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 14, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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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: VID01205
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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.4 .INEVILLE, FLORIDA, ) i FEBRUARY 14, 1908 TEN CENTS A

ooo10,o000,000 F" H ~ r ouT. nATTMPTED BLACKMAIL.
THEUE" UT. ..... ... FREE...__ ptoBOLD BANK OBBE
War Ci.aim Cmmnitte Reports impe. M v rnan W Pd aoYeaservan n
"' tant Bill Faverably. ..a.b.'. I nred to 20 Year. t rl
S I DWasington, D. Feb. I3.-- IdO la r b 1D3.--al Ft T
SLA J About $10,000,000 may be acured from Vefthtm, a German-bor tuMJId t TV Td
the government by the people of tie h i, MpIdL was k0 -n also pas a K.ta MW d a I Ar Tow.
C1|IJ south It a bill reported ananimousiv wu kMen also as Frank Kurits and 1
|Ht.t --- by the house committee on war claim. .-... ba- ar 8ttelodh aulrtt, .. wa.y. s ,
I becomes a law. eced at the Old lley Wdnaeai
CATES NIGH: JA1 .ER The bill to th oourt or JURY WAS OUT SIX HOURS etq years, penal serItd, hav-SECURED $28,000 IN CAS
I Jurtediction of the claims for aban. ......m g bes convicted of attempting& to
dTthdon8ed lands and prperty whib w Trial Was Aftrated Attention All bladkedl lly B. Jo0l, a walthyWeked $,000 Bank BldinWi
STrusty, Tells of the sold during the civil wr aind the pror as and mth African er ,
f of John Harper and John coeds turned Into the Unlted State. Over the O@inty".OtMdant Was and amle owner out of 9.0t0o. Dynamite Had Settl with She.f
from Tower Over a Week treasury. Widow -f Mteof ) MOMnald, Fo. Vos Ve iteirs was arreItoi four ifs Posse and Then leaped With
'4 an t D during that w ar the soverntf en t a lLe1 1 Les e iont bI o In l Rati AT hae seerveb
lriant. tted the seisure and salt of &bat%. m-npheChGe rmy.ma hease*.,i t.. e
Fta Ga., ebruary 13.-Jo- d oed land and the net proceed Chlcago, Feb. 13.--Mrs. Ibora MN1 once In the Blgaan tarny, and has Rieh's Mll, to.. Iob. l3.-4ecurtng
Wlilliama, one of the Tower placed in the United Statei trntstiry. Donald, who has bee eo t: .kl herb i ad tany a venttes in t. la, 1il,000 In cash after dyna=Itt AM
I. indicted by the grand jury There waw a provlion that if an ovne 0 e t Arnica and Japan. tol wl.t to t ipe totaly wrMin. the 9.0000 a'k baglla
In thin the escape of John Har- should begin suit with two year Ing Weter Gue in. wac ".~ town in 17 tam li the rmlif ar lg ot the ar.rs and Mufactre',
aJohn Barton. over a weekago, after the close of th\ w;ir and provw a jury-In the cri-.-"- t rtshot aPl kllel.t Wolf .I1el, u tthr a bank li thmis Ty, liv1e kadits. hfv-
M flade a confession, in whoh 1h that the property sMhI b loredl to The verdict was rachd s of ~ly Joel, at that phli'' 11 wtlas ly ,ru'*li.d teao*vi'.ed iho cltiaena here
l cates very strongly Jailer James him, the money rec'elel f(,r It .ilouul' .ad a e r .. .. '" ;N e arretu.4 d ant d tri. b l t ,t a 'iitttd su! \oein >,d a u tniw,. and after
a. who was also Indicted. be paid over, but to do this tl o CIj L-"The rndan! who telitea ,'tw f sota )Pare aftte'rrd a b1l..td i)rv, wrhangiug sho. % witlh th herifa's
Aooording to his statement, he ad 'zca bringing the sult had to Sabmliu ~ ..,he Mef one an ~ Ii,. ,o erd frtn the"t Theamp wat. hletied tp~hu ofh re'd to thm ruh wm onltry
owM bad all to do with the delivery klyally to the union I Ii.tcal _e.dor n ....hare, t. I. t.t a Von Velthe4Mn's by bi 'ire hbrt of hr.. ,>l .on war h Injured
bd John OGroe, the ote er truity This disqualitled most voinen erdlet witboIat rar ooin DulIi&tn, tu. later the adv onturr vaa .I cver da by eih r soiab s "r t>m exiploa1to .
4iat w om a true bUl was rettirt- until the amnuaty prTIlaMn:il n wu n til bei hw t fbrte u ientl c n. ,I altd xaervint on th lihdh.niuaila le I'" . Mtuah y perer, u. irvlxl In time to e
,'ie inUoest of say crLme. I declared in 1aGG. ,witkh cm tt(o lato .t .a t ha -r .......t.e .... .... the a,.b.re t..i. w.y...
1 It because hi. oonone years limit hMlcsng xnsethe tni ped in eATTEMPToTorKILLtAMERICANS. 11eofthe, r vpaeds fireall
nH peer that he akems this cictn to take tho claims to cw':rt, the twMe,,l trued In [ oter CI ens ATTEMPT TO KILL AMeWICANS. dLote of the "ru"-t of necaue_ -l iong .cirne yeare limit lingIng x*0 | ree` medicalrl ittentln ..h the h 1 Inlng bandits and the rebbr
mt hin, and to adu lt his gullt re Th o, 't o? this Mill It. to enable .e. m,,,o Mexican* Accu d o *f Outrage at San. r .er t the fire.
es t&e torture. Now he throwM the original owners of th'p confl.ated a .h... ..l...t ... a- ta ROes Mine in er. .....
tf on he mercy or the c,,rt. property to get the mny it brought coner t o the do s Turen. Al., Feb. 1 -A. Itnpt *OUTM4RN IMPROVSIMINTS.
immmfia mad his confession on wen sold. ant being so ovs ... cto kill every Amerlean at tho e lunt-l
Donald was compellet.i e *10T
ia .declares he will awtir in with ---- and tr r ty o Ot is ia ne in oor twnt ile Albany a. e Havi Big Pew 1
tM Brown was a party to the SHOT WOMAN THREE TIMES. ,e .outh of Dougl, wa ane on Pnr te
that he frst mentk edltanl ---i Aft.er Ms McDonald n ..nr di. turdaylastis of M4exhtan m.r (Columbus. Ga., ftb, 1.-TIher lam -
the two trustees to see Harper Mrs. Martin, of Winder. Ga.. Attacked hargd, she was takeZ a hotti by p lacod stlecks of ynaMte under to ldio.l krefolla o noo mmew
saertala what they could get out by Negro In Her Kitchen. boarding b mPn) store onAs folowl l
ob. *- Winder, Ga., Febh. 13.--Mrs. C. .W. a uew in WM and kil. the formua an4 iuperintenldet Work on a b..ig $(1., p..wr pfl.,
m at $75 was pld Williams A. Martin, the wife of a prominent cite- .etbInistdi Irinthe Oualha kullm. to be oasltmled 0a 0 11t rive0
and this w to be divided te2, was shot three time. Tuel;y a .I a ngStt ad Van inthes treo Te .hour seleted ws during thn mear Aw, Ga., Wb w temper
wuNv, but before te two could by a mulatto who had entered the ,o'" lveale- m e eal. I rily deferred beega -ofw e late es-,
gtostIer for the diviston, Brown kitchen askng for something to est. 2 tke Bet ioele was atti h the bo ad dial t B-r y, itr l 9bg ba a tWr weeks.
the Tower, and William. know When the negro entered the kitcll amag he, ,. It was mpeh.-- h*i A mOemtel w washtMe, et a m.t*
at be would be searched, went en Mrs. Martin became frighteAase4 S Sl.. ra-' W1 g re 1 ie, a s. l aave ..rw. a m Io 4re1
Itoe-t orm and threw the cur. and tried to leave the MOrn. The 1m t e a ottlt I a4 t M .
-nero reached her sid before b Ap-pX LO l. e t"- --ii "-Ab l-e- WW fft .f... r
statement be true, Jail. could eo peo however, a oeseted mi nd f Si hAN i 'I s ... i -es5 s .a .MA..
delibettely went to slEe; In hisb arm. he p t Vp a desW P ai per*' i tls MyseJ lBto i-nt" y NM At fie 1



tr e metd G r o v e s-.- -Ict. 3ail Bd *ltv f e le lt a d s . . . . *. tV . . I _. Nu W e-
16 MWd it, sat-he h&4- bed t A re w reobigPockleterm dm blWeochaiv a. as- .,.i i aow oft ---

and John Barton e.I Te screams of the Injured w u ldO ass ao u U M we. atWtMheads
the Tower on Monday attracted the atteeto of 119tube o m e*"ft 11 112,I4 1...1110.11 11Ma M
.5. Harper was brought poats of Juedg Russell's home, l 1SRn. M Ntas& OP NION. t,,ft I -W r I$, MM
Sn"ty- for s-fekeepnl, 'moon medical attention was seered4. *, _S -...S ,. _,..t., -h-. s-e
with the murder of Te py slan sate that her IajrtW e a Io nm P Im I Th Si1( t p e ti
of Murray, and it i. said are i ery seriou and fears for her ire Si w. ., d s. o. .
another men before he covery are eatertained. "weS" tlS i lrf1t6*b "1Mai'. Ou T"eO *F b* att O
ito-dcath. A poao Of o0e f1rty or fifty NW MI .mS t S..W P,. M.0,a 1? W. LOW e bnm Le ISm = .I.o.
as alle f blower it waA InRatly f and -fsTe e '*i tM re. SV 4 1S ae Oif tf rom ltthe, I,
tage of cracking the nafe tinam d Martion, started af861bil. 1hMlrs. ep a ,t IS Mm. ,--
ot Saron, Sharon, "I from Mr.. rin .saeatrh . ..l .. beam_ rter ae he4 tied E1tes Of b* ONa *r e igDAt.e
ICE^ .. .1 .CI0ATED ABLA3 ^ ^ ^ .^ h l. S base W duten atlee he Lasreas ,
lace ithbedellery. Peculiar ectacle Oused by Bning b atO t that the 198I minnie of Pre1 j She ess IW ees..
trB .... -- at fto-y,_r N. .. --- -M ve tTep reletose an at the e tnee.. t ea, to full of ,fewark. M, J., yM lU..-' Me m
tSELL WHISKY Yoi at Sros i, ... h Ma $Bs jesous agp, &***- *g
ans o. f A which were belng ppared The leheS ateked a t s.*l ti' lat. he i.*rel etm* e*k (s
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taoe of prevetloo s better
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rem aeh troubles.
doses of M-o~na stomach tab- a I
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little tablets live trenth B CHEY nd His AIR-SHIP--Dalyr Filllt
to the manTclar walls of the
ad totaeb t uad promot HORSE SHOW, Feb. .17 to 22-See The Sandard
otim or u mlse .o that Stock Farth exhibit and 100 othir horses on 6thibltfdp
food is taken .Is naturally IJVB TOOK IOIV opens .hF. 2- 9*. Scoring Park Farm Ottis and
without pain or distress. l& other estries Pre. totk, Oat, Brdt Poiltry, Plgsu. and Dog dgSw, Feb.
hf CoUum & Co have seen so 12 s ki, Seln wenltries
s oade by Ml-onsr that they MANY FLORIDA TRlIL SHOWS--Botook's Alms I te i Tl-
la=. kUqlo Vllaip eand g ooter ras shows. Wes Fioworkest. Ifre
remedy In 5l4-Plt bo.s Un-. tj weII kly.. li Iilwl LZeuani n l. e a, g,. t
Irantee to refund the money
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ve alae. So will a bottle of
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A sure cure for coughs
mache uand whooplan Goug, h.
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CaNed MeeUtinu at 1 Time i m-
portant ReolaUtio We Pasud.
At the called mating of the (tty
conmcll, held Tbhulkday morning for
the purpose of repeving the report of
the committee appollted to in. eAtl-
gate and report on the advisability of


anglln theU loetion of the proposed
Government buditlg..the following re.
port was ubmlted and accepted:
"To the Preddest aad Members of the
City Council:
"Tour committee to whom was rM
feared th peIitia of B. P. Hampon,
respectig a chang to the locat uo of
the p ro ed. overume baltM g,
rfp ftn *ro rt that the bpve la-
veetlgated the matter, and wold re
ommead that the propoarto change
the loctioo of the add Government
building to a place a few feet wedt
o( the present aeepted location We
accepted; provided, of course, that the
said location be acceptable to the
Government, and that the city be re-
leased from the payment of one hun-
dred and fifty dollars, the addltfonal
amount agreed upon at,the time the
said site was determined o,. at the
foot of center of East Main tree,
making the amount due by the city to
Hampton & Geaham t6r the treets or


.tteet past or around said bulldlan a
(dOltlnuance of last Main sreet, as
slit hundred dollars, this being the
qount originally agrood upon be-
tWeen Messrs. Hamptoo & Gkham
.d the eity; the lot to be 150 feet
north and south on asut Main street,
sad 120 feet east and west on Mag-
nolls street.
'"Respectfully submitted, February
u, 1908. I. E. WEBSTER.
S"E. E. CANNON,
"Committee.


t this meeting the following report
also received from the committee
ted to Investigate the matter of
n property owAern asking relief
the matter of street paving. etc.:
o the President and Members of-bhe
City Council:
"Your committee to whom was re
the petlton of J. D. String.
w et al,asking relief t t he mat
of street paying, beg fave to re.
that they bavoe rred the ques-
to tohe City Attorney, and submit
Slotaw s resolution:
sB It RAolved by the City Coun
StoM o Ib'e of OpevlleU that
Bord of PabUe Works be
il I l olet ten the
OmNr ars rt* t6
&M`n k ou eft w t oA
weat HM of the Orlsome prop
seaga t whose pperety spee ta
have be mde l th
ll t id street oM d of th
i oet Irm each abottol aW
orr r for the street abStIN
lIw proprty, so that the prqpey
nr the narrow part of io
et e laD pay twothlrds of the oet
e pa"- said treet O aeordig to the
SONardM AIM the Mi property
4rS"e to pay all court osts ad
CAr tou that have arued or at.

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he young manlis fan Is

- lightly to through
I lovel and _n himnubp.
es to boOWechalng mad
a* furihiap. Abro

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owdowl, ICW& 0"66C
3~ Ant -tx tu&.,~


'r fra roads



-' Mel.
T .~


codflhcIcdb gpgjhi.
the adCe of Use tuII ofer
ftht ie of # iow amY--~




icsttAL Emutu

wlwdmamhehwn lb


tacked by reason of the filing of suits
t enforce ollection.
"'The actual cost of such Iaving not
to exqeed the assessnint already
made.' I. 10. WEISTER.
"A. E. WITTSTOCK.
"Co(mnittee."


BIG SUITS ENTERED.


D. 1.


Godwin is Suing J. L. Medlin
for Aggregate of $20,000.


IThere ha been recently filed two
important suits In this county, bet g
two suito of $10,000 esach. w he'rt I). K.
Godwin is RulUg J. L. Mudlim for 'n-
sault, etaa
The circtrunltnn'es' or.' not quite
clear In the case, and it .s lliffcullt 1
secure the facts, but it I.. uniderstood
that the cases grew out of an alleedl
assault upon the iIrson of the plain-
tiff by the defendant, while the former
w tu empnjyed by J. L..'MSldlin & Co.,
naval storua oer'alorh at Me'redith,
Levy county.
Mr. Godwin is a naval storsn masn
of broad experience, and a few months
ago went to work under contract with
Mr. Medlin. It l. stated that the two
men had a misunderstanding, and that
Mr. Medlln made a personal assault
upon the plaintiff In these cases.
0 V. CARP R PLA
REV. CARPENTER PLEASED.


Ryverend entleman from Vernat
HMas qM Property Here
e* ev. Wois Carpeate oat V
a unted OPt divine of that
le0'hte ee I lori s lo general
ainmhUle la partlilar, a is bee
smeusIoated by the fact that he ha.
neietly purobaed valuable property
hner. sad la nking ser"ouly of ma-L
kU thl his o b e.
Mr. Vrpeter was attracted ere
oa asoont of the superior educatlm.
al mad religios dvastages. r ad it
R pleMased here. He left yesterde
for Cedar Ky, where e will he e.
aed assatlag In a revival or the
met few days. He will return to
Galanmele moe. and may remnab here
So t balance of the seas., or oI.

Noeble Home Agahn.
The bd ada.Ig. "Wht's In a amerf
was eostradklted a day or two reaee-
ly. whew "Noble." a ha dsome huMo
Mehang to J. Manatag. and W
stayed or was led away two yefe
a, was restored to his owner of M
mn verltlm.
This s a strange. blt mtre o y,
Ad goe as evtwoee that t e da to
so aMet latelitoet aad Ieral at of

Thi deg. whith 0b a very fo e sk
ma was very mue dwvaed to
amsro bet about two Yrean

e sares nh e to r" IWtlk
aheets sad Mr. Maint
Srl ward I r hist

o Teas a Mr. omb M rManIW bts
low S d mea asetu t do4 W

_b__ Ms ea wr the ' e-al
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he Now ft
IsaLew" 9s110


FAN&


Aged aid 'NWiWpected Lady
Passed Aw srd eay Night.
Mrs. ClaIr 4ais aette N 1U1s. 0egh-
t-rlght years t age, died ati th hot
tot her ioam. o 8. vanll .Alchua
av.'nue at a o'clock \\.,',,lny
nlght; aetr al 'lhaea of th, I.-t rfow
mionutas. '
Deceaed born It, an iton'M. on
comoty,~or\th Crlna. 11, Is' I ,
came to rt o In 18. sttiil
o(Ilne@tl. she ws msarriit to c
P. vaI II so I0, eIhtsen crs I
to eomingo thk M11.
CSioermla b a been twr yeanr 1m-.
ber of the lepl Church u up
to a few Iyars ao was active
worker or ths e. i
Dbaes es Ar Aved by ou, kotn, at
the heSOl w1 r< she did,,. and to
whoe tMhe lpathiao the cI'Iiitunilty
is extuaded.
The flneral wa heM Thiirsdaiy aft
ternoon at I o'clock, Rev. i'iran llcl
Craighlll o Holy Trlnity 4 hurh oll
elating. The service waP I.r ,1ly at
tended,"manl friends hain lt ci'i gre-
gated to pay their last a ,I ri.-.p'ct.
The pall*bea~rrs were 1' \\" I',r-.
ter, James Doll. James II \ ,,! II Itol.
ert WlxIon. W. W. Hampt, i I I' X
Miller.


THE PUBLIC LIBRARYv


Number of New Books Ha~v( Re- cutly
Sen Added to L .'


The following now boo~
been added to tie Public !
are golog lift hot cakes:
"Allce for Short," deMot
Jane of Kentucky." liall;
ter of Anderion Crow," *
"The Fruit of (lho T'ree,
"The Hlelpmat.," '8nelair i
of the L cortlon." .Little;
Shat.," Thanot; "Tbe I


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L.yle; "The New Chrotiln IIt,.
tMeoa," WIIIIIn: "atalln :: .l,. l>,ml,"
Rives; ',ITh Shluttle," Il., ft 'h
Weavers," Parker:; "Thl. Tralr,"
Dilto;I "The Younger let. 'lM' babor.,
Anaal'pIbscription to lh,, Library
Is $3-thlr months or -w,. $1./The
UIbraryr s open every fe c rett unu-
4da roe I to 5 o'eIok It in. The
new lbrary belioquartoro In lyom 2.
Second lor, new Orahatll ilkr, cor-
nor t Mail and Mehnllic street.

S A *UIST OP HONOR.

Mr. H. MeOrevr Will Atteld oe
M of UI. D at sartks.
Mrsn. II. I, lrery pets to
eae thio IftMl r Star trs. where
'today *e Wi l the rset of lbeor
at a IM=M to be Ie by Joe
w Wr". U nited ln Imht*ro
at s Co shor, this betl the
aeed amawelravr of tO eapter.
Mn. screarrw. who ls pMproldt
f KIMr Milth Chapter of this etty,
Is am et be met prom nnet end most
ppalar Dbshtos of the Stat,. as
she has always malfested a great
lste t Is the work


A FACT PROVEn.

ow of e T""Il on
t t oe f tin @ightuet doom In the
BMi otapl thAt Ddut N ovos do "
-. r l WWI b isf I. .r',t bi lb*
bet ~ th t ba r u Inserilate4 w~ The
wwe besas inl fin eu wee UKs't
be1' he seamytW
mot tbI mei, mnV=0n W
dsww"u0e eo the 9


Mt bvatbo saw amIo~
'ge.

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FLORIwSTS


-inow
~i~ DA~LY-.


Jobn


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Are You a


Lard Eater?


"is"

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Half the time when a person feels blue id
of sorts you may take it for grated that he is a
of the "lard habit." La oked food and
stomachs are never friends for g. Lard food
healthful food and no ordinary stomach can thorougbh
digest it.
Lard comes from the pigety; Cottol/ne from the
cotton fields of The Sunny South. Lard is greasy,
indigestible, and sometimes absolutely harmful; Cot
tol r makes food digestible, nu.
tritious, delicious. Cotlo/a e is the
perfect shortening and fryingme-
ium. It is pure and healthful.
Itcoutaius not an ounceof hbg-fat.
Cot'/c'.,"' is today in use by
thousands of h i.usewives ho
would no more thiuk of going
back to lard than they would of
reverting to tallow lips for light'
ing their homics.


CI,0:is/'m" is o fe ,f the prod-
ucts which pure foid advocates
always cnddrse.

Nature's Gift from the Sunny South


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We Are Now Ready With Our


FALL and WINTER LINES

----om A---I--


Mn's, Women's amd ChiMrm's
"


wi FluiMhI


0
lose


Ordes by Mail Ar Cereiflly ld PrIeptly Fllkd


A Complete CItalogs Cov ri All Our Limes Will Is
ltst Free Up R4H.
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B. H, LEVY,


BOI


Savannah,


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THE W H 11 B'D HOSE.




Erytan g &stll claa. Ruth fre..' -wtn.Ilu
from. Be"".1O5ad mUP.
JAMES VAN ALLENe PIOPIINbfl


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Wbm yi boa .ow head$
y@ou ONt 91 eW is5 saboqa0mc r*-
Maim ttoheo t
U~rr li Pl~t~ ~b W bile.~

mmus If I* to a "M sfttto.rp
IN d of hia bitsts ip


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S Bear. JoMb Bear of Pnoa"0


wpmie ti apple of this IMw
MtA i R Ms ib


smmso w S et k e, wAk hlean
tit uo h tiI 11 13 1aYg datle.
'!. tl gatiUprM 4 mOt xted to the
b s __.
SU the Phama aaal sBteft to
he t te Stawts wA..M we
be fee" to (the emy of






r I:erbems a that
plsused ad. will be read by peo
,', fi whoa,,, inoognd u as Ilveotmst.
|, e nr asit to n the t ther te
e be? When It is the ope n s

al, a yof lai

| TIe Havarae dr dork. bwhieo I



Me of the most important and vati.
Mas idmhoithsacoe of the Governmemt
4t the United states from the Govern.
t of Spln. as a o onsequeneo of
a th r of Wa1, Isto thoneo the i
S It hae o r the hem.oa Wh avy houad
Probbly the fir t tho opit an the





euntry to have a b specially eu-
or "prdatory wthe alh" odaU wheof vi
tts io automobile, a ehouldo others i be
the no tart opi at Ph
dThe Hat p dry doc. wipoeh ll
rae bof the uaker Ctat ad vadl






NMo Club by Rars.
One to the mp otrihn auto rides
ver Uanted was from te a orn by
two a of aela, amonqu. rCa., whof
t war olf 1~1 I tiow one oa thei
G*terw of the Peassota pay yard.

Probably the alrst hosplthl la the
Country to ave a bed *pecl)ly en
E- dovwd for th seeaneoo dation of vie
ttr f a atoinobll raeldent. ll| b


i ** raJ-4 b the Qluaer cty Ladle'
| Mtor Club by jn'
f ^" ""* ***"--
One of the not darlas auto ride
ev. reemptd was rably (okn by
|rwo xaacblalnt of Alamon. Cal., wbo
'* 1( a mnonr c r for' the Irst tinme


thremh the Petrifted orest of Arl-
S- G m.Lb IA udrltr Ito mof nto I ml-


Fr w


in. am %rm W---- . MD O f" ,t *ewi4 er M' nwlmO rr vfrrrln in
S tohy rove od.ur a railroad tmrtlo 4'4 Coentlan ofttry.
f Iong Iane d saiuirg Ilblo CaT As mer ry wm eYlyM dtrov the
Sa hesht of 3t t. The slightest U a orpletelv .
l r)would bay* mot nt deltb
he wrt dt 0gq thewhole system wheno'.ut*-rIn
'i trhb b the m ucous euw tl'. uw-b
As was notedlIn The S a few l ar trles shpld trver t d.ed o*en',
dasao thbGa Oinvville aud Alacbua, 'ourva os f r
Cot Hosplal AAon latis an e the dame they %ilI Io
tnl for astifhtacai ma Inf talnth ling tt to tohe good se u crr.1 te-W
hospital. nllan H ,,r., -crt~ ry' t
f heaspocua IIe mibn t rr ly deive MoA ssthem e lalls ('a.-
of tbe samotleis milli out cir- "tarrb Clrp, malnuactu md by % JJ
cular letters cloMhg a poatal cerl Ct; y ..Tod, O, t.luo %
( reply asU o how m c the r Cea t o tantate
friewy. and r tehe can tvn t er ey.
fees thlt he ina rlle rto n wotlha ira ~u dtrtc, l uu ai,. i ..l ad,
cause. Lt ypar raposse br liberal I ..im il, ... ......... .rI


and, twouillt Th ecrm intowms
us that a als hlp bhlugV she
asnsado "" ~t3 I* 8
the hosital t Oe b" Wot to be
Ym Lmthe b* bi# b to ift bo-
beeves al1 to lead w M do m me
to ii aasoetam.


buyt%$ Halls Catarrh (lure bo uurv
y sho get th 1bo. It to taLmIn.
i llvsod*d i La Tolode Ohio. by
jlr,. J.w b.~~rslbr+
=&E~w& OmTemowaftalefre.,
SDld Mb F ggtda Price. 78c. p W
Tafk ats fnavy Pills for ore.


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


Modern rullmran Equipment

Te &EAlSOARD FLORIDA LIMITKD-ew Paiuas vesualg
tra. t. Auguste and Jaekoavle to New Yorkt via RKIa -
WaeItagtm. Dtaing Car (a la tase) e [rrlc; Double wSl
S~MPs rM. Staterm ad O8be&atUkt Caru. Lave St A--
11:" a i. aad Jaeks*mfll 12:1 p. L daIll, lt d-ing -a--- .
r fll laftsatia nd sleepe reservratis" ll om i
board er nwrit
& C. SOYLSTrON, JR. Al alin ^kig g mg A
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lo; IBmpcri r, r bor.* I l .ni.
l backbone sa tth ountfyl be reatt
ly.enhad e ti e o iI t n from
Sto mailo te frthe ret In the" o .E .....t
eetlord e a to l. not0 o Mve a g.tork e t-'
patal d entilme will theo t
o 0e rill be full 1y o I a$s taaxes opaaei:lto ftswe
aof thie `cloi 'i d these In- th o) 1 o MI a In tohis
dustries, bwil, form a part of theb eleoqeo hdres Mr. rn l give a ful
baCkbone of the country, will be great- hist ~Ir euitastib nGid 41umone,
ly e anbaae trough Abe practical m thel w u~toly the questen from
su gestatdis alned by them. dost~ aI ist eapel.iat Iae pro ve
Sthe purpose n of the (*moers' instin- a id ol th at it was
er ti, are held brpaugout the oy because
S is to educate the farmer, fruit "mIS q41 t.hto.
I ne'W Ird at work i '.
grower and stockmmah to somethlag 10 ai s am workt
practicalt ud seeattleveometbing, to I'rs Ek hta tevrable sentiment
se th etpfesl~. wip ih will cause o bill wUdI he ha later o
twq blades to gw where onl ao a oIead. d ire provided for ret udli
grew- before, and hoe thee points ia: -a setid tax money, S
a ere learned and pot at practice, the Id violtits of the Perl a
farer and the, country will be bet leed anod elected from
6t"ou. S at o t ta heYm i
It is gratifying to ooe that, ofe tho naI 1I$". The bi further p-
wIo did atten4 the pesnt meetlag ,, eco State shall b e ro
be. the gret a t ore of the 4t4 b mt of a me on 9d to the
eargp co, ambits Maire. .Theyl dalig ts pe.ituas tax-
appreeated fathe blots which might ti pide t boun A de D J.
wbe derived from th advice of sua b bhe iated for the amount
promnWpt speakers as those ln charge e e amount -this fund re-
ao the rrangemetas hInded to code o ter a the bonds a m 'elas

sun that lieOwad te obenefi r al oe ON oar them t a t e .
meting, of any kid, had ever t iN IV i are has ithis unchalleang
tended, obeaue t was intended to ao. ed aast i r aIt e as a thorn in A

o sae amat of aheryand labo ,ad a i the pride of or fir Sout h
that Itnoed toWstr mout t.thn P Is pade b rtakinag ths work Mr.
as S mtor. b te various speakers Cr tor be leaded for hid noble
whom he t M already be is receiving as
ntsy o sliCouty s am ambere smra PMr port fro arll Sn them
oi. o0smoa l me wh ro mna ever i amoan the. ran ks-
a r n along what they consider of the ae s4" there is a murmur
P j linee-aod theyare practle of OWapppb Mr. Clark ootertains the
It aajaoke Inrt o petait*at he will be able to
le'l "e u'" aIV A al po d leation under UF Ii
tt. to ohe ,pr6gitmtie fat. i at&Mi a o early dateU
ort to 4 a llte th ellow thwwaut l t*at it w ll ultimately be a.

,workls ha slsan *d -M toe k fo s, to sP hOTVt_ ne "eR ti, ils.
sh wtP wt re slts 1e..: oanl i wa t aireld i Tleps ft
1 I. bI a .we.d su ie everry A ve auinesyi.ifr Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
bam o llsba te teb edlmosnThr tst Hee Tewre a ntidr.uth..S- -al ..th .10:830 al
hatm ifested by h pegreesivsle h *Worm Ia Tampa jutt dow and 5-a '
Smea also gad to note h that e the p trop s proving Returning, arrive Gainesvill.................. 4:25 p
soel tsek e u as A. Cllson ando t at. yn county Leave Gainestille for Sampeon City, Palatka,
L. ~L matS a teaMng s a deep ba. exhibits at the Fai
ner ina that d*sertMut devotes to A Al well epremteo by LAke City, Valdodts, and all points North' :00'p8
eattlkersaa boae these 5wnte, v lts.AI an visitors to the Returning, arrive Gainesville-,.. ............ 9:2pm
men have sot large sums of osfm Pahe i' arIed for io a most
tos Se lat oa ta d rt to bring the td..Ittor Man wil at- JI E N I ft ie,
steward of atte up b a ise lh e to n hdai Mle ad frt m wht
mO thr k1ow their ota aea and the n a fire-engine6l when ayo
atampa of OetCOl prominent eat tl4 (tef top.
leow It J raesableI to believe that
the seaby Satwoodse cattle Pilo re it i-
eA vtua* i temtnsh, and in their v
pIn wCol. a those or a much higheDr. s o 1 39
gr1d 1 d breeding. a*

Spn t of the iy te danco atme- thelsttt wheno Arrive
hthe rea. m tb.ewhapped by a or e t nhuoa Insttutet A i I OM:: o I.

de1 o taeonrast w perosy prparnlg AVA A LiA, AA D., v |
their stands tar the oemong ro p.
Prof. P. U. Rolf 'md nhis assistaAte IParkfrtsGrMsNOWtosandfrmLive Oak os Peng e so
bwho have bes working faithfully for W- XwoteWAI Ome one aealPanmnom
thb seees of the ltustituateP thruggh.G m m aoPes Amaso*
out the Staw sould be commended OI 0 3.
for heir -arts whrh thoe eoad
am goidg to prove at great bereft and
plogt to those who have the energy toTi Pm MI$iF
atted the.a metis t ad take advaat*
age of th oppdItauttle lasted by
mep who know their biess along Than a frengine wohen your
houe is on fire, because it in.
A Starry of exeitemet was causd stantly secures thebntire value Air Line Railway
in Canon. Oa. the other d he Dr.when
alleyoretnteedst of the ci oJtur home-that it, when

noh h ad ao lw ipe b our name is penned upon a BA VANNAI 001oI CMDENi
omss a ao al rfu sat deoa Tthng policy *or *I'BEN PrINu, RAtSIGH, RICEMOND,

asked permisulos to get bhe clock and g gWAHINGI'ON, BAliIMORE, PHIL.
while Ia the act f remtavg R is t ADXLPHIA, NW YORK.
the walls the posse began to use their I
whips The polee had to be alled are epta Zad It o h bie.fty, t'ho
o t oe p erse Ut. l oe will at once laer, is on rwript of Thre tT Dy:
tNa lie front you. THI K. I
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SH-T'm-ITEMS

Lachoochbe' nb 4o. 39. improved
Order of Red Men, has been organized
at St. Petersburg.

Apalachicola will soon have another
newspaper, as a stock company is be.
ing organized for that purpose.

Citrus and Marion counties will soon
be connected by the erection of a good
steel bridge over the Withlacoochee
river at Stoke's ferry.

Miligan, t Santa Ross county, was
visited by h disastrous fire Sunday
right, whea the postoflee and other
building were destroyed.

The music teachers throughout the
State will meet In St. Augustine on
February 25th for the purpose of per*
Octint a State rtanisatlon of music
lachers. -
The new Atlantic Coat Wlne depot
SDunnellon is nearing completlia.
hen completed it will All the re-
Sements of that little city for some-
Sto come.

M. Brown, president of the Fort
National Bank. has transferred
of hi property to the receiver of
bank for the benefit of the cred-
of tb^tlfti. In tiUe to come
cent will be ald to them in full.

rdhng to The Quincy Times.
e visitatn the oil test well being
ear there report that the water
about the castdi ls warm, those
Jn with their hands into the
-fiding it unpleasantly so at a
Depth.
one evidence of the growth of
d, the aale of stamps at the poet-
for January exceeded the total
of the correspondin month last
by over three hundred dollars.
Total for the month Just closed
over $1,250.-Record.

Oreek section In Tarpon
was completely wiped out by
ay. The loss was estimated
,000. A few weeks ago Ore do-
Sthe. ter part and Tueeday
Sburned out the remainder.
as to who set the fre has

Sconty commissioners
iaseed reolutlons suspending all
work on the county roads, storian
dispoelng of the mules
adverttiin for bos for the dease
co nty prisoners. This action
made ecesary by the fact that
road foad appopriatiUp has been
ly exhausted.

*Y a n '8parkman writes (hat
bp succeeded In having the Com-
on Interstate Commerce report
bly on a bill providing for a
aP ctter for Key West. to cost
ad hopea to seeare ts pea


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are the entrnmce to




nd the lucky men and wo-
n who enter its portale are
y who met the shortet cut
1 Indlependence. Don't for-
at that, among tiher creden-
ds prme.nted to an employ.
4, the sure winning one is
SBank Bolk. So don't de.
-bwing along yor dollar
open an account


DoUWon an


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1903


SIRONC CATAMI "
Women b'fugkts Attempt to Rush
W ad by Rtn Dow Ona titations ,sn. r 1--A r mill
Iad CoOtinU ed Cokb-The Best tant del4t4, ftO* the m., l ent
of w ea u 1ir4trets, h now
Remedy. i nmaon is tAdasb mal : tt ,,trotus
Our changeable climate is very try. assault on t* b4~s*o or(f rnm,,,: on
his to (ain"lVille people with run- TUislda y afteacol. T!" t.mipt to
down constitutions. That's why such ruhthe oa othe c F O r
was fratrated by the wi r ul police*
a large proportion of them suffer from who bad a rth e sirn h n the Fh
chronic catarrh and pulmonary trou- shrek la en, two-hc ,,r !,f whom e
bless. were arrestat for morsf c1nduct.I
We want to mayrto every person In The attatO lg party wastrvtnx s t
Galnesvllle at thio season of the year: liver to the beaose com nons a re ,
Build up your run-down system and elatio 9 otmestti agilist tme "un. Olvs rest to the stomach. Por Indigestion, dypepsia, sour m
your ailments will disappear. For constltutlo aSttoU of the tovern. tired stomach, welak tomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, IvO
this purpose we have never sold any- ment in refuastg vote to womni tax. stomach and catarrb of the stomch A prompt relief.
thing n our store equal to the dell- payers." t n MA
clout cod liver and Iron preparation. The delei atre t eted themselves- avE o d
Vinol. I* tfrnltu.wre Ii ti* vicalnity of the
Being rich to the elements of life. bullnkt a l e thus enabled to get SO L D Bo'" A .LWL D t3l:R.TT (GG ISTS
Vinol tones, up the digestive organs, elose to thpott of attack before be. _____ .. .. . .
create a healthy appetite and makes lug dlsoov rd. -, M
rich rd blood. In this natural man- u -,.
ner st l Is created for every or- Evn fro t Mountains (A T t(rwAa )
gan in the lbdy, and chronic catarrh lnrd's Bow Ulment praised III VOYL
and pulmonary troubles are overcome, for the good It dose A sur.' cure forI EI E. VOYLE, ..
We ask the aged, weak and run-down rheumaism and ll pains. right W. -- ---- --- -
people of kOaneville, and those suffer- Loviga, Orand JUedio, Colu., writes: Atbtracts of Tit!e and fu u iLtomaUtio furnished rearfdnea leadl I the c ousity, aur
lag from chronic catarrh and pulmo. "I ed tllardl'sa 8ow Linilmennt luat masOer bha livll In this country S yeas amnd t bhoroughly ceversea with land thosM
nary troubles to try Vfnol. it It does writer for rh euaatulli anlt can recom- --- - - -.
no good we will refund your money.- mead it s the bt tLiniment on the
W. M. Johnson, Drulgist, Oalnesville,. market I thought. at the time I wasu JI \Jj
Fioridataken down with I trouble, that it
jorldd.t dow t trouble, that It PIR ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE
w-.me be a weew before I could get
--- --. ------- tow etels a numuer of promlent Amercn( nItot >iUt a ......----
age before the end of the present sea- *ht. but ou applyiO )'our Liniment
lon. Senator Tallaferro Is puah ng dur the l giht, I was Real Estate and City Lons. :.: GAINESVILLE, FLA.
the nMe bill lhrougb the Senate.- Ibout tI 48 hours d well on three
Key West CitiUsn..days." old by W M. Johnson. -- --- --0. ..- --- ...... ---i ...-.

It la currently but not offclally re- N Feb .Fihv r hAddres G. S M ERCHANT & C1Q.,
ported tl postal dircles that within New Yohr, Feb. -When r Jobh arle
a sbert time all of the Cuban mall ishdlhs, Jr., a Dver lawyro,.ftllll
will be handled via the F. 3. C. rarl the arbitgetors who are hbearln the
way, $oIng direct through from Jack.- De ri w rw ease here, he wa
s ,nlie and reaching Its des notion P p msted L l a blk e pearl by Deray co
mobh quicker than by any other route. v d Moat, of DeV, whom he is ll
At pqesnt the bulk of Cuban mall represUtng. The pearl Is sad to be
gos via Tampa and the West Oo at~ *tr $15,000. Mr. Hlulhe belu SOUTH 1SD0 IQUAI,. ,* I OAIIYVILL, LOtIDA
only that on route on calling day" o speeh ld Wed Sighet Wpowey an4 le Bk w I P d tako. -e Iad oooer hanee.
from this port of vessel of the P. 4 sken or several heMs eery da
O. 8. in e loin via the Bat uIoo A (O.epleie s*ee oif a, Oe, Os M FleO r seas. Meal. ONr *ee d M
Coast.-Miami Mtropoll,. sad ie. Wea t lYhe RT ult g ood, a t i LOU
-_ eA Gft____T Ire! gnemases emwltei stei n
Shold be anshiae l the house. ad --- --- .. ,
C. A. Killer has a banana grove that wO 1 be o te White' Creaw HANDSOME OOWNS pOR MATRONS
la a lnne-day wonder. It oooalata Verl M te b aorm edlcine
roughly estimated, of one-egbhth et an eler to muer ig bmalty. ThlA An Ifreetive Arrangement ef Stripes T. F. T*Un
acre, and at present there are mr reme i beaming s penrmanet on Silk Voile.
than 200 fine bunch on the phat a t tes S Ar UNDE RTAKIN C
matured and almost ready for markets wUth 41r eI J iong without Steell s llk vole broadly striped I
Mr. Kler wboleales tha fr reari ly a bottle O r Uit' orsa Vermitulg with atin can be made Into a rich
at a dollar per hundred, and as Ithe l t*e M byW. M. Jocao. dres for a mlddle lod woman, says ULL LIN8
bunches easly average 100 "lesrn" The I)elineator for January. Two of
to the bunch the result i readily o a~pd n d at ~,g. theeW broad stripes form an aproim NBW 0001...
talned. Thee bananas are grown In Int AI .. front, and, at the sides and back.
damp soil without fertlllur and verW mer pltd plaits are brought over the satli
little care so that the returns are l jIt' e stripes which show only as the plaits AUgIT o9a
clear proft.--ort Pierce Tribune. e b are open. tmbroldered and beaded OUImBMTci TOMSTON1
_.__ eoans tra au 4 ad bretelle* extoad to the wairtllne i t
T land dirt of tle tortida wi Wb d e*W o 000*1e urtm Is front nd llt below It Is the baeh. s ad o10 ltJS
The land department ot taoo tddhesis edMOo
Ct Coast railway has placed onn ** i --1 A. beded frine I the nds.
hibitlo in Ut. Augustine a la ae p. _A gOWn In o ml.prni tea style is of r sestee M ma ss
men of what is known as the ITrapp t T I SIiO I. ttlculteloared brudclolath of chiffon is Ila. Msa s am sl**e.l eese
Avocado raised In the tropical grove i. wisht. Ahtsrmtely trin*ue with In w iAp h seed sw
of Mr. W. 3. March ten mlles seOth S 1 tMtit y f bnlto f em'hlnl dered flml t lace t1r twtly
iof Mtaar. This grove co talWaghf o pa" hm ako mat isichingo the bruoatcIuath in lint, The Ga0lseve le. 9Perida.
trees feor years old wbhch areow B to a p i p. The fliri wen e on top ofhe ldre is nmade bctw ling by
bearila and the fruit Ie so delletou, ader awlmt areoaly over the Ao soft ruchiln sad pulMag of rhchlff;
ad o -such preat demand. tha It it l ll and dliret w tat is ti*ll( by a ltny f
brtnls per dosen delivered at o .------ vt of uemralld re n pirann velvet n j
depot In Miami. The iure bear dir- MAy Odd FteL heainid ulth deeblred I(arl eIeds *
tI January, Pbruary and Marue, Mi oaflw Ala., PI). I-4 tAhat hade llst1u the cloth The shoew
and this fruit Is destined to be a igrst tI he bm smdve flo Osand sadtl lobe. to Ibe I.r, with tbh frcrk ..... .. ,.
Iaroey maker la the Miami mRest rt WI~' r. of laiiUi, t are of b cult-colrk.d .u.dl, s.d a
_ ____ _t_ nugl -ii @f M large hal of 'wtrsald groe ive with w _-- i. -
eIY mp it Me drolnl llmes cmph.t.e a c-harmlll
ALMOST NORMAL AGAIN. wg '"-' t'ii" .a gg" .nsbr FURlITURE

t *In, teem stud' s T P ITSimple Remedy foe La Orippe.
*m**** M ere' 8"ee" Furniture Sold on ESy
FAt e b t. F 2eb. I.-4itbmsp !,i A IA l griYppe cruglh are anlgerous a
naglli agal T'my UatMsma1 |a teI L* y frrequtly rI*e,*Ip ito p0o Paymilenta. Hhow Case
IS:S 'ctek; both te 'Weslla maoni. roley's HIoney and Tar not Mltd to Order, Repairing
aloes a te Penoal Telae h ar o.a s.tope the sh bet heals a au Speoiaity. 8eU on Comr
rsels. prat>* wIres 3mm Aleese lee r d Sirtu CtitKao tav 'rtresetes o the aag o tal s o*** msrio.
tro ossdetke ; e e:r of tlw sesy. ln It a( relts and be teeed. Te s. *
-v- imredsts lor a re Iti / N ae* Pepe osey sad Tar eolateha SHip hem b b itu -
worea ori r, sad t ai5 Vlr saM ro rm ba ckhe. there i* no harmful drues ad I 1 ir a yelow 4 ma. Ia I
NIte were trme os t the t- ea -y Mwpy o ew e >t r p.** Ifat h ltetitute. J. W. i b
4 e i MUs of ce orerth T e pertet wagy r a t, r th e aoid Mech a i Co 1is W. I lls US. Ia nU s, af


00 cty O oa pma of me agoob575 I- I
an seli__A rcs a; uW A1 mN aLus Wisers
son" $boom serso SOM'w UsS Ie L b., ytroubow ktFLORIDA MID-WINTR STATE PAIR -AI
tMrtg1t bam s A fm. I TAMPA, FLORIDA.
Goo" m.vte is 1 0. .. N3rt
*). A-~ w4 rr. l Lew Rates sad Ceesvnms~ Seheale
11r"1m1. of the GeMsmnofoaowPao ad ofepelleIkouv or o
us-0, sag. sGUEBW: s usso o :ila D o&A viIafIAlMI Ceast Line
I"e- W dl o' 1166"M dIo, T"Wks, Slit ioncrj
-3 rMa, Two~ er thre /J L~~ h
of som57 Willsaw" 0 4*4 0e lo t p" 3km V (InC firr- ih zet.. pls oSo teat@
a* any amep. 40stain thUj ft O' 2TIbu r' 1 frwp all O porsm s# Ifeo ud flcturs Fraes .
OII ~ ~ V" to 6 "IV 11" 1 -'- rAlrrW Ittkha hm~
awei isnto war atfe sew no Muftthe dMA K m @W l~ Stat. Tice-hts 98 soleotIPM point.
"a wbush h a fbimall mam eM 'ciMaata o te crhwh led we*t of 0 Inte drawn
k b enWII the is, ac0 tWS o 1110". ")ft. = wash r#Sedlb tbh erf4g Al fe. aWter.. UIMMi I Ls W K
VeuiaWg arder 5631. 1 wn-illoKwoelissad Pabia IFebruary of
md I do Dom 01 to ram~ WLII
Thmisbl Wy 5salmV. Ye.P "f aW teiaN lime sale Ferm 1. S.4. 4.
of a" dom- jo-: f I. 1, 1,L 4 ,it 17. lnSS eMW

bw so pm ?fe~ a rw Vj n ewa 11~ 0 law row""w0
is 1 1 as"60 IN won rw to 4& V*w m e IIZ
inA"W 4Ook Am& mom
Err ry~(~J1 .: al ;~ ~t'jrat


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4 5

AL. 't. M., of
a pleatseo d ac
iti th laterest


jsio" UyL; with othr
IW I-idh utla up ad
river.
Of o IV landlmi, Pa.,
Ii nalgt with a group of
la I member-ad will go
SJoaf ee' o i Levy county to
a "e thas oomp y of oanie.
S fOur farm s ire busy preparing
mad platJng. H. 0. Oay has five acres
I co f up apd looking fne.
The cotton assoelation people have
I ltween twentyand thirty thousand
Sdolars' worth of cotton stored here
9fr better prices.
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S. Not a Crank.
S ne-I notice you call a good many
S f your acquaintances cranks. I hope
you do not consider me a cqank? Bhe-
; t (Certainly no A crank Is a person
, ltb ooe Idea, and I never boerd any-
, 'lwly accuse you of having oneI-
I,; Plation's Weekly.


La Orppe and Pneumonia.
Foles'a Honey and Tar cures Ia
grippe coughs and prevents pneu-
monia. Refuse any but the genulnq In
- the yellow package. J. W. McCollum
'it. Co. .-OWN


K P SFFr

Are 8 R~die otvs bya a Bet
.ng withi twsoptlc,
ON -PI trNa't log, hbhh

GlEAM WlsE


IXPLOAION tN BLAST FURNACE.
Ore Killed and Aieven Injured at Me.
Kesport, Pa.
Plttsburg, Pa., Peb. 13.-Thiomn
Toole It dead and eleven other peo-
pie were burned In a terrfilc aplosion
of molten steA at the Monongahela
blas turnace a tIe National Tube
somparn. MoKedpport, near here, erly
Wednesday.
The huge steel lte furnace, 100
feet In heilht, burrt at the tap hole
apd fifty tars of Uquld metal dropped
to the floor, accompanled by explo-
alona as It spread and splashed over
th bea.ho and bodice of the .workmen
nearby.
Remember The Sun offee when you
want anything ia the printing line.


o'lI


CASTOR IA
lor nlsatM and Ch&iren.
Tki K Yu Haye Always Bought
Banr the /^T ^d^^'"


Poole


TOm.:


Phone 166.


R. T. S('HAFER, Prop.


For years we have been doing the
Baking of hundreds of satisfied cue-,
tomere. Are you on the list? If not,
It'o never to late.


Who


Pays


For


Your


Printing?


Poor printing is a detriment to
any buisness, and is an un-
profitable investment. Poor
printing is usually paid for
twice-once when you settle
with the printer, and again in
the injury it does your busi-
ness.


GOOD


PRINTING


PAYS


FOR


ITSELF!


In the added business it brings,
in the cornplote sa"ction you
feel in sending out neat, tasty
statioumry. and its first cost is
soon on thli credit sidk of the
ledger. Good printing is re-
meml.ered long after the price
is forOttell.


DO GOOD


PRINTING


Bring Your Work To THE SUN JOB OFFICE and Be Convinced
11. e o vne


A


,ptmooPAMY SUPPwmr.
The Late Serm Did Great Denae to
ow them BSel Lines.
Atlauta, Feb. U.-T loa of the
Souther- eln Telephoe company, a
a result of the storm, is eUtlstd by
eM ooclas oa that ooOpaN to be be-
tweeM t$1,000 and $1M,00, U1,000
to 91U,00m0 overlg t d amas a
Atlanta,- ad $100,000 t1 $1M,0G os
The Amage In 4lam d oasis
win equal that of 190, when 4,000
tedlpheam were rederel mmem by
the ery t the etom. In the calty
to damaeIs not so-reat as It was
then uti It I havier on te toll
la the total rae"tht of
amw r awa .
The UD Mt di te outsde the
city o r o r on the Iooq distance
pole line to arut, wib went down
to ooetlees places.
YOUNG MAN SUJCIDOS.
Borrowed Pistol and Gent Bullet Into
HIl Heart.
Atlanta. Feb. 1.-Por no apparent
reason Walter MoOltUouch, soa of J.
T. uOOul oah, a resident of Oakland
OCty,'Tuelay afterooo at 1 o'cleek
borrowed a pistol from a dnegbbor and
a few asconds later stot himself in
the hart in front of hiso ome.
Young Mooullough was Jus elghte a
years old, and had been In perfectly
sound condition, both mentally and
phbysal ly.
None of the members of the family
can asleg any reason for the act of
the youag man.


By Buying You BIIREAD from

KEYSTONE BAKERY


other.
The lagr
a number


OJYKu S IteWi 14W luc. -
Evidene of RetainI Preperity Say
Merchants of City.
New Yorjr, Feb. 1.-More than
three thousand baers and business
amn from all over the country are ow
in New York with orders for goods of
every variety for the spring and sum-
mer trade.
The great I9quz of buyers wae a
pected by the Jobbers here a4d Is aild
by merchants to be an evidence e the
return ofoonfidence throughout the en-
tire country.
Wvery hotel tI New York that eaten
to the commercial tmre Is crowded
and New York me*oant are In a
Joyou mood at the prospect of as
enormous spring trade.
LONG AUTO RAC".
From New VaYk to Parle by Way of
the ohrIng tralta.
New York, Feb. 13,-ilx automo.
Ile started from Times Square at
11:16 a. Wednesday on the rce
to Parts by the way of Behring
srafts. ~t
The departure was wltnesseld by
a great throng of people and the ra-
cera were allowed up Broadway by
several hundred automobiles.

MO NET
TIME
W 0 RRTII


Corbet are
' at.


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mmmmw


FPOR MAHOWAW ,,
To the Votero of OGalnwMb'i 4 k
this method of announcing x
dacy for Marshal of the City df Q
rlle. I have been on night wok lt
an officer, protecting yoUt aU4 y
nlterfts while you were aaleep,
about three years, and leave' t too
a to whether I have performed
duty weo, and with imprt .
I think I have been long enou b;A
night work tobe enatleddto a di $
aad if elected I promise you a stMi.
partial and efficient service. Ti
for order, . L IT .

I take this method fe ann Mnrdo
my candidacy for re-lecton as
Marshal at the election AprqI1l
1908. I have endeavored to perbl
my duty without fear or favor, lal
would appreciate the support oa
fellow-citilens, promising the =ema m
tentlon to the duties of the 4aoe b1
the future as In the past. TbhalnD
you for past support, and pellItCm
your votes at the coming election, I
am, Very truly,
BEN T. ARNOW.

I hereby announce myself a candy.
date for City Marshal In the eleetila
to be held on the 14th day f Aprill,
1908. I promise if elected to endeavor
to do the duties required by the ordi.
nuances as near as I possibly can, and
I solicit the votes of all law-abidin
citizens. Respectfully,
CHAS. PINKOSON.

NOTICE.
To All Creditors. Le&utees. D)Litributei a
All Per*oa, Havlng Claims Arainst (be lb
tateof T. E. WUlums: .
Notloe s hereby glven that I will apmto
the Hon. H. G. Mason for final dtsolhane a
Adminlstratrix on the irst Mopdayr A.
U. t. IDA D. WLLA
o0t. U., 1907. Aaai


R;'.


WEE











THE SHOEMAKER'S ART.


Daring, Coolnes and Bravery of it Hae y n Known Sinoe the .arliest
James IV. of ootland. Days 4f Civiliaition.
One of the interesting characters of A few winters ago I passed a day
history s James IV., king of Scotland among the wonderfully decorated
trom 1473 to 151. He was athletic. tombs in the cemetery of what was
cour:agous and fond of adventure. In once Memphis. upon the western bank
putting down Inurirctioub aud lm. of the Nile. writes Julius Chambers
proving the'eriminal administration of in the Brooklyn Eagle. One of the
In the Brooklyn lale. One of the
the country be was foremost In the show places is the remarkable under.
ranks and did not shun a hand to hand o lac te erlbe
contest. He married a daughter of ground palace that tbe illtrious
Henry VII. of England and made a Queen TI of the fifth dynasty (I. e..
treaty which secured peace between about 4.;-10 years agoi constructed for
the two countries. He labored to build ber final rating place. It consists of
up a navy and develop commerce and' a great court 40 by ed feet. as I re-
showed skflful diplomacy in dealing member. and several other apartment.
with other nations. He was killed In beswiea the mummy chamber, which Is
battle at Flodden, where his army 'oav*bed by a stairway leading down
was disastrously defeated by Henry 'rou the largest room. Upon the
VIII. walls of this' tomb are the beet pre-
SThose were strenuous times, when It srved pictures to be found in all
ras necessary for a king to be a lght. Egypt. and among them are the 8fg
and to Inspire his obstreperous sub. ures of two artisans working upon
a with some degree of terror. Kin; covering for the feet.
wme used often to go about the coun- Therefe,. makers of sboes I sa-
in different disguise, not only be- lute you: Moro than 4.0() years be-
se e loved adventure, but because fore the art of printing bad practical
could thu secure nformatlonon en estence, although you will admit
state of the nation at first hand. that the decorator of Queen TI's tomb
It s related of the vigorous Baottib was aimt a publisher. your art was
g that once when wandering through grecgla respected and Immortal.
bills during the night he was over- l ed.
n by a violent storm and was Tbe, natural impulse of mankind is
ged to take better a cavern near t go barefoot Every readr can re-
ys, which Is one of the most re member youthful days In which the
kableantiquitlesof Scotland. Hav.- greatest possible pleasure was em-
advanced some way In. the king bodied In a run thrcwb the woods or
covered a number of men and wo- along the shore boenhod. ery well
Ready to begin to roast a aeep or ca Ireall the secret spot In the barn
r. Prom their appearance e be is. in which I was wont to hide my shoes
that be bad fallen into evil crn- and stocking in order that I might
but as It was then too late be t the ompetttlon for the iret
Hospitality from them till the stone *bruse of the summer. That
was over. They mganted It was the primitive man, speaklag up
invited the king. who was un- for the faraway dys beforee we were
a to them. to-sit down and join women and men.


I at supper. They were a notorl-
band of robbers and cutthroats,
this fact soon dawned upon James.
soon as they had fiilshed their
Wr one of them presented a plate
rbhh two.daggers were laid In the
I of a St. Andrew' cross, telling
kJag that tbia was the dessert they
e served to strangers; that be
Sechooe one of the daggers and
; him whom the company selected
s antagonist The king reallang
be was to be murdered, iastanUy
) both daggers, one In each hand,
plunged them into the hearts of
pwo robbers nearest to him. He
dashed out of t ave aand made
Iscape, returning a. soon as poe.
with a body of soldier, by whom
Irole band was arrested and pub.
hanged.-Punzautawney Spiritf

A ORAHMS ANECDOTE.


Don't Put Off
Until tomorrow what you can do to.
day. If you are suffering from a
torpid liver, or constipation, don't wait
until tomorrow to get help. Buy a
bottle of Herblne and get that liver
working right. Promptness about
health saves many sick spells. Mrs.
Ida Gresham, Point, Tex, writes: "I
used Herbine In my family for six
years, and find it does all it claims
to do." Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Using the Fire Buekets.
In many bunlness obce fire bucket
are placed, filled with water, In readb
nes for an emergency. It is msdon,
ays the Sclenfdc Amercan, that a-
structions for use are pinned near the
supply. The wrong way to tackle au
Incipient fire is (usually to burl the


wnole tcotenIt or a DucetI on me spot.
Man Whoe yelled an Evening Per Most of the water is wasted by th
the Great Compoer. means A heavy sprtnkling to more
g the Brahma anecdote which efectve. The water may be splashed
olar in Germany this one was on tbe hblae ty hand. but a more e-
b ted by IFra LuleF Poh. ful sprinkler Is a ong haired white-
liked Baden-Baden and took as wash luash. One of these abould ban
pleasure in a winter visit to the beside rery ne*rt of fire buckets.
as in the crowded summer time.
to knew this wbh they Ia- Special Announcement Regarding the
him in 1876 to com ad direct National Pure Food and Drug Law.
of his w0tks After the oen-
the friends of the master atem. We are pleased to announce tht
at Goldemen Krae by Invitation oley's Honey and Tar for coughs,
oberburgermelter pganer to colds and Itang trouble' I not affet.
a Egla of wIe." The session ed by the Natlonal 'ure Food and
logi. tbt gradually the company Drug law a It contain no opiates or
smaller. Peeetly they had aU other harmful drugs, and o recnom-
except Brahms sad Coraneli
iBAf hmaandO ornelius mend it am a safe ron.*dy for cbil-
Aftr swhe eve Brahbre
atd ome ad h you c. dren and adults --J W. McCollum A
eagerly agred to adjourn the C o.
Oo the way bome Brahms Odd Chang.
his compalon, whoee name he "GOrabblt has stien up tank clerktng
not heard, "By the way, do you to take a preino i, a coailertor en
thWe yomng director Ruberr'' ta electric earr."
re you inteasted la him?" be ask- "at that's an odd change "
bway of nalwr. 'Odd Uebano? tirw' That's what l-.
ITly. Adolf Jeose thinks be duced bim."-Bobenlsin.
sot oely great, but geal. Don't you
hibm' Let ever hrd stag Its *ow se.-
I know btm very well. He)s an ar Denl h ProvertI .
t. coselted fellow, who cans do _- --- Ill__
and knows notht a." .....
-.e plsrte -f the wealag wasNow or ArtuCealroW loe NA
Holed by this harsh opilo as to a Dam I-Dwo aurmnI1 or cwIAP
wboma Brabmo had made up bL -. tLAws (W r aIDA.
ato lle. The net morning he at- e e "r* v*s t u u. A. 3 i
rMedd. with sone others, a breakfast p-- -,a n' 7o T IaS
It .eses whber e told the stoy. = 1 oimnwA'S e* mA
We had hardly Isalbed whee the door amadesm4 fors ?fort 55 o -
appe d ad Rubmer walked a. tw* t"Sbe Ire ewren
That's the man wo slandered yro rw *wA obe41. S re W,0*1
Mtrad" sad Brahms, Bad when o ev. "o N Wt w m.*. S **
Iryberly lauhed b e sumpectd wbat ins o' r"iN mn a s sawe
Woa tot t him re on as the ,amt :ae.M *ruSw ate .ubeo tilsoi
a recovered. I roo eda o Law i* *.d VS a e Ieei
ise t he. o 4Ir ut t ue A D I0B
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A Deb I At oAermtie"t W 5 a5 4
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Tow ie.w- Ydbut I do it r Ives ', r Am. ATir.An 1iP TPa
I'3la tr et gIo drew .ad tuan r DlEU1 U Ua' TI.u *AroPc r al
|w wbs lubernay pefesepe at all I M, LAw" o rOiF n W A


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Office over (aneerville Natiron.l Iank.
Phone 100.


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phoso3M, .Gatesvlle. Fla.


T. B. ELLIO. JR.


ATTORNEYsAT.LA W


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BAKER, MATH&ON0 A BAXTER,
ATTORNEY -A T LAW,
.. SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY,

GAINSBVILL2. AlaOhua Co., FLJ.
08 Int Hjaymitso look.

FERDINAND BAYER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,


GAmniaITLLI,


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ATTOR3Y AT r LAW
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Orel PreemIe. All business ProMlpIS
*t0euded to. 00 9news, door to un
osee. GAMaIUlT II3. FLORIRVA.


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TROM W. rlDxIIU


CLARK & FIELIDINO


LAWyern.


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SOAtISlVILLIL


.PORIDA


IALCHUA COUITIMII


Aime seooSega Is SO 400 we" Ma
area, ha haIs e Mlosailroad 6
Pl am r ftd U -% ---* IY
m itsles febool pkontp
aaaf D saw sa illw M tor O sean
= 'feer nwsgpopoes, "d pro.
dam e mer, echos, ris, seut
able, vro, pta14es. pineapple, orol
sages. paches, opesplaw,
6"G. sad all 'kinds ol etib


B1niI1e, the County SWt.l
No Iourseeoburthso, two -wl-
s.6.l$, the Usrerusiy of Ircu. I
r fes shls INWeDow-~em
wamtook~ra tram ele etile
sloe, eteroe weUed U u5S5
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FO0 JitT 8.AILI G 3L.&0 -1C WXEM
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Jacksonville and New York,
OCallag at ORARLEISON 8. 0., both ways.
Ti rtt Gteubl Iin the Coutvi 8voIGe

Clyde New England and Southern Lines
Preight Serve Between JAOCKONVILLX, BOSTON Iad
PROVIDNOE, sad All Bastes Polans,
Oaling as Charlate both wae.
BA&-W DZ3ET I- J1 BA XIITO'g S
Souikbound.... ..... ..... .. ..rom Lewi'Wharf, Beson
Sothbound... .......rom oot of Washnlgtoon t.. Jadsonville


Clvde St, John Rivr
Between JACKIONTILL *and AMnronrD
ditopino aa Palaika, Astor, Bermlord (DeLand), and Iatonmemiatse Ladlia
on St. Johb River.
Steamers "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE'\ end "FRED' DE BARY'
are appoinitd to sail as follows Leers JACKOsurNII.I3, daily except
batturd)ay, t I:a0 p. a. Rotvrning, leave an rom, daily
iotpt 6( ndaysI, aI luiO a. m.
p- :7-. .-
5e44*e, tIIMUJ Li Mtmhrd
aeve 3:0 p. m................... Jack aville .............. Dui 6:00a. I
nve 9:00 p. m. .................Patat a............... 1ave 10;00p.
Leave 3:00 a. m...............A...s..A tr... ................ a 4:00 p.m
Lave .................l.ererford (DeLand).......... Lvo 1:00 p.
Due 9:00 a. m................. a ord........ .........I o 10:00 .
Due 10:0 a. m.............. ..atrnpr .............l...L 10:30a a
Pasenger and Tkiket Offe, 181 WNt *ay Stroet. Jsheh ill
H. H. RAYMON D Vice-Presid.nt and 0onerml Manar. New York.
H. I. MAYNARD. F. T. M.A C. HAO 'ITY, 0. P. A.,
Pier 34, N. R., New York. Pier 36, N. R., Nw York.
L 8SCRODI, C. A., F. M. IRONMONO3R, A. 0 A.,
Le.sburg, rFa. Jaoksoavll, it a.
L. D JONIC, T. P. A., JOIHV PENDR4 T. P. A..
Jacksoaville, Pca. Pier N. I., New York.
C. P. LOVELL As ent. JacksonvlNe, PI.
Gaon0er OmIw Pieor I. North River, New Torl.











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(Use te IrFy-olhoe. Mor Fay-huolr In
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ATLANTIC COAST LINE

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nations, W ym nourpst Ticket Ag.-uit,
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NtsEC OIAL SAit "L Ew W"E

l "n '. .. ' 'I M death It tUessaerts are flarored with 1 00,00 .00
-- blue RLath Vanilla. eI touches the A Paid Capital Stok f . ..............
m1 btie ai B IVa nat t ItT Ce k tlii exa ipot. Eared a urpnl and Profts..... ...... 8,00.0@0
eted )by Or If M warranty aad mortgage deeds, chat- eourees more thas ....... ...... ... 60,000.00
o ... LLY DARLIN tel mortags and labor contract for Isdlrvdal and Ba IDpeup average .... .... 1.80, 8O.
PERSOaNAL AND lSQCIA ITlCMS sale at thLi oloe. Price 50 cents per United Staes Depslt .......... : ............ 1 500.00W
Sdosen, or $1 per hundred. N-er of Stekh rs.......................
SThis celebrated Wrought Miss j r. Riles, one of the ea-
What Has .Ispli ad Wat s Number of Depositors ....... ...................
-t! oo to t, mt kn ~ Steel Range is adopted by elt clerk the a the United Sates land
Gol n* to oln pofH Toe.M ho' t t rw "a office, hs goe to Tampa, where she -
graphs 6o T)piOt Weh Rsns May everyone as the Standard Bme, ha ose e to Tampa, where she
gnwill aoWa4.d the Btate Fair for the next
Read" it i rTie su Range. Hundreds are in three or e am day. W lWla ys l ptlty if Mi "a b"d ta mAtet d mlit
Old mmewp014e fe a at The use in Gainesville homes, Attoney o. W. oofeld has gone mn ii s of iw r h t Cut me.
ggg ggg ai to Invlenes for a few days. It is n- *
im t for cra and not a single instance of drto t Co. leld, hav be- if( fam e bm ap i to yg, w* mt W VS a slare of P0r
^H ff e amo pf ~L -- a case of dissatisfaction has ome lmoa ra with that lively town,
ow Oro Dw has denied -to locate there.
- ys A. Metes of Williston was la ever been known h decedd to locate there. i
t ~ie t. yet C. C. Ivey and T. S. Dorsey have
k wrr s fr j gone to Jacksonville. The latter will
pow for rale at thisl ome. too "ULT 0LUMI IR Nt Have meet today his niece, Mrs. D. J. Hines,
0.e for Derie t this roeture. fm a and daughter, of Louisville, KY., who n at onl I anK
0. D. Derrick has returned from a I gtim IPg utti expect to visit Gainesvllle for several
t~b.uslneas trip to Jacksonvlle. weeks. "O C0- the Corxer"L
reh Ottif Coast oysters received and are as perfect in opera- Agent W. M. Bullard of the Sea-
dally at Reeder's-only 40c quart. tion as human ingenuity board Air Line and his brother, Clay
SI yo have found anything see If can make them. You run Bullard, of Keyser, N. C., also in the ,
a is advertied It the want column. absolutely o rkin y- employ of the Seaboard, left yester- W EDDIIG PRESENTS
S Nit e pineapplet only 10, 15 and 200c ing ly Do risk in bu- day for a brief visit to Tampa and the W D
Nice pinepplo-only 10, 15 anud 200 i nga Lily Darling" Range, state Fair. WD P
Sat Reeder's Fruit and Grocery Store. glU arante goe with Far
F. Dav, the trucker of Rocguar tee go Foley's Honey arn Tar cures the
Poin, was tradis g in the city yester- every IRange sold. most obstinate coughs and expels the For a Weddling Ire;ent \\e IK-lieve you will agree with us that
dy y AI I AND ,, 'I cold from the system as it sl mildly a election of oin of tie exii.-iite exaimles we are showing
y A laxative. It is guaranteed. The gen. will t "ju-t the thing." If yovur fancy turns to Silverwae,
Friends of 1-1. A. O'Neill will regret n s the Th en Cut 6la.+ >ir .-Je\elry of any ic>cription whatsoever, we are
to learn that ho is sufferil with un is in the yellow ckage.-J Wuite sur tt )on aCfounlt .o f lt r ('complit tock tand most
i e t h N McCollum & Co. / n.-asnablle prio-w you will Ie glaOl yon faturud us. Beautiful
S""' Hardware Trueoeart odirord, representing tty Cut s %atr ,lit.or 0a .8, or a sterling Tomato
Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Feaster of Mics. LOBai Hardware Co. H^r^olomorts & Co., wholesale druggists, sil, $4.6
Mr. and Mrs.O. 0,. Feaster of Mica- narwar 0 Truehoart Iloditord, representing ....
nOl)Y were in the city yesterday, s olomorIs Co., wIhole ale --druggits, i----
gueif -. SBavannah, Ga., who has been spending
guests Pofri lthre I Pt ure Jerks y croam--any quantity. the past three or four days in this Square L... C. S M I H 'r F
Mrs. board Outhrle and 1 Ht ine Grove Dary; 'phoe 439 city, left yesterday on his regular
tie TJlggpin of Hawthorn were shop- route of a week or ten days. .
ping in the Hlty yesterday. Mrs. J. 8. Haisley of Ocala is in the
Mrs. C. It. Carter of Ctra spent yes- city, a guest of Mrs. L. C. Lynch. Remember the game this afternoon Alachua Camp No. 6, CONTINENTAL
S Mrs. C. Carter of Cltra snt yel between the University and High Woodmen of the TL TI
Yesterday in thi city as a guest of her H. O. WAeavr has returned from-achool teams. Ioth sides ate well World-Meets tonight
sister, Mrs. J. Fletcher Hill. 1rief business trip to High Springs. Schot teams h oth sodes materal l at 8 World-Me H tonVighti nM
S' trained, and have good material. An at8:00,n Masonic Hall. Visiting b A ,lAN
W. It. valley, a nuccesn ful phosphate Ilananas only 10, 15 and. 20c dozen exciting gaime is assured. At the ball brothers cordially welcomed. DR. J. I UA
miner of the Nowberry district, was In at Reeder's store, West Union street. park, beginning at 3 o'clock. Adins- M. DELL, C. C.; L. T. ROUX, Clerk.
the city on busineHs yesterday. George Reynolds of High b prlngts slon only 16 and 25 cents. ..... Orad Fler-Next to Psteea.
S Today, and today otly, we will sell has re turned to his home, after a brief Grand Chancellor louls C. Lynch W. E. E. Kates an .wife of Tampa Coneneatly Located rext Prlova
o elect Cedar Key oynters at n5 ana business Wip to this city. and Col. Robt. E. Davis left yester- have arrived in the cit1 and will make ,
S 40 cents a quart, cash with order. B Mrs. Guy Sackett of St. Petersburg day for Alachua, where last night they this their future home, residing with Not "the oldt ank in the city
A. Davies, 'phone 9. has arrived in the city, a guest of her attended a meeting of the Knights of their daughter. Mrs. M. J. Cannon, the oldest established retaurant, the
Dr. W. F. Yocum left yesterday for utnt, Mrs. 8. H. Wienges. Pythias lodge,, Grand .Chancellor North Arredondo street. Mr. Kates Il best equipped, and the place for ladies,
S 'Tapa, where he will attend the Hon. A. H. King, a prominent at. Lynch made an official visit, and de- a 8plrltllilst, andits very enthusiastic. gentlemen, and children.
f tate Fair for the next two or three torey of Jaoksonvllle, is in the city livered a most interesting talk along He requests the reporter to announce O V fE 'The
days. Mrs. Yooum has been la Tampa on a combined professional trip and Pythian lines. that he would be pleased to meet and O YSTS Continetal
for a week. visit to friends and relative. 'i he Oraves cottage, 308 West Court talk with any Spiritualist who might a"wtyl sol.
J. J. Jones, one of the oldest and W. B. Scarborough and family have street, which a .In process of erec- be In the city. ,WESTERN ST4AKI, CHOP",
i met widely-known citizens of Jones moved from Pearl street, outh tion, is rapidly assuming proportions, DRIPPOD 'COPPL
lle, was to the city yesterday. Mr. Oalneevllle, to N. Lemon street, where the contractor pushing the work to A Regular Mala. Trading Tieto
J ea is an 41d Cou tderate veteran they ae n6w pleasantly located, ompletion a early as possible. This We do nt
ad was looking after a peoilo. W. 0. BoltlU, the clever rnllr will be a lve-room cottage, but the We 1 ) .. nornbugive t tbe i
1 of th Coe4)ola bottling works in plans show that at will be one of the a poeibie t g reasonable price.
this c4t, as arerned from a aces neatest in that section of the city. pel pp for ptle. served us
ful bualneea trip to Micanopy and Profeasor John R. Benton, 'f the 5 Per 1 W e short notice aspoeble. Evethloe
other olants. Department of Pbysles in the Univer- S CM U in wseasn. Open early and closeains if
Saine ville ___ _____ _____
The lty registratIon books will be sity of Florlda, will lecture at the 8.. S 0WS dim A Ifs e' am
S opee t the oace of City' Clerk J. High school Auditorium on Friday. Each lnsertioo but no advertie. _a,, .a
HB O&* ffi II. Dell, ta the United States land of- the 14th, at 2:30 o'clock. The subject meat taken for less than 30 oenta. Six
DeBl ec Se, from Pebruary 13 to March 13. Is. "Bome of the Curiosities of Rotary words make a line: no fractional lines, ACh Ab t
* UI U Ofee hours. I to 12 a. m.. 1 to 4. p. m. Motlon." The lecture will be ac.- *evry word over eaeh six counting asu te ea
W. B. and L. B. Alexander, tw.A well* oonanlied by a number of interesting sa additionl line. CASH In advance P M oe ... w a
known ad popular traveling en, are experiments and will be open to the must accompany all orders for Inser Pros; 3 ,.i Cools. tm.
knolu the city, The former is selling ton this oumnIN VILLE, FLA.
F H 15 pants from Haltlmore, while the lat.t The editor of The Remphis (Tenn.) -
ter handles a line of shoes from Chl Times write: "In my opon OR AL
ca---e. poley's Honey and Tar I the best FOR ALE-Black record carbon type a y 3oaSlS?! ao tl.
J. I'. lamb, a prominent attorney of remedy for coughs, colds and lung writer ribbons for legal work at SSl2rma..1 soelers ta I i-
I)r. (<,. S. Waldo, after Live Oak. was In the city \Vednesday trouble, and to my own personal The Bun office. may sad all a Ina tag --l .
(lily it>Vo'idilo delAy on ilrotf,* oinl ubusIu,,es. Mr. lAmb knowledge Foley's Honey and Tar has -.. 4J_ .u. immm a C.
is reli y l>\(ll re rts hb' t 'wn growing, and t, accomplished. m ny permanent cures FOR SAlE--Snare i tno. hr,.-omc -- -
is Frea(Iy Kt OIlkil thle lath e Oak is yet destined to be "the that have been little short of mar- case. rich tone, cost $5()--ell for
T of l1s now o(ttices tol thle -metroi If West Florida.. lousy Refuse any but the genuine in $1,o. Address "Piano." 8.m o mre. a
itie7.ts ,iof (?ai.8villo and lion. J. T. Wills. judge. of the circuit o McCo. o E- EL DORADO CAFE
Vicinity r. Wr). Wl llo off ,s court fwr the 'llhth Dtrlct. returned The work of placing a ,lhtetlasc -----rFOR RENT. I p sas


strlCiy hlhli-glrao tlonI tl to his home at utarke yesterday, the front In the store occupied by Royal FIRNISHED ROOMS for rent. Apply lW n u"e I O 1m I
work at pirlieeo far below the sporwal term of the court having d- Cook. corner of West Main and U'non to Mrs. W. J. Hunter. 400 West st esemot b"e I
S usial hargep4 of other re- Journed for the week The court will treot has begun. This will make. Mechanic rtret.
sBjOsilblo dentists, yet thtern entvenc at 9 o'clock Monday morning, wher completed, one of the handsome. OhYSTERS-Nothing but Ocdar gy.
will not I) tlth rli hAitest Miss Tucker lioulware. who tor the et 'etore fronts tI the city. and win FOR RENT-New five-room cottage ta fTEAKn--t*'oie Western.
'i. the Higpast year has been one of the popular afford to Mr. Cook a great advantage South OalnesvUile Apply at Bolr CHOPt-Any kind I can
s fulc lsladies hf the store of J. Muaas.s. ta displaying his goods. The building war's store or fut oBe. A
on, Vit oIf you want anything else', sadfit'
Statilar i. E,"very pi~c of has rtlWn*" bher positln. and Is now is owned by J. P. Baluknlht, b) whom R NT- you wnvenro, hinog rt ad ot'
WOt K ii (tIrARIANTEED with the blndery department of the the contract for this front was let to e'r RENT Seven rm hou. mod. in t-. I'll Rt it for you.
alld every otitlt of lalStl iAl PePilmr Publishing Company. Miss 8. H. lfmpsy. ern imlnrosemelns. ciy sewerage; By tle way, you can get a
tlhe iLt obtalinable. f 'ITckr's friends will miu her In the Epwortnterta nt. -ahorhood; I ur blocks from
Ktf lXt oll y ,ipwuorth L.ague Intertainment. .q"nr" AIpply P O l0 117 --- m-p Med fr 2.
Spro; ls toll you this clam .ss .
Sf dit work c t I Pennly Copgmand have received The senior Epworth league.of the FOR lRENT-Two new houses, com tlc kentiy for 21 maity,
f ita wor tino he from Matn. i(a., ten head of imi First Methodist chureb will entertain plete witb bath and sewerage. t Quantity and Qlity
giv i :tt Dr. W 'tiitd' prices, rgltsterfd Jerswycattle. several head Its members aud friends this oewnln heart of city. A l. one ai-room JI)u Ltm e partirlar abotsl -
t \.-iL t to hij otfikt' Will of pti, and a number of chicken at the bome of Mr. and iMr 1. J ous four block from square Ap Jyour fl l is cooked. you know
B r adily 'olVine Y ou to the and expect in a few days to begin a Clyst. at a V.alette prtt I ply to R. E. Voyle. Agent to .
Scotlllry. u, d ladustr.s in this seMtion. bei g a .
butter ad cs (farm. It Is understood -- -
TW lftm l iro that they w llo not Isl milk. but ue C M CO HYDE. VW Prm H TAYLOR. C.r. LEE RAHAM.
the products of the cows *xclu isty
for th manufacture of butter.
B Eari. On 5?ntar awr< ay In. AI-
"i P" fH t my o b FIRST NATIONAL BANK cainesvine,-. orI
ioiat lina a tooth without a parti- Wand Orders for Lauber -Amy
rC- tit Upa I one It Isto aUl m il or v1ictaty
....-- w....teads dl.a. sy bldn It t ie 4" bm Is MeI TA stin eTSmw"
... fure .Amo N re ter o h ot! ____
U E OITI m St oR.. ror t .. at ...... .. -- ___
.... I,, .. the a lb araut W, gi. We O(er Uexcelled Faaliti and Up-toDate Metho" d
i lli further from tow. WhWa order-
to-
Sa Mn .P.. o srs on e rm. Ia n or mu PROMBPT--COURTEOl'S--REI.IABLE. We 8olicit Ywur B ne.
ove.. '* **r MIA rigrw nem
SOak Lumber CompW,, Fmo Pamubm i Mm w b bdi TO.
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