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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 5, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID01225
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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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4XV, NO. 21


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, I


1 ( 11 : 8 I8 TEN CENTS A WUB


G I BANK RODSURY.

ED RCACI "
KO ICn rnti^Dirir-- !^Kj oMM
IMeala Cenoerm d To Have Been
SLoeeted of $100Ao.
is cp PO, Tea., Marob --Ad&Wpatch
I i( I R pe ed from hbiaboua. Meslo, ol
Moaday afterioa, o ay that the Baa-
reo d oMioere, owned by Ambassador
Creel, s ba m robbed of 00,000.
No ti6laU tave yet bee tear
ARRESTS ARE MADE *. o03 how e r,
been dalle to wtch the border
Sedolo y. The baak otes tAken are
SHave Seught to L.ght 1l demaau ons of $1,000, 00 ad
the ipeed Aeon PIsen ver S.
.to the o M f *the lI telegran frmtm Governor Creel, of
to the oUb oU the Petlee received by Chief
Ity of Chiag. I% ae, to Jurares, statiag that a lib-
Mardc 4. -o esionsi *M'W d had been offered or the
two former coviets to e oanture of bank robber, el asked
tHogn fM! Riga a ish thes that the United States Immigration
Chief n Mof De eeig I rtoe ,athoritles be requested to keep a
one of the biggest rson ploti lookout for suspicious characters and
ever ome to b e otace on ort bills of the denominations missing.
eer come to the notice o The ImmilratUon authorities her.o
SM.k m of have Iasued Instructions to their bor-
H.Mack, se riders and to the oc%I* deto the olcialsle at the
SIs & catued into stations along the line to keep a Iook-
oI fuan'or rrni on thhe per out bor the mlsing bills.
funft'or carrying on the.
Another mas, well known to CID LACK HAND NOT.
Sfor his conecaton with bo- RCIVD BLACK HAND NOTE.
Il old tobethe chlea
Italian at Eneley, Ala., Concludes to
k a' l t isam nD sa ad Retrn to Native Lnd.
t. Wilam )a S e ta of Blrminglldba Ala., March 4.-Tony
W haso Temfo ed the a- 8palllno, an Italian, who through hrd
y. Thioma Kanedy
,wre ey este, work and iabutry, amassed quite a
Attorney Hogn tt fortune at Hiltey, the steel suburb of
Attoey Hoa oh e that111 Biralnghaim, has returned to Italy,
mom wAA,& n at~va-tSn


s made two atteMrp ow
by Ire \two belldain where
tgood malaufactured. The
is ens-ged Is the mae
Sad It was this competltio,
m y,. that is at the bottom of
pMr.
al d Kennedy confess bav.
"ed about $500 trom Mack
Ie last three oaptwa tor
the rubber fgctorltw.

t~ T S REaTURNED.

ad an prenolse Read
with Granting Rebaft.
iad, No., Muarch 4.-.lndldt
bahellag the St. Louis and an
mrlroad with grantln re.
SS4 the Chapmar and Deway
company of Kansas City.
with secepUtin rebates were re
by the federal Xrand jury Tue,-

rwee thirteen counts lo eacse
adtoita ts shar1gia the Iris
cm paaiy with giving r
to the lumber company on that
UMeOMa. aod Ite lumber oom.
VwiUt a.eewm be rebates.
uubsias coats are based on
I o rIs r alleMd to thve
Mlby the To f theo -m.
a April. May, June and
IN N peotits Ia Arkaa !o

IM S OAUGHTR WIEDS.

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IVerk, Mlar .--4se AOomeia
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a 3. N rasu, mwas mae,
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ATTACK ON SHIPPY


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ARE RUNNING DOWN CLUES

livedd that Ite Younl Rielan Jew
Who Attaced the Chlef HN Accom.
pilo In Planning Ded Known as
the "Curly.naired oy."
(Chcago, March .4.--Laurus \\.er
buch, the young R Husidaa Jew w i, "4 1
Monday attempted to assainat1 '
L'hlef of Polle ithilppy and W.nii Ii .',
chief killed, had, It Is b hell, \ t. .1
partner in his work who thu ti I
only known as thO "Curl) i Inl
lIoy."
Two other men were arr,' I mt
mlilIipht, buit It sla tho ht ti, ;ti i i.
nectlon with the case Is, at n,.,!, r>v


t)r iry,


The earch of Avehrliuti II-
which was made up lIar' ly ,of


books on revolutionary subjects ainl
)letures by prominent ocialltis ilnd
anarchtl's, the police'iooli t.il lI th
terrible deed of the njohning wi Il thia
ned and carried out to the dt .,!liy
a dreaming Russian boy, w2Kip, .nitAld
was filled with hatred of the r ivern-
nlAtl In his own coiinlrv t~F Wi urit n


selling out all his possesalons here and of the peasants of the world;, aI1 t ho
leaving rather suddethly. I infatamatory idesa of remedInlr So-
It Isa sl he received a letter from al caondItion promtllatel hv the.
the Black Hand demanding 1,(0, aloders of "liberal thought" in .Arol'l
which Is said to have caused his sud ca.
den decision to return to his native, The condition uf mind to whlr.h he
bome. He was well thought of In had cme Is shown by the fuct that
Neoley. This Is the fourth black hand last week Averbuch planned to (tminml
letter received by wealthy Italians In ulcilde %ilth a young Jew with wlhomll i
the Birmingham district recently. he had dlscussed his teorieo of tthe
failure of life. This youna Jew, who
REGARD TRIP AS IMPRUDENT. Is the one mentioned above a '"curly
bailed," is thought by the lio'lre to
Fear ixpresed Over King Alfon o's have help< plan the mur(her of the
Trip to Barcelona, j chief. His name could not be learn
Madrid.? March 4.--olfld'erable td, but every effort w tl oe maile to
anxiety Is mnalfetod In thhi city for find him.
the safety of King Alfonso and Queen hen the deotctlives utered Ihf
Victoria on the4r coming visit to Bar- house at 21% \\'Wasburn av.tnue, whoreo
colons, which has beo fixed for Marchl Averbucl Ilvel, they fiiind hisa shiter
12th, (Ila clearing awaRy thlb ': hea aftlir
The newspapers r%.ard thF trip an a supper of cold met and l (ffee.
InWprudent In vlew of the agitlation r- T The. det.tivev tunfoldedil I inewslpapi
ated by the recent bomb tratrllc s in contailnln a picture of tI, 'rad tloil.
that city and blame Premier Maur, and laid it before her.
for not finding a pretext for caneellln "Is that your brother she *a
the proposed journey to ltrrelona. askld. And he repliil. 'thout an)
--..o--- isply of eprrn" on or c,: n,. lhat it
Rueff Wants Reimburnm,ent. was.
a P1rsalelaeo, March 4.--Abraham Th police showed her a pair or
uel filed a suit saanst Judge Dunae, and asked her If I:' beloied d
Rudolph Spreekele, District Attorney to her brother. She slll tiy Jid.
Lagoa,. Detective Berm, F'rac s J. Thee e was told that I1r brother
Heey and W. J. BIgy Monday for wa ~mder arrest for a me. but
$4,4I.09. allegia that this s the nt hat be was d4d
amount put up by him fbr ble prisao "llave you ge the othir o e?" was
quarters. atolmolbl hire and Wrian ber first question after II. dboh had
sM e dur tg he ile that be was wors way.
in cihere of 3lor Brtigs ander the "'What other Oae?" I)elUtre Ras,
orders of Juade Dgaee. IRet el a dil aked.,
to be able b t rove tabt Cblef of I weald Net R Nam.
ee iW my stad to him, afer 4bMs "ut, a e.rly hbered byou Jew he
terw C f i of polle, that uale b he w stIdylag with," oe sM. But
aid bts owe espouse he I o he w esail the aem of the
tahe to JaUl erty betred pneag Jew. he rased
talk ay ma at that time.
RibertIe We Iaw. PrIm IT he lisird H. PIle th e o
New York, Slatr 4.-Ltawe Ror b ati e Imd eai aaothbw yous a
ertal e the tiuhl.Amrllt AlMhtle wms Uved t e o Le rir mam mI
deb, Wa the 0S4 titatdes be AWO bee hd repteet t bIe 1 ,
at e Bsixty-el ras t "saMIe weet his letm. Olga M id *e wai I
Maoe snte OrdeN Mee m y a lj eWsw1" or bt b t "ate ote we- Ws".
defihata Dai Kelr. the t um i e pMaw emas aM bee
spr~t1er ad bolder of the wWeW f hea I|
1-ye4 rd. Kell led W r 8 r the aslgth ers eio d lbe <
I7 als e *ls a wbt Smlr cleared t Aver het a4 'b twe *e 1
e6u6 ded him toward t(e a" a I s On. i Foe mi t c at MeW had1
lasted the iftsag anrly a m ame to her beset m.Ns before 5

m ".. WWOera with WIltiaW r) seil, ai
MadIle. Tess.. IMats 4.-Ai r0t Tes 6 9U e.War bet r i
___M _re_ TU"d swM l ,4solllml@ i er eieglles, bW
s II*NIo. Iof 5 W. I.iD l a W4 t w g le, l". Al r
e dabf th W. ,. a. eset wa aslSO tOhe I tea I w s- a I
S1** MelbM" Wlle rild ol be e sae and be bear a
aulo., at b hme at* 6seme sotobwat
a. C., at-*, Uly Wre A ***1M -B *- r ytoe'g De* m it
W 6-. mob" e Ceddboois, aw ,,,t @ 0as .
boM r wsti s. Mehll WWls J te at w l
otk don S s ems MI s 110 -*,** ,pe *
"B Wi metw troe s s Mp w i o tihe Iee *
ThM an *eek ma e iil pI*a e o a w i4f so o e 1
1 ingl es. Mts e. -As 1 wo mb 4- %
aIwoh fk l 3q os eam 0en01W 0- AW I b a 4 W of' U
bow IV Ir. li has,- w e -t k 4 aeaMda. h eIs a *d W at f- s
11 -1111101 Wee 4 I stu I ** I-s 4rs s a Marrio" LI
w- md'ue y s see a g pes posIes ees. N
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tana licospital, whero Harry ShIlppy
was taken Monday. having ben
shot by Averbuch, the ) u ag man t
reported as having passed a SOct
nltbt. His condition h4 Improved
slightly during the nlght sad he was
Tstilng quite comfortably. He slept
two hours during the early moraas.

Admwts He Demanded Moene.
Cblcapo. Marme 4.-Frank trlook
was arrested early Tuesdaye hared
with sending a threatening l ttr o a
Roman Catholic cklrfymaa.Procoplus
Nutl, a prior of the Bemedletlne atb.
era.
T'he prisoner, wa.o Is thrlty-lllht
e 'anr old and Uvna at R4 Blue Ilaod
arveue, on the hordtilt of the Ghetto
district. admitted s'nttng a demand
for $1.000 to the pri, t, according to


the police.
LO8ta IN HIGH COURT.

Decision of Jud*e bSpor Is Affirmed In
Cas of Macon Man.
W'a, icglton. March 4 Altrtinili ilh
di I.ihloe l f or the I' tlltl d tSti o at lt'lilt
court lur the SoUthern latli.tlt wirf itor-
lim IIl the case of 'PItnmlm IIlattu'.
founidl gllly of murder bit without
(alatl ll ppuliihlnenn, tho supreiu couilt
has held tlial ltii % floral tatutle gliv.
In1 juirlitilicrln to bth I'nlit'd SItauii
co'!rt I (o ;at(s o)f muinl lr In arisenals,
kckwk)afl ,tcw'., also applles to that
crlime %i iioiu I tc iltt(ld In po fti(come
VTh> law dOes not iwcfieally uot'n.
tlin irt,(i ifnct or 4 nri nist e nroNin.l1,
anil thel c(nlitentlon waslu de tlhaut Iht
fNlral court was without jurimeictllooi
to) ry Ilalrt ifor killing another ilan
In the lio Hntinlle at Macon. Ga

BEHIND BARS AGAIN.


Barton, AITred Crackaman, Who E*.
capped from Jail Rooaptured.
'luiti,. March 4.- (lurtioe irton.
the otuw .tr>til crackaman,. crlnrged
wlih Ik'wlinK a tle In the Bank or
Sharnlt>, it Hmilron, i an d who matido
a senlai topiMll land dlarlig **ecape frit,
thte 'ullion ci'unty aill aeveral wi'tck
all,. Iln tomprao with a follow prlts
ontr, John Iarper, tindel Indlctnrnt
for Iwao nlliilrdrs in Murray county, I
aKlln ain ini tel of the TiIwrr,
ltr41ton wtiA arie'tie l In 1'i"mllmer.
Al . : ai w aurdlay at nildnlhl, j.,le
oine id at l h.lft tour after his arrival
i I'ii I| t'w. and was brolighlt to
A'l.uni ia I1 officrrs MoUnda y.

CI.ck for 11,000000.
(~'t i '., larch 4.---A check for oon,
millil: : .llilar In paymeare of I,l'a
tA ii i ir ll,. talte of lhi. lst Mtar.
shall F'i,01 % li dellveredl t Joitrn It
Thooii(,s',i, li-rrurer of (Cok county
Monilas The paymeat le nu e In
*c ,prondia with an a releroni enter
sd i1,to the tiruslte of the e taIt
wit (cianty oflelalls several weekr asi
by whlci sults aggrln tlgl 1.7lm.,
r,) seare compel ,lead. The selts
were filr after the laivetory of the
*emle In be pl0 bate eoert had re
really that a Irarl eltalt of seurl
tles were Incllded la te llta Ul ca
whict no taIss had beI paid ur s ,


oral tyear


81rmlsgbm, N Al, aUsMi 4,- Poe
snegras servi life saestees. made
a huld Jso d 4esperat d a& the seine
Oine mseefful omn* bo the wes
of the Alabama 1ManufSAetauria
ay ,at NMorn k Oulnehe. Madey,
While voet #tem te epriefs to W
work *ef nade a wA 6for a f Iew*,
bipeslag 4on a pfink fk(ard WSJ,
Imp tiefl fl A t*q fmte with Am
Ul0,bsrv'4ee 14 so vt 11m1IN1sd 4110
witlh brici,. -aho nvcte slaved te
guardi offn I '$omfwft ssckdea~ toem
fr blm t1 11 .'".44 hall Ot ref s &w

N~yslenewe NM~mghe M~re,
M011"61.to. e. n,. Uil4---C
r MinorJr f10 rwSmvieI.
mCa .4lo. 0 Wee MOM Id sa
pewet'ss e mamnr Is n e 4l0 ld
Yarda leo resr sr ?% sod" mim"
Ii"I's~d ehe wa "4shwevithm"Gtho
art own "*tte .t ed
bleffo impt irepwrt


Aim..V. &. Ma #,-A
tu &*At" of.1ths, mu~m"ed aMB,
W-4 mcx~ as W" Is""ePedpi,
lausee ~5No *semsa
paio sod Oslem? #MM"fntax so
Mm ~'as AI t VW- SSeaf o ef
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REPUBLICANS OF OHIO


State Ca ritu eM Tersay
at Columbru

TO NOMINATE STATE TICKET

Alse Ilect Delegates at Lare to the
National Conventlon at Chloase and
Adopt Resolutions Endorsing Candl
dacy of secretary Taft.


('coh lnrbIH. () M arrh 4.-Tuoesay
afternucln t 4 o'clock the republican
state c('lloll)lnmton wit called to orter
In Moniorllnl hill fir !hi nominationi
tof a lU t, Itl' ik *t. *r lfo'vt (hil fallte
at lai, li ho t u illnhti l olnventiot n In
t hiritllo liti'l for thi plllrpoi of adopt.
ilg i lion rI) nv itnlim if ni idi otrim at
of 1h< tiallU'id,)-y or W\ ilati I II. Taft
for prvthlelo, of t o 'lltel states.
The plaltiroul whit h hll already
been ol itlint l., ill. II is undraitood,
be such ail, the e' sir-ltry of war will
Sbl willing to *tinl4l ilI In il the evnt
of his nonilnaltonk at Chicago. He
has wsoinl llr otrlillnal draft of the doc.
lument, anl It lhal rWslo Wren the sub
Jlct of dlisluflonl b' S'en, hIins and
lMesilent lioilt ilt, atit ia In al
partilcilars whih cotcern the nation
at InrCo., lul.tii l the commendation
of Isith.
lit addition to tho planks asreAdy
montiont.l thnire will he a reromainI-
dation In favor of the, re-enatment of
the employers' lia4ility law. and an
.andkrnment of the rate ill passed by
ons;rtwr, an4 which was opposed by
S oator nraker on th floor of tc e
UnltMl r4tales asesas, The pltak re
latlng to the uneroee will delsare In
favor of giving them all of th(lr
gal rights.
Il was not eupaetat Tueeday tat
ilo c(invntlan would do iore than
formally organise sad prepare I me
active work of Wedteaday. .
No cnateIt Is expected betfolre
committee on rieolutions. The de1
g ste are, In fact. prqlicvlly a salt if
nil qIuelkin11 of national, Import, sd
it 14 only over thel nouinatlhmn to t
arlious state oflicel that there la a
light
In Iblt last reiUtet' t(hn convorttie
h'l ftair to idovelop tne of the h fre
anid oistt unreltricted crasnildes thai
Liu takes place In the latel Isa larl
)eiars. There is al eolutely so pro
arranelu d lit of oallnallonsm The T' t
Mullltral managers are krplis llll dl
nilsty out of the state quellos and are
lakingl lde nowhere

ONI KILLED SIVVERAL INJUAUD.


Wreak ef Poemnage Trea on she Pt.
Werth and Denver Re.d,
Alvord. Tes., Marsh 4 -0- ae
Was killed sad w o sortlaey ie ued
in a wreek of peassager tretIs NO. 1
an th h rt Wor 0ad Deavire fllud.
two mlle s*oth of here, Mus"y
lsh. The deed:
Bally Stevemns, a m hake, df A

Patally litured, Jobs t'vulaghm,
atl Ialdtaer. Te.
Injured. Otaes tias, esleady
d CleSummeI Jeba W1 o WW
Terk, alh(.
Seves eers se derfttld.
The ws re was due so the qpran
elf he rstle


NO Time gxoIsUO".

PerNieneWillBeas ofed W11b
bISMISIeCemWeA e@eSI
Waahingtoe. Mauci 0.-t bier
talc s'imffsman* dsio
1400 "lwamto bya seaw eo s d of
my all pet Imke rr esdme@"of
thoe vlthls ebleh ft moply wo ts

stool" hlow.
The ,wsm 1milNbe gtatais a5
dope to a tooe ith I* saw I*

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S IS A ljCVDNT SPEAKER
'$-'W:lWllM n u Doubt ".
W ho Mear Him en
'(,, ~k' Wheh Are of Vital
'erOn end *lorldlane.
t lwen announced,
~1, *Miy aa w. ft. Leaar, member
-,ali n the tird dtstriot at
Br n a WWtl. l address th ettWaes
e alasevfule and Alachua county at
uor, t rn howe at U o ,ex tWtd o
S, whea a senrawl sovtation Is
ed to a with a special request
w, *e i'a to be present.
,, The o aooal o of Cogrensman La-
,,V slt here at this time to on aso
at his esadi4 y for the United
en*ate, aad It is upon toe io
\ tadt poulttial losses of the day that
he will speal He to well a quainted
S with all lese wohih affet our peo-
pie, because he bs *o ably and active
ly defended what e believed to be
the rights a the people of Florida.
Ceaesiman.,Lamar is a one speak-
r.a oaMe llemut aus, an d It Is
hoped that he wil be reetod by a
g d audience this molrala. Those
who atvnd th m aneting and hear bI
I ta l will no doubt be enightoned t
a re' t many ways.
Remember .te address will be made
at the oort biem, where oomftw
able seats maP be mad. It wll bek "g
at 11 o'lok, whMb assure the po
pie that tse peaklg will be over
ta ample tmae for dinner.
Mon. J. M. amar., the Congreew
man's brother, bha arrived a theo et,
sad will alnle w th hs friseds dr*.
teI the day.
Hi--
NEW CIAMR PAOTORY.
pmered TIaf Weide Man Will een
Slake Ather Paetey tre
Ralit te rWat advtage ,of
hinl vlle as a manwfacturtin ear
to, ~L A. G eer of Waldo has do
4004 to eta h a sier fatory here.
WiH witl give 0 ilty twoeear tfa-
Shso, th0 La MUatuas, owned by
Sn Thomasi, Mvips boeen n suo-
-uo at f __- on here for the pat
L h, U e ol m O let e
Mr. Geiger, who Is a practical elfar
S u aker of long experience, proPooes to
, begia on a small cale at first, e*m
S p4oeg only three or four man. but
beoteves, witthhe advastagee afforded
Sre. the b nauess can eventually be
S built up to oe of considerable magal.
tdk.
All Murau etumm enterprises are
welvoae to OtlanelUe with opM
rms. a ad It to pm raitna to
Ah. neaMw" a mt. tba, y are o
W sh aat every day.
, owr aeom oah aee
e Oolartiams RI ketl Copany
iayed the *lr cri the sunny bath'
las aliht te a h lmaed lease amad
SW s he nalitamo ayes tht thto
ANma to q4 a e f aout etter ab
the wa arh- thO m ary aMtI
we have ohad this mae. AtAlivM a
astream m espectvely ebetlee sad
atearateom. osmeapay ehelMd ea

s iM ar er ea t d URI batly ttit
to ay ma ber be eay whuIo semod to
eimy theo we 't a star. Several
trAg pelattles a re p ap th a
tween sets, the *haeat o these be-
ta. "O abth Read la ethte1." ad
the moatertim wort of lana. We
MM give a r ataeda erittetes oa t
taovual lenst t Ia the e aet bt we
Vt Go this company the Steee to
at ab te sie the *pe-Le their
asea' wrt anad deserve Iberal


P~awrni as wll as esmesasmt.
'rho wiR peasu satrs mew
pWay might watWtle "lu The Tigr@s
Dma"
U00e 4Wdesaim Ievea g at IS
,aWsbmW (Gee O t ee N& ,
fThise1-I eom~ aywillopes a
tms Iower uff emgagst at the aoger
boom Vwtb pmeeth m1 the owoe-
Uag b. Oa fs pI to abovo.
PqhrpowA 0 mW I TS csts,
tcbotn mw u o e da U Wtlls'

lardar LHe Sitter Se u-st
1ss a. aL 1
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a-'~bla


TH1 SOUThlRN LASUL.
Teame Will be teonger This Year
Than Last-Ol-s Ruee rxpated.
Judil ni rom the umber Dplyer
eaw memaaer fet mouem Leagu
eaMsU hae on their lit. It 4t ea1
to may that some mihtyr ood arud
d bkll will be witna d la tbht .el4
cult this season. The Magteo are
epartin no tiUe or expen In'
endeavortin to streItben thoer team
Atlanta and Now Orlesas m e to
love the best team so fta, but others
havln onme of the big Ile playW n
O be a dalrous rivals for the IlB
Nubhvlle has three or four Amercan
Letue players, and no doubt will be
a stron eooutender for the pennant.
Mike Plnn's Lttle Rook bunch took
well on paper, so does Blrmingbam
and Montgotiery. while Moblle, a new
omer t the league, by no meana
loots Ne a tall-ender .The manager
of the Memphis aggrepaton ays the
will et a hot pace this ao

11Ty OF PROOP
That lyymei WIH Clre All Perms

Tetmeamliti sld be printed y
GOtee1of ad e m" towa"m aty
%afW 01101111 "M bW ~ A*
Of eat e u aM seek toewM 16a
tht pyqqwl absleisly eoms al e
trrbal ta le. HTme beet Ael
as amNul e veul oiwe a ta
-eretm t 4. W. MW et0e8Im & 06
ggv wIth e rV t they-I **el:
e b et lMemb-M seew st do an .a
is i am er f *
ete- l i W*a seet obedr. M
tum teh Ia b ,h nteLhas
wah oii tko tak wtai the
III. gkitse phae had

eft la ura ta t e Co
111 DIss tr1on i erWa Ne 145.


a seat pd whaler, aMt ev
pu atas #Me w pgm deyWaM
aIM umAbftual gem mO *earift the

TO CURB A COLD IW nS MV.
Ta uke AT iMW mNo rfM
I allsn to cou. I W. onROVt sat
aft"n eos ir O aNt*, boxs.

Speaker cases's ardest traeae to
the swall oll ge oNat to be goad
far at loet 7 asreoas.%


~i~Ull(ur
1~ Wrh Clcb
I4rty~ltlt~tl
nl C~A~,ycaadl


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nana brr L


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o 4al wit
I When wo
imw 6


TWO le WOE me bief. hi tof
wOE be am w d @A IN ml vesk
hniml46 o inS a t*as" wfta
M 1 i 60on be ORWM a#*.,
uOr.O Id f5 bto anbad
--~hr to- III heCrY metaa
som.m wi- IMth the FlAft W



-AP nlA4d to o10.t te all
ow'. atr. A L nlmse-A hW. r9b
Vt oItL 01d S6 0 inph-4iS A
'wet'


:od Co ds
0% 1


INtiptt shwas p1
Sen~ is t eemed psl
io~ ,, iis re brn t




eV. od, w.MA t li be lbets -
is s o an as, aso a us es a
[.*lsJlt~oa~ t YCaa t ae 'Pm

ull m^ ut ,*aB Yfc* a



iwi are wormg 'IJ" r th," As
a ae aof mk, the ellowa on the
04*0i most sramie teee Slugs,
s e f t eaIt ad Chuo we aon
p1ee tingvd a tmm Apalo anl, s.
"low Col. Chub, a W reposed
Sle bly a o h t~ai1 "I want to
teoll now tat the tsow tll right.
'I n Lr saw aao h push a a hustle



otrrue inl Of e t IbI- rm the
*Iebftor M Wb-,TaI b > U the.
Imet* ore o "l 0 so rt es toie


0 W tup1bmto 1 Ne who bob.
vi Aadnd byl at a Ia"eobs ta
* ed bfoer his tow. tsm
8d alsttysl to talkn




iut m.--- of rOmee te afable w Ofe




te, tMas t he st ha s getm to be
osUm ro ut h do. bo am d theI
Tae tdae pet ob tingt amOu sNer
b olm 4taoIneds sa He emre bowas




MA WAdeadedNoftenD k19



remso eer t# bh he eL
TA 'a the y thair asttlwas dtoe

Twe ar o t hbil staes ore hai

C rn wtrd trty .air afwys doeap
aM look Is O aas tsoheis; ft is



by illlng tho gernd
Ite oura re b bf haln at- tt.
If your hair Is t wtng poy-don't

mae young. or
PNrie an las, the g"t t
There te seme that5 4lH e


alr Reostwot, Is se a to po e
mnomrtly a4e aeadria a two
wek, or seat dranist will give

I t. 'bu aL l Wn e pas s.
bea".s ea,,/ b se. at" bow
ailsoa o abl to Ist tm
Mer 4 i


al who oehtas hIeat



*h. alamsiL
a luy duet *iss s a aouisld


wa 3. a. e em Pc a
by'a 4111n whe ses**


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We An WINTR _Lt I Ou



FAU and WINTER LINES


Men's, Women's and Children's


Ct, Hats


and Furrnahi


Orde by Mail Are Crfly ud Promptly FildI

A Complete Catelea Ceveri All Our Lines WIAt
$smt Fr Op Request

.I H, It U n .B
LHLEYgo&


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With policy ina
the Iaunca Coo
e represent. WIl
ry och a risk whbn
'try it for you at
rmenable rateot .
un o the rate on
property at your ~i
Isagegion.


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L Jules Elchelbef er has gobne
s where he will spabd tk next
.j l three days on poteedsonoal

W. W. LeGrande has returned
ta, where she went to pur-
1 spring and summer line of

Superintendent H.. Me
l[t the AtlanUe Coast Line,
ed from an offial visit to

.Ola itching is a tempertester.
4"l yo t serateh the wore ft
h- 5's Oiatment curesp
ski ttehltg. At all

S lth, Jr., hasu one to Jack-
whore he will remain for the
' r 4ay on buaness and pleas-

A. J. Cone, formerly of this
ba mew residain at Raleigh, has
to i hi om, after a brief
Mr. Judge Cone's tleds are
y gad to welcome him.
il a rasler of Alachu. the
and popular teacher of the
school, passed through the
yeatarday from Alachua, where
hb beea on a visit to her parents.
ityr registration books will be
4t the office of City Cierk J.
Itil In the United Btates land
bf~o February 13 to March 13.
8 to U a. m., I to 4 p. m.
Iauar meeting of J. J. Flnley
U. D. C., will be held at the
nrs. Dr. J. L. Kelley, South
.Atreet, at 4 o'clock this at-
at which a full attendance is
Mrs. J. H. Gheeslin of
Ga, after a pleas t vidlt
'*,Paly qf the former's brtbOf
*, J..A.G.oodwinl have returned
home. This was their frst
r PBlda, and they were de.
t*h this balmy climate.
St.. IBtringfellow and her in-
Uittle son, Master James, of
SS. C., after a brief visit to
(, K. Broeme and other rela-
W lt yesterday for Banrord. Af-
i/, rt kay tiere they will re-
their South Carolina home.
of nre. A. M. Cushman,
be"e quite I1l at her bome on
venup. Bst, will be gratmfed
i'thaut tih lady' s vtSn
could be expected under
ane. rPtiends ot Mr.
and daughter, Miss Gertrude,
deeply with them lin their
Dyal of Starke Is In the city.
'esme on a brief visit to his
snderwfnt an operation at the
ellows' Sanitarlnm a day or two
Mr. Dyal is a Confederate
i havinsn' en much actual
ln the war between tie Sltates.
Many friends in this section
always slad to weo him.
Bakery has an advertite


4-'deuuirng of fine
i and Japaneseet-
,~Vswmbodi#4 their
paejptiona in opr lat
ko( rin. Weaves in
ribinwnbof
p4n
om b wltrIl om
wo m am ng atl
0 pelrL mdheSvy
SMsowx gat $Ot1


p,#d~~*W.hwi


ror

and CoTdS

eariau other CoughC ame re
onstipating, especially those cor*
tainlntepiates Kennedy'sLamtive
Cooh Syrup moves the bowel
Ogeatn thieplatee,


Kennedy's



CoughSyrup



"A Cod erw a C oah my lwy
oies o~-rS~mpam --the wtr l
maw to fte e yam e am d threat e




rlve olkd by working them st
tad 0f stpalu throu h a o he




haiE FOOD & a&IID UW

SOLD mY A.L DRUGlISlt.
meat In this bue to which the atten
ment In this issue to whteh the atten-


Uon of
bakerx,


our readers is Invited. This
which Is located to the Hill


block, ast Liberty street, employs
noth aL but the best workmen and
beet material, and makes a speelalty.
in connection with their breads, c#f
cakes for weddlngs and lpeelal oe-
easlons.
R. G. Bas has an advertiemen(
In this issue. in which he tells you
that the Streit Davenport beds and
chairs, of which he is the agent, are
the beat in the world--and he gives
the eason why. Avr. Hasn hba several
different styles on exhibition at the
store of the Singer Sewing Machine
Company, and will be glad to show
anyonee who may come to Investlgate.
Mr. las extends an Invitation to the
public, and If it is not convenient to
call at the store, he will be pleased
to bring eamnple of upholstery, cuts
of different styles, prices and all In.
formation necessary to your home.
Address Mr. ItaxH at 103 last Ms.
sqnie street If you want him to call.

MRS. PONS BETTER.
Lady Who Had Misfortune to be Shot
at Pairbanks Is Doing Well.
Mrs; John Pous of Pairhanks, who
had the misforturu, to be shot by
her ,lrter4-law while the two were
playing with a shotgun whica they
thought to be unloaded a few days
ag, and from the result of which It
became u s ce ry to amputate her
right lower limb. is reported uas et
al g as nicely as possible ander
thi cref manes, although the lady
he motered a rest deal of ptal
The atteadIn physean reports the
eosdltlU ef his patient ood. and se
will reeer In due time.
Ths asecdest was deeply rreH-tt
by the Bumerons friends and a%
qm*dataes of Mrs. Puas, bt aM
mare s thn (the lady Is the bands
oe whoM the s was dlemar'ed.

Altases HelMae to T we
AhIe.vsm mol is sla a SLMte
ate as* a f the bt be mrs.- ..
meseas a them nt. with e rmai
i uthi h a fndlth te a o
O I trm b s l mevde to esry
uaery n the Us wld ates.
The Alrthus m0 ty eam ade
ft bea a t reet md i hew a l,
Spse-ssedoa or s efan sf WaO
er -" mg as me se est am
S- ar he verae. sad ta a -
me p-s than the is "-
re ether euslim of the es#.
M 0 kW w mdd, owhS nM
rsaf a deep s i to thbe"
aof -gotsa.s shipp&dOWP
a J. L war. I --e Te,
a p- a# be hthd pew" a we
Ieo f atsqse. Mr. S eaiw whbI
um 0se 6 040fdWeat"0t
Me" 0 4a be. is vwyf an"
-m"W" eth SerE F su W o
heN aW a ** .mi
sow kdo A a a-ma*


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AT *

Crowds Net es~Larb d For,
art aeeae Net p uy un.
The crowds at the COaUt:acual.
srcssons are not as large as hadl ,. ,
ho;,'d for, but toe Meason i 't Ii
its itfaucy. ad it is antaiipVat ;!.,
the interest sill inereae tnrv, ,'.t:
to C' r.s the program is ver.,
eIting.
.The Bible lecture by. Dr. Alxv.m';n r
Wednesday mornta was fall 1:
tymst. This w4i followed by a ,,,
ture f the School of HeIh ai,.I I),
mestIe 8ieee by Dr. Carly <;,.'iC.ly
and her elr ot.
In t he aflroo the iWhte Rose
OrOhea gave other of U dNlight.
ofu oqaCrts. after which tare w, a
reaAtm by CO0r Mel Patte of (Chi
Oao. The Roee Orcheetr appl'red
agaln t he eveonin, whleb was fol-
lowed by a leture, "Damon And
Pythias" by hard Wilkinson.
The program today will be as rol.
lows:
9:30 a. m. Biblical hour.
10:30 a. m., cbqol of Health aud
Domestic Sckece.
3 p. m. Coneert by Rose Orchestra. ,.
to be followed by Interpretative read.-
Ina, "Arm and the Man," by Cora
Mel Patten.
8 p. m.. Concert by Roee Orchestrat.
reading by Mararet Dell Adams. ioul
lecture "The Preacher and Hill I'iun
by Rev. W. K. Pine.r.
No admIMaio will be charged t tie
morning exercise.
Listen
And remember the next tht" \,u,
suffer from pain--aused by ,'inr 1


weather-when your head in.;irl
bursts froh neuralgia-try Itnl!:Pnl'
Snow Liniment It will cure y'-o A
prominent business man of lihl'ip
sted. Texas. writes: "I have ,-'d
your llaiment. Previous to uasmlt It I
was a Creat suterer from rhoeumivtmii
and neuralga. I am pleased to, :N
that now I am free from theW.s ,ci
plaints. I am sure I owe this to your
llniment" Sold by W. M. Johnstm,.
Goodwin In Polltkie
The friends of J. A. Ooodwin r,..llive
that he i "always into somltlhig,"
but will probatNy tI surprised t, lenrn
that be is about to break Into 1t,
political arena.
It is reported that 4r. U(odw it will
be a candidate for alderman and his
platform will be along tlhi' Uni or
"squelching" the telephone, on the
square, and giving Justice to those
property owners who ha bheen
required to Itve streets anti I t down
ildewalks on the str'ets aluttlioK
their belonging .
If Mr. loodwin makes th, race on
this Diatfortl. them Is little tombt but


that he will be elctue-d

FO R T IN=AT DINNER
w %be lhe fSet mrob~tfu 4.t
uerrer. ~
RVe 5) '4a W 0.
U ru o mrk
muwv!Lo# a ) Isa join if sew u
WOuW. W 4W e w
bei eM is oM vw of


M Onara cti to

UEnlAZU!AII
And Ow hcwky men atn d
am whoI) w s kN&sot*s
te rWI ef the ahurtao to
Os Jadepsu now. I P40"110e
b thamon. otiU*r ('IOdn
*h puu.~to all *- .0
j *5 Vwg itagin @5~
hp8;0Ak D~o~. k Ao.r'' g'.
Alf M* W D9iD9 00 if
~h~m110ag doug 701W

fi!~p OZ O mani.re ,
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m.SEE THIS WONDERFUL BEDG.

W ilvitc '"tr letzi'kuj'to tell at thoSiger oIti*'ll, tu'North 4lsi' 4f
OjuK' VA11It 1'aii1u' thi rv hit lvai'uport l--tin' ot iipt irfowt tt ombiita-
ltlide~ver til-ii-Ato' tht, itbli('. tphaultrrvil t% in Iret ehie"' Iattliet-4141
"tool Fprir hlit -%,Att tutu A lw ki iitlug Ow miet e'ifrlable I wei y' ti vn
iusagilm.'. iThe Stit if ut Iiiluh e. 'r t ohur l." I i a o. irti citr 1'$w. I It t 'ih

The .'Stm-il Slum-ri thair. it Ith fixit r'wt k--imiply wf

cI it I icue lrit--i \v ry roati-mit lcl' i'cIii r't 'u it- n aekiI I,

R. & BASS, Agent, 103 East Masonic St.,

prin-4 atic l III itoriatlemtwvity


Take A Glance at the LABEL!
If )4111 owl.' ttu i -46MIt)SIkillu I I I Ct ld PIlnik" jI-tuIII)toy

THE GAINESVILLE BOTTLING WORKS..
-- tI'IVERMITi lItBRAlD) ---- -- -
Y ,1Ii lly itaa ty T r uir hinst c'ItifI lisl t'4Ilt ittto dirinik. W e im.iit
mIlli r llfiltl I gti I ) 1 18 1 ) hi lt Ib ft rj II. b1 '"'iloto tinet
b sul elriiik iw %01. Mol'ver Ale. IN le it I I rill,
11411141tit i rr alot tntt bit mle. j se. tlar ir i iLl i li ot fc,, Irie'i 'l SA
I ird'r ink J ACK F14 P-I ?h1 I~.t'% a diil p-41114 11";' sh ifS.tittln
Fop~t l.;jarils TvIvaI11'lsl -Iietie'-.- l o f v ..ti'i4si e 'teet ii 1111111, :LW .
F. 0. fIt251IsvIWm Vb. FactrW. kbWLI.


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Thursday Friday, Saturday Nights


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SPECIALTIES
The Fi". Ijo*tL.Rrvtanu-RuaikeI Tri6,: leI'd tiiiI~. tb*'
Istso 10w. ke i.* V*' C im&au iipt[)oamswiell& IfatIHeld;
.Jack I *'rhr I.. ae*m )rMIuatic $iuahqr, Prtamiiting "Tito
Howl titinokwriilvy. Jsqtwh$, tlw Msa tit 11si tY4e~
W4piciartie.s Hie Ov yAct --Chbg Sigd
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Pre .det Gou Mpi of the er
oa of lAbor dwcar that re* e Hwr r TN h aiI
mst aeft b, ? ... htl nmout rw we ofter Oe Hsredi Ders Re.


Ip W u At Iabw orit nu lt ratCtel wArd for ayr cas of COIib that ar
by fth kepubkan tariff. Ilik *the st net be cured by H lrs Cata Cart.
tn. sd therefore labor is mubrct' p. J. CH&LN= a CO, 'edede 0
UWLaw et mpyly*d4demaed reg We. te, j Mierslpod h&ave bew
ban te pe IrF 1. CJ.ee fo tr t 0 st IIt Yeraw an"
bele-. h"him pefeett hrable is all,
Ow hk Sebwlft Poll stSAA tar V ru-'%x w aftlb"4 "4 r-awww.
lowd. a INU vIWable Ut 0arry ot a'":hlgt)le b N-
Uw io tsthe lAeSS b hib WI *.
s5 06 10 soe Itel"Wbl W ALUl"I. KINNA.% & 3M9fQ
Clns POs en M Hall o w't ar ureA T06e 0
1mm. an rl ow auc4 4reb (r tIe0M0O

rwow*me ?&*a* Te by O seIgg
aob


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TTe, Yi The da0le0G."
are publishla
Ae, &-,i of man wthtoh watg
C o_ eked d 9phle a of
peO rf.i unsbwr. thouwandt ff ea telag ag ian pt t
--l---... work In faatertlA .lh a d sedan
.... 4tOt4 their workL*,fere. WA tt ia
Spleasant to rNeod tiht buitaeW ns
improving It does not pay to ,
BOC. foroe such improvaWat by mlasi.
4 TuasaL3so3 ments. T.he ationMal Ohs.B
l wr _published at ltt s"u w 'tb
rb y toty uer ot te 9ad 1 oisatgd the otatf .l
Iketayellw tathe w.sbrp ondtsMi toathat goweat a
"1'*- uta.etri tttn ,wh It editorttl
wer A veWeeskaI.f says: :
_____"Por "o bp lt o
0i*its 6ea. ahie ef ta a wlae factoroies l aro ad .Pus
I"s "rwe. sd : er o reacdditlau t wer clo8s tag r eaurtaWlag
SMAN fm di, ae-kanduetlon dalyad throwing Into
I diy adverrthlag mad.e knaews em My Oe. local

^|llUlft~ro eakIde th4VN A at( thiy.. now It all ad that
oia per., ad btlebw alrl t osdo* o the assess* "atni o peant dof Whda
asey, .sr ma af nm tken aulat of w
lst, Stant *ead eanerul, sad will twas goa o troad them. If an
Itu posrme free, so say rrt of thel rtd xfre or boy wai put to work at
Mfotert Cads, Lc r S te yer-la a dvac o nP to b ddltoom wr t
A SwtMtisag mU bemme due att Ie tipl bd b 1,00 ad the spurt Indi
o tlf *rtiementi, i e oterwims had taken was I nand tsl uaddi lr
IOSteMlt P* f art otlUIw1 e1toM P had b ma, bL not a word d4d
Stso a to P f for edert is''I timhey sa tout the unfavorable phase
06601" L L of the daatioa-l ef whiah was
-; ..- -.. oommendable ad a oredit to th
It I reported that there will be at framers of pubtle opinion. etedsi
eat fouresuldt4t for the otflc, of of the lies puaited took their medletl
Coaty Tlasurer at the coming pr I.n silence, believing that healthy con.
m ~dltons would speedly returnn ad
-- that with their advent th big dailat
B4Ulspbteadent Chanellor's opin would feel warranted In, emergta
a of the' Wanton school board from the An t la Ba ha
rad0 like a gcpulne White House do. Improved mewmat; men thrown ut
ae o. of employment ast ba an slowly but
s~s urely betng called baek to wort
steIss ts is dflkult to the agaai, bt s me of the daie ba
merasat who lSnd sood advertslnga rw themselves and maro ur
dit)*- d the two dieultlUes ae en th carmlty sml t In SU a m
abMt eu l. as cannot fal tq have a bad deet
W661 an mercantle as well as dustrtal
"It' nobody bsttness where the purest. One bua eem io e far
beet it ob," says Secretary Taft. U to a Utrt a fund for tbhe t teIk.
wenily It la't. Whose country i 1a"It aaoconpaylrng ronp pag.f
thanh ow? owlingdaOryo. wLm h wtl
dWabte am caue labor to lose mer
Today's want ads will accomplish mosoe y u than the doeatio hubt
host bo ta lfor and to behalf of e will be able to drum up In a
'bhe who r t tmd them and theo. we."
Swh wll read a answer them. by does the Ass ated Pr
__- and the "hbtOs dalte," whihkbh ppa
ChaIter GLuett, e madened for ma~ R. tlta poliies, try to deoetv the
der, ea0plais that he Is not so bad Peopl a what etually happenatg?
469 .',. atUIy forgi ag that t Ir fe rfot to y, far u tlh itt"e
SraISe t littlaie 4~reee. brgpaperre meernd. that the
view the panic and the present heel-



m of hispolie as before, at the expenseof the people
ThDiel lo do that "Cmrcsta o e ho pay bightrust i a rtR w. Tarf l
rea the ord, atursd of menW" all 8ut he for the y can e r ht ro t
Wrote It the statement hd s become and that is th e tl d thea the orgns.
I r and more true. For advertlg o te projected i interest aretrylu
ha cow to the aid of man Isprope but It
o0a + of .l. pollete. Iu la 0 at the oape eof the p-eo-le
who pay hllh trust ptn' ,TUa, It t





.. twtteeat whihkb he objects to the
If ya walt te tmht "Ctreliableto pla In tao heoy r way atht e'rpt
m the m rttlr of men." 8loau W for the many a the rllet both a
wrlmo It. the statement ha become sad that Is the Issa, that the orpgas



Wme a40d mo true. Pr advolfeBthlol ok adm of xctod Itla rat. Tlt
4a0. uaee. to the iaid o p man o 1e hLs to o a .navy aptaraty ot a
=-ty Ia *- sto" et u nta tem t la hrllb oy obthet to tu i
Itf O wtar t the most relied by pipt f oa p lhr .m r~e t
nter timerat tetari. a o t l the nit ed a tiee wSear t
T ie myor om au Onblm dyLiaa iperta ft t urT to e iH>artt a



reaged bese be wa eupe etoed to s a eemsw b ery l e olat. i T @.
ktss the brdeshe a marred. He also flmg rtal vo te mae latest Judietl
ilt IL ba oeMa r t his oarM .me iti .oal r the a1 t _of
oeoby aya ger m -pe r t e a known ?r* s.

of ont tomtl om dtomea. wwet, rfu er ad a
W. vast of Island Oro'e Coluber. anoth er ia lm a mat
I a eaeadMIseo tr Ow *y Ce mlsehto aaa eptared aMther Amater fur"
arisosw f orm D No. It. Mr. 'ta- with a wu attached.
Avan t Is weU qbe uaed to perform the | he ... g' ...
dattee of the e sa. atd premites t The taueei a 1 the pay of member
t lthfUlly do It elected. Hs an. i the eaedtret atd -O ad a

aaraemeno t will be found a today's sa'leseo- r pie to feulto I a es-


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ktI tah, [tb ., $4*;i 4 bor th
he lmo id yot eei M are as
Wenationr bos t tht r ort a ro
a ti about the b0stab f M al
i'thby ave thyltr .hc*as ad dia
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01of- ualtien ttrs t 0r
f aotmr oI't a seteta le. ao
Sdais wrk aOd bve lotes th
o bl l tuat elute fdult otro lyg,
HAD(4 Omploya hlls awrn oa h19 Job
't l rhim .wUMat botttaton; but
i' j|akr e himn 9l that his bet of-
tf pet &app &ti Thbarwe
t poeoplilo Std bolt and the
*ftb world weI a bt boot that is
stlyP leady to kok.
'Ma" every imploye n your oon-
oom 1, that the bas to bak of
d,>t Remember that every word of
Mntraement to worth dollars and
Stoyou.l B your m on the
back and don't Mnd hM on the job'
folna like a spanlkd child.
Qpoernor Hluhe of Now York has
Wetbl, Irish, foteh, a ltolsh and
Duteh blood In hto eai. How dot -
he popem to got the erniA Votoe?
If the seve-miate partlin kiss be
aames a fashion hb will people evr
be ble to gt th tr t ais tinme
Oklahoma's ladin Is ato0 r dom't
mad sbhootins arrowa rigst t the big
ohieb eo the Senate.

D0 YTU OT VP
WITH A LAM. BACK?
KIdMy Trouble EakN To" istatbl
AlMNtet everybody who read the news
pam ls sure to know of the wonde
S curse made by Dr
a J IIYKllmsr Swam
S'oot, the great kid
1ey, liver and blad
dier rewmdy.
S It th~areat aed
ical triumph of the
i neteenth century
dic veda dlftcr ycan
of ci nfc research
S by Dr. Kilmer, thO
m* i" einnt kidney amo
bla.ldelir specialist, and is wPndelerfull
Auctesfull in promptly culng slane lck
uric acid catarrb o the bladler at i
Right's blsew. whloh is the worse,
fonn of kideyv trouble.
Dr. Kiluter's 3warp-Roct is uS rtee
ommailded for everytthma( htif cu have
kadnev, lier or bladder tronblte t will be
towl'just Uthe ruwedy yo" prSd. It hma
Veen t-ted In so mrnay vNay. ju ht'pital
work and In rivate pnttic aad Mh
'proved aomaccesful in every cas that a
special Iarran tbat e b dee % made b
which a1l nwad of this paper, who h. '
sot already triad It, may have a mamp
bottle sent fre by nuialso a book till.
inm more abuat Swoamp.-Rat.sad bow t
ladaot if yoahave kidney or ladder tro.
bs. Whm wriati nautioa realin.i t
iaenerousr ie tr tI e paper 4 l ayt
edJrssM toDr. KUlmer
Co, llmgauatoe;
.4. v. The mtilPr

g, lood durutst Oa't .ak
say mist an, t remenber the l.
IwamptReo., ) % lners wa. let,


-At JACKSONVILLE-


Now Open Daily, 10 a, m. to11 p. m. Admission 25c; Cildren lOe


BEACHEY and His AIR.SHIP-Daily Flights.
HORSE SHOW, Feb. 17 to 22 -See The Standard
Stock Farm exhibit and 100 other horstes on exhibition.
LIVE 8TOCK SHOW opans Feb. 22-See Spring Park Parmethlbit and
1i0 egber ,et'ris PNe So1k, Cat, Bird, Poultry, Pigeun and Dogll ow, leb.
11 to Is. dead In aeries.
MANY FLORIDA TRAIL 8HOWS-BoItock's Aolmaes, tSrota Viil
le, &Cqoly Vilape and 0 outber reas show. Free Fireworks. ea It
Aete weally.1 Splr l Rat111w Eeraeli R t s. ceo aselt.





I SEABOARD


Air Line Railway


SAVANNAH, COLUMBIAO, OAMDEN0 SOU.
THERN PINE, RALEIGH, fUOHMCRLr
WArSHIGT'ON, BALTIMOBR1 PH.-
ADELPHIA, NEW YORK.


Three Elgant Trains Dally

"SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITRED'
"SEABOARD EXPRB8" 1
"SEABOARD MAIL,"


Modern r'ullman Equipment

"se nShARDrl) TLo:,ulA l4YlTjCjv-g POUllma
1sb6 fS LAwlAfe an Jtkon i ll to rw 'york VI
W~Ias. tble lag Car I' I& cart rvice Double
Iftsg- 9tb 3t'efa and Otwt"Atjoo Car. Leve
1: a. aLL W IJ.:-'kjekntvll 12 55 s a ly. ineda
VV I lahr Linmh sadsepreo a R-w
Seam4b9vWdjanrm 0 N

IL & ODVLSTOK i AmosIj M.W f
A&AN goVu


SA SORE CURE "*j
aL ttCin .IIAu JOl

AN ANTiSTIC that rtops Irrtton. bdue asI-
ale" a dir dlvesb P
PENT= a wh the PoI w pensudd tho Fibros TINar







am Isa, msa, which elected a comlste. ae I|
have Siousead it for old sores, frost b tes ad k
e raptioa. It dos the work."

'TH SIZMS:25 3c, S0o and $ .00
SBALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.
LST. Lamu 0U. SIT.



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SvTATE NEWS IN BRIF ME "


4V., The latest enterprise at Bartow is., the marker revives and better pr es
Pai t factory which will manufacture prevail, fully one-third of the crop
all kinds of house paints, and antici- will be lost by dropping off trees.
pates a large demand in Florida.
The home of J. R. Hewitt, about
G Oa ne new pipe organ has just two miles out ofr Oala, destroyed
ns talld in the Baptist church by fire. Miss Hanna Rawls, the
A D Miad4 at a cost of $13,000. The mother of Mrs. Hewit as in the
Man was dedicated last Sunday. house at the time, suf all from a
stroke of paralysis, but removed
: The Postoffie Department cautions from the house very co bly. Our Work WM Bear Impe l
public against cashing money If yon in t1e iI of catUnt l t the finest
e ler for unknown persons, as a W. N. Fisher of Philadelphia is in tuaterial- I nrr work a the low cIhar"
gang of swindlers is operating with Tampa seeking a suitable location for W mke,. hlc,., ta wn i ae I e it o prove
stolen and forged orders. the establishment of -a colony of t, ut alyr im'hr nt in mihakn.
Pennsylvanila people. He wants a
* The annual Catholic fair in al trict of 2.000 acres and proposes to i I'Qr .on 1 Il lT. rit1t Iork is 2k pl
wAugstine last week nettedI the Idies look over various sections of the Statea, :, t, I til Pin
Augustine last week netted the ldleNwhe4n
over $1,000, which was pleasant sur- to secure the most available point for I.)I K, .' hIr r hlers ant
praise to Father Foley and all the bis purlpose. A.m' i, ii ,,rtl t lo-st n. rt ipink.
ladleswho aided in the work. Henry Linton, a farmer living four ir(iI ,ll II oil for I l:ll I urp~m is
miles from Wewahitchka. was drown- Ne IurV 'ul4t I 1'yli.1r ".'&k lte.
The E. L. Potter Amusement Co- ed in Lake Chipola. He disappeared IIit im i I. thtt afr v a (nold
pany of Daytona is erecting a country from his home over two weeks ago aro. t
club house, baseball park and oolog- and every effort was made to locate ai n rt, erti i the .
cal garden for that town, and hopes him, the search proving futile until
It'. %%% *ti .v.u Anttrialf. ., oir work
to have 'all completed before another recently, when persons walking along hl t ,tl', II, h protl, Mhehtern Meth-
season is on. the shore of the lake noticed the "-tlp, l .1a ny-t li l| ith a f~'rA to 80
Swn young head of a man sticking out of the per fetll Iter thltan other dlntilta'
Johq O' ry, a well wn young water. Investigation showed it to be I (I N.~ B. LA)(MAR ,lran,, ,u t io te your o it advantage
man of Jacksosvlle was arrested in to r on. FolertIlk?
that city on a charge of embeasting the body of the lost man. Candidate fr (ItI ~ td States euate, I \i1ll Ad- .' ~l tmprat, i nI r stium fo
$89 o m the Southern Expres Com- dress l eople in Gainesville Today. whl. wlln colors pate ,lt and otwh In-
an. He was an express messenger MELROSE NEWL strilnt 14 steliald tforu and aft
between Jacksonville and Newberry. r evr l' ratifim.
SMelrose, March 4.-Rev. T. R. HIGH SPRINGS NEWS. soon extingu hed the blase. The
The metng l w e of Bridge.s P. E.. was In charge of the dam e w1as slllht. .uI.. PaWu Etrati.
The meeti% dumt coed wa sle o
the largest sadniOJustsuces oneof arterly meeting of the M. 3. Church Throe New eys Phesented to as Many Mrs. Stevens and Miss lkora Rteven s
the large ad enest sueem essl seri held here Saturday and Sunday. All Happy Pathers. of Troy, Tenn., mothUr and slatcir of Gainesville, 1 6
of relic events Tamp a has evert had, s service were well attended, the S"is .^ 1 eS L -' !
crating ntee terest r serv were well attend High Springs March 4 -lHorn, to Mrs. J. I, Neal, after a pleasau t vit This Is to otify that I had
S ert and t c g some re o day morning congregation betg very Mr. and Mrs. S. I'l. r, o bn Fb. ia High 8prlngs, haie gnle to (Ialtn)(, a plate made by Dr. Oe. O
S wha wU make the Tampa ay tra r se. 3 o. ville, to be the guests of Mrs. L. (' Waldo and that sme Is poer
an edingly popular onee. The spWg cleaning of 1am aos Born, to Mr. ad IrA. R. J.y.Putch. ly satisfa etry. His work le
aL looh popular onet. tery s Met for Mah th. All are In-h so highgrade In every respect and
IoM toT S Mr. =8 rs W.C.Sum aHt. aI mush lower priceWei
-vited to help in the good work. l to Mr. d Mrm. W. Bum Inoae Patients kspe. at a mees lower pri0 than
It Is aid that at Oveids there are Mrs. Leach of Philadelphia, Pa., and mere on March p llarlotte. N. C., March 4.--4Fo usually sherged. A. L. COUON.
ntagalicent orange groves yet laden Mis C. Canty of Fredonia, N. Y., are patients. confned IN the ward for the
with ripel ruit unmarketed, owng to new arrivals In town. The Distric Convtion of the violently insane at the Western 8tate
the. low pre oterd. o" and unles Several of our cltisen have shown Fifth District, lnilghts of Pythias. hospital at Morganton, meapod Mon .
Their public spirit by setting e ak was held here Monday 1110t. March day nlght by wrenching the iron bares It
their public spirit by re ettin out oar 1. with the High rllingl n l o No. from a window l the ward. The P trains l ab sa N.
trees on the streets Murrounding their isSkM |
properties 51. Grand OChaneatr LC. Lynch tient are all men. and Mra mperat ... .. ...
Miss K Mpert sell has retuod from and District lDept)p rand Chancellor characters, and warattln have been
0. P. Morris of (lanesvillle were pre.s sent out throughout the country that
a please bont visit atwill be H.n at te r's t. besidesother prominent Knights the people may be on their guard. A
A box supper will be given at the the district. A grand proegrani was ~ ,p e of ten mi have. thus far, fall
town ball on Friday. March 13th, at ed to prehend them.DM
6:30 p. a., for the benefit of the Ep~ carried through, tftr which a inul, ed to apprehend them.
:3 . o t b e ot. tuous banquet was served.
copal Mission church, followed by a tUOUh banquet wam s ed..
dance at the Huffman House. All aje The High Slrllgs mlnstrel trelt.1 UNHAPPINE0 DISPELL .W i a
cordially invMed to attend. played in Alarh :n lFridayy niIht t, a -
The new boat of the Melrose and Ilrge and apireit ctve. audl-iucre Thu) Bad W eome lIwtalse ee" AbFRe Tt.
Waldo line is now being calked up by are mi by comil,, 'et crlties t oequnal to be pomorton wecep a l other a.ce mnas
a profeuslonal calker, Mr. 8. Smith, if not exeel. the hi'at of Irofes'4lioal* niaeest trwe es have become Ithn and4
whoee work is watched with much I. The p ber ofthe tt a faded. a me ya I. line i rotansty Flurnittire ld on F
terest by many visitors. The motor- fololwo: Ray W'oherspooi. manager, boae the bi teh through tIe ths Fhs llilti OW o a
Ietto O r am s I oe Pu,- ,1 APylllOllto, Shlow Cam
engine made by the lBrenan Mana. i il. fltcE, h. II Quartorman. W, WN Ito tho abw rbl of bh ssens. m Made to rd(er. Repairing
Sis train Company, of Syracuse. N. y.., Dayto,. Ben Wil.., Willie Hall. leto' that Newbre's IIrplT4. has be"s
Is ablady Installed, and the date og Hib Ba ekshear, T. B. Osteeo. J. e p isIup mae t. Thi eis *ew a pecialty. e 'o on Coa-
Tha a fire-engine when your launching wil soon be et. d,* Miss Stel ealey. Miss Maud Io trb te t rm w o k mrobe that
bo i on it r. rad Mrs. A. A. McRaeas hv m Toasi, UI e Marth eUdlWl. The to a o all Of hSair do.
house is on fire, because it in.- semal r n mss.. "t., woere ..W n0 w.a the to.t auw mot PoP,.Ts* X1 oa now d ." 8Wh n 0CON8
stantly amre the entire value west o uettemd the weddi a t M I r p tees ad as 1 the s. w m e rnata i w
sOe nse mass Me. a t. oR f o * d i *k te trhi s uo te so. ma eutva u it .I we T8 1 W. am US.S s eta es r.
of your home-that is, when Wauehne. a. as.. fase was ba's oes.. ss thoms. **mI 55*5, e 0t. e& bd ht
.e a eBoWdAsraneewho1Us, a0 w
your nno is penned upon it u. l r ar, ru ,i,.I. .aA le __ -A -. a1
fav D id h torite. Hw may friM de nds oad t wes found thet 'Willisas' Ie arid ,
str on pollbye 0for. psbegt was is Iaep. The prompt Tm Gm-M egat min SUS, s
.s_ the many veiateer rmems U. S bl"hMe o 6 C ometsi AgsSea
SF Allee I*veIlW Wedia -- -

ia the be at CIPIU.* WIUWWtrwdl the inasisof hIstory. UIMSO has wri TATauggn oP oSNelI@W OP
ag sladid di o dMg bles. flew bere sebuowledged the wrms o
as yer het I at n sat7, tbh hNyr regulators. A poudv ,a H
'e r ISwl t enasanoTHE ANS lps heATION maAL BAKa. ls
J. C. rmh Ltte rrk.~ A, Ward I OP OAINSOVWILI o. PLORIOA
"herbie's l** sed v AT TSHS CLO0E OFP ISINUM PtISUARY 14, l19.
see haews. Neve wad Y Igr gapg
Itr es the work." So1 by W. 2 T3ll .I TI S
Jcss. - Lm **......... .**......... ,.11.C CAPITAL ..... ... ..... .. .'"O,
ons i A*ei*Sm,, e-r--we- c- a s .................. I kn.........* .... ..... 4,"-


An b v of II All uM .f the am p, a m mBest0 AMdUov"P#Au............. 6 7
at is0weioch Friday mom Nmh 00090900*e p **e e *- SS01 vOhl ...*..*.. 0 0IO .O
Inkh. l3r, atte wan
Geluesvilio. Aft rvme he **0*a 0 @ 0 9 a 00a A3h0in .A.0.....A0U U
erder W.H."JTC. C =OUR=

tmadw. 0 &moo.... US,70a Neb.. D aS1TS a

FLORISTSJ PrU.w6.iiyM. ii m.
P'IwOr br sadr u. iuPOsrn.... 0
MsI mmusslews $&*him armm e .L TnrWlw.. 76^640M
at R k cNoum cm emm16 h Vowo 00 SM&0~
: CnI Aft" so pass. em W" aft LOA Lo(
-~r he Fim md l~ma~y -4.-nl~
Therissw aw te-k. r"Nows AM
-a go Tbw*'* a,. S)wYot bem. o I /ub
1 4'A 1040444 ( cror&Ihiw oil 0o OAlI~IY~.
ofW bj IWI do oo -bi4 PwW 0" diuambe$ swo@mo
bo i Im gte eM ana thW UbfaU o us e miv ab"
OR to" bm bC Mm di dlo f st", wW g W id t&
Lit cr~ rUI1Smdm ww no mW mom* Liom 0w bM d@NM M vubh &
room& OF W P arr lrr













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talslol. WaistWorks ft-
B.B Elus, 0 ,610,. o F
~SN.1,oalseevlise hwudv,
g/l~~QCh &Oo. P111; A. T. Ke
*~~0F; U. P. Wllflaum,1 $;
al m$,31.26; I
s"o 701.00; SL Thma
~~ste" *th mralfor S*.To,
W46 ftor mx and
ad tar vow m mate 0fleeedo
WMreceved and ordered
of reduction ad t""
I I~d psrow W" r nftr
Ibb r so cm OW MI1I1
Josm eM u rlry nd I X: a

io IS" the" light cmmt
fta lUMtVAt Wh

"NOW at Mrs. Itroeeg, was aso
", Md the dOhm Ord"e placed
so' ps"boller -at water
eadordered u91i.
vplioq moved thatw th


Wm ics i


s moed to adjoour
ah at 7:U p. a
carried.


A HOME.
Wil.:wll eIn d.gnt
woeSLibety.
KO*wir, chemit at the
Volnot"-rWith hus
i*t bat wIt the~ dty'

00 oio 0t
;Mtir IONbu'
;1ip..eto7 h anthe
"; thisbh o aw hem

um wof r swneeat
OeW this WHIlbe eMS 01
~Imtht see" mOf
dIt totdo *wow,,


wing


Growing girls need care, advice and
especially on reaching the age of pub "
mother's tender care and words of catil a
often accomplish wonders. As for medi
gentle, safe and reliable strengthening tUnRi
Wine of Cardul,
It will prevent and relieve pain, reWUta"1"
functions, clear the complexion and str
the constitution.
It is a valuable medicine for growing girls. It
has tided thousands over a critical period, .tt
savdd them from years of suffering. It can ne
do harm and is sure to do good.
A relief or cure for all female disorders nlllgir l
and women.
At every druggist's In $1.00 bottles. Try It,


AMWWI sp under this head. not
will be publish.
w ~' 'Ieek toIn the daiy,
eat e time a week ia the seomi
t ra"to a "lo a tst WOW' l0 ow oantll the DmooraticI
iremdy f ~nt opoemNmo primary .LMay 19th for $10; after AI
*fmr.f / qrm io m pma April Ilt atwill be .$. Cash
Ma. mst lserdpIA the annonocement nl
e ev t ery Abstreet of Title uad full informs
Iommuealetloa of te CAty Attomre, poERlpp maner has lid in tbun oiounty M
regarding th bill for work on Puat At the OsIaM lolltation of many
fuels t^^v^ ^1 the ounty, l a a E]. E .
Mla trt be received, an thea th lol tUmo 4 ato Ser, I &
Board of Public Works be authorised Alahbs eMutNr, Msbject to the ato m
to rewoelv the cheek of DIOoet for of the prm y eletoItm. It eo I PIRE, ACCIDENT, SURC
oane4id eot of street ad make the m Ue thd eP tlrt I wll serve R-- Res entir a number of
them fnaiLth amd ImImpartIlly.
payist. for onethird du In one th h at .mSYar. Real Estate and City Lc
yr, and for the remalnla l onoathlrd ---
due Ia t wo Iamr. Notion oarrld. PON OUNTY JUDGE.
Upos motion of Alderman Bl O I respeotfUrLouno mselORDA a
sadift hto 9sr eslctlon as County EbTHXl 8. JORDAN.
the A committee was authored to Jd. j I t vote of all D
ptrehas two horses and fie hundred oarate ast l ary on May 1th,
etst of hooe. Ad 5 MWl le and elected I will
Al neh di that th of the olce to the
Aldermea Baleb moved that the of y aggly with the same Ira-
stet eommaltt be requted to nad hat characteried my
out the cost of two mIle and a th gae la the pst.
wa ad Wport to the Council. t MAON. IN S
Meo"aid. Po n COMIMIcIONEn.
AldKra Tidal moved th te I anunoaMe myself a
eand rot reweleotim as County PORTER BIOCK
Ao- fromn District No. 6,
duties of the 0o00 In the f-
taore as l the pa...ad sell th. F're. Life and


HAT ARE


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lob of Iacut in akiag rwm you buy *We.
., h.aIs u, o gtS.1e a* utd owas4 k" t u Dour.
ba ud as O a W&$L 0C~L We d" ow your9
asa Geugla Q~uaE Wei da r

low
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VnW orI 7 M uIow-monrutsrw. e- -.- - -M N u. P *
, 7ly J. P. TOWNBEND. ....-..
I repetfully ounce myself S. MERCHANT& CO.,
candidate for County Commlissloer
from Distrtet No. 6. If elected I prom- Retr ad
Il* to give my faithful attention to Retileriand Jotben to
al the duties of the oaFe ad serve
the people to the. best of my ability.
I sllet th votes of my fellow-Demo.
W. F. AVANT.
Island Oro"e. March Zrd, 1908.
Sr._ ......Gra". Ila, 6ardn Seed and Fertlizers.
POR MIISIR SCHOOL SOARD.
I Mesdannmmoe myself a SOUTH SIDE QUARS*, r OAINESVILIL. FWLOa
OceaIi sletio ntI u a member
of thl ul Btord froam Disatrit No.
L, a bi Mtod pltee to .erve Highestl market prie paid for Chiekens. Egs and other PruOag,
y oeastiltos with the ,same fith- ,
flushes as I hIv eudad to rVe Oompr ses.oo ofHt Coorn, Oats Flomrt Bria mlCOot on l Mealo
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-0- THE JOSEPH ZAPF S
o MAAL Jacksonville, Floridal
aI tbee W I .eH The Bost Kquier and LIrgest Liquor House in the at
to be heM em I1 dar ot April.
19. I P1 p i eleret to endeavor ThTe PrieM Do Net include Ix. The.s Prices include hIg1gaing^
to o d the 4Mit requt t by the ordi- proe Char ge. If you want us to pri-
aaf as 8ear as I pOedbly ca-. and pay add M follows: I Sal 50oc Il F rrt IAn R.... ..
I oidlt the ee of al law-aidlg k. e 4 gal. 11. il n ye ...... ,
eitte s. Re IPectfly. *C. oc. 4 l. l. a t u )hla.nd .I ...... ,,.
CHA PINKOOON Eltra star R). ................r 1 4t ,n Lly .... a S
-I a ti ..o aIWe ar e ot K ye ....... ....... 1 ;, Jim flu(kn rT Rye...... 4* 15.M
I taem thie t of at ons 0 eden Rye ............ ............ .r county ...... 4 I
My fa1MWac fotre1 i4on aa Citt 0 manIud Rye ...... ..2. ve 11 am .1gT
Mareal at the dete AprUl 14th M Iaad Moe m............ aly .......... SM
Igeo I a, e etavured to p r s ;.................... ;. ......I...
My dty vt1 htm *A et i ad Beo aprhiS s............ I \' l Harer........... ..
W 1d 800061114 the O t Of I. n W. Harper ............... .,, i ak .............. .
1tse1 ai t.e rO .. t ....... ...... n w ............. .e .
loo t i 6 i TIe N ti MalhWiske I............ : to .
the U ears as nt the pa Teakino Nh W lsipy.', o . .. .'*.. .............. so ...
S fr at appot, a1d eM i Gohia .or .......... I '-,l Cluh......... u .
ywrTo% Jat e T-eeea Cornf ............ Io0 i, Al*o prIas ( SerthV t OC at io rn ..... .. 5o t.I rll ...............
IWI inp ARNOW. ga ...... 3.t0 J :. Pepper ............ So
IT Om .J. & Mat........... ... ....... 4.
Sthe Vo O aleter-4 oa tah aellhd OI ............ ,l 0 to .e lr N...........* .
thI mtha at y M Now zCl.ad R-. Usk7 to is Ar Na ......... soo
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L Mery 'eof" et almeIevlle High
,euheil 14e Iin Meeting.
The second st nd of the Gainel
tlos HuIb ".d-l Utersry Society
wa bei La the auldtortum yesterday
'atthaoo a t 1:%s, and all those prws
eat enjoyed the ale program, wbhh
was both entertaaing and lnstructve.
The exercte opened with the roll
il, and all members responded with
potations from Byron, after which
-i lodbwi program was nicely ar.
iM oat:
S~:4 t Byron-Earle Kelley.
,i"." *e-"That Necessity I the
of Invention." Affrmative
SBaker. Ida McDonald; Nega-
e, Alexader Harper. Julia Bunch.
a I ltaloft-Dallas Bowers.
ma>yl-Sam Minso-u .
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ORDER
Caused by the
the continual
Shen the blood
6ltgr .he infammatlom
0,4 OllB an aclravatin
P '( of appetite aid
4i 4'. .BdY become d4l
tthe kidney
t through the
9tatrta inmates in Cos.
a -M t be treated owh
imwb.- S. 8. S. *es
MI matter and at th
60 n d attacks tbq
I I circulation, M4
td of Impurity that is
k. as rich, pun
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SNepper--Dalton Rosborough. MIIL VULETAWL c169%I44uI uluy g
T debate was well discused on symptoms r r. i. .n ha
bosh ides, and almost every point so ls a Ice for thIa47. g c ilb e ire citculart a
and iore the damage done b Ctlhat a Cat-,tr. and any
possible was brought out. So closely s -" s i4t I1 bC( A TLA GA
Se. 144 .arh*, 2= omnnVC .;*ATLANTA<, OAl
was the mubjet debated that the _____
dges0 were unable to render a decdi- --M.IAN. =N.... "'lr .,
l, for ether side. All showed their OUA ,DIAW_ N0TICL. ,. ,-
abilty as speakers, and we all agree Notice I hereby give that after
with Henry Baker, that Earl. Taylor oublroet hereIonce, a week for
6 genuine. Why? Ask one of the ed sucdes iatends to make iap De
members of the society. tic to Honorkbl HI . Mason, Coun.
REPORTER. ty J1ud of Aladhu county, Florida. * * ....
___.__ at hti omce at Oanesville, Florida. for
an order n conformity with section
SA Baby I16, General statutes of lorida. to. Of*e over OGatOevllle Natlonal flank
Should be sunshlne in the home, and ell the eight, title and lt rut of Phone o00.
William N. Barry, minor, in and to
ill be i you give It White's Cream the following described lands, situate,
toermulfe, the greatest worm medl- hItn and bet i the county of Alach
idI* ever offered to suffering hu. us, Sate of IForida. towit:
i-naty. This remedy Is become* Lots I and 4, Block 40, Town DoI. ALD ARAN 4 PEARO.,
S r .wen Newberry, a described in deed record.
g the permanent ,xture of we*d on page. t, Book 41, Records of i .
rejlatd households. A mother, Alachus county, Florita. D 2 TI 8 .
with lMdre, can't et along without Lot 8, Block 20, Town of Newberry.
lte of Wthite's Cream Vermtue Northweet quarter of southwet
t te. i dter. ectioo 381, Township 8, Sout 04h. OWr1 I A; Co's SbN
i t boeR. t r tho purt and abe 1 ePate 3m als G tr ile, 1 i.
medicine that mona y can buy. Sold Bouthweet quarter of northwest
by W. M. Johnon. quarter, section 20, Township 9, south.s
Range 14. east.
SA u AU that fractonal rart of th eA tAt MATttOn AP BAXTERR
IR PD0PATCH, ......southeast quarter of the southwest Al M AT ON & BAXT
quarter of Section 34. Townhbl 9.1 ATTRtW3VflAT.TAW,
1T 0 PiWenl t eat to t e rote south, Range 17. east, lytn n ath of,
S sHaMtlon of WiBaiHm elek, of the J. & 8..W. railroad contalninug OLIOITOgI I! CHANOI RT.
Kaa- to be later to Guatemala. 80 acres, by estimation.
-- year The southwest quarter and their
8. Vau oead, or srl ye sn outheast quarter, ecti 10. Town-a .
pt mua r the Atlita o of ship 10, south. Range 16. eas. GAISVILLU, hua Co..
e We tera Uaio Tetegraph %o mpab The west halt of lot 10, In Block I 0 e In Hapsans Blote.
has a Ielgd, to take leet Iaeb 5, Town of Newborry; which said
1 Hll smeseosr ham not yet ben half of sald lot a subject, however,
r n" o Y to a b otrxW dated October rd,. 9. 00
sd M ad recorded on page 452, ofortause T. B. LLIt, JR,o
Dr. Jat e Teaole Porter, of the Book 34, Records of Alachus county,
tfelty o the Radop-Maeon W Florioda.
nwa's college, of Lynebbttl has aN Sa i and exoptlng te the fore AIOBYUI T.AT.LAW.
i am~ att &* Wfit d to "aopt 840loinS described land those certain
ce at te d deci to plots of Brry' Addition to the Town of
th d eai Tph es d u1arom at Newerry, as per Oroxton's survey. Gauru.a, * roam
.h, Sa ulTyerty of Tanesee. towit:
T- h tapo m" t and care of "Tbe Lots and 2 thereof, sold to W HR.. ... ..
rmeltage," the old home of AndIew Howard. asg er deed on paes I S,:
is2 e oBookt *7. Records uf Alachua count F BID.I AD BA IZI,
Jac son, I Tnmsee, is prore i~orls.
e in a bill wbhi) was peaod by the Lots I and 9 tnereof, sold to Rich. ATTORN LY AT LAW,
Dated States senate. For this pur ard Jackson. as per deed on page $17,
pose m i# appropriated to be paid of Deed Book 70, Records of Alacinoa G6UAimsvu.i Flo
o e t Ladi RStage assoattift. county. Florida. -
; ,Lots 10 and t1 thereof, sold to I. .
Omear Lae wa appointed a re walker, as per ded on page It f 0 anl your Sity (Ciao
ever Ia the RobRt Ftl PIg C r. DIM d Book 7. Recordse o Alaknm S i
teel and Cke company, of Ctedla caty. Florida.~ .
a th, 7T*e aelst was brought by aSS sad Mt tUWO'O m tea oS le.
S ett Pie prwiM e t e weon a re m ent t sm -d a
pap lM o .. -'. ~ ml t'' -MI -- InW--^ 'r^Mm J 0>I1BI I
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iT S n 6 m-Ium n u- th fahAm oA.f Wa -es, m n nto1 ef A v A? tLAW
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Steamers CITY OF JACKSONVILLE', and "FIREO'K DE$ANLT'
aft.appointed W sail as fo'lowes LavLiiJA( KmINYIILN, 4d11111e#20*1
baturdayd. IS p. 4 so. o it* uriluim, Iait kT V b iA6 B, G ly
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AllN ILTO WALO
3: 7 e'iS0 ad Doium.s u sa
rmh.' The pike some grocers change their
aay rSol __ e1111000 todr mak~e moot
day WW 4 QapturU, U. D. c, will nol. W4 doake Oro-
hM u w rarw momthly neas is at but we .sellou the
th os f r. cqb aa.. wi ,'J:ks= etfor the money,
U0 boiwof NM.josook abasso sat i
M X floolaft stree !U I odock ouhllWtwith a fair prodt. Well
SW N. Phasaw street, h* Slru o R, bt. b~prrit,Do noru do better
th ttej*at whichtime a l thma ls: (1 (X)FFEE" 2(k
AUMANN* 16, *WK4- per- M- 6?ANOY TEA, 8&r per
:46 lr- -J he uL0tors to this00 1i1 i t., Ac. 1
Teesby 'W. A. GSVlskisai
WP. W. Affm Ill" shuft Cbmettal. roftow 'Vrbo came 0111 b" Yt Emm Mr. I
so adow" iow atriek4 is e of toeMie t ins"seo
Prift 1r01111mu pestlta. l .1, is, 1. t hw stu iheMs" "A two-weeks aoseason
P Q beisesaLof et d areto oret OITINENTAL
Arw qrmi ire a I of boealrii=6 pless SE to yourEAAl
W. IL Wqft,,W ArW IkU a Ilia& 1 01 'iuo N'q w at ad "d ;;;Jbyp the pmchae. of aST
.l.S6 tf h *u macmg 9r*eMft4SS S 1 and 4 .a#t Wi" tUme ask et sieWde square, RESTAURsur
those W10"Aw"Purft Is Ab oft. I VA hs 0 to Am t)o b" C. A. C*Iligbh left yieterdby for
Labwl 640so -r iS at *f t O W411114 where howill after his ground Fleer-Next t oNdsib
sIIee.S Seeo ie .rove broqts o for bU snext two or Cnvenlently Lated ot ft'b
0"; s1ft *04ioeik W is p btiliof C11118a1.1106116
is, Crewlori 515ud omrbn tbnth jays. Mr. Co~mh owns one
I~YI(O ~I~irlj&O I (of the bademlt wCbilis. t that mv TE-Rj
0absergh Oe will be owTbusa. OYSTER Stue h AL KND
slow21111do UmJr..T.Me.FSl-ThefinsnewCoALL KINDS SERVED In ALL STYLISH
M bisrhas we Ili Ih &n now u being osd atthe Chonutauqua -
qwe is -Iasi bIf vidt ti bue .eess In the TabsrnIe will be'
issq*. a J. IV*. SOW7S, qSaid atWanhWgslm, and e torr Choi e Steaks and Chops, Drip Cofee
o. 0. Gob 1 11".,itusOd fbollsa H it ieir44 atl the*in luiWe1 of the lDevilled Crabs.
kW eeWtu to Welb is tne ) Cmutaupa seam., Apply to 9. R. We employ one of the beal "chets" in
ww"* of-As volbo,ftmlwq ago r Iom ---- ----- te bu~necx -no boy or Inexperienced so*..
4--------- Fu- --- --e ____-WoT eea___ T ea bent cIuipod o t reetw I
Wt asp L I theOIbealYr. It you vwnt real oooong by a AS"
IL Q0MRmF ot rst mmmCOOK WHO Ky"IW His BUIURMM.give VA a
as.Qlb em MW as D- anythxbln the market alords you a" IM,
a gwd ,pt his se, ..gLesC~ks, out a. a114vt""ll We do not Pomlre somettUt for nosaw,
Veetoo K)Il. mi 10 1, Is o" ft I but somethlng ?or Your money.
C, D~~~Wrl dAlob CT Iboloe~o ~r l10 k R rwt bbe RWULAR M( EAL*s. Sipclai rates by W
C. D. ).Wfed 409 Am was" Intheward MO* mA111 un412 O fr ll" e uislaefor 11 cs. tentle men d 910
sits OS hoeishlr T ai. N'. Weed *O u anthe Sresi, Away free Dit at dren.
is a 1s"mbsr 0 the 0rA mat 4i1em1ma sUtl o nse. 0Mn 1 01 111 11" use Q""-I all ___
a W"ed, 1e1aut1 mea 1114111I Il eaits h 5 lserf I
A *111Me Ow Palft-Dr. do" fthnSist owemim.M s N ro
r rlet m M W"Pst~. dwe" Uns, 1 M-- OrOysters preitfd asd cooked properly. gless No Norton
it au nt~ewd" A hbosehoU MEW WANTED-ILP. oi
ftaR. ant oia hrerot ted.
,y In A 2W X V-L WAMWi.P-A WhlN weM Sm to do cqolk- Ady deired ca be b"d Novelfes, Books, Stathwj
.siwss uhustI 54iey~bowa re6' kr T7, Osia., 3r a M Souvenirs, Sheet P1teil
"isof m" o f "M. aIlo wr aboU Regula
WsVWSae s h i, wiB. ~nai.Meal: Mersag a" mightany kwn
Mrs."Uf G8e. C. P" Ss asi 1t io. m ta m the m t 1 ere na d Picture Fines
UM am a os "A Win m _P__ T d swut twCIo ft U0 arto is ho
Pre 0 1Os. retu ise to ther Noun FOR t=-"IU to J. W. hr Vouw r hiRs. ? Whlly, yes!

umn ., mO6 _______ster an 60" t SAM=
tow s11 this 1rty wat Mim-
'-0 as W" OR ha ubow M sAIL-TW O 4P* 4b s B Vs: Hop6 s a iamok bill of fareUI
VmvIAe2 HC 14.P stu Pllss. CuifoeraTIME
b m ftr Q r 61 PLIIM+ .89906 1IIk# M k 81100111 W u T aca& C I 1 1 1
& a d u e g o h 111100 w r o w 1 M 1 W ft w a k a t I ft d o t ft 4 t i m e ofa l t h B Y B u y in g Y O U r B R E A D
alt, T'umb.~ AqS CCeS.Te I wil dilly. to an Iuw WEPOIElull
Mr. '= of & &, r to my
45m-Csh eeiesemiieeder w .R. T,. AMCHA3UW
It yea t wntUo meu"l" a few
Miss 1lefts hl, wbo was here Wto00%w4r I ml 70eeI&buem"a witha bUt le iap oft Mes.e
d to do" 1 @11 ep 11 pn ws19'2&11 84- Ikk"tb* lansW ou m be For Years we have beIm
ofto l" 0W.b akleig of hundreds of
It's1110*8% 401114ftWal CCows asW1as t t* Are yeu ou the
seem to lPalatha M10 Cob madq.' twhlol il= w V %vrtoW
of the atofI IrSUIN salmao N.3L D&J. U. I Sfrt. ______
esaftlgemod by e i ft0om PWOt 1 P O 0~.
J. J. W Uie 1411 H a '11en .
was i t)h eltty TusYI. Peel. b4 hl~a'r ruoou
era, who Is A

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SIakUS-~ whis is e) the II-jj ~-- kpssitsWY r
hI~ ~ ~ ~~r isr ~ ItbbI fhI, PaM Re uLie ~ 54 'ris,*
ha atmd bees mi if thell
few ubeut if Aisubi eity _r ~nhn~ ,. .:.:Jl ren Y
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Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday


ISNESVILLE, FJIAORIIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1908


ONE IM)1.LAR A YTEAR
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SCOUSPIRACV QUARTERLY CONFERENCE.
One of the Best Meatinna. s E.r M.l


Wasn That at Melroee.
Editor Sun: Last Saturday and
NapP;ke e-Sunday the town of Nietrose was
Big An.. PIL blessed with one of the bol't quarter-
ly Ineetings in its history Our Pre-
siding Mderr. Rev. FrancisH R. lirldges,
ARRESTS ARE MADE' 'Aaith us i'~th days. preaching four
N ery strong, helpful serniots.
SHave i Brought to L1M L.arge Congregations Pat uoder his
*a:~ INVI Arson Plots Ever 11ini ktr, and felt that they were bo-
U tv g ur~a~ti nearer to God by the
-to the Nofti of the Pice sIpirituality of the nian in the pulpit.
ofChkgc. E% try church on th( charge Was

CO .P Mareh 4. -(on to Pl h r. pOrts rttniterd in the quarter-
mar twfom.ovicu.s to A're
M.U gaa Iimday niOgbt Is the t r lt'm tr. tr' s'ucouraging.
of ~ tveti )J~4 'l'io trk repOrti~ti that they
ofta e De t yee (uu t .1 ,Li,+tIt Il t,.;nltz for the.suI)-
YM0 1 the tbiggost, aroun tloui If Ow pa)rI 'I he pre-
..Ow -ome to thou Lfoeot1'' U1111 (10* U111) lh.It(
polce. ti .' Melrc
KI. Ust.ai anaagoz- of a It,- :v. I a r .t t.he
k o ( t .1 *1 111 COI. T hei1 Ic I H~ t l y
~I7is a.cu.od in the col
6gpf thfperiK)n wLu fur 1 1t
f funod fr car)I-ng on t' t, G III. 1: l 114-1) h.l tO keep
*s keher wx ,l I n, ), ,I% 11'T1Of Melrose
OW &oW hi. connection witt hL b I Id .: (!w %I, tv xrelleilt
joIpute, is said tt be the C61t 1 .0i vr L III mttclne1114d the


SMack, it is said, aeted as
William Mnipsey one o Cf
.Who bas )tnfvq-4-dthe ui
$w ilracy, Thoma8 Keitm1't
were arrootfhi.
torney fogan VhalgOs; t OA'
Ilmadle LV~o all'tt'wpts Iti
fi Ore two builliung's wtivr
.pede woere wlanufact ru rW 11-.
Ior1 (Isng4 In theo Aa!ll
gad it was this conipel1t1'lu,
may, that is at t:v button o1
Dkot.
and Konnr'ly e :i es.. !f v-
Ted a,1x.ut U-C)') f!', III M
t" last thr'4' : ininth; fur
the rubI.Hr t~t t'ir-.

T MENTS RETUR".ED.

and San Francisco Rcod
with Granting Rebatts.


reliroad vk' h gr-o '
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Ji*WMlA DAUGHTER WEDS

i MMOt Brilliant of RecLnt
York Weddings.
SMarch 4.-MinP f',rn.. :a
# cond daughter f Mr
i. 'H Harrman, n" ar
g u Tuesday to Ro, -rt lit
a of Connltmwdrp d
T. Gerry, of New P orr
y occurrl st (;Gr1c
h'E i and was ,nl o, '
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OlIare Ooing Ar,"*d.

hief ShIppy. tl'l .Z &'J

'Oau the ato maw'. p:ane to
Leskar a rw p a trtno "' ct
attempt. Mayr
I-1 t[ t. of the -n~a -
AsenL Saote' At~ra"te/%
al pUtC'bua.di r"w3Ittl
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ATTACK ON SHIPY "by r e --H-a

I *,. IaI Iawn Lsru
"ifi ftu u1t61. Au was
nIn L~ar~dw to* boars bar the "* "n".

ARE RUNNING CLUES a s .-4 mSP
Iwee arrested eamr TVuuy A et
Sallev"e tht the a Yt1 M Y u"e tJew I Sm a traea u s tI t toa
Isa.a CatheMb etrgra feeeptUl
Who Attoeed tLhe Had A N i, a prIor the 3caMIIUtIp ato
pilee in MPaning OWM f Known a a0r.
the "Curly-.atrd The pri oser, Wh. o I t hrity-49t
yftm o4 sad tves am t 114 INm Isl an
(~lsgo, March 4.-4asarus Aver avenue, on the border of th Ghetto
buck, the young RJasdt Jew who eo1 district, adattod eding a demand
Monday Iatempted Io aaatasoLte for $1000 to the rest, secordllag to
bhief of Pollce Khippy oKd wtom the the pollo.
chedf killed, had, It tl boievr1e, aI H NWI.
plrtaer Ia his work wh thus far ti HIGH s N
oety known as the "Curly Hairedr
oy.." I Thre New eye Preented o s Many
Two other meo wew arrested at HHIp PyFthM
midftigt, but it Is tLiw1~ he4r Mn Hh springs, Mah 4.-Bor, to
Aecot 0with the as mo, most to Mr. aad Mrs. 8. 1. Phter, on Feb
mote. The surchb of AerbumA'r 11-'ruary 23. a sn.
brary, whalh w mu.g* arnly of Horn, to Mr. sad UMe. R. Ptto
books an revoha oelunry ueta and aon.
Eictare by promitest g ldalista 4ad BoC to Mr. ad Mrs. W. 0. S. n
uaarehbltl, the po le r d that, the mre on Mth k L m.
terrile ded of the onls was le The DkttVt Cnventon o khe
sed carried o t o the deth by Fifth Distrid. Kalghts ot Pythias,
a divamlagrulisula be$%whoa.em es %,aS ho d hser Monday might. March
was Illed wit hb4 tWe a Me.lovr*
meet Is hIb owe &oatr the burde i. with the High IpInne Ladls No
of the po ecaat theo ri. ad te 51. (Irand ChaObseler C. 14~eh
latmataory 1ea of | a ljln a nd4 Distric4 Duprty Orand COhaneelor
eaJ ortioI puiJnfd g the 0. P. Mrrls of Ol(nMvtllte wre pmp
leaders of "iberaMl itho L AeriIr nt, bealide other promlmant Knights
n. of the dIstrIct. A srand program was
. Tlh oooditio of Ua to whldi Io carried through, after whleh a Iumsn
hd ome Is shows b f the tot that tuous banquet was rwd.
lat week Averbab pIM40 to 3ctalt The High Sprtngs fatatrel trsov
saeide with a young l r with wom played ht Acrbuas Iridar lbt to a
be had disease hiS, of % e large and apperoeatve o4anem TIey
alle aOit. Thl Jew. se are s by eny petolt ortt n to equal.
is e oe seeItloed ag "eurly It ae el the b eht proftpeslas.
bwod," Is the byt b th bpottee to
harve bed tphaier l ofthe members of the trop e ao e as
eblef. Hiss eame mid bat bo re M)ow: Icy Wletheapum lgi Ur,.
,1. bat wery *ert wilM e de td o i. I ruitw1 L. H., QNlatna W N.
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IDand 5 .11" wmn, "@5 w wuue tlail,
and the dette teie eat"red the l"ltow HLaykieabW, T. 1. fton J.
1 1.1'.110 I. of o o a It II Washbor alen. where lI Oi, F IIM ISS1Ia heu1ey. 'Vise MuOd
Averbuok itlsi. 16e# frumisd hi.te Wr TbmsU. Mies tt1IsafefUiwoll. The
and olga 1arla saway t0e iI 4 after musc WS Wthe kus cad "ig p4p0
P41 111. % a supper of s. et . Ir p r*uWO.tla c aiswob of the me.
I'M Tb. edatsMTle nfldeda S Newoper t oa o othe Itoupe Is ikoto the so
n ill b. contaie4 a pte'tnue oo f t an.eaco w s. niat. M.IU be sThomw.
tut usid and Id It betbre her. g as mn a m I SIVOU
.1 lfll "IS tthat pueabruthr?" do Was NO It woo bmw tut )ILl7Uua'
afikoE. And oe rep"1d. withot any Hotlwoo Iss. ?be prompt
4Lu'my cd eslttol or cnoerm that t ot"tof am, the YM Ifteme sessa
". heso 4 18-11111 1611111. n o
Ih o tl polled -damar ko W
*o cad aced her Ift"h belsugS O i
LD A HOME. to hor twf. ea maa. t.te s M D Se
'rhos "* *&a WW 9609 b kr Or
win Erect Elegant &A underrmi hr a wa GOM. be&. Jk O L ~ SW "0
not that he was 4mA4.:sMONgtrb.. fVPOSe ah*
West ib~ly. i ves you ONtheoter at" Ws Tilb, I so he eo SKIs0. 6CL
St l.li-t st the Ie, lrirst q%"s I ki a ,oWfter 1ch1 h bWd tpW.
*1 SI Iat.tl'.I is *jI Worn jaway
!.M.t. milt with bi. 'Wt atbt"r f" mes MiIO S OWI
!ojt mith the dcdeli4001 A6404n. 1 l,-4,. 1. L
W. *11011r1r11 11r1141111anow" too" 16 P.. IL fap

* grteurudw and w ill v O st lYwngl Y It.0 9 0. WI bw
tr*' n 1-( s bend she ONMId eTW &redan toOe w" amt 0110
tpetilhetear tly khalved PSOW Jew. bvaEiels"'
.1,r~ 1..~ ~arhr nrA W's um" ---I- I II
to tak& 544 mfI% aa 1 0 .`4..
rm u I. *?1Sodt ,'EhA"A -l rf a
t164OfI VW" b ac liv s The a I" "W "imi ;I h1RIPAt w
Avwbosb had 111111 "N an No4fe 60
Msru mstrl be thtlb. crr wI) se. .lyCI
we're MO owra Of$& so of *"I IA
T I jI *alrm 1sa nt? w a 1 c
Ij~nd~ I ~tl e 8110toor % m L fba wo few qq ad.rr
- Ir w.l. 13 0 ..atU rtw uL. rubn IMin~~i
Vrr,. setgh j f ae*now
*4 a doIt." goA. -r er br P
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tolvbme 600. A Weri te b SW ft MdW qV
all hA **aait &e ww fs'06W ~ r b"e

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TO NOMINATE STATE TICKET

MAe Seleet DOeleae.et Lareto ow
iemt Oeemat 0110aOW
*A* 111eswumme alrlow"$can&l
eo 69oSey ~iTaft.

(Columbus, 0., M aWra 4.-Tueesap
atenon at 4 o'0lock the republicans
Mtate Woacvest"a Ve catle to cedar w
1% MusilorliaI ball lor te so mmatiom
of a state ticket, to w et daIates
at WaE to the utloul sn Veso in
tlcaim and & Wthe pupoas ot adaptl
tag Lroi rekAtUoU a of edareenaftt
of the esdlday *1 WIlliam It. Taft
hr president o of di eSat"..
The platform, whic ba ealruady
bee ou ned, wIN. It s "uivabuood.
e nob uas Ier*ty O0war W4l1
be wIaPg t l tova *ua Is the omut.
of kis laosmalad at bleawi, H
mes No the orwiiest *draft 91 do06
umesto, &W I Sta also ea n tboW cab
jeot mf MLeousalm betwoes I *a4
PIrdeatlrooevolt. &a d bhi Is.I all
partioutars which sOmen Mte m actm
aktilarme.res .0 1101 e gmmdatlloa
o both.
I sddition to to the Pk.iaey
mostlimed thWt. w4i1 e a oa eomw
datls In tar of the re"Anndteet of
fte low ayerW Nty l w asu i an
emwewMi11 fterf tea Mg#billpa ssed by
"09mpem. an dhg MAg W" gpend by

VOW t114sstae.senmate. The p0cak yeo
lUus eto the oua mwin wars 1in
favorv of giving to all of *er W

ft was "t eupta Tuesda wo at
tu eftwearutowow doda eie tum
*runally org andu. cprscm* a'he
sell"e woorf. Wnbeuals. .
N90n81et tos epeetei befee rthe
ommott. enl a sOus*..The W
gates ans Infe et. pe woaly 6salt an
all q0umteofm datop$l ast. ead
It Is mly emr Ihe mlemabe to Owe
'Parlese elat &aft at thereof 6a
"M 0
to thU. %At 100eW. *0t e eseals
lows Ifel t to ae 1 10 toe o bow
amd amt mvtusow k S $MONO"
Ioan take pe Iso sole tIs imv
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SUCCEED J. B. CUTLE 0,


A As General Saperlotndmet the
Tampa nad JoksuonvilIe By.

ASSUMED HIS DUTIES SUNDAY

Mr. Glass is Old Rsllrat Man of
a rod ptrienoe, Having at One
Thi bion OD(vin l *upntndnted
of Attanbde aUt iUn
oUs TAWWa Dall m:
. ArthuN 4I OlOa6 owe of th mot
wIdemknoV the pjk raMoad
me thi 8oo of t" S outhh0 ba
assmed arge of th 'Tampa and
,. Ja~pOrm e rmolroad, snoeedig J. B.
s whUavbeo foae t M epamt ye Baa
been the eoureal speuritemlent of
the road. .
S Mr. Gasum' appolq$aeat, over the sg-
W aatS of irnt VIOe-Prdldebt A. P.
steeldyk wetV lnto0kaet o 'the lot
Sat,, although the appoltment Pa
tnouaed by circular better on Fob-
rwy s0th.
S Mr. Cutler In a ealloent railrod
man, but, owing to the fact that he ls
largely Interested In the e I manu
f t Surtag bustesse In this State, re.
signed his position in order that he
7, might devote more attention 'to his
personal atalrrs.
There no more widely-known rail
Road ma In IForida than Mr. Olas,
lr. Who saoNeeds Mr. Cutler. He has
bes connected with railroad life In
S llrida for the past fifteen year, dur
S hi whith Ume be worked himself up
I fom the dispatcher's table to a divis-
boe superintendency of 'he Atlantle
Ooft IUne, hclb poeltion be reelned
SUttle more than a year ago to aso
opt a psltion with the Tampa North-
ars, then building, and for whikc a
great future wOO promised. The
marina e rlale or me& aloage work wan
auapeided on this great railroad pro
I ot, when Mr. OGa severed his con.
neetiom with the Tampa Northere and
'La' btshaed ma iaurance business I
ftltk a. His tdnee for ra lroadilng
'; top gret, however, aid he so
pe, teI the appis tmet*t'of Igeeral so
Sptatuantedt of the Tampa and Jack.
dv llb, to saco*ed Mr. Cutler.
Mr. Olasi and family resided here
lbr Waveral years, and friends will be
gad to welcome them back asin.

REAL ESTATE DBAL.


S Home of Mrs. Annie Brown Sold to
P. J. Hammond of Hawthorn.
Another Important real estate dea
of desirable reslde nce property has
;, ben made In this city, which Is evi
defo of the e,mnfdence I ming manln
tested In Galuetville by tutaiders
S Thi nIs a deal in which F. J. llam
S IQid, the' nerchant of Hawthorn, has
L me Into pomealon of tht flne home
O'mr ome yeru owned and occupied
by Mrn Anatne lrown, Q20 West Mal
S Snet N. .It Is one of the handuomoee
S sad mtnot eonvenutlo y located home
t I the city, beig only one block re
IMoved from the squar. and on on
of the most prone lnet tloroughtarMw

Letter to a(llo lle Pwrnture Cs
Oaesttt- P1a..
D Debr irs: AM yam ago. there wa
a on ptrm patent d 0O W dulterted
thek we mow ebtet pare N, dater
ted. about half of theI sort
am *r bedd
'la a re *tll but a*e bedt .ad th
dlIroun e l tel pglas Devo *o
au Mr eles nest beht--b0--4
eery tean IUles
A new woed hlasu eomp It paiat;
It It r trUS. MSta paat o" furtheM
Md wear loes; Mwtk pulut takes
more galotns mu wurut sner.
The e prup ost of at I alka Job
I 114. Paint that takes I galU
easake It Ift$. fIStt t hat takIe II a
Me Mbaks It -. Ptalt that lakLe II
gallon numake It $. PaeIt that take
20 gallonsi mak It $100.
Sbe 0 Jo b weare twi as lonb a
the l$H0. Thea. Iuraa wSot
<'I,; they arm riMd T. le 1 lkM
paint Is IIVne. Touw truly.
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-I bed female troblu tr we-s
y 'a;w .all mt rb-dowa, 'o r .
vow I emeo d do ayllwar. Th
delontos ed ea for dtaLwet trulesb
f did me no od. W ble In oiwe e-
dt* I wrte to Mm P >hb f ad.i
tlau tdFtM Ladia uS PIutlahaumYeg.
table OomuP rsd I m now sano g
nd welIL .
FACT FOR SICK WOMENr
For thirty eanr Lydle E. Pinke
bamra Vefetble-Comniund md
from reots' and heri), ha been the
standard remedy for female il,
and baa pFmitiely cured thousands o
women who have been troubled with
dbplaementa~ipflam nmtlon, ulcers.
tion, flbrokl tumors, invglarltie,
periodic pains, backache, that bear.
n-down feeling, Yiatuleney, ind is.
Uofpdiine ssornev onts prostraon.
Why don't you try it ?,
'Don't eltt to write to Ms.
Plakhm itf there Is aytbm
hout ion ane you d
undf idm 8he will tet your
letenelonafldeee andtadvuteyeo
N w au ver Ift
wrt er and because of h
A6t r ea *be b bpe
alie-ires Addams, yesl

IN NWW QUARTS .

0. W. Hyde Compny Ha Finet tore
In Middle Florida.
Mr. J. D. Gardner, the affable 'ma-
asr of The Q W. Hyde Dry Goods
Obmpauy. haa Just reason to feel proud
of the commodious quarters his com-
pany are now occupying In the new
Hill building, which ts without doubt
the finest store tn Middle Florida.
There are two floors of 60x100 feet
each, and the entire front and north
side of the ffrt story Io of plate glass,
affording every facility for displaying
the handsome goods carried by this
mammoth establishment. Mr. Board.
tier has not am pet had sufclent Utie
to dress the display windows as he de.
lires to. but the handsome line of
goods shown therein was the center
of attraction Saturday. It It the best
lighted store in the 8tate, and as an
evidence of this fact, though it war
rather hasy Saturday. at 5:30 p, m. It
was not necessary to turn on a light.
The first floor I occulped by the dry
goods. notions anid men's furnishings
departments and on tbe second floor
is carried everything In the line of
ladle' finSe redy-to-wear goods. one


Ltfortae of a Negro Prbioner in
Jtrl t Alackoa Sunday.


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DIFFICULTY


It was ne Noeadeary to Break the
Oer 4f .0te PrIsn, When the Man
Wa fToken Out Sadly Roasted-ls
N* Irn Alohe Cunlty Jail.
Irom Teosdaes Dally Sa:
SAs thtpaltrpe a ar Whlch Charles
ho i a colored ma who was aI
S t da Ste char of break-
itg sad satern, kadled to make him
aIto0tho I prdoln. the nero was
i^nOt o0'tbo city Monday be Depu-
ty S-ail M. Marntea badly burned
abrt ta Jbed. neak sad haads, sad
the tows Jail at UAleba is a total
loss, wth nothing but haired rulia
to tll 'that a building over existed

A eordln to the story of Oocer
MarolonM the negro Is by no means
a bed character, and It Is not believed
that be. et the All In order to take
bhanoea of burning his way to free.
dom. He told those who rescued him
by knocklng in the door, after the
bulldtla was too far gone to save it,
that he felt cold, and that he had
built the ire in order to make himself
comfortable. He was the only
prisoner id the aill at the time, and
when taken from tooe place was badly

Ttpmas li now In the Alachua coun-
ty 1ill, where he still has the charge
of breaking and entering hanging
over hm. Officer Marelonny does
not look upon the matter seriously,
a he declares, from what he can
iearn, that the negro was only taking
hla share of a lot of corn which he
was oder the impression Justly be.
longed to bim. *having farmed on
"share" with his step-father. It ap-
pear that his step-father's corn was
attached by law, without reference to
that of his own, which was In the
same barn, and it was while trying to
rescue his own property that he was
arrested by complaint of parties In-
terested in same, which had been af-
fected by the action In law.

Given Up to Die.
II. Spiegel. 1204 N. Virginia St.,
EvansvUll, Ind., writes: "For over five
years I was troubled with kidney and
bladder affections which caused me
much pain and worry. I lost flesh
and was all run down, and a year ago
had to abandon work entirely. I had
three of the beat phylclans who did
me no good and I was practically
given up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure
was recommended and the first bottle
gave me groat relief, and after taking
the second bottle I was entirely
cured." Why not let It help you? J.
W. McCollum 6 Co.


Sillinery, rugs, curtains and matting. Death of Mr. Paulina Brown.
SThe establishment Is equipped with News was received In Savannah
every comfort mad convenience to be ystrday of the sudden death of Mr.
found In a well-appointed home. and Psalla Brown at the he of her
viltore are as welcome to their use daughter n Tampa Sundz morning.
as If they were at home. This I Mrs. rown was recoverig from an
something that the ladies will appre- attack of large a her death was
Sclate. unxpecte tbe was the widow of
The 8un eongratulates Manager Mr, Tobla Browa, a former merrb
*. ardner, The Hyde Company and the ant of Savnnah.
people of OGtneevrtle upon having sueb
as otabIsmet In our midst The M. Bon bor In Neinstadt
uiliag wde Warte. Gema and was 7y
this frm, eerd ng to their iret reYdest of v. anas wu r ea aa
sed dent o f dmemb ad w ad a largP
t ron. and It ie sa credit o the d rcle of rodse She is survived by
r aerslme and thbe city. the m Mes. t. A. hm of
Vieltors will always be sown thr e M Bsw A. lmo nao
rgbth el a wit He adTampa. Mat Brown of bavanab
b thrcgh the estabitabhmt with pu ad J. T. BrowM of Atlanta. and two
SU. -. daurigtets.M Mrs. Hannah brow of Be-
No g a sona .r, an"ah and Mr H. Okegowski of
MeR Taemp. thirtue g tndrham rel and
There is ab r ca on retrd of two great arandeahdrea. -. avamnah
s cough or c Id resulting in paeumolna et
or VrOemsptium after Fley's Hoeary Mrs. .lirns was h many years a
and Tar has bees take, as t sill riesat ofU O sville and bhe. maer
stop )u~r u llth and break up 'our oas trierdn b here wIN iar ti her
r cold quickly Refuse any bIt the death with deep repre. The raslns
genulae oky'*s Honey and Tar in a wi l be Iltrrrvw I h -stash
yellow uchakr ttimLta n no opiatll
lad Iss afe and ,ure. W M cCollum
A I'o. !
And rvnt me er the netl tgime ,o
Mrm G T kaFleth t of trcdv&uta. N % uJer r n m .a -t .d by e amp
soN et fmMpals eaved by da p
TY ha5t mpurh d I~e"rty at Iak weather- l he, hend mea- t
land for a whlte.r hotue. and lwet.l ers Ir aa .m.a..im -r.y .Ia.y.s
to Petabli a fact w i th~v e fr th. iow lnm t. it will cre ye. A
'tr tpran ieant bsstnesee ma of -le's
lAhd and I kL ia T "I he
Ieter it6kneUL P1ir "s to utas 14 1
lI...I.i. mr U om.l mime.ls u i m d, h
itwd Imd IlMe Ir the ustsw ... .
It 11 -~, M_ nseumalg. tor ptuem to
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in u p e orever 9ymw habw bon t
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What Is CASTORIA ,
uin a harauses mbIY hr Caster Ok,*
"fdt, 3re."Md "e@af Syr"& Istl
Opim, Ker phin aor othut
age IIts o sto arnnt& Il;destroyV
i abus BFeerlsaema It cumes rbea a$
00"e It eles Teething Troubles, ures
.ini Ilmkslesey. It aaula'~il the Food,
Stomach d Bowels, kItng healthy and MONISM'
The ChAirs.'. Pwaue-The Mother's Friend


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.NUINE CASTORIA ALWAvY
S Beu the Sigatur oftM N O






he Kind You Have Always Bou t
In Use For Over 30 Years.
us eummse eufst wse9M ammustuvs o waenm


YOU ARE


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Line of Goods, Consisting of ......

01R 8800, NOTIONS. CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, NECKWEARS
ROCEMES, HARDWARE, ETC.


VC promise yvou Polite, Attention
a1111I west I'ric . .... ... .......


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Take A Glance at the LABEL!

if yotll stv that it' -anything in (044l Drinks put up by

THE GIMNESVLLE BOTTUNG WUI="
(INIVE3InlTT BRAND)
Yom: may sagIr your hut ment that it'? tk t, idrinak. WS
amil ctmn i the right to, 111anT of thw e '.li-ig ?%,it drinks in
ftae. including )agp ol, Whlihe-l i gifl fr the ,ligmtio m.4t
pCkannt drink as sell. (uGinmr lMe, l'vacha Mlellow, Irou ,04
tled Cider and othe r w'pular drink-. Hav yo*
sew (rinkJCF11(sT? it's It a dy-aa its tui-h t t
(b kr by mail or te'leploaen e %ill n'etiv. pror m tap0t lat ak a1.
FAM Florida deli lepv-. 14'ti-dtantv .outiewrn ell J% 0.,
P. 2 628s, kbub FILF" Fa W. b. I
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The Oldest Whiskey House in0
EstablIled 0680


OLD .14HAKPE WIUJLI
F'n'e tine' oil vy.. Ey i. asIIfy os
Fo-Ir fu I: flnerso $2.50. "



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Frot~rtvar fu quarttS 83&,I t14. 0 lV sas"11

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rut as pou 'asor palwh

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WORK IS THIS WAS AN AGED MAN.
Old Colored Man from West End Says
IN SHED He is 107 Years of Age.
BEING P I :w: i lr.. l irted aranl seven v tar.
01d, al 'i. r' h.i an hour'm troubIt
Imerson is Making ,: l n ra : '\
Progress on Roads., 'at v. iH go(n
.' _f,',th h *fi. xe1 all tln .Ini rlt y ri t o ,a
MILES NOW GRADED \\l' 1 .t' l h .k a
Shi ,' \,- i T. r Ix.llr e theo frteesho'
ok1 y of Which is Properly Ir l.i\ i8,k to,. thle' r>ot .aid
WIlth dood Material-At Pres. r r. upo the ,ocasion of the


tI Alachua May Boast
spying Front Positicn.
MNdy's Daily Sun:
Ireent rate of r:ull.',il
* In the directions t \
, t will not bi.' lIniL; Ih


bQnaty, which s,\, i ,or


Soon b II!, YNo "o
I di unt o SliO S hIll.-; gt
his lend. itiorm. llstateti that
li [urn on a ..clIrch liill, tand
I tll~i tha o can rm nleilher hearing (I v

asli hLi a brother. Who was In
Ih ill).igbty y rs of


afcotid Dot boa~t (fit,.!ths hitivf olil tatl it
InOWin the t-wtirc' cwititl x ii a
i, distinctionof i (F--l:
i$tn the leadI when it toiFr ieM to1
1 For h1r1w. i attrae'tc I- a great
For the I~iast fmilr orr tli,'tt.1iol H dcavs ta
1 County, Inib ueld uitit h a to n 't te t ie'e l s' it
$ lmg these les. -isirt i t I s I
WOh the resutilt that swce'ral iFt to hinth\- "de \wht'
U.bard roaa teal out of G;amo-s- liti't
O 7 direction. and IIleft for Ocalai Tues
Sdiection Ft weeks spwittin this
tl goes 01. F t i-ir n Ltt,.s rorwe tes Heit.


sMeilt venture in radl lihiilini !
IW Mroad towards N\\i. ll i Ino\'
.o40 e of colntrllct'ili, Sli .r-
1'.A R. Emerson. "itn a li.r,.
Ol men and teams. i,.: oi ,i iu-
for the Ipast f, ', ''k-.
Sresult that hI.' li, ;L)t.l:
fle Itgraded now%. inaui' all .
A ^I been clayed. and ni ;i 11,, il
Ipdition as soon ;as it is .p'ke'il
glae. This road followi i n\v
*.Way from Hirton n c(reek
Z'bklh evades thle hi,'i.-t hillk
l lutens the dit.anu. let\\i .'n
I*la and Nvti.erry a little'

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'(i tls that will last \inl hn at
p3ged., and in the c'urs e' of t011
ityr i1n the State' ;caliit boat oif
IIN O lonr m or it the itl tin:o
i.% All that is ni'lee'd for thel
plMlbment of this Is timn-alnd
IptisswllonerH are makIlg the'
ItlIethey can iuder the circmii-i
It -ad conditions.


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W .aid we cannot put the' Hit..'! Fr
b OWok at th~e Jiw rharoe
f m and t ant ilrt ''it.

that the InIal 1"A"
Bridge uprk ij -L
l'laA 11tinli llh
1~~ (our ft lw r* r
&rnd ptia tIlk
N Illpy for fillina porIWI4 LP
G.M Cinlnutar ziL. tfie-
i Umk& flnfl AIW''t
an alley ao i*
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aY Sr by D.C3by
wo a -d tw m e a Is
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I-lI '' i r.- F'Ftljfing for m Ill, tirwind to


LEWIS FLOWERS' TROUBLE.

Got Mixed Up in a Row at Paradise,
and Received Two Bulet Wounds.

A- Oit- r.'tilt %-lw ifch he
iiim Cm-u IIt~r i~i I .'il Plo e'rm.
%,. e 'iit- "1F(.t f '4 he' hear I aradise
rw rcA. \%,tht tho e'rt-lt that he is
l.it IIi ii: i i t rt(cFiq I i ii I I.-A v It y RIthI
I c [1W.' it 'A ,iI- cA e'il hiji;right
re ;-, hr m In It-lft arm.
Pt it t o.': ..r *ro MAIe !'te att th
LI''~ ~ -. C'il' .I K~ 012 iihafa. at his
I". ihlIci ['i ,,t. If api~,t-ars
llif t ltvcmiw .- ei'.uc~ig il a row
sAi''L rtzl~.l'it; -"'io e ri.iii matterr'
-1.0-I-II 'ta 1 t 1 l I. fF U .4S1AuiL.
d ii Vill'i t .1!, Ii .l(itng KuKn.
~'It~ 11i.ft ~ I .*'~ i%%-, chamjbers

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;,-.t.'i i I ;,!,i .r.-I to) the
He ld I la*i t411 statoll
11,1 F. (''ii :'!,..4F'C *sartily


Cir in Rh t e'c P nd baa


A'iFc Roosevelt's Wedding
\%.- 1 ,, I,,, rcc *,rellvol In
th .Ilie!itine has
!)~.f F...I t .I i.. greeteet of
1i r ri r, i F rt l gt a [-'. cult, for
lll:'it lne a ia'tin" '. guel att chills
.ini !.~e' if.! j,,cIt.er eernpIAlaits.
t: L.hI tnt it R.)4 k Ark %rites.
iie'rtt: e' Jr. too-e'grexli~et lt%,i or -di.
ii,,- knei,% n IIa~ol' tie4It for years.
It dtei the rk K)lt tW M

In the Mayors Court.


,,m Wed'd nieda) s 1611Y:
The' 1-..!II% of vu.?e .' S e o ta
irlilc in cit#. rit' roirt Monday
7.mtlt Eatt.'r cafSat rlI.o aliit~it jnday

:.s, St. ill A li l u IW) I eUt III
.toI, nma.,t ttlike' a tlcott(,feMark
101ii SaeArtA15gtF' l"u-Ill a chArVP
i~~.ii.- I-I. l*o"'t iv,,It) and

pe .K i.is~t a rhIi'K#,late-' *i ctlorl
I ( I hr +' t'istw ld Alt I.1i0 dl.-
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PERSONAL KNOWLEDG


tmos kn owedge is the winnin fea, in the 16adANW g CoUm .o
dig agee WA whencl qnok charcter tk plrac m foft wi

The WAf hkafmd o the Weld
Ai~va Iulmdofp um ehl wldgavuyuel he Iahimet da
A Kwie dge s FFnormwsId Ftism mmd Kbwrs
W aInauo adhedu"s edm kuofw eadd bha"
Whaa WI hw W Inn* is a A I k &am bu( i er do
whicW k mdw,& dw Ih Chme at prae o"


'Kowm QuafY, Kowa ImOWmee mmd Ker 6Cem
P""a s Wd asw"h ,ulmablspamr gs uum of doWON hamed udo
wmI&WhbwwebeW d6w0 p mda udkma*Wvlw ihihthekiA
and bead ofkin aua &a*t bisUb saeamarut ml- &Wdmhemedn.
M& v&" nmed, k bekm we d Imau* bmw.
mid **me"of *y ofFi -mW m maushedo e&vM
W& id as 6 as WI -- e meP-16-61m-hIy*hasalAs be* A
kasalv ag b io kfrn See., are wd ow. toi
khd dumdd wldAbto dbe do w,; hae'
.dsps s -OWAMaw -of -S*np of Flo a"d
&4"d-e -a it ito remedIA
awase tften
mm ofuq.9Tp-ndt% g mdd.


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SAN FRANCISO.CAL.
L .NeOriLaN,. NEW YORK,N.Y


KNIOMTS AT NIGH SPRINGS. DR1. 1OGERS IS tIOMC

High Spring@ Lodge Held a Dletrlet Preashed Two Interlting tomenr e In
Conventln Monday Night I rewtn, AIt. IGuanty.
From Wedneday's Dally: / Rev, R 8. .Rorle. pastor of th
1ilsh Sprtails Lodle. Knight of First Itatllt cbhurw of tist eity, hs
P)thlas, held a dlitrltt mvtieg Mon- returned frm Brewton. Ala. were,
day nilht, over which Diitrit oiu lSndar, he delivered two bliteee
IDeputy (,raad Chancellor l o, P. P.u Mor. tnlls esormi mora i ad alllM,
rts. of the Fifth lilsrtet, prtlded. l.arg congregiona
Qui B a number of Pythlans from Dr, Rogers is well pleed wit th
telnsville attended Ihle m ting. Ahlabse town. wbhre he ays te pee
The delegatki was headed by Orand pie wer*e vey bmrpitHle sa1 d MId8 y
Ctsacellor lAiar C. Lynch, wbo was to hinl. Notwitatandlab thbat t
acoomlalird by mancvllor Command. towa has a ppopUlaOf t eee116
or W. D. )licklnso. of Mount Vwrms blke only 1,0, ItH gso the (i gae
IAnd* .No. O,and fa working team ti o be ithe thir weaWlt tm
from Mount Versn LoIde aemprBifI ag proptUorii st ppe l a tiMI
Jlh m A. koka.rte J. ilrhiiIm,. 3Ust8 4 t IOId S tI eU1 i I l lr a
it. Mort"o, R. I. tlbate, J. Maaume, weathl y els of aber meaat m -
W. r. Cofey. W. H. oGas I A. *
Phlter a D. M. Tomkies whi team s ewOt. IS t ho A t i rty ML -&


a bottle of Bllalrd's ltoehom yriP aftemd the third 6j-A or raes of
and you Iw't h ave My Get Kiegt. pa ead sIMe tor member'
a bottle n Mowd tIM I ii OW 0L dgo.
lat mgll. A co Iae all a Ig Sre L e.
diseassW. Mr& J--. ftGlvW, Me meedhe h add that the 0
writs: "I es(t y rr my. Kalhts e -imed their vist greatlr.
lrds Merebsud 'I WI $NO% oweareput
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MlETING OP THE BOARD

school heard andt Bead of County
Commslseinerse C0vened.
rrom Wed4Mila Df tilly Ina:
Tuesday was a busy day In the
court houe. the Sbhool board and
the Board of County Coa lsionoer
both havtag convened In regular Ise
snla. %
Theo tcool board fnslahd Its se
slon durinI the day, but the comin*-
sdoners wre unable to *lte their
husinss, whriobh a rule require
a cople of uays.
The proedliap of the eards will
tw* publslahd as soy as Uthe iante
can be recorded.

Iut CI mpla II
If your chet ptaa sa 4 yeo &r ***
able to sleep besmse of a *oak hWW


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As the o Ue draws near tor the
ostl#u of a nayer and other cIfty
eogiLs for the sing year, those
* SMe epl4 y intoentod lD the dty as4
S(ltpe welbru hamve ben "aste*b
Ag*r thr beaM go to spW4 a4d
who w4 eaeMed Mayor
ahlilU at to tis pe. iasm


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-rl~, me whitely. give" dVisol n 0Ate dmio
Y g afu ie lsr uw P va gI.
haso qeCbe cinwrb, th o*Wt ha seut
lv u~cLesr.Wr~yb Y~s (whic d
IstTge50). TI abkma (it bI

dim 44 ;kI$40iS*PIa the wherd
bo-pfigrid to tbo VAOW,
kwiff tro W4 uMie VIM tde 9
do &" oi ean mtheii* de. mr t

ra QObuamtax leiav esWih wre r tape Siridei
vinift tM t whitelyv.


as sleoO&ebeowImit.

Aql. oarme. t-hs hs' %no, dt tdo the politeWithi AM
onl* al;M 6ehr 4i iimtIfu1 wm u4 t whrthe bitf 'ameI
flow oi k Ito thOcrwl of t bO *e r msnts ColS atobe ameept
*P e4"f tA yoygs be 5.g4 pDhted
A o of w hat d -Is the 4 0 t a A m e l$ u t em u not be
at tha thu great =Midl .t cudto -st vtqm Ipnaneearstt t mete
the swe hs pruse to the eed risk of -iu~pleamnt, Ra"twMs be.
of the thoeassif ON iTrs to t9e t weea tw silara4 1 h" wnow"
feltab w isoowP*bU h d i Aalmom them oovmmet eare to risk.
.tbhekW *tkwop WOW Nookb so W p,.,decmo to ofetelI vsAw
.","4 sVs wil be worth alb rlazdeeew51 4upWow :o
from' QMMW.W '0 PWtedM t~e ~ba 5n7 old esuewul U, but
atm -4 *lou & tme outat of too.'! *avdi trhb husa' weth


malUl whlyd-nentated trem, having n ab.aduma ot
Ins. fuagns their leave, hw p tmpoWUlf
Irowern s tlat their fola IaV toonot n t tk .With t
wheh It was tired to Introd e the tfonu. Th
In the fungi (althooh goed) ib not so practIl as MUlt
or the leai-pigtlo method, and. Is much mosn xpop
ble to all the fua which aro known to be parasiti O
TU M wN I Muv ONMLT oN TN wTIi .i
These le paruatice fungi, so tar I to know, wpre tt
stae, only on th Imasrtar youn of he whiter y(*lf
mteace of love), so that there would be nothahi tor ihep
unsalted tree; It is tbereore quite obvious tlhatt wusalM N
doe fouago tnto a tre not Infested with whitey. It IIto ,l
introdwlan tnuas, nattily the white (latrva% pW .R,
uOm tt ta t by the dosen, nuder iay of the WOtes d*
tr. It Is olo lear that It wold frquently lead bto
and of labor wee one to treat wer single tree In a ProT
beMcd t"t4d with whitedy, regardless of the amoldat
emb tre. '


Sll- ol...l. -t ar..e .Nheio it a matte r oeal e. the 2Wset*ap ot wmWa To iODvC rvoUn '
fL r* 5 sU asthi et4I 4 Ulrpd pri e sad f o Il m r R '*Ei "S un egs'" )e om o abq uia t about m idns um er #a S o
tor^r t4p the- whole Ste i to Wi d latef although ago no tea raily b obtaled4 St
-las hsoriiman 'tl Ye *(,, Wo sAd g aIe wMory. tet water options for toa rdoet fung l tare med
ST^ tt.g rty d T .~t H44i I y"Ii olbnd so rbd m6a go WO Ws ad te crews wi b ale oeuus is douWnan; t is the bet time In whl to ptltrto
~Mto~oAfS 'W r'b footO o Iftn of Um & wo so NO nhh* 0 to toh a t" ewilltor tobe a6 00ofa *i0 oeto
S~ eirul that eo MMJa tosr abnaI Siauu tbo. ei attetlon to tow afef steak bt the OrtWl .adlbl, however, to Introdace fi s at any other tiame w
t nSIto tn" WI. otfhe r M *Pe stock. pvWstwoba tWo rdIoR-A. ; ea n be btaind, Wn ol aspt e h pone rhprpod 6L
ta' *e ae. Wieeb ~bet hor ldho b60 tIe :nd oatht. aabt any oe of the three mretods lIe m
Sac Utaisa.In r,(ery m ulabte section; tor PFLOIDA9' WAM. A LOXHAM, months or when t adu hlt whidles an swarda about Uth
Stp In. I rht wi wMak U sl eoly deusb tratad by Pt u raw. Gf
i toI iM0o ab M 0l a O1. Twh alPld St t.hat live *k of (.ThLhasee Trw Democrat.) TIe writer p anM of campa n, based upoan expstmnatse
7-t" t fly eighty pbe *at eOy deerIptI fltourhh It our ow* WOU Amo this wrser reamembr theo a ollows:-I a grqv e Is thoroughly tafrted witL th whloy.
e1yai cags 801H1es gi ate, wile feeding u UMtarW d ksi we o sof r s edfetagsk isr available. ntro duo tongsn Into al tlrhe t irus
r e1 t l Ity re hearteblly ta tevLo the healthful pastorage r ferallrn aprs and O4 t plyoft to sl Ilelttd, d tribute It lo o~ ad there N
tI gtgto el k* Tp1t0 IS ~bl see bW n athan O Orl lajor giter oft ret so that their, wW be a great many nster of latfetiona hee
M ohbate otan totablrte albn saI amiae i ta rli fale t fg tbuo aur, an asprad. It Pmay be considered advitable to trtm
Wl sar er ear ,. t u trees i each ,t r fWwit"tungus, and it may only be pousibeot0
lIe lJ tk f' t thaU t Mayor mof t loridabred live stock me the Seoth ver had, e young branches o u of Ithe s tres; but auny scheme of distr ib tton
Sm b wUgto way i another future In1ts already well thgh we wee in thoe dam. yell to the ftmgI a good chance to spread to al pats of a grove Wni
to Ther prrve oes who ornamented op-and a very ahra and do we remember the wotk tm aa* on. when more seed-ungus. I available, the trees or part oSt
Sdaout tarlq pra spaloues onen Mr. Calluo D Crawlerm. Mben Barrte visy treated may he attended to. A second, and eve a
1e t at ortaI exten at a dearves mch honor for hav. taO PIne 4 ad dred of treatment may be giventohe trew m n order to get the
S fto#e to anything thich lo g db I bi i county proud In this er o the ery bet nortMlas. who dise"ination of Mfag. So long as only a fewfn puasal
Stayed to brenlt Ur town. M.*It d shousa reuoee conttiut took anct erina aive tr~ O on the waves o a tre which bear the most fangus, It wIIIeS
Maya Tbaoms u t been coisul. n Iran lg r r to temore es, epeaallty should an abundance of
04 In this Imatter, but he has lItel m plaid work he Is perfra*ing., state; theretW, it is Mtwa with e -aiWly available. Th greater the amount of fungus growth whiM
e. with s altbfulses sad dimlt Mabc praise I also due t J. W. greatest lea that we fully srted to a grove by artiial means, the more rapid w
the pastw yars, that his withdraw Tamb, who showd wh t isplend as the fotVw -&M4 %'h j -ks. stretion ot the whitly. Whitedes have the habit at
pIr canw be roablqto it% w Imm IPm aiet Mewp ip rluo -n L
A 1rA ga u gi puu Itry an *o raisMd aU tSe Smt, ald j repeuA .I I pt wateproarte ad other tender growth of citrus. consenly
ea "ti week to o iWbe d ua e feam Is T e l tgive pa urteia r att enton to introdnla the fnal into such parts

patable Md del cetE e U Meats, do 6 4 agowoulItots
Sutuu to o s wtt a r n M y tetat ( by the do se J ap
__Awhe M ti ftw : mthe atSr sW *ei a *mhma Th e laten la Its uter tre as ms as there boeom emaetay
*il fw of wealme Vk" IN numa ow Sarow" Awa nns
Iat r m* 1* 0h" ".MS. wAK 0a*TO w ONAW I P 0 .


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a ea-td a d, toR ap em a IT teW a roU obtained at the foll wing. P mp
eairiUhav ** Ia ar"018 1 et as a cme as e se sa bam, 710metts a -it Fr ue aen 1bs
ftve mu ~o. .t i. the S. hrPli w have alrad e *. ter ertr rtMes Th 7'o earn set


Ae Amens VSAN &Gad Aw *f at a er dt"Seeie ta 1 .bd *1" th heee IMamom Tasty V hs saro sbV
WS t6e prgimtm 1ee0 bteTM dtoee dIattithe ba ipu"ao a uuepw it best mea vhtos d bame m vu a el i 0 o So
0 h10e to th OWeN ett m btM NAr AT hMe t# "en sI fstt morto hIson betbs
i Me m e a bl ta ai. ** eM a-er by argec h rera sor aot r B
0tA JAmer omtea attLMship mnq.M *e a1 thoe w fcbteule aym the p*** e1. Tto oso"n toe t esM w as b h Is B
Is 1Apet tW"Nest St Mbtts eI~ ee abeasswe at Palin bes. Ts b sm m g a o
S b tII etor r I"*teea ene al0 t a oh"toeas" aO L m M wM. h4a f 16 tmIt.a re i. abnl he
eem i a m M htswO W"t t thi ba b et t"t Mna nt f ( tae hed dr -o = mL AXft- n
ism a Campo ofUM LO a ot t el t"i ttbot me Man m eve pt bo VNVonw9bo by m a edon
5 -t n,'se bb 5 ---MU06, haso h wa ft. aus hr.- w u a 'UO WW s r"- M dw swa b bf holI ar vi n




In honr St thoe visim Thes dems W. ,eheeu i C. V. thm Ina-* 5 In a. p* St
W. anst of .t W Ow have be n a th dmao ve I tW O rb eo te a t h tr Om - !S
s a ad1ate for CoUnty Ciari bees isu Iusroa te< t vist 1 Ptht r him a tto > 4wsan M i s -o e_ h so e rTM
*JiAvant is we quaed to peurm thof the WMWted Stateso with ma who a g eas 9ow"
dW.tes .T the -eG bd prof mise to en settret visited th a tI I0nt od M 0 5
bta s -f 1 ri '< 3"* 1 *""1 at t&a (" & SZ
Avtan to wad 400o4 to Nrftm tto tkkembW OttU10 VIW< tm #f rOc Ian^ ^| gW Vg < SIMI, 1W
tIthrUy Ito o tf eletd. Hisub am rem 1 omaUe mba. Tahet ItS | taoft tre obe at -"
nesaemCent willtU oe bmd I toda' tA'ion ban obeh ** I y OCpto W. 5a1 W-t rs MtI tbae rbats htr tdo of )c **
paper. nsow th Unied States pmNd o fhse is a vow a deu Neera mar tw ar het"sese prs I .osh
I- t. ut Is60004"That Ms etfe o s uto ho t dedrawstos m a il at a ry.
Kostoky willU be repeetad4 it the afte tr JMk 6o` tSo net prwoa t tW e no"t l tr .e f
V S ta $Wes.. l.0oft %I nl fy a fPo e"CAIN. M" I Iat Leltor. |- pads. gxd
b.uenabWei ari L 1. t1 Vb M. boaknoew %tIt as* to e a smb. to as o q Ams 3 64 J. PATTON
trader. lepiblea. t er ha vtia ftbrta ttohe *tens t those wIeo f l6 ~r2 1%.l Mi s ass
his. Ame. p t *s eM 5Moe IRm. wel m"ewob ow aae the do t t he W a e .. do
rae. J how jut ea D 901H -no w th oatfut Tho e- l-Im C Wr -A tAUd Alo IMMaAL 1wtik
betr 1 theL"u lastte eelM s4W mawaith of Agmi a m mesmaf MOe ensb
tr himsetf a sto vo w Sur 3 w ios stea wm6th e ams s pes angesm SW sui' been be a ol
more than we ma bw mS Wv to onSO a bt
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'bENING OF

C CHAUTAUJQUA

oe Gathered at First
Monday Night.

kNT WERE DELIGHTED

- of Welcome by Dr.
Iand Uthers, Followed by
e *"ert by Celebrated White
b0thestra-Today's Program.
6SaWy's Daily Sun.
"A annual vessioii of tihe
",inter Chautauiua forniallv
L the Taburnacle Monida;.
the first ent'ertaimulenit wa
a large, representative and
the audience.


lOrceses openlld with a brief
i welcome l I, Dr. 'lareirc. i'
- Chautauqua pr- ,l.eit, a,.l
Which was folll,,N\, jv ,
,aeert by the Whit,, !i~, (',n
pIny, of Whotl- \. W 'A
Boert company i ;a iost r.
Le one, being :i fa:nly if:r,
4 of seven rlintIb r.s f (in,
They are all po!i-ho.l r1;-.
ad have mad. a r,.eord nm t I!
iQa platform tlhrigholut 1 ,


States.
1iO attended th e exrclses 1,Mn-

will secure full I'n'ett fr ill
ent program whii 'h i. t.i. I,,n
d throughout the Chautauiuia.

.Wednesday's Dally Sun:
)'.cond day of the Florida
r',Chautauqua was fairly w.ll
d and those present tinjo.,,ed
leisee, which \ere both eant.r-.
aBd instructive.
e-Xerler were opened In th>e
l by Dr. Gross Alexandr,. wrho
a Bible lecture. At 1" ::1
I r. Carolyn Gelsel and her
it gave a demonstration of tle
I of Health and Dome.stic So.
Oploylng various subjects aiing
hl lines of eating and living
e afternoon there was a grand
Made concert by the White Rose-
ib l hao als', crpened the enter.
it In the evening. At the evvn-
l mtilnment Dr. lichard \\ilk
Ilelvered a most intcrestins hI-
i the life and charact.-r of
,obert /.. le(

i' crowds at the ChauLtuqua
Sarte not as large as hadi been
b hibut tie st'as'on is .\t ill
and It is aniitc lial a I hat
eset will incrll(l'." frol i hIt.%
'ot h the Iprograti i- ,r.r i:i' r

, Bible lecture by I r. Alex.il.der
iBay morning was full of i"
'. Thi was followed Iy a I*rc
| e School of health and l>-
e.4k6nce by Dr. Carolin Gi('l.'l

Afternoon the Whlte, 1 i '
gle another of Iti delliht-
ttr which tbere wan a
C 00ra Mel Patten of Chi.
Ioe Orchestra appeared
o evening. which was fol
a lecture. "Damon and


THE CITY COUNCIL.


Monthly Meeting of That Body, But
Little Business Was Transacted.
i t .ty Conucll met In regular
I: iMuthly s:.S4Nl(m Mtonday. Present:
l't ,-inllt 1 K. Itroome; Aldermen
:u1, 1. Ct'a:luo, Mlsoto, Webster, VI.
o!a! r,(l \\ itfteet
T!.' l iuutes of la.t Inpeting were
ra:1t ;Il ulim motion of Aldermas
\\ittr-tik approvevTd.
ii,, f1,llowlug bills were ordered


I? jers~ fund----C. i. Kite. $6: J.
140; HII T. Arnowr, jW
0-mo-iry fund--.ilirs If. H. MeCreary
fo~r svxtum$36. Flne u aid Costs fend
--i. 'T'. Arniw, $6.5o. (Contingest fud
-S. .1. TholaC ('o., $1.66; 1. H.
Wi'ltigt-, $3 Flir-- fnd-Sanaders &
Earle. $2,* 17. J. A. Nattx~er, 14;
(ialIlvsvc ille & l&.~IctrC PlowerW C10,
S".1.7, A. 'A. Sar-nte 110; Bamd
liar-dkivr..I0), 82; A.. O'NOeG
$1.7-1, J (G. F'olkq I$40; J. E. UY0rF,
Slin. Stro-vt fund-Haird Hsidm r
$I S;:, -NN, S me l)waII lut $5CL
Warletn. S'O; W. R. T111911111 vs
$::$-1 #;,'. 1MN. IDellassignee, $4a 0a
c. levarri-ti. asmijti.'e. W. PrbhLf
fill I(--%'S Ir04o111. ,17.10. UIA
finiauI ( 'hllf-4Vili A 016 1a1b1`1
Ilov.r 0), 1213 2 water WorWaft W
I, ni.. fund T 1 i s. 12.5: IL1P.
611ill-40116 141111"1,
1.. cl.rhi c ',,. $1l2; A. T. K1g'
11e t.I s ';. Wlliaiia fte 1"" SILMI


t,'n ibe arv ,) 17 60.'' 4')
io-wrt uelf hetawniarihal for m


Ia~i dI'I' ll.'Ulnr. 5'o7 9 fnr tat n
l ii em l. ilo fir ~t#r rtnts 0LIa6111
SI .*'' ~r. 1. ekd and ofdere

I fl~r. (! rodu.tion of CUMs
f..r pll'a n t jrninumwas IoW
r..i Ti tuir.co'i izth" 0 0l a JIM:
ilMir ~v-'ro. iioplma Stopplems, 'T.
\I1 a Mi~eJanice'dmurTy Andad .

I *loon IIfOtlificof AiderflM fRta*S
r'ectu11114%dai og of the light 6o1111486
te.e for the ..jclaig of a light at do
ihervecrt'lrpn of (rartiry ad Autiog1
strtts., ad on* at tebride 1a4
the rogidencew of Mrs gts s W"6a0 1
cepted. and the lights ordered ied
aq recntmmnded*0r


b~y Richard Wllkinion I Re.prt o stea bocer at walter
r;ma today will be ta ful plant was read sad order d Ad
Aldernan Csanou moved that
3., BibleWa bour. communication of the City AttaIr ,
'., ISchool of Health and regarding the bill for work ea M
FiSiM -. "Main street. be rclrved ad that t
l 0-mt by Rose Orchestra. Iktsrd of Public Works be afthurhd
I by Interpretative read. to recie the hbeck of DCDcsta 1
i'ad the Man." by Cor one-third coot of street ad Ima the0


urg Wby Rons Orcbestm
3Wets Dell Ada=$. and
50 preme and HII Fun
K. Pisr.
IB wibe charged to thE


@17 MARE WHEN A
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,Ile in two Ifaz' MoW Cid.
Ij'II lmotarn 0 ofAlderuM Umub
the Are omtltt'e* wautbOrlid 4
futrcha' two borS aSd lid e e*boo"
feet of hose
AWdMVmAfl H'Lrb moved tA t 5
I.,1t coumnitte be trqued 20
!h : ,s 'i it Of two 25,l140 a"d
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hundred fet of water i the
favorite hne of te lcon h.
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and the North Atlantic hb
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psoylng only thrice or four' m bt,
believe., with tb av tag" I
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built up to one of Ca~derhble mmIi.

All mmhfacturis'mtewutese
welcomed to oaumsvlne with ocm
arms, and It is OrWti*na to kmw
Aat. realizing this 6K they b0*
lug almost every aq.

MRS. P0146 SITTER..
MBB W)WI lqIB
Lady Who Had 1 l011i n eto Is,'
at tr~lc Ot -
at Palebsaks Is$ ymgWeil
Mlr. Jobs Poe$ j $alrbmkk, who
bad the m at or 40 lk shat4
her Sateshlisw the" two"q
playing with a OB E"n Whb !e?
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ago. wad frim v tbel of woV"l It
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THE GAINESVILLK SUN: MAICH 19f18


A Bold Step.
IDA othe wcll- otiiwe gra
TI~ Ilil.tile hoi leflins of the nmore Int,+
~ r ::e 'Ic'c'r't ni~rla-infir l cum-
'S * t ;:(I,,i1` i e(d toI~, r.~~ ~
I. ;..::' ~a ,1' ~ :Ll Ct4U'~.' ilt! HI~ eJC
to r a bc
t St Iise, a-M ;u 1--s ppubl;hOd lbroad-
C..'It op--- !o %. '.o iole world, a tuil
-.and cninL h, ht ofaf ll OL.


t~lerinlg In e p osll o r dr1
town to lit ,1 ti h Ifor Ctrg I., icnipoitionot his widely
trees, or filii.f tie iier- cle brmtcd .3..Thus he haus 1 s I
-T1i its gardvn-I1and lottiblic his' s J aru nd patients Ito
h1s full ceri. Tbhustoo be barl
has all Vffo ct L 1 t1he 1 i -tile ill ed gs rom m ga "".I
Alde and on tht, rise in fl11011 ofdoubtful en ts and made
kt pays for a loust to be the c ofknows CoIpsiYio
bY a well-kept lawn and
~Well-kept shrubs and flow-
tiUngs have all influence
value; it pays for a rail- Dr.
us
to make its depots at- tvr orbLiousep U all CA
wherever ioarItEk~Jaavs
planting palniF, hardy aim EMEaPIla6. ca
:p flowering shrubs About booff s
often all that travelers rd me dicil e t5
is the depot. and the 0" "trSft s Will
town which stays iIi their owgt passa9
just what they have Oetmt
they passed by. At a 0 banyo UfdOmo
by letter, to Dr.
a railroad journey in md rmueutine toe
bouk it will be Iemes tbas 4
be made nearly as at- kcns beimita ,'ba no
~jl~r )mlla jO~llY i ll Japan. ",,ntisor uther polroaoosor hlovr ur
s sim ilar journey indJapanLb.y remadefrom
of a Florida town might malr uota of egravalue; SLIo tII: o
I hiself a~ owing it Ihe moset valuable 10=dl108C
h'me Ici t PleceFavorite Prewripuom
I7;' welfare~ o' IIi to~wn 1Imerr% olv.r-worke4 "run-dowun."'
/hls house'-ht with ne*atl l yeir% iA:byI ie Iudiantormimilar aaimts
afveeI rij ( their wiiiSw n 0 IftfACtuk eOM Othe
plike wild flotwoovir;.,t ei tse ZI.dIs t va ittwln mcu cirnal plants en"trtstW I
~JIIafller or l;\r.tt'r .-tric~h c~r ~'"tit' "I'lIK.? lio t if Dr1'. Lr"re' vU t
Ifer or Iargime d rvich iil v aiwat Liiewn to th h1W l Si 4

d.. at :~ltl'~ u.k., aCauqd from the Indirati
A,. title. liL~w vt )- rr F4vettand OeuacPI pt
C,* -,tiea Iit e~rtti, Ir'ewription Is a535455
a nlkstakf to have a H re ..: ,w i'rf r requulatine all t1e y
in a sinall gard-l'it- V -Li!A; .* -ii and r:=W'q=e~n
C L0 t' T I C J I 1 t I d % 7 ri t o e i n g u p t h e
the soil, and its foliai. .. *.iNaa I amiurfopik &rsoSIV I
lthe light. Shruhs il a
be frI i( '1 it('ildIIIg ti
UaR nevdls. _( )that )ereh I: -. -p 1 ftr uteri' apart, Well-
share of the1 woil To(IitI our. I It latiroeA and well-
for gene-ral use ifc' r I ta-1 l :11-,1 ` l' t .lst 1. w I I Icost
*f owering shrull)shottul Iflii tlit tti I"I" R highly


I-, I II.: w t
40 multiply ylittizig, 12. thu ac
so that It ml Ie 0
nearly all the( year. Ii The e,\o-rb oioiing roses are natural
jajured by ai Y fros.ts III' II I 'ti rib111 ttu'.i e iri. ru iOno Pi




and (.)I orlanictial 'Al-'ll 11 1 1)01114111111
der, if wAell pIff'WInti ii r i iv i~i. r ather SD
5*tlIS to Invi-t wt, r 1 i ,i, kept wiula
hS for Flotrida lovyrli-IliSae f '. LI! t ill that WtO
other l iaioei rhiv, '.1 1 I L I I'''';,I KIfx 1t oiac S w
the N or (hit IT T:'\ I -w
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