Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01197
 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 6, 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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01197
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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SBROWN Application F M.e by d ony vetERYUNEASY Leogparated Bhr Meet UnderUN FOR AIA M
Company of Bostcn. ... matter Unusual Ciremetaonc. M
Maco.n, ti.. I,. ( the p1tw Augusta, (la Feb. &.-The truth of
CMi ltrew of ton e C..,ny,. Tr.s; copa A-rchs a ,volu 9tls01 ts the* aid .-.that fct ist *,tra, ,n onddlaa sButh sslt loi
ny of Masahuttt t '. ta<.(' *, Blrnzuin.m rnilr,;d plac*,> d ti)..c n ui kWJlg I.S, m arkable hoance. ga t Nl. wltfw.
;.-. thae h.ndi, (if a rft, ivr h1 ti or-er Frank Lnhbaiu caunie to Augusta
of Ju-dge R DW. iD. 1 At.l>:,. Sam~ eeral months Ag from an Illino -
. r FIE.. A RAGED uel P. Parrott, vice' ,i.:; j,, of tile ESPECIALLY AT BARCELONA town and enaied board at a w TWENTY-SIX WERE NAMED
Georgla 'Liitli nd Fi ,i i hi hlbnL .o- kaow Bro a d treet boarding h house.
tnamald receiver He sever talkete of t'is family aPd none
t "ry of T0h1S1ct11e Off the Nova 4' Dvy Detacchmente of eldiers Are on t Conteel for Pdfoei on the lDefesgpyd
ixos The appioation for ,, wf h,. o I fe o allow boarders knew he ba1a
otia m s fTNhrty-81x Hours result of the conlpanyl an\.w, innhit. Duty Day and Night In All the Im brother. Were Conducted n a IFriny Sp*
Sb Crew w(ii Plames-Thir. Ity t meet panninn' in il the' portant Centers ef Span-Alfoneo The other nlj;ht a stranger came to It With No Seroiou Pactilnal Pi'ghf.
road is|ue'd honds ti, )t 'extnt eof Queen Augusta antid engaged board at thelWill Un forCandidacy
.1i 500.+, wh h we tai,,,,vtuop1\t h ea n t. Am i.me placr At supp;l, r sme ove re-
. 1Halt8h I | IFhb. .--In the Old Colony Trun t contintn of wth-. r idr I Pb. .--K4Ing A;fot.o and marked to him that he looked e0o1ph li,,1i.ang.> lti luI., Sh. 5 -Indlasa
mid st et* 4ibl.r" the steamer obhilsetts. Tho bonds w'rF t, ,),ar In. Qun Victoria are at prihit at be- like one of the itlitr boarderrs who repubhltianim Tuisoiy selected by 4W
4, OttaAthit(jteraed to the wa.- terest of p er's e t 8~otlan coast. was to hp paid on the. fl:t 1:1ty of Jan- should the tituatloa In P'rtuigal be- kwln brother. The newcomer natur. to tlh national convsntkn.
lftew row 1 t O siagp of a small The Miassachus~tts c.,i.ipan alleges able for them to be aNr the ntiulatry and was startled to hoar that It was s0,cet.d by the state *onveto On
WIoat Wi attempted to leave that it hlas never heen alI,i < co tallect and parliament to fa llllta', tlt. Liking l Ja arult. lie turned paj< and asI 1ed April .
ieh vueLtWL Wfre had broken out. a cent on t.he (dates hetli iii'riret was of steps necessary for the lrotlthon that Ulat was also his nanie dit that The Indtnna delegation wlH Ie
; The 'frtrMVes members of due. T'he' maturity tof the !mndrs was, af pantsh interests. h e rth. b had a roher not nlt or unit for the mnltdapy of Vice Proe*
g4 O0s, eMte1in tlU captain, were to be in 19N;. The trnit (conipauy In addition to Mte strong rf're of heard of him for eved years. And dent Charles W. Palrbanks. District
t aeeW 6 y AT WAite Star liner Cyim. g'rts In itq pwltti n for the appoint- paalwh troops kept lona t Sp~anlb it happened that nv : f tis entonso eAll to ornltai the
s10-. AftWU tal 4g o te survivors, ment of a r.w'ilv.r that 1.he Macon frontier heavy detacbhento o, mldlersi mlslng one by accident sate committee all lntorsed him, hbe
k e Cymrle Shabdes the burning vY. and Blrmirnghamr railr )ol is "hopeless- are on duty day aW4 alht in all the Several huodred ies froi home. lat Ommlittwe1 and the R pub ltom
el Sad W M rh0 6 0 Boeton, ly Insolvent," and ask4 for an ac- Important caters of *pin. buit espe. neither perhaps thinking of the uther, nni.al| association ,all lIdemd
r counting-of the hond.. and the coupon* M ally at Barceloss where the anar- these two men had come to thie same him and te Indiana tJLts i loleag,
N1w T6iYti. S.-A wireless di-. secured by the $Vli, ,A,ti' mortgage held chisto and revolutk lsts ar r said to boarding house. had picked out te which meets P b,. I, and the Mate,
path to TimI fem, the Cymric upon the railroad. The ro4J is to he showing signs of activity s.ae place out of the dose I tothe Moateation will endoere him. The
ITv1 d1etai 0 1 e burin g of the continue In operation as ;.foro and no It is reported here that King 'ar. eity. Nivdlvs to msy that William and ohlcao delew action from this state wll
ste t t. rt. Soon after l&rge eurtallment of the worktin force los carried life Meaurance to the Frank lJntham, twin bothmP. haud a bh a unit in his support.
11 O0d1ertu thS buurnng vessel is expected amount of 1200,000 a I lngilsh com. happy meeting, eves thugh It was Th conltets for pla on the IS.
i#ti'tu aAIS, alo came and The Macon and It!rndniham road paay, and that he had otl'er policy entirely unexpected. dian delegation were oAdoeddI Sa
0 w tWiptIVby ar several hours wia built early in tho nineties by the l1r $,000 ti a 8pBali riNmpany. a friendly spirit with a sertoi teS
*waawu. s ote to safely lower a Macon Construction company, of -- POLIC ON T WATCH. tional bta.
batt. the *tW I 4 which was at which Willi. It. Sparks Tas the prw-( King Manuel tipvlring.
lbDi asklkat"in it impossible Ident. I Usbo. 1b. .-4%e ooditions of Chlatge Anarehisto nnin"g M OtM POI P"N1ON4 ,
r a bt toee l e t curious wa- The line extond,. from Mac LtrU. Orange, a distance of lo) miles, ad arm sa ta at the MiA his fatlihr Chco Feb. s. -"Never Is th hia |U. Added to Iell
piaHy at 'oal1k. the Cymric got runs through the counties of Bibb. a4d beher wee ilo last Saturday, Wry of C.Ilo a ai e a1lM6U ts Sai mlll. mit.
a boat iwalr IS nt mli t Pint Ofro. Monroe. Crawford, 'Upton. Mortwa.- Is tiprevfsg. ether emtes of law i ad mordeg Walen W ebt., PeM. 6.--.T* *Ua
Gi stiveg siW With a er& w of six or and Troup p lAranGC. The eotasl o a, ian its Is ieofm oret 4MaWOs tha4 they an at ,p Wway pesslmW N1 Pill pagsed s
-m. A siT ugt withthe a.- -O j---- u ,i a tra ,e deai o. te hd C oi Pollee Ship house Moaday it plS*ht S s fti
rs t 'he et wasI brllantly TATE OpC IALS tNVOLVE. f1 W le hU g I a 0 erow0 1IsCe PY MoSWy &ight. T I7 el9 p. the Ml 0 u bl u eja M n W
ifme Md by the oil -- w Il beM telI a Feb. S at 10 Welb*s lies afe wt1, t' moeeiio RpBeioeatataive" all Oealls.
mSttle 1 1i10b had been More Evidence Regarding the Penneyl. it the meatslNg M a l SeS Pa lely. You Wha thee ~?billw anlA sp
W*& e. the wi Lao relsobl. the vanl atate Cap ithl F re. sO*.* to11* .W1 a 4.0'Ss ame of oin .!a i MM 4est a imo
ile of 0S abiSW iagta ibrty-sven volow and fturauare showlfg tat0 t he .sgl Ceu eui1per b*.1 w 4 44111111 1o11 1 -l-,ti
m all. i last trip the bat prior to searing the capitol fhrl W. il t' ii Md w naS m .
Uw sti1*a a wave ada baely IMag extract In 10 D)iontato'r a. g111 S t1'. i Ofat blots has M7I*~a Ng io lm e a ~ as awt
a5e th' si laB afety. deroon sold furniture to the state ia lft Ln. Saeof 3mW 5 iadd mam is a wib i .
0 m TO ite llSto ft ries, the basis of "Il"etor oot" muiTlsa IIl M is* 8. the Mo am 0~ dPNirs N6 ifS ad eW iU ^ %lMsli.
e A. wr er ta i. ere at In evidence at tes truil 01 h dea N *o Wi y thee mbersie Svy vPtrt. 1mf th e ms r l soast~ llb Ml o
Lte iltw ro M W the at. n n former Au p di ter Ge t tfm. g0i0aies *e e1m the. aief t ge9o pdllitI '* gMr .o q a 6 i ififmp
At m*ey maf e stheg w as. sanyidr, former State Treasurer Math i the e in0t ~datted Tuasb0t ettehe mahigl & ? death o bb ow r
dJt *M- bei ng see ws oera- oad Janmes i. Ihum1kw. Sup W 3-MSl11 yate a 1 te 1ttaSM mm
sg trmais.aas. nm eirst o- 5uperntendemt of grounaid sNAWP MboOedM iyMM M s
4W MrIAee to s o ter. The r o int s the Dauphin county Wart. _ath allIpoit Prism t* ada prier to Jusan M, a101 Thbe
airsesia twas r4. wh Of e t Ihe debmes fought vtOoro mly s be fl6, W all ele to per lg, we I la el thfit pay. tW M ill af
Pa wue to -ilIa ofe the re iat b introdicton c of tti M. e tiw ed to rifr@ 8P Porgal and tr ----'---- 1 Th M was latued4e
Po osm ewlagofy o t 1 the dence. without which it would hve* pot1e3fl rigs he restored sed N d es AVRNTSO A MfOtWM PNICu. Mr, ellwep. The Sl awt l t 0
ileo oii nme em wiP of all the ip be. difficult fr the commonaweUtI to IMS miaSM astrary to bherty ---- '. ole Mvty i ..1M $,1I
hthe taC ha tothe e brie.hhp b s thatw hishi charges by the "sur- Weman Evnapi ant AM--a Aly, 5Rep mewl --MS*
44d Mth M, trWMl t.e brwde. The pl 0" inft" 11M 01,ty ai "WlMIto Of
p i*tals was IS t t btd. fiIc fool"t b l ~N 4a. A. m AR. UtM MO.. O. *U MimuS Iumo
SI ared1 106 116d the flames. but wuas overr'ho by J-- l, IN MAR111-- lh iAoe1. fl, erb. 4.1t aF.g-- s l y o i f I
e $swim from &fro Te onjmonv th isit d-lh 5i s* dv w h wsre Is a w$"I i
Sl W es Imeiaey fro rmr t ier fth rdrse Letter lI Odleeed t Pfty After In the rLfttre dretly above sad is to e& A f hie
l pre. A i i Ws9 t emaedlatelyf orrlp s.&a on.rg bys ha Th I frost ofr tbeIn K l l 8 I las isw. H vtM aar *I
ere. bat MW m a sd its o i the on 0 piracy h bar by cettwi Nw T tI. -AItr it had It frot reo By f*ers fyi mit. mNis an lie e r .
D4pn", of lift, Ieluding the third that the% rrittflui t billso rnillm New le t. Pbb. t --Al it ha r utl MIss Hp l W .# to p Nl. W
wner of ft the wrong Item nuimUP of Othe Aebe bees s' f t hi tyg years Ma Ie Lidgaty, a ya1 Wais 8A4ge lli Mt oA i bi a ,I
*erour were psoh uon wi hlendern was gives ll i ale tter a idelleied Meoday fromee Chbloese, aagloa the lime hfWeis, preved h e as
arm 3t5e o of Crew. ube upotnA FurnlbliAg entWri4t. Jto Mrs. Ulasabth B. Nkiisholr, f NIdew o -*ory or we while set iedines..elil * e aes
N rthirty-telI % be crew fought bThe emrr,,nweath dtoe a eect1 o. t o111 t He ; S l rmpat mo eb een.
tho a m a ies w--y- 'Sec m e. rile to .,.. before Tbu a y. i a r i N ws e ir r .-- .+-+-sm p-te
ertmttag toi I throwing ao it..* bfe T* 1.5* i e INAr ep t t ILLe MAL
sanewat, lwo Mdo l t-e FORaR SUaITOR TRitO @ORCE. radved s- i "ea U Sru eesaeratea *
"" tinest.8I1* lsames which had -- MW s Gr, etsM' f defe> She ODsehd its alsseo so as Fa
Sthi time gIaM then the for- Two Men Ovn 12.Yer wS*'nM ed sI w % 4Ie. it" i 'wiring. pue d froii01 w C it ei *. .
tr,, TW I T Mn 14m n 211 to. ". i we re lWho.I
t. t T All werre ucaum At ad Kin i %. Oh,"teo, ai De Mi The had dm. W.115 es .. .
for h s, hArme, eiahto Nw Yrk. Feb S -Pre.t..s 3* 5g..gj gapg v of ..s$ .... -M
Sthe oD S mas the Sea.o sd I'ommi o Vears w ,s. as m 8. g I W i a Passeed. f e my Mr t
.tb w itho. t S 0 5 a re-o me. rescue.-r tweb* U y l ri) l t T-a M l t.a1 t be a ss. S*e O l sy S., r w S S I m5 e
'X*S atr te a l a t r to re K i n g s c o sa s y taee n M e- a g e gi h n* *8 nt G e m e l e e p e ame o f
m et* hbIh e'isef1uo e members of the E. on lt e eMrde (rr tthel 1e b.,Sl Wd 8f. Wkte s. wtst ****5 invaer sr a sm es 05 4 s *
is i i he Cyew kidna. tid Aoecl ALr adt M i e Ia .. i ai .m _. IIubere 1id hIt e i eb-se---ll i Me bach 1
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,'hO d g s e ** rgi or *in e: g, a t #, ed to a. pone s i nstmi- bu- 0i u u i m age a e Js The snudlfi re s e
9 et emat he. lagemtseir an' T7 p,. ,' s 5r aorme d l Ii fT was b... Wme. ** .stpsed beer stos wAl bee Sud 0
i eedies, opes*J salt "ter 1- a r. bad o te se r. the;r wk5t'a w **' e4 a t l *1*r ber rhe
u ...... umsqtsin s-. *____ a__ *W htta aWs si* tIo 11 t 0**e r 5 -ht t ef m a
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WdleosoINtn iy Whch

A lUMedlet atheed to the
mIat ham th
O the florl"
~~~%Ido4 Ovef by
U 5.:~, sitsWP '9.WOisC lw
N61Uoa. Seated lic-kr iM u~a th
g: Irm'were oL L IL. svk of
~,1" N% Asftw usd4 81OW the
Ypws Art' P.0. V. a N OW
3Ssh~wstii of the Caote
{* swerW IbfeOW lss1.
GuilIP~L3B After repettlg that
Z'SdWIf t vawell to be pe
004ddrd OoI, Doi,
;kaVxva toam tsw Is Now
wn to h iftwdk .tn of

bbaw aeest e of bmeto the

u *htuhe PNm1et 81 J bWW

l". S- r 0W ilatedeamc ao r. teld, who
i s.peakr of agqectuen sq the
i Sed a ska la ipart a'M the Uni.

$ at ei at *rtelthe pebbe sea ool
les Is l taI heaoft tis
Bl i I *s t 6serK f the pour t. "f

V00411 s Is 0 4w mt0 0Os900 ull
so e *pit* t'Mga oit he

W.gpultural purs s, orua
th luda, ie Oove ra t earLy
.kthdid ase intme, thet t* o.

,. bbe neve Ir e t, ame ofl
,:l t mea this l~. rwt mI he
i etlw onW-hl the d utiom

~ Was male la 154.. 'lb. depart-
uat I- taelf was etaited tIa 1*.

OI hes aime dose a msg aant serv

d by Mr. a em thte lord
I" a@t*Am
4ed said amt ad hm ai that U
by meme rs of the g ekM1m. The
r"to wereot" yeo ellOWA ."
Hverab* u advree rtpsrts were
bels received. The ad esowrts
Iwere, his op inio, duo to the ht

the stre A cow b a sew e a try
S akes some tme lWar bow to makei
a ilvtb ad rs amluaraow had
i..V rllo Olio I f'rl

gat diasculty a adapting itself to
Prof. Setlk t m eing aItrod m oe
delivered a tv o ory bets adl
S a0 orneM tall in mm m o sas. Hen

divided th tarm s o thea tae to
two oN asUeo-rnt. the brtrt ad tAt
powet, and sen"od t he e se eat
Or. toweom I--he ot-me hm res.
He spoke oWfa the seds an t outlet
for each claso
DStre. annaoselag the elose of the
f tohe speae s t the et se
wnM Vld m imve m a tme. d that
mSequetly t, provs had beU
S rearr sed. Theo dmagd oaere of
*er tfor the onxt two Wssions fr t
Thursday. Pb. t a. r-"Catule
lt& lu In tOe outh --Col. W. A.
Sttokr Raiingl in Frorl"--. IL.
"Ttak dtr and its dlentiet"-i
1W' E P erraamtL
It Nomon r-- artwe.
Stlagtead- -r C A eCry.
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Jdk Irew Arragned In Jstle
Court Eut Relan ed n Sf
DeputWy shel W. N. Buwrs of M
asopy as i the t ty Teday, havkt
oomr os euotal bafteIs
OlIor "Bw a Op th at o tur.
day mlght b rrst Jack Brown,
colnoed, whom It i6 i led wu on-
duetin "abtUnd tirer at his bone
In MlaMsopy.
Brows 'w arrnalned ta Justie
amthk's ewet but was released s ad
Skead of IMO btr hs apearaee t
tb aet reMlar tean of ts sitrlt
IRlption 'At Milnopy.
Mlemopyr Peb. 5.-Hon. A. 7. Hik
leer, ea*Mbert of AlAebtu en- t.
tedered a reception to a numbw of
his friends a tfw evetnag reotly.
This tlaetlom vwas emimmny uno
oesfau araguements having been
perfected an every deal, and the
evenlnl was freatlyr eooyod by at
those present. Sven of the pues
removed souvenrs of the occesok.
This aftir will lon be rememb d
by thU fortunate enough to have
asand the ho'ta hospitality. and par-
tcularly so by thooe receiving souvr.
High-Toted Colored Wedding.
Three was a hbl-toed weddlag is
0oleed soelety at Grore Park Smday,
the eaotreting parties beit Abe
Vartlia and WtIle Irving. Rev. J. 8.
Oaddy oSdltUnrg
The weddla a larsly attended
from every Soookat ornaw of that
eftioan. amd at thepoaeltalu of the
ceomony the oaul were the rep.
lets of many oSepatratlons

The CItlm Ome .
The *meo 4 ser f tk eldret eomr
petal tem. speed a at elokl
Weduma y ormar Judge WUt pre
The u orm uI mto was et roae
W4 te mttUWg of srhadi g whe at
tei the amet ememeo ~
**look TlbMu.lIyrlmI

IteIag pUie, prewke profaity,. bt
prbanty went cr them. Doua'e
Otlatmeat cete aching. Meding r
protruding lg afteOW year, s1 m-e
Ite. At may mug at*Wm
it YM l e kmed m ythtaig e f
It In G&Wde s ft vhe at Ii

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heeuss ~arI CatyH JudgeWT nt~

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Ida'Sc ewsit~- I

How H2fi~o Dow 1 ftWerk Im Cone

The naWW way c4 soft disease

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Stthe Xyus aed.rr-.s~rabi theitrt 7
=ost rsaw ar&cello of4h m soft
thont tsad lngo sc sa, tk .
ib geha g whemor I et fU.'do.

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uak deuastae to vofd a the _______________ ____
user ton oatdr~Lr ~ .
now it to W*aS miv e AWWW inmmdt ad W o tu e p r me am 1 00 IM".n Our
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Complete.@%*.Is oa*yit.

coledesmtkferthis' smu Th*te w
Amometff w~t 604M to 86 abone 9" v 5two CR1loss. MWC*~fA.
v14 WWAet.*wall Whup prepit
their lun tor sabtor imop. OwSoe
"*A Sm.1 -G>RCH'ANT&,OW7
Mr. ami Mrs 3 L&Tucker weonto bst
NowboM yto visitbthPonW. R.
w"e "o his birthdy but be bed a Lb
Thucker. cmaSunder the other t. It081..
good things. e N o low that he i...
would be glad it birthday dinner W5 kd S ~ r u
aim Yovey day.
M. C. W. mi d.. NAGo OUTh IUDE UAM 3 AUA
Merosw, wareher. Monday cN a thei t HigeSs ON" p INfor Obsaso. m mi other ?Ahsg
'Wiy to Newboru.
Urm J. W. Por anW three bu &-Co efoSas, n el, oplea
trwo and min.41410.Jobse. have aa Ste Bamr. asLa,
gone to a quiltingWA W. 3& o rS. imu ew""*m sssae. iwees4&0%
J. N. Wood bhasmoved hismureas
tile scrk k ere to hl bWW'sX 3 L 39 Q1W. W.,W.
1tas. H* ezpe tosprltemdbi T0
father'. tanS and mn his st6fteaiso.

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mom. ft "a ul bm as PORM Up IPCK GA NSVILI, PLOEA

MPA lRAn rFires.vklt.* aa Aotadident
Lw Ratee ad Onsuslep w" hedales
Wsa the A"tlaaC U"e

S...'S hsursi5.la15~pa
(hamw mew" 0a ibb o im"). twnow
ft n w s a I p la ft.01" a a s -- w M v al*
the rind tutw bwb aD Prlb i the
Stete Thbst mis m psits
wto awd es a 1ws awm
fthroughArceb.Mwa GWe.fta,
TIW% Roebeft e sad th.Vbrmvr
" 6. 111 It. is am a ooth o; so
abovo Mo. as mb VvWWW 8. 4. 0. You Are Assured
.bove 16.1 oW 4, uwuIt 1 4 40S
AN tikt lialted to S ma @t osa m p bft 4ow Am

'.m aid
aaw ubmwm hm mw w n&
tmd*a o I A W 1

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Acting a watch yon will tilln0t :k Id i ljd"lv HId
,$W taminadon of t'dir,.tq 14k % v I inr p'tdtal Ov
W min t~igis to pro":itt..12mA t :A-l~ ie~
Ukeepaeuride tione'h..l ,~~~~
su e szm always plez-, .- 1111,a iw~~rit- or
I of any watch in whhtich 'N. 11." i:k atlo :IanyuitcrtL.
40 fmak ant intel)liW-ia Ica~~:li~'L': tr I u r HI I Ik ,1 1' %4
emd& and which will, mv' r 'Un',1 (,'l ynIu 1pmtdt. kll
Ikrd Watches from 610 uplt.

.AL. C. eSMITH ..'m.


^ BImpotaDo.


Iof t1w 0 D Not Seem as
w -Ihmer Occasionk.
IB O iWK bI oecommenda-
..t pi Oftpaertment.
LU n anoethlr mneetlag of the
wb held Monday even.
SiM g tt Jt were present:
S t :; Aldermen Bunch,
iWebster and Witt-

.1 Jsuary meeting
Mo)| ati on of Alder-

r ith.e marshal for
,;p* b ofC the collector for
tAn l id water rents
S0r leele 4 and ordered
S,' = 1ig*1 bUEs wre examined,
rti~~di ti orided paid:
Jbsmi ftoad-Mrs. H. H. Mc-
0 N fIt, sifMA. t$i. PrIatlUn fund
4. -*l~ P-. Pl e and Coot fund
-4. T, AMW p1JO. Street fud--
bow M6r1 Co.. 50e.; C. C. War-
Smt. .i *0M.; W. 8. MeDowall.
,MI: 5 M. D a ealsnee. $41.60;
I M. &A P.85O ; J. M. Dell. as
eeH IM z Oftesviuse a" & Blec-
fo wr uso$9. 90; J. M. Dell, assig
s oIn; a. 8. Brooks $4:; Gaine
iV@ U f l &Manht.e Works,
18.i; Wt.L Tboma & Co., $I;: F.
t Be-Mwa,, $ C. C. Wrren, 80.
hM-C. EKite, W0; B. T.
Aw, w. I. M. Del, 40. ire
-tOf-J. jL.A'$l 4; kotlaevllte
O g bagtSw r Co.. $9.4; W.
3,.. TM ea6 ei;C; C. C. Pedrick
W9.71; Bw Oimrpay No. 1. .N0
Siome 0oagarM., I;. 6: J. Moyers,
9; L O. 0 f, $40; BMird Hardware
C o., 40- ests; .. O'Neill. St.10;
aa"aders be, $4.10. Light fund
-OaEleescla Dkltric Power
tCo.. $2t.T. Watr Works Expena
fudod--CC.C. P k. : B. F. Miller.
. 318.M; T.'A. Mi, $27; J. M. Dell.
Ieigaee. $141; -ina Manufactur-
Ia Co.. $; .LJthmas Ca. $194.78:
L. C. Oracy, O.; L. Thomas, $1;

"mat bwi[ a mense ur
tptpl. f& lafInd it mna be-

IT with disun d6books msid

Ilxurkw mesmu% vbw Via week-
lyhOf usmsf t' aiem or leU
A tbu4 M t~o 4f
*nr (d c hu Is urmiac be-
'lath ft IMM L 3" Nod
im-9110bmim6 d&mpa

H mq'n wmb a for w 4hia

lhad h~db o fthmig
Is $ boa W a bai weit
r'. hdI,' -rj k L~rp
cup"" mwts

gri hsee

SSut obe"
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Sx E s Us

Oainesvlle Foundry & Machine
Works, $45.15; Gainesville Planing &
Cofflin Co., $28.19; lialrd Hardware
Co., $99.57; A. T. Kelley. $24.
Alderman Webster nloved that the
payment of $395.02 to the (Good Roads
Machine Company. as second payment
on the crusher, made ly tht' treasurer
out of the.slecial sitre't fund, be ap-
proved. Motion carried
The bill of W. R. Thom:as ia ('o.. for
$290.25, was upon mItiuon referred to
chairman of the street co)linitte~' for
,approval and endorsement.I
The matter of adjuitiii charges oni
Liberty street, between I'l,.tsat and
the G & G. depot. ~ as re'f'rred to
the committee on c lal inr to act with
the city attorney anid re'lxcrr.
Upon motion of Aldlerimain Hunch
the replacing of sign boards naming
the streets was ref'errel to the Street
cou mittee.
Complaint of I. ( L .nch regarding
water on his lot wva; rf., rre'd to the
street committee and city attorney.
Alderman Wehbster nimved that the
cemetery committee' get report in full
from the ladies, covring periods from
its last report to March 1. ,190'. Mo-
tion carried.
Alderman Websterr moved to recon-
sider the vote taken ,im resolution rel.
active to changes in the location of
the Government building. Motion car-
rled, and upon motion of Alderman
Webster the matter was referred to a
committee of Lt., to b,, appointed by
the president. Motion carried, and
the president appointed Alderapen
Webster and Cannon asI the commit-
tee to Investigate and 'leort..
Alderman MIxoon moved that the
mayor be requested to have the fence
of F. X. Miller, on Magnolia and Oar-
den streets, moved off the streets at
the expense of said Miller. Motion
Complaint having been made as to
the telephone and telegraph wires b-
Ing fasteed to the trees, the later
was referred to the street committf.
Report and request of E. A. O'NellU
relative to the needs of the Are deo
partment. was referred to the Are
Request for lights on ArlingtoI
street was referred to the light com
Alderman IHunch moved that the
clerk be Instructed to oiwn regltr-
tloo books at th.' ltrorilr tinc. Motion
Wbereuini iith. co',url, upron mo-
tion of Alib rinaii \lttstotk. ad-


Twentieth Century Club. Inforn mattinh has w rneelve. In
The Twentl-, Century ('lub m this lity of the deth ofU Mrs Fllm
at the rNesidencer of Mr% W M Johnd beth ourlrnr. which woturrld a hbe
son Mon.da ..ftl.ro, at 3 oclock.. home in West Ham*n. ('oun, Flriday
with the president In the chair and of the past week
quite a nunier of ladles present. It"aed haa spent great deal f
The usual rotiflne of business wa her tim bher ad was ,** l w klow
nhe was the mother *nalaw at Mrs.
At roll call li.ul., rem-.m ed with orralor., formerly MIs, Calite NMasta
quotations from Thonnas Moore. tJhe ln. of O"aeville
Mrs. Cokloubth. ader for the after
noon. took charge of the mIeetng. S eogh a Priesner.
SBubjet for afternoa was 'The DeI~ tr lhertl O(o. W. UrItagtem
Schools and Coli*ege* of giand of Newberry was In the cty re .
After the literary prtiram was com day.
plted, the clutb sdjoma ed to me M Mr. UIritimp, an- t o brmg Joh
Ia regular sesrian with Mrs Dr. Crow Johbaem oiloed. who wa eoaeme 1iodt
Moldav aft.erntm., at 2 o'clock, ieb. JtKw Hiearw mm' roWt ai erL -r
mary to1 I'Ist:,A KrPOSRTIR ry ump a charge of assmal. sad
Se-------- esJotrbepcd to ln months idth "gY a N
A uarn4lne MnUemsrai. Johmnm Is now In )*11. a-d wll he

The 1'."Pti~ irt I'
len of flit s -it, .? .AntICI S11I with
a grea 4*I~ ." *e'*nre te %aheu%
,tine m~"lach ~h will be Ove
at the heiuH *It- aid Mr. 11
Uogu lt' 0 1' MOrtng o the 14ib

A rad tgi*' gcns-91ih 1. espOCg4d
Ia" Al al n bo of tob t117 1M artIr

AtI%*l te OPeraNOW
T at 4e1 6'W neagad w se

'AhW the Ken wa' vI uw pMrrw I
I a uwed 4)w at the sows wm'
h i M AL all woe atmdam eow.
wo Pjem- '"0 me pw. .l

mobhipb oomoaL m 4 ;i
00 oIs nm ol" moad m

Me.l, ,,gh .1~ i the SwQ1

Tie vwgahr m0041'eu. olf the Sch8oo
Pkardt svad LT. Ihar "C 4 OlY CoC
miaesaostrs .wee bhed Tesmb. fu
bntrds Was pres"nt 's b"t

Thee tcmmhdloeaie iir as.( amend.
lae amem Ada deds' w
ja atmdd e"

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Mee seems fa
G "Win ah




Miss Ousle Kialght ha returned to
her home i n Jackuonvllle. rter a
pleniant visit to Mrs. W. 8 P:rooiwe
in this city.
A. 1. McClenny, a c \- r youngg
uhluess an of Cadilla i- 11 the
city. having come on a co;l'tin'edl buul.
nes and plhaure trip.
IT. 8. Revenue Collector C' de-
Martlne baa returned from Lake City,
Live Oak, and other points in West
Florida on official business.
Dr. Clarence B. R troupe has return*
ed from Jacksonville, where he has
been for the past few days. le filled
the pulpit at Snyder Memorial church
Sunday night
Justice J. L. Stokes of Lt'rosse, one
of the most widely known iouing men
In his section of the county, was In
the city Tuesday. and m nrtol The Sin
an appreciated caU.
G. W. Perry. sexto na!' ct'rreen,
remeter), has been cotfl ntil to his
home for the past week I.' sickness.
It is hoped that he will bt .Ihl, to re-
sume his dutis In a few d.i\
Most disfiguring skin eruptioni.
acrofula, pimples, raihes, et-(. are due
to Impure blood. Burdock (iltoil lilt.
tersn s a cleansing blood tnier Makes
you clear-eyed, clear-braitied, clenpr-
Elmer McCreary, who l e. 1en co.i
fined to his bed for the I>;at seven
weeks with typhold fevi r. Is very
much better.i. IIa now ahlo to sit
up a short while each day iad rake
sold food.
A. D. Jernin and air1 are at
home, after a bridal tour extending
as far West as New Ot-l.nn.i Mr.
Jernigan was married to Mliss Nina
Maddox at Millgan a few davs ago.
They are receiving the oiigraitulat ions
of their friend.
Sawyer & Pane, lorits,. Jackaon-
vttle, have an advertlerne"rt in this
Issue to which the attention of our
readers is Invited. This firm. for
whom Robert MeCollaa is the local
agat have ehotoae et flowers daily.
and telrapli and mail orders re
ceive prompt attetia.
Mr. and Mr JW aby.. who have
been raedlam at 09 Aacbhu avenue
aL. have moved to 40 Wet Main
etret L. Dr. sad rm. Alderma
have moved late the hoase vacated
by Mr. and Mrs. Deby, while Mr.
Heid Cheam t s family arm ow
pleasantly located It the bens- vacst
ed by Dr. Alderman. 701 Alachua
avenue 3.
Mins elgler of CinctatlU, who has
ben the charming guest of Misses
Lotve and Addle Good. for the past
few weeks has returned to her hoe.
[She was aeompeanld as far as Jakt-
onville by Mli LAvie Oood.. Miss
el ktr 1 a youns lady of .eeUeet
diaporlUoa. very entertalininl and
made many frtedas anong the young
people berry.

Death of Mr. Fourter.

SCACHY mi Nis AIR.$NDP'4elNy F1I4$"
HORSE MHOW, b.e17 to 3-1 The Staudad
Stock Farm exhibit and 100 other honqeob eahbltlon.

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Bing, ut ljo to inMinn

Bottled CocA.Cola has this advantm*
drawn from a fountain-the every
absolutely right. Where every in
automatically meanwred out, there is so c
for carelesesnee b a clerk. Deicou1, it r
fiesb and invi rats and m IAM posibi daing morved"
strength without lom or hkh. arv R I e=
Isist on Crew vLabel a sm na to
LooK s8rOms YOU D11 MK

Take A Glance at the ~LASELI4

If uii n e w that o'N anything In c'oltl I)rI:tku pt up h

N'Wii wllay wangvr youir Iiet will fhit Ii's iit to drink. We own-
atw I 'olitrtl IlH' ri4, t r i i ghat l otf nuoiw w lrof daft (Wm I.hs "
motet im-limlma Mi rvItol, wlahi ie grivl for-w oregtgio Sad a
ol-wott drink u w ,hl, 4fino ,r Ale, Ivch Mellow, m Irom rI ,
Itottl4s ram t o pull r p itlit e nka, Have. Wad ow
,IIP 'trink, JAVK RL"014T? It'las lanmy-hlo te rlz oml".
0" )ro Il'ri"tnaull nr tebphoit-1 s 11%will rm.evivoPromupt attet".

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**.''* iredat styb& Ose. at GaSewus;ll

S i. Mc;C'KABAY ... U...taIo Md W.
JaSR E. HUNW ..............O. Ol!im r.
Y V. .PREWITT .. Stpt OopeWhteasooMN
i W. Sain street, a T soiouars 41e
TII. a . e=, ly a ry m al l nrr
SIstd to aby plrt of thr t iteld lta, poae o
beM, forfa a5 t pa"o IN Mostht (f OIrs O
atme"orso ontatr ie t r e see kestrrt 1

rsAdla notice I local coluaso cst a IlU
Irit Iamstion.r and om r foreas hddtlUta
2 4of 'or display advertlsing ade knows a
Stwicrtre-wek us ls s *t poIe, Ir.e
e. Im paper, pWublkWhe evo MoSde ad
wiurrt., mad m4"t* at "hS "o ef tie
-. ileI, late ad pWl, ad wlI be
.nd pol a f(ee, to m ay rnet ef ti USitdi
eo ofm r cma Idw for.o Lsmae a rdu .

-.- -
ANd 9 6AWl bills eeom dp ale at
of *4 eIitsmit, aness elWmi
f h. seuired to pay forr advtwmiee in to
,' 1: ---.- AdnM -pDn

S William 3, Curtr, writing to The
Shloso ReIord-IMal, says:
The most remarkaa nllroad ti the
S orld, which Hmrr M. rald is
I lilMtfg on oaoorpf arobe through
*0 ( bhlow waters o the ooesi- alog

eRI Nwut of N orPie, is s eto
tio for a distaeo of *lihty.oe
* ^e l to Kniht's Key,. and .rqu-er
Bal began runalr oer it oea the
aut. Through slppig care'will
Sprovided from NoW York and Chl.
Ai o, sad they ultimately will be ar-
*d Moro on fry fro hm Key W0t
s b H"va, atf Etheo edlktato tI
a ours. Thb e rIos tsr mrn t
hif dome, and, M present terwl
am. am at Knght's Ke hasu ll the ta
lse lfor bandlin th traso, Mr.
S edee Med to place the oa
Spite partioe n operMtib ad have
S hw the expee epw of mltmontme,
~ eas t, while rT iMndur of
f Is ished to Key Wet PnO
Ily 0 per ot o of p the costrno
't 4 work is d~e a. overytthi wtri
bi nMdy for Mthrgh trans to Havana
t the opstal fthe tourist e&iei
Sa winter.
saliht's Key, the premt teaminu
the Flagler system, I 10 milas
a ak of Miami, forty-.eveM a
at of K Wet sad11 t
of HlvnM. The road between
6 tlmil mad Knglht's Key Is bullt
SWentyetlht miletorup the mai land
S f Plald. and o ,lotroe miles aro
a. between foty-two keys. for
agI ly onehalf of the distanee th
tlmway track aIMees over the water
S e oonrete archee, whose foundalous
v' ast uain the bottom of the ea.

The fnrt twenty miles of the Itne
nura through the lCverglades ad
mtnilrove atamlnw. where thousands
^ of ton. of rock flillnl wa b halted la
> froom the oI('cnt and the Irade wua
m ole by two lanrte steam dredloe that
borrowed their own channels a they
moved aeloll, lone on either aide of
the rlaht of way. and Illted the earth
from the excavatiton upon the road-
k( bed to f(mu an embankment that Is
aow is Stlld as te earth It.ilf. In
this way two canal have beea ut,--
S *a on either side of the track through
the *vertladee. which a. a prete
l Uon to the track and will eerie au
hor uatful purpose In asthlag to
drain the manruove swape of blth'l.
( er Florida and make them habltaha.

At the town of lomestead, twenty.
eIg eht allet outh of Miami. the track
baT a the contlitu's of North A r'
h aad StArts uIlXn It wRY over the
0-@@. NIOVOteUn lullW P Oktih Of that
oinlt t racbhe Key lart\. Ihe larleat
of the key*, which is liftrn mate
tW anud from thi re umip from key
to by by UwaiOt of tnassar nmaoMry
ead e m nakmestp of en aet andd corl
otek. Is croeain the deeier cha -
ets several drawbridgeM have been
prolded to permit of the paaage of
*e els The lateraluta water be.
twaeW the forty-two keys varee on
width trun a few hadred feet to two
milte or mor and I depo from a
Ift Inche to thirty sft. The en
tLukoL.,nts are rti pped with rodk to
prvvrot was hii and are ndfea4 d by
pik atid eery' other'deTiles S toh
renagtn ri r.id tfleet to protect the
railay frrn the attekL of the water.
which Is KmetIme stirred Up it

ikoence by
he truck
Ih water, so l tl
Mgors In the rally F
i the windows of Pulhla ,ar
e and have. ar tu1
seshig Iow the AtlddtW" i
In a ale.
Some of the keys ar very
merely an acre or seo aNd.,t
been piled up by th ,ioi
water upon foundaUtio dt er
have been constructed. (br
arei by these wonder'l r tle
that set us all a ood eamle
tien and industry. On the A
side they have hard beaeb o
white sand bordered with grC
stately 0oo0eaUt trash which
wild everywhere In that latlttd
the western elot the bi IL
Into maanroree wasmoad th
lot of the larger ilads i u
dense mass of luxurlat tropla
atloo. These ltad < Ore ads
suited to fruit culture, and r.
Intends to coloalse them In tl
future. Bcept st a ew m
patches the soll has eer b
turned by culvaltar. The f
habtats have ma&l teir Hi
tie ishnlg trade ad ia es
sponges from the bottom of t
for. t* market 14 Key West.
of owr iet spoke come Irm I
calty, and ae eut tro the om
with curved calves Iasbeto $6
of bs poles. lt early 416
habtrbleo aeys were a'di
wrfokes, who, li rd paseh
apon- the shoals by treadmer
*ite and Idft ,tedl them a
l belpnles. t orrfble soia a
of the cnepe of tho "copeb

m o Ma nt an intow OaW

a an llle, has stlma am j
(' alHeh a t ls i4 o sx lighi
wMas.4 aloe the asbo is b
k i and Key West.
On ae of the keys are ma
V0,040 Vontr of Tan

plta and arasites
themn. he Aso and aiHaste r
daUly adapted to paeapoples, i
and 11me, a several piasir
already started small plaintao
thut the reload will fursh
of transporatl o market,
the Istaabtanta of the key hav
irelw depedint aupo the
sailboats, bat there wants ae ft
both Key Weot and Miaml a
In oldes.

of h0 at OY C r iray
has a safe ad almost land
harba rade by the owUlytOa ra
bs kse d r.U a ro amel fro
oeas. yl i at vA i u a twes
reasn. to come aloe iade a
whith Mr. Plaer has cnst
Ib3,0 fet southwest of te key
railway tatu pass over a trar
run algwMoe steamers which
up their passengers ad carr
on to Havana.
pertm who bave studled t
of costruetlao consider It one
most remarkable pilees of en
Iang of modern time. It was be
1901, and has satce been carr
without coratrts under the di
of J. 0. Meredith. an Iowa
was educated at the State Agri
al College at Ame and afterwai
a course civil ealneertang a
ens lIntitute. Hoboken. N J. Ii
weat Into river and harbor
uader the army eagloers, maal
coastrtact the eat ltdge ov
Missourt at Kansa CUI, anudi
aged ft a time harbor In
meant and Io bulldita docks at
Co. Mekleqa saUl Mrlagter
him tI 104 and placed him ta
of the great wok whkh he hi
nearly accomplished. Nearly
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Beware of OIntmetto fer Catan
Contain Morsury.
As mercury will rarely destr
eof sell and complete
rae t whole system wLeM ei
It through Uthe maus rfare.
artklee soid never be oed
oa preecipties from re n table
clura as the damege they I
Ist told to the agod you e
ibli dve tnu trnm the m. I

thb ( ure. manuactured by F J.
Chesy A Co. Totedo 0.. contaIn no
meroury, and It is takes lnternally.
actila dl~-rtly upoa the blood ad
moatw surface of the system. I 1
buyta Hal's Catabrrh Cre be rea
you et the g easute it i take i-
terNallty ad made In Tldod Ohk by:
P. J. Chmery Oa TU.lmmal frew
old by drudista. Prioc. Tc per'

Tae MaeI arMy PIUb ar ese*l

A 's -asesta sts 1i -e '. '.. I
come e State Agricltitaml Cos
i le4ge e and the r i rnclde C.'B.
Wt WilWeL A. A Ralney, J. H. Gatley and
Sin tso Brnest Cone of Dee Molnes; CO M.
nity of lnntey and John nte of SIoUx City;
S.ooks I. O0aW dl Wahlngton, 10. 8. F r. B
lumaon a Brlllgton, 0. 0 Frot of
Cleor La"e 0. B. Curtis of Redfild,. IJ
small, C. IB. Wbo of Cherokee and others.
bat Anoth1er extraordinary feature of
of the t enterpr Itis that It bs been paid
%l that for by ooe la., Aud he hasn't had
h the to borrow a dollar. Yet portiaos of
lasects the track e't $500,000 a mile. The
In pfr ~Est, 00@ railroad of FlorMa, of
atiic wbh t j an extension, I owned ex-
S elrvely Wr by Henry M. aPlaler of the
Dvo of BtMjad Oi Company, who Is count-
Iaw ed a "m of the six richest men In
ie. On the wou. He owns over 700 miles
dr of railway, ad will soon have 800
3 AtP mla. se owns rteamship lines and
sa bWIs b hotels, and has about 15.000
lv ~aM Ma S lla payroll, inclodlnl 4,000
d Wl Iborws liaed atIn the construction l T
Magl r of tlfo Vearkale road alroe the
Sear hey. Itep.ompletlon wll round outC.
attled M Pl yls plans for the develop
dit atet of4he ast Coast of riorlda, lain I gWasi -s
w ISa whlh he hUs spent twenty-three years
rie Il of labor n more than $100000.00. 5 wi
thola Mr, RotofHeler. his life parther In the a sh- e gtP 1
hea W o imal rs business at Cleveland, d *l giet
0 -and ateward In the Standard Oil n 48 k
tht l. Cormpauny, gives generosy of his. III. OVE35eRR OZE&0 @
1 k Or great Welth for educational purposes; BA ARD SNOW LIME
*10 md Mr. Canegle founds lIbraren, but Mr. T8L0 ULm S A&
the 1 Plasle who ha a practical and om
b. by mrel alm d, has devoted his ability
veola and his mewss to to the material do.
s tbla velopsmet of a State which was a
a they mot as pri ltivu a a wilderne ss M. JpOit o. 1T
e told when he ert came teo orida. 1o
s," s He told ae last spring that the Idea
SBut of beldlta a railroad along the coral
44is Ia keldo to ey WWet and sending | n T n
erthrMa e.h uelng. cars from Chi ago
AdoMe0 ad New York to Havana came Into
oue his aind one afternoon in 1898, when '
etwoea be was rflecting upon the possible
eonoequ, Is of the Spanlsh-American FETIVE rOVEMBET 10, 190.
hogewy lar and the independeloe (o Cuba.
1e, a knowing the extraordinary ferbltty of Leave Gaineaville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
S aI B fwleed, and its possible capacity cal point South... ................. ... 1:0: 8am
Wespe (t ed on Page PI T.) Returning, arive Gainesville ................ 4:25 p n
uam Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Palatka,
a aow Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 p m
rmea .Bi Returning, arrive Gaiesville .... ......... 9:20 p m

h been Jk Ctleir, st'o p. L E.* B irkr Telpo M'r.
wr ao

r ^^H' IUrf GIA RIIhY i GuifthD Mo.

lmob" yo INo.e INo.e
et ad nsD a s ea STATIONS L O Osy Baa a
SM S F p mN
m thea PM 7
S*** Leave ArFTIve Anlrve A.Ave Anti*
t* Ar A af so ..... ..UTve Oak....... 4r l 3 50 a
Lv 4 ..i Dow nePark..... Ar Ar4
.The n is Mighr U sM <: o I a( o
e d Than a fire-engine when your A AI aM ns t s he ve O a I a
h pik it"" *Osr hows Pa t rl *or in .tdho' 1 Pere 0 aFe Ma s
thee house is on ire, because it in- .* Ie b. 0 o ea o S. er..

Sor stantoly secures the entire valueA GeA SoVANNA. OA PMD nsv A *-
of the of your home-that is, when

gan in yOur nlame is penned upon a
ed o strong policy for Q 7 AAD

rd took
t 8tev. In thU tst of crmpahl. Winter wia Air Line Railway
Ie then are sple work about yosr home?t II an in safty, this
Mted to ofke wiln at once lirse iton eimpt of
r the a line froi you. THINK. SAVANNAH, COLUMblA, CAMDEN, 80U
ha now lbsh

al el of ae e a U
t- _ll_- N* ." al r& Three Elegant Trains Diy:
r9 that
*Sh .reMlI dr.n.lma Eupe

will d I -
" Modern Pullman Equipment
a' s Orr i I

0 oik-o

The SAOARD SlmDAr UMITED-oI-d Palma ---
trams2 L Angu Od Wsnea b r New iTok *v am a"d
WsMhlas g. =Di (&,om ba)satD) servile; al 5i0
s1p:5 am e matd ad Obaervedea LW US
I e: i fth atso =a IN:larM p v e", ,am owAs",
P .r AILLOrIMAlia lpr r allepe Sma W 0

SU~PID 0. WYL:m JA, *i
w. C. MVL~~~roil>M ~ A^ MiW9lt a,~rM~

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S-Th re 1 ; i.
friene.os ]Leir
an l th, .r , p,,. ,,1 .,
tastli.s tor f1ifb to adver- dtT. h 'i... t , i. l.
teethe L P lk y i iii .i
The TPg V.(t' opened yes- d nio.
rtdaY. O *iwasi giresert at kll,,I Ic) 1 hr. lrce uo. n
Son rib Medical iiuuq It ii ,
*t openings I I s, trp ll 'r fOlt.i aIu i iu i

tapt. Wlli A P. -J lan, a resl- g rl, yatus hi,l e,, Ir l, r1-e
&at of Lskso M ko afty-odd years, .liird Th ere i mu14-t n,,i.. r ...- ..r
died at his L a that clty. Sulnday t Illt, In tIn lisr.l ,,l tillt .
be' foliid ic it i.i. rrii- t l. ,ii
alght. Oirli'e en l a air trial fiir ,ii il aN
or for I liver aind lih)wld atlo titli, it -'-
to Tatllaferro has se.- rit 'viratie-' u hilltllps src srn 1iiiI t; ;
h,'ice it hisi h l rv it id adi grt t Ain I ii fp-
sed the Ai bill akinig an tihlr favor, while t marn-es of q i~ mni orl u
propriltC 0 for a fish cul. article t have sin ld lv l'shtiilo f\itr
aofor i brief period d and theiicla MlxU ish oll
are stato Johns river. 'for ntotltn. an u w
for a torpid Ilvo r with it attndiant
indigestion, d)y.pr is hediallic, 1, .r-
John Ic"t a ,the veteran fire haps diuzin ls. fol br.ltlh, 1:it onilvtd
of Ja i. dropped dead .onIue,a with blitbr lts... ,f ilill.it
Swith dhtress af ter etLtitli, le'rvtcllicip.
a run MomyWa Iooranlu. He has; and debility. nothing 1, n ,,itslHi. iDr.
in active s ryice for eleven Piere's tilden .yMedl al Il.,a ,F or\t It's
an hoeite, ecti ilrstre.-del iine e ith all
Its Ingredients pricited c titin it
S-no seerett, no lesi'i.e'..li himn ,
i k ?ieegoatly convicted of therefore don't riepj a(I .utl,.itwtc, tihat
"nruldn thousand dollars the dealer may inrwibiv nlilki ukea little big-
ger pr tflt. hiit oei )otilr right to hive
0e flisabM Air Line railway whatyou call fPr.
) lbt at ll City. has bec~n Dono bou Dr. Pierce's Favorite PreIcrl-
Saot City, has bee tng t to prc\, ,i "cllcreallI. t
to Ilv years In the convict is only advised for r onain. et i. iic aill-
ments. It make weak waton, n -t ronl and
.. sick women well. Less adt\iertiod than
lsotlm preparation ihulti (fir like. pirlmfilI,
P0 arr phosphate property, near K sterling curative' virtti..till
*has chan goed hands. The its po,4tion in the frrit riinks. where itt
stood over two tdeet'll,. cwii, Ai an In.
Spaid nl' the transaction was viloratlngl t.,ni. iniel 'triiLtl'i la,.gi.nrv.
'Afa A A aMw loaDpsay will be or- Ine It Is unequnltd. It 1,oi.i't sutnf) thI)e
who want IkleL," Ifor the-re Is not a drop
li-i at Oaoe and a plant for nlin- iof alcohol hi It.
g. wUl be Pqt up without delay. Dr. Pierce's Pieuant Pellets. Iher onrifg
'rant Lijttle I. ver P1111.., it hliwirh itili, frlt
. .= pill of thbIr kind li h th ln;irki. stII ad.
Thrg ears a nd when once tril ;ir r %-i ,. ?r ;lItr rd
l Iog Wil ow runnllng oiIn favor,. Easy hi hl ,ta &t 1ell,'l ctnt, -ll
tI "ldft Iga O t railway from three a dois mlub l itliitfitl Lbult rfier
ftl li.. Ili.lii WPow* h.. m V_ IltWaudlW

w an siam Key. T cc
Ni 4i the vidWits Is made In th
by tftd, so l0 t all passengers ma
tav the pleasure of seeing th

The redemaoe o Mrs. Oscar lerry
14 ates Itr In Key West, wa
4troyed by Ie recently. Mrs. tie
Ia wu ooklg sad the gasoline tan
bok Aie, the in spreading rapl
I. While trytoi to smother th
ues se r eceivedd some severe burn
- the hadls.'

hlipmenat of AGh on ece from thi
pert for the week ending Tuesda
alght asagotod to three carloads i
blk and 1M brrels, aggregating 103,
3I poWad. T3l$ las jut little ovec
one-third of wsa( the average week
shipments at thi lason should be-
funta Gorda Remal.

The infant oh4 of Mr. and Mrs
earnest Habbai of t. Augustine s-
Oured potash la IOme way and drank
i, dying in a few ours. The child
was left by it Iother with a negro
girl while sah west aross to a neigh
bor'. She ws only gone a few
Minutes. The eg rorefused to tell
Low the child ot the poison.

Mrs. J. A. Shw lost her chatelaine
bag overboard at the pier on the beach


U--I-R MWll -

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(Continnd from Hago0 Four )
Sfor the production of snugr: corire and
other tropical staples, he foir,-al.\ a rfu
ture development that w.ahlj furnish
bu lness for tranlportatM ,,i I:.es far
beyond anything that hadl '(et been
Irealized. He saw that th, ilproduiet of
S'uba would be dlstrlbut.dl 'thriouhout
the entire reao of the 1'iit'd states,
and that the development o(f It.s ltur-
al resources would attract ; nilioiiq of
capital, mllllons of labor r- a.:il hun-
dreds of thousands of 'etI'rprising
This Iimiltratlon woull cri.ate an,
extensive market. Cuba tilr.;iadv bIuy
more than $100,000,000 ,!rth of for-
elgn merchandise ever 'ear an.d
about half of it Is shipp ,I roml the
United States. The lslannl is capable
of supporting at least ttn. iiand Irob-
ably 12,000.000 of Inbabltat-. andit Mr.
Flagler believes that unthit.'ely it will
have several imes the present poipula.
tion. It also occurred to lim. In addi-
tion to the commercial adal\ntlaxes
that would follow the imiaterlil de-
velopment of Cuba, a rallk ) .Ito Key
West would be of suprenlm strategic
Importance to the Governnment of the
United Btates. which has a-i.utlied the
responsiblllty of proservlln the peace
and protecting the forelvn population
and property In that turbuleant new rt.
public. * *
Thee thoughts ocaupldt Mr Flag-
ler's mind for several wck-4 Tlhen
he sent for J. R. Parrott, th general
manager of his railway symrt,', annd
his right arm in all his Florlhid enllr.
prlme. and directed that muir\s)-n tIw

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No other disease causes such wide-sprc;ul sfufflcrl u.
Sa nerve racking torture, and so thoroughly does it
when it hbcwones entrenched in thi bloil. that its victim Iru t*
lete slav,'s to pain. Rhenutatism s due to an excssa 0f .
obl. brought on by stomach troubles, weak kidnet'y, I
sloggislh coalition of the system. The natural refuse of the i 4
of pgI.sing oil through the ordinary channels of waste. Is lft to
ermenit in the syvsteta because of thee irregularatit forni nlIg W
which is ih.,Oi lbed into the blood, and Rheuantiusm Rgets foothold. As
blood cirenuiatls through the loly it deplits the acrid, irTitatl
stances with which it is., sturated, into the ciilerent nusclSA, servu, t
and l .wnes. Slharp, hitting pains commence, the flesh becomes f
swollen and tender, the ntluicles and joints throb and erk, and thebodp
is literally racked with pain. Plraters, blistcrs, linimentS, etc., can M r
cure the disease:; they rtlkWe the paina pO
hap<', temporarily, but 4o aft reach th
trouble, which i in the blood. 5. 8. .i the
rmrper treatment for Rhelrtlm It goo
s t s down and attack the diseaselaIt f I d a-
by driving out the poise o dl e~rid dr"
PURELY VEGETABLE which are causing tnh pai. O *tmla tk-
Ing anti enriching the Mlood, tSn RhlUHII
tism permanently. S. S. .is the IIlatest of alll hlood puritneri. ust whl
Is needed in evrrv case of Rheuniti6m. Book on Itheumatirom 4 o7
medical advice free. THE SWIFT lSPlCIO CO., ATLT A, OIA.
e~. I I I I II I_ - -- =9

We Are Now Rey Widk On



e ------- ---- pren *i u un W au\ r'Ci %io P a
y Sunday and It 'was isescueld by Fire made to determine whether a railway en Women
le Chief Oscar Cheathrnl. who agled for ooulde built across the ke,. 'ng il.
It with a fish piole' aild Ine H made neers were employed with thie anie
several cast and was ait lait success- promptness that characterized all of
Y, ful in hookini the IbK nh Rd deftly his undertakings, and. after two or
is landing It on the Iil'r Tillhe bag con- three years they made a faioruniil rre- C IlOIn
r- tallied quite a sum i of lmoneyl and arti- port and traced the route that is now
k cles of value ia111i rs Shaw is de- being followed along the coral forma.
dI lighted at Its rc ,'o \cry -Tropical Sun, tlon south of the Up end r F lorida.
i -known there was a great deal of die and F ui
BRIEF DISPATCHES. nestlon In the daily nei smpapers and
-the profeN kIal ournals concerning
s Judge John M Stuart, aged sixty- the feadbllity of the project. and some Orders by Mail Are Care
y three ears. a ptr)minent lawyer ad llemtonent authorittee advlis him to un-
n democratic politician, died st his bon dertak te otltreitila of a railway
,. at St. ,Joseh. Mo, Monday night, lane to NMa or to the lmM or to my A Compllet Clatalou CO'
r Miro Delamatto, for several yers a o thr 1d paice that was beyaod the
y well known grand opera tnor, a lg reach of hmll endqtOir i s Hs fath i Sent Free U
- recently manager of a theater la Cli. Was t ot disturbed hin stllbt st
cago, died of pneunionIp Truleday. doera. He beAah aiuv m ore d
Othnlel P. Nichol,. aa seinent elvl termined. He seat ftori .. Psrrott
engineer, died of apoplexy at his hoB o one day and mai: ,. B
SIn Brooklyn. Mr. Nhtbols eoatret. "Can t mat rad b buit' Bg e I
. ed several railroads In Peru and Br- "it can," aid Mr' PIrrotL
i zil In the early seventles. "Thee so abhed and balid It"
d A bill appropriatlng $(J.54,000 orr Thoes were all the orders Mr Par.
- famine relief. In addition to the rott ever got. He ha twn aintasl oted n
. already voted by the Duma for this In carrying out the novel bein i by
purpose hal hor.n submitted t the I. T. Do l, te general superinend
cabinet and on .11t br, introduced ent; J. P. I.c.wlth, the. tramk maa.a it was lot only mrssary to bring all1
in the lDAim.
S the iutalia.n chsmrf b er; Third Vie--Pre ti J. P. In the' w.rkmen frnm dtllant soures of
Them Italian chiml.l r of n dprler (Iblhs gr of the agll.'r yllem. id supplylY, hot they must he. khadld I*ld
reumed It* ses.i-n ITremier Ololit. m- an of a o rtt l)rfed In Mas" fcartini ilorit#triv.ia
to voiced the rmralll;hi of the Italian m any other a le ts~rdiat*r. II ltech wetre a ichl n d fIm rni llce l
government arnl ite pe',-Iole for the y. reon of their energy the trark lha ce 1a the w.or hror te r
SaI family of I'Pr-nrtl ;inI the Port. not only been eonlstrulld In a nan ll a the wrk jrnr.iel
llep pe ilie ;rnl -I .l the messages ner that rchllenge (bthe ,;dnliratilo (,l o hi t they Ied ited iut e
o ctndolnltce .t !. !* wit be-iln seat to every engineer. but the. wcrk Is now hrligh r tr.
atl tof the aunstrucathu I t.naletrl es
I.AJion mort than a year In antan.o of Mr al f th ma e
lPrrott's predictions. ti,, r Mlaller elpt the -"lral rlek tuat was dre'dl.ei
Even from the Mountalns It O nisl u hi garoutI tit of th' b, tehmn uof the i4 lmoiit btie
iallard' Sn I.!Ii',,0.1t i praised that no vnetrartlir io,,Id usnd.rtahk. *'rlt'sorte a k lri ditasie.
for the Iowml Ir .1i..- A .ur.' cure fnr the job In several r. 'ret if0 *4 Th.. mmen imptirlalt .iitt .o.I ratio
rbeunlatl.n i .c ,ill ;- ,Iri right W diPCult than he ta raI easCal te' , ti wok pvIer salttentil, il I f umad il
giving. (rarn iin i .on i eri ('1 writes: - f. vIt. adu(s a that sip It,.* e.rl-r anid
"I used ltallar-l ll w IJlilmr last lmoart t ApogI4 waters ,( hth ,tipoan
winter for rh-iurinali-r: lanid can recirw NNAPPIN PLLt of t t oI f
iueond It aa 'h-. I,,.. I.-itment on th1e 0 arrbc of Ifty and istly fto re rsnlero,
market. tih t "t tt. m. T was "M J t & and 121 clrs. m blng a ti:'itl diet-Ac'e'
2I t Wi=Wee ad t wei tWlia' e Xtfy eIn weepsad wl 'fuA 4 f Iit 444 SI fe tbwe.ci ibt In4Iat
taken dowin ft t', tri -tule, Ittit b entel I b imb s f st Alr t lr s too t
would I,, w,.-i b I'er*. I' could g( IsiWat tesl it have I btmo tai sad lat tl prieging Hhe frotn Iwao Key
about. ht ) .a, ;,r' lK i"ur UIJulmelt t IN" lWi tin gat.r- toip Mf#N to (JO s Key. TlheI tareli I.ld. l and
sver .. th night, I was s thrOO ll ml4 (Ithe L are will ruan thirltmne feet ellrv
+e .t r'r th,. 111,11ht. Iwt w 0i e sotl we Shll e tt.i It lbe I
about in 4. iu'- i-1 l well In thrn see s w o the *tlanM of l to llo, Ii hth W ate. here the dr pth aries
tday' S' V- w "m Johnlat i Nes lNort"r is ham Wss frlMe thlerta. to twrtit f, ot with a
I- ge tes satet.l This is he ai 1W4 rs"Isi M rfr aisw an bLer In'
one wsdeC Iu s tis' i tt o 'st shat h t U sf this dert s.-
ent.r.'s ao n -ed to rire. r attsaM t-e lw l *i .nge i l tihas ibt bo trtotwi t tklde vildlt $144,
f.,., s. ,. '.: A an oetwe Is i t h i.ote ie e, of lno ihr do. barrels of eClsnl were is-l., 177,
osf *'h e-. *" '- r two lttolotanl 1. 11 11 t w gI s a W s o reble yarl s oif rum hd l t l .
Sd. n '* -t s a duty at the IN ni peas nw4 i S Il oo lr laSr4 e0 -r o. 7me
ar-.-',. ,-. 'r ralr i Wtfo Ir W14 M eC i V ,as e l eNk WIr Wa r f steel l retsflrerlil ranl. 141il:w
Tu t '- ra. ,. *i')'. f" semlalts Ny er5usi 1 n1e be W lai. rm i by l vey l t a o ptti n ad Wi 3t4 , tefwt
to frle "'' UO'L. I all diMr I tI~ii d ti i to "liasm
toe e s *ms e e erWs. ?- Do.- "'14 dtt.t*d lestet f rew arh former
jt r '. t "** C -rjty ot the GMt i M" hem.* i Bses* l 1will gt'.- a iWdes of the1
a" Two -4 II sek sead a U A |hailt(4 of' the r *. w l n l4 tIIdi
o r d pt or &ad *a 9 Co. Si A t ha

ress, rw'III* 'ol- ''* oith A' fJo*-
A 11O D ar.y Imeo,1ting at I4 gtigs Kr aIt
,..,. ,T,1 S -, S ,1 ~list e r 111 S1 ta1 9 4.1 a n SSI ae
we es ~: 'siate at~l Bda.**r tue 5fsor a"e shhOad Hrketeav
t. *'' ., V-ia.1 ,tata 4 uhe K I'et b frs i w the as $) o this
t r. .. iT oVr-01 *WG N 2 I Taw Mif Ib) ZA ,. ,
... , ,,* ,. +. V1rgll. t of -- I "" I w K- v'o<( ^r<, (a -1 o (Ne

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i and ChiMlrn's

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fully mld Promptly FIll.d,

verln All Our LIes Will II
Ipon Requst.

BRO. & CO.,

lah, Ga.


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Roeto1, 4 T. Pb. 5.-KII III.
ovierror died Monday #4 ofe40 of
193 "a road l Ibms aulusme or
badt shitio 'rwaeolsiame of ASO.,#

tOe wa ruclS..
We live is bast 119s Ibelow IWsb 46"
11 wK be rr emm r sew~ )awmb,
Miss r No Non e

Miss N. Norlon

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I'-. ,,

'' ATlTA,

eIarly Double Attendaooe d
: / TYear on Openilg


Great Showingl of tat Reureow
seing Madoe- om of et Attrs
S tlons In COoerS'y a6s9r-or
Raing WIN b Leang feature.
SOpeel 0it0ii osMe Te Dr DlS.
'TMPa IP 6roeb. .-,With nearly
Stwle t oh raUtea recorded o the
r Oledi 4ay of former fa rs, several
S MO 'd visitors from other Statee
b' ,. i c aLded, Governor N. B. Brow-
Y d, aoompaaled by his omecal staff,
R formally opened the third annual Flor
da State Pair at Tampa at the noon
o a today. Contrary to the usual
state of affairs, every department of

peetion of visitors. Even those who
have attended former suceeasfu fairs
,' Tamps expressed themselves as
S mased with the grandeur of the preo
et fair, and particularly has this been
; the ease with thhe tousands of visitors
' d from other States who are onstantly
pouring through the big fair gates.
By the time the fair closes at mid.
S night hour af February 22nd all reo-
ords of attendaooe made by Southern
State faie will have been smashed.
As an Illustratlon of the attractive-
ones of the fair, fully twenty of Flor-
Ida's richest countless are represented
I the nine big exhibition buildings,
ovry section of the Itate lbein rep.
created in the agricultural, live stookL
educational, Industrlal and other do.
apartments. The products exhibited
ae nothing short of wonderful in
their volume, quality and variety.
The atnusement attractions are of
a character that has amased all who
have attended. With a total of 00
of the fastest running hbori la the
oountry tn attendance, the great six-
toad4ay race mootlan, commenced
uader the ausploes of the Americas
Tu Assooiation, and in charge i
oilers of same, is provinl a prad
Bsosm. The gretest lernational
wtonl tormaasuat. wM&ch will lat
4 t days, will also proe a magla.
S eat drawmi card. Thouunds ar
S llarIn at the magallaost aets of
Sta great opelal idroue and hippo.
dfGomo aoaold br lihtose day at a
Set of 361 HOerae B. WIM's
world-famou airship "lagle." I wMhic
he makes daily dlghts over and about
the city, Is also attratUgll grat at
teatlon, and the msae is the cas
witth e grtat ap*otacular produtio
of the naval battle of the Mmactor aad
Merrimae, Irou clads of the Civil War,
sad other magnifnent shows. Abseo
lutely nothing of an Immoral or of-
fensive nature in on the grounds. upon
and near whiuh the sale of Intoxl-
cants Is positively prohibited by the

$nlay lSi others ci au
ooswtipatng, "Pod* .oll 0"all-
talrnlagepateg Kridm!%IM~e
Oomgb Syrup m""T, boes


Coujh S iru

"A Cold or a Cougbneudlytlw
produce comodpatioo-tb water &
ru to t oo nos mad thr atb
sted of ps"sg out of tihn sytm
throuh the Ier and kidy Fa
want of moistun the bowels beoa
dry and brd."
Kennedy' Laz eve Cough Sy
relloe Colds by worklal thmg e
of th system through a eopie
atioe of the bowels





CRE FO to NA1 t r




Fair Aociatlon and city authoritle.
Although the attendance has been
larger than expected, the crowds are
being cared for In excellent manner,
and at reasonable rates. The Bureau
of Information established by the Fair
Assodlal is Iprepared to house 10,-
000 people daily even without the aid
of the big hotel, which am accommo.
dating hundreds at low rptes. During
the far many of the most famous
Amerlcan and foreign tateamen, 'In-
clua4lt governors and foreign am-
basadre at Washlngton. will visit
the city, and unprecedeted ucceso is
assured In -'*vry line.
All Flrliadlan are ured to attead
the fair, in honor of which very low
rates ar betin given by the ralroads.

lasdoa, Oat.. eb. 5.- James Ht
wiek, as aged reldest of MUilmr
towas"lp. Meoay ordered hs wife
with a better Allte whIlle Ime sa
then wet half l ad to a neib~ r to
abor he told Mis erime. Lafir the
body was discovered an Hartwtolq
was arrested.

If you haven't the time to exerolae
regularly, Doan'i ReIlets will preo
vent Coastlpaton. They Induce a
ild, easy, healthful actlo4 of the
bowels without gripiln. Ask your
drulvsit for them. 23o.

Whiskey of Merit
- - ,n

T HAT is the only kind we ever distilled sad
ld. That is why our whikies sll over and
over to the customer who was ati ied wth the
first order-and condnus so-that s why we enoy
the confidence of thousads.
Whimrla either pure or something ee We
W aelet l Ge rain carefully; use only pure water;
age to fu maturity In our own warehou ad lan.
sist that our whiskies reach the customer ri al
packages. This e protects us otct the customer
safeguards our, goods from invidious adtlteMto
by middlemen.
Our whiskis have no equal for use In the'ack
room, being wholesome and tonicy to weuk stom
achs; they tre the bbat to serve our fr t
will appreciate their purity d Oy er rIc
meDB)w flavor. The nartl vim and vior of the
CoNr and Rye is concentrated in pue Uluid fora
Sl each of the following brands:
A pur U Qurt d tea&ss

rum a nIt rks e s *. s s Pu1rPe 0 .. .e . .I
Oa md Fsem .m . .. Gees * * * .

The Swift Creek Distilling Co.

*M We -a -ft'rs Rt,*

t', ,,'

i!l0ni, mire W-1
VS. 4ini iftywouended In x
A w sh te rm is one of woman's 'worst affliction. It awys leaves
la S ~ a rHd, you weaker, and is sure to shorten your re and make
u~eo-. ,,. o .ke h Berr bid.
ce im. a.s e ONe I your beauty fade. To stop pain take Wine of dardui and
Now.i I; n i0pl enwu nl
M1 se i ale Ino. o l It will help to relieve your misery, regulate our func-
taa a rench "amS. -
: ColoneI Boeo rd., tlons, make you well, beautiful and song. It is a re-
wa attached by a vast borde '
f uaeti ac s to e uto." liable remedy for dragging down pains, backache, head-
rs pu.nI ing theo ,h
I m a ib of Moo U ache, nervousness, Irritability, sleeplessness, dizziness,
of t o e ( lls sad
uS t a. reach co- fainting spells, and saimlar troubles. A safe and efficient
ght t low" Whjch
S t roo ti~he elmy na*y medicine for all women's pains and sickness.
,awg .,toW-Y Ice. Tb. dead
U101' 11 ea t lIa. eof r/ Mrs. J. L Broadhead of Clanton, Ala. writes; "I have
W 'is lmtuurs, r o privates
oS' 9 1, 'to/ used Cardul for my disease, which was one peculiar to

S9aoe .r Ukt women, and it has completely cured me."

'Twr KIlfg oe T Decided by Pi L WINE Aoyd
Swperler Court. VM A e znp
or am VOW- WINE
ROe, Go., Pob. S.-Pollowing tbe V a6 |e P6 H -v-I
gentrDaao of the Mitchell murdLerd W F
a thfloyd superior court took up OFM .
oaday another homicide trial, that
of Jaok BMrin a young employee
of thoe Sother railway, who ahot hi
yellow eoaloywe, Blake Patterson,
throuhil. ~ he rt, causing Instant

Te killln took place Nov. 16.TH H CO
Straw L la s 1i lla sinceha. Jacksonville, Florida
ThTqltrl wu a" to be over a girl.
The jr was soouret just as the The Bit Known and Largest Liquor House 1 the State.
court tooI a soon rece. ,
There Is a long list of witnesses, Theo Price Do Not Include Ex- Those Price Include express Charges.
sad it will ake several days tp try press Charge. If you want is to pre- 4 qts 12 qt.
the cOWl easing a delay In the Mitch- pay add as follow: 1 gal 50c, 2 gal. Forrest Lawn Rye...... $.75 6 S.$
ell ase to the latter part of the week. 76, 8 gal. 900, 4 gql. $1. I Beechland Rye ........ 2.76 8.00
I Per Gallon Glen Lily ........ 8.30 9. 0
OUT RN LAGU UMPIRES. Extra tar Rye ...........$1.50 Jim Bk Rye....4.00 10
ExIelslor Rye ............... 1.71 Jm B er Rye...... .
s. Mas Announc. Reden Rye ................ .00 Woodford County ..... 4.60 1o.i*
Pr, K Magh Mke Announce. astland Rye ................ 2.26 Rose Valley .......... 5.00 12.00
mat for kA en. Maryland Monogram............ 2.60 Echo springs .......... .
Uttle IBot. AA., Feb. .-Pre-I- Roeo VAley .................. 8.00 Harper.........
death W. M. Kravauh b hasannouand Echo Bprings ............... 3.60 I W. Hrper .......... .
the outhwes 1leg uaspire for thL I. W. Harper ................. 3.50 Live Oak .............. 6.00
eon eai. Ty wU b W. D. Sola ..................... 4.00 Lewis' '66 ............. 5.00
Canter l O Th Palae, D J. Slk Vselv et .............. 5.00 Hunter ................ 6.00
Calpeststa PIeaat0 rD.J. ts Malt Whlskey .............$2 to 4.00 Canadian Club....... 5.00
eag a4J. B. OSrto. Georgia Corn ................. 1.60 anadn Club......... .00
arpeatr Is a lomer outor Teanessee Corn ................ 00 Uane spring (bottled in
L Msoe aiopro, returnla aftr eh. North COroliu Corn............. .. .0 bond.) ............... 5.00
ral year io thSot Ntlonal oL1OM. SUo01 ........ ..... .00 J. B. Pepper............ 6.00
ite ahoov. Towm o .N........................l .10 Duey'i Malt......... 4.00
mesa Is mthe oueta stes mltgue Holla d ............L to er.00
Sad O Brko from the New aaland Coguse, Pfealld Aproot, Laurel Valley Corn..... J
LOWs. __ Blakbrlry al Bran- Stone Mountat C ora... 4.00
g doie ................ .....0 to 3.00 Gopher Gln Tonle...... 4.0
A titIh in Time Port Sherry, Catawaba asd Black- Devil's Island Oin..... 4.00
.ill -i.W a a ill a bttl a on berry Wibt ............$1to .0 inhosphat......... ....

. 'as BMoro W gad Syrap always
Ot head ave many a spell of
lobaeso A are ure for coghs,
Aeso birooeMtis d bwooplng cogh.
Mrs. .---, Ho Sprigs Ark., writes:
"I keep a b~e of Balla'sr Here-
baond Byrnup my mediine chest,
sad hank my f oethout many ties.
It bh prevented masy-aevere spells
d pr tneas." SI by W. M. Johanon.

tmare Cheked with loo.
New Tort, eb. 5.--or the r&t
tUae Ulths ar, lee laterefored w
*vglatid Moa.. Rlason river
trsbn had oo~ mrable trouble wit
ISmatim eo and ealir trip* were ee
gMide y lngthemse oa accoamt af It.
TI ae a Mlamapols was two hea
getting tato hr slip. which h I t
been oceupled &r several ldays aa
it w h the ice was packed. t took
at tag to Inret the *straer Wl e
aoe ould put a gasa plas asr o.

onet Put Of

Until tomorrow what you can do to-
day. It you are suferinl from a
trpid Uvr. or costlpatkl. don't wat
mati tomorrow to vt help. Buy a
botte of Hrblte and et that liver
working right Promptness about
health savel aa sick spells. Mrs.
Ida Oreeham. Point, Te.. writes: -I
Sld Herbine I my family for six
yar and and It dose all It claims
to do." Sd by W. M.Johaoww.
*Tea aboul tiy to be a little ees
emertiv my d4a. Riemwber. 'the
meek sall ef I t the earth.
hb. yes; I dae ay they wll-wbhe
the others bave die with it"-Lo
don OtlntaM.

Jo~v* rv sot Me prepetty of the itet

A may~

ftuuld be mw In toheI h am a
sIl be It Yom i t" It s (am
Terati use th c m womed
osho d to subsSa busaaft Thi
meY I s hesrt th 1W-- 81
bMme o atl h&helA. hLA Me
Iuh ekildrS O N 9 &Lwa sub"
a hk of WSwU C em V rlhfM
ft ft bhem OU IW. IL 0 Ik

ANNEUiM*RUSCH B*RS-Bu-dwelor pints, 10 down, per Cak. .12.5
L than O k er ............................................ 1.50
Export BlI Lael 1e daoMn In Cask......................... ...
Lem than Caok d .. ........................................ 1.o
Agpnts Or f therr's Tampa La Fume Unlvweral Cla. Henry
eorgoe glar Tlmpa koers WRITE FOR PRM el.

biwusft f en Trial.
Galasemrfe, Ga, M1. .--4a Hall
superior court Moaday the case of the
State Yrom* arulmm Benntt, a
young wlte man charged witk kill-
lg Frank Framer In Clinche dlis
trim4 on Cbristmas day. was taken, up.
Tne theory of self-defese Is advanced
by the defense and a strong case has
been mode out LI behalf of the young

Otto. TbllIusst Are
Wsakuei by Over-Werk.
Unhealthy KIdeys rSak Impure blood.
I- u'ttl to be ouwidereul that onlyv
irusiery aiii Wbladr tmopbles wtte ti, be
traced to) the Lidne\s,
but now inmilxrn
sciene prut. thut
nearly nU etuaea1es
have their lx's1::nzng
in the liumiwdr 0
thiom Om~t i~otA
'Zek idxacv% f~ltet
AnIn Parify thel, 11:x"!
th a t is t rw ir % or
Thrc~rcrit, \, urir yor kKj iJ 4i\ irr eweak
or outt of foter. Von n uUakrstan't ho1w
qwtcklv 1Nkvor cnu'te IMJWY iq Affk'tc-'l ; m
h tH ~\'r\ t~rgaftv aeTn to fail toI tic its
I x trI.rvtit L. (W feel he.l' I
t...'Otig t tv :e rat Lutltie cuet. v
Ziiller's Sw..ailp.Root. h saC2419 .'Ua dx
','r ~tLsitis or cwell eY WilltIlk' Ip
-.,I C4,11 iu~v AnOne.
I: %,m er rick %-m cn gvwikc no- Inv-
rhit isit n ti t, ewt ruMnrd rY #I! t o LO
I''.I.~irSwamwp.Red, the gtc~t

kbl~v~.iel, iou~~".I
.i'lithe h2It-tuet f,%vits iundt-rfuI 'i ats

.1 tW mmt iotrva I a tito1'
Wi itt niwitsNolllAY 4

utrt a iul;4e NAtIc
bl iWLI lice. &.W. a I rct&Ii"a a?
W~wkin hdmk. I vat 'c h twit
in!" twitIts% to k.1W Mvr & C&C S4 ng- i
hae.M N. IV. f~tha k#asin!m%.k
bat ryshab tO w tw w fmu'-Rot.
Dp. KlWhwra 0wum-P Ito a! .11 ad-
611M MRLOMIOMM, N.Y~.. smrgrry 1ut*L



To the Voters of Oalaeevllle-I tak,
this method of annoqmnelu my candid
dacy for Marshal of the City of Oalu.-
ville. I have byin on talht work ai
an omCer, protecting you ani youru
Interests while you were aieep, for
about three years, and leave It to .vyo
as to whether I have performed no1
duty well, and with iapartialit
I think I have been lesf enough a
night work to be enatled to a day jo,
and If elected I promise yo a talthbful
Impartial and eflcat service. Your
for order. C. L. KITE

I hereby announce myself a cait;
date for City MaY lan the electi",
to be held on the 14th day of Apri
1908. 1 promise If et te to edemv to do the duties rer red by the ord
nance as near as I possibly can. ai'l
I solicit the votes of al law-abldint
rlti z.l*l. Respectfully.

I take this method of asounciit-
my candidacy for ree4aetm ua Ctt
Marshal at the o elot April 14th
19' I have em- V-e to perform
toy duty without Mr orI b r. and
would appreelte tdhe pport of 8
fellow teeom to the 4UM t o le fuc in
th# future as is thea. Ttakint
you lar ru iappet. adg tts
yuur vote at tih aS' eherto. I



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E~7C~~ ~ifT; '2/CS~
~i: I;, ,..' ,~, ~F

1 :h ~g TI
~ ~hL
,~ IL+rlg

W ,

tor Cass Courd Almet Paralyze a
kMan With a L lk.
lot b cI ls. bodies i bratns we',
bjter 1ul C('ass. All he strength of
w ilaipl'shre grlilta was conc-li-
ted in ti )oe two sqasl To lool ulpon
I sL Cli the ordary mnaun f el
.n \ ',j.lerful eye they potzessef.l.
SWLu lave beea1.k1 wn to shiver
th dre:l when oW or the other al-
edl his 1 glance to a ll upon them.
t.! lookIk throtg a stranger in
way to make bl b b ral born andi his
kc~'k togetMLE One searca-lnu,
re Fc;edi to destloy all mentality
fill the victim With paralytic emo-

,so wun dared take liberties with
In 11S4 the proprietor of the
tilonl hotel In Washlngton wii Ha
n ho so C0loIy resemubled the
t senator frU Michigan that he:
often mistab ftor him. An old
returnia bhwn a Journey. en-
tbe lobby sad, selng him lean-
afalint thi duok. slipped up lw-
hit hi a terrific whack on
er, ylag cheerily and sl-
S"ello, old man! IHere
M ta. How are you?"
'4th straightened up his six
*Iru sad, turning upon the snall-
letkrrible, bloodshot eyes, almost
elilattod.,hIm with a look. Not a
r wfi slpopan. That look was am-
a TMhe stranger was so "rattled"
Elt W ld not even apologize, but
nA$ pl etly out of the hotel.
Sjiftv i the day when congreu was
l d to be In session the stranger
tU-Id to the hotel to shake hands
ilh the, @prtietor and tell him all
Leabt ~Ithe Oa Incident. Walking
avely lp, he laid hi hs and down. on
-i friends shoulder and. without wait-
bl for IgrwteUng surprised himi with:
be heIn. old fellow, you got me In
a deae of a scrape thil morning.
Why, you know, I took old (Ca.s for
you, slapped him on the back, nearly
Ltakli off a shoulder, and the old fool
looked at me as If he wanted to cou-
alt murder. The darned old lunatic,
why doesn't he stay out of here? He
knows"-- Apaln the great senator
krom Michigan straightened up his six
eet thr*, again he turned his blood-
shot eye saln h looked and again
the vlotlm Ad" Two mistakes of that
ind In one dayl

Traits Whiek Are Readily Disolosed
by One's Gait.
"There's a conelted man coming
down the street," said the girl In the
group on a eorer. "How do I know?
By his walt I nca tell the chief trait
of any person's character ly watching
him or her wlk. For Instance, If a
san walks wlt a heavy lift to bli
hIps he's sure 0t be obstinate. If he
sinks down a IttfIt o his eels he has
a comfortable attitude toward life and
the world In glarl-ln fact, he's a bit
Liy. That woan coming down the
street now It a gnlp. Any one could
tell that hecaee oe her mincing, fussy
ait. Indecsion s the chief character-
hitic of that woeaat character across
the street. Don't i soee how she
wings her foot nther besitatingly In
the air before she puts it down?
'The man who walks with hisi knee,
ladlng sl suno to be of the Ipous type
-the dIlagreeably pleOs type. I mean.
You ee that old eodser who is croa-
tln the road with his stomach seem- I
hta to lead the est of him-well, of
ture it Is evident that feeding Is bhl
eb. *f d*lllght. When an Intellectual
iL. n. walk his head leads. That girl
lRh ,..isa soo ais ilf coasous. Yea,
te'. :: glng down the street luas a
'r,"' "ulk. gildlla and quiet, but
w,.,, ,~st for her; abe ia treacherous
l \'rmLe.
iai.u who pQt his feet oluwn
651. "olklly It heavy and riatiat
.;11 That Uate pierson ross-
i"x I with a qick. clean step
IS .ronldled. bt be has the
W' -" r-.

11"r, WrIl IMM no rqpm low
-'r fIwll0p 1o others. SThe
S",out e4 that store has an
S in"rn r aate. Doo't you
S' ts hpr foot down un.
if e wme saying: *1
,"'t I aboalda't advise
S array y hw.
I don't pteod to know
-rsmlm charaelr by bli
I', dbsever his predo

'wa In I UK wIN
usafity ef Merey.
nmeetaois goeseahiner.
B a We. Dllt. weo
4aerl eart to Georgta
-**- gaty. Sfore pr'
*,* the Jadg letored
b le A elIalia er-
.aft Iti-am is that the
1" 1 ee0 a at aaraw
.t flt l gJed pity.
S* ," p t"g a-olam to
S *" at Atals,

.. sa4 Wlu. -a te the
e m l pthe ae t me-

amW wbowr M I

a-~ '4" ~ x4




3 'A .

K"P*lss e mimmtly at I t o
the keytto su*eafftulI advr-

You cannot spurt much and
win. A busluess career that goes
by fts and start will not pay ao
well n the lung run as a lbusl
n's that follows a course map
ped out for It and keepf Incros
Iag its adrcrtlilng as the bum-
ne e demaudst U uutil tbh mai-
moum is reached. Tiere tI a
maximum for a small business
beyond which It is not ecouomy
or policy to go. lrookit l
Our column turnmle the ker
to aucce tful adverttisin In
thI community.
.. .. .. .. .. ...I l

The Judge Raised, but the Culprit
Promptly Called.
A correspondent senils In the follow.
Ing account of 11 Ilnc'ident which oo.
curred in h.a preihnvliu in a Keutucky
courtroom :
Under tbo laws of Kentucky the
penalty for gsamlllg is a ine of from
$0'O to $W. Judge W. W. Jones was
holding a term of circuit court, and
when the case of the comminonweaJth
of Kentucky agulust lDanel Cross was
called he asked auiel If lie bad a
lawyer to defend himt. Danieil said be
had not. and Judge Jones asked him
what he wanted to do tabut his case.
which was a charge of gamiitgl,
"I don't know. hardly, judge." said
Daniel. "I thought I would just pay It
"'Were you actually playlngl" said
the judge.
"I guess we were." Daniel replied.
"About how niiici were you playing
for, DunlelY' the judge asked.
"Oh, nothing much." ski Daniel,
"just a nickel or dimn on the corner."
"Well. Daniel." Msad the Judge. "I
will see .our dimel, nnd ranis you $20."
Daniel looked rather crestfalleu for
a moment; but. cntchting the force of
the judge's mreiirk lie ilii'kly Iooked
up at the Jiidtlr. ani rnl.l *" ell,. Judge,.
I ail satlil4d-4l Itint ),Iu hli e got me
bent. so Il litn r:l w ."ll, but I gMes1
I w ill have to tfll 4ii 1 I w Notles


Pricee That Prevai!d 10lore sthe OR'
,.nt en of Pr'rti.g.
In the. 1,i,.*,it'11:1% It Sirffle elrY
ptrierxgp t) o .*ks' i s' j's ho- 'rli".aof
hooks lir'r.* rather' t It 'of lrtutlng
1(!:s .4:f1 :1 '.rc argese~
tale for a- "* ..zI'.graphy. In
the year t I,. 1 r, ;rl of ItA
8lwithrsm iat ".i:',''' Ipo rcbase of
the u,,nk 44 1' ll.ir ,!'vr In oxfuortd
shire. % l, II,. atil "Pt. AAso
tlai: fIlitiir .. 1" r i'er uSUf of
ber~ey stil a l .'.n: h1i11,tj was on.
ttU'.E.Tet In -;'ter flip hIat(orf At
Birinwo -n. k'- r.' .aa 14a'o king
A boutItt 1t P- I t 6 a Pr' fJ of 10a1
of licimn.. inde Is liase" was
sol'i l..f-or 1re ti.~A've rate at Pakris
for 40 crown. ',if -Oft *6
1110.Crnq-flte ""..'Al,.''PRIal1fres
cqby cnt ft wil (.( el11 lum r
bubap of w i i.'ri. *r r. IabI" @TV
brino lofl Of htia,?'t ..09 mb.'eI. Ave
.-dr~r R~I ce41 mIiir fe Sae qean

t15y of yr' .11 In '
torrotei ."hell

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to 1'r-,
him lo. w
the tI""

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- troz to vmtu

Seeeca'd O. 6,"dr lawin
soe soft*, at

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DR- H. a.DI.8-


over Gatinesville N~itil 'Ii Ilatak
Phone 200O.

ORs. Af.NM R M A 1 & PAV V 1 CE

D RC N T I 9

Office over Duttoa Co'. eant
Phone 20, Galonevilll" 'IRl



A'rT(oRNI.Y.,T.LA A %V

0 0 FLOanll'


Omee in Halloams Ilncl.

O(ltrrt LLs,

t LA.A"
a 1.0allla

Oas sell ot r ilty property, (im
proved sad nimprofed), phosphaer,
troking and farming land. Bend hiw
a list of what ylo ofIr forale. 2142i

And Solaitor In Equity

Rea,' Etate, Ooeolyaoallinc and Q(l
eral Pnetlee. All buelone prompll3
ttMeded to. Offlee net door to Ir
olee. GOlssevrn..i. Pi.oarea


.F~OU 1C S&IL~r lqGS H3AOC W

Jacksonville and New ork,
Calling as UHARLS9NTO 8. 0., kbop %ale.
the lFuR M 19muljs i tke CgSItwle SwV1I6

Clyde New England and Southern
'right 4terToet between J ACht',N VILL, BUttTON and
PRoVIDENCE, and All Eastern I'oita,
Calling ast harleso"n both ways.


o80 htbotl ....................... ...... runl l*r.ew* Wharf, Bealca
Nor,~rthu...... ...... Vr'm Foot of WashitaiKms a*..t Jreasloville

Clvde St. Johns River Lne
-Oitwrwi JrC) A UONVILLM and SAM PosD
soinl a at ia asla, Astor, liereeford (lieLadu),and Iatesmodate LLand,
on d8. Johna River.
are apiointeri to ail as f allows: Leave JAius, TiL. dilly easept
atuday., at 8:1 |8 8 a. IH urniaHg, leran htlPI, dail)
iacell W iiitaai, sat ULItM a. M.

Lave 3:80 p. in ................. Jack aenllle ........ Die 5:00a.
Leave 9:00 p. w. .................Pal aIa ................ lA .L 10 II0p.
leave 3:00 a. ti .................. As tor................. .L eS 4I00lWp ,
Leave ............ ..... .. li recordd (L)lani d) .......... ave 1:00p.
Due i- oi0 a. tin.. ...............an ford................ I ve 10:00 L .a .
Due 10.:3o a. m................ u..Kerprise ............. ...IA ae lr:3La.
Paasenger and Tioket Offlee, 182 West Bay Street Jaeheenllle.
II. 11. ItAYMOND, Vice lPreit anid Oaeral Manager. New York.
H. E. MLAYNAII), P. T. M1. A. A. tAR"Y, P. A.,
Pier 36, N. It. Nvw York Paer 3C N. R., New York
1,. B. 8CROILH. C. A., F. M IIONMONOGR., A. 0. P. A.
lAewburg. Fla. Jacknmvile, Fta.
Jackmsuville. Fla. Poir 3I N. R., New YorLk
C. P. LOVEi.L Ag ent. Jacksonvlle, ia.
Gsnrel OIfftee Pier 3, North ver, New York.



Prtete ta all Omwta

State sa

OesI ass~ KaIsalkah
Odk ova13 YGiww - WDoak


Alashlas elty is i0,O0 rnm Is

11 pebI Ihoots, 77 phelbaseh
pAS, 0Iaw ilb. Iu 1Jo alen
bhoo"# fodr e pPer*, ad pm.
dooese eor, etles il, tie, eg
oale. rye, poatose. pineapple, '.
sage. pe, he p eers, pins., pe.
eaer, d al l kiad of vel able.

Iainmillt ti Coulnt Sati,

Has lourtow' esiumhoo, tv2esbl,
sphois.I the Vanvrell of .1 U:
G rivew eoobtIsi, tbfee 6nore
afteod Iftwo Ised udievo WO ba
srsif I. soIrm efotws# OIbtust

lhnorrl) Sbm wow 18OWcu r
I hree iremift a# Set~v tkofWOO.m
*fSsW Ie pmale. do& dSbo
meoufooke'seq0 r"eplitIm e
peogi. planI. ho tek"., mail
.teshd store. .no1I-railp Ofr1.


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North, Sedth, Eat mad W t

Through Pu!lmuan A rvic oni AU Trlls.

Consult the "Purple Folder"

For dIetairel infoirraiutirn, mdwdui, mlii an'! ryr.
vationrf, your newaisA roket Ageut,
or writs o a.l on

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IN foe

andwntl tot o89.

So A6 France
So do Germany
The of amla food
li bee made ilel in WMeoshinto d the Dbric of Co6umn
bi, and l bum powder everywhere recogpized S
ioili To proted yourself against alum,

when ordering baking powder,

S* pqami4y

ad be ray e you g0 Rot
Royai. sdwctBaking Pdrma&dfrom RcIGram
Cram o Tartar. It a&to the "olity an
Kudmbof du foodi

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S a sttm of OGmmS InttImt G atb.
.ed by Ourr & tpor.


What Has Happped and What Is
going to Happen Told In Shert Para
SrIphm ge That *He Whe Run May
I eeaae" It In The Sam.
Mrs. amma Pope of Treatom is In
t city, a guest of rlatl.
Tom an su t some iace youag chick.
mes today from 0 M. ermat A Co.
W. R. Eddina ad HI. embert
I Wat yesterday it Jackwaville oa

Preh brown bread, cakes, eto., at
S the Woman' Bsohaae., Io the China

Mrs. 8. Y. McFarland has return.
ed from Oakland.
Remember The Sun office when you
want anything in the printing line.
If you want some nice hens for
laying purposes, see 0. 8. Merchant
& Co.
Justlee B. T. Henderson of Newber-
ry was among the visitors to this city
Tax Assessor W. W. Colson left yes-
terday for High Springs and other,
points on ofial business.
Friends of Miss Helolse Vidal will
be glad to learn that she is much bet.
ter, after an Illness of several days.
F. D. Irwin. the merchant of Fair-
banks, was among those who spent
yesterday tn Galanevill on business.
C, V. MoQuee of Komoka and Jese
I. Griffin ad aon of Joeville were
visits to the county capital yeter
4ay. 0
Jese C. Clark. R. D. Median. W. M.
Bradford ad J"de Hogtie Davis

S Palace, toda went to Jacksoaville on hItgI yes
0. C. Olayton has returned from terday.
S Jacksonvlle, where he has ber n on a J O'Pll, agent for the ,a*
visit to his family. and Jalmvllle railroad. Micaopy,
w U transettag buasineea n this city
Mrs. 8. Y. Fnlley left yesterday for yesroday.
S a visit to her daughter, Mrs. W. H. y Ribbon th Thi
Christopher, in Jackionvtlle. "Blue Ribbon" the Thing-Ask your
Igofer for Blue Ribbon Vanilla, the

R. W. Clark of Hague was In the
city yesterday. He called at The Bus
offce and renewed his subeorIptlm.
I -

chovce in every home where they de-
mand the beat.
Mrs. W. 8. lDrsey and children
left yesterday for Jacksonville, where
they will visit Mr. and Mrs. J D. Rus-
sell for a few days.
C. C. Cage, of the Gainesvlle Furnli
ture Company, has returned from a
trip to Waldo and other points in the
Interest of his frnm.
Lunches and everything In the cull-
nary line will he served at the
Woman's Exchange. In the China
iPlace. every Saturday.
C H. aguley, book-keeper for the
Ihtton Phosphate Company at riolder.
has returned to his home after a
plea.nt visit to his mother, Mrs. M.
Itasuley. In tbh isty.
II. C Cato of lHigh Springs, who
t'm- t4.wn III at the houet of his daugh-
tr. Mra. It T Arnow. In this city,
fUr m1nie' timn,. has sufliclently r.cover-
e' to wI on the b reetsr
Iletry IlutchitsoI, a well-known
'citise't of Cr wcr.t Cltv, who has an.
mnonen l him lcIf a a candidate for
clerk of the court of Putnam county.
was In the city yesterday.

The. regular maottlI buwatae s o et-
inl of Kirby Smith Chapter. 'nlted
laushters of the Comfeddracyr will be
'eld at the homeU of Mrs 1. J. Rurk-
'bem. to nst Main street N. this
afternoon at 3 o'clock. at htirh a fuU
attendance Is delndrd
The Sun acknowedgrs an agree
able call yesterday from Prtf F. 0
ttchU 4 lake Iutler. erNtary of the
Lcoton (irevrs' Assorwata. who d.
lirerv an rddm oa '"Tb.* lorkd
*in'to,' betwre the Parmenr' lasti
tvute lSt aighb Prof. Pl Is oae
O ti the mo st probm et ad sacc
.u ma ea *to -.

SMf MlBe, Ga., and
Mil lgYiii au of Tampa, are In the
city, the passing guests of Miss Lu-
cllie Cole6dl h. '
Get G. S., Merchant & Co's. prices
on grain, bay and feed in general-
wholesale or retail. They certainly
are in position to make prices inter-
SMT'. Arthur Connell left yesterday
for Lynchburg, Va., having been called
on account of the death of her hus-
band. Friends of the lady sympathize
deeply with her.
I A. U. Hilleary of Evinaton was
among those who spent yesterday In
Galnesville. Mr. Hilleary is now en-
laged t the fish business, and Is
making'a good thing.
The regular monthly meeting of J.
J. Finley Chapter, United Daughters
of the Confederacy, will be held at
the home of Mrs. J. L. Medlin, 2061
lut Main street, beginning at 31
o'clock this afternoon.
Stop earche'in two minutes; tooth-'
ache or pain of burn or scald in five
minutes; hoarseness, one hour;
muacleahee; two hours; sore throat,
twelve hours-Dr.. Thomas' Electric
Oil, monarch over pain.
W. R. Perryman of Judson, a well.
known farmer of that section, was in
the city Tuesday. He made The Sun
an agreeable call, renewing his sub-
scription. Mr. Perryman states that
the farmers of the West End are pre-
paring for their crops.
Miss Lena and Master Charles
Hunter have returned from Wildwood,
where they accompanied the remains
and attended the funeral of their late
father, Wi. J. Hunter. Mrd. Hunter.
owing to grief and illness, was not
able to accompany the remains.
Mrs. F. 8. Wolts of Lake City Is
visiting at the University barracks
her daughter, Mrs. N. H. Cox. who is
recovering from a recent illness. Mrs.
Wolts is a daughter of Col. W. M.
Ives, who was well knqwn in the early
days of this State, and who died many
years ago from the effects of wounds
received In the Seminole Indian war.
"Mr. and Mrs. W. h. Long of Rocky
Point desire through The Sun to ex-
press their deepest appreciation and
Iratitade for the many kindnesses ex-
tended them In their recent afflicton
In the death of their infant daughter,
Fanie. These kindnesses will never
be forgotten, and the parts will
*ray God's bllesings upon those who
were so ind.
Among the prominent traveling
men In this ty to D. W. Tankley of
Jackuoevtlle. thm vr superlatend
ent of the Jae e ,itrtment of the
Che&-Neyal O l Coompany, Nasha
vlle.,. Mr. Tanksley has not Visited
Gainesville for sme time, ad he se
present much eurpwrt aOd plans
at the rapid advaaeesent of the city
in every way.
Attention is called to the change of
advertisement of the Galnesville Bot-
ling Works. J. Brooks, manager.
Thlaoold and reliable establishment
manufactures the celebrated Univer-
sity brand of soft drinks, and enjoys
a fine trade throeghoMt 'this section
of the State. They have Just erected
and moved into new quarters, and,
with new and modern machinery, are
In position to compete with the largest
and best bottlers of the country.


T. W. Shands

Wilm It. teokest

... fhe..

Gainesville, National. lank

Umitd Stma, Co mt Ci bhpulry

--- Capi Stock $100,000.00

J. L. Medlin
Wm. R. Steckert


R. D. ord J. F. Jackson Henry Davis '
Dr. M. as T. W. 8handa Cha. A. Faircloth




Cotton, Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions

8aintsv Office mr J. Miuna 's Store, South Side Square

Branch 6ffice8: Tallahassee, Lake C'ity, Live Oak,
Madison, St. Augustine, (;aimnsville.
Main Office: 16 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Florida
l It I


Orelnd Flar-Next to Ptofle.
Cenvenlently Located Yet Private
Not "the oldest bank in the city" but
the oldest establiahed retaurant, til
best equipped, and the pacefor ladiv,
gentlemen, and children.
OYSTERS oT The famou
~ ~aw M le.
Regular Meals.' TrIdng Tiekta.
We do not promise aedthing for
nothing, but give you the bet service
possible at reasonable palre.
Special suppers for parties rrd on u
short notice as poedbl. CV tg pod
in eason. Open early ad ylate.
bSee te" s tse rh OCAPl Our motto
We rwy to do wlIa we sess.l"

Aichaa Coutq Astract CG

Perry Y. cob Pr: W U--I. Vies
PrO&: & OoNMM. gQob .T

SOslnnville Lodge No.
90W, B P. 0.E.-H-Iets
toolght at 7:80 o'clock
In Elks' Home. Visit.
lg brothers cordially
wrel omed. H. 8.. Oanr,
E R. 'Da. J.. M. Dt Ja.. Sec etary.
The program for the masquerade
ball, which will be given at Seminary
hall, will appear n The Bun for Fri.
day. The ball will be given Friday
evening. All those desiring to re-
heare for the grand march will please
report at the ball at 4 o'clock this

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5 ats rLinU
Mah tanrtio, but no advertise-
met take for lees than 0 eenta. Six
words make a line; o fractional lines,
ery word over eae ma oouann a
an addltomil ine. CASH In advance
muat aooompay all orders for laser-
tions t thia Colaumn.

FOR SALL We do an exclusive AbIrot bus
n AL. anst, withfaltettles r u
I InformacMeomcea ml. Ie oi
FOR 8AL--Jersey cow, Alth calf !my d all l eands Oat
week old. J. W. Cromwell, 12t,; W AD bmias tsbrMs pgagUl.
Court street. ,_

FOR BALE-Black record carbon type.
writer ribbons for letxl work at
The 8un ofee.
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Photography today Is an economic
FOR SAl~e--Two blhb-grade Jeray
c=d socal neaoesity in every commua.
Ity. It maintasthe mor cows with calves. May be seen at
ity. It malanlha the memory and
afections of taily fe th gh the Thomas' stable until Saturday
picture it makes and which we oould pring Park Stok arm Co.
not now do without .How often is re- T
great expreeed that so picture exit
of some friend or relative whoo is no pOR Ri TNew le roo cottage In
longer with s! t eUmtmes, Indeed, f th Gaianesvll. Apply at Boulk
the cameras haa to intrude upn the mn or a ooe.
sacrednese of the death chamber Itsel
when relatives feel that a photograph WANTED-MALE HELP.
It suNh lreuastamcee is better tan -
one at all. Do not procraUstlate. SALRSMAN Wanted--8ll retail trade
Be wise ad "seore the shadow re yur locality. $"6 per mooth and 'x
the substance fdes." ; Inse to start or eomamlason; ex
Ton ean get a pctare roam lockett Itrie* unseesnsary. Herming.
to ltfealse at 8*mhs% OIde. rsen Cigar Co.. Tledo. 0.


CEO. W. HYDE V~c.P,*

H. L TANTOR. ,,,

IVpatain everd 5m kw m
WHere the mobs at (LV ei

4)YSTF104-Nothing but Oedar Key
sTF~Ek~s-4-jjboft Weligm.
('llol's-.--Any lnd Ian m t.
If yo.si want ysahjin eo, and iti
in t4~ n, A ll get it fr yu.
I') tlhr way, you aM gI*

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T' "'t Rv Lli for 11 makb, P-11.
iL. t.u-tlty and Quaft goImmsV"
If y.l are frtkiculAr about '11,
" rr f I ked, yu know tlhast
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK Cainesville. Florida


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We Ofer Unexceled Facilities and Up-to-Date Methok d B i.

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tiunb thid i-u,d aasteakee'p
Olt-~til. Heat'i. I tII haf t lit

Wot cam~rr a oolli hutt'Ilt
of t hu wau't--(XApp'r IPot~s.
Kc ,titio, Milk Palsa~', M~IR

Baird HariwiI Cos
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casa 411i ff 9

___ NO. 54

Published Twice a Week@i

monday and Thursday




Ca4 Wlhle hRii ll Caur
Srl Is Sht tl hath.

M'Ne Royal Family Were Riding In
C rlage, Sand ea Aae&sone r Iek
T Iresh Guard and Poured a Fuell-
aId late the C Vbhi KItg and
Oam Pr~oe et Thre Tlmea
Mtedte 6~aepLfe of Quenw, Who
TrAe to Gave life Crwn Prince.
11A ,rt 4.--s i artue of
tagil, ae the ev-w prime, a L
f, ware asnuseleutad etuirday
a t a I tyl a a stea of uproar.
le MWa m am mea, the tiaat
amel, was Mo hty wounded, but
4aM Am-lle, who dve to save the
g 9prloe's life by throwing her
eat w %ilb6, ws uaburt.
A ba of me wtltise at the corr
9 Ats Pato d. OimnrMot wsa the
nu 4 Arsenal, oedtily apm to-



m4the eaMearkgpis I.wbM tM
alwy uee Stylig so PSI-
w'ledling "bA-WN it"M5ev
u se's- uoa e
am- Pine.-.up*s
a~lok ww ase




New CAMOUVM.ICh-- *""I-
Is t~L ~ sla m I I Il
New@bm .*-4P*AWul
hae t.redw*M p wd B.ae
tobas b" s boaftB Ao
Froem D 1,* - las lb psaimi
in t"he s of 6 low AkatVms.

am t2m6sa a"Md Sq 1d MAY 0.
0As h 1 eavr- to 4theM& Thbssip s Vodthpas"la
nwL by, wheby thob ee n W WIdIowII of selpaWW so
0. asr-s ato Oi 06"Mea am b l
SeENN Risked OWN LS. 1014 toPOWholm e Pa OW
Nor" at so Set *0t t ae kiss* sIt Y aas IgO 1B "a W" 268
Sa be t* on sb0oa s.dYIBg. ad ed to8 I60e% i. eI 60b eSNOm
6, was mosta the emorts Pite hurl It bosdIA as oI dse. f.
toM rime a tha mink Wnevertheles. ebe"lnev St VMW
e% the at. Qu. Qeena AI1o0 w ll stllbe the sa of peWa'.Y" b@
0 up sa t ore brs toward Ibis oeaW ovs.reMtt1 5 b"
a plrim Ia as A~et daort sbor of res 31t7.
Sis Ife sL ,OW 00os of ber ) m. Opea I of lbo so wmp
dot I- P-MS aluSre hlW A '&e llwobw =.blow
4 10 611 WeS. The plPo I I. ce ee.s w bebre b b lliIouer SM
rod Up"te iNo emdt" "WS O&w avoige vimt Wih sis
'a his"tbree of OWN gaot:
so gnily Were rotutnift *1an yet l Wi eonupro ses 1he
Time. Wh" aw mt be" in ocu too e or 1 NA~ w.~Y
'WEb V.an ft eW W" ,r mIes e"r eNds. I f t is
SM a 1a Si' v.'B t r l,
set h 155 rpetoeiam sAd e84 Bm.
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aw dweemy 09 S Pilo lt a, bL J ~C.

p ader NA &W L~ Is ps to -v to

so 00 bw omeg snaW a can"
as ad1r40vy ae n F%16 i -Alr Ith w
for tro Fred, ba nreMer cas I"?dW raeo ON S

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'Ser II were awar ~ lr Y---
s M d the pobot tn We. thvate. INSe m 9lf nL-. St
4 0~ bed, W b, ow heM0w. S. ).
CQ CAroriv. & larp MOSUT Mamiag xgovs seem&

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4 0to Iis te o U weGv t.
sad aeeg I iyal I"o *atit "o be1, a m goo
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Oeaitizie arsenal In two closed Uaria"R R(CUIVLR R 'Ci%%,4 a. R. .
to the royal palace, the Paes*I N o JU ua T us
clsdades. the late residence of the dt
king. escofted by municipal guiards, compn~fy of bs",U
mounted. BERRY Maeon. Ga., Feb. 6 ,.jeo % e.eti
The n.ws of swe tj .Uqp swepl tion of the Old COMY "L u W e of T I E It COW
drr ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Ora Ms m ee aooIJQ r~'a i'l8e l~yo ~ cbursflh, the u 4Iuurris
thmucob the elty like rildtbtitttroat myofMmebsiN.tisfft" ,roe
There ghem raloa S
dry Krans. and hW th populacthe Iatis oA L re raeilro te order -^W4is
nett bkowmmay fall Th. ao Ithe grsat '*Iagof W Juds W es "lFIERCE BLIZZA RAINS
eat did 2W teo future af te0 004 1We Ir. Ptrraot, vTic* rP ta t tbo
try. which seem. on tde verge of belma SUspIcOIONI OOFILLING SAPP eoIMoaSoutberig wni U loio bola&
plunged Into the threat of a revolutoI- unmed recriw'?. SGlry of Recent Diue 0the"*fa <
with a 111i a dtedw b m laed See jeend was Takes r" t iapitl et rn r M w the
bloodsse. ONUof thecouipasy's a loged Imbili.
Three Diuliets Sivask Kin. fromaMjaNdOW "s to a kee-Hq 9V16 ao mpaymeats. Ta 11" tb0% 5fW Settled w E iifemee-?hIP6
An omamisaint at toeVO ods Of Was a a OM OAW '#0 Mfoungv r.d isfed baond to the ato 01 kt Of t O rFinally Rhs"usd.
the reac, who s araleadyd .hd 1644 Sapp Kied aeOie Asg.. 1GM000. whiah wertakes UP by te
he reiched ho S aed e ol Us (t"Colosy Trust eom"M of Mau&.. )*aIa, -N. 8. feb. ik e
tine ballets had fosm t=Urk. lNow was lmry hbmthis mornilz ohsetta The, Theebn@ vW*te IsOMAof & wild boiled the ateasor
one won" wae str a at ase1b1 a gta ym WAlu b4 aken place It torst of I er cent, \ad this lsimvoet S1k Cuthbert was bnalto t Owa
of 6 e D4k.0 t6 50Ud i s lS l tanee hi mlgC hoS Wall tht hotdi was to be aVW oAbe fIrt d&W hDs l. d eon t UK #.va 40k amt.
der .ma the tWd, voil whicwa sthe f t l Mswas duIjank Log bad wary se the Brat hfirst ofJ swJ PteM n em ers 01 tof m re Wea
S would, 3U te a So tohI W Wbe Ijast ao the ieethis W morin. Th eMAieohosetts ossp 611 401 04d bitii uwam
lery. Thsownprime whbo wa 8WIlt O'at me Fa6"x"vat bon Sqq toax Ut 111 bI41 hr Itinta o *f
breebla but who 4d alwat In1 aboW bt a. nd tt odItsd a hs o sves rt bhee wa le e bw l lbb Wh they0seU"ai t 1
Nediatelyatr d&ldatum so the am"eOWoutag had bees sg 4 of at SSu a o he ooesta"eme ire
al. 6" owre amw omb s i I n d oMle Ja soOidn of having tdo bei Im. Uta "o th heee The ter thid
heed am u4 t. TWO bubeft hih1U4aAlgedstalleges ft 1W WiKS tieIs 0#W il 63 U
-.0wlftA1111111k cioM, s-g ouekb
Iri"se Mawel. j aaitseWW ofba d eltiassi. ouMkLMt1 IL lt kiss hr Se aM a
no .na LL of nr; i~kmC~o a .1~Bresiva' thtao 9I Vs)~Ie.is & tWI
9W fawn mLm"""At w a lsat t a4 u0s as 7.101110
eat w beat In,1o town agm ad "de t
#ro I01 0 AW I" IV I nsa rw rthW Wl d OU OW O&W Ctt
6 two so efta. idia rt and so V;Y"* MW INE at it* booft U4 ta orul
U7, eve n Sw age hftIwebum, su id f ara by the N*m*t i 1(6
"OW Ho "d I 1AW wre upte reel rsadM 0 t.e
astr to be%", fat 3u u 1 R Oatlase I soe sb r
-OVO Is tpaeI oseve" I-litth mwbnhereI"wMWas^aM iseioft 01 im
t6d hSMw hius ae W aS i f. toa t Aee wI*h a lt saiisete
erow prie. as rope.L 46e4a
................J&a* Long W4 V'OWN w bull i earLy IU s
Nanuea ppeaIIw King. wha ym A8 W ells "" am uOfm st a

lashes.t 7*, 4 '-ssi meia making, ra WS~W1~5 Pte~ ~ he.B W i
-"W 11 kt1~U thV)U fllrnsI enwai leed
toe, ft& CEU sad al OMM28 bb *15
Iq.Isme ton tb~r W.& SM MooS. ____- Neistw
as bmt a*. jode owe s evie "M eOwee.
los s.s~iing o Wkta t*& w-%oft6 aqA,
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1'o Visit Our Store and Iw I
Line of Good, 'Consisingof......

SWe promise you Polit Attention

a "d. Lowe t Pri S.. .a.


*AkkW I Mb M a ew
__ -~ 1 "a' 0*e Has built one of the most up
I==4 r .

~ ~w~msm~ o.. ~g~j ~ .9iaggStte of Florid at
'At Cli. drft 01 cessibs

~u qh km... Iy ai i
m~.Ybbsf w trhm. a w"vagat w4madm A .Lup-h -
*w"so i04sas.. et *b ar* tipto
rUwk a* cimI I n nnow to hand
Ow""am" te Ifo rthe $"m
rte sP so,** Scbonrd Riroad, fo t of 8& Ar
are$""~rC ~~I .~ri u~~;W~lCCe L
iC.1hOS ~d~- r]is 4mm.Y~~t Ab TJ O~ ti..lr w\ # earidr l
~C~Iftm &Sam%

lil *'rO'Tn 6b st w wm bli y iliv u
I" wow D eno of *A 1 oil ~
S**% 3II w

.rr ales vs, now wi n: 71e Oldest WbskoI

hem 3 w uy be ahi* "t
of Ao hScc wheif n48 ~
ye k LY je Oook ba as me Ill 4 low(I r, wids qrodm == d" I A

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-e ~; I -' ~mmui Wel~rYY Plus WEbIshgqmrw '* W* byI ki s. l
wbWI -.e Ir~rl DirC Jib ~rkem, p ee mpul

-N EW as b alm" Into is usual t" Won"
gus ii YbI bw bw"F vs msWNW maw

Sk of b" fta
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lok i o n n t
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-to-date Ice plants in'
nd harnow open


mm fir cr

le Mets in large q
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o Kot Modern Buildiang
S Ethe tire S.ate.


* Il Equipped With Gas and
itle Fsane Elevator, Lavatories
Sv erything Modem In the
"4lig Line.

iPew Hill building, which is one
Smost modern and most up-to.
he bm boom in t e Sate of
has been completed, and In a
hSay wll be oocupled by The 0.
hyde Company, who nave been to
for several years on the north.
Sooner of East Main and E. Ub.
't"y streets.
S'The new building, which is located
'a the southeast corner of East Main
Sand B. Liberty streets, Is a model in
all the word Implies. The building.
S h addition to carrying about one
thousand extra square feet of space,
Is equipped with an elegant platetlaa
frot, In which the elegant stock car-
rled by the Hyde Company can be
disptlaed to advantage. The buildla
ha not only a plateglass froet on
S at Main, but a hundred feet deep
a at Liberty, with the patent dust-
r oot eae.
Th building is ftted out with eleo-
I trie ad gas lights, electric tans, a
complete lavatory system, elevator,
S and in fact all' conveniences which
may be found In any flt-class store
et the country.
Whea the Hyde Company move
l to this store Gainesville may boast
t having the largest and most up-to-
a te department store In the State be-
S tween Jacksonville and Tampa, and
Soetlled by none in point of up-to-
dateness in these cities.

She Likes Th#tun.
S The Sun Is In receipt of a letter
*. rom Mrs. N. J. Steele. Jacksomville,
.ki, which she makes remittance to
A. ifeT her name placed on the subscrip
es liMt. Mrs. Steele says:
:"I was former postmistress at Opmp-
~;I*le, durig which time I was a good
*nmd of The Sun and enjoyed reading
St wry much. I have now moved to
|..f ekavUle, and, belas desrrousw
S SOpina Ia touch with the happenlags
0'"' Asohuas county, I must have yor
Itlan le paper, which will prove a
S eleome visitor."

A tUteh In Time
WUIl ave n eoo. So will a bottle mo
's oeHobomad Syrup alway
:*-I ot hand ave asy a spe a d
ajl e A A Wsure acue for coaghb
o 40d broahltIs and whooplag acoh.
am Su .--,,Hot Spri~ g Ark, write:
', .p bp bottle of Baltard's Hore
n in lan my medicine cherat
i mak yt forethought many times.
'L s prevented maay severe spells
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hs) a life-time; light,
Io anud eay tU keep
SBeats in half the
d in other wre
barn ea y. Will
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?Eov.oproet fl.jhIqIin3Imk.I
wromam noes s~rguli.Pgg~rsm
Mrm & A.W111 gal a ot w,
Maine, rites:
"I was a pest Nuftrw tomb
troubles, an L diaN FlPk
table Clpoead gosintd mm
In three month, after M
declared the Sbanoperss ws abw'
lately aeseomar."
Mm Avln& Sporlim oat Cky
bournoAve.. Chlhin~moll, m =I
sumor MA oft It -i ro-0 In
of the bed do e b~o'3r-

comwfourd Q~d%*- GUM mi
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wbrra le am- u

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wwe. wo b 041rL bm 0~r
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woo" tv L aa 0"bh
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on* of tob..
that tOW16 *

homier owl 64i
Mr. OmmaI"low

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oeratieo at
S Decreoad
SHich P riags,
-lzta, men of'
e citv Monday.)
a heavy Stock-'
Iin the M14sh
i(g Company,
uiA',re.ce he
t numoy paslo
Sfailin off of
righth, wbIh
|Lh off In ship.
So the quatlt
M been tu mnla
This decreaeg
1 a great dea,
to retrtgersto
i his territory
Moads a week

io ef Palrbank
is uainens.
t on. James T.
ty Monday ea
Sawanntm aOad.

IVhave ul
ON of the arem"

*Rvo~ been or
I Naval Stores
I are ousaorwd
wifte befsSM

Smunlty. Their
0 to i mrel#A
the do"4t St
A soet 01thelI
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mwI ". ewe ad b

-Capital Stock $100,000.O---

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Wi. tS. mkeyt

R. D Oa*# J, F. Jackonw
Dr. M. 14. D. T. W. Man&a

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T'.r 4"ft I u_ to
ft 'owl"W ._&__A_ Mo e' i a 4" be, al~nLi) a ib m &SE
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lb." VI 1, t. Mr. Mo wTipk t*H wadt to bO'
ar L.teaI&_

10N Wl ckmm by etwo 'Dam
mgw g og thptoM a

tol~6~~ sib1ibOi~ qpmw;reImdtb riMaw'

!4b e.hVe1.aisr &I#*behu a
thirutt 1St?, 5Mw. an P11d .~aoa ~sd .-Puto
r~C0n.w-l Ubl yrigb HiraM. We or.+ twlv~ tej

p" wif* et A abootmPlofial w~mth:
rw E ~ jthla ~osemksm feel that~ VS.~
c b. wil have to g be -U~04

wft VO& L -Dw Mr.~ WW W" dW bf d

4in~~~~~wiu 1. l~ hUo~acullie~00 ~ e i&Euv;5 .vLe I hae bee a. nighQt Va
ge g e awlad~omaIa@1 eb~stWs I. m mrts to mItW to~ the; vryad of to M @Sut* Pltcta oU e
) ~ w Ib h a rud nmoo" awy rb

evp~v b.Wer l sam me o pu pee bke;: met aa be duskesY ~IJtret Whle Ou;f~ wtre suiLe 1WQI'
-;~ toL thoi mui ehln a it of# mtregi abOy t TiSi LU r.kSY

UEb fba-oeteees~s km O to W~IltI),b Rb'JL ~ I lbS hr..' II I lh( I0 have) ibeestiti~ L;
"'amarout- wea r l me t .w,
*AM* ftkflt bm 4m suk, h rn sow ~. a ft~

7j .u ~ ~ t ~ae ~ eteWi ~rOWNt Imeeds"0Ut w'mo C.eI6"33Y*,
togs by byh l. 6maoBto the s bW mm Mo It fo #j meb t1 be e "

ji e S*',b IWigeva es em:tsor toe du Isi City~ MaUa Iate~
sinew bow aujr bmt m6c ro aorllltj -A-L

. l1bqtetb bmewaepp~ tob~lw heIId Os their l ~bby

m ~ ~ i~r me~l Mm e.w mPoAMu MIT .dmu ~ keeeo W I peleIt erleste toU Sr*P
~ E ilthe" Mr 3mwto etU 6 020thMautes eus fed q.. q
gram.. wre3 Wlf of the stools. hae to bas bombify

~~ry~liw~ bm S a Ut hb m l#.h e 0PPW wci se YI Iw
~ ~,, Sb sVr -lr~ irlmes -U ---- Dm-muh hati ete
__ he, bo b Itom ers t a
4 w i h o me"ftesm*.
wII ibi mw "0. of wy ItaOl TINS I have mde t o
-how to a" mIp. up- m is ft*no* o ft T Um Vters t aIaoss m 14 ioow

"tufo dtovW AM M IA m.Mwmo N at VPmoa teI o r" t. IPhave been on pr s a. -
mw~1O O n sh1 W In 00 a W h 110i W ft In 6 0 ", m As m aba G&W. peUothe dals" aW me1p

Sip wee inie.W vSI Ss me )I.w mel (~ JIIs~a wafot aam tisft"I t"e pwtm is me -

a"su0 __lot__In ft -e h oft MmeAteN you Were pb
"I o ff" #0 oik bmtIa d U" 6 See "Mew oo at owI dno at the aift etd iom r t smth I""I&I
-nw to ses -p mows ho m -" d a s err emw a todr ot r av ;
aIamalmtl MI e mm.Ibba I an e b
bw soft a tm"L md im wodw be -~-a
SmWhy U ftU 9WO #A SM ow o W" to b Neso b eron am S ske I P to W ;d"yesa
me of t"b4Z"Le60440sra Mr w iNom t mmlm fiwtm Ie e
a show OWO waft am k so a" nI blou M. for Grew. C. Ur
M W b y b olbg 1 1 ISa L am mft
""tbom moelommi t I bWor "BMW* Myself a
49 ftoft ft" 8" am* raf to now ft" so "0710"m ft #~~)r a **%mam newommot a b". &w t* Cft mar" 1. -~
be nkftn qponl V % we gem PLOQWA owl. N h dwe" it we "a mokm Me at 19K I IMIN if -
..4m wesm." W"11, im o sm WW! Mr. am b a"60 d utwo ftbqibg Lw 1w~
00 tow sen vwv Wa "Opom ror ormr a" beh an (TIOUPIS "go") MOM d So N&W W Am o d u s 1cs
'80 Arh *US ObW "I U&P Oak We I* be soft wbu tm Nom No 8 49 WNW&* cbb%, Nd pa b seas I Nckft the ownot an
"nwft 4*md ow VO sjomkL OpONVAN oo faeow U a &a 40 b owafte ad soopma to. his 00*vt :L
*Oft$. Wwas ad dW& AM vbW we pe SM t Ilwoo a*, s & pbmV So WON up of ob CHAL
A VV r* WM MP WWO *"A *Aft" Wb1*W M, O WA I 1 1 490M O aWW ftw be o m wo som ------
maw- "van 11 ad Poup n NOW ON6" bmw ukrodfi. I ts" this whaRL- -

Till GA.

LI ~mw

'5-_ 1914- -.4



Was Held Wedncs.
I the Tabernacle.



Little Business of Importance
Transacted by That Body.


I Davis Made Address of
I, l elf of City, Which
by Practical Talks by
l ment Speakers.
Btdlence gathered in the
I .l t night to hear the
dr-es of the Florida
I was presided over by
Oitaknfll of Mclntosh, presl-
SFlorida Live Stock Asso-
Seated beside him upon the
were Col. R. E. Davis of
Dr. Andrew Sledd of the
and Prof. F. G. Schell of
r, secretary of the Cotton
Oaitsklll, after regretting that
was too unwell to be pres-
Col. Davis.
vDais maid that as Mayor
was tdlaposed, the pleasant
h ii bee assigned to him of
thqB e lx attendance to
O4iaeavlie welcomed
la ly. He truded the meeting
'iMl be one of gret benefit to the
The chairman then emphasized the
6ot that the prosperity of the famer
iB the prosperity of the State, and
.Hat even in the stock buslneep the
t of farmers are needed, for the
al of products for the feeding of
is as important as stock raising
He Introduced Dr. Sled. who
to speak of agriculture in the
Sledd said In part that the Uni-
is a part of the public school
f the State. The aim of this
is to serve the people. For
the public schools of the
States have not been fully
their obligations to the gen-
public. According to the cem-
tf 1900. of the 29.000,000 persons
ten years of age engaged In
occupation., 10,400,000 were
g agricultural pursuits, or
IJr cent.
Federal Government early
the interest, the first ac-
hung taken even in the time of
Washington. In comparative-
t times this interest in the
I education -in the education
re and the mechanic arts
grown greatly. The first ap-
for the distribution of
wa, made in lh54. The depart-
I fw was established In 1862.
oaee done a magniflcent serve
1J| e country.
m the program was an ad-
JB Mr. OGataklll on the Florida
bek Assoeiation.
m gnll g other things that
cattle had been Introdnued
of the assocatiou. The

Pay-Roll of the City Did Not Seem as
Large as On Former Occasions.
Chief O'Neill Makes Recommenda-
tions for Fire Department.
The regular monthly meeting of the
City'Council was held Monday even-
ing, when the following were present:
President Broome; Aldermen Bunch,
Cannon. Mixson, Webster and Witt-
The minutes of January meettag
were read. and upon motion of Alder*
man Misson approved.
The report of the marshal r
T79,20. and report of the collector for
$642.29, for licenses and water rets
$1.835.33. were received and ordered
The following bills wee examined.
found correct and ordered paid:
Cemetery fund-Mrs. H. H. NoM
Creary, for sexton. $36. Prlattig had
-Dally Sun. 91. Fine and Cost fnd
--. T. Arnow, $31.20. Street fud-
!Baird Hardware Co.. 60; 0. 0. Wea
ren, assigned. $49.50; W. & MeDowaU.
$135; J. M. Dell amsigea, 414;
Benson & 80. $9.; J. M.Dell, I
signee, $87.50; GalteavUlle Oa &
trick Power Co., $.I; J. M. Doll a SCit
nee, 30.50; J. Boo $t 14 OIa
ville Foundry & Maeklen Wtl.l
$18.26; W. IL. Thomma O .. N1; ..
H. Heeman, :$ C. C. WS ar MeI.
Offices' hfnd-. LItA, SW ..
Arnow, $40; J. M. RDl, 4. VhI
fund-J. A. Naftar, 14; aSmhet
Gas & rectril Power Oa. I.4M1 W.
R. Thomasu 60 ts; 9. 0 iJ ,
$7.75; Hose o va No. o1. W
pose Company .No. A, J. IL AWs.
$40; J. 0. oLe". h'4 Dam -h a
Co.. So eats;: I'L O'A.. o
Saunders A it$W, t U. X4 Ife
-Galaelle Gas & maels iw
Co.. $25.1 Wate Werts b t iM
fund- a 0. Pe rW, 1; IL. XP.
$318.; T. iT ?; ,. 8. h
Iaung Ca. $ ;14" ; IId I li
ing C., SN{ .f:fa .
L. c. Orony. lSW W: Ik Tr. i ,SII
Gainewftlle VGAA a M
Work, OUI: nuwI0 b Pabn A
Cofl Co., M4t1 5. l aM
Co.. M9.s1; A. ll, IH. 3 .
Alderman Wa ap r f
payment of tMh|.| hq a
Machine C ompa, a e
on the crusher. h* by I MMW
out of the z9l2e0l 4 aI, ed.
proved. MeoLt ~prd .*
The bi of W. B. Thbmes Os wr
1.90.0S, was a innmo seduie
chairman of the ibe aet oa lwsA e
approval and endoer S. ,
The matter of ad1ms d*SVU 4
Uiberty stret, betWme I ai1
the 0 & 0. depot, wa Nrmr i *eIs
the committee as el atea I rI
the city attorney ald n1rS,
I-pon motla of Alderme D

n-L ot yet determined Both the replacing of- ma 1 oari e"L
I~ msad adverse reports wre the ,trets wsu refeed to the iei
|raioved. The adverse report committee.
b i option, due to the rane Complalat pf I. C. Lych I&#
IB Forlda being difrent ater on his lot was re fted *e
0f the origlatl boaw of .,ktrt committee an d e d tt y.
A cow in a new countr' Aldermaa Web er mer tto I
te o learn bow to mLak em ery ctmat gt report ola I
in artulear a cow halt r ,m tUe lad4 10 eovera perds Iyfr
la aaptingi itlf t I s last port to Mar L IN.
3n*3* Itinao carried.
Lm blas Itroduced Aldenrma Webter amed to re!
SO a m addre rider the vote tke a m o usi i m enS
c.m l an Hoati e, to chlaie ti the Ica
b orers the stm ImA the aevramsi sa04 abd N ete0 a
the ruit sad trUlk I.rd, and s md ea AmrAnm
the th a ad b.t-r the tter wa reerred to
4d-tt farmr. romitte of Ide to be a ppetaUd1
'ab a0d& asd the 09t)oA I r..ra .. t oaMn arrned. aad

-' -ur thel COeeeftb
ow rimed that .omh
aI the Mtat -
tin& aOd that
POX p M4 bed beft

IJ c a ) CatLI
*5 ;5 h-C'~ I W A
in le~a-4H


the ;rse idea apiwitoled AlblIr
Webt.t-r Mad Cams. m the cmaS
tee t(i ItIIgt Mad it
Aidfums Wigs" wP"vd tW tthel
may nt be ro'.jIe's-I ....%.
ofF X gx iifr oe" Vags1 ad Oar-
4"g otreewto "..-d oN USthe ae #A
the pr4"'O of ifs awNOW Macke
CnmpI&IV..! b a bees mad.me. t
the trlebr;'b-rjt s6l t ol"P"'U OW"
j" fasted t, tb tres. l.e #NOW
u,, rvfrrrv4 to the .l1 C .

rvlIW to tko 40 .. of lb e **dw
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ba Wr *"t aw to be eam. Spe Ad- "WW&180.at weeSdse

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t(r we bwa Si~at t avaia te

amauT rOM the* 60 th QUM

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tm ta o mr anat of I"Wleekwe
Alirte bine WL -~~ ~r wr wrr on

be UCn of Wes amIbeft *% SWWy
85th.mad bp0m0pb am* ue

tos mow" ame in* ama
vw Va at aWaft* as now

"m who* NUr

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mm' IN soft --mm by r
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not"b- -w altera
itsret ~ y
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*s 'busmear0 aeat

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somu*.rahaa tem
m* bowS The M MgLoS.

vbf vm eo /k at T mw

bbvb bm shuded to volt.
fridy a ah, Ohms a uLr
hem. he bandW
v the hiasbwmobh al th
ptee#r Ilehe Iua theC

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poep at skv lweyerwe
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soerso@vm 6m Ve am
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as bOmeletj Ub w Monleu

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sWM OfIe" 3*., b.a. 4.4f. I.

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alvr. fr adua yeanr. be wee Is
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A t or apportlomemt, $.-
W.L. Rate per Sjpl, 38 ents.
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HUtaboro ..........
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Puberty .......
Madison ..........
Marton ...........
Maree .........
Namu ............
Omae ...........
OQese ...........
PNIaSo .........
Polk ..............
Patnam ........
t. Joha .........
St Lode ..........
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Waitr ..........

Wajhlata .......
Tobls ......

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3.068 .


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1,377.50 U
471.20 I
1,162.04 *
638.52 .

. 1068 405.84
S1.274 484.12
.. 2,396 872.10.
S821 311.98
S858 386.04
. 3,206 1,217.90
. 1,637 62.0
. 1,617 481.44
S400 18.40
.. 1,7N 49.04
. 1,145 436.10
S,913 1,16.94
. 9 M26.4
2. ,t2 n0.3
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. 1.869 T01.0
. 3,2l6 89.5M
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a .. .. ....... .. 4,507.42
Dl. It fted mnt appareme. $".go

La Grip dO pfesomenla.
Prisy'sHomer ad To cum .is
wb" 0wu m sd pro vato psen
maews, erOOM a" but lt.gemlue in
the yello wpakage. J. W. MaCollum

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lJto was robbed
robbers secured

Ri fli are experfitlle
and there Is talk of

Bank of Jacksonville
Dil name to the Ilarnett
Ia honor of its founder.

. Armsntrong, 91 years of
,lead In Jacksonville last
*, 0)0 to St. Luke's Hospi-

.waa visited by a $10,000 fire
morning. Cronor's llv.
ad carriage shed were

i olM the port of Pensacola
moath of January reached
of nearly $3,00.04,4. the
ever attained in the history

morning Glen St. Mary was
by a terrific thunderstorm.
strp k the house of Mrs.
RDaA nd partially paraly.
,Bt um Dad,.

Spettt lO been sent tr, the
g bVhim to :,)lce
b'la atml river for the
of a large area o'
Saearn tbif.

'. Mr. Math y of Barasota received
'l ad.r lat week for a box of
.sa ees to be shipped, to Tacoma.
aCl~hlntoo. They were shipped by
,lo. s, the charges being $11.45.

George A. Alba assumed the dutilu
St postmaster of St. Augustine on
[.bruary 1st, relieving M.r. Clarence.
ro, who has been acting-pohtmast.
since the death of I'o. tmr~i.,r H. J.

IThe 1Unlted Phosphate Co. Is the
of a new corporation being
ed with Jacksonville as the princl-
plaee of business. The capital
of the Incorporation will be

beautiful Jewish synagogue in
ville has been purchased by
Christian Bcientists for $10.000.
Jewish congregation is now plan-
to erect a new synagogue to cost
tees than $20,000o.

negro members of the Masonic
at Bellealr are on trial charged
the murder of one of their fellow-
SWill Pattersmn. last July
ebarged that the six men formed
pracy to kill Patterron.

made I)ti' of the r!'hr-t
Sla Penacola th th oher night
Skaown-ln that city. The-y i--
Iforty-four pieces of silver. \alliel
from the honle of R FV
o, Wet (G ,onlZhz str..et

seetieg of the 8econli Conzr.t

'.d~siW8 Lazy JUnigj~rJl
X&y bf diY A Uretiliver. ofa $00010
liver. Itwoad b lx a stupid as we "l a-
Savage thluxr te4 l, t : w(%" o i.tar% 'i
mrn bica I n hi.. -wik. N4, I sda bwol x
iD mtro'tIng Cv to t.rplid Iver iti A Safe BIrwl su$ Murdere
a great lRistai~o to 17whit with tli? e ; 2 17w
dmrstlc drugs. Atorp:j lvor Is butI) Brsak Frrm Fu 'Towee.
bodly whoua' ( Ut- i arn- wtiry Nith ( N- r:
organs of andn if:l un ndzrltiitr L 11i' t
thc Inin %orA',r ornier and we ho-w
quic%!y your livr wiU. bewomn acv". After in OA WY 0IRO Out of
Dr. l'iir're's GAden iModa[hl Di-wiover Tie
has made iiativ n lrvrle i4a cizrIs of I Their 'Ii. en rSVrI B'r 0
double* Iy% its %ioderful control of tb- Window* In CO~ uM Let Them
organ's of di-2-,llOnl and nmittaiun,. It,.r-

stnrNs the normal activity of the stomach.
increases the Wcretious of the blood-mak.
Ing glands, cleau.se the system from p)l-
sonous accumulatlolns and so relieves the
liver of the burdens Impoed upon It by
the defection of other organs
If ou have btteror bad taste n ta msor-
laI. portr able apeUtt coated tWeaO
tool breath sis or Irrtalar bowels
tfee weak. tlred. poadet fr Mert
bekdacbhn plan dls small lf hebs
gnawing or dist nh la stomachK
perhaps ouns e *rt sta IM
throat ufter HtaEn. d a ktM i arm
of weak stomach sad atorpid UI M
n win l* rllol roe iore eemmsn ei r

at moe ti and el ot olsi o t ed veror
blltousne ad wak stomAna Avoid all
hot broad and blacta sul dal sems and
other IndimtSlble foo sad d takes the elOd
Medical Dia cory rwualaari W d mk to Ist
am until you tr vlfoer usa tma
The *6Dlcovm'I to se-se****i Mai -
bollc. toa lytcto utrsct of asatU set
nal tota with a full Ils *of 1 tIgettl t
printed o each btch motUew i d st- M
under oath. Its Iman lts e ea w ed
and extolled by the mu s ea-tdat odal
writers of the Ire sd a eu smae4 t
cure the dise tor whkcb h It advised
Dun't accept a substitute a O mkwni
competition for this aoaM-suae amom
1r IUows cousMarUom.
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Glenm i ampton are dV eton ot t
mew corporaUtin.

\\. S. Bothwell, a Southern Exprss
nle stinger on a Georgia bputtbhwr ad
Florida train, had both ls eat of
by the train on Thursday, and dWd
from the cffecta of theo Ilty Priday.
lothwell attempted to jump aboard
his car at Bwing, a station about
twenty miles north of t. Georg bat
missed his bold and fI bmeah the
wheels of the car. He is a m of
Dr. T. W. Bothwell of Webnm. He
was hurried to JackanvtBe wad pkeP
ed In St. LAIuke's HRspItO death IO
Ing In a few boors to relev his mne
Willam W arwick rd who wII be
the manager of the dMtlk h tm h t
will shortly beeta I Thuag,
arrived a t Wety luta t r. Mr.
Ford Is a us a t 0 Wde Erelaset b
tile raetine oft d ruawihe, Ilh g
lowed tUW* ow pr M" ras
lie already has Witl im a o0m
birds and thew wrl bo flloweida a
short tim with aboat thirty MeA
The birds that a MW her are of
the pure Bouth Atrlea steLk, plekd
for their bardloies ad ood Wbld.
,n(Il are probably dtbhe et l 'of
birds in the eoamtry.-hTaUp T'le.

lilnry Nielsom. aged 10 yes a In
of N. NielMta of PeO aeola, was
almOut In14tanUy klNei by befa ruI
o%\.r by a train. The boy, yhe. with
4 nn t,.rr of other, had been patlmg
,n a t*ooil rmankmnM t sri the

DiMtIct Executive Ce1nnlel1( v rttttDpIAd to boad a mevhng
ee called for Fehruary 11th to train. As he jumped Itec a b a
Ijg I the parlors of the' ArasL i I e aht ca one foot caught Ume the
aFIs Jackmioivllle. The 1 :'% track. thrlmlng himn. The oter f140
a Comittee is to M.tCI ontI h 'tl
'31" auht the cear and Mhe boy*& IvuW
.gntUs we-re allywlmt torn fIs the body
On gmnery of C J. llurn 4T tilwpforet the fIo tind rthe trak be,
ws destroyed by fritv -nrl% canio r..lcri-o4 The body we& te
WCini.Dg. It was one ? 0!mo''igrag4 fvor dMAD4e. The be?
uIre that has vilaaie'I a,; Iflt t ot, the bhoiltal. but beore
I emeoti me. Tbh total ri'j' dni thore ded. the or p.
7.w Idat $20000. with 1tkm of the body betas 'a*twin#
imalmed that life rn ImpoeIe.

-Isinl lumber dealers of'ittTe me ow ro
Su'gaaiaed W Jack. IQultman. Ga. msaCs: Pm
lEchaagev. whbl iwan the Dewro barber* whe w"s
Obe Of much beucift (IpIesteitan m~P-vOgfl"of heas the NmW-
The euCang e will d.r (d MUIe Imwvsa, Alle a tOr..,
rruwrd o the shl-i). Vla. was OKbo to death her
~alsf~l"sihtTb' pafkIlaf' a.
and publias ean utii rem n ..te. seta

-o r his yeeJ. of !,; .y. ,6a *cb Cesu~r I agasmdth
Hoe At Punt&&a M&sa lb. prnd west Sd
a nPstnwte at Carlg x d sd est lat10140 tO VAthe
I mArb Outu liee W0 oWis '
Poo va~u nrter row'l v N ) had a halt. s9104ut 1.
*l4sick 7.'bs..ay 'tta
6'tsrWr4Italy 7%# sW CM 0s0a tsh
hind d'-.d melinda) i ~stA b, th" plW *bd the winS h
NA t r upsafdOe holt
~~tlot t jo 4 nyfn It.. lThe rei SS~
km hz gw'pr~ #,or bofvn or*#a' tt.S Avwt'fh1.lNO
it to0 I r ,f 1t1 'e'ad 4f 't.fv S that to
-5 Lrfl ~ ppd 'A~~s f39 tlV *.eaek*
rwh btre tt w4e tfs5

s So s r 7* Jl w eMM that Ci't how h
at Ul SM Mhosthem the"0 b* h

selve* to Qrsnd by 1umketa.
Atlanta, N~b. 4-oiM Harler, un-
der death atmeeO fr kWkxlb il ."o' her.
i of Honry o "Uty, sM Omer 11,1r.
s, haraw with 84k %Owing. wal
e4 SeMintml a m askilous esc0ap%
from #aVtr ousaty jAd Nadu), np

Harper aad urtarM W, Stoseparate
Odl. but j tho t e OW Harper's

wa looked. Te % OWU, which eo.
sLoee boa Mae Ui &&a
After gett lag j latale twrir In a
yeteIoep mam.' the sawed out
%ue MWd "rs hm e a w on the
Ia fdeo a*f th oft mg* W of the
jXl MA W4emeL 4M~M'by tying
tou blaWS uSOBOhse
Ws lua uJailr Ais rowa paw
6 the eo d at 8P eaft ya rs.
W& be qroWotl 0t Upyt was

At I Wok* W o Set6 'ift v
ed as pulsuweft WaMe and li
ovuiesda sowed veA1 two bar.
had m aIWd at ur blankets
tied1law law F% we still hawn
LN from so Moe d doW.
"We jwbuem WOmy 6overithe
meape os they soy aderstavA
6e" a pulgomerW&sout @Whs cell AMd
hem VAt the $NO *"It sawtim
te bar al bet cIM a caM.
7b" WOdaOf 00 f h get Sat the Oft
Wue have Id GiAM from other


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l-9GfT A~lnl TBB


om of Genera Interst atfb.
ered by Oar 'eporte,


What Has Happened and What ts
GOln to MHaen Teld In utert Par-
Sp o eTt hteo Who Rune Ma
to-e- It In The wn.

M / JA. pee o f Alseeas spot yee.
i, t sdiay t aile mo binatoeas
Miss RoleRve it Righ P lo
is the olty as vslt to f4atVrr.
W. Roberts o LaCrese was a
basiaes visitor to GOaiaevlle yester.
T be T hopartu Oo. of Alachu
a vi 80o bl so eed peane for
_ ale. 0.
C. C. Roadtree was a t thedty
S rom his bornes Orange Ifeghts ye

p Mrs. Loom )osaely of Hit"
$Otiggs pahept yesterday in tWy

Sthuia city.

as aamo w ose who spent yast e
d y In thUedr.

lar home o this ity, after a pleasant
5 /st f to trts la High Spri ikl .
S iends of Manger Va Alles, of
The t W Hase, are glad wtoe aibm
oa -at, att" r havtig been coamted
to be bd with Va grippa Mr. Van
Sia ery npopar wit th t (ti elI
publish sad has been mlseed'u t I
S o fthse i few dayS*
S eputy ShIlm 3, Marclmyr of

wP *rfoedbohrm Sef tos se
a Aiety yeeitgrday. HO e

,I aia h e is lta be"0t St
Ssbkoe Jw Olanrea
Sm easN b w of lrea, sd

a h, ttWPeAeda s St, MA

yVnes. r s e retd o ais

,rn hat Nis bea afr a vit. mat
Stao ai swie will hm
ow ef asm hbe is pt a o wt t
a-w hem ant aM u PIe5
WB. ow ort w oA bb
oa w-s e. a 0bs le llA ao
ohm Newn *m *mww o uW

seral am srk er a sat L so
SL Os 4I #a 14 a that l at
tihe eeets tsem opi 14th as we-l he
seas by hib b wi thi h'
S eMr. WlaNaf the R a" edsfi
S Yi PriY Ean M M MJr,

ShobaM hea Ube std e w r p

kW. T. Walr has re ta eto Msr
em at mis. fte alo eares

K (M to bift Is this telty
amW. J. He MA "Im ade oaf
ebteevdlL to hs t on e n
W,. S W ates r hs tau rto his

eity Ntao atY Made rth *N atr
home at bm a rae a p len
isit tao yin wife n thvin t i tte.
W. I t-dg sed ml. Ma mle of

L ewt A. weu ctman eheaet woe satt

esr ioa th ethi frt on butesrse

v Sa. rat of beosa wa sP Hte
city Medoay ahd sdpet since ta
Wate hii aai renewg i os er

'^ IHoM al lTakanael a plqleae

eWtn a. Ho-a and (M. Ma t. Wat

e te lea. an d- N N t May

-n has r~ to thoeb em'
o. B Fesage ad thtes aUd u ed
ry, a trts of hun of tofhe A-
dab *mson. wowe ammgd the who
spent ytsrdg trdintf this dty.
W. C. H ol ad Menoluaw. M. D
ryan. wo I thein etre If Itag
yesterday. The brer to se of the
Itading paaitrs t aW eee o
the e ty
J. J. Hiemasl th av l e ses op
Wesa ao of uwm and 1T0 aIs
arrtvied i the at ea s bretW v5 *io

eowrmtag eon.
C. L Kilt for the past three yean
the estci t eight ker dof the elty.
and a mna who has perwrmed bhi
duUe IutiWally. wthbot tfar ad
without favr. alws t keehta the
ptsee o the cty, a -eoee himself
to the Issu as a ea-ddate tr mar*
shaL Mr. Kito a y a masn of *
eeptimal charetr. Sfarle ad sar.
ad wMI so doubt ade a rod ruan
a his fried w l proW te l to him
As e cleverty eaee to tMs mnowe
WAS n may

afd 6th, pwdii 6t,'lr,
rebewry 18th aod lth. Q. I aay
Nrw York Racket lator, Nwberrt,

H. Chltty .h reuribd from
Jackamn ille, where be wo alpd di
aooe.at tf t tllMe i ie b thbr,
Arthur it Th latter as b been
suferhlsg as l with is gItpp. for
mhe pat feow 41y
Srivods ot i&er Boulwaie,

Joe Mvana w Wobe gli tos aram
t" at is a 1t la"ed to re-we
imf d satm, ftr haofil D- oomaloed
to her bd ith la rppe fo a eral

T. r. a R A. NiO t ad O Dr. .
o I Howel it NatheIy er* a t"
lty yestersry. ? ltter Vwa here
t thoert of a but ro ad n th
*ttwW Abf uld, a I "eared be.
ofe the Board of Oouaty Comm$i-

0. T. K"arWd. th Uveryaa of
Newberrye was aemo thoe who
.peat yesterday thois 1y4. Mr.
Kenard w for masy yean a reetl
dent of Oasine le, sad his frleMa
here wll be Ilad to learn that he

tee tiualoe ua Tebeau baebal

yrerdy, Iwdn.l 1a"O"lt a ry
aur the 'lbe the sore betlg 7
to 10, The e wwas fat and rap-
py, sand etjoyi by those who

wttIeeed t t.
Amoag te prominent isitOr to tohe
Sawaty *epa al weterday was Hoe. T.
A. Dohlo 0t6 tI Mr.Dohke tat
t 0t tha Mahr a his k option ha
as q s rool tor ta past two or
hree.~n p, t th, the emrsu have
aet e damamme to aay ~tet
W.O. Uietee has yielded to the
pWhsemg o his f9 e mm! Mad w ll be
a d"tetotAr esEUt a the m a oo
0 MS\d iot h1 pese to st
hlr.lor the el sad huis a
triedtoaod'rk Got Ma rt-sni-d I'tT
. J6 .RSPeAbw a his m the
dity fetetaity. Me eafs to -e his
bother, o J Bala Who Lta beea

sat that th e De arehe m be

Lp 'o. mamll o et gf wir Ia she
Syeseaterda. The -----er wl ae

esenI lemmbari s he asia

Bet I Nest Gmlasvill, at amI1pl
& wadk p eeb to be a shI
nmw lmeetow a oud td

At s ala mm ea tuma teh t 'bel
n t m t asftft, t d4a
r, naWM& pied to be s hh*
Or an n m" no In h"m an
8 at II o'eloek a. .aad t, rthe
l dth bemngeso aldmnmy at #A0
W. Court st. The department
-opdd pmptmp but It wo a r es."
ar -o wet the hom.
J. A. Goedwlm the clever tet
agent of It AtlatiO Coast Une, wa
t am eutraordtoary goo hLmor ye
trd, by rens of the ft that
seemed In solang to one, party, tim
manager of the Doat Duieo Mi*.
strUts twenty-oen thouaad-mte books.
Th sale aloe amea n to m ore tha
555. aud Agent Goodwi t be am-
ratnDated in akins the alet.
Th teIhar' metlg the irst
FPe- teinPa Sunday scool was held
at th home Of tM Dr. S 1L Tebh

noes. The meeting was ell battered.
a-d a peat deal d t istIreet was maiu
tfoted. The reptrA ef the vartios
tr aber M ohe school showed inas.a
4 aedarao Ua and terest ad alto.
ether the moettg was a miot em.

renwverta from a feet Ullnes Mrs.
Wodta I a daughter o Co. W. M.
Ive, who wa we knowa i the arly
dars of tb his t and who died amp
yearw as fro the deta of wouds
reetived in the Semnl. IndlUa war.
Mr. and Mrs W. J. Deby. who have
bhen rseMava at M Alabus avens
bav moveTd Ito 4e Weet Maln
sWat &. DIr. and Mrs. ASerman
have meved lato te b ouse vcated
by Mr. aed M Drnb. wnte Mrsa
Hema Chead and Amiy are now
pas tUy Wora o the how e valt
d by Dr. AJdwun. 7?l Alaebas
avaee K
Mr sand Mr W. AL L mg Io der

pe thaer dsq 4 W04ese ad
me1t lem- a te N sII e T u t-- m
phso" t h C elt oma*

ft "0 ds a* %b aeI
fku",s'fu* ubftmmwe amer

r.a'd uuad he thlsb
rvee a da ob, in Wbih
Sa Althfal and edldet
S r. Kite has many friends
bre tD will- stand by him is this

JoaV Thrswday's DaVu ,%un:
Ml. 5, T. MaeFarland has return-
4 troM Oakland.
Mrs. Inma Pope of Trenton Is in
the'/t,~1b guest of relatives.
Jlt e B. T. Henderson of Newber-
ry wa among the visitors to this city
P'. Irwin, the merchant of Pair-
ba-, was daqmg those who apean
yiragy in Gatnesville on business.
R. W. .Clark of Hague was In the
eoty yqsorray. He called at The Sun
ose d4 renewed his subscription.
C. V. MeQueen of lomoks and Jesse
L Ora and son of Jonesville were
viitor to the county capital yester.
J. P. O'Del. agent for the Tampa
and JasaonvllHe railroad, Mtlonopy,
was trasactlg business in this city
Ms. MoRae of McRae, Ga., and
Misa Woqldrilde of Tampa, are in the
city, the pleasing guests of Miss Lo-
lls Colelogh.
A..B. McCleuny, a clever young
buasiea man of Cadillac, is In the
city, having come on a combined busi-
ness and pleasure trip. *
Mrs. Arthur Connell left yesterday
for Lyaehburg, Va, having been called
o aeoont of the death of her hus.
band. rads of the lady sympathize
deeply with her.
Juaettl J. L. tokes of LaCrosse, one
of the rost widely kaown young men
In hs setlon of the onunty, was in
the eity Tuewday, and made The Suwn
an appaislted call.
A. U. Hiteary olf ,Btston was
amoas t&oe who spent yesterday in
OQladeivDe. Mr. Hlleary Is now en
Sp- a the a h business, and is
maklag o'od thing.
9. i' mauley, bookkeeper for mth
ODutlon.m ate Compeay at older,
Bae reatoud to his hobe after a
pleoat vi. t to his mother, MrsM.
2 0yI t his f ty.
IL Q. ~-, of High SIlngs, who
has berl a9 the hoem of is daugh
tMr. KMr .. Anew, In this city,
hr ae tIme ham mdemtly recover
ed to, I* OR up t
a W. lewr, matem t avwrce
eemstery has bes omensed to bis
-M W ar t1he l wee by states.
It to spe hodh wllbe a to re
e" M48 dts I ia a few daa.
namr eeary, who be beer on
eed t o hina fdo tohe ast eve
s with typhoed fwer, aIs very
e better. He sBo able to sit
p a 0aort while each day ad tae
aeMd food.
A. D. Jernig and wife are at
bem after a bridal tow extading
as hr West as New Oreas. Mr.
Jeratns was married to Mis Nina
Maiden at MUlgan a few days ago.
They are reeerlvil the congratulations
Stheir friends.
W. Perryman of Jadopn, a well-
kaew farmer of that aeekda. wasu I
the city Tuesday. He made The mun
an agreeable al, renewing his sub
srtiptoa. Mr. Perrytan states that
the fame of the Weet had are pre.
paring ar their eros
Miss Iesa ad Master Charles
Huater have retarded rom WIldwood.
where Uthey n--ajUedl t remaaia
and attad the teral fat their aste
hther. Wi J.J. Ret. Mrs.. Hater
ew s grief and hisee wa not
ask a mcomlasYr the remaiJn.
Mrs P. 8. Weoh of Lake City ia
vL.;tlg at the Univerdty barracks
her dagBhter Mrs. N. os. who tI

special term, opened at 9 o'clock
Wednesday morning. Judge Wills pro-
The morning session was consum-
ed In settling of pleading, when at
noon the court adjourned until 9
o'clock Thursday morning.


Jabk Brown Arraigned in Justice
Court, But Releaed on Bond.
Deputy Sheriff W. M. Burch of Mic-
anopy was in the city Tuesday, having
come on official business.
Offier Burch stated that on Satur-
d~ night he arrested Jack Brown,
blored, whom it s alleged was con-
detcid as "blind tUr" at his home
in Misaopy.
Brown was arranged no' Justice
Smith's court, but was released under
a boad 1 9se for his appearance at
the net regular trm of the circuit

Reseptioo At Meeonepy.
MiMaropy, Feb. 6.-Hoe., A. U. HIl-
mry., exshertff of Alachua county.
tedered a .reception to a number of
his friends a few evenings recently.
This function was eminently suc-
caeful arrangements having been
perfected nl every detail, and the
evening was greatly enjoyed by all
those present. Seven of the guests
received souvenirs of the occasion.
Thi affair will long be remembered
by those fortunate enough to have
shared the host's hospitality, and par-
ticularly so by those receiving souve.

Death oe Mrs. Peurnier.
Information ha been received in
tks cty of the death of Mrs. Elisa-
both lPrtn er which occurred at her
hbo ton West Have, Conn. friday
of the past week.
Deceased has spot a great deal of
her te here and wa well known.
ahe was the motherinlaw of Mrs.
Potrer formerly Miss Calle Easter.
Its. of Gaineevllle.

bought ra Persnew.
Deuty beriff One. W. LJvhlgsta
of Newberry wa In the city yoeter
Mr LUvtiLston mae to bring John
Jeobas. colored, who was convcted in
Jaustce HetdeN's court at Newtbr.
ry upos a charm of mealt and
sCteawd to sh months In the -ganl**
JoMhas1 s mow in alL. and will be
takes to the ame at Duamellon

highTeed COtereW We-eUg..
There was a higtoed weddiga t
*olored sotm y at Oreae hfrk hay.
th* ort mparrtee bef Abe
Vrmas and Wtls irrtn&. mo j J
TIc wu4t was ar* stteds
fmMe*a See k as d e s smses of the
mes1no e e "M obw med reel
- ot et a IRol

for him, and It cured his hore all
right, and he goes of now like a eolt.
"We had a horse that had iweeur
awfully bad and we thoUMh It vaa
never going to be any good, but we
used Bloan's Liniment and tt outd t
up nicely. I told another MigMgr
about it and he said It was tbe, gt
Liniment he ever used.
"We are using Bloan's Bfe Ooe
Cure and we think It s.all right "
A. D. BRUCB, Aurelia la.

A Valentine Masquerad.,
From Thursday's Dally us:
The Baptist Young PeopW ft
Ion of this city iat antltpael v
a great deal of pleaMur t VaI
tine masquerade, whtak wil be
at the home of Rev. Uad Mm.
Roers on the evreuif of So 141
A good Utime geerj .'y Is -.
and all member of the Unale oWoee.
dially invited to be preeet.

Subeerlbers on rwral fro eWMf
reotes a Md ma thear aU- -
by the dl carrmer. ira mw
dare The Sn on a rom a
alo eed money by th eaa .


Photography today ta an -ouemm
a=d soetal neceity in every -
Ity. It maintains the mem o a
affections of family life theko t
picture It makes. and wmlb W eo4M
not now do without. How ofe is
ret expressed that me pleta etkL
of ome friend or relaetV w w I bg
loeur with us! gImslmem, 1ed%
the camera ha to atinfs 6Ms 0
acrednes of the eath ba-WM rM
whoe relatives feel tlU that ap eM
aIn amc clrcumd s a a is
xem at all Do Uot K l^
Be wie and "mourn t h ag-' O
the iubmanoe taes.
to maene gt amlee k m btM


WANTED-.G4od mllkar. A. L .Tl
WANTED-Oo d ~ arem u
row. good boos and L h 4MR M
ni all for brretle psr 0,W
_Atan. HawtboMra". IL a t. g.

IGO-P, e c nC. bodla s uK.
11 afor II. c ksr a

r..w u at er Iio
lanm. rEblMaB Ph.

4ttmtio Is called to the change of'
4adtrtisement of the (Olasevile Bot- Rev. DA' ; Pi4,$ ylqE w eolor.
flng Works, J. B. Brooks, manger. ed preaoep iO wtas ar.
This old- and reliable establishment teestd4J wJaekari ibgoa.m Ia-
manufacture the celebrated Univer- strujctons from t autbort-
alty brand df soft drinks, and enjoys tie of this city, Oad he to. behind
a One trade throughout this section the bars of the Alaebus ofnty Ja.
of the State. They have just erected charged with fgett...
and moved Into new quarters, and, If the allepstlUeao t forth I the
with new and modern machinery, are warrant for /i freet, VlrhfI wa
in pdlition to compete with the largest sworn out by J. iarltare re, Rev.
and best bottlers of the country. Prtoe has certailylw ,A .ib -l- tpt
Sa tangle, as It Is al, t he bu gt.
THE CIRCUIT COURT. ed the names of a li olim or more
persons to amotp at the oltti aSnk,
Special Term Convened Tuoeda)--Two Harris beting amed tSe ,sMb* vio-
Camee Disposed Of.iatey er tlse .
From Wedneday's Daily: alleged forgery, ri et KI Jacik-
The special term of the Circuitt goevlle, and whae it i!oane
Court of the Eihth Circuit, In and for that he was JIaon k Y i*s, U.ar-
Alachua county, Judge J. T. Wills rest followed by Ibuotauons of
presiding, was called to order at 9 Sheriff L. W. FennelL
o'clock Tuesday morning, and after Deputy Sherli I. C. Walker w t to
the selection of a jury the following Jacksonville after the pSo#ar, rturm.
cases were disposed of during the log Wednesday.
day: Price will be Wgives o prelbina
B. F..Hampton vs. Atlantic Coast hearing Friday in Jdge Ma-
Line, unlawful entry. Verdict of re. on's court.
storation and $10 damages for the 'i
plalntff. HOW I CURKDY AND
In the afternoon tne case of Joel. HOW I CURE. AN
Malphurs vs. John R. Malphurs, eject- Fi
meant, was brought up. which resulted "I want to tell yop me
In a verdict for the plaintiff. of our horses thatJ0 We
It Is understood that there are had the horse doctAt 4e said
twenty-eight civil cases on the docket, It was so bad that he 6 l"t think
which will be disposed of before the he could cure it, and dMi nt some
present term is adjourned. again. Then we trieo $loa' tni
The court will convene again at 9 ment and it cared it up nely.
o'clock this morning. "One day last4pring I was plorwg
for a neighbor who had a home with
The second day of the circuit court, sweeny, and I told him about Sma's
S .i - Ilm t and ha haA m t a r) tlo

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