Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: February 8, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01199
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1908


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Fdlu ~amimbus I 'Mion atM ek sewcabinet to T pu a NW Bl g aidL iKiug
rd to rpresion ad am .roman 09 016 Ali
ass ~ ~ On" We~rtt u, bbO SMM&,WhC1k6S KKWI
bMots torsity vears h" h8A a
I offle sot the @ntty. Trne
OF W oA ENTAILED 'ulty Isr ortd twrom everywhere HE WAS HEAVILY INVOLVED
In We Inter Ur, wW Usbon, bwAhing
1WWWj Oo blny hi nscw yP*eh.:l l eftnd Jdmsnt for Large Gums
lme Osskplsisly rned.-41re I 70Ro" aTmIos" oePcuoui on a *H Been tered Against the
arl Ruoodensee SOiW WhLh Dra w 6 0 00 10 O (te S0i ths fy f kor-41 t Is Thewgh He May Have
NOW PO.s from twr a W o T1 el a la.panses &*wCrl Ithtcdent$ son urc,
[as 51Vnk hase of Me @C11919 through
Pa.. rob. whIM th e oqtispassing way beNow York, leb. ?--t~.N (h F\b. ooe.
N'hflo ia"Cy""yIa b lragude won an at as ends oudn.I ffor ( (aara W.. M-; rtormeriy
00a* n e"a Iito4 pseoaseiterest Is shown It. Visa. BmA. %@. * I jke ban 1rimm~4~er
am. tim. ~4 ua orabwAt,, a the drma cOaW MW organistr of ra \ 't'a ke
IP two 0 te00 Isas.hi, but he rem"t"a In 1141-a mpr'. an the 1e, I t1u0 IO.
qnw a lo s at 06."0. Muhl d r dozo N OW S0 7 crush#4 Is @9lrlL dot d ot niollp eo ps Mi. ors*
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Mae ow"w te 90011of 0 10U* O i so Q* nity sinco aon.!;1 and may
rdw me sehe So as ent et 6 left 6M Sailer.
,-II'-NJ I 8=044the ant Tb ThIdU5 iQl1 belU, Vnta S 11j -t for $M,675,3
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tie" d &4%efaia, lwu un mW Wi A" 4 b*ns atifobe14 to lver ut, amount
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A.0- AILmmom rlro0011
now~w d


the New York bakilnr altuatlon he
hbu tranrnc d t he most of his basll
Sew at hlh Plfth avenue re ldeae.
Within the past ten dlys be h beg


bfore the county grand jury gvWe
Aimes to testtlfy reneerala eerta
wtoa of the Provident rlftUevlg
A rnasncr ocelety which were t1poe-
lIed with banks with which he was
coQnec*ld. The federal grand Jury
also has: hbn Intvetilgtlnl tae con-'
Alut of tho"* hanka.
That Mr Mrpe was grtly dl4
tirbod by the varkiur moves argalnst
him, Is In icmteid lhv the tatemeniot of
Thomas l Wing nttornoy for tthe r
cverr of the NNt!,nall Ilank of North
Americrl who "Iu afidlavi that Mr.


NO TRUTH IN RHE

Irhti Pidfic Squaldi. N$ N
B Imcrms

NO CHANGES CONTEMPLATED

Aaoolated Pron Ha Is*** OflleltlI
Authoriaed to State that then Uitis
Government Has No Intentfln
Augmenting Pleet.


Mart osaid 1o 4 hi. with great aItet I611140-, Fj. 7.-.Th. Associated
lion, that he hail solc*".ig his iNurl -LP 'I IN0 m1l0l4Y AUth)orad to de.
ties dnOp tar bow par Anit Wkad ept cait ,tha t w. o Is aboauutely on trtWO
almost all tof his semints marglood iothe report tolopaphed n= l,11M.
sad gwod, buti that ho rotd not oisLed faj \Veiew.I that the Wltl@& squs4
It frevr, and t141 not know what he ruin the I'acIlW Is t1 be maerslat
WGUe h.. isfervasod.
rio to tho collapr oof the variu M o chansvai whatever atn bein g WW
ealerprlas to Iwhich he was sngaiged, o or f being centomgplaej Is te 0*
Mr.tWaes's fortune wars esdUa ai *sa*squadron, nsd be t Ihtb INV-
o high as WoO06. 0".erwen hasNot 014t e slltst1 mIb
W& of at rrepain the ol Pdblle ASK
gXPLO W89CKS PLANT. ablob formerly had Its base at OqO
wallit -1.C and wobIhIs now ?we"
Damage te Municipal Sas Company enoteJ by a Gialitar) sloop It war.
At RoenGa. ~ -
Rome., G a Feb. 7.I---y7 a6pko MUOT STAY AT MATTSAWAN.
mess at ibe plait of the Rfom MOt-I
pal Use(brmpany, Wofuesday aftwf me Immei me"M o e leeMade pop
*non, a portiko of the uldiNg was Hary Thaw% 1eease
wreckeJ, t foumani of window p4n06 Now York. b'..h I.-"* Imaedite
battered ad Superlateadenli A. D.imove wW he made to Nan Me M
Watsao dangerously bsmred *ad hat l .ts e9f K. Myt1ga. w "arna#*
Whe a Ploon R was caused OF theeSOam* SSless at tiewa. 68480d"
0" ot 00e whih 06l tofd a 3 G lIW Se a Is terview e or d s WA. RAMA
mm anm t bollers. MOH Weughi rabo
to a m Vub areit l ie t emoll as d W a t bas he "s p fetisnily Ofed S
WA) hbee. boand O wi w m ies. shabii is IM v f t "
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by def 61 thei wese to Per No. te u am"m"th
It is ad It Ne faro r I'M edustlb s

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AG-MU


to iop bl~can Stat.
*0 1ntlon At St. Augaatl

e'AND CONTE8TING 091.44061o.l
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;16the Resu!t-Th* CA~v"IpSq:U Was
Hopeolessy psilt i104
tion *na AntiIAd-i-OP~ilks'dW Vae
tlous, Both Sidea l8 0s Pelegat
St. Auguatine, Fb, ~u~fdplds Re
publUams etoo4 eaeS$pi"ON* In th1
Mmeagbt todnay sebetag the *v


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ta imwr


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fa )M ai 401Ary as 1of

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t"' ae tNN" s 0 the sm6
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3: TaI fmr the Mr*s -pey.
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".d o e 0 othrw I of O f Ma l t e
bae meuttoo lkON the a.
WeaCUMo $ ad oe deoleates
traftm med by ay Is.
Ibs helms Strh posItIve
W" IPoplk N. ShtrIUg, "m
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do elb eoeetiou. the Gek
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the ~L~, r ,est hi y
Moamy: J. Do la -- IMEN4. J
GM Le Ifoat Roaloft. U
k*W beho olon. Thn AWPI

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COHIP O'NBILL'S *NIMVY.
/ *
Makes Roemmendidatio Whih Will
Improve PirD Depirtmeft
Olalmvlto Is l deed frtuaite In
havian a Ut cb~ t f Ita Ore depart
met suc all eorgedte eolcr a B A.
O'Neli, who ke reodered a moet
*Mffel t ervite In that spealty.
Cef O'Netl. always awake to the
Intl sts of the departmet, at the
sat mnaUan of the City Councl Intro
dued many reeommeadaUtioam loo
towed tUhe huroveotat of the de
partumt. ad hloh. It doIl* with,
arI pltac oainelll.'s dopdrtaPet a
StootI with the beet i the Bouth
to propTerU to popuatlos.
ThIe Calavtlt flre departmam t Is
aluay up4oeat bet the ty uas
Prw a rapidly within the past two
Y it that Chef O'Neail noamlde am
otmMRm of the Are departmat a ao
The recommeadaJstes WkeT re*el.
Od ,; t he oumU s a a rteadlyr att-
tde, and that bods win so dmot coa.
wee to C0t OfNeir. uuggeetioe.s


The meUeadaws ball giv a. the
Seae ry bIU last owlt s-der the

beset .t tlbe hospital wee wel It
eded, at Ao theS en tte evs eque
-hnagh"d -eaIld the s muSss.a tl
pebs the Ust dses toe pa a te
hour.
TI. prmuorm sted the sdat
mareb. Varte e ree wd aelnom
mmblot with a i Sm MM.
T pe"s. wem e awsed om a
t adi.msoe ealt w the me M reeeml
empty. the ether a tadMkt of frdiatt
the amwt red"lMgel Te nmamw will
be paUlbled to rumo.

" l Tw uldu wak. rw4dowm?
Headache? ahmnse "-or--Jit a
phitr *. of lrU Hlw. uwrdM I
Ima Ittame* Its n tf ue M imtak.
-1pa al BiO h pow FrtaMn the WMod.


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,:."As W~r~jl~~f

We216,Ions waTory
who~ ii vftyd~~ll
S nH oe s anth s(
to benefi the fruWW ,
wpote atteeeftiw tkif
wm- of the jrwmiW '3t*
i peatly 4iviatdi
the institute do"


a lfit that tbl turtlftmt
o ^ iit for the famersn ad
a'rkd Mr. raVt 5s
we TO 1 'te lectures 0t OtoU
0 rro are well potad fte
i td ( 4 fe owve, or -that Uf
the *pStlh be held to Noveter or
Of Dat t year it woud be
Se 4 At that se
aem tiW ENW would have a bete
Soppetif of 40* ttradlas. The aro
'we rad ais 1na s r thretr tbds
a for te wg op. and the mlalrtt
-O SO dSt wm t te time to atted.
SowenM' faster t miht wa t to
do s. *

A DIAPPOINTsO CROWD.

Many olme from Country t ear
'iLpeslhk meno Dindt take.
It We a rImppiotatod gatheaIg at
the Ibm'hi l Thursday aheK, whe
k wajs r nHa that OorerPor N. S
*b*d w a dowa $a a e pro
Sr U of the trimrs' Itaslttt far -
Iadtwe tAl' ooasulo had not a-
riv4i.
S W4mee p MarYr W. R. Thoas
Srowveain B alrm from the GOev-
Seaw to o w soft thtlt e oamid be do4
depeattted oa ad arrngeaetNa
Wm mo seu ardladgly. Bt Thr
Sday after te ta he mayor roved
other m-0 i4expreXesla rgrts
a t the OoUwan s iilmtty to be tre
Sat o' "s e illMneM.
SQlte a "' ber csme froa tib*
a entry to this address, ad Iwe
m sorely dlpatesd. However, the

a4i prliiebte mumer, an Inestrnet
address serfh hbart been delivered
b P A. W. W. ar, of tohe xpew-
maotal *at1ei.


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ShoUld beo Washlel the bom., and
Sa be If yo gitve It White', o'fe
VW JWe- Ast l b vtew M0m edlse

Sre"aiA s becoming the ee imtea
ater Ot a or boehatoM. A mathe
w fth imen caft get &am s witht
a boltW at Wlte Orthe Veremlft
o theU ous. Sold by W. JoLnaeu .
Prominent dero Tenr.
Sydaoy Woodward. the celebrated
vetoed tenor, a graduate of the PhtI
delphi a oamergtewar of Mse wi
reader oe of ie thfnous rectals at
JohasMn's ball North Pleasant street
Moday evelaaS mxt. o the bneSt
of U tlur Academy.
Prof. Woodward It one of the am
gifftd sliers I the, Soth. and it Is
astIlpated that be will be Igrted
by a large audience A special tuvlta.
to is extended to the white people.
tor whom special seats will be ro
wrvd.
TO CURt A COLO IN ONS DAY
Tabk LAZATImW BOMO Qualte
TWe&a $& le e e* etm- Sam y v
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n Welt gKw"" aOd Prominent.
OnHd o at Doat Rpstl
at WlBW ers MUedted Man
Uow i*-or.
"IaNo was the oasse of a
.tagei about *:M o'clock
aIpWA a thW result oS
I T.,. C t, lost hs life, and
II. Tul,6 ble stepbrother who
the deadly' wok is now behind
San of tWe Alachua county Jia
a ehargea am mrdar.
Tbe tranedt, oceurrtng the middle
the torenooa, and at the door of
retarant in the Atlantic Co0qt
depot at that place, created a
dal of excitement, and almost
Sthe smoke had cleared away
tbh discharge of the revolver, a
crowd congreated. Excitement
high for I time, as the prbotrate
f the dead man lay stretched
p eo te floorr nl a pool of his own
f blood, and the ajayer stood blood.
from the eRects of a self-Indicted
l woeud ad knife woads. al-
lto I ae bean lafleted by the

Mr. Choster was the proprietor of
railroad restaurant at High
.prinag. Ramors a'r conflictinl, but
Swa reported here that Chester and
Teaple oraerly owned the business
rti Recently Chester pur-
kased the interest of Temple, and it
suderatood that the altercatlo was
beamlgh about in an effort to elect a
Mattlsment f financial dIfferesooe be-
4C*mu the mn. Tlote O omtag from
.* Springs reported that Temple.
SKeday afterooa.. weat to Oha
*W or mea bu0aleaae for the purpose
ed lag a astlemlet. idently
s t k uas atsftoryr. as Tempo re.
trted Tuesday mornts whb the
trmao moamed.
vlemm the best tnformatioa obtanl-
M e al te scene, It appears that
t emple suddenly cluteabd Chester.
4W* a hrik and beeWa kita. the
atI t all n v oe bhamba n of th
gtM b* dteobab ed. Oe of the
Id Sol"" to auk ad plren d
TiYua| b|^ ea ages it to blW
*Myl. B He, alao blodilag from
" 4% 1f IWa swts aaegned to bav boee
srae W t1 m e., whem It is claimed
ag:ipro ed Temple with an open
e' t teIllr after the traced
irM1 Pasell was motled. and left
e. the 11:3 tra.n, returning with bia
Sger er ~I the afternoon. He took
as priaone r ImmodItely to Jail. and
opwr b a opportunity f sea I

galB has by no mreas an auly
datai. He ia a yosag ma of





es e have criticikl the in4al-
Mi trmminms ** a aenace to our
Iyp9b. Pochl inabe it may bl-
S--M when famhiliaw a lu katrl
'-" with diamonds, tlluk awl
artiedm of -osw or rhe a
Etem et, wher the wk-
fl-r toemS l paypma btermw
> Im abad auily the family
Sof boMWe is craed te-
the te la. B.t the o, l
Is alhamnt hu am doIm h
I the tel. It ti a pae-
...*no oamA. ao to think

"iinmeld a lta m tW est-rh
S. i pti ant Ion htk tla

La hea with ("#4. ansI
IS hr the It"aears bed


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twenty4e*Igt lSw aud stout.
Sappara quite muulear.. ae wa
htt dressed, and woe a derby at.
be stepped from the trab It wa
oiced that the left shirt leeve was
partinl'y rolled, partly diseloeta the
ugly wounds and a bloody sleeve
Ilot' mn are Ald to be popular tI
High springs. and the trarrtdy is
lgr'at;y deplcred by the people of that
to% n.
High spring Report.
IItgh Sprluirs, Feb, 7.-A sbocklUt
tragedy occurred here this *morutlg
at the A. C. L passeger 4epot
Jame T. Chester, proprietor of the
restaunmt t the depot, was killed by
his stepbrother, W. 1. Templi.
The dtfleky arose over the aset
that Mr. Tmplne was arranging to
Start a restaurat In opposition to Mr.
Center.
at la i derstood that Mr. Chester
drew a kalfe, as Mr. Temple is slight.
ly cet. Both men were highly respeet-
ed otaens. and the occurrence is
deeply deplored by everyone..

EWBS OF CITY AND
COUNTY ONDENMED


R. "D. Medlin has returned from a
busnela trip to Jacks.uville.
G. C. McCall. a prominent buslneaa
man of Montlcello, spelt yesterday in
this city.
J. Q. and J. HI Peacock. prominent
eitslas of Willjton, were In the coty
yesterday.
J. H. Mobley and wife. and Jullan
Robtaeoo of Atlanta are In the city
for a few days.
Oacar Turner, a succe',sful planter
of Treaton, Spent i teterday l this
city on business.
J. S. Fisher, t prominent naval
stores operator of (tter Creek, spent
Thursday In this crlt. ( business.
Misa Eula Clark Ihas returned froni
Dothan. Ala., where she has been the
est of Miss Clifford Pairecoth.
The Loyal Tempeegue Legion wilt
meet 't the readins-room as tM.
CuOrt street at 3 o'clock thbl after

R. C. Davis of Jacksovillls repr*o
sating the PayJboles typewrI.te,
ta the city In the Interest of his ae-
obiae.
Captain W. O. Shehee. one of High
SpItas' substantial eltases. TaM
trmamtlas basiess ton thi eity VW

Rate Ajget Rhaadee of tMe .--t.
em INwrae Company has re meed
frem an oefial visit to p ate l
oath Plortda.
Mrs. Julia Jones and daughtr, MIam
DaIiy of Wilmingtoo. N. C.. ar bet l
eatertarlaed as uest of Mr. sad May
H. 0. MeArthur
Chief Pup Inspertor IltAb t the
Atlante Coast Line. who makas hi
headqrters to High Sprlgs, was in
the city yesterday.
John Phillilhof. a eollkawU elM t
as of Clearwater .,was th et
yesterday as business swsed wig
the batted tat*e ladd pe
A. L. i)al of Peresmtndis left yes
terday for Jaeksomvlle. aftr spie
Ins Thraoday aliht here as I get of
his sster. Mrs. II. P. Hde4tl
Mrs. C. A. Marks and lao. Ches A.
Jr., ad Mrs. W. Hoage. hav, re
turned to ther bowa. after a br
vilt to Mr and Mre T. B. Bi. Tr,
Soothe itehing sla Heals eut s
ber wIhout a aMWr CWaes as.
emra mae them. aY ItaYma.
Dou's Outamet. Toar dr l esBlet
W. Trwebehrt RedtdeId has u
from pate oa the Mabt Om. wber
be ha b.m, I. Lbs the lN t f d
auma& ('o bolemlo dr* Ist, st,

Mr and Mrs W I la g. fer w awve
years rerademts of Wale shAe a
muetd in thi es.y. and a ef alMMt"
loeated a rat Crort elnst, oar
Nfwrtb Oak avturas They wi b
earair &rVkV)e)* herie
J M and JohA Prle tof Metdll
ha ve rotern' to their %Me. T~
ats*edn s*t **.*a of the I nrmm
leas(ttauf beL Thwy weae wry mut
Impressed wito thw ago aea!
ly tlbe alk* alrea the MaI of artaMeM

J IlH W ila-ka- am asrMa of
J kinooisrIe. has retIed to is bhm.
aer a *,to e rS y abs hatMM.
Mr. Hawktes wea -the srt e-

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Nat for a fw day at his home In
hirbaaka
h*li Mer mad Tar eaur the
IMa -61161 egb" aoL em aso Mi
em18 f mte th ems tma at is '
%nMt&. It i saruateed. The ge*
We la t 0 yellow pmekae-4J. W.
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Lam eM M of TaoOam, It. L
s-.h l- gof K irkhwaed J. Ward
of Msim- Oe L. L Taylor of Palmer.
& W. MIlUms of Wal.k amd T. C.
IdoMea of Hawthorn. were among
tho who spent )>,sterdan n the
eamnr oaital.
Mis MNararet lT Taylor ba re
maned her poatko as setornlpher at
The (Ola0sevIMe Nael(al Anhk, after
a werUw tlieM of a seath. MIs


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Gan to Istna that *-1 Ii naw cown
se aly fMvmI
J. M. Turer of Lake View was
smnmi tese who "wIed the uoaty
pd tL y AU Yw le was mot here
by bha m-e tai m Ishr, of iu***
wiseL. O.. who rerarse with bhi
M. ItkeLr wIUl I t gues -t of Mr
id Mrs. Trnwer fur a few days.
J H, aad W V lIaIs. two sub
laUtll farars or lACrsaeW. we.
m E thoee who pent Friday la
iTsalsuIM. bavin, e~* to bretaf a
k4 of N a am d pirh w h* W bad bee
-oebro d Th, formra made
hfb *oa am s erVwalse cral romwrla

AImee the promt, I.ere a to
bisigBf r-es4ds waa wem. I U,
J~l~lJ~ d famtimi, ,aI. eaMldkat gar
V0hdm I eet o lwnaie. C.ead rMe er
was te day "*a11ta wihu b.
*60e 1amary er't e haM of WsoM
aM bobry A &h s~aewo over
the 0604rf a t .ervwo.


p Asat rpt r4d 86b os
Whe Uom Iteo. tqe0"to O I s rp-

a~ler 1a qu aof r0i4u of Orhe here
to SIMM bmbiw. W.Nlosksm
bw ON "Ofe I -M to Cwmoah
ad hoelw tyk"b ho# hu wos

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eaar curml .iwep1~, terurnin mimnmier wafrl, h esem
01d W" IN 11 r' f ll ", ItU I~n IM too1644 Fa mrfmbav
U4 tafi0InWOhh, "40"W, losit 1-,r ipi1*17 s OMM
wbI knarw be nn.rt "wy In eUwne. we a I r C:Mw
in uSO O sad Ovv ee$lw We O 11W "M l wS1wI oe to OW sAA
WIN ,Min n reily Naut tu ib6 e1 Wll snake uMAam ay .m-F
tIrYe..dc~ ml, C is MYr hemth tan Ion Ihest uses's ii
Wtch. weO Ut a mh, t a tos pmdr& us, lVe, !
Nortds ::~flov ig r"5'0.1#-f1 ihb'.s slw'i40miu00
lion's r)" 111161h av Itolr it acuulal( ("is SNAA plow? rvM
S id eo s oI l u01 1111u1,

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Peronal aowldp i the winning (actor a the chlmnatng contests of
db u competitive a ,g au whcAn 4 ample cha cte it place i fortunate
e s m uo r in th frt drak of
STbe Wa Informed of the Wold.
A vat fund of p howl i edr sreesantial to the acievenmaId of the
IM.amelle in a mlad d Iman edot
A Knowled of Pois, Knowledm, of FmetleMs &ad Knowl.
l'o Prixt arewe di d t eutmo^t vim man R qeio o aime aad heah
& re and whaolsuolm -ady i dird it shouldl be lemae6ed that Soywp
adU Exir of SeMimmA mAAactured by the CAMmia Fg S nfp Co.. is an
uctwhich I at wi the aproo d ma the s aieo icim and
0 actll Mbdraio beste k is a remedy o d
gWow Qulitw Kram EMBl 'eo n uad Yoaw" Comm.renJ
Au hus woo d ivthe Peabl ramaooanimd eWl I forma d e
k knowc dof& ps roml'knimowledge ad frim actul u that it is de sirt
m faly labztive ate which no extravagmt atc tmoin gbl a- us, wai
Svaluablea eme een lon b nold favorbly known
Lns dlmeof--Syep dof ip-and hu asind to work
In ace as the moo eacebhent family latite. As its p ure
w pcobtaid bro Smn.re, wr knows to phyci
Wh ae W e Iaeod mt d o world to be the b t we hae

M FiwdSe-aa- aI ommfulh drcnt4vof the mdy a
bu doubda k wil aways b called fi by thdoa o i
name of-STynp o Fr -and to Wge its hndti u
lctas always notei when p :rci thA h

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seesspuOels as t- ne .
M.O0c*A mY... ...hitMSorsed PuMare.
S a. HUrZ .................Chi ae
PRZWITT .... aups. oe SiSeams.
it i IF I IORTUA W.
on o l, oaTR N
) g. sts stret, a Ta rwos 4,e
T'r '34ArSuseM, pstieO ery msorsila
Mpt M eay, delv- d W al"is a is bcdty, or
maw to MY ot4 o tegTs matlta. p1to
ba, for a rpaem a aP e&thua 0.s13 three
Iatauert erli a h, w,, -suictl.y Is

I Ioo 0c ot mn ir ets a uls
4 a msl fore acddlUaMl
pl?'leply a dvertlaf made known o(m

_ql~~We*k SMa i a ol*g aer, fort
'MIlr, publWid evry Monday sad
Ssa etabn st Uthe sews of the
a st, Oatoe sad mlMnt, Ad will be
;pll1l fre, to ,y rart of th Ulnted

aatigfta b" vWm dw after Lam

M, ucamtve"s, S, ,
in ersihTU stDAtTBOMP,

jl M* ethins to wear" aned not be a
r ANaspiratlon wlt oU If you fol
f4r the toeeds Tb as.

P Iassylvanl Is to hate a "Bryan
I This is probably an offset to
, RUoosvemit le Ige TO*u.
h O rh WaI It's all right. Townend
i MlaIga agree with Bryan tat
* 0 Paitdent did not cause the panic.

I If po can teach anything, and an
SWthalt fact, you may turn yoaw
i*sar time into dollars ad u eeflnes
f plaarddvertsing as filed to 1
you a prosperos Iandlord, why
tr, to talwnlnnl klaodMW

SBarry Thaw ,now oa oM e "deaot.
+Umm_ ,t we -'L
lsa Neahoals"b at their be-
Wa bt a elarette to tbe had


e Wat e avy P ar. Aether
!t, linr e fal teases mentho ds.

IRasI ha unadertake to
hb a*rlal warship to aet a s w
whi wevt st top thiakt wrat
l i g a ob *Ias had eotlnoai them
ieO1 a wj ate atr. Jl
idt murh'ie or- a merchant to per'
Sroo '.g of work ad eoteprta
S8etttUg up a "special sale"-and
advertaie t as though It were
-e inamequence.

ah Mleattag of the )Democratec
OuulaltteK at Jacksonville on
lth tea ts will ao doubt be largely
k several prominent Demo
k e bleen suggested for chair,
ad the contest will be an la.

i t is new aid that Rooevelt may
e a meiaber of the Senate whea
tearm to Anlshed. Uttle by little
aSeate may grow out of it. sum*
TUtlman has don much, Jeff


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-not, up Wi thb,e beet' Mrlkat,.
'Th following extract fom the over aat.o ebaerated preferred
tginats of the loard of Cooatnllkm payml@entsl at th'e pedal and ex-
ere of State Institutlons of a Ueeting traordtoary $oprlatlons made by
held January 17th, are published for. the IiehtoGtI .
the benefit of those Interestd: .; "This bs" has no means of ascer-
"Whereas, there are no funds In the talalin whel the receipts In the gIa-
State Treasury available for the Way, eral revesle fled will be suffleent to
meant of sums aggregating $47,047.50, enable the -Stte to pay the moneys
apportloned by the Stats Bogrd of appropriated 0 the school year end-.
Education under the appropriation Ing June 8, 1907, by Chapter 6381
made by Chapter 5381, Acts of l105, aforeaid The board is advised of
which amounts. wre due to be paid the pecatlr olidtions which demand
after the close of the school year end- the earliM pr.cticale distribution
Ing June 30, 1907; of this aplpt and reallses its
"It Is ordered that the follopng ,duty to NalaOW Boh distribution at the
statement be placed upon the cords j earUlet poSibi0 date; yet, the board.
of this board for the inlrlation of raMang theit re are numerous per-
lnterested parties: on ar "ilatereste4 In this
'"he Legislature of 1906, by ,Chap.- atter, datb It proper, for their h. -
ter 6383, Laws of Florid, approved formatUoS, to make this statement of
May 20, 1905, appropriated $0,000 for the faw tok ad to tate that, untl re. O ,et e a a t
each o6 the school years eadtaing Jane lptea the mral revenue tund are
80, 1906, and June 30, 1W09, to aid har itn 1 roPtio b to distbursents
and encourage the tpbllhmat of made I paMtlo of appropriations
public high schoolJ rural graded by the ulaltdre, this board can
schools, payments b due after the Tive 0o auwaa as to when there
close of each of saksbhool years. will be btds li the treasury available
These appropriations have been paid to t th appropriation made by
as provided by law. Chapter 111, ALts of 1905.
"The aame Legtisatbn, by Chapter "The adney tringeney of the past
65388, aws of 1lorida, apprW rted six mouths Ja Ml pWime excuse of the
$356,00 for each of the school years very slow aeollr e of taee, and the A
ending June 80, 1.90, aad JaIe 80, *ondtlte of, te treasry's georal
1907, for the purpose of aSidi and evenue fud is dependent upon the
enooraglag omamo shools of this fa tare oll00tle the levy of 10 ,
State which do not raetve itte aid and o tledo t ae po the bard can.
under the exstag laws except the one not eaY wbn the o'ney will be avait fd
mill State soboel tx These appro able."
priatieos, too have been paid a6 pro.
vided by law Prtttoa a mfta laston of the bat
"*Th ae I ad alattre, by Chap r t~ieship Miatl*papp at Philadelph ia.
M81, u of ord apprpritd shol relve them tindso of 4d ti-
mWif for each of the school years moMs a a w deplored the fleet's
1 MIrfta aftar the do of lad at~a
apeue school. years, for State aid .
to puiMe aeboos based oa atverae
dally ttedaae teren, a provided
I the afct. The appropriaton mad
by this act ,r the year ending June 1
I, 1 .,, was paid promptly when It
beame due ,,, Leave Gaineevolg. t
"The aWpprg tlo. made by said cal point#
Chapt, U88 t1 r the seho yer end. Ret
Ia June 10. 1 payable after the turning, urive
eleo of oh aWbool yer. was ofias Leave Gainesville
Iy appor ted oc November 6 0, Lake City,
batk GOtOF a Me of $47,647.80.
wI OM tI o aeorr tha aouts Returning, arrive (
a ippotaed have not been Iaued be.
ads taere have at no time slae the J B C er, .
date of sch apportlomment been funds --
n the tVraaury available for such pur-r M h n a ter
o* Ieb 1ad very appropriation Than a fre-engine when your
above mttetoadl was directed bythe hOie is on fire, cause it in
Latestatur to be paid from the oft.
ora Rveaveu Pu O of the State Trea stantly secures the entire value air aom t 1.
ury. Prom the OGaeral Revenue nd d . .
ar paid all the expenses of the State of your home--that is, when AM PM Ipi
Governmeakt L dia allJ urors ur name is penned upon a ,' 1.
witaaese tie g rar d Jr urie,
expenses of INasan and collecting ong policy for I Ar
all the revqa of the 8tate for all
funds. ~mh of all executive, 3 .
diletai plMta off m oers of the oIon In Ii S
tatt, amd I eafte and employeVeW
of the tate the laterest on the bond- In tle brat of omrn"Iul. Winktr wimndi
ed debt of th 1State, the expeonsee f are Ml id aid to bil hlam. How
the Legislature, the espeonee of the shout your hnme? If not In safety, thi
Hoseptal for the lauane, the costs of oce will at onte inmrne t on r eipt of
amast of fugitive from Juatlce. all aline frum yin. ThINK.
prtaag. all appraoratil na de by ---
the Ielalare for schools and colt-
leges, 1ad all other approprlatloi \
made by the Legislature unless other. f S lW R
WIn 8perillyPII provided.
"The leatature of 1907, by Charp astwwwu. Stonet S
ter 5103. approved June 4. ltI?7, ro O@I3 In
vtded that appropriations. ade for Th* aatlevlleo NatMaIsl eak *ldM


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UVIs Gwill do. mre0. And it twe m h W M P UPOsesA WSIG DO Pa Yable
kl)ly4 get Itowvelt in there'Rill b efrom th firt funds S aIns Ia the NOrw TO cuT CiRM uIM AND O'URS.
~phauro evry day. neralrevenue fund ofd ofur.Ire*Our y eOre%*Ml onSIe eAnd eaitutmb ew
aftor the Paymsent of e ns tj *y ses .e
IrC\~t)Lo :Zros( oensfe rkllw N ar- MA ad Wid oery liersifs abroo
of the Stat., eOo pri c "al of of ever14~ & :1i b eq adires Pd Agstumis
Jvin llis "ho neft*%lae..sw of X N. J. Isem. dev.e md. am bSershi
.4"M rb r willJ1w a muia t t our Na.whih b are enumerated Ab.ove. sU1e1 to e s the s 0MOA.WdM to %be rw
hd wi rlll be' a canddht.i fur Na 4bus ars tbo t e tW .IsM sh 0r USA VI4 by
al COeuMIt'mas from Itis \State A"AM ITee dbse fm h
m$~Y~lr the ruscbimaa primr I o al &Irevenue fund under apiwopriatkna D N"* 1W )h.Ij ,K .
00 4UI 1ruschlog Iitmarive it to WARGASrr v HkR
tmad by the Legislatureo ba* been A4rnl0rstissof to. Ibw W N. J NAM
10 likely that Mr ivnittliss will bay*ulwll
a"waLk over' ftr this petition. as very laore. Tte rcriptsAn rIaid fund
*Vlam sir others" a rl~o Would like to I Ll ~H
babe a hand lu the ditribhuatlmo ttf the "were oIres mthmiAlV
4ef in eaap a lrlt'iaat oh'uld be CtiA" ""verry.
elcwe I'med'ut. As mercury will surely dsstr'iny the -.
*Masene of Smell and r(N)j'~letct' dM1oft-I s's *"meo
Jaes M Uiart. I'umravrl chttf O range the whole system rvibmit '..4. i i Si r s t S U"Ia
the GageC IHladin. liiid ~aIi !I Itr th:lh~rough the amucou surf se. LSueh U' U.
richut India. tat tin. Iutl~-~ ~.t.'s ari(Cles should Sever Lv' satd .'e'Iil
died ncftLly olf purJ1)%tl at bl* ho.iv* presretslthome nmretable phyt.) - -
near l 14Lesit pt I(,.a&r at iJOU L dcans 5.s tI II*danmav they sill d.)
aas Iurs hu Iit'ry rq4unat. MiLssou IS tISI ltd to thO FId YoU csn I%.O k
YIWt4 Asti with Iat) Iib I aly dTI# from thes.IHali
otllr tvaa wg"%. he %u)juujtir*d b taarh Cvro. manufactured by r j
(CaW f K4 z.revelry and per. Chesoy & Co. Tohdo% (.0. msulao uo
t1VIi,:t-. I tatvv ra*rsl l qit o titthe 'wrf'mr- and It I" tehrI IEtrcllc ]t
bii %%i,? h rt ooc' suyuI rtt'e dfretl Wy s two blwWood &AL
S3UI~l ,I( 'UI qat ea)nttC.. .hile b .50.5 orof the qet..) lam )J
W &M1.1% %4tIl ctv 'lonteciko Milh k ol 1hujag Halts .Y(l'sw btue Cur e a be
guildth e 7M got the saulae. It to utbs. heanwa
Nabd ervially a mWad itoToted Oh b by
T. J. tae C&. s b. 1u wsttakafre
Vibo I tuseb ta is" 151 9 bydrugaLes.t 6 rIe. tie. per
kbodv S "i C~ ua! vWOW qs


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for Micanopy, Fairflald and lo-
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3ainesville .................
for Sampson City, Palatka,
Valdoeta, and all points North
Gainesville ... ............


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SAVANNAH, OOLUMbIA, CAMDEN, SOU.
THEN PINES, RALEIGH, RICHMOND,
WA8HINGTON, BALTIORE. PB IL-
ADELPHIA, NEW YORK.


Three Elegant Trains Daily:


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


Modern Pullman Equipment


The SKItOARD' tUlIDA UMITR ,--SIod Psih WtaS
trabs., It. AvUse eAn Jkwuallk to New Taft vr
WwAne ea. Dig ( rW a Iseut) serve; whwb
Stepba aig SbAtem m d Obmrwvad Ow. ems
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child at i nmi~ \n dW.erdany wuml4 in the
best of health and spirits. and tvvin
up to a h'alfhour of her death did
not eti'iupaiit. uddonly she halda
severe attack of neart trouhlt-. tit
which it wait not known that she was
a su&krtu. and died within n M ie i1 i-
Ute.-


n Iw _IA JuK I Ary. At the regular meetlug of the board
S of county commilsloers of I)uval
inmer of Largo had an acre county the prohibitionists premseted
an which he made 1.188 gal- their petition calling for a "wet" or
k tane syrup. saving 7~00 *dry" election In that county. The
s ed. Mr. Ukher stated lrohibitiou leaders qoalin that the ieW-
him 15 cenlt a gallon to tiion contains the name of !.4oo0
1the syrup, and Bfures that registered voters, while, under the law
netted him over o00. requtring one-fourth of the rexgitr'ed
Svoterl to sign the petition, but 2,225
reported that owtag to the names were required.
work tI the factartl In Key
I much estitutlon among Sanford was the scene of a iury
6msee. The matter has Ibold robbery Monday at the delpt.
rred 'to the city council and A gentleman on his way South had
fommlsdloner with the re his pocketbook watched from him.
t -thy reader Immediate aid. the purse containing about four bun.
dred dollars. After the pickpocket so-
West teepe her large elevated cured the purse he ran through the
filled with water for fire train and Jumped off, making his o-
ibimtorw l s -a f $25 per cape through the crowd. ills victim
The av alw tati at that wasu soexcited that he only aid.
to furnish the city "Where is he?" In place of giviht the
,000 alloas of salt water alarm that be had been robbed. A
and dwarli the month of Jan- rret many saw the man runnnls ut


eity enS 6232s3 gallons.
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estmated that It will taki
dred ar to carry the coming
crap ro the truNceg farm
Waschula. to market, and tha
winf nt the growers not les
00,000. 'Talk about Pnrida be
o poor country; there is no se
earth that can beat her it
bse undertakes.-Tamps

Wolf. mine years of age
saddey Wednesday at her home
secola of heart disease. The

IT IS FOR LADw TOO.


E wahe henw a Iear ad waho
Staso *det. eas prevent the haI
.., ,I i wl .
ot and hbee the grow th. wit
aiMa- Reie-b e s Ildes. Herpi-
I to m the most areeable hali
-i there I. IHerptlde klls the
lur" germ that ets the atr off a
Pet. Atter t pena to destroyd.
M:t will obht up. end th hair grow
r a evWI. T a sample will con.
s aay lady that Newbro's lerplclde
I Iadspesable *ileot reuisilte. i
MlA B ol or Igeaw. It w'? not stain
of. bld by leadhlr drugistc. RInd
LB Salpe for nssple to The H rpsl
SOI, De-ro. tch.
rMv dm-- f eeft aad 9M0.
I Iodttcd & So. *edal Ae ms.

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AS GOOD tora-
Awm ooveaa the
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i NEWS IN BRIEF


65 --* *---. ..ua..g... M I ' -- -
tuought nothing of It, as they nup- --- -----
posed he was a passnger in a hurry. THIK NWS FROM SANTA FE.
p -*. -____
I J. A. Strickland of Ikonlfay, a well- Havy Movement of Cotton-Other
s known planter, was shot antd wrhapa NMtae of QGenerl latest
t mortally wounded Wednesday night Santa Pf, Peb. T.-'The death of
a as he was seated by a widow read- Mrs. Nacy Wtllls, whalo Occutrred at
- Ing. His twelve-yearold non, Wallace. the bhoe of 8. T. ItuottU nea-r la
Shas been arrested and admitted that Crone, on the moralta Of the 5th,
i he shot his father lie further ays removes one of the oldel persons In
s that he fired the shot at the Instance this ommualty and probably the old-
and persuasion of his mother, who had oet la the county. Mrs. WillMi did
promised that If he would kill hbe not bkow her age, but bhr retativer
Father she would give him a horse and here elasi her to be 100lrn od.
buggy. Wednesday night he crept or tr that. sie leaves dailgh
from the house at an early hour and. ter. Mrs. L. Varnado, wpl Ins "l y
with his father's gun. waited outside aevlratyflve reare old, and several
In the darkness until the father took gram d and grt-grandebildrena. She
a seat by a window, his usual seat at died at the home of hbr groad-daugh
night, and began reading a |Iaper. tor. (Grandam WiM busand died
SThen he Bred both barrels of a shot- some tWo ypean dg He was said
gun. A portion of the charge took to be 114 years old when he died
Effect In the man's head T.e farmers lt ,le olg nUd
r -cars loaded with e oat "rom thia
S ARBON DAY EXIRCISEIL plac this week. The will be about
r sevr bhundred bha of the 11"T erop
SA Large Audiece Prewnt at the Pub- shipped front this station, wben It I.
t lie h Buildingall shipped. Bome are holding yet.
Sa the price is very unantiLhaftory
Friday. Arbor Iay, was duly ob- Snts e Is titled to he called one
served by the (lailevillle Graded and of th cotton caters.
t High School. and a large crowd a- The time has passed whoe anrdo
sembled In the audtorluiu to hear the o bekbome an sparerIhe use terne
excellent program hiuch had betn ar- on evey .peaaag brese. and tmanited
rla*d. at large was luxurathig In ',e glorklm
The exercl,-. w..roe very cleverlyy of a copious seisae sho<-er
executed, and In aH this was one 0o Tohe many friends of I rof If
the most Imlrritruls e c,'rnniee tran.M- Ells are preod to hiow t,at ,e has
pllrtng In the a.iltuturn for sore r3 n ecmmended to It'. (lovw1 or
time. for appointment aa mrewi.er of the
The flloie lipri ta.io as ren choolboard to wrve th varte, y o
Il*re' J. r rutrh. redgnud. ..' tee Itlr ap
.sti. **Arlt.,r i's hIII h i4 hol ii(atlomt reonld be mal.. IPror lli
('hrus is oMe of AlaIchua min(' ivwtIl *r
It Hitat.n i. Tli r,'.' Julla Put pert'eed terhale, ad r youll ng ma
ton of pleas ln a4drey, and I, very o pm.
It l.t.lti.l e.. Arltr t)y Tr.e Ir with thoes that hwe him II .
oli.hiia lthrkbmhi llltaaMsetl will bel Ir-.ted with
llt*idir ,g t S ta4lt Mijuerlit.den.tl'B ualversa favor bhre.
l.ett.r Iant m '.'n TUb |arers ate gIIA| with pe.
r tnfatlio T 'i' l'es of 'Trees"- newed a tg I Ue pIrllralk of
MAr ~M. Klstrr their lands r a lare re. for i9)a
I.-ttatlt., 'nlat a Trv.'--DIg- I or ia smore te rttifl that last year
Ir., P-dri.'k. l..r* Hiver Rth Me 1m1d0, 4 0 e eo4 sppea by the sive itr.
Ikunld4 Jti. JoIhnmin. Ellth Mattlger Iaw of the darkt alrtil robes that
Shor t IPh-r. 41 HIft"rieO--~i bete boees iaao f wena o h resntry
Krelley bTh All I" Tree d Apgmiea t-
tot. I.ura I'rt rst. Th, 'hartnr Oak Remember The M rne whem you
at Itart.'rl Ka*r. White The C waet anytiktig the t rlnIOSag lie


late c1' i utint I.-'.evervu The, P
r Jr T vT 1' 0Is Tr.citd ('oCall
feernim I
1. i' t'rj T?.e V ilc Tr-.
I'' ~ Serkh III Val*I I..art
c t : % -. r Ii- Tr.' -
1('1~ fro-" 9".4I(1 WOwl%,Sqr


S. I I .'" ,I '.- r
tror tb. g 't tfete
jrTtl '.- '. .2 .e VIgt W
ijc~i'.g ';'.t' 2 ~e *n.r. L wit.'.

ciltfeltw ., r*' '1'a W I"tww.vue
it d I a. ".--vt 1L'de10tl M the
I mr t"Nb at IS. lU Ine Iw
lab"' d Sclb (Jthistgoitle. twa
wm wibe a 9 *,P 4be fe I I 00e
wat a apl lwe y
IIwaI Ub n wie ng tae" g5*A"

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am IV W. Us MOM1
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FLO RISTS


FLORISTS


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THE IMMIGRATION CONVENTION. POLITjICALArIOUNCMN TS


Representative Body Will Convene In


FOR RIANSHAL.


What Alt.YOU I
'go I" W e hst weak, 'lvd(- d i
%arm frequso beedambew co.:, 1 1' 1. ..~.
bigger or bad % moIn wr'ihm
buts, ItlehisU ogf6 61 4%. '
thmel atW c ring. stonma-I or
b*, l hei h. llxxv si-1 **r or
Varlehlo appe titenA.,asa t Wt es &u
kiusired eymp~ost?
If gveany cmabieble w -;mber of
liver th I i*lli




avyigo m &. soMrach tvmc.
boweD rulator ra Uef&M t str nythetn'r.
lu 04 MlE"3 Nedical Disw- rr v "I not
*pusW moidSS .t or et ~trs .a
full list of he luIrsilaW beitint prfl~.'
an IA battrA~ ppw and att. d moid.r
eath A Alam*c a s he mulu % t11 1.t sw
tha It souaas so .toohul, ur harmful
hals.rimg drugs. It la full CR trasc
saftwfthpure, trHpWMR.Beld ,vc rirwt,
41 POW g9'.ntbo from Ltherq'tuit,,M e
folliewims sAmmteea for'.t pit nti,
vwis, Golden Ieal ruool, kIue w rTL. 11Iwi
Cbrybai QuOM 106 Li Bbcdroxt sad
maskmo oot
~ I&.,teaa~_rr jeedlo me neaL at u?


State of Florida nidt will make a i o-
tabhl aicldreit s. deill .wiLth the inventia
gntatin of the, Ilil ratrionlrt iutl oti)on
s hlch he hlias I.'ronall cimtducited.,
The SpaIniNl Ai.4tln'itlwr to tthe 'ill
ted Rtate,. Hmnor Itafnrel I'enlly Millet,
will then bhe Introwltiucd and will speak
on the subject froi iil n Interrauttioal
dstanidplii t
The chamber of commerce will then
deliver over the ronverntlon to the
delegates, and they will proceed to
form a permanent organluatlon, outline
ing the program for the rmanainder of
the sesaloa. ,
An Interestiitg dlelh'ate to the
contlenation will he Mr r. J. O'llar
of Jaeksonvlle, who has been tried
several times on charges of Ieoaag@
brought against him by the reprowa.
tatlves of the Department of Justteo
at Washington. and who was acquitted
on each and every charge. Mr.
O'llara will probably have something
lateresting to say to the convention
on peoltage Ratiatloni
hoards of trade aind chalnlers of
oQmmerce throughout the South have
appointed delegate*, the New Orleans
Ptolrelve IUnion taking the lead
with a list of ten prominent men of
tdat city. Augluta, Os.. will have one
oflthe largest deleatlons at th met,
tg. While it cannot be positively
stated. It Is believed that Oovernm
Johnsoo of Mlnneota will be prOwaet.
and that he will consnt to deliver ra
address.


to do the duties requliu d by the ordl-
nancll a n1ar a I possibly cail. and
I solicit the votes of all lasw-blling
rcitisen,. MlRputilly.
CHAN. PINKOBON.

I ltakt this amthod *of nnounc!t 1
my candidacy wr foebetlon as ( ."
Marshal at the *ehoa April I 't.
1908. I have emdIaVMd to perform
my duty wltoibt kt or favor, aad
would appreelate the glpport of my
fellowl-citslns. prmllsim the anm at*
tentln to the t tee the oflme la1
the future ans Ia the pt Thanklai
you for past support sad ollcltlng
your vote at the altIg election, I
am. Yw tIml.
W*I M ARNOW.



Miss N. Norton


Novldtls, Books, Stationery

Sounlein, Slt Pctures

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.AfNt ALrI I nswanKn
____ror e ...-
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Spesisi Anemneemoml rduing the %;A UU I N h
pot l. t P Food so C UdE" C O L D S
We maepleasdt t amount IeOU I C L
roit-ye vHonel and TOaurt a"r e1gh, 0pd PP
volds and lng trubls I* W ast sleet. 3rbr asm Y
od hb the atioalure !d Pare"and
Drug law as It it om ino ho utee or
other hormtul irua# ad we kmm.
mood it a s a We remedy toe eh 1 am o
dm and adults.-J, W. MOpU inma bis cm i awflow-i ,.w eeIeiqai. om
Co) v '"P- 1- fl 4i
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GAINESVILLE DENTAL OFFICE



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otev'-rtl Iu'.vIse A t" IA A oem u.?lt, ~4 11-6,400 PA611ns pit.

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Tampa on roruwary it. -
1"11111m ?'.hruiigemtitts fIr 'I't) OiW. VOWteSr 0 4 iaevl-I take
the great Ictu 11 olive titon to thk -ii tlhod of *Naooaeg try candi.
be held iti lhi I heMrn l ng l1\'brls- dnoy 'ort h. hr, hal of M4of Calnes-
.sr) 12. hmo it%!. .%] atI xi pint abvrf viih'.I .1 e' bo-co of MIght work a
iii' a '-1. rt ,it, t."-Itk ly ve*U anulflccr rotlct ing you and your
I h.1t it.w l ) ;,s t? 1),il'li. t t iitrrre % Nt omi I.' 'u we rp asltep, foir
er1ing of I l,,.;,iot#,riwithldit, ho about threei, %4"w" miill leave It It) you
~4)tttvrit t i Is Ito whlt her I home *.r~ornited my
,rhe von%*- i,,l 111 011M It d l duty w'llwl iid%1himpartlIty.
a. im.. l-'v'ru~tiIi. at tit, 'tiit Ie ttly ifI think I hAvo ,bein lox enough at
Casiniio. till N ,', !." c.014-4ltol Il~it bynliht work to 1', ri t Ois!d t a o lay job,
I1resideutt T'. .1 I. I rotit. ci the chant. !a&d it electei I prumsnke I' a fuithfull.
her of comnmert'-o %ir itMro iswill in. Impartial amd etlelent scr'.ieu' Yours
troduct, Mr. dIA ardtl It, ilmby, who for order, 4. I. KITF.
%ill rIpreilr'u It Ohw uIa o f the city
governittewi lit '\tShtilhiiit ampa's We~l. I hereby assoumce *yelrc f a citndt.
come to the .Iiietoollble.t del vguatq.'1 e10te for ('ity MMFrhsl In V the,!e-.-tl'ii
GovCrnor llnta*rei of ietrlila will -el- Ito be hold( nO th 14th day of Ar0l.
Coin, the Cimii' Put lom itmbehalf of the 19308. 1 pmmif elIt ttcci to ,sdeaver


RIH DA, #AY go too


scw election held In St.
Sthe taxpayer voted
ai by a large majority.

d of obmty commissioners
a county have taken action
extensively Imprwinl the
I to Iacksonvtle-that la,
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NEWS FROM

NATIONAL CAPTI


Some Political PopsUtlah
About Presidential O rt


. THE FIELD AS AOAINOT TAFT

The Favorite Sone Wi INadeavor to
Combine Aginet the Seorery of
War and Prent His Nomination.
Mr. Bryan Menepellsee News.
Spelsil Oorr0pealllene Te Da0l Bas.
Washlintab, D; 0., eb. 7.-Con-
iress has virtually done abthng but
talk for the pa week, wicb mesan
that the leaden nlt~ad to tandpat,
pas the appropriaton bills and go
home to look after their fenos. It
may be of l teret, therefore, to in.
vestitate what U the present condi-
tion and the probable outcome of te
Republican factional iht. As far as
the nomination for Prsident is con-
corned, it Is Taft against the field,
with Taft apparently well n the lead
at this writlan. The favorite son
control their own Btates with the fol.
lowing delegates:
Knox-Pennsylvanis 8, iew Jer.


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sey 24, Delaware 0, total...... 98k u yOu bIVIISyIW w r y taiey requently develop inta pneu- JU ana rragraut........ ., GeorLia Con ...UL
Hughes-New York ............ 17 mo a. Poley's Homey and Tar not .
Cannon- lnoi ................. only tps the cough but host and The Swift Creek Ditillng Co,
airbanke-Indiana ........... 80 "' strenlthes the lung so that no serl- nLcrpwed
LaFollette-Wiso.asn ........... oa foepepsta n Twm n etd be fared. The gen B-- LOUISVILLE, KY.
Snfor oDysp ps me Fo Hoqey and Tar contain. "1/ ]le'iuls -ll? ld- l .
Totl .....................no hamful drs and i In a yellow
..............package. Refuse subtites. J. W.
As there are lI delegates to the R- SOLD IY ALL DRUGGISTS. MoOollm & Co. -
publican NatiUoalOoanvUtontlut will re --.- ,-- ,n -_ _____- ---. n _--
quire 497 for a majority and the antl- former secretary Shaw attempting to Strana |&ven fteMn Yearo
Taft managers will need I11 sore be a favorite son, but his late attempt Rms, Ga., Feb. 7.--Voluntary
votes than those of the States abovq to break Into the ranks of the frensled manslaIl hter was the vedlet in the W ite C t Wi Fn
enumerated to nominate some other financiers of Wall Street will probably strange ease, and a fifteen year sen. wj W
candidate, aot as a stopper on his political am- tace was Imposed by Judge Wright.
Some of. these favorite eone will biton. A saled verdict was returned after By E. W. Berger of Florida A agricultural Experiment Station.
et all or aome of the delegate from West Virginia will be likely to send all bourV dellberation. -Jack Stralle a OOOeaapggg- g l n nn O nn- -
other States, but there is a thi aer delegate controled by Senator Elkln. shot a fellow employee eo tte South
tain about it yet United StatesBeoa- and opposed to Taft. who will be for ora railroad. Blake Patterson, ian It is now generally well known among the citrus grower of thtitate
tor Murray Crane of Maseaaebnett Knox when the balloting becomes quarrel over a girt as November 1. that there are several fungi which live parastically upon the immature staes
Is Ite managr of the Knox boom and really Ilteresting. e larve and pupae) of the whitefly (Aleyrode. Hrit), and tht, as these
Serdited wih havln nded ov. The balance of power between the This May Interes You. fun become well established in a grove infested by whiteflies the de-
toor Heihe tho waiangie dhMl a T Roo baeveltTaft pad the Keox- he kidy ustroy these tnsects by the million. The best known of these fungi are the
aor Hea ugtes to a Tot hi re elf a CRoonsevlt-l t and the Kox-han hes No one is immune from kidney tro- Red Pungut, the Yellow Funtus, and the Brown Funus. Three others, not
at ndidate, s ro m o 1 tne*i f doe d e well be n othe r nd otathe ble, so Jtt remember th r Foley's so well known, are the Red-baded Bcale Fungus, the White-fringe Fugs
deeRatooe m lt onew Tort. W dther eat tfrm the outhern at .. Kidney Ce will stop the Irrela- and the Cinnamon Fungus. The last two have only recently been doselbel
deloatr WSe wea t er e.lla ef they but p the rvote Tal mr y a tleo and e an as of kidney and by Prof. H. B. Iwtett of this Station In Press Bulletfis 68 and W
4atoe tirms t oWa ael ~,dob. be eetro d,l rt If the admlistration badder trouble tht I not beyond the specvely; and their discovery being relatively recent we are not so wi
1 ne yet M1d. c111 Lo e N th e oppoeltes will y oi. T hems rec of medlicn.--J. prepared to make recommendations, either as to their efficency Ia retfale
aater 4 U= l l the outh (1 ere trme tfrmer the whitefy, or as to the bet methods for Introducing them. The 3a-
oa15 a1e 55l>h i i, itn thIe Rooevelt o headed Scale Fungus, so efficient in reducing eale Insects ina lorid has
i M e v ta t in the ero votA IET only rrely been observed upon any of the yooag stages of the whitey, ad
mdabvly elimnating the aets vote Io
thel atme e m s rIs r toe powerfti and tarlag over all the patronage to TIME so will receive nofurther mention here.
to be de1e e 'Minelltie Itos a few erected lll*.bhte ha angered I I T P W ATIO or 8POr -ncoNTAIING UQUID.
ddUbtful quantity Net yet the darkey ledern. That feelinc haa
ta the Otlas t asy bt. the dareyo battle er. by the Brownfeelin s The following description of the spore-spraying method for lntroldeln
Sian or a ede d ee mo New Hap vte at more w ic ill tt he Btown By Bo B y TYour BREAD from the funag Is based mainly upon experiments with the Red and the Tellow
ahte was fora ated by Presdent eHeet lta roe Northern Sltatels wherePungl, and the method was apparently flrst sncessfully employed by the
Reetvelt w ad nwaii t med dowI by tthete ntAe ar numerous Thls pewo writer. It i considered the preferable method, and I. probably appable
Na te at te larstaed e iof b t he n there tate o am lr maye lead to Pnu e U1i. T. C to all the ung mentioned, excepting perhaps the Brown Fungue. Mapel
frit New HIamphire there a a Rea t ew contateOs ai eleat dIone rom ments so far idicate that this method can be employed hartng any moth
for dNeleatempi d heiro th e uthrght le onttes and the legt be from of the year, although a better Infection with funau may generally be e
for delegates, and whea er Bouthora ste and the firht be ccarhor yu wfe he beon do the p ected during the warmer mouths. The spores or germs (which take the
toat wll onItrol o 0te Churchill taoI- led iato the convention. a"Wna ofetlsl oM soaf ltl eg o place of seeds lit funll are washed out of the fungus by means ofe iter
tioa enabt be sttd at this wrlUna. There eIs a chance for unlmralleled eomere Are yeo n the Ol1 If net, pe o it forty of te brit red o t th u s by m f t
If the Senators win the delegates will corruption to ilay its part In the Re- o too U Uwe rn1t forty of the brllht red or beriht yellow putules of the to
support Knox or Hugbhee probably the publican Conveutlon. for delegates -. -- a pint of water. This will be about the same as one or two hfunguebeAigt
atter for the fat few hallot from the Southern taf have usually leaves to a quart of water. More fungus may be used, but the aunmoatti-
There is a feetional glht raslng In be,.n In politics "for what there was cated s. bes ound to give good results. sBok and wash the f-ag
Iowa between the Allson and Cum. in it." with the rderal oltlcs. rount. * t leave and all) for ten or tteen minutes, and strain throulA choewedeth
ias factions, with a co pltcatlon of In no a) much extra boodle to the Masa or i.e wire gause .


?!winner.
The Cause ofMan~y Tb~he hmeratic tiews ofI r jamt
T Cvft has wen sbmewhat mn411110,Eilols
Sudden D ftttiv. by Mr. Blryan, who came to the 04apl-
etirr ii a pt m tail last aturday to attend the (Irid-
C4ilt.l iron bancluoeL and has rentained here
I VA until the middle of the past week
I-nsulting with his friend, iaout how
IaN *I.. to ovemrtme the ob.tactciv that arsi In
I*,.,,, his 1th to attain his ambitlou The
V. A&'( V Pr. o "s Ituresen talaltsnod here In the
l lte' Intorest of Mr. lIryazas fewadidae) wits
'4 ,h ii
!I II% 1b4: alm st lea a da ssla uble c ptdllion when
~Jj. il:weit..&.ti~~ the tpoll of the iwtandlatg of the i'.'nmo.
v' ctlrati enewbere of (loottree. lo puh-
....i 'C' Ilihod They could not twlievt- that
(R~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~var tI4,%"isg~t'.~ *~ or-third of th.te Owreoieara.'u
tile lij4'tle ~.'' 'L !'.1,1'1, MRA*.
qk j ,is . 1 .% :I 1we'. willing to ato )to rntrw as bein
ilia .. h. o p.' l~isO5qi to Mr ttryaaatiU, et&Iiatitiola
Iolto a 'i .'' 1 it was threwf i deeiieel ito have titcr
a Cut r A erl't rk.n Id Mw It it icrtlri teathe
trealiv, At ilt I t wal l'r vo Id I
jj~ We'aibrtA 4Asaid I %,* if tach a arge tie
IAkII a 1 ) .~~1 4' :% t,'ot f~awtitut r.'ialle uilateu The result %as,

ycrr6 '~at u .ei 2.~~ I .
Ito .aut th., oknit, v"iivi- -that alargrr
It r~I' 1.4 exnamaasve-r '-'ftialle't i %ite cm ro.'rd aP4

retes tnaa :the -el11 hes. ed that onl 'i% a rrrr(it
I4.t jlT"1C4 1.) ''' .cfthe livauxtrAtir eur'~eu ~~.
tl e tintl ,v t ie i dt 11 4I 0 Wc We teret a nd h Iia tti t
!Vru 11taes, Wer"Inflara le Rol tv 041111
It ptawle s l~~ r,~nation tifMr lir% agn Tbta Aopjlk.e
tS&t~Ie c'f ti ta': Ldt ,: ,k (Iti emalr'haed I! lb.' fact~ that Ij
vul t w~a t rse na c rtlA A 11" of the 1 I' -1 th at &I
whocl IlV all dIu-.' ". largeM01.1,10 ofthe I 'raw
*.If 1tg0.kr a mIXmteri. of C s Aothototlagh not
I.KOWNl) 4 thl% 'if, wi .lltng to be c46vtvd *IIc1itii ptfsti ho-
40N t:, Avvl a Inuilt 0- fat tu ~I L
I tIt -t tt fIw l ok t talIo l W lik'mocrrtl firt s-1 u ha.,Waks
N Ciset feeet'ysetat'l"t withthem *bth aktt 'l. tbre the 4,. vo Iq
~~~d~ ~ 4.)inhmi
:*: p nkt, st wishwih to oppgev Mr flrvin )*4 b*
i I.e IIAl chf fret he Cana Ito veb.tsda MW
t. .~IW. but the.'t:) t4c' .f t --W ould Kof to m th@y1
R ", k it. Dr. ea eI II' itT It t t l.86 0%
Ilmod whe waweid O beftee un
bLU iPr'mIlk N"naba, ?.t "d..saws eraw


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FURNITURE

FurniturmSold tin FAey
Pavmnt& ',.Show *-QVse.
Matte to Order. Repairing
a Specialty. Sell 4I%1COrn.
znision,
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I'NRAT NG AND 8PrIAYT~t.
-Spray the mixture of spores and water on the under surface of ti
whitefly-Infested leaves. Look well t: the newer growth, and if the lrvIe
and pupae, or the adult fite. or all thr.e.,, are abundant there. qpray ti
larts thoroughly If the supply of seed fungus Is limited. spray oly te
worst Infested twig and branche, f r the funguu will infect roma of Wte
larvae there, and the adults maturing from those not infected, @~
ith other adults migrattlg there, will carry the fungus spoure to art
Iarts of the tree and to other trees. 1'* a new Nprayltg outfit, prnu
one of the Compressed Air Sprayr type (.3 or 4 gallus ca acsty). g*
little or no copper or bras about It. Do not use an ootft previ~eiy asl d
spraying Hordeasx or other strono fungicidel sle ce e mall amin
untlcMWe left In the machine may kill the spores An oM wo nt-l g 1
which hbabeen previously used only for tsap solatlorn or oil emaiBO q- l;
eniplovod. but it should be well walked out with water. A largr srst
machine mounted am a Ilrrel may be us-dl when many acres of tree ar- to i
spralyed anid when an abndancee of fungus r available. Ise a -re -,
during a Yrv t, spray. and thoroughly wet the teves )uat to th
Oing Iltl. it requires abnot three weeks for the Red ed Yellow lrue
make a visible Vowth
A modlfcation of thie sporl-lirufa) i mnetbod recently brought to
/ riter r attntlim. 'coslsttq In flirting th liquid agallst the unde gi--t
Sf the slaves by imrans of a Un cup A wisp-broom may also be Girlrn7
or a bunch of Imall twigs dipped nt the lquid., t will ot abe c-- .
t r.triii th ., l.iqui h.i *it is tIltend,.l to be applied In this O u

TNHE BRio,' % te'.i.
Tb.. ll' ,railti ri.rl4 MII U',hl, no't w-rrally applWibleaL* -
4urtig ithe 11 Li, *s it un ipu 4. 0f uhich t. P V .; St P04 0 1114 16 .
Tbhis tlngia tlai howoerrer be.ten ll,oparted several timet yt I I
owltb IIed i it si d e to empk) t hre s e,,raytngl netha- ie
t. larewns 'l'ngus it as ad4luJ tr ,,r tthe llagus Cf the le I A N.
of a littlr sand ans 'later atoius ln .. r ,tlUag lxture ofl tgo i
And wat.ir %** &a trs a4tratn the. lifqt l fl a nnrte tar Us aa
.r.l.tl qunantit 0 ftSO>nAI w for do &A MW


Advertise in THE


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t.i It is conceded by 1;.
I-M -mpau of Detroit, who. has *
beMen saleted by Mr. Bryan to manager
his campaign. If he Is nominated, that i I
4 I absolutely necessary for tie DIm-
ocra to cary the State of New Yorkll
to iosuti success. He realizes the




shall be nominated for Vice-President .
becau46 he has shown his ability to
arry the State. But much wiser poll-
ticaise than Mr. Campau has proOved J
bhlaslf to be-for under his political Finest O ld Whls kies
managePent the Democrate party of

so atten ted that there is appaently nully deectd g ran ad pur ter, invale u a
no organiation of the party there, for and an excellent, inligoraUa bereya
there is no Democratic member of the
te Iso and but fo v members of / For many years we hve been dltfllere-.egd a
tte Senate, and but fie member whiskies in our own warehouse. and sisted that
the Lower House of the State Le reach the customer In "Original Packagea" e m
nature, and no Democrati member by our unqualted guarantee.
of the present Congrese-declare that Both the medidnal and food vales of the Cor end
even the undoubted strengthh of Mr. Rye Is concentrated in our Whlskies. They are e.
(hanler would not be able to pull Mr. lately pure-s-m atl and mellow with age, and
Bryan through In New York. Without always given genuine autltfaction. Thousands of phle
New York It Is almost Imnltsible to customers can attest to this fact
fhure out a Democratic victory. EXPRll S PREPAID
ROBERT MILLER. Four full quarts (in glass).
ATTIC BLUI LA3BL
SImple Remedy for La Gripp. Finest Kentucky Bourbon $,.00 Pure OM# Corm.-.
La grippe coughs are dangerous as WILLOW DALE ItYE ALLAN SINCL"AIR







-w'- s55,


SIN SCHOOLROOM. s"- *xYliii a aoL.I
SOOT Or SED g Baboon Caused Conltelrnaon
Among Pupils at Lunch Hour. R DsVERR B. MORRIS,
ftered habtlltay from consti- Ocean Park. t'al., Pe. 7.-Mark i
SDon's Reguleta relieved and Howlett, 1 years old. and a pupil nla .... DENTIST..
hened the bowels, so that they the Ocean Park school. was bitten In
teen regtlar ever since."-A. E.!the fac. the I.ack of the neck aud
grocer, Sulphur Springs. Tex. 0o tnhe leg Wetne.~day by a larte Af. Orce over Ganesvlle Nail 1 .uk
r a residence here of several rlcan 'a Sage at tl,,b home of George B. Me-
I, Mr. ant Mrs. E. B. Godwiu -- --
r E Clelland and broke Into the lunch
movedd to their former home, room of te mshool, causing pant~ an4
bprlngs. They have many confusion. i D ALD.RMA A IF l.".
I here who regretted very much Another 'ahoomn whic.i erPped at
them leave. the came tin;e, raced around the school
tr David Wills of Starke came yard and chased the children. who took N
Irlday morning, returning home refuge in the s&ool bouse and other Ote ove' ftes Co Bans
si father. Judge J. T. Wills. In building. e 30 Galesville, Fla
trnoon. Master David is quite Young Howlettha wounds are reward. IPb vll, la
bt little chap, like his distin- d as rerlous. The animals were -
d father, makes friends wher- attracted to the building by the lunch.
Sg bePs cf the children. upon which they B. ELLIS, JR.,"
fearted before beltr r-captured by *
ty Sheriff I. C. Walker has re McCle'land sad others u',e eame to
from Dunnellon, where he went assist him. ATT)RN :Y -AT-L. LA
o John Johnson. a colored
it who wa convicted in Justice A Stitch In Time
son's court at Newberry upon Will ave nine. so will a bottle of
ge of assault, and sentenced to BIllard's Horehound Svruu alavs


mthe in the mines.


kept on hand save maty a PsIll of
sickness. A sure cure for coughs,
colds, bronchitis and whooping cough.
Mrs. S.-, Hot Springs. Ark., writes:
"I keep a bottle of Ballard's Hore-
bound Syrup In my medicine cheat,
and thank my forethought many times.
It haa prevented many sever spells
to sickness." Sold by W. M. Johi on.


Mer P It Trial Trip.
lam n raaeeo, 9OP. T.-'Ty ne
auered enumr uNth Dakota, aster
ship at the CaJtrala sad the other
armored ruled mow o the ooast
wll have her Srta Ioverammt trial
trip ea hbruary ame-danto I-
Itrmatts give out Wedaseday. Tba
south Dakota is now at Mare Island
&ad will be taken to Saaa Barbara
chaual ftr trl. By the tlme the bat-
tictbp lest arrive here It l aepet-
ed the South Dakota will be in cow
misaaon and will make the eighth bat.
tleship of her lass on this coast.

Don't Put Off
Until tomorrow a hat you ran do to.
day. If you are suffering from a
torpid liver, or constipation, don't wait
until tomorrow to get help. Iluy a
bottle of Herbine and get that liver
worMng right. Promptniess about
health saves many sick skills. Mrs.
Ida Gresham, Point. Tex.,. rites: "I
used Herblne in my family for six
years, and find :t d.es all it claims
to do." Sold by W. M. Johnson.

No Founatlen for RSumoe.
radtasapolis. Feb 7 --Joha Ml'bh.
el, president of the t'tedd Mita
Weaers. wb asked Tureday In rW
ar4 to rmoars to the d*ee tkat thea
had bee inaurated during the re
twat lale workers coavetao'a ao
meat to ladwee tbhe eadlA4ty oatr
tala .atrsat o or the prMldu s of
the Itnited States ad for other pe
little olle". stated Ilat 89 far aa e
knew Mtre was no fea'j4Ales6 or
thse rumors.



CASTOR IA
lr idhat sad ChiutLdr
TI KKi Yu Inm h rc !ht
Bears the so .
spnaturel (Jia


BAI1 R, IUATPF ON A AXTER
T'MTORjNEt'YAT-LAW,
SLOLIOrTiRS TN CHAN( FiRY.

GAIII3SVf.Lt. Ahebus (in., PtA
Oft*. IS Ha Blook.

FE1tDINlA" BAYElR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,


IGAwan.u",


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Oaia woil yo r aly property, (Is*
proved ad opaimpiwod). pho thete,
trnklng aMdr farmlal laead. 4end hir
a lis of whaB you o(fer fot sal. l149a

J. A. OARLI8LS,
ATTORNEY AT LA*
Aad Solieltor In Equity
IRe' Kstat, O(l sepanelng and (sPo
oval Pr kleo. All bualmas prronis')
Mtm4ded to. OIo m Hlt door to rP
0"s. OAIMDrII.LI. liomiis.


VILrnK CLARK.


THK& W. iUiij 1,'


CLARK & FIELIINO
Lawyers.


IS a O urts, State ad
Iera.


o. K. Robinson and James Adam.
< spent a couple of days this week
In ,he West mad, where they went
n khe Interest of H. P. Dutton & Co..
oJ(n. It ia understood that Mr.
o0nson purchased quite a lot of the
SeWy staple during his visit.
ng the prominent iavellng men
city are Oeo. C. Warner. rep-
tng the Miami Cycle Company,
ton. Ohio, and T. N. Diddle,
representative of the Mor-
Coast Brake Company. Mr.
or makes his home In Jackson-

B. Brooks, manager of the Gaines.
Bottling Works, has installed a
bone of the Southern Bell system,
as will be noted by change In his
erment. the factory Oow has
the East Florida and Bell phones.
number of the Southern Bell
e is 369.
ttaUton is called to the change of
ertisement of The Oalnesville Na-
al Bank, which appears elsewhere
ta issue. This bank In one of the
gest, as well as one of the most
ively managed institutions
e kind In the State. and toe bust-
is growing daily.
H. Patterson of Baltimore. one
the oldest trailing men in the
In point of service, is In the city
two or three days. Mr. Patterson
been a regular visitor to Gaines
for many years, and says It
t ke home to him. He makes
headquarters here several days,
g the outlying territory from

the vilAtors to this city is
Hgh Morris, formerly of \Waldo,
pow pastor of the Oak lawn P're
n church. Philadelphia Ir
notwithstanding that le is
a young man. has made an e '1.
record as a mlnistl r and
and is apSi rated by his
While here he is the guest
Ma brother. Geo. P. Morris.
itMor of The Memphis iTenn )
Writes: "In my oplnlotl
Hoeey and Tar Is the bea.t
for coughs. colds and lutia I
and to my own personal
Ftor's Honey and Tar na
l many permanent cirr
a bue little abort of mary.
SaRuse any but the genuinen i
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ACHUA' COUINT1Y
Alasvbus UoeMS (Is S1,10 lO ares a
arme, hb ee % Illoe t road 0t
wiles vsau n road, O f
12 aUbile ol..V1 pheba
plam, IDrm e il. wil7. 1700 oe
ft foot ae*WpsPsrs, .an p m-
arn cin, Ott, r", su er,
o41, rye. pnaete. pineavp ., et.
sage..pseeuho. pe. IPe.
cas, Ad all hinds of vegeitabIs.i


Glowille, tMe Cuny CCl.a 'I

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e.Ie t he uaaesuekw'UP I
spbse, sinva.i e .,l o ka .
asetr, sp10=..0 l1metrt I F
W=W -- W, the F&Od lir. I
WOMP Ofte o4 Vag'
0409e.a gui. we mewato,~* %
thrv* Fall" e't oofer W pr =Ga
,rrtaehirlmg eewlr'ee.~l Ose Cbe
pemeplat Oeau, beebe weI~u ll
atm ateree cmrariva. co
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--- aage,-J. V1 AV% 04113 Cculdn't $land the NIOM Otifepe
Siim*I~'&4. Tese. F O -S B.
p Jessie Seaborouwb. M flp~la .'t 1v. Yt J.f *a4 ( ff 7 ee?.
bd of .ha. Ala. who ba j Teuar.ctf Las h ek0 his G. bBumu
S for the pmt few days "W, acre fa-ra .zn4 all! rie % 4 SOW
I M rI. L N. H.anoli. has gone otIthr sm:. Mr Wal alIU l
ater!. wbhee she will be the g~m4elrt-*! loss go nlg the pe rear
ig g &100 befre turning toiat t .e .'. an tb. might rId8e amuO
m~ k Bmylh b"r clever,,it is Itr 'his :-46A 'M he has 41i
Of tb r=s aw .sM ScWbtw- cd I('h h 'Ifarnm I AN 9* 4 INsI*
,,Mo oSS friends aoujit thei Mba4 b-ro seo ba'.1'd strd 1st As.
&"hr. all of whom .111 gust F. par raiy.;& stpri wer

a se to toe advertise.. so ixy Year
Yb. Whit. HOses. Jamwes V"
sh~IC reb appeals u nr WiaW's rvolk iee Sri. hab
r.. bI. cp ur- hamseed fVe Cir'es t etbr o
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Calling as OABLESTON 6. 0.. both "sls.
ths Finest SteaMshI in a the Cetwise Sraise

U!3d eNew Englaud and 8outbern Iines
FNr ij h' 60-Tv fr beboeev JAV'~vNV1VIX, 1 061VIN aud
t1tID CR, E NC 1and All Eastern Nins.
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Mapping at PI& taka. .Ami vu;o, kets lord (1)tAndml,;.0 IIIto ,Sbeu.6to LOO-SO0~
Dot l. LohLiA River.
Steemers "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE' end 10FIE09K DE BARY,
ar* appoirilrd to seail as f~iliwo: Leave JAssaVIDLNVLI.am daily #beepS
s8Mur1.yW, HW:11) p. mu. us.l u41611`901,
d4O1i iuiysp, at lU:IA) A. I.


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a 300 a. in.................. .Astor.............. Leave 4:00p. am
* ........... ... .. liereafor' (DOtal d) ......... Leave 1:00 p.
9 o0 ) a. m ................ Sa otrd ................ lave 10:00 a. I
10: 30 a . . .. . . t.. er prlse ........ . . Leave 10:0 a. I
Pasenger and Ticket OlffIc 1e West Bay Street Jakaeenvllle
H. ItAY MOND, V'ice Prl leltdut and UreWal Manager. New York.
MAYNAIU), r T. MA C.IlARTY. U. P A..
Pier 36, N. I t, Nt York Pier 2S, N. It. New York.
SCROIIl.K. C. A. P. M. IRONMONOUR. A. 0. P. A..
l.etomurg. Fla. Jacksetvlll, Pla.
JUNICr. T. P. A., JOHN PENIMtW.U T. P. A..
Jacksouvilll, Vla. PIer 8C N. R.. New York.
C. I. lOVtLL. Ag lut. Jacksonville, 'la.
General Offe, PrW II6, North Rvler, New York.


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NEWS OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED

atfwn 1t bu la IJtart Okth.
"nd yt Our hwus&W

S PECRONAL AND OI.AL ITEM

mhat Ha Happened nd What Is
Ging to Happe Told n Shet Par -
*iphe sm That OH Whem Puc May
odw it tinThe "a
Phoe orders for emam to 48-
FPie Grove Dairy.
BrnasJetrsr was I1 the city from
Resahobeo ,ee ,.
S. P. Gibbs mad e, St. Petersburg,
wer In the city veerday.
Blank warramtar f o jWce Of the
paec for ats t tla oak.
A .DaCoeta Ma Ntarmed from a
Iblies trip to JabImoYUIS.
John P. Ambree has Mrtart
free a brflf vblt to his motahe
Waldo.
Jerry Sherouse, a well-known plant.
er of the Windaor section, spent yee
teday in this alty.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Roaborout and
daruhter, Mrs. Moore King. wrre In
the city from Windor Thursday.
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ALUMINUM
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NVf:I, ( 11, 1, N ()'rr k~(~
WEKAR orr.

W~ill lzL't lift-ttillo, light,
d urahle aiid v';.'v to keop
ibalrl. hliets III ha l tile
tim mnuired im t ior ware
--doo nout burn va v Will
r~jidjI~ jul~tttill- Atuii', Your
silverware
We ealr'y itvotjlc11to 111t,
Of this ware--CAopicr Pots4,




Baird Hardware Co.
"IIOLIWALN AND) WAIL


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Pure Jersey cream--any quantity.
Pine Grove Dairy; 'phone 439.
Friends of W. C. Matheson are glad
to see him out again, after an Indis-
position of the paat few weeks.
Miss Nellie Nash, a charming young
lady of Alachua, is in the city for a
day or two, the guest of friends.
If you want ine, Juicy, tender meats
and good groceries, send your order
to J. ,' Harrold and you will not
be disappointed.
heriff Robert Walker of Levy coun-
ty passed through the city yesterday
en route from Jacksonville to his
home at Broason.
D. J. Byrd of Graham, one of the
efdlent county commissioners of
Bradford coouty, was a business visa
itor to GaesvUlle Thursday.
B. F. Matthews and A. H. Emersoo
of Taooma, who oame to Gaineville
to tt4d the meeting of the Farmer
Iatltate, hae returned to their home.
,,=t Howell. a su0cOsful farmer
l MI d, was among those who st-
tended the meettg of ke Fraers'
Inatitte. He returned to ibe home
yesterday.
R. 1. Bradley of Wacshoota was
in thp city yesterday. He was en
route home from Alachua. where he
has been a visit to his brother. Jesse
Y. Bradley.
Preldent A. I. Walker of the
school for the Deaf and Blind, 8t.
Augustine. left yesterdayy for Jack.
sonvllle, after a brief business trip
to this city
('apt. and Mrs. F. M Farr of Union,
. C.. have arrived in the city. and
will be here for somem time as guests
of the family of their son,. l. J. M.
rarr. vtie-praldent of the I'tlversity.
Another called u( One bananas Just
arrived, and will be sold cheap. All
four places, Opera House block, 102
West Main street 8., 104 Wet Maim
street N. and West Union street.
Oeorge & Fr tnciusc
W P Nestle of Fiunt. Mich.. a hotel
man of broad experience, has accept
ed a lpoition with James Van Alien
a wanaintr of Th* W hlle lhmua. Mr


i. Derrick has returned troi
points tn Bouth Plorida, where he has
been for the past few days.
Miss Edith Brant, one of Alachua
county's efficient teachers, left yes-
tcrday for a brief visit to Mclntosh.
'Nicholas Fran;cl-co left yesterday
for Ocala, whlire hl-. 11 riea!n for
the next two or three' days on bus)i-
ness.
Cheapest accident insurance-Dr.
Thomas' Electric Oil. Stops the pain
and heals the %ound. All druggists
sell it..
Ten Years of Success-For ten years
Blue Ribbon Extracts have been grow-
ing in popularity and today they out-
sell allothers.
T. J. Swearingen, the naval stores
operator and lumber manufacturer of
Kanapaha, spent yesterday in Gaines-
ville on business.
R. M. Wiliamns, formerly a merch-
ant of Waldo but now holding a lu-
crative traveling position, spent yes-
terday In this city.


-0bmUObrwde

The oly bkas powder mad,
h Royl Grape Cream of Tartar

Thee can be no comforting confi-
deuce when eating alum baking pow-
dcr food. Chemists say that more or
less of the alum powder In unchanged
alumoralumaltsre mains In the food


HAVE


A Paid (mpital te Earned surplus and Prot .............. 8,00.00
Res~ures more than ...........0,00000'
Individ 'al and Bank Deposits average ........ 180,0 00
United States Deposit ....... 166,600.00
Number of Stockholders .................2.
Number of Depo tors...... ...........


when eating, that your food is of
highest wholesomeness-that it has
nthin In it that can InJure or
dires your--makes the repast
Gdoubl comfortable and satisfactory.
This supreme confidence you
have when the food s raised with


CLARK & CO., BROKERS


Cotton, Stocks, Bonds, Gral, Provisions
BQ)THII PIIO 3ES

aiesvNe Office ever J. Manage' Stre S outh Sie Sqire

Branch Offices: Tallahassee, Lake City, Live Oak,
Madison, St. Augustine, Gainesville.


Main Office:


16 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Florida


U. EU


W. T. Chesnut, the merchant of Ar-
redondo, spent yesterday in this city
with his family and on business.
Miss Christine Richards left yes-
terday for Tampa, where she will be
the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Irem
Woods.
Additional Short Items on Page 3.



...WANTS...


Master James, the bright young son
of Perry G. Ramsey 'of Wacahoota.
visited the city Wednesday night, at-
tending the show.
Warranty and mortgage deeds, chat-
tel mortgages and labor contracts for
sale at this office. Price 50 cents per
dozen, or $2 per hundred.
We deal in nothing but stall-fed
beef, which Is a guarantee that you
are getting something nice. Send us
your order. .1. G. Harrold.
0. W. Dykes was In the city Thurs-
day. Mr. Sykes Is school supervisor
for the Forest Grove school, which is
one of the best rural schools In the
county.
Col. I. E. Webster left yesterday
for Jacksonville. having been sum-
moned on account of Illness of rela-
tives. It Is hoped he found the con-
dition of the patient improved.
As will be seen by announcement
elsewhere, the National Biscuit Com-
pany has a demonstrator In the city,
who will be at the store of E. A.
O'Neill today. An invitation is ex-
tended to the public, especially the
ladies.
A meeting of the Ladies' Hospital
Aid Association will be held at the
home of Mrs. C. J. Richards North
Oak avenue, at 3:30 o'clock this after-
noon. There will be business of im-
portance, and all members are urged
to attend.
There will be a special practice of
Holy Trinity choir toolght at T o'clock,
to practice chants for the unday ser-
vice. All meters are earnestly re-
quested to be present. It la expected
that the practice will not last more
than hait an hour.
The friends of Mrs. J. A. Goodwin
and Miss Connell will sympathize with
them over the sudden death o their
father, Arthur Connell. of Newport
News. Va. Mrs. Connell left Thurs-
day for Lynchburg. where the inter.
meant was held yesterday.
Saturday is special salesday at the
Woman's Exchange for everything in
the culinary line. Lunch served at
noon. Hot coffee and rolls, baked
beans and brown bread. deviled crabs.
oake. pies, etc. Orders will be re-
ceived and killed at any timU dilriiK
the week on short notice.



At OWNEILL'S

TODAY


''he National Biwtcuit Comn-
Ianv will give a dlenonstra-


tanh lnrtkio, bet no adverse-
aut taea forte k than 20 amnts Six
words make a line; no ractonal lines,
ever word over seeh six counting a
an additional aae. CASH In advance
must seoompay all orders for anser-
tiome h ths column.

WANTED.
WANTED--A competent, steady sta.
ti6nary engineer; must be good me-
ehanlc. Apply to J. 1 Wilcox. Wil.


co. Florida.
WANTED--Nght clerk at
Ilouew. Intelligent. |ml)lt.
man of good habits Apply
Ing or at omce.

FOR SALL
FOR 8ALE-Black record car
writer ribbons for legal
The Bun oice.
FOR SALE--Two highgrade
cows, with calves May be
Thomas' stables until A
8pring Park Stock Farm C
FOR RENT.


CONTINENTAL


RESTAURANT
OreMnd Fleer-Nrext to ftose.
Colmealeatly Lcated Tet rivata
Not "the oldest bank in the city" bat
tim oldet established restaurant, tuh
bet equipped, and tu e place for Isdies
ntlenemen, and children.
OYSTERS6C..
Re"u.eal. Tdng Thlo.
WESTERN STEAKSt CHOPS
DRIPPED COPPFFI-
Regular IM AI Tmdralg tW l !




n season. Open early and
Se.. he etastWe es CAM OWrNosw
W"e r7w odo wha e woms"oe

Auicbu Countj Abratn f.
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Perry Ootma. Pr : J. W :o 1-
Prs.: a. O. t. sM.efe m
OAItNEVII.LE. FLA.


-.- .- We do as exclusive Abstragt
Blro' Imess with failliti for .t u YSr
mlatbrmus.m eoS a l
,'oung mr d aTell ieadst in NmOW
In writ. hIn-i -- ei W 3



o t EL DORADO CAFE
worL t 1 arln ever ad Sle Itre
.- wr te e oisne of tbe Wroey
ermn eCMA be bonL'"
* Jersey a sso be h
.sen at (YSTERS-Nothing but I'dtar ey.
saturday. T.EA KS-4'h ,ie W mtern.
o' ClHO'--Any kind I can Iet.
If y'm want angjing el, and it'g
In tiw-n. I'll pet it for yo


..... 98... IT... ... 11OW"' "... .. . "-- lO k R 41T --New fv e-room cottag t In Iy tif) ay. y mA j can u~t a
Nestle is quite popular, nd his as- tion at O'NEll.I'S TO1DAY Soth GInesvie H Appmly at y ol.
soration with this hostelry will prove wa s or e r -
an additional drawing card Theiy have a wpial rprvent- O fr or o~ --ll al lr 2c---
Mrr c'ltare McRae of Kinderku. Oa. ative ill our citVy Va RENT- T n new ho. rLn ,. Tt i for t' lh. #4-aa,
bo has bet u In thbs city for the pet plet ilth baath and w,,ra I:r nteed.
few da )* as ague t of Mte Lucillle Al lalit. sin ,ar s p'ially in-1 h brt of cit Also. wne -Ix r..i;:i If y1t an partrcular .t how
Colklough left >)ste rday for TamlAL. d, bnue four blorks from q ,ur. I. f i, ""' i t. y. n k, A
her* he Ch mill stlpnd a few days with Vdit to attell(l. Y to K K Vovle. AgeTt to o
her father, l" Wo ldrlide Mrs c- ---, "
tRae i a lady of most entertalanng dis- AHAK CL H '-V-LT
poltion and made many fris ds m.13 V,4A C tE TA\/OR- C ., LrE GRAHAM. A'. C..'^.
'otwr who rregrtted her dearture

,,e "t.,r, e '. on" is -.,'r ..t FIRST NATIONAL BANK e vile Flor
street N a ftre rou cottae e -
foudaun has btee laid. and the c0 .CATAL N u 1 M MTEmA nTE MP
tractorr expects to lpu' theb ork _
rapidly to coml'ueim Mr WeAske
Sor al, brgt"he at t We O er Unexcelled Facilies and Upto-Date Methods of Bn
1.a',.irr o w t.C i, PROMPT--C(')RTEO '---REIIABYlE We ,lurit Your turns,
fe. w sll Tbei ald will be aed -
jfeec tw oglem"Ad wll bemsued ____ -
as a bluettamith sd wages ehmAlso F ir b w b m.b ...


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