Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: February 13, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01204
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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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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VOL XXV No
YOL. XXV, No. a l.lA\IESVILLE, FL)RI


CORPSE SAT ON PILOT.

SChurch Goers In an Indiana Town
Witness Orueeomn Sight.
g Carles nad Crown Prince ve, Ind., Fb. ---Th rm
Laid to Rest. i I,,:li,;", a prun ,t local ph,,,
aiain, sitting in in upright pItltlon on
S---- pilo of a C. H. and D. pasenger
IN PANTHEON SEPULCHRES train was the 9tartlinllKghtr whit met
w thE, t;- of nwu.y church 'r?. htr. 1
S' srlnd i r the train wl through tic
Clasing'of One of the Most Tragic In. residince district of the city. The h


*Idents In Portugt'se History At.
tended by a Scene Which Developed
.Almost Into a Disaster.
S sbon', Feb. 12.--Tho buiiea of
Rilng Carlos and C'rowu I'r.nce Luis
P lippe wore Monday laid away be-
said thoae of their ro)ul anceators
n a tae fscred septklc.reb of the P'an-
theon.
The official closing of one of t;oe
imt traglo Incidluts In 'Portuputse
history was atter.ndcl by a season wh'ch
a lost developed into a dl.aater.
A great crowd, numbertin luto the
. thousands, at Ngg'led outside the cathe.
dral of San Vinconte ,so*kiun to eli-
ter and view the bodies behre the
dtbor were finally closed for the cer-


1,11.icuan ha4 a few mniluc.es before
.tarted out tto mnake a countr) call
and was riding in a tvurtnalittl aiton.
Moblfle. Near theI tr a'ks ho h'tricel 'o
atop bis machine when be sik tlm ap-
proa( hing trairii. b~ut 011fc fi lit & oif t ti
Icy mreuns the car tVflc 1It ui taeic
ra1,lRPd tmrwI. whon the ii.n truck
and conmjp:ottoLy deWrno~i.hti it
Dr. M lolcn A-8,4irls m1 l) killtf,
I ol( ok flir t14 a:eI f, the .jimtlt l!'HAw-
fOvu l* 1wi,,it hA oil:%- of injiury
T(4.tIlW,1 4) te .P t "e ly I; 'i grer W1 I
w~n.at thlit sntme erosaing ten iveers
art), %e urhleo to stop I.q ,r~lu un-
til lie lha.! zur. ib 'U)t th!-oe !)twLN.

DISSOLVED INJUNCTION.


: emnoy. BrBrushing back thu pjlico Case of Luckenbach Towing Company
Sand the guard of royal archer, tihey and Engineers' Union.
poured Into the ohurch, a~wepiig Norfiolk. Va., Feih i1 Judgei Me-
everything before them. A panic I.ni)1-.e hae tll led >lie s injunction
Was threatened and the cavuary was obtabnctt in lti. )court amltnili time agu
called out to d.!perse the pushing by tho .Lrcklenlhiach .'m1'wing conima
Sthousads. ny of Drio)klyn. N.. iy whichh the
Women and children were caught in Norfolk Marine lniners'. union, Its
Sthe cruN, and many of them were officers and ineihbers, were restraland
brutied and trampled upon, but no ta- from nt rrferiirr with Its employfton I
talittls hveo been reported. the I.luktlnha'-h tirsl In All effort to
Ceremony of Entombment. bring on an eaginrwr.' strike.


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[DA, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 13. ItOt


PRIMARIES IN OHII


elecati of Delegates to Repat
lica State Convention.


rAFT HAS STRONGEST PULI

is Political Managers A Cnfden
that the Convention, Wtich Assem
bles In March, Will Be P'actically
Unanimous for the War Secrctl.ry.


for t hlit' h im' of tIg'

Au ii -Iivomlfltlt of (),
Ita lift.% !%%,) cl(4ulltltlg *
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In ell, t' 11 iluO)Ivi ioi al
pr'tnriart-,.tii er.' e lltcr f


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mIio directly or to ) tlect .

opimte'it wiid1) lf
in vwo Cietlit lee oni'---Knte Na i
shoiga- mnidtl ll'e *iI~ta f xll
gere art entiitim ly moullIl. de f it,


Atilt. Thlie. OlAcrt
vy ntIin 111)llt1111t14,114
aseeotblee oil Niarmb
that Ilithe' is no vial
Taft elun being cbe'ft'
the tintlona i t l v evn

Cinelunad, 0, Fel
a nTot" In th firI
praselonal dieetrlct


furS 'r., t!'. %%liti
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sad vo"Vc)ltl con.
Tut-,I av went


thmrouh the form of nsal n' dollatea
to the state eoniventloa, but only one


TEN CENTS A WIl-
-- CETSA ,


CLUB MAKES PROTEST.

Den~or Can Amply Accomnnodate the MOB [YNCIEO NIECRO
Crowods at Convention.
Denvoi1, 01'o F tob. 1*1 fte*flu
P tions dt' dllciu o f' ht o First Bad Lively Fight Witl
ulee In ii i i Iiwbiloparp t I rlhr'x
out th at(:o)!ll % to : v:!ioi' i's' a"'' rV t Hit ho ,Soldiers Q(Ardliu Him.

L al'q~ ~~r e.~i I*tCtho e ouelo
that 11 1be I- rn Ow TROOPS AFE OVERPOWERED
t oc jil' l ''ll ., ar n i'i o co
Ilia of 1!.#, 1"'T1\ of I c-11 r rht Negro Was Then Taken from Them,
Deliver l're-. o~i'i~'. m',Yi ti ? Strung to a Telegraph Po:, and Mi&
Y e p v lc i w 6 i / ii it !i IA
lit At polo 0"1. !11 AllIro'l died with Eullets-Two Membere of
eitv 11i''I -,n'. I"If:.'# n% e litMob Wo'unded.
11'l k V.l1 H F !, l
to h1""1, (rlit 1 lo 4. eitli ilall. .t*1 -
t oat J lit hA I oau* t~i 1 '1 l i L I ruuna, a ) ieun w white
t h ai' t iTil~ i iih h oi l l f '' t j t~ o Akie li5U iti 7Il?)i b 4t 4ililit) h eo~ e rA i W (W'k i
Tb. ~a....i 7 '4.' ? 5)t)Ago .. %AfaIt tht i tvttl tho v tilptoty (V
T o r fl,4 ,0i,.ll 11 'j! p.7 I t h e .J a c; '-* a i l 1 1 VII'.L i 4 e tiu e a z ly k 4 4 a
claz;) UI& rolI' itM)t. .( l4t'i A~41ll~ it i~

LLOYD MADE CHAIRMAN. vilthir i l iwi~wna itiodroi~tl'd)&nribof
th" CourIt fhoci ec %%he-re ll wle, toS [love
M~ssusiplan Ctio.'. In pte of h'e trielt fe(Ai I lee A i'i ite uth 1111111
M1811ippomChwn itsp- f a ry ciiijean y f1114 n1 hnpu..'o 'iw ot ,.
Strong Oppo~sition. p.t iA%1414b) iti11141.1flitisinot* 111antwo

Of 1I 111 %Ofi IVt NI til A~ U "~ an fi roldd u tIu ng thlit in 'o e Andel tw o in sa
se' illaiaq utNli''1lj~elIrA'f time' Iai of the he % oite e reuikod .
fili'll1T .ii? Ii i'leclt Ow 14110V(o t "f ii 4' 1Vi 4 jMob Attarck@ this Soldiers.
ti" %efNIr Jii ioto *T .I. No i' %,Al, Plaot rure'C' tN Ie're ithort i aft ocr
is i Ii t rritie Ihie firat 0l11e11l0tof \It*, oortot k ttrain i, IIn C irtttilely otf
h n i 1 c e'rn s, leiwtoll cuir11a ,ttof kberiff P'rei k 4411-411. And iaai4kcr thain
0o n it to' ,f Ade i triattn 41. FI%5l N IV,31 t a rrn e'i *ceroe irtt o f Ih i itio a I lul ta rla .
citiilo ew-iig hsOal jr or.1 i-od Into gecrilce Iiy (i)vvt' nor Nooli
W~'illiuons eaiifl4ltaala, llpipongeae~stuive to Iprortect tibe' nertiic ,frous the mob.
WilliAM It. Itan. Of Neiw j*Aiik, by A Whon t he train stipped at thes depit
1ioto.ofd23 to a4anD4the sheriff sand earort disembarki
It& niu~mae o a~et -0- Iadtr14with She prisoner, the mob surged


When the 4oors eventually were Jludie IMc.ltinc.re ruled that no In-. ticket had been named and Taft delen notd ct alnetbr anol us on 'mrton
eloed to the public the ceremony of junction could lie until violence astln gateg e were chosen. of lepr entatlve P M er 4, of .'n w
e tembmieat was begun. All te min. the plaintiffs. or their property was at. -- --
ers of state were present. The ten:pted by the defendants and that Gov. Jeheom tI Speak. Y ork. wo bad the pruly of Mr
patriarch of ULbon, weatng ponti- members of the engineers' anoon were Mobile, Ala., Feb. 11 -Oovernor Riea. ( th
eal vestmate and asleted by other within t'ir rights In ndeavorint by Johnaon, of Minesota, has been Ina. rJ uslartt l k ar o te
I l ettindkb ocfle4, bleseed the sacra- argunrent or other fair means to have tted to addleM the numbers of the o6o0d .trit of Ilork. wan unan
meat, k eath&ral Sad palace cholr. employees of the palaisffs quit there AlbaIm laldutrtaWl uaiIto at y o r maely eleted. se y the o
thanted the Ubem Me Vad to Ie In- ,, ploymest. autw ooevetUoin he ea May I0 and
ostag of De~ Proeft~le the noft of -- -- .A SWE -- PII PING MAUI.
the crows price wastreanpored be MARKEO POR DEATH. DARING MOVE MADEr.r
Bates double m of aQ e pre L piei M O nider e
by a long pr ess iye 0!id that Carina Found Terrwet Captain Take Out Venel In splte of by Oehtaote Le, iture.
se sbeaers, olytes rad smad i Letter on Infnt Se' Bed. U, Atheitles. Outhrle. Okl.,. Fb. 1.-The lower
iltarlo o the plae. It a Ia e Pertl. Peb. I.-- The M amoral DIj Mobile, Ala., Feb. 1.-- epectal boise Meoney M pue a owplHag
eamser, the body of the kirs was plomatique publehe a maUo ssei ao f~ t i Pwpesk : *M0uym rsIeelIuag botela. IrF y b
oeM to the tomb. tlole deularng tAat the recent report Perhaps the most dbr move evr tel mut be atted with a prlrtdl
Chatting of Sknedlctue. of the essination of tie car be 4 a ad y the msetr of a oreiga e for te e eape, ale.ot kobseth eet b
After absolutlob h een given lad beea baend on tfe finlln by the esat. l was that of Monday rhbe Captai on the ed. ad 1a tIA4 diing rel
e abastiag of tbh besdlctus, t1e Ina, on the bed of her Infant sa, ry r. Oerns of the eamer Delta "No cup. )1 i., vsel or frepwtacle
~ad chab merlain oleaJy swore that letter co talning the announacemet took his vel tru this pert ath. I for fo hallM he ereac vm 1 ler to
te bodies were those of "Our be that both te crar and th aroewit t tht the akoedO ey."
bmye lord and king. his most faithful had behn marked for death by the ter- I by ythe Ialtl *tat ae h al A bllt proving that oear of
bfty, Dos Crloka I.. king of Pm- rorilt oeetv. anlI the discovery l. | o by yth t'n i s red ta i ratio o bll p eel thaol r ookfl or
our prince.InttIatin,@,4Eposted &asnot i ahuwed to w o ra o Who eOIew therlici o b wP
aIS and our prince. Don lAsi mo, at the sane tine of |eieral I>te port inlil b,4n ad bweei given. esatemmta shall be gIllty of a felony
IlMiippe, duke of Braganza 'h b.rrhn nnected with ,fwtri wires The stleur of ithe 'r| i.. wa .isel I '1ij*'t 6 to e rm them three or
Oiutal d enoumnts w're drawn Ip and l r niale- In varlirtlr parts of e upon thr<(. i ,ull trt *c at. ni er lnl 'Ia atwo ywrt Iprnia m t,
ed Ilped sand the key of each cfa- palAr., a' Tiareko* qSe' ip .or pound haath hyrrme.
Swas given over to, the I.l!a-.!. f -- I I tl, fi rl ,r ,ae rc ard ....
UJbn. When the n ffns bmn r' Ilarel STOLE $0.000 WORTH Of JEWC. thegulf ast rTe '. nney general HANOING AT BIRMiNGHAM.
* e tObs, the r 'rt~^e parated at ab hngtos as r Ta iet*4 o, ,4* -.--.
& tihe Patbhn wa. r.ose. Thleves Enter House While Dinner 'rt In ln matter d, o rall m t lS W, hH .
rM lier erreira then pr rx, wlde to Party Was in Progress. rtiaue u tter e artvlre to U, th* towa r ,Whe aed Sen Thritc Respited
Spalace t,| ae!aint liphi Te, F ; --While vael fron m Key Wtet o ts k e *ao f- Pay De Pfeet ty It Leet.
e ?SIeddrcsc ailit 'r"'Ic &cti 'i, lnt I" Aa 1 Cob .3.'1*ar
a. imel that the O: quI .u bad a Inn 'r a'e':) LS rIt pr0rrotmI at the'veei ft rm hey Weal om ake M *e I*rmaa~ Al.M P I Iivlu
that the ~o:)t4 1h"Adr r')pfoht to s ppreteaI the Iminer as else Th*A tb t oe who w. Ntmvnieies
Io aso ded. hrble of Frank i. J i ia, in tVsore V te pAT. ILpoMnt. O hlis 11 W 5. lehteker, Woite
-OW1. P re' of' t,*i rot,e t f'U ,k ',til; re'- -i 1llw 8 W, IluIt ekelg rle.t
J XePLOION DEALS DIATH. 'Ir 'n' seenf of the Tity". Is Mon 10 --0 i rar 7 aftr bele trlr re.
I day r'et 'iers ertar ed e .. i..... .. fed h the Ir1106. rdw e rleeie
^-e MaIer Killed and One Fatally stry w w and *ae wa y1 the awr. wai ahW la the )al 1
IJurd In Kentusky. j)w valued at OO$90,. the pretty Mls S 5 a V etim of 5.gers.. ia ere say, I
C llsty. Ky. Feb lI-Nine ml of a~rrt E I.b. hie wife a4d Le LarM Sew. I Me maeite hbe aSdl S iunlg., I
IS MW. eil.Kd i ne other fatally 4 .htr, nI otes. Ios, ta. e o ta ew I Tok, 18--'lte a- wtnle H*t bgn his spea s the* gele
beya by s eplosin on f g In 4Inthe4 No- I z 4tl In.eeUpte4 byV MiSe 3th.bl' -rep uore by ewrng "rieds, I am here WWe
s a& oioor MeMO O &1"Company at borar *e dir.re' ast beIng ives. M UW se p 05 a w w0 Ota with "asa


on*'ihma3. 1t:lre miles frum oWe
Mi, 210sfy sefteruamn
4 t ThO Is smarl and only U.lfRt
lef t re at work at the time Of the

lm iit was Cau* 107"a ldow
W" 08t miasoff aceuintllat# Pgas
iT 46.4 ae:
3tIt Clook sod J ~Rusk.
b oUt5 ifs aMd Wevewt neagIo.S
WICW t~IFnr. Jobs ryabf. *bit*
of th victimsleav Ina family
The hin mea who ASpd remobed
ft tm fthe shaft Where tiey
ko dew of the gaa
now for Mlatosh Hlers.
W iSr, IM. 12 -Reepreset
UPS ac ll" hs Itruiuc04 a ai61
NNW r the yawest bo 'ho b re
Z JC Ndams. taWe of !he re "cta

~~lldYllr C~o rvieft Ir.U ooa
06 ose a ~wSo tee sun o
I u ur. Manyof* be
an MW mk Is ("hatham. Ub
-II I Ls6 11" ens Tsh TbS Pay
MWb Is b srd W:Utb 0


a reverw I t he oseWn
vetor& Editr Deed. am asrrr Wwo n"t so
Mov ew ', Feb It -JoPa W OI foi- bleab ike wees~an apew
oer i r n 'Y cin k we ttategm I w ma o r she ". aw I ew
ble It. yclskoft at the Ier WSO we A"eeI W W
cftoo y -wv, m v It* aptis. ftervras so"
is iS .tv w cl a.s.. 'k paw *a is t' iw I Is 91163%
*; A sm r iA Ht i P"er With b h M a__
hbvo'oe- 1"A 0 v WfoneD404 t Ue a redW$ to*moo. a ituW
seas 0. I It o t a, Wsea pams aof f tha
O 'beb th m brv o piS" Sm&
So. d isleseer *uMed ma1e off hermibr (;WnKSf)iVW


Sao do CA910 A~t F#P-Od-
P I, N O No I'dois C4
tt;A* ~ '~t. t*e'ast eedOf


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sal flr~. I. '-* pt~'ntq we


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W, .- r$* aflte1.
-d r' t ..er. ewsY,
4 0 ''04 son
"As SIVA$I


&ind~g 001"tn a No~firco hambto-haai
Asht teuseasi. lwo whch flatw were tr e
If used &&4 the soldiers clubbed m
member, of the MoO with gans.
IWu.d Is thi attempt to got the
vepo, the mob rcam esan, MW this
Use secure t W r aet.
P41104 WAS deM 0 110u1 tl, Milo
away. A amber Qo h amb me
a rme 0 6e wa gs Qe ma o
ak* thmhe Asaim of a tdegreo pie.
The wA rMW his boo it
bellet., mVeraI hunor68 e1ie hUw
$Med.
P11romine MMmen In11 4b6.
1%6e IoN b" toiUWbI@ hoto
flre dsyuglubtemsmi1610 1"$ "kI
wagsa. on hesobe aoM d WWOIg.
IM Pandw I100104 84am the ASit
MUIsest tarm*" tor.Is Jala .oa.
sweemt I. t othe me bb hedsof 00
1100% of Ro. twherehe eCal a bY
the tamIto allowdof have .eesrre4
my ?A*time 40 truafr'iM je inis
Married, te. wore over 3.00Euftt
T"e a"b cat the reirsed f q, No
attempt W Oivwies Onlowe* made0 s,
a metInt bhe mob winart s amme,
The Ares attempt Utotake Lb* &*Vo
from the mtWta pfvve4 ftvile, the
on~erv bootleg the mesbern of tho
mob beak with the btits nt ther &4@o
&.4 tahil tsp tlev ter ab to the wart
hiua aIW? "the roeoMit b rO Was
reasked, bnhov*r. the mob ostijtgiy
&,rr4'rn sdalte s.otdRs cad swept
6owe Wspoq theme
left*e WlIhtsaas.. whe ast o
Wtdr tip the w so trhi. W~t
msed ) the Ip's hs bet was peilem
We pevest themonb frem .crryla eat
Its Purpme

111AOY TO Sallot"raw".


108 Wir V aftoteUs No OW bM4 Itel Isd Shee W W il1 6 Afe
MPep had M tl at ehislaoe trtoube. r IWT.
of Oak was l~es by Mte Us I, Urieme#1, Ifth. FetoI-The stier"Fey
A"& Woose caes Al l e sd for I 'wdea %. U I UkOoI e
a aMineu~eJect 1brsse, who WM in
401 Ft 1116 044 go mIo& A"
Awful 08"k ilnt Bawmiill, wtth a refomm1 m46gOW, alsstary
Ib5eS5sefVa. -AlaMob o. P 3A soft. 11aeher. I'qgpetovely. bare &n.
lew u Prom r'as. cal. ig that", SoUsed th"t a 'W'soMhWA lur a
iam. I 4a5 at h 01 heb4. was bar. tow al I uIs ih& mae
A'bif SAIDGW Ma a Mew mlM Uade, I The 1-108iM11114es e5ha bees so
ofa *ea s OIerVe eoiwam Me way, tied ththhe seOftus resF"41htobeels
I4 1" WV *UA 41 Mef & bdy v" bile416t101e0",a"wineas they awe
)erdelot*l th bk aw y. haWM O, M a *1W8"1b b aa life ii
how"red. hO s b U sOw rmay j taw*.a ~tre wll W. U Iftes
s"ee ) awas dftd 10111 1M as e ft N ut ?

-. I Usf t O to be sutdOI WIth t"
-- r C -m~ulIlrgU
OCteeme their oriole


rasw~eivedhtra ~m Oweeiauls ol v5W A b tAiMM Offhe I i
docers ti's. 1k'. hers '", VO 5 gu m-asm o
abskt mthe swes'. Yoa *t wea d Alom fbled81t 00eV"eIwep t. N
the pmsd sets .eth he f~ IAtAUSo 'bypolkas owebrow lw m
95 41 v i ea"& 91 ntW 1 W 7 Igd 4I 6 s u m ld. f
bul W saab i's UI1,~ '~5 CU SAd~ o'~ 'suM t W~ I'

am Treim mset. 4A joet1haverpq msubs.b" tto shoa bom
w adwe waft m Iscbm. 6 ftw to I&W.


ToMa"eu~v..4.weeme. '1
Weapuetg. r" 13 5eufsp
Id -u-- am se bemte he
gInste a mov,-ILst for the w,
tkI 4W a & 4,ertim of b~ ,
lead tfe *A Mrk"g rokfIt 0
LA, haIs .'haosme with #j
sompd ast--b"last ewow~s
d the foduratue


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bem 6000"Of f n'iti. prema&W

*Pos t Oer r ins inslo arrywwo
an, Ase 0reo fhb4 as
Champs to Sevvhefh Seed.


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Name ofmrya Bvokes Appliaw
Among Democr. ts.

W. R. HEARrST'S REPORTED MOVE

It is Said He intends to kHol Hearet
League Covevoutln ti West Be-
tween Datee ef OVir Parties Meet
Inge-4"keer Mooen Worried.
Ssieoal CerNapeMaeee The Dtay su.
Washiaton D. C., Feb. 12.-En-
t helasm obaraotered the discussion
SPrlsdent Rooseelt's recent mea
ap oI the floor of the House of Rep,
, m mOtatlves last week, and at no time
s t the applause greater than when
i" preeiatatlve Hepburn of Iowa de-
SMvred a trongl ulogy of the Pres-
i det From the Democratic side came
-' thuslastl commendation and sel-
Sdo has c h a tribute been paid to
a Republican President by a Demo-
Ut as that spoken by Representa-
Ive Boorke Cockran. During the
eurse of his speech he took occasion
to y some aloe things about Mr.
bryan wllath evoked suoh applause
b r the Democrats that It wa quite
S while before he could proceed. "If
S Mr. Bryan represent the detlrmtna-
H0 to prose maleftoWe for their
a itmse, an If a rlgooua enforcement
a the law should reeit ln congest.
Ag1 the criminal oorts," sald Mr.
ooLku, "thea the plundwers of
m U, O will be given precedent In
be pathway to pritL'q er the pil-
i6rs of pen~sles."


Later In the week the Democratic
S leader, Mr. Willies, made a speech
f y the message along lines preflously
bdlated to him by Mr. Bryan. He
delayed that railroad-rate legislation
oernated with the Democrats; ad
that the Democrats must take issue
rwit the Preident on his recommean
dstion'that the railroads be granted
So power to pool, and with the Preal-
deat's argument that it was useless
to attempt to punish "the men, the
Sfle, the beoina," who violate the law
Io the same of corpoarato authority.
o further Inslated that the Demo.
Sat ould not agre with the Pree
r det on the propoutlon to compel all
S ppratas dotg an In tertate, bust.
am to take out a Fderal linae.
olluntia g on the omaslousm n the
ade' k Mr. Williams emphasaled the
lek of defnte tariff revision reooa.
meedations, saying, ".lth the except.
i t of a little insignlfcant utterance
ahbat putting works of art wood pulp
Asd paper on the free list, he has
Sever raloed his voice against the
vey poison that lies at the heart; of
S our entire system."

There is no little anxiety In Dent.
erati circle in Washington over the
S reports which have reached here from
the West to the effect that William R.
* Mearnt Is perfecting an organisation
and proposes to hold a Hearst League
ovenaton. probably in Indianapolis,
S betwe the Republican and Demo-
arastl National conventone. It Is
asserted that Mr. Hearst has secured
the services of Charles A. Walsh.
S former secretary of the Democratic
National Committ,. and that Mr.
Walsh has employed a number of able
I ettenMapts who are aalstlt him In
the work of orgaliting the Hearst
machine, or party. No definite an.
formattoa can be secured as to the
S purpose of the Hearst movement
S Does Mr. Hearst expect to form a
" third party and nominate himself for
the Presdency? Does h be expect to
develop a strength which will enable
him to dictate tems to the Deoo.
eratle party? Will his movement de-
tract erlouily from the Democratte
vote? These and a hot of other qoes
ttis are being asked by anxlos
D eaocrats who cannot fathom the puar
S oee of the great editor politkllan. It
had been suppo@d that bteause of his
eaxteu ive newsliler properties Mr.
Shearst would not dare to oppose Mr.
Bryan and that may he the cos. but
S hi prEat purpose la the oeorasko
of the utmost eariosity and aniiety.

Senator Stone of Miassuri has bee
making an earnest eort to orga el
the teOitcrats It the Seate so that
they mtght proent an eftlOtve
stltenc to the Aldrich Bl sl ll W
but be bas beo eheematod by the
perstlatt oppoaltit of o Satu
sBaiey and Te'er. sad there is every
prosicrt that the alsaotty wS have


hi


Ths Colo'Wif

"ULY DARLUA" RA1SE

This celebrated Wrought
Steel Range is adopted by
everyone as the Standard
Range. Hundreds are in
use in Gainesville homes,
and not a single instance of
a case o dissatisfaction has
ever been known.


"ULT laMilAS". mM


and are as perfect in opera-
tion as human ingenuity
can make.them. You run
absolutely no risk in buy-
inga "Lily Darling" Range,
as our'guaantee goes with
every Range sold.
CALL AND SEE THiEM


itd Adiware Co.
St - -- .

to eoatnt Itelrt with offering a few
amsndaments whlh might improve
the mMeas seelg theB voted down
by the Republlcas and then permit-
ting the bill to pass the senate. Nor
It is likely that any effective opposi-
tion can be presented In the House.
There are doubtless a majority of the
members of the House who are op-
posed to the bill but the Speaker Is
ftr it and be rules the lower chamber.
Mr. Cannon is himself a banker and a
millionaire and he regards the Al-
drich bill as eminently satisfactory. If
its opponents In the Republican ranks
threaten to show their Indipendence
there wtl be a caucus and every Re-
publican will be whipped Into the line
under the scourge of the party whip.


Speaker Cannon Is much Fo
these days because of the fact
there are certain maguine wi
who have been sent to Washingt
serptinise his political record w
view to ascertaining Ibether he
At man to be elected President.
whispered about In the cloakr
and lobbies of the Capitol that
are some pages In the political
of the speaker which would not
well to print, and some of Mr.
non's closet friends ay that th
and haggard look he has won
oaetly is due to the fact that eI
been told that the "muck-rakers'
close on the trail of certain pag
the record he would be extremely
ry to see In print. However, th
all political gossip.

Mr. Cartnon has assured the
gation of toe National Ianufactu
Assoclatlon that there will be no
commission created this year.
course the speaker is the "stand
candidate of the Republicana. b
sl regarded as a safe prediction
should either Mr. Bryan or Mr.
be elected, the Preeldest would c
special session for tarlf revialon
to April,. ltW.

TO CURB A COLD IN ONh DA
Take LAXATIVE UROMO Qu
Tablet. Dntggl t refund mor
It IAla toe or. B W. OROVrf
ate t Is eano&h boa. t21t

4at Alabama I In S we OGrip
Moaomnery. Ala.. re,. 1I
heavyNleet stomn Is respoel ON
.Opellka, A!e. ae a re"lso of I


wltro the o rW ion that dlrm


bWies hd a wire toe irtas
part eIf lte mornlegct w ore
Utoa. but prn 4d uartable ft
than to n nt)
tb / r II / _- I. ..


ritere
on to
ith a
is a
It is
ooms


u S s Resppointed-A
Doa, Approriately Observed.
High prtins,' Feb. 12.-The many
friends of George Glass are pleased
to learn that he has received from
General HItchcock, Firat Assistant
PostmaStet-Oentral. his reappoint-
ment as postma.,ter of the High
Springs office. .Mr. Glass has held
the office for eleven consecutive years,
and by his accuracy, promptness and
eficmeney ha given universal satis.
faction.
The High Springa public school,
usder the direction of Prof. W. H.
Maln, is this year doing the best work
known t its history. The patrons
are very much gratified over Its con-
dition, and the citizens In general are
delighted with the state of educational
matters In High Springs. The follow-
ing program as rendered on Arbor
day:
Chorus, "Arbor Day," by the school.
Scripture reading and Invocation,
by Rev. 0. E. Thompson.
Reading letter of the State Super.
intendent by the principal, Prof. W.
H. Main.
Piano Solo, "Plantation Melodies"
-Maud Thomas.
Recitation, "The Tree"-Zither
Knight.
Recitation, "An Arbor Day Tree"-
Clementlna LeCount.
Recitation, "The Use of Trees"-
Dolly Adams.
Recitation, "Plant a Tree"-Leona
Rogers.
Vocal Solo, "Somebody Is Waiting
for Yoiu"-Stella Iexley.
Recitation, "To the Pine Tree"-
Mina Sue Rivers.
Discussion, "The Best Way to Im-
prove Our Grounds and Buildings,"
by various patrons.
Chorus. "An Arbor Day Tree," by
the school.


WHAT 18 WRONG?
Many People in Gainesvlle Are Ask.
ing That Question of Late.
Within the last few weeks more io-
ple in Oalnesville than usual have
been complaining of sneezing fits,
tickling in the throat, stoppage of the
nose. coughing spasnis, raising of
mucous, droppings in the throat and
offensive breath, and have asked
themselves: "W'hat In the matter?"
The trouble comes from catarrh.
and unless they take immediate steps
to remedy their condition, the disease
will Increase and spread through the
delicate mucous membrane that lines
the air passages, resulting In chronic
disease.


*1tniwcltbodpf dtaqOsJ th S4 W
e. r tlyhp.Ddeiwp are, hltr odi. j^A^SSB
Poias humor and es fr various soare
mad then this great becomes a oi O ialsei
4nated of a ourishingtquatality ofld. tered i
iaportantactor, regulatingthe qrity td -
with tainted blood from diseased b t. ay ad Scroeta i s i
brm is seue to ao out some time in Ithe Notpnly podmso
as responsible fodrs but wbhenthe tlstiot is a dowa iM.a A
of health, such as weakness, allow opl
eptionas. All blood trouble as a ai YO U
S i sfoudatioa of the trmoim and ftfi

sMta0huM bosomu but
wmsatidh r uds me~b Ml.
(51 riW ?ftkJoftiagpiv ofinIgtlrdIe

da sLe' 8. S.. pd mmmty iiy, ,oi
Scofula, Tetter, anll ueth akin die and adixrdlei als
on the blood as any medical re
lull UWNT flSflC CO., A IWA, .."



_-FLORIDA-


MID.WINTER -EXPIOSTIN


-At JACKSONVILLE--


Now Open Dal'y, 10 a, m. to 11 p. m. Admission 25c; Children 10l

i, .


.. >- ... '
BEACHEY and His AIR.SHIP-Daily Flllhts.'
HORSE SHOW, Feb. 17 to 22-See The Standard
Stock Farm exhibit and 100 other horses on exhibition.
LIVE STOCK SHOW aopns Feb. 22-bee Spring Park Farm exhibit ad
150 other entries. Pet 8tok, Oat, Bird, Poultry, Pigeon and Dog dhow, Feb.
12 to 16. Send in entries.
MANY FLORIDA TRAII, SHOWS-Boltoek's Animas, Iggorate Vll.
large, FMlquo Village and 80 other great shows. Free Fireworks. TeF lree
Acts weekly. Special Railway Exzurtnin Ratt, tiee agents.
--. = ._ -_ I- I- .. I- .. .. I- .... ... J II , ,_11


G.


S.


MERCHANT'& CO.,
Retailers and Jobbers in


Staple and Fancy Groceies,


there At the first symptoms of catarrh.
I life Hyomel should be used. .1. W. McCol. Isi, ltardIsWa dild FrtIllrf.
look lum & Co. sell it uudtr a gmitantee
Can- to refund the purchase Price of $1 SOUTHi 8ID SQUARE, a GAINSVILL2. FLOWI)DA
e old for the complete outfit to anyone who
I re la not satisfied with the results. You Higheos market pries paid for Chickenks. g and other PrtAoee
h as certainly can afford, to u e 13yomfel
under an offer like thlt. (;Gt It now,
" r under an or like thi. et It no A Complee stok of Hal Corn, Oasu Flour, Brn, Mel, Cot4ton 8seod Mal
es of be cure f carr. and R We h handle only the VERY BEST goods at the LOW.
aor. &-T PRrIOS. and suarantoe stisfaehsko alwan.
at Is KILLED IN PISTOL DUEL. -
Pormer. Resident of Griffin Shot to ESTHER 8. JORDAN. W. W. W HAMPT
Ceath at Meridian, Miss.

2 "s: "" JORDAN & COMPANY
dele M. rldn. Mlos.. Feb 11.-In a p!.*j
LO iur' 4iuel here bpw, ,twpn" Opcar i. Hatch.!
tariff er, a frrr.er and iRobert Tsv:or a JORDAN & CO IPANY
Of contractor, the fortLer was killed in
dpat" the lobby of a crow'eM ofmc bulllutld, S U R A N C E
ut It the latter thrric woundt and Jame.a
that Hamm. a -'nk clerk. was ':ithtly !-
Taft Jurea d ,, Taylor's n PORTER B OCK GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
al a J~uerls ar,. *nideredl dangerous .
early The treiblhe was the outrowlti of
tamil) 4dffrirees. -.
lsteber a ifornmerlyv a retstent of Fire, Life and Accident In ah* olds thsa bet
Orftan. Ga t is the sn ,f R. ople
Y. Hatcher, now :ling at that place. 0 % "A wl
SIf "1 vuffArrdt hiblt'.allv frmni cntl-'. "
I atlio Iokuln Regulcts reli.v,,d anud:) I | f 0 *
strengtheed th tk twel.. o t'int the- .
have btun rxuar ,vr - K If Yo A re In ureU
I* l vi. grc-er. ,ullt ur Sprii;ng.. T r rf
t of ---00-_a Cop Itht Beslusble, Have a Polltey Correi
rblh oeveItment Invites Propears. 0 ri t1 U Iltera~hit Lof 'ohl.ey tcnra.t and he Co mpy
Te Wauhlniton "b : -Proposar rPay Losses Promp tl
the have beea Int'ed for the cmelric- 4
t eg uls for a new cable stnem an4 nude a V" A A
d plaater. plans for hl h are ben You Are Assu red
Sr. oamplerte Th'e wNr dlrartmenit wants
rs tr e of :h.., w,.il, C' the Paciic P rbat ao serious lo s e veeoroe yoo wllthot yo uhve i .
Ali cnat for va rtsmlrtrl th'.r If refg e.
w. the wirk'canrot be crne 'here, It is
ona. problkt !ta5( s of the miSe plastm
Irther tbe l.las ie w wi be sot to the Pai (

it 's iftOQ ,jit L, -,rl .At? a;,nd Inn, ra .ms
_..-A. Ale but _ia Coepani bese0 Pls
It I 4. iW. %I .t f h 1, f.** *r br A % 0 C
oaeto esaoy the : btl: .1 .bc boe bl
arceshtpated. 'U.ajstelr W ar.rJ:,irtt
prledcts, pobiewwsa .b'.*wes. mu t be *
daily nremoev f- t:& he y or tbhen all .
be mIsble, ead etrn tts i rouib!:. e. iue. te. llrll lwbd OArG n y U. n I
AyetN Pmsi Ials .:-.t 3 0i' J **, e
ap|


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THE DAILY SUN: OAINEIRLfai


ORI A, PbXUARY itt


HISTORICAL MEETING

OF FINLEY CHAPTER

One of the Most EnjoyA0bl3'.' SUc.
eesfdl F 0urtions of S..oull.

MRS. COOI.Y WAS PRESENT


Wai Guest of Honor, and
Meet Interesting Talk
ltri'oa Llne--Program
Very Interesting.


Delivered a
Along His.
Throughout


One of the most successful social
ftictons ever held in this city was
tL historical meeting of J. J. Fiinlh\
Chapter, United Daughters of the ('on.
edaracy, which was given at the fie-
glat home of Mrs. J. I. Medllin, 2uo;
Mst Main street N., Tuesday evening,
It was a function largely attended
also, as the ladies of the C'hapter and
their friends, and many inrimbers of
Stonewall Camp. I'nited confederate e
Veterans, to whom a special Invitation
Shid been extended, were present. The'
faculty of the University was also well
represented, nlany mcernirs attoinding
with their wives, and the ministers
' of the various churches, with one or
two exceptions, with their wives, were
Present. Owing to ciri(' i.stalce( s over
which tily had no control. in onel
Sor two Insttnces it was imllpossilhl,
for the uinslatry to be present.
Early in the evening thi *le'ga int
home, which is oin. of tlhe nimot at-
tractive In the city, was brilliaiily il.
lumlnated, and the decorationls of rct
and white flowers and nilniature r .'cc,
fo dAera fluLa Uhouwdl tSo ,vnl l.,t d Ilt


vantage under the shaded chanudliers,
The most exquisite U ste was display-
ed in the arrangements of the decora.
tions. The floral decorations were
S\ generously suiplied hi friend. tof the
, 'Chapter throughout the (cit..
S In the receiving lhwi wre tih local
president, Mrs. J. 1. Tayulor. Next to
' 'her was Mrs. R. C. Cooley of Jackson-
k rille, correlpodiigK secretary of tlfe
General Divilion, U. 1). C.: Mrs. John
Chesnut, second vlce-tpresident of the
V.'tate dfvlslon; Mrs. J. I.. Medlin,
Third vice-president of the State dl-
isilon; Mrs. J. L. Kelley. second vice-
president; Mrs. J. M. Rivers, regis
S trar, and Miss Marguerite 8tringfel-
low, recording secretary of J. J. Fin-
ley Chapter, and Mrs. J. D. String-
tellow, direetress of Mildred IA-e
Chapter, Children's Auxiliary.
The program, whitEh, suggestive of
its purpose, was along historical lines.
belg memorial and reminiscences of
the Old South expressed In bong and
tary, and was most adminlrably car
tied out.
After a few brief hbut intrersting
introductory remarks by the presil
4int. Mrs. Cooley, the guest )f honor.
Va presented, and was rec.clved itlh
lhudiaam. Mr. ('ooleyl nma:iI). H \v.rv
Sltreating talk along getr -rl hitr-i
It Umae, chiefly alludlig, ill a it m1t
FjPesive manner, to the errc'(lion of


SPRING

I peni Up Beautiul:y

-he young iiin'- f ims :
turning lightly to th .li'ltt
of love, and thle iuot-'ke'. ,-
er's to holl.s'c ltiii : ;i,1!
new furnisliln g. A!--


Irk mue Stock


TURE


WatIng, Uap, Art l 'eleuar *.,kAi-
Ckotmi emat~
iTumn SocklJM. ,, I'"'r Ic '



Ou r uVW* and tl. pire
icuar.invitud to call Ai
Ow more tat lint- ;acti
fit wm more sutracttV'-


I


I .- ----- ~ - ----..


Gainesville


.WPOtl Offices.



Open Feb. 15


)r. ,(eo. S. Waldo, after
many unaloidable delays,
is ready to open the doors
of his new ofticeset t tile
citizens of (;ainlesv'ille and
vicinity, D. W'. Ildao offers
strictly higlh-gralt ldntal
work at prices far Itlow thle.
usual charges of other re-'
sponsilhle fIentist", vet there(
will not 1li t he slightest
deviaCtic)l froli thle I ligIest


Stanu dia


Iof

011110, 'Of 1ic1tor~i'ii
olbtailtlla'lf. I f


perol'o .s .t'll ytne t(his 011Ss
of (lnltal w\ork (nlinnnot tIe
given at 1l )'. \\'all il 'lc s.
i \'isit to lii- i ie \l will
1''i(lil( comliVin i \4t11 to ithe


Teeth Extracted Absolutely
Without Pami
Vl 've'm t ,' ,Ih. c a. 1 ,1 11 .1y I.- n,-
IIIIn\'vt flr iii i t i t I k\ titll ;i 1 Piar i-
cIe lf pItain



GAINESVILLE DENTAL OFFICES
Sllh i. 1 tl,1 :ll, 1. In. 1 111
Graham Buildilg
.I'a-t M ain '-t I... k \..rtl i n ('l rt


Arlington Iion ltiiii t li. the general
organization of til 1. I. I). C which
ihe described as one of the, noblest
actt the Daughters e' er accounpllshed.
Her remarks were well delivered and
eHll received, at the conclusion of
which she recelled a hearty and ea.
thuulastic ovation.
Following Mrs. ('Coole was an ap-
propriate vocal selection by Mrs. C.
E. Dunham, accompanied on the piano
by Mis Ida Hurkhim. Mrs. Dunham
I I~)lpsessed of a peculiarly sweet
voice, and her services are always Il
demand and generously given at.a-1
clal entertainments, where she adds
much to the pleasure of her friends.
.%lli Ilurkhlin. btwnlgK a talelited music.
clfni Is 1alo In denmiand t atll fuae-
, lloq where' Nlp**'err talent I requlr-
ed., amil Pls Ill ala). glad to aslatt
in rlII wior k Mir IMiliita ial was so
lih':artl! l. ,1 n ei at I h' c(uiclusioti
'li.t -!he' ; (,Iile-'ll'd tpo re~mpo d.
a" !i h l. i i r l1 1 ei, h'*-atii tiul'niu t-
| i.,1 j ,f e! i S 'e lle nh ,'el'l*rCtin,
1o K '. H *
,| r ,:I w a a 'ltalrt$
l '* i .e i e t r of
,' . I I i ..t l-voted
: 'n naimei the
t ,' i i i delivered t ;
: !;I,, i n .tlelcr iner by the
I..r 'n.!'tlnt Mre J. M. TaylOr.
cln n. I *' i.' lwe4t atteetiom
"' 1 9 ".


4 1. ,is- nle,.9f0 able) 5i etum ,


i


and muklcd a part of the rrograim by
singing "Dixie,"
Durlug the owning eleg:nt refresh-
ninita were served by t'' young
Isalie. those scrrviu beinw : 11' clllng
laitly mnmbers of the ("' rtor. Miss
-: u;r'rlte Stringfellql r. :~'I i t'at
11: o 1 \V:'11l r, lie '...y.
.'la.,tll \%;yle an d Alice A .
, .rs. L. P. l IA renc of t ;;( ,e. net-
inII firat vice-pre"40ldnt 0!; "!'- St,at
diltviten, who was invth'il il i (Ii r':-
ter as a lpenet of honor. ts tsnnahle
to be present on aeo it n of fll:ess,
much to the regret of the Cliapiter, hut
she has promised to be *lth tlemu at
a later date.
Mildred Lee Reoeption.
At 4 o'clock V" ;lnesdur' ;Irternloon
Mildred Lee Chapter, th, Auxiliary
Children's association, he'l a1 delight-
ful reception at the ho:ll (f Mrs.
Oeo. K. Broome. Norti Il'lhtsant
street, which was also well attended,
and at which Mrs. Cool, is the
guest of honor.
In the recevling line nt this tune-
tion were Miss Praucnl. M'low:;ll,
president: Miss Eloise l) e,>l,;. i-. irm t
vlce-presldent: Miss rryn -t \\t,.i hi,
second vice-president: Mi Iiii.i litI
ton, recordlig Iwcretary. I' \i. I o.IK
las, corresixmndinig seer, tiL' \N11l
Ellxabeth Taylor, treasure I. I\ ,,r
Kelle.. Ir., reIlntrar.
NMrs. ('cioly, who seeni! tn ipprl'
elate keely her surrol.ilmin,;. i.l
dressed the young people, tI.. c niltn
Daughters and 4ons of \t'. ii, ,iI
their future work and \\.is \-
I wted of then to keep th. I,' if les
alty khldled, and offered i ;.eiiaicn
to memntrs (of Mildred I,,. t th |
member who will send I ,i' April
25 of the Iprets'nt year the lI I hatidit
work l in making the ConFr li ratre It
tie flag,'amue to be deelde.I ii a itcom
Ilnttee.
The afternoon was pass" ,* itn l Uit
enjoy)labtl nnne.r, during \lhltch dI-
licout refreshments were -I,\c d.

BAISEALL TOMORROW.

Unlrersity and High School Teame
Will Centet.
The local airs will ha ailn oplpor-
tunlty of witnleslin the first tbasball
gam dof the season tomorrow after.
noon. when the teams of the Unlver-
alty of lorida and the High SCol
will meet at the pe.kI It is probable
that several of the best players about
town will be added to the High School
team In order to make it a strong as
possible.
The University boys expect to go
to DeLaad for games with Stetso
University on the list and lad, and
are desirous of gettitnl mme good.
hard practice-which the schooll boys
ay they ean 'band" them.
The game will be called at 3 o''clok.
and the admisikm has been played
at the low figure of 1S' and 25 enta.
Another gale will be played on Satur*
day between the lamn teims.

A Otiteh In Time
Will save mine. Ho Ill a bottle uo
Rallard's Horehound Hyrup always
kept on hand save (luimay a spell of
sLckness. A sure cur"r for rough, (
colds, brooaehiti and whiooping nrogh.
Mrs. .- Hot Sprin.' Ark. writc:
"I keep a bottle of I sUard's Hmre.
hound Syrup tn my 1 ,Jdidale he.t.
and thank my faretb'thUIt many thlNe.
It has prevented mani severe speal
of ilekees." old by W'. JobaMso
-4
Valemtle Card Party.
Mrs. J. II. Dell. Jr. etmrtalned a


We Are Now RN* With Ow


FALL and WINTER LIN




Mn's, Wmu's um Clluh'Iu


oi


loth


m ia l


Orders by mll Are Corefull i d Pep)tly Filled.


A CoeamIt Catltsee Cmeeril All 0or Lines WlI o
Seat Fr0 Upos Irquest,



B. H. HLEVY, Bo. & U.,

Sava n A, G.


number of Irleda at her baoe on


re'p...-~-'te' ir.'of vi" CAl KaM W gyeet 0116 8 VaiSlia
'.A- .4 p '11l40*hA41f a*o la gr4P atny miafy arternos. whik
*.~.- ce.-rnian by was v" aSUe@%d asj1 ias M0lg
e .. Inst Karl igadd rgstiy aesv.'1
5'.. Vac~ \. lufamity Ther we" eO~hl cabl0s. Whst
teA~ a W5#DiS(waa the gammeMaWd Ita a splaed vu
Is I Ow-(M i the a ofuInt dea" of Mtt Ad t
*- '.I. la Sdme~as the pris S)
*4i) oil hgifdts 4 d b wee awarded o I"as. 'so. (a
1Ae..4 L) those og whbe a for bm WO h Mn
1, the lindwiie;o lirfsis i of OOUneM S
of %% AY .firms, salad -. s. were orv. aed
jh wa'-Mra ew wee S BW",e en I5
i. ('row a n smdeth ev wursosh of ee of W
1 '.:e.- iaMthff5 the lidnt7.
Oit ope S.If t11111s 1e111e 0 O INsNW'f111 dolmil
I. vle, f".to Iared on-
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The Kind YoU Rave AwrMy B anght, aMd which has bm -
In ose fbr over 80 yau, tha borwe the slgnatuf o '.
Sand has been made under his pr e
oalel pawo leon lsnce its itnf I
A low eM6 to deceive you n thk
All Couantertblta, Itataw iaRg o an*juaas.ood*"are bt
Uxperlmento thattrile with ad eadigr them b alt"
InamutL ad CUhmrama-fRt e ta. airt IMpmtI ea.

What Is CASTORIA
OMCstwi a I hamnlems smbwfe br Castor Oil, P ,
gorla, Dlrop amd Soothing SBydnr. It is P1aAMMt IS
eeOtans neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nnargoe
tabstane. Its age is Its guarnatee. It destroys WVml
mad ala)a Feverikhoues It cares Diarrhwma Mad Wid
Colic. It relleves Teething Trouhles, eures (onoatiupon
and Fiatulenecy. It aMitmillat the Fomd, regauatm the
Stomwah and ~awols, giving healthy and natural aleep.
The Chbldren's Panaco,-The Mother's Frienda

GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

Bears the I(pture of






The lind You Haye Always Bought
In Use For Over 80 Years.


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~beItu*I*W SiIt toBurm Ta tnurs goes Into
bbet eli d'bmor a nudIm one o the blood-001
toof the soldier t e e
Thel m Iod aand er atrouu Is
ibi- sad em wstc fut
Warr add ola vabou
of bssI R *it Death Itself. &PP W
,met00pwoVratmwed it Vnolansedd4WY-.f
t*"Aw-) to Wei% O'Has MIs The % 1b
isK 1 *owe~s tewo.. ik m0021
OW6114t, Na. W lh wth nuses w ai .at
oat. .% W ows ies rf NE tb. "di .1 l t r. ith tMYomu iz
auone, Ito
"*bW be w '.4 0000,1 las aest that Other I
beam tir rnripron"ped oIs Jt gThm at omtl amels

is thieI isAti bfreO '][On transfer wth battle 1W
*0 Ob"ts hs d wer bw. "? yourself. u w ile me ON
/]lt~~~b~rcime at nnhe tIci~~~a urmoitaLa tbobi rlou-j
AL-" IMot of tie .cmbat bfg' Woos
So* a 0, New i f iw theat whi dustyswmul of the %,1 111w .
Sa idPe~rpe. worM r*o wa s sou ssat a4 little
wwe W*i have boom mlv-hil .Of the SrtIL tmsrtaut,
rythth qis kl.r*12 =.-lli and I tspomosene, the'
b rarptrYwfhom O eigh wfob ut 1 OIN: fitry ehIes on moon.
r ai~r sre. Toofells ight thea Is*b a tfrMse f
~4~ur~d SamsOn wiasp, Ak Setember sunshine. all
ut USSwSPe the a*alk eles vso had forgotten PO
0epiA or to m"h *1. YoU Wer r hyringto
beams w PON S. tr Iboes sIA ppolstnets lofoYU."
aW e 'In br iNo* e,. In the reomwhere only
*0 he068 ado"p Moelmast ina6d and
ft P@M ft- AW Via& and-r Tivrs
eea krmof,1ho were ui sd idsaL'~. /
i;SJ 1b# 16mM '59 Therr, l'm man who is asavaslav
r~r. Yr Id ai b00 dis~atricts in plorlda, 214
10 aa& iakuoanllieeR
a-a 5:rb P..t11. disirlilt Z AOrlVU TOV MS3 1w,IsIm.
Bos om "Is, th at his toTulawi
so Vwr *K. kexhaste Is searh of ,,,I~~MI l :IAI Ddt~~A~I


A pfl00 810110 1a0IlS,-NOV uwou" AJVe W9' eum Wr OuRuujyJp, ra 0 u aIA 0 L

Returnin, arrivetain .......*... ... ;.. gee
ral)..) W14 14 O F40 aft $s t to do riel7dnrr
Itoi 46041 be b we w osbut It IS WOO Leave Guineuvlle for Sampson City, ?alatkis,
4:w. 1. to-be a a o owsa W Lake City, Valdosta, and all pouit. sorth 644p a



r3L4psi im hat~~~ -b bd'Wht qettos.
rS r vite so) bkvf4 as Returning, ar fvs Gainesvil.. le......
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,k ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r Mightierl pr~ ri~t~:
,, r, ,,t ,, ,i l, Th.,a a flre~.ngine rhen you
*00Y wto w oai turn. "eP ounso Is houeIotiSept au itIn


mmtddVol issi sa 00.

deqraL~,,iW_~YI0 LAL evep




tk',~~~~~W Sor okr~k ad MiaS~ VY bot sul b of P brhmeta iscr whenr lOrll Iu... sr
ustlh Poseb tivess sh 0 atle ;;446

youtr~t hahio rS YdV boa W 00 -P" b i oreipnne upon a A80*f
:I .. r ,sh b a rp r~Str policy1for AO0LeA 1A

OW IIs......
I*** at a fire ii Air whRaylwa
'ar, wl yp m ww si Wm house is on fire, because itI -. 7ss sd m
illrarrba~~kr~~ ~L~ k~jfW 901 an 1m00 ~~~Y)l~Ws! 'efts am w WON #Wtly Wurr the entire value L$fFiiih rr 'ewIrolOWfCIII
MA". At the same red*il alt at -P.e oVa=@M*"i
-d UGWi pe0. 18 M Y Majo do bumdo e f our omV-that is, when I Ca D





it ~ ~ ~ ~ a It~C' Nsk 5Mbm~rb slw ,WImGo, ATIOEP
W" SC "W MU N We "fa bm Oli ap be u m a into yownU name Is twnned upon
t~~~S~Cu hr do SO "ad' to -11 ae 71 $5 Per 08M Is aved.e,
knae t1W ao e so lV61VA bans


h;li r r lcrwr~b II1QIC SAflTPTT
'Ui a ne fvamv n vetatt wean
:i ur ee ~r~ ISO fts~ WA to 1Wk am q"& aW to big ffam HowAi Lne aiwa
1-011-11VOW10do-~~ 1-0 W" how ad ao awn U( tber IW aboa lo becof It act In gamyrr ineRaiw
fbs A Am a so l am it'WMatGo bwmitMloO
W .k alls o am- tr IL; Iyu.THNK
is- hse W&w e 1 aS WaI aa te I Trpe L I'jAfAi
we-0 Fame "SEABOAR FLORIDrt A L
If OalodYri~;rrr~~Lilr)aI~a I bodil-JI WASWrINBTONq AWATia MORA P=tt;

Md -VWldeman
aa y blo fWt b? W
rt~i~~r ar e tmra rbrNThree Inl~tt Tmins D&W.,:
r ^IYI~to 0419. t~ ~~ JIg I SEABOARD FLORIDAL
~I~L ~ ~ 6006 oLI NOR OW e afte lel ew 4W I~ SEABOARD EXPRZN98

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bedoIn L n ee


of NeV York,
I'l~sCs lawyer in the de-
(t ,. Thaw, .i in Pa m
wi his family.

College, at Winter Park, has
ean this season. They
UOrmond Hotel teoip in
IpS'i y afternoon by a score

the month of January there
families located in Center
SAlabama. They are ali
and will engage extensively
nultivation.

Nation Is in Jaeksonville,
Ona Il& Monday began her tour
to to the Jacksonvlle saloons
SFaltatf, on Main and Forsyth,
the flrt one visited.

AcUhula has just been visited by a,
(| A00 fre. The flre started about
igiltght In the warehouse of Prevatt
& 'hWindel, and ate its way through
the business part of the town.


The Mallory Lne Steamship Com.
pa. iso preparing tO enter Tampa.
Tbh Aarati and Paulko Dredging
Company Js the oontric for redg.
In the ebhanel. It is Intended that
the line shell be In operation between
TapI sad New York by the let of
Ay,.
Oaptoa William J. Tucker of Fort
Pior1 ap of the beet4known cltsens
O Sath Florida, and who has al-
way been noted for his generoelty,
bas 49qeJd to give his pension to
the CBlederate Home Inmates in
rIaskbeasvla. He bas sent $13.89 to
them, which was the amount of his
t, and says that he will
then right along a he receives
the pmptroller.

~ aust Vanderpool. manager of the
Wt b sm ttor Company's dairiet


are
.'


S4Itmnto Frt e

the entrances to


S UK t

'thb lucky men and wo-
0Wiho enter its portals are
see the shortest cut
-dAe. Don't for.
l g other creden-
ate4 &an empoloy-
lupe iis
.t de-
AlA
tg-yBuianilollk
A'laucount.


ttonBank


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This woman y eay that eafta whitw wil* he a lntory and lmusi.
months of suffertag Lydia el d Mattri embraeta many interest.
Pinkham's Vegtable Compousd4 lg aC am the goad t th order by
made her as well aa ever. i sm ot the a mt piWluint Knights
Maude K Forgieo of T sburgVa., 'aU e el0quet Ipakers in the
writes to Mrs. inkhamn:
"I want other snffering women to 1Te praora wil be as follows:
know what Lydia L. Plnkham V-ef Addrlso of WeleoMa-.--l W. Illand.
table CompouMd has done for mn. ]ot Iin.
months I suffered from afemlanine ll IU tr~um l Maills--Ml. Pennell.
so that I thouht I could not livna I
wrote you, and after taking Lydia L~ Aaaweary Adf --R.. E. )Davl.
Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound, ad Voeol teoUo. nMr., C. E. Dun,
usin the treatment you preoribed am
,felt'le a new woman. I aow N1 "A d fd of Pythian.
Ltolg, and well as ever. and thank yl' Oe" "" .....
Sr the good you have done n" me" -" M. N .
.......i Teal SeeotgUW-XN W. I Prindle.
FACTS FOR SICK WOMNu I V. OMa.. Frie ,Tw ield.
l Am m a.l "-A ,* I M aa r M .
For thirty ears Lydial I PBnkt. *,W
hamn'b Vegetable Compound, madeS" .... .. ... .
from roots and herbs, has bee the Ow umea letm-i-s, nork.
etandatd remedy for female fll,,i' -
and hasapositively cured thouaI R ats
women who havee bimaw TO Masiter-s.et McClelan.
displaoementA, nf6 hTat elas. u"*upem LeeM."-r J. H. Hodges
tion, flWoid tumors, irret l ", Qaa LodIg o.Flrida"-L. C.
periodio mpiM, bscAlchbe that j
-w4don feeling, ihtulency, 1 .e,,,t Vem aldg*"--W. D.
tlon,dldiie ornernous promr tI g .
Why don't you try it ?o
MlasPlnkham invites an Ielk TMa s Ms
womet to write her for advte". lVa-G0. M. Lyh.
She has gitded thougessambe $ wIo Ilel-.4 I R1o. r.
health. Address, Lyann,Maa. IMi mi Bs h'~ arcus Indel.
i# I wis-M wbbls.
~~~~~I -~ gg- ^ ..-.NI BWl
P* &1_ *- B _k 1- <1 *


l ramet Wto Sac, I. lyilg In a
serious condition as*the result of -
vwe injuries received from a pet ball,
which was deemed harmless. The
bull is a fine specimen of the Jerny
breed, and was one of the manl fee
three of the livestock exhibition a
the last State Palr. Mr. Vanderpool
had Intended also to exhibit the sat.
mal at the present fair.

NWS OF CTTY AND
COUNTY OOND -ST

Mr. sad Mrs. W. L. GOowi sad
Willie LAe, returned yesterday
their home at Palrfield, after a
but pleasant vtilt to Mr.
D. Godwin and fahinly
They were acomphualed
turn by Mrs. D. God
son, James Elmore who
as their gueMsts ttil San
day.
Mrs. R. C. Cooley
general or poop(d
the UVied Dausbte, *l m
tfei..y.. who was oene ;
lest of lmr at the 3.. .o
Chapter. U. D. C., IAt l
meeting Tuesday eveagf,
the erto a gue4t of Mrs. W i&
lor. Mrs. Cooley is
ti' D. C. matters aal Oile g
of latest to women. m l ir
os friends here are AMhes Ji

Auefsa the veanHi to e
Perry Q. janey ofW'b
*e ndhw K*I o*r
Cuoir A&t.y &PA
lsoner, tad, a t he
of a number of 1ie
and atiree le Ms kcr I
Wated to make the re M1
the comna crmpSle. M- ia t
of wheb will apper & StI M9l
time. No eltlena of bhl gC la Wt
county is more widely Hat -.gg
popular than Mr Raoey.


O~cmm~L I

raw. rJ. 3. Cohen. ~
r11 pumL1 &0.1i4l0., W. R. Me
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A NI ~TIME.
Mount VWb & Will Observe
A~eamltis~V K. of hi.
Mount Yefti m I4 No. 1. Knights
of Pytkmao, St the ard Domain of
Fl11811 H11 6 m W forty-fourtht
1 annlv"107 of tho. Ianmiilig of, the
iorder n fth .Vhau of T'llu-day, the

we l d UNorthi (;arden
strm& -10r,
A ShIe SWOd Plmn has beep
arrsapw aftwoI e lsasio. which is
alwan Me .me te t s auctionss of
Momnt VYet" *hi b. The ctrnjrnit.

tf has easr a pe&St dval ofofare
In 00 1111, 110M a this prrogmMnr


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h"tm bow: hso Tq 3.y OWho vs y. ta um SO w
*key di e gwern sad saaftw OW m W&l
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imothe ease s set !-e Sa. we





lut'm"e"Or#Mteait a, PAN"teo wft she sal i $M
ftj a
ML 84 OWNS. f ww" iHbodwd. a
wadi* atwo Ala Cl A)


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"I wrote you for advice." writes Let
of Sylvia, Tenn., "about my terrible becl
monthly pains in my abdomen and shou
had suffered this way nine ars and five
had failed to relieve me. On. your advice I a
Wine of Cardul, which at once relieved my palM
and now I am entirely O ltd, I ams) sre that
.Cardul saved my life."

It is a safe and reliable m edy t l f0 mle
diseases, such as peri- i-
odical pains, Irregularl- .i .,
ty. dragging down senf- ft sJ&
stations, headache, dii-
ziness. backache, etc.


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Iras "rn Tremedous erltcument ,A r
Aralb ly when ondoa' Olrat baealrs Wvt up. * *
Mlpturlll 1a The balloon. manned by a yoaUl Ital-
garrison at tan named Vlnceut LLnardli u nsaded a
years old from Moor6elds, then an open adc ofo0lt Oo oes tinal Baak.
aunil went ground. on Sept. 15. I n the pre s.i
Sas a Mohaui l ence of more than 104000 ape tato& '
Mf twenty-tive. All business was suspended, td h k-in ----
d to Oran" himself setting the zeample by ad
n life which ourning a cabinet couclt that bap. L A yi AM PEARCE,
sy when nL opened to be slttivn. Vast crowds to-
R"islab authorltles. lowed the balloon's coureoma onm
te went on a eoamt. orseback. to carts. tI c. bt ps T 8
SIpary of Bpanlards mostly on foot The Grat North road.
I WLrM themswelescap. above which tbe aerobhat emsedt for flIIs .t S-Cll Co'L.
rlM coh conralr and s ome distance, was a roarity r of ,Ut L n, Ivwlle, Pi.
s. t Here the attempt humanity.
iEilvert him to Ilobam. Utany were burt' l the cruho but
bel pi atly refused the enly fatality recorded was the ,
t tso that be was death from trlhft F Oan old coatryl I IL
to di. Hisb hands woman, who. comin out of her eot.
k s back, and be was tap to see what the eeltemett was
bha downward, Into a block about. beheld the balloon jut above A Mr g*LA24A W
l nt m being prepared for her head. 0. the other hand. LaMrdi
Id Vtomt Quatre Heores, oudoubtedly sad -e m Ua's. It a
Caletal note was taken Jury bratinging a Udct of not gue ty NL" -. * fl0oa1
UR? R ld. a Spanish Ben- on a notorious highbwayman Ia dwe-- ---
te iooaryW to Algers who that thy, tde prison and the jedg ,.
ti#e mlght come when the who war trying the an mlght rh tM, r & a BAXTER,
Spate the way for hisr e out ofao to the blttloom s.
Il a Christian buriaL In The aeroaut desceded Tevntily A Q i LAw,
Frrmeh found It necessary to near Wax, to fBrtfidhir were ACs, bbs ER
ithe fort and the data left by sodden rop two the dleud w the *
*wrne ad to be correct for the eut l eto moren stoalslm t and T"
led boek of omerste on b eta eclt met. f Mny ef the peetateftmAi O*i i 9o
ds dilosemd to boome of Ooe *swose l with fear. whble otbe son *rd
A the avty lft by b bl body. thi patting of Lunar to death the 601 04
who removed D Dec. i. 15, Mad then o twhe ad that be *tI ~L---
rieim Christlan burial. ad they 'nd$ be a toreart aad la e** with aaiE t i
test in a mamave stooe areopha. tbo evil on
ln the cathdraL A platter east ----- l AYe LAW,
is made Of the cavIty ad afterward N Lested New Yedor.
pbeoteraphd-Cesemtt AgS tatistic fnrnatsod by mas"Ootv' I fLOaw
d&461. .A


.AN UNCOQOUERED PEAK.
LLird eaod o Mount Wilten Has De.
aed te O Clmbero.
ti OUstams aMd peaks of the San
JOa : e la rthw stern Colorado pro-
Sai a *Irmt appearance from any
e e methrat Bockloe.
gevy g orasle, more precpitous.
it ^ayp9 plaLuaesa uand.more )agc
od Int beight Moabt* M a
8se. Uerat ndl Blaone slltly at-
ak tbows of the kSB Jua, but so
wIu~S eaos be found whole gropso
rarl their heads to
14000 few
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traehyto obetfa aoshd U*
SStme vi l I**man atl U
fgisesr who had boes r"seln
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is 14,10 feut above the

t, wIth a daLmeter at
about ty teet. Ind-
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,dgaod 1ll attmoapt
Cigitag to reseb to no-
at the plra ste astall
1Wt thinofar too sto o
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No dobtt the time
Later the veiteuneome
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Il aN th record of the
lan boootatl for mlle
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who had beeo tM an
wL& trealets were In
'tk folowttr about a
be attsebed to 2
a brook to keep
going ardritt. The
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the savage Now york mano h M. l ,oerty
smaller ck than his oat of NWP li iioli
brother. Compatorb of order a -. Se
that out of a groan volme of beslGMhA1Ri saleo. I
booked Boston and Cbp ago led It .
matter of big e l e aq ui ry at oe A I i "
eral haberdashery abops la VManhat"th L
resulted nla the Intoration th N AW 4T LAW
number larger than shte M aM a t itqu
would have to be specially l405l i Equity
ftom the factory or had tho th
SeWlUg asnt. la other cIties to S
vryday experience to .ir p
otr. Of cooe the elemet uog_
It is a factor, but as a regular pp.
S eastern and weston gI n A K. lA. KI w.
aj -bull eckedL" than tI r Or
with their New York bottrel.-M ll LAIRK A L DIN1
Tort PM. +, .


Dried iderbehry Leaves In AeumS
"It you wil gather leaves from a
elderberry bush when they are
aad let them dry and thb pet
le a pUlow and leep aopes h
lightly for about three moonthI I
a Petersborg (To.) man. "they Ww
cre the worst e oa f asthma AfitA
they ar dried the ave hb a ple
lar bt pleasing odor. By itablin
odor the asthma Is cured. I kbao 0
number of people who cured S
slves of asthma by seepla a4
elderberry leavef"-NaShVlle tsie
lcan.
Heeven'sa *oret.
The foUowing tl a true story. Outh
ed for by a corrcspondeot: Bl ttl
Ioy of seven years of age aM t Ito
one day: "Motber. I knoD Wfhy t
that bables cannot speak er t t r
twelve mouths old. It is bees--e
come stingbt from beeave. ai I W
were able to talk as Boos a they W
hor they would tell the -sne.
so God doesn't let them Ipg S41
lthy have almost forgot ItMs,%
London bletbodt Times.
Pomp ef EnIllglelh MAO.
Chlchliter ar:e.s Its chkef MaglUst o
with a fgld 1,ull lunte iualaeS"
ofde,. while the wayor of 0Illsi
clrries the *ti ,k pr.r ted to Ithe o
ought by qulen :lluilth. At Ti t
bobt the lord mayor mrd lady may
eM are etilllppedl with the stUveqUI
ed oak stave whrbI haivro L
lutbority fur cfnturles.
offlal retatatrn of the meyrf
to the maRnlp94l oa11 M-e- ghO
every light at 9 o'clock WI *I
blasts opn this aged uO* i
meant befur ( tbe mayor's I1d1a111
Sagai at the marked l
Stanla rd.


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Ceremony of Entwb meeVatso
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JhaS*avilk Tuiaday. .1
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MUCH INTKERET MANIPItTED

Several Candidate Preent, and Beth
State and Congeeelonal Meettrm
Were Wll Attefdemr-F rt rimary
May 19, eead June 1l
Sctal to The Bun.
SJal oalle, Feb. 11.-The Stal
%emocrate Executive Coenlttee mt
t the Aragon Hotel this moral&. M
Vwhch time Seretary Dodd 6t 6e
ai and called the rell. thltyA
mmbern being present either to p er
on or by proxy.
Owing to their political amaeoM ilM-VM8 y
Ions, the former being a candle need noat
far United Stat.s Senator and the hamfat
latter already holding ofee, Chalr- .Ol~dl ln
mau D. U. Fletclher and Senator W. jtter"U1..l
J. Bryan reigned as members of the "1 1t
committee, and Arthur T. Wlliam L suft M Y
wau chosen chairman of the commit- di a
tee. Four vacanC;nIti on the commit- ONT)&1OMl
tee were filll Iby the election of D boL
Raymonm D K||iilh) of Duval, 8. J. tab i h t
Hllburn of Putnati,, s. I. Blltch of x I
ALvy and C. o c(',rington of Volusa.1
The first primary was ordered for
May 19, tho second( for June 16. t
Upon motion, a campanl commit- Mrs.
Uee was ordered, iconlisting of the tOW, lb, i Sll
chairman and scre.t;ry, and five mem "Eve as I I
bers, to be appointed by the chairman', I j hd M sI
after which tih c.oitmulttee adjourned mar
subject to call. and wWIa
The Congressinal committee of the kaM s Ma
Second District ,it at :: o'clock this t o t s
afternoon at their A\r:aon, and issued bou -S k
a similar call for primaries. for
Among tlihos attending the meeting
Stockton. Gllchrist and Brown, for
were (;overnc r llrou\ .rd, Candidates I---- (
Governor, Ellil. for Attorney-General, AF V4D Vi
aad Dunn, for Railroad Commkission F
qr. Chas. Pougherty, lillson. Ames V S
sad others were also on hand. hm__Mlv


Compliment to Dr. Morris.
S Prm '~eeday's Dally Sun:
Rev. Robt. Hugh Morris, the PreSty
$r" minister who is now In charge
*f the Oak LAne Prebyterian choreb
Philadelphia, and who is here o a
br i visit to the family of his brother,
e. P. Morrsl. has been the "center
t U&traction" since his arrival her,
ao to speak. lugh Is virt ially aa s m m fv101 W lii
Alasohus n anty boy. having spent a A U '
great deal of hi life at Waldo. and
er people are naturally proud of him, D Wa'r emjm; MV i
or' the record hbe has made. and for O t, M .UM. 8 -rL
*is esaxlleat character. Mrs. C. A. -
Dr. Morris lenerouslt 1iled the pal- On 00
Sat thp First Preebytertla church mow. bI0 I. a"
ft ls bfty Bunday morning. and in Mrs. 1. J.
&s afternoon went to Starke, where H. B,. Tayl.
M was formerly pastor a the Presby- Woa n.
W te echrch. At Startbsber was I ano mL eLilam s .
S.ed by a union serve at the Preby. MeBrta, MiW MYrw I
gat L church, when be delivered the Chaplm. -
al rnmi, and a regular love-feast fol. On MNra)mebl -. .W .
l owed .eharminn ; Ms Hamie MM
SMorria ha any friend.innea HampBi, IMis

(;. L"' .,A t jhee ladm early tol-he we.
' 'hdbot this rmetkm to whom be Ilouah. Min C*-*ft
I ow-a grateful for a loyat lp, CI rt sMr.. II. W4W
_Aaron D&Co.t1.

ae 's .nw mn pisNearne ltu hoed that S E
ig the god does. A e cae o io mrv. ad lt sca arlwm
am s P ar WrightW. tees Wtel
SoI In CokItstesW"Il at o Wu l. AU' .
"vi bIwgB Snow talmeut last
M the beat uLtmast the Speall Aefaeemem nOW Aqi tU
SI taow. at the tIe I wa MaO P Pd *d eg
i a w"th al trouble OthaIt W e r plead Wto8 1 M1
be a west beb1e 0 I cold Net eWt 91s U111 1W "d eI
but -~ aplyvte yr Usameat oems sad W ai ng e>l la u &a
Ils arta n the lht. I was a by the Naiai re
SS bows sad Ie tmM there be ~ as isswt a St SO s
et >by W. M. Jeu MM. other hamie *iei SP
SEen d ls afble &m e m y < d
S .of Then"s &aOe Od als ht -4- W. xMa he a
MU Pl afnar oUfe the CO
r wvabatmO si mes 1n 11116
OW s adp to hel e Raw Ip Knhel. Feb 1 E1-
S, l m & OW 1,,, ,,,, k r a,

sedr dea r rVebrf V mN t ate vOl of as
iMM d Mr Mar C NA sp. a very pmM m
.the e,. where t Ws ak Im
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Mr. sad Mrsj n. U sm 61 1O
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A o'led. PAW... It" 'gers of the
f"M sildt Oh lucting the

tThe* sriISwa attended. a
jthe b", l eds in thiS
=W- Te ISoiW simple, but
aMIETWiVWiv V ri making
W4 qke d4 duonme doml
uwow msi wUbo brought by
.E~as Sehvic- of respet.
& we mbo attended the
bm1e1at S. 'irawe woul
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I1saly VWeunable to the came-
WIN&* ofof th V 4d relatives
~ qaymthie wVIt tM h4&fCvly Iu this
Sbeur 'of truble.

i AeRK D A RCINV.
"n Slmmns. 4CeMi9i of Hlamliten
Cevesty, TlSTo Custody.

moi U W. has sret
00 aUmmuwss. "W" who to wanted
gkv the anthouit ces1iiiton Of
us" th Obar""Mtth 4Mr$

h days aNo, SdK, MUAI. pissed
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g ke, he hab his lId t1,6beta
and do anth Itb ee t Han milto n ae m u
E r wotified @ arrest.
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"m o ake.NMko ack to the
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mmdlI UISrSI Insu~~SS ,.Ythe Foad# gmu" so
Sh nslr~-~ 1Pwrcl health sod usmadseew
no. OhW~lt r.'.tnem-,MuhrsFta

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Snad the that are for.
taM q to be wrwta are nbe,
Sr'edye"d wages. Navwhile
4 thamt aotrol tho highly-
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pfgoi that the pblic who egtt
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MVD ISetaadilg Iat. ToImMOre60om
pitl and roea Mle proe for
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be ma teod iom Rebptktin a olil.
as who have repeatedly declared
Mad wit probably agaa declare i the

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baok depeadis, reark Thbe Wall
S:eet Jeoral why shouM st this
$i ,etph be cated farther? Is it
wht to tep ther
N the Orstrafet a to guaranto
a betaks e*atem agal st the hank.'


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meoas&manasa beMad heats mad
wItheM t frm reth bei ofas-
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papea the paymeMt e emsrlprtkus

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has i t wa** to op hat
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f x tofm iog that ta prtet a
a I .UT eat la pald on one had
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so deed, there is nothgla that i, for the benet of the p t
ere dangerous to jm y an Ida, but they pam tfse U* 1
spebl privilege. Leus therefore e be real Importane by to
real to apply thi great principle of a purely private bml te
Goveamit varante so that thee with which nether they tpr a t
hall be absolute equality. The la- U are concerned. So far aesi
'her should have ble wages garan- advised, the railroads an
ted by e Oovrnmet. Coou any- the llhb t attentiotn to thdiW
Stw beare Importapt than thus to and we o not belef t e
pMorot the tUll asses? Tavoeers sustained t ti oodrta."
adhold have a Gornment guarante i e
atAot rall0roa a dents. The actor The revenge of the Ostu Mn -
should be guarantod a full house, and off during January aar
the pecher hi salary. If such Republican pr ll
8urely, having dece co much for all up the same pace
thee, people, we might giv a little defolency of about $40 ,O t
suMe 4o protect oo eva to the pro of the financial year oa June 8
mother. Why not Government guaran.
te of health, Govermet guarantee There will'be more conte*ti ,
agalN o1l age. Government for sin- atlons in the coming Repubui m
mee against eteral punishment? tional Convention than Ier ba
-In othb words, why should any- and the swearing trains nece ii
body be troubled or worried about ter the conventiUoa over. ~t l .'
sytNala Why aot4dap all person- the capacity of the railroad.
at re poansbillty ulp the Government .
and lot it guarantee everything for olly Danola Party.
evrbody, at every Ume and for all The home of Mr. and Mr. J.
tiae, and the n when war or disaster Sheffeld, near Bevillevtile, w '
or papa e omes we can all so down ne of much galety FrMday r
together to one colossal imash. the ocasio bein s "a
fashioned danoe, In whhob th
Reerrna to a recent "rulnlg" of reel and cotillion played- 1I I r
the mlrida Railroad Comatson, part. There were about l
The Lakeland News toie the satl- present, which oomprised aoQiiljg
IlAtt of The Na In the followla body in the thriving subuarb
warda: "The Florida Ralroad Co- from the city proper.
Imitles as made an asninte rulin During the dancing boea,
that the railroads aot exchange piano music was reaernwed
Nla o ae or adverts paee In the Cora Wittstock. In br
Mwro pers. They might as wellbold Rraceful manner, which was.
that a rooer or dry goods man must elated by al. Also,
a Oell goode to a pubiher and ac. were served from 10 to 11 de
ee*t adTertleaig In payment There it is needless to add that thI
N I gtrat many thins that the folks enjoyed tbe oceason
Railroad CaoaIsleia oould undertaken
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Wi MAVS 8t6 TIML
4.
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M^u. Vner l. e WWit Obterve
-Aqevnrmarw y of K. of P.
eV ernona edge No. 20, Knights
of Pythbas. of the Grand Domali of
M:o'da, sll observe the forty-tforth
Maaverary of the founding of the
order on the evening of Tueiday, the
18th tnst, In the castle hall. corner
West .Liberty and North Oarden
streets.
A fine literary program has been
arranged for this occasion, which Is
alwIIy one of the leading functions of
MUnat Vernon lodge. The commit-
se.has exercised a great deal ofi'are
i the arrangement of this program,
which will be of a literary and dtas-
al nature, embracing many Interest-
lag talks on the gdl of the order by
some of the most i'rominent Knights
"ad most eloquent speakers In the
etate.
The program will 1,e as follows:
Address of We'lcn.. -,I \V Bland.

j.. Instrumental MNuic Miss Fennell.
S Anniversary .dr.. -R. R Davis.
Vocal Selectiim-- sr.. (. E. Dun.
ham.
Address, "Ad\;i;agest of Pythian-
r bm"-Capt N. H. Co'x.
Vocal Belection -Mr. S. Prindle.
Address, "Frlinlll-ilp-T W. Field-

S Instrumental S,..ction-Mlls Burk.
him.
Refresh ment .
Toast Master--Rlit. McClellan.
"Supreme Lold -Dr .1 H. Hodges.
"Grand LodgIK of Fl(ri a"-L. C.
Lynch.
"Mount Vernion Lodge"-W. D.
k, DiCkinson.
S Mulsc, Instrumental--lss Alice
Thomas.
S"Our Flag"--; M. l.\nch.
i "Our Lsdies"-R-i \ It. Rogers.
"Insurance ltranrh I--11rcuu Endel.
S Music-Miss Iturkhni.
Committees.
S Arrangements-R McClellan, J. A.
Phlfer. J. IH. Col.<,n,
Reception-L. ( I.TIch. V. R. Me-
Klnstry, J W. landing l.ee Graham,
L. A. Robertson. \W. 0 Morris. W. D.
Dickinson.
Refreshments-M. B. Saunders, R.
T. Schafr..N. ItN. Car-r
Decorations-Evans Haile, L J.
VIrkhlm, J. D. Gardn'r
S Music-Miss Ida Burkhlm. Miss
SMyrtle Fennell.

Mr. Graves Will Build.
From Wednesday's Dklly Sun:
Daniel Graves of Nehraska. who has
Recently purchased from, IA Graham
a lot on West Court street, is having
Shba er placed on the ground, and will
'. at onoe begin the erection of a neat
I A or six-rooni cottagI'.
Mr. aUd Mrs. Graven are residents
Oti Nebrtska, but spend their winters
sme. They are parents of H 8.
Ovwm North (Gainevll!e. and have
:Iay friends here who will be delight-
S't4 to larn that they have suffletnt


tolt int the city to [ir
* WiM a home.


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w ilrn WKrlIr
* e We iari tId l d "' Timppytl o WIN
entr t~puirialo art was '4Tuseemyt iv 'cw" "M5ton
atot o Pfo~


HIGH SPRINOS NoWi

Peotmaster Glass Reappented-Arbor
Day Appropriately Oberved.
High Srings. PF:b. 12.-The many
friends of George Glass aie p1waed
to learn thpt h- has received from
General Htltchcock. First Assistant
Posruaster-General, his reappoint-
ment as postua ntr of the High
Springs office. Mr. Glah s has held
the otice for eleven coonecutive years.
and by his accuracy. promptness and
efficiency ha give universal satt-
faction.
The High Springs public school
under the direction of Pro. W. H.
Main. Is this year doing the beat work
known in its history. The patron
are very much gratllied over its coan
edition, and the eittlens in general are
delighted with the state of edaetional
matters In High Springs. The follow-
Ing program was rendered on Arbor
day:
Chorus. "Arbor Day." by the school.
Scripturrerading and Invocation.
by Rev. Q. E. Thompeon.
Reading letter of the State Super-
Intendent by the prinelpal, Prott W.
H. Slain.
Piano Solo, Plantation Melodies"
-Maud Tboma.,
Recitation, "The Tree"-Zither
Knight
Recitation. "An Arbor Day Tree"--
Clementine LeOount.
Recitatton, "The Use of Tre"--
Dolly Adams.
Recttattdb "Plet a Tre"'-Lesor
Rogers.
Vocal Solor "U oaMody Is Waiting
for You"-* el IBesley.
Recitato. "To the Plie Tre"--
MIna on River.
DIscure "The Bet Way to Im-
prove Our Gronads and Building,"
by vartwe patron.
Chruo An Arbor Dy Tree" by
the school.

WHAT I* WRONt?

Many Peeple I Saht*Ivll*Are Ask.
Ing That Queets of Late
Within the last few weeks moe peo
pie ina (ameavlle I than uml have
been empllaig of aneodn It,
tlkltg In te threat, stpae of the
noe,. ao hinsg pam raising of
amcom droppags In the threat and
oteaslve brath, and have asked
theetlves: "What i the matt1a
The troehie eO froam otbrh
and ane tIh take tammedl to
to remedy ths odlattto the dim
will Icreae and W red ith the
de4eat o masos e Ibrame that dt e
the tar passages remlttlg Ia chreo
disease.
At the Irst splaas of eMta6r
Hyomel sold he used. J. W. MeO*
lum & Co. el st sader a gas dee
to refund the purchase prce of i1
for the complete osttt to amaylo who
Is not satd l wi the rltts.. To
certainly can at r to se HyeInel
under an ofer lkle tIs. Oet It new
and be cured of eOstab.


Dnpt tIom THCI clatIJ? COURT.

Four Cases gin d s w' "
When Court Adjer4w?
rrom Weduoadaes DlY:
Tho avvelal term of the ebr*c't
court dlN...ed of the flutwWi civlv
Cates Tumwda%
C(srlv ) Carter, et W.. vs. L4e1
ilnaownu. ..twvol- erdkct forI

Car*. M Ci C %rsor A tbi McR".
e)wtno.'t %verdlet fr ptlaitil.
rarlv im Carrrr 'r iullo o s eear.
'1' tm..et Vsr4rct Itr platatiff
W'Vt M Carter 1- 01 *I Tbesma.
*nvftarot Ivrdit for plasatil
After heating t&e$* rawo the Loft
tb I :k'lurl.'lng Uli th' P ,ol' r she 0J.
's tc


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0 O" the mportt tie of I
the Wd-Ihfom.ed of the


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is to 10r as to the relative standing and reliability bf the leadingl mttnMda
era of fedicinnl agents, as the most eminent physicians are the most carofi a to '
the unilB i quality and perfect purity of rnnwdies prescribed by them, and it is well
known to physicians and the Well-Informed generally that the Calilornia Fig Syrup
Co., by faeson of its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical character of
its prodst has attained to the high standing in scientific and commercial irck-s which
is accorded to successful and reliable housess only, and, therefore, that the name of the
Company ,ba become a guarantee of the excelipce of its remedy.
TRUTH AND QUALITY
appeal to the 'Well-Informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent suc-
Seea sadwreditable standing, therefore we wish.to call the attention of all wbo would
enjoy go health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves thequestion of right
living wit alnl the term implies, With proper knowledge of what is best est hour
of recreation, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may he made to contribute
to that ead and the use of medicines dispensed with generally to great advanatst, but
Sa inmapy instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the
Siproper tbo, the California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present
S truthbull the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which hs won
S the appoal of physicians ad the world-wide acceptance of the Well-informed because
of theeosillence of the combination, known to all, and the original method of manufac.
ture, whih la known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. a
Thi valuable remedy has been long and favorably known under the mat of-
Syru of Figs-and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most exceaMlt of
m m laxatives, and s its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, as well
knows to physicians and the Well-lnformed of the world to bee beat o tural
laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name of-Syrup of fig and itr of
Sena-ar i more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless will be
called fr the shorter name of Syrup of Fis-and to get its besfiiel C 5ys
note, whim purchasing, the full name of the Company-v-CaliforeLa Fig Syrp Co-
Slainly plated on the front of every package, whether yst Iaply ea for- pof
Fi--- by the fulL -ame-Syrup o Figs and Elixir of Sue--uiasMp of sad
S Eliir of Sona -is the one laxative remedy manufacture by the Califor h t p
Co. sad te same heretofore known by the ame--Syrup of FiPlr-r whicl vea
tisfatio to millions. The genauie is for sale by all Ieadhtg druggllel tsp IU t
the Uniled States in original packages of onet sie only, the regular prk w
is ffty ats per bottle. *
Very bottle Is sold under the wneral guarantee of the Co pany, ad with the
Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington, D. C., that the remedy to not dfNlertd or
misbraded within the amingo of the Food and Drugs Act, J)uno otb, Iao6

SCALIFORNIA F10 SYRUP CO.


LoWWsvU Ky.


Tme rcoust bOOURT.

Deeket Cleumd Up ft? Week. and
Ofut Adjumad URP Monday.
The draftu court mnoe4 f P
Weisk Wed"eOday morn uiig when she
fodeing ease werer tated pand d41.
Psbed d:
Ietet Riley & C& &1n r J. Oar-
V*, puiLt. JUry clled lad sworn.
whom pntiff took noo4' Ta" %
=W oft eSKttY and J" P.Lab of
fthi'pftet"led th Plafatffes.
Cow IA Won 1Si6d for
the Sefeuntat.
WfugsCramp Shoe Co'4iy vs. Ira
J. Cara'. MSqSONL Jury swam afu.
mml ubuitO atd sad vrdl4 i ratrae
w OlkI in the o um of S11m.
3rvrea 3143v mA Co. v & rn A
Failtoo. m.aimsw.t. dubm" ased

T'. IL Osrwems. T. C. Klbbow ssad
3. IL Gardwe. asesmiamati. Aprsamled
mwd swam, eviduee .ubefted. ed
vottlet returnd In fawwr's ofdftad.
Saws. Cm & a ton Pm 3p'eew d
pIh J. rX.raws 4ofumilaL
&vowarim woets n 'e id. which
somuptud tde4ma8a mnt eNo Pm
eut wk an"er prhl 0he u ad
loused aissl M bmod a mNh# At 0
odosrk.


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TwN IlWS PoMo roomSOS&

Melpem VeS L--Mrs. a me &
bowrsr m Cw amwmw NiftUfa J
W~lI"saw "d pikenwaf*mown. we
1,efty ow a v"m to n o meb
at Tompa.
At t"e ""M sftla NOM 40
the Ladleso UJ erONi sad 6so
ow how dor iay. tSo huibsg
o.ots were sitgn" Ms 5. M. q
talivelt pam nL LMs.& &W
,ra wreayVM S. m eW.JA
trmwnww At *a OM NWO" OLI
,as %wa wo rlL hmr a d*Tw,
rU06 #P 0eate" t in d i
Am,& *0 IewPOOV WMONS 1
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4jblo a&04b "9 W~g.
5s'.s. ( 4"a
A ssobsw Of r4d IW(W 9
..,n#be vaT. ed do - (W
rb" a4vry won dohwW v
p s m m M m o b $ 0 40 4
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San Frandsco, Cal.
U S. A.
Leadon, BEnland.


New York, N. Y.


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IOUMtIALANJOIUXCLT U y" fE'" d mv 5W 5N, ad asfte
FOR MARSHAL. as, Very ~
- - -- -- --- -- ---- our votes at the amIss ~k(eleeIW
m A"NOW$
To the Vo f rs of Glseevlll. taike A
tIs method o* Isamonl my mIl I rebo s arns. Olsm an osWiki
dayfor aMashal of the Cit of Osiorn dae hmrO CIW MaeehL) Th s1 .
ilme. I ave beet e on siht war fas to b ehemdn =f 29l id A
an e06m, r teetty vou sad mew Iow I pIowinies tmo Io
knorter while P"u rWe talem hr t ow S* ausstie 0 1W"4w.
abo throeme % e ave it e so rmaown as eam r polio
astowh tep I1ebft hevrnha.IArw4mft


siht wa b e" ei ord torn day doI"
ad If eletd I promise m 1 a fthfll K th W. i ofs No wTW
lasutil sad e&$as servie Toursm w m wot"r Is fo 1*
fo order, 0. U Yli = 4 b b "m


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vWust lvut"i to put a
ppv wh am -ppoeft
lbs elnibyh publ~cly d4.
kMeotwho san baee
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do esstVe OW amm.l
he~1 kheft"o & aWoM h
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bftk mhebhbIs heart V ti
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POAWD* SM NUW ARMORY.

. UAND*~ IW NiW ARMOOMW.


i, o ,w.. w u1 owub noolu s*
oba "rW-. Thbe gaglile ouards an norw to a
MWk we arory, tm old 8aftmarhY
V"1 U ,Ma Sn, NM Ma in treet N., where tey
-ed a Fpebsg to have ooe of tOe 0t- 9
S e y a rmori w sad b room & tthe a


is fee S to ton fmel ma p ,i vom.. 7,b
tre PIowufs ae, oeuad rent de of Ik t MM se


It rl a a o e wih th ecity, as sse e i e lates t Colu0b [(se ..1111
s as eM Mwlt thi smpanny, should feel proud. Ah rt.
law There b$ been maxfestd i the af- for Diveree.
0 t mueen faoi pol* rs of the Guards a great deal of It arrug ab yafsdet
1i .n '^ ^ terest recently, and the boys seem a ,sr.
SI U th it Mr. SBryan t tidor- to hae taken on new life. At the re"e1~ t S of" O
I P t* eii allldg pmIg itf mla' m; ttn of the company three preeodis s Oa
il4t W Oi te tly, but he ni tol ltted ew members were elected, and lve onrbe maod upa
S"13 SC GI ovoypaS bII hp, applications for membership were re- perof s tI W uaB
Lk gd. i 3i t tdtke tlWU d- celved and referred to the proper comn- oerthsearofltres^Iiaa ets
W a TI el tlI is but a atUp I that dl mittees. required eto esr o Ia
ai a yi. eiocrata pgmfly have re- -- arni au on or herf
,. 0t o '~ r. Br oty pr for TrlIl May interest You. steaiS ol A bil will g. D.
Sownershi and thee i a N one Is Immune from kidney trou- Itr urter oderl t fat 4ll e ob-
a100 Ba1e V am om tbhe Democrats ble, so just remember that Foley's rhe on*e or .e ar tomr
I bai inf corrHt with ae mi_. _weeks In Tbh Oatlneswe MU0L 0l.i
SI ve a tcontact with lac Mr. Kld~ s Cure will stop the Irregular- pubtlbed In sakl county and Stat.
xri 5urs t Indorsed ,the Roorrcelt ities ure any ease of kidney and Tehis s b tesi 0e
im thal t In 4de0g 0o lbe ha bladder trouble that is not beyond the ruo. ofe l Aidoad. .A ,
6"t aa thM 'Democratic party sad him- reach of medicine.-J. W. McCollum H. MASON. SoIr. for o'l.
d1e1 g1 artt toa O Saerdinato peition, and is A Co.
d-*th eait it v& eek the Dmocrato nomF -- CERTIXFICATE OF ACTHOIUT.
is/ o action afs the only Uvta- echo of THE GAINEBVILLE BAND. No. UP. /
PrtI W l~m t 4rooelt. If Mr.Taft is nom. Tu-a nuyr spoAIrmaTU. OrMs= Wo
TISOLI.IR OI T1M CURRltWOT, WArs
." Sl1 b lasted by the RopubUtia and Mr. New Organiatlon Practicing Regular- Tow. O...JiVrSsg WM -
I nrran shod also b naloated, the ly, and Manlfeting Interest. Wberes~. bve LrUsoted stewsory
publa 5 toe uhde olged. It 1 been a *
ihavel \ hn rao hint Issue of the eampamln The newly organized Oainesvllle pear that "TI nFlr Natlma
O0O g drlt Into who wro bed carry band-or at least the reorganization-- a 'ord,. us oompied wsLLh
Ith0Iic. elat "aMy polules." C anyone doubt are maolelfl a jigreat deal of Inter- or thbe Ule 4ftel.ire.le
dwi thebefore an sao I. Wm
S tAM t W he oRpubitana oandidate with eoat in their work, and are rehearsing to commene the bustahofW
Mte oitiUve Rooevdt Iadoremet regularly. number of the members of thserofe asrro. d
74atrI Oo weM ha1Be i he bnI better of hbb empetl- own their Mtruments, are fairly well itht "lmTim oae aN .L
Lhsn t"he FToga of A Dsbus to
Sdtt DeaWts object to Ihtl the trained In musi, with the result that a es so asofa "1
at tee ;Due at e ofe the pabodJ- It bi not like teaching new men. oesee lo orTrsioH;i
t* t. di to .Iay Ieoesa that o The new band expects to be in poW Soi of the B*, ptaes
Sf tIh *bt is tlrytg to mle p raDOnt, Ition to render a public concert In eesimooy whereof. eallI
ae mabt a WhI are aDeImoertlc. a few weeks. M of oace tb second
SThr Tapie lta edos to atol the Comuprptrref I
S& ftI--'tawr' a to o u ta ts by an t aem i hped to "Isuered habitually from consti-
bOf 9 health t riNIy I ih &d to a tI m &al & a ta r o d S pation. Doah's Re*ulets relieved and NOICa OF APPurATIO M W
Ste to the ilm." .that to wbt the people e f late re. ve boen rular wer ase."-A. I. Nod" le ere 6
A at the pb1 mte okl4 TM D aort* a4of plIa oM raDMvia. grower, 8ltbwar pra. Tu.TeiL am ba of
a I 6 afl s1 a. soat wa thar mi ti the tpt e- o to ,ot tae. a ie Mst o-t, a DtheOb wOw oa tat1Aso a
w oam, Aew'w the a gt mbpm Iaa Mooalt pia jI 1M i or COAPrgr
war lm ppear wa!s a rae led er, Npelteim tihe laore. ne a g^ -S m.t M rlwa^ u

i-s ,i Gia Mteepea tetarMOW Say ani who tes Dmoenrsue ow prop _as0 o Jf y a so.

r ****ata **** **< i peole o etit*k*. aoil ** ***** wh*e* .iS4tt,'V^ 4.. &W1 th & r. .^ ..0..
am whether oauM waa resalAn ea M ka me ra of pme aeaIevet poubese fw Pits o 1r0 sees as oa&Noa-fiklf
g. GM- *r l iMbioaB, who B a t 0 gaitratio pgng Wtg ai w uf d o*P 1A tet i tr hf NOTI ClE Crox sLIAmnr.

(At the 47 o b. RW- Nottee in here04 ,114a o kat
ai aa l asi. aslao
i-oIl o Ley #i ti ,i.o ,

rf Dea Jil -a a aaaaae*aeaaaoa a aeeg I --rrr c,
"rtI *r' o, M~ be 1 ea1 oawaam ts. noese heT 0%dr ,o s %l t roSak

VeW ariM. l 8MVlRS, D. ,of S w 8M e 98. A .d lt6
r j HON. P. III. TRA--L LS- tUA. h .ra 1 ,
ats Oettt fh ttaatt Irwb. . euadn She aee aOe fllolya
maitleU. byIwdwto .ItO
-m te aor marf of Tore u JoMu. dc- obr fet-ino ra"ae e aot mBS.
Sgret a fw ae to ar a e r(s. 'tDm 'h Me1 eP1r1ed. hI dt o
hs waia To tit OhiosPite mrd:t wf ktai frsId he ll iealted tr ay a 0 w04 oNOTr FAOX PTOy..
S on I w e a eaMat re the c et of t r potal
miSN Dec meWrati o primary, fer mot* Magso to our etOblatri1 errd eId t. Se i- Teh. oilo w.urus
itm ta I to the oa olr t At_ o -Gmeaal pota l eal Ian pa mnl are ew ahed t ma ne mfr sfTt er rla, l-> O2Ie W_* eLc,'
p -- th 0 b tax feol I th iao on J" a MIN a


an tas iar ft r-t-at eA I wto teet aet paaray ma L --D Nr o st i e Is
pgattloeio toa ensurethe eitieast of ear ol rte that Artuahtbo has eatioMe aer abaU, o for ^'S1e^1 s
ae aaotoa ao a aoera th e nam lh sat the w ra Torri o Iv&. ..
I0 mi wi lsad vaIeuat in trtoefd. I e.

lo ftve. 11g. i. or na e. oh. a.UI tn .. o .% st ft- b --
Irn~~~O SW<* aaml btal o Tbbs k I(L- * -s --- - --s" ---wuo "ame ^
h- lb- I MAM16 M a ~~a~ft__AL4 -lb& a- Ulimdwa L In ash& 6^ ab- P-mo -~b~a~


I It pan
Tfm be

0 dew-
wsI i611
IT" wa


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Ahsmovusdabs a Wa fsttme dewbt 0
urtiOMOI wMy that tbmh the
kIsismim -9 t OWN" of r came-
ty. I Ubvve1 thre endw fthe
nu L"Ofthtw. isa my i~si
way I hatu kyo s lou o ~m to t
termed emIr rlb Imrwt cla
Vhrtim higN OrW "or an
-hm "= soamyV~iew I
bave mows75 samo" my 'st. NW
bfmsmes a IamavuIt lar t

I hIeMeAt 01 the w pSlbk-
"AS Iov dia's lUus amademad*-
WAN& Vw-lm. tbw b bom
S-- ws% M Is, I babsdopme"
my ONmANi habm mmy fvmd as
a ibibk vftbe 13*4 mm bw SO
bb A" as am b" rowe


I vwprm is' l4 peub fro loom i
tea 13I the ad 116 e"OlL a nMim twteby E1 "'" 4 miawe
IN ad Is ,m b ad m*W hatsewe
I %_f C RA ik rakLW. bvp:~ol MW j W.i~
40 6 "to wr I* of sof t" W7 C ItMam oru ejuta(@ A
tonkne bar# son"'-'kJi
ataAt Sem %e .
peso I v ow v.51* ig s mwmthe a",air is.
VOTICL C4 the $Sa sill be b e
pwem.MAs poll '4iiI I 15 nqb P 15eumsater INV&Md mOee m *
WfmMhowtooMd a ftb U, d on" to tu S~n inMima. a-
SM4 smoomslO"iy h SSIGaftoS Pmlw sb amd J W.5
mwMe lt@ r b eo r amak. 1:0 ast *o
a"% 4d at ~f 4 ue # gg
Ns "a~ aur ub,3.
o of ft e a" on,
vry ft My fs, w I thh p wmVW T) II c War
wbests emiblatA 9 WAML~
"m an -y%$ 00 ad -vow

J.o.WePATTON
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By L W. Berger of Florida Agricultural Experiment Satieo.

It is now generally well known among the citrus rowers o tU Sate
that therere e several fungi which live parasitically upon the immature tag
(the larvaeand pupae) of the whitefly (Alcwrodrs ctrd), and that, as theas
fungi become well established in a grove infested by whitedles they de.
stroy these Insects by the million. The best known of these fung are the
Red Fungus, the Yellow Fungus, and the 4irown Pngus. Three other not
9o well known. are the Red-beaded Scale Fungus, the White-fringe Fungus,
and the Cinnamon Fungus. The last two have only re ty bee described
by Prof. H. S. Fawcett of this Station. In Prese'Dulletta U8 aad T7 r
spectively; and their discovery being relatively recent we sar ot so well
prepared to make rcontmmendationu, either as to their elcleoey in reduetag
the whitefly, or as to the best methods for introducing them. The Red-
headed Scale Fungus. so efficient in reducing scale insects It Florida, has
only rarely been observed upon any of the young tages of the whitey. and
so will receive no further mention here.
PREPARATION OF 8ORB-CONTAIMINO LiUID.
The following l. s(r!litin of the spore-spraying method for latrodueloa
the fungi is based mainly u-pon experiments with the Red and the Telow
Fungi, and th> n, t1:d ,, allrently first sueoestay employed by the
writer. It is conii.d.r d thie preferable method. and is probably applicab)
to all the fungi :.tui'l ,ine. e:crepting perhaps the Browa F ungu. EBpert*
S.ments so far tindi'iat, tHit this method can, be employed duarlg amy m nth
of the year. although a letterr infection with ftngas may gemneray be ox-
pected during the wirie.r mouths. The spore or aws (which take the
. place of seeds I nin'1 1 are washed out of the bfaues hy measII Wate.
Use about forts of t!e t right red or bright yellow puoatal of the ftaug to
a pint of water. T's: ill be about the same as one o two 0l0 tl
leaves to a quart of v at,'r. More fungus may beo Vd9 but thq ao~u t adi*
cated has been fond to give good results. Soak ad wash tth fungu
(leaves and all) for ten or fifteen minutes, and strain through dm loth
or fine wire gaitr
:SPRAT NG AND ISPATRSI .
SSpray th, rmi\ture of spores and water on the *uder sI tha o the
whitetly-infestd 1l a, look well t the newer gruth. ad If the larao
and pupae. or th, adult tilt.s, or all thrive, are ariEant thW, spray the
parts thoroughly If Il supply of seed-funh u is l nlted pray oJl the
worst Infested t ~.iL and branches, for the fugs wilU ibtot asge o th
larvae there.. nl hlie adults maturing from those aot latoti toga he
with other adlults v!rai'ting there, will carry the ftOage l spr to Othr
parts of the tr.-r atii to other trees. s.'e a lew rayl outfit, proftrably
one of the ('prilr -.,'l Air Sprayer type ( or 4 a os ea-mlty), with
little or no cvoirpr or bra's about it. I)onot u ia Oe t G a luiy und r
spraying Bordtuni fungicide left inl th(e llchine may kill the apore. An old spytagl oUtit
which has boon Ipre\ ioi-ly\ used only for soap solttloaatorOdl em6iesmmay be
employed, but it shoutil be well washed out with water. A larger rayla
machine mount.(d on a barrel may be used whoa many m rsitu we to be
sprayed, and wh.n an abundancee of fungus Is avalabia US a8 aeie pro0
duclng a very flue nspray. and thoroughly wet the hlre ut to the dIrp
ping point. It requires about three weeks fo the Red ad Telow o Irl t
make a visible' growth
A modification of tr.-* ,lire-.praylosg I Utod, reestly hII t toh
writer's attention, con-tlsts in flirting the Iauld aM tt tho aderM urs
of the leaves IIy nmin of a tin cup. A wlspOret may alsobea o ptopyo
or a bunrh of small ti igi dillpd I to the lquid. It wilUl a be a s ry
to strain the iqiuld 'h r n it Is intended to be 'pplld aI this .ma .


THE BROWN rUNGOML
The spraying nwthio Iln probably not geseally apfljamb i r tbtnO
during the Brown FurPius of which the sporw i rat. pr et kutoaw
This fungus haR. h ,o~ r, tbeen well started svral ttime r hI m iti
metbod. If It is deiltr-ed to emplloy the spraying *Mthed for tIOtte4t
the Brown Fungu., it I and'ie.ed to scour t heWiftge fiM hl I 9 byWMM
pf a little sand no l water. using the remulttig nltm d of fUags patU
Sand water ra a spnra Sr.ain the- liquill If ne eari. toe dabot the
ftlative quanttities of gfuinige and water as recomasded wor the d ad
S Tobllow Pungt
S. .. .. - .. . i


SI ORT STATE ITEMS


Rev. Culpeptwr ai'l -4,n r',. (,in
Agctiag a religious ign-ttn itn KI -
taUmee this week.

A young man by the' II.e i
et waUs shot and killeIld t. A I1 iA
nawman at Crmoo list Sundla'

Rodef Shalom. a JI, lh t'i;,l,"
ea the corner of Southwra. .indl SdlMr
t, B street. in Ke) W\\'.t. aO 4. dlI
ated last Sunday.


The ctllslte of Dunnlloon ill lo",n
I et a Ste new fire station and ar,
ooatemplattng the la}ng of a
of cement sidewalks.


als~ I ChrisTian evanata ..asi fthat
I~ I U irv financial uacen fee?,


&Orr ya
Lp ~~-+


T F. T~UNIS


DERTAKINGWcOe

Suu.L Ine OF
mew OO b....


5',


AGorrs rus
--iL Ton worO~


n as meled S


L Pss-.I


Southern College. Io mdag w t
much encourageaest I rasatf the
11,' "1,) endowment for the pebt.

SNerly all of the Florida rp o
ul)r,-Co has been marketed. T
prli s received were a dvase' o
int )*ar*s. while t s report at
itr.' trop was not as good as st
'iNr s. L*
Ir C I. Nortoa of Adria. Mih. a
paa.ssel r (o a rall) l so" iprW. Was
,rob, d of hiM gold wat a p&rth
of Itse artng apparel sad'400 to
cash in JackMvvlll Wed aN ay Mwu
U.I, of last week


clearvatoV uIIIso"e hWe a I"
nfr otipflst botil C. W. heatr h&e
wri. the proweita"otf the CdkMW
Ifeli rwhicb bured s Rfa1a. eterwb
* thpri while &So. will et ala ItIn
" ;rt-I "itl at leerwa.leat In he nat


2; W i llla se. %iot'ad Ie 46-
mU1,f"?r a f0 .t0 riit citrw akI5Io
* o' l'..tr~am eontt. t thp bill of
;p!,.--so t vi vN Tb- II Ka*I*g t1
$I- siot! 0 ea' ,q tf' eplseimi so
t~!a #'.~it7 of 4.etnbvf 3*Mb ud
Itt 101 r dl V.A.t. trT


I i,...- .. *. ('#a v.'etr "if ('es


Iko 114 t b"
IA' .'lr rjf th.l Ki, W"It bO
,.Ct,,Vat..C I e. ~ ri~,I) starts~
'5?;*l ,.'i"' .~. *'4 'UbtIfSI

c i-t 11"AtS &A lbw 1
C ,I Itmr,' ' :..ceoa. u lh~I
*,t*tt1 ,~S~ rAe4the leet
Ca.' wII e4!e I. revel?' be' *
haultin tim UebCW Suf thay o WAS
sw is Is SW efb 8660 01
49 L"O ~bof~0am&


Yourself



SWs simple food.
BrI Uh w a lt we&






Scoff'sx11

NAR
dmsetbM en, warn


pounds of blea h-.e tulvy extraordl-
mWr hal for on* day.-Tlmoo-Unoon.

Samuel T. floteer of Tamim has
broaht mult alatist the Atlantcl
Comt Line Railway Comlany for
$10.00W. Colonel kt sthr allelg that
be was curmd Wa4 motlted on Fort
Myers trala No. IT o t e Atlantle
Coat Lin. betwes int City lad
Dovry, by Omm#utor W. T. Mlir,
who he allem was drunk at the
time It o report d that Mlipr so.
eowsd ioethe of trrig to best his
way as ta train.


Tr- tRWNS IN T.UBsLL .

Colored Man and Weman Arreted by
Sheriff Pennell onl Setrios Charlge. rorl
Prom Wednesday's Daily: IDr. Joa *
Acting upon instructions from the Ui onW
authorities of Marion county. Shorif is one of the ehl
Fennell has-arrested Od Green and Torita rwciptlo'
Vuhrne (reen, the latter blong the "A m--rvm-1--
wife of lDn Green, of Antbony. ltw, sltto
The warrant alleges that the woman m wblt me u i
eloidl with 14 Green, who Ist a ntt
brother of the defendant. id Ore j enlfL Is I
is also marred, and It Is sd left ItTPil
his wife In order to "take ip" with C U
the wife of his brother.
The rartles re In JaI, but Ina a
auch as they are guilty of an offense
her, Sheriff Fennell has not t de-
clded whether or .not h would de-
liver them to the authorities of Mas
rdon county.
\ a
OFF TO TH1 OANL.

Olfiee Walker Took Thr Colored
Men to Turpentlne Oamps.
Deputy Sheriff I. C. Walker left
Tuesday for Ooale, having In custody
thr prisoners, all colored, as fol.
tows:
Andrew Whitaker. convicted of
petit larceny In Justice Henderson's
court Newberry, sixty days.
Charley Allen, petit larceny, Justice
Heoderon's court, sixty days.
David Mcealil. arault and battery.'
Justle oldman's court, four mtaths.
Th prisoners were delivered to
Rawls & Co, lessee of Alabcua eouws
ty convicts, y ge


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NONYNLY


heuo hws Prty.
As to heb ear t o r y year, Mie
Jtes"e the can "$ et ,daumtr
$16.432.91 f Mr. and MIr. Jltb Obmak sor
tawted a number o d a M at tof
bhes of ahr paw t. North A
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day party.
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moat amiable dispos-tl- e,. isaw
to eobrtts her gute propety, a"
10.00 the anul eval lgy~ astloma
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a am was found abt seven miles REIPOT.
wot of Miat by a Sgro who was
sow hbuttigl. The mir w rasport. e Reelpte-10.
d to the shr of DIt eoounty, who Jan. 1-Bal. In banks Jan.
wast Immetely with the negro to 1. 190 ............
the ploe wlbreI be ad made his de. Jan. --W. D. Dicklnson.
evey. The sboer tI at a loss as collections for month of
to who the party was, but whoever It Deember ..............
w,4 h boi theoe for ore Ja. --M. A. Ileeley, case
than three years, as brushes that Allen Bell assault......
his body had bees eoTed with were Jan. $--. T. Heandrsn.
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of tilom nTrt. l soo" u Co.. wktse
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'PERSONAL AND o AL ITEMS

What Has Hppned and What Is
Gelrn to HpeA Told Is Shrt Par*

r It 0. h. em,

Bsak wata'aa Is of the
pme for s u alPeU at t s

ILS. Bradle of WhaboW was
Stranding t Ihe t y I..
John Kite sad m R aguep were
trMing in the city yeidt
Mrs. Sue Feaster t MA Uaop was
shoppenl in the city yfi teray
S Mr. and Mrs. A.' D. Jermt spent
nday pleuaatly with' relative at
Archer.
Strene Rivera df MMay was
among those Wiho spevt etrday la
Osesrtvlle.
I M.B. s. Ir,' Me rchat of
Hague, was a Onessu vItor to this
Sty yesterday.
SL. I Darto, a velIkAown and s-
aesitul trucker of Roky .oIint was
trading lai the city yest rday.
Mr. and Mrs. Npu Taylor have re
.! fmet from Ve ~hr thy vpent
,9D wlith MrieaW and relatives.
i M' h A. Willu s'sa well.kown
AndM. mootfvl t eohant of Waldo,
j f the city on bsnes yesterday.
So fKate Carter bo R retained
sacksoeville, whaetm she has tee
foa the pst thre or to

S o aof Mrs. Loumse Lo. 0 r.
i will rert to Iear thet et
IfitofJl, but hope that she will soan

T. i fr., and a ha lh
&d om Jaehmtvifel, aen are
*0aml la ted on Nrth

P. NMIer and Jecarse Blitph1
SuUt w e aM d popular yno
^* w ?rthw dy yesterday .
A U Nton ate O r gtumd


A. D. Wlams o Crystal ftivr
tse ei oro r te aort tisq yee.
was as route to Jak.
Wiew ra heba bes rall d

SMr. P. T. I oDemi laet Sanday
"a omesad ehey 1 p 04Ifts whee

MM h thut teo ldats b to
S, eI Mrs. CrIher of Mephis, n
$ larw in toa the *it atow.a,
Samh tar bhes P th day wi be the
400"ofU P. OwMrs. 0. M. D. 6ow.
e ad ethar
A a. T. mV ,J etur ,ae tn r
SJetuvIrtle.ye h went to metor




s ot Chos. s i..
R wbba ll a .fW ao ao wob he
I opir of at reaaobbl. prie.


R. Ctart formerly of this city
Snow of Ush Springs, where he
$; n^ a a rewbabe position iathe

ihahs of the Atant Oeso Ise. has
i'sE1ed to hs hee after a b*rie
vii hers.
I. W. Wur., secretary aud troe.
,O.' lOt the Tita lahma frprees Cown.
i, Lm am. Was ta the ctty y este
^.. reobr u efeeeif
', a hvrg his name added to th


A. a. (bltto of Jacrksomvtle was
* i the cty uady, a Iet*ofat his
satd s Mlr. P r IIU Mr. Cbltty has
bWee im ispoed the pat few dayr
I hts trioas wUil be lSad to tearn
that toe hitmael arn.
W. U. D b .who for th paut two
ow r muefar b b eeu OseeI d
with T-e J. Thoomas Company ta
tWe *dyf aef salsman. ha accpt
of a tor eIUaa with The onato
tme faram mw y
WrIL rpas fn orty with the
mo 0mat0eg Compawy of thls city
tat the ga tow y"earn sM a

witt ss*e a semenwith Ohe Sager

I. *e i nt r arsd trrs
CiarutnaUi ndO Od Oba where
he hab bfe a i bab"o f tf
Mr. To "e ao tat tee waM to
the Natr Is "smnthlM i &e*, *md
be ito sBd to get bagk haoe


sit^ 44 0d to M
The I airU N aW ws h as
a ohaaEp of dWtIosq thig tso
sue to whih tiratei't1 a of i pub-
lti n ealle. l~ls Art Ist advrttisin
the IAb Dar wa raf, whi*eb is on
of the best es the P"aas, a luar.
satoe i I every way.
Deputy Slhel8 Oo. W. Uviagetos
of Newbdrry, waI to the ta o ffl
dal bsaaio yItwrda. Hie broht
two na ro prison conivlctd
ptt owe9 e, h o re mtenoaed
by JMao Heaa npt t Nwbery
to 0h0e u 1ootL eh.
Orik et Prwtt, after a pleassa
visit to his brother, .P. M. Prwltt, r
toned to his homo at Waldo
day. CrIfet Is the.edtor, proprie
publisher, etc. of The Waldo News,
and is one of ~he brihtet young edits
ore for his ag the State.
F. B. Cellosn sad dashter, Min
Murray, of Haue, spent Saturday in
this city with friends. Mr. elon has
been uffeting for the, past three
weks with rb~umatim, but his
frnda will be la to lar that his
oonditidn eos siderably improved.
Rev. Ebdt G0. Weed, D.D., bishop
of FlorLda, delivered two interesting
sermons at Holy 'Trinity pisoopal
church Sunday morning and evening,
at the latt ervirrce the rite dc con-
frmaVo~ be g administred. While
here Blohop Wed Is the sest of Col.
and MIr W. W. Hamptes.
Mis tloree Daily, of Kaneyville,
Ky., ho la ben her for the put
few wet e l th Mr. sad Mrs. Reder,
left S*dar for her hoanm where s
will 'reans Indeftaitly. Mil alsly
maad la friends hre who grret.
td vry much to so her leave, and
trout that she will return at no diO t
go das.
N. W. falpbors, who Is etersively
sgagced'M ontramttng I' Jackauoa
me, rsvad Inn the cty bolday, aad
rwill ; ia with his faally f the
sext two or three days. Mr. Mat-
pam ay JaokMsnvle Is the amet
city of its sh i t he United states,
ad he propoeoe to remove his family
there aI a few weeks.
J. 1. reast", r. of the efetent
rad pervIsors of the county, wau to
the e or a bort time yesterday
fo eA- oemeted with the roads
ltr" d" tbme to sake ntes
al tht aa aowill be a madl dte
ar *i. d ay ha will make hi
sm t ina few days. '1 lis
Wa baw and popular, sad will no
dema alk a good r n.-Adv.
Ms. W. H. Temple, wife of the un-
lotaamte man who killed J. T. Cheo
te at igh 8prg PFriday, has atr
rived from Savannah and will be here
tor the aext few days. It is under-
stood ta the defendant will be given
a preliminary hearing before Justlce
Bexley Thursday of the present
week. It will be nece sry to take
himr bak to High Sprins, the tsc-ne
of the unfortunate lreurmstance.
FreH Ntduedoy's aDkl^^Sm':
V. S. Curl of Archer was a business
vlsitor o this city yesterday.
James e Smith of Trenton war a
business viltor to this city yesterday.
M. T. Hlartmanof Paradin wet a
busing visttor to this city yesterday.
W. H. rivers a preostent business
man of Stark. ws it the city yes-
terday.
Cas.. R. Eddy of Orang, He*lhts
was a bhau es viiltor to this city yee-
terday.
J. U. Maumra and L A.e Oeter
ha retained froam a buraInese trip tou
Wald I


Mlia Edith Shawl of Atarua is in
the city on a visit to her aunt. Mrs.
Al Wolte.
T H. Cato of AIcks anud J R
MaIlpur of LOArose were trade t in
th kty yeerday.
Mrs Cthan Wusoe f ort Gover
s is l the city. a gert of hr seter,
Mr. IHL Wiea s.
Tbmeas Betnet. a weU r owsn aad
poplar ctlem of e LaCeswa spent(
yesterday ia thb cty.
M Madeld sad W. t MoOrner.
WavalMabm m a" of Sa11 a m
wr lb *ee r w c*8.a




^y J*^r* -~'^ ^^ '^B-l -m ~i le'"


jj'0/^ j f^ "^'i1^ Pete 5 /! ;. **--"

Oftet Geiins o" sha t o Jto b. ssoaa a l 4 no.t WWn-
s arv atv and caretfl Iae by excel-
SI leat businessmen, sad t dqeerving
oli a ett success.
'I lie W I., G odw i of Pairl dd, w ho,
,pith his wife and baby, have bear on
HmM bl Mol stesdtly ap s vtet to tthis dy fr the pt two
Wl kI hber'cdt r94 ~k othrr r das, uests of Mr. and Mrs
lD. E. Godwln, attended the meettin
C4t Sl day fr day, rn of ts naa ,stores operators yeter-
and twe s btht rop and luap day. Mr. Godwin had his dame en
di',l te M heSaly'dt s i give rolled on the suberiptioa list of The
ay. Ayer's Chry .P~ orl San, as he sid he desired to keep
i d Ammiijj and hWl_ posted on the bappenings of the comua-
S Etys and raised that the mot ef-
S*W B ftlvq way to do so. wa through this

John D. Luthr of Old Town wasu i
** the city for a few hours yesterday.
He was en route to Jacksonville,
iL where he has been called on business.
WI KMr. Luther recently obtained per-
l --MeM( Vrs msluom to coulndct ar fr"v across the


George season and two sons ol
Rooky Point were kmotl those who
spent yesterday In this city.
W. A. McGrI, a'~ruggtlt of Mica
nopy, spnt yesterday n this city on
bpslness add pleasure combined.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Crown and
daughters of Rocky Point spent Sua.
day in Gainesvlle, guests of friends.
Jamen T. Swindal, a well-known citl.
zen and liveryman of Newberry, was
transacting business In this city yes-
terday.
8. P. Coxe and John Shaw, of La
Crosse, and R. T. MoDavid of Mon-
teoch, were trading In the city yes-
terday.
Monroe Venable, the naval stores
operator sad lumber manufacturer of
Archer, was a business visitor to this
city yesterday.
J. A. Mastaby, the brick manufaso
tuorr of Oampvllle who also has eon-
aldeablek aereist here, was a bust-
nmsr victor to this city yesterday.
John AerW and W. L. Jackson two
welHaIiwsalttoe of Archer, are In
the oty, havin been summoned as
Jurors at t special term of the cir.
oat eoart ,
Rev.3.J. Thompeom, the popular
divine of loand 0rove, was in the
oity yesterday. He was en route to
Newberr, whe he w ill la regular
appoatmenst
H. H. Armnld ad Mm. R. W., am
P. D. Irwin. war t he ity frnm
hParbaka yesterday. Mr. rwis is
enaed in the mersatle busiaees
in that village.
Mr. sad Mrs. Clayf B ard of Key-
ser, N. ., are la the ety, uets a
the former's brother. W. M. Buard.
Mr. Bullard s agent for the Seaboard
Air Lne at Keyewr.
Poley's Homey aad Tar cure tha
moat obstinate cough sad epels the
cold rom the aytm as it is mildly
laxative. It is guaranteed. The Seam
ulne i In the eo0w epakage.-J. W.
aCOollum & OCa
Mi l Mabel Johnson has gone to
Jacksonville, where It is understood
she has accepted a position as sale-
lady in one of the large dry goods
store. Miss Johneon Is a popular
young lady, and will make a valuable
acquisition td the Orm by whom she is
employed.
Mr. and Mrd. J. Crosby. oe.
James R. Croeby, and daughter. Mlas
usaMn Crosby. have returned to their
home at Dluaelas. They came oa
the sad duty of attending the funeral
of the former's daughter, Mrs. & .
Duke, fe pa-ed way Saturday. and
was bWuled W da Irid extend
Waeore sym-Ahy.
Deputy aberf & A. Oeteen of Bell
wae l the dity yterday. He came
to bries R. H. Owasu a youea white
ma who was ebewgd with larcesy
sad who was ameImed by Justce
amrr of r ae aIp a Se of i
ad tas or p-d ( rty days la i lL
Te r penrse a ae wttl make aa
ap-wal as he -l that a toi -
jutis haa b ee e m t.
F. P. Hedea ge, who uwu a hade
-me pearhK Mr t Al Set who
ti new reidla n to qts et. eases to
ave this meag a s erd.
whrei he wi in aer ais bieres
he the met tw o ar em dfay Mr.
He ser ils m sa m O

vaues the e te


am, ai.ewe M a t.~os aat

ma TM. io toa
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AUSIMEW w tu %af w w omr D a--.....P r-. v
Buwannee river at Old Town, which
will prove of great convenience to
those who have to travel that way.
He propose to establish this ferry
as soon a the water, which has been
D quite high for the past few weeks,
recedes.


Dr. eo. F. Waldo, the dentist who as our guarantee go Wit
has been here for tne past few day. every ange sold.
waitin for an opportunity to open
his dental parlors in the Graham CALL AND SEE THEM
building, East Main street, and who
has been detained on account of the
delay In arrival of his furniture, D i l *a
states that the furniture has now ar- Bair Har a
rived, and that his office will be open _
In a short time. Dr. Waldo has as- J -II, ; II-
soclated with him Dr. Geo. L. Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Godwit ad s O ,
a well-known and prominent dentist of Willie Lee, returned yesterday to
Loulsvllle, Ky., who has come to make their home at Fairfield, after a brief
his home I GalnesvIlle. but pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Pom Thwde's Da'gy :un: ID. E. Godwin and family i ths dity.
J. R. Zetrouer of Rochelle was trad- They were accompanied on there te-
Ing in the city yesterday. turn by Mrs. D. E. Godwin aad little
James Hague, of the town which son, James Elmore, who will remain
bears his name, was In the city yes-, as their guests until Sunday or Moo-
terday. day.
Mrs. Maggie Moam of Savannah, W. E. Kite of Waldo was amo0
Ga., Is in the city; a guest of Mrs. S. the visitors to Gainesville yestfay,
B. Roers. land while here called to renew his
k P a wl-k n c subscription to The Sun. Mr. Kit Is
Jck Palmer, a well-known citizen of Port White, was In the city on bust- Helgtsr Truck Growers A OAastei
neSS yesterday., which was recently organloed f r the
Wad Highamith, a successful farm. mutual benefit of the fruit and vee-
er of the Levyville section, was trad- table growers of that section, and ro
Ing In the city yesterday. ports that an Interesting meeti of
Miss Janie Royster has gone to Tam- toe association was held at week.
p, where she will be a puet of rela- The next meeting will be held on
lives for the next few days. February 22nd.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Slack depart- Among the visitors to tho ety I
ed yesterday for Mrtln, where they Perry 0. Ramsey of Waaehoot asM~
will visit relatives for a few days. the leading planters of that sega0 .
Rev. R M. Martla of Hawtorn Mr. Ramsey served the peoplO e( .T
was among the vtotrs to this city county faithfully as a aoooty -i
yesterday, spending the day with soer, and. at the earnest du t
friend. of a number of his friends who -
Warranty and mortgage deeds, chat- and appreciate his worth, he has Wa-
tel mortgages and labor contracts for seated to make the race for ash
sale at this office. Price 50 cents per the coming campaign, mannoam et
dose, or ;, per hundred. of which will appear at the prpe
R. Y. Winters, assistant in botany time. No citizen of his sestlb o a


This celebrated.WrU


everyone as the
Range. Hundreds.. .,
use in. Gaiherille
and not a single in lo f
a case of di eatisfactio h:
ever been known.


"ULT BR=" NOW'r N Im


and are as perfect in opera-
tion as hhman itgenam it
can make them. 'ou run
absolutely no risk in buy-
inga "Lilv Darling" Ranmp.


at the Experiment Station, is spending
a week at Sanford putting In ex-
teosve cooperative experiments In
fertillation of celery.
Prm. H. S. Pawcett is working this
week In the citrus groves on the sub-
peanisula. Prof. Fawcett has ex-
tensive experiments here in trntlig
disease of citrus tree..
Friends of Jack M. lalle %II b,.
lad to lear that he Il out again, af-
tr an Itiness of the past three or
four weeks with pneumonia, lie was
enabled to take a ride yesterday after-
noo.
Mr. and Mrs. I. McElvey of Al-
btoe were In the city yesterday. They
WOre aoeo-anl.' by Mr. Mclvey's
sater. Mrs. H. J. Martin. of Indiana
poUs lad., wbq Is spendlng the winter
at Albkn aa hte Wgest


tuun~ rt more widely Known or of
popular than Mr. Ramsey.
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...WANTS...
.. -- ..m- .,-
WANTED.
SWANTEI-To rent pair muale. A.
Vidal.
WANTED-Commnoo labor or 4
prea rmill. Tilbhmana Cypre Ca.
lukens. Fla.
WANTED-A competet, stado Mb
tionary Mugineer; mnut be a"
cbanlc. Apply to J. B.u WAeN %.
cox. rlorida.

0OR *ALL


Amang th promlaent visitors to iG(;8 -Pure 8. C. Rhode slant dem;
this dty is Attorney Thos. E. wenss 1 00 for 15. $5.50 for tW. MIt.
of JLaeks tlh., who caue cn busiaeas rroa. vIton M
eomneeed with the Cir et cour. Col.
Owen hor wmae time was engaged in
hib prefeamia er. and has mny PHOTOtMAPHY.
frenido N this e Useo"who are aslway --
lad to a tka I'butogSapy today is aa ee
A F. aHbeA. formerly of Graham. sOta *cessidty la evey -
where he was engaged la the mann It nluta the --
aturwe of umber, but W makg k his attm of fally life ltf r

purWeaAed c etne ral sete lantr o withoL
eq. end ta L the city Yper CyPrined tat eas sl t.
ay m rmwte to *bet nara. wwbhere ".t OS ol d or re Ifte o
he was msemeMd bhsalm. it uas s*mea
As o. ...k..1tw. aca has r l to J ***

gite a home de Talmuae.t I such -'-.---eassasse
A.s. ,b bw *W M %. Ibb SI n R r
RIoi Fay wT,'he*n ,vseLy *M e mu st
memb m eW r the e er s R I
war so bPU wo 0 .sbs. i
bwu t"woo Il* lwwash To-o
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