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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: March 1, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Volume ID: VID01221
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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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OL. V, NO. 18 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA,


SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 1908 TEN CENTS A W
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IASI THE SENATE

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USED CONSIDERABLE STIR

revere Aree n Cnet with
Ie eCGoeerltion of the Indian BilI.
Seth Geaor Have Indian Blood
In Their Veins.
Washlaton, D. C., Feb. 2.-0ne
the most dramatic lcmes ever wit-
ased the teeoate was enacted oa
urry.*whe BSenator Robert L.
S of Oklahoma, lasted In trag-
tolea ad with face a bowll much
tthat the five trtb of civil.
l diand were ded, and that be.
S maet"b of the tribe of Cbtemkee
ans, was not under the control of
s m tary of the Interior.
orest was rendered all tie more
tUn by the tact that Mr. Owen
sharply engaged in controversy
Senatr (barles Curtis, of Kan-
hlmedf a Kaw Indian. It was
Br t time that two men with In-
bleod In tgeir veing had ever lock-
orne as senators in the senate

The moonversy rose In connection
the ~nsideration of the Indlaa
,,and was precipitated by an effort
the part of Mr. Owen to beve that
so amended a to recognize the
ship of the Ive etivllted tribes
a Ilana by putting the word "late"
hie designation and calling
"the late IvT elvillied tribes."
The ola h caused quite a ripple of
etteat t the chabnher.

UMIS~U1 FAVORM TAFT.

fleane InatruNt National Dele-
ates foer eeretary of War.
Bt. I ol., Mo., Feb. ..--tftaolu
I elatng the eandti ac of teore.
W4il1am H. Taft for president.
Ia ola -liuMng the adminloaration of
t Rooevelt were adopted by
repabhlaa state convention here
sy. tn addition. Attorney
Herbert 8. Haey aifu In-
as rvep abhlas snomine for
; Charge Nagle, ofSt. Loult.
made the ebote *f tie oosveotlo
M oomilttswa. and four
at larie to the national aon.
sad ter alterate s wem e-
'oe delegates wre Inastrct-

ge tkm ea wa im ed of
o teae baem the ite" cos
Martes, ofer l m thr
w t Mt a er presdt I

HAN"WO AT KMOXV.LLA.

StrWA t IIstprov aet IPa e
psaity t*r Hi* Crime*
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^l o" Do in Beha.lf'EFFORT TOI ILL SHAH
Cri'Ldt l" aorestirn MaIn lra.i
Ma Pre scsto. Call. teb. -4'rom n
is. adr .'Od that Wu t-11g an the
sal afi a noted Chinese mnlster at df a Bl g.
Wahlatto, rwho will arrive In San
roaelloO Oe the new steasoshp at
bea, Is te bearer of an a appeal f HIS MAESTY ESCAPES INJURY
hi rovrMBint to Prealidt Rose
vt to sewur the frMedly oaces of
the Uldnted Ltt In behalf of the hO v5, Three of the Outsiders
arte of China's Interest. In Who r ArLempainyng the Stah
It has been a matter of
a Isp a Oirolte for mome time i a Sdy Guard, Were Killed by
lbat theo overament at Washlngton is the Bnmbs.
eootempiating the sending of a formal re ere. Ilersa, b.., n at
Iat to the powers containlng a pro-m temp wu madr In tl, te in I'itlay
teo to Japan against Japanese agran- twas t,.tb It-l ',ha Of
dismeot In Manrhurit. but it l now rnoon to a
known for the first tinie that It is the, Pir sti, riod by ii ..' ( tlt.
Intention of China to ask this o untry
to aid In the protection of her later. rt s, W assautkd pd o

There has been some dllscust'ion al-
ready between the repr"t)ntatve of
Japan and the WaFuhitnton cover
ment relative to Janp 's M anchurian
policy and Mte way has t' n paved
to a full and amicable unloerrtanding.
Preidont Roosevelt's inltlative In
the matter a onionnant lwth the pro~.
violy declared x)ll'y of this coun-
try relative to the open door In Man-
churia and It is upon this former de-
laration that th, appeal of t'hina.0
which Wo Tlugx an crarrle. Is band.

WARNEC BY BLACK HAND.

President White Hand Goctty Under
"Sentence of Death."
Ohleagn, Feb. :9 IDr. C. Volint,
prrkloint of the \White Hard Society.
which wra organlzzot recently to ear.
ry on a war of ex:e4rmlnnatlo acl tmt
the Black Hand band- a band of crti- i
Inal Itallan--s "under sentence Of
doeth."
le has rc-vlved4 many tbreatenaal t M t N OFPr suiA.
thrown h'OI the wooa1ht assassl t
letter. the lant one. which be reiiv* His frajom y escape e aburt.
ed a month ago, contained the punitive Thre of the Otstre who
meNssae that ldath wa awallltts bu a. compIpfl t .heotstlra, w.wre ki: .
Dr. Vollnl told of this Thurrsay i oby we e tolte o lh. bcsrb.
ofanection lith the explalntkon ofi bl Orhet esoltelent pio al', n I itb.
attltutie on t:;e an'l clrerl question. IetiUcy hrt b whlch ia alita InK til. Ital'an colony p. tOet his mjeety
Dr. Vlinl'ns rrntire has dwldled The bah owes !y eoa pet to, itl
since these th car have tenmad pe n ~AtIs takOes to iatci him frtrim
agalost him, for he refuns to IakOe L I schA n atte ll' was on lo
any nalht calls Ie a tolatck ny afternoon. i!* 'asa n hlis wa>)
of every visitor and the cleft la his a oeaby tows who r he late nel ti,
oem has Inensrctiton to let so Noe waew days. 1 prunestio htad
pat the door who i sot knows. He h sad ,as traveanag a
oe armed and Is guardnI lI aln O ol his o h wea o bit ,were
e3 I by tie frivat ted. erled does at It from the roof of
Dr. Vobal coavlaced Tht t- i i ese u Onbeplod te I e aire
4Oterit arrel ert Otar M 6w e- B ^ ^^ ^ r, In *M,.
mee SWaaef betwels Oe of t a31 t eW e struck the igroomn
leaig haieas sad a prtt. ta h Se shah's n ', Missile.
---I II klled the t hreeesa-
L44 TURNER NI ANiOAS. d4, W 1>m tohe rlmt am4 a
--t of traders saod lrttred the
Kena0lsy PeVidw Ppm Om P-eai S 4 Th. shah o eweer. Was
IV a KlOt H Nis W#. Mlt is l t auto il bad tab Io
(astear.a TOaM F. U.-N IoshUl to ned tbe to r ear 0e
Tao chto aMMlo ftM e t a 4 M rie Me i ad ais -ftls
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NEW ORLEANS MARDI GRAS.

Festilvlties Ope In las of Light and
Color at Creasent City.
New Orleas, F'eb. IS.-The street
pageants of the Mardi Ori ,ar al l
bean In Now Oransn Tdursday
alght with the parade of the Kgllhts
of Meas.
Itovttern alkworical foats. oacl
repreenitin aone of A"op's fable
drawn by several her-s, paraded
through packet itrrta, elttmitald to
cotain h tween 50o0,IW and 60.00
vialtors Tth )uanud of torches re-
dered the proctsritin a blame of light
and brilliant color The ,Ai*ata
showed all the meoi of the rainbow.
nearly a sear if ( rret work having
been spoit in tthleir prprtaration.
Follnowin the parilde thtI Knights of
omumN, stlll nll~lasi, hildl an IallSie~rl.
ral bh ll on thli, llltit u t I loF is 't n h op-
eta house.
pre, 11-01400.
INVADED WALL STRCIT.

But Women SuffraGiets Wre Preventl
ed from Making Speeches.
N.' Vok. vi,,l\vh Advi*cates n of
wuollrin a **inmitf intIitidt \VWail lstit
oA T'Inursdtv luit their Irll I brief
A rarrtlai.' itn which wertt Mrs
Itorrnmi We'l. lte'Ki, the Nuih ffrannle
leatlir, Mliss I'nalVAni Murphy and
oih thr of hlir iffrageiu Iat), ldro'w upI
In front of ll' hlrnod siro' I hanflu
and 1,n w, tllfen Afttenlltoil' t)o ) niaklt
slo' rIto. I'l favor ofr of their lr in tlo
In l:an'I1 thoe cartriae was *itrnratd
Id lta a 1otie of 'loling u1issessi 5ri '
()> w, illh rioin wlnd6iw In th ,
Innl:"''tl' r-llh',o''rt oMal rllI of tIlrh
or tul *' .r,'.l iioart i t tI lo' Ii iil'mn ilit
InIIm'0 r or f sp'i % i ii> .* s rre thixta n
no ,t -I I ., t o'. tI' llin Wal4
itoii t fileui l. I Il i| t)I carriAln o as
fulICe ll Ito t i tl'ha l Icltro t

LOCAL OPTION VICTORY.

Waggoner III Poaeos the Kentuckyl
House of Repleentatives.
Pratnkrfrt. Ky., rub. Is The. War
Ironer cr'ont oinit bill. which sletrnlIq
loIal ojitlon law noilforml its tall ->iaIn '
it-o In the o.l.te, |p lrast 'hot toIainW
'Tiir.' hIra a votVe ft 7r, to 14
T'. I I l as h* It t 'e Ib r '* f .4,I1
Irtntnllo In Ithe irneral slerilhly over
Slrloe lsht. s lM bgMn b ta 'l lnw'
rristl l rel rtepubes ri arlliIng rrh
o(1nor wlith uIing It as a cielb In the
s a" orlali cntrx lat
The m.ansare mW uones too the seiteir.
wherre thel aetim towards It I to h
IIoved ito bhe mer rveny divlded Ilha
i the liwer boeue.

FIRST WlIftVYAN MAOUAT.
-
Mrs. Ktat-eine Semism Oten a mee",.
S.. A A m Ag. I
Ma.u. Os., fb.tV "--nmr 1:i,
erw I. S S died at her b*ao o
Therebyer OM after eerr wal web'
11ases. me oao the re w 10r,
0IeaIa stow. sree o is r a lipow
m rrtea a i ner geso s I
me w owft y homes o beteed
M a wr-s t1 -6ne < cuipoea
rete a-r e had resehod as r

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sbsas a e whish W a -d mIn d Ba
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wetMu. t'e sIted the eo a
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THE PAUL ROY AFFAIR


utiu wlf kr EstnaiM C
UIlisU State Fre Frn

MURDER CHARGED BY WIFn !

Family of Rey Appears Confident tg)
He Will e Able to Prove that oe
*hot Carklne in nf Defene, If t 0
Mattr Comee to Trial.
Parlt. Fsro --The Prdeac ,
thortloh are milll without ollolal WIoi*
Seationl of thV Neowlntoo trn a "
dy, lun which i'atul oy. a "reI oha.
now heri li choarril tby hhi Am.rla
wirf, t(lh,1A t of hi tirotfhar on .lat I n(t o t
poctlet thatl c1iio' tintc i mlt *lapsieae
hr) Iit.' tlWcnlr'v f hoe f re1 0n
criminal ','tt is rat he e1 Ie n ooIn s
on iho case.
Does Not Surrencr a Citise.
Th.e question of cxtlamiRt of Dy'
to the U'nltll r tt tas Ioe ut latIlved,
las Irante. like n wit of er4fpftb
coitntrie's. 4lii c ktut crrendie r a ol1tise
hut (rhi N i, h st Ij t' ln the "anh
I eourtl for crrmimel ~anmitt4ed iabl a4.
SThn I tlltt'ii1* Late overra YI S
tI brre(,r,,. ran only rnll the altte sa
of tbu i'relth aLitiolll a to *herta6 I, f
ietinthg foort(c ttie facts lt'onnetle -
I htrewith '
i o no feasture ofl the As w e 16
*ntri l rrtay The family of Pa st
HIo) appear conledent that he o ill be
atil, lo prove I hat he sholt arkL ta
nirt irNteeN la ao, thel matter -

it is rapetes that thed.ran.-poattios
of the name' I'. 4m1ille Roy a the
marrlaln ren-ltor In Iktonoa wihis- re
(tlles the t lun on Oft 7 of laMt Ia I
of Kny rad olleal Callls dIe t4tohe
fact ftat Hise oou not ake ( e
rlerk undrlatand bhat Itb)y w" a W p
trr.t)llrlt'al and not at rliattstlas Sa .
|ietolrsie ilormn. who is (aeta as
fly's Spokheniatr l,. rfufir* lto dtosels
Ih facts Ihaf the family bua obtalsed
re eritlu (laieira's psta life, setlCer
wII be drlistn any facts regardiag
the woman rillet the Harosees t
(I*4oiprff, with whins tIlTala CeMaS
lived lI aplailoe that the fasllty
whlle uot rmnislalg the I maLrig
aa so deaire to eully bhe repuaIt i
of the weoat.
Caol's Prie f a Life.
Aoerdlas is Ilth wi iew OtW .*
CIa ftle Vi eb sw to rwt .,
l sdid t htv r to ir*li i *
ail. rteeel. AHI sw-s S

sew hatred i VmMed Besa e
wbhoi she e 1e1d b1r -eI 04r S *
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amdm", 8 wo have dftm ad m domome of wo bo~rno 01 O of,
asew. LMe "SOftNpofh We bW thk gotP t P6 0POO Of
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wsg" OWNfUmommaegas uiin Ogug ON t lemeb listhe o.1M
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S ME FINt TALCW, *SURED

Exearolsees t Ops Address of Wet.
some by OlatIe treae and
Otheewrafttel by Coneort by
Roese Pe Osw eirestra-Program.
bl Afth aim ali elon of the o Ior
4 to, r Oatasqa which has
S' i awi deli known throughout th

ttes 1, will openMn this dty on Mon.
4), March 2, and wil ooutlnt until
lkay, March 1i, Inolusvte.
It s needles to state what a Tat
S beefm to this communtty, morally,
Mentally and otherwise, which this
| OMatasub hae bean, to may notlhat
o the hundreds of people bO a every
ootiou of the country It has attraetod
bd he emah ear. In oonnetloa with
S iU P Forlda Winter Btb" Oateremoee
sa ChristUaa Workers' InoAtuto, the
Chaatauqua has taophed oeo
ON good for Obam vfllo uad this
oNlSoW of' the Itato tai everythn
ese combined. It has ia are h-
atel caused a 9 a inmbr of iroed
; VCrstlan people to mae their home
e re, and bring ether for a month
S or sx wee u a .aayR
The pro bfor thdo Sn session
Is a t an one, as, e oare has been
e*x.a td In oeleatda the talet. The
Sexeriorse will opes Moaday 'evoten
with a brief address of weloome by
the precedent, Dr. Clamrese B. Stroue,
oad addressee by a number of promnl
S eat o aken who will be preset for
tao 0o4a0m. On this date the oelo
berated Roe famly Qrchestra will
reader ffrad opening soart, which
w: wIN pa r w el ln moton for the
S rea vnt~ t 19I08,
PFoldwing 'to the compqto program
S for the Chautaqa, whoih Is subject
to slight changes:


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simple and atrisi i a fmti lies
a r chief hamt. m si M for tb
love of It.
Miss Marlart DeU Adams-A devr
r rea4er who doea work w hich aMbe
forth thead ratio a rll who ta.
' ai Coro Mdel Ptten-4rhe u fted
redr from Chiaso wil be with u
for three readia Theme a Ir
of a bilallaeoam Mhaact r b
the program tandiatee, they are Smi
the moat proMelt re t emeatls
in our Hteramte. omnlt 'frem the
peas of trulyr eat authors.
M. Maud MeLae Iteven--A
reader of rare power. Oradested
trom then cwoock ehool of Oatory.
Prof. Omock Ino a peruoal ote
amy ash to. one of the mot fted
pupils ever set oat ftrt tat niettw.
ties and I oertal to doight any
audience she faoes.
The American Vtagrapb (with It
woaderrul moving pltre')--Te
memory of their eat popularity for
the at two year d the immee
with ua rvery picture tho year wll
ba IBW.
*Prof. and C. Ruaked Alai
They return aos more, where they
are so popular, to direct the ork tI
phystol training ad espmalesir


Lecturer. Thy are so bright and e apa bl a
Hon. Adam ede-The brilliant and ootedBodatlng ad they are ortiaa
witty tConreman from Mtnneeotas, usual to have large ad eatLtk
who has attained tional reputation astlo lasses.
by hi brilliant lectures. He l the Dr. Carolyn oeoea and AslatLant-
wit of the present House of Repro- The more announeeonet of this asa,
sentatmvs. When It Is known that he o belovd ti Ono aaevlo, Is all that
i to speak, the gallerle are crowded aoeds to be said. This o Is a of the
to sffooation. '* Mot Important departedts of the
Jahu DeWitt Miller-For twenty work which will o eoondaaetd.
ran one f the most eagerly souht Profeser Waldeu-Mirth, musio,
oar Chautauqua lecturers. Strong mystery. Presenting weird and myw
helpful, humorous. terious evidence of splritualistle pbe-
Dr. A. W. LAinAr-One of the moat omena. A wonderful revelation of
brilliant lecturers that the Bouth has the cult world.
produedDepartment of Ingruoto.
Dr. W. I. Piner--or aome yea ar t on Intoto
promlnpc In the new State of Okla Blbiall Expostm and Devotoaw-
bo. as a preacher and a lecturer; Thee will be held aob morning un*
assuhated there with the reat Chans dr the guldane of splendidly eqlp-
taua movemnet. A very brilliant P I"aM L Durf aW are s ar
pNeer and lecturer. He has re of the tim^o, Dr. Cbrwei WL at
eoMly oame Into thea outhlatd to lu W eIn o ease, No mere
ahOa I hio reidoe and Is nOW a g ad e AX"n mu a"
eA10e of "rida. ofty be seUR. H.Oe u as sf
,IL A. etor-Promlnentlys aioa IeaO Uteew of th W tst p olmbMO
t1d wih the work at ut Mother OChar. P a" ~ t Bothe ,_
eeAs A an who he made lusa adu 11 p W I bs h1S a"
s oaf ae"Mmeaatalq- utIorW. t"11 0 thek nai arr hw "7bi
---^W ^><^ ^^^---- ^ ^WWW~
SDr. RIeard Wllkiameo-Pa4str of J
* peat eomar a Angta.. awo f Tbt amorainaen esl me.11
0e t New Orleaas, where M aworne w t har p"o M S to
Mapt moea. H ketaur on, "Rb. y i 1 Wllbe O .l..m
ert i- ea o f Iswef thea gem a d Lt tib wa
to Uuela t pl aM e be endt fn1 services.
hesllfulll Uhlab- letu es, brtina llethe a" IAdleI A INslOr.
tag a a.fusetg -a s m as ilt of Lea Wer-we w, arTy am e i s.
tbeutifr uOal eoiNseT an l w"M tH. e*e f ade n*
VeV. ar"sM WIam mbAIA-se is dof0 e b s *mMtI we
whte t s.ml e aay e Aat -IetaH. e Ve tw the ws e bse *e .
ha w mrtt s pad Ii "Ivwraol em'Il fmt" 0
books which have od a wi do ale. nJ Mp"eua t n o" f 4 I, -
Ht has beoeas iamssmetl pair Nu e I"
the ChautaeWaf patb*m nU wil som l of Pmpee" BMaeO
eowsnt fr 'I, t a t leasr w-k. aP-. a Ma a 2 Ia0 40M1 "
t i "s tutos" Is the ml&n* d -opa rW. aaod Ift AM
will also i" one or tw of iat de. giA aiwetwesa eaad o8" eMA M
-u8 leotures ytd- -yate *ft Wi lt- wk
6Meets aad atuntaeHmola of the hCattausM at :1N &i
OirbnMa lea Quarttto aad el 'I,
gaid. Tshe ,o s arm r-ly moo M

btlee. Thy have bees hawvi a Wth as bt m a e
Swntwer el M mo ee appearing mi M e ide t -o- -
It the bem ters, onm resO t fNo iti o
on aft *I


The Whie M e am se kTisi
ointbtg wwe hbe *ber bie h
&asdyet wo a, Um ho 4 w 60
ibliltyO f M shasad soft
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Iwh le tb M be
t uwo man oaks
Srtetloe Batlrday. rIneU to best
ore t t atr, ato 4 so
of thif as Ua O tac we
ta6 halt atuerda. at o:0e p. m. tt
oe Tat aeedary 0l taan tm a riht
* The rablt oor is oeae by th dery
aM on te oa od eaat
I eftWod rvron tLIn the aa of
ia*Meft a* rsdawe.ar gooda fbe
sttre, rn Srtae and a aoawge
The *thablisamnt ishauppdg with
vaer hofaort sad ordooteaes to be
featd o a i weappolnted hom, aad
attse are a welcomr to their a t
If they wereo at thowe Thoo Ir
Maaathin that tha ladi will appnre
The ba. eogsratatlated Manage
Grean, The Ityds Compuany ad ith
people 0f Oanevllak msboa trsia nea
an atar meant o Gr mldst. The
bvmry o rfrted veeueostly tor
istoir a sooordinm to their diuse
obs hand it is a credit to has da

throthah tha etablishmeat with plres
aem.


Given Up to Die.


B. Splfel, 1104 N.
rvarsvlle, Ind., wree:


Virginia st
"Tor over five


years I was troubled with kner and
ladder aRectios which caused me
amo pain and worry. I lost esh
and wa all run dowa, and a year ago
hqd to abandon work entirely. I had
three ao te best pldhysira who did
me no ood and I was practically
ygve aup to die. Poley's Kiddey Care
as recomoeaded and the Irat bptle
gave ma preat rlle, aud after taking
the seed bottle I wa entirely
urged Why not le t t help you? J.
W. McCollum & Co.
DR. KILLEY RETURNS.
Had a Big Time In Washington at
National Edueatlonal Meting.
Dr. J. L. Kelley County Superin.
tendent of Public Inatructlon, bha re.
turd from Waashintou, where he
went to attend the maetig of the Na-
tional lducatlonal AeocaUon -of
Stae and Couaty Supertntendents.
Dr. Kedly rport a large and en
thuelaswr maetga and feels that all
who attended are better of for the
vista, as the ahoa wll be beseted
Severly wao.
While rabent Dr. Kely vhdtotd for
r* w toim his Od tradea In Baell-
A al d he alo had ti stloetloa
ad pYoasr oof liten with seastor
I'aheflale wo Dt Vtrgaa, nad



Vm ad a -s that isoea
l. 11 11 l
hto 11- lalm L met asn a aw ea
tos sr of ho aad swen of
l I ao w-II-
J~~~w9Hr~ WBBH^^*^HBlK^ rie -*^


Wh' ldsrec. steod tat for a period It
'sod is thisW Paogular than ever,i the cBS tS
T~ a irdri ,to aido by a
its-ri O
mo od aMskin dsessof verY value

I rilhas boom* 00 OneD today
mod'iC.-l*On.th* in k
cc ow~n Oobles
;I~ii~Soidtia ~a~tequal.
=9 sSS poisons, h the
of 1 J1 r~~thy rattrw. cures the dirms"restores
dchmidh., reft te blod is weak Of to
;ldiie 9nt and t lt i. imup.
*heltful properties and actS Ca
taLt e It goC doow to thT y-r yood,
-t Mh-s y ,se r Wihert edtaints al rdn
havlAeko iict-. -[ot oMly486.isO retlta,
S ttedS 1% 0- tins S abSololfljts*edy. ItlY of
-- bbarksi i barks .6 Pkvs." aF not
dO tc. .f tm of iMira in e form to
wrrIW, and vU be ts byd chillno with tM X404 M tt
bya". lipe b o Pr PE t ispnot anuo&
aSI7wi 7 r4 3od i that IM Pov ortV
=wow 9WY-Y ~ iQL if it arir e in need o a b%94 f~ or an'
sew thean 4M0 o8A8. is. i oute our physIdcan and ty' dyou
Sb chrP0Win your trouble, end will give without charge aMY spcia
medial advice tbstrequired.
Tim SWWZi't SP C CCo.*-. J utGA.
m laBmcee.;~~ pa


North
Side
Square


THE TOUCH OF 6080 S E


SThe touch of ood tate that correct jewelry ad to one's
appearance Is quite an important matter to pialSar people.
Take the stick pin a an example: Theran Te MiMSuf who
would feel u if they were not completely or thAoq- reme
witboat one The mem with cuff bottom, etc. la. c lin
we have about a trty rand exquisite a su sb War ben
fashioned. We wold like to show you. In Solid OdlW-Pin
from $1.75 up.


LCIMITNm


b*t a


Slllckory.tove Wood

$1.0i PE LOAD

DELIVERED ANY PART OF THE di


BromwnJings Hardwood C.


BId tuM. 136


S S S mmI,,h


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ABSIhA( R[AITT (O.


(IEE YF ')
E. E. VOYLFI *'gr.


AWlms 0f Iesoild full lfoarumon fnrtbdbsd regarding Isaft Is M W el. Our
mman w bsvo I. We soqig 54 Iyeaa nd Is.tboMublyC ounverisafl w I BlMUe


ME. 3.


WVO'L


FIRE, ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INUIONCL.
----~~eHnm tl a stiw'r of rroWinent American and EnllTh eomenm------
Real Estate and City Loan. :: GAINESVILLM, FLA.
I & -. B-


THER S. .o kDAlf.


W. W. IIANON.


JORDAN & COMPANY


INSURANCE


PORN3R StOCK


OAINESVILLE, PLORIDA


Fire, Lfe and .Accident ....I...I
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WAWA MI Vi 6n: M ~a
MOL zM Of isuArs: ured0An I

0 l to rwit Rave a P1I
so poseemy s~emaw-to 1bol ?se Ime s osss e h
"ae. wM "OWNeesft mawUsyor Db
-aft Saoe w Wb tas mt oy PedewoYx reA.ue
W. 0. W*". of the leapl.o Are As.ured

mILs GUMPIN 4TO 14 AYL.mn~ ______
FAMo 0of 1W is guauviwmnd ft
eft w ttrolePito a14 days In* tI
mar currrw grvo f a .Saoa

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t i)aekm PlWe W4" Waehip,
Wre The DealreaM MA attend.
8i*vSeo wi be held at the churches
le Sabbath a foullv:* -
ftrat Presbyterh Church. Rev.
JP. Hary-Mo-aiso service at
;: .aaject, "A Goodly Child."
school t 3:3 p. m. No even
1Metheodtt Chm, Rev. T. J.
school at 9:30 Preach.
:1:45 a. m. by Rev. John Ley.
k eomoa at 3:30 p. m. Sm*
at 3:30 p. There will
tag srvio. The coonrgra
layteod to Jo a to *the eon
at the Tabwemaue.
Chrebn-Owain to te
th PWtWMOr. Sv. W. L .law
11 tIeo pltt tlhis gaftM
fkaday school sad the t.
'will mt at the CM u!&t ha n.
will be evoalamg rvie.
ityDpli opal Curet, Rev
l ,sermo and holy esoa-
t 10:S0 a. m. Sunday chFol
m. Bveita prayer sad
7::30 o'clock.
Christian Church. Rev. Jas.
y school at 10 a. m.
at 10:45 a. m.; subject,
Sla the Rough." Preaoft
p. m.; subject, "Love Classi
Patrick's Catholic Chorch,
J. Lynch, there will be mass
look a. m;. ad deootioa of
Rsary and Benediction of
t at 4 p. m.
Alexander of Nashville,
tor of The Methodist R.-
an author of note, will preach
ler e at 7:30 o'clock this
cha service a cwrdial In.
Intended to all.

Galnevllle Furniture Co.,
Oainesvlle, PFla.
sr: i en years ago, there was
paint and 200 adulterated;
now etiht pure, 200 adulter-
t halt of the latter short-
besides.
1b still but one' best. and the
I ten allona Devoe goes
e even next best-$lS--
word has come-up in paint;
B. Btrong paint Ioes further
Slower; weak paint takes
s and wearsout sooner.
ecot of a lepailon job
at that take 11 aUllons
RIL Paint that takes 1i ga
bt $0. Paint that take 13
It $6. Paint that takes
makes It $100.
SJob wears twice as long as
These Agure are not pre-
a e round. The 10l.llou
vde. Yours truly.
F. W. DEVOE & CO.
The 8. J. Thomas Co. o41l our

A Pleasant Physic.
yTu want a pleasant physic
berlin's Stomach and Liver
trial. They are mild said
B' etsoan 4and always pro.
t athartic effect Call
I*t- r a t ree simple.

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HAIRS

1j over-bought nd,
pa for newSpring
alkindseoamingi.


r t lm than ONE-
LF former prwe.


iber how Fouil
covein no w dM

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p -im.
t~isObL


I 'A ilO4 ACCID94t,
Two .dle Feeoling With hetnps
i Wen One Was Mortally Wenode
As a result over a frlice with shot-
g.'ns; 11n. Johq FI ,is. who reaides
near PFarbanks, 1sylng in a uangtr,
oa0 coditkn at her some. the result
of a wend Inticted tnnocently by
her lsat4n-law, woo. as usual, didn't
kaow t was loaded.
The ladies were playtag with a
eouDoP of shotguns whleh were an the
be and playfully the ster-a-law
Dotatad diretly at Mrs. Poas. aylal.
"I a ota1g to aheot yoU." With hat
as pulled the trigger, whse the coa-
tet of the gsn, a load of No. 3 shot.
plroed the lower left limb of the
lady.
'r. J. H. Cohne of this city was
Uammesid, ad reopeadod promptly,
whie tt was luad that amaputatka
of the amb was aeomeary, and It was
taMke at the kMe
' Te patlt is re stin a easily au
poeable uader the olreuamsnes, but
it wI be aiveral days before she will
be oabled to leave her bed.
The Chapman Pictures.
Galaeeville people will have an op-
portuilty to aee selections from the
wonderful collection of over fifteen
hundred bird pictures that Mr. Prank
M. Chapman uses to. illustrate his
various lectures. Some of these pic-
tures re drawing by the famous
author and artist, Ernest BSten-Thoimp
aso, who is a personal friend and co-
worker of Mr. Chapman; the great
majority are photographs taken by Mr.
Chapman himself in the euntlve haunts
of bird. All these pictures ara accu.
rately colored, under Mr. (thapulan's
direction, and a powerful jrojectlngl
machine will' throw them upon a large
screem where they can be plainly seeo
from every part of the auditorium.
The history of thin collection would
iteelf/make a story of thrlling Inter-
*st with not a little ieice oU travel
and adventure. Some of them were
taken by Mr. Chapman suspended
over the edge of towering cllffs with
the surf boating below, others repl re
aent mountains scaled. twamps I lee
treated, dangerous trips In olen bonts.
or daring works In tree-tie, and every
one xtanda for times of skillful stalk-
Ing or patlent-watltkl for wild aud
wary birds to assume bthe desired
poae before the carefully concealed
camera. Some of this will be Inter-
woven with Mr. Chapman' desrip-
tlon or the birds and their habits, and
It is safe to predict that everyonee
who attends will declare that the lec-
tare was at once the rmoit entertain-
ing said Instructlh\e ever (dellvered lu
(Ialnellli.


Pot. H. A. Howll of Havana. Cuba,
Recommends Chamberlaln's
Cough Cure.
"As lUong ao a' I an re,,.rinber my
mother was a talthiful user and friend
of Chamberlain's Coubh Iteledy, bat
never ti my life havw I realized Its
true value Util now," writes ProC
H. A. Howell of Howelil' Amerker
S*los. Havaum. Cuba. *O the l* t
of Patbnsy 11r ow habr wa taent
Jtlt wit a very sver eold; the st
day we orae aad the folowrt
almg hie e-adto was deeperaL. He
aM aet lie down and It was seem'
ary bt have him the aru alm
LA hes them hiII s N
waj mkeam I 4M t thIh he wed

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SsT baer he hMrs. y A. reven.
tAt aI aleeseses I we md aI

o'*a Wi aftoaniia I., Dr. Me
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With Every Facility for Serving You in an Up-to-Date Man-

ner and We Cordially Invite You to Visit Us in Our New
Quarters.

Plenty of Rgom for Displaying Our Immense Stocks Will Make

Shopping With Us a Pleaeant as Well as a Profitable Pastime.


The Best Lighted, The Best Arranged and Most



Up-to-Date Store-Room in the State


Everything to Make You Comfortable, and All These With
the Same Goods for Less than Other Stores Ask You for Them.
Our aim is to Make this Business Better and Greater, and With
Your Hearty Cooperation We Will Do It. We Wat to kM
This b k Rie Of ai svilk----one that you will be glad
to tell your friends about. We want you to feel that this is
YOUR STORE, and feel free to come here as often as you
like, whether you want to bu'y or not.

WE WELCOME YOU AT ANY TIME -


Nw Sprin Goods Arriving Daily

We Are Showing the L-test Creations in
We Are Showing the Latest Creations in


FINE TAILOIt:D SUITS

FINE WIII'E LACE i)ItCES.,4E

WHITE WASH DRESSES
FINE 8111RTWAI8Tt IN
FANCY and TAILORED WAISTS

WHITE and COLORED LINEN
and LINgNE SUITS


AD)VA NC'E Vlll
IN MILIIINERY
FA N()'YtN ECK WEAR
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As II PYor po ta If7 "er "to
a will b en by referee to the, voteatsis e Ar f t -- a-- t.s m-.
wptka aaiuIocm.ts is today sIla 011 Apr 1h tn e "
tn. Mo H. U. Mao. the pr- Ietr .e po @t. toiIw
e uOd e imekt c.ur A *Ju We oW r Oe r~i okr ei
. 6 IkI A rfr ecti n Judge ward for cny onu .1 OrDOftft e.s
am haS dl~~rsed thU d&Uws of Uo 0i sot be cured by IRal' nlwb Cv.
e e to b whick be apmrues for re. 1 P J fCY CO, ft
sludSetseral Iytrs ith mrked Ni W*. t undwspel ha b8v
LSy a ot J.nd fd h .. e* Cb'ny for te t 15 iyear ad
eit 4mtnds throabout the eCa. h l l ioahls a
rgoa et" him peretly bas ira al
t f h toial ipr iin lhis taen (wtio ala n al Basehall
e h tI roest. able to tarry o1 ~re obllgat loMw ado
Sup=--" My his A rm'
0m 00 VI Ges ada )fu r tM WAlMN63. KIN'NAN A ARI;NY.
an eM tm S g 'rusly ipel MHs CarrCor Cue tab" %am*


we yo is oo p9 Ue' a. c~tlng dirn'ct upon the bLeed an

~LCI YI-SYI kr brottLe Sold by1 al iIIt
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..f- ** a#h~s~ ~t be mitted. toegls tJ y of
th pat ba paid mre t o dW evere~laatln yrof

O5rI.5 hi. crops than his caiUe, Witf te. e. 4p iMed Worry. He *.
A M... ...rIMIu sO stheeble a*aid wa ip.
"up.. It is to e but k ai m as hi
stiri. ............ up* sp$be admilted, dha" fe mrr of ."N wit AJtan

ora s a sa t that both the amtt% and ter s 1 thugh h e.
m ea i owner bhave nod. habit lte fran tlhe *nl
lsass, hears Bu! IMW te atenml arp. og5 Mt, e Irte awake at Bt It
^,, Vb, ma jor ;; out now theb ae A we -,dodtnr Acitryqr They bha lad d~rateI to tha fe4 shldre-tI there be am
sfud .A-.W. the fact th ~ t It pe torRn a d u rn ooA the wob uDfrto
*^*^V.,,o tK.ti.d '~The It oe' oo re toqeonI to p'e m' su hoiurs. a
Se su ,lfm s JL u. tsInToeorw 4 this.uobm wlohoo(T1
SplimS"*t a'a.":* m. t, *im fo----- Ovetsctory. pct. oJ 18. btS on e r
isls'bsii s lms 1 o breeding fe stok W th.tie or diary I la rIes li bus its sta
6"w~ 0 eautso 1re"a4s011 t" lorid cowb wh bW.tor a a hlt tl the. woe .l 6mtdisk his
W *aAnd himsel foTing aimne
diy .a.ortisle .e tmW d et th ire M t ry.m of on o nilm s lt la of hi.
r... hay li th no so mpes los other than his
iiyO1 bw to n wO A bIawterIN to matke f 3& .Ie no1 wm 4 4 peloM es pu Mrbe lal4 C= `r0dt: aIl ompanob oh so mer
1sAd mtA460 si the so of the played. beoau C $aSIDO-Is a
ssk, *(1o *o i a sadw win he rewarded. o Batue s is a poor
pswtagefree, to ay Plrt of he Uitad i IisI rftr a I ma' leis re hbour.
tsemI Csd, for $eue ia -ya drac. a aThe White sd reto 1 S* soW this workaday ll-the
aI ambdwIs bills "sdoea dI e fagr U o la0tow. ts d t1 eas i se n the thedsy, rekeof
m 6of adnlbmett, rnoithewiom for Governow or.r: Mon. JCteroB 8. 1t Ioda oa tho 3ok of
tr e ta. oert "haetmI* to Browrne oft W ,. aedidrtot fr MWspro'm, or iguring up his bad
mqkd tb pay t r eiertag isa 6 Governor, w as i WB soWrbt as uthe tablecloth n a public
"M A"Ime M IT DAI? XrF77
V m 2J2 L.. y week meeting tch vit Ns ha S 1lart.' He will be dragged off
tm -. h t mado a canvas of 1ome of the a bo-t he sntry by his family, wo fal-
tORl COMPrTITION A BL1lINQ. Jo04 t conalte ad et with malnch ldyeteraie he shall have two weeks'
encouragement. It 14 Mr. Browaes v oon He no more get of the
The competition between storte- purpose to beoittl arWo mally acfat i tl t he seeks a long-dlistance
whlQb the "truts" will ne be able, ed with as many of the people as po 4 Nmo* station and calls up the
happily, to do away with-4s fortunate sible and to better aoomplish for all who buy, of counr, for it a his wife w il aeompany bin on I tg tlette to his employee had tellin
nree fair prwtoe. And It l also for. to trouh the n t t rhis wy them a thoeand-and-one thigs to do
tuato e fr the mas th elv he will ome late ontact with the wc they would have brts enough
ta that t it adoes enterpe, aotaeM, people their h te l. ad be kb to do a wr. Tbh -t day b e snds
laW oistan taeativ- o a ot. tr f tid to aw thir ud pro M e e telegram sd ealls up the
ter bugs, and rehis ino be.te $re0, J1ot their satreq In wa Mr. OW agAI. The third day, afraid
ibl service, better r w rtls i o.4 Browse wil be the Ojvernor of the that the business by this time ha
ali, I, whole people, and r.A of ay faction goe to m sh, he take the nt train
The newspaper ads. rfleot, later. O terest We a ever met pIr. to th. C"
ly, the phase of storeoaeUition Drwb hefrlo. but we wren much Th Tre no rest for suclt a man.
wi h mak thio lty an OtArestt- py AAbJtge srot. mnly way s s long as he carries his of n
06OPcO letter. They show the trtr. *ht e U et NO aH e Jo sto plat. "* blr ar '^t n
Ita fw popular fr aome t h tMor, and war sn l soqualntaa e time ,O d th caes o hisbuol.
a t e-tohe l ohwessealas t hey with hi, oeoaces l ile. s wI ress avly on bi m ad.
an Wiang to aks to re It; ad wil ano doubt do at he ad. Someone ught to search him body
ar w ti o aketwoteei "He tb dillno" r anb doso*tboen he leaves his oaksc
tUr Bure wrote: He that voem s.ep ye b e ster "
k us _trmO r ever' ght and 'satolh from him
na ad barpeus our tl Our The Sunb' Wh1la0 esarrpond- every tIl of business worry.
tilnaist is wOur helper." And solong eat Msay the oppeants of war Orl e rAative Fruit Syrup is a new
as 1$t tro-whilh w il be forever ld too InM that the eato h tI prevent on the laxa
fl*P tl will be a good thnla. ed tohe bthrat o treaty with tIle years as It do not
S ll ot pase away from as. without a diseantg votoe. Th. r seat and I pleasant to
C= Imesas. of course, that the other sx A It I guaranteed. J, W. No
It Is eMd that Whitelaw Reid, .o r otrma.ts wMch atisM proh of ~ aoa I
Ort W editor d The New York Trtbune. goation will also be awoPred as
is speed amey so latly atM t on as they are set i to the Ibtk
wIl be apossible for a man of *o *. *t b treaty doe et do mseP
eate meau tor s~~ueeed him A ibut it qows the proper disposition uo
Ob Madr to Oat Brt An t the part of this country and prove i
WO is lted Ia the cuse otf s Amer.l t e world in a measure t leatt, e ?
2.en o waited viit Mr) tA the United Btatoe Io eino a ta t__m
No pent several days with the Aa. Its idvomay of arbitrtion In prefer. *a
swedor amd when he ame to eave ones toward in the settlement of inter '"9! .
be fit o mput folow the b angab utioal dispt. Probably no for.
cstom of Upping anl the servyats. lpepl have doubted the mlacer. b lr
When thel Uled up to reolv his lty of the present administration, but t:g
gratlts thee were one hvndrae and ditpo i ti
"th*nr Iofo thel and the poor o eopleasa whole beet se ol
W! o thed gv ae&washe eo. mua the Ilast's former refusali to ratio. l

Sis h t h bway aho to t; t wold- oat omplets the= by ex.
&iAs wa.s t A ba-r-- R.e I d* .sta rei ua. ina in ..fea d of
hoM. hut he-ttikb ftW 0 sa =a em-i
auged by the tat that Be employs ep patwus l dea, ad. as a III
thlrta-v* gardenrs aone. \ ruls. the heetsl 5 Gaiaets e are
bhe egrenstuted upon theI wttrti
The ert 4Made O;'brver iM is m a e; b. u" .tk aT h lle
the eorporam.' *Dea'S that Jqr be bl, er es trimatIo shoin be
yoru .lac ma i .1a .be5 i the paatlsuof thel a UD ERTAK ING CO.
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other o -nB tm t ma is John rtoa -e e USI w& A w5r
sr, toktoe r eted oernomr bh h nd servs t only av i M PUu UNE *o
dal lastafly wiUh all I wet, but I5 the nry etthl w er e t. 943vW OOD
he Ihe teIatr Uhis a peopLtee *aa n.t I mL a N w OOOO...
an he ar TheWl Otbs ery eve arrived I2 M -----
at h W.a. '- tuise is a, The* **t h*es Wmeeo *
mystery to tUwor n who aM known'hs. mth wn Seb s t rhre *um **o
Mr. Stockton as long as sMe bef o the entr the math seae EUUtDit I ST mag
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BEACHES and His AIR-SHIP-Daily Flight.B
HORSE SHOW, Feb. 17 to 22 -See The Standard
Stock Farm exhibit and 100 other Iorses on exhibition.
LIVY. TOOK 8HOW owno. Feb. 2--te Spring Perk Farm eghblB led
180 0'hera tel its P Sk, Cit, Bird, FooltrL, Pageuu aud Duo Sirw, Feb.
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J. M. C0' ts h g Cheb
not plants ,go at im as in the
city yesterday. w ta load of
Stas o a ethem0i ere laaen bnen
Menp I the Irt o treba
Mr. and 1t"*. i iB Mo onii who
hae had reoa w aI Mrs h. IU. Ba*
at W, Oraao lv rmi, left for Nort
Adas. Mass.. ao saturday. Their
friade regret their depUrture and
hope to have them here again next
later.
Joseph Machenesr of Birmingham.
who haa b b here with hig
for, the puat few days,'has re-
to as bome. Mrs. Mtachener
,irena here as the guet of Mr.
in. Chas. A. aLretloth until the
of the Chautauqua.
bd Mater J. W. White and
1MareMl J. W. Blandui, 1. 0.
P., have returned from High
where they paid an oloffal
to the igh 8prigs lodge Friday
nas. They report a big meeting
a most enjoyable evening.
severe cold that may develop Into
nla over aniht can be curet
by taking Poley's Honey and
SIt will cwre the most obstinate
a cough and strength your
The genuine Is in a yellow
e. J. W. McCollum & Co.
o. Tison is In the city. and his
a fiends are glad to see him.
has been In poor health for the
few oaths, and Is enroute to his
in Osaa from the West, where
Lha been oa that account The
Is glad to state that he has re
his health.
irst National Bank has a
of advertisement in this issue
o the attention of our readers
Tbhi to one of the oldeet
rmost reliable Inanell Instltu
to this wetio of 4S Btate, and
which s managed on a courteous
Soneervative basis.
a. .Ward of Tacoma was among
who spent yesterday In thls
SAs was stated In The Sun of
,Mr. Ward had the misfortune
e one of hi e hfe bores wound
by a tray bullet In Micanopy on
y alght, from the result of
the animal died.
*R. Mills of Micanopy was In
yesterday and had his name
to The *'s subscription list.
SMla ta ud to he a frequent vlsltor
Oellle. hbut of late years e has
e almost a stranger to his old
d, amd they were naturally glad
oee him here again.
John B. Ley, field worker for
Southern College, the Metho-
sollee or For rida, Is in the city.
lhat night made The SBu an ap-
aln. As will be seen by
etewhere, Mr. Ley will occupy
palpit of 'the First Methodist
this morning. His numerous
here ae slad to welcome him

se Mr. ad Mrs. A. Col
rU eret to learn that they will
eat~aealt la a day or two or
Dautler, what pelas they wl
Steir tetale hams. They have
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repipsentailve of W W. Gorduln & Co.. detwctive wbo plns* to ostrlval Sher A oestmSssewe ACCIDIDNT.
cotton factors. lkic Houms, and wh oos Iabout true" I"?
Wanted, Orders fr umber-Any Ing unknown *IrI eti thd doors of ,Lloyd ChelfIe Weil-Known Here, RwA
one living In (ainesvlle or vicialty *10fltI IWF 9Th thWi Is I Over by Teinf.
who Inteds doing any buildingIn & tth butler #0d hi es tIbad A pinItY IInformatm wwefo"d hic rity @Ia&
near ftureshould order their limber UUt1t tralsed nWSM wo hPt them. rday night of thi s d od udd. md.
at Got. For the uat thirty dase lvesa nade veyUoneQ Ivovd to' Ing of the ole of Usyd chalN., a
the hck Lumber Company will give the 0 MextUSodliar) redlmutt; :4$dct t
opplma twris before moving the*rnottto omola several 1 charmar.w< wr b W rum e r 0, 1 tus jo hike F
ir ufrtbhr trom town. Wbw ar ert onwho aU theft M cto the by a awhi s.M tig* tst o ga*
w addres P. 0. B ox132, or mfmmmeakile. It is a rmol fr cm with
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qm 5 WromdeD(oo over st F endsrellaughter MWdreal et.
DpBook Lumber aemp. Io nIs mpof a seems1
What am se'w Uh l es aa bo wNetwo to 6"r ODORSei km.dutes 8se
was checked 3stat the ~pm"a se We AMe pheo" 10to saineosmthat duelr OW the t de V eaeldofilt.
1urday mournng. Thekiteu sI 9 W eMeyt sad Tat f He was a s U of a r s or. sod m isa t.s u
at b~ hm. of aOW J. 0. AdeWM.Wo smad hgt rIrblo Is st aihel e toi to 4oSall t 1 m6 ladder
as duhoIwred to be em &%whe by the Natlwapurre SWad UMm sig ll hIbb e ad fewl nos tshe
aOW Aadtws, who hapPoIwd to have baw ,t1 o soi ag r rgo am the d wsl pooldal eerhis S the o enusI to .'l
Ilep ag asovsisWi. ellUwN &V OW0-.0@8lt441 Samplad, inneulnhis budy1
IS hZthis5111111the 141111by m aftaatode o remedy few dr i Am o sad W Tis wa
alf a gorsehess. d m.et the be 3o* J. W. Now IMa t & IW U d of Mr ,..ll, ..'*beT
bw dmwwr brw st t" p epw ftUed. i sV V I. ChIeri, lho t ?r TrM
vmS n haw bow O W 90sb to lof he a404"
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tMo 4all. Is a II heehw bI Abd the 1 hb yma. an, IRV
hiis 111110 Of The On "smCLV. DWllsole ofM ~ F. who rseel" in~i
MY&. coposy tale -r 186618 doMmldIsW the U Sw meLtyefw Mal who$a4r 1 0pus0
hev w ol In t hei a of dey. ad he had e4emeWall they0 who se s9w .boie
swe. list balM awhome theyhavo 10toMiNNW to .elabme she em3wn m.,. Dg~fop
beftNamll.-" illsliam N. h mas ldeudodisad @at&a'-
Is modvuly 4410 1r10 b.1 o-w ft6 0 w as Sat ofa we hew Blod frtp Mosswa
"and In me O bee. The is ft m p eppaty ohis "uOw timEd&Fo os m
to now Von oehlortab. ld.09"T. ifl tI s At4.A F--- _A_
thing yes 1a0t I. the dry (Fmi7 11 1InL.'.A wfbes* ofMOr. Amadeo a. t e 11313 Owrlis
at pies tht has righ t. 0# 0 o4 te) IawftnionaUs b used spe. o y t16k0FheDak Da. 9" t &W6&b
ew s Nowe iw "f4at babe" ad ( d the dush -3 ofj 1) W Iay-'bli sq4al0g Y dollr
do l wr sappe & esoemrd s e00"0 01r1 k C.i c X. "am ope

Ii to be wooitod at Op "in bo MJ, W m Mr A eis Is 90 D ISa is
I daysight014K arrh S. pollbaly _kybe"rispew @noUIwohb"
Y oe wwab burl Is "tamm no H. left kIn' 6 lao
wrAwe. Tbere is thew o .sh op Ow moolft wrn The Dutton Bank J
oriW'ma ada gjggye noy"M Nw.n
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>". 1@6e & r". HVi Twom AdJIunpd Saturday, Af-
W sVwie, bhe be ter DispesIg of All Caos.
Iea ld tW fe weo, a4verulag After dispoelag a the aos
iLad Ad ilitg iou R t and Heob whheb av e eaed the civil docket to
h1md 1o1 be 0conested for the put two or
eV t ;dlM Dr. Ilvinto wIU three yeas the stpe al term of the
Sbe l seo M elel in ever tow. as o alrnt court adjourned Friday after-
has bS Ia GoaImnille. Is I er. oon.
Bl. ldrti a reptslatoh bare that ThereJ e a large number of
o .W1 welad promd d. ru)as e aesm dlo ded of at this term of the
.rt4o1 of With:!HM ea rt, iMany a which had been on the
l ppl rWt and oth o braie d alos for number of years. Judge
6JI a il ving Dr. Uvingtoa Wile who believes in doing things,
~ Iee a MHb eWmedy the V V delded "to clear the civil docket. and
t aPS le ,r what It it dubs for asled this special term for that pur-
thel. s sad woMI #N*s m The docket has now been clear-
... ..b.k. to wk wer .ad happy, ead, and t. is anticipated no trouble
ttle A hav oy ed me package of his Mln fttan th direction.
e a sThe case disLposed of Saturday was
OLrk. Thus we quired witl Co tOue s th Dr. Iye that is nothing that of Venable & Jones vs. J. D.
YANd the follow fall a school and mouth. ew. "-% 1g pi ~ ia every ltrlngfellow, unlawful entry, in which
Whcl it was eed would Sui g city. and te javes. He ayrs the jary brought in a verdict in favor
ed The P ide kmndn uy. We te glad to print hereawt ea that Is object In li to of the defendant. Burrell Wiggins of
Sthis title the ehool was aravins o( several of the ~sa ,t reatoe health and sut tb Hasuo was foreman of the Jury.
Jiully oa" ed or four year,,, buildings, whJch prtlsent Ia pleossd & havLrW up dia hope. They After bearing arguments and a few
ev. P,. V. Walker as preridel-t.' and vxevlleont. Id4A of the school AtiJur tlle around to John. motions in the afternoon the Ppecial
it, anon bocum aljrent thlmt nm trlal hnldlnp. In addition It Is ton'e d where Dr. UAvlngtoa term adjourned to the regular spring
college work msust be andur projowed t an early dant! to bulbd ,Is headquarters while In term, which sets in Ma'.
P)(fr-tholit y-.uth doA:Ind.)I a now bhy&' dtrmltory aud gymnathlum ut city, hitm and get more of
t the eh' ih t (ld .. '" l"his ,r^,ttlv riled, and wll b ;th remeotes for their family. Deot Complain.
...Dr. Jobasom says the dead for If your chest pains and you are un-
S'these remedies since the people have able to sleep because of a cough, buy
found oat the ,wooderful sars they a bottle of Ballard's Horehound y )rup
uhave pa shed, Is mar3val0ss and you won't have any cough. Get
These relnedlas are on sale In all the a bottle now and that cough will not
druge srea In town. Price fifty cents last long. A cure for all pulmonary
each. 'diueaes. Mrs. J-. Galveston, Tex.,


The Olr0i'

. TNhms were doln roltlge work.
Miap, two yarus ag the currtcleum
us rminsd to amet the requirement
Ssteodard eWoUee work, leading up
b tbem*rrI thee

With a stroMng clty of sistewl
Ip4oeomr each a asktl tehw, h

usme u Mf etbw o maitse I met a
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supprlied, aIsa spbe
Dreft paat, buta spgum
and omrmuas we vskied eaeqs-
at SI1O. To ths It is t r o1;
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Unequaled as a Cure for Croep.
"Besldes being an excellent remedy
for colds and throat troubles, Chamber.
Slatn's Cofth Remedy Is unequaled as
a cure for croup." *sy Harry Wilma
a of Wafetowa. lud., Wbea given as
eM as the croup a eh ars, this
remedy wI pre~ vt ta atteIk. It s
lueMd nIosearlly I i ay thouead
t hbooe. r sale by all draggutists.
POR N COUNTY JUSQ .
SI nUeetflu -n- maelf a
,*otMMo or e t*owesa a s comty
Jadga I sae t the votes of all DXam.
eggate at the |rt.X O May fIth,
a4d 1 mu td 1e4 ie ateld 1 M


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writes: "I can't my enough for Bal-
lard's florehound Syrni. TIhe relle it
hai I for nit to say." Sold by W. M.. .lohn-
ou.


James Crow. a fisherman, wns
drowned t( Lake Worth last week by
the upeetiUn of his boat. There were
two other aa to he boat with him
but they were reed by being pick.
ed up by another boat

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FOR MARSH*,
I hereby announce mySt s candl-
date for City Marsharit rnP elhatio
to be held on the 14th d 40f April,
1908. I promise if elected te d6gavor
to do the duties required bytbeordi
nuances as near a 1 poebly oad, and
I solicit the votes of all Itrwbiding
cltisens. Respectfuy, .
CHIAS. PINXOON.


I take this method of SmWOUncing
my candidacy for re-electaAb M City
Marshal at the election ANtl 14th.
19U8. I have endeavored to Irform
my duty without fear or Wqt, and
would appreciate the uppr 01 O my
fellow-ctltxens, promisrln c-t =UL at-
tention to the duties o the in
the future as in the past. '1bkWtag
you for past support, and aheLng
your votes at the coming rdeso, I
am, Very truly,
BEN T. ARNOW.

To toe Voters of Gainesvlll-9 take
this method of announcing eadi-
dacy for Marshal of the City' '(M eI
ville. I have been on night wok as
an noficer, protecting you sad your
Interests 'while you were s 'l- for
about three years, and leave I, you
as to whether I have pe n my
duty well, and with Imp.
I think I have been long i at
night work to be entitled to a ljob.
and if elected I promise you a hltbul,
impartial and efficient service. Tours
for order, C. L. U wi.
S- W E .-__A


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Designs for Funerash and Decamrtle
Purposs a specialty.

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Tb, Florida P -ortm ste' 4 me1 tlios of Mvsls-OBathe wit HNt
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put in Wof.

blws bmm at /diced
Wodnm"dA mor*isr blowing .
the seh in the otafficeand And a tle's i '.OW ImIN
wn t with wha t uash tho v ere d ........ ,
in It. Tbey left no clae whatever. ___ M____8___


Iery bbtel from the Royal Palm
the malet, and every boarding
In Miami. was killed Sunday
tlC sys The Metropolls of that
, ad the same ai true of the
I But Coast

0. NoCrlght, a young man tram
dena 8. C., was arrested on00 a
Sar hi Jalksoolvlle and dooet.
violatin the treet-car ord.
by not movng from the nat a-.
for seroee when so ordered

t eyear-od daughter of Chas.
a termer living four miles
was seriosty rned Mae-
The hild was with her father,
was burning the grass i a 8feld.
Lames caught the child' dress
and before It could be put out.
* lothta vas burned from' her
. Physiclaa usay the burns may
prove fatal.


ThlIs Wertoh Remmrinbng.
oekmver you have a cough or eold.
Ssmembe that Foley's Hoaey and
, lU cure It, Do not risk your
klt by takin sany but the gesnlae.
I t a rylow peokag4. J. W. Me-
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Appreclte the Kindness.
W. Frank Malphurs of LaCrosse was
In the city Saturday. and made The
6Bma n agreeble call, renewing his
subeorption.
Mr. Malphur recently had the lis.-
fortune to lose hs barn by are. and
does not helstate to say that it was
Incendiary, as he claims the barn was
*et on Are at "firat dark." He lost
everything except 107 bundles of fad.
der and six bales of bay.
Mr. Malphurs' friends came to his
reeue and assistance, however, by
donating large quantlUes of hay, fod.
der and corn, and some cash, and be
desires through The Sun to extend
his heartest thankp to thoce wbq wer
generous enough to tide him ovir an-
til he can make another crop.
Listen
And remember the next time you
suffer from pain-caused by damp
weather-when your head nearly
bursts from neuralgia-try Ballard's
Snow Liniment. It will cure you. A
prominent business man of Hemp
stead, Texa. writes: "I have used
your Ilniment Previous to using It I
was a great sufferer from rheumatism
and neuralgia. I am pleaed to say
that now I am free from these co -
plaints. I am sure I owe this to your
liniment." Sold by W. M. Johaeon.


New Steambeat Reeahes Columbs.
Colainbus, fb. i.--A miweteaw
boat, the rt Caktes. Is at The "arl
ar will make trips between this otly
sad Apalschlolat. It is an ladeI p
dent eaiaer, and will receive ship
tats of trt4sht for all poinate betwoes
Columbus and Apef lcbhola. UIt i 11
tos borden I: II fttel for both
paseger tnd frerltit se rce. H.
T. Owe*a Is the owner of the ew
craft.
AliI Reeoevelte Wedding
Was something to be recorded hi
the seaals of history. H orMe ha
beseea a ewledged the greatet o
Uver reuiteor. A positive ease M
bIWto he adsces. cone iptlo. eM.M
and fever. and a l Mlvyer -plWl.
J C. mC. at h title *k, Artl. wril
'INr"Mes tee greatest ef
Ole beow. HaT see" d ft Iq prMs
Sdoee th worrt." deM by W. M.
John=&


jo nu m Pa.. rosl. n.
Iw"s mow w sart"d a laeuat
larnd Iqd.6 wr rm shd t amet
to, desib. Lus Arl. SY
-whe eVW~ad Io w 0s bofnd
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rolIull are Ope.
eig t on Aor Adiiral 3,.
ass 1 t10AOuM M ee to that port.
UMW of **a%4) N1IlIwaukee
MWad t. Foal RSpO" d ""'ttirhavo
declar ed .smaainl dId (4ivt ~of 8%
per *ent ft he PueItrr14 9nd cm)%Ao
i VOWSt C4a0 y pararan4 gilt
lbtrut opposed 1S 10bve came from
MlgbOWA P Ab4bq.was r by m*o
tie I La0d4 M 1W ).e" I. It wat
pobhaseO by a ",a reot dWa'aer.
'Me NeVIAds41 Jo0 n voal, whic
too bes euwe*t for L Nrty-ou,
.SS, Wrm n seiSke Irndepenenat,
George D. IW~rb*p it ret Isa101
OiWNes, d tlp ek, Cuok., bW
--&Uod the "Ws'
Is &a aa ace 66tb iferry HNank,
of Mew, tot bo eet ('harlos A.
Nasals at New t in a eerie. o0
uaOSbfWitWA 1005 at distance* tp
to s* oaids. 16 .0b," jrAe at tIe
evortuasm dhow at -Nrt~ai a ftuan
oardn.
-1404MnanAt USeret &% transmit.
td to Me O ftobt tbitin t-n tire
and a OULMUCI P p r00 dMuct of the
Has" vea gua" Ce noe trestle
are acooMpanld by an c'acuslv re
port of the dolasp f tQk AntIcatn
hegatlloz at the Hague,


For Dieses of the Skin.
Nearly all diseases of tl' skin such
U eceoma, totter, a rit'irte alnd bhr
ber' Itoh. are ehaaatteriz. I ,y an in.
tes Itobhing and arlth, v.hlrh of.
ton makes life 4 b e n and disturbs
alep Mad rest. Qlek relief may be
bad by applying Cb tnwbrilIn's Halve.
it altars Ith tebg anud smarting
bIwm t lbstantly. Many cases have
bW ~ bdr by Its m.. I'cr salo by
all drnutsts.
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The Po is Mightier
Than a fire-ongine when your
bouse is on fire, because it in-
stantly e bures tlie entint value
of your home-that is, when
your nane in i,,annd Il lpo ii
strong policy for


n the bs do eempano Wi er witb
ae- dpielsld mid t W b.Mae. II f
sel pYgr bhat II met oi aty, tbh
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Reifes Colds by working hta
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Reheviw Coughs by 0*.bnulea asd
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LEGAL ADVERIS3EMENT. I 'rklqv ad fd oftsmiIsm
a ties of what you offe toy
LIONMI?'RII)N10M A SASS J A VAW NIX
VaI SA*lM hiss ut v ,,rr o aa or A t1AKr
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asiphe Ic oa*er .b#Ie taheoGarn baINV"dnAr. Mhiieii
p coy Cii 71elsusu..le. Al tuat 11.p
elob -M ,vollb. qtomot~votday Ut~ai
A% 110 twba~ivfth MR .i. oral of 0 the No st asew, OaeVeps
foil olmsdft 6rl"W1jwoIw svli. lik oalsIPraosl.. All bulss
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ITEMS


What "Has f tw amd What ie
S~qaMnres Te lto ewrt Para.
Se r HNe Who ftar may



tAM yads fruit Monday SI. Phfwer

bhaataua tickets are on ale at
s"W *; .
m latt reduced for Monday. New
*.Trt Itael,
SOhtsa asoe t wAts are for
m sa v a era'a. '
MULES stabl tor all prpom at
Orawfrd & Davi'.


urner Cx was In the lity from
om ose yeteday.
S Niholaw Fraesoo hasu returned
S from a buites tri p to OOsra.
S Dr. Oo. Valdo has returned from
a. brief bus iestr to Jacksonville.
s easo tickets to' the Cbhsatuqua
re now on mle at Mller's noew stand.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shaw of Alachus
S fzvoted Oalesville with a visit yei-

Refund day at Saundere &6 are's,
Vebrury 3rd. Bring your tickets by
March 10th.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Thomas of
S onteooha were among those who
spent yesterday i this city.
Mrs. W. J. Ortffin and son, Bugene,
Sof Starke, are In the city, guests of
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Holtelin.
Oorge Qleaon and onse of Rooky
'Poit were among those who spent
yesterday in the oouaty capital.
"j HORWsS &nd MULIS-We hav' jut
received a new lot. Call ad me them
S before buying. Crawford A Davis.
J. A. Parrsh, a well-known farmer
of the Haue neotico, was among
hose who speut yesterday nl this
city.
Keep your oye on the "Want" ads.
S he vey day you fall to read them
may be the timethere is something
, :of spedal interest to you.
W. T. Lynch of Grove Park wa
S transaction l business In this city yes-
S erday. Mr. lebh is engaged In the
maAufacture of lumber at that point.
Our nae ltnd of spring footwear for
I ladi@n and Mtwis will appeal Irre-
satlbly to thie wuo appreciate a
pretty shoe wheu they ee it I1. C.
Slth* .
0. F. Staford of Hague was trann.
soting busiaes is this ty yesterday.
Mr. Stadrd has just opeed.a me.
eatile bates at Hage and. Inas
o h as he has asay fr ieds, will no
S bt joyr a ue trdeo.
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Files-Over The Wage.West


OyAstesprepvo, ad, ths*ptqpey.
stea ad chap bls tt tied.
Any swbil dish dond mr e ad
OnL shrt notice.

JIAt a few wod m show Uzpl
Mals: M Kales s4d mfgt, my bbd
of mat thavis *ma," suo Is hr
for year w ?,*b?.y$
they Po with i6.y s=1 Or brookbs&
erd S-med. lo% go "r ambise o N

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Heed tki 1Mo UrY'd ao
irm er I elope ole~w


imds w a ajob *, M ee m
I bavethe pkom y&W nM be eo
savod of pd a well a dam.


Carter wasted at Parade.
Opena a bak ocounat with PhIter
Broe.
Buy a eson Chautauqua ticket at
Miller'
The ale continues Monday at Phi-
for Bros'.
J. A. J. Strickland of HagU was
trading t the city yesterday.
Pae Jesey cream-say quantity.
Pise O eove Dai; 'phode 489.
Anoter car of Stude*kor Wagons
-all sUse-at Crawford & Davts'.
Ibor contracts for Mle at this
office; 60o per dose, or $1 per hun-
dred.
STHI B T AiARGAINI In hoae and
males at Crawford & Davis'. Come
quick.L
Dr. and MPs J. J P MKlanry. Jr.,
have returned from a brief visit to
Jacksonvtlle.
"Wbes 8mith ame Home" at the
opera bou Monday night. Tickets
on male at Miller's.
Cbh, . McKuney of Louise was
taseaotlng business an grteti I
friends t this city yesterday.
I. W. Gerrish of Jacksooville. who
Is eouueeted with the Cummer Lum-
ber Compaby., I in the city on bust.
nesw ontotedw with that frM.
W. R. knkert vtoe-pro det of the
Oatneville'Natienal hPak. Is spending
a few days to South rtorlda on bst-
nes conae ted with the nstitutom.
Mertll o o Wl Willox was ameng
thoee who spent yesterday to tia
ity. Mr. Wilt tworpely reided is
Ualaeevile. ad has many friends
here.
S. L Harpr of Kanapaha was tI
the city yesterday. Mr. Harper, wh
is a r4ttlass sawyer. ha soAeepted
a poetla I the amll of T. J. wear-

Mimes Alice Thoaaas ad rloreas
asabt have returned ftro Aret
where they have bees for the peat
days oi a pleas t vlt to reatee


eperstor oi Kameaphe. i.Ispeog
T. J. *Lwearlpe tLe naval *

eaday Is ths etty w h h" i tb.ft
Mr. Swearte es l making qute a -a-
ese of laval stoge,
Ow sprig Mb e of Ret Crem hees
has Ween plaed ti stock sd1 "

raftrt io teep-etIay ed to thts
welloewa lne L C. S1th.
Tbo Ntp mntahl budeoe mt-

pmMee UVm wUll bV e eWU at the
ralaB-ro eNm Meday altemea at '8
*eleek. Bsteeds of taIpaMitUe is to
he teamseted sad a tfll atsemtamee to

Almes QGeeop W. *Se*i ha ar-
ruve a the Cdty ma lavermaa whore
be tis ew es farbl ftsted. for thed

maier of hi eo fSraltre to the
peab MA sessm tbis e" ples
w hvinTess, whwt the eba
emt CSanda ead et the eemN
Usoft ai me be Oar
11fste m~m of ai sow


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.i p eraa **seeones. Passtae




s d p tedbase.
Wet o e are tight trade at mi
W. OWkYr d yoa wl e p ais."
smO) Ia our e i s de tuoeat
Mw ~i V. .at iatreet. Phle











-m= th e rtr4e -e Ia
PaUe-wtaatse a ese H ereen Wb
o*w Prt b aot preauw ft a r'

li'Gerl w Kkw d wa


I A v as I ae haoat t th Areddhe
whmr.e w pem a dlf or two as
Mrs. J. o HeMr.a sa md W. rJ

Atph, orf a latr W~a
SJMer &AWOretu edc fotlos Is
en here for twhe they have bor
dMts as t few dayste former's sist

Mako the saSA two weeks aMases






Mrs. Ch*sa u toth have reto mrned
"to tr boe ,.
dJ. R. fesey of Wrndar, but a hoa
n theiet, dstrlet, the i. On
foar atl r a ,nd weat ade oos s ore.














meet o O 4ow da~ .
of Mi Ie R ddiI of this city ad
Mr. Jame" Douhert of Jacksoarlle,
which wl occur a t the MetoU
dirt chrch Ina CalneevTIe at noon on
Maro I. th.
Mrs. J. I. Henderson sad o., Jo.
wsph, of enterprise Alhr, -wb h ave
been hrn n or the pat week or t
day as guests of the ormer's oiter,
Mrs. Chas.& AFalrloth, have retuned
to their home.
J. R. Feaster of Windser, but who
Is now saperlnteadent. of roadwork
in the ALacbhu district, iu In the city.
yesterday. Mr. Feast ts a candidate
tor sherif, and will m e his anMoune
meat tn a few day.
Mra? Geo. P. Morris i sEpendlitr a
few day as the guest of rektlves
and friends In Waido. Mrs. Morris
made her home In Waldo tor several
years, ad Is quite popular ocially
among the people tmere.
The Barry Shoe-It sets the pace
ad beats all others in the race for
wear and tyle a"od torEt. te I. r ,
men and youth It is the shoe. Don't -
let "hard times" "cut any lee." Just
walk right In and asI the prOe. L C
Smith.


Among other oapddate. for shei.f
The Sun is Informed that W. C. Hague
of Hague will be th the ra e. Mr.
Hague is a uaU thoroughly competent
to All the position sand will no doubt
make a good rao His aammneaceent
will appear lu The Bua at the proper
time.
Mr. and M. A. A. MoDaneld who
have bee resiM t his eity for
me ba year, spent to ktlae a day
or two Cor Flral Cty. Wb6e Mr. Me-
Malel hae eswese a get moetl.
He ha bhe esaoeted with the
qmeevfle PFe sad cOa Com

l. Ja.es Merte. me ef the eet
ry oods *M If t he er haa a
epted a poss with the 0 W.
Hrye dy O t n r. Mr.
ruw a bee" s qasab wb da c
b Sb 0eONW Om. ad "he
BYed 1 cm m fttMi Ss aet er
t Mbs e bw v e I
Ohem V. Reaewatre. be



iif W sa t-, -aa Oe-aay.
aM 49H the Caae DwlaMes CMt.

war ebadrt.o ior Ab eat h w
reamny w WaW. 4 Se, weal
mamm of do OsmOss Casmioa.
Mr. Rahwr hid fthmmsmb .
van Sb0,- am o tO. md Was

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S Week's




Thi Week'sSe


Brown is the best color of the semon.
We have several shades to choose from.


Our new $1.1-yard Brown Voiles only ....... 8e Yd
Our new $U.M.yrd Brown Voiles only..... .I.I5 Yd
Our new $1.48-ard Brown Voiles only..... .41.11 Yd
Our new S.8-yard Brown Santoy only ..... 112 Yd
Our new $1.25-yard Brown Mohair only.... ..i Yd
One piece Red Voile, special .............. ..k Yd


diesn' and Children's Costs

Just a few left, but they must go; so we offer any gar-
ment in stock at just HALF original price.



Ladies' Sweaters
We have loo many to carry over; they range fromn
$3.00 to $4.50; Choice ................... $.1.5
These Sweaters are just the thing for Spring service.
You will miss a bargain if you don't got one.


MRS. R. WILSON

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HOUSE FOR RENT-Apply to J.


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Vidal's drug store.
FOR RZNT-House to rent and furni-
ture tor male, cheap. Apply to Q. W.
8sooold, Oainesville Fla.
POR RENT-Six-room cottage on
LOmes St. Sewerage and all modern
oavealeNces. Owen Lloyd. Univer-
ly street. 8.
POR RUNT-FPor furnished rooms.
deaw etaira, aslMb for tlht bou.e-
kfl sa d Teavenmet to square.
Ap 4" N. Pleasant street
FOR WNT-e-am houas eod-
era msmmes; eAty sewerage;
em- anelb-m : Sr boks from
-4IM. APl P. 0. Do 117.

PONt "AL.
POb SALL


OR SA B- k eesd easrb typ
writmr bm r leal work at

FOR SALB-A aem. modern m iht
roem housa new. as aut Orasge
seeN. This i a barg la Inveetl.
ate it oee M. B. haLders.
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Coevemlestl Lfcted et Privale

OYSTERS
ALL KINDS 8IRVED lt ALL STYLES

Choice Steaks and Cheps, Drip Coffe
Devilled Crabs.
we employ me of saw be "ohefr.
the buster. Ife fIm e aolesea oc4 aco.
Theit. be s ooqs 5eSodMSltg B Y,: *

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bere.
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