Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01203
 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 12, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01203
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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P an e i He CrNewl- LEo d fty.$
t TreubIM by Wall o ene r CyiM S N*r OvIr ^ t ^. 's a CEard t l leity We
N ot T e v.Wb y, M,-f ,rnw aW n r elel 1 ar' i v e r O v er J ry m p i,. ,a u . .tant .iper ftle sdeau o It h w i d Iul z y I b
Stit Omtc. ma 5O at the eeerliwel was ofymineNo. 4. ,, twyi, tela m 1M4,abar-
AN 5bythe a ed Ti140S owtiag ,story of his escape ie dSlly SeathL
.----- -long the ammatalna road b between r. ."' the gas ploslon Saturd wbich
Y IS SAFE HE SAYS ,d ted. ye TROilD TATEOF AFFAIRS Mile "R. t.Harrell ills i.
FE, HE no eara... s TUK T TEOThe men were Insptit an aS WORST SPELL OE WINTER
of our lvs steaA d o-o-e. portdn of the rin -anI although the
He W Never More urw tourists had procured A med at Move Being explosion occurred shortly after I p.
lMned to "Destroy Amerchy at 'Le) a loft teea' three, Mmad I Twry-WiIl Execute a' m, they we ret not i"overu at -Ul tieW *, Set aid Rainl Me Cead
-ea -. ..... .. ry ol'ok 'tat1r(i1) PigPht. toni Mo t Unpleaamnt-4 lte O
Tep )and Anarchy at the Botternm miles abop Se @Ty. Permidable MiHlIary Oemonstration i Harrell was about thirty ftI't in a54 .L Pu u .. .se.
t 1Society. One of their numbernamod Der- toeTurks. Jcof D o 0 O Lnes Were Put Oat of WaInese by
4 IOne f thlr mber, named or. I ,verawe Turke. vance of tirytipiih when the explo-
chetg, who b ad co iderable xperi- slo ocrurrld. Itarrell's death w e tee vered Wires.
Nw York,.Feb. 1.-The Rev Dr. ace In bobslelshng, acted as* steer- St. Petersburt. PFb. 11.- 1rt t.I *- i.astlatneos w and when Nlr.ymple.. rcity pert
SWesley M11i, pastor of tie Met o. man. tTurrl rlstkn e bare l, I d ui .. ..... .. in ol A unt., ., 1w --ls nty owtt*
olita Metbodfat Tetople, In a sp'eeca The quartet made several centss o a l enaclg phae Aarui tlhe a rkness with h right g lrcan" **o al so"me otf the woft we*th*r 4
looI slg Predeat Roosevelt at a In fety bult the t t speedw u-neagd Turkish pe .tratin o(l'. ar-1s w ift kn i rw hadly g crus tiand the winter 'away night sad Mund@y
tqut of the Delaware Valley socl- too exhaustng for Derehen, Who Wa ', ILIand the moblObstat tinal, he ws rrbhl, hrned a ut the Imo.i
y at the Manhat betel, related subject to heart disease Shortly theB Ruielan overnamest h .i.s I fa d In th tohn M
e Incidents a a personal vislt to otter the bobelefghh lt loyaln on to executed a for dable till.. cin- crawled over. twenty ,r to a n ow. -e, t and e were g-e-., a
Sprldest In Wahie.s. w oh ine of Its trips. the man sitiag b oBlatratia i fpy to T" current her e. agn met rcl ous. lt' dence, andI sa result bual a
onemvuchaoineat I %*an.ltd Derebs t aw him my srighuy IM7 i UStrnt erdestchlU thte*":' a mi n*e a when found by eamhers hisl 1 Iki was interrupted or entirely
,Dr. 1 1,11 : ...a. d i. head r.op onrwar. m" -sp etton of 40. m0vt, t rrop body wits almost entirely sub.ierge4 eS*u dd.
'I wae oe w to Wau.ingto sad, His hands( VU reinalnred on the from cestri RuelA ith lull wrwith water, Trolle, r wr quickly. put ou
e t 4is adj of aensm eonery, steeria whiel but the boealer4h oqup me l d It o 0G Itlt; ttn .Wi i,.tphyi s say that h e wre y p
trage satd gWy matter, Wo ame not under control. o lpdity with w tO over.' possibly, e, though his c i maltsel, the wires bla heavily
'th4esre Memsv.. Whie I entered The other passenger thouht that. awing Uthe Turks by a IdekIst' ex -uptes critical. lv t ge h tlee.m tt ag the Opertlo
e White buse. Prddest Roomse Drehen had fainted but as they were biblhtOp of foroe. t ....... of the vari"ou city It*e impossible.
t e m by te h ad r. unale to re the wheel, or te T war oce bhas d ) planl XPLOION O AN OIL STOV. Thbe pople living In the mbwr
aiated, Oa* I, I am gaU to a bobdeali, dt.ci&d to bold on and tWat a t tahe t xeIt on td AtI Mt'l thiem lu- these who work i. the ity we r.
eu. bhas* God wiile the banherm to Iluck. I flurriedly tor egislatve a tctut to o 4 t o w t A t
W broke dbiy in Wall street have The bobtleleh traveled gsely tuime their backs upon me. poy at lightning speed, narrowly la m T.he amlttee oS toaslt .d-fenseI Philedelphia. reb. II.-- The rxplo. ways or meu t or s el tay t#
.In gla that at least one preaLher ea two other bobalelghs. and dashed aiembled ln virtually el eed .lason. Ilo of e1 oil tMoe I n the home of ho
Ul rimnber the ny to tie White Into a fountain. I A ,re s"e f of w briefly aJ Wa. eliord, whre a small femlly Il e proils l
ee.' Dorclen's three frietle receivedal r.-'emprevelyr outi e of b Turkle h reWaler wasbl od here G aturdaymtl fai
"I replied, 'Wl. Mr. President, the rou a Injuries, and Iterohen huiseelf puuittva eo wh"Ig Wa Is fully thek rths...ate .section of theCity. Tetriae e sslatU ith
bn mortem has not bn declared 'was found to have died from heart (p a4 sadie blo & nen credo aftedsthe desatib of tMrs. Jesaie ott ltles wa ml etmse.
- odisse. ...--. gt t ah m eu l a M army orf '~Tua*t as#Me arS asJury os 7# p rtlee WIasM Ilatra Ipe
1i hISthe Ptds 3 WM RHAI(gAO CLERKS MBET. M.*. Me tet WIt president's fl e other penoes. pan ofn Mo"wAy e -4
i n alive th d at the pmaest I -er at $0 0 86 ofl aying thet Mrs. Cttor4 was estalintanig hr -1 101W "o W t he
S aePO trO" G el" lSeto 120 Gather at an Informal LLnoheen Avee10 0 lbbrds St s0hea pln, he s de wIIld beN"wa
1 .at theo t ae MA at the Hotel Lanler. =are WMesrt t S1 owita t ONINi. torwim eftN$0rowl1g 01 ee Mms.j g p 1W 1
aI I e oee ody. The, uMaoes, ., eb. 11.--Ap enelf,. Ie mo ~s d..I arwhs wa, ,,mmed fm bea i mtbu, fl JWrlan ,s
ofall5 149 ast lic noting of the order of ralwwo, h si I eI MgWA ~ t be6ag i e o"O O*"
SS lone a t- *0wt elirks of ste tate aa t M N Mi *i '4 "4tIo~ low eiM.a a t4 0 hos. Ns. Cl.on AM euO se a Up s ..
wLe A* st S Is Sh atstrbay at as tanormaw lachem at M6 6 a a te ses. y esu m wrie to SA j* VWSB 5ygL0IIs
*a*MO *M blfttl Ot mI S 0 Hol dotler. Asirs we # l wr -Mrmst-tse b10 1 al- s* m l aIgIe ets
ei, t, lbs .tr7 isea.' casn.L Iore thas I i,,s .i. M th .ebt wwo w Ai
P N W Awr. w.e ep.....st. .I"M 'a dWa that the ,, to t.. AM .M*. IW --
-hiNT tWaB 4 there was nothblar of as W to iwlbse se s l& 40I "Nt a# A M 01111
aemlve i Cius Give *l1.I 'the t1M0N ta thed eftt I.If TOO OM. iL. .
by .y. I el vee greg ia reto l sel1, 1o110 has--t at -P er o e*
70. r. e.-rso emtd f Poll* tm e r*M1e Nt 0" so ewou ,,Ii,.w.mofU ,., .a o m ,,, ,Mis -ei
abeenI t men la t a mt *at Y @y. 46M .rf e. Past. _17- Vv ofmS2i;m 6i,
et aser levenueswass|t Mal saot Mag teae se Of* t*ge 0he 11M 4 W" >is llllla
I* er-tee *bsMV *aft ent a of Ot aer IMs e A t_ the i ow auaUO. --"1-1- 1w- , OSN O"b,.t -
4t by I tshts. aest"red the f te roaway dert eWasplel the 4K. l M t e a m b"as t flf bi am -I t ait m e
is ad the boys of the ToM teten 4 the meeatla. The te= OW0 14 *0t e. which. owing mfetto t1"Wlso61110sO ft M aset M o 'e
anaIt ss aolatten held here was ao:rew to 10 the a aM tse maw. st be t s letter llo a eb h
I Sunday is AprilU Columbus. R1111 *ft01OaFSy. ome of T letel esgh 4 ait tht a* e bad
aouea party of visitors sentauvel to the order from seves "I 0 CL tIakes her lif bes- e s -tm e It to 5WIf"
of the president. Mrs. states wro present. 4-" AnOmo tbA. 13ea am d aii Ig NM e CIt a9i w r AN
1M"ts athelt Qutir. -- -- """" -psp an I dd 1et wi1 to rwal __"0 a ofGtesie W A
a"e of the family. wasa SPAIN'S ROYAL SPORT. nla herl PrM Conveunt *n la Tn. Ir Id.thy. i 4
Iard ClowM in a suot of I MeAt in uMbii.i 0 Ih r meetly arrived fr m Odaa. s iPWdl
The bit of the show During Vear 2,.0 Sulte Mi 3f M e*d1, 0,1 1eb. tI -PWtt and mde me *oereS of havile toeeo fl o f e W asW *gON "is
tt al of a big polar bear to Hoerse Were Killed. h ed sad Wve e d o l mpaa for a pt i S'Po0i ti USSI
erepeate od eall of "Tddy, Madrid. Feb 11 --A new clress tI StW e re.as We' pvrid for I her eeasp. Atheu -ae wro telet.) I b*asa idee* ? teaW"metW
iie response to toP b.ing built ito this city for ball IglS "Mast vemsoe whith will NeOters,, e lavet rfeslved replied. bet Os 61"Mt Se 0"
aeodore. The presoallnt w'leh will a over 17,000 peple. OIn w ul 1 r Ito let* ese, ver) mowtr revel m er*1110111tby
Foer more thas au hour In 1W07 2.MO bulls a1n 1IN bte1es 1si1tes fr preideet and vice prt odw"sb a 9011 t 111a be g ae
p ogrom. which was like- wer* killed In the sport. Of hums bat. .Thel?^0lli Nra m.We% a w se Got by Mr.. on *#* My e f
I mby ea hundred lvf.seven wer low, tacludlag bt' awl.eeef shAwrom. sad W W, .a.,* t--AsWal- "r2
y M snmtrs. of Toredor Montes. who 1i Ch e t mSetary 4 M P ... dh p.. I- 1 h mM
arena l-as Jau-ary atM 4 -. bi SeM- "al aiuse" iI s to I a '-- *- wu i
tMAAT eXIA ITION. wasodered asut l aeied th M w 4twthem Ph ee ,r6. 6Tee es eWo 10
Thea there was the ee* f I*'Sb. r w" 1 dowf 0
i C eve, Toa *BaIm alla o Meitto who, W ao eala '- U *- e m. w ih. ia _l* e "u... -- a --- .--- - iw $ .
*I I ___ A t i --to be pr-.-t at a bull i St Sad e to e @4 a atui --g -- --i-treelease ee .t, .. .'- -.-- tt
bts ewtired with th w way the p. I S th. s41. 1ow f. bthie.
U.-Mjmma. em f erunanc was bing coadesl-, -P I US U wihipMS Mimito @4 0 C that de -e -ad e
1m^ heel PS la the parec The "- _^t 0U A^eU tb i tw 5m U -- 19 r -S. g ^Ot't

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First Primary

Pe 11.-Tbhe State
iJ a'tivet Committee met
IW'tal this morning, at
M nftary Dodd read the
the roll, thirty-five
I..btg present either In per-

t their political aonnec-
ft rmer being a candidate
States Senator and the
holding lfce, Chair-
U1. F letcher and2enator W.
reigned as members of the
an4 Arthur T. Wlliams
chairman of le commit.
vacancies on the oonmlt-
p filled by the election of
d D. Malght of Duval, & J.
Ill of Putuam, 8. H. Bltaeh of
er and C. 0. Cdrington of Volusla.
'%r rt ~It p r was ordered for
a i the l Mibtad ftr Jne 14.
Up. cities, caamplsgn commit-
I)e q ri e salsstlng of the
ItalilIa sai, 4oretry, sad five mem-
rsihe a ipointed by the chairman,
Mtwr wie the oemittee adjourned

S, l. oammtte of the
,P~ met t o'clock this
O i the Arag on, and issued
al-MAt .i ftr primariO.
' Mlsi ee atteading the meeting
.0 ore .Broward, Caadldates
l ebrl sOt ad Brown, for
hiso tor AttorneyGeneral.
g -fW r Railroad Commission
SHilson, Ames
r alo on hand.


n ew Sedg id, and Stew
,. ~epto: mre

"i m Wtslde, will make

egmprl e this minastrel
rgla rlyJ. and the co-
Sill be palled off during
The proceeds will be
oqulpplng the new
:llt OGards with club tea-

orb icisd the inptul-
n s ensee to our

Ave losokit
books and
i0 moGM or tkipa

pliants betove
AImu the hmily
is uwsd he.

bad agedoss dem
{bd itI aina -
for Ws toti

have worew
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Of Cod iUver 0U-Thie it
Most Valuabe Pralo t
Ear!y in :;se seventeenthl pty A#
physicians became aware of th tA i
that the cods' livers 4ad thr ll 4rW L
talned medicinal element of l
value In the treatment ot peo ay. _io
scrotuluus, wasttinga daleas al
chronic rheumatla / I
Im usins cod U lve all tIn oIt l

which the valaubt e rav ati.
were embodied. WVs W7y oejeoett
able, and of ao asll r l value.
to separate or emtret e i
properties of thelo tiem r ef th
objectionable al l WU t qu tlUt.
After years of epelaU thy W,
produced thr#e 1l-rt and dbtllum
k id of eamd ur cU. aamety-tt
clear pale. th light brows aod t
brown. The elear pale wa that *ht
was nrst extrted from the ood '
livers. The light brown was obtalait n
by boling the lyers after the 8e .5
er ple oil had bees extracted, a.
the brown oil was the result of pre-
i1i the residue.
None of thee products, howeveT
were free from the nauseatin oil sad
no qpe of them contained all of tl l
medicinal elements known to exxtt hil
the cod's liver. It remained tor two
eminent French chemaait, M YA
and Gautler, to produce the
cod liver preparation. After twenty
years of study and labor they diseoI
ered an extractive and concentratU I
process which enabled then to o>
rate from the fresh cods' live rs a (a
their oil, all of the medicinal, he4a
and body-bulldl4n elements, rand dl
card the oil entirely, and It la by thi
process that Vinol is nhde.
To these valuable cod liver extra
tives Is added pe|tonate of lim. e.
which produces yinol, a remedy unew
elled in the treatment of all pathb
ary and wating disease, and to rat
store health and strength to feeble O t
people, delicate children and aftR '
sicness. We ask any such person t
alneeville to try Vinol on our gtaru.-
tee to return the money If It ato
to Dive astsataloi--W. M. Jo das
Druggitt. OalBevlll, Florida.
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Ilub met at
-crow, Feb.

lI-call with

WVlans beautl-
p1 to EnS
S'hloh was

A, i paper,
low0jer," and
g.bvr liste.
**0i'as appre-

T14 2aHrnM$l otThULI.
Cee4 Mae mmd WemN"srrested

A"6 Oft hN&UUMN &MtQ
&**"" eof Kul=Som"Ity.
ftidl as rretiI d w ou~rem
fts"I b" u"" 0 &a&k
ft"n Oes. tthelatrw bow"m
wif of Du Ores, o Atthem?.
Trh wvat alse that th e
obwpd wkbIth iOrses. Whel II
broth.of t dhe fmdaat. U
is also marr ad It Is ON
his wife to da to "ae op"

the lfe otbhi brodier.
The prAties afe tIN JlL hut to
much as they mv agilty O fft
here, Shell F9-004 haN O VO'i*
cid whether or 04 he wV"
liver thm to the "athrmt" of
riuu coustY.


Officer Walker Teok Three @etoP0
Men to Tito P0111e 1G1au.
LeputY 8W901 I. C. VsrrW 1
Tuesday for Ocala. h1111in1 I1
tbnhe -lisoe. 4, all colrdn M
Andrew Wbitaker. 10o i
petit larceny In Joet"
mrt Newberry. sty dave.
Chariey Alle. Peti breint.W
HeuderS cOU ~urt sixty da
Irev Herall. asmultsld

Tb. pnisoew' ..f' d5SCIIC -
o~rlw gem ~uu d~(111
Rawls & (0)i. womwoof k *

Mr. Graves Will ki1
LWO10.1 ee Sr~brllshU, uW
reently purchased fr0" LI
a kAt on %.st (' al(o mtfu Is
umber pbIrd #tawte irto nd.L
U OOf begin trw Piwth. of k
gve or elI fI b' fo oht @
Mr and Mt- (Irsvs us
f NObrrAA bUt 6i9d t
h1110" T'b'? are' Psreoft
oravoc .%'ortb (Msloovk.
37 friend here who wIhe
ad to 1"M that th',hae1111
W~ re tie city to i5
to build (,g

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Poet Caes Dispoe d .it y
*1ei Court A
The special term of t0he 1i rtt
eart disposed of the rolletwla elvll
0a0es TuEeda :
Carley c arit r. et al., vs. Livl
Johaues, ejectinluti. Verdict for
Cllrto M. Carter vs. AbeL MRae,
ejeoMet. Verdict ft* plaintit.
rkle M. Carter vs. Mlago a haler,
ejetaWnt. Verdict for nlathtl. *
Cast M. Carter vs. Wi. Thoeas,
eJoftiat. Verdict for ItatnUf
Aftr hearing then Naes th o1ert
adjOtri until I o'clock Wedeeday

tilewlngo Is the Jury for the pree
eat week:
D, P. Miller. W'. .. Jackson C. A.
Ooltooah, Alex lHowe. John Avera, J.
u. I lteh.
North Gainesville Realty.
WillUam e Cmpbell of North Gaine.
vlill has sold to Col. 1. H. Webster
a handsome buildlnl lot adolning the
latter(' property in that thriving sub.
Real utati ha been quite lively in
North Gaietivllle within the past few
mouth, several dealt having been
National Pure Food and Drug Law.
We are pleased to announce that
rolky's Honey and Tar for roughs,
colds and lhn troubles It not affect
ed by the Natkonal Pure rood
Drug law s It onatalna no opiates or
other iharmfl drug. and we ireom-
mend It h ia safe rmedy for abil-
drea and adult.s-J, W. MoCollum A

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t-dse Present, and Both
4 0nrresalonal Meetings
Atteded-First Primary
dJune I&.

lie. rFel 11.-The State
xlecuUtve Committee met
Hotel this morning, at
Secretary Dodd read the
called the roll, thirty-five
being present either In per-
10 proxy.
to their political connec-
Ate former being a candidate
States Senator and the
ti 'already holding office. Chair-
t4 i. 1. Fletcher and Senator W.
.I a resigned as members of the
o=!tttee, and Arthur T. Williams
'af4Losen chairman of the commit*
e aiour vacancies on the commit-
Me oirere filled by the election of
a aond D. Keight of Duval, 8. J.
illburn of Putnam, 8. H. Blltch of
evy and C. O. Codrlngton of Volusia.
The Irst primary was ordered for
lay 19, the seond for June 16.
Upib motion, a campaign commit-
)e was ordered, conssting of the
atrman and secretary, and five mem-
ors,to be appointed by the chairman,
after whilk the committee adjourned
Ibjeet to all.
The CoInresslonal committee of the
ct4od D ltrtc met at 3 o'clock this
9tsrnooa at the Aragon, and Issued
etmdlar oIl for primaries.
Amoag thoe attending the meeting
OovRe ror Broward, Candidates
Ofchrist and Brown, for
B lllis for Attor eyOeneral,
tbes, for Railroad Commission
Casa. vDolherty, Hilson. Ames
others 'wete also on h nd.


Ie New *Sein Hold, and Show

Satertlle Guards Minstrels
qwfsglsae d seE a ftew

%i 6 se high line&. A great
eod auscali talent is to be
the company, which, together
SaiUstageO outside, will make

.W ea mprise this minstrel
l regularly. and the en.
will be pulled off during
The proceeds will be
wardss equipping the new
the Guards with club fea-


pave ritick nrl tlwh iji-tl-
as a s na c6i' t4 'Aur
A, h b ndiesl it I11I'-

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f morw or kw a
when the w 'k

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hd. But thw NINNI
beuwm .I cis, b
bad. It ill aa Ph'm
for '0 tr think
of hamu. we
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Of Cod Liver Oil-The Latest and



Officer Walker Teek Three C lMW
Men to Turpentine Camps
lieuty Sheriff 1. C. Walker l
Tuesday for Orala. having Ls e nb
three irismers. all colored,

Andrew Whitakelr. e avid St
petit larceny In Justice HSI
cm rt. Newbetrry. sixty day s
'harley Allen. petit l eMy. JMa
Ifendersonmis mourt. lsty days.
Iwvid bciall. assault sad bshI.
Justilc' olnman r wilrt. frour mea
The' prirto.-r, we.r deMIldsd
kRa l 4' ( I' 1.'.* -it Alebras ~I
ty rw iW tb
Mr Graves Wil d

lIstlc ( ;rare'~ f"I \..tr~Arb5, wha
rft.itul ;, r !ruMl !rus Lum

00440 pIfr-d th rd
t rwo tor'YwrP rulpP -
Ur &lidW.Irs ,ra"
lot sebra-k-A tI4s6111,04 IbI 'v

Gent i. p Irb Piar*$"41, sa hL
mIan tris'tis b.r.whowill be dedIW
ed to kern botw*"y have .e1S
hterfs tits r M oog
to build A h".rw

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Most Valuable Form.

lEar!:. hii :;.e t\'v uiteetlth century
physicians banur' aware of the Let
that tlhe cotl' livers and their oil os-
tained rndtl.'.!nl elemz:ts of great
value in the treatment of pulmonary.
scrofulous, wasting diseases and
chronic rheumatism. .
In using cod liver oil la Its original
form they discovered that the ol,
which the valuable Curative eleo
were embodied, vwa very objectlo-
able, and of no medical value. HOW
to separate or extract these medical
properties of the code' liver from tbh
objectionable oil was the questioo.
After years of experulentln they
produced three dIfferent and distinct
klpds of cod liver oil, namely-the
clear pale. the light brown and the
brown. The clear pale was that whick
was frst extracted from the cod4'
livers. The light brown was obtained
by boiling the livers after the clear
or pale oil had been extracted, and
the brown oil was the result of pres-
Ing the residue.
None of these products, however,
were tree from the naupeatlng oil and
no ape of them contained all of the
medicinal elements known to exist In
the cod's liver. It remained for two
eminent French chemists. Morguel
and Gautler, to produce the perfdt
cod liver preparation. After twenty
years of study and labor they discov-
ered an extractive and coitelntratmlU
process which enabled them to sepa.
rate from the fresh codis' IIers and
their oil, all of the medicinal, healing
and body-buildlag elements, and di .
card the oil entirely, and it Is by thil
process that Vinol is mhdr.
To these valuable e(od liver extrac-
dives Is added paiptonate of iron,
which produces y1ilol, a remedy une.x
called In the treatment of all pulans
nary and wasting diseases, and to rt
store health and strength to feeble old
people, delicate children and after
sickness. We ask any such person t
Oainesville to try Vinol on our guaram
tee to return the money if It falls
to ive satisfaction.-W. M. Johnseo,
Drugist, Oainesvllle, Florida.
.. ... _--

Colored IMn ad Woman Arrested bI
amrwe Pewnet osn sere Charem
Acting upoa iantrctosa fr t0
authorities of Marko. county, h*11
P etell has aremted Be Oeas ad
tgeoe Oreea, the latter being the
wife of DIn GreO, of AnthoLy.
The warrant alleges that the woma
eloped with d Green. who i i4
brother of the defendant Id Ore
is also married, and It s sad Mlft
his wife in order to "take up" wit
the wife of his brother.
The parties are nl jail but lis
much as they are guilty of as es0l0
here. Sheriff Pennell has mst yet I
ieded whether or nomt he w l
liver them to the authortUde of Mf&
rion county.

Pucrs* Id Was An Feou Cases Disposed ef Tuesday,
ft*en Court AdJoWrA!
The The aU. apl Club met at The special termz of the qircuit
the 111 0041p C1row. Pwv aort dispod ( id of th following civil
Maruy ('515cs Tuesda.:
Afte m' jvS I t.n Carley ALN ru, r. t id.. vs. Vi
tale ISsdp el thetprnoon. Mre. WI. Johnson, ejv%'tiis'ii \ erdlt for
IL Tah'~haS' DK*& T1'nc1h con- plalatlif.
hOte eL .XAta orotafp n The ftirlay X ('arter vs. Ahp UARS.
mImbplb usl tetWtsi clll Iwith ejeotsu4mt. Vt'riet ft plaintiff,
I1Sittlkr Ja oru Cailey M. ('Crte'r vs. MInto rrasler.
An wi%4 boau~I~untl- ejectmentPt Vcrdl(,t for plahitiff. *
MYlr Aul4 jti. Schwl nidt. Carley. M. Carter vs. Wm. Thomas,
1) ti to Eng- eJpuae. \'erdict for plaintiff.
too~ waJiM b vt which w" Aar bearing these Cases the court
Vc adjauruwd until 9 o'clock Wednesday
~ q~14.'am~ a paper.inorsia.
Qb Owir," and iloewing Is the jury fr the pro*e
the -0 her listen-etatwek:
mkww-ws*, a ils pprw D P. hiller. W. I.-JacksoN~ C. A.
clued. Cololough, Alex Howe. John Avers, J.
UYq le m t 'hvan thp ladles.kI;. lqith.
wft OVAA .11101j11 Mithat she
Tos 4400am, to 00i0" to an North Gainesville Realty.
William ('Campbelwl of North nlaints-
SeMue a R Killing was vll, baa sold to (Col. I. R. Webster
beautifth r4 by ML 0. L. C ('row, a habaonh'm building lot audluinin the
"a W wIbq o6%0adjournod to iatterb proliert) InIIthatt thriving ub.
meet web$ mn J. J. UMWdlln onFle ll.urb.
rusty dtb. at I u'o-uea- Ial "tatll hats hlive n qitolii'& ly in
P R VR ORTE1'1. North 0uiiierull l withiInI tho past few
VqmI mouths, several st.,lt ltvlgtg brain
m~R11fn TUrI'lRNnEt MEN made.

Wa Held t'ieem4r t SIW s Matters National Pure Food and Drug Law.
W s T re f 8 "M at ters. We are pleased to annouut o that
A N- -S of IvalWMS o'eratOors roiry's honey and Tar fr troughs,
of t*JvlMi jwl.ll a,1,1 colds and lung troubltm it iiot afcAt.
si. heM1( La ls hIg d~'u~Ii, at ed by the National Pure Pood ad
whbdte~ Ia e ~bbto go tters lit .;Drug law an It contains no opiates or
other barmnful drugs, and we rftom.
mend It as a safe remedy for ohil-
pIpniSIS7 Su i.whI eBh Th5. Is. dren aid adults.-J, W. McCollum &

%ig' Us, e meeti. Appeat red to ,.'
toumbrnf pOrtoAtly Uad ory to all
Ir'0 81 I m stn b bWPs the out-
en1i iL* Irit in Onmiable good
to hpurate srs E W
T. *sisseft @1 the most
I a"ie n wu IhiW L ,State ,_0

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aim I" ho ip .eu has PiON-' eai" so ss et i .

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Donelp or Fivirniawl Diroas"
birix ~rFnl~!oms it I~mn~fr

TlrgmPah and Mail lOtfles Sewum
'Pr nmspt AAtention.



Nk!W GOODS....

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ftemeal atomos o atoson **%umo
DIbis Use Mmisd lIiesrssjadele~
WMIn~I S(eaded so
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~ g~alowetsIpW higlna
ai s Now, be pm am revna
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a a be a "m ow
"M am" wi b oom tbambel
in w is ,* M4 an tobe

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Sam k twws ~a
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'i* ea qrn11~ b a ~~lIee hr
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lhec s uetWwhteWe
in4Nw- ~4aedthhinM tbe

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when~ thspee'C kwv
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"the Iaurn iw oI O mrt tol; "! doecolumn of The Nai
k do osits; 'i h Wa ll tL or Commerce on J
Jouu fm t this War .t it was said: "Downtodwi
ito t If i It bl e thinking of organlitalg
,tO *top .i"'me i' ,ii dvernor Hughes for th
If the 0or~nr t i to guarantee As* e. He to ardently *upp~p4
a baok'e oredUitblt 4 t the b ba, S1 tt Oil, but he may ndoa
wHr 040 .paat t1moslk against to S-*lthIs fact widely advertlsed.
the baonk debt i otaey words, As Te Journal of Commerce Is tW
iguuWte leaps me st depoite .*est oltble authority of finance au=
Bal It It fali to". Gq o veOa' ~* eas, po 'doubt the lnformtloat
S Ais ""$o atiu air4 th' lGeoeror Hughes is ardentt
withhbld it ftao of bust- s' 'ted" by the Standard OU trtu
as6?U< WhY nsews. -tlaMBels true. Where all the casl
SPWo o ptloa, Oue itr "es that erected him Gover
a5 a5tdrtlprd eI t u of their htdsri-a disputed question. Suga
wuree, mreltll a i detlaa t aM4 Ih Wall Street bankers furale
a5o4 iteMt buelag # 'rt boadle," but as the Rockefi*
ISn they pyp w., dteemtsM are so adently support
S|ig OMrE0 or Hughes for the Preit
Why set ie atoes sad &edtp p ably the same interest
bodq4 of 'O the sf tnnl'It* he bulk of his eampai
satM r o Me l fuad *t W running for Governor ad
Th the tl fi eiuar m U deht try to samp the d~.le~
ed Why oat Soi0en his oropts? r witis linimoa it Gover
isly eomethima 0h0M1 be e en for Mph I Is the Repubtloan scanddbi
the wewin. ShhI~ a ts e a ftor Nslbmt t. *Thee Republiau r
*eemplsory Itret Ia ked by theft tsrm have queer connections and
OAemeats~ g etee, pruteittag wllf ber watching.
wiqies airtm lapr(eat r utaflthb.
l i ideaM, sad osewteIN theo ad A few year ao Marry Garden, now
-atil I .p.l e of ditore the Imavete of New York auodleoee
rM N te pare agast was. r s town little lger into Paris.
t M~ d lMrs aga set we almost in despair, although
ant iptt e Sia' eo the tNI oft the Operm/
The be so "prlvT1eds CoaIg, when oe N aght Rioton, the
> iri'Ceeag b sites; PrlAt wae take ddely il The
a i nothing that Is ma~et was frattUe. Miss Gao
Stoi a demoeray tha dei o 0tndied the part of lalse.
L s~~t re tl 1r e he wa meat for, aan though she
Mi thie eat pritoplto of bt er even sang with an or
r Ite apt, there Ol i r *e *showed bor grit and went
pia l.ty.1 The la /.ih teo minute, sys The Dnel
SOi We W as gua inra* eater abra, Me had won the
tdl b "tM W1rehsieat. OMl aay. dlt- i smand ever s tne hb has been
0ll apiwrtattt the at teah to tho Mary GUen was born
a4R esa T ,Trvtr n 4 hseeo fA thirty years ago, and
ement I epi ara there to a frasmentary legend hat
sguI aj4 OIr eaor o*c ( her ancetors by the same of
e e inWmmiuK W a e M Maais, u a*ud a tM for a quee of n Of stand
Sg het h tofply r. Er eta stu=es sgo. And MaryI at
amrlit *** so ea e a I re 4(ages, c. earraed the tone of a
e, llm a t. It ha,' m6 this before she could lisp
-^ u strednle evmOa 6 the po aS ingle I& y word. When ahe wa a
00r. Whb oa OovmflerenMt s*a. shd. nolt her father rated to
Wto ai hteath. voreemt paranntoeaoe *o, and Mary was taught
1een old ams, Ost ema tsr su a vtt. Laise a weaty womn
awe 4p WteSI pudl5bt? ), Ip. tId*I. oer ad s-t
St eF ObW N V Nrk s ayI rPS to U4 There ha tfd wod Wth
baeir e shmb.lar iaw ythlmt W p tf dmp all, apg Ipt tteh (tor hber, and. this predliton
sIt M aiulty g the Qorrpeeat bo ae lb i

s4 leta it' saOede tafti, sor
Irt.eiy, :Pt tie sad tsn all
OIf, PO ft.Swhen o r i ktor
r -tot eswe a aM a 4 w
WO t. ois w < eeaOO p ash.

me m. 0o ew1 m9. .

a dwsPwlas what she had doq
)ra aisngas ohmeui ha
boe re.ot Is erl th OeIry ptape

e p ubwwedtiI ss u thMe ceaty.
i. the ta agi ttr seve| Nartheet

Th hoal ewspgapr so thoe most ta
l- eos am tantitao Ia othe ord0,
b"t 1 M us bu e the arges "dos"
If e kindo. "I bands just ow that
It l ew rha administered ate
thIe Well attempt to awalow It at
eit "s'p" lis titm, but by a ll tat's
Imes we swear new to se tha. Im-
p- r spa spla.
lat m a us the Dmorat part o
to I ask hr aow ork o orl.
DemOftw e tMMs
It t*al M" as Mer to *s a
ad *ae o tvas 0- Fd tt mahe %the
ware" betwea the dowe lad pro
& C O t, m
er I- ktoro. c***( *
Se. 1- a OMead ad r ted, t at

sw ato muU s ad compltry do

Sipa rptioa s trame rtab"l phya-

...y .t e. from t em. an ,Car.
tt r -C maashestmarid by p. d.
tew Ay Coa. ht4a 0. cstales a
wegry, aMd I t takes lateraly.
stts directly speam the bolM a
ans atuet fe the syvtot. if
MgXINO to Catwe bare to aes
-Le- gI t lIt A taken he
dkto at slve- the dIer ata pro

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The Pan is Mightier

Than a fire-engine when your
hoseo is on fire, because it in.
stantly secures the entire value
of your home-that is, when
your name is penned upon a
strong policy for

Fnr Iuram

in the bait of aspanles. Winter wind
amr plendki aMW to big blae. How
about yowr h ow? If tn In armty, Ibhi
odoB will at Ice i sur It on reipt of
a Une from pu. THINK.

The leeUtoNA"seam
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Leave Gainrville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-,
lpohit South............ ......... OI
Returning, iive ainevill ................

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Leave Gainesville for Sampseon City, Palate ad ,
Lake City, Valdoet, and all points North 6
Returning, arve Gainesville ............. 9

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Air Line Railway


Three Ilgat TWran Daily:


Modern PullmanEquipment.

Us 9I. A v ls a f s a d i ac k s swnfl oww T u rk i a d
Weahinw geen Vising Ca (a 15k mt) seru: Ma
OsOgft S% summo na dOhervakm Car. I e in.
11:80 G. LA ndm J.ovl12:"
p tsbftoumaLlen mmd aleepei'4r0reug

L G. SOVLIN,4 40 r--


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, QWHptw, and son are
|nH a tdl$OUI meeting in
1i~iv &
l- - .


S wan by the name of Cash.
,lshot and killed by A. Irwin
lit Croom last Sunday.

Shalom. a Jewish temple.
Sotwer of Southard and Simon.
Key West, was dedl.

T a 4J61 Dunnellon will soon
S a fe ner fire station and are
Peontemplating the laying of a
of cement sidewalks.

The Christian Advocate says that
,J. B. Ley, financial agent for
ern College, Is meeting with
h encouragement in raising the
10,000 endowment for the school.

Clearwater will soon have a fine
1 0Iw tourist hotel. C. W. Baxter, who
Swas the proprietor o( the Colonial
, Motel which burned in St. Peteraburg
a short while ago, will erect a large
tousrlt hotel at Clearwater in the near
The Fort Pierce Tribune speaks of
C. H. Hooks of Jenaen as 'the most
seesferl fishermaB4'. tt e mast
Ooit, and says e rehrigtly made a
a1l In the ocean In one day that net-
ted him. $65. This catce consisted
t 3,7500 pounds of pompan.and 6,400
pounds of bluefsh-a truly extraordl-
ry haul for one dar.-Tlmes-Unlon.

The t. Augustine orpondent to
Tie Timeo Unon says at the present
ttie the Influx of travel to St Augus-
tla' s enormous, and is daily on the
S taree. The hotel men report buls-
Sexcellent, many of them enjoy-
ag better patronage than they did
o a to k corresponding date of last
year. very train from the North
wd Weat is coming in crowded, and
at dnl y Augustlne but the entire
Mat Coaat It fast filling up.

Many a Florida Hoom ld Will
Find Them So.

To have the paias and ache of a
bad back removed; to be- etirly free
from annoying, daggeroua riawry dis.
orders is enough to aske any Waney
sufferer grattrtl. To tell how this
great change can be beroht about
will prove comforting words to hun
dreds of Florida reader.
A. Oertg, aeaman,. ot 411 L. street
Pensacola, Flha tells hb W do It. He
says: "From y experts with
Doan's Kidney Pbl I an sr ongl
recommend them to anyone to e
of a good z lelne for the k nys.
Kidney oomPtlnt and b-aa
caused me sauitng at lantervl Or
years. Th flrt o r eond attack I
did not rind. but a time went by
they grow worse ad at times tld
me up. I oold hardly walk and It
was a dilcult -mt ar to trWlbtaI up
after stoopina, while the kidaney sen
Uona were irregular and umm-tal.
Doa's KIidney Pillsa urged me. Ift
personal experience I know that WLb
remedy can be dpded upon to tan
all the repreeo ta&tIoa made tor It.
For sale by all dealer. PRte 10
oents. Foster -Mlbumrn Co., bafo
New York. sole agents for the United
Remember toe same--oa'ae-ad
take no other.

rendered hip badge. This clash be
tween the mayor and marsal hap
opened In earshot of Carrie and her
large audience, only a block away.
Mrs. Nation finished her le tat, and
held another at night on the veranda
of the Verona Inn. Judging from the
alse of her audiences and the defs,-
strations attending her lectures, he
evidently had the Clearwater people
with her, and the papers of that see
tion say that the mayor la til mal
rooned in a sea of opposltlon.-Time-


Melrose, Feb. 8.-Mrs. O. C. H1e*
band and daughter, Neva, Mrs J.
Williams, and Mlss Nora Mullen, left
Thursday for a visit to the State Itl'
at Tampa.
At the annual business meel of
the Ladles' Literary and Debating S
clety, held on Friday, the follow

His lea of life narrowing daily, omcers were elected: Mrs. IS. L
.haq.Powell, .the .negro Imurderer Caldwell, president; Mra. J. A. RI
alit the last te1m of the lrncuit mel, vicepresident; Mrs. J. W, W I
of Ift. John county was lenten- son, secretary; Mrs. E. J. Whitbdm
'fa to 4 hi, is now lookain forward treasurer. At the next meet4in Mr
lithi bor' to his fate. A keener ap- vo Nossky will read a paper o n
reclfd on I ahis enviable situation Living Past."
Seen Iapressed upon him by the Among those recently arrive, to
eton of ibe o allows In the t Jail apIpd the winter are H. PaS, LhU.
.The windows of the ail 'over- Ohio, and Br0est Wbhtney. "m
the grim scaffold, and Powell. Haven. Conn.
up to a day or two ago. preserve. A number of our citisena have t
sir of Indifference, now realizes cn the advice of the departYe
on&a .ad has written Governor agriculture, and have cut down tha
begging mercy. lie pleads chinaberry tree on or ear their
his sentence be commuted to life lIWmideae thereby detring the
t. saying that he will. If breedlni places of the white ly.
is commuted, devote the Melrose Lodge No. 9, P. .had A.
of his life repenting of his M. conferred the third degree a the
He algo claims that he acted nilht of the 7th .net. A slumber of
tese In slaying John Rogers. brethren from Putnam Hall were pre
colored man. lat summer at ent.
.The evidence at the trial
0 the effect that the murder Simple Remedy fee La .8 PPs
and unprooed.d Pow. La grippe coughs an ~ -a aees
atht the witnesses all pItr-* te frequently dWeelop Ilte pIe
themselves Powell is s#unten d moola. Foley's Hon M Tr set
os February 2,5 only stop. the cosh bot beakI

p tNakto'I visit to Clearwater r, r
llb saae a clash between the aiu-
of that usually quiet and
itte cit y the Gulf It
Iaet Ipon her arrival at Clear
1S- announced that sh e would
b sl0. band stand on one of
To thio declaration of in
eS mayor immediately fAId
mad waited for Carrie'
h city marshal notified her
of the chief executit*
proceeded to the band
*arted oe of her talks
Si-iaclty was the limit
ill'myor, who amsed a war
B I arrest. and ordered the
ploee her under arrvst
irefud to rompl wlth
W 5 and insto-ad wur

strengtbas the s luanp o s a t a w
ont results od be feare Th$ p.
ane Fole's Honey and Tar a--
no harmful drugs sad to n a yell
package. Reofue betbIts. W.
McColum & Co.

Picnio at Reshee
lrhellle rb. 11D-08 0bd0.
Februity 't1i. the young NPOeOPfthi
j'lace f. O.'-it 53 tPa v eryt da A
the creek whfrIe th bh"d a pS u
aud flt t': rid tae s04d0 ed IS

She', lley, t, uS
...,. t* ,CJdatlbs he" m-o

r; 11.1 *. .iol.6 they thumbe
R''~ber tU0eS th
batilom 0 ,~~ia 94812.1

SBrMmo OQuininle"

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ye Bromo OQuinne
m m rem m M wo .M

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n o Twenty VYeWs tand. 0or xf oI w lOW.
legr S.'. f- -e mbi gNW Is 5b go"
qmo busy hW mush pu sea 0.k ameIm a a INsea
Wes hivw WmU dee. t arm*whie ssateln a udst4 #*
rd e b. f a 6WI4 adoeaoht" b"N o~ sma, =r V.
k Owma v.v% saad I um a aW e1dos ra mm *b
a WIN"by""e"w bv wmmIasOby *5tlMONO w Pmemb
rel s &a we bav Iy thi hd s Id h Is th t1de60&L UseW
IM1W 14weme No. OW. swi d bus as be* "A e"k
M4 ts "ho his v~ a y a or Is W4 V%64me! aemeam m
6 b Frai tA Tr w. Ala. t o @"ar 7SOW S.
Iww Salve is s r ago bly oi $be &" O"W
0gve., erom tIe 0 g0160
- Fe 5 W Sed r 'sb e "w L s Itopraied

MUG F~b I -A th I" fer O @*W K &M Iwo Me 6
"Spd by 'b e -MW -I *a -d a WO M "
afetw *0 ftumadda as reaw
me 00 Wie NW iarn. WNWeN a" do bIrn am ss
IooM"b I- assaft do t V" I Iw
Nk.,b &a -01 'am PI ) %No 6mv go "k, saw' 0 10 A
grow an. be a too I' 1@
y Omss4wlidboa 46 pow
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HOMsL The B ft or thel
Rple iii DAmng As Previ, .
ient mtvo As In France.
That asttrw to a iting It t. A
attbot (lo raiLgiW I, stkicle ttisteei I gem | i
to plWo-,av 'Jt Delineator. For
Iasta5e a eWrl I lalth hie lt il MaM. ..
aaehu-etta ody the thaby his no
p lp All of Our Goods Sold Unier Our Personal
Nor is theo r any ape;l. i reason to
Suppose oat tt dto itltion In Maia- ',
oll hu ttsa ters widely from that In
her atmer Stats. She hB a given us
*nirtro a, t the truth nllxut her-
aelf mre f"any tan h vi other. that
Ila all Howevel. le u' allow that L
l *be thirty pe et worse than aU .-- M .
the ren I Sti t will be true that
theree a I tbh.l Unittd States two
amsllto arrtod weo M who have no
child. WINtS IIUOS, B![R f(
We d ~a t the me 'West, as well as I
ta Ite hietlorie at-uhIu abolition of - ---- --.-
the ohmldO Om B1 t vitit to Iowa.
a'mtsdoo 1 ee upon 8 17419 VEST BAT STRET, JAfISOINTIL1, FLA.
te .ft codits -e4ols than two LONG DISTANOC PHONE tlL
Idlsred t a kally aid a declining
pepllatlo Ib threlquiarters of the

This I. owa- *State without a Algets for Pabst Blue Rlbbes) ttied Beer.
tenegMt or a SaLll where the yel. *r.l l Se
tow ra of a a* wlgr owing Is
wortthe reven u the whole city Lewi' 66, Sissy s81lN,
of New Tork. Ule without bablo Menrrlef Sprlo Whlrlkey
--a a ate whrit the homes are
worth More tia g9 thousand dol. -
IM aplege: where h banks hoTd a
lML ef anneW lor every day I---Will *hip YOU
the plr; ad whoe thee I a square
ie of amMliTr or yery ten childrMe 4 nuI tiay Brook.......... N UrSMiaSM Clab. 11 quaet.......
to play-l At th tate we will 1sm 1 rtsSua ro.....s 18 Pmo Neth Ca ro" P Owr
hav peahed tnie from her ause. ( UeM Bod Wi Q W % lo ..
vep4pA aid be et amono the na. 4 Q it IKrwoo,........ 4..10 ltrvrt Corw. 4 *wtrl,.......
uts as the lad o the small family 13 qIuarts 18.00 Lauel Valler Ora, 4 atrts... 4.I
dte ldm A Amggg gBg I
__ tk' I ..-.- u--U _.- .- **.._
o-. 4 0ut k a l e .... 4 0nb fo *0L% OROV I
NN lieated elod Threaten Life. la t at br....... 1 31 6 I
t -onnrws nno.) fok awdim:
[(rr? The Cheo Tribune.) q4urts MoMrll Igpita.. 4.00 4 bottl Cb kLata
"'ot trISe with a cold.' Is oodU 13 ~rt MoseMlet pWra .. .. Wk iW...., M
tIlee tor pndenSt and woman. (Ala eWetto 9 to.) 4 0MMMIW Vrnl 8 tr
H Iay b vital tb A case of a chldd. 4 fM OlM ow............ o *..s. ,".....* *
rebOM dt oo od tilatIo, and dry 4 I I" **t s .**.....***.. to 4*owt W Do Cos ... 4
WHee ltlom sd wthe propew rdTO 41160 bot11e1 W b01NPe4. 4A
SSde al ast IG s. I X athe are a ...i' m O, .............=... d
hitl trlset(W the changeable f Is W .,....
weathrof aw4=5s, btear and apias. be n a Iarsa
Mte Anne a l rtM ail tI PlIN StLINIO WHISKIES Rye or = = too$
MtW 910e w9IV slighbt But the
.ihorv' i 41MW0 b4 ecom seers 41*8*1**5.wsL" s*Uli WrIweuim.
,I M. Sat*. e ablihd ,e= g.S...b..d.... 4O tr.
OtNbfto11 toe 6of( dl|bVtCert o 4 y4 t .......... s. suly Brook, I yema ml......$ 1.4
to t The gmi. U S .............
Debe *MMsp 4*ft psis ,. .5 3'b. 5 ya,.. ..... .... ..

ire ntb w n J ;,, ,C :' parts.. d sto Ma,, ...............l..
of do Is theeso ths a 4. emauts.ad.,d 4g dhN WhitMIte R$e..0e ..a....... a*
Will r at e adult, ts e idlln 11 11 % 101 1 P 9l0......... a

11 t11111te1' 1 Ch 0S17edy. SS2S* sw MM t .t "AW

"-r sto* of 1 pp'i B5 ph 4 pi a i, .......w .. ,iw ,,,.. , a*

seser el to. vsltme Otrs Send for Price List

Ue1 4 Wm a ftsal eV is tebls 4e imi t a V
00002A bemaCHARM WeiNULNss old. a|Ctt AMealt (s|a
J.ly De ln tty ll"c min -.
T toe of Mr. and MN J. ii d I
.-e- wM villevllo.. w -r t e vlleWli M -- .N.. Lis(~"ICI" a"s
SassOo &I" aB lety *W l rl- A WL dA a.dea -M I h.

a a r,_,_e hL: -s Ji~ 055 0. awsee oI- TI I
Alablege Seas In wbLe L t- Virgdito c|^ |*s kJC dJ-A-a a -
mul seu aoulnnm Payed p daalwut 80b t ft a s rn w wm
.h b W e al bolt A so e*.ve R Msetos eWedI1b hrag' ytal Uresgj
ersrveada fompmis0d tell e.ver. Ate lrmo Wele hu prnbfl Dy Dg Tw A8
letys tle thrltvng ebthrb ead mroMs UI w 9bum Ua vag, es i
CKM tih eity |roger h see haMU Ih Seed e-| MH --et
Deras the deaetrI bours, beetiafl be el to asser io shg of *r A I
plO mates was rrdtwed by Mbl- ase see -M*** abase- of asA f
Cora Witotste. to her sreful aAd stUett tlr y betwe thi an4 i
hift -er. whetd wa apprm Afmert. A way tatebea. to a 1

wen.reerve fe 3 to( 10 e'elocrk, ead t jl a h te mate d ttabe
H tos *4- to add that the youag a



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hamuptao were
'l Thomas Uda~itwi a
1Pula~r umil~nmm tk

*v stom
,.wwo in th

mjv1 aw
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wme rt to a hvmt,

0'B^ F yeit. aey. Mr. onIeritia
af t seaontle bru.tsaw

R the amrnoom, oft hs Alt*
t ta to o bme, after

0'J. I oeolmos aid stster, Mrs
.-Masr M in, this city.
CONtty and Mstoer, Miss
~ re Add lo thooe o dty fra Mo
rtogrday. The form" reutr.

kr, Q a Ou-t of Mr. and Mrs. J.

l Mond fand Tar r Owhe
w il pel a few ad Wy at th
ait. M4 om Tsm t thor Mwl
It is o tlearwar There tlm
isf lb tOe t two r pW reJ. W.
A4it .l Aedr Oo, oand Nttko.
Sfyt Monday for Tamps, whoe
W otl *pent a few days t tse
a lr. erom Tamps the wil
to Clearwofte, where thy
St adetr of sofr ead.e t
4A 6 the boites visitors to thto

A. P. D ta ry of Ooasl o, vt
I reret oanthe Th ad Jrolughsa
"roaM. He attin tho iftm-e
IAn fC yI strived foro Jackspovle.

"11 1Wyt It Uo iador oo4

i tea. bel JoaMo Cm ttake er *
l Dan Slmmn, wlred who walu

5 #"a roqt o" the of.ortm"es of
I'- amlornton r sUi. to srrrI har to

Md with l*rhvn. ,nd wili have t
!o s him trial n J waper.
On areou t or the IpM OnrtM Md.
wast a devat Mo"thst.I
Osg tnheeast sviess woe a ~v
.4A by Rev. T. J. Nixm of tehe irt
e Rihodl y will oa.
e. JDoyle to Jackmso rW oemI rl t
SIt. MIl UareO who WM 1r i

Mol fr troetda ir th as tldo. of
;ltor ndrmatlo t thae tlyto Wh M,
(Wb natl. Croe., and dI akg quite
""Ofr. so Is one of rhe neto wi ld
Irnown and mot popular travlinI
d daut othe ateI I
An o Se arrived from Jampr yow
StOrday bhavin come to tahe coare

.1iOie aquot of the authbritie of
$ Mualtoo oanuity. Slamoas Ia Charw
S with slarmany. ,Ad will have to
Sfand hblo rial in Ja1p r,
S On Rsouemt of tae ortda MM d
Wtptor ax pdtUo, the Bea t rd Air

Galevttle tl o JIsouttOeleto rUwhi.e
g ood fo thaeeday tos a date of
Sos at $3.40. TtcU mo a efeb .
rMary 1i sad W uary IT only. r l
Athb n tairmatkhm apply to W. M.

lr. Oad Mrs J. A. Croeby., aM,
RJ I. CIyrhy. and dalItor. MJA
^. Ji"tBCnroNby. have st(arsd to thir
piC '-at aatiuuon. They caa a
gal dety ofa dttadt the hfeal
... t) toM1r. ..-LIfr. Mn .. V,

SDepty terit & A. Otan- of Brt
was w the dtty yrotrdt. Ho ea*
to brtaR & H. OweM. a ya w hlto
'* who was charged wth lr eeari.,

Sanes of Be41 to pay a b- of $
ad cot or ad t@trtd to N .

appal. u the mtu thtt a Maft It-

1. Iwabonc, tor amet yrs a

"adb9asut mmd mo~L, MaIsht
4* GahOvlam MAI but MSO flO t1
OWv Tw Yr whr, he bs NDWI OR
AVp IV O"aa sle a "O




spoMt with' trisd t his elty. Mr.

Stefibers ppt to retrno to Ganes.s
Vei beore rTavi ta she t., *rhbea
his numerous tom N)d L have an op
portuatty ioft te tib.
The ditor of Th Mo p (Ten.)
Tim V writs: "I0 MY opttisi
rolw e ow s a d 'ra IsW the beet
rimrdy far o0e00A. ads amd lang
ttYogb, tad to a wp' persim
ko*wedp role% mtolar aS Tar bs
aooampt mn. prmaPmt eow
.tht Iato been Mtte short of Ware.
loau." Retofu any but ti Soltsne In
the yellow pMkaselu .-. W. (oCollum
I Co.
The teachers' meets of the Sun
day school at the Firt Prebyteria
ohtrdc wMie was hMeld i he eo"
of Mrs. CGe L Dolg, s laeIthsavenue,
L. yesteeay evetalg,was wVl ate
teadedo Md those Ipseat report '
ma dellUtfl aid bqeotaW aoeet.
lagl Theek s are a great help
Sto the oadsfts as they give t
a nptesity of emola together aod
sbltfa suggestion or mutual

4ittp tliia i ash to he cha ge

Wi arm pt a ibe thti tao

esotoetias modest emsmrratv t
Ws"s WinIAe uas'ks las ts m*tl*

ties lU measged alom the moet b.
errattv an earehd itne. by e*
Ibpt bI aI MeA, sad Is deartyI
of its 1 e t a nw" e
SJoUt D. I other of Old Town wasu
the oity tor a few hours yeAtdy.
He Wsu eq meto to Jacavumitl
her n be ha been allied on business
Mr. Letter rooeay obtained per
sitlot to eoodut a ferry aroe the
SuwasmR rive at Old Town. which
will pe of Igret covoeser e to
theo who havt to travel that way.
He prefte t establiHh this ferry
a soaes the water, which has been
tlts hih for the past few weeks,

An EItkli Batkll ame.
As eetting ball came was pulled
of Toeeday atternoon between two
juvensi team, the Semiolee, and
a teat frtt Misn Toebeu's school.
wbhob related Is a onesided victory
for the latter, the Msre belas 1 to 4.
The ftooowng we the lile-up of
the renptctve taeei:
Teh eue-0. Taylor, c; D. nPdrkk.
p; J. Iwas Ib; L Canoa.; 2b;
W. l4ea. m b; R. Manasma U; T. h Mi
ew. rt; It Jarvis, ef; U McDowall. If.
Seatanol-A. Oodwva. ; . Evat.
p; IL Toker. Sb: r. Swanson. 2b; R.
Jesu cf; B. Inmpeon. es; A. Stands.
It: O. Media rt; Q. Moehl*y. 1b


Lew Rts. mad CeoealIent c.heu le
via te Atlutoie Ceast Line
Oae tore jplue s ents. pl4a cents
(tloetd nto damage to arounds. for
the ied trlp tfrm all potts t the
stat TtbHts on a le frm points
uh ai wrt of line draw
-dl Arer. Hawtbera. Galae.
vtia. t1eheale and Paatoha. February
4ih, 1. IL It 18 d n. Souh of the
shbee Itt om al Ieebruary 3. 4.
1. I, I. 13. 14. 14. 1, T. Il. t and :1
AU tickets Iltted to return Pbrary
Pirter to er maanthu thm y raU-
rd a#st r by wa t ag to W. PrA
4 Itvitosalm Pseqr Aet Jah.
BBvrn- Iarlik .

pIftqay Syt b

piad beet% 8L~
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about tn )sv, n M*
as to wbtomi aewr
dUty veil. 8 ih0N
I think I hiGe-boo IldmAW
nihbt wok 0 b.46 b .6I.
ind itle0m0 lram-
hhnh-i Vbt Iii'

dtefr. Ci d tyt lia Ia *9l
to. e elw c*shel14t oew to i
to da the dwtIss"H4 p by 'i i
OMfl as nesDas.I Ipossibl MS.

I selloit the rates of att law-attigMI(

Leeamde '1e is sink oafof the heart, and oontrdb citidsen. Respectfully,
at aoW temeirbn, strenthS and CHA. PINKOBO,.
it.-A a h b l tto eryora of the body.
aA t i th the s tu. i D eppt o tIake this method of annomonlal
4i t" om lBdhmeirof a trr mo- my candidacy for reelecttio as u0 l
Ma4adetA r a1 m ah thAo e sa@Dils1inithbeS tmou y Marshal at the electUn April ll
tib al-FW M ap1*tYod lm pWle" F'TriNt "sOU Dy.- 1901. I have endeavored to to
asa', a pto aaatdeCi Cuhrrlsaa y duty without fear or favor, N
we ou e* Uo ad other Itr Ae I ATAf would appreciate the support of a
TO NAiTIONAL fellow-cttlsoen, promising the u
bt bm aIll to be 1 U Ob AID U LA tendon to the dute of the
w if* So dit o 06. Ithe future a in thp past. Tb ia
m f alAat you for post support and 'tij
Lberietaldter M y our votes at the coming eletto
Sj tw Vuat In us* Rat am,M Very truly,
PBEN T. .NOq. W.,.
A Uth In Tme -
Will MV qb. So will a bottle of Lak Right Quallte.
BAllard's M~abound Syrup always Mrs. Ilx--Mrs. June strikes me a
kept on had save many a spell of being entirely too mascullne to( a wo- C R S COL
ek.es. A sre care tor ooughs, man. Mr. Dix-Yes, indeed. W hy i d l
eolds, broachitls and whoopisg oogh. every time she h an ace or pala W P
Mr. L--, HMt priatn, Arik writes: hbe makes as much fus about It u a RBdler the ahes ad fi
1 e a b of Balltr's Hore man would,-ltlith's Wekly. ... Iells e M
houad Itru~aj my meditele chest, -
sad thank t frethought many tmes.
It ha prevnat many vereo spells DRINK HALF OF ANY OF OUR WINES OR LIQUORS AND *IND THE
6f eol-am" tlold by W. Johaom.

Wise Lm Are MWeed.
rena1Aa., Feb. .-The

br .o9 B n tte G .
wte aa l *ar4 e N ar |I AI
**era at 0 1Lr6 No C

a "a I dl I l I I ,,. .,

mdt t *o v t *raw.. r e s me

eb. 36 37, 639 West Bay St.

Ioel a., IF, l.-1 tar ywas
th last oay fer as etry oaf a. WI
*af S^aym ury wOA oen a t i U 18 Is-
tant. fPor eat Iat, Lre a
tbeti with fll ldsrmaale t hets '
lave mI ad& are i tre r ne.
'Ti makes the met snie J lnl Wl. IN BULK. WNHIKIIn IN OTTL.
0eatet tI the bleary of Rme. Newer Per, l 4 I
belhre ha, thee bme te r eaaW Ftaorida Speeal Rye............ $1.60 Monogram Rye .......... Jas $ L
htr nayor It a oilt eleetlos. Cooeae Rye .................. 2.00 The leader, Pure Rye.... I.SO
.U .Ob 4h-n __ V ^2A % I -

SpeIlal Anneunoesent Rearding the
Don't Pt Off
Until tomorrow what you can do to-
day. If you are suffering from a
torpid liver, or coastipatlon, don't wait
until tomorrow to get help. Buy a
bottle of Herblue and get that liver
working riht. Promptnoes about
health save many slek spells Mrs.
Ida OQrsam. PotIt, Tex., write: "I
used Hebtoe In y t famly for asix
yera, and 1d it do all it elaimn
to do." old by W. M. JohbmOn.

ultan Is Qgamig Over.
aa Prmctaeo, PJFb. 11 .-Cofetor
Stratto received a commuaOleatsa
from Antbasmdor O'Brlem at Tolhbar
mIa to the dect Oat bl ignlIamme,
tUe Naweb. the utan at 11 Malk
re, had left Tolabaisa e tie tmaer
Kere, e Ja It aad d reuskL a
Praru e 6a ieb. 14. He reatood
that the collectr entoid to *be vidlto
t*e oerteerle whk aUe eqemoas
to ttled peremoigg
--- -- -
Te Guard RuOMs facpese.
Paris, le 11 -t e ageu ete4 te
aare" s of UsafassI" aml tdoae
rial eldest will arrve w to ame~
er a wlister ll Ctases, t
the Riviera. TM a e golt be
eaWUlaly smarted b the Pr h p*e.
lire aasi say pianaiet atteno .
aad wll be eertod to Ia i fte No
ftosater by epwal esid .

Fer O' a"v k YeM
W& Wkwft 'w C f Ib

swS ms o mo"mam

roo e ye ................
Paul Jones Rye .............
Belle of Maryland Rye.........
Paul Jones "Old Baker"........
Livingston Rye ...............
Old Giboon Rye ..............
Malt Wbhskey ................


Corn Whiskey.
OM Gearg Cora ............. 1.10
Marlon Cousty N. C. Cora.... 130
Specal N. C. Telow Cor..... .10
Ol Pilot Monmataa or....... x60
GolM BeMa I1 per oast Co
Double Samped .. ... S.

Domestic Holland .............. 2.00
BIde Brnd Oi .............. .
nprn Pn"Maw Per Ga
KoYHm. Clab .......... ..... U
OMld I tuekyRye ............ &GO

Keytone Club ..........$M 1 $.75
a r ............... U
Oientar ........... 4. .
IOM i ae#



I .

Ol Crow Rye ......... 8.758 I
Monogram Rye .......... .75 1
Private Stock Rye........ 4.30 1
Wilson Whiskey ......... 440 _a
Belle of Marylad ........ 4.40 13.
Paul Jonee, Four Star.... 4.40 L U
LUvingato Rye .......... 4.1
Old Oscar Pepper Bowrboa 4. 0 IJ
Jaa. Pepper Bo4rbo.... 4j
Canadisl Club ........... 4.50 1
Mt. Verso Rye.......... L*, U1
Der speitl s eotch... 4j, I*
Kiun WUla aScotch.... ?7 *
Dry's Malt w tHy ..... 4. 1u 4
Cuad Malt ............. AL
Booth' Tom Gi ........ 8.
Gordo 's nulih Dry Oh.. .
Oweva Ho llad Ola....., U r
Plmoth .. ........... 3.75 MI
mperjor nBiu ..... 5 t8oO '
Old Apple Bra......... &
Old P adi krm........ R.. .

lsedo Deok Jamol&an 3
On Phphate sp .........
lock am .... ,Ua "-
'"" a

If ye duken to peWr the Sopesroan any cc ow an amy Of w

t 4 to
1 4 s W ........... .. uw 4 parts
...ii... ...... ....

Ohcms. Burmtte &
moo ___ & a.m bu



-~Y' ~



at Port Hood,

IF i I*o IJ.-Fur.
i1 coal miners
Mre crushetd to
Of an explosion in
laof the Port Hood
7 and Coal company.
Splosion was due to
O gun powder remains
S-by a corner's Jury.
t occurred about 7:3u
,s, eoon after the day's
biJ eagmn. The explosion was
t h lvele, and the six miners
S leaders were buried under
Ot sa coal that were locsaned
Seo erpoloon.
IVL tlesttly every man of the 300 mi.
-bblored In the pit volunteerepi
sfeout duty. As the rescuing par.
1, Opso ad into the mine no gas
.s nor wr there any evldenc.
Aftw amp, and as a result the
work was facilitated.
W' l th* exception of the four Bul.
Sloaders all the victims were
Jves of this place and were de-
Ldoants of the Highland Scotchm en
,,rh OSetUed Cape Breton. All were
kown and the scenes at the
annie4 when the bodies were
thnlght, one by one, to the surface.
wea distressing.
The property damage was alight.


Misunderstandlng About Hore Trads
Leads to Fatal Results.
SCommero Ga., Feb. 10.-As a re-
Ialt of a flft at Hix. six mile east
of this pltao, In adlson county, on
1Th1mrm evenln, one man is dead
Oad other may die.
The details a reported here are as
follro: Nat Bone and his son, Lem,
smt J. H I. rtin at a country
store. There had been some misun.
derstta4nd about a bore trade. The
matter was brought up between Mr.
sone a Mr. Martin, when a quaro
Itp eAMoW. nnilafly the two engsaed
tIn a a t.
Dqrti t W ht It s maid that Mar-
tin atrack lon 'wlth a Iron wedge,
Wberenpo Lem Bone cane to the rea
one of i fA other, drew his pistol aad
r at Marti.n, but Instead of bht*
ti n Martin the ball str~a his father
si the ad and ploulhed Its way
Stmou h the nti, t, from the roult of
,which he dibd In a few hours.
L. a lone red Mt Martin the o -
1 tl e, o 4 e b6 tl rBnte4 the

' that eL, and I io s wte N oeds-
Mart n at Boa are ai nrhbor, ad
are both about dlty years of ase.


Ca I hel 9wrin Is lanterviewed on
Prelribtlen Questlon.
Sew Odtsas, La., Feb. 10.-Car-
aal Olhemra. In an interview'on pro-
tJI tNo. pbilHtid Saturday, says:
ap persaded that It is practlal-
llpsibsle to put prohblttion Into
B~la ay large cuaunalty and
elasMI therefore to promote
is to limit the number of
b high liUcese. I would he
t cInflcting svere punlih
psa rletore of saloons who vi.
:h l law. In the frst l n.nre.
ithe second violation, I wruldl
the license altogether.
G estry places I woul4 nuggPrt
pUst aon an excellent stear.K fr
OirsftiIO of Intemperance. If. In
4 '*^ *^ ^- .A L .. .d. ,.* ... r

Wilr W
tUOOB HAR31S r1 l

With ftbs eon Looks Ulipa Pae of
Dead Father.
' Jackson. Ky., Peb. II.-Beac a
Hargis, who abot and killed his fath.
br, Judge Jam.es Hargts. om Thure.
day,. was permitted to stand by the
cofin and look at the face of the
Turning his head away with smot-
ered sobs. the son knelt by the body
and nmirmured: "Lord have mercy."
Wbhie he was kneellin his mother
came into the room and knelt by his
They remained for only a short
time, when the son returned to the
al. He did not attend the funeral.
Many friends and relatives of JudGe
Hargis came to Jackson for the tnerO.
al. A lae erowd from the country
district also gathered here.


Mrs. ThIw I d In Having Hu,
band Reev e from Matewan.
F'Ihktll Ladlag, N. Y., Feb. 10-
With the purpose of sekins an asy-
lam more coagenlal to Harry Thaw
than the Matteawan State hospital.
where be is now under obervattoe,
Mrs. Belyn Neblit Thaw and Daliel
O'Rely, one of Thqw's counsel, wUil
jlapect the nlane asylum In Pough-
Mrs. 'Thaw aad Lawyw O'RMIIy via
Cited Thaw Priday when the sontea.
plated visit to Poughkeupsl was die.
cuased. Joatah Thaw was also a
cller ca his brother.

To Son Artelan Wells.
Columbus, Ga., Feb. 10.-The city
council haa oeno armed a contract en
tered luto between the board of wuar
comnialonern and the Hudson w a
grineenn and Contracting comply, of
New York, under which the compf
ny agrees to bore for the city of Oo
lumbus artestan wells that will yield
6,000,0 gallons artesian water daily.
The contract price Is $S3.000.

This May Interest You.
No one Is Immune from kidney trou-
ble, so Just remember that Foleky*
Kidney Cure will stop the Irregular
Cities and cure any case of kidney and
bladder trouble that is not beyond the
reach of medicine.-J. W. McCollum
A Co.
Q oted to Propoeed Pbnolon.
Waco, Tax., Feb. 10.-Patrick
Prma* eamp of Cotnederate Veterea
ft tt al tty has peaNe a resowli
stro ly ob)jeetng to solcitllagl
lovermeat for persons for coadar
ate holders. There was some oppw
littoB but the resolutilo previled.
Many eamps Ia Texa are reported
be opposed to the proposed perisee.
Owes" le4 frem Plames.
Bridgeport. Coon.. Feb. 10.-OGult
of the Oulnaird hotel here, itaelding
more tha a scor of members the
Peter Pa opera company, were eoam
pulled to 'lave their room early sat.
urday by a Ore which quickly spread
from the firt to the fourth foor. The
mrI!r:.*' I('s wtas ahbott $5.00. Two
fremen were reverey burned.

1For IU&at ad Iu

.earT t.e y Z .
swa~ure tot7T Bt

~ liqtouor sbol!d not be er:ir" LEGAL DVERIISEMENTL

'M b prbibtioia t- bar rf SNOITIr ()y r AlI'LIATION M tAX
abe violated. had best not tw I V F t-sur l ftrIM s 4OF CUAFM
tm a vio"A lation!n JasWI OW. IAWAIf rWI UA)DA.
"MM dt W 1.1104 to he breby g"0. 1505 N1S.
__-piFbWAIr 0alk~t CThi Is C
~~S thm ataw r 4 Me airoI f JS.A
Po- ieUsl Cooph RemeOdy it )3oa beft*4%&W `#rmII I M 5r.8%a
1 =4dhgo-Arw'sforW d" t
Ih* IO.!OqjL1br rdear-FI VV4~
W*sbr ChOambrIaln's Coug G7erhua r"" lot'!AS. rt t
.- Be So9myotber for our children. IS' 1 -1 S11 I4 'f I PIS.. 3.
j 3. 1Woodbury of Twinning r%.AS" .z
t st Woubb,", 1.117ZI Or CFAJSCU 1* 'S U*
NlI N oalso done the work for aL h Law A
U ~ ess and croup. andd w e ,, t 'o.1rb4 VWkrdM do
:-- In recommending A o. :eLd.k ,i I"'-
'Nimor-os r 0,,Y
A &am Co.,
V'w~aldrggits Dead t'r WirsN os..
V Vs. 0 PL
e-hrsant Dea d --
Aft.. rob. -0-A. qIfr1'; ATIK)V FM VAS

wo o for y a :,a& 1 pes 4V1

Wegtlaea. died 'Fbr'dh?
Ueaiels. Tripe to e
I him reii sad hW
t It Ci.t wOrkii4
w etthl a fcw .4.,, o

-. .-
&M pain aorded

"-L. -'u bmsb beet

t Ap A' L W
a"i co#'1 Av*f Of r- ~*Mbo .ef
Idlowd -* I .. t, I&5 4to. e isw ld
e,09 I ft driII '''

with m **Te 1 of
W s oce 'i'* -."asla
w nfon as
t'Sc~5 u'* -" i.- ate Lau a ~ ~
:~ r A' UP '~ i
&M be
Pd .;Md4 brvC'xI'

DeV DlS'S. MoJHRle,

00o5 over Glnee \,:tUo uuil Hank.
phone 200.



O.ms, ever Detfa &Co'r& BWa
bseo Iam almvilie, IFa.

T. 3uls M, eL,




on". Is flagman. Blook.



0 0

noon U o'CL r* "1 '09P~
hr f dr orale. 314ff

AMd lollesr In Equiti
~' neingo an~ro d Ge..n
stlfhae~ee. I.... mro premmib
atrsmied Be. oor zid aob.' tel
eM..; *UUS I FiAuiaA


I&os W. rt7IMuo 1=




an VON

tkw a"II

"ka. e~w oaises'W. MIssaI1' hen.


Aobvses esesy Iss et" 6~e
aa.bas 9d6 mlee sIlossW

pleYassaw mills, $*75A00 Mert
bt 84W mewapaee ad pm
San. smet o01 01. 6Wn.
mot r" 0 6 or*~ic,
sagas pesesee. p~ea s p~iemsis.~
nn, i~l oil lOMro
am, aIM allk knd. 1egaV

WW~uI& tb County hill


-~. -
.D'Ot tFt8.&ZLL~a#GS ErAJCH 4
Jacksonville arnd Now York,
CarUn#aasCHOLHRLItN F, C., both ways.

Finest StReambpis i nt Cs datwiw Sem


New England and Southern
Frlisght Serie, Blet*a JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDEIMO, and All traen Points.
CallIng at Charlesson both way.


doothbound ...........................rom Lewl' Wistr, Betes
Northbound ... ......rom foot of W.shln(oa to Ja sUvlhe '

Clvs St. John Riaver U
Between JACKICONVII.L. sLa Q4yfl NODn
doi'ping as Palatkai, Astor. Bemfort (Delaad),and lateNrn alte L t18M
oe 8t. Jobe Rlvr.
are appolosrd to lail as follows: Le JAc-TeaEs 11 whaily axap
betutdays, at 8:80 p, a. RIraIlDn leav eai M eTdly
oro*pt BStndaie, it 10tw0 m.
... '- -
tI. U IBg
LArvo :o p. m ................Jaeo so ville o .............D Slt
Leave 9:00p m ................. .Palatks .................. 1640
eave 3:00 a. m .............. ..... A t .......,........ 4i:WI
Leav ....................er ford (D. land).......... t 4 n.
Due 9:00 a. Wm................. ford............. .. :.1 r :e 1 :0L
Due 10:30 a. m..d ............tptr ......,, ..l. l 1Wa.G
Passeger and Tloket OftHI 118 WIot kIy Stree JlaJshase4fl
H. H. RAYMOND, VYcePreldent and Genal ManageW New TOtL
H. B. MAYNARD. r. T. M. A. 0. HAGURT., 0 A,.
Pti 80, N. R., New York. Pier 8, N. I3, New Tort
L. 8.'BCROBLN, C. A.. r.F. IONMONOMRI A. 0. F. A.
Imeburg, Fla. JaallavUllls nl
L. D. JONS.I T. r. A.. JOHN PENDBLm T. P. A.
Jatckmavpol, ra, Pi r I t., New TWrk
.. P. LOVIBL As eot Juraemukonlt
6l" O"MI PIer l, mNor.th River. New Tat.

T, 7I

FayoI 01l


Lightest UitHt ligtos e losing The
Champlo Speed Wrteo of the Wwt
gee 4 rnh.lao. eUe irN.sholw t
en Io (alnevllle othan say their msblln,

....For Sale by....

B. C. DAVIS & CO., JCkul*tIolk F








North, Suli, Eaht mid O

Through Pullman Sorvioe on All Thia.'

Consult the "Purple Folder"

For &eWtled oircmatiogh, wb uh.I rat" anti re
atiomon, meotx nmrwo TItket Agent,
ortWrfit or wal on

lhnk" A@6tw
AdtoodC CmY Urn.,


I)lVN*hon Paw.
Atltude 0s


opt= -,l;
V eMmr~




San of w was in the city ye
-" "-"B'- WE HAY "M
tDr. MRe of Bronson was among the
prominent visitors to Gainesville yes-
,, ., i terday. "
i, tt O tt/lniw a t Chas. R. Eddy of Orange Height A P Capital tk t....................... 100,000.00
Sred by 6f. ,0r t was a business visitor to this city yes- Earned lrplas sad PreAts ................ ,00.00
Yesterday. aReareM more than ......................... 660,9 00
PERSONAL ANO. C00lAL ITSMS If you never shouldered a pig shoul- Ildhidal and Baak Deposits average..... .. 180,00 00
dor, try t. Only 11% cents pound. UaMled Stae Bpat............. ......... 166,00.00
hThe MyadL NNmber of Stiekho ders ..................... 7
What Has H WM as is What isag I
Golng to rt Surveyor .J. W. Patton spent yester- Nember st Deposors ........ ................ 5
day In the 'vicinity of Arredondo on
,egrph:o plVA ne May professional business.
NewF > Rr" Msyiu M *f:tl f m era bT. Jeanings Cone, the lumber manu- W 11 1ln14k of M my ag 1 6 MW 6 t w ldol
ShA. iAessa to 49- facturer of .pegh, was trans. i mrlr ctins.
are the entrances to busimns l this city yesterday.
a, rnetured from a ilve hbtdred nice sweet oranges, N dia fj C apt l to y m. why t i M a i re fIm
of, ter Crack Is In I NbMUI.WN K at I reeldr., West Union street ll0 huim?
0 i.lmt to frload4 W. B. Phirtr has returned from
warts for Justioea of the And the lucky men and wo- Grove Park. where he ha been look- aie national a
Ifor ae at this office. men who enter its portals are ins after his naval stores interests. -ail S i 1 R K
W ui X Coast oysters received t who We havfj a few half dinner sets-l
s o t osL y r v they who see the shortest cut frytwo ih we will clo
uree It. mit of ean WAt a to Independence. Don't for- out at actual cost. Saunders & Earle. "O. the Corner
nesw vTisito to this city yesterday. get tlht,, among other creden- C. A. W. Thomas left Monday for
Sps only i 1 and 20c ialp presented to an empl o ints in the West End, where he ill
r's P t and Grocery S e presented to an employ-remain for the next few days on bust.
$~t ~1' frit and Grofer SBtore. er, the sure winning one is no.C A & CO
Hartman of Paradise BROKERS a
visitor to this city yesterday the Bank Book. So don't de- Full line fncy groceries, fresh
4M.,U. Manning and L. A. oGeser lay--bring along your doll cars'kes and crockery. Pay cash and
n nd L. A. eer l a your dollars lget the five per cent refund check.
returned from a usines trip to an openan account. The Magnet. b D
aio Edith o Shawl o-fdO Alach a i Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
special sale on china. Ten per cent
.,.. o ^. The Dutton Bank o:'". ou t s
4belO city on a visit to her aunt, Mrs. disUount. e what you need and BO)h Ph O ET
i:.W Wolfe. come early. The Magnet.
,' 1. Cato of Al ahs and J. R. Gainesville, Fla. come early Thdee c e wer J. Manse's St South Side Squar
*00V6 of_ tw~r were trading inW r'raaty and mortgage deeds, chat-
altpburs of IOroseo were trad ing In tel mortgages and labor contracts for
ti ty ynterday.e If you use ham. get the best for ale at this office, Price 50 cents per Branch Offices: Tallahassee, Lake City, Live Oak,
*. MNrs. Cha. Wilt of fort Oeorge 14 cents at The Maunet. dosen, or $2 per hundred.
Ia the city, a S t of her sister. Chas. Burnett of Jacksonville was a Miss Will Wooldridge of Tmpa, Madison, St. Augustine, Gainesville.
Mo. IL If. Wbfaes. vlaltor to this city yesterday.
S o. Wl goes. voisitof r to this clty yesterdhe ay, who has for the past few days been Main Office: 16 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Florida
et 0 10 Ole0son and two scops of F. 8. Curl of Archer was a business the guest of Mlss Lucille Colclough,
r0lky Point were among those who visitor to this city yesterday. departed yesterday for her home.
iqiet yesterday In this city. Pure Jersey cream-any quantity. John Acree and W. L. Jackson, two
i A'' McGriff, a druggist of Mica- Pine Grove Dairy; 'phone 489. well-known citiens of Archer, are In
."Y, spent yesterday In this city on IBananas only 10, 15 and 20c down the city, having been summoned as
bUlaeals and pleasure combined, at Reeder's store, West Union street. Jurors at the special term of the cir-
SMr. #ad Mrs. P. H. seeman left Best hams, 14 cents pound. Come cult court. "
gtoWeday for 'Nlaps, whore they will early. Only few more. The Magnet. The regular monthly meeting of the
S. a ftw days at the tate Pair. Pink 'and gold and white and sold Earnest Workers' Society of the Pirrt In all our stock we know of nothing that oflk 0 wie a
U1r.. and Mrs. W. B. Crown and English wan, In tea and dinner sets. Presbyterlan church will be held at range for selection a our showing of stick pins. No master
S' O uhtre of Rooky Point spent Man*- Bunder 6 Marle. 'phone 18. the home of Mrs. Annie J. Brown, what your taste may be whether you like plain, medium or
W o Ga Oiealevlle, lg ets of friends. Jams wI al a wellknown l Wet Main street N.. at 3 o clock this elaborate effects you will nd one here that will, believe,
James T. Swindal. a well-known citla n.* at kc a ll attnd North JUST SUITr. be daintiept dess such as ena" ed flower
3. ftoa hoa gone to High son and liveryman of Newbery, was afternoon, at which a full attendance orth JUith diamond center, l K-oncly 0. e e
SI Us and Alashus on baunesaa, ad tranacting business in this city yew i desired. Side-
St. Ilaply Wonderful the way Blue Rib. one living In hesville or vicinity Square AmL.p Ce S8HIT H w
Mo' w la Vabtn t navalst stores boo Plavoring 1atraot have fown in who Intends doft uny bulldln In the
sad lumbe mamaetrer of favor with housekeepers. The reason? near future should order their lumber
thAer, wa a bmadbo visitor to this eat oev md. at onse. or the next thirty days Captain A. Paul, special apent of Inm mT
tY resterda .W. MeArthur, a prominent naval the Book Lumber Coapay will give the United State land offloe, ha
d r ~ 01 84 id W9n.t M ur. aaspecia terms Weore moving their
S' Oeat eaville 5 and KCent Store store operator of Mootrook, was tms before movin hei one to Tampa, having been summon-
i W alldl The Magn l Be at- the pcity yAeday.m to is mill fu tha r from town. When oordl ed to attend the seeste of the United
I te thee al d Tme the M again s e manae ioft etay. M v A5 drees P. 0. Box 13S, or all Sttes court. R m
SQ o and Nes the bargalns of- manager orf ta neklvI Naval ll k's residence over East Florida -- -------- T A
ted. The aut. a omanpaey. Bock Lumber Company. Addtional horrl Items on Pap I
S J. A. Masltsby. the brick manufao. Rev. J. N. Thompson. the popular Godwin of Prarf eld, who, A it to
srer of Campville. who also ha co divie of Island Grove. was is the with his wife and baby. have ben on
igabl interests here, waa a bul city yesterday. He waa en route to a visit to this city for the past two
les victor to this city yesterday. Newbery, where he will fill a regular or three days, eests of Mr. and Mrs. Not "the oldest bank the city" but
Mr. and Mrs Clay Bullard of Key- appolatet D. B. Godwin. attended the meeting g s"* no h -e ol~ or utabr iho
Sa, N. c.. are In the city, guests of Another carload of Be bananas Just of the naval stores operators yester.- -- aenmen, s chlden.
Sforaer's brother. W. V. null arrived, and will e sold cheap. All day. Mr. Godwin had his name en-. n at chl is .
SMr. Batllard is agent for the Seaboard four places, Opera House block, 10 rolled on the subscription list of The 5 C ts r Line O YSTERThe oo
r le at Keyer. West Maln street 8.. f4 Weat Maln Sun. as he said he desired to keep nt.l.
-,- street N., and West Union street listed on the happenlngsanf the counn Each InsertUon, but no adverUse- W, CS ,
S George & FrancIso. ty, and rallied that the most Messrs. Remlbrt Hill and McNair, festive way to do so was through this words make a line; no fractional lines, DRIPPeaD COPPrL
AmwPAI CAIL !r manufacturers of Fernan- paper every word over each six counting as Regular Mels Trading Tahket.
,hve rtured to their home. --........... .......... an additional line. CASH in advance We not promise th
a ..tewhp brief business tri, to this city, must accompany all orders for Inaser- nothing, hut nIo you the et
, They are relatives of H (. Rembert RA tions In this column, possible i.t a nramonable price.
S tChs of this city, and In connetlon with DO CAFE -- -- ----- Sil auppei r parties ervd a.
U their business had th pleasure of FOR SALL short notice epomlble Everythi rod l
$S M r a aa s aspending the day with him. '. in teson. Open early and clAoe Ac."
hCaptain J. W. latanding has return. Sed from brief vlalt to his friends, n ,eanea bhe ku .." writer ribboa ftor hlaal work at

0 ho 1'niontown, ft., party, who are' ____man_011100.
Thiamplg at fhaer. Captain Illand.
Steel Itligo is adoptedd by Inl says the party is "'flaed up" In fine rE S--., Wt.rn FO NT.
I eyon't the 8ta8ulltrd shaMpl and are thoroughly enjoying CliI---Any kind I can 4't. F*'RNISHED ROOMS for rent. Apply
Slife at their camp. They have been If yo want anything els,. al it's to Mrs. W. J. Hunter, 400 West
go. 1tint Il rou aro inl annual vltars to t this action for .e. in town, I'll rt t for yp. Mechaaie street.
n It'" it (;ai Ville imeg, o >ral Uyr..yt. )-o, ,N.v, Bois ..
and v11t a iilg ilrit&ii(c of ". leivd*rwon. who ouns a hand By ill %my, yol van Nw-t A Iapp ato 30T-i Sveao Sheet i
id nt nt shingl iitance of orchard at Aro. but ho -fr MI r 25c ut Ay t Bo i t
A, can of thLmfiLl actiin hoosm* gwio. wamcs store or m
K Case of ti tMlfttiditetOR }M ito now rldntag in this rity. exiwtt to wares store or se sv' ru *e
ever Wl.tit known. lave this nmrnin for his orchard. i ua.tiy a quality iart. FOR RENT--Two new hoa se ao c
where be will look after his Interests I -
for t*e mt two or thre dajysM. if yr i a", particular jaiht how Plete. with bath and sewerage. in
for thae neat two or thr i bd Mr. r fked, know % lut hrt of city. Also. ome six-root
.LULT ILUISam" 1 lRMIa ..w. ." a rir ,,-,ea to ti) kmos four bl ockts from sQu mar. -Ap
Sexpe e ce.t and ha witn er to . voy Ii . l
Uarticles fr It preem of inactial
rvakn to the borticulturist .
and aru tu. IN^I in opera- JA P u.HAM r CEA. HYDEc Vw. H. E. TAYLOR c^. LE CRAHAH A. CA.
Anir a as im Mrfeit oper Dr. OUa tW ald te dt P W TAYLO (E AHA Am CaM.
01 tio a a htitnan igeulit' has bo here for t oo st f wr days
cau Mnake thenm. Y01o runllwitta for an timortuni to oi, le
*, ,,, Mann-.c FIRST NATIONIAL BAIIK CainMvie, Florid
inablutely iu risk in buy- hs den*a l peirs Ln t ;r- a.,l
inga B "ily Darli'ng Ran- hciIsti East Main stre.Tt. azad ho
Ai ,,ur guarantee g* wNth 6 *W t4. ,n ,eainrr*lal of hi surn. .
t-'vry HR ge sold. state that the furniture has na ar-
in uad Oklr hlr k Sedi beU RI We er U exceed Facilities and MMedxx d
*xurtatd with 111131 IV Gko I. Roger,
&a ,.e ,-kn .Nd l.01 .slnta a .dsl.st ot -COURTEOU.--RELI L We olieit Yo' u inu
HBiirdfri war i nC L"1dViiW Kyi. who F -%a f Mto make
his hobt in Gaullettl fe

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