Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 6, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01226
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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11sv^^*Y 4W

OL. XXV, NO. 22



SAwil Catastrophe Near


Fre Startd Frm Fmruac I
the Baseet


hre roke Out in Collingwood Pub
lie School -and a Panlo Followed
Among the Four or Five Hundred
Pupile in the Building.
elandO., March 5.-In a fire
completely destroyed the com-
school building In Colllngwood,
suburb, Wednesday, eveuty-five
ldren are thought to have lost
r lives.
te fire wa started by an over-
t furnace. The flames quickly
pr d, but a panic eorued wien the
idh fi Ailed with amoke and the
Hundred children attempted to
le their. cape.
,There were two exits In the bluld-
M hat were available and one of
exit were used freely by the
rtla, but the other soon became
Swit the little folks who mal
Sa, d fr the t o n I ..
V h%m% f&1 fin o th ru-vword


temenmbere Klndess Deon Him Wben W R
Many Years Age Hl W Pep.
New YorU. Marcd 5.--Ort u- rai-
tode to an o atIon reerbd t dCiM
*o eao S d Cams sad La.
hl= many i yes agoN A y Caarie m
baa gives t .00 to Mrs. Hery Sa- iam rlr.
er Snow, wbhoe hbosad, Iormerly
treaurer of te Nov York and New
.Jenrsey Ti*p o. oM ayr. tn. a gt' RID THE COhMTRY OF "REDS"
tie from justice.
aSow io chargd with the embel-I t io
meat of $i 000, and when be dtsup. Immigration Offer Hav Been Or.
pared bi ifeo ad throe childMre dered .to U8e Their Indeavors to
woere lft without oer rwource tWaan Depr Ae.Anarhlits and Crim.
as appeal to relaUtive for aid. m I.me d
"tatch pn blcity followed now's de- Inrle--sett Sil Piveord.
falettloua d It wes thea tat Mr. Wsigltoe, March ..-Tl:v rcc,-
Osraelle remembered te favor of Uhe tary wa era ad abor l,.i. i.ue,
times long ago. It ha been render. seeing order to all ,:nt.ilten.
d him, uas a matter of fact. by Mrs. es of lmmilration and Imminh.:rAt in
bSOW's tattro, David Brooks. a apectors In charge direetit' :. to
wealthy masMnucturer and banker of confer with the pole In th I c
alUtimore, who died about twenty tive jurisdcitons with a vi. .,'-.
years ag. Mr. CarsUeoe wa a poor curing the eo-operatlon of I.- ,
boy an western Pennsylvania, stru- and detective foeare li an ': o rl I
gling to make his way whep Mr. the country of all anal,. 21
Brooks came to s aM. Mrs. Snow crlminuls fallin witbin the .,, i. t-
declare* that she never has known e deportation."
nature of the obligation, as she bad -'
no aoqsalntance with Mr. Carnelie CHICAGO POLICS ACTIVE.
and that her father never mentioned __ I
the subject. uay Probing Allegd Plt to As.tuin.
Her first knowledge of the benefac- te c tOeltolae
tion wua when she received word that C M --4 n
$2.O000 Iad been deposited tc her cred.I tIrlo March .- to U e lii;inl
It in a New York bank, and that she plot o tasalnate ety oft :;i 1. hich
was free to draw upon it whenever l o th R .
depleased.i to attack upon ;, 1'v ,.
he plead. Ihllpy,c hletiof police, Mo<..,.>., morn
Beffi? Snow disappeared, It was as* 1 n peno. W edMt ar'irt.1ut
sorted that be had obtains lposession tao or h r pl .,,b,, to J
of his wife's fortune, amounting t t wo orebln a. The prieer . t(h;,o
about $40,000, and had used It In a. T atls-and W'llilam 1 ( r : ilI.ITr
eSort to save himself by plunging In wr tk In diffll t l rtI, f th
WaUl tree. I_ ciy and each denied kewlhtdgK 4,f tlHe
ROBER GET 000. plans of Lzars Avorbut t) k~ll
Tshe arrest of Yanlatli, whlah to k
Dynamite Bank Safe-Exploolen Shoek pic In te Ghcto distrldet, was mSti
Entire Town in Ohio.n ven to Ansitant
....... l orall, ti to A-IL A -AIn.t

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Poetal Department Attacked by MIL
*ourl Reprsentatle.
Washingtom. March 5.-d4f barge
that the *ovemrntet h d bm rmbe
of over 70.000.tmh) sltee Ii$ by rati
road carrying' the mall wl made on
the floor of ite nouoe of reprea ta
tives Tuesday by Mr. L oyd of Mi
.qurl. lie referred to the mew ayr
ter of weighing the mallt recently i.a
troduced by the poetrmater gastra
and declared that It was a admlusloa
that the potofflro had allowed the
people of the country to be muloted
out of the aum stated.
He demandedl to knmw wihy suits
had not I %n instlltuted against the
raUioads to rt'oitvr this namey. No
sults, he chavn'r 1. had be"n fled and
none suMiet'l'd.
"I %IIi I'l itpon th rhnlrmen of
the conlanl ttllcr to itiilt adrl c ntrl the
expense, of ho i -Meflle d4parten',t. *
he erx lnminet.. "to inrvtelgltte that pvrltllnm t andil certain ohothicr threr
I mtit ,thi lg w%,mnK In it "
Mr. WAgrnr. of i ouIsllvanta the
olairmlin, p i'lgA.I A careful lu\stilgs-
ti'ln Into t'o e sult j t.
M r. I.l'it.\ ref-rrtn to thie .<'1.e-
went of M1r.I MaIk#bn, tile third a
ristant I)unmic tI'r general, and the
projol )lcn to t:cap twentrtwo post
oflice I'-ipt-N'to)ri, clehriIdl that tt.v
wer fito. lI: hltwOlnl sall "nitiakl."
imen hle itr of th lr connectlhin In
(o10 aH r iCot ier" with the alwppircs-
lto of t' 51,1 ii st,1illcatlonu. "\Ve have
tio milt'h liir c t'' rlacy," he exclalnimtl.
"1\e r..ld i i.O s lIrw aUd ie.- di part-
nmntal rule "
Dowager !,'"prva of Rusla OGuest of
Queen Alexandra.
l.i 'don Mli4h & T'he dowaege
*Mpitsicn f I Iti:3..l arrived here \Hv,.
nar.4 .) a'ii t'ii n cIon a Ilt to h r


COpet Csmag of Cal Ibm
Tbkrted I I ow.


Shut.Down Will Probably Result ftem
the Miners and Operatre FaJllng t
Reach New Agreement-Old Agree
ment Expires March 31.
lk)< Moli. low, Mlarh 8 -A
oompl'oe liut!',ow of tile coal mines
in lowa, worktvl ht Itr.,)O miners, Is
threateted The :>gre'ctleant now ex-
lItiM 11 t ~''tis it' ir I11111oi' perratre ad
tho inlisorin *'l|n >' Mtilart i 31, and be
l ft!. ir,' of tnilt 'rI anld p-
erAlcri in v,tiliiri h inttto to reach an
ag4pc icunsi t !.,I t I Ai'k, It in probable
thatt theo (I,'s 1ilm4in'cr* ntd oliierMor,
who havu ;w'rei<,tre o ili'w(l (ite sc"
anupi of itr a.' Itlfrin tat(et, will 1ot
be n'le to mI:>!.e a nhow t lw'twn'lBt be-
fore Murch JI
The promhnltlllty of the shutdown of
the IOwa iilite,' Wai d)lrusnd by Jobn
I'. llco, ~e. Ic .t:Iru Hndl commissioner
of thI. teIkC o',t! )prwratnrs' Aesola-
tkin. ll e '<,,p prit.wm l the belief
Ihati i)l t1incs~ woiuli, I 5tel(kibt.Mlly aLut
down April I

95S,000 Peee Reported To Se Ml1e.
Ing-S4verarl uOaas Jailed.
I l'ioo., Mrb. t5--A dllpatch to the
Ilemrli fvn t'lhlhtuhua, M.sloo, Give
deitill of the obbery of ie I1ase
Milnt.ro \\',ren the hlak opened It
Aau di-covN, relt that 9,000 pees la
blls of the dl~nomniiltons of t,00,
100, :0.and Id .0 were missing.

K-'- -Wliitt~ 11114mItpl m sIr icinnati, 0.. inro NChif6f olce -h etier Tusdy alaic' or. 'Ii.'L Qrui.1 lItr 4.aiiiltt aut hdit.*s
om by Liloesbobhind and ox e racke'rs early Wedameedsy robh#d the Chinvfsof Police fohr tie WhituelHmla IKing :'Sloni t! ""Ithe qiiueen ~. 0 1ltd b) nish.ii4 tit he l'xh554bensisiis
doorway was Impassable. I S omtrbebank, In Mount Omlb, netgtr o h hieHm llvadlr'ieao eta olidb .0katie1wAUthtas
Im a few umiutee the jower floor 0., 40 mile.&sout of Cinclasin natI, liasociety, m rgnaain 1for1Me601110 1'rlnd' ljirI'Ar's fddwal Gey. and vailt by taking out $st0111'4mascary.
puliatn cores children Norfolk adWee mlIrld, on 1110ths ago Ia combat file activity of aelgivi-im -, ,,!,r f'irelaIW niof Gre tdThe work Is suplsaioufilltarhe been
th b eeroipi tat amn th bu i g 36M I n d Westerncy and uitlro a nd., of the black hand. A cm i plaete list of a ll I jl I) ail~nb' r o aduc' sfs, lrclontie d n'w nt afteralon andr i sght.
mode heirescae. Isuspected Italian anare!.is nowM rar .'l mid V4!l~l ~l) iermailonsiad gin-el NoSvesral swel"etaare la Jell,
'I%* ft about the building was The .~.erti wor five In number. 'dn ntect a enfrihAb ael ojolvfi h rim1hr h O*lkuai e n ttb
*:X Quckl te nwsofthe soittiy and furt~hv: arrew'.. are teiSaic h' I:i pollee tesmcheitalized'lat
terrileg. Quici thpe snewsdofforcte4i an entrance into the bank by epce.Of lie ''n A inoeg eatithv r i "f1', a'e. 1,bnwn silatuda
teribl caasrope sreatfrcing a rear %wIndiw and alpplied ni xece111Prr" d t I- Ic~ 'r.- t A01easel lint, fri tuIN ii.,~r' .0 'ec. (e
t Utthe village. and huqdreeha tmrojicerino to the vault. Satlesr tl ei.d vealrgimieI h. cst'tle a
parete wor4 crowding about the The hetavy'chars. of explo~ive shsl~aeea tetat.e i r1),j ft'lO i it, veral Icairn rerreas, anbala1 ;0sa
Lkog In search of their girl.sand tend the vaults smi partal~y wrecked because he was unableo -*givo a p;"W111`4116Wil vgil11tO (evrmorJaelsc ccel setYnnst
the building. The exploskon shook 46rhomlcnan aaMtledtlet4)r) a. 'ount of him.IlIv I `-''irltou wl olviit ta ii! 04hao res 4fi'l'y men
toatwminuties twenty 4),01105 s.4entire' villageLWtn, a es avy evlvrasft f- ousici o sPla C.l.teihcrft~' 'It haraobberve 0 1,700t1111111rvos.t h
takes from the ruins. PLainly Guesjts In the Rrown hotel. across toahayrvle a osi i a larmbr tAita1)fo st h
writhing or stilled forms of dosans the stroit from the Ibank, *Pe, awsk hspseso a e'uehl a ~ir."I o,n ofalt i'ielsoting Sir %'IlfiO"tlbaksearee
othere clouldi be sees In the bas&se ed. 1%*y were to Ilae, however. hrg fcarig ta--0 w~os Ipl ltoxi4iiiiar li rly!!1: Tairearsniius i Ny. bwen sent all over
t.to stop the robbers. who made goo- -- bleMefr" owel tato1ho AUmvtlca 6~
Weary factoris, blew their whistles Their escape aishe dire41 u Cra. EPORT rtmo t-AIONOF ANARCHISTS. I"~k -deei-ribins the bills sawla"king all
~madtheir mooand closed dews etteville in the bungy which they bad I NOVIEL NUPTIALS. basks; and oft ewe to bo on Ibo looash'
Sefsrs nthsvlcat loe 1181vleed son"" NltW9110141so of -- at fur tae tsuawy and sh.' robbifa.
aIke aitruteingthe vcnty losed t another pant of the city. arm bu,"Ol to Country, I Mother and Daughter Wed at t he
tog ithe rewsce. They braved 00 ANDoYTHwP IRN.York, Ni ~-7%e advas, Seame Tiont e InC4ieas". FIGHT FOR EQUAL PAY.
siade sm as& heroic efforts to ri Aa M a P8111N. ltepof theWU 11Introduced Is rtiess C('uleai, Ilie. h h.-A double wsted
Pe Smemowho were sot dead, by Onegreasams Bennett peslag td thg frat Iwiltrib mothor and daughter Women Resoilves Threats on AeOWNt
lbe slight won awful to behold. Nwad) StofNessilttioe t.a.Id 1Se1fersthe deportton eof sarasrchito 15 CI'wets the "400a. wae s "wassetal eveat of Usead No MosTaOen.
Otho e Seas. Is. 11 I bl I bF &uedauw Of Immiarahhare 'on TmvUeSday iht.-The brides Nvew York. Mdarekh6,-'Mlisa omee
WAS86abimtu, arch 5 --" ONWP anseWaitos ofCt"port. ware Mrs..Adoelin as widow of Stre.has. who bh"1.4led figtU Iathe
OEMODEIE AVtT WK ~,~ to tha e91141satethe 111011111101- Thea oesmmadee sa'Wf,111 es 6" u&1., usufry Nev.#?. u adhr davvtiag~rMis.ldegwlature, ktr pay tw 0e"U toabti
on ml*ue iiiiyls 41010mo1141011100111 In 1h11111Power t0o Qartirvid el~ey. see equal to toaw gives amis t6e
rfek eftup In Sara and IF IreUponsa "Is0S9ojr~k HUI. swat abeep S~akh awis el of 00 .ustyi, Mrs. Maley was married I* Mr. sance poollmie, b" a Ialo usedteP&
S*Vet 51 ----&ays a.t eoelsAm, $Pals;- ias.j bft usa111111 6.1s08SOfwNy96116whisk psoadiftA.- 1116641. sA ~sMin1110K"IWOof hmohklys. Where 0 111900, t110
.tlarksbsrg.Va.. istak 5-freak W.. Rsdaiei at 16CM9ul, "t1k.. Mtb aensbe .00soo~d K1141116 ieY tbe hebMe o4CMUr. WW A- shas ire sllan* eelved haM
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ad ''" t~ % MIIIJ Umko: 1111fu I. Wi11leM ofSt 0 Mrs, Itatio hs bee hea 5 eddoilt 5or, lM i l e1bs ~lsoste. ADk@& *
silslshot aasd wMW* O&M.ot 4I&,CU .As Peg Awliusei' a Daiy. o(thi feltf the IStOthittw O yarn.s .iie. ago lothiead i in I%"*
*TMin Wurs ue T bea *owSit *0 wu~iftwl (iihine-6, Maom* i.. -e-4MOMAvnM I* a nt rsitieilvie of ta" islg or the b"clieva juk~ g, ~ilO
rhivurd r ca ea, ssim alimW W3101 I 8 6e-C. te yelsox R4204" am eaaeblM or4hylaft havTobe"m Pot So the an ad Bo
Wine Maohsy. a p aI jm E1111by. emof eSalaping. who aetmpbed to 286A Ie, as, ew# 4 ObdoefI----- -f956Do aeethwtike bae" besw S
hey ramand Jobs Reamse. 'Tobe Vmted "Staties om Wmarhl~te PollkeeShiftiy.,aa" was htmlwf $clai.SptbyRufeas *
eastern district of Ckilahesa. 1Sammiwee, o. of the betof vf- W" w Mo.sA tll&V ert6ldi 16-
Theham s wIe te so o~d ~pIs, plam of uise w sgsir 4 s~eM Vaweras sa cou wn r. peeImp Osf rty#... 118114 aOdm. N~ tieAsil
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64EPlMlpahasSIMh VateJudciay mftte. isyd.'Th~ p~ 00 "*adsaw -srdaw f" *As stless eeef sel" vnMayorTayr rea~ vivisil i WNWpfe
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twAw ~*to aOa pdot am' bwil A da ua" ir St ~in O biaS for 'saletoNre w alit Wooeiss. ii, a Mab
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w o a n serwa e

DAPIP, MARCH 6 C 9t8 6i-8



; Another string Inatance of the
S peerw's aItocracy is to be found In
his oppolstlio to tie Appalachian and
I White Mountain forest reserves.
: e are no Republcan votes to
peak of ln the vicinity of the propoes
ed Appalaehlan reserve and therefore
the Speaker ba caused It to be refer-
red to W E Judiciary Committee, with
S a view to preventing any action what
ever. Cr a time Mr. Cannon was
rather more favorable to the White
S Meuitata proposition. He has oppos-
S 4 ths or years, but recently I was
ponted out .to him that It would be
S Imposalble to secure any Cannon dbele
S ates New Englahd If he continued
( hti oppoeltlon, and he appeared tempo.
rarely to relent. Now that It is become.
I g dally more obvious that there will
S be no Canon delegates from New
I lgand, anyway, there is resuscita.
-'sieJO of the speaker's opposition.

I The Democrats in the Senate are
not presenting a forceful ma oppot.-
ton to the Aldrich bill as they might
S Itf they would only get together. An
matters now stand, senators Balley
and Owen, of Oklahoma, stand for a
bond secured rurronry, while a ma-
jority of Democratlc Benators are op-
poed to this four of circulation. Of
oourse were the Democrats to pre-
qet a united front their opposition
would be more effective, especially as
the Mepubllcans are not a unit in its
support. Another radial difference
between Demorats is that regarding
bhak reerveo. Senator Johnstoa has
Introduced an amendment whiob will
have considerable Democratic support
and will doubtless be adopted, pro.
vidiag that nationall banks must retain
twe4thrds of their reserrs In their
own vaults but one-half of this frac-
tio may be ia the securities enumer-
ated to the Aldrich bill. On the other
hand, Senator Tallaerro of lorida
li I fL t l RA *l thil --u-

he said he was convinced that the
ahots were fired from rifes which
had been issued to the 52th Infantry
and which were In the hands of
negroes, but was not willing to ay
it was the negro troopers who did the
shooting. But although a large ma-
jority of the committee voted for a
resolution saying the negro soldiers
did the shooting, Mr. Foraker has in-
trodueed a bill providing that the
discharged soldiers shall all be re.
stored to the army and to their re-
spective ranks and all shall receive
all back pay. Of course the Ohio
Senator does not expect such a bill
to pass, but be hopes to make political
capital with the negroes and Incident-
ally to Injure Secretary Taft. The
only man who has In anyway profited
by the Brownsville investigation,
which has cost thousands of dollars,
ts Senator Fornker, who has charged
the Government with a hotel hill of
$6 a day for the three months of the
Investigation, despite the fact that all
that time he was living at his own
handsome residence In Washington.

Another evidence of the demoralls-
ing effect of negro suffrage on the
Republican party Is the violent effort
which is being made by Mr. Foraker
and others to secure contesting del-
gatlons from/ the Southern States. It
is well known that It only takes a box
of algars and a very few new onedol-
lar bills to get up a contesting Re.
publican dlegation in any Bouthern
State, and yet 'there is a possilblllty
that the decision of the next Republil
can Natlonal Conventin may be die-
tated by theo contesttng delegations
Bueh a situation s deplorable from
any standpoint. although there is satio
tfatios of knowing that such a course
by the Republicans would unquestion-
ably Insur the election of Mr. Bryan.

=- vvi 1UE w to yw Lv eu Iw rv. Oiven Up to Die.
Nuimerou Democrats are In favor of .S.
the Nelson amendment guaranteelang vansile. 104. N. Vi"Pr iva t.
all depositora In national banks against yEars wasl. Ined. wr itee: 'kP over
los which I a polcy advocated by I w trubld with kidney and
Mr. lryan, but os the other band, ladder actio wo ch aed
fenater Paynter of Kentucky is mueh paln and worry I lst lesh
earnestly opposed to the provslo and and wa al ru dows and a year ag
wil make a speeh agit It. Were had to abandon work eutirly. I bad
the Dei rats saoidly tor it they oold three o the be pyt ca whodid
probably attach it to the bill, as they m no good an I was Pratically
weld receive considerable help from glivn up to die. oley's Kiey Cure
.V Rpublca. ,was recom euded and the fIrt bottle
,theve meRgrt rel e, and after taking
-- the eeeoud bottle I was entirely
The outcome of the RrowaavUle In. cured." Why not let It help )t us J
vMesIstLn demonstrates to a striking W. McColluam A Co.
droee the evil resulting from the e. A Card Thanka.
fl eall t of the us-lgro. It is
,SAasof thf e arto e It Iot Mrs. llancbe &. Strtebhand of Wal-
pr hhably a ate a .rr Ii thatgainso do deires through The 8uu to ex.
Swh o oBeard t* of the vi',eh fantry tend her stucere thanks, 1a1 al&'rv
de oalse gilto qf the thulfantry elat.llon to the mllull: rium frit li, atnd
dobs the guilt "of ui nue.shervw of IuM o l t % kt 1
that reueat to connection oth the trtIe durlto the h ront ds-tl o L l tte
"shmeatis p" of lhruswui'pt.. ( tmtihM durlg tht& rcAtnl dclhih h
tWO ^iebel uof the Ml' I.rv Affae r noh ) Mr A
(womIt m kOfr arnd lulK,..lvi tto assur thrn that tL ee rL-
were wUling to vote for the )l.a.rkr nwqubnes and attons II
r.eontlr declartgl that the evidenl.ne be for ,.,,
Ahoied that the mr oes doid not do -
te ahWudng. Neserhele-s. abetre tB
ebaOe t a thug the der d aof M
d %bU. e s I a nte. aa Re blicban
Soo "ar5d whoe 41"frM 1% ex J
-M mo"Wf 1 1M "Mtti I ir G I
Iliqk r 'As move.


Mr. Goodwin's Platform.
The Sun announced that J. A.
Ooodwin was thinking seriously of
entering the race for alderman of the
city. by urgent request of his numer-
ous friends, and published two Import-
ant planks in his platform.
In one of these planks, however, a
mistake was mado. It should have
read that Mr. Ooodwin was In tayor
of suppressingall graphophones with-
in the fre Umalts, tastead of "all
telephones on the qunae." as was pub-
Ilhed, because Mr. Goodwin ti not
ti favor of suppressng any telephone
Mr. Ooodwla has added to this plank
the provision that so graphophooes
should be permitted within the fire
Ittte. and he is ta favor of maktan
the offense a mademeaor to play
any one record more than once In
tweaty-four hoars, no matter where
the grapbopbone Is located.
l. A. O'Nell is of the sane opin-
ion as Mr. Goodwia. and on this plan
of thp4i.tfour alone e ha assumed
the reepooibllty of anaaging Mr.
(voodwlus cram gla. Anyone deitriag
to do&atr to this campaign fund In
behalf of .Mr Ooodwt. either to eash
or produc'o may leave sae with Mr
O'Nelll. who has promise his 'wrd
and honor that he would divide
squarely t h the candidate Every-
hpy> knaow Mr. ONeill will do that.
P.ZU OINTMKNT lo saranteed to
cure auy cas oa Itchag. SUtud. lil ed
la or I'rirr.lag Ptee to 6 to 14 da4
or mo sey roftmdot. .
I n n I


NATIONAL CAPITAL O Adge. or by -atievlle
D 0mocrats Are Not United o e
in ci rdes with ridicule and soepticism, but
IN Sshow us a person n OGalnesvtlle who
OWNVILLE INVETIATION has pure rich, red blood, and we will
shboe you a person who Is healthy,,
Some Republlens Who Are Members strong and robust with clear skin and
of InvegtlattIng Committee Seloeve bright eye. On the other hand, a
Nei eldler fl le Were Used person whose blood Is poor, thin, bad-
out Will Not ay Neg~rt Did it ly nutrished, sl o wstsr, I
Just uas sure to b snb jet to nervous.
SMnesi 0erespearaee Th pa Sm. ns and all kinds of human aches,
VW shmtml D. C, March 6.-Rarely p ~ and Illst, ad that tired and all.
has the supreme power of the Speaker dragged-oot etaolg ts levitable. Then
6t the Hoas, under the Reed rules, th Impuritie of the blood often
hbp more clearly demonstrated than break out In the formof eruption.
#t pr.lnts to be when the AldrMIc To such persno we recommend VI.
baaeal bill goes over to the Hloua' no the odrn oo liver preparation
Thee aeems to be little doubt that .thhout otL It will purfy, vitalise and
a very ooalderable maoit of the enrch the blood, and crenW health
Hpse eanmrtly and condenltlousl'y nd strength i a surprisingly short
oposee the bIL It is probably true time. This I because ,Vinol is a
too, that a onsiderable majority senutin o preparation containing all
favors the Fowler messre, wbhih in, the medicinal and body-building eles
theory and principle Is the satitheels ments of bd liver oil taken from fresh
ad the Aldrich measure. Despite this coda' l4nrs with peptonate of Iron,
sidation, however, Mr. Cannon comes wbch is a needful constttuent for the
over to the enate oat frequent inter- blood, added.
vas and assures the author of the We ask any person in Galnesvllle
enate measure that be needs have to try Vinol on our guarantee to re.
no aaxry au he, Cannon, will "whip turn money if It falls to give oatisfac
the Insurgents Into line and make .ton.-W. Johnson, Druggist, Gaone-
them vote for the Aldrich bill." vllle. Florida.

Fire, Life and Accident os*l*"d!

Covtr Your Fire Lo s

W'ith a policy in one of
Ow1.. In-urance Companies
wo. rolfirt'.it. 'by car-
r% uch a risk when we' 11
'erry it for yOU at very
rt-i-ijl1lt. rates? We'll
11.1111lf.*I'#. rate On an

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Begin Engpsment at the Opera
Hauem Next Week.
Sylvaln A. Lee, the noted hypno
tit anddbe Indian explorer, wull begli
a yee engagement at the opera
house next week.
This famous laugh-maker id bli
merrs company come heralded with
the most enthusiastic prea criticismrs
from the cities in which they have
played and will no doubt repeat their
seoess here.
Prt. Lee does not follow the stereo-
tyWId Ule set down by other artist,
butntroduce an entirely new line
of/workr Introducing new scenes and
atsa In eah performance. Among the
spocbqpAs that will be Introduced
here will be the electrical fountains,
the minstrel first pat, the crying ba.
ble, the human woodpile, the side-
show barkers, the airship and others
noo numerous to mention. In all of
tPese scenes only local people will be
used, a Prof. Lee carries no con ed-
draten to work in the acts.
One special feature of his engage-
ment here will be the Hindoo or Le-
thian sleep. which was originated by
Prof. Lee during his tour of Hindu-
stan. In this specialty he sits on the
stage, facing the audience, and causes
people sitting In various parts of the
house to fall asleep while under the
hypnotic Influence.
Thbl act ls entird)y original with
him and has proved a wonderful sen-
tation everywhere.
The engagement will last for the
entire ,week, with special matinee
Saturday. Prices SOcts, children 25cts.


Silence Has Nov Pound the True
Way to Cure Indgetlion.
The first thing to do in the case of
indigestion or stomach weakness is
to strengthen the muscular walls of
the stomach and intestines, so that
they will care for the food that is
eaten. In no other way can this be
done as well as oy taking a MI-o-na
tablet before each meal. This restores
strength to the stomach muscles and
stimulates the pouring out of gastric
juloes, so that the food digests readily
and its nourishment is retained in the
system to build up energy and vi-
Use MI-o-na and you will have no
more sick heade.che. heartburn, bad
taste In the tMouth, coated tongue,
spots before the eyes, sleeplessness
and the many other symptoms that
are the direct result of Indigestion.
J. W. McCollum A Co. glve with every
50-cent box of MIona a guarantee to
refund the money unless the remedy








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to Representative ioes.
Ie and County Aidieuce.


ate for United States Senator
ted His Experience and Work
Attorney-eneral, Afterwards
ilng on His Record in Congres.
re crowd gathered at the court
o ursday morning at 11 o'clock
SConfresman w. B. Lamar,
Spat three terms representing
S. In the Lower House of the
SCongresa, and who now
to teh United States Senator.

man Lamar, who Is a gentle
most suave manner, but at
time possessed of a delightful-
ial apd affable disposition, was
led by his good wife, who
opportunity of meeting sever-
ladies of Gainesville and this
who were in the audience.
er of the Congressman, HBa.
iar, was also present at the

saman Lamar mingled with
da on the streets and in the
of the court house until the
the hour for speaking, when,
ed .by a few friends, he
his way to the court room.
rance gave vent to the feel-
moany by applause, as, while
hot met him personally, they
by his features, his pjh)nl.
his record.
Sman Iamar waf in:troduc-
sented, to the audience, by
stopher Matheson, in a few
ed but eloquent and appro-
ords, after which the candi-
the highest oflfce in the gift
people of Florida arose. As
ched the rostrum he began
g the city of Calnesville and
ea high compliment, Iplrson-
In the aggregate, and told
ored he felt to be anong the
of good old Alachua county,
amnd long be'e regarded asn
the leading cotintlts of the
k everything, from f:rmiing alnd
tural pursuits, nluaiufacturing
lae, etc., to education and re-
throwing a few bouquets at
r, Itsa people, the ladles afidhls
PI, Congressani lamanr got
p the point of his visit here-
ldidacy for the .ITnited Htaten
hip. His address was a little
, but It required time to cover
pnd properly, and his hearers"
atln t and attentive.
Iressinan ltinar mi(d many
of Intetl et. hut tanong that
bterest'es the people numt was
weence to his duties and re.c
the fourteen year.i he had the,
and dlstinctitci of filling the

the designiing of final
iesw' and .Japallem Mat-
I, h1w'. e1nb1614.ii4 their
concoptisflha in our ]at-
Swck of ine Weaves in
Dy I)eNigm( of

we arxt i selling at
,25 perr ritl, and heavy
ot 'Mautting at $1) to
perroll. We havestem
mmc var iety of Jtterfm.

rui0 Old

poslUoo of Attorney-General 4 the
State, during which time he forced
the Florida Central and PealaulaI
railroad to pay a back tax of $91,000.
w\hlch for years had been i collected.
and which he api, aldm and toot front
t;e lower court. whijhi had decided ti
f'.tor of titc tl r iilt;s.it t i) a l lg tr
court. on hi. u I l ac'.i;:lnt, its tne Statt,
treasury vwa- d*fni:rt as far as the<
expenses for this appIal was con-
cerned. %
The speaker told his hearers how
especially active he had been in the
Interests of the people of Florida dur-
Ing the time he has served
as Congressman, calling particular at.
tention to the mutter of extending the
powers of the Interstate Commeree
Commission over various rallway lines
and "car corpratlons." so as to give
the Florida shippers redress against
unfair charges for freight, as well as
refrigerator charges.
In all, the speech of Congressman
Lamar was well received, and he no
doubt made many friends here of
those who had never met him before.

Miss Irene McCreary intertalned In
Honor of Approaching Bride.
Miss Ida Reddlng, whose wedding
is announced for March llth, was most
delightfully entertained by her maid-
of-honor. Mlys Irene McCreary, at the
home of her piarutn on Liberty street,
Wednesday evening.
The McCreary home was elaborate-
ly decorated for the occasion. On
entering, the reception hall was moat
effectively decorated in red and green,
two large red wedding bells heing
hung on each side of the hlairway,
and a profulson of Ivy was in evi-

Cottelo is a cleanly, wholesome product.
It is made from cotton-seed oil, in a thor-
oohly modem and hygienic manner, and is
just as pore a olive oil. It, moreover,
malke paJatabl, digestible, healthful food
which will agtX with the most delicate
stomach. Lard food on the contrary, is
iadilgetible, ad Will cause trouble if its use
Is penrted in.

CoMtleen is endorsed by the most promal
nent cooks and household economists of the*
country, as well as by those of the medical
profession who make a special study of pure
food. There is no substitute for Coittlew,
because there is no shortening so good as
C(tGlmd It stands alone, as everyone who
has used it according to
directions will verify.

PCottle i Cuatnal We hereby authorla your
gsocur to refund your money
oaMe yone sot pkt adl after having gives COTTOLKN 1 a fair tet.
Nvr Sld in Bulk COTTOLN is packed in pails
with patent slr-tight top, to
keep it clea, ftslt and wbholeonme; also to prevent t fronu ab-
sorbing the dirs c c.lle odors of the grocery, such fish, oil, etc.
Coo Book Free We shall be gla to senl any house-
wife, for a two-cent otmlbup. our new
"PURE FOOD CO IK 1 lO)K.," edited an|l compiled cie Mrn. Mry
J. Lincoln, autbh 'a 1 the! Iainuul "IBosto Cook lok." Addrdia



'deucec. *n Aofors idac or Cigarettes or 1o-
In the spacious parlors the color baooo in Any Form-Other Advice.
scheme of pink and blue was carrieL Mrs. Dr. Carolyn GOietl. th' f.mn.oi
out. Festoonn of pink and blue crepe demonstrator of the healthful nmaanner
paper were hung frori the ceianddeller itf living, addressed the pupill of the
to the corners of the, roon. On1 the Galuesville GGraded umid Higtl s8e holc
bay window of thel front ,parlor a at the auditorium of the school "'I hlr -
large bell made of pink and blue crepew day morning., t w%%hich time, :., took
paper was suoliendedl. oCcaulon to give tno,*' who htn'ii her
The bride-elect en'tterted the parlor conii'der,~bl) g odm advicee. e~roially
to the strains of Lolhenlgrin's Wedding to the boys who smoked cIgnlitire or
March and wats -ecorrted to the lhay lused tobacco iin iny fiortm.
window directly under tell bll, where I .i (Glelel uidlth that th1, r, v.re-
the guests all greeted her. Imany things not go To her great surprise the bell, when the.' days, e. tIweClally the younci follkt
tolled by Misnes Walker. Whetstone, HSlh made a particular war Bagliln't thi'
Mc('rearv aud hrant. burst forth and time of tobacco, referring to tlh' ce'lml
ni;ny were the unique, preoints that rette an monot deadly, and "sture death
showered the bridre-lect. iEach gift iln the e(nd."' at4' advisdi the youngg
was accompanied by anur.lginal verse, folks to get out and Ite Ii the op'len
all of which MInmn ieddlig was comn. air as much as I oiisble. I.ke' all the
polled to read aloila e-xertlue tlihe cuiold. andi It ly would
The library, In which ,MIls Margaret fit d that in the end tO. would It'
Merchant lpre'Hlid at tihe puInch bowl. better, healthliir nd hal ti r'.
wa s a profusion of Jessamime inid i I.v-
Perhaps the imost attratili'e roome I No Case on Record.
In the house was the dinting romn. redl There Is no case otn ia -ord of a
and green benll th.' ire\tailling colors. cough or cold resulting int lneunoe11ia
carried out by iani.onilca.. az:lilnae nud or eo)nnnluiptlon after F 'l Yv'n ltley
I' y. On the tale %%s H lbe'atiful re and Tar bha been tiak-n a It will
flector, onl whic'n sat at large candpla- stop your cough and br., i up your
bra with red shade's. In thin Inviting cold quickly. Refuse no, but the
room a delicious slad courow was genuine Poley's lHonoy all! Tar In a
served, yellow package. Contail. no opialae
The music of the evening was fur- and is aafe and sure. J. \\ MoCoilum
mdihed by Miss.e Thomas. Ilurkbim Oo
and Pound, which added greatly to ..- -. I .-I
the enjoyment.
The bride-to-b, sever looked more
beautiful. her gown belg an esqui si
ereatio of white erepe de chine sand
Irish point, over taffeta.
The bostess of the evening wore a
dilety tro.t of Igured aeolian, over
The guests numbered seventy.,
asons whom were Congreesmam ad
Mrs. lamar. Horn Jeff la mr. Moa.
olle, Misb latise Watter. Albwa.
on. Miss Saumis Now Cease. Coma..
Mrs. Thie. oddl il. Oreatvlle, P.
and Miss gWvas. Montgomery. Abi.
At a very late ber the gsts uesi 4
parted. wishing the gaet hoeg 'o all ,
applomn, and voting Mssl MtCrery
h mat harming of hrotest m rethe *tSrc,4 to
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iuerestuag Metins t hisk ~ And the lucky ins-a.ni o
mittees Were L~L I men who enter ita I -rtals amr
The MOOulS tSv 41 they who we the AortWA cut
irby smthf I'M m 16 l J if
term ut t ofthe federaey. Ws bdd to I&sp# Iditfo
tb WOW ON M r*- 'JO MANIM O .M X V t9 t, amoog Si Alar Card n -
pu ma" tmip Thar afwms 5 drebnt pr om toall employ.

im of was emi or, Ow am winmw( O is
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en arvs-bringhlofgy.'airdol~au
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lIe-1IiI ( i o N l,4l idS' IU ot l tim ,ri buk. Ib* ,l caioeim In firprt iietlit I"' .1-4
Imllbrif"u I'la, fCin-It ia Pta like oilie v *16l Doyrnlosirl les-slo-it id #-,#III-
1'1,4' 'mn'kIt %Ifrri. floSr, l 'Ii' l 'o4trm, h UIs d impy j. vi-4
0 NE 1,14 AND VXAMINE: TIM1 -eoliikis y,-optv
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soWile k r se'tGopil toe011o

Iwr W. we. W t0Sm ofarlando ti.
a h: +-r Me :rhe-s 4
Lato We Uwewa co odd
WatemlObeLfteb semOdW is

%or~~~I sesPltreoil Otho uS.

~.OwUt y heWll1wBreatd
a fn he was'etsaoled for

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uqmuinr~ isa l Ireolvrstprb sss
was4r htO 61.5,0 .1r~ onlltera t

"5o~9oo, ~t a~ suwbmarine ~34a

-.o watery one might say.

.Havana Bloctric o's. annual
t show a potent reon for the
"1 vtls-divrtdmemd pam, derot
m.t ld ad sarpla created-ell
ITalted States law and order.
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Match souwem bluome for tast aIu
eaa was 6U3af~-thle at C0aa
Mt at v eawta. Tt t Msigh
is set yet who we shal met be
eadeds ad howltag for a ght
:Th uronr who reabed a tedLt
St bosit a lso t Is wer l ll
each by an lt namt a t. wl have
la to stody whether their Met pre.
d. "headk yet wi, talU we teo."

The Brew Houn is ow tMed wh
eem heat. whicas. totear wish Ae

tw t aths i s arty every mal
men It -a of the aI t omeomfdtoe

lania. e e t of
Ie wvier' e. Odd -e- er
w a*"ed ee eep m e te WbIe
New*e be MaiWIed sUmlarly.

WMas trey would cange the ma
that newest marvel at aasing
mp. Rawhide Is far c troa elet
4 th them. the eugameles d a
myr usaeMtiy res etot what

rtr Ushed satee sweator Wb.
a- cBa Ie eavortma to ast
-eatr t am OR thme grod that he
was aeatood by a Govnrwr who
was a-I a ritary at whkch
oaly white r e pemiwttued
to vee T. ld oalr ha evident
MW #argedem hl W w elSeed S-I
eter- at teest bMHtde a letanse
Ne musabers o W"b IW ***te

skt.SmS0 V -". w Dow

to.. ^ h^^ ^ g, ", ,on.oiOF Mana,,
iitod t w II Il A Wlii m an
velal trii te raeftts M .
bottle. Ia tl suu d ta o. bth jT 2
I dtor rW IO I001- -A" IPh s- LA
ti llb~p S Ip t .0e s it-.p "an*t 91ls: in the
d0"i. I ._. "We j lst took t he
hro --O-l- S ,e nlls i~mn b itlrod stack to .lt"
ldirl'Be lat Mir a rla_ Il 'h ? I kh t b"s rpoo, A"b p
sti' st sll tw he mrarr tew rlso. .Vr th two they. a
ot spaie to aldoL dl thtre was ati*I Tery &trWI u SoremW
Baty, sqId ri nes II6 be of M b you re wtal -
or, A a bulng u. p a butane or ands t
n etbhe, barvel m d ll w one of gbos, rou mut Ik
m tri el wt l, thir ll t mo tL there strdoe and s k to It." r orO
. orde abrt 3 feet,. He bgL. s, Tr MAMn t tW Mb ,o .mf,. s: rNjs. prlUdo i
tb .'dtwogp rho en l kinds n of ment. the
Mig ot the ANOUM SKiHe" gL l0 5ti d O s t ho Ie110"
the O nsad h* 0L a*' drlIt mL The men who aU bnmw what V4 6Jk I Owha
ts, bshitfiU tiorbs of ta retaeb they at to do rad why t hey t wnt
i,- d hr itI li of the- d t. The are -o. men of p-e .oeve- p dl -tT
moon. li etbht wt the rrsesn se s 7ty pun at gstf A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S
which swooned Sab. rosel rabelI 'L h d ors
1eart with the pre o wet snow whm ot wrpose In a man, withouton the, ...sn..
doq!14O to so oU.o d worth thepow-flmtn ho loftANK*_TIa EB406,16
gleams fre the ile. pstas abt to stick. T t worth t pow
fre of the ames wbleb fl sh ftrw. ~ 4 to blow it up. The derk t . ... wS the "afi. a
)wel's depth. The Itglncin dp sepI to become office mana- an haand Ie tad h i nk r
itto Nis ow p nowm, oe took of the5 4ta himself with the pos"tlom ad w a
love whicobk. labo there li e ai and llpt book-kp, a1 d thet. A l 1
rm pied baetbi the wlnd-kletId ma' *I* callson a few people, me-
.wav" of a m r m. thrill, ldInto cures no orders, and goes out to the V d Snow IUniae CO.
the form He was tashliola, and allb ll gam are men who have pur. pose
Itf esa m4 rth rjoloio, for lo! no bu'nt persoverance. They are soon
had wiroidt the Am*lcan girl." lst ed mon the thousands of "those

Pretty ood, Isn't t? But we pre who mat well."
test intlat'the .von ttawls tat 'wu 7 aLa fwho takeo lt-ito his head
pla HtrJo tmomary &e tIr s br to do e thtin, sad des it, who Arst
of & 1) p 0 9qst statesnan sad plans' his work and then wdrks his
It ds the S Mlrit 9( a Tesa crib. l- 1I the man ,,who makes good.
ble. re aret,rd it osve l RHeakt the get-there stroke and -
"-6 W 46et like it ought to stie* toIt T .'
be &'Pow unty.preotdoheo, "d ao
tMat I a"a* .eabalmed tie tu L talUt 1*ndl. gg the a ret
puieauINccam ofbof 0 "b" has uotainvl5 by the t ail
we reo tUlr teref tbs olnagr l 94 h destroyed 0ilo tluses t he is
doqbts as to Itt orglB.-loakeland outside world will nt tbe alle apon
.to am the manytamllies who are left EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 16, 1908.
bomeless. The people of Tampa
DOUQLAs ANDo fboSSvLI'. themselves nobly responded to! i* Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
WlIe edeAr aeA those lft deiute, atd win cal points South... ................... .9: am
I" e' tq It that no onesuffers to it
Waie Preoadet theomst stftae wde that a t populatedby Returning, arive Gainesvilleo ................ 4:25 pm
to 00 oat about the matter of wages
a!d workmen. it amght be wel forub ple has grown ealparavtlely Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Palatka,
his .to tak counsel of that wise nd n a few ears from a hamlet to a ct Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 p m
paole Demort. on. Wilam L Re turning, arrive Gainesville .... ............ 9:0 p
Douglas who juat before he was elect The tul will bold their Na-
ad The Popullsts wollf sod their Na- t 1
Soor of asses o 1 l nveo at t. Lois on J. I. Cutler, Gen. Supt. L. E. Barker, Tral 'r.
Aapd rin 2, as d the disputed pont u O -I _-___- __*
"I believe the day Is at hand when Apil an th -Pt--d it o -
athe rktogman oan Ino longerTbe do whether Tom Watsod favors Mr.
lad1d by thecr prtct. Brdyan. Mr. Rbowevlt, or Mr. Hearst.
Spssible terst can It e to s willing to sacrifice himself on
wsmpgan out of a job rid out of the altar, will b omadre clearer. ,
maeye to tell him that the country Isr it witut No .N No. No. No.s o.
WIa greater, grander and richer A Republican Conaresu without aDy su aly i STATIONS Daily exs Sun Ol SuaOnl* *I
Sold e roie Rstpc polcd frolscandal could hardly be expected, and Sao san
aader the Repubilcan polICy of pro- -- --
this time the lobbyists for the Holland A P Na P P N AM Ao
tes qon What be .wants. i ork, th time the loor til Holland Le *Arrive Arrive
su.bmarine boats wto b 'I I,-t 4a......... re O........ 4
stea work. with enough money n ne boa ar. to be .... ....o
od.urn the ra arou ArirsArr 30 AI3r 48 5 Lv
hi velope on pay-day to settle thp 'eLd.iLura t1 ra.ot o P L ar .o .. Ar1 LAr Sl4 Ar1
0 4 IN ooe a iuneg" ...... SIN 44 L
necessary bills for the support and tht uto edt Ar ......... P o... .............. L S s o0
education of hi family, and at theIn that auto endurancato estrt It a Al r.ampu n L L -
awe time have something left to lay rather than to the swit at Dowlrt Ptrk for a trl to xad _from Live Oak uaf WI.t*
away to provide aalnst old a rat h h to h s -sOr o.AilBitonpoB ea asa
40W.-,.__ "MS Ue s. ah"o" W ",Or _ Bsa OnGesse. 11r l-
lolmnea. Lok around you and fte oat' R P -e PUanS 4.. ^ ^
what a very mall percentage of work. U I.r e W Peat wm.
lt people are enabled to do mrA ZVaiE
tk pld s-=g, e a with little op andORA
as p-rev-tO for we future"
U Prient Roosevelt had carried W IM" W
sot thae fa toht GOoveror aD"6" g s r^fie Ale*a"
woaab hae tkhe lot f athe workban aS. SEABO AR

u. L. edito The Ie s m Air Line Railway
*r. pakblisd at Pensacola. has Jus tSS e...L y
lstafed a new power pres. Laway
arey psbllhed his paper t1
Gatmusvae an wa s one of the mo.ssy SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, 800
peoh*r me he tha ee resded Ur THERN PINES, RALeIGH, RICHMOND,
*ad w at me tie* a petetal u at WASHINGfTONN BALTIMOBRE, PHIr
Wed i thi sill. .M "be A DELPHIA, NEW YO5.
-eaty La 383 ad was asetraumal >!3i'iJ r s.. >i r **-
to pewevttac th Wta tM kra si-i l -
rvatis. O h toF^ aFI4S r. b U US- Three Elegant Trains Dally
tle t iblase tar Is paper. sad
*The I5 3BnthM m m* "S Vt R ..

We, ofer Om Hm"s d t lood ars no.
wrd for wy eas Cbrib kthat ea
e toacred by Hall's Catrft Colo.
r. J. CMaE'( CO.- Toleo.
W&F the adrased. hav kioa
V. J. Ch r ftr the lamII pS t. ad4
bler, hvim perrtly Ihonrabe in all
besbness traasctima and SaaaiallY,
awo w rvy oat &An .Toblaimose made
by his fBrso.
I1rwleu V [Wlru. TW O" da 0.
als tasrtb (Ni Ctzrs is Uae Iate
anly. aIS d lrwY upos the bMed and
now" uurftacsof the syotm.- Tods.
swi*SI sent f"e Puls, ISO p
1be la SIod by all 1lWts
Who HASe 6I ftu .m i ae

Modern Pullman Equlpment

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The S ALOARD rIAJRUlA tI1T):L-.j)lp PujjllMan
b ulm .. St AUuutinep and Jacksrt,% ilip to \Ow York via R lamb qK i
aI' ngtont a ItNing Car r a 13cartel er m ke Double in a- %S
p le e t m m It stero zim a nd OW OO. VUo C ar. ea v e Ut .
11:W a. a sad Jaet lu. l: ~) p lda. t
e tall blformafon &a ad *epkv rew rtko an M "s 1
Seaboard or vr~te

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'' Oridao has g'ee into the busineoo
i:t i liUnII osf the English sparrows.

:Fred Gross was sentenced to 9re
i\ eait In the penitentiary Tuesday In
Twapa for bigamy.
I. i f* .~ -
StQal ales df revenue stamps
T Ia s oece for the month of
Femary Aonted to $49,042.90.

<" era Gilchrlst has donated a
aluable half block of land In Punta
Oorft to the city school board for a
site for a new school.

TI)e Tampa Fuel Company Is the
name of a new corporation in Tampa.
ornised for the purpose of bringing
S- eoal to that city by the shipload.

It Is reported that unless prompt
tps are taken for the Improvement
dt Tamps', water supply an Increase
Int nsuranoe rates will be so great
as to practically prohibit citizens tak-
Ing out policies.

Oscar McClenlthan and Martin
Jenkina of Fort Myers went down the
river for oyteers, when In some way
their boat was wrecked,and both men
were 4rowued. It was several days
before the bodies were found, each
being wahed ashore,

A quantity of sulphur was taken
'; from a phosphate mine at Floral City
thirty-five feet blow the water level.
SIt Is claimed thkt thi s a very im-
potant discovery, and if the sulphur
Is found In any great quantity I
S would greatly eahanoe the value of
mining property in that section.
^~ ^
S Harry Bomford, a former plumbing
Qcotractor of Tampa, who has served
se. en months of a one-year term In
.the eovlct camps for shooting CaNt.
Park, a steamboat master, nephew of
tate 'Trasurer Park of Georgia.
bhen Park suprlsed him In Park's
' Inbd it MNrlPIt, nab'been par-
n .ded by the State Board of Pardobs.

About two hundred feet of the
tretk of the Atlantic Coast Line rail.
romd bridge at Peace river, two miles
S lo*ath of Wauchula, was burned last
', .Ffday. The origin of the ,fire Is not
b ownl. It will doubtless take several
S d s to repair the bridge so that trains
a. a.pass, and in the meantime pas
Srae, mails andl express will be
transferred. Wauchdla will be a sort
^"" of a raorad terminal for the next
to few d. -
e ONe of the Interestlag Industrt.s of
t Aagutine, although on a small
cale and In its Infant steps, I the
V iTpH dIstlery-' at the power
S it of the St. Johns Light and
awer Comnpam. Pine wi d Is and
o .L e sad bam o ef Its ed to the
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re I our Boy or Girl '

S E Thin or Nervous?
Parents do not seem to realize the great
mIamportance of curing nervousness in their i
h hopper wh te children. They call in a doctor for a cough or FAUIMS
the hopper whieh extrcts the tarpona* WTW
ttoe. The process a Latelr compl- a cold, but nr~usness d eated, but the results are satisfactory, as being seriu enough. t is. A thin, nerv.
s about asx gallo of turpentine are out cbd rareldevelops into a strong, healthy uAM R
extracted from each cord of wood d man or woman. More often nervous condi- will appel to
the pulp make. tter fe than the tns become chronic and the child becomes eeY pare.
whole wood. In A thab pMat of the L JI- If tmaei
.pl..t .ll be .... a-"s -d i th a life-loa deimte, nervo\lus invalid. .....
plant will be greatly apd it' "i nc"-"* *tsdoseee .
is belieed will prove a d paying You can poitively cure nervousness in bkamt yoer
propositlon.-DelaMid your child with ehId. J*s
.......j _* _riftusWaelk
QUARTERLy CONPF NCE. Yo s io e mptl

One of the Best Meetlngr Ever Held 4Nha
Was That at Mes.. Aamtr anits E x"r a".. u
Editoi Bun: Last Saturday and weeweek.
Sunday the town of Melrose was This remarkable remedy supplies phos- rAdee ia this
bleasd with one of .the beat quarter- phorus in soluble form to the body, tones and nreey.
ly m tgs In Its history. Our Pre- quiets the nern andl brings them to a normal, ihre'sueth
siding der.Rev. Fans R. Brides permanently health condition. The first d
was with us both days, prachinf tour permanently balthy condition. The first u Ad.
vqry strong, helpful sermons bottle will convlnwce 'ou of the genuine merit caile, Well
Lae opngreg alonais ut under his of this remedy. our duty to your child I1V Ie the
ministry and felt that they were be. should urge you to try it. aid up.. .
Ing drawn nearer to God by the 7 Cents Per qmet.
spirituality of the man in the pulpit.
Every church on the charge w as
reported except one. J. W. McCollum & Co., Druggisto
Th4'reports rendered in the quarter-
ly oooaorenoe were very encouraging.
The stewards reported that they STORE
had made the assessamD t for the sup-
port of the pastor $1,000. The pre-
sidat1 eler- stated that the Melrose _- ...-.
olrcuit was, at present, the best cidr.-mammM f
cult In the Florida conference. The
people are prod of this fact, and are
ging to try, by God's help, to keep
It the but. Thi people of Melroe
deserve credit for the very exoellet
manner in which they entertained these
quarterly conference. --Ia l rw
A Ipag table had previously been Washington. D. C. March r5.-Auto. lumber was a little less than ItR
arranged n the church yard, and m mobile and carriage ,lufacturers.' million feet. and It Is etnimated an
Saturday t was laden down with good along'with the men of the allied ve- even greater amount was n ed for au.
thtins, where all ate to their hearts' bMole Industries, are giving very se- tomoblle mad carriage wheels, axle
content rious onsideratlon to the question erap, gears, axles, poles. single trees
The pastor's heart was made lad of the future supply 4 hickory tluin- and neck yokes, and It is figured thatl
it the afteonoon by the large oongre- ber. This wood, whtch In onue bf the at the present rate of cutting the sIup.
gattlo which attended the conference most Important of all woxxh1, since no ply will last about 15 years.
session. safulfactory, substitute for it has heeo HRePorts are made from tinme to
A Woman's Home Mission Society found, plays a more important part time of tlhe discovery of sulitlAe gutll
has recely been organized In Mel- among the commercial Umbers than rtltutt'e fur hickory It forolun coun
rose with thirteen members and many many people realize. triet. The trwo w( O'I x hleh reoim
more to be added. For automobile and i arriaxe wheels, nearest to having the quality of the
The church was beautifully deco, where strength, toughness, and re. hirkory sem to be one of the ecur
rated on Satutday afternoon by the lliency are esseiilal qualities, no lyptus and the crowfoot elm,. tHth of
ladles and made to present the ap. other wood baa t.w*u found In this Auatralla. Only time will tell whether
pearance of Easter. country that will take the place ( these woods will prove saill'.frtry
The pastor's report showed that dur. hickory. Manufacturers say that tni *"ubtlt'ites. In the meanwhile Ainmrl,
Ila the past two months he bad rliv- steel wire spoke hai yet b'en found ran hickory users will Io otlligld to
en in his bugy 375 miles, made 10 that will withstand ihe wear and tIa. r cnserre the i present supply mnd take
pastoral visits, preached 1 sermon. of the hickory spok, and for Uthi rea '.tei to guarantee a future ..aei.lty l.v
oonducted eight prayer meetings. and son the wfarue of the vehicle Indus. 'ncourtasln private plaPtlti of the
looked after many othrl'terefts of try Uems dependent upon the con- tree. whose wood Is Weminl more*
the church. Our proepeofwe bright; Mserato at the hickory supply. precious asrel year
our opportnltles s a re rt, and Three of the lar(ts assocrati, os
or prayer to God is that many souls i r bery ser In the country. ite Twelve Hunyred on Strike.
ay be bronlht to Christ this yOar, INMMa Waiol Mnai ta rers' Amss Montresl, March 6 Twelve bus-
our next quarterly meetlU will be -0 America, Orttlage r6 uemloye oof ItV l IrtKhtaga ad
n th~ utiful town of Hampton. adt oksal AsIaisOnnU. and I1 *t. Asses .et',, Mills, wrt ,
we. a looln a brwar to that tl the at Hck oaos. lo to N D"Poos Tote s ,. . tJ- ..e, -.
with ..eat e.pectattors. ve a I ftloO. wel t tr O ine Tuesday. (
wT I M .. tests ith the aet thee the mplee wasted to h av
T. L. X. BARe P. C. bjly ad the tra- eonald 55s a usettat 4-a -harsed. sd .
lebrou, Pe., F MareC 4. 198.4 .ihly tmapttL The wated to at bekrs of lat e
ter a.a e cerlos ae ty or c d thle .
p ---lti rsper of ditereI wood r used In -

oips l to teat tm ae g eer l lofl th M--a. M,
.U J ._tem et Ir.l,. MeUa laea L tot L a e wiearI
JEto BfA a I K of the tsts made by s fe e Itre .aa Tbe a o1
.- S. B. IlsreW forest rlsat, utd IsMe ebets weoe a* dad4 4"

a m. .C a a m. e M u ch. 3 s d o. i. m be n. **, hie h d
Pal~Z1 rha t t, the* r e rror I weld wsh.' *, or e
,' fev. a s weat la the atag of1 vwe |ea s eld prias sp wad lh a se d I

bble MO. he lMrs* to the Prot*l,401 b *, i VeU-I
v~tr tognwwMtk no w 41 lo nomtwoNW"the eSel. Keplelds4ft #V&MMShe
so ofeh hetV k b iurNnsW and Ams s co-sm mf ofam Pair.
u1e Pau i r. beIW These Is aW0 1lOW he"M 1r b or, i
%due atbow~. ersf*. e&It f*IWO &Ad a saw.'. ~
dM~h mumps w ok Se dw red b? wIb Ott"# o the whus. I woomb prea 5. by ( &A
fart s W S SOM oV6046. Sv# W& t W-Sa fo.-so M
of The "Wowdow Co. 604v* Yiek
Wqrk am Of dM of tM? Nae to t&wt It Ib o tint ei Two dos*.-" s MA i
amsls at IWO with"We 51 of0 We UNA hosd tat
'kr abut o"Mus" M OW J. a. A s*
efu ut Id wag*C is do oo" r WM

IN*_a i..y ofoo ansifI vs
jog Wd Iw c nrrudrlc IO

eIm bryodak the urq. ta. s p ro aI I II
to o as h 1 biter lps th oiSAVE

canb" o r m-lv dmese wtp .i.y $ "* ApYestpM.A

ame a e .r sr 01S OL &Ar t' "
aefrm #o f oar ho wr rPP o.
c~In mIIm _rsM me~t1 UUJ~ KERR!~u~ -4- -----

tolfw. TU n fe ol and sad th em u
'eccgq Of oroheofpp= AD
An O VMbd9"h 4 ft Mwm w ;; seve @o oNW

&M thN AIad tM e4 d dll o
- The w m~y bm m IN m
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511am aods lo sps r r smem
I* be bm15I17UpI* thweewm be
th'e cycle..I wwk to
wmt my pissedw do& ift s
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Our Work W Our lsapuiu
If yott or" tolel we cannot put the fined
Inaterial inemir work ato the low chaug"e
we llake, cello te to IIU-I sadli lt IU prove
thit ymir efe'riuuaut isu Is utalenL.
WE ,U AH.V'TTF that the gold plat
lit )tir Cr~ it *it sul lnetidw fiork is Ilk
ille~ *1141 s W unct I'latinum Pin
hi'r~vlehi~~iei ivio. our rtilbheus ar
At.i~'m hilieeri tites. t neexle i ad pink.
11111r 4 e'el l-"'%il (Or tillilig 11rpVPCe A
Nedtit',e Pain, t l,4t4ylivielase 214k fine.
iftiir .'alt i 1I1114414% fyicutl lvin trol t
Allvc, ait-,iiiIzIa'tde tillalloy Maits01 Ioth
Itn shlrt. voe r)'Uaittlie t lice the IET.
1( %%v wev ieoich itkate'riasti 41%)our work

s sri-iy lig-i;riv NixlrnSldi
'., Aiwl tsire n.alillo-i iit a 14t4%26 to AO
110'r icitS I e'i e'I lau ithtder .tkintists
elsiipto. ..iMIuc it l" yeeair 4u% iti advanitage
Ioi give' tillbe ii i~ltri e
We leavo a ratto ineotrililents for
white' andt oflei-l141 i.'nis, and each in-
It'Io'tnin diens i-Ot-i'lfiftllq'feefL uT1 11114 1141
iovery operulies.
Akiet* iPaiM m Ctreathi

Olaneeville I, M-
This is to certify that I had
a plate made by Dr. GeM. .
Wald and that same is Irfoet
ly atldeftory. His work i0
high-,gred In oevry repet and
at a mweh lower pr(ie than
usually hargd. A. L. COUCH.

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The Pen is M htisr

Than it fire-engline when your11
house, im on firn, beaule It 11-
stantly .ecurtoo the entire value
of your hloziw-that Is, whes
Your nDAfte s penned up= a
strong policy for

ane ghsuw s16 to big lb. U
hoFes w m? II tDo It oinb, d
WW O Iat amlonias GoM Od

lb ai hu ad


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me prrmae AdYvertls fs under
SYog" Woman Found in Awful 0Con-a tiome a wel
.... .don withScbi-Boy a Mass 2and one t0me1 week M
..1 4 .h i, o I o Aa* preses pMiy Remedies for Seven Weeks Aprile 1et he rate w l
R t a result Was Discouraging, But every instance.
,p- -s-e Org- I-CHI- TORTURES R..
|1 YIELDED TO CUTICURA rendst hobuthe

Al Wio*okdi .aw w1 IAlachus ou.nty, subject
d.Ike 010,bithe 1 ~her Iat dasm" wd of the primary aloe l.
"NW#h.raaow a ti assure the people that Iw
,,~ ~ Im~4~athem Rsefaithfully and iismn,

OWN go.,-th.- b a l FOR COUNTY JIUPna
A?.., t,""W to I T 9,, . i respectfully announce
AT low ova*&l" s Oes law onMditi candidate for reelection a 10
-Tdrov Ap OU116da p AhwuI. ezainbed her Judge. I solicit the votes a to
h l ut nyhpy -te -hol4e i AT r4 O thaeo rL skend rution ocrats at the primary on aso 1y t
Seite am p ooertpin ed wh _.r 4 -w e theedclay r o au .yand if nominated and elet I wi
Z itth day NightT p t ao Luat4 W f tf se perform the duties owf thea O the
SO..m utKno C.w mpa,. 3.D to., t POGO"" A al lNoww upo n.. o O a to .was p a otm o s mbeatof ya of my ability with them
a hre.. uhta CtwoTinS. hese 6W many W0e u s& by oa *o wa5ot able to partiality that has chara tsG.W
s Wets s x am.,lg:"a w tfringItWA tl up ott wesulphur. wed Respectfully, H. G.
I "h e os '-, , of W e sild eOf ewwor*m*a y atandYU e
10te by fairly-sood house, mesMesy l=m b .at the matta w orolo o1
a 11 by at Interesting ^dramabe 4 an a ine h-ow disoouraged we were FOR COUNTY C OMM.1 Oi f
M gM of the latsntla drama L J 111 Listen eS all that time, we could see I respectfully announce MnyJst a
w ich O of the prunny o eth" a el e*. r t a time y so M"ila improvement. One day I hap- candidate for re-election as Om asty
o ieahs glan ato thlCaMent Mioone And w ber the st r e urs ec to see a Cuticura adverbtement commissioner from District No. 5,
theI Souther T n saaSter. T p n-lay by aap a bad a se aSaineruption, promising the same faithful action
Sitd clever points, which Se 0 the atI Alo wethr-whea o heO nea7 al h I had but ninety-seen of the duties of the office i t -
W Carried out to verW on w by a os his appetl g vi ait to that IMrsts t fret anmIis-ty Ballard's ts whI my tboughtactaked Cuti- ture as in the past. an 0or ialAthe
tihme'to Whom the Chaoracters were city, M10'r1, WWer aO n 6oWh by iowt LimmSet o It will cure you A curs Soap aWn a bottle do Cuticuri votes of my fellowwDemorsta. Ro-
thep llee1. I veonth W theon I rec ed howh I spectfully, J. F. TOWNS.ND.
to oa the e Rn the pollee. Ispriset buasiness m e of Hem. was like a child with a new toy. and we
Sb at beenhfavored witheW i MJom, 1411, OK .,s "have. sd- Yed our patient well and gave her a -
o ayl, ha ben fWIMel J. Be NtUrd hoe steai Tas writes:, "I have ulnd amfu o the a Re solvent. She le I respectfully announce myel a
iavot0 haos bthisn favored with ad with e eptio s e a trip to f It est Previous to umasg it I that ight better than she had aine candidate for County Comm -- er
eOmaha to attend4 democratic a. SO a greatauferer from rheumatismn adbhewithusd net day from District No. 5. Itf elt t-
hao rto this Jexorellen M an a i t I w h. lh to tmt. I am not Wexao eratin all the duties of the om andt e.
S pay. vr mb of which a ew ti Mr i Mr., ryS that Mow I ao free from thew co. when I ay that in exactly five weeks. ele t the ot
ti tlhis or her line hs b fron a sev c a owe to this young woman was able to look for the people to the best of my e bilo
M be an arthst in l a posit beingstrong Ougantonyworkwe thisI soliith the votes of my feltowemci-
gdtts latereted purhsers adi spectators Ii aDt." gold by W. M. Johnson. and ll of ambition. In another crats. Respectfully,
sets were allM cu that culSNd tow ask wae he month be left, th home, and now ha r W. F. AVAtT.
5 a4 in all the Cornb Runkel w c e by s a good position In. a nice family where land Grove, March 3rd, 1908.
ny lep0os0 *ileh to psa, a f lAt# RIta Naael4, wih a w a., March *.--orty. Yo Un ma refer any one you wh e FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOAto me
amyweirs. "lit Is the beet wore isld at s"ijto weotail"MterperoWg1, i nI ted for renarling inuuoally aura Jane Bates, 85 FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD.
M yh Th paidthet as br* Ut a e11t to T reto otl MmSe 1w peri wcadri t Pt or rtsalla" V Ae?., New York, N. Y., Mar. I1, I respectfully announce myAelf a
t ooul4 be paid rouht -by a t tr t t padtyI the oe 1007." candidate for re-election as a meibsl
w| -ch Is clheean and refined W1. -set tax, pleaded guilty I* the Udited isE yI Betsw tt for of the School Board from District Noe.
S --tates ort ad were released upoma M tspto, a at 1,. and if elected promise to e 'e
e pa will preot tonight All"e R.eeMith WiM-lng patole of honor, which they signed In ow (of 1 nd my constituents with the same
R'' Te Hear. y n. fulness as I have endeavored. to aesw
t dram, a thrilling story Was somethit1 to be rc ded In open acowUrt ad by the tr5o wM eh them in the paft. Vote or me, flaw.
@1 emofteist and good points, the smialh ot i*etory. h arbwl e as s ey P rom pa the oed i u batI M uu 5r h eto.paytheosi Democrats, and you wil have no meat
11gW W, De.' There will be beenn k~awledao d the sWatest of ansmnent'had to surrender their i to regret it. Very truly,
W1s aeC fiity acts durn this lt liver regulates. A ostie ur torto e city of and ANE COW LIATION...
I n ltas between I irta.ns. billous heaachte. comstpatlom. chills oer abn ay ed ofthe a o CpleI I t *
ohape wi r be bwo three Nad feveow. t4 al an ve oeWppalate. ty ew men O Ioer lines of Uncle Remus' Maalin Purchases the MUNICIPAL -
Mpl6tUnIWA' euagemest J- C. 11=t0 Littl Rek, Ark., writes: bsines, io nevr ed in liuor Home MagazIne. POLITICAL AiNOtCEn
tk. ltn prdOUap, ol ad H M"Harr hi Wnati" Uvr nOd& tra_ land w iM'w5Ie itspay members Indapo tlAoli. Ind. March 5.-A --
eOWttp'S alo at MtiW's.' d tHers s" LtwirA t or yV* t looer f ck lub. wnmaltiouw was created tI the a4verti* FOR MARSHAL.
o n ale a h Ite do tho work. etold fby We.. o ou- i lg and tanIaxhie world when It wasF r- ASonAL
SCH, ir to r wor"i d b, .p abnoutced T0u0day that Uncle Re- I hereby announce myself a caudt
S MAUTAUUA. Johao.' ______ Lbere Are Overthrown. a oMa aaad purchasrd the date for City Marshal in the elected
eia dth Dries. a0 Drd. eo4aoKhton, N. B.. Maropsth mIo.- Mu ie ba p. to be held Ao the 14th day of AVr%,
Who' Atte' e1 Thurday't Well acsse MM an lDeosat DOak. Te b weral goverwincht of Ntw BirugI Home Magazine of this place, and that 1908. 1 promise if elected to endeavor
h I a meo, O., March .-Deth clain l wick. weih has been contlae In ofrs the two would be cosolIdated and Is- to do the duties req hired by the cr41
S at h y Heard. j Orsadall, a well known bust- *s under one form or another or ed from the big plant of the former nances as near as I possibly can, saa
in who attendeed i Cautaqa i s e o lea. MWl o wa( at his dk la In ears, was overthrown the gteril pubMliation, under the editorship of I solicit the votes of all law-abidltg
W10 Well plaseed Ith the oe of thoeMacon(.rate and Box electns hod throughout the provisos Joel Chandler Hiarris. citizens. ResctfullyNKOO
they saw sad heard. Tno Bible works Tuesday morning had bee Tuesday. Thed oppooutho thicket ptn The price said to tave bee paid is PINKOa
sl li the umaAby Or. Alle tsuurerig slightly froanr a attack ofw 1St. John city and the majority of the'$150,000, andl the coIomable* circular
followed by te School of(il. be.t bd recuperated sumoleatly other onsituenelse. It iS expected tion of the two publications will be anIa cy his r-eltofan nocig
and Dumslc Selte by Dr. to return tolois business, and was ta t the et pr er will e J. D about 300000 copl. Marshal at the election April 1th
O.Ql, anid assistant frtom t s without warning. He was dead ,t of th opposition The Mamne e bha heretofore 1908. I have endeavored to perform
Creek. Micb.. was ejoyed, a within a few monientsi after the attack Hh been nubl ed by the BobbMerrill my duty without fear or favor, apt
M 0 the c nrert In the afternoon atd before mrical relief could be -- ----- couipa of Indlanapo Ind. would appreciate the support of My
Sdng ny Mis n d. A s a. inaby 11yfe'llow-citiens, promising the sane aS*
te radi by M- Bhaw In - ... tentlon to the duties of the ofce ft
l evinlsi there was a lecture, "nTe Nwetie to Our Custeomes. hbould be sunshlne in the home. and Don't Complain, the future as in the past Thanktac
s andr ad lis Fun." by Rev. W. we are plese to anunce that will be i you gtie it White's C'am If your chest pains and you are un. yoi for past support, and sa
U' Ier, whaih was iter.Ntiu. inl oe *' and Tar tfour mraftge, the greatest woern ied1 able to sleep because of a cough, buy aour vote r atheruomly.tion,
o.and lung trouble. i sot aated ale ever offered to sulwelAg hou bottle of Ballard's Horeboond Syrup BEN T. ARNOW.
r!T program today will be as lot* ,w the National Pure Food and Dr mlty. This remedy is becom- and you won't have any cough. Get
. i m- i law as it contalBs m opiate or oher tlag the permanent fxtre of well a bottle now aad that eotlh will not To tue Voters of Gainesvlle-I talke
t a.lbtt hour. r,,1lated hoseold A othr* last loa. A cue for all pulmonary thl method of announcing my ofan.
! m. i-otthool of Hl hamtl drugs and we recommed with ehildren. ca1t get woitho t diseases. Mrs. J--, Galvato. Tex.. day .or M hal of the City of warak
a. m.--kchool of Health and as a saf rmedy for childre sad a bottle of White's Cream thwtfase writes: "I ea at as enough for hi..an ohcer. .prte(Uni you and pe41
' p .S.lCoa rt by dole Orhetra. lum C ouse. It in the Puret aid bes t lard's Horehoend Syrp. The relief it interets while you were sleep, 5T
'to bt loo erd by oa reetOr e oec -- 5a mL. has t ie me is all that is maeseanry bout there years, and leave it to
2toa Pit kita. by Proa. X Htntt Ni n ae So to My' oM by W. M. Joh as to wheher I have perh'fored
a. -C Owarg t by Rose Orhstr eboW chamber New Orfo Is Wals.. l._ niht work to b en le to ay
Iaetel "The UItnotlomal in liters no d ly I o h. tem eatbd patehee feem bg r, 1A.. eo
t1re." by Rev. W. K. Ptaner da~ wh e mad clear the 1 .elabe WaI. the actes. ws 1Q fimort'ad e iet service. Your
fa- that Dtver otel ase were taha erItlellty Ill See Tnepday night a or.LT
e glede not ts ra rateo tirurae a a private car vs ued to baie .... ._1 -.
__ -_ -,__ __ ,,_ _,._ o,_,,o_,,_,, Mac ,ha.. Ailt Co0nty Abstract Ci,
S ----- .--o oa 0 W U0IJ (lnerseaal
..,. ...... ease 01 the acarta Iflee, ...._hm~os

Mer Me Lad ~-u susiwJ W kiasufagv%&
6. ~11~tn&We Use L&W Off. UU 1b1K not per" r Hrrdlm
fu~lylhl d Ike Soustmer rtateIw eostlaee to )w -
Nofeaa#he on whefmmsae 4* Ue Wedo an c'(lU.lIe Abstract busl 'l-
sle. Th inl fa' in.uir for Imparutng o
tao ITIII ~LI~~b t bIIbr tbS informational concerning the nte 4
k k Yi~u ~ W m~ a~rl, p on bep "w"". it is m am &fly an1Irlr d landsd In Alaebua aaW.
k Mmii'1 Vinluuut 6" &t Al busineUs transact 4 promapty.
%am& bU4110 of Misse. Ll st sam 0"ed _
It Ow boa as heslped me. L 14*, G S. MERCHANT& C
ab )wUinu s at als I- I 'Riam UAat ., o mo v -left lealensa obbers am
iz""j k. V khtw fmk*, A. LG tm.=Steel company, at 1~es vt i18
Ow-- 11g, J L w l) ma cA or PQ peu% sod blast ceaftv so v b S oat a d
&.1MIRMrIfthift ""ie wowto r m he Adl. 7%Wb Is
W;4%lr at 380 to" of Pigyr~buk rl3 b
_WIFancy cand Fanc r
w m m iserd 's m w f O O w m dtbe S tab A laba sm a t w o to tl f s *
go " Aksad 0 to 10110 CU fw & L a1p& a 1Im
am r k u ,WO a,.*.Lhaw itk.m st hb e OwS 1kmIsFql

(I( A Lbw CI*W woo LYb ,)aa. ra-" m: sor o n am as.O Uwda ha v
Lh Owth by tokiaV OW the I'Um sS A
T SS re al A v v T v w M V r. O e w n it s o ft *
be "D byW W S m SU g nu.MNe wie nda m
0hns~ 60~ ny b V"T MSLITg..ft,
OdkU A ft Ike ma an u~o ftwf Shw ale

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C Peng Pregrm o4 e4w Orleans ____
arrival UnmMlly Brilliant.
New OrIleas Mar .-Tousands Iny a Florida Eo ahold Will
O eblMma in tl a tfue ooetumee,
ormfng the larlet part of the sub. Fid Tm U
1ota of KiLa Rex, made one of the
etiJet ights of the last day of the To have the pains and ache of a
(ardl Oras fteevlte. In addition bad back removed; to be entirely free
Pveel hundred grown-ape ranged the troa anaoyln. dangerous urinary di
..-reet Ina bmorous coetug orders Is enough to make my kidne
Two alleoral parades, two sor! er graotu To tell bow this
Ou b ll ad Pabort r ld n jtw hg'reat change can be brought about
eoe balls ad about midnit threw prove comfortin word to hun-
palo of the King Rex and the King dreda of a readers.
&=us courts in the Vr*n op era .A Ortlng. esan, of 419 L. street.
Iwe wrothe closIng petacce of Psacfoa, 9is ., toel hw todo He
toi arlval. ays: Tis my experiteoe with
the t IdMbt n th Doua's Kelosy PUls I can atronlyr
i 'M lastit was reof eutoMd th s to anyone It need
te Mystic K orewe of (Qa God and of a ood medlocine or the kidneys
bedm were t emobjeots portrayed Kid"e "Ioe 1m ad baeaeim
by the twenty foats ld wIttthe t aueod me walt a ttInrval
ined and cd esta d people, who In- years. The brt or Meod attack I
deded some st d ty bW te s did not mrld, t W a tie went by
* i.eim 11 and e *. A they grw worse a" at. tmkee lid
stpmloa e up. oIM ul htdl wak end It
very port of pa n ety In te was a E atter to strhtmo up
world's history, from Chlneae to Ro- after tn, while the kidney vse
a wi, was represeeted. doess wMee i a ad uastearl.
-Doan's id e ared It M romI
w. =---_-- i fci 11 .. f *

Mobile, Ala., March .-Mobile's
earalval ended Teeday with the finet
epagnt t that s ever traversed the
, street of lay city. It was the parade
Sthe Order of Myths, noted in former
'yea r for the splendor of telr product,
and the theme thi year a a mythl-
S cal question of "Love on the Pianet

Larg, Purehase of Mineral Land ;n
Alaba by Capitalists.
Clumbus, Ga., March 5.-'The
Georgla and Alabama landutril I
S Lage deals l In tm aad tUmber
a di tfor a notable featre of the
iy the week la Oorga and Alar
| Ls The Largt sie was that of
361* acre oeal1 fields In Alabama
Ct northern etaltalata who will de.
op the property, ainking a number
Se mtaes a4 oarryaing the coat to Mo
M Ala., oa barge which the oomw
y will buil for Its own use. A
S ,IM deal Io an n Utber lands tn
CU e ooty., AlabamaIts also reort-
t ew e re o ato el a th t
fow days In the city of Re wkli
SO., aMge teo the tUdy n of
U oeo. A good mawny atelutor
Shlm sales occurred, tbe pulcha
*tIo rangnlg from $10 to $44 per

S Wem.M Oeneunee Rifle Pretiee.
S. New York,, Marel 4.-The woman's
ea4a circle coatlnues its crusade
: alnt there Ipttoductlon of rifle pra
S tiee J ralool bog. At a meeting Mon.
d y several women deooucedb Proe
'deUt oosevelt for his support of
As riehootU l thor oysand sid that
the practe wap a men oe to the
o e triy as It did much to make the
W oy destre war, when the mobools
a*Kld teace tbhe a love of peace.
hA* taeaehtlng e altary drill) to boys
came In o their hare of deaecls.
te Iby the speakers
4 .i
S OutIved ~I Unsfulonees.
New t-Torka kch 4-. oe. who
4eelbed as a eerk out of eram
aId teve Uhospital
'ito be *oelesed." He said
a |=t -ee la lets waet
Is 1M recast e atIeas with
", hies tfy Met his atup.
s et tlelm ota ser
S md ad to e chler o.
t aeeorebi vith Ides wkhob
a atta 1ted to smH. He wa
V sablee weed or ob.
bA* ..-.4e... . 4
I P. MMto w ty arm e

et 1.r medby hd.e drh
be6N Abegas asI
b 6W oaft for 4.1

e...k one atio eeas *rx aa
ed a w iw aes **
*n 6moroWel mile bech thelk gu Ita
. m. Ma fwtor
o oa t eWi ie*
agheha h ii ti e tfteub oMacng.

es Wge W rx" a W
remMedy ea be epd upon to (ftl
I the n'pr-- ad Ift I."
For b all dealers. Pr oe NB
cent. emts M unsbt o.. Bvf3to
New solrke agents fo tor he United
Remember t nas -Doaa' -a
take so our t

Nearly 6,000 Person Attend Io
tion In New Y9rk.
Nw York,. March 4.-Revealal
practcaUly ever shape of the develop-
moat of sulptor's leluI, the oom-
monorstive ehibltion of the late Au-
Ipt. Bt.OG d'me works In the Met
roptltaui Musmu of Art, was formally
opened Monnay nlght by a reception
a the Hall of Seulpture. Neealy ive
tbousad Bersuoa attended the ecep
ion to ee the groupings which are
aid to be the most important of St.
There are 130 wrks, not countUin
snall asts and cameoe, cotas and
medals In the exhibition. With one
emep the large statues are aouts.
That on0 is the sitting figure of Ln-
eolo, made for the John Crear fund
for the city of t.lcao. By speeal ar
rangement it Is belog shown here be-
fore being tranorted to the city to
which It is to tand as a mounlnent.


a aor be CUd m.
Thl Kli Ya b"N Alis ui B

oIwpaarw ot 9r-/LA F

Have an Eye on Men Suspected of An.
archlstle Tendencies.
New York, March 4.-That the re
cwet activity of anarditst i Deaver
sad CblcD has caused the New York
pollU to renew thdr eaorts to wa4t
seo I New York who are mapeted
of beag aSitLLated with orgeiamlaes
to foretlgner who preact rolase
was admtted Mods~saigt by olMee
Commllmor wBla am.
General Blsbam, however, reftn
to state what stloa6 le ,poltlo wee0
tftk q what metot odws betag wam
to watch the suspeete persm. He
woald sMather ala sor deay the
statement that there has bee mue
activity reeeaUy amoe g lew Tork
A soeao aM thA MY deve1 1Mo
A nin re cold hat may de tot
pmeo la over ast ems be iW
qaleUy by taklgy Fie'sr HOl O
Tar. It will cur the et o6e6111
m reckio end -d -
wei. The meoleo toi a deOw
p.otr. J. W. McVal01 & 0.

One Week

March 9th

prom of ve._900;. J aur&ayMai&"
*, -. -- -
M~ a Nowrtoat hm. v;.ua.at; u
of~b uSANm am m modyia 1AXRokl.A~~WAn
60 prime.E Ifaio wn snow
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01.ee in H eISO Block.

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proved and aimparoed), phosphate,
t rokigaad famtoJ ade Bend h i
a Ula of what yo o rtor sale. Jl1t4
And ollettorl n Equiol
Rea' xato, Oroysw lal and (ka
oIal PetLee. All busteossprem ali
tteoded to. O ee mst door to Bun
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Jacksonville and New York,
Calling at OCARLETON 8. 0.. both ways.
T he e 8toenulhm Ia ti e iwtot elvise
Ulyde New England and Southern Lines
Freight ervte Beteaie JACK SON VIIL, BI0TOM and
PROVIDIOC aad All astorn Polan,
Oallina as Charleton both wayr.
o, thbound.... ................. From Lws' Wharf, Beet
NoISCbtund,.... ..... rroam Fooi of \\ h lustMton st.. JaloleUm le

Clvde St. Johns River Line
4ttc,.pir as Palatka, Astor, bereford (Del.add), a.l lutermediaie LdlagO
on St. John Rivr,
are appoints. to aIl as fulilws: L.avev JAt KN VtI I. I.a lly Zxiep$
oaturdays, at 8:80 p. at. He Ulriln, It, lavr A rUD, Gaily
t 0oI p(t tinaday, at lus)0 a. In.

Leave 3:30 p. m..................Jack soavllle ...........Du 6:0 a N
Leave 9:00 p. m. ..... ....... Pal at ............. .. Leve O10:n
Leave 3:00 a. m............. .. ... A tor ......... .........Le ve 4:' m P. I
Leave .................. .eretrd (DeLand) .......... Leave 1:0 p. I
Due 9:00 a........... .......B.8anf6rd ...............L. Iae 10:Oa I
Due 10:30 a. m.............. Enter prlse.............Leave 10:8 a.
Paaenger and Ticket Offlee, Ilt West Bay Street Jeklenvillla
H. I. RAYMOND. tVicPrsdent and General Manager, New York
H. E. MAYNARD, F. T. M. A. C. HAOIRTY, O. p. A.,
Pie S,. N. R., New York. Pier 3. N. I.. New Tec.
L .8CROULR. C. A., F. M. IRONMONOGR, A. 0. P. A.,
Leoebur, Fla. Jackaonville., a.
L. D. JONE8. T. r. A., JOHN PENDRI. T. P. A.,
Jacksonville, Fla. Jacksomville, Ia.
C. P. LOVELL Aent. Jacksonville. a.
General Omoes, Pier A,.North River. Neo York.

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11s Tabulator
Every Mdachine

I gh-ees SBift I Uhe RIasingl I The
Obamplm Spee WrIton of e Wlord
9se the F a.hole. Mone PMag.hele
,ee Ip 'kleleeville Sbas mp ether smab se.

S...For Ble by...

B. C. DAVIS a CO., JIchoknvl0l, Fi.

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Through I'ullman Service on All Train.

Consult the "Purple Folder"

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.4 j*.bnr sup

R'ay Ostea e, o tf' Ofity was
"no tbb l'aI~s to this

,k L. D. -ta il a Waldo is in
ofe oity, Wa ms of bM sowter Mrs.
aiF .bloi T-rq
Ipups. Auw r *W Se Uberty
vr-t or at s loes NO
!* Met Iag, sag itt at th Atante
duoast Te w t TlIrwas aamCo tosA
wli speI eadMiian la ts o oty.
I,. M Mrs. KxLLAFotles have
. rad froma a pleamt vitst tOathat
dugt l\Mrs.' To' KiseTM, & New
' *. l 'Al
IB. Ooh fy. bormrly of Highb
*apri bt w raMd toIs Jaogmwi*
li, Ha a the ity ps bustemss Wed.
f- '
/,^i N. r. atoe tea Uap to Pae.
b wbeoofc e f$ r t he aat tew dayri
22t be 6 pso of t "aUtves anad

I rtmer of phm one of
Sf rof tat a etimon
~'S~ ik~ClrrC~ Gbn2 'Ak

at, p Jl9p nM!bitgefr. the pea M
;, has igreta krel fr' Ooa when
'^ _) be. btes tr the sM three day.
: ^m| .at aaslaal btarsaa.
m Xrs. Re6(4d of Oreenavllk
S u arrv to the olty, and will Ik
IaO sor aaral d aS a pst of hb
Stot4Mat, MtUea Ida ReddlnsI
.T.T D4w, mrote agCt of the
S othlora BIpras Company, whi
., i ib headqurftor In W4ayream
was .In the ot yate day on of
t l beolmae Mr. lRder says I
Oeiset a tovfe t a besit late.
b~Ieia owever.

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9h ad up* ohopt biti-A trtCle
ae d one AW ev ds dird as*m be ba
a nsht moU. "
'"uMt a fw WoNs sabwt 4Wi

for yer *seM lv, ret
Ito atgg flr Wmr er a rt

myou r w, a, r u I Isr
atemlr: dab thteofte*

Prawe memo a, ^rI will ie tua
Wiar-tof the-- Mie q8s for 30U

-1-^w *W* J- uN~r

WT. A~l h, BseaWrn oK CTamp*
oad. tT. .0 d % ee e e mpe .

pr rat- ms I tahes light
o 4 l. Ay I telee.h o a D 1V
oa a tnoetsr ort stieu at -

WP.tl vettaas sm b nm shat a
qua ao aeti t Or o Aa1141.
ftur Jew r eao-a quantity.

i we to @ bonaua and pleasure
Pins De aae-
BI. O WW. .ahrlha returned to
ile bwre n thle eity, aft a pYa.

ft Vet.to me d mutater, Mr W. H.t
ICblsto~~A.l teIl tolht6oil1. .
W. It. CI^toher ad Mn of Jck .
aettMe aote h t r a. or Chrtt

pht b engged fn \* wholemale
W. W. Worlden oft IMpern Cityb
qud teovtoed. ft
aPol J3.3a Lloyd h gIoneto

la oto thew urm ofsis ad plea su
UK.. T. a stor l oMerators, as to
bhtaue vtor to thlis city Werdao
ant vit.twdahter, Mrs. W. .
pFor Itg-wd Nt obe06 oleale
prft^ buualnatm In that city.

mmbe* of the am off Wlfede b&
q0.. SI tael s operators, was a
boo'oom visitor to this city Wedau.-

N. 0, Pettit, mayor of Waldo and an
I allround eaaeretio cltlun of that
Sbe towu. has returned to his bomu,
afte a visit of a couple of days in
this eity.
Prof. 1. P. Floyd. of the Expert-
meN t Statiou. ha gone to Pasco eoun-
ty tomlake some InvestUatlous In cit-
n ma orchards. He will return the lat.
. t part of the week.
The city reglttratlo boo6 will be
oMI At th e eS"O ofttCy ierk J.
U. Del tI the United States land
s o* oa rebr ary Is to March 1s.
O olaura. I to 1I a. m..1 to 4 p. r.
Dr. J. L. Keltey, Sprntendent of
Pubte lMaem Uoa left Wedneday for
Treatoe Omry l. k Jeamnts La
ad oter patat In the Wet 1d.,
where be wll pay a ofical visit to
the pehL. 4i
Mr. aA MYp-MealU of Nastyl e.
T~emSv. "iK iedr I theI ity aad
are seedigt a fw wkeea er. The
e* *u plned with Oatrelltle amt
br peopt noa wtll s doebt bo
rglar MateW vitattn la itfare.
I V. Irge. who b Wor same time
bee a- at fatramo nea Ora
hMa, was t te dty traita yestr"
day Mr. ro8 l orltlmalY from New
Hmatpehlrb. ad it o urmteal N tat
be haN dtded to retu to hi old
J. T. Mamnl of ark. the *letemt
aeat of the As atLek oat Lte at
tiat point. wMs toe city Wedaedvay.
Mr Matah wasa for as M tim c-
aeted with UtM eebart Air lme ta
this ety. Srtag whteh timU e made
baset very ropear with the trav-
ing pbttle.
3. A. Rt-orw h. iJr, ad P ta
asberesimb wef t the eti bm
W se.r yestbs. Tbhe arer To-
srit bere tar a tow o ya as rellt
to Tnmitsr e0r 1M aitoter of
9the 0 ab10 b reaa tm aay. whe
tai be I tw Iet tew bya
sad wgo h owe to ia b a4 at
WWrvI Osa M A *bs WM
C M sla us ^^a I
e^ \h(^Aid B .

,'t a ,efl.~..war.iim. cI
La~Or4 was the i juty.
E. tantoe but wo eq pa d m
ted Hi b a bptlon to Atmeroa tk'
tbhe W ted Le Cs I tar Iwi me
Mta ftatba w iase Bt-eth
Ty r. Thi-meet wis i llbUt

ftt o rdic $I$wm i.,astrru. b '
, bMlM a t tt wo fta a -soen
hoo bi ead pkleim to oWume
ArlO:d h o tre th otlik .e Ohe
alte sa f r's, es-t le-- -e.
e r 'pl of W. 1. ewis, Alashus
ave -a, sa bee laprove by ha

Ia er a tit ad "Log o -t.
laws qwa a nice hsm, sad b011e6e
t and eeki4@ 69 Kmse.
W.atrith rt Bodl Td, 'tirauag
------t-av for Neeftoas & Co.

aspwdinti day or t wo f ba
mes. Dr. iad Mrs. J. 8. Bodlfrb d
thes elQe.
tak ollf.
J. a. Outler. formerly gia supe
laten tast the Tampa A Jackl ao
Yle, railroad, but who rdegMed os ac-
ounet of hs extensive loe tdrests at
Crystal River and *lewhere, hasure
tamrd hrom a business trip to Jack-
Mr. ad Mrs. E. B.. Wbldes n for
many pu t residents of thl city but
now of E1phlnsham, Ala.,ftera brief
vitf to tbeir daughter, Mrs. B. P.
famptom, p a this city. eft for their
home Weodnaday. Their numerous
friends here were slad to greet them

* Mr. and Mrs. C. A. 'BSpiey have
returned to'their home at Windsor.
after several days spet n toas city.
They came on the sad missloa of at-
tea4tag the funeral of lUttle Ruby
Grant, the infant daughter o Mr. and
Mrs. Braoom, whto was buried ao
seriously a few days ag, ad .fFom
the e cts of which she died. While
he they were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. R. I Peeler.
Among the prominent commisalon
ami who eaa been In this city for the
pest two or three days is W. N. HiWee
t New York, representing Unders &
Co., wholesae produce. Mr. Hine
has been a r"ylar visitor to Florida
for- seerarl years, but this s bla
frst visit to haluwvlle and tas ee-
tlon. with which be Is eWU plesed.
In company wh W. L. PDeham, he
ill visit the ocky Point section to-

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words make a rme; so frate ld W
*ery wrd ove ea s t eomtist as
,a addlomatl aU OA, tIs mdvmaa

Hovs roOR RUNT-Apply to J. W.
Vidals drug stoem.
FOR RBNT -*^hro.o house; es
tru light and bath. J. B DPaTvis.

POt sALfc
FOR SALB- Mac raseid carbon type-
writer ribboas fr lepal wnrk at
Thek Su obe.
POR SAlb-osr foM-blooded PFox
Terrir pupa. Apply Bast ib-
erty stree. or at U- @l
-I r-.e-l

LOT-4 4 rewsesOw p Ou plua. an
hat l berq oa ir% Main street
North. Rut& to Ow o ice ad
et ward.

w- .-- .1

At #IPt arBank w t om ca oufr

001A. &%It W roan a pqsear-
you wlito& We payi raw r
Out I htwvii, inuapemimsl aktst.

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$200,10. 40
Feb. 14th our deposits were ..........$ 200, .40 5
Dec. 3rd our deposits were............. **.**
Net gain in deposit...........$ 47,608.15
Net gain in deposits... .** -** *

The sinesgviIl rNtit al U*.d
-- T. S.NDS, PBarRAes-dit


The Supeme lbont

At the wedding is when the brid. oate her
wedding cake and sniffs the delU&om avor
and rich and luscious consistenaq' a cake

GOr Weibg, Orsn q Ml M K
madebyus. .

Cakes Are Famuas'b I
and we will be pleased to furnish th for
parties, receptions, weddings or private ue.



The price Bme grrocnr charge thl'ir
customer is enough to make imot
people revolt. We don't gire (;ro-
terien away, but we Aell you th,-
JBeIt in the Market for the nin'y,
content with a fair profit. Will
here, to prove it, can you dlo Itter
than this: UOOD COFFEE, .-
perpound; FANCY TKA, ,'A' 'r
ponnd, Ac., Ac., A'.

SMrenl arle Phone 1 L
8- _& P h o.n e
8. f. Garrett of Muncle. Ind.. has CNTIN ETA
arrived In the city, and will, t. here ,
for several days. Mr. Garrett hasi
ben a regular winter visitor to Flor- KA U A
Ida for several years, but thi i'his R ESTA U RAh
first visit to Gainesville. He is well
pleaded with what be has seen and Grouad Floor-Next te oPostue .
those whom he has met, and good- C('ovenlently Located Yet Private
naturedly declared that he felt lik-
"kioking himself" for not couling to O Y S T
Galnesvllle before.Y STS
Wanted, Orders for Lumber-Any. ALL KINDS SERVED Ih ALL STYLE
on Uving In OGainesville or vicinity
who intends dolin any building in the
nea future should order their lumber Choice Steaks and Chops, Drip offe
at once. For the next thirty days Devilled Crabs.
the Bock Lumber Company will give
special terms before moving their thempi,-loy one of the bnet "perie o.
fro .tr ifnness no htv or loexWerldBeo eek.
mill further from town. When order- '1e ,he Nt eqlui))cl and olkest restareMt i
In address P. O. Box 132. or cll the city. If you want realoookldabr a a5nL
Bock's residence over East Florida ctOEK wnl, KNOWs 11 H BUsRIw1 iltve a
'phone. Dock Lumber Company. Call" nythin the marketaffordsou eoal gt
Harvey Hutchinson has returned We do not promise something for 0ot al.
from Ocali and other poitns in that but something for yotr money.
seedonl. where he has been on bust- HMI:I.AR MEALS. Special rates by t e
on. here he ha been on b week. I'lace for ladle. gentlemaen a" M*
neai for the iast three or four days. res.
Mr. Hutchinson states that he has -. -
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not-r e too various crops where he
has bet". and. while they are good as a A
a rule. tney wf not cone up to an ER & PA
average on the Alachua county crop.
This has reference to trucking for
Wbich the Alacua county soil seems
particularly adapted. FLORIST
J Fletcher Burnett his returned
from Miles City. Moot. where he was -
called about three weeks ago as a CNMCE CUT FLUW
witness Ia an important murder case. nn
which h wasu ufortsate enough to .-FREH DAILY-
wttaea a few aMthsl ago whUl he 6a im fo Fum add eoma
wa. UHnvin l that sectUo of the Purpo a Spialty.
country. Mr. Barett was only de --
talned for a couple of 4aysa n Miles I W. Bay-t--Tl)-pha
City. and before returning be visited Ja il "a.
Lia'olu. Neb.. Chicago, and other Telo-aph ai Mail d r
points of interest throagnout the Pup Attention.re

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