Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01227
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 7, 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: VID01227
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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VOL. XXV, NO. 23
" I. ....


Sr little oms wre let while woultb
t rU PILS PER HE D 1/ rem.n.e mte bt .
e "t" I tbu W "atefd in the
front ball will se be kowa. The
toor at this W&e ol tbe balldlas was
Tr hm tstt the CWhli 1114hhlth po But atdlspile
Little bod0 that lay Ia the bkk'
WmOW S"e AJ m eoned wreehage beMa this paint. Wie
L et, the hads, the limbo and the
AlY RPORTL skul that wwe seat tred about lora.
MANY REPORTED MISSING ed a complete imab to the horror
-- that had taken plase.
*tw Reevered from the Rulrs of Formed ire Drill.
the Building Were So Slackened and Wbe the es s wre t tonad
SMany o te eote-- of te re ay
SharTd that identltotion in Many proatly rtoned tne pupis is columas
nMtane Was lmpoeYble. t mas e, aooerdlat to te re drill,
-leelau. 0.. March 6._- 0 I ult started them f the door. When
ov1a, the ed of the Selann was Searls
11 1ad l zt -ive ves, all but two te htoat door a ra b of Sa-es mot
t them chilen between the agee Se ne o the cildre dashed at
of sli and Alfteen yrsr arekno to 4der i Ath *frt to open t wu6le
have been lt In the Are wbicb, on *tws turd Sad led wrtMly up the
We nday, destroyed the public stairs. IBe der was a double one,
Shbo.o i north oteIDgwood, 10 amll and one ade was hid by a epria, .
4 t Ofhd i'. The Selan hekve. kaewltg nothlag
Several oUers still are missing sad e the Are m Oe stairs relew, kept
thLr bodies wl possibly be la the pre ola owa ad within few n
rauBs. ends there w a Ias, paUe adid strn
It probably will be several days 4) g a the tairway al behind the
9ore the exact number of 66d Is ac t r h. t
urately determined. a l stop ad whih ast mth
Of the 164 bidles rsecowrel 108 have OW s tpn b ca st in it.
been positively idet4fed and I still l
an unakowL oor Opened Inwards.
odia Blackened an Charred. A far worse tragedy. however, was
I* bo ro s blackened by O enacted at the '*or in Athe rear. This,
---,- -o m--e batte -re a "n b e It Ia claimed 4y many people, opened,
d stmpke; ns batted td bi toed liMe the front door. toward the lIterl-
by trampU ia f t, thei there i no of buld in.
um. bsane of .their identity be In ordme to reach this entrance the
estabilied m anything wlh they pupil were ompelled to march down
Ire "ebled by ther l*f tie astalrwvay, make a harp turn In at
It I onl p byr mea s t some article &arrow ball and them pass through
a wag aare that r the doorway. It was the lack of space
WM be scwortAl e. In the ball and the quick bend at the
be cause of the are, wh lem aose Toot of the stae that cost so iany
S lby a pat i, a tirro hrlwy ad lor lves atlt this poll t .,'"be' the l irst
S t t is loaded by "dlany werll children, seeing from the fire in front
nade to apes toward the aside. all appeared at the door, it wa c loed.,
S~as .t I a LAter It was opened, despite the ter-1
It was oroat a opposed that it eame raif Jant that took place belhnd it.
I l t Oi r llorbn the rsct l o0 f h e iThis wou ld Indicate that the door,
.i .. b.lr 1 te b t opened outward, but the saurtlons
* .eotl hou. It has bes sabHh to the contrary are many and poilt ve
ed that there was so exploelon, and
Sland it will prombalyy require an of0;
the Jaattor of the Ihooal, atd He orl Inesigato tr-o ero faino'tle
elal nveatisation to determine 'the
tr, tre of whose hlldrea died w tN t
Ia arm's length of thar father, do- Pled In FPnzty of Terror.
eloas Shot It could bave owne Fl eela g f om a fire In frot, the
dohs the twneace.
... thurc. 'hildres came rushlnl and tumbliltil
Belleve f ir of Ioendaiary Origin. down the stalrl n a frenzy of terror.
L*. R. 0rner, a member of the The stairs themselves were brod. atf
cool board, is positive la his assor I c rdng passage to more children in
S tio the re was of Incrdlary oria. ne second than could pas through
In that portUe of th buildlang where the ballsay, around the sharp turn,
i was dlaovere, there are so eloc and then through the arrow vestibtle
trio wire, wh e irs so direct moans of the door in ten ereds. At t he
Iof reaty best. bottom of the toair t right o the
There was 1 the bulllMg at the tars, solmebol tripped and fIll. Is
im the OIr was discovered between another liotant others woe dows, ad,
M* sa $75 papl. They were uader tos le time thea It can be told, the
the cotiol tof ane teachers. Two of doorway. the ball adt the foot of t
ea Ma oar wsn tho dead. stairs were packed with lttle boo".
TNe sehoml sea ove-crolwded atM I*y were wf edg me UNtUy that of
q awt&s hd bteea pold toi ort t hoe anyere below the top ot he
agrW 4idret I tihe atte. kStmI:s assam so cosi be imovl by Ie
as it ai N e of othe p plis sta st strength of two Ie a
gaosrt edtm thib part of the sbc ola 1i11.
*oM ona from sa" oMer. ThI U nr*v m Pile of O ,INS.

AM t rae fpiyel as tll1en lar o reyf ms T esCaw Md Ibeam
t_ of r -e l the-dr tAbn wowhe MWi t^tr owen %h ee wel"
Nurebla tiw r t- Mw I- se, 6. So* n, M l ther aIn

*i i ll *l l FM *, "l ad ( e save so aes hepetlm Ie

** hi l t**i*s *e h ad ltl ed le *tnh* *t*p bl f
biy hMees e falty b tldiag a r- agre the baseaw ease i- a pw
a.amcetde w them. sea I
*Sh ts i ea was tosadr a 1 TcSemi Ore depsee t, ia
ebto i nEs wa t i K wa i er or" a ia anw wbit Mbo sill d Isad
"-. -a "--a" a.&& Iwstseir s UW e ,e-is

Mos weei barw ww sl seems. bet t wa pev erlem fr im

siSme s amrimaeu:
i tree yer ui re
aeI egieted aswed she er w r t r a uatetoe* *m*
c g"bsei sebemi' biAt bed Io
wild Is we er ** ~ The not beee a mree ab"n
VV. Mluse eneren we pieds apes sene aa as was Iees e
Setter, siad ei 4m w m a la l m tlo 4

.g .. g -"en the re.ar at Be kpa. Be I
ei s1d cmpoftue st / I
is t e lamelie. I

oie -w a s= bar we
b -J wri m l seus heI fles Ejlrath. 5Y heI toefe
adinisindsrtwbmoo "Mdob. aes IA a!S
m" as e 14 tod bo "U &amn pbo se tOr de, 00 C

dpok, bI nEtd ft. 400 to 6 ps wo n a
of** "APO am A*

0 u~ we


To th Arre d Two Yeust
'l i Nw OrleaO.


C-,Ae.. Claims a Have identified
Weehrbies and Hamilton from Pub.
IIw Photosas Men Who Killed
HisSr kotkhoe-Oey Charge,
New Ortlean, La., jl:rcrh tC -.A
eOrding to aeolegram r.4' d hel't- by
the police, George Hti.in,1-!4l viiti (',
Weotberbse, young at a A.! w. t ro.
Costly arrested It this (I.IIA in NIAU
ot masiiing sbhow wlni'scu. arcs ritr
ad In R flm. (Ia., for niir-t.A-r. ',
lqWtmg Is the nuesta e
Row4, Ga.---Ceowr Ila 1':1,n. alits
W. V&I1, atid Ohorlia WVa ,erboo.
alias T. C. ILlker, wawtoj :for nur-
6er. lArgo rew I .!r tn tho
way. G.E Iterri'.
Tb.iarrest, of HamitII ou n afl %V4itth-
*rbeo CATb0 AS S Mil~intm~lO dittuit11AX
to a issode of sofagrWi'n,rlerts erpw
treated In thie beart at the' litite-4,4 unec-
tion by persons w* o e w tol it-%,w.Iry
winqrwsas the scerne (if it er criniow.
Idvoral hours after iI.*'lving thle
=Omf&a* frIMU RoMe, In.:4. a't(r O'(on.
ca r a. called up by It. I Herry, of
Chattanooga, Tous., who, ibroulb the
lone distance teepboo oaid that hbe
positively ydtintified the pipllbhod ptl-
tures of Weatheib O unit Ifanuilton as
the mon wbci m) nmuder tinIrcItiitr, A.
H. Berry, In a botal III t-rf-'N, Viii.
(kt 21, ).197 sad a lnd heN4 hbni Wc
12. bft In moucay *a vs'lias oii.llsainlfx4
ring and winiao etuiall trinkf-t -in
Norfolk. sadlt Mr. Rom Ilairltain
weat under the name -of Vall auid
Wratherbee t undir tie nainueof t-,'
lianllftn and eAthot t clcneli
the clafror made ititnti I, .Ai hby tt-
brothor of the m ura'rietuM 'cr!r 1k at:
ThA* viowiarrit h# Innot I iv, anit
Woit that t t IhiN ,vt r 'i.ii I '4''
would pive tlc' 4'd nmloh.lig t u 46
with lbO maarinr.

they' were sever s'10,a n aaD r11c.
Wias Anas Mot:-:.. tu princiril ol
the school, ditnuife that the ctiars
opmed toward Ii.' Iuuwr part fi tioe
building, and Inih--a that they were
never locked 6uriIv school obuts.
To Investigat PFre.
A rIgMd uavestlatlaOO Is' promise
Iota th ause of the Are. (frooemot
Harris sannosiI a cdt the .ate as
turtiea would ho k tole the *at*
Ia a moot mirnut. meAme. m Lae s
ftetreUtiea to th. depwete a
Iwhn .p sa M fartafy uenos "
femseevest M ave~dltlmeat go"e.
fl rs NUInb J are r eveO rseek
lagse misa=116Athe 0use "ad plin
me "opm allillt for are.
"inaceibb o 110aemeow.eSa"
we ma Wr" of to asu w d.
"ae ebel brd or bW"d
takes up the Miw ller 11 bank i
0 IS GamefUll. Be hO. b"e, SO
manb o walue sad e n dOte l


ei ero$n of Colovelad Treaedy Wee

M4 Iaoids. w lb., Marb 6 .-
OrwW ad bp6 Thurefty *#Athmiltso
*0 wftb a roVitmeof ('*.Ta~adl
LUSIgdo f Wedo asa a eows al
OW "al. I
fir be br ase in ot ibo asy ofeI
so CteI s High selbo vbUf 11j"I
bW rS Is tb. mi of tk wrs

LIar- tI"-t tee sal me hel

-t bs- ou W ms p--- W,



Aoed Vermont REpreeIIotAlve Pam*
Away at WashleIpn.
Waslnilt'uo. March 0., -1'nited
*Wate sSeateor tedflrd Petor, of
Vernont, llot at his apsrtma tsat that
CObamplain hertat s4:50 eaoklck We&.
adoday raftotuin after a ebort Mtssu,
0l1ouwltut tan attack t pip. Tha
amator's im. (oversor Ilelober
Pmctor. of Vernont, the governor's
wi. tand several Lrtlimato fris.h wewre
at tbh beduldo% wmhe'n the senator pass
ed away. Senator Procto warn sOe
enty-sevol t)ears )!4,J
The setiator had been oordned to his
room for alu4it a week. His Ilstne
was (dIagrniMt im grip, wIbch later
6ev.Iop"I Into lpleurl'.y wIth Apwmo,
RtA conjipic.111-1111 4%leh saffiemd the
hirt uant~d ,In his ttir i e 6ld
r'Oncititoti. riel tio flmuch for 1:01
poomiers tcf reteneem
Tho sNi'cvatiN i-'s o41will ho t.tkeon to
Me o0il4 um ,IiI 'rind .m vII V, t.
So~mi1'r I riti tr k .r-A ;q yhis
wift., t%%o ~u~s IiA.Ft -Mhr 1)I)l'rextor,
go~ ernor 01 'ormvnt) antil tivili1It
rortiir, Jr andat ia t Miss

84tvwi'' r i'r vir had 1*4rn % m
splettittis tarfor I (ie Imi. potical A111
busnc tu Ilitrcr ~t s of WDoIIInt fur
F11911 ) )tin. still ww troputed to fie
One of Itho %it' 'i. %I h l ni trs of t11.
senat4. lIint, wats a elvll war vuolran,
on I1.1 waff of ('cneral William F.
("IM'fla1 ) .Muuith. 'rotary ut war ur,
Inot Ile :voit llarileone aduihuistra.
tkill, til ;I.L:l be"mu In Wte s89114 0sic
1891, h#n lie left he cabint4 to sue
c94-4 Ge lv tO. loctaui TThe crtlscar
wa sIpt i'ni it% roclorntivle tJitn 1
IAAt ., R1 '# 4. hk Oflne se a mnr
11kr ..t -t house of the legislatures
Inur In, I Al aitsn titir anti ltivuton



Japa Resents Actiol of Ckim ,


Chines e Sdlers Are Said Te Hte
Boarded the Tateu Maru and Hauled
Down the Japane* Flag--Japen 0.
mands Unconditional Relear .
I'v,.in. Mltcbh Jp.anu i lthrraten.
Int rUi,' toi r)covor the Japanese
mtoi:wr 'Tai Mtini 1, hih is Wills re
tlai.,dt h> t1.i ;t I0 !, ulunpu on the
8lkliati ,or \\1.-,i rivv.r This ves
mtei a, )i. rt lat M-a,.o PFbruary 7
h) ('nt111ii Inll',twi n ton the chare that
bthe ct.''i r trui rms il v ntiiinualto
wan i!.',ul, I lfor Ct'hitistl n t volitiA-
lte*, 10 'utt ih,. it l'i s| to i ilhorahaut
of tuIst h >La.' tit r ii Is still on
board the io nMol
C('hal,. Ji'i t in in. h 'ry of C(anI
tou. t)forte thin action, I slid toI
be awnitia prit'>r halt the velt ad
its calgo 4WoillltI not be cinlonalild.
Coerclon Is Pered.
Theu mirir ,n of Chi'na I* ffernd hre
on a:colllnt fl the weakness of the
ieorninrtiuIl andl bhtecaue of ube doubt.
ful Ialtllly of C.'han Ji ("hun's 0O.
tion Ir t smilit the Jatllne, steam r.
lUnon lIlytia i, the Japaine s minister
to uliua., WHilistNeay handilm to the
(llnse giverunment Japan's resal to
accept (ttina's prupnesi to apopf(tl
jilitu Jaiasema and (CblBlaew gom
ehle to eassmine all the oharpll, Is t
iitatlime ro.e.esallus the l
uan4 hboul Jaipa's de6 r,
flrt, thb unliatitoithnil release t o t h
te nlier *nd, ecroad, an arreagenMt
'^l~r '"

I Exartooin Occurred While Train Wes' e 'a I'pfw'[fie WUW3FjDWIU 5W10
RunnIng oV MIe an Horw. This oPOWondct pMTrIop M f64that OhM
Isit* must buy the 0srIo em hOa b Be
C-ullaw,1*11. CS, MarebaTathlaru. I
No 1714. tuf O'hrwltthors kxcal frelgul 4blluin ea" proposed swbitraltmo hI
I train NSo I1,1 lwup at C'htputae Vie* A uiral gir Arthur WIIMlm
I Spur. 16 it, -a bfinuuw bore, %WelunesMotmnudrtociffth
day ni" nit' oirt, I n s taon.r i b uht at t e
F'. 1: ifr s*of Inlulie andt It IrIIah ti atin t as U.
them itIt,. re cip4 t.teen ,istivioto theovertries siqo esn dUA
car j wared the fooresign hoard That mrh
C W 0V '%'ill, C60. *r'ineor prinnivals are UNwek44IMuS ual
oficurta of Al lenta, tbill n~e of44rir 1t eupreeseI her de'.r~esfer the releas"
ri n' ntutna: ly In ir lf the vasl, fall which she said
~~~~~~~~~ SaCaol4t1.,tii erlso wimuld take the efapa n*'eeeeaiy to
VII: pt'i.ln)y dip. I wcure this rp;*es,
WIIlI ier l~ronaan, hwmimoty of I
A lur.La. s'a-sid ana hl b o arms hrok. "good Down Jap Fla.
en. *III rol iaby41 dcn Japan remtsbtly the fast ou
IIc4) Tunil srin. neggri,. bfod Itrake Changa Joe C~nun's aiiIsco, bearill
man. of M, iitu v-, w&IJP. p" the 'lateou And haurlhed sdoel #be J
Sbly fmtsiv iujisc. Doese ORE. wham. ec6viltng to the At
R[b..rt Tole .brakemas, of M'ittn ae, The steamer was wattlig of
oush.scalde~d, Masi) fmar tutru of th e1., Th
Tue erugnig san dour freight ra re alMr's pave show t** that 5
V.r* a eutacoplee WrackThe treaskan her way to Macmu Subose0b
wee isis up kw 1G Oyrds. The (sal gJoe (usi, claiming s otlt
esuse si the exphlioe I* uashtow. Sba d w 'anetwr treaty etM u hMAW
The trials wa rauaeIa 20 ail. &a #and Im,.lvgai (Msrs, iIs a ftiellm
hor. imp. ('astral elroods F4rrry ile"Petensy, had the 0sl sw1111
trt@ 40 ll teI nljured to FortValley. iso Usia.atertt t h is t ise"
Itsgto The vsteem's 1eat00eet, M
OME WLEK TO QUIt JO Is qu to iamed w4.thar i the it*M
asetHto Is le~, etorer
ie B e of Idke.fSermp Pfle II s vsdaoevw that he, rei me
Uee..veeWeevelegNeOW. ihe~m se vgd have Messed no IM
BIrslaghaUM. AMa., ,M&ch 0 --Chi*I S MeIt beCuseO f th1 emeemib6
of volmo odekeer, of te BIrsh oA bt as to the lopMUt y of SI
baO pull"k deportmst. Thundmy rey's prwei4trs. oupled gib B4
sor.Is# orarvied, hreash 5 mall:iauaee, Jof rs. provlse that SW
with the Iwaers AAla &tot sad'9 W aff4 0ake061 0l,11 ta fIm '.
pseA't, s aU t nrelng: I I. IIs nle d b~to 4her teM oMOWJoee
,"bIef R M40. we give Yee sa oi's prenes tOI Cthis crse
kto 1to'siI 3b, Moas lide ,jts I

(Os N e re1re' sid W of the Sae lse f Mecstcis.v- Ale Marsh I, '4.-%
a bond i. 1, i1bich tabI. I remal o at i 0001, wom sdrmn
Chie,1f1111#'"k~ WI N di6ll ra1n`44d f1w1# t819leg f1 r Kaa4 ad 6
901104 61. aunuotaeor a# .seem s.1AM as .pr ve uItier go afatane
a shib9ppimz 4.v of a bol ibhe i of a eel atr"ira Uwop. have a
epanipun e V'. us setilag esgr, sr ell segt bek "ttr f ostIe" e &ad 1W
116 of%&r 4 -00 5Il 1iiqS&No bwp r te o (at 01se am 3kalk MW AO,
arw, foriil ead i the grstd Iar11 t esl maL saer .o rii sof 1118 .
Wrfirk Ip A-W, -.-I wae's rcentid fogmh It B6 *'1.dsa fan 'a bMNo
a *qfat'Ce! 0I".F? 3c'svaglas id spev", MetA001d at WIDAd..4 EA10nle Us m
WOe a" ti#or. 1,*?954 d ofbP. of the cu.brs giut se dw
(110ef 3jdtre k sPnm
a a'faba040 Dt
hevea le l --
dw lest AMOUMP sOer e, e' MKMeeeb

esaw omap of 0C8~ais'.* v .&S, weda~maw s gsw M lo
W11 v p1111 I I11W in00es ure pe. lAM
of _o"* Owe 900A I
All, MW d gd& -1 4tr~h Cr~or li

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SCon toI~*~
** Tijae'sr Dcim te Ai~~
Audience Last N.ight
'#JoU'bxbtI REIun I Cmih1t-
1n a TIgErs DJ ICto a0
Apdienco taut tat j~.t--nri0htatri
the oVrenhz'E r.:gt. bi t uDn *rb~4i
company deserved. All whd
howeverer, k a'e De b D buW iF
for tfis COMIfalp, all ev*,r
mber af the ca.t Is an artkt ip bis
!;,A'hiker professio. No AoM ba ,= T
=0614e"1Ill thm eap# a -wbb ai
: maeb uhvu gsj4CdmatAm. The
PIOP t* Sue f WA anything,
,;cl~ brlrm ir r0 M itra
,~~~- bevii ~ ? w lpr are

t so a. mean"-
a'aplu bme t.PUY Sd4t01

t as d~matn "th hio oe

I" Wom ORP4* stow
; Satimo willn beW.
'to tao matie s, s for
ha'i adulrts cand> 15 guts to.'

OF rein

prealas, 'hbch will be the
t ,,aCMten. that thrtlns
SZ3LiUa, "A True Kaamtcklaa,"
, b preepted. Tbis ts a teM play,
hde 01 itreeattlU pottu, a.d
"eequtd by t*he Rul* compaymr. u r
iM paove highly eaer l toy
A ORAND OPENING i Wa w .t. Doo etm
Sr. Meoerimek'. MllUa y ar I ors ta =4
Threinoge Wit L
Op-od te ao e ae mdeable amU' Wig
I r1wr ast aw taak. to Wor Oftwe- C2141106
opeso gTl ever, E 1a Obs I oSfti m A
Sbe at o' apeio Thersday,
i ad wil elste tod ay. aa e ae

e of ldles, oT ladle at t d by he mi
Sa hbadome atraesr throw ged
a atore a adred the pretty PM P
i with te reelt that ay p" = owl
We Wefre made. TBere wOre hat e
!m everybody W a d W very Pooket. A up800
tI orit s from the iadt f~a
to a Men lt, ad wereot a- S f uR tle
4pp. b rl Wifs moks W

__,W ...4W .t,.... pl nh T an" pe rid Jcluavlie t
vs4 ta mll bloom. et, m a.. d ... t...swUn, .atulmn
M. Hat. tdrtag the visit of I WorW a i(is
bMwses, aed 4dellloua truM rowtis
1oeb It u needles to add wa
ll visitor Mwas e Pm SOQLIO CAR OP CABBAGE.
With a boqu.et of weet 'violets.
le season the display wUa Tampsaa d Jaekeonvlle Handled First
lof Iported towers con,. Wd Car of Seaon Thursday.
r sweet pea, large roeesad ad
Stritmtmi. T a eThe Tamoa and Jacksonville raD*
Viu egi. The"-ae aC hoe_

--A on en re nd, tan d t Maed mte nrst solid earloa or
he e* bwsf tesessonmTb >
-e. .display of hats, e. were cbbag of thO sen Thurday. te
S he ladles~c w being billed from Clyait to
S. w m Blrmlasham. Ala. The shipment was
S OLDInR Mof extAtra one quality. anld will so
doubt brtng good price In the mar-
M. O. Dryedatle ays It to Mrero te ro
*o repeAs frm the growerwe to
I'AD. a Tan a G0eme New the ed.t that the y aresae nla ak.
e n lo rewordi the proole bed.,e l year wil be heavier the
S t A 10taM of l son jthl y yeMars, sad indeattlo
.k 0- otwtt dm nte M-t tM 9M op thrn b t will bea u
sthat the shmr a a nee gnml em.* as thia baa bees a favor.
f. --a. M. m. Ut e.M fr eabbang.
r" "a&a at tk. TM Ill ,4 J#A b ttlUe I
Rose. akaowlecta rao MW d"a o 4" to"Ia l, f
oa IHeey seat Tfr rNppert o O oltf N la aa vPbt l. t ,int.
hailed l e awl d retrtrator cars of
S resale thanked the chapWer ,be It ah 1.
e7 1 e 0 tei do ea -. sa tat- t- _
St~et e 6 r soea irtWesi I WALDO D SPAT0D GAINESVILLt.
mano ft hoasme, er of whom are
sl a aw are of u aaM i mt G T Oy ray.

boaelMrtles an sede" sad tMWM The WaM baseball tea um pomeed
t S atrbmute B aMy seda et the lada of that tow, arrived aI
akb IM. Dryeal JasemVt0a the ety at e rMay. s a m the a-

+ "'--'----"- Hn :
ti'0 Mr. I. Mcoaamr. It cty* tmom met t- oaesvIllee learn
rt l wlUl ea that al coUtrlbtlam T ere was aIn teret ad setg
jlp roly tbrwarded. eatlemt wbtei ave th vktory to
Waldo by a wore of IT to It.
ABAL ESTATE TRANSPFERS Bok temas played food bail. ant.
.- withtanbing the aigh ecore, but tte
t L. Kelley and L. I. Deea p aS" aM bony proved too good for the
Preearty of Gee. W. seela ]bome team. whbchb went down OAtly
,I J. Kelley has purchased thea deft-
M e 0* W. *"coel4. West Mo. The se w as friNaly tbrosgbmt.
streo et. which has beesp e- oa o ud Iunt the Wat b'.ti 'rm pr
by Mr.d and Mr loM for viled
)' tw year. ft to a neat hbow* o
grameaI nad a&* of the mnw TO CURB A COLD IN ONI DAY.
ja-hUtiy arranged la the city Takbs .AXArikL ItROMO Qatnine
1 t. Seo-'ba aMn sad to to L LTabML. lirusist rfund mamey If
Sa S Ns tae West McCormt% f*t t s to cAre W Ot .OVOMS si
eet. sa Nr. *a expert to erct aturI to ea each bex. Sk
a s to bose at aee. eaaMin reg t
SM an isarsfet. WorT oi begte
S0tihesrn hows* as aei asl

s be e bMwe W et a thel a eowfOW ad
bea" 9 a sem1reb am-s Ofa sbh -
(me -*ov a t-t o Ps aO
that 1 04, 411T.e~

.. ,,,-P,,r .U.
bi y willin oem G w
bin artly Moedn.
At wb tirsat4 ifa fr3o Box
'4 *U0bSt t1t Friday mooing, which
amctan~I t ~ department with It-
UI9 proves t4 t t houpfo owned
by . R mpton and oecpled by
IvW00ll GoW and family, Wet Mal
The ,lmea oriticated on e root,
sad *te dilsovered in tlite to pre
est .y grfet damage.
Tbt Ar is supposed to have bee
6 6eedl ry origin, as It Is ,lsd
0( $i t m I was strongly smelled
iltU nbrpd place.M. It Is stated
OtW t eottase, otw In ouorsM
i wetls toI J. E. Wells. About a
dislat trom Mr. GOore's home,
Sj-l g. Ibut owta to tMh damp
bl of e lumber, the flame
-ai ted WI ththe oil which Wtrat-
ed the hitalgle was burned of.
Te e so clue to the perpetrator
f the Earws, but the oflea are doe
ter1M4d.to keep a lookout in future,
wttl view of apprehendivn them.


SOalewlIle Stock is Coenng Out Big
at the Jaeksonvlle oeree Show.
The Stanard Stock Farm of this
ity, whiobh ha had a dlspla? at the
Jacksoavlle Horse Show under the
perecal direction of Dr. Clarace B,
trouse, Ma been winning all the blue
ribbo l* for .this reat society event,
uad the, stock from this farm has at
tet the admiration of love of
honefleb from every ecton of the
eM t"tr. '
Dr. Stroke appears In peron as
driver of thee handsome animals,
sad heer fal, sacordini to the pa.
perAto reoelve entbusilstcl applause
whebaer he appears.
The S.tadard Stock Farm, like other
thia to t hi vicinity, to "all to'the
Ood/" and has accomplished a great
dai towards britginlg Gaiesville to
tb front. ,

.No Man Over 45 Noee Apply.
There' the sign that' ttlng to be
a common thbla In AmeiMce
Corporatlona, e re tlrlta men at 50.
They are not hiring anyone over 40.
A batdheaded man often looks 10
year older than he Is.
A man with gray hair always does.
It as Important nowadays that a
man look as your as he Il; It to
vastly important that a man hating
a talily dependent upon him should
tae care of his hair
I you have dandruff-get rid of It
by Willing the grmas.
If your ha r Iar allin out- tp It.
It your hair Is turning lgray-don't
waste any time.
There Is one remedy that will cure
thbee lsfortunes and aid you to re-
natn royns.
Patrdu Bae., the great Pnaeu
Hair Restorer, is guarmated to pe-e
mametly remove dandruf In two
week, or your draistt will give
ye yr wmosey baeL
Smtala t" tsope al tl hair-
It preven the hair & u trais g6ray.
It s the beet beUSekr r ladle'
hair, as It makes hank huterla hair
Sify, soft ad beUatfL. and s aet
sftk or ireary.
itrlla Sae to Wld and rildly
gIraaleed by W. N. Johana. Price
f eents a bottle. If you 4o Mt lUv
swar a drggist whoe sel Pulsiau
fae. sed s 50 .a.. wt s .ape .or an
ve, sad we wmill a you' lrh bho-
Ut eharhe prrepaM, ro. a Mf
Co. IuBalo, N. T.

Oral Argument r New Trtia Will be
Near on Marn 17.
Clark & Poletag have rwetved a-
tie tat the ase of J. N. Strobar.
palotli Ia error. vt thea 9ate of
Flora. defeat s ereno. moUtsm o
new triaL IwU be held t oral argU-
meet hMor. the supremee c'ur oI
Tuesday, March 17.
.aLI t look WIlL eat well or feel
w4l lst littaurrt bad fee4 lt( yra
Ixmly. Kep theo b la pue with Df.
4xA ItkeWd tutler.. rat limpt. take
es8er te. kcp ci k.l 4 yo will have
Meer W, t

NMIt be pl dd
aabe omem

!A s

i~s o fro le A1UrsAa Bough mow WhPhIU
Is use r -4 SI ywe ha bemtan 1b grliAreV
Iado sossoeyou b ea em ou

UZWSWS~t erl~- inm wth" sad baw~coo~rLW
r--ilr II ~&M Im bem wa~ a ftu"Iffr

I $ 1 1 1 .,ad o a i' li
-"I DAul ad l eodhiag SuPeI It Isu "
atm. NInagi tInll~ Itdut Isfyl~h
~L~ .U~v. lorDOiB.% It s md D9a1 ad Im*
CJ~UBiSmIS relv Teeting Trnqblu gores
~~ 1~hiIL It aiinbbtS the Food. qIS,

Al w n the 5ouatur o

The- id ToR Hare Always Bo
In Us For Over 30 Years.
ame i% eem ,v iM WS semme se s w.

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A etre esTIM e s( ite lllatformtion fuwlahed regarding 1 o I he oentV. OX
ImWaer br hved nl tbI eonaly mU yeaot and Is tborotrhly olurer int with and mm
-- m,, ,,-----i~i
--- -mllrleila a il u* of roalm *nr Amerkelos rd IazISh lGoupalt-- -
Real Estate and City Loans :.: GAINESVILLE, FLA'

-o 4

Stove Wood

1. KR $1.00 PER LOAD

Brwn-Jenings Hardwood Co.

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Fire. Life and Accident Y. ..
*_____.____________ ,ssle

Liver Tur Fire



With a policy in one of
the Insurance Companies
we represent. Why car-
rv Msch a risk when we'll
ram-r it for you at very
nailnahlte rate aVo'll,

'111 fstion.

mte on Anyg
Youlr slightedl

Olwwim. rUw -^

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S T. R. Holtoe of LaCrosse was trad-
ai in the city yesterday.
C. C. Harwell of High Spr.ing was
&a Tbitor to CAJneerville ye.-tcrnay.
-eorge Masters of Waldo w as trans.
Si'*t business In this city yesterday.
0. T. Kennard of, Newberry waa
aresating business In thi 'city yew
W. B. Boyd. a well-known cities l
.Arher, was tranagting business n a
wity yesterday.
*. ty Sheriff J. W. Mcoa of
inii nwas tI the city on oacal
5lsM yesterday.
.S to ir. Ao M Msn. W. A. Moe
lMra eoanopy, Thureday, a Ana girl.
ld oextead xors adultoat.
SManags N. A. OaIbo of O-pring
ark stock Farm wa transaetiag
b slnes In Galtaesylle yesterday.
B A. OUTer lef4etrday for At-
loa. where he goes to purchase a
4aload of horses and mules for this

Miss Annie Touaey has returned
A ft Jackaoville. where she has bees
eo a brief visit to relatveo and

Attorneys J. M. Rivers, W. 8.
S roome and T. B. Ellis, Jr, made a
Wvt to Starke on professional buLt-
sess yesterday.
8. 0. Gay of Micanopy passed
through the city yesterday en route
home from Trenton, where he has
been on business.
Captala A. Pabh has gone to Pen-
ola and other points on official busd-
ies as speelal agent of the United
States general land office.
Don't use harsh physics. 'The re-
setion weakens the bowels, leads to
hrooic constipation. Get Doan's
tReguleta. They operate easily, tone
Sthe stomach, cure constlpation.
W. 0. Richardson has returned from
IMlI, Trenton and other points In'the
Weet Bd, where he has been for the
S'st few days In the interest of Ms
a ft dacy as sheriff, and on other

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Moore and
Daughter, Miss Bthel. of St. Louis, who
have been here on a pleasant visit to
Selatives, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Dawkins
a i Wi. Jeffords, left for their home
W. G. ULddell of Camden. Ala... la
^ e the city attending the Chautauqua
atd Bible Conference, and looking at-
rt his property Interests. Mr. Litd.
S 4l owns considerable property In the
v tlllty of the Univerdity, and will
improvee tne same.
Chba. Slaughter of Mlcanopy wai in
'te ity for a short time yesterday.
i was passing through to Hague,
he be had been called on acounut
I the illness of his brother-in-law. R.
W. Slall, who is suffering from a
S-ihre stoRmeb trouble.
J. h. Mareh has returned from
^.', 'Alaha vwlhere' he Uha been on bOat



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have embodied their
~bg awneptIoup inour 1lt
od iaok of Fine Weave. ian
VaePigto of

re an mdWagat
aM Pa,Yltir fau VA hwy
M: atgu $IQ)O*0
~SrOIL Wehbmtk

I I[b

years. esal e Pote'
"- yellow peekag
WAI Paint Letter oexe es.d e Ise ad
Postmaster C. Lynch hea reeelv*
I---0.- -.-
ed information from the Poetoae MeM
Department at Washinaton, to whti
he is tistructed to receive bids tfrom!
beal painters for the craplag ad
palmtla of the letter boxes thraugih
ethte ety.
Mr. Lynch deilre to give all ea Amlo -5151 i
paites an opportunity to IMd a thi R t I laV*
work. and requests The a to e .- e
maMe the.. Inastretlosa. so th atll Y
mar have a fair show. Partlestm l
may be obtatied upou appHatlwi (o
him at the poetoftmr.

A Card to the Peapl. O
it lI ,et oftea yoo have a tahm jS
to njoy a performance by mo ecpablep
a eon-pey as the Co ura s Rekl
now at the opera hooae. I New th
ieW woald enjoy the matNee la."r, L J.
ao tura ot all and glv e I& AwV
m#peay eo f deig aOd W emtheathe
pIt se they deserve. As a eM4
aIr. I latm to hmow what Is io n
bd have sever before pubtliy mre
ed *a -w. TO& I pa my wIn
s Oad have T* rw t my 41 eal"'o

RN a Pogo&
ast Iwos at dw s

" Holll"'r V Tar In x;
0. ('1lbstl he) Ogut i Ite A
sore J. W. mcColluui


adw- ow of our
BAIAO-Opm ar n Or-
-igt .evbgs putta Of
.we~ pey row lee



r, t~~aorFoo Es.

~der. i.trpbjal

as t the past two or three days
Mr. Marsh s an enthusiastle member
ef the Knights of Pythis, and at-
tended a meeting of the Alnahua
lodge, where he had the pleasure of
manklr:, maiy zew ncqualintanc's.
Mr. -in n ir-.. TVio.y Fiutch, w !
;"ve ; .-n < n .iin, A i .nl. \ i!:1'- f: .; ;
the pa-it f .v imoutus. have r to this cit. an% d w.!l make' their fu-:
ture home here. Mr. Futch holds at
position on the road, and comes to Penonal know led
Gainesvllle oa account of the central I ampetitive age a
locality. They will be gladly wel. oin--a the front I
cme d. The W
drieads of Mrs.A. M. Cashman who A frw und o penal
has ben qalte Ill w1l be gLd to iarn m ay feld
that she Is t ellauI moh btte Mrs. A t wed of Fi
C(asman desimr tou The 8uf to ct s a
expre her sier tha a nd b wt roannd whoteram
premel"M to' the mayl ays. M esr ElkelfSimId
and aowen pmsmntod by whr friends, Jt wtick o s-al
especially members of the Rebeh~ oah
Lodge of 044 FeDows. QuSW K,
H. L. LooM of Petersburg, Va., has I& r wo the nva
arriTedt the city, and wilremain oW do i a wM
here tfo the next ew days. Mr. Lueas ud 1 iu laxabve o
has bese oomaln to Florida for several tey i
years, and is wel pleaded with the gme of C-1Sa o a
tate and Its people. He notes with r
interest the rapid improvement of .ob4d
Ganrmsville since his last visit here, We w
about three years ao. "" the marW dab
,-Hon. W. H. Anderson, tax collector E of ScUt. -
of Levy county, spent Thursday in but double it w
this city, having come for medical o
assistance on his dislocated shoulder. eectsc alv
Friends will be glad to learn that his name o
condition is very much Improved. Mr. CO-
Andersoa. who is well posted on orat-
ters politic, says the pot I1 not even
simmering in old Ievy.
Roadmaster J. 8. Jolly of the At-
lantic Coast Line, formerly of this
city but npw making his home In
JacksonvwtU, anent a few hours with
friends and on business here yesterday.
Mr. Jolly says Jacksonville is a fne
lcty and a good place to live, but If
he had his personal preference he
would be in aiiiesille. MRtll
Attention is called to the change f C
advertisement of the IWtard Hardwaro I
Company, In which they are advertil- I OUISVILLE, KY.
Ing a complete line of Stanley's bailey
planes-the carpenter's favorite, and
guaranteed. This is one of the most t
reliable hardware firms in the 0oun- Dr. Piner iI Pleased.
try, and a purchase from them ntean l Re W. K. Poe o ttp. pastor
Jaksolsleor, rtce he h .1 1 ~ir Rev. W. K. Pioer of Tlpa, pastor
a satisfactory arcle in anything. ofe First Methodist ur n that
n "of the i"rNt Methodia t church In that
Congressman and Mrs. W. I. lAmar city and one of the most widely-known
and lion. Jeff Lmar left yesterday and most eloquent reachw o in the
for Oecal after a pleasant visit to State, has been here or the past two
this city. The former, who is a candid. days, delivering lectures at the Florida
date for the United Statesr senator. yh utu e
ship. made a very favorable Imu res Dr. Piner spent Ithi greater part of
slon among those whom he met here. his time bere in looking over the etty,
He delivered a flue address at the and visiting the varlo.s points of In-
court house on Thursday, mention of rest. He is well passed, and deo
which has already Ibeen made. clare UGalrsavill. I i 1% tel. handle
Col. J. II. Lloyd hat returned from solnest. most up-to .lie littl' <0t) he
Jacksonville, where he has twen for a has ever vialtod. I't la also dihleily
couple of days attending the horse impressed with th- pllulit)n> f theI.
show and other attractions. Col. i opile p nr-
Lloyd. who is a native of Indiana and-- -
knows "a thing or two" about what Ne Case on leaerd.
towns should bt. del.lared that There to no case on record of a
Jacksonville is lthe rinot progressive cough or cold resulting I pneumonia
eit? he has ever seen and predicts or omsmptlon afrt r roly's lioney
at the present rate that there will be and Tar has beet I kioW as It will
a hundred thousand populaUtion la stop yor oatugh ai. break up your
that city within the uext fou r or .veold quickly. Rretdr any but (hb



*-.- -. ..u--- .- -.--..n IC I-UICIII ~ --I- -

e. MW e xalslup U0, 41 IM20 11i's'l.~COlk),~l~ )Il~
aqa,,k!f* alswl eAW"I U)the ahpir. ~p oel uIn 'wo~eaiw*m sw
thou 1.1J ciero eilbuuw to it.,. L~aldir. L lw~hteewt ) ~~a~ igIe s anner
4 "s Itsr 04II A WWaSSIdI r i slab, aa m It", aw' DIM umkartata Isiel1#0rnfm
I ,ag:.e.!V e hn'4141 0IV~ o Ake '1hev ra)-.#aJbwi lievePppit t&d-if la r00.
1w 'v%frvil Uurri* CIiaar. i)wlt oo l ,n e.s Is Aspimly IAU*It.
IAI tINJ' AND VXAMML T1F. TM. DPrsieral4Unt sellm an.a*
Pttniin lieu" s nu Iwry sl f"Am mabhlL. ftnowl 5a i card to

R.LA&,AUKlookIi EUMud iNo
04.1 1 0 .oil all *ph you with omalurw 0 uplaeiiob, eRl o 4W' NM d if
prk" asoual 4,11 IslisimM nsooW.~

Take Au&cOuat lb WE
yo u m mOw. It.s "to** IN too** rd t'
ii ,~a -abeth" sihi wi MUNI" rps-u b

We s dudW s0 to .ibbk We
ww w o IA la Af tehe is
to~,m~dhi' I'~d p.4.,~luB ."J ~b pi u te es
1Ja~~~nwe Etl Ah 1,.(HYme~~r b Maliw, I
Ur JLWI J Al:l Kl~ ,3rA~I I
r~ ~Yl~ W-7- wig l; i


r0Loro, MfARCH T 7

Ige i thic i nni m the culminmaig contess of
AI when (f anpe chrctcr it places its fortuads
ranks J
sel Infoamed of the World.
knowo"p mealy eessuaial to the achvmwmeot f do
I ho=arf i= dt

I o IfuowleWa & id n FamethdU ad Knod w
tmi-dis irud iy he oCuW Fi m- i b an 9"
wbhdseapUroa .5th. i Fmcis Ca. is an
wkwh C1 ppw do MW Muses Awlr ~
sauKammmmedyof *
wsm K~luodmo. ad Kaml I-aY

pI aupaloqsp mim md +arted ofa he
penisboalksduesatadr qimeedjmlusthaa, b
x 0 so aftatar nsm ofs drnimswe md
6u ban. l6ng ad favcl h6ow1
of awl has attained to we
lnmily lazaive.Ashibpmr
amSnuma.amrwel knownpkyehisae
of +a woMd tioe e be t6 weha
,adsumeof -*yrp pofripad ad
a e sub* dc&pbvao the tofw60ee6.
ill tways blled C"o ter by dw iho
o F Sa-and to gt ti bensfcial
way5 sto, when pmtihgul b t ill
h" Company- California S*n
rmetd an hwSrat of every package.
wkctha.youCal for -Syr o Fag
--or b, "M 111M nam of Ft
V W Mir P of Soosa.

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VOW "taIs Not Ne~Iec a
ltheprr po~l~ideeJib. __ J -,u r rrrmon~b sd
2r. ... amle Keaii% segMl 'Wy he holmogy d syrwn i#e ah e to withsta"d Meach mnlwifs OaWLD.wt
8 Wa Ue 0way for more sei@"4119d61184
f1~01Own nnm fiw OW *0 WWWO PM 110 tI to 1211 01111111Y.6 UGH CO 1AK a~CI

_ _ _ _ -0 wo
a c mmg the fern r ft bmw of umm" =
$414 Waft
0mY. Waft oed, S ~. *s Tht umy aIepii#W S~ do

'4, I -0 *-b Iam,
TESSAM06 1te pawmi, vverMmwde
.01sfo Ndir_ IN have so 4bally to a. l, lowni to 41 miml via

ft% tar atirrt riaeosy an Sp as d o d sun of
am*% or so mob tv On wadis Taf t, as 9 he r e i m eankm
Nei AMMON% a I smI NA'* "s NV -
om fios Indr hhe to uote taee* 8M 0 l0 aw u 14 thl
Iwith ammm *0 me

ai MaetTad dturmiovu40 l*dJ CURZ tihr ma
rlrr~r~c wrCldW W h* 0 L 019 ;Wi'W w. Oft-*" a daW wml ColA, reo
a"08a"A she 01"00 The intbia bsines Vog, p m hroat, A
b. Wtormy gwt at dto OW Bud onst mI AM owI a fth7r.mima ff0 l ao
-11 via Of win Ot in a bnIflf Oen gh, N--
br hI b" W-in" saw e 60 SSNPdiI oe@1te pvwyhI&HNOe W THAT BLLNSrm ,
dos of@a dsin In WWW i of SHIIHOULD RNOW THAt 3ALLRD(
jedmi. im s-o--e -1 O aIII & phye _sical eft IU l PATE9 CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVEtLy
1104 ef5 6 i nhio so wi thh Nro' REa COUP AND WHOOPING COUGH.
733 D h on to a MIEand her 6 proposes
they13 wo AIIl St I* a"wees
so the **a "Nu ed6"J1Is" 160oo
7urtbu'mso th re aum nof week ue m I a4 A. 0
36iW k UwI Lb time to Wo~ to They "" "Woo" tor ow Oft"ww; a l l i l M f buptrml to 111141 we ke"
yw u"b t.They wealt M" o foe iath e mofty;s - snap rua l g -vr ote ur tu
body Idethetti, to6 begin to i which M SM& a Nibch he etsD Whether
tW "* d % krw Or 1111111101001. Yaw Old-Sir"# A wosee MIN 0
'~ b~m bus ther gog lOlt "a YrY te' na MI~tLAMh UIOW~ LINENT CO., ST. LUIUS, I
oI bortho bad, of soola o pow aY"01. 21 191hd~rr t s"a
SV Wun thit, uI b but qmee 1ti10a the aek 199 o da t by0la,.
uiewh S hw V~t a mmm's pay. 60 lo u na o 0011101 aytb e remus
Th 641tW______ W 3i0 6 08 1I the stoin it tnohe 5e0 bu ntive A h N MENDUD BY

1,8 N1OW0" 9 ad li obd M et to be A &AFE AHEAD. ft5w GEt i n mdooo d .J1
"M &hq sum. al atmel$ood- bu-W8.1.
If ItTaftM vrWn Predmibt he Tb. eazie o R ias fo th1
asN IN Othebams WOON POAW-hs" te a Ta Spp II
IsMIIM"OtI.__ b m isbmn orean

both ft.. and is ~~~prftme wih teirenuplamer'X= iabst ________
: """"""""""""""'~a I~our L~uft o wa w 14 f tib m a ac sopu c a ot~tI
A k bdb 0M and In Ow JWIpWWO owb elowyelfol
do $0I 6 m to pb t Tmjg, mowigo 'od"_110Taft_*_ FF ECTIVE FEBRUARY 18, 1908.
11% M a ma em' SIe hatv "DamWe the "do ttes man." weo tah Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
t6 Me e esu pame have a 10'e1111M ISO%3a*afm-o nro mae a i istak'd Ru sbayatheoin points -Uth .......................9:30 a m
*0 0111111 of ?p'esldmR 3oomthowaf M1OO sd refersudu SbS 1g0t00t Jebn .i BOM wd Drya. and Is Returning, arrive Oainosvillo .... ............. 4:25 p=
ARM a" 0t1 10d the"1 p ml ue nae, ttm m hs h 0tbmtready ae a dLftly,
bftb Ree aMS by Awnl per ftm 14 an myevr Di mt ae he aLeave Gainesville for Sarnpson City, Palatka,
DIDew w wcll r1lly 0"ern the o4u1try '3 h. Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 p
M be th inwaudnGomm wof __6 to lawsMesoon__
ire m~tP sariY materonlba' Mo Wih L~ Retuning, arrive Gainesville ................. 9:30pm
88osveltpeldk essowemli edo.'..I a31hgim &
0 4k ra Iy sm II JBS. Cutler, Gen. Supt, IE. Barker, Traffic Mg'r.
*.b N_____ot_ tob b~ akin a
I* 1A61 Mrs Imlkcpr uclLw bw )bd I rIY
tpe jo matedrawn am uOurANOTHIROOSEVELT PANIC. Kidney trouble pre.p upon the mind,
Nj %a nm "Simi lessetr aml~rtion ; beauty, Uy OUIK CIORT 00b11 01 11R010 (00
-0:1." O1 ___ e- YorkPreside~ntoomevet hb"put the later. %.or sand c 1erful. _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _
'4 6 k I5W A S S -N~ t X 1a N 0 6 1 h& :I x n 'rn l car W 1 N o 1 I 1 4 0 h N o I N o t I N o .1 I s 5x 4
eaymbc htti at 'my c e kulnir DafI t bSuaODi aiy e STATIONS Dally ex sunOnly SunOnly
hi salay v "to big. Wh W a.1W loe4 b ornbht erl tLpe esav. -
"docum of tm 4axi of K Iduev ttcnPM M hnPM PMA
~~hr_ wgso e~~c.~ ~v~n W 1 d..Live Oit.i....~ c* ~A
nIk*men. As the Cammlaum maIs prevalentIs
~fp ha iolcvae~n ba catr.ofte zeutveItvii othatit isnts fl(.t uotn- ASSAt t laS Aip40 L 8Lv 6 ODLy 9I1@L v 0
Co icta h eI w l D i for ah it I o b e L"' a 0 Lv 1 Lv 4Ik 10 ow llnr lark.... At 39 Ar4 56 A t4 A r0 lO A r
310 4117 At 4 ..Ms 0 .ao I I3 4
doW VIA~ IS r01000 u b SUPk vll that f 6 r t h* l-AICItOM boun m afilictld '%IIV Mayo JunetiS ...Arid Lv 4 3 1.9(00Lv
At6e6 amu10et is Issourr. a els .....P fI-y. ILv 3h O Lv10L 0
a. amr obewv one* of the day may of gpet welh." such a HasHarriman feakkilntvy. Ifthe AtloIa 5 03O ArtS 40ampton bp 5 erlngines 1,r i 1- ID 1iL 1 80 Lv 'I
M YI W kwhm% noomtonerkal, vwmii"It Wrrd Atils'! riiiatestm often illbe tirine scaldsS
be met wth Wes hilairity.Cg lei3 mt :5 Ilct~rih e lto rtSU, iftb ra Kt Dowlift Pork for aI tring to Bad frow Live Oak SadPerr Pe,. d
be fl..hO, or if, when the chikl reaches aU
Ito-t e i~ selmai l a3 407u0Jo- 0Mfor Mayo. Altos aed all Intrrmnedlw .acin
'have bee" the sole causealwoiwu belib w to i e94oes t rol oter Macla ol. or call om Gewnerl P
a Ionsla&gh eat robe, in a the 1 Peale l a- ,.raL. n-rl..o 5A __j.#GO is ts 0c6 "ukr el t with other i. Uve Oakzes.'rbs. o.r clon.b Pa
he ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r goditlc tvowbk, and the drnt_________________________________
bu for faa fa toAr 4ic ~ A911 up~BCI3 should be 3twarlau TiU,.trstuctOf yi 45Fai&a-s
-; rab *r I~idrwossh. .drue toa isasd oniion of %, .
ude1 pw tst~.hoa Her net me6. usmls primryr as ubit ma most peopl inpptoee.__
~i 5191099 Uat w~~,women eswe as\ men are made ma~v.5.
-W~tntesietwlmwbse kit 136g'l 'J.t
!'t .aaaa rr~rlr a GE ts. p4.ss whinh bea thel mld 101 md the Im at eltet nomfy E3 0
wlkere4Kbeth wU~inretitu.i55n~e~ Itisos Air Line Railway
Se0 prsebrad ef Rapable pie sa Hou tsgjlIamGE r unkfl n~m~iam
st911 vie99 the r Cbai GEt ous r ,ea. baai ~ aIte aii eumnre ttl@
.1~~~ ~ Reeeesie pray Urn th a.~: hlt
mak alrl esotla of the ', ~mal~l ttc1Iiug aboe wnpmt vam1t 8VANNALH, COLUMbIA, CAMDEN, SOU.
'F)I h1~ loyalr -p.li u ;,,ahi~U thtb~iuenaG d eti. THERN PINE8I, RA LIGIUH, RICHMOND,
behto O eryb smbdyWANe ee ass ha bees1 true $iIVhtrttB rrlil l~,,b ~imtC qf4 tCP WASHIINGTON BALTIMORE, PHIL-
-~~~J~~LM~~~Y!t 3'.Mr i~d ,L *'~ rU rt wn a1Ius~ l iy~e ADELPHIAL, NEW YORK.

W th meds j~ suicide Pe in etlisatly etselmed .~: ~LtH~ Pmp4r, ani ii.. ad
g not to 11o be t bifea eNaW e a :rcs, finllgbamzin, N.. o- CYWI
."o oa l tSo bre of e a du wurt mThree Elegant Trains Daily:
,,#ru fre evu ess If t D GE Apleultre SEABOARD) FLORIDA LIMITED"
M eerbodyelse e. saeem akes In 1910tshllu am tht
so Qlklmr Os. eunsmtd R"4"SEABO)ARD) EXPRESS"
ft #Mw exchawr rou chat hatell". r~ k~wr-
that art" ba"tchad. MA"SEABOARD MAIL"9
low of ce LI was takes logo HOW% Chw?
Qo pokw I sea o a e 92r oa*to Hmmind Dolln U. mule M mes
0 tww o we ay clothes Is St.' wardthe w cao f l dria that u--q
P. J. CHKlN* A CO.. TIdo. tient
V'ft % anWers. The Colubla MS! We. the and.'nlgu.4 have, knows
C.) atMb pie Ow a dite oue s-P JV. J. Cheneyf tee ot last I yeah. axn
ply ot aso oft Laan e 1u bellwI hint p him crfo r borable Io all ftbs. SL Aacwti e and TA,
we had "i" uMle Inthis laud we' binaines trasawctlSa. mud 5IcncI1y TWstaaum. Itnta-It N
feel 3eS VL*would be @Li" rable to carry out any ob ltatlms and* d I t '4 !- '.'
of Nowpst.by hie SruL ask. S t.l~ m JCato *. !nipSt Ar
WAUIlNG, KANNAN & MARIM.N. -0ortl I1.~ l nldngSnas
wt1 teuwo" Mallww gau s$. au w 'k wal'otx TileTW S" .au4 or wFlat. a'll any
me 8 Qiebe "eobt allroY. SeuM INlNO Ilk"y1 taken inlein c .r''aod1yA go*
It*M" sas ?b boo qbhk 'm" n.Muesa div .4 tupa" tm. Ted 4I
bmpio be atobey Sool a by u TlL C. OlOYL&TON. J~- Ai o~ u
for a topi. of oftveeum" -Not w 00a" so" f t'JACr5P, T&C owLGeneal
alL ey would iV rk l the ir s Naillds FaACPyVILLL OLOa
-W m"If oreo o. M pw 000*u 4
spigbe ww tree*."dt M- -

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.4 ~ ~' ~ ~ ~ ox

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B9a6ard county is building many
Smew ioad. The Wan g cost of the
road to about $600 pe mile.

The Mardi Gras celebration n Pen-
acotu has elosed after a very sao.
r week of tn and amusement

llW smoo bcve a large
s i am n tloot to build
a aen the water front with
ty to gueWst.

T% acltiesu of Palmetto Beach at
~a rent meeting decided to organize
a votlteer fre department, equipped
Switch hoe wagon and extinguishers.

Monday was a busy day at the
s ampI window of the Ocala postoice.
Over $150 in stamps were sold on
thjt4gy, showing tldt the Ocala post-
ofoe is holding its own In the busl-
Snos world.
SThgood work of paving Lemon
street ip Palatka with vitrfiedl brick
tl being pushed along at a rate that
Sarlgue well for an early and speedy
completion of the task. Several blocks
- have already been completed.

SHoward Verity of Merritt accidental
shot himself while hunting ducks on
the Panama river. He was crawling
through the bushes, dragging his gun
behind him, when it exploded, sending
the enre charge into his left hip.

I Drnla a strong wind Thursday aft
ternoo a launch belongtag to R. A.
SLedbetter of Stuart broke loose and
w e driven out of the inlet. Mr. Led.
btt tri ed to swim out to the launch,
bu t oocramps and drowned before'
SrUtSlneo oould reach him.

S0. A. 0. Johnson of Orlando h
juk begun to cut his celery crop.
Frdf one small piece, which was ac-
Searately measured and found to con-
-talt )ust one-tenth of an acre, he
out 148 crates of extra fine celery
whsh he diapoed of at $2 per crate
f. o. b. Sanford. This would make
a taIoome of 3$2,0 per acre.

The ,ort Myers Press tells of a
Swan of that vicinity who saw two
mtimeiu ak lying In her path while
abyau driving. It says she alighted
"ai( with a small switch actually
whipped them both to death." They
were feet and 64 feet log, ,re-
*peotively. We are almost prepared
to her now that Lee county women
I eor mlce.-Times-Unlon.

A port from Apopka tells of the
ft~dh of a negro the sawmill pit
i a i ue a bady Injured coadi-
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tion. It Is thought he will die. It is
sappoeed he was in an Intoxicated oon-
Idition and lay down to sleep' n a
Swarm place, whep, before he was
aware of his danger or able to save
himself, the fames reached him. He
was found by the wrthomn at the
mill, and was rescued before his
body was burned to-a

Last Thursday 4eq .yrefu 9
and 10 o'clock a thika.eted an
entrance Into JamesaW. ShWlds' real-
dence In DMytona by climbing the
porch and raising one of the rear

monds and Jewelry to the value of
$2,000. Mr. and Mrs. Shields were
entertaining company In the sun par-
lor all the evening. No clue to the
perpetrator of the crime, but the
work Indicated that of a professional.


Old and Well-Known Resident of East
End Passed Away Wednesdy.
Angus Morrison, sixty years of age,
and one of the oldet and most widely-
known residents of the 1Bat End, died
at his home In Island Grove Wednes-
day evening of puemoonta after an
illness of about three week.
Decesed was a native of Georgia.
having been born mear Mount Vernon.
but has been a resident of Alachua
county for.the past thirty-seven years.
He Is survived by a* wife and several
children, to all of whom the sympathy
of friends is extended.

L, the Hypnotist.
The manager. Mr. Layton, of
,Edwards' Opera House, has muh
pleasure In announcing that he hs
secured the engagement for one week
the eminent hypnotist, Prof. 8. A.
Lee, who will open his engagement
on Monday, March 9th. He comes to
this city heralded by every town a
the greatest "Master of the Mind"
known In America. Below The Tam-
pa Tribune gives a brief illustration
of his humorous and wonderful per-
formance. Don't fall to see him, as it
will be his only appearance here dur-
Ing his tour of Aiferlca:
The Tribune of Feb 9th bsys:
"That Bylvian IAe, the noted hypno-
tlUt and Indian explorer, made good
every eldim of his press agent was ful-
ly attested by the reception accorded
him last night at the Tampa Iay Co
"A large and enthusiastic audience
greeted this clever artist and, from
the beginning to the end of the per-
formance fun reigned supreme. The
program offered by Prof. Lee was
most diversifed. It I instructive as
wll as musing, and appeals to all
. .I _ ,

Key or i erit

fmi M mn AU.AM (in 4 ~I

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am wohoss 0 0 0 0 44yabrwo 00 0 0 0 0

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-Am .Wh. Am mon ^ ^ ^ ^ i- * a *^ m, ,t ^ : ,hsea en & I& mn

classes. In the more quiet niomnents
he dealt with hypnotism from thei
standpoint of the mediclD wtll and
explained the effects an hbiwrl nts de.
rived therefrom, but the gre-attr part
of the evening was devoted to comie)'dy.
"Prof. Lee carries no racomnpllcer
and demonstrates the legithntary of
'his work by using as his suilhjcit only
local people who are well known.
LAst night about twenty ),umng men
of this city volunteered to go on the
stage and were used tn all thea cenns.
to the Intense amusement of the mspc-
"The Hindoo .or Lethlan shle'- wan,
introduced for the first tinte in thlils
city and created a senIal,.
"Prof. Iee will offer an Entilrt v
new program tonight, wfth the exceP.
tion of the Hindoo sle ,' which will
be repeated by special request.
"The engagement in ftr the entire
week. with special Inatlies on Wed.
neoday and Baturday. and capnacltv
houses should be the rile, as the at-
traction Is a most deserving one."

Given Up to Die.
B. Spiegel. 1204 N. Virginia t.,
Ivansvllle, Ind.. writes For over file |
years I was troubled ilthi kidney and
bladder affections which caused mn
much pal. and worry I lost flesh
and was all run down. and a year ago
bad to abandoa work entirely. I had
toee of thw bet physicIans who did,
O o good ad I was practically
Siven Up to die. rolIy's Kidney Cares
w a reoamSeded and the first bottle
gve m great relief, and after taking
the Meead bottle I we entirely
ued" Why let it help you? J.
W. MaCoolm A Co.

*seat Mdleoh*e.ew.
New Olesae. Marf *-Te asae
War low ateesla rallroad talersph
eratsrs t o l pner eat t.
0he Jstar Paefe t*eIra- odises
a aishe-- to be 4voe6 Wed ey.
Iat i rte i J. Mai. e *e
t"-ltaaa ft4 who .*d that se
Ihe lss eate are aeeIly eeead
I the l-IS r, -grsea Iu aloms ee
o eSpeOted froI the proesst elstas.

Noues n toOWr CIMsteuer
We wre plmato ssewsm Sht
I ToWmn ow medTarkr In sonsg,

by th NsmoW Pam Foeld ad lr

bwufwl drum 10 U-9 r eemsumd It
" a nf omremedy fur c c% n and
Al"it. J. W. colum & Co,

'1~5slMGa. Narb '-T.""h,r~
55rotg Yat 2Sea4k 1he i y e rael
NOS ~l00 des bnt'.,- b de ,Vs
mw dywam. Ose 0 I.tab Uyd Nu2"
odowre nvW *or s'-opyed s a's ,
*over swe' pal by ft oae.

peiu Wb *n &m rbsm
Ow. chaft aw $1016

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bmela s k get 6 brvond the
almSholmplestmulot t rI ptur.. But
I1 has Ulllluaed tmaft ltaement alnd
give It a menitag eveks redeniig w th
the Increaag bleadih I know\ lie.a
When th blOed It "'bad Or Impur. it
It not 80leo the body which suftfrs
thlrouh A.dim The .artl is aso
ind sWd jigument are
*X~tl u ra saeldeedor impure
4 need to the
tma UspAmreblV

etarlr nempt ao and
6Oh n l alll mas eczms,
tfOlal, or mall-rhiom, ive 5 and other
manllft tioUo l Im pue blood.
0 0 *
ltbM eere of elfatulM welltng, en
ied slteans opren mat alcer, or old
are. thle*Oold MNedlet IVeopry hu
erformd the most marlo cures. I
M ao eoM ensor opwen ting ulcn,
I wll to dpply t thepen mores Dr.
Plrmesl All-thllac Salvo which poe.
Ma wooderfal healig potency wheo
Uid as ma anplleatlon to the s~rQ In con*
tmlon with the ua of '1lden Medled
NewryMas a blood elaming coacU-
tauloal trWtment If ypur druggtld
d4oa happen to ehave tf All .lealin
tlv *" In ltockr, you ma eMlly procure it
by Iaeloslag flty-four matW In p.tage
tpsID to Dr. L V. Pierce W83 MIan St,
buffalo, N. Y. .ad It will Iom to you by
retrn post Most draggiss keep it U
well as the *Goldem edlea Dicovery.'
Too ea't ord tosmaptany medlrlne
f namnowms emmpoNll s m a s autwtltute
or'Goldei Medical Dtsovry," which is
a medIci O F row OmoxPoTnox,
bhaing a complete It of igredients in
plala fallth on Its bottewrapper, the
aM baiN asteted as oarM t under oath.
Dr. Peari's Plea t tPerlet reulate
mi ibvima G ltomu, iWand bowol

There' was a tuarrzt-l ax pe'rtrnfred
ii, hie'otlirt. or .1 niage' ni :sot rid~a),
the' geuntl .1udve oetliciatiit lugiit hi,
uaim .atldigit illeNO Itt lrn% mnatne'r.
I The' cuntracttllng pa rt-4%t% crc' Waltee r
RIotllins ikid NId iMe- Ni attlf ,iCarrai'ay,
two we'll-known t mmeeaena o ''tile of \al.
do, who hav'e the' con grat tliatiens (it
their frient-tia.

youiir nic Im iimed upona
strong pdit'v for

Fire Insurance

ni the' l's '' eidAmpant lv,,. W*inte'r winds
Are 004.1,111181,1 1i') I'll$ tlasm', 1111W
slxmt )youar le ta' .' It mtlit talfe'ty, thils
ocm ilill at ocllc. 6141im it oil n''ipt lt o
a l11t.e' o uti n. 'I IIINlK.

A severe cold that ma)y ileve'lp into i
pneumonia over tight vian lie cured
quickly by taking Ftoley'H Iionry and MA

racking cough and tirenKgtlhen, your gSy rqut
lungs. The genuine is In a yellow Ofe IN
package. J. W. McCollum A Co. The Glneevllle National ank SdI


sill's New ad UPtolate NDem l



liatiA free. Tlhetniveing man's
Rates $2.1504)itd up.

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At Gainesville

19 Thursday, March --

Tfwe .41.'ew Thisa Year Ip 5mor antI l'ttev m l In a Arto mIme m'eaniiaHing N-
aifium Thtan Eve~r efkurMa' in tiln I Tnweir unrlwva1l Pgatkliue anl wu a Hatn
and to A m. and Di elight, Thair ,housawl of laIrnno w ith


MaIruk Nowralm waa 11w Truusm. el P'$.rmi ug kioew. A Iorrd of Vt
fownslsi n1mDaasa lnimImhow BAY.O U. lyrowt 91.phatr taI lme Would
HOPEDALE~, Otie R"ent 01ni IO,)UeM. JAK C. 11,0 Larg'ut EIMf US S
Y.usalAuml it Ampriew to Is d Ime Wtn u~tmmisa 0l "W s 6d l00 Me
jEpiod. lae. Trewsomi-trkI Irustis. M.,.-H':n. **ItH.i e Il 113 Powee
Anno st" a Weavir In lW Irml T dr,'Miepao !u'h .

468 P"NPu 251 Now m Pi"M 20 Fm! LMU U
Ptw- I'jr a rviM A 4 P orP,9uu. I ii nnP'r'tun rr aAll Pask',ag its
Pf-fi'r #4 *1A; 41iff *1r1Jiig FIV" v 41a.13 1.11' 1a Iffaei0a l4OwIuil" 'SWfylfni
-tte-r b,.tI ef ^ a tq an1# e I .b i Watily '$esuIed by All.-

tebt tbs Ls L an XS Ow
Owt ao00BABY lNTCI

.t~l F'.rtI'rbertu Ed~nll c~tafttliii. ):v,'vt4

Sw. the Fine Bpsio iar *reut PontIt-l, *nrt i n gfrot
-06M Great& at W it. III



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*Ir l duk


Was Run Down and Injured by Min. -
Ing Car at Tioga Recently.
Intoruat lon hae hbrn received i
Sthi s city to the, e nct that II. I). .\a
lson, ho i is etnpl ed, lt a phosphate,
roine at 'rliog.t In the capacity of a
tlnktchlinist. tad who r nati run down and
pIahiillyiI wjured by a traint car a wit
Slayh art,. lm ticth bn tter, unni l that the
patient will soin kbh e ntbl ou to rt-
stun his it intties.
Mi r Miaston had ati mirrow ei capeva
from serious injury, and may f(,l
tankrful that ncattewtw weno wore. S PI
iI ll'or Ihni way illt' hte int contact with
this car,P which wase runpitis at a rapid
rat.. lie wwas klnocked downgllib legs ''l1n11 a ti'ret-vigille when your
and shoulders kottked out of joint, ,
and in all he wais rendered helpless. hOls I1 Ol 0i 'l)t.iilit it in-
Ie' stiffered a great deal, but haits staltly scurecthe entirevalue
borne this suffering %*-II, avd lil a
short ti(mt hhe will beh himself again,. Of your lloiw,-that is, WIOhen

PpIAT b the aoly kIud we eer dhWlled and
,A wTINt b why our whikis sel over md
5W to- ia -umu who wu sutlulewith tbhe
(atg.-mdqaq~w qo00-th4t w bwhy en .joy

or O else. We
,own ulbr. -A A
I she customer hodgImi;
-nr---p -44- 1-
m krV b 904rtb

as In the eek
r o wek sto

hw swift Cask DbdIslling Coo

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.. M; Ove COMIN. '

-,f.lle Van Ambur Show Will thew
h ere en the 1 lt
The Van Airburg how, wtoL or
yearn has traveled throVa A c
try, and which was Ifudd WW t
,Van Amburg miat v .r y ,-Ay d
which, since hls 0Aet. ta beens Wil
ceusfully managed by ims a m and
grandsons, will appea OI olneTvll
S on the 19th.
The eaoelt t parade s a guerSaS
tee that tuhe ow Is al Mght.
S men agede g of te show i e M
a o the beet rt IaS td rom tl
r ety of Ita eitL ts Isltstral o uhe
Stereetag a b to adult ad -h O
Sarea. Tt o mangers halve assred
*-F or Fetrk tho rebwe w.ro
s ad aturalit, rd t" bareY II Itn
exhibit tos t he tgs ptOear toat
The animals are all Ir mrUng ts
la aook upon. Tch dleopt e ad -so
S monkey are ao deck to beaI or p ea
"tor t ad popCorn. The pomloe a a
ONO&^i^Hi H to tdo h OllDre. d It Is often
~'%^'-~aml that Ma"y of to older peo
60ae0wo te euthuelsatc to th play,
i becYt ause It Is so pleaing to th

e 2%o show will lave a lot of money
"ri I*, the town. paying out enormous

tion ol meat Mlou In qults au Item.
~~IV_16 td- 6- A& moummrm ftf emmma& s

*O lion eatr f poaslS of Mt A
S day, and eah tiger w pounds; other
eat animals eat trom 11 to 18 ponds.
Baby, the largest elephat Sihe
S world, and whihk welgbs 10,000
pounds, is eating all tihe, Iad tier
n stant on, "Major," his best to
keep up wit Ils boWther. Anyone


u t asCu step Ietar al PIUlal 0u
Wdk who hav ti ha, adte. whbo
hair t al a 0ut, ar prevent hair
ailllI out, aa tM i (the growth, with
tswbro'w "Ht*Irids B eRed. Htonr
de as oon of the net afreabte hair
dbreel there J Hrpolde kills the
dandru gwm that ets the hair of at
root. Atr th germ Isto dtyed,
ON Ie ot will lboot bp, wad the hair grow
bh as sw. Eve a ample willU O
vi6e any lady that Newbro's oerplcide
Io an latnsp able toilet requisite. It
n, talhu no oil or Ireas. It will aot stain
r dye. old by leading drulsts. end
k lsa stamps for ample to T H erp
I* CO,. etit. Mh
"Tw e'sne- 10 o ts and 11.00.
'. .r I" 4' I eC l A geOt.

Or Waki'i

| 6msialh hMul Office

YM p W weNCommhaputsb 1a
mels b ia our rkawhea dW ar"M s
we ktm IA O"M A iSd topr le pove
U" "W b Oirrd M &Mrl -
-wE oIJA.wn tt the ph plain

erwoslm s Our rubber am
Ask's Iaprt al 5 neawlpink.
Our (IOU Feld y AtIW & nWu r is
?yeh'eb' Pis ivd ClckSlnY ( Ibd m.
SAmalua Is mails (romn AlMva i
AU:01 ad IIIAWO& an Ikuyj is on the

Isl shoui, ytlulng it dw R EN)'T.
IWOCIM wdgieashiMuMVC61s. 40tin utWqork
bj Ovietky 11*11.6Invi, Moslem Moth
of.t Noam d wie witha LW 25 to ho
d, bLe's Is to jour own Iiivglala

We bhave ar o slwtununi5 for
NW ai "sosud paistm, ai esh in.

r~~lalw sad afu'r~Or 0I

a pft% b S. e. S
ulh rr Yow"r k Pats
SWork Is
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And the luoky men and wo.
mjn who enter its potal ae
they who the shortest oat
to Independence. Don't for-
gt that, among other creden-
tials presented to, an employ-
er, the sure winning one I
the Bank Book. So don't de-
lay-bring along your dollar
and open an account.

The Dutton Bank
Ga8inesville, Fla.

who has an opportunity of learning
pmething about the supplies pur.
chad for a large show knows that
they include two entire beeve daily,
450 loave of bread, nerly 30 bushels
of potatoes, 10 pounds of steak and
stew meat, 6 pouds of butter, 30
galOt of milk, dried fruit and can.
ned goods to the value of $50 each
day. In addition to this, there is oon.
sumed large quantities of eggs, poul-
try, Ash, vegetables, etc. -Por the
boree there are provided 100 bushels
of oats, three tons of hay, a too of
straw, 100 buahels of bran 100 bushels
of corn, eot. One of the aoot corn
mondable featuress of the great Van
Amabt Sbows is the gentlemanly
conduet of everyone connected with
It. This Is a subject of much com-
ment In almost every place this big
bhow exhibits.

Don't Complain.
If your chest pains and you are un.
able to sleep because of a cough, buy
a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup
and you won't have any cough. Oet
a bottle now and that cough will not
last long. A cure for all pulmonary
diseases. Mrs. J-, Oalveston, Tex.,
writes: "I can't say enough (pr Bial
lard's IHorehound Syrup. The relief It
has give me Is all that s necessary
for me to say." Sold by W. M. John.
Iays He he t In sHelf.)enee.
I Peo. Tea., March $.-Wayei
Bralie was r leased Woedeeday under
$10,000 bond after a preo tamary bear
IV4 at La Crsues before Justee Main
eet Lope a the ehare a amrderta
Pat Garrett. HIe bea me are eat
te me of the territory and aeralts
ot Las Craces. The bartag laht
hoat aa ther aad oaly ea wltamel.
(ia a* BmM wea e -Bamie. Ad.
me wia the oly erwltasea sad be
dielare that Brale saot la Ise4
Allee Reoeevet Weding
Was eomthog to be recorded in
the aals at history. Heroine hai
been acknowledged the greatest of
liver reogators. A positive cure for
bilious hadaches, coastilatlon. chills
and fever. ad ail liver complaints.
J. C. -Sitth. IJtle Rock. Ark.. writes:
"Hlrblae Is tae greatet liver medi-
cine known. Have ured it for years
It doe the work" Sold by W. M.
LIttenaat Geverwer Wede.
Ilnagaa. IUll. March .--UAl
teaat Goverer lawree* T. Y ir
eam was married Wllenday ti M t-
ree a villa- aear tIagbam. WI
Mta Nary Ielse pitler. a womea
lf tweetr,e. whom be thas bew
laiM I e- e a ebitt. be beta twem
ty-ewrve ears her ,eaom Mr madI
Mrs Shermaa are na their way o
Cioraidu spriae to tR P.a. e to >i.
Maexio and as Hatai



By L W. Berer, ForidAe l ArtNral Experiment Statlon.
rtmnfimmmn.b an mm omiiOwfTT00100

tI Ith au ad otr paraites of tas are remarkably effective when
,t e have one gaied a foothold l male-lnfeted trees. It is becoming
M d m asore evident that if we should expend even a small fraction of
the tlea and energy3neoeary t rsouesseful spraying or fumigating, In In
tr0ods11 and spreading the natral enemies of scales especiallyy the
ifU )," tesult would be 6q to the most succesful spraying, and
t"es Oft 0olte m o leeo The fungus paUite of the hard, or armored,
SPla M6 pesllaly efctivre hi keeping tUe alea in check, and so will
bi almoedlaeon here.
The are the cmmomeet of the sale Insects, and are distinguished
fm t0e LeOan"su (the soft, or nae, scales), the oottony-cushion scale
aid b9rt by tIO as a protection, a rather firm waxy covering, alto-
et 4sr ditnct ftm thi body-wall or ski". It is this extra covering (the
vlble soale) whlh makes It so dilkult to kill these scales by spraying.
Tlo prwle, lOg, s chafl sc ales ofoltrus, and the San Jose and white
cales of peaches, are good eamples of the armored scales.
This funua is widely distributed in Florida and In the Gulf States,
and ha been reported from near Philadelphia, Pa. It is quite omnivorous
In Its habits and will probably thrive on all the different species of armored
scale. It occurs n abundance on the obscure sale of oaks, and sometimes
o the scalea of maples and of Chihaberry trees, while it is probably the
bief parasite on the scales of citrus trees and on the'San Jose scale. Its
preOenoe Is a boon to the citrus grower. The writer has seen trees in which
many branches had the appearance of having been sprinkled with coarse
rel brick-dust, the color being due to the abundance of this fungus. In such
trees the mortality of the scale must have been fully as great as could have
)een obtained by the most elective praying.
Its effciency in reducing the navages of the San Jose scale has been
known since 1897, when Prof. P. H. Rolfs reported (Bulletin 41, Fla. Agri-
cultural Experiment Station) the remarkable mortality of this seal, at I)e
Funlak, Fb. as being due to this fungus. During the summer of 1'Jlo, Mr.
F. P. Hederson of Oainegvllle, Fla., enthusiastic over' his success In his
own peach orchard, prevailed upon the Grilffng Irothers Co. and the Galnes-
ville Orchard Co. to allow him to introduce this fungus into their exten,-
sive peach orchards (comprising 950 acres). Judged by reports and Inspec-
tions made by members of the Station staff, tils undertaking was a marked
success. Since then Mr. Henderson has furnished fungus for hunudrils of
|a&e. ,
This fungus appears to be as widely distributed in Florida as thel l('d-
headed Fungus, sad the writer has occasionally observed instances when it
was quite as abundant. In efficiency It sl probably the equal of the Red-
-headed Fungus, In so far as the scales of citrus trees are concerned. III
appearance the Oray-headed Fungus la quite like the Red-beaded Flungus, ex-
cept for Its color, which varies from nearly white to dark gray or brown-
Small black spots, slightly elevated, generally of various sizes, iand sonie.
times more than one-eighth of an Inch Itn diameter, are often found on the,
limbs of scaly trees. Tese are fairly certain to be tho Black Fungius. (t
Is widely distributed throughout Florida, and may probably he found on
nearly all the common armored scales. When this fungus becomes albuldll-
ant on the fruit of eltrus trees it Is difficult to wash or brush it off 1I)
ordinary means. .
One or other of these fungi Is abundant ulonl citrus treee In in ialy all
parts.of the State. The Red-headed and Illack Fungi are also freqiiiily
abundant onl pI~hes, oaks, maplto, Cilnaberry trees, and other treis in-
tested with armored scales. large quanttltes of the Red-heade'd F'unllig
have ben collected from oaks. The White-headed !Fungusl has. up tio th
present, been found only In citrus groves.
For use as infecting material, cuttings of bralinchll or twigs, three to
Rix inches long, are generally made, or thb, funIgu may he, shliply scraped
from the trees. To Introduce these fungi Into scaile-lnfested trees, the best
method is to tie Irmly one or several such cuttings (or small pleces of
bark), to the upper side of the limbs. If abundant fungus Is available, it
should be freely ued. The infecting material should be tied hiih up In
the trees, and should be distributed especiallyy If It is scarce) in such a
way that mUan center o tInfection are established.
Another method wuld be to tie a piece of cardboard against the
ealy part of a tre so as to form a "wall pocket." Some fungus mater-
lal scraped'trolm seale-iafested trees or from leaves Is placed in this pocket.
and kept mIdt tf o few day with a wad of wet cotton or sphagnum moss.
This method Il reported a having given good results with the Red-headed
Fungus, but Is probably also applicable to the other fungi
The best time tor ltroducig these fungi is during the period of sum.
mer rains. As they grw only on scale-Insects. it would be futile to under.
take to In _uee them ato tree free from sales.
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Advertisements unde head, not
exceeding nine lines, wll 'be publi.1i.
ed one time a w'ek In the daily,
and one time a week In the senii
weekly, from now until the Democratic
primary on May 19th for S10; after
April 1st the rate will be'. Cash
must accompany the annoIneeo ent in
every Instance.
In the primary *leotl. ft years
ago I made the statemeIt tht. it my
friends would give me Lt office at
that time, I would not t a ak for
It. My intentions were'pS ~and o
no account would I have tWe before
you again asking your port, of
my own accord, but .ma l the best
men from various sectionis Alachua
county have petitioned me by writing
and a great many others personally to
stand for the nominatkl~ 'of Sheriff
in the coming primary, sad today 1
received an official reqlut from on,,
of the most powerful morl organize.
tons in the country, ufitgg me to
stand for the nomination, ind, in
deference to their wishes, I Innoun,.
that I will accept the nomination for
Sheriff of Alachua county on the plat.
form and according to the rules of
the Democratic primary, held May
19th, and if nominated and elected I
will perform the duties of the offir,
with the same impartiality and j..
twice that I have done in the past.
March uth, 1908.
At the earnest solicitaton of many
friends throughout the, county, I arl
ounce for the office of Sheriff of
Alachua county, subject to the action
of the primary election. If elected I
a sure the people that I will ser\e
them faithfully and Impartially.
I respectfully announce myself a
canrildate for re-election as County
Judge. I sollcit the votes of all I.,l-w
ocrats at the primary on My 11tth.
and if nominated and eleCted I %ill
perform the duties of the oifee to ti;,
tbet of my ability with the same imi.
parthility tcht has characteried
discharge of the same in the pa>I.
Itsl'pectfully. H.O MAON
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for re-election as County
Commisnsioner from District No. :.
promising the same faithful attention
of the duties of the office ln the fu.
ture as in the past, and saleit the
votes of my fellow-Democrats. It-
spectfully, J. F. TOWNSEND.
I respectfully announce myIelf i
candidate for County Commialoin'r
from Iistrict No. 5.. if elected I proim-
ise to gKle 11y faithful attention to
all thle dutl s( of the oZce and ser,'
i tIh pe'IpI to t lie best of my ability.
I solicit the tl's of ily fellow-Dnemli
Islaunl ;rove. March 3rd, 1908.
I respectfully announce pylelf a
candidate for re-election as a Iamb er
of the School Board from Distrtt No.
1. and if elected promlee to serve
my constituents with the safe faith-
fuiness as I have endeavored to serve
them in the past. Vote for me, hulow-
Democrats. and you will have qOouse
to regret it. Very truly,
I-. .LI.


I hereby announce myself a edi-
date for City Marshal in the sdaora
to be held om the 14th dap- pril.
1908. I promise if elected to -vr
to do the duties required by tShiEtI
nances am near as I possibly -,fiad
I solicit the votes of al te lt
ctUens. RespectfuUly.

I take this method of annamnlgI
my candidacy for re-election aA CW
Marshal at the election April 14th
l4",. I have endeavored to pIrIna
my duty without fear or fave', d
would appreciate the support I
fellow-cithiZn. promising tIIh
tention to the duties of the
t'e future ar in the past
Y'aI for past surport, and
'our ,1t at the coming
&nl V ry truIly.,
BEN T. A" .
To tnl others s of GIleei ii
thi nnitbod of oannol msl
'a y ftr Marshal of the -
' 1,* I hae bte'n on at a
rn officvr I n-ectiat Yng 1l r
Intot),c1 'bile 'o ra s we
tnir',t I hi you aM i
t.).t tI'rT. ears. and lemv
I ti wh."-her I have
d," l, and with
S"*.. I hI bes at
*t *A:.- to be entitled tl Ial
,1 h if ei.' i, pr Eomle Oy aa
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S1-Bal on hand Feb 1,
1900 ................... 129.,785.34
SRcelpts for Month of February.
eb. 8-R. W. Small, J. P., B.
J. Gained, disorderly con-
dud t .................... 15.00
b. 3.-R. W. Small, J. P..
,Sam Harris, disorderly
conduct ................. 15.00
b. 4-W. D. Dickinson, col-
Slections tor January...... 4,06.84
b. 5-J. 0. Dampier, for
hire of county convictl... 600.00
b. 5-J. W. Drummond, J.
Dixon and J. M. Johnson.. 55.00
--J. L. Kelley, supple-
moat Alachua school.... 40.00"
eb. 5-A. P. Hardee, Clerk
Circit Court Levy Co.,
comaomlusons for Treasurer
on the Lowman case ...... 4.46
etb -A. C. Croom, Interest
Son common school fund for
the year 1908 ........... 1,775.74
b. 7-L J. Knglht, J. P.,
Amount not ua"d in an in-
quest of an unknown negro 4.95
b. 10--R. A. Caswell, Rob-
Sert Gaines ............... 50.00.
b. 10--R. A. Caawell, Will
W ,luhington ,............. 20.00
b. 28.-A. C. Croom, tax
Sale certlflcates for April,
S:07 ...................... 22 .48


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Total receipts ...........$36,795.81

e National I lak


ceville. Fla.


*ma Co., F"I1
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Jaoksonville and Now York,
Wallial as OBCARLITON B. 0.. both Vale.
Yb. futl a saj rIinMe Coutulu s i~lme

Jlyde New England and Southern
FPrenlh Servi Be Itwe JAOCKONVILLE, ROtTOIO and
PROVIDINOI, sad All Eatern Polnts,
Oalllng a Charleson both ways.


no tbbound ... ....... From tnlewis'Wharf, Bosun
Nuwthhound.....-......?"n' F t rOt W,.hl~oati t.,, JaelIonvillU

Clvde St, Jdlms River Line
ituopalag at Palatka, Aetor, 4 Poiveord (N-1i Gll),. &ti It$'rweqilat, Laudings
oU so, Johns Ramur.



Disbursements ............ 4.647.82| r DVp ep L FBRDINAND" BAYER, L
Balance ................. $32,147.99 ATTORNEY
Condition of Punds. SOLD BY ALL ORU1QITS. GOAiwnasn,. Fw N. L
Mineral fund .............$ 4.674.73 D
e and forfeiture fund... 13,012.82 DISCUSEtD LOCKER CLUM. Oa oll Iot.r itLI property (in..
Sfund ................ 8,69.68 proved sad emroend), phoishas..,
has warden fund........ 1,000.50 Columbus City Ciuncll Consaders the tueJa rfarmnln lAdo. Bend bin
ool fund ............. 4,240.71 Questlen at Recent Meeting, a lt of w tyou o f oero ar a1 142
I D. fund........... 270.60 Caolmbus, a. March .-Tb .-- .A..
city coqaell wit the lotket J. A. OARLIBLE
balancee ................. 32,147.99 club question at a lengthy motlBU ATTORNEY AT LAW
Money In lak Wednesday lnght. As erdlsaace to
Money In B ank. p.hibit uoh clube w7as derteke, And bollel-tofi equity L
t National Bank........ $17,147. e ty attory r that It was
esllvtlN National Bank.. 5,000.00 l A substtute Imlpoing a to ea slIo Oomvysemtll and Gma.
Dutton Bank.......... 10,000.00 ti and-dollar taxs pon toker eolub or IJ S Ol biea plrom ls
____ tbaomend se. 01 O11169sto n r to gas
Swa defeated by a vote o a eit t d00. 0AXvlMU FoltMtar.
Baanc ................... ,3147.99. s ft.-- ..
S B. PEELER, County Treasurer. An ortdnasme proviGg d a p1ty lPANMK OLARK. TuOB, wI. ELDING
i arh 1, 1908. $100 tor the keeping ot U or by pr
v Tate persons or clubs tor the purpoa CLARK & FIELDING
Tax Notloe. of sellingg w unanlmouely adopted.
ance of C N. This simply provides posrbly for blind Iawyers.
S pnr.naes of Chapter No. 4115i tiger convictions. for the lnteatlon to
aIwnof Flslorid, I gire be sell cacrnct he proven unless It to
statement showing the amount tabLi:hd lt.at a ka:e was made. p 11 all O rt, toao ad
s oleoted by W. D. Dieklason-
bLhiestr of Alasoha county, Flor, IA r I
for the period ending Feb. S ould be sunshine n the boe. and
show by oou should betunshine in the bome, and
ea fle In mJloffBe. towit will be if you give it White's Cream oe w ovewr ow ost. NanOul mk
S TA1 ROLL 19 \ermlfuge, the greatest worm mdlx. DA
S....... ..............$ 4 00 cil.e ever offered to suffering ho-AI V "UD.
a .d .................. 4 1 anty. This remedy is becom-
r)iad,SptcalDia' ..s.. 119 t tn the permanent fixture of well LESAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
had ................ 14 74 re.;uated households. A mother, __. ______
FPed, Spoelal Districts 4 1 10 ut ho old A otr,
Polls. 1908........... 4 00 with phlldren. can't wt along without IIIjcaVaIm MOT (.C
Polls. 1907 ...... 26 00 a bottle of White's Cream Vermtfug tti Int Oororre.meM JMW
oIn the boose. It is the purest and beet f .
Ttal............. 8110 medclne that money can buy. Sold hS-. 8.--
8. H. Wsin a. by W. Johnson. ". O
Clerk Oirelu Court. o w. Ro S .a-
11114- 1 Np oo *e Rob l B -a e I De
S o Monatgomery. Ala.. Marhb $.-4fIe.
I r m ber the next me you atked nerom etered te tore of
t palA ca-uemd by damp Bryamt ymldi a T"aria, this 3
I- yor head early ty. after dark -Ko r evening m
1i em1la- try lard's at the pblat fed atoasbed up T. B.
Lbjhe t. It wi ewanyou. A &MhNDS uSal tithe is mU4
but smmM I of HRomp. bb -t- s oft i d I me oeds r
Idm writes: Ir ha s"d 0 M alum c he Wba
Previes to asIg t I
S I a leased to y
o sr m .e * aZ. aor I t
I a1e'" &M tee ets tw CA O 1Aa o-m
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One Week *
ut e""oftsP OW=.U
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Voe vesft.No

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Mre appointed tio Ranl s f II.Ws: 1.e*t JAt Kl'%\ 11 .1, dal(y eVeopt
aturdays, at 8:30o p. m. et. eirnlng lf a, I ,a % 1,%A diUly
exs pt doodayt, at lut00 ) a I.
,.abo. DVU.
mUour. BO8 DUIEt MflebOmas.
anmddoI ReeUd up.
ave 1:80 p. m................ Jack eoatlleo .........D...ueo :00 a.m .
ae 9:00 p. m. ................. ram .............. I .Lve 10:00p.
ave 3:00 a. m.................. Ator.................Leave 4:00p. a
Mote ........................Itrestord (DeLand)..........Lave 1:00p.m.
ue 9:00 a. m...........f......... a ord.. .............. Lea 10:00 a.m.
me 10:10 a. m..............Enterprise................Leve 10:10 am.
Passenger and Ticket Offm1e, 11 Wot Say trest, Jaeksanville.
H. H. RAYMOND, Vtoe-Preildent a SdUenral laMnanor, New York.
i. M. MAYNARD, r. T. M. A. C. HAOGETY, U. P. A.,
Pier S, N. R.. New York. Pier 36. N. R.. New York.
B. 8 CROBL O0. A., F. M. IRONMONUER. A. 0. P. A.,
Ismburg, Fla. Jacksonvllle, la.
. D. JON T. P. A., JOHN PENDREI. T. P. A.,
Jacksonv'lloe, Pla. Jackmonvill), r.
0. P. LOVELL, Aglat, Jacksonvlle. rla.
General Ofeeo Pier 8, North River, New York.






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S Ple Orove DairyW

.1. J. T. Jaclkso of lronson *peat
. yesterday In fta sty.,
W. C. Dampter of Hague wa, trad-
gL la b the city yA terda

SDeputy Bher Ii. T. UeckhaU ofA
/ Campvlle was la the city yetrday*.
Ue Plank's hill Too. le, per p ot*
S tie; tuaraateed Bold byalldr salista

via#Wa ave DWr
J. T. Jacks=a O lroason Spent
yesterday In ti city.

W. J. uther o Old Town w tran-
itla bn thea thi ity yeettrd

R. C. UDavi f Jaksmovlle, Ita*
SreprC ianvll e a sthe rao yhole tayp.
SJ. Is. Luthsr of O Towf ws tr.am

writer, is to 1ity.

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-the carrqnthr'f hvorite;
guam~ntool tA plow5 you.
The New Low Anigle Block
pane with itlllIoveI tlkcibt
Tbh StanhWy Adjuastable c'
uliM Palw.t lum a dotk'ile
DOeelsudrlhe wllih call t
dly o ped to any ro-
qufred am.
T7% I9 aiq Adjustable
B341u Rabbesnaln Match.
ing Phm&
l.-n~r, Slek P now, S mw-
1%&06 NSA PWft JdWW 11"ft.

ayr a eason o utanaqua ticket at

W. W. Avers has season Chautau-
qua Ucats for sae.
D. W. L. ato of Reky Point was
trdin la the city yesterday.
pur Jersey oream-ut- quantity.
Pine Orove Dairy; 'pbole 489.
S-oas tickets for the Chautauqua
*re now ac sale at MlUer's ews stand.
For Rest-Rooma suitable light
hoeskeeplag. Apply telegraph osoe.,
labor oeutrats for atle at thi
aoe; 0c per doae, or M per bun-

I. Walts of Grove Park was
traacting basineas in this city yes.
Patie wanton a nloe Hore at a
low pries, al at Crawtord & Davvl'
a4 b oromioed.
. Por Sale-Fotr tpllblooded Fox Ter-
rier pupa. Apply 0 ao s t berty
street, or at Sun ooce.
J. 0. liville and son, Marion, of
Arredondo, were among those who
spent yesterday nl this city.
eo. P. Morris Is simnding two or


days at Willlstou and
on insurance business.


Captain C. II. McClenny and son,
Arthur, of Cadillac. were among those
who spent yesterday in this city.
W. K. Halle of Jacksonville, uperln-
tehdent of the Southern Express Com-
pay. wa laI the city on oiclal bust-
am yesterday.
Mis Belle Chltty his returned to
ha booe at Mil aopy. after a bre
vit to her sister. Mrs. J. Pietehr
Hill, thi s city.
All Mlmber of the Hoepital Aid
aMt e are arieutly ruled
to meet at the reeldeoe of Mre, C.
Riebards at 3:0 thi afteroos.
hPteade W. M. Bradford wUl re
etto ear that he to quite I at
khi heae S e West Masat street. but
mtr that he will oon be all ritht
1. It H a at Orage Heights. oae
of the "t w ,y known and most
promiaeat ektth s of the Wast ied.
was tras scing busineu in this city

W H. Irlckeort. land romisanloer
for the aummer lumber Conmiatuy.
has rMeurnd frnm a totslu ne r to
varim M pont las south Florda. le
waI absvet several ay.
The city rllltratlO boo kswill be
open at the ofeoe of Cty Clerk J.
'M. Ili. It t he tited Mtat laud
9omee. from Februaryy 13 to March 13.
Ofew boura to 1 a. m. I1 to 4 Pa.
"My child was hunrd terrbly about
the fame. eek and heast I apipted
Dr. Thowas' Electric Oil The pati
ceasd and the hild eask tamt a
reoatl ate.p."-MrN. Nancy M. Itan
me. llambwrL N. T
S t. 1 Montgomery o Mtaboepy.
.&ww oa swe m Armf mad

e *,


5 Cob i LIn
fchk Iasertlk, bat o admvrUte
meat take tea sr than u *etms x
words m a a im; rao I laa Ue.
every word over s sit emiuu a
an additlMli ea CA t In advamee
mrst acmapaay am oer tow laser

R- -T.- =
IHOlt'hE OR RINT-Apply to J. W.
V1al'-s *-. .a
rIR S ALs-alk ru rd erh type
*wrter fibbs for Ieal work at
a- d.-

-109= sw manw f TWOIa U
mos asmormifu spe.Sma Imthe -

McI 'n1 i11n Tw4&I 'm- .
Abi -L


Feb. 14th our deposits were ............ ,160.5'
Dec. 3rd our deposits were. .. . .... 15v557.2,

Net gain in deposits.. ............ .$ 47,603. 1

III~L~Llll~fl Celll*1IC41



1 'wrdrga a f3ebebs wasra
aH- 'v~ior to the comty AeItal

alo li Read. of Cedar Key
9p t yrterdayrs this city as a suest

I. W. Horn, a successful farmer of
the Vnylle secon, was trading I
th e ity esterda-y.
Joa Gorate, a prooieent citisen of
Wln.iea, was tranoactng buasinee in
thl lty yesterday.
J. J. Barr, i prom'iat citizen of
Ml~mpnn, was a business visitor to

L L Parrah t Hague was in the
AW Utord"ay, having come to do his
rlo r weekly traiig.
Mir. S. T. DellU as oee to Starke,
wih he wt! be the guet of her
paWrtCoL and Mrs. W. T. Weeks
Alr. ad Mrs. I. Crown, 8r., of
Reky Btint, were amog the who
iverd GOateestol with a visit yee
Mrs. Thurmaa Klley of Prairie
Crek was shopping in the city yes
tardy ead Incidetally imnettin h
R. W. Hisdon of High Sprtin, one
of the ladin merchants of that pro
greaiv town, was a visitor to this
ity yolerday.
Reosmaster R. L. Roblsons of
the tlantie C eat LUo left yester-
day for Ocala and other points, where
ie Is at o IfclB l business.
hMaI the next two weeks a eaon
of mbeneot and pleaosre to yourself
and family by the purchase of a sea-
son ticket to the Chautauqua. On
sale at Avera's east side square.
Orloo Laxative rIlut Syrup is a new
remedy, an Improvement'on the laxa
tive of former years, as It doe not
ripe or nausete and i pleasant to
take. It is guaranteed. J. W. Io
OoUlm A Co.
Commodore R. W. Beall left yeatr.
day or JacksonvilUe, where he wait
to meet his wife. Mrs. Bea left
Unoatown. Pa., on Wednesday, arrlti
lag In Jacksonville yesterday. After
a short stay in Jacksonville she will
came to Gainesvile for a few days.
RIt. J. E. Black, an eminent Baptlst
divnto of Oreen Cove 8prings, was t
the city for a few hours yesterday,
ad had the opportunity of meeting
several of ls old friends. He was on
route home from Archer, where he has
been on a visit to his son, W. R.
Mr. and Mrs. (eo. W. Scofleld, who
have been residing in this city for
some time left yesterday for Inver.
new. where they will make their fu-
ture home. They have many friends
here who will regret their departure.
but wish them much suooes and hap-
pines" in the town In which they have
decided to reside.
J. 1. IDll ba gone to Hague, where
he as ani extensive farm, and where
he will lool after his Interests for the
nest day or two. Mr. Dell is making
a specialty of cucumbers n his vree-
table crop for the comrg season, and
is having Installed a modern Irrtat-
IlB plant. He feels that he will make
a good thag of of tbhi crop next
season, as there is always a market
for choice euesabers.
1 -. 9I _. b --... ti
~ir Wl I Ir hu!O



(lroend Fler-Next to Plltedce.
Conveniently Located Yet Prial


Choice Steaks and Chopks Drip Coffe
Devilled Crabs.
We Uemplo one of the beat "chetf a
the )bu'ltlrn no tb ) or inexperoiened ).
The hest elulipledl and okldet IreuraLt it
thelitv. If you want realoo oki by a HsUL
(;K)K Wll) KNOW*i H I BIUM lsi l i r .rV
call anything the market affords you cuu il
We do not promise somethbln for notb!r~.
but momethnlr for your money.
RIXIUI.AR MEALS. Special reSs by tl
week. Place for ladles. gentemea Sad cu-


:, --* ,.--

Leig tn for 'Funerals a DFDirtive
l'irpomw a 8pedaly. \
t7 W. Bay--TIlfl)- n IIM
Jakumvilu r1a
TeL lph and Mail O(de b arn
I' 'mpt AtteatiLe.
jbt Melb.l 4w

National Ba

UlmI State !A--it-ry
Capital t t Paid I, $I*&$"rpholdFrVb
Wr .h 1a l 1 i'l .i in p.i g

FewPwCam Cut Pwi

Jsua. Ii '.rshu sin' 'p fl 3i~ I.,,
IS ~cr isY. r~, 3 )I s 4 er-sham4." i
I ~al- t ian r4m. Lee
WNW p ftMI rr, FIt JU' ,d
06 N O W

The Gainesville National lank
_--T. W. 8HANDS, PIrcat-

The Supreme ient

At the wedding is when te bride cuts Ier
wedding cake and snib tBe deUcious tiavr
and rich and luscious coandlnd y of a dir
-made by uI. -
Oir Wdid Inraurld aId Ote
Cakes lr Fams b v8i-lle
and we will be pleased to frish tbheul br
parties, receptions, weddingd o private I.,
CI AERYo,.B a 01Blocl
/ ^^SSW ~s^ 'i" DAIJi A IL 8V LLEi

4( dTaar


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The price v mi re ver clinrtr their
cutnouwrs in enonlgh to make iInoIt
people revolt. We don't rgiv' (iro-
(mcmv away, lbut w. '11' yoa tlic
B net in the Market for thi uim,v y,
content with a fair profit. Well
here, to prove it, can yui dlo I*-ttcr
than thin: (;(H1) ('()FF'E, 2t.
per pound; FAN('Y TEA, .oI' r
pound, A&c., Ac., Ac.

J00 14 IL


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Sm ers & Earle Phone 18 Ir
S-_ ..-.. ..

Gus. A. Morton of Wllllaton was in
the city yesterday. Mr. Morton is a
candidate for State Senator from his
county, and feels confident of his ,lee-
Carter H. )anme of Ocala. organizer
of the Woodmen of the World, was
in the city yesterday. Mr. Dame was
en route home from Newberrv. where
he has Just instituted a ritca of
thirty-two members.
Additional Short Items on Page 3.

El Dorado Cafe

Off the Street. Away from Dirt and
Fle.--Ovee The Magnet, West
Side of Square.

Oysters prepared and cooked properly.
Steaks and chop* broiled-not fried.
Any special dish desired can be had
on short notice.
Juat a few words about Regular
Meals: Morning and nilht. any kind
of meat that's on the market is here
for your choice. Eggs? why. yes
they go with any supper or breaktat
order-fried. poached, crambled or If
you prefer, an oaelet
Dinner: Here's a ample bill of fare
trom Thursday -Roast Dock. Creamed
Potatoes Swt Potatoes Caunlower.
Pickled D et, Lttuce. Sliced. Toms.
toe. ied Paches.
Po.n this date to the cloe of the
nystr eeaso. I will deliver to any
part of the city ied oysters for 35c
doM- -CA ~ mst a 4empany order.
If ylo wast to eatertata a few
friends with a Little supper, see me.
I have the place and you can be a"
-red of priIcy. u well as clean

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