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
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 8, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID01228
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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UAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MA'II 'll, l lol


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TEN(11P* -AE
TEN cEN'IS'` A ~VEEK


I CE TAKES HIS LIFE


TVi h ideat Uiks T"rst

Cuyof ktroL

INAN AL WORRIES CAUSE

Coupled With III Helth, is sup-
peed To Have Impelled Him to the
fash Ded-Mr. Hance Was Born
In Wllmlngton, Del.
OItrldt, Mlo\, March 7.-Elkwood
P. Miao, Aar vice president of the
Trust company of this city and
postmaster of Detroit, shot and
Mblaelf Friday in his home in
city. Friends say that he bad
gmetly depressed over his finan-
1 a lr for some time.
Mr. Hahce's health also had not
ga d med It is supposed that this
vated the worry and ImnpDed
to ihoo( himself. Mr. Hance was
In WUmlngton, Dl.
e came to Detroit in 1876. He
Samitted to the bar and in 1889
appointed postmaster. W'nen
ialon Trust company was formed
m a made secretary and later vice
t. He was fifty-ix yom old.
Pvsideut F. W. Blair, o the Union
company, and Henry Russell,
of the director and the comp.-
legal counae, deny emphatically
the -affalr ot the Union Trust
y are in any way involved by
of Mr. Hanoe's AnaneQal dfou0l-
They also deny tat the at-i
of ite failed City Saving bank
whteb the Unios Trust company
Pw lver, is ebtanted by Mr.
p a managemst
'. Heace VWa at his oce tc. turv-
Saus al, an aftes s(tpper thnt
pjtit the evedtag at cards with
bimutly. uThe leMe came on th
o#e atwo or three manths' vacotio
saia4r wbtk the oSaers of the
b1 apDny7 ere planing to give him.
. Cos.e friend say that Mr. Hance's
gi-nal financial affrat had been
XW entangled for some time and
ka Jhe had been undergolog a tremon *
Iu mental strao uas a result.
Sbout four weeks. *o WIo fnion,
oo'Ut company was, in a measure, re-
aialsed, and Frank W. Blair. sudi-
of the People's Btate Savinas
wag elected premdent, whti
e had been vacant for about a
w slnce the death of Wlliam C
SUlaa.
W lU It Is intimated by some that
lAot over the elevate of
StaMe man over him In the Ulaon
inpany oomtrlbuboei largely to
Hamee's depre~ co, .Henry Rua-
d, v4sectr sad legal cousoet. sUys
Mr. Hanco had been told long be
th election tat he could not be
t -Wbad of the lastudion.

41000 S*oN PSTION.

ekSieelt uetevel AsiGed t PaMte.

Me trTt. Mranh 9t,-'. beal s
etW mtWe Msad r-wels

the pa o set tv askM"
=" To&ka Monk atIe bo am
Wi luaYm Hm. Va eaStek, eM M
ai te-yer tens to au Istag <


r~ams ta m flach was to ON*
low at e seesom sammmeI Ge
mUemo. whfr berm. Juse 15
abdgtb*ean.f of smewtema
-lm s&d chWrdr. a lpa
*slk, who is ow "Sd *mu
&Mw- by ietaIt
be h" gMeL WaW is&v
-fdral amt of vtal a*S

Ma Mn WALK OUT.

~tb IinpweedAm, kMekhue of
W.~.. 0.
Waelsese. 0.. Marcb I -A
"m ftwonted at the big Plek-WIM
pmn twery rida -sy Abmt MN
oft smo*a.
1%e inoemaedee 6sof sh *9OtvW
Sb abm they tvt tkoft sod amm
oe cas =AM". 7%fs A" muIw
rat a *ej "d walk.! V.
%low a- .aude o t e.
-arm a lbU.


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CHICAGO STORM TOSSED.
I iliI
Many Narrow eoeape From Drowning I S
We. Reoergd.
Chsloo, Mar .-arc.-Mrh- showed
It& pace Tburday throughout Chloa- SfCaMB
go, darkelag the city with a gray,
bblutering, rala-beaten canopy.
Oae park, lynta between oty-ev.
oath and eveomty4rat streets and ,, B


,outhweatern avenue and south Kied
deo avenue, was Inundated with water
ftr one toot to sax feet In depth
ThurdMay ollft. In many of the
twellim the reeldents were compelled
to move to th upper floors. One
house ofte6 frt ita foundation.
Many errow escapes otm drwnw
tag were roeord d.
During sa electrical storm at Whit-
ln, lad., lgbtalng struck a oottage
oampled by the family of Michaol
fofek. a laborer nl the Standart Oil
plant.
The bolt caved th roof. Ills wife
and three obildren were in the house,
as well as imselt. The ruins caugsat
fire. At the same time another light.
alnf bolt struck the fire dopartmeut
headquarters and started the tire
alarm bell ringing.
The whole town turned out and set
to work digging the Sofek family out
of the burning ruins of their home.
All the members of the family were;
unconscious when rescued. the father
and mother ,being 'badly bruited. The
children were unharmed.

PREPARING FOR CAMPAIGN.

Forcee Organizing for the Prohibition
Fight in Louisiana.
New Orleans, I., March 7.--An--
nouncment of the program of a cam-
palgn to bring abxmt prohibition In
louislana when tihe lieslative m n wtl
next May was made Friday by tel
lotisiana atnti-saloon league. Tho'
lea.gue- xpoets the backing of the
forces which have carried three other,
noulshern states for prohibition within,
a year.
Pr ;rarations for this campaign have
been under way for several months,
and In addition tihe saloon force have
orgaalxed in opposition to the prohl-
bttlonists. Reroaly these forces have
had two gipnnloant trets of strengt h.
one at 8hrevelmrir Ia., In which the
prohlbltionists wuo a iral option ePec-
tlon, and the other in New ()-lans, in
which the Sun-day closing lnw was for
about a month strictly enforced. Its
cently this haw has tue been rlgorous lly
administered here.
The anti-saloon league aill stunlp
the state with spMakrs frmin various
setiomn of the country. b40lnnin0
March 9. - --
DREWItR HOLD. MEETING.

Decide Upon Campaign to Counteract
the Effoot of Prohibiton Wave.
Clesao, March 7.-A rampasn of
pOntelty to counteract the effet ofIj
the proesat prohlbiteio wave was dec
celd upo= by the 4oard of trutee of
he United Utate srwer' a etatlDao'
at a meet a d ore Thursday. Tt' I
mostig was attended by lda4il
1wer. fo a all parm of the ooutry.
MaY I the breww had JW t Hreem
ad ft te brevwer meeting l New
Odeas ad reports were giv Iea
a W er eseathera states prw I
kfty ,efa. Me., md 16sseie
g that pelrbltlemoa e ews ttab hve
g e "hr- J those state ha ee b a

The berd doctd to lavlieji
olUttoas all ovr eW et werY I
i'erree to the inqor betle e o,
I "wet" and la "-dry" com nLttie.
d t~ peblish the risulta.
Arnumi.t wer, rompeed for
tiM uaw essva to be hed t'
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GOLDMAI TALKS'


PrIts o AlaWchy



NOW IN CHICAGO


syea S Intends To Go Right on with
Her Plans for Meetings and Wll
Hold Then Unlees Stepp by the
Pollce--4ys Pollee Are *tpid.
Chicago, March 7.-The Tri.nlsue
says that tlama GOokhda tht% ,
called prieteste of anarchy. i-'nt
Thursday in Chicago keepla rhclar- of
the pol"t d and resting with Itloue- at
970 North \\'inc;ialtr avenit Siu
has been here slico late Well.,-.,:.->
night.
-M Ookldnuan Uas In a tI p I o nr
when she was dl*co)verd b. .1 '. r,,t.
or. The police had not ,' -. her,
but Aaml tant 0'hif chilhu r haJ
said he was not eeking'her.


NuA OOLDMANM.
"VO c-urbe I did nut ,xpect to I e
found," sho said. "I am tn well ac
qutalted with polloe asttliMty to o.
pect such a thinly as that I o0P'e
to go out tomorrow aitl go at li myV
busineau as usual, ail if the yp;.it'
want,. Le, of course t :') will asiIbt
ate. Ihut I can't rcS ,lhat c(hlrtrt
they can make aaelnst n.i ."
"Hlow about the report that .wu ni,.
liable to be id)or(ted I, the ,tur I
nont under the law for', ling n t lhe i
nmlbeon of ftl:, ign A)a, l Ats to t;il
oounltry'T
"There's nothing to it It was ta(k.
ed (d when I retiurt-e from Kuruie
last fa?. but the po'ernii.rit uthiitl
Ile could lnd no law for It."
"Are you a aaturalisl Ampurlcan tit.
Iea e?"
"I am an American ritxIee. My
father was naturaels where I was
evenmteea yearastM -that e d me an
Americaa dUaisn whn I became of
age "
Miss GoldMna a'4 ih wvred gr
ritgt e with her plea for metleta
ad wetid held them uniee stopped
by the abn".
eweve,. o $aBd her way blocked
Irbafty d l by Itabliityj secure
i bld. T wers t of all pubite halls
SIse kty d ave oee nottldi that the
sesem w63 be ranked In the ease oI
sy who aev Mlas Qilma to
1et. _
SAPT. KM KMMIMIO TREASURI.

plaoe TiMt H Nad eeo** DOlvered
Dhw Lare Crowd.
ew York. MarVha 7 Rports that
p K w's brtIl td tremare bad at
t bee dieovered drew a large
wu4 to Iano 1g s Tureiday.
It is repritW that *m of the reo
a a dr1 wiwWbr h t eWaged le deap
mimm theAmi alu l tadfa.m I -aA


WORM V lmpl L--% rWwwwar~ I &Pusr
s on lad Ibad
SSVAW 00 Se0900Dfteega I m aidgma- AI--M- -- ---a
Maseb 1. -4arem 7 prA- 'al a e-.4 1096gfi


Oat t of ps3Me" 00"a of5 m n o woepkt-d up by
ft eM y three dfp. 5 m jm .~Np It Is A" r, e" 4tau al,
~ vue twenty @ ---ran:a geldh ND We& r,0-t bW
on espau to bi g pedd Is d
sbw egig vwetv W.lMe Wowfew"of P"I& .o to tothe- VW


'Xidmn s.. NA 1.-4% s& a To*


074 go= - -1 in Sed sw.I
feaim."
U ~pv S ~ df4


NO CHANGES ANTICIPATED. Y
Operation of Wrrn Maryland Rail. IAN IS E O
road Will Continue as Hretofore.
Baltimore, Mdl., Marsh 7.-No
canese are atll sted' i the opera. Ha Statl Offers Him to tb
tion of the Western MaryluM railroad
Wbhch was Thursday nglht placed i t NatlI For Presidk cy.
the handed of B. F. F.ush, preorde
of the road. as receiver. He wil con-
unue to manal the coawaay undr MUCH ENTHUSIASM SHOWN
the direction of the court.
The force nw in charge of the Ide
partnr.uta will be malitalned so a to Democratic State Convention at Om.
give the receiver the bet efforts of ha Endoree Mr. Bryan as Thot
heir espotrence both in point of opera, State's Candidate fr the Hilsget
tior and nu the cnh .ct of coal and Offc in Nat
mianin projects which are an impor. O Nction's Qift.
tant factor in the MSaryland develoi- Omaha. Not, Marrh 7.- -Thursday
ment. this imad now includMng the wasn r)an, tl) in tmaLa iiut tth th
WH't Virgtla c'tuiral and I'ttsburg out N-mrntika. \\'ih it h dei nortl~ra
Prlrprty,. ahong whhlth are tiiatl state. clottl,,ti a1 a nucleus, part
the coal lands it otnsI IuhT-r frint ever N.o'llIly awl l.rt-i.i
W\\hIl It h.td i.'n kIect nI ti "Int call) .,,,y pillar thtriet in t
siderl that the corliarttlion A rl4un, it dl,, th .ttat i1 .,1i ti, t pl,,e ,.
nlnt lehili l ilnani al;.! lit, r.' o viier ai ,Jll, I th p i ,,'.,. I, d l A S lt
ship catte st lto* r U .i Imor,.. ot of tho l tk)>ns f ir I i i.~I t,, ti t i.
fnill:Itir with the cominmn) antitl ,at d. m nl iens for furtheriti, (it Iint., o t,1, ti,
11i.t i,-., t ei ahCklIowlelt i4 g ln;iu!.';it of fore il, t o,,ui,,R atic te ,,im,' ,o,,It ,t.i
Ihe i mpatniiv o nmeet the pci l altintln al tion at Ik u\ i' I Irt .111:v
Interest on I o first tmiortir w blinlad Enthusiasm Was Prevalent.
idt,,, Aptli 1, hlch was the litt-N.late t lRIt Sttl %%&: r ia l.tilent thr'msgh
cau-' of I t'e .rt i)a ..iltki ts It i.it% o the d>e). It Ilk sa list n rtly t
further stIatll t hat the enitlan In the afrnm.,l m'n, tot of the monen.
fu tlh.,r intd.hted tor ltittwials andl ti- 1,,,!4 A ,nl granltli gatheriwg volume,
plhl. ,, t i n l lai utll ini elcl'4 o ihrn.o t, t In t lnltlllllntai vcliferatioan
Sm,t"o'no an11id thil cr...lit or h Ihert r lien at he ,nCl:tu lAlg of the evening
Ing lo.r theo ,lcis..int of thoir latim*i s'll. n tlhe pIiatflormi tA iultItee pln-
Ihroin .,su i-r,, i action to ntfort' e, l,,i his re- )e tllion:
thl, lr di, >,;d. "& I clln drlarue cntllInce In and al-
PLAYS CARDS TO KElP ALIVE. ti,,,in fr Winlla JennnIes firyan
S In lihlm iw, behlIt the Ideal Amerlcan


Pastirro Keips Old Man from Sink. citt the Ideal deomerat. We re
leg lrto Death Slumber. ~ ,)l~ thast the prititolp which e Iohas
V-n IIIMsruih; 7-Joaejph ltesflLi-r H) M~:) UJIte, .It* have L'mui ail~k
flir u it I ., Iliim'ito -go a lii slidr'l yh neIr am poreople. so.
1111l 111A Will, iI uI t('91t 1a4(h 1114i oi~mlc ieath Tis A t trrae tele-atee by
this 4cinveetjun chosen he, Gd are
1.0a11.ItL i n t i e isti'ti-c i fu in Al uIniIi tote-el tIn vftp asaans t fr
by sI-wo I. n:114 fal bpi'ats 4:11rus a al i,6 licnicitluat ion 4p hIr liryan for the
Ut' It to hI- isb his way nuin oew isra.idMV-
York lu,11 4M.4lit&I4rseomnet of Mr.
The ciii wl i A is m 1ph ekin fears feag t fryauIs Ian liu i' iit tit Nil aprt-
shoii~i t hei '-enf ctheo pus ia ttim th'1i .i .ry thnee hlajisletIn lb. lmrnclm


%prts hir lii Icawi hetimps him awxke-.
hiri % ii ik Inlto a slit lm r f. 'ii
W11100 It AWIgd be i fiU~~~l.tc
&r ncIi1,a I u Itol


Li' 1+1 um In toe-lyo.


MURDER IN PIRST DEOREE.


Intriftlkios to t.h e mlstt me Se elet-
',,. dlturini (ti afrtleru tio reproelt
th. tate it at li)nverv will, it was
thiijlt., lave Iwi, chthnMt as to wheio
Itr'\n a htuite tlali, titalds

TIMBER FAMINE THREATINIO.


People May Face Problem of How Te
Ip wtheut Weed.


I -Nnow Yol r, higrl 7 Anoo'toalaj
verdict of Jury in Cas* of Man Who flora thore ws ons k iteio betbore The
Killed H is Sweetheart %'tinerican rie o 'a, 11tt3.rt.. it In hig
P14'iA. IF Its rl-lt 7. -Allf r deli lb' I dlhl ai ll m t 14n)b lie the
watin a nl ig jury in the are. lr F I tit miri
I 1 r bv i Ill alit; 4 uA r o O s arullr o a Iural rI etas l tm it ip946 ,ti It i lgir Mtni
Il)Lrrro cj~ J~lll,, 0~by I I)relcil "111 144.0jol ot'vollb). (Ifivor6 Pi
Iiai %It 4a ~ltotiw-ci l -'i byci tiV wtmeoing t ier -flifi'...cr of i sftin %saim )etaii t (of
of, c)i t rems tit ('arvinateos 40 m -ii ir-- ti. I I' MI papres)le at a
tilmnisl a vridct of gutlnty of Itrii.F por eeing fit.MA tue-it Istitute lot
IIn tL Prot degree- Fritay. Merit cleat nt-el egooitaseft rilurigglsrysigt
sao rwrma5Ior,4sd. I Julio was rovr it I- a 1er faIsne In the Plmolty
cunte sha tb. verdi-t was sasfaInt4-1i tw Inti l and Mele-e tefu enWoi
iI JulJo was alover g t too, 61r, great latigie In pulic eutimInt. DbO
s"d she sad her Uswtr wul n d "'o'Ig~ yiiv sissle hae fr* 15 5 tS
toal~ NI, have ibr top lorotaInna two
D1 Jelin followed Y60 thrmh v-i t rtelttl.
eas sad suot her hil ons the OIrtt o At the pre-ve wra t, cf 0,4 ulflIPim.
The Jury te ompleaeto b have r i-or be hai-l, the Iret o un stawdlag aos
meded Ame-re e the nlry sS 1&0 u pptimbr kbr tweet, I CUSy y
thwe is 0 rPrbjeft" to raM & OU his V 0 a I rqA yIto" "A a*we to o
h4m oso cpital PUB14' onIs U 'cit hate aisdv) *cc** ofe arsie Is be&
praaito-rtedl hj the..eefeet. ,W
FILES DAMAGE SUIT. this rewpopmee-tiol c ,htr P50h O

Men twoe Alleged Night Ridersi ofie,"'O ?V ,Io01i)1 ip ,ipSIIIt a 0,"*6444as
*1ce'ldboo?. *I -O itsy#* ogneet all eo
P064"o *" preitier f rem oyIp ipte P Ito* ad
F'lato'l, xy Mre 7 I teIt t, it, proy'ree .taa(ea bp labetoo
II lialiruse- azl wife, "1 to( 4 r ,i r

&Wlt #40%r f gisi* o IIty of fa is 160
mey -R ~i. st theywoarst tfie4 gu4 ece MadPits. pi es"
Aor Of 1L #'M Il O N 0 gtolloCtot Ito Mffl oi*rp AletI Ma Nosey

It I l"We ry 061s. Wo 114 Me fewsrie
14 119 -*#-1 5 h I 118 *4 &e':S&1C%0IjPva, C ids wolfag (486" '
-de- a. t ', r 1de I lit 58 se1 ji" U,11a. who bet h"
tlb. s I0404.1t0 h1, IS h 'e e s

el.- i.'I -3 ,I .tt@ 4WDt. o titE t ie pew 1 66 e 4, -4.bdUas%
QN. fido-' o ty6' CI uon aes-I ,, e. ueat l lIe .s e eerl sal
..& I~r -' -- -- ' ,.a'~ if en prul~i~m0sr7r ler-es 01 Y
brogo 0; j got 0 .4n )
gardIlo I tLe I r l Coaymor Neee pesesw,
Wealaius burl.6 I -66oft
ofach Hiisg Tria. go ofam& go esmreae fte"
JaSmli, 11(. kowlk I U rpi e trial ItII 'I 4 meu 4d o Will
of AlJooNam,& Ow4 15* amrtgo#4 latat ISW W" 1N
Na,.16 #0 itnoe, Paros, Metto IMa S pI -g
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PAID


Wti Mp WIN be CemwtW Or
Ma- Nw W AS--&


T0"y1,. ma k Ns .
The Bored at coaty 3

Pmesat: J. .i DamLNr 41 1men10
C ,e..batrte, W. J. MIaa .
SlJam aJ.rM '. T Mem
The maein6 bes1 111M" to .~*.
oi mlcuas *1te *waet meeting *

Whes the foilowng bills ovie

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. -t Vlorida Te'ephmae CMp ,
serILe, W.; s M.J Wmtsm, f r.
lm at dored tarm W; o
626.14; I H W~ages stam~ p tso,
$1. 61; W. D. Dietlown. odetr,.
em -isrleI, $0.6; BaI of Pub
mI Wortk, wwwe staos, I.17;
bLrM Os A0. ; &r W. ; PenIlO

Dr., J. L Clea% pRNleel, service
S o4U; Drv. LJ. M. Drll presi o .
Is m10; ILIL Gokle4i Ubotea O
o stfbe at ptl fi ; A WILNiaL
~ urr t poor term, 6.M; .
>, ,* --U B H O- * *^
...i... s.l. d eOS s 0
p01f$6.1; L. Dud tori & 0.,
S elabM tles r poor temr. $1.T; J. .
4. Ihrtesr. eam. of powr trm. $40;
Gelsvfl oGe an G"Ne Weetric Fewer
Cp., rfle 11.77; M. A W. B. Driw
soman *M UaMr for Comty JW4e
065*, 84K96; mss Nupehoerlsg
C pat.m, maiterstr lt, 8. ; L.
W. Paml, teda rdriem r$144rM;
Slk Mata, MseNes as tt.iusnt
S to mnes t11.3; L. 8. Peeler'tr.
rawr amusmk. 52s.88U; J. C. Ib
Wr, supervisor, aary for Februr.,
SW' J. T: . IEt. ven em crial al
ssM Pals.
tI Wberpen the bodrd adjourned
S tir Wededay mornien at 9 o'clock.

The Mbrd met tbls day, pursuantat
adJournment of Tusday.
S Prwsent: J. 0. Dampier, chairman;
W W. J. Mdtthe,. C. C. Pedrick. r.
Paulinr and J. P' Towu' 4d.
T meetlaso being alled to order,
the following bills were ordered pMd:
Wmmisooers' salary and mileage
for quarter ending March 4: J. 0.
Daipel*r. $40: W. J. Mat-twe, $64;
C. C. Pedrick. t12; r. P. PauUlla.
$48: J. P. Towsed,. $44; B. A.
Thrasher. profeestmal servloes before
mrwM crrt .$g; 5 .. Tko os.M o
pse. sufdrie for Jal 1.706; : Mrs.
S da Stfur. crm d aof C NRl WIn.


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nI to te eanOM a 0 P. J. c-
-.s s m, ae mint to as.
v6t, d 1 4 8 O n& t Am and t wEG
Mss r -ate &tf ts bea ft
Tht 1 where, II IS the desre o
W. 4D, DkMeM. tax edltc6r sof
Absean eet~ tat tte tUme for tW.
oslleetde tla S e e at ltd to May
1, It Is bmby r~ad ttht the Ocmp
tUlr erneMw tes to estmd the
tim e Md ntfy th O tlu edodatr
wU so =Wof e mobmexslm.
that wherm 0. D. 14aler., L
cthsy M 0. J. Waters, ea having
1e, d wg L th hlaw. that they e
Ireled a permit to carry a pistol a*.
aMor to law.
That ta wbod of o. B. InuM
rf py l, vth GOee L Drg ml
T. Tpei as 1mist N. Vlrse Appriod.
ery -1 ItM JO. 3. Ha l i M
J.U0 a etnm., apprwaed.
Wher-I m tiM bdi iadjour-ed..

Olvm Up to Dte0
B. r pileo I, 1t4 N. Virge ht
vv"nevW IS&awr ites: "Or oer flt
yre I usM t rmbd with Ud a a
Mider atoUr eo Us wieb cMuae oe


three of We beat pydetaMs weo- did
o mo eood mad I was practlme
gies up to d4o. folsys KOMdne ae
was reommended amd therat he bsM
mv gret st and aftr nkang
th soeod battle I mwas eektl
ed." Why not let It help yeoT 3'.
W. McConom & Co.
Will Build a nome.
J. A. Barrow, third o paytan rest,
has purchased from AIgrst Weat a
detimble lot on northh Evaas sie, 1
Mbt Omlebevilte. and wll t Iat
reet a aleo oom thereon. T
be a ave-room house. sad
del4ga espeelally to oem J
Wir wB WINbo aom tnt him I at
be *r"ad 1* bsslo wI au s IN
b WOO Sor 1 m 3ar tfo shet dm


SO U Bl 006ILAm RvI
OW:; Mr. Semi. Uod~em. Ass Rou4 _____
2e a 1Etlls Towaselad. for sup pg Diem. f m Gm,
DOrM eauh. $; T. KaidVoI. beaUe
we, New berry subrnd W lt ft th
Sl401; too In criminal &aa dce as I
lows: .0. 0. Was"1. 216.8T; K. 1bo Uk m w 0
emadrsn. OILiS; L W. UesawlL INN bmskft M4dila
87A: J W. Drummond. $13.33: C.,J. Slk Y .ad notm. my be
letcher.16851; L .M CCrry, $11M:;
0. W. U tu1. 13.30; J. J aItidbyNO
61.45; J. H. Dyle, 0.4.40; L I Storyi, t ban *0 blow I I
Ordered-: That the bill of the Ra l I
nobe Drug Compsany to osaret a_
8"~ brdg wram th t pe at er Mr. Lea~ ft" mP4"0
aut Wrthingtwn Sprgsta, at a cost A.Wb* aspBe
of $1.615. bheerPitd. a R. r. the em en d bI
Ta Sthe salary ofl be su per-v ts Aft dK W W, N*
dd rogbsnUoo for Alachum euavr beat
hnerewd from $to0 a ear to 300a t kMOW-Ai
yO, to lake 9 t rim March1. b 1. Mr.'L lbee's fliaeftOIDPO
That the Craitoau Uoru I'll ti) tlo ltehIm S l a ab hi m wY m
I* Us. dividing tovilihij. 9 and In, I P5IiIi
amIM w mblat btheSouthajt corner
A t,$NO S1, to soumtr h ne-tedana rof
looIeft Is rg be mes 17 mild % Pant. 'ioag an *%Nom w
66" Sdas the Public l. .A.,a.ding ftw comesaaw tbrm WON"
JO. 24MM'10 ION, b4- r,4 I Wa's Co*a (ot 1b i a
thMt I I-1 of lut 1r.i.I .igrt.O a1 CUrM for Cr MP6h01 104% N
N. IL 3.LOrdmu t. !. ,,, of Waeto Wa tad. WhM InS a1
fY eel aIm mImpd a theiot' at a' s o- t. h w l. tp sun* pm id
Saw "Ired- it so r ea Ndy willl orev6 the bL I rs
7%0i Ift pm" fr, i,&jvrsusel Qwv"" Ina 0,- oi
~ pthd~f h4. ofr.hld..ru w sallo btr

ltvngrnr.i K. .. YdllJ _________________
"as g fa f omr a Q I 's- i - ,
Tit$* raw. he be sad yi- f'.1
lowfur cml be PW t' t I
bUMMSC.V
to". to ttew andwft40th
"A" se t I" yvW .dp otp~ht
read tr~ulnI oekyTe.4 1 h


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o was inhe tm
I Ib solvwby by an -
bd NOLW rboe and o
wbem owe smpathy of tde
I Issat"Asis

cure" IN To DAY&
I.4YUW b owastesd to
Po sato 14 ift"


at No in r
Irt. US"&h I -A SP41 -'M I'*
tawJw %" bef NU4 t"..
dhI$ $3.MS abesthe plale
GWO out.


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Yor Fire


With a POliv in onAR4
tilt' 11AU raze CoUpi

Y such a :1 ri,-k when we1
tr';I it forr Yu at

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amii a m rra ape man a
it ~sark at bb US& atsoIfas?
k a au aas It ex e ss- oit em
sh i I he W Mhwaetin is doe to a" ehu d
ari I,, rw tm oies tok. ei trob aeysa and
e m aed--w -.~re w v ib e,,- dglis czthd the system. The .t a refuse, o

" 4 MDMe as to 4 d .1 ft Bu tHLe t a n chuaiadcd of WB .
t b er! B o w M iib o .to ted into the "riatll apt
mee'ePl- -. .., .m, =. pa. ^--- ,--- -ra--- bod-d-y

m ,. ti et.s t has y te wcrmthe disu0ese; they ,II a i per


pope treated ent for ge
44, 0Va$ MWNlr. 0* isd sodt disa i and


ta pe B.ny asunC hbra S. .L. e "tt of all blood j~wat
0*" Nwb i9011- rh "aM oh Rheumanstm. imand no R


*a Ne rmNpa b y a I pm"aad "d
011 swe" soafto and fte .ta jmaeer and Cot b St L1



Alb e a d s.a m m mt
ww e avfu ias gtr sad a, an ,

so stl d of ta peror u lad athe For the housekeeper who M bs the
Sa"b of tboovw w tn dremmd, of ber hbnllg alw loaf
tre satienc wer o thior ft of Delicious, High-O~S md Iron[




eW to eam es the Istg to t a d the money you pay tr or tbm.
0100__ uw..trofiab te 'heat ,distt.

.10 hteft p rfm a .r o r l- o- de for
SaMO the tm bea. After a an ax IAk YL
few tale tots web as hlita fleg Iar 'SHA FLA.
wisd s 9ad belkward ad delspl and _. __...
o-fhne the banIhds the Professor
s a h sF L Tr pOartMd AW AM TO SWLLOW
it, rhe m p" Dt"ayC peruarmed-_ _ _ _ _
wede oIgtl short of te mira'oluys.
.. be A. .1 3w u a 6- Te ep *mBn yrer. charge their
sietew hltrls a XIIlty h e -e iMm ia eo onh to make mont
a Ipelrman whihI aroused mor sv elt. e don't give Gro-
gePawkms ar the aiy show that t e el1 yo the
h iMad Tampla a tbs n kariiet for the money,
"*A* eo I ti 'I t wia a flair prflt. Well ..
"0 *One t bed the tala- here, to prowe it, can you do rbtter
it the were members of a ilteetrl than this: OOX)D COFFEE, ? f
eapB giMi g a rart ad ta m par pound; FANCY' TEA, 60e per
mmserdalry banssw fo their amu poetb, A., &c, &c.
s tel hasrumets and th neat
mm* the were rumn up -4 iS fi EU Phm 13
ah sides meer the hrwsh.
afthy wOabs tesot ltn a the park c
mea aers yIlr telr miamm Trh
pwforea&se was bo a th lostrtet t ve |ad d
__io Hickory Stv Wood
leep ws latnrteduced for a at tie ._ __ _ __fo t han.
ew people, be Mg put to Wsleep s the
maUdl drna t t. of eni e.t00 PER LOAD


beed e this his uad appearM h l*,
ftevre 8 the amtheU-ybmvmTladt- -ONAM

T1mp ww m8ost atterg sad it bso
PANa BrwRJeanings Hardwood Co.
Ib eFlwded bWI every aiSht dbre gi e--- M rM Ph.s 1 S
tag the wok.


** ** *S AMT T 9F U TITLE TEL F PH O NE
Ieels at less wwembt is st Iadlete
is a0 1 '-Ana a ~o .e -iA saI LINES REACH
".,, m.,... ..e ., AL C H LoWA cor' T 80 TOWNS

.fa J. wyW'ea hiia usmar a ICAn atco E(F"Dlorid TIpb. 0
'eIs VO ee Yue voL, amLoae. --.tDte St -
L^A H-MArJ, -1 ftkart f-ijr Fine Acdlepi, p ~ary
__. ST aB a -t M - DRY BATTERIES
se e ris b i ar"t hts e. .a ny quaitY.-Ay Time 1
DmMe sy Jr l e d ys agf. Ist T-QITT FLAOR TEAwe Iest
-t w ~wereat"w mM wo 0 PRLA


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I i I aa iol .the eIt.or is
.,...' O.I|glad to. elome them to bis office
S.J. Hsrrlb of LaCrosse was In the
-Ca, Neal of Joesvlme was trad- city yesterday, and among other buslt
i the city yesterday. llese renewed his Pubslcriptlon to The
Htnw F. H. Cralghlll and title da unh. - Mr. Harrk, whn is a contractor,
. Mary, fave returned' frolm a pl, a. i; erc'ting i ,vt ix-rou'm hol.o f r
T. 1. lI;urnc't it lI (' rP i i. e
V iatt to friends in Jack34nvlll. .
i Blat r'is Pr,: cott, a (hittrnii. i
llbee Imogene Agin of Hex and
y SBouter of ,Ocala are in the'ong ad of n. thi.. ha rrive(
Sr t in the city. Miss Pre*cott Lll be one,
bIr l uf t .. ^. ; W_1-..,-,= ..... ,]


. aipou or j lss yrue rennell.
.I. Toye usad. J. W. Patton spent
tay i the viionity of Tloga, where
w re engaed nl doing some sur-


Oke of Santa Fe F. r ove
U,'J. W. MHarre dd a Sp
Il fr to, were amm th
r y tord&ay te olt-


iL Webb of Abbeijlle. as, the
traelnt repreetttve o PIf .
RH t A QO. usaval ton, is
_1 elty. Mr. Webb visrt this see-
'iloe each year.
Il tUhe ma two weeks a seaso
I mt sad pleasure to yourself
IN alUr by the purchase of a sea-
"lekt to the Chautauqua. On
Mat Aoer', east asde square.
4I B. Bradley of Waoahoot was in
Sitr yesterday. He came to meet
SAughter, Miss Claudia. of Jack.
lI.. %"6 hp wa summoned on ac-
IiEt of the olless of her mother.
Nhe Daylllht Store" sl a most ap-
relate name for The G. W. Hyde
LeaLY'o n*vy store, and The Sun ln-
itIp your attention to the new adver-
eImant of this company in today's
SOrino Laative Fruit Syrup is a new
h-edy, an Improvement on the laxa-
kf of former years, as it does not
pipe or nauseate and is pleasant to
Ske It guaranteed. J. w M.
sUI & Co.
Itads of Mrs. C. F. Goodman will
sIPt'to learn that she Is quite iii
i tie home of her mother, Mrs. W.
. arrett, 204 West Court street, and
ia that Use will soon regain her
i!L health.
i^fte B8. Turner of Micanopy was
id .n the city yesterday. Mr.
irwr reprt. the movement of let-
iand cabbage from his section
nm iow, and says other vegetables
eI'blt to move in a few days.
j1 Hopper, State InspectEr of
Neethera Home Ansurane" Con.-
SJacksonville, istIn the city. Mr.
has arranged to open an office
"ad has appointed J. n. Doug-
blocal manager.
44tl .W-Uhns and E. M. Pepper
te odh Hill section were In
eVt yesterday. Mr. Williams re-
the meales as raging In that
a n nearly every ftmily In
aic lty having suffered from thil
atUon.
ir. and JMrs. C. C. Jones of Wade
It town yesterday and made
an sa agreeable call. They were
home from a visit to Mrs.
mother at Rochelle. Them
are pleasant, eonverm-

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d-dr gdeing of o a
ans sd Japanew* Mat-
T huY embodied their
prt optionss in our 1st-
ako t Fine Weaves in



"hh we wre ogling at
pi6 per rl, ad heavy
ihssI Mating, as *10
SpM WUe W"h thth
sis~rari~Lty p4*01w


of the bridesmaids at the I umhert)
Redding wedding, which will be held
at the First Methodist church on the
11th last
Mrs. S. W. Le9"rnde Invite ,the
ladsl td her sprft illnery opening
on Wednesday, l'threy mad Friday,
March 11, 1. and 1, we11 the latet
ata ia laWdles headwear will be'
a. Stemt looted at 108 ait
Liberty street.
Friends of Willam Ward are glad
to see him out agatn, after several
weeks' lleass at the Sanitarium. Mr.
Ward, who ls asuering from slight
paralysis, had the listortune to tall
some time ag, astalnng injury
which Incapatated him.
Dr. J. H. Colieo made a brief pro.
fessioal visit to Fairbanks yesterday.
He is attending Mrs. Pons, who had
the misfortuae to receive a gun-shot
wound a Iow day ago, and from the
result of which It became necessary
to amputate one of the lower limbs.
Mrs. F. R. Sheppard and son, Ed-
ward, who have been in this city for
the past few weeks, left yesterday for
their former home, Lakeland, where
they will in future reside. Mrs. Shep-
pard, wh'o bas been interested in the
dairy business with George A. Itta.
brook, has disposed of her htock to
Mrs. Annie Brown.
Miss Lovie Goode left yesterday for
St Petersburg. where it is understood
she will join the Chautauqua course.
Miss Ooode is a young lady of rare
vocal talent. of sweet dlspoaltionl, and
will no doubt make for herself a flie
record. Her numerous (aiitnervi!l
friends wish her unbounded success
in her profession as a vocalist.
Cricket Prewltt, editor and publlsh-
er of The Waldo Nowt. after a brief
visit to his brother. F. M. Prewitt.
In this city. returned to his home ye.-
terday. Cricket, who enjoys the dis-
tifctiou of being the youngest editor
in the State, Is by no means the
lowest, as he Is fIsuing a splcy, up-toe
date little paper which is well read.


Wanted, Orders for Lumber-Any-
one living in Gainesville or vicinity
who Intends doing any building In the
near future should order their hlmber
at once. For the next thirty days
the Bock Lumber Company will give
special terms before moving their.
mill further from town. When order.
ing address P. O. Box 132, or c.ll
Bock's residence over Kait Florida
'phone. Bock Lumber Company.
Hon. Henry H. Chubb. r *gletr. of
the United States land office and
chairman of the Republican Rutte
Ventral Committee. h"a gone to
Washington. presumably on Import.
ant political baeusm. It is under-
stood that Col. Chabb' visit bear
strouly il reference to a certain I*
portent political appoiatet which
is about 'to be made an Porlda. and
which win no doubt open the eyes
of some people when the appointment
os annouseed.
D. i Hl of Loaitvill. Ky.. a
prominent itisee and businees ma
of that city. I h er on a vsilt to Mr.
and Mrs. T. L. Drey. Mrs. HMim
a her Iltre flsti Uttle dsagter,
Mti Baestiae. have been here for e
pst two weeks, sad Mr. Hins eoan.
tcis wkM was without nottee. wa a
most agreeable wrprtse to all,. li
Urnestine is one of the sweetet little


adies er e viatinU thi elty, ae
makes a frted of everyone she ms
by her eleverne*.
K. Paul Brown. one of the esIetn
members of the clerOal force ef t
UOited tatue I ad o0o", hs
brl Moble and New Orie.
Mobile s pe-t a short titlo Ci
ather. RabtK. B Brown, of
wOn Isl the outh for hi l
Mr. ows attended the Mart u
In the Cvrseet City a a g t of
ISl IIm. lie wasempletey "IW
Unvst wat the s remr les of M
Otam wmai be delers to be the
Al thing he evTr New.
I L. Ise*Istl. fMonme l e Belol
now g---- t Isrnem. was is


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STORE


THE NEW G. W. HYDE COMPANY'S

Store Offers Some Great Values For--


MONDAY'S




SELLING


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gseaso= aiLd-


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appropriate


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cam p etitiox2 -


are ill-. position. to I0.-arid.le ovur' ir-n-


meIerLse


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to


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a~naci


We Can Sell You Goods at Less Margin of Profit

Than Ever Before.


Blest Aproin Giiigm;iin ,. 'rtlh I, i
for ................... . 7 1- C
Good A.\ ronli i ilthl li: \\w rthrl 7 1-''.
f r .... . . . . . . . . . .5
f,,r ........................ 5
Best l)ress G(ingliain-, \~ortli I'.' 110i
offered at ........... ........ .
1i)lnsdalo ('iuildric, worth I* *1 -1
Blhrkley 6K-(C'nilrie, \\'tl I's.-, 12 1-e
Fine .i0-i 'lii Wt it 12 1-2c . . . . . . . . .
IFinle 40t-illnc h \\ iite1L L wii. w.ihli I.m',
lit . . . . . . . . . . .. .. .I 0
(,oodl IlencI lii,-'. \, w rti ll 14l,
,yVltrils for. . . . S. l l ,
ar for............... $1.
(;w( 31l-inch I',.rcale, i, rtll I '., 1 o
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Watch fr the AimuncmenRe of Our GRAND MIINERY RECEPTI


It wi~'1ll srpiwe4 any itte'uipt-4flr tie ~yle andh4I orknu.41ipiIu


SBeautiful loirorted Patterni liets tiliht will


Our


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o8nhirtwaiuSt $Itstull cFl Hy WaIMh
)toexeNarn, of the very newest mate-
-Ash. mtod of the bet tootok NSo nwm4u
to worry with the itiakitig of Y U


oammt'r
shownn,.


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cmtitlii't' itythinig Iortnigit to) flit,' city.


.~j~Pimt (o em.till,e ti'i


G. W. Hyde


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Company


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OF temew H ( w. flop t ",f) 0 0- v 6-F .. ad thrin )sil&. rrln4n'4 Ib1,1~uc
55 ftn j~dweilk. wwhr e 1whU i33fIwtur~K~ram 1'I tII s14.M- .1w pj~ -jp~owi14 ImofeI.ta
a Lis mas b.~ma ". Mr wfc kfi ,d g41 t l v.i ibf. ,t s, sttOd.4 the,
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sp ewa b. wptoWklt N H. aII
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it theretoe bettertha

met -week" ** thyt fEat to I
advertlefu l*
u m o ieB pawt r aJlW ofI

S a w4ue s m lthea about ,
ro today that ti ber taL It



Ist wel, Satara that faW t Ia
T Thea lagrttu4e e New York






S aNt" IPetto." It Mode to l" t
hat ar. est hua de es gbe
atml p IMT u afItV iu 1Oc3t
S mt R o*staies baved tow I
r lo I e tter'd l It eedti so .
W i0eIr was pMehI of th W.
Sf BwltedmtatM. me ledm to
ePOOPM tsu me t h rMoealo out.

e!a ~yit s r te las t tho

-0 shr Nl$ Mt te porMt tl t
a-',



Ai hia a Wham.

S eillh. does by reteo *el tol
W. ago^eetsJ. W.
Srfo d to i tr tsrlt. poMr.




4is ml ba Oy ri thro out th
t ,' 9=104 -u'mmf r WmRt. W.




bftt WUl ie hirm loyal Support
S11U over there tate aplt
to made mgalmt tbhe psrmt thig
of tasfttoa. Valuesh are steadily
eas hohma ear to yea by
mseseow.tbutthemilueIs S
a eorty every osouty t l t1
Ji t.ewed. 0uTues v a e
SW bow to bMd the bWeae
to obe ardv o tor .
2- d
e l nlor wanf t up.N At
ior ao AMt tht 'oerw Taft;
iUmt l GoeMr. el OJlsom hrm I
wto far SowrsoU-a pist. ol
a god (l.-^vntimo, -dt this
, lh eh( %em tray. T
wit ge au pwu timeo to


It AS 9Aw4i ooo that
J. N. c. sktes will be the
nlovwMa fiytolia. le is uadeu
ly the felto ewith 'AlcHun. c

ftr thea hih oet have ardet
Paoutor toi tho coumty. Those
har* kacau Mr. tockton for a
yeare fl asred that be wiU
o thor faith la hiAtm my
t* r ata __

The Florida Railroad Comani


'I beta just roasted for LU rullai
that th reltrad mAut not exelangs
wa sMartta with editors for adver
dtdg The lw upon which the roeu
ail-ats buns Its rullun revItw peelf-
eally to "'fee* pasews ad so far as
The aB ti-e omr ned we wih it
dtaktetip -nAated that lth editor
neQver od4e e a "ftr paat bl his
life He haWa a give a shle re
celved Lna s*e p oaf tdverttsta for
*evy aMJe to hea taW ed The co
muteIoa. I naw "to haa p"ayW
lt eot Ul efaew tit Alex" Is
tha muaa"tera. ad w etles
as to wbb te arM


S.


S acker o the Repbican ty to _--
w moot thisrevlt. The sedr
wbo n. 1gbt now. OW gdwg MWM Pa
"ay' tot obly, and the brdcL potS A D IN E
e clans evidey intly ted to emulate their


We oler OUe Hundred Dollars Re- g Lg Y aaI
sico ward for any cae of Catarrb that cran- -- aito A


MAt be Cared b~r hail. CAtarrh Cure..
F. J. CH&Kt .& cO. Tlcdo. tX
We. the uadcrn d. ba hyre kuow
j. 3. Cheney fw th., wit Is !SIa &ad
bvlie-m bUn m erfl v bawwablk In ail
basis... transart k'.. and flaaactallY
able to cam out say oblgaltoaa made
by his tnI
WAl.bIM), l%.N '& 11 & R WIN,
Wb.ek mleIuusgttti, Toledo 0
liU.o catarh (urv Is taken s itte
all. yatWIng d rcly ua the b"Qud and
M surface. of the mjrete t sti.
no*" weatfree Price. ?Se par
baSi.bID Aby a&lU 4fiAtbts.
eb. alNtfr lf ma1


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K OOF ALL LINM
CUMW SUMATUA ALt

CURESijB
inmeemsins.


jugeae.es ^Dull rad
-- Pl r ard. Latoo district 1191r a r eHe
0" rt of raptoYi rotAl 7.-T het ar*.
orpwdered a a queettoa p.tb 'l-was dell during
M blays towd p i 4t ples of lIm t eat week. Osly a smanl business
b cea and widespred sope. was 40 and qioten ams remain nu-
SThe stpeiU y is ow at an end ln ehoagQ froin thbe week before. The
S l, OAtroi on006d e rtain whiskey avpesm t is email reetbts at all
oali hve eM t aatnst the die point betin quite light. All the
pe-ar boudt, ta board has n shltppwr t of the week were to Northb
e* 000,00 fund, whlth is now nt the b n als.
C ag of the Stato comlmsson, ai d Tae f tnowl prices are based a
Sy, r uW~ htoy house a k that reoelvers t t quotations ad are revised
ger po for this fund, so that weel so ridays:
V ^ 0"SR Jb a*S ff hy -lorida ....... 28
Jum g Pritcar d u et Georgao n .............27 O
- p stn to e taat wh tten a Stat o m e els a's........... 19 01
SgaM as thp e whisey businesscr ot idfe O'W .......... is @
r bw bsOaq "Set Wary Y tonDr e syO e as'4 s. d ia'M..... 17
O Ito ates~r r a9areigaty. It walv a. le on's ea a 's... 15 01
Its rl" e S os lGa o iad IrW's....... l1 014
011 the Od G de VGo's and l's.. 1 012
e, mmt ah e irUbr deooe theat -
to it would be unjadt to paaft t g ta , Chrlrttoo, S. C., March 7.-Sa
ae* under theaoremansaoe a to t lo slad market: Receipts 15 bes;
% Vaa ates < debts contracted for espata,, 91 bags; ealee, tace; stock.
& goods O a&whiO b It ehas maae a prot. 9,TL Market, quiet. lin, Sa%c; of
rmi A deopise so broad Ina oanuiatlom oor, Sic; No. 1 tinged 2Ue.
row of prieotple aso edl hardly to have
6'I been expected by unesd In tye ase, Pet. HA. Howell of Havans, Cubs.
a lid It will ar t tohe supreme court Roommends Ctbamberlaln's
s m sl e whh may serve to decide Coh Coure.
yOr SO00 fo rhts of the States A. l. o a. I a mmber
Sun ta moq in rent.s mother was aftful ur abnd tIrked
Your SU., In render~ his of dCi at erl s a Cou Remedy, but
WhL the State of South Carolinas
t. bas mlo aIt o W to the purcOaosl inre value ntil an," writes Prof.
MI. t S W n I a mtm prmhl H. A. Howel, of Howdl's American
vS eedr Iituoo Uqluos, It l a Ohab. A. a
SaM. Havana Cabal "On thenih
4 be ,ieemably extended that In or d prluaryUSrd our baby o thewast
ag a Is performing the f slk with ha very seere cod: the next
I Iniok" by a Wti fday was worse and the ollowlin
te a ar to pbowtote baoaat might his eonditio was deepeate. Ho
s aaia t he mtsov aiedrolnt he l not e o am and It ws neces-
"- es-ert of the State ha" e o-..
t t W n h s. ry to haveima in the arm every
the air bl h t a o s aut opnsary tha e omet a ve then his breathing
t lb ea t of an dlspoai wae oaV. s ildSua lt I did not atnk be would
State UmS tM vr, t a w hadly live utl oranng At last I thought
thlo ssaied tet te r n plate d my of mo thor's remedy. Chamberlain's
s at the t"me of the adopp of the Rmody, whleh we gave. and It
d elnveth smeadment that o m oveIr erm prompt Me. o and nowr, tree
oeS n -1 Strate would ever dn e In the d ter, he has tly recovered.
tht puiar Ne sad ro of spiritual lquors Under the clr tanos I would not
for pro The State, bavl a t beelt a momet in m yin that
to ape In thid business sd at the lamborlin's Coh Rem edy, and
* mae time to deprive citiensI of the a o el, saved the life of our dear
two right to engage In sch business lr co lttl boay." For sale by all druggists.
a petition with the State, thbl.hby plau
h lgn Itself In a position when It Ud The other day a San Frhncs oo bank
Sthe ds, with cos~t6mcy, ival%" Itself of deosittmr asked for his msey ad wuas
Sto 'th omult oe rr'd te th cse the street by the president
eleventh sau mendmnt In a suit like the of the inltutlou, who was armed with
ono at bar, lt which It s sought to a gun. Ute nteldent like talks al-
t collect a debt contracted by the Indl- ways make New Yorkers more cn-
May lduals placed ts eatDl of such tl tnt with their own lot, hard a It
do. 0nIs, with Implyd, If not direct, o- ay be. -
I If to contract such debts.
SR "1, ving deprived Its citleons of the A evere old that my develop Ilto
Sghllbt to enlae In u i partkular line pneumonia over night can be oured
die, of busMaes, resrn the risbt to quickly by takln Foley's Honey and
monopolise the business through Its Tar. It will cure the most obstlaite
age s appointed for that purpose, t al g oMg and strengthen your
ita would be manifestly unjust to per. e a T e nutno is t a yellow
rat ~t the State, under ally clreunstances pka j. W. W.Me um a Co.
n. *battoir to avoid the payment of
te deal btp a d by the puarhase of
GMlo as the ale owheih It ha






bee t e ofearaede assemmled there ofty
,aly r am ,e a--,nd wn *
hre. ;th@ rialagt Repubola ion Naltlom
ms. CosYtu6S set to put s somi, t tis
roE. f r th 1* reeVl y either Prdesi t* i
R o ondvt or Scret a ny Taft. o pain
of ha ving atrrayed aanmit either Of

Ho. these gtleme at the polls mut

t great Cteer! It makes s shudder m t**
e t to tatk what it will et the th rust 335


0


BEAD tHE UMAUAELE C~M
I wm .ch, salted with rbea
C.Mud ,lowaftoe S abou o crutches and srtu g eat dA-
wim odad to try aallua'r oIati
4m" daemaftn XsObotto. ITDITH
sinmded t "y a number of pq all eapseo
theselves as Wag beaited by t. I y w wak
whout eethe, sand s able to patoe a gWNt
dal of Ulht labor oa the tam."
THIU SIZS: 25c, 50c AND $1.
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO4
ST. LOMU. U, L A.


SOMEBODY BELIEVES IN US
ImmfdmmmmmM


Feb.
Dec.


14th our deposits were..........
3rd our deposits were...........


Net gain in deposits .............


...$200,160.40
... 152,557.25

...$ 47,603.15


The Gainesville National Bank
----T. W. SHANDS, P*idemt--


ESTHER S. JORDAN.


w. W. HAMPTON.


JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE


Fire, Life and Accident Rd:





SEABOARD


Air Line Railway
a-I


SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDN,. JBOU-
THERN PINE, RALEIGH, RICHMOND,
WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHIL-
ADELPHIA, NEW YORK.


Three Elegant Trains Daily:

"SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED"
SEABOARDD EXPRESS"
"SEAOAR).\ MAIL"



Mod-rn Pullman Equ pment

The SKAhOAR .: T -.,,p Pllm al
trutin. St. Anoustine a: I ', k 'P ,' l,rkl t v agrd 1d
W *bhl4n0 t Lnr. r .. Double D D ll~s
11 rn ar d Ja.- '... Car Le S e t.
115s s. m ad .I ,,n daily,;, le. s.
Pr full ta"r i non- MarI m er r.p ser vatrr m a" a n f MA t
Seabcard or write
& C. OVYLSTO%. Jae, Asa t-- Ge P .p
JAMCKtONVlU L LORIDA.


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OAINESVILLE, FLQRIDA


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A board of trade has been organized
in Fort Myers.

Macclenny was visited by a $65,000
lre'Tuesday night about 11 o'clock.

The relief fund for the fire sufflr-
S.oftYnpa continues to grow. Al.
Seis over $7.000 in eight.

Monday Dr. Rowe brought to
at. I asburg several cauliflowers
weighing from 8 to 8% pounds each.

Two of the Otter Creek Lumber
Company's cottages burned last week
and' a more serious fire was feared
at one time.
The Jacksonville Mid-Winter Expo-
sition has decided to give a liberal
percentage of Monday's receipts to the
fire sufferers of Tampa.

Work was begun yesterday morning
on the new Unitarian church In Jack-
sonvllle. The building is to be con-
sttlcted of stone, with a tile coot, and
will cost $20,000.

One more world record has been
ron on the Ormond-Daytons Beach.
Emanuel Cedrino, diving htI "Flat,"
was the victor. He drove the 300
miles at a rate of 77.7 miles an hour.

All arrangements have been com-
pleted for the holding of the Dade
County Fair and everything points to
Most successful session. For tea
years these fairs have been held an-
nually.
Anna Arnold and her two children
one aged three and the other eighteen
months, were burned to death lin
their home In Tampa The Are is
believed to be Incendiary and is the
fifth which bas occurred in that nelgh-
borhood since the big fire In that city
last week.
It Is the opinion of The Volausa
County Record that if normal condl*
tiona continue through the spring and
summer, Florida will be in the maIr
k et next fall with a big orange crop-
S probably as large as she has ever
marketed. The Record Is good at
thority on that subject. Tne past
S winter was marked by no very severe
froets and was wet enough to mate up
for the drought of a year ago.

According to The Independent a
freight and passenger steamer line is
Spiopoed between New Orleans and
8t. Petersburg, which will not connect
with Tampa. The same company.
whose representative Is now In St.
]Petersblrg Is establishing a line
from New Orleans to the Isle of
Pilae. With sub a service establish-
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me the ontranes to





Aqd the lohky men and wo-
men who enter it portal are
they, who e the shbott cut
to ladepeudenoe. Don't for-
ge that, among other creden-
thia pesented to an employ.
er, the dre winning one is
the Bank Book. o don't de-
ly--bring dog yor dolnla
and open an aoie


The Dutton Bak
GB.U mk


ed the commercial importance of that
thriving little Florida -town would
grow greatly
Last Sunday wood fires swept
through the Griffls place west of town
and destroyed everything on the place
including fence, base and barn.
Woods firee also about Ive
hundred feet of MrB Buafngton's
fencing Saturday, a. was only dae
to active work thagiher property
was saved. If peoota Islt on put-
Ung out free property owners in the
neighborhood at least should be noti-
lied so they can prepare to protect
their property.-Clay County Times.
---- \
Times-Union Short Talks says: "A
gentleman from an Easter city oler-
ed, through Editor Appleyard. of The
Lake City Index, to give ample capital
to finance a company If one were
organized that would put up Florida
syrup in a attractive way for tae
Northern market. Col. Appleyard ft
tn charge of the Columbia county ex-
hibit at the Florida State Fair and
the man from the East was charmed
by what he saw of this product In that
exhibit. The Times-Union has often
urged that Florida syrup s a pro
duct of such agreeable flavor that It
would soon rival syrup on the North-
era breakfast tUle If Introduced Into
the market; especially so since maple
syrup is known to be much adulter-
ated, and often what Is sold as such
has hardly a reminder of the maple
tais.. The Tampa Times says Col.
Appleyard will take the matter up on
his return to lake City."

AT THE CHURCHES TODAY.

List of Various Plaee of Worship
Where Thoee DesirIng May Attend.
Services will be held at the churches
this Sabbath as follows:
First Presbyterian Church. Rev.
Thos. P. Hay-Preachlng at 10:30 a.
m.; subject, "Dancing." Sabbath
school at 3:30 p. m. Preaching at
7:80 p. m.; subject, "Only One Way."
First Baptist Church, Rev. 8. B.
Rogers--unday school at 9~30 a. m.
Prebahin at 10:30 a. m.; subject,
"The Expectant Christ." B. Y. P. U.
Jr., at 3 p. m., B. Y. P. U. Br. at
6:30 p. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m.;
subject, "The Presistence of Thwart-
ed Love." The pastor of the Baptist
church having been tendered a flatter,
Ing charge In Alabama, and not will-
lag tabt either congregation sall be
held in suspense, has carefully coa
sldered the Interest of the work and
has arrived at his final concluslons.
and will give them to his people at
this morning's service. Every me-
ber of the church is eaestiy re-
quested to be present at tMs gor
's service.
Services will be held at the Tabe-
nadot this afternopa, whe a a etla
samos will be delivered by Dr. C.
C, Me.Ica of Cnhiaeg. TbhI *01 be
a mass meetlang, and a cordial lv
tatlm Is extended to the pabHe.
First Mehodist Church, aoe. T. J.
Nlwa-eunday school at 9:1, I.
Preaeblag at 10:415 a.;: amaj
"Overcome Evil With Good." Cha
coar e ee after prenaba. Jualr
LAage at t pm. The galoer LIn e
will meet at :30 p. a. Oa eMMaat a
the 3 o'clock ervlee at t Taer
saehe. Ivelan service at 7:N I a.
ood musicmale by the ctdr at hth
preaching services.
Advent ChIrtUa Chaur. Uir
Jame LIe-ea4aday esbhal at S a.
m. Preahin at 10:45 a. i L-; sbt.L
"Our ltewardahIp." PrMeblM at ?:
p. .; subject. "Theory ad P m."
At Holy Trinity Od*a1l COtmb
Rll. P. H. CralIghlI. ta_ .. "irv-ses
will be held.
At St Patrick's Catbolie Clhe .
Rev P. J lynch, there wil 1 Ia
at 10 o'clock a- m, aad dkIo a
the Hfly Resry and Iaed1etaa ed


.arramnlt at 4 1,

A Ib
houWbd be unshne Is t00 O. ad
will be It Yo give It WbhteK*'s C
%.roi!I.cw the greteet wr n OMdw
eL, ever cler"d w U-ig he
maKv bsThi sreme is y b
Ig te parmuomt Stes of
sub ebllm. mn'll- pe
a bmb alwadadt mm
-so SM ban-
owdidne dot MOM 40
ow W EI


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PINE ILEPHANT STORY.


How the Van Apaburg Show Made the
Beast Perform,
All elephant trataern \ ili tell .u v,
that It is one thing to Iha\,\l ai t e 'l
cated elephant" o your iha1,d.-i, lu,
quite another to make him show col-
lege training. AA is I 'll known
through circuedo U all highly trained
menagerie anitads tcoml from (e1tr-
mhany likewise the flte.-( .uinal train-
era or their skill and i'.iti r t, ar,' al
ways rewarded by enormunli :,.ilairlvs
when their students ha\le .ri,tiai;id lit
the first class of any lnitmli;l c(Ollec
Americans are ackno \\l' ig~e,' at, st
preme In daring parhute air flying,
etc, but to the stolid. t (',td ; tierlmai
belongs the palm for rentl lliljigltion
of the wild beasts of the fore.,t
Several weeks ago. I <:~, e. the
Van Amburg Shows w i, IffY. rtd the
best trained elephant ii tii' orhl,"
and It was suggestelI .. u11,nn;tditt
reply would be advl;a' l.. ;a othe'r.l
were negotiating for thin' wonltdrful
pachyderm. Always oi th. ,lookout
for any feature that rouil ,trvinlth,'n
the already well-beban\ l iprforiunli
herd of elephants, th, cllirecitorKen.
eral at once oabled tht' shll,','tt of
talks new marvel, and a week ao
"Khiser" trumpeted hti rcslirect to the
menagerie In winter 'iuairtir. After
a few days' rest the sncle'r wi tried
out by one of the trainers, and alas,
lack, there was nothing idoingl He
was the most Oifllrdetliisl el'lhaint
they had ever seeo The trainers
were in despair, for the nreat breast
could not or would not ullderstand
them, so they reorted to the maon
agement that "Kaiser" would give
as performance, but seenit'd to h s at
tally growing nmw and more vicious
every day. This Is one of the dl.
lemmas of show ife. The frst Incll.
nation was to ship the elephant bark
it the Fatherlai. when the happy
thought struck the management.
"Where Is Herman Webhllr? lie Is the
real conqueror, far the clephatt in
certainly intelligent l**nsih. and In
all rtrobability has been trailed it
Getan."
Webber reached the winter qluartter
and Immediately asked for sonuel in
namon cake, and handing "Kalh~,r" a
chunk, the elephant at once looked
pleased and gratiril, and, making a
low bow to the (erman trainer, threw
up his trunk for more. 'hen the
trainer gpoke In feorman, Andi lth
words of comnunid the huge twaent
did everythiag In the elephant rate-
gory, and now Prof Ferrti Is studying
up a plan whether to teach him all
over agapl In ail sth. or make a
OerGa elephant sobsol out of the
rest of the bhrd.

Lieta'
A0n reeber the aet time you
setor fom paino-used by damp
weatgerwenm yawo head early
brets fm naraalgf-try Ballard's
fow Usaimst It wll eare you. A
promisemt busIne man of Hllap-
stead Tea s, wriltt "I have used
lr IbgMtL PrviSeI to using It i
waa a Inat aferer ifb rtemaUmes
mi I sa a Mpsd to say
that sew I am free these ( ro
.ita. I am sure Ir Oils to yodr
S." bIo y . Johano.


The appeal for ai i the ( Ooodwta
ampipn faed. wbkb K Is proposd
i4 3. A. O.dw is landing the
aerumio $umr. baa mt bee maIae
MdniM e ies, i w woad
I val, aim & A O'~YItl. Nr. Oood
9wl easpalga inaper. *.ietarday
milVed a letter '*aralIg the hand

ii is i-nd by rapbOophe.
aa4 wte Mr odteis's eadlldr,-
al blade of sea.e .
Mr Oafwi dltalee that he -1ll


~pi' hieAm.1 I.11, 6sOWre of he ruts
'tot get the,. ~ r'4iie Ca,' II% f.
oirdered i yrf$aIoiepbS. rCfi f.,Yc
WP?'U Gree reetvt, ,hh rb e PI'
PON* to 'Iwu i"".. b the .sys f
a nsho wwho *II It s sAdby bli


- um FREE
SA rx ow me en rwft e,~r
a cr


S.F S !ES IN BRE


THE STREET* DAVENPORT

\\ ii t e ~e'r hl tqk ',. w r to ll itt tit e. -r N' rth '2j|1 of
st(lll rv. d 111,.l in c t|hi, m. t, 'it III \'I ,|xl. rt it I |tf . i .n r 'ri e 11 hli nti a*-
twl ,*.1 t \ r -Iner .l to te l it lr I, I| i t, I r' I 1 itrCt t1 111"- ntei r--lv
it'rIl -pi 111 iit -'st ,nitl int k. ln11kitit ? rtl t iie ,-t e ,I tiI rt.l Ier In' i ) 1 YO c'an
hinii 'nn, 1'1 le it n t like ,tl e r ,' til i Ii .l ,p..rt i1 I..- -it ie c 1t-

Ti tr '.t lrri-(' Clir, h iti f t re l, L -It' ) \n ri :
L' Mll IV \\I> K\ \M IN T il':l .,,tn l ,il;,rn'it .|t l, ,n> ,'i-
Iliittin. t i iiv- w ry reat'e imai le. e ti'nel .i t i r i to

R. G. BASS, Agent, 103 East Masonic SL,
awlhe Ie cwill tll i y um i Ith Mlnphli| ,1 n ,phol toi y nto If( ilt iferor'nlt tyle',
Iru t'e ,iind all hlbll rimlic ittio e , .,ry

...... o. ... . Jl, .iJ
1 M -w-0w 0WW111WW1 W __ --O O w111W


THE_ WHITE HOUSE


aimsville's New and UptDate Hotel

Eve'rytling tlrst-cluss. BaIths f nr. '1T' ttrnavling nmn's
retreat. IatoE $2.5 ) Intil up.

JAMES VN ALLEN, PIROPRIETOR

t ... .. 11 ..,.. . _.1 .......11 .. I i




GREAT VAN AMBURS SHOWS



19Q 1 At Gainesville 19

I --I IThrIy Ihvh-- i

The Mbo b This Yer in Blwtg r an li Het r Anl 1 I MorI, t unanIiifnll lrm I
dtion 1hanw Fver 0foun t(, Maintain Tiwlr i nrivalil tanellig aitlI kal
anl to AIAm aw l Ilight Their 1 fhouaeU lmI iI'atimi with
iM n EM YT NEW AiN EXCLUSME FEAUTUI -
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A FEW tOF MTIIIFEAO YU IM W L0:
Manran Moaei45Ui &M 1 P ehr Tuso# l l ir etu. U 4 A lfud of pe.
fkru'Wn L.LlopaaI wieW10Lf UAI B tB e O LWAwVPb. ant hi tI e WI o.
RIOVIPAI1.1O'. wi kuliul 110,4%6OiIwt JAK:, tow LwupsS (efs rL
V a stjic t mt l in %ti r n co -i @ ii o A te u I e t Iti, e it t In u t mam d 4 eI ghr 150
la'firmlo. 1144 nws P'noilms litwool wom Lm. Adity arof file I'vowpofill
Arisow.r a WouW is flboftcieaM t ylWvcmwtevfsi'wepisy .4 ?FsioA~titwAsa

411 rawi 219 Mso= iOW FMS261FwlwhT LM
7Iwr t'lsiV *jei 181, Is l e.Saor I'svl.,,uc.r e YI Vr ,,, AV j! 6 i
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kiq Ihe UtdeErPIANs, CAM.
ELS. LIONS MW
ow to o0 BABYMKFT


See thF Yree 4pertwlar $tne I'snard, $ -Aartn go
the vo he&atIf n


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p in AL CAn CPITAiL I
.m l -n U -r Tt+o +I i m w Ct tat.
---- of Florida m. Rave setrar ,* ood, butMer poorly
Jurundr r*r -l I d & : to be rW*rUd that
rthe iiea's aet Lr al lo as
StTvestigate Losr Dfd u you.auffe tooteIiteaPh U -s bee raer small, but thqpe who
It a wAY to aom tI, .. A Pre ~PWat were well please with
H MOW NEIWPAPIER A ROSED t t 01or 1m t Is to Wt th eid O the Wmlu&. -
F h Te 800e opened Saturday at
S the Tariff el Wo.ed Pipcmemmi. h, uroas y m{ _w, O:Iw Wttath* usual BiWlcal lecture
a o* m* ,~ 'aey P",p a e mi~ h1 'W ,y@,. nmea ioadr.hch was
S c tto sit Dut M f by led w h w
tlt", b tfS fSdbool of Pbysial
and Take Ami f toa ig o art Wai im T Prfl i Pp and Mrs. C.
was of Taro weI. WI<* .i f & hs of Chiteo.k Pat'. and


; W w as apua prCat. ed, a
to AVA sd r't o 1141 be this year.
kiU~C.i~m ThW 'td 0t fZe easeRn was devoted
atof aMlm aB d "e t MAW iZ 1Waf Mksl Coram Not PFat-
,a" nr C g O k and Mrs MaMl MMoLea
4 I ila o~ I1Bedelphift followed by a
Tdo b* 11d" 4,. W* 19tW% "Th United Statel as a
44 1 1W1U. sMWor w t w," by Prof. A. l.-eestor.

.;ll W 8i followed by read igs by Mrs. Stev ns
wil Ma lief ..e "To, Into and Out of




ti, esn of the esteut to whi' k the in os ethle There vill be only one service at
TYork beka were a,,.ag st ,+ Tabertde today, being a sermon-
i the l teo gamblers, t he Houo will sere alu rity tto sIt lecture by Dr. McLea, who C. one of


111 g. -4 the rees f Coofgres 'and to the mot eminent speakers on the
.T week t t s. W O toake sucIh strops as Om Useem wl Arl Thlt platform. Thr s wlprobuel



__ oi g p with a view to revising the tariff nest masimatinlg. No admission will be
W e tea of the RepubIt winter. It aWS of cou, unlikely that charged, and a cordial tntaton se
wi ll ii pw po I-a WtI ork will be umde* takes iatO te 'ended to all.
e d ot to hort vses on but it will probably o. At the atenoop service there will




bUS fr ~1 f 0Iet of Co eur at a peoiald session to be esIled be music by Miss Iessie Brady, with
w York au were W ae est o I th Tbsal le today, uitble a for the day.




fL thn Oler stoe l of bnl r tes a with tho e leader of his party in DOLIt UL 1cRTHDAY PART one o
S-stret .ar dOs rln the rh a iof Cooa to tp n mt elnnt kemn o the





perhaps the greatest "usaneo Tua 'perts to investigate and Miss Ruth McDonald Entertained ln
whL its r esidette ha to put imopare a report of my,h admem wi Honer of Thirtenh Birthday b
Sbr d tle oll e oppoaf 4" f w to rvilng t h tariff naa srThe home of Mr. ad Mrs. C. W.ll be
r to. e Rto.publte t s l I. to their idament, obe altered. Of Mr e d, 0 ad a c hure street,on




gggy r 44, U, g, t ourow the sort of tariff ueavln thet
ll ft te 'MntlMt Xp'dr RLepublisans will make tan t the udg ended th o aal.
l e tk eo ar a by every reader of your paper. lThe bly aday afternoon from 8 tro 5 o'clock
a let i t s C M now at a wpeoal Uion to e aled e oecasto being the anversary ofith
vaeilS th lve. I JLt i s a by the nlet Prolaw rt onelhe some tial thirtn birthdayble of the darm-
dtefeato D- oeallrT "revision, when almost ovper-gy u MIs Ruth'
I Ia-r tf for aw' i rp"Oc, me wlth the leader of his party In 1LIGHTIOUL BIRTHDAY PARTY.
Sv:is ure tr ant a of, 4e Distrfto con. a** by ppontiong a eooonittes




Stt r me t n o hedule was materially advanced. M lRuth Mo d Rnt dIn
SW" its- I ram""f have to put propr* a port of such Ardnai Honer of Thirteenth Olrthdoy.




tMr. Jud gmh as the head of the o e e oentean, th afternoon was
rto t st phloo powerful pre iht toonn al O mf EL ost enjoyable manner,
Ss ttee on finance, he who a be to oco




Sthe tia we w termed "the High Priet of Pote s apppriate to the occasion
Se Repweentatlive Hitcaock o te, Tethe l betn indulged In. One of the most
Swi n t iathe o oL a r in the annverlry o


d an el et m n dispute, and tho who m future of the afternoon
llto th r the t ar lr with Mr. Aldrlch's record wa a pthl ut.grabbithd contest, w t heir chrm
loe leade to ta the tarlm was pr tlef ted in by all. Miss



e wod a a e th ti well apprecIate that his xi Moselle Burkhim had the distinction
bed le was ne. materially advanced. About thirty of Mlax Ruth's friends


Zt wodplp order that pse always "when in doubt raise the of wenninr the nrtat prse, a box of



st robbig ofthe new r t tariff. Hdler's, while boobyby" a bi
ehU r ba the mo' powerful p m it n nc, he who ha b"e



lstopp the also thferred to the of tariff revision by the k of candy, ft to the lot ocf Hol
Sfat tIat m llk a step would go a lonf Republ loan, bsoe indiaton of th d One oy. the



SWay toward saVa the rapidly protlable course te afforded by a re Deliciou refreshments of ake.
~asblina fe of the Un ted State. cent Iterviw with Repreentatve pneue candles nd fruit teroonh




Speaker Camoeo ta, however, violent- Tawney, chairman of the committee were served, Miss Moselle Burihim
y opposed to this measure and there, on appropriations, who says that the presiding at the puh bowl. The din-
m not the ,lhtet r chand e tat any deficit in thee N ml Treasury next Ir-room was tastefully decorant. ch
IteIle wll.be a eded to thoa e who year will amount to $OO,.and with ferns and vio let a. M
have t o buy white poorer, by the mae that any ehang"es in the tariff ahed- MisBuss aughiy d deste Kelley





Sber of this Congreas. vie must be mady with a view to pro- and Ida McDonald asisted in enter-
tW t roblra of the naeupperre reve ue. l)spnbt i the fct winlng the oungt pruet, and box oll
It I anboun m ed p elaply trhaet that thr thi large def n eight, the afternoon was most delht blly
'im ane cmm e alu o tt red t the eeata and o tarif peon. who ha nythed spet. At a ledy, he to the lot ot dHo
.' tht Way ad atep would nomal of economy evey time he has t af k aed, wishg there lever little.
,ijM towrd wavlu -- the p edl to permit the IasM age of a rely hoDelous many happy res turs of the.
ihin okrt of the UVlted through the trv oue a with Rdow' ae ne cnd and rut punch
Speaker Cao io, however. violn bli which wy, hillian to tevery ommtt were served. t Melle nurOlm
ly op*pol d toh t mear harri an old soldier, way whether idf your hest pch and yol. The dn-
not the flhtet chance t at any deficit Inhe Nationf al Tre annury l next In roa m wa tatefully decor.






ave to buy w e pair, by the mo- that 1ay chan .00,0 or l bottle now ad th t o, Dele willoey


ben of thi C r wom en of question able rwute Mot hpas gdve mceo aM that isn eter-







N(It AGM uo d lT of what might b termed the deerv. fon me to say." Se by W. M. Joht.ll
ESTRAOItnIlNARY haB widows of th veterans are al son.t ..t
~~KAnOKIINAKYH hiel wdowl uf th- reterano aw al te.o._ _


ra ead) removing lw n u dler the
UFWEWE -. EI .iawlatiny ,law. Ation Ropublican DC. 54bertu Die at Buse LAyres.
tSIL epreN-it "I *P"ht oYork. srck ?.-A
SYLVIAN A. LEE I received To ursisy by the board of hr.
Is t.~ t ho 114 t tho Atu r i g% mla ia ons it( of th M ectrd ist fe
-'ngE amcm ITFE T Ii" 4'As iu joeo'l mu. t J ayto gtlf% t'n. sJ cal ehurrh arlasocod the dfthA At
J~eim, ('mnt 'In'rewitL. nthil amr asi Ilueixb '% *. AlwesUna. March 3.
-r 011Ioly f ilik wti u mof t Its pai m-1 ~VS~bmU.s.dma Of t0e
0u0br tbf ILA"ush 'nrrjui )! honlre Th#%+Vic4Y seminary Is Oat
LZTTER TO GORDON & TISON. I Mehodis Tr b.;!', tse'a m I soklmat'
.,.-..... (e11Iwu .Ile-ar SitrArtdt!&* Iwnius, coa*I~u~j~.c saeil.sad"fIr
truet'sm sld 1builtc. Morgan Mity. I
~LAhAt, 1 1ted iw foe 3 or 4 factl e 11 .Mtat-r-ty n %to
yew- The y Pay it taki-a le o atles' tb' t I~r.- he' 1-adAbees a a 016l056
Devoe than' 4all ) other paintth bto lco.
haw* mai. That menas that a job
NFL=u l cm uk iDverskitoly iAll" Reeseeveir WOO"
IThey jointseothiag 01W.,IeI'Vc. 4-1LW" asomeithingftbe recoedto
At ourr lkm*sad 04MM w "saI our cluatelvoh theausabof ~Vy.Herbibw as

s.4 k mutsq fA getIoAM 4 c If %Mr 't D""soldlira r uaw ol ut tw
th tlaye he:rocht tw be.porhia
your srP igmmI We puwo o o rut Dvo mis the bil halemsb daches. et h e a
(Iat 1OW esmiWAV O rt aMdor WIe loanrmast refth mat. -why lealo aml. s s4MA SicMWp*a
lue... het ~r~. aMe I vesu tAtoI eC. ainf uui tk. .wl
Tours traiL ~ ~ ou w
U'. WF. I1Y'O8L & oo. else hewn. Hue eda i er
P. J.ST The C& m. eme k 6m d the 'a& f t 1V .UI
6111611" o pJmL


POLITICAL

ANNOUNCEMENTS

FOR SHERIFF.
At the earnest solicitation of many
friends throughout the county, I an-
nouace for the office of Sherlff of
Alachua county, subject to the action
of the primary election. If elected I
are the people that I will serve
emfaithfully and impartially.
P. G. RAMSEY.

I hereby announce myself as a can-
0date for the office of Sheriff of
Alachua county at the ensuing Demo-
crate primary, and solicit the sup-
port of the voters. I promise, if elect-
e, to. diharge the duties of the
oice without fear, favor or partiality,
to the best of my knowledge.
W. 0. RICHARDSON.
In the primary election four years
ago I made the statement that if my
friends would give me the office at
that time. I would not again ask for
It. My Intentiono were pure, and on
no secount would I have come before
yo. again aakipg your support, of
my own accord, but many of the best
men from various sections of Alachua
county have petitioned me by writing
and a great many others personally to
stand for the nomination of Sheriff
In the coming primary, and today I
received an official request from one
of the most powerful moral organiza-
tions In the country, urging me to
stand for the nomination, and, in
deference to their wishes, I announce
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 office
with the same Impartiality andi jus-
tice that I have done In the past.
L. \V. FENNELL.
March 6th, 190.
FOR. COUNTY JUDGE.
I respectfully announce myself a
canaldate for re-electlon as County
Judge. I solicit the aot.s of all l)em-
ocrats at the primary on May !9th,
and If nominated and elected I will
perform the duties of the olii(e to the
best of my ability with the sanie im.
partiality that has characterized my
discharge of the same In the past.
Respectfully, H. G. MASON.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
I respectfully announce myIII).It a
candidate for County ('Colmininossionor
from Dltrict No. :4 al solicit the,
votes of all J)Dnocmrat ait the ('olming
primary. Respectfullyv, ,. W. MAY.
Micanopy. Fla., It. FI. 1. No. 1.
I respectfully announce .myself a
candidate for re-electlon as County
Commissioner from District No. 5,
promising the same faithful attention
of the duties of the ollicre in the fu-
ture as In the ipast. ln(d I(oli(it th t
votes of my fellow- Dmocr.ts. e-
spectfully, J.F. TOWNSENI.
I respectfully annRlllliun' my -*'f a
candidate ftor (jCoul t I'on llli.,, IicT
frou D)istrict No. '. If fle'ctud 1 liri' -
ise to give my faithful attcnt ,iil to
all the duties of the oelliev atuid rv\
the people to the best of miy vabillti
I solicit the 1ot of n tIll i'lh i.ihll-
crats. Ite.sI'ct fully.
W. F AVANT
Island (Grove, M arch ::rd. In.
FOR MIEMER SCHOOL BOARD.
I respectfully announce allyslf a
candidate for re-electlon as a nmirnr
of the School Board from District No.
, and -4f elected promise to Rerve
my constituents with the same faith.
funess as I have endeavored to serve
them In the past. Vote for me. fellow.
Democrats, and you will have no, cause
to regret It Very truly.
.R II. WEKRK~

aUICIPAL L ---
POLITICAL ANIOUINCEMENTS

FOR MARSHAL.
I hereby aonoune myself a candi-
date for City Marshal In the election
to be held o the 14th day of April.
ItOO. 1 promil If elected to endeavor
to do the duties required by the ordl-
namees a near as I possibly can. and
I solicit the votes of all law abidinl
Fltl-Tn~ir Dlur ..ll_


Or Wuk hW E r k M iu
If you are told we cannot pltt fineat
materials in our work at the lw charges
we make, come to ns and let ts prove
that your informant Is m .irsa .
WE GUARANTEE that the gold plate
in our Crown and Bridge L is 22k
fine and S. 8. W. finest P111amn Piun
Porcelain Facing. Our rubber are
Ash's imported ineat red and pink.
Our Gold Foil for flIUn*ll proes 1is
N alm's Pure (old Cylindars 2k e.
Our Amalgum is made from Alva Gold
Alloy, as high-grade an alloy as is on the
market.
In short, everything is the BEIT.
If we give such niterial, do our *hrk
by Strictly High.Grade, Modern Meth-
Oils, anil are atistl'd with a fee 26 to r50
per cent lower than other dentists'
liarpg, isn't it to your own advantage
to wivt 1us due coneideratipn?
We have separate instruments for
white and colored patients, and oach in-
striment is tcerilized before and after
evrry operation.'
Absolutely Painlt Exsuctu

Gaineaville, 92, 2r
This is to certify that I had
a plate made by Dr. Geo. 8.
Waldo and that same is perfect.
ly satisfactory. His work la
high-grade In every respect and
at a much lower price than
usually charged. A. L. COUCH.

Dr. Wale's
...AINESILLE DENTAL OFFICES...
Graham Buildtoi. E. kla St. N.



Miss N. Norton


SNovelties, Books, Statione

Souvenirs, Sheet Pictires
and Picture Frames ,,,,.


206 East Liberty Stet,
GAIIESYILLE, FLORIDA


T. F. THOMAS

UNDERTAKING CO.

FULL. LINE OF
NEW OOODS....


AGENTS FOB
.ONU'IENTN, T011B8S IJ
sad IlRON rnca.
Isee our aample.

imeoW auaklom a t l .iM b
ais eM. MaU soad Imet ea-ag
promDUy atl(aed to

OalnevIlle, Prgimed

... ..


CHA1 PfNKO0S6N
I take thi s thod o nf ntnc..an,11i"D
mY cadiacyt for -"lectlm a. Caity4 (' Wtd WeEM .
3arsha.J at the Plection April 14th
ISut. I haic endeavetw,id t-v, ',)rnl
mY dut- Pwithout fear or fawr i rnt New 31
would apprclate the supimW of c O myi
fritow-Cll l.-til. Ilntroginh- ()101 ft 0.n
S Umic to the duties of ,t..,.e
Nthe e as te I the pmtt 'ri, cC. iFURNITURE
1"Q fcc Pet support. and 4Irttiv-ar4
P"I votes at the NoUing1 'lecti.'n. I
mu. Very truly, of
RPN T ARNW %t*t i
To the Voter's of Oailneslls I L-k1 R e :a*%"
th Umetho of oamfoeetutg mY cabdl. &aoni
dary r YcMarshal of the Citr kf 4C
lte I have besa csmaight aork ax
an s e0r. PrOtwCting t ou ar4 ne.Ur
tnterestshle F u~q, aao"n Iv 1,
sbout thre years. andWe%-- It ( t1% v iati.
*A go she'whIr I have Po ptuwcd t
#04 well. d with hadvarIl,1, A iaL, aLmetrgkOt
S sLok Ihv4" be he 0l48 a b att,
so auk t o he entited to a day )"t,
NA W emi I !plbm @ a Y a ta It..
3M PW w ed"I verwtiew To wsa
SWow. a C L .wTei byS,,Fn-


Grinmlle







JDIILTARCB


PAL It WILL

PLAT NllB DECADE

Extracts Prom Middoedort, Wlllams
\ & Company's Weekly Letter
of March 7th.
11-p


Now that the force of the present
widespread depresalon seems to have
spent Itself and that matters financial,
commercial and Industrial are so shap-
tag themselves as to prepare the way
for another tremendous leap forward,
a9 question Is of more vital tntereet
than that which baa to do with the
part the South will play In the decade
to two of progress td development'
which must Inevitably follow the
great crisis of 1907-8, just as the
uparaleled prosperity of the decade
from 1897 to 1907 followed the trying
period from 1893 to 1896. In the de-
cade of unprecedented agricultural
business, Industrial, railway and other
proress, which began after the Presi-
dential inauguration in March, 1907.
aed ended only with the acute crisis
of October, 1907, the South's forward
leap were among the most marvelous
achievements of a marvelous time;
no section of the country made such
phenomenal asrdes In this period,
which saw the end of one century and
the beginning of another, and no sec-
tion of the country has to its credit
a more splendid record of accomplish-
ment In so brief a span of years. It
may be said for purposes of compare.


son that half a decade before the old
century came to an end, the South
was the poorest section of the country
-poor In known /wealth, poor In re-
cognised resources, poor In manufao-
ture, poor in agricultural production
with the prices which then prevailed,
poor In railways and other forms of
transportation, poor In known mineral
resource, poor In everything, we
May say, save hope and Ideal and
ty purposes; half a decade aftethe
davw of the new century, a wholly
dlteresipicture was presented, a new
Amptre of #he South, builded on the
solid, rough-hewn foundation of that
old IoSth, the memories of which are
stll treasured by all, an empire of
treImedous wealth and resource,
rich in transportation facilities, rich
ti agricultural products, rich In manu-
faetures, fioh In mineral wealth, rich
Sa I industry of all kidds, rich in lum-
ber-in a word, a wealthy empire In-
S tead of a poverty-stricken group of
States. The South today Is far more
^ -d01rent from, the South of fifteen
yea ago than was the South of that
day from the South of 1863, although
30 years had lapsed and one-half
that time had elapsed since 1893.
The real problem, therefore, for the
SL outh to solve at this time, the prob-
ea of first, of overwhelming im-
portanci, is to what limits the cam-
plIg of anti-corporate hostility which
ha beeL pushed vigorously In almost
Severe Sothera State for several
Syear la to be carried. Unqueeslon.
bly, wber growth and develtmbeat
Sat e a vigorous pace as was
S easI i tohe Iolt duig the de
a S etomed, vols must of aeoe.-
t eamp In; mad it was doubtless
al ie aproee to halt ad take
a I* bheoe tLhe evfil had gone too
Wreitt a view of weeding them out
MsA elrlag the way for further rad-
f wma ig3e right Uni Bat, we
R vt .t aoy, rd e esl hostifty to
eesr-r o le ise wa to die-
tPeedeelasSte boesRt i t o rporati
a ^"-t t-s. ^rer attcm
Y 1W to d9nte how
t s i a saber i a'betaaf
w.H1 WIN (M7. nT l rinerat
Mtik I tl 'h r I s lembd e th
atMI s i net 0 a the er faU re;
-r It hh ,L ss to ubrs soUt
W O 4by 6L1 WS a uW

SI s tIt --e e--t s vws -
45 ai ma 10 some day
,. b**iB *s I S assemna wB *
so seA ml hM ass ense, sad ha t
qig wa to rea h Sew. I
[f wd- eW ght nat wi~ s sai



Uudr a OS to sastlg 5b


-w


nt the system through a opiobus
athy utio of the beorwels.
oru S Coughs Iy ea- m&
- tee = wesr mma
bramt otha iat ebest, okad
bmrom -al tae










P~Lai dIY Det Law
blueallia tim Gi





TIM olrm|L,


Pi uers &Ue, lsOe and1ft0bebCse

.0. ertWTt COICaeegewV4a

Pleasat to take

WSIW&ke L
IL
SiOL SY ALL DRUGGIGSTS

tate to owners of a property exctl
tate to owners of a property exactly


how that property shall be operated,
to legislate away almost every right
which Inheree in control, to arbitrar-
ily enforce reductions of revenue at
a time when hundreds of millions are
needed by the railways of the South
for growth and expanalon and Im-
provement, is in a way to kill the
goose whlch has left so many golden
eggs scattered through the South. It
was well enough, as we have said,
to search out the evil, but In the ve.
hement and too often blind search,
the good was confused with the evil
and the whole has suffered.


I. I. WESTEIR' REIIONATION.

Man Who Has Served City Faithfully
Will Leave Publio Duties.
At an adjourned meeting of the City
Council Friday nilhtr called for the
purpose of revising the registration
list. Alderman I. E. Webster, who was
elected last April, and who has served
the city and his constituents faithful-
ly.and ecfciently, formally tendered
his resignation.
Alderman Webster has been a real
dent and property( owner here tor
many years, and declares that he pro-
poses to remain here for the balance
of bis life. He has always manlfest
ed a deep Interest'nd great energy
I anything which would go for the
upbnwuil of the city and this coa
analty, and. at the earned solleltt
tik of hi friends, onsenated to enter
the rac for aJdenl a last year.

WANT TO MAKI A PARK.

Ladles of City Desire to Trqnefrm
Old eminwry Gounds.
A amber of the ladle of the city
who are arrested n the future Wel-
fare and comfort of the public. e p
daily the ldlee and cbildrea. a
ssa g a move to secure posseesse
eO the old at n1orlda leimary priop
ety, which i now owned by the ty.
hor the p e of i traasfntra th*
n- Into a park.
This property, wbbch is located i
oe of the most desirable polats I
the otty. would ake aM admirable re-
trt as a park. and would aea a
remag-place for the lales aid eS
am dwr e the I$ Mag mIer aser
Mot If the deeds are meb thai
Is possible to do s. othee itOs a.
"now wilU make a bade se play
groud for the ebldre.

predtet Ypr m Vhey.
alet h N. C., Mane T.-1 rth
CamlM Is warmlag up la the batte
#r staie proMhlutIM T elece lO
Will ocjr !e SCt.b day 4 C May.
d Hoe ,, *.A (w'e, Of rlsye
vfle. ti t.* a eitt(4 tle l-ads1nW~ dI the p rJ r Jt fe fIrces, proedat as
*Wwhe*!DB vktW7.
W o c...
Thie hi Wert* BemessbWla

aL a*rs 3r
eX baUt est Lri
g~il~iO -y*11' *LIC'l~B


WOLTZ.


..... ,---
Old jn" 1ghy rjeted Citizen of
L4ke City ied Ih OGainesvlle.
Mr. eridtad S. WItz, ton' of lakte
City's oldest and moat hhll% r'espt-t.
ed citizens, died at the ,1,:, of lhis
ao-l4lawl Captain N. II ',x, this
city, after a brief Uilawes r l o'uiiimon
Ia. The remains wi" shi';;lp, to l.ak,.
City, where the funeral ean'd int.rtur,-nt
were bhed.
Decased was born FI, rI:ir,\ L,
1844, hence was sixty-four 'nirs, nf
ag HI was a COotfedelrat' \'trlenra,
belag a member of the Virainia troops.
Rt had the dlstincton of iing called
at the famous John romil raid, and
was present at Brown's '\e'lcution. In
1861 he ellsted In Ahder-on ws irgin-
ia battery, which Iurrenld'rd at
Vicksburg, and afterward, hl, s,,rved
to West Virginia wntil thl close' of
Ohe war. He came to Flor!hia In 1!,st9
and since that time ha. ilumde' his
home for the greater i;art n l.ke
C~r. No man in Colilunhtl,. conllty
was more widely known rr '1lore popI.
ular with the people, utail h i death
caie as a great surpri, .uiitl sorrow
to his friends.

Good Liniment.
You will hunt a good i%1 ,. hI'fore
you fld a preparation tlihat is equal
to Chamberlain's Lnlamlient a11 a curet
for muscular and ribeuutit Ic ilnti. for
the cure of Iprains and wrce'rnes of
the muscles. It Is equally \vluahle for
lame back and all deep-s ated Inllucu
lar abins. 26 and 60-c'iit size' for
sale by all drulgists.

Killed Looi'ng Cash Drawer.
Chkago, March ?.-.ltse.h MlleA s
who bte police say was rn ently re
elased from the MiesourI state penl


tenary where hb erv,,, l Pvevral
yer tor burglary, wai ',.ot and kill.
ed Friday by Miobael (:ary, a pri
late wate~oma, who dotr'pte Miles
and a companion tolag thep cash box
la the rocery of JM lortlaky. The
other robber ecaped.
-- -
A Pleeant Physic.
When you want a plensanat Iphyale
give Chamberlain's Stomnch and IJver
Tablets a trial. They are mild and
gentle In their aetlos an(d always pro.
duce a pleasant cathblrtc effect. (all
at any drug store for a free' ampllh

Reported Illnen Denied.
Chtcago, Marcb ( -The reported
illness of LeA e CSart, lawyer and
eapltalpt, wau emphadeaJly denied on
Thursday by te. HTary B. ravlll.
Mr. Carter it uffering froB the ef
lects of partial asphyxiatlo by g.e


CASTOR IA
tr ai-te and Ohlba
Ib Km YIN Iln A11% Bhufk
9 uLnT d,?fTo
igWRi" O x^7^


Thul a flre-engine when your
hbtu is on fire, tIecae it in*
stea y scures the entire value
of your home-thit is, when
your name im i*rnned upon a
stron policy for


Fn hrmes


ntl bodd (major.-. 0`101r olroa
a n iniW all. "i i blm.IIie
showI roUwbosom? it s esm 'I.
#A~fMesnosatT*am


I tore


SERIOUS FIRE AT REX.

and Stock of J. L. Towvnsend
Were Burned at Rex.


The storet of .1 L. Townsend with
the entire stock of goods. wlat lhurte'd
at R, \ W'dlnesda n night, mntalling a
loss of niout $1.,,0, with illght In
surance'.
The fir, Ias discloM\red lati., aft'r
It had a:tined such henadway that all
efforts It) t xtinguilhll the flaitme we're
of no avail. The origin is unknown.
Friends of Mr. Townitsend yniupa.
this deeply with him In this loss.

No Case on Record.
There il no case on record of a
cough or cold resulting In pneumnonia
or consunatlion after Poley's )Honey
and Tar has been taken, as It will
stop your cough and break up your
cold quickly. Refuse any but the
gemulne Foley' Holney and Tar in a
yellow pIackage. (' Contain no plate,
and tl safe and sure. J. W. McCollunm
& Co.

Kans e Instructs for Taft.
Topeka. Kai~rt March R--Kansas
republlran It f;ti convention here
WtVlncsnlny i'crtvl four delleates at
iaiSgp to the (':iuralto oonvintilon In
istrucltl d I vi, e for the nominallon o
9ecrartWIry V, Il 'raft hfor lesidlnt.
'Th :'*esmtvil, ins Il :'*,e he admiols
trrilo i ( l f t'r I, liint lxitr 'velt and Itit
W* I: s I in i-ngr Is,.

SCIENCE PRIVINTS *ALDNIES

The raetal Onwn asd Ite Rnesedy If
raete e*t Iwete.
It is the ratet thilnl In the world for
a man to be necesarlly hald. No man
whose hair is not dead at the roots, need
be bilil it he will use Newbrou' lier-i.
cldo. the nw scalp antleptilc. IlWpO-
oid destroys the germ that cuts the haJr
off at the root; and cleans the scalp of
dandruff and leave It In a perfectly
healthy oondlUon. Mr. ltaniett, In the
Maryland Uick. Butte. Manl., was *en
tirely bald. In lees than a montinh Herpl-
etle had rrtmoved the e*iotnie of halr
growth, and nature did Its work by oov-
ertin hie head with thick hair an Inch
Icng. and in aix weksa he had a normal
sult of hair. old by leading drulggta.t
lend lOc. In stamp for sample to The
Hrolclde Co.. Detroit, MUlib.
Two slla--40 Ints and 91.00.
J. S. Bodllord A Co. special Agents.


MAicbIa Cot0j Abstfrct Co,
(lltororiwe e
'elrry M Ooles. Pres; J W HanAae Vie0
rte. a R.I Colsso. see.-Trea
OAINEOUVI.LE. FLA.


DRi. D.VfRi B. MORRIS,

e. DENT1uT. e v


Office over Oaineville National s ,
Phone 300.


DRS. AID.iUMAN & PEAROC,


1 ,
*;4


DENT IS 8.


omf fmover L)uttoua Cor. Bamk.1
Phone 0.8 0, trCiMlolle, JIm


ATroR FY.YAT-LAW,


I uramolvia1,


B AKKR.MATHlESON A BAXTIR,
ATTORNEY'8-AT-LAw,
,, 8OLllT07IR IN CHIAINRRY,

IAINK$SVILLF. Alsehus Co., nA5
ofiee in lta11mana1 bloek,

FtRDlNANI RAYFR,
A'l-oRNKY Ar LAW,


I A IPINVTIM.M


SUFLORIDA.


Oaa sell your iaty property, (la*
proved and unlmp rosd), pheaphate,
trokl mad farmin laud. Sid bhi
a lIst o wha you oleor sfoal. N1M

J. A. OARLISLE,
ATtORNIY AT LAW
And bolleltor In Equity
RIe Iletai, OeeIyoaloI MiA Geli
eMrl hPre.e All bhillme prtiy
attilded to. IO BO|at dooro tI
GoI. OIAiraSvil., FMlUA.


FRANK CLARK.


TNOP. We, PIUW


CLARK & FIELDING
IAwyoer.


Prcoe t all Courts, tate aII



)dl ea ovter (talsWeeUlt NlMatl IaIk.


'o do an erclusive Abstract buml- gAINaIVJIa - uaMUDA
nes,. witn facilities for imparting ullW
Informtktlwecnernlng the Title of
iny and all lands In Alrhut county NOTIO 0 AlI9CAT0ION YAE
All business transcted promptly. I8D UNDlWs aCTIONO F CMNAPr
. . .. . . w t Is r befo (e ll sW. JIL s4m
nm I r E --"" ", r of tx ,nu,, -, .
ImJl lwli-- -Lm,,,- I :-r*& eaie NiMlesa S atle.
STeME m. 1 sy L
By ReyinW Your SBRKAD Irm 1i
KET UE BKR YLee
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Fr Yeoe we hIve bee at le
&r&&bekwm '" hwemw~m" as &" &M &


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ATLANTIC COAST LINE

R RAILROAD


(WM EV$VERYWHIERE


North, South, East nd Wet

firtonh i'ullman Servict' on All Trmla


Consult the "Purple Folder"


For d tanilt(cl inforrllltiot, Wl1mlul.P rt114 f11ll4l rlvu fr-
vatioD I, s*m. your nmari t TIkkt Atg( ,',
or write Or adlo il

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SAONDEN
.... ty. It ta" Is the -1rerc n
InowII .d we"al neoeslity Id veray owmamu
So kotkas of a&Uor Ute Ar ,tau
of Gner Int lat 9M poar t makioe and widoi we could
id by Our O prts. onot now do wiowta. now ohftw re
a prt exprease that o plotee' est
l AN ALf toI ad or rsltrv wt is so
AL AND *00CAL ITEMB as wthus SgmOfleeI. tdee
th- eser a l sl to ope t
is Happened an What iso md te d ab thor itsef
9 Happen 7M l Ia heet Pamre wia rta sl tlhM a fslAM
o Tldat "He Whi V~im May s stab dilM to Nlwe t
it to Tihe m o ei t GM
-- th -w *an mae So d a we


WEE


S ew spring sits jut Ia. J. Ma

Sitas.-a tmcket. amre eos se atS

r't. seramun. OuI tTI ests are o C

0. 0. B. Woakb o Waldo Uspet M1si
its ty buiRU
.i sot and rw i ao of 1M4
|' einllb udt Jrear. IuJ. M
The OWY adLm mitrestint
St)ft Wt, White.
Mr. arsl W ht wT t dahfo m e
w shoppls I bi ity YrtOalV .
Use Plask's ChUI ToTle, o i er buot
*; guarsatee. Soid by dran lu.
a Ie our ladles' tirfi-w e. iues,
lack and brown vo, Panama and
;brtllanue. J. M.ae e
t' We invite 'ou to prile our ladi's
airtwasts befo re b tyg elsewhere.
J. Mansrs.
The AlM t and Reaty Compea
H Men a oh. of advertisema nt ai

'A. I. Olas left yesterday for Pat
Int" wbev he will asped BSndar
KW, With his tally.
Sidvbrd Ru, a promtinoent trucker
St M .e toh. wa transacting bui
l m la this ityer 75tda.
J. :4. Marh b left yesterday for Jack-
YV*t wbeo b e was ole on bdl-
expects to rtoni to moro.
Mr. uad Mrs. ros have moved lte.
t Ooe01lovuk Iu, WW South alJS
i o, nre lUy vated by W. N. Sear
i Drough andfd ttily.
Mrs. L D. Setgier of Waldo, who
S i beu om pleasau t visit to Dr.
; d Mrs. J. R. Aldera Iin thio aity.
U a retrned to Iar UbOm.
1 s peal attet lor I directed to Mrs.
i. Wws*'n. ew ad. I toda't Sdun.
S Th tre' has bon very oorrectl
designated "Th Uttlek tore with the

Mr. ad Mrs. A. W. Blair and lit.
tie dacughtermi, s Mary, have goe
to St. Peternsbe r, where t0y will ro
lain as guests of friends for the
esxt few dayr.
Tbh weather an ias gving us a
tat. of a mter, but we are ready
S or him with an exceptionally Sne
t im of low shoes for men, wonieI and
Abildrem. I C. mnith.
J. Bf. Cutir Mlof yesterday for Cry@
tQ River. wher heb will look after hi
I laterests. HMe owns on of the
S rest ad mot pr8'table IS factor.
o i a tw t e of th State.




TSSOLS


a4" *s, W I
ryirl


D. a. m-an C returned at
b tst o es trp' p trt bo opr.


Note the advoesemnt of cordwood
tfo sale by t WUnetuty.
We oaye & aaidlm the 1est tine
of ribboas tohe city. J. hai .
Seas tickets for the Chauta
an now n e a Miller's news r d.
For Ret- noams s itableolight
boustekela. Apply telegraph orffce
labor em tetse for sle at this
eoe; h0o per doses, or 3 fer huna
dred.
W. MeOreior of IaNta re was
reoewntf ealoaville acqualntanoen
yeeterlay
DepOty BShor J. Let Stokes of M.lo
aopy was amonl those who speat
yesterday A this city. .
Prr Sale-Pour tul-blooded FoxTer'
ier pope. Apply 809 Mat Lberot
treet, aa t uan offico..
Remember we are the only ones
whd carry Kirnbbaum's clothing, the
but In the world. J. Manase.
Mls Janae Royster has retoued
from TamgN, where she has been on
a visit to her niece, Mrs. Hanoock.
Attaetton is slled to Wilson's ibn.
-broidery. Lae and White Goods show.
l1h this week. See ad. In this issue.
The dty rgistrattoo books will be
open at the oflee of City elerk J.
M. DdL In the United States land
ofio, from February 8 to March 13.
Olee hour, 8 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m.
J. .I Whidlen, who is ehgaged In
the feb business at Grandia, ha ar-
rived In the city and will spend the
net two or three days hebr with his
fantly. He Il making quite a. succc
of his venture.
Lute Howell. a well-known tctlisn
of Newberry, was in the city yester-
day. He is proprietor of the new
Howell Hotel, whtoh Is said to be one
of the most uto*date hostelries In
this setoo of the State.
Per te--The fine, new Conover pi.
ew anew beIg uod at the Chautauoua
--erele- In the T abermole will H
sod at a bargtn, and on eaey terms
n deildN at the enlueton of the
1Htu-w eeaeen, Apply to s. R.
16=11109&_ -
Wvery hosekeeper becomes entha-
alaste ovr the Stret Daveprt and
Monrta Cat, uad undertands at
aoe tUr earveleace as well as
ornara tatlo ia parlor or lttihn
roam. .. Baa. 13 Masonie street
Agent
One 'of the beat-known shoes on
the market today Ie the Red Croess
Made especially with a view to eon
furt As a special value we are olfer
lan their $3.50 advertd .lae for
St.&l Ladle are invited to luispect
our Hne. 1.. C. Smith.
Rev. W, Parrott. evangellt will
spiak at a scrvikc to be hcld it the
opera house this sft,,rnu o'locrk. Sunday. March sth. Special
sehtlg by the two baby sInugrt. the
edkit just flv' yrars ly invited. Mtinlu ftry, to all.
4rw. t. I ltrande *til ITIv her
spring allUnry uponisil on W duhea
day. Thursday and F'riday, Marsh II.
1t and 13. at her parsor. IO M IJbetw
y strwt Many new and handsome
etytee iU hbe o dlplay You are
wetroe. whether you buy or oct
All menabtrs of the Munkeipalt


A ewiplut si iln of STAN-
LEY'S HAlCY PLANICS
a-thpe otwer'q famvorit;

1'be Now w Angle Block
A~kand wiul impmln)Ved thriatt

'lbi anley Adjusalalt' tOir-
euler Piao--- ha a titibkx iW
stftl surw' which CallIe
eey .bapitd to any re

The ~iwaloy Adi~jueit1
Beadivi Rabbetand Mutch.
iusg Plan.

JUNIN, we* mom Jaim~w 11ts~m
Fuw er. aC Plammes, $t3tb

hIhrrim


I.eaue ar* roq~eteil to take notice
that there will be a e Nting of the
asee foer Rafterwae im Monday.
more k ti at It a at Mcertcanwe'
HaU. Jetords buhtilt urro East
Mati ad Mag lta street AN !
hers are Ted to atwd, as eim
-1 mpertioam wWbl he di sern..


K OF EXTRAORDINARY


--of New and Up.to-Date-----


ies,


Laces



Goods


da


WILSON'S


Beginning MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 9th, and running all week, we ex-
pn4 to every lady in the county a most cordial invitation, and hearty welcome,
tb visit pur store this week. It's a showing you should see, even though you do
not we to purohse at present. COME- we will be only too glad to show you.
In this showing you will find all the newest patterns and designs in the various
quia s. Embroideries and Insertings, Swiss,. Nainsook, Cambric, Flouncings,
ands, Edges, Insertings, Beadings, Match Sets, All-Overs, Corset Covers of new-
est designs. All the newest designs in Laces. All widths and qualities Edging,
Ihserting, Applique and All-Overs. We call special attention to Lots One, Two
and Three--Embroideries andl Insertings:


Edging and Inserting at Edging and Inserting at Edging and Inserting at
worth as high as 10e g, worth as ligh as 20c iJo, worth as high as 35c
THESE WILL PROVE VALUES YOU SELDOM SEE.
Our showing in White Goods will surpann any stock in Gaines vlle,, b otlh as to Qiaintity, Qlilty a(nd Price. All
the newest patterns and materials-Plain and Fancy Lin.is. Slu.r Wh\'it Lawns, Batistq, Linen Lawni, Plain Plaids( and Stripeil Diniitis, Mirccrizv.cl N,,veltie--anything you could wish
in this line. FAVOR US BY SEEING ; TllHIS DISI'AY 'riS WEEK.------


IMRS-. R. WTILSO2'N*
"The Little Store With the Big Stock"
One Price to All, Warranted as Low as the luwet for Corresponding Quality

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We carry the finest line of men's
pants to it very body. J. Manasse.
J. A. Malt hy of Campvllle wan
looking after his luterests in this
city yesterday.
Mrs. I. Lartigue and children and
Mil Alma 8anderson left Friday for
a brief visit to Cedar Key.
Mrs. J. H. Cutler haa returned
from Tampa and other points in South
Florida, where ahe has been on an
extended visit to ftlends.
Mrs. Charles Bartleson of Jackson-
ville is In the city on a visit to .Mrs.
rrankle Dell and her son. Charles.
who is attending the University.
Our "Paritan" la a dainty creation
In a patent leather, one eye-let tie
with Colonial tongue. It Io only one
of the many pretty ties we have In
took for the "Summer Girl." L. C.
Smith.
SRmeember the grand millinery open.
nag of Mrs. 8. W. LeOrande, 198 E.
Liberty street, on Wedleday, Thurs
day and riday. Maeb 11, t1 and 13.
A spelal Invltatloe is extended to the
ladie, both la and out of the city.
They wwlD nd away naw and band.
some styles at prode they can afford
to Pe.
Ad.itea-l .... Item onPqpt
M.. .-- -a .. -- I


...WANTS...


5 Cents Per Line


Each Insertion, but no advertise-


CONTIHEATIL


RESTAURANT
trouod Floor-Next to Pstefee.
('onveulently Lated Vtft private


meant taken for less than 20 cents. Six
words make a line; no fractional line. O Y S TE S
every word over each six counting as
an additional line. CASH in advance ALL KINDS SERVED In ALL STYLES
must accompany all orders for inser-
tions In this column. Choice Steaks and Choos. Dria Coffee


WANTED-HELP.
WANTEI -A white cmatl t( d(li c('lk.
ing and housework for two. \rite
Box 207, Galnesville, Fla.

LOST.
IA)8T--8mall brown unzldre ssed kid
changer ocketbook, containiti g$
and sonme small change. I ALve at
Sun omce and receive reward

FOR RENT.
HOUSE FOR RENT-Apply to J. W.
Vidal's drug store.
FOR RINT-Elght-roonu house, elec-
trio lights and bath. J. It. T1vla.


FOR BALL
Sl raio feiFOR 8ALE-Black record carbon type.
:.q ---. - --O-N-o-ft- - Awriter ribboos for legal work at
OW th Street Away fr Dirt nd The Sun oice.
IPieMOv t -v M.a we.... ... Ma e
i ode Ma 1t1r4 FOR 8AILE--Four full-blooded Fox
Sd Terrier pups. Apply 309 East 1ib-
Oysater prepared ad omed properly. erty strut, or at Sun oice.
lteaks ad m hopa broiled-l m tried
Aay special di 4tred can be had W. A. Strickland of Paradise' wa
oa sort notice among those who spent y'eterda~y In
NOw this city on businesa.
NOW


Just a few eeds about Regulr
Meals: Morlnn ad alght. ay khad
of met that's e th market Is her
for your rchela. ka why. yes!
they g with ay apper e breakfast
order-frted. pame eerapbled or I
you prefer. an SL .
THEN
Dia.er; Her measmape bill of tare
froe Thrday l Dck. Creamwd
Potateao S*weqi BSs. Caullsower.
teAed Beet, L e Sheed Tomue
tomi. ,8ted PhAb
From this db te tthe ele of t
nystr seao I wW diver to amy
pa of the eat r Md emn mr lae
If yem a. f am"lWAb a ewt
bfte wIth 0 a NO v W.mno M&
mid4*ip"@jasWO mad


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First


Devilled Crab&
WVe empoy'n Ione (P, ihe best ohefs" in
tilhe 1)11mev. np bov or Inexperiencedco00o
rme( he-t C -llt ved and oldest rgstasipat Iti
tie ieitv. I. IIt(u w:milt real cookldi by a s Al
0I4I) WiOl? .Ni'lW% Mt.% lHUMN itV US It
oull mriothinot tbe murkct affords y o SamW ge
here
We dip not Irlomhe omeo Ngs for uokinbi.
but moruething foir \our money.
Rt1t'l.t~AR iFAL'. Special ri & by tbe'
week. Place fur ladles, entlees & chil-
dren.


National Bank
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FLORISTS


CHOICE CUT FLWm
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lhrp w.4a Specialty.
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