Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01202
 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 11, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01202
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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hvWs' Fbet hsla Threug a
iWlly ftnsrqUe Waterway.

Here Shipe Will Run Close Inshore,
Pft Natioal Salute, After Which
fI tl Will Continue Their Voyage to
*Ii-, #sru.
S at1 Areaas, Stralto of Magellan,
~l 10.--Tbh American battlehlps,
cb~Upoanle4 by the torpedo boat flto
eared from the harbor at 1
. ,h..Btrdla morning on their way
Mo western half of the strait
lle Pltol mat of America.
| louqts the dangerous channels of
1 Israi portion of Magellan strait,
Mta with extreme caution un-
P0 lllt, the western point of
a Oathler. sde of the struit had
left weU bond, and the waters
e broad Pacflic fairly entered, the
Skttleahip and torpedo boat
l Br fotilla, now continue their
Wi crulm.
Pato Arenas their course lies
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Jury Returned Verdict ef Not Guilty IlUUIIH ULlU
and Asked for an Acquittal. I
Selma, Ala., Feb. 10.-The Jury la
the case of Bob Andrew,, charged Ral ki Ma IM For
rwitt compllclty In the murder of ale
stepmother, Puma Andrewu, brought SpuI
In a verdict at 4 o'clock Friday aft-
tLernonof "not Iillty" and asked for'
acqutt14 The j,,r.r aa out ST, JAMES' ClURNCH,
about three hours.
The case haa ben onq of great In-
terest. It will be remembered that Royal Family Of Kngland
on the night of Dec. 17. 1904. Bobj Corps, Cablnet MInlsters
Andrews and his bother. John An. N i bl P n--
drews, went to the home of theirINtables PrIW -fala
father, old man Jim Andrew who WarinMp Half-Mated.
lived with his young wife near tihus- Ir bA a, Feb. O,.--iln
t-,r In WUll nII .., *r r n 10.-Ki

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K ING Favorably Reported by CommitU* on
War Claims to the Hou. I
Wihblsston, roh. b11,-The omni-
the Lae bus bll, racrying a to.at allowance
of $313.54.91 In pd~alw of cIlaim* for.
stor mand r:ppnles, talrnhed the army
of the Un~tt-41 sfaiti* 4urill th cldvi
warDO clainis of voltintet'r ofirs for
LONDON' service psy n4I rialn laim.hr iu ircih
00blt9lSa us I 1hi4' r Sod-t)n. .t 1W iK'
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houe FIriday 11 ,the ct'tul'lutl t On Big Moeamar of Philadelphal Ternt.
gar 01611m111. 11.l %:bis In'-r taken I Atlantis, Line Is New Tto Days
4ad PAt b)0) 1. l h(u4.' 0
The bill at rtocommitie IdtiritIett i in. Overdue-May Have Enosuntered a
pmPirlatloavr for r the tllmtlowhiei Htsto, In SSe 1r S1rm,
ftuad nnn,,,r AlabamaS21,0110 lllphl h. 10. -The I~alla
Widurfl~m SA diiii il' 1!.& Wain.

sazue i ght. sod w iLNN i rty mil In" and Q wn Alexandra, the i Of de Y it 5sits1 d ph ta hatng .Frlmattle 11110 tWOer
saae nught, and wi thin thirty*Oft thermfbers of tt ro*lcy .0 s M e igt froiLONd for tisl
aftor their arrival the z fihor and step.. =.e..t at it i,,i it port.whigh %a.pvkeu In latitu41.
mother were both dead, tVie old nianmIonginife,41, on.Jan. tkh. with 6
balling*been sMot through tflip abdo. o s i@tbreb f S. assera 11~1 8.41101 70,Tex*$.th(aoima*iet. TItioitii'1.173o..' S"6411t' &10 Pi~tbenbe
mien, (lying inimlv.WfIeWenochurch of S. J II$ '. h 7 T II31. H AI br h; ier In k bn e
Place ftkwthe late king ni'iiwn fr and S 3t. 'I ho0 AiJ6iI f,111 aty r
shot three timts it the back sd thenCatiotua csll tfornl to the t lnt sott 1i thint
her throat wa set. Ir iech waf dPortu gIah Clurt of @llt if tinlder the pro%\ i4l'tsofa sthe s. 1tttt" illowte sie
John Andrews, %b', it It I!, Paid 4 1 4 Bowman.art. 9400 1%,IIr l a I w tell day
414 the man ac nt. i aOvOrus Whill sight On lan. 33.
the shooting, is snow wt-Org a life Ofthe diplomzatle corms. C"IIIItwin -Captain lJOY4.lit#r'wunlsmler of the
senteizCO In tbe he nltentifti.) Ist, high aal sa4 set mr I KILLED HI SFATHER. e
Bob, It '-was allex4, % an'ani, bgh naval ~a u l pel .. U Dr tsatemr, ret"Oid X11Purs s Ita I11e
and othe distlaralsho d a Dow team* the Cale n tol say have
complice, the pro ition cialnmi t a Se After I Om ewe) Jobs a. c ill rep. Gen Aftrwardils Turned Wepn Up.11 smo
he not only abettel his brother In ont ell and Died In Heeplli. r )y InaIng vwlo sat a3r
planningr the mumler, mi ha obrdbtd the Atekas lob C.46ext C ro. to.--williom WI.rpr94b acaln owl n
lndre.i outg the utbro, t olf the I b U ded for staewit" a ait liams. 22 1 )l'ars id, who shot and kill-bay have rulesOurt oifcosl.
t tthat only tbose wit4 sprkirl, ainie .
man afterrshe had becen shot. ooq be accomistidated, to o church. fvd his father, John Williamo, rI WAM LOST OR
The oae "wa a hard-fought one. dky might tt Sh~fr Wtno at 4CWI!* Itah
e best W trltw befallotelaind avnue, d Saturday In a hoo. t *. -.
la 6" "SalN~,Wuqeswua&Ie,&-A -sw ,

point otn the mainland of on both mi@fees. 1he y calm wasMaMAIO i. Me bm Wi-
40"100 that o1 Man Jim Andrews. whowto Mmrof he liw ru. erd a th rl. o a
; ForwArd the strait turnsworth oauierbe* I Ivwo bosh Whe ih an atgreat dfwthe olnt url.n adbe & W out of l. 1 b A r0I t.
to" ra 'elud having hoter l 4,40111`61 of the Brit. ouc
-7Wis o 160 lt II as LB a sortvest M089 7 so dands, W4 giyo uover his-a *tk* w
MmuOU uAter Ca* Pi'wu bas proMprty t& bl young *tIs. and this INCIDENT m WU0RD. day the futhor erplnoyeedk fr fm e rrlroose pP isNN Wo bat v
h the batueshi.s, 9M the boys objected to, they being chll- fty tjt w`rk 014d WO0d t inanat ohPiplS to
t o iod eorthward.and Ioo di by bi gisrst wife. DemItebllmlOn Aplaft PW Mi. MI. horkso artially Ialetae Ist a& 1 I ownte beIF.iwo ofs am rw
braided the a"O hlr otorIn to hit
sal tese. bto Cause LATE KCNTUCKY TRAQGEDVy. H OIS.Vork and 6an theepos aotes bya o50WS *
am"1 60 th rocky 00 Wsa hO i e 16 tci 4 aid f10 hemr twice 44 a o nd t of me e t ap sOpr
of CII. lhe bat6e4ps Is ea 06 Mrgie Says His Father MI*'~ t, RIN@ aul ttarg the wspS m% WimN.Wf.
Alue awll Ed thrdvo-ee off temWted o Asai Amb Him. at.d N of 4"WesghmRsOsa
Hoen tey wirma in Jaeolis. Ky... ab. 10-. --a. g M nnW% # he aunilas RK TO RM. b"an stM-m*
to' c sity ane ac& will ire who kUed hbI father. JudehA L WMV, hes b" b reseat olete in b w OsAt t he *
0deSOWalut S twestyose guns 31% i mae o 010 tati wh s ~ WW TOM 48 0Poll dtasrOm"g Otwigad Wiie Wend m wla ameft ay trov att
~I thet will eaetiane their be said that his gsteor t&aImped is Is ft n l bo oouaottastlem o Se Amuu of es. "dW
to am", P on. 4080@him rhb e s he west W 0a 110 00 01' I O41 itv. vch Uvr, m en iamc. K Is m*O hmde tb e St b
lbraft of mmou" o t SUM bW** as dmtjag, He Ita Two won it one"
~iUk s .1 Ma psua sranit Iswore the rbosa*, Me ndb IS pltoi wasIseas I will la OW heW hf eW 1 l
"M010 t 1et1SOW Passing 08 114 10 hsV aSJ J Taulnbee PU k 51W" e&rbeono IMS**laeder,.ns-- sIo. i i. e
Mom e emotwildly pleturaque day. butfthe. hearing was gps464a dod ascos o a* wshow.. *in 0 Mr w.3aPig" W 9Whmetoe *n a" "isbd Iit. eamis
18 the 1o`Ul Ad bA lm-er. usi SeiMMmday. He ezprises se -o oftemnamerrmsno @*I* I I* M s4ress00 01 jolsabiftWil" *0se logted fremte
@dir mwil wttneee WSeeoY that OWt eve tbt tragedy. Of 31 be1F fbbiwoel p by a bo a low Von .I" M. Me. ~, iu
ugmlNsesM rigrandesr jW r. mtaiep mr. g mome arm" a"" te 110111ain mwe
a msav~l wInd, sad rugged. he fufaml service tk plas w. "Ifel e"l a seuag as k of prtl sad p
* .2fimlm so u of which suala, a trdioy at heome as of JudgeHo tSlFa IM7p absuleal pittQ her he Ihr t
7o 6W feet, border the strait gle to Jaaoa, saan de U'WU5Sto S Is visitig a The neap daeb e e piws s asw ea ra p s,
twid des, the aore. nosUy samby ew. Caloway Coopr, a bg t hioflsM~tiry to stir up a amtlet I d at s or by rlte.
i sad nldier a de*sed newlyy to Minister mb. Ules in the a ecneae "1twbile occupyleg a r*1 ss between OumaWs and Uvr
6 M I eamesplaes and frequently This was the wish of the faultny aN eplaito paIf-- Is IParliamenl. pot, aId SWhe be hasie h"er.. he
v Inulce In others. Judge Hargis hasaoften exprested te t 080. PSUf 5 Peest Nil.. lnforme4 a eM Ib ALHM PORTIE.
ormdt k ld@PI Wd rlh t of The Aso o.kl UI
MI amnea ar powerful and swift wish th01 Mr. Coo pertwimi this b"fIs advised to MOPandoakhovwia elted rlb" beWoasua peg
OWe 4ep0% of the water is one of service. -__0_0 0111 &1 the 111146Of his nsite tgr. rla obOed of pita Se Ig bt-o te .a5_ OY
eats, bet this he hau .Irllsed solde. toels. "bW blsem d to do.Mel*
mi'kauTWOblefetu r, In i-ne places TWO LOUISIADEA MANWIPMQ M SMm elamau.Odhlelnci'o e Psi 0'. Brige
11 ftinho ms o r te roua it aralag that the nrport uf Iuth prwm ie O 1MA S. @ II&GRODS, who 4W Die t1, o .M otter
ith w'no s ou tn e trtitu g at Rep o eeok with One Mon. &A He "on astlotal as o at hli tr. t 1 spuedla hen greterpartW W
tht teal qmeeeioIa win .Fb 4 WO16M Will he '!6r1400d.600 Wee WOO eW o JamO Adersen, dam an.t )Ot) )n the Iuute loy al Me few
Sattail Indirectl m Ion *)r taLd Cbt8l16. la P'w b 10 4A d Ua 5 @ 1 iba ito on",.T ". dure Il oItthe lt010 IWear Atdmiral oesralt
West an I irAIartt Williams. both be .. Nbohvlle Tens. ihwuardl left r s aire ae isLee
freIghtbied with qua*Jl or p I g.irucs e hs?:u I llI t,* paris AllRal?"a ,, MileeI U Ap*,.na. ,r i.;. on h)ew en ti *sreW14a6 Voalee
&Ms of the place it oienpreseot. N 6nl arrwa e m.'r'i ig. 1 f it 11 01,001" f w
themAjesty of Its scou1 w0at was han e f rst The rpe RO11me. Ga. ., I" ip Tbe. suai Pk~sIss K4ng. PI 1541 famar at 00iIi b"miest.to v ersg.ei tI b di
111%0% Cpe P1414r has bee's bOke wts en useil r nwaso pal vm tosgassmmas *daft* shape COW follow. 9" Wi d a ofjames vl~tl ..i nt e les b.Iwo pins of &"iI,$,
do easelss will be broke wben th e i-pws pug i duotoew at"Mwal of JudefGerry. W A.II5IWm. Ihu5egoof "IhI",I. I )btaI, belt o.f whimmshe settled
Practleal lb* was, quickly rstun a up agals sod dwh wm .hl r a
the miait. 7Tb.only ether lask! wine mtroafflod tn dasti, Wunum T .1A6*6 r"avl oy 111- M wehsbo epr sW01te et 011
to their path will be the!Ia .do d *. ulu afe W t?. u t ake ngeds n mU i 4 Imam l. 14 its that The OW Ne .# wItw ll,0 A baaDeet
__as_ ulty PridI m s I lb.tafterdWho's -U recit s o
how stwen -t~rt body was ue tilI b all, o %a %a 0o 0 hP hr the wo 1110 yI i sI wh a w
'Of C4pe Pillar. They e0111-1West 4Was Malted W The Mv?4derof toGvad amk 0fot. Mi ~t& Mo omf ba-r.OW. b"d6W 160 IWO1048 Va@ ga di
a r smo1 Y i5 1 t a n a " 111 b0 ,' ha sew, a ws i t s m0r a0 w h m b ar]" I w o te . a
gisees. n&mod thus by W um Woo bto dsikIwtheastoNa asse.! WSNIVNwfof IS."4?. 1WOOeb00SiNo thIN 1"4eon"
Awidoigavilgetors.mIstaisedto dethe wstth atnbmeaI4Wl, t 10= moteswsSW"I. rb-It,- ro e 4 .Usafteast Wel" te r 5.
IVAN O t hedoag rry, withe 6a8160 In t ls tb egM e l of Lae laga's rawXN. is sew aboan r d e 06 *6eW
W bo a tge tHanswuk mit Lbs te o t e Wiifla ill 1ed bblaei a fs. eW fI a* isi as&et uEnM0 p1 IN W ealtiae. b ajes meed.O WNsibeaso belisfiftllethe p ,
he acla tIc orhC(harles. a asqro sWmas with *WbI asEe i sat hra la s e
..* yso and o wansft. b e* zIf* ep a a his gust. of_ _ _ Shel a bo oe Tleseil b W 5 ea -Wl
Savona" off flow usesiii, I ea" are yen.

3TY iJANS AOM &TILb. $ allS* oo Mayero ..e Mues w MeO d r R M aI a, .w pmWaj).
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MiG 1, -'Atb suepta r 51 isa e. PoW s m s Memep
I,, -A ~rb 11, a emu" NOW 0601101, elII* dbuftaDi"Ow

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N ud Operiatiei. P eethea ncwly n 3 W d mom as p mwr4 WW as l*ad) WNWeruwo be me VS I atAp p.n to r
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blisS he:d va8Si n. w u Jew j w s od set his um 40 L O go"1al4
or *Mblop of @Joe* gljno"! is q1P0atad iis- 1 0 __ a.l N
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Thle MAfkt Takes a Spurt, and
oral Transfers Made.

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How Myomel Does Its Work In Curing

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The natural way of curing disease is
always the scientflo way, and the
scentific way of curing catarrb is the
simple way, with Hyomel.
Catarrh is a germ disease and can
be jrd only by using Hyomet. the
treatment that reaches and destroys
l catarrbal lermas.
Brethed through the neat pocket
nhaler tat comes with every outt,
th Hyomel medleation reabe the
moot remote air cell of the nose,
throat ad loong, oing after the ca.
tarh ere wherever peeent. de.
stabylin them and preventing their
growth, ( hu curlng the dieae.
J. W. McCollum & Co. sell Hyomel


Cotton, Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Proisions
a-kmAI Office ever J. Mammaes teri $th, L SW ure

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

I Main Office:

16 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Florida
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a I v AlR!, UOm W. JL li .lH1 nfMW8thb 8 under a guarantee to refund the
it. t t Nowt TYol w I to RhMn.Pflhai m money JI It does not give satitaction.
NI1 s, U. ft Tay. % aa siL ml' Ts Begin Its use at once. The cost of a
nSSeet L I WsLPhams complete oPtflt is only 1t.
T. P., oe, ,so
as Ir. B. 4. I woma THE GAINISVILLE BAND. U -I
D W New Orgalati" Prestling Regular- ID- I

all h1rt 4hbeen th The newly organized Gainesville -
e t" I r hb ian* band-or at least the reorganization-
000, W pesi. i ItMM p are manifesting a great deal of Inter- N On D
,s...A Taqe en rstry4I t 1* t In their work, and are rehearslng w n D
y the AlSl regularly. A number of the members
SMM U o ol own their mtnuments. are fairly well
.jM!W$ U e -- trained In musMe. with the result that
l W tIt Is t n ot like teai h ow men.
la ty.t t nIo wcto w hy a bu t ot SlUa to render a public conert in
As? t am ove the atyWf fet Well a ek tow woee.
SRespeeaIouly submitted, a fw w
ii i "Ri W 00 UTYTrr HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION. Dowt't t ff
W White uU 1 d at. r Peo Per DINANDJIATIE kec. Until tomorrow what you can do to-
._ _.a f e o ay We hav authorized the above let. y' a Ure uOu ferta from a BEACHE
PDoualtai--,a g o ter to be made pubc, and would p lier, or constlpatlon, don't wait HORSE H(
Sthet.1 k Id greatly appreciate a liberal response. utl tomorrow to get help. u v Stock Farm exhib
lW. W. HAMPTON. Pre. bottle of Herblne uid get that liver LIVEl* 81
O pI uLm te1rd Ir r. RI. T. P. HAY. Chm. working right. Promptness about Io,.Ler Et. PO 8
10 p Moth. No aist Board True e and Execk Com. health save many sck pells. Mrs. 12 to 16. In en ri
S&tolntlyA oGasesville VI. rob. 0. 190s. Ida OGrbam. Point. Teo., writes: "I MANY PLORIDO
SThe 144e Aid Assoeia. _______l_ used Herbine In my family for six lae, BEqulo Village
SSr 111 Iave meo to oar O t e ee Tyears. and nd It does all It claims Aet weekl. Speelal I
il "a W w-OOt and 4we of I*N to o Veete to do." old by W. M. Johnson.
INe d fro thpa about $440. Iltetso Untorelty ofers free tul.
eH hap t a frol eoe.l t0 Iad hrLe room ret up to the PLORIDA MIDWINTER STATE FAIR ESTHER 8. JORDA;
S' h u. 1an w e aV now awona fnll almit of her dormitory capaeIty.
pill with H l ade l te~b e of ed rductiou at the Ireular rate TAMPA, PLORIDA.
~ til.'Ik Wl hth de hoe to be of board to all Florida teacher and .
Pi tl a Maa "s pqWbi v t thsa Proapective o cher who wish to tak e ed Cotre | tM t I I er provsiotst. labor. .al the rvi*w course durian the spring via tsp Atretle Cast Line
ta Me t. .- term. beatmnn March m3th and comn- fae p ld eI
I ft"-h.. 10.. to e bruary. tinaing fu tW e werks. This ducp One fare pluCs ma tos glu cents) f
S . e-~rpl frIomallaoroew W the satire peum to .3& (Isl5d.i adjA roundss. for
U 4 IS 5 tdltYeere foe tm U aeRetoew wU be e~ ated in a of the rond trip frIe all po t l the PORTER I
S weM US. Te ho ets to f the bra hes required for any grade St Tickets on sale from points
t &W h bees rWt eateibded y of teeews' e rtllcftteo A taruft of mlth sad wea of a wthe drawn
AtW st new lrhtmth an p. twebtytbhree laitretarft will coMd0et thogh Arether. Hawthorn. Gaine.
P, ,*i amprev o s pe tthe work I sthe WMal departed. W., RoebeM am Palatka rewuary Fire, Life
SoMwA WW a theIW iest o The eetleIt Ia theee rm esee hM 4tgo. I IS, 18 ad. moath of the
i- .t...a tMes a d rtHag tern-as-edd *i ed saed l thirty. WlM. ea sa r 4
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W"* ase esf stHWtop t ti pea t uang the past two wireL a U.
Wsthe a es a the V ead th A t wf AS emeu i istets pWssito e rewryge At 1

St.w we ar m m A M to d"h" A met M b sot h ese tt I You
M at thoe sea ad As byo th iieog t afs"yt Nrese ther h m. e II I 0
M.e advaemas.os wa My I sert bs dal ltma ee rad agrnabwt to A. W. I
as beness elhnamee, *o A A e 0a11 o11 at41 DAY fW w hdeb rt

4e 1 1a tu l he soLAEATI Qe m se M 't Y
as si ast as new e ts wel enthB meao rinre -men U sesess e r4ft *to to seim a seen
b stll fe#s e s a % he t A t to se Ae W. OIN e sat pa e a Th
Oel1yarid As o ftmDSAwIMLoes

"W r van
-AI NowQU Uft a* 4e Wselawe ase w. Y
a 9nam am sheqalswe Tabilm om VOs i W aTate

6d; as "A-ili 11a bn*..
Mftn t AtW 0W ehmtreak the Tbe B.pebls M;dbwr P I s B
~ III. wNo ito Md wo emj
memo "imm

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) a. m. to 11 p. m. Admission 25c; Chldren 10c

P-- o
Y and His AIR.SHIP--Dily Flihts.
)W, Feb. 17 to 22-See The Standard
3it adl 1() other horses on exhibition.
HOW oPens F.b. 22-4te Spring P-arklamra Ul blt and
stork, Cat, Bird, Pooltry. Pgeon and Dogl J M, Feb
A TRlIL. HOW,4--Boto rk' Anlms's, Igoale Vil.
ond 8) othpr ar:at shoag Free Ftrewo, Ier Iire
Railway ExeuriLn R.t-s. e It.en s.f
I---t-s. bg@ spotg.






and Accident

Are Insured.,
hat oh m to R eopn a.'bl e H ave a PotI
4 &4&* M tl of Polie. Co ni,1 r

Are Assured (
i low S" OV )?T Ina it S

bmieat -bOwaind l


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Tbh real eatat- market eemr to
bVte taken a Ivly mpir t within the UM lJir ln G-vLB -
PiA two or three daya, as severJal fCo Bood Poisa llsy iulcer
L0mpprtarlt deal) have been conaum. Th rstspt o fcontagious Blood Poiso Is a uin,
whportant di he coS ckly followed by raed rash on the in nthe
M. r u ed rom hair,ulcerated mouth and throat, ad colored
Wt. Pepper a. purchased from ote o different parts of the body. As the bleOd fully
the Coll)I Parlk Company a hand- contamiated with the poison, pustular emuptios nad out oa
tone elght-room bome In College the fresh, and in extreme cases the erve and bones a and the
Park, near the University. and will finrnals dro off. Then the sufferer find them telvs hmhead
soon pake bh home there. The home to oot Ith th humiliating, vile and adestrctivpoel, dise
1 provided with all modern conven- is so highly contagious; ma ano inaoent peon a e
ei.ses, and is one of the neatest In handling the lothing or uin the toilet a e 1 period .
thalt Hwion of the city. iThi s but one certain, reliable cure for ContAgiouandthat
xham D tion of the city. o John a 8. It attacks the disease in the right way by into the
J. Bloxham Dellc has old to John cl n ra g out
Dell the building on East Main every pattice ofthe p ~ pa the
street S. occupied by L. J. Byrkihm, blood pure and rich, to"~ss .y tem,
and'bas purchased for a home the Mo. and completely sad ra r thi
a1rmd oottae on tAlacua avenue. e f s 9 r 1 ** oif c ases
SO*ll have this cottage thorough E ETABLE I. s
or obsvW, and proposes to maLk PUULY ISEETABL E f ctive
1loerht edand pro-ptses tomakte rudisea begin the use IV 2 get the
* lmay improvements In the matte ot ur blood before it peWmanetl wreks y a t We
of sewerage. etc. a heme tretm stt book on the disease h we i kh seet to al
S-who wish it, =ad in addition our physiciAs will givt waCiM 'arge any
GOES AFTER OlRMS. medical advice seded. SWiF 8PBCIFIC CO., Ad3t TA, LG
So P I I"I


W. RAIM011.

,---Yi-~_~--~--~_- OIIfzI

- -wI wI N m

uqua idea wu~s e ou of I
thoughts which ever I
mind of a mani in the
It coilbies all the best
the camp-meeting. Inter-
has in a large measure
Sand adds to It many new
are demanded by the
Im hi whlt we live.
d more, in these strenuous
'people feel the need of a lit.
k. h lear t people are
to waste time in a va-
does not bring to them
tellectual.uplift, hence the
l growth of the Chautauqua

than five hundred Chautau-
at work In the United States,
111i be vialted by more thalu
llon people. It brings to the
the best things in the enter-
t line at Insignificant exlpei*,e.
program offered for this fifth
qua session to the good peo-
Gainesville and surrounding
Includes the best things which
can devise or uione) procure.
fourteen days of supreme en-
t. It will add to the fainm of
Rle and will increaser thin' x
of the trades 1Ueople of the
Ity. In the visitors which will
d, and will be' helpful in
way. IAt every right-ninded
of this community give this
hli loyal support iand co(-

y ome to Gaine'villel fur the>
Sthe Chautauqua. It lenKgtlutis
it season, and makes (Gi;ir's-
in all sections a household word.
Mention of the strong a'trac
whichh appear fronl dtl\ to day
Ie" below:
4 Lecturers.
Adla Bede-The brilliant and
Iaman from Minnesota.
j attained national reputation
brilliant lectures. lie in the
rte present House of Repre.
te. When It is known that he
he galleries are crowded

'WI tt Miller-For twenty
S oft the most eagerly sought
UEM lecturers. Strong

P ibelps LRelAnd-An old
*iqf twe had with us once
F delightL He was expected
b ot sroune llness prevented
M He has In a great niead.
|: ltelw bhis health and has
b i promlae to be with un for

, A. W. amar-One of the most
* dleet urr that the South has

W I. IW.. Pier--For sonie years
gMt In the ;ew Sltate of Okla-


).i tM hav crit'ivil til(e ilt"oai-
i t bin arn a iis'i-nae it 'l ur
Sp as h in.i~l it ilon a .t
ia ehS hfaili* ar*' hlt'Il
ti iL a dlmond., I..,k andl
gITraIlNIgi of mnre or hr -
erns Batuon, plwin the er*i
|r arwrthly payments kwe 4
i ull d tnallly thr faImilyl
^ d hoan'or I. erduel l..
te leed. But the g.ee
lta hdBMsh t bowinew. it Iobed. It bapl *-
al-m n obr i to lhi.k
[| theemMend of bnces w*
istal a had in thr reta&Irn-
Iti al p t la hnk tliat
H A a-- we he" ** SIh la IW1 With Capes. *nd
MS1~J $r bes talstwea lwre-

.4 w ban rne*.I at.
M"'* am seaw ebw LI.U

*low r1i b"n

~llttI Usf'

lholla as a lre iht r iand it lecturer
as.oclhitvd here with the trtatl (.;,!.
tau. n movement. .A vry" birllhal.t
irevachlier and lecturer. I!, hat re
cently come lato the Southland to
make It his residence and iA now a
citlaen of Florida.
C. A. lletor-Proinlnently assocla
ted with the work at the Mother Chau-
tauqua. A man who has made large-
study of G.,overnmenltal questions.
Dr. Richard "'Wlklnvli--Pastor of
ai great church in Augusita. CGa.. form-
erly of New Orleans, where hie won
great renown. tis lecture' (i "onRot-
ert E. I"e" Is one of tlit' gw'i oi'
the Amierican platform
Dr. C. C. Mcl ean---t'neis \\ith two
beWatifully illustrated l.'ictures.. bring
lgK a stoerteoptlcon aind a iiunlittlue of
beatiifully colored shltie
Rev. ('harleg W\iltin iil 4uli\.oi -Is
bright. sunshlifly ani entierta'iiin i He
hits written and puIillh,,I -.,\>'rail
books whih have had a i sale.lc.
li ha ll be ii: it'll' i. "ilir ll
the 'hnuttauqiia pnllftllrai I)1* wll
tico duI t for u us. at i 't : i \" 'k.
thie lible studies in i l i n Lrnilitg mitd
will ijlbO glvU olil'' Ir t 'c lii.. lie
lightful lecturesth
Music and Entertainmerts.
O)tterlmin Mail Q i. tri, .,',ii l.*11
i hi rs-t--l'n I q lU t, I \ 1) or.
anilzed. The bl ,.*., ;,i i ,r .t<'lly
bl,'tileh'd. 'iThoy hllnt I.,'.i a ninl a
winter of tinustial ,it'a1i'ii)g1
in the best lect'len l c i lit North
0.'n .1vitles.
Tlie White Iose, i ., Tlhs 1-
soillthint g '% liit\' I I'. i lhe i n li;( h
and yet w, hlla ,-i' .'i l f it f he poll
idblllty of h1u li lin.it uliin'iit.Al i1 ciC
of sonie c'harinetc r
Mlis li.esShi. IPv.t!' .\ A l.irllminlg wiee-
loilt who sllg l hlr i' *t1 Inoe the
hearts of all wlicr hear he r She is
imiplet alnd uIlfifctedld iainl In this Ile
aiter chlif rch;irmi he s l.ig. fr (the
li te of i t t.
MitsIn Margnret I ell Adamiis A clev-
er reader whol dIos W'rk which ealls
forth the admiration of all aho le Ite
lism Cora Mel 'iatten -The gifted
reader from Chicago will bI with us
for three readings These are not
of a miscellaneous character but as
the program Indicates, they are among
the most prominent recent creationfs
In our literature, coning from the
pens of truly great authors.
Mirs. Maud rNI.alne Htevenns-A
reader of rare' ioewer Graduated
from the (<'uninotllk 4rhll(I of Oratory.
Prof. Culinik Iin it ilrlmnal Iote
iayli she Is Ione of the' most gifted
ipupllm e'er eiit otit frinii that Inatitu.
lion aid Is I e-rtilli Iii)f delight any
auidence she' li : ft.e
nie Amnrirluai Vit tgrpih with Ita
wonderful ilmounit li ctareiir -The
n iliti rY rv f It lhIir Ifei Mt iltilarity f(W
the' last t tA elri i iiil i the lient lnem e
I ,iillf.( w i tt lie h 1 dr, I* still
lli t I.;.,'r I,,. r. ltli. yvear will

lit c '

'lice v ', 1 it, P,
J bir. t-ce ee.lt I'
I*I cl .1,fi -i st'!ii .~

I:lri ker Adam--
,.r. hlre- they
r..' the work ln
. r. ,tprcifltol.
:il.t caiiable sad
tI.. Ire '-tal.a.

A*~ IIw t,, i' a-I;tt a' and esth,4-

4t U I L"A" .t
1,r 'r,!c .* I awel Asaetstaiit-
'rl,c o ee f4 ,'e ibtuttis osamee
we I-k e retIci e--s ile' s oall that

U1c-eel' IfIte "s I .- 1 1 .1. to tie f h

I .

Oii of the upnrtant Dutie of PhysIda mi
the W=Informed of the World

is to lenrn .i -' tCe rierhtize l e t "itlt ot theleI on: mfnuatu "t
ers of itedi,'-! i nts, as tit, III ', Ine li t jv~iv caigs arc the' n t -.ire'ful as'
the uniform I;-v at, perfect I t!rc inwdit prescribedyIiv teIII xi, Iit is wel
known to ph' \ ins d the W, 1w'' In:. mcd 'IwI.iAlly tha t thv* alihi~til~dl't iv Sy
Co. by reasi Af Iti Cot iredEict .mettd *. id im'ri'al Il uipment and the vttliicai character of 6
Its product h ati %.uned to the hiai h .- ti ug itt '-i-icn titic and commercial cliicit'S whieb
ji accorded to sum cvs'iftf and retcliai c hmi e on lV, iknd. theret-ore, that tlit' t-l Ln of the
Compenyb has b'eome a guarantee ot t'xt'e'llen' tif its remedy.



appeal to the \V'ell-Informed in cve'rv wilk of life and are essential to permanent auc-
oea and creditiabl standing, thcrelo, r we' \ish to, call the, attention of all who would
enjoy good h. Milth, with its blesisings,. t the fact that it involves the question of right
living with nil tllh term impttes. With protl'i knowl'lcdg, of what is lxest each hour
of recreation, (,of enjoyment, of CmNlintel;atiitn tand of effort Imny l m.uadei to ibntrilbute
to that end R'I llii' usei of mrdicniln t Jinsle n'er l within g'ncrillv to gre. dat aidvantagc, but
as in many i.st ari a simple, \hl ',niuic,, ltele me oll' l .y l, in\vlluialeh it taken at the
proper time, Ilt' C'.littrni I 'ig S ai up (,C I i l'. tliat it i alike ihulittant to pre~'nt
truthfully the' suile,-t and to supply, tihel eln ii .-ict Il.\.Ati\~' I,,'niedy which hna won
the appoyal o ph\1 -,ician' and tihe' \ tt i.l -iil' n l pt.ilce' I' \t ell-ltihlnloit'l e'tcause
of thb excellent ' ',i thi, combination. kin i'n to il ttai l the ai ,i.i n il method of niannlitc.
ture, which i', Li \\i n ti thei'l ( liitio i t 'a., S\ ti. i l (' i i ,
0 This \ di.li,'H oi ed'f -'dv li I- l'c I, I iq u it \ f I l'l\ I l ne\\ t undt'r thI' namile of -
S)vrtnp of Fii l lits att.nni -tl t o \ l \itl : ( 1 t h n ost 1.trleilt of
fam ily laxati .:'l t i, it re l,' i\.t\.t :1' i l''', c'l .itn' il' ltttu S 'eli;t, atei well
known to ph' \ I .i ; ii in the' \\'~ell-l ni l,,im ,I t ii h\i, ll I te, Io' th I .t of natural
laxatives, c .we ;I' lopt'dl thi ll it ii iii.iaI. < It S it p 'i It l ind Eliir of
Senna--aa in, i- ll d ct,.-ripit\, 'i the it n l, ut doulil' .*-i it ll nlwAny I
called for by ti ,, .'i i r nilnamei t S\ ,; ti Il'I: i >1 i, t t its Iltiti t 1. hl 4ite1. i a lwayl
note', whelln I l ini. th full i.ii-i 'il tle l' apn.,il\ Caililam i.t li .\11lim Co.-
plainly print, I the i tont oit it t\ Ip.k ,. ', ih, i tI simply .ill ti Syrulp of
Fi --or'lby i "' l nIIell 1 .1rpoi l 'n .ini I l ,a, ii S.-nnt a *.s \ illca, i l''igt i nd
Ellixir of Seni' a tI h- one laxative i litn lv dI .'mi.il, lUied y ih llil tlliu. lia Syrup
C'o. and the '.i, h i,,i ot' e kniomii 1ii tl, n.mi 'i. \r p of l'Aa. iI \tii htia givenl l
satisfaction I ti i lot I't he i *init l is i t s.ih I al liig distutua lgl l tlln tgulhout
the U united '.,''. i.n .ri ittl .i' .ir '. o,, ,tie li\, th ir Ktula.i i it.e ofl which
is fifty cents p Ilot tl'.
Every I. s'i, is. l iin<1 'r i' 'i, .il ii l t,' ('tnec liam u \. i ,l i ilth the \ 1
SI' retary o \. i, ulturev', at \\';a- .I' ':t.l I ( thia the i lt ', tkl i's nt(l IttlaeirrUted or
m isbranded i iliin tIlt eaninil i Ia e, I OI tad 1I iit ..It, Jutiie t h. tlit, x4)#.


Louisville, 1K,%

coMpUshlna auch vast ilrik along
temperance lines for "Ood, Ililnie and
Native land."
heel of Phyektel e Iduation.
Prof. and Mrs. C. Rwcker Adamis of
Chago-Prof. and Mrs. Adams will
giv lec trs Iad oemdut clawe In
phyaltal tralnlag dirtng the Irat week
ef the Cihutauqua at 10:20 each
School of Health an Cookilg-
lAt year this was a noe dOplartmnt
with Us but wio s cb I stanat ree.
alttls ad was so lwoductiveo of good
that t Is this year to iw ir eiatird and

New Oscopylng Seminary Hall, and
Will Have Fine Club leen.
The Oalaneillel (luardI are now In
tbetr new armory. thre ii iletlisary
IaWl. aist Main street N whlre the.
are prentrisl t bavir oi, of th* flnet
et armrits and rlul, rmluis. to the
An olehr of lb.' roaeiml y istited Il K4
urday that the Ouard. 'ould tintall
ia ui4o4 date gnyma lum I piml table.
bowling alley, readlanrrnma. tr srk
log It a ptee with t,. totet rlub
fratri. Shower bothb will also be
Ifstalled. aM I a the Iw. pla will
tw oW of weII the ei V. as wtl as
the eIpIa. Iedft f -I peimd
There ? bee a us lfaie ad I the of
fair of the Osarld a gret deisl ,.
Itteeswt reeitly. aad tNeA boys em-rn
to have tae oa ne** li* 41 the
tI e lita' of the r.-asm* ty three

Iww Wombs" *Oro 4- s-rlmd. S"4 mvp
OeDjc.'tevsrtm t of I'trvcti. I~appicoe o kr mw toruldp wre re
j''t.!'&*Tod MA 00d f4Wirto- ,w enoend 3 to d to '' ,rI,
* i* e-1 'm mflutmlg me. t0
der I;c* I f t. *-' fltD id-l y eup-
* peet tratI Woo she"F L liii" 5bSe Coed ofTankofs.
*of II. l' K eikedaIuw g ras. pj ok il e

paid.- r. 0' itd''' "C' m*"40U row vtbS my fri e fe tMiar to
%Blipt ieIt. aral m t O bt 96"r. el. ~**A on00erMmA
CmjIl 0? t"h w be

vt'p Im" '. i g--u rs *O heeWg by vve ins I er g
0( rtll Ir
Tbwr opmS U a b b
1101 .J 1g ie c. tay tob me Nay 0 bI b all.
sod owl Ift kiyfiost Se Bet em
he call ei iw cp -ir.i

Weaa &!. Ti*a,"'fSW tdoe Scb
so I*AmthisW

tehWNW #$kw
thecbs wb riJ SI a,,

Saitl Francisco~c, Cal.
( .-J. A.
SL~ondoll.1n, gai

Ne'uv YorIhN. Y.


A 351idCMOW *In& ekat,
Iuumed NerphL amd redt
Heseurm s- am.-
lsdO manmmDW*bSpslsan
I'sbd UWk5 3S-,

TsInA of e,! eMai

5 6, WP.65~


We low* hav Ofk t W Mom 0 MW 6 (r as bow=*

Nibm, bwomd is potno #a wa iisdwofp

&ainesville Rational lank
Si Qb ~LheI COLOrnP"

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mm l- *- -U

W )I 11fe..l~.

Id IC~rY

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Gainesville, FblriJa. March 2 id to 15Lh. 19033.
kM MoR o mo5eom mec.5

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i NtW IlW oIIm" lt I

Baithsfree. Tho tmedli man's
Itates $2.1k. anrd up.


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i~~ g~.. .F..ltor a nAtL
411X a. iuwrz .... .........01. 0 1W mr.
F. %. PREWITT S .. sup&. OCpVsbg.

HW.KMain treetL 6. 'AAavsoX 2414e
Tuu xMU SUN poll"* fry morwninen a
9 w K Anday, dellveed bvcarrirn tahpclty, or
Wulek# to any "aft 1 e Vlted States, V~~ag
ftw for$&& sarl Sfigs*A U 51m St.25 three
wAultw p p eote 1.. f vw wei.e-htrictly Is

raI inuII il loin rat Columh, lu cents a tie
ft 1 I ,d : cents for each adltiona

4 ~ IA.
aw der 410141 0 vertleing made kaown on
1',;dam -
low Twimma-Wek L mu aneight-mqe, fry
` 0~sppsv, Vbbsd every Monday man
y a my o utals, all the nmews of the
l heal Oweo wall general, and will be
9@4 postage fre, to Any rIt of tbe United
WU oor Came&% W $oo* d~year-in advance.
AN lWutlt Mile become due after brst
cI advertflieeatn. urolew otberwia
"'hh~ Ii trmt. Pantie s otkno to me
Ube ay.ito Vy Wor advrtwisg in 6

Acoording to the revision board,
i awllU well you must "spel" "wel,"

If it Is not Important enough to a
vortie, Its not worth dealing it


ANd aO U6y hive turned him out
i ar changed tea into the reI orse-
.kIet bak, i. ,

The "wortherswerlt want ads.
r ,.N ae an to spie am itt wiime
of them appear today.
Oae of the serious blows for the
NIlgh s oadidacy Is the declaration
b( Tim Woor t for the Goveror.
--- s , ., ,---
It took oqlly fteen minutes to read
S ithe lrg's spoeh to parliament But
the FrY 3,ow, the kingship Is not
s a leetive Job over there.

It will do youna man Thaw good
S to ( My t t e Insane asylum long
eteagh-eay ten ypars-to oool off
mad ai ol egattea and.champatae.

Se tar aer l wood pulp
I declared by John Sharp Williams to
t a "brain tax,' and Republielns
w' a ble to rftte that proposltlom

4 It is gearally understood that Mr.
yan would Mke to put the Team-
S Ray Tger through a course of veoe
trlaalsm before the Denver onves-
% ats*

S The question of what to do with our
S ItPrlsidents will never have to
bother Mr. Roosevelt so long as he
Mha Jacob Rits to go around locating
ebe for them.

Over eighty.even millions of dol.
lars of depositors' money Is tied up
la cloud banks and trust comupaniel
to New York. and the Republicans
proclaim they produced brooilrltty.

Whan a merchant feels like re-
f tnaebla it would pay him better (of
S th two evils) to move to a smaller
atore rather than to cut down hbls ad.
VTrtislag space. Of course, the right
ort of mearcant will do neither.

U to Isn a bad wr, hlich indi-
Oat that too much protection is un-
fortunate for manufacturers or work-
men. The fisus of The National Glass
Budget of JanuaryM .contains notices
of the bankruptcy. o' the AJtoona.
Kansas, Co-operative Olad Co. from
Inability, to mnarkL gQods produced,
conslatl*g obley ,of 'ftt Ja.,. Then
the old estabIlishe4dtl.J tiana fatory
at Wilmington, Delaware, is reported
to have found it necessary to shut
down owing to "Inability to get cost
out of Its product" Also another fac-
tory in New Jersby "dM not resume,
and the mreamosibW' hea arrived at
the oonlcsion that the' pllnt could
not be operated at a proft if the
worklngmen were to take a reduction
of 66 2-3 per cent from the wages paid
when the plant ws lat, operated."
From all over' tbh country similar
news of the breakdown of prosperity
can be cited.
Still the Republican leaders con-
tinue to declare that the protective
tariff produces prosperity, and to
make sure that enough protection
Should be forthcoming, to make the
glass Industry prosperous the tariff
tax was Increased so that as high as
108.37 per cent is paid on one kind
and quality.
Similar conditions prevail In all the
more highly-protected Industries, from
steel trust products to those of the
pottery trust, and more than half of
the protected workmen are without
employment, and those that are for-
tunato, eaogh to b'oarrkltl are be-
I~n pdd ladueod4mges. Meanwhile
the trists that control them highly.
protected ladustries are holding up
prices so that the public who con-
sune their products recelvppt lit.
tie cunoedin n to price *Buthe for-
eigners are benefited by the "dump-
fa" of the *Srplt ifProtdta it bar-
gain prices on europeam markets.
Is It not bout time. that our peo.
pirewer oUted some of 4de bar.
gains? But they never -i- be as
lone as they support the Rlepbllcan
party In standing pat. To Inawe com.
petition ad reasonable pras for
Vuat products the tariff must be re
duced, or abolished, and that cannot
be expected from Republican polttl-
claus who have repeatedly declared
and will probably again declare in the
fdrmthoolg Republica n national plat.
form: "Protection which uardsa a
develops our industries is a cardinal
policy of the Republican party."

Referring to a recent rulingg" of
Ithe Florida Railroad Commissloa,
The Lakeland News volces the sentl.
meats of The bun nt the following
words: "The Florida RalPd CorP-
u*atbon has made an asiJl trullng
that the railroads cana r exchange
mlleage for advertisinga in the
newPapers. They might as well hold
that a grocer or dry goods man must
not sell goods to a publisher and as-
cept advertising in payment. There
are a great many things tat the
Railroad Commission could undertake
for the benefit of the people in Flor
ida, bht they pass theme matters of
real importance by to interfere with
a purely private business trauractlon
with which neither they nor the pub-
lic are concerned. So far as we are
advie.d, the raliroada are not laying
the, alllhtert attention to the ruling.
and we do not behlive it could be
sustained In the courts."

(.Governor Hulhes mays he be.

ai. ,04U ,'.. J^ "A
9f9rlcan bo of Nw York. WOMN WHOS
ha o te called to lead. the H he FROM
ime. V But this is hardly more
range than'that Teddy and Woodruff ? r i
should be found in the same qbed. S c H ea
The ways of New York politicians are
past filtng out, and the voters have
shown'they are heartily sick of them. SHOULDUSE

CoL I. E. Barwick ls a candidate
for State Senator from the district
composed of DeSoto and Manatee
counlea and at present represented
by Seantor J. H. Humphrles. Col.
Barwick has pledged himself to work l
for the division of DeSoto county in
case he is elected, and It is probable
that the anti-dlvislonists will prevail
upon Snator Humphries to stand for For Permanent Roelief
reelection. O tU It Ul n rCOr &
---- 3 ME& CILLS. Is artlh* h
If your store is only half as big uerla su'* S aao and is ompoadad 80t o
as that of your competitor, and you spu ally ar k mnd
know more about advertising than dbt S-th" wb asd glads ad organs;
he does, you are a better merchant t = ua bodW.
than he Is, and will soon be a bigger CURED HER SICK HEADACHE
one. UMrs. Jeale Casmesim CMtea*rl AesMe, 'T
mued, ri trIssla IswehSd SoI IEAma
Senator Aldrich seems to be the un- Wa e h tihselMhMiSh
disputed mater of his Republican
colleagues In the Senate, which shows I m lU' KAmo 0 AL .
that the trust boast of supremacy is Uy COta d4tk Avoid Al S b t---
well founded. Ballad Snow Liniment Co.

The chief trouble about the simple U A
life seem to be that the average man
Loee not earn enough to live It. *

Kiday Trouble Makes You MiRrablc0
Almost everybodxl who reads the new\
papers is sure to know of the wonlcrfu
Scores made by Dr
Kilmer'sTam Ja sov IlwRail
SRoot, the gre t kia . ..
Snev, liver anl blad
der remedy. EFFECTIVE rOVEMBER 10, 1901.
It is the great med
nine trenh century; Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
discoveredafteryear cal point South........................ 10:30am
ofdcientific resrderc
S_-. byt Dr. Kilmer, the Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:25 pm
eminent kidnev and
bladder speclalist, and it wondedrull Leave Gaitville for Sampson City, Palatka,
uccecafdl in promptly curin lame back, *
uric sc starrh of the ladder and Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 p m
dht's~Diew, which is the worst Returning, arrive Gainesville ........... 9:20 p m
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilar's S.wamp-Rot rIs not rec.
omended fbr everything buti have J . Cutler, Bn. Supt. L E. Barker, Traffic Mi'r.
kidney, livedtr bladder trouble it will be
found just thp remnedly you need. It ba
been tested tl o mapy ways, in ho epua
work and ifr private practice, and hap
proved so successful in every case that a lt O I UI 1111RO
special rrantlmsnt has been made byy 9 e
which all rv&,n of this paper, who have
sot already ld'lt., may have s ample | | o.6 -- -
bottle &-nt fresh by mail, also book tell No. No. e No. Is t
Ing more about wasap-Root,and howto -r -uson
ndout ifyouhave kidney or bladder tro u- -- -
ie. When wrttingnmentionreadingthie AN ru F PM P M AM
r isa n d ts n y o u r 10 0 : .I s O ak ....L.... 4 31 A 4 0 0 0 ie
d^ neroua o.er ta thi'.pr S ...:... .,u.. ... Lv, l,, ,, l ,,
ddrea to Dr. Kilmer c t DowlPr Pt8..... r s 0 r Lr I
&Co., Binghbamton, I 416 i .... Mayoj lauon ... .. S 4 LiOO
St 4o l Ar 4 a0...l. wayArn1on .. Al1M All90 At
N. Y. The regular 4 r Ar a .........Perry ........ L, S LvAov8 00 e 40
fiftv.cent anln one. _re- _m A-t. -l ALIM *!, Hampton Springs... ILv 05 LvT SD L T_1 _
doIl00r sire lIattle n'e sS O Dlark for all ttns to an Jrom Live Oak and Perry, and at
ohd lbv all gj.l ,lralcgiM4. Don't make i e s Je U for aySo. Alton and all lntermcdlate mints.
auvy mistake,. 1- t rcnunsnler the name. w W s5 o comeetio withotherines 'Pboneor call onGeneral Pasenger
ga Iu, Leis ubiuInaU, 6ve Oak.
S.wam.-Root. i>. iner'a Swamp Root, R.P. OPKN. Gener P A
IMl the ndd!ress .% %Lhautuc, N. V., r as o H OPKonNS.e. RneerPasser A n
every bottle. ,,- -

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'L -.i... Ilvevs In a protective tariff, whlchb iB w -
R. W. Storra, editor of The Dv. probably accounts for his favoring a a
F U. t k Brese, will be a candidate for tariff commission. so that revisil Wg ngso"ss
thea llslat*are from Walton county the tariff may hb put off as long as m U, L
at te a ext primary. Mr. Storrs is possible Why do all the Republican l ei at F"!'eie msM
I lepecially well qualified fur the oflmce leaders refuse to at nace rvfumn the m
he aplrwM to. and the people of Wl. tariff that protests the trusts?
toa county could not do better than u --NotireI y e be treS fUre we*s
leit him. ewIwre of Olntmente for Catarrh that oter the f r' pola a t he oe I* *AO r-
i -..-rr the ~~s tl 1 oDfub Tabes st Maeh uT .
Contain ersury, Wears. V1 *41 u <* 0-e. Ju. .o
Oweeala county of which Klslm i Alaclua erWat. uria. rea a eer a mae
e Isa the county e uo Inl sill surely destroy thTe we Itn t o swea l I:
Sense toi sU -and completely dt- w ** eat the t "es ** lo aa .
he throes of a '*t" cr "dry" ltc, o twe tole .n wh eterg *t mde ( L mi.
Utme the S me having hen calld tor It through the nu, us urftac. aucL *I e * a M riM
March bth. The count) has teel dry *. shoudT ., t j -t A Jlh aOe asa
artiles should n' fhr the rust two Ya and the tea l

Son prescrlptios -rtro nreputable physt-
p peope will do all their cl as e danat they will do
power to kep it dry is n fold to the' g Od you can poe.
l bly derive from twm It all's Ca.
The Republicua peale and bustlue tarrb Cure nmauufacturedt I. J
depression Is redecnt wages aud chmewy Co. Toled. o.. Coaau.!ns ats
workLagMps are hunting a job asterd nawrery. amrt it is taken ititer:aUly.
of the ob bttutlng them. With tMr aet"lg diritly upon the ,kl~ aud
out of work wage nat uattll docUle ms tw trace .of the syateB laI
* and coanumptUo of puxrelt. t lkst. buylag Hall Catarrh Cre hbe sre
,docreaeM. aWl amay ees sater for yoM get the gwautne. It Is taken -
k acesIltlE Are not the ci oitlomatl 5 mrw a ra Tole OAt. by
S good vl Idenet tatthe bhih tartif does r. J C ty & Co. Teetmlutoals t
s t inture proapeit. t spite of the t by dr ua. Prtic. :,.
be at of the Republtama tem that 'ih itaUll' m raly Plus sor eame*
ra*ctloa liruducee proawpeity? so


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Dr. C. L. Norton of Adian. Nlich a
passenger on a Pullman sleel-,r. \1as
robbed of his gold watb., :a portion
of his wearing apparel a sll Li in
cash in Jacksonville W\ednall. i;i\ Inorn-
Ing of last week.

The city council of ():c,i t' its last
nieeting received .1 l,'titi n to have
the saloons close at 'i o'clock instead
of 10 o'clock, remove all screens and
limit the numbc-er to six. The matter
wasi referred to the judiciary commit.
tee. -
S Judge 'ills has sustained the do-
msurrer of the county coniullissiointr,a
of Putnam county to the bill of ccnm-
plaint set up by Thos. II. Kanting ti:
set aside the local option election in
that county of September 'ith,l. and
4 the county will remain dry,

Reports to the Chamber of Coin-
lerce of Key West are to the t'ffect
that there is actual starvation among
the poorer classes o( the city. It has
been suggested that soup houses be
established to furnish nourishment
a t least for wornin and children,

Samuel T. Fletcher of Tampa has
brought suit against the Atlantic
Coast Line Railway Company for
$10,1100. Colonel Fletcher alleges that
he was cursed and assaulted on Fort
Myers train No. 27 of the Atlantic
Coast Line, between Plant Cit) and
Dover. by Conductor W. '1. Miller.
whom he alleges was drunk at the
time. It Is reported that Miller ac-
cused Fletcher of trying to beat his
S way on tae train.

Every Person in Gainesville to
Know What Vinol is and How
It is Iade.
For some time we have recominend-
ed Vinol to the people of Galnesville
as the, best cod liver preparation aind
tonle rec'instructor we have ever sold.
To) prove the reliability and gen-
ulinen:'.s of this successful reinm'dy
and that it is In no sense a patent
inedicine, the peoplE of Galnesville
will indt on every package of Vlnol
not only a statement of the ingre.
dients Vinol contains, but an Illustra.
tion in colors showing just how Vinol
is made from fresh cods' livers and
p iptonate of iron, which is a needful
constituent for the blood.
This proves in a \try convincing
manner to the people of Gainesville
the origin from which Vinol derives
its wonderful curative power. and that
It is a real cod liver preparation made
by a scientific process which ellmi-
nates the useless oil and retains all
the active medicinal principles.
As a body-builder land strcnglth-crea-
tor for old people, delicate children,
weak, run-down persona, after sickl
ness, and for chronic coughs, colds,
bronchitis and all throat and luns
troubles. Vinol is unexcelled.
Try it on our offer to return your
money If It falls--\. M. Johnson
Druggist. Olainevllle, Florida.
for the record he has made, and for
his excellent character
Dr. Morris generously filled the pul-
pit of the First Ireshyterlan church
in this city Sunday mornitig, and in
the afternoon went to Starke. where
he was formerly pastor of the Presby-
fi h an i.ih At n.l h. WE- n h


Relatives and MiMy Priends Pollowed
Remains to Cemetery.
The funeral of Mrs. S. V. Duke, the
sad death of whom ocCturred Satur.
day, was held from the i',"itl,'nce, on
East Union street Sundal: ,Ait rolllol at
2 o'clock, Rev. 8. II. hI'l ris of the
First Ilaptist church c"ind!ucti:n.m the
The funeral was largel.T a;intl,'d, as
the deceased bad many trlndcis in this
ctty. The service was sili,l., biut
mot Inmpressive, Dr. iH..:,'r< imtkliig
a beautiful talk.
There were many hatiorllllc floral
decorations, which wer' I'r'oghlt by
friends as loving tokenl; if r4lspec(t.
A large number also at tentlild the
services at the grave, anl tmnor, would
have gone had It not beu fror a: nilis
understanding regard lr cartrlirags.
Many were unable to go tto the (ine-
tery on account of thil
Friends of the berplea>,ld rlate;li\e
sympathize with them ii' illI in thil
hour of trouble.


Dan Simmons, Colored, of Hamilton
County, Taken Into Custody.
Sheriff L. W Fennell has arrested
pan Simmons, colored, who Is wanted
by the authorities of iamillton county
upon a charge of larceny
Sheriff Fennell ireceidl Ilitruic-
tlons, together with a dohscrrlptlon. a
few days ao, and. q@ uslnal. I rc'eed-
ed to get busy. It was not Ihat he-
for* he had his man behind thet hb..a,
and the authorities of Htitnllton coun-
ty were noticed of the arrest.
An officer i expected In it day or
two to take Simmons back to the'
scene of his alleged crilli

From January 2) to January 2.tha, eb ,unl, miue tw ,s.. JUDGE MAION'S' COURT.
inclusive, there were shipped from ored by a union serie at the Presby-
Plant City 178 refrigerators and about terlan church, hen he delivered the
25 open crates of strawberries. These Iermono, and a regular love-feast fo. Adolphus Drew, Colored. Held Under
25 open crates of Htrawberries. Thee l d f aCharge.
refrigerators and crates carried 445 loweond for 'a Seru Charge.
bushels or 14,24) quarts of berries. Dr. Morris has many friends Adolphus Drew, colored, was vkr.
These berries were sold on the plat. throughout this section, to whom hp rained in Judge Mason' court Mon.
form at an average of 16 cents a feels grateful for a loyal reception. day upon a charge of breaking and
quart which shows the net receipts entering and wa comnltted to ll
for the berry growers of Plant City A Stitch in Time In default of a bond of $.&0.
for the week to be $2.278.40. If the Will save nine. 8o will a bottle of John Edmundeonma thr wolor
man who conducts a store in West
season lasts fifteen weeks, and it will Ballard's Horehound Syrup always mawho co c tor t
Mst longer than that this year, and kept on hand save many a spell of 0n"*vlle,. ws the proecutlng wit.
hna. 11d stated that Irrw entered
If the average should hold up to theI sickness. A sure cure for coughs, nso. e tted tIt lrew o li re
record of last week, the berry crop colds, bronchitis and whooping cough.et away
Switch the contents of his cah drawer,
alone will bring to the growers of Mrs. .-, Hot Sprinsa. Ark., writ.:with te tent
Plant City according to our figures "I keep a bottle of Ballard's Ho~. am*"ttl to about $6 but was
$34,160.-Plant City Courier. bound Syrup in my medicine eblst. blghtened away.
and thank my forethought many times.
Compliment to Dr. Morris. It has prevented many severe pell Death of Aed Nan.
t. h Morris, t P of sickness." Sold by W. M. Johlas. Gra't Worthington, eighty-onl e years
Rev. Robt. Hugh Morris, the Presby- o- --e, died at the borne of h1s niece,
of agem died at the oboihe of his tlle,.
terlan minister who Is now In charge l c Unrrl. B. 8. Bryant, Nat G.nisvllle,
- Ftirt License Under New Law. bji3U.S yat.IaiOazceil,

if of the Oak Lane Presbyterian cnurcn,
Philadelphia, and who Is here on a
t brief visit to the family of his brother,
Oeo. P. Morris. has been the 'center
of attraction" since his arrlvnl here.
so to speak. Hugh is virtuallyy an
Alachua countyV oy, havnlg spent a
great deal of his life at Waldo. and
our people are naturally proud of him.

New York, Feb. 10.-Firt Oaf it
kind since tlie new law weat lato*-
feet a llcenae to tiarry was issue
Friday at the city ball to a Japsa*-
roaiple. Applicants were Kaunoeuko
Knwanaka, a student of t1* Yale dl*
rinlty school. and Miss Youki Kita-
mrra. 21 years okl. of New Haveo.
Iloil- t.rcnr I n in Japan



Cooper Fought to Retain Formula Which

Has Made a Fortune.

U T. C0o0W, th ma who bellnev
ipmt. of al l il health of
is oased by stomach
is fat awiaaln a national
S Uhis theory. HiSe lalo is ow
el y a serpristo number of

W rt of hrm 1 -eOr t a
l-lteew, Mr. Cooper ald: "
lte ytas ago that say ome
e pM eodta a tqrmls that
oremghly regulate the stow -
M wedM have a forans. Whe. I
t holdu this formoa I knew with
S i ethl that I was right, sadn
t l7 wtume was made I called
=f ( OpCoper'a .ew Discovery.
M0-A I di mt get I P the formula.
I hmew IW It, bowevre. or eer
Oe yar. I a had em lawsuit
SwIt blkh I ioo the eoarta
hl vs Ma e M The Cooper Mod-l
Coamm,'b w the o 6ly br In
V ON lt p pdpen thaM U41i-
l b% ipr gIm hs sold like
whagogw totmidusd. As I
~L me ar amber aom

I' f- diNm" bui
go ft...me- 4

Among stMattmefts obIIWM mslW
from Mlen of this ti te i
arousing sucb Isaversal dIse-m -
on from Mrs. Bma Staaley. Itt
in Chicago, at 7'11 WahllgtsNl bW
Yard. who said: P~p IJ id I
most complicated CS tIat MDr.O
had to deal wIt. I wy tuolId hr
year with my suaaMdL I o ml
with doctors and took mua plte
medlclne prepratlion Wtts
My stomach wasI n to sl a
shape that I could ot ees a el
that 1 ate.
*I was very ~save, d a4
hardly s!;p. I bha a reartag t my
mars ad d4acla U spotla rtrb e y ft
I felt ,vry bad nd weak. Thae S
was a vr ore spot at the pit of OM
storarh that nearly et Me w _
"I heard ahwot the C s-e msfine
and decided to try It It I r bt
tla. and theb mprovWmN t t M i
has bono really w ederftm iY My0
ho"e o Is" M-gM
1roT~d ---t U a M so.
"I caseltt may tar o *mt w r tl
wederfl rmdOl et tem ihm
made m w ll'
We oll tE CONe sMfM
sad el-t4r i. wedm w rl w Wi
Symy ms afrmitred wvh debimlaM
W. Ng.?l d i"

Deceased was one of the oldest ard
'OPt W ly.known r, Idonts of thl
'A"M niaan vqy popular
long ble fl'4ends. He. was a mnit, r
of the Iaptlst Church, and the fiinlr
at service was conllurted at the has **
by Rev. HI Roge'r of the' Fir t
Raptist church.
The rcminalsr wsre ik*in to Oilr r
Creek. near which Il.re the Inter
menst was hlid Int Ih. f ,ialy bIir) li

Court to Convene Today.
Th. second peircm o 4the iagc'al
trm ofl the circuit (coir, w hich ad
Jronned Triday will '-.ir-ec,ve tuISs) at
9 o'clock. JUd WIII!r* pirelng
As has already 1,.n stated, this
special term is held r..r the lrlsviv
of hearing the civil uds otk which bas
boeo congested for th" pamst two or
three years,. It is n-AderstimAa that
twesity..lght i'm.. er, docketed or
dismkknI at ibis tam, s ad the 10nnu
will probably last fcr to week ;12
loiger. 12

A Wahy4
iboaId be nnablnbira that house. Wad 4
OM be if yog give It White's Crean'15
Vervlltug, bTh bes boot "w sedir
uWrd to eefra las eaaaaiiy. Tblh
re yd Is berimiatr 1he o ranment! 4
fIxture of all bos.'?.' Ids, A Numnt Ih
with cblIdroa Ca 't g aubg wIthsut
a botle of Whites I -4 veMr 4404 1
in the bouwe. Sold i, W. M Jubsuia 46
*sftw Fireat CObsWO.s.
Now JrOas l LoTi, w... -.4 Ste
at ('flutas. in te (Pua'Lsa Penbab. n
Lalaisu60 .I0" 6 CaO
M'rib of rpvoer.7 Y WWW Ig~t
sled is a gvsvro fe. dI b d"A A
&a& benIalft am so -Piila Wia ll n
NVu1t. Ot f stro I ee 0, 6r44le"04 1
404 the*.,m4"ew lW tad 0t'Wpya

I Bogor"d hebt.,aI a9mm Cosa-
petlo. DOw, RuA.II reomeed Now
~t~6tb~ #e te Ie,e:. so r hat th
hae' beem 10 a* 1r e'0of "0-4
'trrrrwr. lo ra' 591U. k

For Infr rs ChASdrMn.

The Kind You Have

Always Bought

Bears the

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Wlnf tS Swxuh adDmlsaf

Promo's Dnii7onCkrevfW-
Ma and hst.COllltalnS neth
OpWMIMorphint twu~bxfral.

A peaf Remedy for CaMOlpa
fion, Sour Slomiach.Diaurtm.
WVorms Convulsios,Fwrvrish-
weo mid Loss or SuuP.
t" Stnale Sitnatuam of

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Wilt Ownion I ?oi waist to
ISN'T IT SO? 09"'0'
be r~n~l 7011 walit toa
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tI)nt ytpn otsum WItaq lVr-
nwt etotimcatnc* of Je'wtlry n rpilro exirloniv.. int* IK42 we
hlanve l uIa 4EInft'tiJ fl''lIdwitting "ol r iadi, il this e iulieri-
e'nt's-i-thii frank tnwant t-ytcol will receive It Yo favlar us
w 101 itolayir laoals. II Ilftzgving gs ia ou r Ilios 01 f Inllfl If
pilot dio 4.11.1iadit1114' 11110t rall i W, tamnful uaml uirnamental
No)rth l rticlehitSll'ra arv, 4i lcMOOs, Ciut 411a MuA" J.wtlIry of
evviry eilescrilpti-m. AJatiaatifIII ( M't M. :3 phw'in, lW $ItO,

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hand em cur I I'a- ritahl too aii4-1 Ifitv l~4 lI1 uft innkoe it tila
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PREPAID Spels Offr.
Ils'?.reok HWhiskey Is lums-istllc'
lary Iiullng -xluprew Colelkee.
Ia 'blJ 11w Pint in druai..........."Mle
7o 'esJ Half I'nt in drum U--. 4.0
Sold UlMY I nlrz--WW INu break
aid ~ rusua.

4 Ol, O Od Hmestead N C. Con Whiskey.
()If* galkns )ug. es, asprem p.I I.5"
Cern WIsleKey- esep Coilekt.
It, rNI ri orl. per hell.. ..... 1044
too i(ck/ y Ftcl. leea ",' .. ....100.0
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OF AND Tla Open Tow Xo
.co1rf~t S CONDENSU A. a yogr bird and gulp down what.
":: *,0 O ODre'food or muilhlki. may be offered you?
Ordo you want to know something of the
T. Williams of JacksonvllLes l ompotlton and character of that which
Sn the cityl. r 1ou take Into your stomach whetUher s
-1n, the city. food ormoleincno? 2
S J. Hudson has returned from Most Intelligent and sensible people
business trip to Hampton. ow-a-days Insist onI knowing what they
employ whether as food or as medicine.
R. S. Bradley of WOaahoota was Dr. Pierce believes they have a perfect
trading in the city yest ray. rightto alt nuponsueh knowledge. Bobe
.. public i t and on eack bottle-
, Judge Syd L. Carter has gone to fle, wti lele made of
' Jacksonville on profeselomal business.
S Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Jernigan spent wne
Sunday pleasaaUy with relatives at
R, UBarto, a well.known and suo-
oesful trucker of Ro1E y FPoit, was Ime, tmrrultoe aend luan t
trading In the lty yesterday. giving ri to frquent hadache, back-
ache, drntlnr-down pain or dristre In
W. L. Oodwin, wife and son, Pair-. or adomlnal or pelvlse nlion, seo
field, are la the city on a visit to the peald, ofttties, with a debilltatin,
former's brother,, D. E. Godwin. lvis, etarrhal drain and kindred sympa
toms of weaknem, Dr. Pleree' FravorIte
Dr. Andrew Sledd, president of the lslero wetaknew Dr. Psemo rel t Farem
University of Florida, has lone to et Is qlly otive ln curing painful
Jacksonville on business connected p Ior, I iVlnl repangt th narmlDI
ootenr and In preparing the system or
with that Institution.' expectant mother for baby's coming,
tus renderin childbirth lve C com-
Warranty and mortgage deeds, chat. artl8iveYIafnlemss T.h 7a to Pre.
tel mortgages and labor contracts for =rSltloais a most potent, strengbening
lWarr ad mortg1a Maeg to tc r grneram stytel and to the
sale at this office. Price 60 cents per n istinctly femlnl n partilar.
aIsas dIsainel y emlneal In paticuler.
dozen, or $2 per hundred. It-1 also soothing and Invigorating
.nrvine and cures nervo;ls ozbhaqston,
Soothes Itchlog skin. Ifeals cuts or ervou prostration, noeu~ l. hysteria,
/ burns without sa scar. Cures piles, spstmr, chores or 8t Vltnss dance, snd
othbr distreaing nervous symptoms at-
mesema, Halt rheum, any Itching. tndant qpon functional and organic dis-
Doan's Ointment. Your druggist sells It. Imea of thedlstnctly feminine organs.
A host of medleal anborltes of all the
T. J. Cone lad family passed several schools of ratice, recommend
through the city yostorday en route ach of th several Ingredlents ofwhich
PFavorlte Prescription" Is made for the
to their bhoin at Raleigh from Jack. eureof the disease for which It Is claimed
'monvllel, whern' they have been on a to be a cure, You may read what they
.visit, ayfor uwveb bhy senla In a postal card
ViAt reqlauet for a re ook let of extract
A. D. Williams of Crystal River ladin authorities, to Dr. I V.
S.Pl nvalld Hntel and S eal |n-
was in the city for a short tmne yea tltutHor Bffalo. N. Y., and It willCooo to
terday. He was con route to Jack-. ouby return pot.
sonvilll, whiro h lhad been called on

business. er of the LaCrosse section, was in
W. C. Mann, a prominent farmer of the city yesterday. Mr. Cbnley
the Putnam Hall action, was In the brought a load of potatoes, which he
city yesterday, having come to make dnpoosed of at reasonable prices.
a homestead urtry in the United W. H. Carter, formerly of this city
States land offme. but now of High Springs, where he
Rev. J. W. Hilton, the Ilaptlst dl- holds a responsible iosiltlon tl the
vine of Hampton, was In the city yes- shops of the Atlantic Coast Line, has
terday. He wan on route home from returned to his home, after a brief
Wacahoota, where he conducted visit here.
services on Sunday. Mrs. 'Ihornton Strlngfellow Is Is-
* Captain A. Paul, special agent of suing Invltations to a whist party for
the United States land offep, has re- Thursday afternoon, the 13th inst., In
turned from poluti ui West Florlda, honor of Missa Emma Evans. Mlai
where he has been on official business liose Walker and biss Marguerite
for the past few days Strlngfellow.
B. T. Arnow has returned from E. D. Stanford and E. Paul IBrown,
Jacksonvllle, where he went to meet chief of field staff and clbk In the
hJl little Ion, Charlton. Charlton has United States land office, respective
bon on a visit of the past few weeks ly, left yesterday for Tampa, where
to relatives In Lrunswlek, . they will attend the session of the
Beltoa Oomler a well-known plat. United States court.
WJ. J. Denby, who for the past two
or three years has been connected
with The 8. J. Thomas Company tn
N I9 I UI the eapaUcty of salesman, ha aseept-
ed similar position with The Oallnee
ville Furniture Company.
I I. L. Tench has returned from
Cincinnati and Columbus. Ohio, where
S 7he has been on a brief business trip.
For Hw Chlldro-UttI Girs Sof Mr. Tench states that the weather In,
tred with Itchin Eczema Whik the North is "something fierce," and
Simply Cored Back of Heads- he i slad to Iet back homo.
Babi ld a Tendr kin, Too Mis llle lreedlove, formerly of
This city hut now of tonadeCa, W.
LL PROMPTLY CURED BY v i.sin thie city. a guest of her
a titer. Mri. J. K. Waugh. Misns Breed.
WONDERFUL OINTMENT" lote's uuurous, ;ainnville friends
----- re delighted to ee her again .
ome ye'nA Iag mv three litte I 1r (Geneiral Suiwrintendelt M. Riddle
had a very I tl fuin u weani. Ichmt a lu t i., .i. 1i dle
Ing eoruptiona 'r the Atlantic CostIt Liut. whom tuake
formed nm the his headquarters In Jnacksonville, pass.
hrw ,whft ,ed through the city )y'utrrday in his
wre o simply private, car on route to I) Ihts Int
t 0,,'IrtSi. .l4, So )uth lorida, wlhre he g~oes oin omf4
I hearml d li ('ut-
u cr. I uMl to clal Ibuliet.s.
Story al nost A I )eputly Sheriff (lOo. W. Ivlngrton
evervthinj, hbst
hly fai led, of Newberri wa In the city on ofMf
/' m n mlnyolr lal buslnill*s yesterday. He brought
/ re', ummended
the ('uticurs tvo Int'ro prlmnerra. convicted of
Itemedlicr. 1 I I tt 0)offte'sS. who wtre sentenced
washed myr cildre's heacs with ('uti-
cun s Ha. aid theia applnlld the w.ndere. by .lustic, llinde'rson at Nerwbrry
ful vontiume, uitlt ura. I d4i this four to three niontlth eatch
i IrV tiller Alut I C'aI u that thhy have
m*pn erin ry war.-. I harve v no(her J A Kttel left e vterdav for \'ite
Tay whoi 1.i, liumi tha t et t1fOldi O 6rilgS.u w here' h'e was stuimntloed on
U1^in H Ida rue.* ht<'i ri anti 0e5v"
ui. I u l ( til ir< t -, ap aind t'eutin. ltIiNiu s ill ctmxult ith his
ears Ointamv l ht .a the w#" nMcing father ..,r .h Ettel, in the advp.s
he troultd' hati d U p'l an-l. I am
ripng theia ilathw ., twhl.. vt wh l albiIlt f rotmuilldg their hotel. The
*evraayoilny familv 4hav. alu.om .I hiiutlt,, whilh *as r"ece tlyv d
Tlut, i..l .~"u 1. .. 1 ... ., ... ,t e d i t e i that tll own

I cAI&AM SndkI~teme)stI %lotw. Nma'mi'oI
4 1 Vr. 4Dululth ISc tfl. QUO-.r
Qiny~ *~~Iclu

Ou FoeO w a Year. lead by
Ew* Se*.ofCutkcars
1 bW an ukw~ on i y ~wnt for a r~
w w mom Md It 0e0 ,wY yIahia ls oi
was a msuiri4ows. I had a d."t'*.
buat his u k. so h mslit A mt4A
*46h1 ntuetw oJe moawased toa

I t is W." J #Jl I WNIhL Hrb
Wow Mrewt&-. Ma Aprt lIP.

Ale a4. Stt-l. 'a eie r ouitg nman
ofl rci'lrfil-ie.l ham tetv'pitcd a l'mlti(
a* tillht clerk Atl the Iruwn HomAse.
Mur. Stcoll has be omi conn(cted with ov-
%-rat Ilading hotels of the country, &ad
s iii two doubt make himiwlf pelar
%ithh th truichug l'public In this sec.
t iitt

Wf the' IASa 6bt std int OWgeg
m''U I nthis rvtw..or. a. oakg time
are those the I'duct of tbv PLymouth
Itutk h hr e .4lof rs. r T MiCsmrmk*.
Thmec' ecv' ar' .extr hadsom.
wri~hing sim xvaverago of thirov-
quarters tit a pound arnd art *I -
colletat 8svw

I K IHaU of Crewc.at CHy itoI
the city having com to Jobl h wifb

Al b a a s to Pwtsble Emplo-.
Teo cannot afford to grow old.
In these days of strenuous competition
It If n15eUO r3y to maintain, as long a*
posble oae youthful appearance.
It is tmpossble to do this without re-
'*ining a luxurious growth of hair.
The presence of Dandruff Indicates the
presence of a burrowing germ which
Uvee and thrives on the roots of the
hair unt It causc total baldness.
2fewbro's NHrplclde is the only known
deeroyer of this pest. and It nl as effec-
tivae "It to delightful to use
Werplelde makes an elegant hair dress-
Inl a well a Dandruff cure.
Accept no substituteo-there to none.
dold by lea4ang druggists. ftend lOo. in
stamps for ample to The Herplcldo o.,
Detroit, M b.
Two slse-50 cents and $1.00.
J . Bodiford & Co, 8peeal Agents.


To the Voters of Galnesvillo-I take
this method of announcing my candi-
dacy for Marshal of the City of Gaines-
vlle. I have been on night work as
an offcer, protecting you and your
Interests while you were asleep, for
about three years, and leave It to you
as to whether I have performed my
duty well, and with ImpartIality.
I think I have been long enough at
night work to be entitled to a day job,
and if elected I promie you a fathul,
Impartial and eflcient service. Yours
for order, C. L. KITE.

I hereby announce myself a candl-

dat for Otty Marshal in the election
to be held on the 14th day of April.
1908. I pronase if elected to endeavor
to do the duties required by the ordk
nances as near as I possibly oan, and
I solicit the votes of all law-abiding
citizens. Respectfully.

I take this method of announcing
my candidacy for reelection as City
Marshal at the election April 14th,
1908. 1 have endeavored to perform
my duty without fear or favor, and
would appreciate the support of my
fellow-citzens, promising the same at.
tention to the duties of the office in
the future as In the past. Thanking
you for past support, and soliciting
your votes at the coming election, I
am, Very truly,

1-.- J-. -E-PS


Furniture Sold on Easy
Payments. Show- Cases
Made to Order. Repairing
a Specialty. Sell on Com-
is W.ion.

a) lhi Rate .
ttt W. &! Ill tL -- ~i~fi "' l -A *. .

ads cow Ibm k

(woulwxVL LA.

WO ft M enftdt Abl
wea, a f

I Y1 ,*cl

who ba m o v a visit to hr zotdbt
North Caleaville, for the pat few
days. Mr. IMa Is well pleased with
Gaineeville, which he declares is one
of the most up-to-date cities of the
size he has ever visited.
Miss Florence Daily, of Kaneyville,
Ky., who has been here for the past
few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Reeder,
left Sunday for her home, where she
will remain Indefinitely. Miss Dally
made many friends here who regret
ted very much to see her leave, and
trust that she will return at no disrt
ant day,
N. W. Malphurs,. who Is extensively
eniaged In contracting in Jackson.
ville, arrived In the city Sunday, and
will remain with his family for the
nett two or three days. Mr. Mal.
phuss says JIkspanvllle is the finest
city of its s In the United States,
and he proposes to remove his family
there in a few weeks.
Additional Short Items on Page 7.


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Abtrato of Title and full information furnished rexardina lands In the county. Oar
maaer believed In tbhi county 34 years and is thoroughly conversant with land UtigLe

---- oReDresentini a number of prominent American and En. lsh cotninanles----

Real Estate and City Loans.


Betailers and Jobben In

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Iraim, larden Seed and Fertilizers.
Highest marketpri p arie aid for Ohlakens. ggs and other Produee,
A Complete nsook of H Car, Otsf Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton BSeed Meal
and ie. We handle ol the VERY BfEsT foods at the LOW.
U8 PRYOMl, and nUarante altlfion alwan.
t i i8

Miss N. Norton

Novlti, Boos, Statloner)

Sovetin, Shat Pictirm

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D)'ergni for Fuincral" antihc',roagive
irlYw~w a %loviaSty.

57 WV. Bay-4T li'sr----I'heu 3!US
Jatkseevlll', PhI
Teltgraj~, Istud .5kil A r'IkrP I sc*an.
PI'mrompt Attentiton.
66L Ml *Y kImib

By Buying Your BREAD from

Phoae 1L. B. T. SCHAFlR, PI

For years we have been dol th-l
Baking of hundreds of atlfledn-
t*mr Are you on the lltf M
Its never too lat.




NEW 00ODS....

And[RON' I FB IE%.
SePe our mau~I'p
Pom~onaai tCDIto all at"~i~
WAIbis lme aili acd eaerbvb codags
PrOMPUy aueadeid~.

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Errar in (fright N NWa unsms IMla ;.las
Nortin~ o openuu *I,g,;151 .~
PI,. Wahlt tiiS to the Citivrs aHigh
4i mie I utal W' ork Mt l fai r lat 1f.r ea' h
" RA marWclab andl. aialtthonch H.i,,. ~ 4 r:Y
iltlijr reui kw tl'ar c~aIr~lt~.Ja i A.. ',n wals heL
M1Ih t~l bl~QI t hr wI; .,1I:- ~~" ill be

-+ !?- 1 11W
Avo wlwn in Uw arnW chair.,fw
inciteJ frs a 160b 1a cws~ ttung het M. ''7 1 ra
lai n. -tuuinge
('hargem rlhntift
JS 14-1 4 kM 4 .jA ?"tt__

1 64) .F Fillanr, 0a
Ainaige ans tiizi."at l 0 th
mSA "A; k -h eaut b
]Y~IIEIIIUrnbmt be

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Otv rest to th stomach. For bdigton, pops s$our 0
tird stomah,. weak stomach, windy tomach puffed stomao,
atma ah Ml Aaft.orh f the stamonh. A WomPt relief.



"Feel languid, weak, run-down?I
Headache? Stomach "off?"-Just a
plain case of lazy liver. Burdock
Blood Bitters tones liver and stomach,
promotes digestion, purifies the blood.
Among the prominent 1Isitors to
tl.:i city yesterday was Hon. Fred
Cubberly of Cedar Key. collector of
customs of the ports of Cedar key
and Port Inglls, and also a prominent
attorney. Col. Cubberly reports Cedar
Key in good condition, and says the
*y.ster season Is one of the best the
dealers have ever enjoyed.
.lohn 0. LaFontlsee. who Is now con-
nected with The Industrial Record,
Jacksonville; made a brief visit to rel.
atives in this city Sunday. Mr. La-
Fontisee, who is an old Gainesvllle
boy and one of the most widely known
and most competent newspaper men
In the State. has many friends here,
an of whom were glad to meet him
J R. Feaster, one of the effclent
road supervisors of the county, was In
the city for a short time yesterday
on business connected with the roads.
Mr. Feaster had time to make mention
of the fact that he will be a candidate
for sheriff, and says he will make his
announcement in a few days. He is
well known andtpopular, and will no
doubt make a good run.-Adv.
Mrs. W. H. Temple, wife of the 4n-
fortunate man who killed J. T. Ches-
ter at High Springs Friday, has ar-
rived from Savannah, and will be here
for the next few days. It Is under-
stood that the defendant will be given
a preliminary hearing before Justice
Bexley on Thursday of the present
week. It will be necessary to take
him back to High Springs, the scene
of the unfortunate circumstance,
Among the prominent visitors to
this city yesterday was Dr. Marsh of
Pensoola, a well-known practlcingl
physician, and father of Hon. F. W.
Mashn, clerk of the United States
court In Pensacola. Dr. Marsh hadi
the pleasure of meeting several prom-
inent men of the city, and expressed
himself as being very much pleased at
taetr hospitality. He was also im-
pressed with Oalnesvllle, which he
stated was one of the. -'ot up-to-date
little cities he had ever visited.
Even from the Mountains
Ballard's Snow Liniment la praised
for the good It does. A sure cure for
rheumatism and all pains. Wright W.
Loving. Grand Junction. Colo., writes:
"I used Ballard's Snow Liniment last
winter for rheumatism and can recom-
mend It as the best Liniment on the
market. I thought, at the time I was
taken down with this trouble, that it
would be a week before I could get
about, but on applying your IUniment
several times during the night. I was
about tn 48 hours and well in three
days." Sold by W. M. Johnson.
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Growing girls need care, advice and medicine,
especially on reaching the ageof puberty. A
mother's tender care and words of caution will
often accomplish wonders. As for medicine, a
gentle, safe and reliable strengthening tonic Is
Wine of Cardul,
It will prevent and relieve pain, regulate the
functions, clear the complexion and strengthen
the constitution.
It is a valuable medicine for rowing irls. It
has tided thousands over a critical pod, and
saved them from years of suffering. t can never
do harm and is sure to do good.
A relief or cure for all femaledisorders In girls
and wonmpn.

At every druggist's In $1.00 bottles.

Try it.


Whiskey of Merit

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bobw w~~o~m -

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Oldmdheeee aew ** asiU *rd .m .

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or we mowbmwe ftm

StUoke Ends FGtaly.
Momphim, Tenn., Feb. 10.--Captadl
WIlliam M Furreat, son of Geseral
Nathan BMl("vi Furreow, the .en*e
pmS* cavalry lr1u, who was poy
sulcken with pS.M11, died UaCurday.

for laI eaa *Mku
Th K r W m Iii AbU* W
5m &m'e qf SI~~a
Dears tme
awmamot 440.9mc~

Ullr P is Mi.ht.er.--.
grygl^Mt zq'gJe OA
Than a fire-engine when your
hobe i on fire, becauRw it in- i D' DsVEP.E B. OmIS,

sahdy owe the entire value
of IOmhome-that it. when

Yawr name is penned l upon a 'omle 01'rn..,le ?~aUl k.
strWog licypfotr y foo- Y


in thebe el bOWeampen. WHinter witols
we opkmadf s tobbis tIAm. howr
auIm ? U twit"its aipletY this
ag re5t m bmweit an wtvtij4 '
a mu 6m pm 2THK.

tp Iuir

I ")RIts LLDEAMA6 PtkW,.

Z 1t4IS It

Ogime ovor DPA & OI Wt,1
Phse 5 4. O.miwUI. UI

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ArbOahI.ATL r wLA,

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Jacksonville and New York, N
wUbg at Os A S. 0, bo~ wals.
ne VLit Stmau ein a li e MhWIW S$tes
Clyde New England and 8outherb Li
Freight SeryIg.a twVea JBOEOSYJL OWOU "ad
PROVIDIOR, a.4 w AUir": V44I819
0s114 as bfsa Wart

b&mthbomd. ............ .. ... .... ora
tthboob d...,. ...... V rom Fot of Washigagtoas 1.7. s

clyd St. Johu IvL
Botw..n JACK6ONvtLL3 and 6a14 Forp
a~epInge s Pulatka, Astor, Bonfl tm(ua'4 ad)sand I aemedls Lsa u~
o. n St. J4.uyler.
Steamers "CITY OF JACKSiVILLE1 and "PfEt n st SrY
apointed to saW l $& Aol$ewi: Leae JacumW Uuua),.4 209
daurdays,at 3:11p. m. Helftmiap, lke av amnpolo, da
* looeps Bkamiflf, at 14A0a.I

soiflDULU ja.
Leave 2:0p m. ............ JaksMvt ...... .... .I"a.I
LaSe1:00 P. m .M ......... . . .P06 sf a. .. *0.. . 4. ...... O W
Leave 8:00 a. mw ...............9ASt 4:06I P6
STavO .... .................ereeford(I.Ia4) ....... I.ve 1:0p. k
Due 00 a. ................. d" 10: OfL
D"u 10: 30 a. m ..... .9. ... *h.66 kterw. 0.099... $a lm"I$:U 1606
Poawenger and Tieket OV A% III Wed Say Stye, W ssmNI e
H -V ---- 1
H. H. RA YOND, Vicb-Prosident and OeseIpI a MW Tw
H. 3.LMAYNARD, P. T. MI. A. 0. 3A0'FV 0. V. A"
Plot 6, N. R.,Noew York. PW SX14NwToeh
Leesburg, 11s. juhebmvlf s ..
L. D. JONIS, T. V. A.. JOHN PINDI=b '1. P. A..
Jack"Omll0, Irai Pies N, NIUt, New York.
0. P. LO)VUL, Aaeat. JauhoavUM% Ph.
aerel OffiSe. lPir ,NWrthi 1er,4V To*


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Ulh iftli" U"h8et atl The

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;irk, a tJre 0 a0 i storm
and Yvlee, is,
Kr SI~dtt~t 05s brief Ilut to hS
OAMAh'Vet-lt pays too Blto u
fezAr0andthe Savor a
A.L :pr, wbo Iscuducta"
a piho. bew meisJacksgsVll. i to
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d *.o., Um r JOr,' tastWtt A lotf ofodds and ends to lose out regardless of
b-tto 4b eta4 ater 6 fw days m
t Wit 'r eWntsk ll ic s .r. ........ ...
lc a70s9 alk per laud ...... .....l
11Mr 1 6.McCreary has wous to ,
.Jl YU S1iStteid th eOu mng of Sowe an oply r few yards to the plee -olhers enough for Waids,' "
A,0-itd lft Second eqoCoa- Children's Dms and.dudls' Suits.
6 0 .@si MM te of tieDe mon Be on time, or you will regret it.
swi C s-bbet Walker and his .
c-N in-wato pame; tbro-h the
,,r ,. r mft rout. to Br,,..o. NEC KWEAR
SThr Ave been on a vidt to frieads
S'sN im I .l We have divided all our Ladies' Fancy Collars
n Itt fLrs. Cruteber of Mwmpk- t hto three lots: I
dmdlckH iS food foreey *arrid ,, th cit ety,. C lm wy .15a i 2k ely .. .....................Il
Scry the WtU few days will be the / .
V home-every day at.d, D.DO .f oo 4. 4gi .................... o. 1
40 d eer friends.
omas trbck, who has been at w wr Is t Sc ay..... ..................
S Ote r erek for the past few weeks, __
his rtuwad to'b his home In this caty.'
Mr. R0back. am bween Bgaed 16 h1b
fdt5 at 5 oa la i rpnter at Otter HOSIETY
~.-.. 0 .......'" ........... ... ....HO0 llo IE
S-. W. War... c--.retary nd trU "W u.. .. ..... .. .... ... . ,&%
EWS F .CITY. AND Ma '"-"- ""' -'; ^# ..." . ...:...was.i. '..
... 0,rayba aCei ruLeOrrd u om M y. HNO 04 The Sun anremble
COoUNTY) hNSr he pt tumdy wlth si hl ni svd s name added to the Big Redction in Ladies' and Children's
MM -n River$s c. MMapY Ws WItL Dynt, formerly with the
aui ot Ge "a latmttO OS a os po .w& I. ,ormpyt ithi tw .*, r, andi Sm.ll Rugs, Art Squares, U
.yw by Our sprm. i.. vo e. 01, o. W Pat few ye ars uk ian-a Ketsnd Lace urtains -
J-- DhCosta andd as, Alphbo M bhomse tlao r euraed, apd Le C i
PIRSONAL AND GOIAL ITIMS hb* rettned froa pleasant visit to pept' posltlion with th the Biner
/ Jacksemvlle. ia.c Kbtbly Compary.
,Wht na Happene and Whit M. a. DavI., l* ameW"at th Bl d.Lawarelu Com h as R
ai t ita TRld I m Pe Hague. was a bteales vialtr to th a a i~rtluset l o th
s. sor *, ww Ru s lsty yestlr ay. Skt= to, ttuti, of", te ub-.
sIloa** It**o tThev wI mwThoosess P s" s _pt Bnwar WI. __ _oo _dwt___ tr Iss I
Rh It In T 1S1. hto i6 fried W 7=. the latte' the L' ily U Darim ns, whoi is an A AL
_t eO Oeen". mLr. 0 0. art, a wasknw ossbum ess 9 W a- Wrr,.
nOtS M so ar niotwem a mas oi rd QEs was su m tih e P~ Wtt. frWtr a pl.east.
ftm tro a s Mai. lle wh- y 6 4 rto tI p. i s bet& oof. M. Newt, 5 W P'
ON" irftOle a ao 0. I am P b Ito e tat *Y Wsow %d4rti mt aTe, ~
" EfIt we with sa tHri d eSt, a The Waldo News", am lgt t" "Wa- a
suaus to the ety yptratey. MIf A. WaIUms, a L a M as*i St; Not" "the oldest bank in the
um S Protsr a Micaue* wa 40 d as m Masu** e49 aUm air thelre016A ai
i. . l( .... l .... LIa* l ... l. . l .O dY 8L enT E 8 c hie d "
of HAPM o et Utm arday in s s .4 m h, a st s msm, and hiMldren.
ekase.. ") h etIt yqiadai Mr. eltlos h OYSTERS the hmr )
9 Ps, enle basl owesoaaT how1 IetHoyS 1O14"11o16 MgbfttlepasttreeOYSTER&_onteata1
.let bstu e i 9 It h" i the wnad. All r js. w a ro -rt. bet t hs WAN"T&. owfS
n. Tayr, dS lewr of t It hr be *i Lo t r d erto Ir athato is WESTERN SR eAKS CnOPM.C
tato atl Babk. h aseItarnas from a Pt4 of Mrs. elas.e 0. ,K" 4 to oy Iped. WANT-muet la bo -or" DRIPP COPP
.l.ews trip to Jaaek- t lle. We"i wWi met to < btarn. ,.em 'R ' pestL. Tihm-a UOaOs Ce Regular Mealsp Trd" Tig
P. H. ase. r tthe AV atom sC og f ei, bu that abr ill & PtUa. de iv t o t tai wo itrweetesn
ltoar o CampvUlle. has rtaire to e da nomasr at Holy TrIoaty sppal r o e omeUta
Ster pei da Mrs. T. T. M.ls. Jr., andk so have Sunda loy agrla and Mevenl e aL at L as buae be.y
ha ly to thto II rIv (u Jfteal lo.U and ar ati t" ltt w v mt rit eOf po ... ....... at & '"male prie.
e fIttm 3k o I o,. ar bet OR SALD-s etwr bon ypep ~a ea er
0gab prleemuty lod 0 -Nt a abe. ihg ats ed. While r ribo- ( eal work t iort notuipouble. EverjthiAl
| iPseasWet trtut hgerw Bishop Weed I the guest of Col Tle dwr at "tn I on Opemn arly andc

S. 11 11- ---- *i .- ..to to ths eIty retrday.. P RNIS D ROOMS for rent A. ply
Theo MSun W.l Hter. h1AII AInAn er4,.,.
D Mrs. P. T. MeCortnatk tft Suday PHO TOMAPHY. to Me Wa J. atr. W t Fl rA ad
uNMe Ies s tuo s A r polaeatr, r eOmWe MeSf 3 tIre S Ot in 0

Sr. ao menpesu i neer sum..a rns trne- h ash ats ... *r of bte --bIey
w BhimsmIta i^ ^ ^ t mm sa ..s^^ ^ 19S diS.^
This celebrated Wro ught Ie.d Sd e a h ea.. oan 2 l wk w mI ohei s olnr ts.G
Btei IanguE is adopted by u t s w v e i e hr tr.o a Asl -the il-oo CO|An- wj I
wveryotne a the Standardd m ma wel t tae t ne. *be U a o, M t Itr aL ~e Ap. OP~--Any kti I an at.
tange. 1luntldreIs are in eTsn a r omW r go a Pee we ssWt Aas e -u want anythn el sig
pase in G(Jineville homes, l. IT. VL e Ilfum M ssse in T the. J. J, you Ca e 0
d not a single instance of sster, Na r. Ma Oiu. r ha, hettn h reltites i Oat a paher 3 a Ka s *oM Pg. b
Sse of difUatWaction hem ~ieur h r th put Sowr n to, em sei lWbth Orm Uth..- teghs a
bon wiwu n. but b in td t luemr Md l lb Ie r h5 n T. h ttt I Welln. tl Tik'c trod Iar kI mi. I _
Ofr been ,iowno. a IM .2PItr oaU ast a. Now is a s s Md MonsJ~e 1 s ..i*saJ ad Qua
-TSh Ihes s. PhiSeBth. eeMes the efmbtmMe b* Week Ito sa et E s Vi i wre pmsic le ho hfm
Sfi the lnret Mot btareb are ta H A Imt ttee a. 3. st um 0. aor i. t o y kow s
rUl 1 Lq nM eEd to meet ahe hod e Tirnes. to UIma at m l esu. as D. se f 3a. 6 a. .1.
Sday evl W emng. at t: So the pmre

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tioan a human ingeunay Th* wAaa'~ w*aSn Mina jut*r
an mnke Itmn. You run a th a wd.a e oa wE a- .
mee this anft.. at 8 *'eld as illYnUATISIIM.
ai f BW r~( "Sn o fft wI se. ad afl l a vl FI
T our 3oUw t membes a b reuMed so beMreMes. AN0Mimoa ___6101rt ____nwkes ______i_
lbf pf Rmebie.I"ot.a Wbo PQI
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