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 27, 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: VID01218
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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OPV.CAR4-0PLAN.

0 QlTOR #GATE -'~n of te iserPeWe Aer
........ I HOW CI11 6eb. 26.-
Ieh. OnAMkTM. f 6-
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Go 1~ at" ayn that as GS
mrs~t p~n~itrl itU SM 41prW of
SSaW LAST$ TOIEE DAYS NWPM f the us" of t00
~@Imbeeg eIIY as pftna UY
PS Thnt Am KdOON0rs An' AL. N Pkm he eI"nG Owavrw two
n~~y(L7~ Up.1S r ~
6nding,0 CWW Oeut~u of ut. 0&. Is breq, %f ampftasa a qa*
MrWW gf gq"MMWneMQ of as #160609%r WMals to take over
a" 1 hm se, oru e"Y as pomelble,
t0t elum of the etate. close may
eakingem. deO. O.W-N tas eq t" Oth e us-
eP Me, triOt aak pau of 60 1'~'~'L 'u" u a
try altered here Tbfaa. U4y to at tempera
the soeveasetn of the plev ierll am totmea
MOatOodree of tM a lwtkm ft I pTtM SC the company, It was
nad aouiatls. TMe ocjvm' SON pouoil, ViII be limited to all
wi9 inl seeha three ftV "d P Cest on h WOapta) dayeated. all
Weettap/wll be ab.ve that bemng devoto to public
v ~tmP6ont.a Metbo" nSe or sme other ague*.
et uob. wMlU e i* Owing to Soa&mount of other bust.
WM2 be 4e.1s,&Lt. "-no"fut om bqK the gorermr baa as
.'4 be. e t GI atlro ng towat'4 chiylng the
eoaeeUea will uIn is it plc. lteo eet, but he has always
seartmest of "Pertateademce Is Sees a wafta for tonpe*f and has
mibveatlo. ,MWIew Upok In regulating the

of PreidoeRt roor, loose closing thenm hat a day on

ol MMli Cest" w-l be the reeW User# redeem the numbe of &,
ahWeoas, end at 10 o'clock at night.
ate.he Coroorar a lery of art
a t OAO H 9Poorsa of artITAL AND SCHOOLS.
hbe flrt "0".o0 of t00 StlOmal o0p. f M S P At.


Ulon was called to orar Tusa4y
Predeut rraak'B. Cooper, sp*et
ident of seboole. Seattle Wafh.,
g restna were extended by Sero
of Agrclaltars Wilson an4 Ipla
wn United 8tater ormislos-
edueatloa, to wideh a rMsoue
made by r. Louis Soiden. M-
..nd4t of the St. Louas pubUI
Is. "The Baevtn of ltee nad
ya ft Scool W6rk," u wa

afteroon program provided a
um oa "'Ie Place of lads.-
tl Public IDMcatiola" with dIsau-


| I Iteta by BIehe Nelten.
SAtlanta, Feb. A.-Amother hospital
M&t two emitarles of eolleiate
red-- se for bof anrd one tort isr
-*f to be nstabllibed In Atlata If
phas being ooomIdered by Bishop C.
K. Nelann are consummated, sad the
lhtop thinks they will be.
This aanounoement of the propeet
ta howltal and twfgachooe) thr At
lai r aispM e o ftle leeAopal
church was the notable feature of the
celtoraUlo at8t. tPItPtpe cathedral of
the atoetth lvemr ry of tho con.
mudpug" Vel~ s toono.


IIIOT AT tk S7 svksce to conttuilem
RIOT AT WSODIN4. m t he biop's crtserrilln witA
yqIV lmpe~tve. lTh' 'e ot~
0, jetties. Chat ma dt es t the 1,; ae by nI
V55d In lFre5rfANI tde ma mwenhr it ,I@. c'. ..s '&x
Ma. Feb. 26.-ftW =.r 1pr obably the f iw .1' ., $-AP
44 In a Inasno thts Is is I Wto Tere werovotisi.' rvtasY
fIaJ. tt, MAN Mt-Is. OiN mmanp4 a.,&a iii iolus.
cI0 w. were savemlwYmesy ;rtI. 7 ,1 r "al .0 1
em"i~ slmstly htsted is a -kt n( a -or ** '.. ifAtlanta
atWo Istls hou olf h c- 1 a p MRrv.rtiug.
Zftry TuseA1Y Lais. -r-
usked te easd of fst10)14,is CALL FOR MONCY.
woe of isee Ko KtaI
p rotrs wers the L i sas Tfra't SeYsrafa Ie""is Ne" M e o
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FORCE$ PA! UFWATTLE

Whether or NAm a bpuI 4To Sup
plant tf tMerey, It Ia enceded
Thnt Pt*.gi. Is Seef tW Witne"*
stewm, iMM.
Usboen la. 6.7-Wiligabr nort~
a rembie Is soon to mponat t the
Is &Mou, i g ~ralel
IY the "Bous opinion t11 nal t
Beat Mtn a Will witmeaw a *1.-nt 1%
ittical strI.1a t wtbob se # oI 11'
uonarehy y be he viaM.
The comparative trsazsiflty since'
the umaasloatl Is simpy a
tax opwUIsh cbloh te for"e w tic.
march oa tioe get land and i'lik'i
IR V overbamnt os the siM au heI
Ing mualed tfr the cami flay, (:It.
bottlteebIeq which le willhUb'e cc
The amuse of the peopllc 111t ,t
country ua Iguorst namheh baIwth'r
to been eatkoly ndiffent r o tolm Ix
ROtIcM b&Wa Gpichh'bale eon., 'l, 41
the 06pI0. 1 ,Ib660 fWr politica! jear
Dowe is F~owe mi, ml Ue ep"ul",nI


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and to bgin as a *trIrtca coautgtutiba.


&I otvetricn. but, above all, to place
Jmaelf ls their halnle. They want
him to tnact the role of Deo Istle
the father of CarlA. who. for trwet
years, rei(6d over Portual but 41d
sot lorTs.
tnder the prrent cercumstaneeo tbe
course of the king is daneuros, m-
amncbash l hae placel the dUtIusee
of t there a In the band. of ther of h
e*r ot the two discredited old per
tin, me w1hoe past prevents them
from meeUtg their adverrteee n t e
opem a1da o polttleal disouesoa, sad
who the people will Inlst ment be 41e
clplinad.
One act of repgreson will entall
another. 'I cry will be raised that
reaotloo bU come and an epioetmua
will be laevitable. In this event tae
throne may be compelled to o.itablii
a seond dictatorship.


BULI PiFGHT FOR SAILORS.

Offiters and MM Iof American Fleet
WiltneM sItiting Centet.
I.tmn. Peru, Febr o .--.T1'n ihon.
sand spectators, more than hlall (4
holnm *ore ouffctvo d non iof tthe
Anerican flet(, witnanesd a thrllin;
bull bight Monday afternoon.
Prlsident Pardo and hi staff noe t
pile the ro)al box, an4 thd a.4inlulitu
box" were killed wih the higher ol.
cars of the hitting warvipsL. ktrlety,
too, ua proleinently repreeft ted. and
the speIctele, froe Itart to fbinab.
was not duoo IQ e tohIta tten. The
dangn (of bull ightntg wenre raphbk
ally IIlstrated, for bthe Brst bull In
the rlng tomed the eMfh4t ata or and
disabled hint from ftrtber work. The
Bi)h bull gored the throat of the cave
O d wutlalotr anid he Sas carrlvI
bleCillnK t, hisM qiuart s. I II t il
IcIkly thai he cran rirvlve.
Tte piltwicle 4f ofrt(er'n In niltf.rni,
1adt a I n oe lnUS itlns aIlll pitoi*'l
hatp. im t houti atllir.d for so.w at
lerncol)n rerelaion, unit thousandals f
Mall1r laillic' iet Sioiln il tutW rintK. ,* ,
a br'jlAic't <,no anId ailrIln l h i A -)
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PLOT WAS LAID TO KILL HIM

Oead Pi4et Wase remirly ImlMeed
At PateroM, N. J., and It Ito s*
Ilev e me May Have Iuengrro "l
Enmity While Thee.
Dever Colo. PFwh. St.-l the ro-
blalag of at. Distbeths' osarob on
Monay. rendered neesary by the
a lasesiatki att the altar O BWaday
of I tbhr Leo by OGuimppe AJlIo 2T
only were pra) rs raised for the purt.
featluo of lth temple and the protoc
tion of the orfle, from any further
dwi'rartion, but suppllcatio was also
made on behalf of the anMels that
he tmiht be ivasutiM to releat of his
rInb d"ed. This m.nt imprestlve
oeimoay was witnessed by but few
people. It eonsunIMl nmre thm an
hour, aI at its conaclu~sto, athe
Phillilps anouaoed that St.RUllab at
ouuld lagat be opened tor s*Ovne.
Inurnfd Ahtafhlet lSamity
Most of the pieLt of the Roe*e
Lctbille churoh I11t, lU eity believe
that Father Leo Melortehl m ark*u
*.4 l n from the tme he arrived Is
towa last Ai ust or eM bewre, TFe
ded priest was station previous
Pateroa, 14. J.. am4 t IH i obe ed
that he ma y bhae Itenr1i te -lI'
ty of the auareki thUe *a that S
plot was lai4 to killU beft )hape pf
or to ) is lelavin Plerim bt tiat
the mnla4inery of the "rei' flatI to
srt Iinto rluntli murder (until AUo er
rUtd out eaterN,
A wtunan who wittnaed the trlae
dy tlt a pnruminiet Uatholle priwt
that two weeo M40o, durtlng an mar
11t1., sile Maw two evil-appeariai meo.
miil. wif whbon ahe bUlrves ws the an
mi....ti, stlA sllng In theo ilt of St.
C.isi0etrh'm church. They wre etU
l\r, iIr I lo w flo th, ilt uhe' sW oie
N( hIe I l b1n m1int Io two P rioLater bo


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I 1 11 1 UpI r ide of be I I 1 5 4 e)1, a111I4 t Ihm ia tiutlnh el imr a'f h ll b I llm
i emr guseheebyt tf WoMmiRt'@ll.' ,,r Y.r toward rather l. ImsIn ryemarhel
thes .i'-% i itthe sate W44s, Y, A, I1 a 0 LePw tme. "Tha the MnA."
urn border repriue bith ranteed Med sr nC~~
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he i ana orl, bm tb#9rrk~a 1u saE,,A .r. SIJL A AN INENY ISrA
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ad O At>e 644, a"" .4 ato imte ety, w i a I 8y JJWl of V L X JylNll
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1.4 his regular appolotntmut he,. quite a move) trip to him. He apea a .oe or da vwmtog the
ady anU d delivered an lntereAta Ur S that eUoo th to ~taot tSS h 1 the k -s ps uants -Ma rtI. f Al e & uL Ja
onkma. to a laroe and apprea Thvrey, bHBr to tne "w ithhe p lM., no abn | OA s
P.rch S.at. I opcloo a e opT. With ha.sade Wt "a bee"r vInlt hea | old CYL L t CAINESVIUJ U





to hae a weddiaLmr soon.wil ly aned with the j feettto a I thun -sltU towe
the policMa Isus of the da. H e Isy the one wek, for that v tsese othe M a orst catm o tn
loqult of Newberr attell no ded p rn ot rhi h wlli rwll mNan at 3 W, eolp a Co, Ca It nerda
o tk tC o ere od crowd a b w holute aBesn to rsetd At*iu
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[n e use remo r i d ea .s u . sat T u o. u a es a
IVW VM m Lif and .,, rl,,, Po L i a Accident '* *
MOe rn -ale to * t h ea a w. r sw
e[ kaW ^of meyra wield (buA, wk b I do.. A i 5. Pu Vu
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a M eseJ *' Tom a amem &w&- W I wW. M. Jemes
Mumi mela0 red sad Ga. M AI


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Ir. N*^ ** N**wh*y. **, H* ** ..S.OU Are As u red .'
-ad b either. J relati. bat t r 'o. O*ru (M- s -ar .
a "*i to the ot Nd me t r. Mr M s awMr t0. A b t Mus )a W es &"* ***,*,, < - -
k' m If ey te* Wrmeda e- rIM'"- *'. aite to eOA W tbhei hejg .* | m. fP I ?
reff f wa ef. ws4 see0 "0Wo ool air
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Thes"lo Ob11111' 'ibr
Oti bet of which was "AIhrm"
Dr. em 0WtNPo wb^ 'a t '-:
6iEDIT TO MANAuc I TENCH comenw atr g In.U aaSgyIlp '* 'a la
.- share to the r.o ihl'. e t I:;
Wa Almot tolety Thrugh ih IInglanrg abmol \labh &a* Id ,'l :1.
EIrW sas d i .o mT the Dsla yoper atle oeM. tI1 is aWtuale xc-
EMy a"d K TItot e Dplay IIquloito to tie muIal .it'b.
Waa e d. a U6801^ The saaber that tight he -a to
Aloesv, 0e W~eked Up P1e. exhibit. have brought town, theH w as
Tht et h &B I* HThe wW e ," fro"Tb Rch inT
Ot i 9wwu u&MAM- eram" with U l U IL and M1ri
*owI Ml atw AI oaiU l M1a.im wme4M d W. S. lPrib4tea tIp *and the
Dw d Mana of s tua Jo Ipie l r a 4b r atag sThis t a goeis .tt
. TI .W throcag the mnNW of PtWkt aIaMmalII.' a rmab a ms i s thrt B1 Saturall.
S Ol4le- oUaty a awlr oownGd, ihateS Iti to as t lo .rit
prito $00 W sor tav te St Wlta aI M I mI I: e~t IMtege b.arw- it Is one
pLr "Cr oounty a Mdte pto "nI sA e rotl rr fmr t o tb ow that ogs MUn help
.a tmbea. My dotor sa an opem- but whi tlar thai heard it
I at the St1at P. The prim wer "n was Ase vlt doom I bad, and IU hlet me eofO the b nmmenda
rarded bi a oN oeft ompetiat oi vwhl I cm ot thoe et an"di
d es, after a m ost earit rl te r sT e benU eased y L P ta kha 's I "T he O r* et O R ag" w ith l4t 'ut.
110 sad study, and 4 was d eided Yr d .wI decia R. olR,. sa the miats orsi%, as
St Aleba was ottled to the prte bettl I was better, andl ow I a proaby the beet =601W itau number
om tW set f of the State. M to wd Irom na mal standbtat t he pro
a ; ..... "w y wosaa suffering with an iram. This show what lMlw'r %ar.
naefW Te Is to be all UMthe h tnoible hold tUke Lydira &s molat'i ca ,n.ct. sad Athe r'htilt
ire eaawtmlmidw, by resas of the PiNhS's Veetabk Compound'. Ca be Immlm w ma rnh IrIc
t tha ha wra st ts. Vtio PACTS FOR ICK WOMEN. and chorus d na military ra.hin
ilSade .54 alam havi t noI 1r thirty year Igttla E. Pblk-'and set as ld down n io lthe sl.. n,
ncI l a*itnMa fro h the Beard of ham's Vegetabn l Com1'muntl, lade the opea would iodue
nty OsrbmlioM er, or from say from rota and herim, Ias IheI theo Th lae. audience that atleni .til
ila source. All *bo saw the x- I tandatnl rnudy for feniule lh i .
t, wh of,-i. .the conet.peaks well tar
It, whieh was of prinpnal y an ag. l1dha iaptifh alvvrwdth.us.ntKl ville w it Is toe wo opl t 111 ;t
iblturl hSWr, bat dlvaslBe tha on f hol.&v. h ir.rl r bo t I displelment intiint, dlcera. da lie Musical sa id lA nt
E awardedI t.hatIft I d'lsp'did'"d tk fio- Mo tulnorl irregKlatrtit, ('Clab wi l suIclteuty m e ar.d thr.wt a .t 1 bie Omrio paisn, ba(ka(hb, that lhar. In tbr work to repeat methee ,...
iesIt a ronw nI l wo t A4-downf3e0liir. l1htu'l,1f<, iilipils Ions at t beot Intervals during t1,.
au o lack lt Of teres and hard tixondiineawsorn('eotl4wil)r trutiton. )yye
atthow who had It In charge. Why don't you try it Hie c,,d- alh dl"oul ..
Sbemaue the exhibit was not do- MErs PInkhan iuvhite all ick
tiag. The ,assagw and bha asi women to write Iher or r Hli .s pwItwith the anter' ,.,
t .nto efIshe hlmo wuled1 1heu0~"a. (to wasI no dIUllety with tim he ,hljt ut. 1
1etf a fto be rasSn thisd or he lth. Addrea, Lynta .lns. ter and illmstratne of Uunt i .alh
Ssmoo stu e .orts I thI.s dire...... .. talk on Ibi Ruwapa ao i u It
t Wlatly with no neourage-
it. elp bitho r eeo.rae TUESDAY NIGHTS CONCERT. was. appoear U espelily ejudl b%
Mt fmn publIe source. no- the male pa tof the aidierm. I 1l hd
Sthe M al mlstoesi notl Exlerpts from Mr. Cadwallader's New mval IUt lle ilustratlomaoft ., ,itr
tola the Alao county exhibit Or H lagoy" that *eemed to ma canu- terll
was oamplCoes for their ab- Opr Highly Pleasing. abl Infment.
L other county displays, not- OGalnesville's musical abllitlet a*r Owtla to the Ptretme holir.s.nr e.
saeng which wer the S ea Island beyond question. The tremendous of Mr. Daytoo. and the uforitunll.t
ad ay. Of the latter there
a as.umr of alte of nec that attended the rendering noe of the rain on the rof ait ie
a ,emnbrad thbrttee vs a* -f selections from the olera written tium of bli number. he was unable toi
wbkh ttrected the admlrts by Mr. W. E. Cadwlilader, one o oour IrB h hli p) and be awdr.
of visitor from.evers et ed itlens, nd entitled 'The Theb imber t wbhl Myr l- l It
w alo s ing dla s f cheers. put Gaineaville to the Isder was called on to aeb.t MIls
fg ials t forefront of the rlorida cities so far od I0i place o( Mr. ble. Th.
E i f at. -awrdias its musical standinI Is concerned Drw Is of E ve." howeil tht Mr.
o t le r oT eintst w Tbe local talent respmiulble for the ad"& I r' Wapabhlto wer nuot
S T. vi arosexbrendlUton of the various numbers deo Illn t t e work of rompesing ai.
S.U _tot l. county pri..e of se rves the highest possible pralie. 'onirehok Ulve aU oaera a4s rhe
a, a costy w awarded whilee the chorus work showed ite re. e but he also po0.ed the
SlaIes aat sul d t dlrLd sult of careful and able training on ability sand vote0 to stp It 1 M ri"l
m I dus $ f h tie partofllr of Mr. Cadwalidr. The th ar prts iltatiat III'pFratim .
--In Pro c t ."a o rhestra work was especially fn* ab This au brM, whm the ulp.s Is pn
ri t. bdL t mi bt dilay wasM handled with sit accur'iy and a dO 60d. wo-l < eww1 ftvo',a bly with
iI t Ikgmti a bo.t dl Ian prIlato tha lt was particularly notice the usual tst whlob the l-adta so
.aLs a aJor Tenh wa able hi the Ilrt number. "The IFiale."'' prao a tew o have ia INi rly every
fl ma ri s ch w0 for from the cd art or til opera. Tble lht opera.
Padho41 dis1ay of paul.: *u stUon ha come fronm numberT of ee. sei
r t"e larg and beet directions that a large orchestra be a"" it wwld eeea that t. opera In
I SSIs. ci woreaO o e51m In I l the city with a view of its 4tlty ight be entitled to a
.' rendlnt th music of "The Scheom. pIe the ght opera w l of the
eleive priacipals and chorus; or
l ioot havlg borf the eond at "ID u'l Olmtmt eared ae of e
J* "FPale" (the rt number of T ee s M dat ha apd r.e a Ists
ars lht Inr iar), with all oi stlK Tvs l s per ~sal ""
ivetefo r whioh It alls e OM H.o SI 1 W.-m Co. ua-sr
ser r o f the ase Oe S SB e*iredis IMs
aN c ts, sad th s is o requread E
psea r a bem lgU| lte ery heavy sad e

... bi N mad. The mtbre u1
|n*r r -.rpa is espe*r3 ewa ltire. r
p the aest meuaw


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The KInd You HavO Alwe a Do ad ''iiiq a.ich
Ia ea fu afor 8o veroyewa w hm Verne the Rpluatu1%U. m, t
and hum been niwado mauuer his mpv
Alleo me to dweclve yom in t& .
AM lOamterta th weibob and .miamgyrtb. h
Iut mm Chm-Upeueae eadatExperhma

What Is CASTORIA
out is ak haiwumisftbmotor M ftm
gweb DrOPs and khhum Sur.,s IS I. J'ham IS
Its qp tt yy Is he ~ 14 destroys WInes
-M b" Fe 16camss Is w Dirrha mad W1'
MI& It T*rve TEethiToMubls, gurc Oemarr
amml Iarem- to I aJela s the Food* r mleam tO
Ismob aad Bowels, gTu h eatbhy ma mal ,deep
Tb. Cld(bI9ns_ P4Lag ROOMh %Other IFrlea O'5


OanuIN. CASTORIA ALWAYS
eaun the 0lgatur. of





The Kind You Hae Always Boght
In Use For Over 80 Yeara











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Cot[op, Stools, Bond, Orald, Proilsions


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Ilim'li Office.M: 'allaliaisCe, lAke C(ity, Iiv, Oak,
Madison, St. AugtiUtino, U(aialtsvill,,
MiI f 1ice: 16 lura Strect, Jacksonville, Florida
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AL em asmAs whabo utt thu g* a he har
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'bee M' e ti h m BLLARDSNOW shLINI MEWT00
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1 t.i t 11011f- kel1 he ut4 aS u a r? ta ab"ees .. vWt bsw ardvh- es lm a
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|1 ii ,oft h jebin & ,f t* I wB e m e r.the e e oassag t to tGoveir-
(^ row *toth Moiieta Une beeto t^ a nor Uevew onsI e1splis 1 AT. D SI IOW LINIM0
04 efor* lvto o bom Msk wa ~fam0 8L aes Ull. &S
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ma Irwt$4t a aa **4*r* 0 ea gg -Iat *a""" IMee e YU&m



A rNr I btet aft.a" u Leve G1wvle for Sampson City, Palatka,
i81 be0 sevt Irris rakd se a t ed a ~tw Yearstems1t6r e ast
via"to er"4aS L"ke City, Va*dost,* and al adpointt Norti p
J01, pots at the seao s ?es rlasw


4r bea bitres as D-eef Ill anse, e.ave Gainesvillfor Micanopy,- Fairfield and o





Ma **i*I tex s .M nu ne: .tat .4 s ior J Cutler, Sept L E. Barker, Tail |r.
0 1 a T06i0 ai0ght ls1rady eleh4d as 'psh u M a s rne^ the U e.al.l. of te..W4:t0
.. eat that he buled with other geewrs trlet of TBaies.l wbltch held hal a Q 1 r (
s-ated a ttge Wgefw. a ta istuIo al. t



Mk IM HW I t t hese ab latkte of* 0n0- --. **- ff .-b- *-b M I
Pb.. Me rs Sek a as 0 #Atats W bs Is blMeeed IsoCitisot an d alltinsth.-




a.. G Ie as o ** *. rs EKE Mawa iiti I : --
to heMi C weese fore.. ti-e san divulge." IIW- n. r et weM PM PM PM rA
... 1a A' c io no b e S M-- Most people do oo r*eallpa the bstar m-e i ....... ..JuTe %MG........ e...s.4 1 :
0The "gislh a w"e-tb. o* to .A prouMowat w #yer emarked to ela locreatad rdemarkabO prev q. a w p tLE .' W p6r D W
hee s r e w el4 be ta the t tte"r Ovemoey th is wp asMtYat Wie k AS r tbe .... ..1 d..." LSS L
g $Itt ee at it tep ple"* a a tevermor Jonatas pa lr order are the at Ai"t*ana prire............p.. LT 8 Ly a l
e*t rve 1m* 06 ts1"* It M e'oret (for whte he M ftost common come e M stte s Pt for s o. s e s fre ue see s s me
ate p4rsato u4vWmLb to 1d aMt af ye ar flUow the hterMi a Uii, Tlttthat pre* n se ss
Mai, ed his attestlb to vtor e p'rl mn t la d). tihen te vpir, they are Lt 1?M M1IL* ^.iL*u**IIO
ththe. T TI|3N ine ypb erc Btze d bphy- as A s-
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Seat dia4trMi miter serto oVal r1lrt.' We mya to e 0ato owmM SE ( llpg!D
S eight am to OCaips that the i on ate beesow f t to tihe ste 'Kse b y"es.
tee t i al todei t the Uis it mad that a mier Stpe eraUuoar eJ T s~eJ web bas
IsUte a k~ics.dD tis m t LPabIs teNI. pssret a ar af. ereUltat I remy IEoAn UI IAoR P )






trIte. prmia m they hU ade The s* falme arvr wish otria rheauntiona.
r Ss3 s 1ele4d thw e hen atBet o C iSinA vek, kidasyuivrwm. Nl a er A Ir Line :R i Alw ay
11awoma o brt people do a" realist the .h ........Iin ay












Thbe "Grad Old PWt 1ha evi*ta t w W this wehi. el every ^ Strt of i Ui yr aewg
| Tr e itte be- d for the etol whe bi to that bwea ek tMbt thboct reas and r k pLSoi or I tr AI
Wbm~kr IM pVPWQ mm1 be a bar- %bg wee"y tbesinge"t of k af t. Iinat.r4~d












Slits sad the brukeown of proepieity Gowerw eghbited cosliderabe "gsi efecta (@o1 .et liquor, wie or
ask anir tna Se p, B.Mim 5e tMU p o of tbt ale best, andg...t. .AVAN.NA .OLUMsA, CA MDEN, )
IA #aO W ~m*. u d, w ~l.Sh HauS u tH m t as]^T 1.06 IP
tr resoderd. It thedJ tiw tT
aaaba -~3~ .d ~ d s o) w. f. nar a ?"a"... Park for an won to m Ua0 "a rr as*WI aBOas















-;A sat7w dseass thtfpr e-sowO N eanImth e* ADdLPHIA, NEW YORK.
wrthy igebt to a star the ra for No 6mp lstba the o "dIsh" ut sbre the eet. Sotby dreg
r1 4. "*I U n tle a es to ar to t e ta emes a fn Mr. Shyam'sa *1 gs01in A0ft4y-eera m8s4 a 0d o *
tK i s tnattsag that be IS afai 4 to tiQ as PrsMeet. V k is le a
& lu hal t Elwlt.gant Trains D ily: |ne
Sca rst assured that tf 0e 41 *MOf Qiir Utr thht =MW. AS r. aof ton s 8 a that
p lat athteo hen wsl he a hardt S.ei U 7. |li.i a& . "SEABOARD FLORIDA IfIwhTTe I
D1 maa Ir ylr 1 tl I~blrk aad ata tr~t t 1lpit oc~ fr~lit t bL riM


OlW to beat. AsM w WOfurl droy t"he .V 11 a **
sIn an sion pWAr :a^t o "SEABOARD EXPRESS9"
W w .. m ass t% se sa t t ,Ltp t WIN' 131%f .V hyU rgft ht fth
Word o men fr~o Im Iv h1Ingta th ruw a*s whtw s e w "Weirts I u -.. 0. 1 K., T epKt *S l l UITT :U
th. hr tor.A. % w **ytekO .trm .t m Wm .'at n. e .? s.v. SEABOARD MAILT9
nmtrler, M&ha )ut*d tah Tt bOwsss, (Yktw MU lrk be _wd s*xvW i __**_
Obe propmt bu m s epsiabts pl AJM n
MIt fomth the da e. the i o
.a tgfs li k*. d. fe. asr R. O OwwnUdo Modern Pullman Equipmi n
IharNel' we t ow ewn c ad QRU to PP The go" a% w me P
To* ehas**a MR's C*aas

Imefley. and a to tbka m "enitb. ROtev tW gh 1t4 S Afgati an J0a"oi to New Yor v0
of e d ured y semth He hmot &a4 so M e l CDa rn-' (a L e I wrv --te ble
mai 0('s< et **ss ae t mu d -YSUM ir mrmt rn o. rvanon aca vte -lc
A I" i1 Hn rAS < U y ^p __ _ S.. esu.. ar lmd ('as o Lesa
SOm be srwit a.: a%. sn AX Jeat.vu e 13: 5 p. :a:s
a" a* tow ym opt $UAWh Itb takto- 41mmhinnm ase s emw
4wmtadeussft arw"ies








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Iffil


The two banks of Laurel


Hill have


been consoMua4e.
A Chrtab Club has been oransed
to Port Pierce with a large meamb
siUp.
The Paesecola Mardl Gras oeldbra.
hoB 4G' borth next week, begannag
iodayMaroh bd.
-a-
Sthe orLda seale Collee at Talla-
Mbass., report* the enrollment of
Shirty for the bring term for teacher.

It Is etlisted that $13.000 to
$15.000 per molth It paid out at the
little town of Bowling Green for phbo-
phate labor.
Bowling (reen it aoon to enjoy the
advantage derived froi alive, up-to-
date bank, a a State bank Is soon
to be oransed with $20,000 capital.

Bradentown ha taken a step for-
ward. The town council has doeided
to prohibit the running of cattle.
borse and bogs in the streets.

Mrs. MA tioP erlae has brought
salt for Si00W dIama against the
SPenasdo ee Copaway. The
Bsnt I Sbrought as beoonat of the death
ft Peter Perl, sa of the plaintiff.
who was deltroseted about six months
ago while la the employ of the comn-
puay. The uit Is bed uponalleged
uas~ogee d eareleasne of the de.

An artean well Io now betin driv.
en at Key Vaas whlch Is about the
senter of the Key Wst ezteaIloo.
and If the well Is scoeesfUl the
key will be made the bda of a treat
waterworks system. The work Is In
charge of a Oovernmet expert ON
arteisan wells. At the present all
water hur to be ferried by tank steam-
re and tank cars from Manatee and
Jewish Creek, te only points along
the entire Itne where fresh water is
obtatabe. -
A yo.aa, N. Amaden, a





BAINEtiVLLE


DEITAL OFFiCES

M ad Wo".....


Swn b~ ed we* a.
saw ~ 5 sig.o weekui


p(iJ mds- ube

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E R'S RDHAEI
Presr W8.elet RS Murdarer on Way
Rock Hill, B. C., .rovr
Weleet. wll-- brother ,, ,,n 0I In l D
a w t Kerhaw. LOOD LLED WITH I
Sma by Barrey Mob!,, s'.it nnd In- RhKltua tism cornet fototl .n exess of uric acid This W4
f'S aCs INss BRIFt 1 tmo0 if. s tantly klled Moble. 'ratn as It cirlltiin:; thlrouir tih system acts as nn irritant to
i OOaf Nwre O d Pleasant HI nr c.sq, ,hocs annU timues of the bxly, an.l pllucii t
tourist, had a heartag in the mayor's Both men were on011 "r v frn~ m aellii: (of the joints and the sharp, cutting pa.ins ch
court this morning on the charge of Kerhal to Laceaste' r. a pro'e:lln ease. When the blood is overburdened with uric actid
disorderly conduct. The evidence die- ary hearing of the K. .tr.4 t ,ie.ly, weaker .utl: more acrid, and poorer n nmouriihing quality
closed that while the young man. with Welch gave himself i !ti' r aiorti tism icotics chronic, Iad not only a painful, but at fi h
other company, was walking along the tiee at Laneaster. 1' the rst ousdisease. Sometimes the heart is attacked. the genera
itroet-cu tracks, a B ethe electric th the en a d Iso 'h other and the oils and Guids which lubricate the anm cles and )oiatsII
patrt-car trkk. Itchlr ihe teleetro the *t r I,,ttt ,ndl while by the acrid matter which the blood is constantly depolitiul hi
plant. he me t t switch rn the hais bk in Wl~he muscles shrink and lose the r elasticity, the coating of theo
track and."just from bley ha ,,l hard and tick, and often the snferl r is left a hupelee cripple
curiosity. I to and litted t Ito' said, took ,tance on his attacks the disease at its hed, goe dow Into the circulation, sd
up the levet- and dowm acga. 1rotLers slayer. 1 t1 nn are of ilatg and nemovingr the arie acid
Prominent Paoh b rding u th hifall
I didn't put tldow %. Ile toke o t th r an:s. cloodation and building up thk thblra.
ai tioush thent he YnKo A t -^ p e blood cures Rheumatisa perNnistseat
as though tdwrt inch or teor ATH TAKES PIONEER. 8. S. change the sour, &lbaetl rdesed
pce. I didn't know whether the I 4 to a rich. healthy Stro whieb quiWq
switch was to go clear up or not. aad Old oCtilmn of Atanta PPas-e Away excite d a e health M e tr whkchbl ql
I walked on. Did it purely out of After Prelngrd llness.J PURELY VEGETABLE muscle and Mt-&. -.4 e a .s
carlioity." There appiwared to be no Atlanta, Feb. St.- lrur\ T'). r.. system the irritatinl tt i which i
Imallclous Intent, the case hblnl one one of Atlanta's be,,t kinoun pioneer thep rain an inflammation. Belin thebaeof S. 8. ofarrnd Mtteo i
In which the man's Idle curloalty got citizens died MoSdl:t. tnihot afner a oout It your hl.ul so that the coldad dampneaso Winter winl not Mp
the better of his good sense, whieh, prolonged illness at I;Is i ,tnce. In conUstat pain and mierV. Book o Rhenatitln aend aya mdedisal
however, did not lessen the liability Mr. Tyr wai tbora ,ss 'ev, .ar r o fre. THEB ISWIT SPECIFIC CO., ATLATAIi
to serious accident and possible tI- na Darhourvll:e. Knox c v, K'n-.. l ,
Jury to passengers who might come tucky, wtlere he livet ui i'tli t he clt
along on the next ear. He was found war. partkicitfnl in ,n.m oof the
guilty of the charge and lned $6 and bloodest battle of the tit-re. itriutgtle,
costs.-8t. Petersburg independent. and was know by s rads a
one of the m Ioit ratltnt o We Are Ne w Rersr
who wore the Iray >'*. raie to
The Treaury Department has made Atlanta anid made, it hW, I.,t11e0 m),n
Knight's Key a sub-port of entry, and after the war.
d,.,a ,.e, l omot. FALL and WINTER LIES
a deputy collhetor of customs ba ----- -
been appointed to go there and take Regulate the boA.l promotes FALL and W INTER LIN
charge of the customs office. The Way, natural movement, cures constli
tate Board of Health, the Marine p tio-Doan's 3 hepltg < Ask your
Hospital Service and the Immigraltoo drUlst for tbhe. *25 '.ts a box. "
Service must also send represents -. -
tires there. These together with the UARDIAWS NOtCE. m g a X
Iteam.hip agent express agent, tele. Notke Is hereby givr that after $ en' Wnmea 8 an ChM
graph operators and necmsar doek poblieaton hereof on'o a wek for U
laborers will make Knitht's Key quite fou urdo aie tenda to hIllu. derllira-
a settlement. Necessarlly there wll tUio to Homorable II. (. aton, Coun.
be an opening there for a good ree ty Judge of AlAhete, county. Florida.
t, a s sto order, In coa~ rmlit with l iectinon
things. A few years hence Knlght's m1a, Oenera itantO n ,ft rkirldta to
Key will be a city It s In the very a el the right. te and Interest of
heart of te fishing district and t William N. HIarr, ml, ar. li and to
will furnish many attractIotm(. the ftoll, owing desriCe unds, situate,
tourists. There will, of course, bbe a irt o b. c, t, y of Alach
demand for a tourist hoted. And no nta I and 4. llulc tio, Town of
doubt one will be built before not NeWberry. aS d at d deed record.
season. At present preparations& are *d o p 1. 4 1. Itco rs of Orders by Mail Are Carefully and Promptly Filled,
AMabau county, P rl Is.
betln made to use one of the krge l~t Blck W ow of NeS.t rry.
houseboats to accommodate the tour- Norhwest qgtlte of southwest
Into who desire to stay over there.- quarter, leetion U, Townshlp t. I outh. A Complete Catalogue Coverinl All Our Llns Will B
Key Went Cltlien. Range.14
Key lestwt iti. t quMrtar of northws; St S Free Upoi Request.
qur s election o0 owuhlp 1., south.
BRIEF DeXPATCH *=o 14,i4. esta '
R- All that fractotual part of the
ire at 'olo deavtroyeA peepsoutheast quarter of the soutihwOnt
ePre at t 'ohne oefr0et~pm- quarter of Section 4, Township 9.

By agree"rnit only a perfuetory 30 er, by SttaInUft.
ballot art taken In the senatorial rs The sostaweet uuartr and the
,uat.er. d. ro..-avannah,,
Monday at Frankfort. Ky. Tetw to w y setoartor, =sg 0, owuat Z. "-- V
ftlutto l: #b* 1t. so". li.,il II. eat.'
remUlt.l : Blrlkam, 1; Brdtey, 1; T: Sri all ef Ot 10, lu tIllotk
James,'1 25, Town of Ne*iterry; wbkh saidll I .
(a(,rr'e Hall, a flre41 n, waU kIJn half ef said lot ,. subject. bower.r,
and six firemen were Injured dela to a Imnotra dat hl OCtober 3rd, 1)07,
a fire in the six story block dof W ad recorded Ma ', 413. (W Mortma
Davis-Smith Furniture eompaay, at Boo k 44. Ro ords AAlachi aouty .
Taeems. Wmlh. The loe wifl ip r Isa and lce, pUg m Ue fore
aie $260.000. olog descried had (bo-e certain
James Dun, for twet Yom ddbld m- of Barry's AddiltI to the Town of
elv41 engineer of the Isata fe s Newberry, a lpr Croston's survey.,
ayw, with headgssuar Toa t, towI M t:1 -W I X P
died at St. Anuatle, vi.. Whe be Lts i and I th, rest, sold to W. It
had rone for iss bmea. Io Ne i s .i ge -- \t JACKSONVIL, F- "
ly1!. Uvad a?' it1 u--uia Yo. vwAt JACX SONV ILLK-
ly Iwd is or. iOate, Me. Pt1ek is.
A special o the News fro M nb Lota I and there. sold to Rich .
tlle says that Judue W. N. Taft I- ftfd Isekacm. a5 pr deed or page Si?, Now DI:rc
,acceted a rU Mw er r S t70. f ,, New OAi a Da0ly, 10 e. r. to 11 m. Ademlss Ue; OShiWrg a
addroes before the Bar Aes .l Is .
s to 0ad II ie oee seold to .
whik meets in chauttsoga Ts.* WalkeI, s *''ed *t ea d o a *
May tl. as sad S Deed Baet |.-rds of Athu e
The bous eonmlttes ao ItotIfAte mo ty. IF uds.
sad foretr romumeree voted to rept 1* 45 and thereof, saold to
faviorably the Invertlag btl, ,eig Mat Wlim, as i- r dI0d r0w ae d oa
for the Inrreaaed pey of ewleys aI t 1 ra ?. Rord. o
the life svlrtag perviee. Thes M Ablea, lat I l an tock 4., Vitblae
seords with reeommendttS M ad- of Waase. acm,rr a to plat of aame
ae 't. pr..lIet iL a reaset teig made by Iergie 'O! apIet. ellil a -tBS
to cussseas. *M., las and t *dug Is sortese 7
A -- S*.<^ ".**. M IKACHEY d Nthie AIR.IIIP--aPly FHg
Wl A I,.o ^ S asf nt ws ty,,,r II)lt.E .HhI (W, Feb. 17 to I22.-t e Th' ASstsdd
...."". ... ,s ws? -t mof l t S i Stck rant, exh ,iit Hnil 1W oiler homn on exhlJbtioe.


kW cm bw~W mate SW mpg 4d "W.SCjw-qW oahp*4st we~ ON smV ibLIV8- aftflO '4110W ctwom e ~h, *-e j*9 8 leA ?surbIW4
kep oba ud A te $e o r* O W Sotil 01h. 0i oJ $ ,t118 34. T1DObkp vhe.s' Pv, Ike-&.,Cal. ,6d, P06t, y, IleU
adbrairlitHOP WA 11W108A N& snw sm1- at$ a ap s60 10, $23I sionfri
yrame ant ofil W -anevo es~tson4dMANY FflOOK1%'tIV Wi. 40Iowta4'q0wue A*109* tfgemese T110
am 1 9-. not $r!*u% 0r1, welLes. W f ....an'l et. rms go. zav.I,. 'ao towl 1b 6 r .h. Pee Pugwiawre" foeeINS
1 be" a battle of ft o the m ea" W s .. I n1W south walk' tot am,, ImL4s. "a 40",
hQesmw "rup t V U d l li dS ttomy.' '415 uds thele. ..e . L -
Ow taikorfmy .ato~wbt Sham s.tb 5a pro too(be ha it ofif*.gl
As# almm env t timg at aqpeW 7S Gu S. M ERCHANT& CO.,
Of SICkLOON.- Isaid bF W. IL JO~bM Vl 01 t gfetrww
lo t mdwsy M,: 301:1 kit kAd mw Sm4 ad Sd* b
lp170tws H'f s t4 t. 6vf.-reitdet se 060"? re. -w$0r~ 4 lrd' tplbei*,-*oc
Pu.-.-'. c rob. :4, S-ovis 04001Ilya*, i 7 foe** 1#4 yov
~r,9n ,~w~o~r )W~rl~. "W* sumC~n* V -'r a 40 00*1 44 lpo
A..~r : :~ ais lb. l cit
'"i"tytb 1P~lkAs am efin0 To t o tq d Gr rocerr
ly.e i- u. of 1 T. HL T D Wm ayr"t& plat t t ee* 4A The
pre. wr weao, 7U1 m u"oftp (-* .-t Al&" lowp Ii 4)Tlw
"mr med SNe mad "d m -f -. a-4
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11.45.

CttM Letor.
,few. York, Peb. S.--The IsaMctmo
fbells statmert am the ooom
mpad world's requirement by Mr.
p wast th sigal for sot what
ie naatmool advance I t the oo0

T: he market opened eaO at about
Sports below yesterday cSoe,
fp the news that Iverpool was bu*y
a started bhorts to ooerlna, and the


u m mn


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1iLmad, mgsto'
a 1w~


Mhiakey of Merf


tws* Y.i'j


sh t6 ulssa a to

^Astolbasst Is &d6 to bom v -
vI, a brmitu is eo6hae bee

A lbby
O"M bo. sloddas ft dw bmak a"
0 0be it m o t f* it rWNW$
Vatw de bo' worM asditob
~Ir4to esfuring bumaalty. Thbs
i bebooming the pernaan ,
Sture ed of buumhold. A mother
w"t hmlre at goset lalng without
A battle S D Whe's Crem VerMifu
is the hoomeI Mi by W. U. JoW.s.M.
0 -0- -.-


kind we ever distilled and
our whiskies sell over =4
t who ws satisfied with the
s s---that is why we enjoy


lot bwrvs o~Y

wer tbioewa be
4. go a a duto
"townw, "Nib"

tk I "mWOMSi
gria 0*i.. ~ Y

jA~pt the vrrUe tMI~l
'Yor Tk d4IWes. IN*
m t salK 1
rpi'edrr Sr`I sust,


'r --- ---- -- -- -W, -- IR-;rrI~~-
lret responded ready uader -- _ __ ,L ... _... ,& .. .. __ _. .. %
ad buying by the bull clique. ACCICT ON TP OUTLURN. .I CAL

throughout t da*radan Bad IteaMdd Caused Derailment of aJO S EP
market advanced steadily until lorida Llmited Near Cork, 1, ANNOUS
in a few minutes of the lose, Jaok G.., Pb. 2.--Southern Jac n v i
nprofittaking by the ri trhbo e a a Adver uaemet1 nder this hetad, not
ad sliht receslon, and tae m r he fliile- sautof Cork, o a., a t 3:15 exoeedin aDse I nes, will be public The Beat Known and largest
daosed barly ste nt, at hit ad o'elook Moday morning, sad fve pe ed one time a week in the daily, Th Prc Not nclud Ex
0e obou 2 oits whm ws we tn a jud.Cund. itn one time a week li the semi Charges. I ou Wat us to re-
ve points of the P t. Mid- The trt was runa at about 1 weekly, from now until the Democratic pre a f ou wat us to pre
Suplands were quoted at an ad- rile an bour over bad setion of pImar o n y 19th r $10; after Y 7 a foows al 50. 2 al
ee of ten points at 11:415. ver- w rad wh the eastue was derailed, April lt the rate will be 6. Cash r Ga 4 a. $1llon.
Jl is due 6 to 7 points hlghpr tO. The tender turned over, as did a dead- must aoompany the announcement In Extra Stas Rye ............. $1.60
-rrow. and It the ngilsh market head bagge a r, postal car, regular every In tanaa i eor Rye .............. 1.75
Nteta his advance we expect prices baggage car and combination baggage - -d an Rye ............... 2.00
9 a sme hither, LARK & CO. and paasse r ear. FOR SHERIFF. Bastland4 Rye ................. 225
..... None of the passengers were Iajr. At the earnest solicitation of many Mryld Monogram............ 2.50
d, but It waI reported that Pope Cu trisdf bt hotut the county, I an Roee Vdlley .................. 3 00
ouce office of safheriff of Echo prtngs .................. 3.60
bereo, the express meMener, wa MAlsebo o ty, subject to the action 1. W. Harper ............... 3.50
bruise, ba able to ootanue his trip, of t primary election. If elected I olace ......................... 4.00
A wreeklng aad relief trata was eel amsen the people that I will serve 811k Velvet ............... .0.o0
front Macoa, and passengers were them flthaflly sad Impartially. Malt Whisky ............ $2 to 4.00
transferred o this place anl sent a / P. 0. RAMSEY. rgiaS Corn ................. 1.50
T wTsp ne aCorn ...............oo
to JacksonvlaU, The trat l COUNTYlMM ONg. Northba Corn........ ..... 2.50
left Atllant tioaday morning at 11: es55 p oNetflly nom em aMo ...... .............. 3.00
o'clock ad brought may tourists to ndiate for ...re-detonAs.. n Tom Gia ....................... 1.50
lorda Coman-aifser from District No Loau Gin ."..........$1.50:: to 2.
---,-.'a.proae Psame faithful atien-ton ew England R moa....... 1.75 to 2.60
O tY PRAISt PRISID NT. of o e lo Peach, apple. Apricot,
tf ue as io the past, and solleit t ekberry and Banana Bran.
.. ..^ Moa in thep as tr o R1 .. ..nda..nl ,i
His Interest In ereot and Game Mo votes of my fellow.Dieowat. Re. dies ..... ......... $1.50 to .00
SI ,ew Ya7 "I e for *eetfully. J. p. TOW MND Port. cherry, Catawaba and Blac k-
-- .....ommande.. !e 'ul'', '7 berry Wines. ...........$1 to ?2.00
New York. Feb. 26l. -Praie for e .......... .
President RIooevelt for id active In. FOR MEMBER SCHOOL. BOARD. ANHEUISR-BUSCH IBERS-Budw
i-*llmn ii i teret iA eoroest ad same preserves I spe tfally announce myself aL Lea than Cask per doeen............
pUM i 1 was a future of the speech dsltverd ediata lor releetlaonoa a member Export lue Label, 10 dean in Cask..
b WiVlem of-6qhSS rtct t t eehool Board from District No. Les than Cak pae dea............
a tW otrne to y W1ll0r. Cody Sat the Ibteta 1, t.elacted romlse to serve Agent for tanekel erg s Tampa
At2ual dimaer M o 1y to the lde, a sttasets wit thea tam ith. Geerge Cigers Tampa aamersa
-. .- ...-------- .- -- trappers. buaters 4d oltela ko the Ofuass as I have eadeavored to serve
MTTprtama *bow. to prore a s a the pt. Vote for me. e,
__________ Ydisc Suare Garden. Demmate, ady.yWM btfl a a nc my dsty without fear or favor, and
S-Game to the Wyaomlag rt a fllow-cUtieses, promising the uae at.
sAnd tle luc en and WO- "-erves was more plentiful t ean t tewlo to the dutl sof the office In
And the h1lucky men and w r inl ....
S o .-- --, years aM, chlef redIt Or this cod. Ui the future as In te past. Thanking
mon whro outdr its portal, are o. y 0 o. eL addu for p a .. I. f past support and soliciting
O d-' 0 00 -,.!, S 4 0, to .tS-- p..st, ,.,- ...... .......lyourvotesatVthe ming election. I
tbey who aw the shortest Outto tae president. 1M favored MUt Kga" AV aN U m Ver truly. T.A o
A* Independence. Don't for- proteetlos, a for notira t -e`-- ti me01 BEN T. ARNOW.
Sr a easn of game proteeuoa., a iM the a m L -A
gt that, among other oreden. forests wer etraoyde. hoe a- I0 a17 aa"---. To the Vo.ters of GaOiestvi.e-I take
rE presented to an employ- game "Uy e aiatat. a t Mau ralit 4a 1 this meto d of ana-s my candle.
1 1111a a be a 1i* toi dOw at AP meYL da r merwe r at CUity o oain
'r, the sure winning o tBian I 0 A kn9 1 t [eae a4 I Iae ef on naubt work as
the Ibank look otn'don'tda d Ma a a aer r ta N and se.r
tllio*. *tam as al gene L aad waoe Wfl a were asteep foru oo ,
'..,LPB ,br#v 0ft .,li I aga theea e- >awaB t abo the year. aad tem It to yo,
IMM v Un ,, Tlir Wattr t Ban5 perfied my
-aDd d n an o unt. 00" t OW aty w.~~~eln aad with Itpartiality.
__. _-- ** I t.ak I l.. beaoI-m7s-- at
8%* woft 0 -titled to a day jo
The Dutton B& ank:W a Itw -^k ati"M an 4'. merv .Yo
SO~isvlle,. FPl. H.ar.-a IA 10 416
nurw n k( ALM Uft --A ----------)---------


mar of theb C ia. J FU. 1a.-TS.F.
JYarou Md. bmunattotalow U"ft
_____ at Avusutams wa e UNDETAKIG Cd
M.7 J.lamTell. T men"&FLOR UISTERTAKING COJ
Wed thaat earl; Meerdao ft'f 0
OSITU E, y"brtougIt *acI a% bs oeIST8
~luluI ~fkl mu~ )rc r~t ~II~NEW OOOOSO.
heaTUl i birde

Oce awtwl ut ON n'~~ ~ ~
aow~lrrr bm an ewba &Mt0 s w rni v
NNW&a. o rn re aud anWOR
rAl mO ew to ge heW I a I. Wu WsiUb
d saw" low~I1 1 ~ 3 L~IY~) ~"
Oftsm o m I suaso


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I ZAPF CO.

Lie, Florida
SLiquor House in the State.
These Prices Include Express Charge.
4 qts 13 qt


Forre4t Lawn Rye.
ileechland IRye ...
Glen Lily ........
Jim Tuckntr Rlo)
Woodford County .
iRoe Va'lley .....


liho Sprlings ........
I. W larger .........
Live Oak ............
Lewls' 't6 ...........


.....$2.75 $ 8.6
..... 2.75 8.00
..... 3.20 9.6
..... 4.00 10m
..... 4.50 10 *
..... 5.00 12.0


. 5.00
.. 5.00
.5.00
.. 6.00


Huuter ................ 5.00
Canadiun Club......... 5.00
Cane Splrlngs (bottled in
bond.) ............... 5.00
J. K. Pepper............ 5.00
Duffy's Malt............ 4.00


American Malt .........
IAurel Valley Corn.....
Stone Mountain Corn...
Gopher( 0a Tonic......
IDvll's laland Gin......
uln Phosphate .........









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5.00
3.50
4.00
4.00
4.00
5.00


*lser pints, 10 dozen, per Cask..$1li4
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.. .............................. 11A
La Fuma Universal CIars. Henry
WRITE FOR PRICE LIT.


Tk Pen is Miir

Than a fire-engine when your
house is on fire, because It in-


utantly -4cvire4 the entire vale
-ofyour lionit--that is, whe

your name L -;pnned uponna
4ktn~lg policy for



i nkw h" K tecmpanke. l"W mte
Amshdsim to Ng bhS..b'
&bad~ low6 Iome? f ifn moo p
*~ S iOi s# A0I imwy i am smo ad
caHu j.. m YouHINK.




Irst-r
Sam bI I iJ
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we Vow clWlw a m) use only pure
"Uin r our own warehomse,
I tht customer ic
-.ThWti goeOMW thebM;
a l ioia bm lnvidlolwa dreads
bfm -w e' for ue in the W&
we beealc to I e tind

vim tbakhLifOP



mm-. PAAIAID
hew IrL1F. Qinwtr (hguan)
ATrIm ULUK 9LAUU.
Rafoft Bomb" s * Um ...ow s -**
WWMULOW DM5 R ALAN SINCLAMS
O *m* * P.@ G.a.... 8AkCam .......IM

The Swift Creek Distilling Co.
Immarwmod)
LOUISVILE, KY.
dIV W or u IW-Its' Rlafts


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FnikMa l "Imns~.taeh rd of Pubs
Intmusti. @ i'~>4si County,
Floridt, efr Meh E ending
FPbrmary 4. 1M0
To Hoa. 8 Wtsag, Clrk Crka t
Oourt Alalnch Coty, Florida.
a1R-In eamplan rlwith leotska 2
Chapter 433, aws of lori. M we
treby lte with you the followla
ftemlaed statement of tbhe homers I
solved and expenadd, and warrate
Ifbued during the month endtlg fb-
ruary 4th, 1M08.
Tresurer's p ort for January.

Balance at lat rport....... .
Cofleor. taxes 1i04........ 111.44
Supt, No. 44 ... ........ 0.00O
Collector, polls 1W ........ 85.
Coltectr, poi. l ........ T.-
Total ................... $1,J22
Lss warrants cancelled.. i*44
Balance ................. 7.78
Speolal DstrrA Pund.


Balance at lat rert....
Colle4tor, taxe 107.......
Collector, taxes 19......
Total ...'............ .
Les warrants cancelled..
Balance .................


$1,043.48
at"

$1,86.31
14105.87
$ 2.94


Common Fund Warrant Drawn


tf leantslhros CombOm an
esoutipsdr.C .pedi)I thee e*M-O
ktenlzpi&%& Ke sLmUhs
Oomgb Symrp mome& tMe bowels.



Kennedy's



C"OuhSyrup


*A Cold or a Couh nearly hr
pia- Meastipt oA-he water aB
-e to s hee nes onad throat It
wmbl tLd v And kdners. ror
Wam of lMar the bowels beosm
dry and barb"

nieee ColM by working thema
of te sydt tLhrough a sopa
Wseo d the bowel.


I1 I


S White Toeaher.
Mis Lila Frasler, Arldoado No. 1, C. fimt G i Nnttl I
36.61; Mrs. I. M. Treavwell, Pai
bats No. 6, $30.80; Mbl Bertha lma A a m s
Hodge, LCroe5 M Na F. 76 b IMN LI
Ages KlE Laroee No. l40.WA;
Prof. A. J. Johason, Joeaeville No. 9,
$81.;W P t. Sailer Bleo, Archer SO LD Y ALL DRU ?tSIIT
No. 10.4 0.7T; Miss May Bekatree-W _. ,
ser, Archer Nol 10, l,.i8; Me Ad 1U
Pbllpot Treaton No., K $50.75; May- Pankie Parks. Waldo No. 3. $30.0:
deo Croxton, Trentoe No 16, $3I53; R. B. Sutton, Hawthorn No.. $381;
Prof. R. L. Hart, island Srove No. Molma M. Jones. Hawthrn No. 1,
18, $74.11; MIrs Beede MeRae, landed I30.30: P. B. A. Cherot. Aroer No.
Oroov No. 18. $4I0.0: M; Lola Weat. .1 36.38: JB.B. Madleos. oare3o No.
phal, land Grove No. 18, $558; M i11. $II5.38; Wm. Madislo, ArredoIdo
Lottie Teeter, Godwin No. 10, $40.75; No. 11. $30.46; K. L M&sleoa, Arre
Prof. J. N. Overbllt,. Hawthor No. doado No. IA. 20.30; J. C. Jonea Lasm
A., $40.90; MiAs Grace Miller, Maw Pood No. 20; $30.45; Iarline Kalram,
thorn No. 21, $4.0; Mss atte Haw. Orange Helhts No. 23. $20.30; J. B.
torn. Hawthorn No. lt. $l1J4; Min Wilson, Jerusalem No. 3311, $3.;
Bellie Haycroft, Hawthorn No. 1. thel Wtlliams, Melroe No. 14, 30.30:
$20.80; Mis Eddie sAddldk, Haw- Nellie Hughes. Grove Park No. I8.
thoer No. 21. $30.41; Prof. W. H. 165.38; liule )Daey. Newberry No.
Cassels, Alachua No. 23, $14.85; 36, s$2.3b; 8. II. Wilson, Rochelle No.
Mis Nellie B. Frlnk. Alaehua No. I3. 40, $25.38; J. L. Cook, Locblooe No.
$50.75; Mls Mary G. FPoter, No. 33. 44. o20.30:; lla J. Richardson. LUberty
$40.60; Miss Ruth Burch, No. 23, Hill No. 6, 265.38; T. B. DeBoe, Us.
$40.40; Mliss Sarah Seler, Santa Fe Ion Academy No. 1, $55.83; L A. Art.
No. 26, $60.76; Prof. W. 0. Hall, Pine son No. 1, $40.i;0; Amy L. Davis. No.
Cotta No. 27. 335.53; Prof. 8. A. 1. 1$3045: Mattil P. Days. No. 1,
Ptnholster, Stroble No. 31. $43.14: $30.45; C. E. Artnon. No. 1. $80.41;
Prof. J. K. Lee. Btroble No. I1, $4.09: E. P. Wiliams. No. 1. $30.45: Viola
Miss Grace B. Wolf. Strolled No. 31. K. Hill. No. 1, (.0.45; Ida J. Wlliam,
$30.45; Mis Clara Thomas. Blooas- No. 1. $10.45; Illa J. Hwman, No. I.
dale No. 32, 335.53: Mlss Jesle arrm, $10.45; L. L Murrell. No. 1. 130.46;
Cannon No. 35, $35.63; Prof. R. H. Minute C. I)Delkl. No. 1. $36.53.
Mouotorry, Orange Helghts No. 38, Total. (s7. 4A.
$35.53; Miss May Hanler. Sprtaghlil undrile.
No. 40. $35.53; Miss Maude Lewif. L I1. Kelley, stenoraphoer....$ 40.00
Cherry Sink No. 41. $50.75; Miss Tay. Galneaville Sun, putb. reports.. 4.00
lor, Cherry Sink No. 41. $35.63; Mlni Mrs.. W Jackson. Inte*ret on
Orrie Pratt. Orange Iane No. 44 srramntA 410 and 41i, one
14Grr1; Miss Alicew Srickland. Wind. yo.ar, fv.l month.. 27 days.... 19.6
sor No. 46, $30.45; Prof. E. L. Price.' j. I. Kelley. sar) ......... 16W.00
Hague No. 48. $45.68; Miss Marion L. J. L. Kelley, Incld.ntals. ....... 11.15
Kerr, Campvllle No. 50, 335..3; Mis G. W. Livlnton,. Hllckory Hill,
Hattie Mills. Paradise No. ,2. $30.45; lp, p ....... .. ....... 18.0
1Mis M. A. McRae. Evrntiun No. I2. R. It. Powl.r, tr.uaurvr's com.
$35.63; Miss Henrietta IDyes. llrtram mission .................. 8.04
No. l, $5M.80; Miss Ava Tbomas. W D. Dicltson. tax collector's
Cleveland No. 45. $35.53; Miss Georgia commlslu ... ........... 1.
Snow. Tacoma No. (I. $35.53; Prof.
W. P. KaIn, Wacahoota No. 71. $81.53; Total ..... ... ....... .. 5.3U I
Miss lallie J. Hayman. Rocky Polabt
No. 74, $8.563; Miss May Morrow. Reapitulatlen-Commo PFedw
Haynuewrth No. $1, (30.46; Misl Whito terh*rs ........... $S.
Snow. Bell No 5. 5. 50.75; Mtss Ophe- Negro Teacbher ..... 1M
Ita SLtakes. Be No. 6,. 3 ;s.i3; Mls Saundries U.......MS..I
I. George. Rocky Hil No. 4, $M5.5;
Mir Myra B. Neweow. Halle No. 1N Total ............... 1,114.
$ 0.45; Miss Hattle Hawtors. Brown --
Na $543; Mrs. I C. P ?w as SPECIAL DISTRICT WARRANTS
Dutton No. $406.75: M.l Rita Clart.
Dutton No. 90. I :.53; Mlb Lner*tia Teeher's Suupplemets.
It Clair., Tyer No 0 1. 3,.53;: Mis u Mis 1ila rraer, Arredeado Na
Ber th T*y. Tioas No. $448,* . : Prof L Jons, Aet N.
Mis Deials rord. Coatr Pead No. 3, $1.23; MWl Alito Vase, See l b e
b 3 1131 1-U;J TkOr .. O.3 11 l3 i e Mlkso AnniOe, IIO111'.
S 0 $33.18; Mis Anale Co)se, MkW No. 3, $10.1.. Mrs. r. M. Triadwel
,- .... q ae-.;-Me.: t n ra mL h~l a(rhat I a. Ui Na. 6.L 1 MJlm
No. 1L, $0.00; Mbl Sophta Miry. nhrthe Hodge. IACrouee D. Na 8.
N o.S 1$0.0; Minss ara Jylr. S$0 l Prof. Salter Saste,. Arller
Olod t No.1. $400: Prof. M..S, D. N&o 1 2. (34.; Mil Mary I ar
ti Noe, at N. 34. 11S l*M; N t weer. Ar eer I. D. NaI At. 1.81;
VI 3$. f X0 S 4Im n- l t Collssa Ml.L a & I
Me 34,K = $45 Ub; e M t 2s e lk clara Kb..
PiMsuae os'uy. a 3_ .$.4 .m so. I a D. no. I. ;aMs ; N La tl.
1**M06 S&***? Mine me"pS. DMe.1. I$ LA, 6 SU; N sta
S1e1.1 M NewseryW s. .a.-75: Tter. oneow. s. Te. s, t.Na;
n MV al V ram r ~N 73. Pr-t j N. Overmlts. Mawel fIL L
LISW: Pr f. J. I. J m 3s^e, M1 s. No M s1. $1t 3; 1 3m t;Um sw SL MIXer.
S M; 2i $M VOW &2 B No It, t e lts; Ml- 11un Mi re.
1 4. io w there N.. 2I, X,; MMs ASMe Ia .
Ma it M ;s. ;R W ft 'IN 2t 2 4. Miss-. S- Ui
sm II'I 6 6 'q-: - Sk--* -- a, ta, IW a W IDf .
*Ls, ubi s gh 4 4 IA: Aprin gNN. 11. D DNa2 ,a48:
lwao 111111e. 11&Ms 4?n. 6": A. Pashleaer. suite S. A& IL
an a Na 4?. $ A: 1 1.31S: Prof. J. K. L. X M. o;,
SMw, ~iSn~, _,N.- M Mi Gram o. ,Wf. 1. V1--11S
S14 Prf. L M. an-Is II Ormg It
;Um Irm J"er, oGre Na lights I. Dce S. W. 4
S5 P.111 : MsL SrI IA"W.No Ulm &Be J1 &3.,e L Lao4 S
rae*lr* M; ro Wtl : o(m r. $,., o 8 M Ms 41
(flsaeven Me 3 ": crvw. Pww.p" mar a U Ne. 4S.
e. MUr. NO 1. 6. $"1: Miss ag __ o 81M, tm 0 AI r A rtermld. WV1la
X Xsam Na 2. S usT: 2 i 4 N, 41. 1J. Petf I L olv.
W'gea Nao Mt* MI AMa S II. No 4i. ow : KIw Masla t*r
110l N 3 s,: 0 ie wS. W f $ P., ai D M. tl I.1
"" Ii. 0N aI ( ls; m -e C a"s t 'w U*1s I.as ta n I6iM
Semr.L. W.asL : M a i( r W*e K ) f $03 .o M S. M, L eN l.
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SNatL fak
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Phoebe Match. jealtrv,' .
'ride S a m le. .. .....
L. H. Vidal, $ug314. tN ot; 26. 40
Ganev Ul 0 L cl~(. 4:r..
j. IL VIuA, suptkil. l. No. 4.00
a W. Rykek Otrm!e No A;;.. 13,00
'W. 0. Ctap"%.~Cberrv Sink~
Jab. 0. amplr. Hlaxti A. I0.
No.8l 1 600o. %iI;ljdIeH
Campyw ll.s. DN0 0- s1144s. .
Cnmv 1 No. ;.18 27.04

ReepIat ion.
Suphmelts tO to(h TrH' ml.I
$349.-7

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90 1OLIOIIODS IN CHANORY,

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ATM'RZ1Y AT LAW$


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ATTORN IY AT LAW
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alliag as OMHALZMN 6 .0., bot map..
The ? law S lsjmm ia thein som UGw
-Ayde Now England and southern Lias
Freight $em" &eeleveesJACJs"ZVILsloom 04 sa
PROVIPWQ Iad MAll Butss Nbw
Cal flngas c alooftosboth wase.
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Btwoon JAvxmorvuLLut and SANPOaDN
lopping as Paatka, Astor, Mleresfurd 4loLasmi), no auitowmediest
on ft. Johns River,
Steemmrs CITY OF JACKSONVILLE', and "FRED1 DE B ARI.
&to Appeuintro to $all as fouliues iLeave J ACNstXVaL8. daily elspe
faturdday., ci atU P. 0. HIe urtimp lmwv O bASif, Idally
cipst pt it defe, at ItaW A a. .


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Leave1: 0p. za. .......... f,.P slt................ lov 10:0106
Loew e:0 a m:00&w..................Astor............ to"" 4:~ea
Leave ..................... Berestord (DeLaod) ......,... lisave 1:"P.
D)ue 9:00 A.M................. .Banord ................l.1^ 1610a:W
Duo 10:30a. m................etpal........ 4 ,11 .PAsve 11:0611
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Passenger and Tcket Offlee, 13 West ak yuw% 011b% Amo fla
IN. Il. RAYMOND, ViewProoldtmt aad Geeroal Mani pto w er
H. IL. UAYNA3D r. T. M. A. C. GIUIATT, 0 L. .4,
4w e36.N. R., New York." Kit.i, HOWT3.
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laesbarg, Via. Jmbsnws Via
D, JON=, T. 1P. A.. JOHN P3NM T. P. A.,
Jaokaooyill, VMa. JacksonVIlle. FI.
C. P. LOVXILL Agnt, JS'rJalUbck PM
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NAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS
SHMa Happoed and What Is
to Happen Teld In Short Pare.
'o That "He Who Rune May
It In The un.
iutagma ilokets are on sale at
asot n tickets ae for
at Avera's.
lde s far oream to 4al-
SOrf Dairy.
'*almon In onerpound can%,
mats at The Magnet.
la tickets for the Chautauqua
nOw on saI at Miller's news stand.
k tbsh and Cedar Key oysters
urray Bro. Phone 196.
ra. ThoMas Peacock of Grove
was shopplang a the city Toaw
a B. Plermo of Archer was la the
TU la having am ui to omk at.,


oew of flour, bet-


p' y.,/


at TIih AwS i
of '-i0uthws was
ol in "his awftr


Mtd~s~~uj d rab .bdooi n %s am Cnmbbe ~I
kisd=: th: Imppod to bring good lnck.'
mamd h ik -o m h thinW an g ec but tbin c80Ia


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his taes;I to her home. after a plant vilst to
a e N. Baker and I. 0be daughter. Mrs O. A. W. Thoma,
have goe to West Ftkold 104 N. Pleaant stret.
te were summoned a pro. The TNr rt, mader new manage
busalnesa. meL t ve vwry sat etry.
& COrws. of Lacroasse Ea T atoe $1 pt day. $a a week. Mrs. L
Siaaast call yesterday ad re M. WATUmRS Propitrts.
his subesrtion to Alabhsa H. J. Dowm a. of the leadtI
leat n anewaper. citiNs of Walo. mad TThe Bn a
., D mn Ma o( Waldo. oe of the apesw b cal Tesdy. remoan ta
etimas of the at 1h*d was own aheUrlpto ad alas that of a
visitor to the sourty me friJ
Tuesday. sad mad The Sua The AUtaUtte Coaet Uae will
agea O t teLta tbto JaSkanttllk today for


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v I towtooay s an econooic
p~~ ~s Is vievery contain
Samo ah*eagh tre
.RmkE sadwhich we Gomlm
aw~W~am m ve fter.

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FOR SALB-Bluk reord erboa type
write rifbt s tor tgal work at
The San oe
FOR SALD-tsae rivta sad saddle
hor me bharg addhl, brolk sad
Wt eof m Apnl to Cark a


femon 1mARO RED SALMON LOST.
wMl be M
will1Ul~ 1.nr heMrh
WST-A, rlrpb' wss, saLalag
Thea f 'ads- & 1 iwbs
Fmpt nd -We"wav elavo
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the eotra bread smil oas "Papa Oe wl"am O m WW rr N I nw
man's" conatenaee for the past day am p'aLL- wW hew bI y )lrlla Br twio a R al[tb aor
r twor red and dnM peta a, a- sBY Y oar RRoAD ba
ReHmeber the mwk prayer
serve at the Finrt Prieebyteta. Yuay e ardilay iavidbd toe 0alnhe1 Ladse o.
church this evela. The series wt aedad O M ohe a ammpt* p* 0. .-O, n 1ee tm 1 a '. o SCtM M I
be devo tedo prayer for colleges. ad ou~ Ool v oek rm f torght t O* e%*"el
Sorvlee ,a. at m o 6S' sme. Vis. .
.- ^-. .-, ..o.. -. DON'T -FRG"T .Ls C i s vi l
to me Pe m th"e e T h. 3 .teaw r m a g we be"
tahe Auy r Rea be ue M oeet.

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D O owt o)asosf
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ikes the biscuit, t .. 0.6: l ea...- b a p y p
y more appet~t. "lH ^<^ ,.ff "S- S ^.5-. %%
~ #PPLt'ti hand 1 ut s, aai rbonwh o weari rng the $waw o itn pips, r
"red 5 and WhOt t bOttoD The "wstiks is said to n ie ,%i'
ud kof the bargl *. TM og tgo the wearer, and the rat mte bo
ud o h lrtb e., tan it in we have neve heard nyone-
ma "' wa*n '4l0we a U d mijaC it may brin god fortune,
aIn ge e w t emt swe Mr Fate, and get a w S?.eH.
t nan, ~o ws SofSide .

s*---amb p pagf a da era two brg
:. 2 s r. a1 Mre rUMAthr .It. Ja rs left HmESTAL
WhoSdei Kot a e e Ten ---.t V* so -mae. At10g1 eAfied -oe after a
S S at In. t dwr and ie ynar ti at wt o"a ansamd Mrs. J.H .
,M UU'U* U 3ofoeoso. T o ,er s amw. ge a then e ds'o*
on&my bakna' itPound ^ etro 1f tth ra e fea Ciotced b- anTdhs
M eor.t do te m pa o are on their
"._. IL P a dA r" A"lba, prisM t homesos. h avg temb married on
Ate 8w a wo e oai, was i the rh -Im raL a. Augustthe enm Flosw b rt to
Won oIfTr M a4d peM T .s t di n retr a t hoir hon nn b wIaoM iy Im t o1t r
fo oo fli r 4id-..- Tons
V t The 4-1 WalttoR, oereman younger MIb Les oleft, yeftrdator for Oyr STE rfl
ELY PUhV OW ilk, ar.t e 9 t" ct allWwth a Pos.. Ala.,wher e hewl oll tha es t
HII er > lsrte s BoO trmm~pu, the eItr, aaad wMil ge a thredays' ALL lINDS O 1RVEO In ALL STYLf I
only baking w ttt t t** oruf Phlfo *
Stopher Matl o has Broe begla te morning. The Choke Steak and Chops, Drip Cbou
S.from Roy- retired r Ja k-oavlle, where ihe poblie, opsdein the ads iteertestd Devilled Crab.
STara f h bena bLrmt ald a bonlaom on eoataarybduises denole, ir tatvlted to We moo tO of the best i"eeS" a
S o f* laotalteed W O ?a ralde I oour. Visit the store dawt 9 this demon e ba sem-no bor or inexperieot **ok
lD. _Mi WWtnaor, I. 81. futh str *lon, bd 4m W ured of a co- T l ban qoluOpld *d oldt roatunea tI
AU ..AUfd -. welcom.. the eohy. it you wut real oooklau by A 28"
,S t e h ur A a V.T Polk of Hague and 4 w tn g th I ro ows auN oooU b g a
James e Brtt of Bell, were among pRe. 8. B. Rogen left yesterday for osa-stytelng &he market e yards ro0oa Ie s
A eof Lime at ame el M thobe who Vistedt the county espital bewton, Ala.. whroe be will All the b)re.
e'ts5 hey am, T a osdayd plpit of the Baptist church on Sun. We do nou promu something for oSoau,.
FMr to -esh sul t bna omethlms for your money.
Those. J. Cooper. William, Penner day. Dr. IeRagC I r gardedT a one GVULA MICAIa. Speak rtes porb Uy
and J. 0. Lord, al ol Old Town, La. of the froat gUat presrls" h t he wee". P lsoe for leade. irentlemdn amd *oil
tayette outy, warte In the city Tues Baptist ministry of the State, and Is dren.
day on b utasu connected with the very popular not only with the morn--_
United sum- lA osffse. be of bl soongregatlb, but the p ub.
Sli gepera Ully. It has been Intimated
Bay a deaonm stauqua tUek at Make the next two weeks a eason that 4e s tbhtkla I of leaving the l o rado C f
Mller'. of bealt and pleasure to yourself State, but friends hope that he will _._ __ww___
Pare Jley cremm-.a y quagtlty. yd tamly by the purchase of a see. decide to rpmaln. offtheatrt, Awy rom Mrtand
Pine Orove Dairy; 'phone 438. a tilke to the Chautauqua. On ff es orT a ht an d
h male at Avera's, at side aqure. dilo-Over The Magnet, Weet
Presh apply fancy hams, medium idale at Avwa meet sde square. Side of Square.
sise, 14 ceat at The Maget, T. Lewis and son, William, of lA o r
Dr. J. HarrI Hodge has return Camprille, werela town Tuesday. Mr. W A N T S ... Oysters prepared and cooked properly.
ed from a profosuonal visit to Willis. Lewis I one of The Sun's oldest and --- Steks eand chops broiled-not fred.
ton, most valued subserlbers and took so-
to.rt msvau-sbc ber and took oc.UAny special dish desired can be hbad
wle heru. on short notice.
Labor contract for s le at thi y t ea (eP ibbs 5 C t r 1.ie 1 EN
ofloe; 60o per dosen, or $C per hun- NOW
dred. Someae celery being grown h mltrtti, bMut n o advertise. Just a few words about Reollar
Mrs. 8. W. IOgrandoe has gone toust ie her mei t taken for les than 0 eent. Six Meals: Morning and night, any kind
Atlanta, where she will purchase her The ample led with the edor of words make a Ue; fraction line. of meat that's on the market Is her
The Ea wu ngdely bleached and a hi tos l Pec
spring line of mllUnery. brittle u any e have seen In the o every word over eah ish countlIn as for your choice. Eggs? why, yet
R. W. Hidon, the 'merchant of rt mrke. an a ddtopl Une. CASH tn advance they go with any supper or breakfast
High Springs, was transactin busl. mi t scoompay all order for naer. order-fried, poached, scrambled or If
neg In thie eity yesterday. Among the visitors to tis cly to A l this eodm. you prefer, an omelet.
Tuesday wa Gtb. H. Gibbous of EN
IM Man Husdheseof e Archer, secret of the County Da OR Dinner: Here's a sample bill of fare
spendnl a few days In the city, a ocrate EMxcuUtve Conmlttee. Mr. Po_.. from Thursday-Roast Duck, Creamed
Kuest of MU W. B. Hi don. Gibbona had not been here for some HOUSB FOR RENT-Apply to J. W. Potatoes. Sweet Potatoes, Caulflowr,
Baby we't sanfr fle minutes with Uta, and his numerous friends were Vidal'O dru ttore. Plokled Beets, Lettuce, Sliced Tomaw
croup It yo apply Dr. Thomas' EBlc- glad to welcome him. toes, 81iced Peaches.
trhe Oil at o acts like magle. Colfx Rebekah Lodge No. 2 i. O. POR RENT-House to rent and furnal- rom this date to the close of the
For ten years the superior quality 0. r., will have the honor of visit tre for sale, cheap. Apply to G. W. nyster season. I will deliver to any
of Blue Ribbon Extracts have been from Orad Master WHlte this evenala Bcoafeld, Oaineville, Fla. part of the city tried oysters for 884
maintained, pleasing customers who at a regular meethan of the lodcp. FOR RNT--Lu nll-ventilated40 -C Ih must aoempany order
demand the best There will be work to the Rebekah furnshd room, with replace, f It you want to entertainn a few
8. L. Tumor of Lake View was trad degree and frreshments will be servw-. l wo b d o friends with a little supper, ee me
Ing In the city Tuesday. Mr. Turner d at the close of the meeUnt. All do. pi t Wet L I have the place and you can be a.
state that the farmers are busy pat- members of this lode are epeted Apply 109 We Courtured of privacy, as well a clea
tins i t eir stadas. to be present to extend a wloome sOr eAL. ~ervlce.
rs. DMaha of Waldo has returned to the Orfad Master. ------- -----L


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Published Twice a Week-4haday and Thursday


GAINE8VILLK FLOAIIDA, THL


, FEBtRUA 27, 1908


01 DOIL A TlEA A


GOV. CRIISS PLAN.
GhTH[ lime Ion of the Uqu* PPsl(m Miin
Now Line.
,2, CO,,Ve San Antonlo, Tex., Feb. 1.-A
Ila Ie al to the ftrm from OblhOs
1d*Mco' asys:
110LGoverr Creel y thMat as Once as
more pressing Mattere &I ViaspseG of
he may take us tobe qvWeoaC C the
IREE DAYSI liquor problem aloag the lgoes a th
Gotcheaberg eytem proposed WY
tors Are AL him wtaen be was actiUg govers twe
t i Lers ago.
Dn of the De. Inb orle, this oompris & a *
ndsnce of the philanthropic no.oratloa to tAke V ',
ov. by one, or as raiy poehi,.
tociation. the saloons of tie tate, els* m Y
lore I of them and eocict the eots 5
I Mof tha I r strict rCula aou cm wef a
tlirtsI of Lbo
1,1L,. a to at. plane as will coopuos to te IN
and momlIty.
sThe profits of the oom* y, ft Up
'1I';'o On-n. then Ivnvosel. will be iimita to Stx
hrk-v p1;o-s and, per ct'nt on t0 Capital tfvested.
i;i bl., litld in &'m' that being svotato VObli
1,41 1~i service or some other eaue.
Ot10ins to thei mouot 1 eoter heal
1t IAo-rou.nd momon band. the gomwrsvm48
'Itt 3*O done nothing toward eaatY th
V1.11.1 i PIan into effect, but be bile aluy
i IU be"'; a worker for tmp~'eS abi hh
tralic; t rePIucl the mus. d a-
.orcc o clotn gthem balt S d y
SuinJA)3, and at 10 o'skob M s44La


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I last seFra r t k 1. C.n.

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Olwked the ePrA 't f' ..ii *:.
of. Jgoleph Ki'.t
jaers were ile p1 $ -At ''at
d ofLe e i ('h'ae"'an midi Ary
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F Ire~ to be stablale I SAabAlA It
twhing oonsI4eled by W1600 0.
i, N .-4 n are COUGUmlifited. sa the
ir thinks they wl be. I
aunowawomat of the pmasatd
ril utw9 indbt"l. b r AS
ldr iW;p6 a t the I Oawaqw
%asthe motabi. f~atm of eqM
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Sin pre..ire Ie mprese eoast
*~( *c~ I iY4'flbOl of, the eolesgy

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CALL FOR MONEY.

Treasury $reltary lesuse*Neiee I
National Sainhin
\vsthlfi rxy. Feb 16.-the F
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t Pblesa &TOtA 1rei-f'r4:l j ra;1 u" n.rfnal bank*hO yI n
rbich kniv'- 1-1 r ,,1t01-I. Ima'M ?' p.r P Cen of e Wb w iS oe L
Sables werom, u'rI. rIs3 'unow n.'w tod La Inactive uep eshie It e m*
&I. Ihs iih occurrv tw.i ,. ea having on dEpdon sCh lma dh 1sIs 026 *1 6
0"ag. o sL.m4m 11 0I0* .'Of) M moM, Oe is .
W2 was sect in sd a strong per mi- oft' hI.f o lead wh i1 5O Il W O104ft
Oin was sent to the psaooc, by save di'po61ort"n wherC Mh im.C~rW ON ll of,
W A smeere fight. thy sue. pcwt Is I(to,1100 .0m ot h fed. o tr isSjm
Maimig twent) .) t rof t 51ct tb'tnf. ead thermu wbore ach wih e
W Weas takes to tbe police ksavalrei be made wIthot a.. saw
ho Wafta ,at~0t4e to kiU nre in t h*treaury 4eatmtIslt
pp wti had fainted traeIbm Cit4pbliW 6" 800 luad s".
Sbood. Ws4ya. howevr. bTe CaY prulimately$39,00,40 UN
e 0truaggag Witt two po be rvurrm lW to tMOtroxeW7
smoTPtst7 rCorte!YOU stated that a&-, bap jehm"
04" P`0010 en oked fm 'o &1; Ppa. *'On a of the 6@66Ma .,r~
I 6Wt wre later rpeamd or* %0 Lbedet ttAt this ..As- amal-
____________ 4'ft 1.0 paWver"IMost tN84%'we sdo doV a ~
F MO n Ws atd. P.t 9,* th"Se awsial #seam M
TW feb. 1C(--A Pari% ,n t-a's a i a a .1 o -- mdotbit softa1A
VaU I itleif9Ad m 2,1 v is.vs ia amy slectl'* O@e *agM
01* by Sheriff Hugbee at '-40-
*0 Siti rit V ,.A4Sat Of Dea04 S4 ofJe wmI..h3oam. d, m'dank"I
*A. 13. Rl Jmoa& tbe (%--M(.a j oft*?. meso as aOft
~11 W110 IICO ~5e~L I W I.A4014 t 0 0064110404C'&" g lt rd
ph bawling os(q s 1.04)" is b(f r ;Is I'** a ( St3 1611,alw .
S1%1%,tj U: T.oaidoto? day Jr.!.. oW04t0 at the sdI" a
9 a reward .t of SW 11 &A fP *--! Y on )vg *-4". %-~ "M
me. "0e s", WWe as$ hamwas-e -0c! e 0~ a"md da

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MOMICY& 4--'100ti a" LEOWASMARKEOMBI
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1011wonI -6 Ueb eTWg eIe
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time ti~Y urrnt eSrrmtrmbrs the
mime VI Ue hI~ I drAS1eemw, m
FORCES PREPArE PWFATTLE MXNA& ..be k P WAS LA UID TO KILL HIM

%r1 1 the twoo 1k l"

S On N 1# tfree meeft e thrb edrnAIS IMeAt Petf n tN. J., Ad It Is eW
ThtPorkelto GoIa SADhW itnes e "dof"a" i am k"e siMay 14 Pay swired M5
,sw toP eopl will in W be dIne W hile The ft.
U~s, fbh. e w6-ar a t o5 in "t V of n "PwUOW itaWI u' fltl., IFb. N-a r4the reM
itn imIsso oclr hW& $C7wraie that b#A bl" 0 1 S t11gbeths ohebs ca
lwill he imertis so this %ON tt t laeht threat the slo Ote u
"a him"sWtillm okplo H' thratl t P D.61t"rsmay be compelled to eetela o fr fthm Le oby deleeppe Aft a
mea tututelnp wtU ltlm S.Lolu Impryr ime a the putt
Ilth8 ~rUnIe Is blab Ma'lilf of the Ik oSao" the tm.e re" 1t ptak.e
mouareby may be the .A t. of the temple and Me protow
'lbs qosMpmlve mYUllty sIaCe R. P4 FOr ILORS. lion of tho eeeo etrm &*Ifurther
hass t stqo, a a beath--deseertloa, but soppiloath vw "also
OInOw nI nee ef AWof eroon Fleetn ods, O n eW eg asela r that
1s seell I Wk tht 0o- Lsse0e be ght b oagti 4 to repent ot his
iaenOeon tte o(Mo ANu4 sadpopu- UrNA, Pen, oF. N.-Tes hoU fb lea 6. !TMW uin mpr"Aei
Wa gwvon% ot os Sbo 'fsto aee be
bs maraleft Mtotb.oCMIqtay. ta tad iseotao, mor' thea b ait remonyag r4witnessed by but few
batumiew of hiek wtu ho usbon foam were 0 11sr "s4 woenof thle poD*. It aresamom w e t t eas
Amesclana Beet, witmeped a thatliug me., cmi at Ito aado tr
f. Theaueeefethe puple in the *.wcs etW1110 S.athera. and &t its awkit L ratite
onktrV at. Ighoulot ss08 14" hithee hull a ModY arton. PhlPG saftoussee Ohak SS.Ilssbstk
eathety sit~e~t o th p0., t 5ki41t Patio ebit saff occ mu oaW "W e .stped o wr eui.
sk" battnlo bluht to t emPa. W" them rotal bm A"toeadjuoinin
~ baules wbwb Ik~v*,sftv "; wore Sn fim "the the sbr 011 Ifsineed Anoreftlrmity.
the 053615. Lisbon ow nse t phe. MO Of tkslt wisng IFclt Most od ofe p'le of the 1owsa
ram is Plartaw an@ bm ropubliew
1104o was roWIMiey rPr*PeAtt* and 4albollo soblae a% this cty belleve
th ipetase, frOlm s"ta to fivisb, that fttbher 14 tbs Wa" aMaurik
a tMt woe t i be hmwetes. The ed ma"frowm te iLbs berrived Il
65"MaO, f t bUll IgtIS were gIMh' btowsa lt Astgust or ove. before. Too
buy listvstod, W tl thent bull In pl pieewt was tAld pevirovly It
t l4a t100106 o the chs t1tsdor an 6 P0PRIv, N., oNd It It beIevoed
Meablod bl frow further werli. The. that hei avM bs" lsUva I%* se.
"I W ll ored the tbroat of Ito a ty of the aaarcom lthere p4 that a
"d iMataft sad 116uSe AS WN-4 pkawas lid to hWlJ04n.perhaps p ot
bleedls to 0 i Quarters. ItIs s at or to his 1leVia Pm erPm. bet t 0t
*likely 1)1St he as e urvis the bvmehier y e w of t )vw M od to
?I* epoolck f eiseis st 5ultrs ,Set Into inoigeIfqder %41U IAbe oW'
h).. i to sat ows Pwsand Pietwe vied epdurs.
he ta, a t6U4b ,M O tdrod 11or some at- A oA us wh ats 4 tkh. tgra w
lift e s" 1*10 00 and M ast v mt s oat a Iemo r o d~ 1 0 Wa~ 10 s*
estbd U1 arowud the u4as wWrW IWW otdftus*asevil
a Mil s e sad 4urt ther 06 fl'. c mass she $mat two 0 e W No..
Mo with e hulls the estbusisem ouneot fi wbe abN" k 1a, vu go at
W"s wahmned jmS lts~gisetheoftsh of .

fMOJW00Mrm o ws.Wwer 015. Veiaw o iot wooee bet
tJI rll Ia hlb boas the u d w o to "M ormrttui

ogndn Sort of Poet G~ w et Sered WWiIs tu "bom5t, Thupo~esm.
ffte ft NMuI$. 1, ofC h Mo r i h LeoIwo
WW eR 6. W -4 6 b0 l to.dsgAStsd se ui l K 9wd t 1 111
4 #miaal eum ms o"rMo Un it ied, w 1 th4pso sg dkrf astrm Mb

mow* r Slae W" be.i by em of ow ttrd F Iy liA and rnume
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taut Edication
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LASTS TH


Than 2,000 Educa
r4g the Conventic
of Superinte
S1 l Educational A
n. Feb. 26.-
e ,.Ostorm from all
gattered here '1
the convention oi ti
itenden: ef JtL
4 assciattin.
Wil be in sea. Ion tI
imceLin,:s wi
tropolitan .',en.i
church, a .ile
les will be divi,i
ad -held e.~.:;
Mtod societi s w
ment of s,;,)r
iA mention.
sOcial features wA.
ot Presldent RIi.-
the Whl:e II.-,
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BHAD A TRAAOY- 3

L. Wynn Shot ad tinDtly
Killed By I sAt n.l .


THE ROW WAS OVER TOBACCO

Wynn Called His 0n. ln-Iw Down
for sanOd When the Latter
fl 4m ftie lQi Hts Face He Wae

ftM TMd* ilsoy nt
'to MneIlf Monday
lagr ant of & sost fritgt.

h nwIta w t, In vm J. 1.
S w a wn eiOM s ofu that
SW.'t Bradf~rd co sty, was shot
a 4 toMaa t klltedy W bl MwUInaw

8 b' wo at ered thbt the mee, with
I'aMy were drlnakd. Thme were
agregaed In a waesat but near
S* lo, when a dispute aroee over the
question of ulsg tdhie& It fappears
*at Wyan, who s i le sdtla t of
the weed w, was reprvtia Robsao
,r s mokagf whoa RoMRabss oalshlr.
-eeaI "whifed" sM -eske into
Wyn'U faNe whlich' sagced him1

Ol Ie, a I the dem sand aboved
b. ftr m or, whe e *obelo.
a" o ted, pleroseded he.
itlppr that WtntWe e st have
MeW RAht n to his home, or
,.law wc.the rapedy r Mred.
^ 'a Th"sTtosed to be t
a p!itoli to iBo star thaft oblitas
: wet to het bor t t. ertly o aloTwe
by WyFa Wbed Wys resebed th
S arop whit B r ot a w oet bnrom
the oth t ofh4seM. plitol kf dl id.

ig atkr il to1 h how hboid, but

bl ow Wits t ahis Riam

s l Wyas tol dead at l Y feet.
SIseul d that R o s aer rel.
C Le. td the eaw earned, sad
Retmes OaM released, being e on.,
r od ftom all blame. /
Seth a whN lt, and are well
*tow mlro = ht oct hot. leav i
resdMed there pratteaty all their lives,.

STATE UNIVERSITY NOTES.
The "Talk" to be given this week at
Sthe chapel l M be by Prof. Seett of
the o x prlmatt ftatlon. These
Stalks" are open to the public, who a
ear lally started to attend.
S Dr. Ied has ust returned from a
trop to Dade City and Brookaville.
At both of these places ho delivered
a address under the auspices of the
VUalvesity Eatenalon 'Bureau.
SThe "PUlateallug Ocotest" was
siob a suaooees ad at th same uim
aforded seeh a good opportualty for
lastreot Ion to t "ool of the no
' dier." that It has bee decided to bold
a similar outet next Batarday aight
0steoad of aga, aoowever, thl time
lthted lanterns will be the object oa
the military raids The ruaes over
Ilt the coitest will be approatately
the same that were In force on the
b*rat ocrsto.

U. M. 1isher.


-e fr t Mei t eA
Balard'. bow UnLmet Ia pratIed
S fUole golod t de. A re ere for
rhematus and all palna Wright W.
laonsi. Qrad Jauetton, Coi.. write:
1 eed Baelard'a oew LAaimet t
,wtate r tor temtlm aU ea rn ea
ad a the best Umntamt e te
mrket. I thoekt at the Utl I was
tame down witthi t m bt, that It
ldM be a week efore I cold st
aW t, bet oe applylag your Ltsiment
ee aI W ntMa due r the matM, I wa
bMnt UI 4u ho r. and ws to th
daps'" o by W. MJoh eo


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An lnterestlag Leeture. orotard, as he says the land is par*
Undoubtedly te most Interestun ticularly adapted to peach culture.
and Important leotre of the seaao
will be that delivered by Mr. rank COMPLIMENT TO MR. TAYLOR.
t. 9hapman at the s6ol audttortum,
Tuesday eventual, March 3. Mr. Crp Ileoted First VioPreeldent of Florida
man, it persoalIr well known Into antkqe Aeselation.
OGlnesville, as he Is the son of Mrs. IH 1 Taylor, the ever and oblig-
M. B. Chapmas, and nl earlier jers lt eaMhler of the First Natltoal Bank,
paWed a la part of bWt wintmr as returned from t. Petersburg,
*ire. Ho e ahleved dimetl ne of woero h has been to attend the an.
tn ast order tn or" toloy, uad aul meeUtln of the Florda state
rak as perbaps the foro wrt witer P er Assoelatlop
and lesterer e bird to he 'e try. Mi. Taylor is one of the most wide.
Mr. roest Setonhoeaw~on Say of ly.hadn bankers In the State, and
b.m: 'Mr. Oapmeat i net only ome ae always been regarded as one of
efth6 leading ornIthOalogst of the da tjhe MAt and most eoservative. His
--be Is udoeatedly the nrmot I. eoUeag deomntrated ther high
ntor la thefled. He has do more eem at ths mestiUn by electing
than ay other man to britn the klatet d m from the noor to the postion of
advance of saoenoe within reah ef Grat vce-preeldent Of the assoeiaton,
the public. Teachbm sad parents wie was Indeed ab honor of whieh
wlU nd that Mr. Chapman's lecture he. his bank and his friends have a
will eetually tan the destrueUve right to feel proud.
eaernes of their rowtng boys toward Mr. iaylor tate that the meetin
an Interest in the lvig birds, rather was well attended, and that a good
tha to the killing of them, ad this deal of good will no doubt accrue
without any dBaner of tbr being re- from the convention, which represent.
pulled by open preahment.' d every phase of Natlonal and State


Pupls of the bth shoot. will be
admitted tree of charge. For the gen.
woal public there will be an admaIlon
fee of 50 cents, and It Is hoped that
there will be an attendano that will
demonstrate oalnea ll"e' ap1reea
tko of a lecture of the rflt rank, and
of Mr. Ohapman'ls generolty Io .
ating his services. He wll btrin
with him undoubtedly the finest col-
letilon of stereopteon pletures of
bird n this country, all of them
either photographs of wild birds in
their haunts, or drawing by Mrnest
beton.Thompso,. aocurately colored
under Mr. Chapman's supervision.

Galneevlle Nateonal Bank.
The Gainesville Natonal Bank haa
a change of advertemaet to this L&
sue, which shows a most eenmragcn
busnees for this rousn but most re*
liable Inatliutlon. A statement
hownla an hgUreate of nearly
$01000 when It I only seven months
od., It a high compliment, not only to
the bank and its conservative oeera.
but a pnmpltment to the community
as well.
The Galaeville National ti already
regarded as one of the stranest laan-
eal tnistItons in the State and.
under the clever management that Is
directing Its' bUInsr afir there is
no doubt but what It will grow ad
prosper all the Utime and that Its uoe.
fulnes* to the people will Increase.

simple Rei- y ter La Oippe.
Ln ripe eeihs an dWngr am
Ute tfree ttr develop tot Pne
monla. Pote' Honey and Tar nt
only stop the eouh but beats ad
strengtheus the lup so that me msw-
oue reits need bo feared Th ge u
she hiley's Honey and Tar ecotatns
so harmtl drug and bis I a yellow
packagL Retu suebstitataae W.

BMday'. Fire.
Anu stru of re was* turned to at
tI: suintlay aftrunanm from oIto 4.
which .mtumontu.d the deparU tmt wit
the SU al Ir 1niitn*L TLe bar


&awvs ted tI' m,"bing bwevev. bWaI
only a oltqht da'ag,, to a oma b"eL
Ing in t lbv thutr oe-timofl of the
Oamee senlI ttn.ruI'rdb behw'er Ike
4untmaeet aeru rt'.4.(rd klu

ReguA"lateo b ouves. pn**oag
mw. ar ul wfvu"ntma eom 46
8U3egb As* POW
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beaklng.

Beware of Olntments for Catarrh that
Contain Mersury,
As mermcry will surely destroy the
nsee of amell and completely do.
rae the whole system when entering
t through the mueous aurfaoe. Such
arteles should never be used except
o prescriptLioa from reputable physi.
elaOn as the damage they will do
sl ton told to the good you can pose
dably derive from them. Hall's Ca-
tarrh Cura manufactured by F. J.
Cheney A Co.. Toledo. 0.. contains no
awrcury, and It is taken Internally.
acting directly upba the blood and
mucous surface of the system. In
buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure
you gt the fenuie. It Is taken In-
ternally and made In Toledo. Ohio. by
F. J. Cheoey & Co. Testtmonials tree.
Sold by drunxists. Price, 75c. per
bottle.
Take Hairs Farly Pills for comat.
patoa.
Mr. sp *uell to Wed.
from Tueeay's Dally Sun:
C. W. Bpreoell, oe of the popular
employee of Th 8 J. Thorna Corn.
pay, left @Bday for Annistoo. Ala.
where e Wedeeday be will be mar.
ried to Mis Bdlth MeMilla, a charm.
lg young lady of the Alabama city.
Mr. Spree l has may friends In
this city who wil extend eougratula
Uos Is advane, and who will wl-
eoe hlwsef sad bride upea their re
turn ad reed tet of GatneviUle.
Mr. and Mrs peroell will take a
brief weddtag trip before returat to
staetsville.
A Iiteh Is Time
Will mave ane o w l a bottle of
Ballard's lorbeound Syrup alwa>)
kpt on bead save many a Itlll of
elekawes A iwr cure ftir r otgh
eod,. bromeh*t and whoopa coueh
Mra ta.--- Hot 8prtss. Ark. writet
"I btp a bottle of allard's H or
homud Syrp to my a *d icle cbe
and thank my fmort4hout masr timv !
it hasW prwesed a Iiy sere a.'tlhs
of irknemeh badM by W. M Johen 's

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AL UTATE DEM.I r

T "le" ie hel O Desirable Property
S WihlAI Put pew Days.
. NW'twltrofntlung that some people'
af eltg hard times. there seenms
to 14 little or na decrease In real
o" t activity, for seldom a week
b0M*j but that several deals are

STWO of the most Important trapsac-
00 whlch closed the past week were
di6ut7 and suburban property.' J. M.
Sz.ofa Alachua purchased a desirable
l ]tract In North Galnesvlle,.
tainga a comfortable home. It is
h wsood that Mr. Cox and family
miS pecupy the premise and the
*Prm will, enagt In truck armLing.
I. P. HendeOpn, the extensive
IWi saa &and peach grower of
Ar who recently purchased a home
na the University, has saquired
posesston of a fortyacre tract of fer-
Wie land a short distance beyond
Hogtwn creek, on the Paradise road,
whiab he proposes to set out In
Speboes. Several of the best and
most hardy varieties will be set, and
Mr. lenderson expects to have a ffne


The MKndT You mAhm s yBoh
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All 0mtern t -1 .rfom e at
Impsrim t ofa tatrMie it wri nda" a td- om


What s CASTORIA
hoMrItotrs a hmuless Iubtl h itCo ti I($'mlr*
gowi Dmrops san Seething Syrope. It Is hIt
m- taoas mother Opiaun Morlphie mba other -ao
bstai .I Is a"e Ifts gu te It 4dte rU ranr
aM aHlays Fevterisr. It Coren Disathbet Wtnd
OUe. 1t r leves Teethlan Trophble, emrs prbn
-rid latleP It i .a.nilates the Food, l the
Stamh an M Bw b. giving healthy a- u~ --Ap
The ChilMre's kamoMee-Tbe Mo thr' Js IM .

CNUINsE CASTORIA ALWAYS

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In Use For Over 80 Years.


YOU ARE INVMl

To Visit Our Store and Inspect Our
Line of Goods, Consisting of......


lY KIS, NOTiO. CLOTNMIS, SO, U NAD, T, CCE,
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.THE GAINESVILLE BOTTUNG WI .
(UNIVE ITTT BDRAMD)
Yon may waI r your last cent tat it's fit to drink.' W w
andl control tVe iLght to many of the lading sot droft
tate, including i)grool, which is good for the da
liaisnt drink a well. Giin mr Ale, IPeh Mell,
Battle CiLk*r and otithr oLp ar drinks. Have Sor
new drink, JACK FRO( T? It's a dandly--its tr
Ordered by mail or telephone will receiveprem$-
hFat Florida Teephone--lon.d itanc mouxfbt
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HAVE FIELD DAY GIL CI

A830C ato I ve A- AllTC D


ranged F.iFe .,


GROWS HAIR
Cuticura Remove* Dlndruff sa
Soothes Itching Scalps.
it %haimp'nm with Cuijeuraba*,
!' t., e-.imuziwith Cuticura. prvo
Sii V t Iliitt. A1t 41falling hair. remove
'di- and dand ruf, demty
i, i i owm, s-tri he i litate, itiemnl
?d 1111111ato tcr he hair MIch
-t IiP eat lp skin, supply the oote
rjlv and nourahlmiatt, and
t', hslmr xnow upon a onot
I... h*'althv waJp wbmall
t IX)Outflt fsas.
*"T '1ffuI Mm"TWa Tw1 7
*r oir Inhiantia C'bidrn mL utcflS
%r IfV Se
~*'*.t (h
~.p. Doe


Sball throwing.
S.in dasb.
I race.
ng broad jump.
I, supplied.
Svault.
irinlge race---ame as a po
S\t(,Ipt that blank cartridges
:I. t'ad of potatoes. The
,to gather up five cartrld-
SI,.iiiyards apart. placing
:,i!gthie of his rifle. fire
S' out the nhell.n. locklin
i :,ii4 h( to the order and
f te;' soldier.
SrI lihurdlo race (three.


S i ri '., -- tta'm ot ve me S!. i'pited at scratch, and
%lo -I... .1.. .k thim 1w


immog in p em curw.
S* t N. carried by relays
S. "'f -I1 *'ar!, fr(nTi sratcrh and
r', I I I. r. In l
'\ -,'.t i A;t. 'll tlAl w. erected for
.... I*' all rcalin oa tes1t.
S', i ... hi hints for this event
i ,. .I lL.-ru b y asking the Co -

Sit.l0- -t ,!! II .4.' luninmy cartrtdlee
,e I ;ir i. tnl e, '- r Ertrdlg rac .

CHASE FISH HEARD FROM.


Man Who Lift GaanfiiCills Mytenie
iy at Hil l O Illde11 S6erna-
1. .ewv' h&' rtcv-vud Informa-
tr4 ~ !; 4 j ~l;r,p's 40f Intereet t0
(of.~.r tis t' Insaaurch 5A
It 4' the- u lh#riet,.ut. (of Cb(a


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Co:.' .i r:" b,,!y-.olIld Not
Sic:;'-- ': a, S&.s Wi
Last : ,i:- -3,,i Now Ct..:.

CURED IN THREE MONTHS
BY CUTICURA REMEDIES

"I take rpat pl.'aturo In tt'ilinx you
what ia g'ait hell it was fo,r Into to u .*
('uticira o lap and Ctuicura Ointment
for mIy Ialiy nkiec. Sho was suffering
frnm ilat trible torture, erwma. It
was all ,v-er her body but the worst was
on II.r fhicte and lands. Hbr hands were
o lwi l !.Ltt ele could not hold anything.
She cried alid scratched all the time and
coull iin. t s lep night or day from the
t'ratcrhiln. I had her under the doe-
tor's cHIa- fr a year and a haf and he
seenlmNi to lo her'no)lood. I took her
to tie I 's t doctor In the city and he aid
that sh e would have the sonl until she
was six years old. But if I had deo
r'ndtAll in ihe doctor mny baby would
hav. 1 -t hei mind and died from the
want -'f ild.
"I i-L a ull the remedies that ever
rdv t I ii Lme about and I tortured t
chltiil aii ost to detth. Then I saw an
thi- pit.r how (uticura was the this
f,,r irlil.itinK wkin. I bathed her.wit
\> r it \v ,it 'r ni Cuiticura s &ap and Uisd
tI!.' '.;,ei:t '-w i i )intm nt. he ancured
in ie i, in otisi. Now her skin is
I' i ir i nii ,- '..tah it couil ld be. I hall
I 1.1n 1 ithe'it u ocof ('uticurawheVrr
I it '. ,n in l ad mondltion. Alic
I I' ;I, 17.;' o :l.ron Avo., St. Louis,
S,., Mi.y '2 atid l. 117."'


WILL BE HELD MAC SIXTH

.Ineforsa Will Begin at 2 0C'ock in
,,(1 Afternoon, and WeI Continue
l:Iti Dark-Boys Now Rehearsing
r Their Variou Parts.
athe Athletic Assol,1iall ,if tdi
ty are arranging for a grand
l'da, which will be pullvui off on
alternoon of Friday, Ma;rch 6th.
ini at 2 o'clock.
Seventh is bjiiii li anticipat,'d
I deep Interest )y the I'niversity
1nd the exercises will no doubt
a large number of iour citizens.


The Program.
1' e following wiIll ie th, ,r. rui:
I. Hundred-yard da-h.
S. Throwing haninr r \it!h titrn.
L Wall-scaling tccit,. It ,t e.n
LiaM Of one non c lrlliii- !,cid onl-
ar and four ni, t ,i aid
lJppd as for drill *. tr, and
Ir twenty f,. i full
and equipl, i \, % ilI,
feethigh eli *,' ,,, li i.(j-
ifor Inch.s wi i ,
of each rill, 1 , i ith
blank cartrldg .- i. r t.


KOver, witan tri '
pment ardjut.t I i!
lr, plec .- ,
to be filled I. r *

any other i .
top; the llr i :
to fire hMe nI r
Sthereupon
to be fired !r':,
by the thr., i
team; '.
and cia, i '
and 11o I. .'
l lp Rini, ,i t ',, :. 1
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man i".. '%
Spreparlt. r .
Shot ar' I,:
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GAINESVILLE


ITAL OFFICES

mrn and Up-to-Date


U. S UrAIITEE
the vry- hw't ictwji
sowe g,'aalef.4 U4rk foir
dentmc't.arv- rleafil~ig
1 650 wr t per( tht. w u *',
~LIo has Iw'n raI. ctigl

en thW ffo .1 ci.*


lv' b't' a t.r a: 4
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irnrtv Wert.
nprwt" Work.h~..
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two I*Vtb ,~
Toll oebi
pffll~rilr
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Athletic


speech for the soverelat priolples of ly the crlir ( f attralou. being fll.
home rule. Now. comrade i for the lowed by grett orrwe-
honor you so freely conferred up(on arrie W sllN h er
me my warmes appre.latkm I. ilatcht d ey were goi lk
lfven, and to the admlnintratlon tot a
your affairs my hestot terviler e will t ... .. country lair..
your aLhiru my hel awrvlice willl a ,


ways be accorded with ant eye salle
to yr&ur Intest. and with a keam ewie
of the responalbitllt that Oe with
sh poalUos your forbearance Is asked
for all m takes. t reim berbi that
to err Is haos. W. M. lJUTCH,
(Com. of ltomewma Camp. U. C. Y
kata Ie. Il.. lreob. 155.6


mNost ebtoes"e A sad espels ta*
o ledr e aster e a I it is I ye
bntaive. s Is "mIssam. The em
SepegI- eA.- W.
MeggAAB 6 ,


Garin


Mi~sc


Sorghums


Peanuts


spring Osts


it iI sta er'U Vi 6 rarr7e mlMass 11"
dlurome of $I,i14 worth of the Ove-
lir. hatrhbet In Tampa at a quarter
r*rh. Io that evemt. If be corn
loralively muesweall *laewkre. It is
a source of praot lt be "creaky.'

This May Inreet VIb*
No oe Is mIwmmu m kMa e trom
ble. wo J ist rrmemb that Po lt
KlMe Cure wrll isp the rriweg
ltle* 8MM ewre amy k f t1hber ad
1ddr4i 0 e tha t is s ae tea
efs of meee W. mea*m
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COMMANDANT SL~ftUH

Asks All Membero te be PeMnt On
MarcNOlh. I j
To the Menbers of the Sto.,:.all' ll
C:nl,~ of Confederate VetI r.:,.
Lear Co.rades: On the ', .
1': h ,i v ;'1 LLe c llled to31e0 ,
1 t !:r" I.. ;.lu n. n1it '< 41tln as v :\*
i.i, rtaiit ltui -inou'> s to alttC .; t i

I int lera h ue tio itteindl the inI i I i
Tho' comitiittet' on by-law is "'
t r port; also other co $i !i 1
~s thel conulllittees onil niI
fliliian will niae reports, t ii>, \
by-laws wUl be adopted. 't .tay
away, but come and 1 Iape our G n

I trust that no rude blnst wiI s a the onic t l tle1 alatli"
blight or dispel our most *mnforting by thSlbelg p o II y a i s
realisationa. We should be a fitmlly
of co-workers In a cause so grlnt and Si
sacred that no unharmLnoltalt or dils
cordaut note should enter tei our ide- T
liberatloan. LAt na gt together for
the accomplishment of the great oh- l4
ject to which we have pledged our-
elves. Your commandant neds yvir It will est pot' o0 time rv
cooperation and loyal rapport. uland ka yBitlie direrarl u re
with this the year will yield n richly fg i '. 1 botstleha" r te
harvest of patriotic fntctlfeation HRe'- e i a the etact Age, Pr
member that on the unit depiiends ithe _ui 1 W lt1 1.
success of the whole body, a fact nvi nU-Jit!3 1t2 TO 1
phasised and felt by Oln. 1.', \lhenl V AIN OF m IN WO
he declared that victory dpr CHAS LUM CO.,
CHAISlNOflLM & CO.,
upon the mien behind the guS \Ve BEDINOGiSLD CO..
that were behind the guns, lho, .ire I C. C. BUTLER, Jacku
yet living, uliould lperpetua.i;t th,. SOLOMON 8HAD, Jac
memory of thowk brave 1an i ill.li HANNI BROS., Jaok
w. F. $l91A, Jacks
bpirlts rlie like whit. clouds tin J. J. WILLIAM, Jack
sky and tell us thni they died fi r a
just cause. The caulie for whi. h th.y -
fought Is not a lost eiuse; I repudiated
and condemn the phriats. They weIre t*I -
were not fighting for the perpltiiutilon 4
of the principles ulo n which the' I 'iion
was formed, but the right of lIwHal lf. ieMo -
government. The soverelgnty of t' hre
States Is the seed of the tlili iic Iad
ito steadily Irowing li streilgth inid
vigor. Their ttrugile, was for o i
atltuatonal govrnniuent. the cornier- M e Sw Carrie.
stomn of National Union. M. h io i n ,ntlotling the return of J. K,
condemned the South sald denout,,llnd VWalnrilht from IlcIAnd. where hit. o
us an retel anid trailtori have r.li-ed wt to 1wit1 1is daughter. Miss Julia. 4
the veil of ire.ijudle. and nowi ncrie dal nad itllend the rvcelption tendretrid by II
to us the highest tribute of ptitrliotle h.ttclmi I'uli.rAlty to John II. Stetson,.
courage nnd manly devotion to the. Jr ,The uit eitte, to mention the f
great principles upon while thlrb O. Ifat that Mr .Wainiright alo had tho. d
eminent was founded. ULoklig bhck
ernment was found. lolK bk ,iwrtulty of Ise.ei that world., i
after the lilse of nearly hatlt a cc,
after the lape of narly half ri. f lo character, the sloon Imasher W
tury. the terrible lossp..oi sstatal l t-ii aon riey f tibaio d a lnlimt '
all of the red lields, fruomi l Ik.thel ,,.ryiIng el (.'rre Nal .
to A iponuattox. throw a halo arni Mr. Walnwrght tated that Carrie w
a Just cause which Irows brighter na, wi "ddn lknd, but that he i
the years roll on, and which shuUd wasI comparatively quiet In that town. me
nerve the heart and ln lme the ... i-lttkmllnins th il lhe w .as i a iL ,


Tropical Orehid In Bloom.
Almoat a yi'nr ago se'veral tropical
irclilds wer recelvcel from a 'corr
pliiondeJnt hi Trinidlad Ot. of these
onxluced a blomn ulst yuar. Thl year
lllnther *ullihlcl'n ii produrlnl a proi
utmlon of bioni. The spoelhi (It Onel
ilihin lailrrolatuin, lhrting the sunny
urt of the day the iprfunre from thil
orgoous orchid is moat eaquelle.
rhe, xlreiMphioue on tho hrtkiultural
rnmiiendt at the a.iirletiul It nation
vill be olpe from s o'clock In the
iornhllt until i o'ekwok is the after
enon, and all pr rMonr wbo wowld like
n Mse a noot beiutitul tropical aoreM,
nd get a brestb of the delicate pel.
ume, are Invited to visit the groe
Jouse


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University beye Hne
The tniverltty base ball team have
returned from tDeLand nd Winter
lark. Al the former place they pla.
,*d two ganhe with ItJats, sad at
Water Park awt Ite Rolalns bolys
the diamond for two gaiie. Th
were suoa tuate, bamviag et m asl
round defeat

ere ver y Yeee
Mrs. Wisalw's sethlmg SBrY bs
ba w4 fetr -iNlm 'e ithb It
hef the *MM. aefa ss Mhe pm.
maim anll pI siwes wl le.,
Ilad kt soe b" oe u llVA.
^erJ Ir ftkb ft^^B -M--^bt- ^M^B ^f~rrH^^^rl


Wakukm=


Tomaoes


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Gae ad

Wa Beam
Wnarm


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bk owe


p~Ec: Sd`~lrL


.lr cni'~Et'4 rat~l 5*I ISC
pU& thrt bed a-ava'l~" m a
i~ fl rwe se 1et ~rl--
Mes. d V Mst~r CUII~J
~labor 9matla -~r Me


ral Whiskey
of wbkb arena lly reconlgnd
cities. II your system ned
re *i edge" try


r In almost no time-by oin
bound r benefit your health i
k .-m--ese"t me ssllta.
government "(rrcn Stamp"-
oof and Measure. N4o oame

Mr UM RIP RUAID

ecksonville, PFr.
Jackeonvllle, Fis.
onvllle, Fla.
keeonvwlle. lIe.
eonvile, Fla.
enville, Flea.
lenville, Fla.


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iare la the eat doty of tb
p i i the county where the
sourt wa- heM that about two4hirds
of the m"e of oit t rare fully
qAUIed t r Jury duty; that a list





lw lt woulndred ae men of aen e
e jum fV Wry dt, thr e r does
not tdad theo s u a ofdl aeM doeema
If t of mas of that race; that mu n
of that race have served oa the jury
In the pat but that It Ihas been
long tim rene ao n of that re have
served on the JuryIn the court; and

ges t purso is that should Improve
t of tellectual and oral sonditIon.
As there has been t charge to the
tow that would exclude m(en of ay
raoe from jury duty, this evidence
teded to show a discrimination on
Sount of rae or color; and sch uno
oeotroveted evidence Is at lefst suf.
aelentto squire some pmoof othatl ot
wIthltandtg the fate t evidence .
there wa o o discrimination o a
oolwt of rae or color against y per.
soM o any race tn the selecting d
summoonng of the juror.' (Then sI-
low several au'horltlee.)
St'A this u o amtrov raid evn

aapr IJtperI He e aesa Mrof. Ae or
4olr aIte sel~ettor the iJutors who
UaWp were o o Be UN el t to


the halle gee toterposed shouldM ave
bn msutaled. (The qm aore autor-
Ites pre -uted.) Tbe otdgment t re
vr ae d f e cause to rmn aned or
further proceedlnga according to

tow.'"
THS 111W 1bAMe AOOR.

taron KooMr Taahirar has return.
ad to this country as ambassador
from Jan. He cceemds Mr. AokL
wbo, while ans etdmaniWe geleana.
did nt altoeter ft the ppitlUon is
Washton. The mw ae bassador
mahed Wasagttn just as the battle
ship squadron was on the last stretch
of Ka journe to the Ptelc Coat. and
the at thing et he d tn handing
Was to xflat to the asssibed owsf
aper meg that he regardd the cruIR"
as purl any a Americas satr and one
on wbhchJaman had 1 Deed and no
right to cotmoti. The wboir time of
Phi t Intrvitw %rl most friendly aad
wdal. lie rstU s out the rewa.m
tor thisa cnlry and JIpan continuing
es a frtritiy basir and I ri*brio
amaln$t ttI4&t bn anything be
6ri4dly. Mr. Takhhra ha. wervfd
In thst uimtry bher. He &rnow
Amerksas avy, and the poeftlh eo
the Neweappr. as dioemnataureit U
80 m064en o t publc oginsl, His
tismea wee prpaee i n writbg. ea

w o ed be a m friendly r snsont i
NkmO1 to be sud n uektd N
Ww at arm Io 0 &a *a ft
IWAM WONO soft 0*1Q,1~


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3'-iyrsp .t A i
<*-- *^- L oostains ad Ie g imApqrt;
Decmber S1, 10S, at pansaa to te, Z
uIt, p. as nelusse aitter, l~ ~o Athes
ader Act o CoGM bf 6 arok L, .oiothed with tTbIrh te *utter
g." -e of selecting jr, "wiotl to ~is tol.
:- lilt. ------ -_ of
Published very My oda and Theday lows
at GaInsville, Floras. -Tei hupfre Courot tI Florida a-
v reered 1 th fe Jdi9t htae lower
4. H. WMCREARY, Editor and M'ger. court l thi ti bla t ap "gst I.
S- W. Montgoamwry, 'a iWd with
Terms of Su.e0rlptlon: eombe l meO ee boe y h by in
The Twiet-Week Sau (1 a year; 0 treauwp of *- lodg of gokbnd
rlt months, V ; osigle couples, iaghL t ot PythI ad has rimaded
Advertltia s I the ao *ei l\further proceedings o
Local advertleImets. 15 cents a eardnig to ,ow. I
is Is atvert a m ent for thru I R i
.,ib A dmv mt for thb ,.o% .! II l um aV
rAi twelve lMths at special r atesfa l dp oM al l ad im !
ua m oed upon aaari t*r* lra. ee by the o '
low.. tvW% & onto..a UU&
t. re wee, c e it roa on the pauel
Or lbdrg Lt aw from, Ot twry boc and the sag
al U t Tbil-a-Wee l elpe pl edby thq iherl i ad
(N. V.) World o year....:.1. from whl a Jry was seOared to
"R eJ au a The Atlanta (Ga.) try the oa.
Weelt GMtiatifoa one year. 1.7 ,
The Me aU d The Atlanta (as.) I. ; arwl, the a o. attorney.
I.ElW Joermam one year 1.50 carried the eae b the upreo
fm OWrd n Bem-Wiokly I court, a4 yested resolved La eerti
I k one year........ 1.50 fed sY o thedolelrf of the
ttl,6b it M M of the
* r e wiu not aeept stmps of and the opWpl of lste *WhibtpMd a
_ -_ -_ --- e nts. whtct iscom oetrredj l by ,Cief I Ih

The New York nun says the Federal mT.lor, mK es a e
*obeholders are the linchpin of the t
Raepbliean party in the South. lm'Ln *Ar Nt i owtg t cane and theL e
it A fot that there is nothing to the omt4sm11m" the plMalom COoW
R Lpultosn organiatlon her but the mdA" WOl :
*iabhpis" and the negroT "*WaIf ihe pure-apt t tha W t t
-- _offlee "v" &talip eiirged their o,
Gorenor Sparks has appointed a 4duty In elos d1t ai mouaing te o
carpenter as afspector of 'Nevada's urs under statutes that do Not a
new tate police., His friend s ay, lrltOalp iay a1l dis!eralnatlo, yet
bower, that it is not to be lafterle Mib i bt a presUptiso that may be 1
&be tr that the Governor lateab fn S tmy evII"g to the *ort r.


A LIESON FOR ADVRTISr Ri

As Instanoe of the value of news-
papr advertising to increase or foreo
trd, the following fct are remark-


to build up a wooden force. ,

SThe TiesUAlosn Sht Talk editor
ays: "Winter gives a parting squesse
to h beloved lande to the north of us
andwehiver a blt, buta rforlda un
v rt of the Ou rstrea ad springO
eq c s sowith the morning, riding on


Te Lake City Index nominates Hon.
F;nk AdI for Nation l ommittee-
S ml, ad. wits to know what other
editors think of the sominaion. So
tar aa l ton s Oonoerned Frank
Adams wl gt he dltor,e vte for
AS ytbag e reuns for.

About the eat way to got a certain
y oftial to enter, the race for
Y- re~tica isfor certain people to son.
tbme tttmating that be is afraid to
Saamno his own candidacy. And
n en rest assured that if he does
go las the light he will be a hard
N n to beat.

Soe. H. A. 1. MeKea to editor of
The Paiatka TtimeeHeral has yield*
ed to the seloltaot of numerom s
SIendb ad e wanted to stand for .
SoMtleAU to th Legislature. Mr. M
Keasi represented the people of Put*
am S aItr iably and cnaeoulilously
drtnga the last aeon. and The Sa
woM be pleased to see him reoelted

Albert Willwasa has the o llowirt
B the lat lat u of Ms Jacheavrlle
1ierMtla: "A Ctrcat Juldge haa d
id d that apple eldr may be sold tn
Seorta 'with tImpulty.' Well, that
a y be all right but if they sart to
sMeling It with Jamales ginger latead
atof mpunty.' the we may expet a
nvval of that der old breakdown.
*ellO's Broke Looe In eorgia."
-r-------.- -- --
S The TimeUnast of i st t Sunday
S was a mammoth edition of a4 pase.
g desemnated the "Oreater Jauk
avitUe Industrial Mitlon and Rpe0s
tsl Number" 'ie arst pag was
1, hmsdmnanl Illuetratted and the otur
w' sais re nlned with etwreetin
m~atSr on anbjees appropriate to the
tit'of the edUton. Tbe *Sn eoarsat
Ilte 4fdltr Wiloma and his staff uspas
the great sues of the emerprie.

u"Te jnpinole tf paI for the tnol.
td StalA," saes The Ttm t'tn lon,
now Knight's Key. T rhe n rUad is
wontriul and plicurecque--. show
Is ttwit, a leto lat hIltori. a dram
ai& a aitry Irt. ry ut dtn't you far
Set thai from Now York tn Ban wrfn
leco ta tie of need the route rt-lb
Iat CoaWt via t#h lkanaa raJiwa)
*hortas thOe IOb by 3.0 aulea. that
SInteis ofor9d hor all Katrs frettat
and I the teitmue ot the. Pord
road "teambpas frw Cbta. Jap
and the P 'iAbe wViN la edt r tw
weary pO Iger 1a lg4 16 --oess wf
lame mradlnn IW every eI e Ms ea
JIacamranel to0 dosldmat -e.
karg r Uilill~


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SOILY ONC t MtIUM.

.TmeBrooksville ArBig., an ardent
apporter of the Broward adminltra.
Uate, correctly ums up the prebetm
Situation in Florida politics a- fol.
lows:


it is an anomalous state of af-
faira to have a party to call itself
Democratic and yet have no way
provided for the people to express
their sentiments except through
the medium of officeholders and
oflee-eekers. Under present con-
ditions the people are only called
up'to decide between contestants
who shall hold the offices. That
the masee may have views and
wishes to express aide from their
choice of of oce-seekers does not
appear to have entered into the
minds of those who devised the
present system of party manage.
meant
The Apalachlcol Times makes
the following pertinent comment upon
ihe Argus' statement of the case:
The Argus has not forgotten the
days when the party assembled
in conventn and adopted a plat-
foam of prciplee. The adoption
of the primary-a free-for-al fight
in which the personality of the
candidate plays an Important part
-has changed this condition, and
there are many men who are not
satisfed with the change. Pri-
mares are expensive luxuries and
frequtly the poor but deserv-
ing man is debarred from ofce.
seeking on.account of the expense
he must incr it he is a candidate.
Primary politics depends-not
so much upon the pole that reach-
Oe for the persimmon, but upon
Sthe hlath of the candidate's
purse, hence party principles are
belomlng obsolete and the dollar
replaces the fundamentals of de.
moeracy.
Bros. Russell and Johnston have cor-
rectly sised b the present situation
in Florida. The Democratic party of
the State I without a decalogue of
principles and' the sole issue is
"oflee." The State committee whieh
met in Jacksonville on the llth Inst.
should have called a State convention


obf.
able
wed
olcarl
antu-
fUil.


tored d
advent of
URA OMN- WN NO Mi
to-day we *au

Dr. PkM wielem-ft
gas sahma to aww"AY


MA em uw s-
Go mmu rim d0 lgo

otemruw tue is

mm U for th mw
l S
eeri is d f do i
"its" sbw do Um


nrsca md rs s: .map

of the edaeon Ma




If more of a




same kindly dispoaltlon a B.
Hare of The Aradia News bll.
ren would come nearer d t
gether I peace. The lnmn '- his
paper of February slit e~ an
editorial under the captloa a tt"--
men, Spare the Aged," whio rllld
be carefully read by overy 4Itr In
the State. It breathes the rt"lq.hl t,
and so far as The Sun Is Pimeed
we are glad to say that wi d en-
deavored, as a Journallit, to N3 up
to the precepts thereof. WO aree


able. During December the orders to nominate Presidental electors, se. with Brother Hare that all te of
resved by the Douglas Boot and leet delegates to the National conven- the candidates for Governor f hn-
Shioe opany of Brckton, Mass.. fell tion an' adopt a platform of prin- orable men, either of whoa wuld
off ao eosequence ofthe business de' clples, but It Is evident that the pow. make th e tte a good chief m
preidonl folAowing the panic. The ad- ers that be are afraid to trust dele' tive, and we think none the ls of
vrtising manager of that large con. ates selected by Democrats with those editors who are not srppi lt
enr menottobed the matter to Oover. such matters. The Bun's choice-John N. O. hk-
not Dboagls and asked his avlce, -- ton. They have as much right ( a
whether under the circumstances they One of the good things about the choice na we have, and W o Sieve
should place the usual amount of ad- candidacy'of General Gllchrist is that they were as honest in arriving at the
veotlilng drawing january and Pebru- be has the newspaper instinct In concluialon ns to whom they wfold
ary, which are usually the slowest him and furnishes such beautiful type. support a-e we we. /
months In the year In the shoe bust. written copy for the press. It may not
ee. Governor Douglas at once be avalatlbl for publication In every The money stringency out as Ice
ordered an tereane of 30 per cent in InRtance, but at least It shows him to -at least very little. The C s lee
the amount appropriated for averutl- be an up-to-ata man, quick to utilize fields on the Hudson have beat ae-
iag, declaring that euh an increase modern facilities for the spread of In. elected by the companies beeam. of
would help to overoque the unfavor- tellgence. General Gilchrist and his the hard times.
able business outlook. There was con. "Ndus Achatee," Editor Jordan of The -....--.-
slderable skepticlm about the result Punta orda Herald, are two highly ncTc OF APPLICATION f qAX
among the prtanple employes of the Intoreting figures $ the pending cam. Dn D UNDER SLCON I or AiM
Douglas company. But the reilt palg. hardly spectacular, but always r tLAWS OF FWRtDIA.
showed almost an immediate Improve attractive, and there is a charm in the NU Lw Oeb, wIeUs A
rpnt In bousle which Is now aver. utter loyalty between them almost unl- pmtbsi is Oerttalu
dar oftAril. A. i& i t.l
going more than last year during tbhoe que on tbis hard grasping age. The Gen- o u a s I o.*. -jse
unusally 1dull moth. oral and ths eloquent organ are mak. a esats 4e t a We" o-
o easemn we low. not0
Thus the butsinese agacty of Gov. lag a noble fbgt and H they go down bm lther i w asriUe.
ernor Douga has overcome the hard In defeat. which now sees probable. N. 4 ol Swbw is ee. a Tp
times and his optimim has proven It will be a spectacle to paint a moral M ls~ d i sel- s aat
an antdote to the Repulican panic. and adorn a tale for many long years oU* o m ao ofM oem ur eise
The advertising nagr of Oover- to come In Florida politics. And we t' V.l s ae% Ial**a* be are1H.w
nor Douglas'extala the phenomenon are sayinlt this no flippant or Lroni l w a. ow %Iredob. "A
of Increased esles wh g by all the c*l spirit for there is really sompthing WI Lt bmy oletial sar t a
Nle of beLbes the should have Impreaive. almost Ideal. In the renl. i % of Fer Hry.
been a idearase as entirely produced dteo f OBrother Jordan and hli candsl Clorcrfct0 Aleeg bosom
by the ltncred advlrtlst. Other dte rarely a modern polltlis- ic
dvertiser f hoes wo drawlx n PIsn c a Jor N Cnl n APPE aICATIOW ,O i
their borne and many of their fuormr ----- -. V*. LAWs or rwMaDA. m
I a t'lI 8 oUD eo
ustoer wnre indeed to patromlal A prominent lawyer remarked to None i b.ere y sgt a s
the o uglas ISi tompaay bese it the editor one day this t wh s that st rs b aay, as .ee
was more than ever brought to their if l-Governor Jrunlug pleading Wl d s eaeIW teo ias
oe. a orw ct tIfor which he to paid igOkal a s,84
Pwerstent advutItng pays. tor lat 15.000 a year fromI the Internal Im.- I. ,P'wer- ed
year nsrty i.e aewspape carried proveeteot Fund. then the romni,'r ..r, se 4 s s% y
the Dongtas adverttwsee t. and the miss ade by th. I. Tn. Tn t* I:: N a 'i1 .le is a r', F'
pwts of the b*usine wwe larger the L A Bmread Co&npa n .1 f 0.1r`a Kk
thea #%er damnable outrage ; tib eopie .


Congremamn Frank Ctark will prob
abtl have another "walm-over" I the
May rimary. Jedgf Farria of Jack.
sonvlwlo. who had anisoened hbl I.
teatio to Iake the racr aailat him.
havtin g ra ed.. t Ik said. thnt it
s uwm le o eo atl this lUi*n. T*h
Judgels '"ed sighlt" to certIally
ia rc cteer' than his lrot, and h
*WIN ia ble L wmrk i tie and e-
pow by bS s *at of the racW
Te poewee rft Inew w be able so
dia yea 1MFTh iMai Cl I Is
thew iye m 1 5am a e nt live
INmash OWN." ft o a~ a
d de 0g e -0 1- --a t s
umb 64W 0Mo -
W1 .4A


bar", be" f(IN11%fw I It'.vtdfbrw* a
..- A AMM
and slat at itber r R 4 .4 I'I ir

UItld to may c rr-ilt for ,. h %.-
OWW" 68 sstheY ha. 1* D'AlTI:,' A' : ryI nA s
la mwy e r ls r aro l e li U s w' i.' *I T! V L A A f riA'K I U A .''b
0., -rilim %cw
h urer 1160 vwfw tho v ri A L A
grtmimany r".1v in Slit ..' '- ., e san 3
vbsa he sa td that ha tn hgi siV, .. I *

to afkas wopr1.* 4. 1 f -
tha th Deocat of)O ti~r:t.:la r .. ' ~"' '. 7. b
.- .V- JL~
Awt bom Xatk mm rot. r.u~\r m .-5;r
doing eh Jfr W. J Iltry ta in I .I .
1 a10 1*0 1 Nur to' ttd 1 '
fm Me. WUbIo ebn hisI ". r'.-
V'W Ift 10;7 ft2~
WIIt .be in "' Of Mr Rnar elev
#a gem too a st Y RrY10*6 vie IN Meamoa fam
Orm
Urn ~ -


M4 aWebhave beh every stralaed'
7 t h jago element i both con.
rtm The sovermpets of the two
outtre have alwal deptred to be
rWedly. It is sam now that the
olits e difereoe are nearUtS an
djustment. Ambassador Takahira
a bui rent to aid to the argument,
nd it Is the duty of all good Amerti-
a Olties to help. hm and to help
beir owa government in every pooe
Ibl way. There is perhaps an lr-
eOnelaSble dierenc between the
hie ad' the yellow race. This in
he eoiee of time tois ely to break
at late open oallnt. But the time
if OOlidm is not necessarily in sight
r Man y yeoar. and while the Jap-
e may have their opitoon of us,
ad we have our opials of them. the
aSlet way to adjust differences s to
M e noew am asuaor's statement
i r~idablp at t face value, and
t the future take care of Itself.
leaihfle ofoourse proer naval pro-
laoas arm not out of order.


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ART 27,9 1


S ALACHiA COUNTY IS BAD NEGRO SHOT
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AWARDED BIG PRIZE


WOMAN IN THIGH


recognizedd by Jo gu s as Leading Mocked Womnt's Dead Father,
County of MidJl Florida. Then Inflicted Serious Wound.
C yor

CREDIT TO MANAGER T.NCH THE PEOPLE WERE INDIGNANT

It Was Almost Solely Through His WVhen They Learned the Facts in the
Energy and Efforts That the Lisplay Case, and the Negro, Tony Bosby,
Was Secured, and. Unaided and After Being Arrested and Placed in
, Alone, He Worked Up Fine Exhibit. Micanopy Jail, Was Brought Her.
The people of (;Galiis\ llhe and Alach- A nwst u calledd for ragedy occur-


Ia county coitgratu'atte Fair Coilinis-
sioner and Maa -i-.r .1; W. Tench, through tl., energy of
whom Alachua c(1I'. \na~ a awarded


red at t.vintto:; Saturday, from the
re'-ult of which a colored woman, the
Il'tte of whJni rctould not be learned,
lite in a critical condition at hor home
Silth ail ugly bullet wound in her


a prlse of $ :.' fr tl niig the bet thih. and the i;an who Inflicted it.
display of a\ ny to'iit.t I, middlee Felor. I''tay Ito.,by. I now peeping),', from be-
tIa at the Start. F.ir T'.,r ,zes w.re tha: the, lars of tie Alachua county'
awarded b a ,,,; ; c,, ,haigt, t. ul. vl'g tn ltrought here to
Judges, after i-t car'fl int..t ''i, him lfro the wrath of the people
Station nnd stu i,.. ;,i N w.s. t.( ti.i of Itat section. who art indig ant over
that Alac'u.i \;s :. *, to, It I ,,,,, I, epi,)lode of the tnero man.
from this setctii, I i .I. sl I 'roiIt the information obtaluable.
Manager Tench t,, inll t it p'l"ls that Isosb., who was evl-
S more congratulat . .. f th. nllv tulnder the influence of nome-
'act that ho? \, I ths (iti,, r,,, tliiltz stront r r than sweetened water.
S slgle-handid atd .n .I, .\. .; n, t to t he woman's houe., uninvited.
,i nancial as.st.,, 1 t lhe 1.r nl .: '"1l iani ntiwking the woman's dead
County Con.ii- or r .iy fa;lher, who had some peculiarltles.
p public sourt'. .. \,; a,, It, .. i a ittost arcastil manner. The
hibit, which wa.s .. n reprianded him, it is said.
rlcultural unturhh tiu i;,.r.lt-il 1 in vl li h pulled an ully-looking run
this line. decla.,l b. fr. th iz.s "d deliberately shot the woman, the
4., were awarded th.t ;ti i. -lII,la ..;: ball entering the right thigh.
not receive a r. uard it \% oli d It hea Tosby was arrested and loded In
because of lack of it. t antMl niard the town jail at Micanopy. but it is
r work of those \, :l it in ... ;id that feeling was e high la the


nor because' tl \!ni'; w u.- .t di-'
servlnR. Tg ;:;. P iki,! hI. ;I,.t
sista&ts are to b c'nigra ttlatir for
their successful t effort, il thit: I!rt'-.
tion, espleciatllly iti i tn i o ( t itlr'i;i'.
ment froni publicc ,in i.. .'
There w re lmiian 'rtitlri n lnt
able in1 the Al.tcihua; c'n(iit \ ,\ltllit
which were con-lplictiou for thiir ith
senco lii other ('collty ldi.sI;ila i it.
bly among \ whiih .,,r,, thli, ,, I l I
cotton a d hia ( th,' I ',; t '
were a large ti ::; ''" ' il '
tive-grow n, t iil ra, i tlI;rt. ii 'i
rietle... ,whih h atttr:al tl t.h ;t i;: t
tion of vl'iAtor i ;t ,in ,
There were, ali : ;, '
fruit ai.d nihir r;il.-.
Th toti tl n iIilt r .I pi :- i
A lacl''a ,on th \,.r . - !,'t t I


vnuiinunity It was thought best to
trait fer him to the county prison fo
stfekepling. A spirit o Igeneral In-
(lIaoritlon prevails among those who
have faml'larlsed themselves with the

Hoshy was brought to Oalneevllle
illn mitMdy of Marshal Chrisman of
M icaiioy yesterday.

CATARRH IS CURABL..

SucceIsful Experlments in Abating
and Curing This Disease.
..',rrh is an entirely unneessaary
S.r and should not be tolerated for
!*le day now that Ilyomel is so
'i.ally libwn .and has made so
S (ures In Gatiesville and other
C' ~~,


486. ., ".!, In adldtin t ,' i .' ;. . ',, ,I h,.,try that catarrh was a blood
$St,. Alaclhua CiTii \,,r I' t Ii a ernm trouble, and the


$200 fr th, latr '-t ;
of agricultural .1 ". t
largest and I, t ,il- L.
$200 for the' I .e' I n '
of loulltr-,, i. aki : t
county Iriz- 7V r *
awarded Iludi'l t ni l lr:" '
the lariue-t ;ta I t '
try and $1i t, f,,r t ,. .'- -' t'
display of ( 't,:' *' I .i, 1 ,,r l ,
awarded w ith o i( i f it'' ; r


PARKER USED KNIFE.


Stabbed John Gdines in Back and In
flicted Painful Wound.
toa Wedniieda!yi I.'.I
Tuesday ni hit ;i -t !., r. : ,
the corner of \\e t M.ir tr *, ' ."'1
s d Eas t Ill.ertl 'ri ,,t *. ..
Of c e siderstil' e* 'nct ,n i *'
oa altered action i l t '",
Mr, Jr.. and Jhll in G.it .
4erd, a whichln. r *. *
lad painful knife '<" o, . "
N one seenS t kIn o t ..'* ''
I" eu rtd. but it 1 ;'.l. r .1 "
fkor stalled '. :" '
aMe., and ben l t. .. r .
SN ed him
alIle was ta'-n ". '
ae hi bewound '....,,' r
nnagd underr arr, -t .*
, ier a bond 'f '." '
at" In the nn' r *' "
Ib&


'. \ I1 lyoniel, which medicates
., ,on breathe, killiun all Oatar-
i ; .' r'! -
n. er..r I, !1' rd health In the
th ). Ipine' formatr, flled with fra-
n, .11i h'nlling balmIms, mo there Is
:I'. ,i, alth In bretblahn Hyronl.
S, .:r. I~ this l.res'rlptlon to cupr
, .. srt taseu of eatarrb. that
I k\ \c.,'llumn & (Co self It under
S,>',lItI gujarlantlel to' reflrd the
t f,*.s not do all that Is


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J3NESVILLE N1WS.

w,.. b 2 4--Rev Taylr

.'ii ere4Y an lr Ieretlmg
4# r!. iI.arr" an d kr uto

'C. It .'14ufI tsia it that so. are

I IlsI. ilon .1 'We Miller a0d
'I I It -It *.! N. u. rrJ ai te de 1

tI C h b
tirn t 1., 1 I'ts rItf Ib~f la
I I I C i.',.r tlhe

p *.t ~t re tstd


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Prdon V lt'c
.If. Tucker
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Lousville,


San Fracdiso, Cal.
Ky. U S. A.
London, Englad,


WIIIl


MR. LAMAR TO SPEAK.

Address Citisens In OGanesvlle
on Pelittlel lesue.


lifn. W. II. lmaer, Coagresoman
from the third distrtet, and Ieadidate
for t e United Statee eoate, mseds
the Infornmatlo. that he will address
the citltens of Oalneevlle sad Amlabh
county lu Jalneerille on THradaly.
March 6th, at 1t o'clock a m.
Congrtl"r man IlamWr wil discuss
the tpolitiet al tuea the day. He to
asu eoqunt speake. mad will sO
doubt talk to a good crowd.
The pubie is rortially blatIIe a4d
a speetl Invitatlon is estaded bt the
ladlee.
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'se e f w the o $ of ": a
AiMebSa emastO, too61 5k!
a the pssf thft Iwit) sIt
them faithtlA Ily adl.IZipwwio~~~

PoR COUNTaY COlot W10N6
I romps"My otrc
49 uw "U" st me 4"r
vow at lor lo Ij:06masn
'maimtr the pe lt.bb


FOR USMolkgI SCHOOL S
mdijam ow iehlt4i4
Goto 04 good IRSmh L


Muse AttMenton S at e N 0th&e fact ThW eTrasr Dp tmest hs muWO5no, t& Sh Pelt. he'
that It was the s Oeivl9 of A XI@a) Knights9 Key a mbba, mt @1 sWTa, Od ~6W. %SS4, 10 H a9OI
holdayA. A handame mportrait of em. a depty enlies:rof Seami .[
Wahgtoma oempled a nmeplouvibse beeS appobowi Se so She so d Atft I
ImoItlomi ts the ea room. and charge og the NaIeN on"s -"0
brahebs of red Javiml ewith mo mwo karl o" A l h the Mar0Ie -
nt blve viol@Wswort apprprriae l642151 9jpe"s OWve matSs mq mlmPOWAA2gUm
devorastioss. Via ae et s ervIe nmess ae i ta 7 77-7
the Natuonal clrs were w ron &94ywhtreffs% to~ oftP er Tee Y u
In etliesse. seotembig WboC tw r'- "IU 50M b9ffe
Whist wow the sm. ad see graNpIaa o ls A" mi m dh d
tables dk*USpis461 uMW, d htbeeS. lakObWewillO make Kft's~
while a cleft Ins he SWem"m 4t,8 a ettbemeeS0 Mm1p wevl *a
Smalr Wmpeat"w-eoeb h ue er o f be asoue h tmIS aar a aom e
maftb ribbosmslessd (hei pmr m lWp9 L a soonmeltg "d a"
tI se a uos as e a (softU a
Mrs Urcelm oft Kq VN be a ai el. u lvftf
WtfW o the pul. a garew~ WOOF. .heart of iW = &0e i'
.-ob. Patin" by Mrs. Teborm. 80of wIn forumb A--O

A e a pbmm t oerm The 4551584 h e S bQFI IiO A
I& hi.srlifte srFOePF41moe ese 406s 6" Will 60
*on. rI04 csaps o m go 6404 ll At Au IN114111 11
.tao-h bIard0000 afsuei"sa son"i bveta mnds t to 5ONof soi
*ur~vo .i ugedgiv%&g"mu. adb~etgo qboami~mat to acE*A*uiW
% l : .m lmv1,4" he mde b "e ov *o
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ODrIOHTFUL CARD PARTY.

Mrs. Alien Halle Entertained Many
Friends Washlaeon's birthday .
"The prettiest oard party of the
eason" was the universal verdlet of
the ueet who were fortunate enough
to be present at Mm. All. n Halle's on
lat Saturday. The date. PAehruary
Itnd-Wahilnston a birthday --gave
opportunlty for unique and MptrWktic
decoralons, which were taken advent.
age of to the fullsL A large I. S.
fIa. loaned by Col. A. P. Morrow the
soil and rents taillul the tale of swrvy
ce Is aUotio, was draped acrus the
halt, and loal tiremerf of the red.
white ad blue. Intartwiaed and fee-
tooned over walls aI cltasdllers.


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the We-nfomed of 61 0
is to learn as to the relat 't standing and reliability of the leading nman
era of nmieicinnl agents, as' the most emninent physicians arc the most catldl su
the uniform q itlity nnd perfct purity of nrmedies proscribed by them, and it io weli
known to physicians and the \Well-Informed generally that the California Fig SyruTp
Co.. y season of its cqt rtet nwthods and perfect equipment and the ethical character o
its product hase attained to the high standing in scientific and commercial circles which
is aqcordtd to successful and reliable houses only, and, therefore, that the name of the
Company has become a guarantee of the excellence of its remedy.
TRUTH AND QUALITY
appeal to the Well-informed in every walk of life and ar essential to permanent suc.
ceas and creditable standing, therefore we wish to call the attention of all who would
enjoy goxl health, with iti blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right
living with all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour
of recreation, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute
to that .nd and the use of medicines dispensed with generally to great advlas ge, but
as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable 1 taken at the
propel time, the California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it la alike important to present
truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won
the approval of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Well.Informed because
of the excellence of the combination, known to all, and the original method ot manufae.
ture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only.
* This valuable remedy has twen long and favorably known under the Mime of-
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family laxatives, and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senia, are well
known to physicians and the Well-Informed of the world to be the best of natural
laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name of-Syrup of Figs and Blirr of
Sena&-as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be
called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Firs-and to get its beaeklal elect4 always
note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company-California Figl Syn Co.-'
plainly printed on the front of every package, whether you simply call for-Srup of
Fipr-or by the full name-Syrup of Fieg and Elixir of S n-aa-s-Syrup ol i and
Elixir of Senna--i# the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fiig yrup
Co. and the same heretofore known by the name--Syrup of Figs-which bas givew
satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists throughout
the United States in original packages of one sile only, the regular price of which
is ffty cents per bottle.
.Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of the Company, led with the
Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington, D. C., that the remedy is not adulteratsd or
misbranded within the meaning of the Food and Drags Act, Juqe 3otb, agoG.,

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stone. D. 0. Feb. 20.-United
Attorney Oarl Rach of Mon.
ba noted Gllord Pacbhot,
f of the UIte States rorest
iee, t4at the United tiate tlr
I Court of Appeals, i San Prands.
Sisi afirmed the d4ecion of Jadge
inl the grasg trespass ea
tedby toe Qoveraumet against

eopy o4 the deelko has yet been
ed by'the Iwet Serv, but It
ed that It ftrbtd stockmen
their atte to drift upon tha
fobsr sd that the na
heed not be fenced to
uek driftlng, although the
Slaws a make soch fenoing
tor private lands.
bwe., 104. Shanson allowed
to dtlft upon the Uttle Belt
il OIt Va Montasa. To put
to this t was brought by the
states, and on March 11, 1907,
l ant, In the United states cir-
t'fo that State, rdrederd a
In favor of the Government,
issued an Injunction perpetuAlly
ng Shbasson froto allowing
battle to drift upon the forests.
ua ha a fence law by which
owners must fence their lands
tb ae a obtain redress from
ea whose cattle, feeding upon
ipen field domain, range upon
injuree the private lands.
's counsel argued that this
'lw ahoeld apply as against the
l states, but Judge Hunt held
i te power of Oongress ovep the
Salads, including the national
Si complete; that Congress
| lawfully delegatod to the Boere-
of Agrlclture the authority to
relations to protect the for.
'at the Secretary had properly
a reglation that cattle must
S ag upon the forests without
KIt and that. ooaequently Shaa.
W e a treepasoee whe be allowed
tattle to drift upon the Little Belt
although It was unfeneed.
:arnea appealed from this decis-
rad as Montana ti In the Ninth
Judelkal OCirtut. which em-
moa t o% the Rooky Mountain
Parlto States, his appeal wa
by the United states Circuit
of Appeals for the Ninth Cir.
sitting at San Framnch o. The
tau new alfirmed Judge Hunt's
i an d this judgment is bind.
Upan all Federal courts In the
t. A similar came is pandin In
United states Circuit Court for
o. which is In the E ihtb.cir.

La Qippe and Pneumonia.
'ley's Houney and Tar cure la
ou ha and prevents pne -

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And A the luky meon ad wo.
men who eiutr its portals are
they who see the shortest cut
to Independence. Don't for-
get that, among other crmlen-
tials presented to an employ-
or, the ure winning one is
the Bank Book. So don't de.
lay-bring along your dollar
and open an atoount

The Dutton Bank
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nTb bo ackJ to dtif
woman's oral tqu
attention to trouble b chhM
tell, with other rympb
nervousness, headace, pa in the
loins, weight in th lower part
the body, that a wm '
organism needs Imrnediatunt
In such casle the one srmuns
which speedily removes the eud
and restores the feminine ora
to a healthy, normal oadm k I
LYDIA tLPIN
VE1TAIIaBLI
Mrs. Will' Young, of o
Ave, Rockland, Me., ayt 'I
1 was troubled for a loap4iea *lth
dreadful backaohe and a paih In a
side, and was miserable in emvry Way.
I doctored until I wu dslaeMn ed rW d
thought I would never got Well. I Md
what Lydia L. l]nM im%' Veltable
Compound had done for other and
bottles I can ruly v y th felt
so well In my lif."
Mrs. Augustus Ion, of iB t Earl,
P, write to ML .P:khan:
had very ewre bsks a end
prMrdowftplam X m ldl aot leMp.
sad has no aptl Ll& tiI
ham's Vegtbe CoaPompod o red -e
sad nade me ftel like 4 sew woaauM."

For tirrtycO aennlydU I
amo' Velptable O pImaMd mMde
from roots and hrbiN s o been the
tandad remedy for female Ul1
and ha positively aao d thousands
women who have been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcer.m
tion, fibrold tumors, irne~ riti,
priodic palin, ~ackache, hat bear
Inlgdown feeling, flatulency, indip
tion,diszinesor nervous pror attoA


JUST FBOM GBOBOU
1 5

r. L S. In Atlanta ConasttuUoa.

He Lives on "Home-Raled."
A letter to The Owlunett Journal.
from IunI n Creek. Ga.. contains a
rmrnmon In a sentence. Farmer C. V.
Wood preached It:
"I made 65 bales of cotton and
1,800 bushels 6f corn. So I think I
can pull through till another crop.
If God will continue His goodness to
nie, whether cotton goe to 15 oests
or not. I have one mdle wehih I
bought when t year old. She to ow
tl years old. and I know she ha
never eaen but oe feed of Western
corr in twenty-ax years I have emld
earn eah year sinee 18T7, except one
year."
The Judg Was "Teeheou."
"W've got one of the tohlest jeeU
mee In the country." writes a UlvUle
eorreepondemt. verily believe e'd
b*e a crose.yed as ter not lookla'
straight at him. Only the other day
a ma was before, him for ashla' ta a
lake which was poled.
"Why was you lalahi' on them
r der sad the Jeelee
"'I wan't -hln' ar the irods."
said the man. 'I was falhin oa the
lae'.
"That asatrr made the Jeetir hop
Ila'-mad. an' I'm blest *f he didn't lse
the tlii'r $10 addlUonaIl fe tryla' to
joke with a court that was no joke!

Cha. Sasterlin Marre.
Acvordis to Tbhe Doniaroa \i\t
uate. Charlut I atrrUla of this clit
and MIes Luillk TurnLpeed. ma
operator Ia the luanmeUab telephoBe
eschasgs were married ta Dtnadelon
Sunday
Mr. bsterttn u wel kows a this


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more left; for whee aN the world
were rnquered, he mated ser o
That kitd ofa ua as lger than
his job and oaly ab a e* Ia b.
dispeaabhle to hti e*aper.

oeAmt eo oW
Unttl aow what y eaa do to
day. If y"o are sAlitg tm a
torpid n;r er r oafopSa. dest
satu tomorrow to gt sobd By a
bonte atof IerUle aadt tlat It
wara r. Iu PI sf- a- ,
health ave many iS apeL. Mim.
Ida aram. a t't. T". wim":
*aed UbeIn a my bwr ?O we
TymM. Smd hebd da M N selim
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. It pay to I y tor the oppor
tanity. Tr e t i4 that you may have
to wait some tlda for the real oppor
tufity to come; but that in far better
than being forced to my: "I mased
the chance of lty life uast beease I
wasn't prepaid Get ready for the
opportunity, and the opportunity wMl
oon be remay for you.
One day the president of one of our
great railroads, was dictating a very
Important addrei, which he had been
asked to deliTe on the "lablity of
th employer," A great many tha
eld terns, fteeurg peearll In
ttate railway legislation, were ean
played. The $1 per week fmngrfa
ph took the whole beadle without
a mine hasmry.
"Now, doi't et stuck, my friend,.
spoke up the preadent aniousy; "If
I hand out aois new oae to you
t *peak up. ead I'll git you the
orreot Ispaa. vre no time to go
over the aasuertpt and cant take
any chanao.
,"I am quite familiar with every
phrase you have given me so far,"
said the young man simply.
"How long ave you been In the
railroad business?"
"Slnce I got this Job, sir."
iHow in blases did you let on all
these curves I am taking you
around?*'
"I ;tudy railroad law at niaht. I
know It 1pn't needed for my present
job, but I thought the day might come
when I might need It."
'The present dropped his notes.
He ran his hand through his Iron gray
hair and brought It down on the desk
with a bang.
"Young man, I see that day com.
lnf" he a1ld with the weight of con-
victlon.
It did not eome at once, by the
way, but the young man was gradually
promoted to an assistant eretary.
ship with an excellent future In view.

Be a bigger man than your job!
Then you can make the job as big as
you are and command an Increased
salary for your work. Water cannot
rise higher than Its level, and if your
job Is too much for you, you are going
to be swamped.
An ollicial of the United States Steel
Company In Pittaburg, who has direct.
ly under his supervision hundreds of
young eletical men, was asked the
other day whether he had all his posl-
Uons filled.
"'Flledl Not by a long shot! There
are simply a bunmh of fellows rattling
around In them."
Don't rattle around in your place
like a skeleton In a sut of armor.
Your employer Is not hiring a bundle
of bones. He sl paylNg his money for
a real man and it rl up to the live
one to be bigger than the Job-to be
master'of the situation at all times.
A Y. M. C. A. ecrtary once told me
that he wanted to make hl job so
big that his sucrcesor would have a
hard time flllng It.
He strived always to develop new
feature, and work out original Meaa
In such a effective way that the Job
would be too big for anybody else.
Rvldently this man was net only equal
to but greater than the probea
whih confroated him. He was far
stranger thaa the man who original
ly held the poaltta. He not only
Sailed the place, but more than Ied It.
Aftte doita all that was relred
of him he fusad a vnles of erplu-
energy whleh he hne -lamry diveted
late new helde of e>eveT. He mer
qea ed ew Uwild; bet neve had ee.
castos to weep beenea thee were a


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you"e i hkeb1w !,al thats&ner It~
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Jedleaaa~) 'lmia cbr liedde
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TO TuE ts wut'
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Sta drn* Crofup
It contains Nothing. Jrinur hi&ioadnof
bond lSymrpl mtild benign,Hlts adaptodto t M
adults of every clarity of taparaDaent ad 0oo0

lead This 111elara1 Tes

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LEGAL AoVERTISE.ENTS. INOe.s do pkelaso.

BILL tw oOR DIVOca N oti e is hereby liven t io ..
m *the Otret CSaw, aidhth Jdieaihd Crol wh thtaploe pr~vsosa oflb. act 0.,
*IwtoTgs hon]It^ E










Wie L Steen v. Charles L .eve. Uber lands 1 the ittete of 0C .
W te l a s JOBS. ,N.o. an, a so
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. iln, o>PveBI _w. 4-,

etned to al ted ma public ,.-e1 S
I BIL a rofl DIVtOICy t otetee reto the bb.rby i a. ,. Jobs .
tosiveU." ue ieteudast there named. I h baas.W d the dis this eeice = t I,.

Albea abcsot forlorl tda- as mna.- eAt of No -4of estln No l U A fl
pWioei thl Order of Pubiestion aeL Stoa ms b o .. Rare No. IS and Ul o

Oe hlimself so sbt .service of proues-s ex show thated tthe lPad soulht is al ,
It GIP 0 Y bffidfivh SPI10p11De^ to the bUi of August 4. IM. jolls
Mod ,s tb s tbate caned o 0ati hart Charler L. er.rr. ooua of Ah"Mar.614
Stevs b m.e defupo hs thi.Sat thed, a no ited tiy'iled lto th al oe
rent or the btate o orLdM that he hm uwrt Nos. o for tobei b al
b nbbeoat or- wom wou tra i dair y nex o Nn be-ore e4 of etr o aR.eee
IS o thisftre ordered olias rotlsa I AoL 0. 8a BtNo-. f B.-od t. '

appear sothe t er of Comfpla s ed, Mrt h. P. D. J auiubte "and J. i..'
I( bma oduse on bl M thaore O fl Iof Newber r. PIe ta. Sa. tm
ernom th e 84sdm oa lorf l.a D. r ofAy ad mll to p Mehri bcta n dvel

ot erwad oe the a ellret twentyO on yid bil wI above drbed lands are requested t
LIt t her orde red tbit mthis ordr pullb t rd dA of April
fednt be a ek fd t o herebo raeutive Ha Na c Usa. aRelIsgtwG'
weaMu to ie anM oe eVU s. P.n n Jewm ou ernd J. L. IH
ptb bId auin sad on o rt fory Noitd t .Nwbe rr -- ,la.,
t his day of March. A D. An andil Ml D I eg TBb_ 5 '
furtther orderr tlkat this order be pub- Ord day of A0*0, IN1111
| 0"s A wvek (Ofu tod" oo^Mcttire 1o HENRY S. CHUBB. RHnclam

S Hl. WINtIULm, Clerk Crecult Court. NOTICE OF APPLICATION r0 2 AX
A true copy of o r inal. DEED UNDEn SECTION P Or CBkP /.
(IRell A. H. WIK.N JES. ClerkL Crult Court ,DW
H. G. MASON. SWt'. for Comp't. 4. LAWS OF FLOBIDA.
Notice i bereby giren that t ha :2 ;oLi
BILL FOB DIVONCE. oohr. puremtr of Tax Certl oate Nils :
s the rhosei Court. MPhbt Judical Clrcut4 dated the 4l day of SepStmbeeA.
Alcaba Crpunty. 1ord.--lIn Chueery 1to, ba OWd Sam eeu ss 1.i', ',,
r tona Mnke yr. Willhs Black--BI oefl. ad h as ad rppalti fo to
for v ooroe. to sIue Is aeoordsae with law. Sarid
ase e mabraese felowiehe d la
It Abrme rnr bIy sride it saetded to the ertsy sit b Ino Alsbusesnty. lor
NU Md In the 6ac lstanled caue that WUUi wit:
N Ilack. the cefea dat troreln named. Ia I cres bounded f. by Lewis St. '.'
riadest of lt bState of L orlid. thert te rIs asaolla St .W. by Windsor Ave. rfdl 4
o beenstfor ulss r t smree aivs at Nobles wt .loew reares aed less 621s04 'A
preedig this Order o Pubiadest I oe a reih-Wlesor.
eoeatahe brself a tan t atrvl or profeoe 're id *amidbe inoaeed at the do" s' i .'
eeate be mrde eprm bt and St&t t4ere in 5 the aiamoe of Muh e rllcea is the -M
apIMa t tate of PIt she seutr of a b of MNa. art B o
aee~h would Wbindd de eaod aasd OUlm c llnrea shall be oreseead '
v1r4haefMryeatIA UereWf eo4ard eordi to law. "adi d w bII sue el 0 a
otat rmid onedetet 10ludntot bde Is herO the ls S de fMor ieh. A i I
I"r s""dn to app sa o %be t oi18et ap~em f4 olJlJ 0"41 et a d 1l "11" '

h efr ie u r e oo a. CrBVi. .
.DM a .M.AO eerfwiom t s. u. w "
aieWom told W be takes as s tOek Circiat Sourt UAlees(o,. ;-

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- . STATE ITEMS

A couversatloil ehib ha' bcvzn llorim-.
bed in Eau Galli.,

Te United Sixl.,:, r
HOACI&M h h h--i n [A :1 k-r: ~rr A frmiir
391 =1to Kidg;

The State ,tij81 lAis0(lia
tion will hold it,~
0 a Oaaon tethth -1 t.Allih of April

Count Wi. (keli,r;i har ruturnw,
from Japani, hrin,!*n !. urticr ti~e ru. ,
* of his friends 'otith 1,;jj Etc o j ) ire
Tomato.
Grassy Kv 'in Le' ke~ A
versed by the' F 1: C. ndlw:L \.
sOon have a a jcal h(O I nhlld waP
"S.
he made a touri. v

was seriously !i ij \.u,
from being hn t dii -ij~ t )%I,,
died Sa turday hi coi, :1 r t\Ati (I.vs.'


rorf

from


Id people who suferrOT.

umahismstiff jointsgqutlumb

I ia.sciotico and paroalyis


Sloa slni ntent
qives quick relief. It penetrates i
: through the nerves and tissues.relieves the
inflammation and congestion.quickens
the blood and ws a pleosont tingrngm
sensotion comfort ond armth.
SNeeds very little rubbing.
SAt oil dealers
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S of terrible sufl.riL:

The German AtIii-aail.aor. I aroen
Speck von Stfeilburg. \,; Ii r...; ;.a
the laying of tlh' cirnrir.tone u of tl,.
3 new German clubhhom,,, In Tamilpa aand
delivered an addrvs-.

G- eo. C. Scudaniiore', folrrm;er carhier
of the Pensacola Ilank anid Trlst
Company, on trial in Pe'nsacola ,n
Sthe charge of enibezzlemnirit and (othir
Offenses, has been fexallinild by 1a ,,,-|
O: W l commission and declared t, l e
Is ane.
The most serious (11ll1~dn or wr.,' k
S On the Florida East Coast raila\;n in
a long time occurritd in Titus\ illo last
week, which resulted In the srlious
S majury of Postal Clerk Kentny. and
'' the demolition of two lotioniotivs anid
a mail car. -
J. E. Boyd, a train mi:, int!t \ith\ a
* i lq lhia a ~lrat ,,., iiL 1111 \1 '..


W- rsule A.w u5 Jit 11' aIr It 1111 N dt'I
Sesday which (okt Iiltst hk lit.
*Wftg to step un th'e cowcatcthr ctf
it moving kengfilo ehl'e lcc t hit-' feceit i Ig
and fell under the' % hem1Is, bte tlogsa
being sevtred near the 1 itKh

Two new ildiniid ng art r. ti tlit t.f!t
ed at Rollins Cc, e Ii
ed ~Hall. which Ati i I!v ..
the n w tlif1n s l Io i.i .,
poses. hilt' ('1e.', (Cetago. %V ili I-
ft be the ,t!Ie r 4; l 1. 1-t a
ormitory f, laim! ..ii

An unkflhtc II mn '
k illed mhar (;r',,.~
v W4 Wee chnail i mln 1 1. 1 1t
bencauight ,tl~~i~c .
ba' ended niade :t1:ih r'
IftWhen hev6 a, .rr ;Ic1 I -r
S*Ing on)tite jq.- hit?. ..
0" of tthem P4-c n inadclxe I 11 ti (IL

H. C UCli ingto n!44 li .li, w .c c
Ro county, was shot am! ci 4t.aIllc I
ftndr last saturmsa: 1y 1T.u'iw. .N J r



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"Il. Livingitoti was lItolcated. go R4 O W M is". laree 81 111A
It Is reported and advanced an Mot-'at eW Om66m4 in`.,arn a$au
ritt with drawn revolver and wa jlTmeaI aiihtf the uf at
-hot by Slerritt before be aomid W eW i. PoweU SI"yASRC
hIl lun. Both parties w* we e.s : of Arda. Ul
navr that Place and had ,my &Wb. Mi'. IrA*Jadtm I .WAkbead w11 1 AUWSof TeM WI A ufrtmae fwt"
and relatives. m IMO i hadw th k 00 111m the 9ur 1U1do wlav k emU
The county omi"ohmof 9bW 9 m*W A C"Of I*
county, at their recent m They -- IVt *"im
OW) thw "W Wy at UI11111111 "
iteted all bids for theel wmatqd a 1 pC.L Comt C *W da% Rif
court house in ?acCHle. Th VWJew. Fad%% 601111". t"hi t P IRUb O6AWIDMARYi
vst bid received was$U3I., amad th aw;;n.( S 5
Ioard thought that te a MU Cb L
gvt along with a! kda uOst. m. r Puoil,"Isu OW Ie Em&W C IN
Sv th board has comtaled i i eA to &Idasat Wyk p. I
osesi Uv~'wb hem vielt,
chitcet to got up pbs. lu bIS 4ebumi.MI0~ b/stv bin. q1ggb M3ee tSN o
'lot to exceed 20.Of. .gb-atn

14'tt week two sele helila k ema wits mmhs t. Tem k
gooti jobot at the mIU ve1Iii 41uS dIII n-4m Wfbk
of rnriing, threlem: ee;O s f jgm@W CL W. habai wea ttp b MTw the QW weft V"g
Am'ef If they did MR vaste m3 kal ;bave w 1eabme l as st j W at th Xii.o U# S.A YYeb
-Icir cositions @m W hft RAM VWvemamUSt'SWgrkSo f ,t mo m 51w.ofI "aV OW
1' Iw letters Were dew at UmedsW pmt sa &We bd The a*
b1it ote4 l Wi n miermai Th piA I Ue DpuspU6WG Reusuiiq tq pkauut aIlse Wvsd Mwih y 0bU
1".0. Iet'n in the empaY a t thelmID A 1 oa WtW rmeila tb4 0 wU& d VO
0 f-1li-miy for a number at yw.l gt,. Niv eIoto he mte Wbm lphe
c Ir- rfct tsalaCktaU saM thy VIII W@ sW Oe em s14I. D in# th wel, ad te % .am
h.c1e. nothing UjIlmi to tum am VWIW% of to 6 eU T 'in' me =a as will It Nf t I0" t
Owm ithor hof ofthes lt a d -P&M the0" d 111 14, Is 0 S1p0eaIM taft* Ip on, tail 09 wm wit I
I'l P. 1 t fore the csaeta We sue ta b I th" d P hd ygjf 1 aid the eeme is dat
-I tI t ( hi nk W sthro mmou WonKmaO Im S U' 40.rot.
in r !iitended to be rM urbi est. h w h 611. weaS
i!' te reciplimtt. ao thM IIter see S re m 31 aft10111"
d inl:mler of bodilyW hams Um b BIn 3d4Jr Wo Y ( em uvea"&aeA
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