Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01224
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 4, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01224
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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ofn Vietnrs Aas bled at
t City to Witnes Ge.
Cerenmale Attendant Upon
uMl Merrymaking.
leans, La. March 3.-4o-
the arrival of Rx In the
attendant upon mar1 rmas
formal oplago of the New
carnival. TTe king of the
was recelved with elaborate
1ee by the mayor and other
Monday afternoon and takrin
to the city, rulee ospreme
lght Tueedsy.
Oergoeau Jewela.
wells whi were worn during
ival by Rex and his queen
on exhibition In tbdr capital
Orleran, for several days.
l crown was of OM set
oadeo and emeralsd ad lined
vl.vet. The seepter was of
ivory and saudded with hand-
a of many varieties. A
rope of pearls and diamonds
ame hysts was worn across
h's breat.
aeon's jewel were of diamonds
rIds and conaeted of girdle,
,bracelets and brooches.
was a tiara of unusual beauty
war et with tbe geuo The
was of gold and pearl studd
many handson'r stones.
Identity Kept Svcrtrt.
Idenitly of thoer v.t', play thei
of 1he merry mornarch. In thy
al are suipoa)ed to be kept a
until the day Uilowlls the ball
STueolay ngrt, when all local
Spbllab pictures of the
nWd bia queen. Wl!e t lx I.
some promlinnt business man.
SI the younget daughter of
'epresentalive citizen. To b,'
as either king or queen ii cor'
a great honor, and thoesandJ
lars are spont upon the robes
gowns of the monarch* whose
lsta leas than thirty-sil hours.
na tbeoe thirty-it bours the
subject of Rex and bis queen
theaselves over to mirthful cel

sgieAr of visitors this year is
4 larie as In previous years.
M eIlars who have never missed
val before anaoonasel to tbetr
Seret that the uancial stri-
tou iprvuted tetr atteedin;.
a uber of viitors In the ',y
M y astUmatd at about 0,00).

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lvd LeLtte tna Aseiatlal Would
A11, to KulI im.
IaT. Ma .--A dimpath to
Trn Imnmesl -
ob" Cobbeloan afmm a I, at
tI+mr the I1e. I"
Il. Martau".u of the oat
Snsiala w"as nae rded by pe.

-am wbro" ma eum ar.

Tat priest wa sat" "Meod
y i et- him thtmd

a-ees to it. a fui i
o Ithe pIotl.
the riular ssrvo at the
iaetov wrpa r no ty # ain& I

so. .. u id Ka

'. Al. Ma me -r T te mo

H Miss e **d(* -e1ave bv
IM-I. m o wa M lati. T

YTe BI ts partly ene t hi
TThe ma tsat pu -w
h nat -L aS


Nw Development In the Chleag Psi.
o"" Ca"d Ca .
lkaloo. Mareh 3.-On4 th evre o
h trial of 18toa W. Sangter. a
ooamedal tmvoler charged wrlth
baying attmpted to kill his wife and
tbher yvt g daugter by ending the
peIlso l Caaty, the aecums wife.
Ul a Iu3. Uonr whose tusmouW
BiAter we s lasted, declare that
d believes tt was a womna's and
that iled the esady with a deadly
plonoe-l eto--d all but worked
e desatrb o mothr and child. 8he
oellekwee hr husband to be Innomet.
AJitant tate Attorney Day aid
tt hbe bad expected to have Sangster
But at the elevents hour. ttme wife.
who had pursued him until the grand
Jury Indicted hitm, dkclarnt hter hthltef
Sbhis innocence.
The candy was left for the tA ughter
at a railway station In her father's
sult ease and a note from him told
ter to get the s it case. Tho note.
however, said nothing abtlit the


GREAT FRE IA TI A rmlnen Hebrew, of Atlnta, lat

FiRa y Suks a Lss .f
NMl i atf r If i


Four of the Large6 Ol81 Factories
Wore Deotroye, Tewn Hun
derie of Peole Out ot Work--300
Bellding Burnemd-Oae atality.
Tampa. Fla.. March 5.-TThe, e.'ire
extreme north eastern olen o t f ithe
city proper was deetroyed Io flti',
whi'h ram d unlnterruplIedh fr',i, !'
m. to I p. m. iunTday.
The aria bhlrle'l covoerel l it we
arres or eight(een si n (r e ;, *
and thu~ehundred andelhbl : ..
wero destroyedd. witi a tuial A
The burned lectlo l Icliiie.1 fw r

oandy. large and one amnller elgar f.tArtr'r,.i
In P16 Mrs. Sangster brutnht suit and numerous reutautreiets anl 1 .l*ont .
against a wealthy slhk)w of Jackson- boarding house and over tnwo mtule
iTle. Ills., for alienation of the af- ddetlina occupied by clgarninkeen
factions of her husband. She lost The factories burned Were M S t
the suit in the lower c',urt, but on an chelberg & Co.. I(ms. !$100.#o 1 I',
appeal, the supreme court rtolanldtil It res A COu.. loIs s 0,00; ,<' mIc<,A
for retrial. Psher A Co., lois $40,000; I:.sr'\ is
-"- (iunlt company, brxanh of s a Ie I
VISTITO BY NIGHT RIDERS. herg, |lo $40.000, Fernand or l& 1o.
-- le 0,000.

Warning Note and Switches Left at
Farmer's House.
Naehville. Tennn.,. M:ir'h 3.--A lit
tie band of night illiters visited the
farm of Walt-r A iA.ano. n apnro) lnnit
farmer, who rcml's fithe mlles smith
of IllipkilnhI il K ;iA l Ift threats
in t' form 1 .e unknlrown I;i'in ode Inio ttie
farm fer>i thn rti:cr of the place and
wc(e ( n horveo iint mullt. 'I. I)y
slt)oppe'd firvt at th t hoiiei.s'e' of two
tenants and Ilit n 't prc'cfll tIo u iM'.
lAyni 't r front Im)rrh.
At (eHh plnce' t;ievy lal ,!',wn a Ihum
die of pwltchev' antd a tirit, waninlt
IJlyne and his c'nilpp'r to, -1l: their
toh.cero in thI n.,n, latllon iunl-r 1pe'r
alty of a stil 1i; A. A1.l I Inolu*-
were iglTeed ":,''o "
lAyn 1 is 1ot a ni'ltlia'I if t e as-
IociatlIn, lbtt a1nn1nt1 im l w'iM41 l ni 1
aeo blh Intention tlof J. initl ; ii. imMn as
the boLks are e-1 iic 1 for nw nln'ti-

People Thrown Into Pari c.
All faclortl crarlic l large t... of
tobacco and etKlrs. Tb s it'sl MAiiOt
by Afre. i*raed all that h, i>,n orf
the city between Twelfth ainl dlM il
guni avem.es an'l Mktteea 1.1.l 'I iit
tieth streets.
It originated In the boa of Altonto IMal, 1714 Twelfth aven'-,
and r.jnied h) a stmng utWind. spnei
cut. fan-ti1aped, 'sIf) oinr the fti'co of
the are, doeartnmeit, sitIch a'.1 eisI,
11pld h)b very wek w*Pteri piesma-.
owifg to t he aiallon s oif the neahlls
In that cotion.
Ocriplts)( of over t f,% hindr-l r ,l4

the dwelling houses .
piane. rtustol out a't,
but Ille' of thbtr be'ot
One n 1ail 14) i* ,.e4M I.
nran in a de)l. deed frum l he whor'
reticud from tHe h'rrr
dlim( uly

lrglwn 1j,41 A
Ilin Irrto ,
a ( '1111111 A lls
an 1 tql 1. .1
)d Yw

bers. In (fhe hit fistcrte.f I' I a. ln* IN l',l
Only to save' the ot Itl st ', le of ro e
AT PASTEUR INSTITUTE o. ordsbookI, e ut, a he valhiale,
.- s ltnica of C5af t ohre riaifs' tir
Well Known Horeman Will B Treat ed elgars ready for sht -it a. i,'-
I ed for Hydrophobia. t to he merrv of e afln
Cbhlago. March 3,-John plan. tle Motelo and Cafe* Burned.
trotting horseman. arrivt .t i (obtcao' LAmg buildings e tbre an isateornil
Ikaday it( treatment lhr hydloppoblta d troyet. were the h, '!* and rates
ad is now at the Psteur Isatitute. of Per"e A& Cahtue sd \tmaisO ('aru,
He waa bittbe by a an4 dog on al alonrw, welve t taursats an4
trilay wall at Izlngtona Ky. The teo boardtla4 homa
had of the k which bit him was The re finally burt -. Iaei out at
takeI to Dr. A. Iaoprto. head of the the estreoe sorthes. ra rornar of
lultate, an after a esImnluatiom. tae city.
the phyltan sanmoused that theo al.1 ally half of th p e plo rpdered
al eartataly had baYropobts. I hoanl*es were out of %ork, 01ag toI
Mr. Spas was put der trefatmt t00 eU at a ti the' facores. and
M t"e. *tNo bad aymptol haive a I Iop tlm(ly ott of f'ads al tblir
letopIs to Hs easm aW4 th -k s W -terI eeaw am linM..lat prem.i
ever rmes to pectw i reoo y. cma*0 0ed to la So0 t
Three other perwm were en at ft. Josighs ereat eapu ed te
tae aae time. the by der o f tlb* t leat Pthenr

m ~. ~3 te S W 0-. a I these, I
~ 0n ctters. q6ara Ma eel hb dr t- Io 1 I oof Wok.
to a t edg Inrla "its Indmry a s 0 esivt t of the berert a the fbese
a earmeinvlg roster of ie, Vt. lo
Ma peltOa, Vt. and WeAsfrty. I. ]., Te Isslre is ata it
woes arted by a se *se lr t of t s s e hta bal of the .e.
Moay. do4 to the f N .-- -" fsw
mtoese aid manwfeartw to ep rae Toue'ete eo U Di e.
the prevblem oft a se w wam Fleale. Ma 'I .--4Jera
<ad **rtrammmarIl*e" a "sme" mpi. @* 'O Ie ,e*1
w"11A gOversed the blates"r Ig s' "ta., *eveuti sfte a et e**i
Satuday4 ra I the deoeft baa 'b tb r e the
aI maoDf a. m e De Sad. aI --Ti" I i
UvTerpOO1. M ares a -WW 4. l i. S oso hmna fe e.s la'n. sl
gt l *o I4n I .I I
MIaedoy Mra W i 8mleb 5M NIie l s ttha- g e,.w M ks-c Iu
Uloa at VPJA a J'1Oae fArnr hos" 6 M- mairu 0 ,raete I& Ola I
II PWla ooh al a-w -a. 0" 6 D
rxabow k O and M.-aa libit ets -

sla. orswv09Alq# o= -
P~a1M5AM Leeqh 2 -
Sim Saet4,w ol Wfsp* t1*,1
POMM fArmhaft v FW040e*rtb4j
e m. In'." aS -o
twe. *, -I w .&
ts a"am ,. ss I.
SWA"*a $law
'N IkL 40

DM&W. d~qo &:Cb -PftS9#jft
pobk bm* aftsdat adwo rho am~

Z Wer H beads' 9 t dk

of Sather Lot Hh

Dead in His SI,
Atlanta, Marcb 2. -Jceh Klirsowlta,
one of the most prominent of the Or1
tbodox Hebrews of the city. weA sit
and ifetantly blUed at hi ieee of
busies". the Georga loam Oles 1II
J'ieeatur street, by an usilsws novi
Saturday sigbt shortly at Io'clock.
The vegro escaped.
The trouble, It Isa4. veow out ol
An &tnMPt of one o three seoam
who bad enerod the stor m to make
of Wtlh a plutol which they were e-
amlUng. 11 ews interested by Mr.
1Itiroewit and a nfeso porter.
in the osruwle title of the other ine
glue,. SL''1110ONOX to fie *tattlflh'ti f (if
btl i.-Ptaluie, doliherratel) drow a plintol
itnd vired twirceo at the 1eatwithrinlit-i. io
fill I nliortIa I I v Sallhalie'd a nd a'flibiv-1
in a few 111 miul e'
Th tee' o'gr.a I lien fled .1 i i jif ta s '5
Net I101 hbt en i apiit-4i The') Aftall

lile UI J~ ~!r tltcIli Cet nli II lot eI n
the', Ilt'r,v'oer.t'neitit of tef i,(11. nd
thev hIIIie elffte'et a forge reward for
the valittire (if the murdorr


Strong Effort To Do Made to tay the
Nigah of Prohibition.
Ne's OrItWcns, March .'. 'IU Il'cat
0@ ie eiit thto 4iplmose hl~hi lls"ia no
III#, FrtltilltI'O1't leliCldia t 1110%nitutiul
iatt-flug here of the Sooittie Ilni-i
14,' 5MboE'leti n.
'lni t. j'orPI'en to c-t Iii p n t h hi ri
leg Ifl'le'eeIUl ci i 'ti riii''I

leri'tai iVIt i t.1% Ii I rl"'W ,c.l VI ihr
ilII% ei# 1 t!.e11moltth. re'e e % te. r'i,
the A, 'who r :it Ifirt- ro, g ~ A cl at s e ivti h.
aiceia 'cmoeeviinn here
If U A, i4i!.e j1:1 Ililt. the m ieth 71111111
tip ?4%.i-i i(lfle iP an4 that fl? laft'oll
ahictii e ttetrote eiim b io elott
c~Hr AlabamaA awl sei..aipiet
%pe ,& lac asI as the isstateswhore' 1I:
ha i v A.i siotiM be nieetsr), aIad
10.0Ii i- #ic~'eef 1Allele Stti wa 1i fiStoile t -h
*~qj a h!,. itief torelaee dof thet !'rrw

flrt *~ e. ferit I~ ll Into III* rotir et*
ta(' a v' e%4I on in orefe'rvgre stll
ins lir wln Ine-rxi ai
%Vore ril110t


Man Slain Who Killed eliiy the Kid.,
Nte~d O tlaw,
r 15,a. Tex,, March 3 -erstek
r 4,aiere't, known the ewbtiueIa
elo-,I as the wasin wh ll "olll Iiy 1to1
Ki tt aa wtld outlaw, &ad uo wof
the lot a#t the an 1w-1 praismtla aIlgs
m-n sit frontier lays. *w* a ni
kittd by J. Wayn Wae eaie. a yIsstit
fnuthnumN. ewe Iea Cs"..M N. Mae.
in a 410puto over A Mob Is"@
tarreIt had bees es a visll eto lm
of Mstmrachessmewr the Now motiou
lovs. mndw Inabu M ard with a
Inol a rterlt I. LasIrnes

towed. sad r arrito I. ald to ha

$"ad a"06"'114Is aw t 11111
woeesbed #webl06040",ee Rua.Jneed
t,1,10..boh 1h64 ta11148 4oert and
Garrtt el 0deed.

V" 8101 @WusNW so Dom.
St. Geerpe, 0a., 1rsh 5.-AWhile
alis to hset o"f a to. io i sasOw

C lider nrof Me t hemapp enhe
mrad t" o two sinsW of am dwI,
'ae liae, &0d i Iiw ght O mIe
iswL teo r"'I The 0,114 too" 0
fammoa to lw* hr,. eel bour. th
fire "MM -w' .vielodbed. 60 wan
so mdif urned t ebt 45W ONof hb

C'aefii 48a5! 3 3-A dkps* from
mei bii l-mr ,a t4 0h1"916", my#
iw Offiose with aa "me ON ee
Iwha to two"d *a "tgteVP hAse.

sigt thea he h 5to r. #-fa bwme
Sisr bho %"me i tn w weuehl" 1

-dfo4. W- -.W. -

%Pw feet, Wafgb .-4nk .dt ev
02&A JVIV1 1006 Adiam diAt
"1011007 WWI b SM ING to 00r
&etau kmpp woma, bt eA

mo a, bs dOw
$014ft m


Ataympt to Amsu s Ccap


Chief, His an and Driver Were et
Upon by Two Men With Revsevere
fa They were Leaving Their Hemn.
Chief Stabbed in Arm.
C'hbleas, Marcrh 3,--An unauoceelul
attempt. to awsasnmlrnat, (torge M.
lhipp), clloif of the (~teago police
lepartnmint. nwas muadte as the ofedal
wa Ieits lr( i1l relitelnae Mondla)
mornlig. 'T'h, vI*tl4. his oun and his
driver. Jalltcem enioty, were attakled
by two meot with I'rev:.ers. Younl
Shlppy an1 lhe drivurr worrn wounded.
The chlif rreturnedl t(o fre, wounding
one of hlsesosallants.
The chief, it i sPaid. was stabbed
in the rtiht arm 4urlas the atray.
None of the me were* -rkiualy aurt.
The attack in la lptpsVce to bave bee
mastd by anarcnhlia lM lk)wln the so
tivity of the i. hlaau police afIer tie
tralldy at l|)ever.
The msan sht lby Shippy was killlo

Slayer of father Lee Arraigned In
Court-Trial Mae'eh 9.
Di nvevi, ('Colo trte-ih 2 3 tulsepe
Ails, oklater of 1Pa'il ,r 1,m). loladetvi
hldl liulit, y fillcAbe i ie %t murder
shee arraisnel aturday. Jed
Gere4Y Whitoctere set h tritalIOw UMW
ehsiy. arv0 Pret a t 1 tslo u. wSA A&
neilpd litterprotwr in the eso k"
.'seaat oi the rbarge lust hoI Isa in#*
bter of The asarpls~ile applotglkniO.
Trho emNutt iin wew srowded Whe
the poisoner %as nbroughis A 11461sd
to a uipuaty, but no drmastraikmn
was made.
Whhe amlrnmh' the slay.? of ftLbh
or Imi w eas a thpil (r his omrrowt
hiam. lie pFl46d it )out, IpVeUttp*
Allis .
After Il tn10oi x tte l.tsterpreteuss
etMplnallov of the Infermpatlmn. whisk
was rond to htm, and aumeeunslmg his
lp" of sou guilty, ANa &pai Idtle at-
tnalln so the further Vprooodlim.
1Ildrefts of eurione pornose sin?
r~upueol th 1 ll ad 1 eW rowei about
Ibe slayer to father lP 0`1, DhiWAS
beig WhLe laso ad mean the apart
hosse, but bevialesee me uc40d
Nubert WIlesddctm be, the ~ii-
iso appointed by the sown to deft"
Afta, 11"aofI107 0140leddel 10 mak G
-l oof Imsaity, eOd hopsto be I-
11t1d by RSa 0 0. ,T11I. 111 aMa M S
Mo. w .e m to SOdyI b he to
tiormalbus esxeeff AbeA f'tst"nIte t
hatr smwelry.

FOR 1181110"or THEIR SOU".
1011 CIOY 0 nrrbOI
Groat uInei reeI rII s mft"
For K See &W &W.
ame. M=?1C-1111 he M"ll4bW
atioeelagosaw a VIMU110"m
we"rp was howd tr 00 q of
The "l" oofa s booe u
S10*11 aid he Om 90l" e Wil
PI d e, Who via M. -
tee lIue IIaof eboi MOWN 1

Vaese Vtmesj Yaml wh~Jeb.
punt~ ~ ~ '- of the Ubele d .wh i
C4104461 rom"14 vausift Orwra(
Sewl aumof sw 0 Ir t&*Nw moo
The pop~ 1mw fpshabotlum
"W 0-04 Ad a"W Oeudi
the pw ~l 0 em d the arto-
morw ofum Seiae m erslO rosots
othou bee, ledi assay Aa lifevhos
Were ee tth wut'

LI~ y# IbO p,:a Is Lake.orOr
9apt, To va h I 1" 66
Id 4 hoie st n i Lb e.

stwe o 6 on" bnd
sl*on dmws&4 f qj p PSwr ois. S

aSI1g beots wee. 11aP1 an a .--
btag i' r ij M t* te IM "
go Je tIr D4dA tae Sletb
OlIS.I asI I 0( "*..'4
.n y. tI 'isat55Ob

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Aoa.ty on m Ma ,A
s U..0 N one 0M0od MParch Wtable for a National Park that bhasa M
CANDIDATE P0 U.. ed C petitliot nsa t t" taleu into private Iands. The be.ft
tiO. Oal0 a ooe h 'w a to st bos moquisition of any such areas there sool t
foroldhoa* t..gonoliw
ao served HnI Peple Coaarvatvaily ael ag SiBd 140 l S, fore would have to be brought about uemua

32 W iN o viit Here i o' o a Redwo rn tr h prc e or tot h prva
VIIO.. a. He Iss I rf o a Ridtood Visttt emonato, l Ilt I* found necessary to w
dtw i 4 4t ea purpose the land for the park Con-
V ht. W"tto mu th Vago oMWaction will be required.

i o who wu e Intoresteo W We ll tl but
wIo ofe e~t bhl has eve s tetro to v blte timberlands aro made, but
to irtdobfs -of tae day wtl, W. I, .o|n t t dpartft to ask for tMa able splPe of such M worestly o w
ore with an opportNIty to of rsts. In he petS o1a pub A s spirit was recently iown
dIi a< nrW. i l WGt ey ae Aa t idbf hlMl y: -l ^by William Kent of Clcaoli, ltbols, for
0L1 WieU oer, ha bn oag ra L",aRB ewbd of lsm ra saools, and Satfield, California, who present
W. 8. La W r f Jearm County, now I LtWIS P neMSTt. aes A studyatI aot (ou redwood ed a tact of 26 areas of imagla-
as MdMte for l the Uitd UStat s fore. and aloan with the ret of eont equOlas In Redwood Canyon, dSt
iet. wll addIres the people In the Got Mixed Up IN a RoIw t t Pardle4 t, ol f our edoetry w feel U nar San Francisco. to the Govern- train
or hoow I tal oity. and .Reeet v ewo ollet Wounds. t presetative roe t s of these trees mont. In Monterey and Trinity Na- stes n
Conrossmaa Lam&ar, who Is one of As the result of a row 4loh he I* would be preserved for rselv tsonal Fd oresta, Caltifornia, there are a klth to
the sturdy sons of West Ilorida, td had with Jim Cas Le, awis Flowers, dbi geratlons ohJidre; and few small tracts of redwood. 7 ld
a man of whom any community may a Ero, was ot tee WMar Pa rdle um reotfuly petddon the Unied The children do not specify any par- m
feel proud, stands Milh In the estlaa in a row, with the rest that 4be W Oovenmeot to take some so.u, cular ,rove of trees which they "
tie of the loading men of the nantba now laying J a toom In this city wfth tio toward otablishtng a National would like created a National Park. plDandi
in Washinton, and has, by his oon. two painful wounde-one in bi right Iorest of redwoods." It will therefore be necessary for the Pesa
ervatism and bhroedness, coupled breast, the other to hie left arm. Government foresters who are as people of Humboldt county to locate COm l
with the affable manner which char Both men are seros, sad both qatnted with this section of Call- a suitable grove of redwood to be t
acterlse bim In letting 'round mat- aro employed by 0. B. Dmuhamt his forata say that the children live good made a National Park, make arrange- mUa.
tes, made for himself a record whlh sawmlll near aradse. It appear reaoos for the establishment of the meats for the purchase of the tract mi
will last him eternaL 1 must not that they beame engaged in a row National Park. It has only been a few and then requdbt Congress to take up
be construed In the term of "gettnla Saturday a lht in some trivial matter, years sie the redwood trees stood the matter. The Forest Service will
'round" po ttos that OolnreSnan La when it itos sted that Ca0ron amault thick, o the land around thq larger be able to do nothing more than to
mar'acts anything"but honorable, but ed Flower with am ugly-looking goun touas of Humboldt county, but now supply all possible Information and
blis able atre sand influence is pumping the eontnt of o two chambers a the readily ooeible timber has assistance. The Chlef Inspector at oLD
i a balance with his shrewd ability, of the pitol Into him. beer removed, and the people oe the Sa8 Francisco will be requested to -
whioh usually oount, lowers was brought immediatelF tUme awh the redwood groves ill look Into the matter and assist those'
Congressman Lamar, In addition ttothi oety, where a urge was have disappeared. Interested in the movement In every
aakng a aine representative, in a man summoned, and adminu steered to the Tle Is little, of ay, redwood left way. i
who works with a consolousness, ad sufferlnal ma. 'iae physician states, I IN--E IS is
bo will no doubt have a great deal that hM oooditlo ais not neoeeearlly ASH WIDNLSDAY SERVICl. MESTINO OF THE BOARDE.
to say which will prove of interest, sriou, but that e will be confined, ,- Novealie
and which will enlighten his hearers. to his bed for sooe time. ill be Observed at Holy Trinity School Board and Board of County
The public is cordially invited to at. Cano made his emocpe, and bu pleoepal Chureh l~day. Commslloners Convened. Solle
tend thio speak and the pnrenceo no bo captured. Today being Ash Wedneday, there Tuesday was a busy dy" In the
of the ladles i aoepooally desired. will be holy communion and Poeaten. court house, the School Board and and PI
OUR NATIONAL DANGER. trial ofleo, d sermon, at 10:30 o'clock the Board of County Commlssi6ners
THIS WAS Ah AGED MAN. this morning. both having convened In regular ses-

Old Colored Man from West nd Says
SHe l 107 Year eof Aoe.
"I ma a hundred d seven year
old, and never had an hour's trouble
In my life."
This was a remarkable expression,
but It was an W lsrealon made In good
* faith, sad with all tse saIeuty of a
Sma whose expression looked as If
he was sincere, from the "free-sbow"
stand of Dr. IJvleston, the root and
herb doctor, upon the occasion of te
last appearance of Dr. LUvlintos and
', bhis show Monts).
This old man, wno shows his age
r only by his bonded form, stated that
be was born on Marcb 1. 101o, and
that he can remember hearr' de
folks talk" aboua the revolutionary
war. He has a brother, who wa to
the city with him, eolhty year of
ae., and hua chUlrea older than his
brother, as he was married early.
This old man was one of the fte-
Stres of Dr. Uvlnatoa's show 0o
i M day, and be attracted a reat
deal of attention. He deearee that
: be a swear to his ae, m beeoa It
SWas headed doew to him by "de white
I;lks In doe M Ble.
Dr. LlUviagtoe oft or Osala Tuo
day, after two wes speat I thia
city advertlai his rneedles. He It
Sa gentlema of pleastag address, of
most eafble dispoaitema, ad made
himself quite popular hero. His
reomte als o proved popular, as peoa
pie wren emtc ftr mUlle around to
e~un rthem.

SAad noam ber the aext time you
Sear from pala--reaed by dam
wather-w-eb aw bead nearl
berets from neurala-try Ballard's
Baow Umiteat. It will uare yo. A
proeileat basoieon mma of Het
tsad, Toxam. write: "1 have aed
yor Itnlmt Previous to uCg I I
wuas a grnt suffremr fro rbeumatism

and new I arla
that new I am

I am pleased to smy
free from these eo

pltaIts. I m eare I owe this to your
Iallieat" bold br W. M. Johaos.
Quartey DOlvnd Deetared.
New Tork. )arch 3 --D(recos of
the Am erta SmelUnaci sad Re aata
company lAve declared a qatwely
I at I pwr cet on the aosp.
E|u sgtark. Ttlse oompare
i teuam"er dvl4M oft I 2e cent
on the enouan= sloek r theb lot p
vkos quarter. The dirWeu also
ltelare4 a quartery rteasT4 of 1 4
per cont ea the pret rrd e abl. W s
ito uheaned fro m IataM prweem
eaertey diviem.

9 ~ .4..

Time to Cry a Halt Wore Complete This afternoon, and also on Thure.
Wrek Reoults day aw Priday afternoons at 4
There are thousands, both men and o'lok,. there will be brief address.
women, who do not take time to eat On riday morning at 9 o'clock there
properly, 'Tney rush through life, and will be a brief Litany service.
as a reeilt we have an ago of tIdligoe
tion, nervousness, Irritability, Bleep Given Up to Die.
les nlghts, and'morose dsposition. gSpieel, 1204 N. Virginia St.,.
Our national danger is stomach weak- Evansville, Ind., writes: "For over five
ns, due to the strenuous life. years I was troubled with kidney and
With the discovery of Ml-ona tab bladder affections which caused me!
lts. Wheih strengthen the walls of muh pain and worry. I lost esh
the stomoh and stimulate secretion and was all r down, and a year ago
of the digestive Juice, there is no had to abandon work entirely. I bad
longer any excuse for ndllestton. three of the best physicians who did
blek badaches, palpitation, yellow me so good and wa practically
a and coated toogue areul fw of given up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure
the many dritreastin results of ndl- was recommended and the first bottle;
gestlon that Mi-o-a never falls to ave we Irest relief, and after taking
ourt. the second bottle I was entirely
J W. Collum & Co. sell M-nas cured." Why not let It help you? J.
into 59et boxes, and uarantee to re W. McColluem Co.
fund the money if it doe not give
complete aleftact "Col."*. ery I es He. I
"Col," Stot a wel.-known charac
BIeo aIll tleo CCaml 1 South. ter on thotroot a of oltoevllle, but
The Meo es It drawlg amr wh who has beeo aotet "tor hs health"
the ball toiM as pe getting ansu for the pat few mouths, has re
to limbr up, a' d M early au of the turned.
AM4ir lea a Itali Leagoe mIa. "Col." In ti htawtnoe Is an ab-
Wee anm robdlnta p the th or breviatkl for coloredd." btory ha
theIr tavat of th the Sth for presa ut returned from Chttahooee,
e. where be esyay h has bo u for examl-
The Brooklyn Natlsal Leage teoa ustiomn tohe otpitalm fr the aInane.
will tml ia Ms M evl d t wt t beWith at iat M aertht which a
Ctae otii Rko wlM do their okta made Im 1a -etral tare here, he
oet stats at St. Ageutimo. Ooorat almost sueCeoo4d It convtO l the
as wahs wiU have about s s or evese eMr1 rs that It was not he, ut they,
at big tetam within her borders, wo aeeoed the o umanatlo tar meat-
atoM t4 Uiahe out of their Mtohos. SI oulWetlM. h he eo wa rb s)
The nowth AtUatk Leage aad the le ad.
ooter L ao maM-seer will got
their ee s Ist toa se w oe to PILs CURIO IN TO 14 DAYL.
Umber up rt be o Ia eeslteo sr P PAM OI NT to b amnsor do
the epeela of the eoa s e M eoafe oaf teMia. haL tled.
All o btveso the th m io the MgOr PrmtanY r P s 1 te 14 da
Noth wt bhave the aee a coked w r reUM nt .
wattb o r sta4 tags from th eir --
favoert teamw 1104 w i be "daSoI maea t D ow. t
thins tho s mMay eouth. Cima1e MusM l 3.-TNe TrIAe
Soamya that J. Qdr e Amour. prsdes t
NOMOtI t*o O e, ae > nrester of the Ilm Nol (ettsal vp"a4
We ar pa leosd m$o& MoN th emrs. Monday wi*he% the dela l
erotey' Hoea y am T ftr for oote ats ekbet* moetler O* beTd. Heo
eoiat ad Ihm troMbee o Pot ageeted wll emc d tuyveanat Ptshb wb
bL the NUMa al Pe Poor and' .s DM tie F(ht ii( nt E. H.
lw aa H A otaaes o opiat e or ot it *:ri t asr ,uunce of Jnde
harmal drugs, ad w e rvnmmenid r I, ..e '.i aa .ir lartiaas to,
#a a afe remedy for hobTre uad rr * & .4. y tb V'alu Po
a*tts. J. W. McCUum & Co .*t e lJ srn* etni .os y.
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The School Board finished its ses-
slon during the day, but the cormmis
atoner were unable to close their
busaIess, which as a rule requires
a couple of aays.
The proceedings of the boards will
be published as soon as the minutes
can be recorded.

Alice Roosevelt's Wedding
Was something to be recordedl !n
the annals of history. Herblie has
been acknowledged the greatest of
liver regulators. A positive cure for
bilious headaches, constUpation, chills
and fever, and as liver complaints.
J. C. Smith. Little Rock. Ark.. writes:
'Herbine Is tle greatest liver medi-.
cine known. Hivf used It far years.
It does the work." Sold by W. M.
Remember The un oflce when you
want anythtng to the printing line.



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tore Frames ,...,

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New ad iemld-lru


Furniture Sold on raw
Payinits. 'Show -.
Made to Order. Rep-irig
a Specialty. Sell on CoB&

at Reoonable Rbatls.
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W. W. HAM13


I POWTIa0 RIIl If lAnA Im m M .-...-


K: V

Coer YoT Fire

With a policy in one
the Insurance Compsai
we represent. Why a
ry euch a risk when we
Cnir it for you at vg
Ireapoahle rates WI
Ilalle the rmte on l
pIoperty at ytur slight
suggestion .

g M. USMUL l

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oDuty Revenue Collector C. W.,
.l.We has returned from Waldo;
rather points, where he has been
itlal business.
SN. Marsh of Richmond, N. C..
winter vitot to Oalnesville,
arrived In, the city for a few
sad his frtieds are glad 0'

Cullen, formerly of ths city
o eugaged in far-p at
was trading here yesterday.
ha many friends who wil be
lean that he Is prosperiag in

SJ. N. Lang ord o tarke was
dty or a short time Mon-
dined with her brother. J;
t. She was eo route
Irlne, where se has bees
ato her sister, Mrs. Hodges.
W. Mayhurs, who ha bee an
vlnt to his family in thi city,
S to return to Jackasnvllle,
he is engaged na ogntractang,
Mr. Malphurs expects to move
lly to the State metropolis in
and Mrs. A. A. MoDanlel, for
t year realdents of this city.
'moved to rteddlek, where they
ktb eir future home, Friends
very much to see them leave,
h -them much future prosperity

O the visitors to this city from
yesterday was T. M. Veu-
aoe of the most widely-known
successful farmers In that
Mr. Venable I also a mem-
the County Democratic Execu-
mittee from his district.
WVse old that may develop Into
over night can be cured
by taking Poley's Honey and
H. It will cure the most obstinate
ing cough and streouthen your
np The genuine is in a yellow
J. W. McCollum & Co.
mas I. Orlflin and J. J. Jones. two
iaown citlsena of the Jonesville
set, were in the city yesterday.
QOrl5a is still walking on crutches
i' remlt. of an arrldent in a
*IaI cmnalderably mr'ie than a
o ago. with little chaiice., fr hi
Imllate recovery.
tentlon ,is called to the list of
HI jtricken from the city regis-
a books, which appears In thin
Any person whose name has
Seroneously stricken may have
Srestored upon application to
Itatiton Oftleer J. Mpxey Dell ten
i prior to the election
Iwar Dyal and son. Trueman, of
Psa. are In the city. The former
GLaned at the Odd Fellows' Sanit
, having had an operation i)er-
for tumor on the glands. The
I was not of a dangeonlus na.
l however. and the patient will
Iliat a day or two.

bwurnesf. oau.

of the leading


t~ deigning of fne
and Japantle Mst.
1 bsi.e embodied their
*wvPptions in our 1.1-

$ 1Fine Weave* in

4rr,- ml',.

we we "Was at
per Myou a" hem
0 sating at 010to
rniR W*baye thim

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You ottpp p irh

Mo 6awas omtpbia
hd m~phdsa

dIhom In .of
ft wo too -----

a W. L'CU
aswarm ekg& eog AS&

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@wau wi N 4M Ib
1mshs*'t o bsh

business med I Hlgh Iprian, was a
viitor to 'O etville yesterday. Mr.
Summers report t&e arrival at the
homi of his brother, W. C. Summers,
of a fta baby boy, which came Sunday
to bless the household. Friends of
the happy father and mother will
extend oongratl4atons.
Sheriff L W. Pennell has returned
from Rex, where he went to turn over
to Carter & Layton, agents for Maults-
by Company, the sawmill and prop-
erty of L. M. MoKloney. recently
levied upon. The property was placed
nl the hands of Leon Morris of this
city, representative for Carter & lay.
ton, who now has the same In charge.
W. P. Morrison, F. J. Hammond.
Those. Holden and CI. L. Johnson form-
ed a quartette of hawthorn citlsensi
who spent yesterday Ih the county
metropolis. i. Hammond recently
purcblsed the home of Mrs. Annle
Brown in this city, and It has been
rumored that he would wove his fam-
ily lere. They will be gladly wel-
\Misses Elizabetl and Richmondi
Walton, two charming young ladles of
Madison, Ga., after a delightful visit
to Miss Hortense Hlixh.strasser in thil
city. have returned to their honi-
Duriug their stay here they wndll'
mniny friends who regretted their dc.
parturte. but hope they will futar thel
city with another visit at iw very dl.i-
tant day.
Captain M. It. Gllner of HighI
springs, one of the well-kiown and
popular conductors to the Atlanticl
'Coxit Ine. wus ret.wlIng friendship
with old acqiiului:'tnlee hi'ere yvlte'r
day. Captain (illiitr is now runningii
the hurtr" ibtw''ii High Springs anirl
Itrnett's IAke, cruonicting with th.
Jacksouvlli.-St. I'eterrburg tralin.
He is as popular &F ever.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. llentderon han\t
returned from Anio and HonIoku
where they have been for the pamt
week, Mr. Henderson engaged in bud.
dig pecan tree for the Orilig Orech
ard Company. Mr. Henderson left
Toeday afternoon for Oranse Helghts.
where he wll be engaged butddJlg pe-
can trees with D)r. J. I. (urti for
the remaladr of the week.
Wanted. Orders for Lumber-Any-
one Uvi I OstaeesTUo or victlnty
who lateads dotg say bldtala t t
oa Ltatare abeld order their
at once. W the Bot thirty days
the Boek Lumber Omanmy will gve
peW term beklre -m=Ie their
m11 further fom town. Whem arAW
s aMdress P. 0. B lit, ora it
ocBas r Mes- over Oin t e r si
'phome. Book Lmaber Compay.
Dr. Gordon it. TisM mad family. who
have bees riding la ne of it
Mlls eottaes on West Lberty street.
have moved Iato the Oeo. W. Hrde
hbOe. hbre they will he with Mr.
Thei's parent. Mr. ad Mrs. Hyd1.
The atiae vacated by Dr. sad Mrs.
Tive wll be oeepled by J. .I WL a
wstlb and family. who have baIe o
M itg a(t Kasut t alo treet. Mr
sad Mre F. M Prt ttM. mow brbHte
Sat I a I'nbu so treet. wll -.
to he Ls. vacated by Mr Wald
wright gad hfaally
Mr. ayd Mrs W 1 CWn, a-d
.eta.r after a r.sd Imee (hnl Mhi
er as tsan a yar. hate mueo d b
ltab Batter. where tber war -e
Ieir Ratee u as Mr Ca ea was
seabeg ha the eage'tty of teed afr
a Mar W. w tnrdm a CoA aB k
faerwa. daewunMb. The hi g- y
t ths *a ebatt ha s buarwad

diSS W rso~d Is
wYhi they -ra~ -rl
* ~ Tebm


Second Day of Chtautm Well At-
tended and Big Suocess.

Thc reco::d Oay of tbhe :'l,.r
1\.,tter Chuutanqua was t':rl \\0ll
ai'.'nded. and those present ,.n.wnetl
the exeriJses. which weMr bo,.!, ner-
talulng and Instructive.
'Ihe exer:lbef were opmed ii, ',,
morning by Dr. Gross Alexatumidr l
delivered a bible lecture. At 1;>'
oclock Dr. Carolyn 0eleIl ind l lwr
assistant gave a demountrltion of the
School o Health and Doaesitc Sc!-
ence, employing various a Mlects along
healthful Ies of eating and living.
In the afternoon their wans a grand
promenade concert by the White lHoae
Orohestral 7ao al)o opened the enter.
talnment In the evening. At the even-
lg entertainment Dr. Richard Wilk-
tasoa delivered a most Itewrestiin lee.
tur6 on the life and sbaracter of
Gen. Robert ,. Let
Lollowing is the I grltea for to.
Biblical hour at 9:30 a. m
school of Health and Doni tirc s(cl.
ence at 10:30 a. n.
Roms Orchestra at 3 p. m.
Reading by Charles Reade .iml MNss
Cora Mel Patten at 3:30 p. In
In the eveniig there will I" 1in c'n
cert by the iRos Orchestra. nirlintg
by Miss Margaret Iill Ada1ii' ,tidl
lecture. "Damon alnti Pytl' t- 11
Ir. Richard Wllklitoti.


Score of Soueh Atlantic and Southern
Leagues Will be ReceIved D.tily.
Arrangements have, been ci'llph ted
whereby the lovers of base I1.1l I ill
be furnished with the result :, n ll
games In both the South .\tlatitle
and the Southern l ealgue. \r.y
evening shortly after the gln1.,- are,
over. Heretofore nto coren w~.e I,
talned here until the following after
noon-nearly twent)-four hourh latI
This will unudoiultedly be Iela~iaint
news to the faiis hrlie. as miiim, hlie
Ilanifestd gret l rtitterest in tl, iinle
Inelil already.
The score's, t4, utllllKug of lil a:ind
daily ih('lielitilt will tb I neatly .%l, 1i1 <1
aind distribllutd to the fans l i, .o lt
SHleI as boon it I receives f lhoip s
p.,-'i al ot't ico, .iai % 111 In iio,-t'd Ill
the different ht(l're', hotel |k i iii ,( i;:.
a;nd reritaurniitml. ete
'The South Attitlantle e tIii|'lopis
April tith, anld Jarkito, illl. ii elwt. a
v irnah ait hoilr for t Il I' i nithg .It
fract Ion


Preached Two interesting Sermons In i
Orewton, Ah., Sunday.
ie'v I. Ii ogtier i. I,,, :r of thir
'Ptrt liabbtlt church of fl. cit). h.is
returned from lrewton, Via where,
m lBunday. he deUivered I to tereot-
Inl sermotis, morlnnx anid Ilght, to
larp eaooqr-ct-oo. km
Dr. Sewers is well plea.ld Ittbh the
Alahama town. where he s'nc the peo
pie were very hospitable nAd friend
to him. Notwitnstandlhr that the
town ha & population ofr somethI l
like only 2.M0. it eni)oy the dlstUe-
tiom of betn the third weelthIha town
Of proportiomae populatlo s the
Unied Stotes. thna ettl.d by a very
Wa hy elsa of lumber ,saatfetar.

DrerW I to about sixt) mil di.
taut from PessmIolamand is most de
strably oeatd.


deed Crmewd AMtended gWr Shee
Aodireltem Tedeay NIO.
A fairsead audlencr, present
St the madtraie of thb o iLwrvh

ad arlid ad th Ibii hautaS whle
was devverd b a r i., .r ad .
uNctitoe master
Prtf. Cpmaso s** .4 0 the m t
wrMeb-peswim am In la i Uatry as
ird HM. sad h remark. *4* Mth y'
ashateSd by Mthese mw ab S1r1O
W M or 1111 111Bee m
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Gainesville's Nw and Up-to-Date Hotd

EvoryT iiiig tirst-clas.. l laths free. 'IlI trave\ling man's
retrtyt. I{ates $2.(50 and utp..



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Stove Wood

-r S1.00 PER LOAD U


BrownJenings Hardwood Co.

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Saheiwle. RE.


F. VOYLE,M'ir.

Atatrettro m IIo Tit.* a awlfall In~urrv.,r\ tarhi'.lm~ rosi~rtllmihiiem ltitI 11 t E.ie lIV. 0 .Ou
maflbrtI h.4it iv.iid lita 4 LIl1 .II '~.u;A- r21 v and In tth.Ibou(blI c-.Anwrtaim v 10i land I UUrs

EJ. 1E. 'TrO"ZThE
-*----* lwot .ratntng I, iu twta o4 11prallsi Awn vion *utt nkUII i tootplrnis5---
Reel Estate and City Loans. GAINESVILLE, FLA.

Ijia I Isiwn l. STO. It I'rem itrect. J A'. h CN VI.?., PLO 0A

i. iii i-ritAviiiiira

\\r* wd9,r, 5ev.,i~ $h Is,~
'71- fll Poo or-, 14ow vt fill.

".e Girl of the Sunny South"

Thursday, Friday, Saturday Nights

Ii.;1111e4-fihiiieN(- w11)4 %'urv Inwitmpthiig.

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As tth tim draw near for the
seloetloa of a awor and other city
a611ls or thb amig year, those
mre,dooply lataested in the city sad
i fuI t waNt have b," "scratch.
g its' el tIt w o 0 ,aMwk. ad
oairitVm Uio wo4M seonMoq Mayor
ho TIU Is to' IlWlSat postioon,
I,.t i eI>iy h pter. tm oU
ee 'pt i Slhp v e"i me ao

St l toMertin e ten theo
e 0 te Wite it le the
K^"W '- "W- 4* 10 that

; Mayor Thee has' Iot n ooE Mt
Ri mt o b*#geteASmoaWSt wlla
So parth tp thf e whoa ave labor.
d I* Ir ibearn that he woutl
d 0 vto riun a -Io
W W yet haso made a
mi r torwi he ity, orea thg
tt th o ta was short Ito wblh
S udu i should be ma4di a4d MmW
oJ d that fully eighty per cet of
^ sona-rrvave clIU nd busloss
Ss of he oy re hearti ly in favor
at etloMlftg Mftyor Thomas In oll

-40 t they- an tn to lnsi t pmon
hila u sldany for another yrw, not
'^ I*eOfNJ the ke fact that Mayor
|'ea. wVould be willag to give way
to ome otor progressive citlen swho
VOW ea eSeat to marilos hit personal
Interests to a certal extent. and do.
vote hi timo e o anything which
W oul t to benesm the town.
Mayor Thomas has not been consult.
St in this matter. but he bhari le the
** with such faithfulness ahd dtialty
the past few years. that his withdraw?
at at this time from motive maunilopal
easseRttlm would be considered a
Itlty to this community, That
the poWtoa Mayor Thomas' oocupM
4 onaeetioa with the city, san the
'' t wil be loth to permit his with.
: awai at this titme.

This obheerfil ser of 0. W. Morse
to "*xplsta efYvyth" will doubtless
briag him a ste of se-. A
sta tek W ta ear l of tohe gata
1 Ihn --M of 60 sea"
ase who mlght ase involved it the

The Aimert httluahlp eiar
l I U.. ..n 1 ... I,. .. I
sto at Ut a ing back eIe o tteaise
W he Its pIBs of metuealamutes .e

toft o Spptoft 4s to be

NaSmd ~)l~Puer har a
---- of ad
-_r& *ftB i b PON HfB aI

nts ** Pohbea*i n sm bu i t it
eghet to be* tad sto CIn where
they are ard to the m o0utma.
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- or w.

T eebethat Mr. OM van eye e "As?
i:eadmie the psuent~m tWe.6 Cue~ lime ;'Nlhrsre.
soi iCaitlombal thbewr d ke M& efto a, C tit &W
rlaeey. sot Dot be so"by Sa Cma UtaC MArcu
JO d4 ot ve'6F. 3. CJ.CIEIET& M. ToDls 0.
pained WCc the uumdwg oc o bW
~i W bmbufkpin edhmrpmb at J. 'hoesy tar the lastIS yos "d
believe h perfeoy heabe iM aN
-basis. trmctku sad Assommbl
MOM- ablo to mry out any obbastious mod
oIb IS iow tbo lie. Frank by bm u.& m
~ xm* uWemhnlam woof t u

* Mrs. Olrri'.4I. beg gr~va dese- c(tarrhte (*IV b tam bI2
ally41, *aAMS gdir*ettvSPOS thebb"nd *
e~ie5W ~ Ustof collateal u stfso teq
dw satal sowat ha aP Mm -tI p
l bo ogr I t" "O ft 0B go o *.
o wT O u f # ft o S A


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country sad asm se5 More thon
dtitwa te to erowbdn tt debse w0r
taouncsi hom w~isomd has made o
Aept ay of th*e I lebrisab pwr
where it has wa th! aor It lavsvs
te honor of the 4fted T Tho r
probtly isr a whod aoeIoo, but I
empblm the'takna betw ef tibi
oun btrn d Jafd ag to mor e thy

been sbb.d timi the visit eh
waa irontded ea he to deeto weth

fr.mdsb. b t *O ated states with

rams of dlplo'stic ekdamgee TTe
siorsc aume ei of tve r a wart
At h oI tft StatmM proad

thew That fesoethbim to the gin
wtab a hm im be et m

bea akown tiB t was to be a globe.
teireliag voyage the natis of the
aworl he beenid a" w to md tahe
be mofUp ot f- t&*od itatw wttK
te 0oM r ud i" t untod

share of the plentalnoe TheM.
malonrehalt f -lAurad com waya
mated ithe Wnit Dspartmoawd u
loa that tey waaied to gie thUe
alo, tor Jak sa l mot prommr-
tbuy a peadoeLuelaw ftnoee tt o
a w kown that wld to bke a ll po4

Ios welom voe the-k nae bts loa
world ave bMe was sn to do tOis

his wof st where the bitaln Th ma
monaa th ofeas b rand pominedl
aut mat Jp The Btat Dotud mnt ba-

sent4to Japees waes withaot maor
risk ao mplesasat esmpleations be-
Sthat thl Governmet eae to tri.t

ra wlOMy aid t woeu ld a o, but

th, Aa vo troubloini ws a* the
Om weoomm look ltk ba~t m mmlt.I

Uont sToab wau s tl atooalso

thr doubt s willt b e sh p thm et
makt ws ad t ews wil bie lloh c .
=BtortaiMme-tf tould not be sooee I

tou bbt o ma hpe. dot m Ort i


(Tallahasse The Democrat.)
tWel does tlh writer remember t
rtin day of reoamstructio, l eit bea
,tween tU aadlor a-& the hallva

appre nte aOd oen-boyt e to rlte
oaIt Edwar Dyk editor out The Tal
oatou MO the WO "Yaw 08 US
rnow lam e tem of axpwM. Of

la rmsa F old an, one od the peut
thd t ad mtot r valuable tates-W
amte South -eer badt Tnd yodn
tough ate werthe iM toa$ day Wel to
ldo we remea er tlhe ork of Blto hani
De Ctrao b rd, ta cClellan errtty.m
there doftheo wyll bet omda
lmakm and Notw armwl wml b allowed

to blow ao tte arrest ti overtrow
lpeauti rp goveramt l o

(Tallahasso Thue Democrat.)

Well doe thinwr ite remember the
test plda of roor tatswe, bet an
apprntlee and oloeboy fbeslhe late

Cas te tor Dsbe, editor of The Tacl-
aMlle nortldla. one of thpurt
"td bet and moat value Priablte at-
meom the South ever had. and youns

thouh e were In tho days well to
do we remember the work of 'oxhar.
Dyke, Crawford, McClellan, Perry.

P wae, m l. Jse and h ndredo of
othe of the very boet fortdis. wh,
took an aotie Interestt In ovorthrm

In "cpeamb ioveramo t' in o*
Sta "Oerefte, a t to wSae olW the

an the a Uwt. from Tb j mcU-

asrw T milad a is 's tdissfammI
otb seuropoa mi t tat: e

the AM h 0e of? then hian.
mIa t e tr t ta aome A adm
toy gW memot lree wa the
dut o the mmeI.. psr. lo bsa
am wea mus. qe were om cb .


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mc- mk to la -a
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lr^ rtoul l

he shtp os s d t i at

Is epbingl f or position ue the
dayn.Bde uh' al. s* aba

a ththpt ot cltMlc -prn eleutmur

l Pit"l, o U

Iw* s for a
All" -to see' J r ) i a *

. Wcant a "

Of to the eto t e I
in *, lyn for 0 peoltis ue |the
;4Of every of wwooI---l Im-.
Be and At" latle, sad abo&w
04 thb don't ainpreet
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BEACHEY and His AIR-SHIP-Daily Flghts.

HORSE SHOW, Felb. 17 to 22-See The Standard
Stock Fanu exhibit and 100 other horisc on exhibition.
LIVE 10CK SHOW op. no F-h. 22-- *e Spring PArk ram i orLbiit Da
100 other t.trfis Pet 8totk, Cat, 1;rd, Poult y, Piguo and Dog dbow, Feb.
19 to 18. Sei.d in enirie.
M.\NY FLORIDA TRAIL SHOWi-Blsocek'. Arim'la., 6 lrote Vil
la E.qiso Vallege tid 90 oth4r rarest hoos. Free I*'reorkso Ton I'r
Aess* ev. tl8reeli Rasiwsy Exeurion R.t s. ew agents.

Air Line Railway,


Three Elegant Trains Daily:


Modern Pullman Equippegdt

traine 9. Apa ad Jackmon lile to N ew ork- rvi d
Weakut, IVl Ca-r as i ierte, sr-re Do sdi5e
Stis eas. i teone m and bsraUo Car. l.aW
It:- 6 a a d Jacksoerine 1?2 5 m dp y
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Sby the neral PUBLIC as the
ShCroup and Whooplna
It e I~OtInoti]ngslJurIous. The action of
foundd Syrup is mild and benign, it s adapt edtolnDo gsl
"-dults ofevery variety of temperament and -1lA
SThis Remarkable T
S. W. EVANS, CIar it
was bifor three month e and tors told obaM
r* Ws jrpr 1eaabottleofSBaloats Ho",ubad^
a a woell man, but wn always
hosboeand think bu no equal for
atr to hte d Se to Cr e"Evr te
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erhwei by any tha aeOovernr
Wilte Bloxhaa of orlda t Ito
eatmpulgs. He oul"d mak ft deeper
With .e minds o bhe tha
muy ias we tovr bead W0he pr-
tra r e Uhir oevils n"a pnl*. sad so
om w~ m or rmspm nh for the

or tbpe oft th t atete re.tn rc

sad ea eemr. Pr t et te a
toem or buasine etyrim reas On
t t red i tm4 to atr ra onl

nation, to system, to advert is"g ad
to advffser!
h te enie sad eoneer take
" day "o*;" When morethis "als"
0e or the other othe u, th tilan
does "not run on seeduloeva -or, per-
haps, at all.
In the vymautr. engine and inlaer
muos be "oe the Job" to make a' e-x
press train f teat, lstead of a ALctio
And the advertising and the advet
Umer bear the same retatio to a
store that the eniaen and th engi-
ner bear to the train!

As an international storm center.
the Balkam will tl ll re slre a good
ded of be thati
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SD ity shipp Ining The Friendly Fungi --
1.,- quart- o e t --- ---B
m y IL W. sragr Florida Agricultural Experiment Station.
SThe CoPClie are tow 0" 0"A M Am MR Mgg-g I
K wb ~ "are ndwueti a I*~ PINNING t FNGUS-BEARINGC LKAMVE.
s ACra The eftf-plal nmethodl of introducing the funigua liranites of the cit.
eOrdeo is week rtAre. Taaeu I W r. wMtefy has tgven FaI T llnt results during tih warm month. of the
0rdoo toSIn P|as.wk A oFattire. The Ae FrtF Pa a lr syar with the Red a,,u Ye.,ow rungi.-and o. n,. goodtart" of the slrown ,-
0rlno arAssoati. ion haWn aW f tRin Two if4gus have alben obtained. Durtug the cooler months. however.
wrythin in c ,bartoe. It Wo In To W k ho October rds.. the writer has not found this method so succs. *
Sl as the spOoe praying method (which was described In ltulletin 88 and StppingStas to
"6 teo MMusi Tcpaohp' Coopv e. B Prees BlletliSot ). This is chiefly (it is believed) due to the absence lu,
aim. et. Agltle bat week .t 'ogo t ee t s of the adult whitefly and perhaps other looecWwhich' r-are t entrances t
.I etuIg.M atd h tie disemination of the fungus spores. Aboafu% don funh- .
*** *1 "--IB~otabtalg 1to-yVISay be pinned to the under surface of the leaves of a
Tb pluapple crop la ad naroui nd wl tey4aoeet te taking care to pis them where the Immature insects. '
to g ftneo this yaer, aUd the adults, or bd1. are nowt abundant. The writer has always pinned the 1n f 1l
oli w0uOl u at to a heavy arop. fmgs-bemrtag le tes th the fungus side down. this being their natural
pos tl. I The lesf-ptnilng method Is also applicable to the White-fringe
The Methodistsa t the East coast ad the Cinnam o f ungi. which were recently described as parasitic upon And tilt lucky nIn and wo- -
trIct have raised a fund for the A I l ll t ii w the whitefly. mehl who entitTr it8 portals aT
n of a district parsonage la mIn 011ahn sAnd.aRP as *1 THEE-PI.ANTING METHOD. they wio s00 te $llotet O Ut 0
L wit S&YGSmall whiteooltested trees, having an abundance of a whitelly-destroy tOI ltIejwh At Stest.o utf
Modaes WwA. L Imlpndl.ce. lo't for.-
According to The ...... .. .tit lu unlus on their Ikavvs, have been temporarily planted by some citrus D on' fo
bcrdg tonly need Coetriights a .a -orar co a growers so that their o it.ag was In contact with that of the tree Into get tlhtt, aunong other cred s*
which it was desired to introduce the fungue. This method of introduc-
make theltownnd11100-4t le 114 IsllM = t under the' fallingdtree,dhavingh hils prcsentlt to nill enplO
m ae.the .. ... 7 his log broten about midway between ai lng the fungi althoughh xWl) is not so practical as either the spore.sprayins
-lar. --- .n r. the lee adroeank bout and-why betwearn or the lnaf-pltafg mlithos. and is much more oxpenilve. It I. applica er, the surt Winning On e It
le have Armour Company at oon. of t severely sprained. D let a ble to all the fn which are known to be parasitic on the whitefly. the Bank Book. So don't d*
let c havtya de the Y Motibu A of Wright was called and rendered the Rr'Ntlt LIVE ONLY ON THLI WITL.Y. ay--brig aloig your (lollai WH
t city a cash contric id.buton of The. tr These five parlt fungi, o far as is known, probably live, In a natural along your ollrs
adred dollars.. ruk t or cros the bs and state. only on the Ianwture young of the whitefly which feed on the under i 1i(l O)n lln Iuvouit.
kll edit Instantly. Only a few year surface of leaves), so that there would be nothing for them to hive on in an
StrporiS from id a l e t ago yquag Bryan's father was killed uninfested tre; it Ito therfore quite obvious that It would h.. futile to Intro-
-that the ofwet"h ditd!by a fasdng tree.-Florida Advocate. duoes fungusle a I tre.e ot Infe.ted with whitely. It l. btlat to wait. before htto
great deal of datan to the truck- n ltroducing fu until the whitefly (larvae, p.tpae. or adutil can he 1 11 Ba
of that county. KNIGHTS AT 1GM SPRiNGS found, at least by the dosen, under many of the leav s of a newly*Infested Uaine8Vile, Fla.
a. ----- K Mtree. It is also clear that it would frequently lead to a wnaqt of fungus _,_... .__ ,
CriePwe colore..d,. w" liand of labor 'Were one to treat every single tree in a grove which was just
Chrlie Powers, coor, wa public- High Srings Lodge Held a Dtret becoming Infested with whitefly. regardless of the amount of whitey on
emxeningL tJ0he. der of u nt Convention Monday Night e ach tree.
0, also colored. 1Ih Springs Lodge. Knights of WHEN TO INTloDUCl ruNU. .
Pytales, held a district meeting Mon. ,A eeditunusa" becomes abundant about midsummer and lasts until mid-
A troll][f-ar line from Ocals to day night, over wkich Distriot winter and later, although some can gsenqaly be obtained at all times. The
river l prian Allt oLe Weir is be- Daty rand Chancellor Geo. P. Mor- best weather conditions for introducing fungus are met with from about
Sdiloled in OcalJ at'the present, ro, of fthe 'fth District, preelded. June to the end of August. BSine this rainy period I also the time when
ad it is dlkely that the oad willn be Quite a, number of Pythians from seed-*fngus is abmdant it is the best time In which to Introduce fungus. It is
built tn the near future. (aIneeville attended this meeting. advisable, however, to Introduce fungus at any other times when "qeed.funus"
The delegation was headed by Grand am be obtained, using only the spore4praying method during the cooler
The project of the Dunnelon Ph- Casnellor Louis P. Lynch. who was months, but employing any one of the three methods during the warmer
a C company to reforest ee accompanied by tannoellor CommaM months or when the adult whiteflies are swarming about the tree..
ts hat yer l ad u sa 1ti n "ad er W. D. Dickinoun, of Mount Vernon I PLAN oF CAMPAION.
Citrus comatles is a wlhe om and Lodge No. 20, and a working team the writer' plan q cam n. based upon experiment nla the f ld. s
bould prove successful. If It does. rom Mount Vernon Lde oomprisas as follows:-I a grov. is thoroughlynf tested with whitefly. and suflelent t .* .b
other owners of large tracts of tro- John A. lobertson, L. J. Burkhti J. t*do.gun is available, Introdece fungue into all the trees; but if the sup The PIoE
less land will doubles follow salt H. Morton, R. T. Schater, J. Mana.e, ply of ned-fuagus IS limited. 4, tribute It here and there throughout the grove,.
and the Dunnellon company will W. P. Coffey. W. H. Guns. J. A. so that there will e a Ireat many oeoaters of infection from which the Than I flre-oengino wheti
dodbtless prove itself a benefactor of Phiter and D. M. Tomkle, which team fungus csn spread. It may be considered advisable to treat only a few
lorid. confer the third rank, or rank of trees in each row wJth fungus, and It may only be Iosible to treat smne, hoUo? Iut o1il lIftI, hOC\i IlMi
Kalght, upon ca ites for member branches of each of these trees; but any shenme of distribution that will give .tastly st c'lrrN tl(i entire iTel
Bone of the city aldermen and shibp of HIg Springs Lodge. the fungt a good cha to spread to all Sarts of a rove will sultie. L nter
those Intrested aIn good roads have It is needless to add that the Son, when ae seed-fManus is available, the trees or pasts of tres not pro. Of yotir holle-tlha Ist, wbth .
their eyes on a new experiment be- Knights enjoyed their visit greatly. vousl treated may be attended tq. A swoond, and even a third or fourth
lag tried on North Magnolls avenue. as High Springs folks enjoy a reputa- treatment lay be gleml to the tre'V in order to get the quickest possible yor ilIllt It |t'iinet* upon a (
Tfereisatnsilderablestretch of road tioo for hospitality, especially the dissminatlon of fungs,. So long an only a few fungus pustules are vielble strong policy for
out there which has been treated to a Kaight. on those leaves of a tree which bear the most fungus. It will be advisable
aort of crude tar after the surface of to Introduce more fuangu. espepally should an abundance of wsed.-uous be
the road had been rolled down hard. Pof. H. A. Howell of Havana, Cub rea il available The greater the amount of fungus growth which is sumcema. Fi
This tar was spread about ten days Recemtends Chamberlain's fully started In a grove by artificial means, the more rapid will be the do- n the lIwt ao ,ompaniem. Wintle win
Sag and since that time the rains Cough Cumre strucUton of the white. Whitelies havy the abit of oungregating on are splendid, ables t" 1 i blem. lHow
have softened up the clay ooneett "As long ago as I can remember my water-plOtsa and other tender growth of citru, consquently we shoumlt aIout your roul ? If t,4 il Is ety, IM
ths section of road with that treated mother was a faithful user and friend give artuIe lar attentle to Introdntclig the funga latoMeeb parts of the trees. olSee will at orne inwMm it on rweipl od
with tar. As rated. the ordinary lof obamberlan's Cogh Remedy, but The work sheuld be 4do methodleally andeo to a haphazard way a line nfrm you. THINK.
to soft and tracked by travel whitat see In my life have I realized yIt The ia- of ca -paiga pr a groae just becomta Infeested with whitely.t -
Se tar road Is as solid as stem. value until n ow. wu PrM I e atyatemted in p uld be to intredIee tbsgub tit all thoe tr aees e
*4aghty esatmaed It is tac ulated w f Mewri et Newe. s in mIMsi tly ntfested t a 13, whitey by the 4^c w the leaves and I JL~1i11VlO j
that the ouet of treating one mie ef bho .I I, C-a.. "ds -the m later late other I i e a they beeome ea aily a-.fested bnt.- B-. .MA NA
t Welve-toot road with this crude tar, o y sr i e4 or baby was tabs. dentany, the trees m be trlIseed a little more heavily.
whei th prodIs of the gas wnks, uk etha a very mif sold; the seat V-- TO oANo U W"Sou sM W g
l ont act same a O eSired d was worse I aole toboilwlea rans ca probMy bly talned at the feoaowlgs places:-Manatee. Ohe tah,|,ie r ens -I t
lurs wh1 o ( t Ibee than .int. t h e s>lf wa * -._ _S A repE '" of _c tds as __ -tile -_ s .a
a..e .-- -"or-Ius--..t ar. my to h5 b 13g the 5,.. M- ,,,
momt. en than brseathas AINAONIrsT AT Wo0K. sATH OCt.AIS ITonN. TIMf
A palatal seeMet happM ed toh e was di MNeualt. 14. n!1 thn he L. - ..N
* O -. *uesb.ood r--ea7 -- u .. uerses. At *M I. ..o M| e.... Ts Uderre o.. the Ct *i -
|e. l. lr r.a. a oro are.ye*oM of 31 .o.h5rVS i5..l1 I. K .et *S*mg lele*sph. Pe .... Dy, Beyls ow MKAD tm 11
wseslll isro mothweew 0g ,.olh aMlb* we**. M5 4.e l 1, (., i.s m no Uprte.., ce. ., adh .5I i -
M--< A r-Ar. AS hpse ead tf alT. M e s a p tot hs es liet Taliafervo of 's earer I ity
STh was < as WI d 88* at a te8er. he ha tur r aeed* /o to sedtherl tsls e te ** ernes TetelsfaI. d id
U meUscwalwl g behd tewa5 ha q4 d Ibealmeasr I Si weM e a.Uloe* at hs o tritme i n *eth a dwy ae h io >U*. T. . UAC I, ll w
| oos es that ruh a ty 5s11 tan Cambenatoa gh be'y. -e af(3 Q fs *Saa s't I *to e his t fr la vitie. t f. 5y.. -
e o o. The boy d.nr sar a tre bt saly, aved the MIS o Iads Ua s b v #Wtu magN _e ea1 s ago. Pl r es we Sj
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wam & MOb LW ar S Don. C......... 4 b E\c Carlos Sbhe.. 4n
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o tl i tat P.d 1otl Pm.m.i I .4
i Torkt. Xmek $--Dr. P. P. |brie, 1Switerlan, MaItc 8.--
IteO, -head el oe department ofavalTache descended Sefady near t
l hstry ft eiaM S at the unuver- bf of Goppn.teia. TU 1a
Sof TWsmesW, ftrewssd a large MOW stwrie prsWrM wUeh I
OteOpOM d prcipallyOf0uth wo. I- led it dem Wlaed tel at t
nay aftrsno ton Columba Io of the Loetwoethal tual
velty o thq prgres of the od. wrks, kll'ln thirteen peDn s ad
eampaigs now being conduo-' Irm*t fteen other.
In the south. The occupantaof the hotel, anal
ery southern state has doub g t thirty, were srpruted 'ile o
i sea cm mor tla t double eoud at the table by @ltawrO Or
Iil apropriatea over what it nAhot Ihmediatety two kdo w r
YOaryi ago," be Said. e tlato the dial room ad reum
be bullinMa being erested 'M avatmeh i, a raMbte!at"
h south ame o iorer There a uteA to twape. t i
but schoolbhou We belidlg, wMob wasi a taepo
nea ot of poverty nudn Ina g a natt a Med without waruni
we hve re from wm eaess tl of the ohiltre were kill
teg. log with may of those there i

re wa, no public sobool yateta
south before the war mad oth-
that eould be eal a stem.
t yerm afterward. The start
Sade* a t 171I 3ad by It90 we
something thit was begihaag to
the systems of the north.
see 1903 the apppriartloss for
ic schools by the state legtlature
enesee bave Inerease per
S a North CaroliaH they Ibn
100 per ca t a" in Loulsi-
140 per cent. Furtheomoro, tb
o the schootb ha been quad-
throuA the stablishent of
I hbools and better school n
O rt we coped the north In the
imhea t ef our sbools, bat Mno
ame reatig a New type of ***
STbody we ae about as wide
as ed oatont Ma ore as ny
of to arwld. We hab today
best system of agricltural edue-
of any tate of the United State.
tne o setloo of the United
"ad no country In the world
So ucha by tate appropristit
the education of the womeO u

S No Case n Reoord
re is no can pa record of af
or cold resultifi ih peuauoatl
eoUmUptlom after Fotey's Hoeim
TC b a been take, u it wUll
I your coh and break p yo r
M bikly. Refuse ay but the
Ine Poley's Hooey and Tar in a
Slpal6kage. Oontalna so opatoe
a is flI.a"d son. J. W. dMcOolU

Aged Widow M4iWred.
sHeary, Mo., March I.-Oe
hi Mot buital and atrelous murder
Se mmimtted In this city was r
Oet siuaray whom the bod ofW

Ia old, wa faodn ton h er boe.
hI erilm v w as tted by robbes
M hI tlteOd dep woads lan their
IMt with a kaIfe ad fractured ber

l with a bamwer.

A strp of

Ik wa tid thtly around the wo-
's throat. The nmrdewas eon.
am. thme between Thurday
l and saturday. The Ialn"
54 e -baeslbag liberally W

Uneualed a Core for Creup.

"s being ezellt i'mb
~Ibendhoa roubls Ohuwauh

~I O moiv Is unequlsbIr

S imso
powdoT' aLlit k
.1a va9 0r

o~ium lotwB

No wwoI bdwe

h obudmbI

-L-L i amae
ft ANY nbi C

'Vow oft van~t w







Soubgt to Ma.
AlMsoB tIe otbeh killed wa an
Amaeriwe eMlatSr- named Morat,
who wvas titaUlie Amerlean smablft
ry to be urt*for tuaneHola.
hi i. --
TWil ls Worth Remembcrnls
Whenver yu have a oogh or Sold,
jut remember that oley's Honey and
Ta Wilt cr It. Do not risk your
bheah by taking any but the geaulne.
It is ta yellow package. J. W. Me-
091a & Co. ,

dustoer Sal fo4 Phillpplnes.
s m Frkedo, Marh 3S.--A oon
missao* of four Amerian educators
seat out tpbo t PhIppltAn by th
UnitM Stat: lgovermet, -mbarked
.trKo a Fra setco In the Amaoer
Marn to alral some 800 tecers of
the eld at suaer roeorts upas ta
1 matalas near Malla.

Orino Lazative Filt Syrup Is a new
remdy, as lprovemet on the tas
ti of ~r or ya as it do not
ripe or uaueate and IS pleasant to
take. It is granted. J. W. Me,
CoamB Oa .

I hbmy uaounce myself a eadli
d10 for CRy Marstal tn the o0190
toW held o thb 14th day t1 April.
1908. 1 oraM Ift elected to edearv
to o the dutle regoir by the orU.
aoss as nar as I possibly ear. ad
s lleit the vote of all lawbMl
tiMneas. Res0tt0y.

I take this method of nnouncing
my oadl dpy p or ctrloa Ma City
Marnhal t th elotedo April 14t9,
1k4. I Ihave ands d to perform
my duty wttbot or favor, ad
would appreciate the sopPt my
febw.elttsem., probtain t5 SMA W t
test too th dutie te ode0 ti
the future ta e past. TtA
you for pat support sad wtsi
your votes at the omnlI eteeto. I
aia, Very truly,

To to Votrs of OGlnevlle -l take
this methd of sanounchNg my m Ui
lacytfor Marshal W the City of ftawes
tvilh. I baI bwe an l it work au
a oaeer, protectlug you and you
stsWhile yo Wre a Mt t
sout tne v eanrs, O ad n ve tso ey
- whether I have perfaed


'MM rordefed m
* D lo I A I

Terry, b
"14mlantsa a:3
re, I %halcl., asa
sery on MOadip,
IC the sawu* bes
11be Cocurt Hotm
Offer for ole a gd
hit hent %M boae
libe f.I'owini do.
adl ded elevew
SOwlli dO Awbed
etw ln Almc'ss
Nrkular' d.4orb.
of %eelles tbi
of Hagelei&
and Onaistultn

Wb t o tto 50

tteiae I u4 tsbe J H Holly,
to No. iM
ut. A. 1D INa
by ol 0MC-. andbM
tYi I)a~rn embrae
3ap1)y, milustott
4 v t5 Tj. 11S., I


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E'o 0a t aA.XLXIqGs ACIK

Jaokaoboville and Now Y
COllW$ a& 0H3AUL3ft1 S. 0., both wass.
Yb. lautUsamhipA

Wk na luraI 'itne aastvs smg.

Alyde New England and Southern iUna
FreiGht eretes Meevem vJAOSOIVILLIC OtITONa ad
PROVIDIISOI an All Rtrm lolme
Clrag ras C ivrleown both wa .
Ssuuhboest l....... .... tFrom Lewis" WhaRf, Dos
MYaeUibooai ........, Vsat Foot of Washlngon at., JaehsSav"e

C"LvI eSte Jos DIfu LmI

II at the date of I sOL.PIas at lalatha, Astor, ),Semod (Del ani). swi ftermeduate
In iae 0a1e I S Ik S ohns Rver.

be redeemed 5
I M'U* Iheros 48
smart and seowbb
W 'N'-F NO 94.
ii OkvLCovm(rrl Cart ~~iehum Co, PM.
CA r:VS. D. C.
em VjW SUUS fj UV I FCU Anna

I Ahu3 A. D.aw1 h8- led
aseain.in eeOui'dsW
5. brsmbs t el*
mdIn Aoobesr
Tp. 7 B., IL WAD-(
esOsm w:b at the e m A 1
900IW I'u In theo suno

*r*U tbeno~ft 06o
WIiv !WW@ andbe eTa W Wb
i 1100 W OU 1m

Oaka ws 0m, 1W

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are appoloted to sail s foll6dq s Leave JAcariNiLL.., daily ex1 pt
atuidays, at 8 ik p. a, Returnnlgn, ItAIsr 'eAIIu, Silly
felpt 8d-lidl, at It'0 a in.
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lA :80 p. m......... ..... ..Jack oalli ......... ...uo 6:0m Ia.
Leave :90 p. ...........tt...............Leave 1I0:p.I
Leave 00 m................ AS.r..................Leave 4:0P.n
LIave .................. ....Betford (Deland) ..... .. ..Lae 1:M0p
Due :0 a. m.................. frd(#.................. ve 10:lea
DIe 10:30 a. ............... atorpr .................. ldew 10:mI a
P iuenger and Tlket Off, 18 West Bay Stret Jaeseilli.
H .RAYMOND ViomPresldent and Oneral Maba New York.
IL I. MATNAIRD P. T. M. A. 0. HAGQRT, 0. P. A.,
Pir N. R., New York. Ptf 8, N. ,.. New York.
LeseIsr, rFla. JackavUtol. Pla.
Jaksoatvtlet ta. Jack~emllel, ra.
0. P. LOVWIAU As *ut, Jacksonvil, Fi.
ei-n-.M. Ot lee, P Si. North Rver, New York.


1I Has Tbulator

U fl L Itll l D I Every laohin

Lt0s .0lhlI Lightato Renait I TMe
0OiIi baped WrioeI of he Wor
0 ohe tag Aftoles. Mlre yM-ble Is
SIV lsevUille than s my kTer mahle

..For Sle by....

B. C. DAtIS & CO., Jhat sTlll, i.




Irs at, hat ud We

Throqh Pullman orvis on All.Thim

beContult the "Purple Folder"

For dnd W iiIiuflat se, bodt0asl.w inal l ft~f-
JrOa, mwyour nomt Th kt Apnt.
or writ eorcu an

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W s' l4jhb~r' -d What Is

~~S~eWhoeRft MaY
'w~lrr* om age A
nom tkad w weefor

mainj~ oon~ arm go/o

bw owd shouldes It n.

u or wram= I to A48-

Ql o1.

ook were In the

; W. 4 A OGrove wau

T. P. vias of Rocky Point
oppotlag Ia the city yesterday.
U N Plank's ChllU Toel, t8o per bot
't t; isarateod. Soldbrldruggsts.
e ssoa tcketst fo toh Coastaoqua
Sare so on as at Miler's ws stand.
Mr. and irs. O. W. Males were
i. thd. oUy from Monteooba yester.
Utm D LaF. L& Haoalltas has reo
tunred 'to tarke, after a brief visit
>, to reHtive n ta is city.
What do yo pa for hams? The
Magw sit beet ba e at 14 cents.
'CfpeC pla leo town
S T. lmt, a sut for the Soutoher
~ are Company, spnab Sunday with
S Wife and relatives at Windor.
James Ohimat has returned r
Aridoado. where he has bea o a
brMet viit to hIs brother, W. T. Cho.
S tra taney, large. Julok, sweet
S aouges, soly oeto a doem. Como
early and net your plek. launders &
| Narl.
A. Rudd. represting the Botth.
4 JeMelr" Oampany, PAMltar, Pa.,
SlI the ity ftI a few days In the
t of bh IUs..
A tM tho raving m. In this
iy yestrd was B. H. Ro of Rich-
o, ad, Va. the clever rfpreeentailve
SEof easufont 0Giget Ale.
ts. C.. C.. Roberiton and on, 8yd-
ietf, Jr., have ne to MoUttUello.
whwe tbuy will I*w the guests of the
taormer's parts. Mr. and Mrs. P. U.
ird, for the next few days.
Just reelTved, extra choice candles
S-Marshmallow, chocolate walnuts.
S hocola te aramoes, chocolate almonds.
Sprts lUck candy -small Ntikk, some.
l no now. audners A Iarle.
N M. A. Walls left yesterday fur points
t h te Nast Cout. where he wll re
Main for the neat few days In the
lateret of the douthtrn 8speedor
W ero Atatta. U.. which Arm be s


S h .ehnW Tre4

I I'

im nI
PWau -

-opUa $NN


The mrn

fttrror W&I
Sr. TaTylor haa.- 0 r-lik

J.3. Smith of Wed" Vaneel
businessf In this city yesteday.
Puare J*MsY OWN", ptsuilty
Pin orove DeLs mvi 4"5.
lAbor GOGINW ernO at
office; topfrTdiemoIs perhow

W. IL Oce e oi wasaf ithe
eltyYedteray. havig sp m so d Z
Ptis wean ing 9I M1.A t
hl prsu l S wr

Saunderoatsa butlo
Ohm C3. AushihaM Ka'ew
business as.p an d S
ior tW thi 40*yqoii lmsy.
3. W. IUbi. laid "eW
m e i e W" vu a---k i -w -

who $pat ytMd top o City

L d&r a s Le Waker orD
were i t otty yoestrter. Mr. Wafs
or is a of AbchAu oonla's 0eleMa

Harw's a Rart--Pve poDones
retat eo ol fr $1, and oe pomd
fre with oa purebhao of a doUlr.
faonders & aore.
J. W. agieh Tao ma ad I. D.
bSerard of M p we umoens
those who Ist ystorday is te
oooty oraital m basdns.
sn. I. CraUht.U ad little daugh.
w, Miss Mai, bave see to Jack.
onvlle, w oh I ow ped a" bort
Um as g et of Mr. C. BLarnm.

whlGo new her, Is otabtnaI a be

R. A. Latrd of CheaWe .rep o.
aeta L. 3. Bodkle& 6 Cao., mans.
aotwrw of pate t hbimplo was
to thteoiy yIsery, ad- sdo The
R aM anogroaMle i oWL
fldoe At arU Ieavem oae of tb
largat ad be amerted stocks of
(aer groar I C detral rlorida.
U ryo arn lootl* for something nice
an appetludo, eo this line.
MrsC. A. M a*l and on. Master
Charles, who have been to tIs city
for te pa'ost few dayW s guests of
the former'l parents, Mr, and Mr.
. RI. al, r., have returned to their
bore at Waldo.
J. H. Knight and Z M. Hill of La
CroMs spot a few hours In Gain

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of thb above named
above ssment s true
B OOHM, Cashier.
m me, tbb day of
)ON, r4 InotM" P.

Biy i Iason CbiaaUquf ticket at

T. W. oot of Tyler a amonl
tboke who spent yesterday in this
J. 3. Otler has oneo to Jackson
v11e for couple of days. whore he
w.as ailed a0 buMrtme .
S1MU H0 roasted dIooe-w-e have
I etn' styles, Itrm 0 opato a
poad p, so can sMat yu to quality
adIo psri. Come to mo us. Baund
,e 6 mrd.
Moab te mset two weeks a sel a
oi beet sad plesur to youitefw
M4d fkMty b the iuaRao ofa sea
" ticket t the OChatauqua. On
ole a Avera'a eiat se auar$ .
The city registration books will be
ope at t h omoe of Cty Clerk J.
I. oDe, ia those United ltate land
ofmfe, tera osseary 18 to Much 18.
Ofe "Msr I.tao 13 a. in. 1 to 4 b. m.

*e - '

f- BA. .

vtlle Suday. 'T'ay were o roat. e RU I e L
to LtAba, where they wil be engag d a- eeitkim, but no advertti
In a jogging cotruat with a St met tabm for Ie ta M e-nte. S'1
sawUlW which Is loeatd In that so. wrse ake a Ia; so fatlMual Itoes,
tkim every word r e o s eL a timnu as
OGorg Otiboas of Archer, rser* as ad4lQ Uiar QMM t advaee
tary of the Demoeratitc eeativel amSe ma-a n M oro urs or lmer-
Colmtte of Altha county. "ud( ti thi e-ma.
oue of the most wlde i.y-k-w l
Sto his ae0om. aM I n lte t WAINTIED- AL NP.__,
beeIse veYos*v1 and madk The
Sus am agombo lall. W &NTID-Yomg moa leork and boy
A. M. Csumal as au advertiwo. tdbt et e Apply to Saundes
Iet la tisA Ilen to wbhte tL amtte 4 rt

Casda -ama mman ofM the p POl9 M.NT.
at nd soaus Itmtsnc ea m te
am the oitry. aw' aratm lBOU I FOe IIT-Apply to J. W.
riatk at r eaeMl gpe Ih l's

amp .oM 11111%,ill d in w af t
L t Jra se 3. Ahb st3r .?de: Re 3l1F-Um hos; sc

joep P. La' amof T ne ..m Imleem e and a me*es
whoA wih, o a t Mo SiM t at ooValm- Owea Uo., tAiver

ahe ofi" and mft ua m -, --- e.ro--

fatt% am eNotai lets a the met"h> O ew_, u *e In.
for mattwin to ~w~ta e. Yisto &9A? 42 ^ ya j _-

or of the bNeOt rkfIho t m a t Io th mrO a rom

&am a --4d amo&1 b.
ts eand W 5tw Walwa 4:e'et R S*I -T li gass-tr-w t1-
Ltbd at thly aioilag of Lth m' e A P -. Mrs. 1D k.

M Datis. Tlat to the anneal as n
ta of the *oCetey A th e member.
aw urged to th proeseL Ir a

malhatr dislyso thr e i b as ne
irday. ara and t at whtk Ur' nM .A -L O- -_ Oa

m be Plsed r show te s Mma
the latest Uweatbsas %waSacas

Y d m of shedmmw tb M ev I Is M SAW-
odbftUlq Sla m"tweb
k~gl Dehrnet 3

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CAPITAL ............... .
rpl s .. .......................
Undivid Profts .............
Cr latig Notes.... .... .....
Reio oU t ..... ... * * *.

Individuals & BIak.. $900,160.40
U.' DEPOITS.... 166,500.00

Tbs h k Opend For blumi July 22, 1N7
United States, County and City Depolstory.
We could tell yon a thousand and one things about
the progress of the Bank, and the facilities offered, and
then would not ay more than the above statement lth.
trats. On the incrite of this statement we solicit oer



The pritvc k,.ic grt'crs charge their
ciirtomiert ise enough to nmakL mst
IpIopil rev,lt. We don't give Gro-
trries away, hut we sel[ you the
Best in the Market for the moay.
content with a fair profit. Well
here,. to prove it, can you do better
than this: (;()OI) COFFEE SOc
per pomui; FANCY TEA, 5c per
pouln, '., &c ., Av.

Saunders & Earle

Phose 18
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u~wii '" ------- '
V. 8. Curl of Archer was In the city CONTIMENTAL
on business yesterday.
Mis Ballie Perry of Rochelle aidA
frieds In this city a visit yesterday.
Mie Anaie Tousey is spending a ES UHA
abort time with friends in Jackson-
ville. Ground Flor-Next to Petee,.
Captain A. Paul, special agent of ( Coeunaleatly Leated Yet Private
the Unit States land office, has
gone to JaMeksclll* where he wasO Y ST E r S
caled o on ofcll business
A-- tos --lSthot I s an Pn ---" ALL KINDS SERVED In ALL STYLES
Adiimmlal Saa' Ilmans. Seal

, ---- -wW -----m ---W I-- r-l. .um.

B bad Cafe

Off the Strt, Away from Dirt and
FPli--Over The Malnet. Wet
Side of Square.

Oyrtes prpre and cooked properly.
tema O AWops brolld-not fried
Aay *ed Sah dsthed can be bad
Siheoet octles
Jt a bw worI about Regilar
Misb: Mornla and alght, ny kind
f met that's on to market is here
for yer ehise. Igt why, yre!
tiy go with awy Ipew or breast
Moder--rd. pe~r scrambled or If
yea preft an emeoet

DIM HrM M % ample bill of fan
hw LbwIw-at Dok Cramed
Pbtem SOw"t Ptetw. COtaufloww.
INa ss oan Ltooe aSwd Tan.

Iter emd, Ie i h s to .r
Prm thk Mbn to tfe so at the
4Pw M Ms.a I wiw dehr to ay

i yar Mt. to erse umo a f
tlMins wM a lUth sum e me.
I have th e ant d N eas be as
med of pr ay. a well as m


Choice Steaks and Chops, Drip Coffee
Devilled Crabs.
We etmiijyoy) olif I thCl beat ebefI" ii
the bainevi, no bo v or Inexper1.an4 @0k
The I-atc e i-,ief and jiesa, "DswAtl in
the city If % m, Int real ookt y It a SU I
c4M)K .WHO KIII-M- HI.N 8uazuM. & gf a
call &tythlnd the market flOM@ ys Manget
We do not promise olctbo n g fw or tbi.
but womethinn for your mosey.
t;'LAU MIAL'4. Special rows hb the
u'i. l'laoe for ladles, gesegM a" OM 01




[kgisn forrnerau and MMsW
Pbrpoms a pcIalt .

Js'~bsevI~l, yIn.

Vrtmpt Atentta.

w~L u IWrh


ct uIdowMd hig h%
wo wba be p 61 plIno lowym rVn. and in WWrI rm ix v

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Fm Pa. GobmP AW b #a
v- W, 111'4' %-kV-Frw L 0 -
bn b~Y~4 'Jl Lp

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