nien canice \,r\ ilear losing their
liven at the depolt tlhranilh careless-
ness. No. ,'. 'outlihboutin, stood on
the sidetrack, analtliin the arrival of
northbound No i0T The latter train
was somewhat lItlated, and several
meni stood (on Iit' mainly track waitilg
for It, the steanl froll thte lety valve
of mean iiwA ile' issuing with a deafen-
1:'g roar At lrst the northbound ar-
riavd t nd all left the track except
two men. One, a stranger, whose
name could nolt ti, Ilearnetd, stood with
his back toward the iappiroalchlig train
and did not hear it on account of
tiia noise nmarldei I tlhe other engine.
He would iha;e .been run over If
another man Iii the nick of time.
had not caught hlild lf him and Jerk.
ek him from the tr:ck Alout 50 feet
farther stood :i Mr IlAiey of Rronson
on the inln track waiting for his
train to l.tar(. tII' ritl", hlad his back
toward th' icomtlinlag train and Would
soon ha \' t',be In th, hands of the
undertaker hadl :' ,it been for the
lightalniglik' .;' ..t it l h which Engi-
neer. Mr l>:nMl- : ; I'lte tiheemergeincy
brakes sltl .a n"l.i tl ,, wh title. C. As it
was. the' 11 ' f t gline wais bare-
lv tai fr.t r i. Mfr 1.4ai v a hen hen
f,,n | ti tl- < .' *I" "ind'* a l e
fir .a''-t r' I'. a-xratph

TaIs Ma'
Nir and Mrs. 8. D. Smith of Chicagc. :,,
'. -rat.d their fifty-third annlversar) Ilo. -
'' Palms on the 24th and held Khiti <
A'll reception at their table Inil,,. ;,,
1linug-room, where their friend- tI1. 1,t.
', tted to partake of "the ke' r;a I' '
ears ago, Mr. and Mrs. nmith ,,
Sit'd their golden wedding at

y Inforest YOU.
'lii kiiteiw'y trou-
t'at vole01 o'
trh eIrregular-
,f( kieltiov sue
-f 10- % (fid the-
W M ir-00l'u1ia

s.--West Palm.l.ach Trp, Est Estate Apralm.
, 'ill. -sva rr '.''. > o Ib -The r
Ita.. oef it estate of
liothwell, a Southen fxpre.'. ,, was made Tbhurs
t,.r on a Oedrgia Southern and : .. *.. '*a: ilue of te
r train, had both legs cut off o,.,'' The prtiadpal
train n Thursday. and dl,.J i d. e M
S effects of the Injury Frida N' .
,, ii ** tsimo ttne
I attempted to jump atn.rirl 'T?
Sat wiy,. a station at,0'i' ...
'Itles north of St. Georg.e ar
a' 'i hold and fell beneath tt,. CLEANLY WOMAN.
"' the ear. He is a son -

SV liothwell of Weltorn II
*"ed to Jacksonvllle and ;,la
.iuke's Hospital. death ,:
S' bou to relle\ hi- .ff

Warwick rord. who nill *.
Pr of the otrich farm tha'
- 'be established Ir T '
Sthe cty hat Friday va
mani of wide elpt'riro,
4 of otrles., hairr '
*turiglao for mnar er
: ba wit him a m ".
these wll be follr.d '4
with about thirty mu r
that Na aOW here '
"mth Akrtea tock p.lrk.-d
tvarldt a" good b k..


Inter.DenoenMiknal Mieslonary Con.
ferenee t 'Frisco.
Iaa Fraaclaoo, Feb. I More that
500 delesga:e ad many more vtaltors
attended the brst Iltrnatlionaldeonom.
laatlonal mlsioaary conference ever
beld on this coast at the Calvary
Prebyterlan church Thursday.
Blebop. John M. Widen, of Ne
York. secretary of the board of blis-


-MY 4

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bjUe. 4


Docelon Made by the Louiaville and
Nashville Road.
l.oilivllle. Ky. Feb. I Annoiunm
meW t Is nad ,I by the IxAutavlll and
Na-sville rallnrad that It will no long-
ar receive ahlpnuints of liquor into
Gilirgia or Alabama, states which
have recently l'a..4t prohibition acs.
A high omclal of the road ave the
reasons for the action by explaining
that the right of the road to ship into
prohibited territory, even though the
tratic is Interstate commerce, has
been called In question by a suit tiled
In the federal co'urtatof Inilana, affmrt
Ing the r-ac(tlee as carried Indiana p. ii.ts and points In Kentrcl:y.
which have volt- against the sa.e of

ope of the Met~Idst church, was tno Will Liquidate Bank.
principal speaker. That the coedl. New Orleans. reb. I.--Iquidiationl
tioe of the city life are ettr for the of it. .teie National bank of New
making of citisna than those of rural Orleans has been decided upon by
life, was the startling statement made a v t of the stockholders. Th<1
by the eastern blbop. baak is nearly one hundred years old
"I would triut bte interest of this bllowlng .he Investligaon of I'resl UN
country to the people (f the citee dent WlUiam Adler several weeks ago
soor than o am other seetloa of sad a receivership for a large grocery,
oar oountry'a poImlaton." he said. iAra of which he Is head, the 1tat*e
The bishop pa a high tribute to National bank has suffered heavy wl!t I
the Roman CatholIo qaarob. "Aside I ar1.e of lmaey. tx liquMators
from any coslldtlUoa of the religious I were Isee and limmuniately put In
value of the sloas Catholie churh." charge of the bank. They are Join
he aid, "Its priest are a mighty pow. H. rulton, charles Janvler. Charles
r for the preserrvaon of order and odchaux, Warrea Kearel,y. tlulo i
deeoey amoau the alie population ofl Khoblian andl Clarles A Morgan,
Amerl a ectles." I -----..- .
p eelal Anneounement Regardlng the ",
Skin Disease of Twenty Years' tand. Natlenal Pure Pend and Drug Law.
SIng Cured. We re r plead to announce that Ol Io is
I want you to know bow much Poley's Honey and Tar for coughs, memnI
Cbhuimrlain's Salve has done for me. colds and lung troubles la not aff tct
It has credu c1f face of a skin disease ed by the National lure P1io nnw I 0
of almost twenty years' standing. I Dug law as it contains no opliatei. o
have been treated b vr other harmful drlng, and w r 'ieri, -
have e treated by ever l mend It as a saf remedy flor rill
smart phyelaaa as we have In this dren and adults -J. W. McCollum At l A r
country and they did me no Igxd Co i

but two boaes of this salve has cared
me.-Mrs. annie (;rifn, Troy. Ala
Chamberlaln's Salve is for sale by all
Tight Lid In Dirmingham.
Blrnadigham, Alt y*eb I That
the reform laws of t hina nar. to, he
extended still furl.'.r In lIIrnilniairm
wasa videncei by the atnougtwmieut
from the abeetrre ,fIre that In future
all eA sad sedoawai r stores will be
elesed ea Ov eay. Thl Is provided
is the ew laws. bit it (I only nor to
be esforeed T..l aetla l in as1i
tlos to stloping Sunday ntlf and for.
bidtac all orital ear partlee at clubs,
hote or other pub:Il plwes

Dent Put Off
I'ntll tomorrow sfit yrs r:nr do I
day If you are iffortni ftri, .i
torpid liver. mor onri',-tton. d4*'l *st
until tInorrnw tIo t help ilut
bottle of Hrtfrne aT 1 get that tlvr
working right I'r Iempt al.. stwlo
health save many 'kL arll Mrs
Ida Greaham. Point Tt,. write. 'I
aused Ilrbtis in ul Ifrtilly fe r *l
years. and and It i1* all lt It (laln
to do Sold by W V Jthnm'n

rIrrIvf.a? bp 5'eIk by 4 "Life 6vere ResCue Cvew.
%,saip Te 4O Ir osD 6WL ftstmekof Masoo. Feb. I ---AI' a
...s1404 8.e u".4 44 41t i win" I'Struo
mA furtovilet, #As. tb* nto 64v rl
-f O .r l i are of the 4 ln e S 1 e. the fife s,%
*W-;r gheqtw rr 4d 'h oo Neropa.' V gfttafl* 7r..
efl rCj riLXpp, ebh was wrefeed CI
#'ar$*fh ?4 91 fj te av l
-'I, g.' t-. p"II Ov e u m Mg es
& wIt) 4'mrst. Ei~e'e.*- i:' fhras
t7V sad tevese in?,. ~, * *e* pept we~r
a 00 41't.1P
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S im NWT. A S DUEL il14
Will Mal e ettlemet -. The Fatal lle n Commo. Sonmthlng Worth Knowl Fetr Those
Ch D dihe Dm Choase. in. dorm Barren and Decatur. Who Lie Awake and Worry. e.
wW York, ftb..1.-A pro-so aI sI y Ia lor0ida Hoibd mWill on Murrh e 1820, anR fought one. "Youo ave lain awake at night,"
it has,~ e ged by Mibe Olie y w of themostaeamorbe dulsin the an- said a physiclaz,, "and heave beard a
a Shots, dau lter To Them .nals of the United Statc4. Con.iuodro mouse gulawing at the woodwork
SP. Shots, and the Du du do a* Decatur and Co 'modGre B.i'ruu uwet somewhere down In a kitchen cup-
4 who are to be married 1 t.. 1. on the fatal ,old near Bladensburg boardr"
an I abed b rmoveoid; Uto Il KS &0Sthat day. Both participants were The listener nodded. dUA
age l dngeary di wounded Decatur mortally. dying "How loud did it sound to you-as
eiae of ad rmanarrked Is between dm s Isto11 0a1e Yk kid ey wth a few hours after the encoun- loud as a burglar splintering the door! Th
a and an Amerlean. t p $ rTo o~w this ter. e csg which led to the ill Jaobs with a Jimmy?"
will dthaiwt no ettlmet ha iet Ilt il/ s eto there i Another nod.
ide on the brid o itis Ot aYobe v e been awakened at 3:80
Msounced that the wrd lag will be y n beee m. by the crying of a teethindIn-el
Simple andi la oor 1Agll 4n 1 41butItI a yuppo d fatnt next door?"
wo 1"tbow to do ILeeStUue s erfltltclsm of Barron on ,A shudder.
The rr o fIea Do 'swith aout of theltter not returning from "And It sounded like the boarse mar-
'flemanties ofMm bets a 4 1111101101110esly abroad to tal1 part In the war brought
te dutke will be so ordig Is, smW ead ei t aM Unseed about their heb. Certain it is that more of alwsia slulatloe of a fre-
no other country." saW Mr. oet. 011 Deat1r's ptM e wet, repeated to Bar- sled mob esaebsed outside to demand
"N o question 01 a e 4 *R s I and a aetoeetoudence between the PartialSo WTrH
duke has arise as as iaue as Aome st o0 tog' I4wo enOsed, whieh probably resulted In i tooaS .
wina. I am mayal s or atrmflU, i h Al do, I yt th eball, The impending duel "Along toward moraig you have1* -
because such subjeetse paer eae they grew wewom at. lal d was keIlpt profound secret. Onlya tened to the tl, smull voice of a mos.-
when the bridegroom islea AAed4Ma." U j 1 It few of the met intimate friends of the quite circulatlg above your headp' E
W U ap respective partelpants had even an An Involuntary slap. Comed
.Watr wbo lowl l a t e nt ad e n "Did it sound like the screech of a SEE
1: mPOW1Wf taAn. uo wer* llo Mad atarL .""eupn.tho He wastero planing mill turnanlg out clapboards for pI ny
D. D s ;' Mae ~l arrive aps. tel scene. He was accom- a barnb' l o plofion
S bureau of Statistis Preparee One of personal eAperloee I klow thit thai Pea bt O omdores Rodgers and Two nods.
PrinelpalTranpoertaton Route. re y be depend to Porte ad e al other friends. Bar- "Would you have minded any of
Washlngton, fb. I.-4e bureau the rop tt ad t." ma arrived a few minutes later. The those soundsIo the duytmer?
of statistics of the depatm t of com. or sale by all deals. Price 0 combatants bowed astffly to each other A shske of the head.
omeandhlabor eprepuredampets, Pote er-Mllbr (0 Bat lo, And stood Walting for their friends to Awhaeo doubt you think
ee ad lar rparp ork sole agents for the U asure of the ground and make the "Now, I have no doubt you think
eatitltdM pal l Sats nal arrangements. that the seeming loudness of these Prices:
| ates t the World," 4delMed to Remember tan name-.Dt- e-.and "I hope, asir" said Barron as they sounds was due to the contrastlug l.;
; *ow at a glaace the prioolpl land take 0o other. took their places, "that when we meet lence of the night. But take another, SEATS
and water routes of he world w sa - i anotlh wqrld we shall be better test. You have been in love?" -
SJunctioa. ftd than we have een in this." Urnm-um (without utterance).
The map haows the distames em THE MULE IN THE JUG. Decatur Is said to have haughtily re- "And do you remember how mucln
Mew York, I Orleas, a fram- guarded hbl adversary a moment and softer and warmer and more thrilliiig
i soo sand Port 'Townsea to ie panl-' An Arab Proverb and the Legend then replied: i .it the touch of your best girl's hand
elpwal rirta of the world i4d ( A_ That Gave It Sirth.* "Sir, I have never 6eena your enemy." us you strolled with her on the way
chief cities of the Uited A to ho can affirm that the mul en A moment later the word was given, home from isinglug school at the it h.
those of our initial poIntUs, thaus ka tered the Jug? and two shot rang out simultaneously. ig hour of half past 0 p. md thnn it
I ng iit fuaidble to ditwrmin the dis. This proverb is frequently quoted to Barron fell almost immediately. De- s Ih.'t you called lu the fo :"en
ag it from ay leaio dei mine the show that, though one may coeauce- catur stralghteoed himself, but the pis- to ask if you might escort her to the
n" USa. from a nly iamin l tofty be tiously believe in a thing which may tol fell from his grasp, and In a mo- afor s;.I1 -o,'al exercl.:es"
SUnIttd Satt e"any 7ln"aedlty of t1e seem extravagant In itself, It is better ment he was upon the greensward Ani tu pio! ie yum yutII.
world. not to repent It from fear of being dis. writhing In agony. He was rained by "W:as t the night silence that ailded
EXPLOSION IN ARl..NAL. believed. It arise from the following m6 friends and carried nearer the tIhe itiinSith'M touch?
E L I Arabic legend: An Arab who denied road, where Barrtn was lying. "It : not," the plhys.lilan replied
S ereen Were Seriousl In the existence of genii once bought a "1 wish I had fallen lu the service to hl.4 ownl qushtilon. uoi"J I is listed
v' eurd.Pan Ae miGirl s. i mule and took It home. When per- of my country," liecatur muttered. er' look of u.nertality. "Tlakie uothcr
Jurei forming his evening ablutionn, he saw whereupon Barron looked up. listau e,: You think you know how tu
Phillnallphia, eab. l.--4everal per. the mule enter a jug, and this so "Everythlng has been conducted write-a little."
sion were seriously Injured Prtday byF ended him that he ran'shouting to the moseet honorably," he said A sul!e of gratification.
an exploson an4 flre at Ahe PIrattord neighborN and told them what he had Then, turning his eyes upon Decatur: "Well. you flud yourself awake at The
arsenal la the etreme northeastern mn. They, thinking him mand. endeav- "1 am mortally wounded. Commo- night and tllnklug. A gem of an idea
leotloa of Um city. ored to appease him. but all In vain. dore Decatur, I forgive you from the suddenly i parkles nl the darkness. P I
The euplosiok was a slight one and lie vociferated more aud more, so that bottom of my heart.' You liirrouind It with epigrams, and 1T1h 1 i
eeturred In the realtal roaa 0( the the authoritiUes ent him to the md-i As Decatpr was being lifted Into a 't hlle 'ehlatrating the setting you full house i
m alrapnal depatmelt. A l eaI as house. When the doctor came to ae carriage Balabridge, whom Jecatur amh"e'p. Wh:t does this Jewel amount
be of sgiri are ~l ite In MI place him, he repeated the account of wlat had once recwedfrom a Moorish pris. to in the morningg" stanltly
masktag e aartr OW to e -ary d bhe had aeen, whereupon the doctor or-! on, stooped down and kissed his cheek. A sigh. f
there was a pale aISM s bee wMt, dered him to be detained. lie contia- With hl had upon Rodgpr' shoul- "There you are. You recall the Idea Of your
However, was liy aultom. oud upon each visit of the doctor to der and In company with a physician, and some of the epigrams and a little
______ __ repeat ble statement until his friends Decatur was drives slowly back to the of the setting and all of It o common. your w
le r La e. pe dla him that If be city and carved Ito hi residence on place that you wouldn't think of try. Strong
Zpe wto regain his freedom be mout Lafayette square, where he died a Ing to make anything presentable out
I14 grippe coughs are 4aagerous as reet. 11is be dKid and the doctor set few hours afterward. of it.
;, taef frequestly develop nto pasu. hbl at liberty, to the great Joy of h The news of the duel spread like I "The fact Is," the physician went
11 mon1a. Foley's Hosy sad Tar not tally andt friad. On mating his ab- wldlre through the city. The follow. on, "the night maganlfes. At night our
ly stope the eough bat heals and ltio as e before he atla saw the n1 day John Racdoiph offered con- pleasures are more keen, our pins
S trengthes the luns o0 tsat no eti. ml tlmo pe plg out of th Jus slatory resolutleos l congress, which, more distresslg, our small successes in the be
o rsutsn o" be th u rs ThetSon.but eo thls otoal@to% be c otelted him however, were promptly y objected to, are triumphs, our little failures are a
eos results nod be tearend. The enm sl with remarking to the mule: "Oh. and the prem rigorously denounced disaster, our faintly cherished hop are splen
ine Foleys Honey and Tar contains ye I see you well enough, but who practice of duellg appear before us as tblns realized, aofut you
6a harmful drugs and Is In a yellow would believe mne? And I have had1 Barrou ultimately recovered from his our small worries as overwhetnlming office will
pMcaale. Refuse substitutes. W. enough of the madhouse." Needless to Injury, but it is said the memory of calamities. a line front
M, oCollum & Co say that the gnll to avenge thei- tei fatal duel darkened his life ever "You find yourself awake In the
---- -- selve for his disbelief Irna them had \gterward. He lived antil the year night, and your thoughts wander back
Wae Run Over by a Train. transfortud one of tbemelves Into 18 51 and had charge of several rveoels. to sotue time In your youth when In
WVal\ R*a n Oa, ( eh T ai W. uie ".and as mA entered the jug." At his own request he was court mar- the presence of those ohklr and wiser TWM
S Ik 'v.'. .a m amaoar on a(lro(llypt)lphlia. taled upon the charles made against you ai you now see it-were guilty of
Sthe .Klt 14 hiern an4 rl ti 1srali n.. hbuiu by l'e'atur and exonerated.-Ez-. sne slilht breach in deportment or of
Sthe. l ,, .,. ,-',aipn a,4 .1 1ra trail A ROCKING STONE. chai" ... t1, e otef, e <- to otInt o rt of. ,In
wa"t :,g ~' i'h. .,lmyt emhy atralal diespeoch. nmd you dwell upon the I0n- The Gin
a ;",. Ew int T & y mnattig 1t New York's Suvenir of the Remete All Help One Another. dena:,tl'on that mnust have fat..n ,i.on
Sn'l. I i l s t qpittn at Oelae l Pertd. What *m wei.hrful order there lto in 0 In ti.e morning If wbat ion were -
tnsi lI< 1 I Bwa a1 21 IIIh hl thous lall l 0m1,I ai.m1"w: I 'While the hilaidl-n dwellini UlIO so serloitlv ixeurn tou
of r, r,, she, th (.t tousand ayl1 wa ma furrow 1 lalnld and prepa re for your um.Ind mat all you smile a,. ay t|
Sf ,, \ "'h i n' r.nx park lu New York lity, few evsry oe hW d ll. y breld' trhe twu yourself that if your ftuult wias not l Ied
S C r a Cough R e a o ,llise that i, Io the city's it arln far Iwy. wave th tuf lu by n at the tme It wa
Chmbrln I Cough Remedy a Favor ledna souvuir of the glacial period. whli'. i, to le clo"wi. the imier trivial for a"y one ,ut you to rrn-mz-
Itw. when all of th(i section wa covered .c' u.l ;hmuhn the i'rn for his lbw. i 1' ,
' .,W i,e,', t h'hambl'rlatt a coughh with an voan of lee somo ICB) fewt ,low ti. l't*r tdefe hili agmiuNt "rThe night magilrtle!"' the phyleiianm
lt' JiMh l.. ;t.h.er for our chlielmdm, thick that was lmovinag lowly toward tht lmmi anlder. t* judge takLe th' law r"r"'t,t blh lls, tIe, tlx tionmed prove it. It is partlyy due to the thE
"ay' .hV r I, .1 iibt ry f rn I, l hating. ti.e 5.uJh.
I '. "it, ,, *l l.N ,i it' iii hi~t. It d'.i.. m rcul amid wIh tlirty) tons, mtandl'. ven s nld onm ests* ath theme of the publ, (be mer. count for the latter wiold kei Ule Pse
L o hI has ', ,ld,, **t11 ,roul slid we helf 'f.,t aboe its rocky Imse. Ieihg ch, .p i. in changing talkn.- _
ta ln' e 't.,m a i. n a, <>!,.,.,ttU t ten ,. _e i aim.. eight fet thilk. h. i rnos i .'s r tfhoe hs of dimntl "But itake It for granted that what
S"'- s.tle by all druitsta au. frt th,' tat lot., carried In c(u1tie, the nheu of mcknce and art ever you'r u1. for worry at 1lght It ior Yr
-. "---h -tl-nln t.v .rm of t<' gl.dlr ll every wlay a few borses to tbhi will laxk .uraller by daylight and re- nee
SReady for TYrial March 1. that swept u.r'the t *outiamimt Idown to ideal teen, which draws along the ma. fue to dwell oo it. If your auticipa tw never
S \a"ingt l'b. l -A4vices at thi" ".itude, t marklng Its |ttia by te- lerlal world as steam lapel s the P t tlous are pleeamant. nurse them. and
Sthe nivy u:. tulnt are thCat t IhU IIot tn Iwrat hlwidtr n,. Ia moved _..i trills of our Iron roads. you wilt fu!i aFlep. In the morning

CTU~ lci I~i.. mu'. l am ml: lne rady t or sIal iou 'r aing mr__t-- v- n _im_'"(l -rok s IT us all unteo together, all hbelp oo YOU1wllI il he edow icast because your
etulst- Won, iatil oll h rt"Y W AIM 4-ii Iiiki: er'StOIM Is" ilt- dui rova U1111111 #1 ho ls'lo lW hig
t I 1'0 ma. % ett4 rt 1 111 :lli&q II( U ns of raMili. that ?e't hlivUelf aU imlI the world. Tb. wok IltkelY to It' 'alur." WashlngtoniARCO
lma'V ten a)IportliOned i among the dfI IstN
V! ftin-nt menre itt ofmnaMsira of the ubol cit A
le. 'Itt% ',trp o Iya act'gd mt :4ah
iaLcucim in I Itle tr, h' b tk itototr a LEGAL DYFRYISEMENTS.
U1r04 4 -, i te. l; lii oil a'It In t ltih ,ier leftp It. aitark oi errsatM a
tt6 f.as LL north 'if Its "n hImnch lies the itroltl UtImmt!'d. If cwrtala Indh tlukals h ( 5A1.P 128 p
north It. III% 'Wcrh vc awrntc'he art vlste not INt lt-tm ectllllo yd according to their Utide, 4t'v bv ttrtw of am ordr m.adr *ni d ants,
juta r iway i'~imatumt h. r l b. toAV '9trn lo lo ,ii llve t l h-. t~ se defec ts detail 411-. 't Ccier I'? 111In M (LH ci. M~.'i ositii Ji'g hnu o
mm I, ..' gtNt te kW "o 11141ak* i sud f,* Alaabos Coamay F. mi Jr itnlice
etknta dandl t.P III$ to'uyofao of pr u110111-11 In t r subla~w ~ecI4ptoa of 00 Insh Oact cnf A. ID W. I iat" %-L
1h %lbt,. TbgThe, or t I.r taIi n w luded 0% '' tv t*M mv ee t e an bs ua,.t 0 5.
hatiIrvi. a 5 tr t o '.1~ if .arse~wlevilo Alert-.* Ir 'ie. Ilknits-%
C A S1() 14 A ,tm.'anathe atwme Ilvmag atedfrom IliOi*a amxlaia bas replace, his .asa"WS.Q4%0"'sac4M rN. "O. I
vi -rAnd C.iIh is gabeinge fe .- IoSh e o%0 %1
The evat N ock tit M ullet It left~(~ I t W OJ ft 4 r eN O U 0 n
Stas1Ilmrb ethrou aI agin Sipthing Ili the wholo. -mil. A m- o f = 1 e o fbi- Is A,.,ed
Th I~Vs h1 Ahu 9k) z&t) 1,'410il IkA*IPJ that a PC" vtr' .ai bea 0""T vs MW l'Glee 1.MKI,~
1 W K i d Y o e b n A h m D I N O )~h I- I llr t h r r w vt tj i* I b c w m a O m A W w o w s W W O a "r r e ~ cu d r n w a e s is r e w o a s r~ pi ,
ar.u of fh~ltw mli eiJw'r tl -M -~( eeltt rJ Sea k kCid rm
"evoor d1% oull1% ulki-tM on f I linesfill
mtmt ud Iurtbc'rt iat r sIIers its apet M Ew to.IIlLo Te pe, 0 W .as me
buJI PSOOe ('Ior a. Ytb oui sYaI II
YIUb scaway h north and imuth t st'o'.at twoW.aInc -E I FIiEE(0tu of Glafo"210. u.eefileato
b9eO4hi catji (I) tee, ne( s 'L ahoeW
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Pen is Mightier

fire-engine when your
s on fire, because it in-
secures the entire valwio,
' Iomi--that is, w .lat
amo is Denned upon ;
policy for

Fire lrum c

t of companies. Winter winds
did aids to big blase. Hlow
r home? If not in safety, thi
at once insure it on receipt 'i
11 you. THINK.


savlle National Sank Bldg.

uying Your BREAD from

R. T. SCHAFER, Prot.

&rt we hve beuI dlng0 th
o hundreds e of tded c
Are yes eo tes I f tIf not.
Ftoo I"&

MR county is 50,400 "rto 'i
has MRw mIke ralroad. 10
wason rmd, a poetoffimre
uhime school, 27 pboephatr
20 MW MOW~i, SUAD *w 1,u
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e Beautiful Down-East Play


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ed with All Specl scenery.
R the Splendid Orchestra, thn
r Quartette, the Good Singini.
the Realistic 8now-Storm, th,
Duel Scene, the Thrilling Ex-

25c, 60c, 75c. Parade non.
Band Concert 7:30.

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YLO FEBRU6Y 2, 19l08


peculiar tInoolk Not Covered
by the hules.


Treadway'5 Frt Hit That Struck Fair,
but Was Delared Foul- When
Tommy Tueker Saw Snakes A
Batted all That Nevr Came Back.
Baseball rul are supposed to c ver
every poialbl emergency that muny
arise during a game, yet a dozen tliues
a week In some nook or corner of the
world there ar(see a situation over
which there are certain to be bitter
Ilpntes and which the umpire alone
bay judge.
Even In the big leagues these things
jccur. One did on the old Eastern
rk grounds at Brooklyn In a game
tween Philadelphia and the Pernum-
The dedelato of th umpire was up.
held by President Nick Young, al-
though It still I open to dispute.
It happened that In the seventh In-
oing, with two men on bases, Tread-
ay hit a line drive down the left
id line. The ball beyond doubt was
Ing foul, for It was curving toward
the foul line rapidly. Gaffney, who
was umpiring the game, was standing
it the plate squlnting down the line,
his eye following the ball.
SSude n)y a Sigt of pigeons swept
alonL. The ball truck one of the pl-
geons, knocking,it to the earth, and the
ball itself swerved from Its course and
struck the gound a foot Inside the
toul line. The Brooklyn runners raced
around the bases, but Oaffuey waved
them beck and declared the bit foul.
There was 'a long wrangle, which re-
suited tf Brooklyn protesting the
game, bpt Uncle Nick upheld Gaffnoy.
Jiggers Donahbe always had a ter-
ror of all prta of snakes, toads and
bugs, and th'" terror once nearly lost
Chicago a victory over Washington.
Joe Cautlnon knew of this aversion,
and when the Senators opened In Chl.
cago Cantllon spent the early after-
noon dining faishin worms, grubs and
the Ilke, ali he0 arrived at the park
with a couple of pans filled with them.
Joe waited several Innings, and then,
with one of tbe Senators on first, he
began sprlflhllh, worms around the
sack. JIggeIl did not notice It for a
minute, and. Indeed, not until the
Washington player ran off the bag to
draw the throw. The ball came low.
nnd just before he stooped to catch
It Jiggers saw the ground covered
with worms. He let out a yell and
Jumped a foot In the air. lie inut'lllll
to block the ball, however, and sent
in a hurry-up call for John to sweep
the ground around the base.
All through the game Crntlllon and
his men sprinkled worms and bugs
around Jllers and kept him In a state
of terror, but with the aid of the broom
lie managed to frustrate his tormentors
iind escape without an error, and the
fnllowlug day be appealed to the um-
pire to make the Senators quit.
Tommy Tucker, however, was not so
lucky as Ujle He lost a game for
Wahilngton to Chicago once and start-
tl a battle all because of a trick 1111
lahlen and Bill Everett put up on him.
Tom never did like snakes. Indeed,
tie held them In abhorrence, and In
,4iiie way Dablen discovered this.
'~hllnlgtoI was .to play Chicago that
.irt.riioon, and during the morning
Irra,'tif-e on the west side gproulnd Irah-
Il*l aud Evesett dlscoverd a sndall
tartertanuke and treasured It iiup
.\Aong la the fourth Inning EverEtt
'*. kid out a'blt. and as ,,,ug an lie
lh:,:~oi on first base ahlenh. tiruririi.
hh 'i-tinl custom. ran ont to conch, alrlJ
Sr ,iicent later he lipped the hi rlmi ,-**
' '1, r'ltile to E 'ertt. who druittd it
::,, Tufker'" hip pocket
'"ilnylf diseorered the snake jult a'
'1..* pitller waa delivering the ltil.
rl. with a yelp, he desrted tir't
bu. The abhotstep gather np th<'
tall on the nI and started to throw to
.1,)ndl. bht ras too late and thrllw

towardjtirst. TOmMY Was twenty fee
"fT the.bA joluping up ad down uz;d
I.Tsinl~ngfor smbetbing with Which to
k, tiijt make, #ad the ball We4rt tfj
'% stands, ad Cblcago screl fo'ir
N'-l~ n the Wnd.
li.ker p es ted wildly. bilt Il. ur.1
vr- couldn't bud anyihlne *?...it
"kes I tn e rulelx toka u lleWt It 'I
at t t
po. pCM2 the bire dirwiloon tn
r"@e.ero tgcklad .:I t, te 1')t t
IL 9rstte. rbWb wIa u upinflit A
0 mltwafstThe Iffltas 4 )Ir"
OW ek* elub trs Syem r'6 '"
Ti- t werW playing down at
% better at Byeamno Valll"
r iWk ts, e, tor of Ipallam
'.b Nih le lwthb two out &!of
1 I ). 43~ 1As yfte. what
Dowwie& pfcam,*I eo C
'*"I t~ Ss to ,th and f.ur U,.
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Cough Syrup

Relieves Colds by working them
out of tve system through a copious
and healthy action of the bowels.
Relieves Coughs by cleansing and
strengthening tha mucous mae-
branes of the throat, chest, lungs and
bronchial tubes.

The Original



Conforms to National
Pre Food and Drug Law

FW CrOVI Whopin co" Ls
all o ColdC, L eu nd b
cial O remedy 6 eu-lj
KLazativ.e Cogh Syrup.
Put a In S S*Oo anI $1.00 ahaw"
at the Laberawtry

Pleasant to take

Children like It.

the players were rUninllh Tbey saw
the bill I!tcl'ed and saw It hit, but
Just us the but hit the ball the boiler
at I{Ick's iiwmill. about 200 yards
awany. exploded.
About five nlinutes later, when the
r niake nid ste.'m ct lured away, the
bahe runner remembered and ran
arotllu to tlie plate.
The real argument started about half
an hour later, when everybody had
visited the wreck. Sycamore Valley
clinrnd tihO victory, declaring that four
runs Ihiuil soretl, and Jack Htrattoo al-
lowed their clinli Minneapolis Trb.
Talking About the Baby.
Whnell tlih, k tors :skIe the m6tber
ihow ohl h!r Infantt was she replied
without h 'ltn;l,: t(iht he was four
"Why., no, he Isn't," ,irrec ted the fa.
their. whoo tnt near hv ."i e is only three
anin' n t tra'n ti'ith "
"*I mip~~,,w I rnll hate to learn It."
aild the ruii rZ nther re slguedly. "I
feel that ihi in very hlort while I shall
be doing th, very things for which I
laughed tt itither ini the dsays before
I was ninrriedh ThIn hen they told
me the nge" of their Infannt In months,
weeks and n dn. I th.ollht It wasI a-
pren.el.y .ol .v \hen oie would say to
me, ''ilIie In thrve.' months. three
wekL n. i ,f ,i 'I o,,Ii.' I was woot
to shroinK i ii! h'i'leirs and wOeder
iwhy .li. l'l,'t Iml't In round num
he4'r. ['.or U 'iitli" wut.ld lq1 near
.ii :' e.' I would say
to In ,'f
"\!'',, I I'.i, ,' thaqt '.Anithony
ti 0 t ne. n wanted of
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S) 1 ,:.* rre .tdl. I w til
i *.MI.Pt. who la
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! .~ ,L, ,!." I -. .re New*.

W".t to DO When tililous.
T; r, '* 'I :, t do bh n yoru
,*,,; > '.ik.* a do of C(hamr
I. r,.,: *,, >. n! liver Tablet..
'i ,. v '* z the stomnacb aand
r, 1 : r 4uid bo <.,li Try
:t Ir. r.t" Kaaiples free at
all ir ,.. '

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The Way te Writer bot Even With
the Heirtles Ecitors.
"Lateadio HBeas timt wondertful
wr*ier. twgod on newspapers In hil
youth." sid a publislr, "and the
ruthlwe way his studills we're chang-
ed, cut sad butchered wa. a greaIt woe
to hi heart.
"In after years Hlern took a mall,
clouds joy In collectir' stores about
edltora-edtolr and their iujwrlor and
omaltclent way with uiauutrcript.
"One of bh stories was of an editor
to whom a subscriber wittl:
"'I enjoyed that poeiit on the three
age of mas la today's i pair. Mr.
heern:; I eaoyed It uimn'euel.. Do
you know. though, I thought that It
was origlnally writtu the seven ages
*Bo It wa, air; so It was,' said Bdl
tor -ren poapoesly. 'Y- the *x.
tract was orlaaIlly written the sevea
ages of ma. but I had to rut It down
for lack of space.'
"Aother story concerned a weather
report. A rport, discussing te
wetbe, wrote that winter still liK-
ered tl the t p of spring.
"The editor as be read over the artli
ete called the reporter up to his desk
and told him that he would cut out
that sentence about winter llnartlan
nt sprnlus lap. le Maid the idea was
good enough sad ortglnal and all that
owrt of thin,. but It would not dd to
publleb beceUtas the high moral tom
of the paper bId to lt mairntalied In
a town full of icbool Itrln."

trl* atA Royalty.
Roynitilmare jr-y cured of any $by.
uwsu of Iling loAQ1 d at. They are there
to be een, and both the klag *ad
queen when tt to to the otwia sad
turn their g lai on the oceupaiti
of opposite boxa are openly saund
by the 4Ao etanrsd looks of perCoe
who feel aIbahed under the IapectiUO_
Not a trce o( self cooclousness to lft
on (a te eo( la Ingllsh royalty, with
the exeptUl at perbapl a aile
prineeas ader ao artillery of Ileanes
Sueb atmttious arae anything but ft
anted. ladoes ta beautiful Duekees
of Devoaslirl aNd to say that wbhe
the bother sba ed to turn ronpd
after r bt O tret she would know
her rola wab oer.-Londoo CtSbroeA




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dsipinua at s'alatha, Astor. BM ebord (DeLand).and laermaediate Leadi 4
I rr. JoSl= River.
are appointed to tall as follows Leave JACl v dal*, til eaipt
saturday., ast :10 p. Lp. Reiurale, 1r6le i6aa, 40ilI
eserpt Budal6 at 1i00U A. 0m.

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Due 10:30 a. I ............... atr pris .................. L.as. 0:M 0a.
Pasenre and Tloke Offie, 1t Weat ay 1tre Jasheknvlle.
II. 1R. RAYMOND,.,VpePreident and Guara Maa ev, lew York.
H. 3. MAYNARD. r. T.. U. A. C. HAQRATY0. Q. A.
PIor 34, N. R., New York. Ptr I. N. I., New York.
L. 8. SCROBLB C. A.. ,. M. IRONMONOIUR A. 0. P. A..
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L D. JONU1. T. r. A., JOHN PEN ORL J. P. A.,
Jacksonvlle, Fla. Pier 1$. . New Tork.
0. P. LOVLL. Agent. Jackaonville, M.
Senerl OwMe*, Pier IM.North River, New Tork.
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E matter of General Interest OGth.
ered by Our Reporters.


What Has Happened and What is
Going to Happen Told in Short Para.
graphs So That "He Who Runs May
Read" It In The Sun.
Open an account with Phifer Bros.,
Dollars do double duty at New
York Racket.
Furniture and stoves on second
floor. Now York Racket
F. II. Hester of Evlnston was a busl-
|neus visitor to this city yesterday.
D. R. Colson has returned from a
visit to Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
D. I. Williams and H. M. Pepper of
Rocky Curve were In the city trading
Dr. A. C. Chowning of Hawthorn
was among those who spent yesterday
In Gainoeville.
T. M. Venablo of Arredondo, more
n ,.III,..1it .tiUn *. "IlnlA Fnmed ras







Will last a life-time; light,
durable and easy to keep
clean. Heats in half the
time required.in other ware
-does not burn easy. Will
polish just the same as your
silverware. .
We carry a complete line
of this ware-Copper Pots,
Kettles, Milk Pans, Boil-
aP, TnlM,,er Pl);li note

.1:.AIAry nJ lhIJ gU as P O iIep 1, J/&a I111lU U
in the ltl' yesterday.
George Gloason and sons of Rocky
Poit mog tho who pe Baird Hardware
yetstrcldy In Oalnesvllle. C
lpi r1',tedtlentt A. O. McArthur of WlHOLi'ALE AND RETIAIL
tue Atl.,iilc Coast Line has returned
f roin points iIn outhh Florida ---- ----
S Att.1rn.'y T. II. l3lllm has returned Special values In tiiware at New
Sftio:a a' tonville, whore he has been York lucket
on a \ it to his wife and baby. MIen'Hs and boyu' pants at New
S J. K. 'litetn. a itrominent citlzon of York Racket, .
SArt Il, .r ,h I n tie city Friday. ItI American Lady C6rsots, best made,
iln, made Tl'l Rnim ai ngre able call. at New York Racket.
i .1. '. hoinmt has retunrtd froin Pay your city taxes. The time Is
'rric ,. \%w hlire he has been on bu:i- short. I)'lays have dangerous enda.
ne::; f *r the past two or three days. Monday only-$3 Howard Hats $1.95;
W\Ve i.e d('cdedd to continue our Itonar lats $3.45. The Phifer & Mor-
grett ,',' on(e imore day. lant call. ris Co.
Sonic Monday The I'hiler & Mor- Monday will positively be the last
i t Co. day of our groat sale. The Phlfer &
"Tlih brute Circumatance" tyraniaes Morris Co.
Over the rules a good many people- C. 1. Melton of Micanopy was
bit is a more docile boast after you among those who spent yesterday in
learn to advertise. this city on business.
Made especially for the pretty girl. Miss ileale Dupree bas returned
the comely anatroa and the dear old from Waldo, where she has been on
SIdy-Zlegler Shoes. We are sole a brief visit to relatives and friends.
agent. I. C. Smith M. M. erger of Cleveland, Ohio,
SAent W. M. Dullard of the Se- is in the eity. Mr. Berger sl reproe
board Air Linel Ia spending a couple eating the Glauber Bros. Manufacture.
w twhre days in Jacksonville on a Ing Company, plumbers' supplies.
combined buslnels and pleasure trip. The lue Ribbon Record-Ten years
Hunt for work if you want work- of success is the Blue Ribbon ttr"a
Sad do not Imagine that you are real. record. They have earned and bOl*
ly "hunntng" unless you are adver first place with dealers and cousauM*
ti ing. .as well ast ro adnltg and answer- ors.
bag ad. Miss Evylin Powell of CItra. who
Thn linlrdl llrdwaroe lwor p onlty Il s stopplpig here for a few months as
i' dverill ilg a ulie of aluminum ware a guest of 1Rev. and Mrs. 8, 1. Rogers,
l In flI !K41 Su- whilt-h should appeal to Plft yemtterday for a britf ltiit to her
the hitioiewlfe, eot pvcally tho.-ie %li, do hotinell
their ti". n cookitiig lIon't tie to the brand of a shoe;
'W. Willer ofIr V.tld.t tia, r.'p iT.le mtyle, ithe contlfort and wearing
e: retsi'.t i4i I"' I: Itl..ek ('i Cti f At. ,ImIliti'i..4 altre what oattio t. W\\. can
i laln t, I, h re i thi I ne I 1 rr:,t r if h it S,' youi nill the e a ni d mitor' I. C
trfil r ., I iil'ting il t hl 'i br th r tinrh
S I lh,' v 'I I. l'lf' Mr I.ulan l.tlnat r and Mbls ll n-
r I .1 \\ 'lltit rf t'tr;. w.I t i rletta D)iesn. (teI he(( r of the IStoke's
Sthe > % \. st 1- ia;t .1;' t.4 I ti d tat' (tu, nirtrain school. repectively,
t, i 'ti .d 'i I,' ll.Viwlard Fi I of iw(,re' in the city yeClterday. The lat-
: Atit ;.i w is I U'niit.l& v fe'r tor school closed Tuesday. after a

We1 t. ,e is'ti ttI i

the ri'ad
AII ft
ii tlro~d
Iie I (ret

!e It \ 9I I
I)( i w i ..I
1m '' 1 r l)tm

I .iaiu'itrr ic aid li' -
I ,'sri t o' w A i so41
'h IO W' l IIVi t', I ci g 'i

I~~ ~~~t for TIO, tat cl r1

I Iu 'cM ttI 1pi

I". ar Its" oew

Most sucllrc ful teIrn
t'. 1. Thigpin aud little daughter.
M!ms C(lran, were In the city from
W\mldo Frlildy. They came to meet
Mrs E. MarlIonny of Alachua. an
elder daughter of Mr Thlgpln. who
a IIl 1kit her i'artent' Ini Waldo for a

Atl't;o l ,ti I. alledl to the ad\ertlis
meIt r of the 1:1 Ilniadlo 'afe Theo

vviii tie Ini tl n-.'' Mr Itucllrti.
%1,0ii N 0 it fit t,.' ..llte muveto all
mit at t vr Itlitt t- ti'eimhlwarIto e'part ma'mot
lit r'tAitcftlI, 'A III qI .% ciniatraiate'e thAt
%hAFE thittixgs .III tit fIit It
AI ong t le- l-. to. this atN Is
.1 4) 1orr"', ho rv",ldee in Onlnivs
itr r
%Aillv for Nv- I-al as Old er hI q. r
1. the tit t U Di if liii AtIntitc-
k. at -1 1"ne and l i Ie ta filliling 1t440 Iain
kl ' It lottN'ta11W ixit .1tic kt~taikxi% Me r
Ierr,'.a numiacolms friends herv. arnt
g1,1e4 t1 161 lceitue hI.n 1Agta

AttDUoua It called to th.fa t Nehat
the gv-tt retootal mate of Thr (; W
Hl)dc Coumin. at a %hIh greAt atOri
Sta In evt1a 1 1iwii fJe be-kni mad1o will
te coulaved for a teai days loggr
I'iM firn mcipects mm tobetpy t~he
muagitcunt 11111 buihldlg. wli-c l ag
just bren comploted. but thay i'rwer
to smeice gooe thea to move th
bmes graat e. w m Ulm
SS~ aw, m~ vm At

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h, n rel.Atives feel that a photograph
in !ilch clrcuiatLanwC is better thai
r.o,' at all DIo not procrastinate
lie a;. and "' wure the sbadow ere
the .'ubtanrc fades."
You can get a picture fom locket
to IIfe-sl. at l itmhh' w .




One more day. Last call. Don't de-
lay. Comn Modlday. The Phllter &
Morris Co.
A. R, Harper has returned from
Jickvonvllhn, whet. he ha4 ti&trl I1',o:'
nlag after his mercantile Inter. i
A few mpre of those Hart, S.!,a'!r'r
& Marx suits left-only $5. tIus (,11
-Monday only. The Phlifr & Muior-
ris Co.
Miss Hattie Mills, the elIlcIent
teacher of the Paradise school, wa-,
among those who favored Gainesvllle
with a visit yesterday.
General Superintendent J. B. Cut-
ler of the Tampa and Jacksonville
railway ha returned from an official
visit to Tampa and other points.
It is worth your while to look i-o!
the values contained in our stock of
shoes./ There ts something here for
everybody, but especially for you. L.
C. Smith.
Marcus Endel, formerly of this city
but now making his headquarters in
Jacksonville, passed through the city
yesterday en route home from St.
Petersburg, where he has been on
We wish to thank the public for
their liberal patronage during our
great cut-price sale. It was no fake
sale. Ask our customers. Monday
will be your last opportunity. The
Phifer & Morris Co.
Friends of Perry G. Ramsey of Wa-
cahoota, a prominent farmer and
Agent of the Tampa and Jackson\illl
at that point, will regret to learn that
he has been confined to his bed for
the past few days with la grippe.
It. R. Rosborough and int'erutnllg lit
tit son, Master Angun, were in the i Ity'
from Jacksonville yesterday. Tlhey
wore en route to Windsor, where tlihe.
will be guests of tlhe formerr. Ipar-
entr, Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Io. borugli.
Mrs. I,. W. Jackson left yesterday
for Hampton, having Ibeen sluninlloe(d
on account of the death of her In-
loved mother, Mrs. Caroline Deveneau.
The funeral will be held today, the
Interment being In the Hampton
Mrs. J. J. Cutler has gone to BaIr
tow, her former home, where she will
spend a few days with relatives. Mrs.
Cutler proposes to make an exepuded
tour of South Flori a, and wfll visit
the State Fair at Tampa before re-
turning here.
Bnglnee4 R. F. Dpree of the Sea.
board Air Line, who has been on a
brief visit to his family, has returned
to his duties. Mr. Dupree, who has
betn on the Archer-Cedar Key run.
will transfer to a run between Waldo
and Jacksonville.
The Galnesvllle Furniture Company
has a talk on the Instalment plan In
this lssue, which will be read with
interest by those who contemplate
buying furniture. This is one of the
most reliable firms in Central Florida.
and always deliver goods as they rep-
The party of Unlontown sportsmen
who are cunlming at Palmer decided.
for the variety of sport, to take a
snlpe hunt on I'aine's prairie one day
last week, coii~'iqluently, early In tnhe
anornllit they wtre on the naerln. In
a few hour the iarty succeedeld in
bagging 16' snllKpe, which is the best
record yet made on the prairie.


Photography today Is an economic
r d social necesslty in every coummun-
Ity It maintains the memory and
affections of family life through the
picture it make,. and which we could
not now do without Hlow often is re.
rect expre .d that no picture ctlts
of iome friend or relative who is no
l,nger with us"' Sometimes. Indeed
the canmra Jan to iatrude upon tihe
sarltidnt'es of the death chamber Itself


A lot of odds and ends to close out regardless of value

On lit 50 m 80e Silk, per yard, ely ..............$c
One tot 75 to 80c Silks, per rd, y ............... 50
' Some are only a few yards to the piece-others enough for Walsta,
Children's Dremses and Ladies' Suits.
Be on time, or you will regret it.

W\e have divided ill our Ladies' Fancy Collars
into three lots:

Collars worth 15 and 20c only .....
Collars worth 35 to 40c only.........
Collars worth 60 to 75c only.......

. ... .. .
. .... .... ..
oltOO tO e O


Our regular 25c Hose only.............. . .... 19
Our regular 50c Hose only..... ......... ...38c

Big Reductions in Ladies' and Children's

Coats, Large and Small Rugs, Art Squares,

S Blankets and Lace Curtains

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WANTS... Miss N, Norton

5 Cents Per Line

Each isertion, but no advertise-
ment taken for less than 20 oents. Six
words make a line; no rational lines,
every word over each six counting a
an additional line. CASH I advance
must accompany all orders for Inser-
tions ln this column.

Novelties, Books, Stationery

Souvenirs, Sheet Pictures

and PitreF rames .IO

206 East Llbry Swtrt,

COUPLE wants well-furnished room
with board; private family preferred.
Referenses exchanged. Address
"Permanent," care Sun office. Ureud Fleer-lext to .Pest(A
-- -- ..n. C'oveuletly Leatod Vet Privat
\VANTKI)--Actlve boy to serve a4 of-
flee boy and learn printer's trade; Not "the oelest b~t k in the city" buit
one who can read and write; no one IUt 1 laltlliaid, and the plase for laliep,
need apply who does not expect to tentlemuetn, anIl children.
remain In our employ for at least a YSTERS The famo,,
year. Call nt Sun office. Continental,
-- ----- ao stle.

Furnished rooms, single, suitable light.
housekeeping. Apply Teleg'ph office.
FOR RENT--uralshed rooms for
light housekeeplag. Apply 501 M 'l.t
Orange street

Regular Meals. Tradlig TItkets.
We nothing, but give you the best Itrvie
powible at a reasonable price.
Spucial supper for parts srrd on
rlort notie m poamble. Evrythingl ood
in uanon. Open early and ckr late.

FOR RENT-New five-rootm cottage in ..ee the oule Ctrie OAPI Our moito
We try to do what we premise."
South Gainesville. Apply at Boul- ,.
war tore' tre or Suo otic. a -.


AlJucca ColotyA MbstUct o.

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Srittr ritbMir for legal work at AU.\!L.-V.I.E. FLA.
The Sun o"!: -
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FOR SAl.E-Sxty Harred Plymouth **e, with factltle far tm r aIlC tai
iRock. Write W. T. Jones. Fts. or.na c0ts IL eOd
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