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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 10, 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: VID01230
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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OL. XXiV, NO. 25


GiAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TU IEDA .3l


ARCH 110, 08 TEN CENTS A WU&,


ARINAMEDSENATOR



SuMu' t ULtiere.


CHOSEN ON THE 18th BALLOT

Mr Gasy om emof a O Disinglehed
S IIlly and Has Osupied Several
SP es of Respenibllilty In the State
Sf e oth Carolina.
omblas. 8. C.. Marhb 9.-On the
altmeat ballot, Frank B. Gary, of
,AbbvlMe, was e cted Frday United
WII ate aater from South aroluaa,
ii awosea De late Oenator A. C.
tlaer.
t deadlock continued two days,
sad Mr. Gary we elected on the el@i.
toa ballot, recedvin 81 votee. Toe
Sg-lature conveea d la special see-
aes aet Tueday for the purpne of
delin Senatot IAtmer's successor.
'l claim is msade tSit the nomina-
la of dhppaid caused a break to
Gry along former factional lines.
Sketch of the Senter.
Vurak Boy6 Gary was born Marcu
NO. U He is a nephew of the late
ur Gen l Mart W. Gary. He gradu-
ated from Union coUege in 18l1, and
s a lawyer by. profeasson. In 1880
l vas elected to the house of repre-
*atathi and served as a member
t Ue ooeetSltutkiosl oonveatio In
IM. In 1894 he was elected opeak-
Sa the bouse, and served In that
Wlacllty for Ave year. He was a
4aldate for goveranr In 1902, be-
be art to advocate looal option as
4tweas pohrbltiloatano the state dts-

Mr. Gary come of a distinguished
Sally, having one brother, ugene
S. lary, on the supreme ( court bench
t hl,tate, and another, rnesit Gary.
*a a elrcuit Judge. He hinmeu bas
eatd a so pecla clrctlt judge. He
I a nephew of the late General Mack
Oary, a famous oodederate general.

CLEVELAND CANNOT COME.

PFrmer Preldent Will Not Be Able to
Visit Atlanta.
Atlasta. March 9.--;rover Cleve-
lad, .the only Ilving ex-preasint
di& a member of the national chIld
bor oOmmIttee, which will meet In
Atlanta early In April, has written 1o
D J. MoKelway, secretary of the
e malttee, that be will not be able to
411-1d at this time.
S40retay of War Taft also a mem-
,. I ae committee, Ua declined
WPM, "10a v 3 excue a prevlousr
aw-- t Ill another part of the

LrWeidt Clevea wd write that he'
Lh ill terestmm In the work tan-
1 4-tP by DM oewnlttee and wiab ,
n se, tWat he owl& lad Ws pea,
, at tm timt dea ate d.

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ARMY DESRTffR QIVE SELF UP.

Surrndere en the Advise of Hia M.
HeNr bode.
Chicaeo, March 5.-Comfarted by
the love of W 24-bout bride ad by
newly prolfeaed reMlilo,. Br~st L.
Daweoa Isa untatry p rla r IL t.
herdaa a O&r bouk tavita errem
dered upoe 4 advlei of te weet-,
eart a(4 wfIe. Bernice Hode sws

awson eMated II* lt0 eWmed
oe thaa yer In a avalry reo-
meat stationed la t PMlipplue. He!
deert* sfter his retun' to Amrica'
because the reIanmeta wasu ot
et emongh to aUow bhim to support
his mother, wo Iltves D Bryan, 0.
He went to Milwaukee, Ind.. to
Hve and thene met Miw Hodget.
ifee weeks later he proposed mar-,
tae *ad confessed ti desertioa. Up-
oR her advice be wrote to his com.
maMdng offer at Ft. Oglethorpe,
Oa., and be was arrested Tbursday on
orders from the war departmr t.
Ims Hodges then, In face of w oh
epostlo', married Drwsan after be
had profesred relioa and had bee"
baptized. Friends of the bride and
groom In the IntUana town, *s well
as masbers of the clergy in hlcWago
will attempt to hare a light sentence
Imposed.
BRAVE ACT OF ENGINE DRIVER.


Risked Own Life, and Killed Horses to
Save Children.
New York, March 9.-Is order to
save a nnAmber of cblidrn from what
appeared to be certain death. Patrick
Mullin, driver of a fire engine, killed
both his hors-.
Mullia was answering a fire alarm
in Brooklyn, his horses on the run,1
when he approached a pubM c school
bulld4ng% The horses were bearing
down on them on the full run and tt
wa, Impoeelble for the driven to check
the almost.
Suddenly Maullln rw a little girl tn
a red esp and coat whom he believed
to be bhi own daughter who attended
the school. The driver threw ilar
weight on one rein end swerved the
horses onto the sidewalk and Into an
Iron fence. Mullin was thrown off
the engine man pleke c Ii unconstelrs,
but was not serlim ly Injurt-l Atd will
rveover,
Both tiorws 'ere kllled.
The little girl In the re ( co(t wasr
oat Mulling' daug h4er aftrm all, but his
action savei1 sewvral live.

WISCONSIN NAMES JOHNSON.

Resolutions Adopted Indorsing Gover
nor After Sitter Fight.
St. Paul. Minn., Marchb .-The
demoerstlr state coniltte. of MissNA
eota Friday afternoon after a bitter
ftht adopted a resolution ladsrnla
Governor John A. Jobaeon. of Milne*
sot, for the demorralm preeldeaUal
nomlnation, and rbcoamendlng that be
be aimed by the national coaveelel
at Dever next July.
As the meetain of thbe e Fa ttee
was presided over by haak C. Day,
private secretary of the governor, sad
vwo osted ft the Jobaose remlwt
oa every test a" as the Inal talrt.
the actiest of omualttees l seM Nby
po'tie4 l oedere ploo tp *Wle ,
aw trWmafy tla Te r W tor e dam
-,e preadtlal amstie. I
T .e .... resises was e Ined

adkerts had ferreted t tost asi.
ea bath of whe they wre I aed. k

GeveneWe HAsked to p 0 ee s.
Denver. Ce ,W Mart 9.--W. 0.
sMima. of A lbay.X N. T. hs sp
pealed to e mov err of Glaade .
Wyates and4 ftab Is a letter to so,
obre the love ad prevt Sth e nt
Ota at of paas tor aas se-as-
%ree re. t r N e0" to NL vew. *
dtasI e of a mSale. "Theae e0 .
bitm." Mr. RllhMs sys isto wle ItM
ter to Goverwor ekhe. e COtrsa .
asf Ut1t4 better ltbam.It bl taa
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3 ARE U UNIFIED TN DAYS TO LIVE.
3 RE UI lnolll Midland Railroad Conduo.

S(laineviUle. Ca., March 9.--Captain
Naudo frsu FPr Little Ones w. A. arke. or the oanenle
SIMidland rallway, was aI rr e(pt Thurs
WI IM Sh W l Fire. day of an anonymous letter which
s. nateod: "(aptain (Clrke, you will be
uATrdered within tbe naxt t"n da)y.
AFTERMATH OF LATE HORROR a. Clarke, yo u will o be kille
wi itbln the am.e time."
One f thi Tdeh((ek Burned Almost I o ecr he ll trof la e mlld .ha
e T eesenation t ore. It. was m WI eI iha
to a CMap, Was Idfitified by Gold Glalnarsvle postofile. It wa written
Filling In Te-nth-another Is Iden. on poor plan paper an weld vlidently
ted by th h n Worn.handwriting concealed par.
tifed by the h Worn. ,tlaHy by an effort to write poorly.
Oleland,. 0. March 9 T' body Captatln ('rke ba been a conoduo
of Mile Katherine Wellerr. f the tar on the Oalnearvlle Miawnd rince
two teacher who lost u.", Is11 it was be'un a the (lalnesvlllh. Jpet
te Co0oMwood bhool fln. I'I. lkl person end oithern. more titan 2S
tivey adentifled Vrti y i ,1,. tihl. years ato. ie htllcev that some
The body hat been so tr: ii:y lihrtnwld Inane Ipersin. crunk, or iosilbly a
that it could hardly be dtll.li gulhed mWhtaleOuiloraiy, snt the mlilver.
from the bodies of the ,Ir oi rls. The po sAIme aithrltlt are atnt
The Identlfication was .it aI t%1 b work on the matter, i..itde.aorlng to
her 1616-flldl teeth upln It~.siptionl k*cate the i encdr.
turnishpd by a Plttabrg ;,i..is ~
Te body of eta :.-hih,iiih a TO TRAIN IN ATLANTA.
onror pupil In the ii,;e R t'.a I,.nlti --.
fled also by her shoes. \\ n Ms Crack Ball Players Cominq to South?.
Ma qiBItc wasu poetive of ;r ilet iit.l ern City from the North.
catloN she fell altintIng : n the Ne i York. Ma!Ii 0. *.8,vra-il nim.
charrlu body of her Httl ,. bermn f td No w York Amerlihan ha
There are till tweaty ,n! .,n. alli lnleI !l ta. cm left n tho" P .', 'yl
tUfled bodies. So far I,. v.noi, villa ltlnrld eIrly Ltiaur.ay nwrlirumi
been recovered. Tbe hh ,f misinl fr Attarit'u. wlt re the tAtin is t l
now taJliIs with theb DB ,r 11 un, Into riutl tng prellmlnary to th
deuttOed which wouat Imldt.vii that all 1 f 1f th(' e plonashp sea .
the bodies have bee t. tl and thaI t (im1'-r 1'u 0n tti team will jt Jrt'lvI
the total death list WIllr sta at ai 0t'44-t\ ""1 '' Ifferetlt routtes and in
In fully 100 case te. fuii.rall will all.Ie. ; er''s, e 1ardlng to Recreuarv
be ldividulal. each family .uirin~ Its Mahm, wwil l e tiuntr Mlaaimir ('lark
own dead. Thu first tlhet. fluneraul Olrlth' ,!.-tlon In the nlsuthrn
was hKl Frliday nmonfr iin pglme in. cl! I h '.rlt ('lntnn1111~ ult*,
stances funeral serwlvio~ oer. roullpd I gte'c', I -Itil hl* :tttl' rn. Annl i;
with five to ten bodiie lis i c'hurl'h. thnc ,1<1 ',"rl Il re, we're II ti i'hA.".
The Imndlntlfied will be buried nlrit N*'e" t. 1' *' land Ne iior, llt .
Monday scrordinl to pre'-enll riang, hI. ll, ctri r, and annIn ., atlih.I
l.onts. The expensee of thi'ee %riilnr. .
Jis, together with the funrsals. of thl GIVEN $21.000 DAMAGES.
cMldren whose parents arec nKo In a *-
lnanclal position to niet thel but ln., Clarkesvlle Man Getsa ig Verdlo
will be paid by pulled *suiprrlptlmne Agailnt Southern Railway.
which are growing 'arlIr e.i ry hour C('nrrl.. l I;,, A Mapih 9 <4hip of
Already (fouit.uud )of dollars hai lth, i,:0.-t ,.rdletC ever I%'tIurft.
b)rf n rnl t d. rona' Iion to it :i. a ai5 ai- a rallriiad In this cuotni wa*l
bill has boen Introli <~( In Ihr M at, t 0aI' ) If :1.ctu o Kvtn 1T'ltlOtas Iltrri
le 'ialature approprlta 'ng $ ,,c-0o fo r tgaln it 'it 4,iutll rn foAr (t;. 1. "of
the rellef of the nte- Iv fire, *wffIt',r. tc ,th ~(.-
Thls bill, it Ins uxpi, 1 will h b ',n;i a 'Ios .'*s was Irlrie bo-frru Ie1lr
aw I1 4tte. and p.n iimrl si|t ir A 11m Il on h n


COL. LEWIS CARPENTER DIAD.

Was Poermrly Parominont Nlw pa.
per Ma of South Carolina.
Denver, Colo., M. 1rh -.-. olonel
Lewis ('ass Carpenatr, who reprsent.n
ld Nou h Carolla IJct after the close
of the clvil war. and was willkfnw
aa newspaper Inann a that time. hav.
lnl eated papers t Oharlestoa a.Il
Columlia. 8. C. died thre Friday
aIht of cardmac dro In,, larsd seventy
two year:.
Colonel Carpenter served throaul.
out te cvill war and after Iving sew
ral Yrs la boutb "r'flea west to
New Torl, wr"e h"e beam promt
maet as a yoIutlal i rlteU rr e T '1
bs. la 01f ('-niG Carpeatser
aoe to Detver., wh. O r he d ewm.
*ra federal pOIo.
As4 as@et11014 11 ane mpmea, I
Coloa C4rpsti hrl mN to de
with N au la ma il uSer is Cot.,
mraid, 0, adlalselg oi Is re,
ew years Colesl Carpi'er beJ &s
praftt law.
Pmewedl IurV~ W .
New Tork. March O.-4esat Ma.
fite Westam, a raoledl ad mlala
egs Iate ,41die *sIddesly is New'
tork A 1 0sigh A nai-Y that
bad Jt bees for rd t m fsametus
wrought Iro as.ordlrdi t a aew p aM
ieAb @e ba l I,'s,'1. wis e pected
to ts a m him rin i. Mr West
to was "I ti S wee! "mea"p4bare
yea r go. ad ere t m-ow thremsi
varids forveatls reANed wltU the
-*amue rtUes of Irmal jaidt.
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f Iirs e..' The14'first two d4iia .warn
ako-at tgI I 'I)tA t11 Itt*11M AndItII,. ftird
vI'h argu nients.
'! 14. ttlt Was for 130 ,00.
'I lia'e, csoowill 1we cmrriuwI to tie sat
pr~;o-flerfuirt.


GOorgas Ianke r Te Meet In Reme.
Home. (Ia.. Marchb 9--olwup No.
3 f t G1 orila Maakw' ars orlawion
will hold ther amU i l mIn|lg this
y.r.tr at Romp, Ga.. aa ThuredaR, May
7th. The R ei baakers wl!l spare
so pal to make te vriit a pliasaat
sad ee wysbe Ow. It tI preeted
tiat a All bIe a wai aItendMd meet
agr by the erns ef Olep No. 3
es aeem-et d te dae sam snd the
aseodlMMi at h I* My as h to revae
ed by three twml M e r allmra,
emd the arther lbt to 4 l me s sleH


bavte the metar Is eba er to mAt
a* mmltap. Ii order tat the bauk'
we may herese fulty eeaJed with
I-If (* rrory aed ew4bbrlt i
Sd-r terscad neighbbore

May Cemnmute Soleeeei'* s n*see.
t. PeeePrebrl, MaIra 9 -The ver
Aet lt Ithe a 0 o IeOUes m t (Ieoa
Saeeal w. vw es rprecefly *etes'e
to m beb ya rourltmartl r the se
reader of I,** i'"t Albthr ,ers ito
the Japease. was fturrally pro
0 4-* Frrdar It I 6resiDed ad
=l tari bo w a er. tat 4ia Oen
irtawil accept re reseaallI
te of the swsrt that at0enS be as
sted Tlhe Ien ft ha aellaed s
teoe"a 01 repertimsd peesml gpes
I|asaseB

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1 5 lo t"atr. ir l 'eot".4" wt-bos to.'. Glres many oloopve,
---merate ChaseAer m. I das. lbo W Is *at of bas Ner YoIrk, vio 9.-rVwh m th
LAjUm, Rluwo. arc 0 Ab A bu o lesI N d hes tI. t4hloito n o MobergAM'VUS AmO h Aftlka O

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CREATED A SENSATION,
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lerms Emperor's Letter Caml
Big Stir Im Enlaid

MUCH POPULAR INDIGNATION

Kaier Is Charged with Undue Med.
dllng wvth thN Naval Progrem o d
Attempting to Influence the Naval
Policy of Great Brltain.
liM>>i.i Mtiah 9 --my peror WilI
Itlam' I'rtl.r to lIA)rd lweeulnnouth,
rnt lotIrJ of thu ahullralty, In which.
It Is hlrgr'dl, his niauJoety atteLna ted
to Ilalicrnc i tie naIal i)llcy of Great
lIrlittlu. Ia c('ratod a great si r It
t0aslIial. .4t1i iiuuch popular lanligna
thin. 'I'h., ei|inrir Is accused oi
grave tanr', I'tnal with the rtllsah stll*
mlat1e, alld th I re*,ly of IArd Tweed-
nout h tati tlhe counuaalelnlle l wae
purly) ps irsn.aw: s tinalllorn ualeateL
Tartil Ila..; tIsI n:li tcl vtil'htr tho
a lll'tV) iiir ', InIli~a titI lIn of theipub-
llo.
Asquith Alludes to plaode.
Atl w, ho';,e of IlrhtdI y afternao's
hittingg i of tlit, huIIo of cioiaume.
lam-l(',lhir of t i tl'm ,m'qaiir Aequlth
allii-4i ti i ho 1 4 1>t WM lie 1a4d that
in Int1 inrl.ti, l* (ilt)i1i t l *.UWUed to be
requilrl In i e puihllo Itreracft. "It
sla a ft't," ii'laredfi l te chlantole r.
"Innr oin )F'Vbuarv I1, l(urd Twedn-
ntllrh Is t lv,'l a I.tlor frfT Ute Ger-
UIanI *ull .it'*ior
"It wae a purely pasrannal and pri
valts Itomli iiilu 'ls tti, t('twliv) l d to at
entiruly friendly isplrt My soble
friln.ilt. Ili, answer asl equaUy prt
V6iit% andl lfornild., ami Wnlbhr the Imt.
tor nor Its arnwer was kleAown or comw


m it nr tIvat a Iit he cai r usot.


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addt. n vliw of Certaln suworetione
wh*i'1 hae itaben madtn, that before ith
lh ter arrirlvl, the cabinet had time
to Its finrl lwrIiolnn with r-irl rto
the rival r, rilnat fitr this )*r.'
Want Matter Aired.
There (t an Inslteint dWmann4 that
the mattelrr heI nlrel In parllanwCtit. and
1.,itl l' tmIs ntt atli hal iltilmattgl that
f'ir''m r lafermft'lon will In lIven In
tIh hi t.e of hot*iln ,In M h 9. It 1I
a qiiflaon h'wlevr, whertwr theI wm-
mllllutiltin ,if the (l*rntrn mnpnor
will he nujtel ptihill l'tloutf r th omn
*intt if the witir,. as well at that of
KIng 110ward
In tue meantime the matter
Ir ken up hy tie ceilnet at It mltiNl
Friday asfnfrw(,n hut no eoclal ao
nnoluntm ent nf any rotlr.* of artio
has been made,.
The plir ** was I's* ole taple of
convermtlkmt In the frbhy sfR the e ae
of eonamins Prfday.


LOVEO WIT" MOKEN AcK.

Per Two Ve#% Men Livedft- tpped to

Now Yortk, MereS. Atlcasd with
msamesl a day m or tw ao. Is Me
waeso dstft%, S.UsAble to 1
lbs dise J" o A le10 s1100. whe 6
Nved for twooye4 a wit Sabias
be*., did Pty Is As the Indet'U
pital
The man' estoe had sttle O
sidah10attest lam from edlem litINI.
HOe wOas ar' B ev"" e bask by a
hVS1 7be hills# bqm a pile 0 Joe
14, 1"t. i spmal calw heb
bfv"a4n c the *Iwwsb eewat l te .
ho-m. A Mw11"Offt U4 lIe mesh
brmnhe In iti mem oWa, sad wa0 "$
4"arrLlp hlw, Seim" was fthm t
Us hopital sW W Otwo rars lifld

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4ampleyoeet, bat wao o waskes
?#y No 06reed $art 4 ppt'I that
heV 8hoo g##ualeu i tw's%40 A sw4letU
malad, Wh It aesrk.Id 4its

Kill" e" Morey Earrow.
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tog Oremlasto a good sbed
sad after a few minutes'
bjoom gf h ybpotlem be
6 the betth#gIden dres
IS Wle tbrough the tadleom
Aw as %I iet ON tile WWI..pro"ut
heheeM sIw i "Orvie mof
pam mom he ke the sidle.
=804E &4 he start amE am
ftsetheasoles. of some of
~ SUSOW assihutmy ft was
1Y L u n "M o bara b
at d dow a" h aub do I



V tbm as hkI
*lely prgo

LON vweat wa s ream lgm
VrJr Lhd a were am. tal
, c S rmist. as wonl eac
I )Swspwhmaee.Os Tuesda
~ ~ he wil gl a s umearned hr
a bt a hm $ bseep
U&IN60l) W -rb rww wl-


d"m aa 09 wsow am M% at
1:86 b e wil


@6 Selbavds baod SOrIpMS
'-~rrown o r tw*" rOl




wont owve y IOeugh.
sadthat sugh il


409 tarant pawmis
_il$not a? w Bob I ftr f l
1Y:~~ie 1- Om IILIVaim Tea..U
d~IsI SR ma TMegbmw uI

ew res. M NU by W W, U. N. j
su.
.Voaw Wid No eOW.
hr the I" tw Veeda N. W. upl.
Phure b"sbom seshmaW OewA*Mgr
nremovia hi ouly to Jhselbp
wre b he bees eo ictwal 5so
fraiL bw be e e6seiad ithat
Ceb "ostoiI aseeOw b mll
Mr. maloee whin is a .
waft do Pr. GAs msu


BaT OF PROOF
FL-----
That nyemel i re AFl Perms e

Teettlaoola eould be printed b
the tho and, many of them from
Gslagtvle and nearby towns. sa, l
tat Hyo"el absolutely eures all c
tarrhal tWles. The best proof 6
Its aua mt eurave powers la th
sastose that J. W. Melollum & Co
e with every oatlt they nAl: "Mos
eyr aok d i t doe not do o all tha
to elshed Age Ut,"
He t is not a secret remedy. It
tOMra Is ba vea to physietam
wo w"t to ew what they a
-s-o whbo -thy pcSoribe H Yw
It to snae ser u the Pure oe
ae Or Law hyr w rial No. 141L
TWhr toasf m wrm tomah m drur
& wm NymMo tI med.L Is heo~
ti Ue0ti I .a breath ed thro~.U
a eat M thalr. nwhiag e *ea
a1 eatarrbl germs asd erwlag #t
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-~ --$ew' 01 -k'rlr
We .6w-' Cm Mred DeLlaje 3.
saud hr aan dqm@6 wrrh thatama
mob 0 sweE h mhan CulsuibCUT*
r.. J. 36am a 00, Tiled..0.
We, the b~w e".hae knw"
W. Cm hr the o II yers 4w
beuets h mwdhp fieto 1b
hmhen amebee.a~ el SmminlsI.
&bW to tasrro ea my oftielem e*
hkbr&.


5. T b resr raet.s hef *it t
wll lwi been a a mI wv~ ato
s Pw U o ik ft that 11 t s -sara iphyal life the
= 1Cu ad A Ih e bag tlike; for as t the offspring of he lth e'Wood
W.l.' "* Nln U ha. with pls,,rih blmd isa bin elth and arength. o e t ood
P.Handerhs 111a 118reft fromi r pollated cii latio to burdga ;Iimce

Ola dts r pesn trs e r Dr. J. B. ae wae a mpk i rwnud tabd uIr
a I i.l. ..s abou ... s. Il esld .. ll
AdI imtmebirlelebe UNies Via U" .W Otbff-
Q ru rp s fe ay W tet t M in atM Mulngb^




th .eay d m two khowa itobile sa d rou Masi
tSend = n wh bch Ae, ec

M an at o r u t..i1mi it is ia need of. . . t mlde
Wa*w eep clema.s y ,a y .i tttaet tor i,5~J It hem, ctheea ns t-i h~rb




Mr.11.. W. n! ^am ifts Ilodges r
---- Take A lac at the 011..
R I t s wd moat wl o-taow-a MOI1 U1 oto thel trouble robl i5In.fnlo




ova110. lGrude 1111" vte the If w Io e thf it's abuthing in Cold Drinks put op by
td o buit prin nUary ope^ tal as U S



-' lam mea blood with
SnLow. or lesode aa wl nu s acYi r o last cnt onthat' idt to ai k W o
to the aga o* f he dhtr yte IV My hf$T GiA .P^^ ^ liPT^ CA-

l Ms. L W. ibha Mt. Hods re
S10 r0 and $ Take A lance at the LAE iL

Srt. I. ^. L~rud tn~lt tye se joe that it' *ojything in Cold DrinLk put up by

I r ,1, 12 aend3 whto m the ^ ----- (Ut1TB1, B__D) --------_______
s how.- located at Mc wmt You may sap yor las c that it'st itto drink. We m
UbllYn toa control ri~ht to ny of the leding wit dulu I this
1. T Dtto Bank hat i e% of p t lrink aiis w. Gingr Ale, Peach Mello, Iqc",
SIdy .. 4n tha r twe Dktled Cider and otIwr popular drinks. Have yo.tM our
h ha aor tw ipbln al Orders bi mail or telephone will rwiPe prowi nton.
; oUi M md- relabla utttB of a d East Florida Telhone-long-diutanco. Southern 9a.
i P '" P. 25S, SuII.l. Faltr YW. bU
efosrvatve baslnas nma In the ______
s Mt ud Nra J. eft.to and r
... ...M., .ti....,... .o. "ME TSIIrITO.E i

Hi. M., bha arrld a the city from a um IN I LU
k JaseMtoale. and have decMde to
I~ a this their tautre ow a e. Mr. For the hoMuekeper who mut M setth.
L *me ta0e t a 8BSYumof Deliciot High-rarde Bread frao
I duetd IU to movt herk. They will *- THE CITY BAKERY----
I ble dly wwleomed. Our readf
T e Bn M . o 8. wo drk a Oulr Bread contains all the nutritlvelte-
ri nt of Mts. C. P. oodmas, who ments of the wheat, and ib made by the
L has bean aito 11 at the horn. of her b.et pronte. Oar loae are large for
amoter. Mrs W. OGntt. t4 W et t the "money you pay for them.
SCourt street, will b gratisd at the
lat orMatic v that b r osoatloa aeem CITY AKER HILL BoXal
Slightly Iaproved. ghe l betnlg T I nl AINiLLrL.
theb beat of at telto aad It la hoped --.. - I I- -
she will soon be all right alol.n.
H. R. Lcas of VItrtma, who has
en e .or the1 Hickt y darto Wood
# accouat o his bJttl, expects to leI0V
today ft tort Whit and Brauford.
F Ii. Lais as lecturer by profrfealom.
and carriM a fnae .erik of Illustrat. 1.00 PER LOAD
I ed yitelous leetr whclik h take well
- with the Several pubic. He ben DELIVERED ANY PART OF THE CITY
I trlavllsn wth tlhee lectureM for the
P past btteeno ears. *
' W1ragW-.P8. yB. Cullea, hereby warn WIOS niWOor CO.
' all psreeo not to twlde for. purcLha
e0rtala uotee bearsag date ebnary I
Seth. laso t S pmable to mJ. L
* tawl and oe Mr WI payatoIe to
S --boh -- by 'e. AiMIm C w TITLE I T ILEPHO NU
L a I wilUl poitrely res to opay adl W 5I I A JI
a otea of aitartly. thee, betas to eeauS icr Storv Wo d
t I ranIuN" Ma thebd w Br UUL LINES REACH
-l Lca.iaUe red. Ab A LA COCY 80 TOWN

. traveMi wh r kf bee l her*T wao eS m East Florida Tepobore
rs ug p4 Y. a. Cul b oe wers -o e ng Hardwood Co. TIDJUlar (I
9al lew weeks p to taite r E. E. VOTLE, Manar. t-Loqg slftrqcS Sftq-
s their he today. The7 toa d i Fin Aceddent, Purgary-
** have rM*** k r n d Indauity M *a**n DRY BATTERIESf
was cUed sedese heme go tesl. At se preeal-es Ammeidena Me Kita 1
aMe matters whigh. piWtva. kRaoL vifp-.r LOANs EAn? Ouariy-Any TElhu m
Sse Mrs. Uoydl ha i rh ar It I f. V b ei PhnuA IA TE
SIert, vlst tor toor Lee it eur a r 1| ,
s r. a& ther Mehre ae t


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WAUXNOk IUNNAN A MARVIN.
Wheesl D lrot W Toldo 0.
RaIw* CAta rh (remIs UkteWt-
wy. mtai directly a"*m (e (U d b s MA
saem"sosauem at 1the system *d*e
ambIl sewt frm. ftk .c ;S per
bottle by mll 0 &I
aww rTasa r cstl.

This w-k s o hr he% bsugh out
ao opel t Iessage tram the Pr*o
@Sat Btut them he tweek k wut yct
*VW.


ways sta to weloee them.
W. A. OCaell. tr te pit tw
are a ree a t af hI ety. bet r.
meUy removed to Late omtl, spot
*Wday bhe& Mr. CtliMs is the Ima.
age to t his mse11 lr W. W. Oew
do. A Ca. cottoe aeta. bvPanarh.
a.. ad6 the *aum et *s of hi M-
elf amd taatyf re"et vry Bmee their
mreval to Lake lstler, which wa
mend pb the burag tof the tonasry
bhere so time a. It Is o eruod
that Gor=o& A Co. wI IblM to Lake
lIlehr.
TO CURI A COLD IN O TODAY.
Take LLXATIV RONM QetaLhe
Ta bl4eta rutai ~tM I*sey If
t talk toe cem. W.,i dste
nuatur aI o l ehi he. M..


I~krFFace?"On lr
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ad so""


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W\ith a a Iricv in one at.
tilt' III-Mratnk. ('onipug"
wi,' ro-presecnt. dt;
ry sUchi 6 ri4k when wefll
0.lrrv it for you at Vly.


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MeeI1ng Mieday Per Well Attended.
A Delightful Progfm.
The atteodaice at the Chautauqua
ea Monday was a little better than
ial, and those present thorou.,'ly
a0Joyed the exercises of the day.
The exercises began at 9:;.:o o'clock
Ot the mornlrg with the usual Diblical
hbar by Dr. Grosa Alexander, followed
Wr the School of Physical Education
I Prof. and Mrs. C. Rucker Adame.
a 3 o'clock In the afternoon there
Wr an hour of miscellaneous readings
by IMn. Maud McLea Stevens of
Uldhlphbi aladited by Miss Beale
Mytl., soloist.
In the evening Dr. McLean of Chl-
egn& delivered an ntoresthn and In-
s tOtive lecture o "Lake Taho, Tow-
0m and the BIt Tree." which wa
iUtrated, with a series of fine ste-
mepticon viea.
The program today will be a fol
tlows:
9:30-Blblleal hour.
10:30 a. m.-Scbool of Physical Ed.
baton, "Amerctanltus-Cause and
C(hV" ProS. and Mrs. C. Rucker

3 I p. m.-Lecture, "Old Times In
,Dixt," Dr. A. W. Lamar, Nashville,
T-OW
8 p. m.-Grand double entertain-
meat. Walden, the famous magclian.
wit an assistant. The finest eater-
talbeent of Its kind In the country.
Abo, first appearance of the famous
Otterbein Male Quartette and Hand-
Bell Ringers.

Death of Infant.
The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. F. Goodman passed away Sunday
!lght, and the funeral was held Mon-
day morning, Rev. T. J. Nixon of the
First Methodist church conducting the
service, Frends of the distracted par-
tas asympathite deeply with them in
their sorrow.
j._- --.-:e- .- -- -
Hives, ecaem, itch or salt rheum
iet-fyou crasy. Can't bear the touch
of your clothing. Doan's Ointment
crei the most obstinate caees. Why
eaffer? All drugglsts aell it.
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SWtER & PATNE



-FLORISTS


.CNIIE CUT FLOWERS
-FRESH DAILY-
Designsfor Funerals anld DIcorative
Purplnus a Specialty.

27 W. Bsay-r(ills)-Ph ae 8296
Jacke.ldU,, Fla.
Tslbgraph and Mail Orders Surue
Prompt Attention.

";L Mlia L. S i.vl-f


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Sthe dedging of ine
an d JaMpnese Mat-
V% have emtbdied their
Sooneeptiorn in our lat


~i-l,
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death of Rev. E. I. D. Pepper, which
occurred at the home of his son, W.
M. Pepper, Monday afternoon.
Deceased was a native of Phila-
delphia, and was seventy-five years of
age. He was a Methodist minister of
prominence, put owing to feehleness,
had not been active for the past
few years. Hie came to (;ulnesvllel
about three years ago, nlict'e which
time he has resided with his son.
A more extended notice of ithe lifo
and character of this grand old gentlet-
man, who was a friend of everyone.
will bo given later. Hls demlise hasi
caused a feeling of sorrow In thl en-
tire conrmunity and sympathy Is Ix-
tended to the wbreavpd family.
Funeral nrrangemnents will he, nti-


D iI lOP ISAAC VAN.

One of Mtianopy's Former Citlzens
Paused Away In South Crollna.
Information roachcd thh; city Stun-
day evcnliin o f "he du':!th (iof I.a )i. I
'n;an, which ;iad cvt i.t occurred at (t
Siomn cf bi daug ".-.1 1::. ;. '
i5'yr .rlti, ( '...ter, S. C., iii the n.cr..
Ing of Sunil.iy. death occurring fro .ii
apoplexy.
Deceased was eeventy-uine yeurs of
age, and was well maown in this sec-
tion, having resided with his family
for many years at Micanopy. where
he was engaged to the merantile bust-
nes. He was a good citizen, always
working for the best Interest of his
town and his secon, and had many
trends.
Deceased is survived by two sons,
Marion Heymanluo Camden, 8. C., and
Henry Heyma of Savannah, and
three daughters, Mrs. Sam Open-
helmer of Bavannah, Miss Minaie
Heyman of Armer, and Mrs. Leclle
Heyman of Chester, S. C., to whom
the sympathy of friends is extended.
Miss Heyman was noticed of the
death and came to Galnesville Sunday
night, taking the early morning train
for Savannah. where the funeral was
held Monday afternoon.

DEATH OF DR. PEPPER.

Old and Wlli-Known Methodist Minis.
ter Passed Away Monday.
It was with a feeling of deep sor-
rw that llr a lr' IpA 1A d tth


Louisvjlle, K'.E


DR. ROGERS TO REMAIN.


nounrlAcd Wednesday morning. Refused a Flattering Call tu Wealthy
Church of Alabsma.
WERE AFTER MONEY. llrends of iRev, i. 11to6;f. Io i, p.tir
iof '.e first t liaptllt church hi thiNl
Burglars Entered Chitty Store and (lt), will be gratified to loarn that he'
has r0lifntld A vi'ry fAiill,.rl n t i ',ll Iti
Pried Open the Safe. hat ruim n*ring cl
th- l- ipthlt church of Iiwewtoi. Ain.
larly Sunday mornillng hurg n- h hh wtt' to,,tlider-d, i at a mi '
tored the store of H. M. Cliltty ir*,r e la tay ia l, i re,,, iIi, ,
any by the aid of the store h tt. i.r.,
pried olwn the interior .aft, door. ThI fiet Ihat hr ln,. d. ci.% al d Io
Notdltlthhtandiitn the fact t tht ere r.-mai he,.re ltw apr,, i. .,d wit inli
was consilderalelt Iitone. li the safi y the in ile rs if lI onxr.ogAtli.
the would-tb buraliurn dhil not Nuc iut by all (Chrlbt tia. of ,. ir d-' 0iiil
cetd in Kgetting away with :a:iy of it. Nation iA D. I~,.r, Ii ad .l
4evldently being frightell d heflore th-y faithful and ati. t v, i ..i ,,, r nlit Lil l
had the op Iarui)rtui ty to ltiak full In clfor hil chliur( h, Ibut i the It.-.. l, ,
\eltigant~on. 1i all chart work 'i t Imw-i I.,
A strainge featIur'e of thuis w(ild lt I ader ulll in all 1 ., I, i- a ,I
robbery is th. fact that no windows uable arqul"illoli Iln tah lin tl,
or doors were broku., the Intruder inorality of the city
having gained admittance and exit In ID. Rolers atnloiuurn.! his du-,l.Ilati
suom mysterious manner. from his pulpit Biil.y mnIortain
There Is no clue to the. sould-be which was very grntfll sg to th<,.i
robber. rsn't ,

Card to the Ptbllc. IN MAYOR'S COURT.
As my term of office as a member
of the Board of Public Works will ox- Ceen With Iilleetrleo Name Arraigned
pire the first of June. and an *lec- fr Disorderly Condust.
tion is to be held next month to The aills of Justk- were st to
All this vacancy, and as I have beeo griadla ti the eusal Moo iday esteel
arged by a number of the citiseas aad of the menldpal court t we elore .s
property owners to accept the oe having brei arragnmld bt4ere Mayor
agati. I lae this oppftoratIy to an- Tholas .
onace that I cannot asaa accept IOe of these oleafder trI the "11- (
the osoe. It has beo a great me-a* hastriouk s anme of J*e awn. sad.,(
rtloe for me to have performed the though he did aot have y appear
duUti as a member of the Board of anre of belag as deoperast. toL ebarp
Pubti W6ru for the past two years. of disorderly conduct he oIae eanspull
and I feel that some oie else ahoiMlded to face brought out '.fe fact that
now nlake the sacrince and take my he had bee disorders aod he wan
place fd to 10and a co.t -
I ulerefror. earnretl) request o( op, | Josh Wouodsul. le. r lo signed UI oX
frieds that my riome he not sugCel- a charge of dslwoderly *edet was
ed at lby pablie ametas*t. lad thlt aseseled a S* of 1 antd aste
y do a vote for aw for the plae. -
oa I cannot accept It Card of Thanes.


810a of aiti Weaves trItd w fwfT tbo Imji
hi Jof as uIY ('MW"dlI ( Umd aI
s d &me or dour. bet I eaumA
-s tfe tCOrif-C. any IoMW Very
ini SIS ne neatly, W. W. HAMPTOC.
rbich we an aus at US" 6tf"Will
Wkh pa 4e'Wevu a di to give teir~he e ill Clo0
% W M iUW iS# $10 t a wekwwne te y*. Hyde A M& TI
e ~M & M &ad Pbder &s M
Asper ROdL We blk" tbm hSV% dK4& c4 10 t l
6t1 11 tis O the su cinee
Shmo ,w hi6 0t 4:35 l o- s--
''w",&* *Nakao


We desre to etrwid a a- ibedilftp
thrran to ow army Irl.ts for thet r
lklndmes .nd SyItki A4'Sljej evi
wt4the Ith Me~s&A dath o calir lit
do d~rbi R"b Or mt We sh O sab,
t.aOuk them f the I.aWI-s fe**l
@!Mo. d th ( s OWwb
1*4Mm M WN "M bo fcUM-
ULMVp .w.K A".


U S.A.
Lhondon, EltnXIIlaad


e of the Important Duties of Physicm a d
the Well-Informed of the World
is to learti !
is to learn i 't I* : I t i.a t t the l.adlin.I manufactur-
ers of net .i : :iis, ; n i t p :.,i. i*s 1 a11 the tIlost calefill as to
the uniform :: ,,:l pitp .i y ci.i t ,n, lits p' I,cvli d i b them, anl it is well
known to ph\ i.,. an.ld the \\ :-;.!ntrm. 1 gnt.Il'v!\ that thel California Fig Syrup
Co,, by r~Sso'n ,tI i corret method and rh< ictr iiipmint and the ethical character of
its product hli itn,; d to the high standing in ci.ntitic and commercials circ cs which
is accorded to -in(,cstual and rclialle holui.5s. ounl, ail. thc'retorvc, that tie n.tiun- of the
Company has Ivcoriae a guarantee of tihe excellvncc o its renled).
TRUTH AND QUALITY
appeal to the W\ell-Informed in every wnlk of life and are essential to permanent suc-
cess and creditable standing, therefore we wish to call the attention of all who would
efjoy good health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right
living wli all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what is hest each hour
of recreation, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute
to that end and the use of medicines disiwensed with generally to great advantage, hut
as in many instances a simple, wholesoie remedy may be invaluable if taken at the
proper time, the California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present
truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won
the appotl of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-.Inornud wcxcause
of the excellence of the combination, known to all, and the original method of manufac-
ture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. g
* This valuable remedy has Iwetn long and favorably known undir the, name of-
Syrup of Fig --and has attained to world-wide acceptance its lthe mlot l exice'lliit of
family laxativs, tiiad as its pure laxative principlles, obtained from Siilna, nre well
known to physicia.ls and the il 'ell-lunornied of the world to I*w th. Iwt (r of natural
laxatives, We htvel adopted the more clalborate nanm ot --Syrup of el l'-, inild lixir of
Senna-as ni t- fully descriptive of tlhe rimell, lbut doubltless it will alwnavs t
called for by the' shorter name of S lyrup ot Fig, and to get its -letfici.l hi,< t. always
note, when puiclhaa.iniai, the full name of tfi- Collimpany Calilotnia lI I. \itp Co.--
plainly printed on tli front o every palk.,i,:e. wlhetlhr yotu simply call loti S tiup of
Figs-or by the' tail inatme -Syrup ol Fis, .Itl [ll\ of dSenna- as F\iia p illot ins annd
Elixir of Senna is the in' lixalive rem'l l iniu i i ifactulle' d 1, thi' ( .ehlii.ini 'Ilakg Syrup
Co. and the scmi' l Iett'otutrt known by t. a ii.m S'i upi l'i 'in.s 1 hlihits given
Satisfaction to 1 a1:lihi ,s. The gnt'liaic I,,i .h.I c il leading itusl'.i'i .,', thio giu nhout
the United St.it-'. in original ipack;agcL~s ot ol, i.c 1 l\, the cll'nilt. pIil cil which
is fifty cents I t ,tlh. *
Evc ) I'litti, is sold unlcar lhe e 'ntl a l V,.nt tl i i o-, otii th ('ot1 puvit,1 \ ll, \\ilh the
Secretary of A tii iltunt. at \\'a:.. itition. I). ( it i i ,mi ldy i- i i iidlitltctir ed or
misbranded %\it thinl thi' aniiun oe t tli l'F oi and l iriiiAi \clt, IJ ne *oli. 1a o L.

CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.


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Sawe W l bks for S"t*i
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I .t oe-f ul ianiW4wasl, 'it'Ii .. 7.1o I mm- r -*'r I*w r .Ir Iw."'. I at I'IIV an Ry
kewlaeteilltn 'ill tttNot er iarxw 'guiiarfilto
fl4out (f)rdorw to A uditor ni vurmity, orr .'' ("'itt. I'ox
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41111Sa10s 0 ua3sdu M et op a "Tpubuiaa L
at ays there Is ysown'spa tutn asaeedea," former Governor Blaek e .T wo. 11111
** edifying in the tavestioatlo tbat told the Ham e Market Club. atpBston
been gol 1 1 ih\Senat& a few days ago. Considering that thl
3 frl M. No &aAr.......WlawsAPbiWL Co nmitte A the amei ehmptn of ai proecton,
-.-------- -l Iing all amrse a siatue whe sominatln President Roosevelt
__ _.B_ _.................. c ter. article written jit n by tour yars ago, declared that he was
F. A lWnT D... upt oHenryn RHandI etl whobd "the highest living type of the youth,
SPWI ..... ........o d e s1 W4~ tht, ( veryfthg te vigor, and the promise of a great
Or= U P oaI wa o MOC. was aU wrong withe mavy. Mr. oatry and a great ase," shows that
SW.NavISMa6hie.. Ls uewss4fe Reuterdahl is not p naval oertd sot either Mr. Bryan must be right when
Sa"* .. ..- ,nts. r~e cu' q ,s q ytht no Mid that most of the Rdosevelt
a -,'..Xm,"WadgebyTa.., t mi t. . .f.. t ,orIsthat' ** m*e.Is, Nore mllt L.var"re DeooraUc or NGovernor
Swowtf ,oay .te. "fub. out*t.p -P who bhaa h a-. deal lp Black st be a dep-dyed member of Live 5W
to ..,.- t Yontho 1 h b111 1 gipi he n h asI Club. But only think of
= r K cot w s w6trkiy ,.a wriw. s b"G sO& a Mtac h Repubeian s radpat or li'*y u we

S. r .ig... a ew at nt aa the declaraflo that thea I S aIU rL D. Do l


S b lie.Wat heal,~l~m ai as fly, declared that aAner e war. mermts of the people, HMat ruk A It carri eE o all pol D the sym am a
wk "Aet s Othe thoubt that the rhip did not .9111tadministratio J Is not Republ a 161006 1 ad Ae e
gst led, posashfre., t~ rt oft elted bvre dough tfro board, oe the se ht pe of 0edvllle and Alach so oI
61 n taooens.l.op*roabe that the ammh~rif atio. coula d be t h re proud s the efct th at Co
s gaper".eaIusbeoX .d a1 dolaroved, aod otrs th ththattrAts owar e mant Clark the a e ctien of this i m t Ca bl ks, l nI.t *y

i/ W|iieirises of adardeemest, Were not properly protected. All county, eotor ma ote m a sogeoddIat
5111OFA SM atIMrthes se4 thMeO ol P ts are technical matters that erbe, d t caeClark s tday the a ort e. I
dins M wstateea" '*e r, sad a w I s Otlen t o f dthat ali tor the Thid cnet e o3f tr tn1Jtiso a ,T* cm.S T N4 tW -.0 .
0 t n avs nal boartofre alrdl the reat powers, l omedy in to s Pleto looks like TAKE IT NOWA cu
Sai bilh beei Improveand all of the hate been t uread out nClark a citi en of theisu L. A. T w ET l
try b advertedthin- d to the lht of the bet naval con. telble enoh to the T the
**. h ow much your thoppe f ,al a traPtion ware tech nicceal lre wars that e sae e o nc s a i Ballard Snow Lia lment I o
SMat tret and proft ship that t Amrlcan navy ha .. I
built. Naval oar Rll the rdal. bunched With all the free advertising It ha

G governor Browar4 aa removed two au of the ertett s and made It ap. received in the- past year and a half,
F lorida berts d "urng the past wa r P thw l o. e Amerlcan it certainly seems as though Browns- hBrown
-4acko n .of 11 tllebroCgh and Mmar. Bar bt ba lerap lle ought to be able to start some-
poof Lake. lle. Thteore the Senate Commit, thint that would pay. Wt. M3 JOTSO Wj
S" ee on Naval Agfors has had number.
The ortageown merchant tIseree us wftneses before It. Admiral Con. The Palatha Timee4earald Is so un-
k advetista when be .s and s l Adm Capps and a number kind a to remark that "a frost sad I
S' eeod of iaerenad ales. m w i i l4N hv e "ar John Beard struck Oaiaisville at the
S jst commonn sense." that 'the charges of bad construction Sam Umie."
S, -- e unfoanded. It w as not till the d b useful" a m ay be
0Good .thi to move If you live In committee got before it Commander "Used but useful" articles may be
the iwrma placea-ood thing to watch Sims that they found anyone to "turned into money" through the 211 West Bay St. P. 0. Box 401. Jacksonville, Fla.
the ada. for time before deciding on aree with Mr. Reuterdahl. Cont. simple alchemy of classified advertlUs
Sthe ew pce,. however. ma4s lid tmhat onavy CAME GOODS, EXPRE88 PREPAID Special Offer.
ipoaohwater 1eb are now a soaree wrA tp besides many thelrs that De8oto Rye. Idlebrook Whiskey In Dram -Distill
S a the lakes of this saetic. It had ~not e bri He ld that 4 P* ull Quarts 5............. 00 lery Bottling-Exprss Collected.
.rs t at the fishermen have ,Ameran .ano. not know the Ti le Hn SiMS t It *l ruQuarts............ ::::::::::: 7 00 Pints in drum..............33.00
gth e el saao Ao n lors 414 know the Tiwile ni lever 'u t lFull Quarts..............7.00 200 HaLf-Pints in drum......... 33.00
ked the goose thit laid the golde n or of the wol. And be l 12 Full Quarts................ Sold only in druin-wil not break
egg." Maid other things of the same sort. Mst people do not realize the 'larm- 123 ull Quarts (freight prepaid). 12.00 drum.
But as soon as h started Ia to say Ing Increase and remarkaLle prevalen Vk l eorma k the North should not lsagreeable thla p\ the committee eWhi ek yd is 4 Pull Quarts ................$ 3.20 Old Homnted N. C. Cor i..ke.
yleek the fct that March and abt hima Up as though tey were W kordersst rct t Pull Quarts ................ 4.50 n gallon ug, express pad...$ 2.50
April re the moat delightful mothb afraid of fading out something. This order cm are tmn 12 Full Quarts .............. 9.00 Corn Whiskey-Express oillect
01 the year on Florlda-espeellly did not meem very good either. If diseaiiseal.atpre- Old Halifax Rye. Rocky Ford, per bottle........$ 1.00
April Uere Il anything in the charges alos they are 4 Full Quarts ................ 4.20 Rocky Ford, per case......... 1000
S' ,..th.e navy It ought to be almost tnle last Full Quarts .............600 N. C. White and Jug.......... 1.65
E-a ah\t rccognizcd by 12 Full Q ......... I. C. White, Bitter.......... 2A0
Mr. Taft is playing politics for all Ni.Wt oat. That Is what the InvestI. paticP t itl PLy. 12 Pull Quart 1200 C. White, e............. 2.50
there to to It, while the uxdenrtrap' Sgadag. nmittese i for. If the -.Csidans, wAo oa Sunny South Rye. Laurel Valley Corn............ 3.00
1. pser of the War Department have to untrue, they will be se- t. dn te e, hle th e 1,y. 4 Full Quarts ................$ 2.75 Rye Whiskey-Expres Collect
attend to the Government business fly 46";ed. The comments of Cos L, s .uderm'nn s t'e system. 18 ull Quarts ................ 4er Gal.
wc Taft Is paid to do.ander Sims sound on the faF ..e of Wat To Do..
w Tt paid to do. ander S sound on the fcle of There is comfort in l theknowledge o 36 Full Pint...............12.00 Copper distilled and Jug........ $1.65
--them like unreasonable erit m, buttoften epresaed, thAt Dr. Kilmer's Yellowtone Bourbon Queen City ................ 2.00
The dogwood, jasmine and other thk-Naval Committee Is s r going to Swamp()t, the great kidney rented, Bottle.................. Yoto50 Sunny South ................ 2.50
Blowerp sow perfume the woods i get at the truth by shutting up the fulflhlq every wish in curing rhemittiatism, ..................... 1200 Rye Malt. .... .. .......... 3.00
all direction from Oalnesville, and witness and not allowing him to taL. Imihn l the back, kidney. liter, bladder * ********* ** e Specl... .............. 4.00
it daoen the ulad and body good The b needs to be thrbed out. P vpart oft "tsurina ae. Old Boon Express Cllected. Rien Mill ......C.o.l....td. 4.00
Sthet msind and o ye to be thresed t It orrects inability to h; we Bottled lu bond by U. S. Government. iPlanter ............... 5.00
to spe a day amons them. jW thei more publicly the better. and scaling paiu in passing it, or bad
Seffects following use of liquor, wine or 1 Full Quart .................$ 1.25 Old Boone ................... 5.00
e ld railroad employ commercial and overcoes that pleasant ne. u Quarts ................ 12.00 Williams' Private Seal........ 6.00
for damages delres 4 has beo do that ina'. sure of the ailibuster during te day, ad to gt up man---SEND US A TRIAL ORDER-
S pr Ived of 3,000 hours that should have o Maao, ad her elaems fr dasafeu tas during the an ht. e miln ani d a -
eek devoted to mastlsttng his food. besal of "the Vancouver riots, are the extrao~inrayt edmet of Root "__'__
Petty good meal to requirs bag two ma" o advance tIs soon realize. It sn tde"hibeu
t @w, o sgalliasat than appears at Art tranlog ae. If yoea med a icitEiA BA Rt
S0, 1. tt ., edltla of I s. in It te sleeptla dos wakla T n you ld ha the best. Ko1 b drAg.
.L. ttlm..edi 'toer of The Ocate gists tiu thy-t ad one-dollar ulws.
es Star. a candidate for the 'ese 0ci who have a may he ample bottle and a
Legislature fkm Markan oanty. Mr. rtidng HBa. D. U. PFetoar for alas out it. bothmntffre
Mttlaor deserves the ooe to wktkh matods of adverttIg are begiantang ,v mail. AddrADr.os. A n R .
he res. ad. S ...u ..... o. ..that ... s .., he Is a the mos K Air Line Railway
Swe tt m" e w lyoktowh of all t lMd Idat r tii ee tis pper and doae't
Sel Is muh perturedl oveor th Unlted lState Senator. m ,ake any' mistake. but remember the
Re that i aval pepertse over -e ________ .ime Ib. limfs pawnmp(ot. sad r ru.urnttv
v uiae tomh ..b.1 Sweet po toe5 Se said to be re ~ Ms mg ... v. BAVANNAH, COLUMbiA, CAMDEN, DOU.
o s Msh ra its s-e .... In Te... at 61 pe *heL THERN PINES, RALEIGH, RICHMO1D,
pu uw ag -w suu .a Ujestly the former. at uth I l.-.......


v r. s. Perhaps I. t is a w tty a awesr o Both rtc
spirsy ag t ritat tm to tbl pr able c
The Ocal Bannr remarks tht
" olri a00 all ot er Sats t The fact that there have beenso
"roa exoe all other Statia the reent utmatesa o the taereased a t At our BaAk an Iwmr one 4 our
lh of w oryte Iduotry. Also it of tbe PaSnam ecaal ought to go some Pwrtkt laViS Bankh-op~a an a-
er spoe industry. Also ir h r what toward restortag ansial oe. coumt, ud e esing a pnotion tl
ldiustry. Also to her clgar Iadutry. ad your reua W W pay Four P
b b pb applk andustry. Also C(lent Inbesst, ecmponaked quarterly.
s her poaluhate Industry. Also n -
Mhe tarpetlae Oidustry. Also In APPARING OLD
Iaa oUher Industree. And Florida IIj Ai
S b h face turned .ll to the mfroat Ae a e * Pres"ba e y. a
and Is go forward In lepe and metw. 2II
hdsT." Yen emanol afror4 to grvw oiI
S -- la ths o y s( tstrwnaot... eer'I s --y o -- -oer t-.--on-- IIIa
it to Scqc eary to m a a,. s I '.. .
The Im heartily agre wit11h Tbhe t er *ootutp ane. ,2' "
Tfe'Ualkt toi the followlang e. It WTm1" bl ato 4o the .tth.'St r*-
resslofd e.tl.et: "Anyon owhoe *fteang a luurt. os rowth t>( horo.
The pisna ce otf al Etf Itr. -ate t he
IAomlMltUtln & crime. takLes all the p of a bjrWr t r rir. t h>i
chances of the death of Iftnacnt r ., t,,t l *io n
a0me ratting from, hIp act. whou ti .,wbr'. S iry,, 1, t W .*,t' k-
uke', .u* c It vab of r 4 t-. 4, 1- |a" P |,
aktLd. I ato.tre W Ut Iwo viw m t sot k l e,
The crltamal Whe oaftB oat to cu ta g a w vll a. n caf ur.
Sit a crale d taI ety those M A aiht n" Stw" ttluL-therl| s m. om VAbS
O*wi'. a bhan. e0s d*C tt he brgtear Xrs ."mv I*. lvQ N
should be heaga evet he dose otu DtrI. lMlr
Lad arr f* hI e mer a p mTwodew-" e*tn .1
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Three Elegant Trains Daily:

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Modern Pullman Equipment

The SEAbOARD FV llolltA !.IV IT i-",.i ]all a vest_
trails. Rt Aotust.ne nd Jack), 11, I, I '. Y:k v RikeM d M d
'Wahlnetton [Itlln C r (a |L ra rt e ,'rvi k DI Rigble g'I
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For full tnformatkn aad s*i., ... r rv ion i
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I ford is crowdetl with toorisf
mor being there this season than
' ver before.
The members of the Cincinnati
baseball team are now in 8t. Augus-
tlne practicing for tne coming season.

Geeral A. W. Gllchrist, candidate
for Governor of Florida, has estab-
oIs L headquarters In Jacksonville
for,%e primary campaign.


:florlda Grand Lodge, Knights of
Swill be held In St Peters.
beginning tomorrow, the 11th.

St. Petersburg has just held her
mualcipal election, everything pass-
lng off quietly. Dr. H. A. Murphy
was elected mayor over A. P. Avery.

'A serious shooting affair took place
at Floral City Tuesday, in which the
town marshal. Tom Allen, was killed.
also the negro who shot the marshal.

The Dade fity Vegetable Company
ls-shipping bucuimbers this weekat
$1.26 per dozen. Everybody in the
to m is enthusiastic over the success
of the company and every man who
ees get up enough money Is going to
put up a glass house and raise cucum-
bers.


The board of public Instruction of
Duval county have taken active steps
to prevent any such accident to the
school children Jacksonville as that
which occurred in Collinwood, Ohio.
ire escapes will be placed In every
building, and will provide tfor fire
doors that will open outward on the,
platforms. -
A few days ago Harry Warner, who
lives at Utopia, on Lake Okeechobee,
between Clements creek and Cypress
creek, was walking along the banks
of the latter, when he found six or
seveh rare coins In gold dollars, the
newest being dated 1852. Many of
the coins dated away back. He feels
very proud of his find.-Fort Myers
Press.
A Washington dispatch says that
President Roosevelt has Issued an or-
der setting aside "all small mangrove
and soft grass islets, shoals, sandbars
rad sand spits" in Mosquito Inlet, on
the east shore of Florida, near the
;0 oths of the Halifax and Hills-
\t borough rivers, for the use of the de-
".' rtment of agriculture, as a "pre-
serve and breeding ground for native
birds." The reservation will be
S'known as Mosquito inlet reservation.

BlUnd Tigers were once numerous
SiJna Daytona but since so many have
b"e convicted the "blinkers" are be-
Scoming scarce. The Gasett-News
dae not mean to say, however, that
ae Mqor is being used in Daytona.
r p Irtng "red eye" Is a very
protable branch of the express com-
Sliesa bs s sad one corner of the
M a1 oloe Is deiasted as the "boose
mier.'" One morning this week
there, were sixty-four packages of
M ior la the o e awaiting delivery.
S.*Da ytgs OauettNews.


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RU5-90WN PEW[LE OF

SlNESYILLE NEED



The Modern Stnreth Ctor
and Body-Buildr.


Many people right here in this vi-
cinity are all run-down and hardly
able to drag about-don't know what
ails them.
In ninety-nine cases out of a hun-
dred this is caused by overwork, too
close confinement or continued strait
and worry.
Our local druggist, W. M. Johlmon,
says: "Such people need Vinol. or
cod liver preparation without oil,
which contains in a highly concen-
trated form all of the medicinal and
strength-creating elements of cod
liver oil actually taken from fresh
cods' livers but from which the use-
less oil has been eliminated and tonic
iron added."
Vinol cures conditions like this be.
cause in a natural manner It Increases
the appetite, tones up the digestive
organs, makes rich, red blood, and
strengthens every organ in the body.
We ask every man. woman and child
in this vicinity who is run down, tired
and debilitated to try Vinol on our
offer to return money If it falls.-W.
M. Johnson. Druggist. Gainesville, Fla.
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ARREDONDO NOTES.

Arredondo, March b.-Misses Lila
Frasler and Theresa Bevlle favored
Gainesvllle with a visit Friday and
Saturday.
Willie Chesnut of Galuesville spent
Saturday with his father. W. T. Ches-
nut.
0. T Barry spent Sunday with
friends in Gainesville.
The Arredondo school, under the di-
rection of Miss Lila Frasier as prin.
cipal, is getting along nicely. There
are eighteen pupils enrolled, and all
seem to manifest a deep interest In
the school and their work.
T. C. Deville went to Rocky Point
Sunday, spending the evening with
friends.
The farmers are busy now making
their stands for the corn and cotton
crop. which promises to be large.
Arredondo is forging ahead. Among
other Improvements contemplated is
a new depot, which will be provided
with a waiting-room and other con-
ven lencets.
AIllc Roosevelt's Wedding
Was something to be recorded ID
the annals of history. Herblne has
been acknowledged the greatest of
liver regulators. A positive cure for
bilious headaches, constipation, chills
and fever, and asi liver complaints.
J. C. Smith, Little Rock, Ark., whtes:
"Herbine Is tne greatest liver medi-
cine known. Have used it for years.
It does the work." old by W. M.
Johnon.

Will Net Re"et ap Pow.
Tokl, Marrb 9.--"Jpaa win Mse
retort to forecin coomeedot wVl 0I
set r o f th stoeamr Tale aUa m-
le eomapeUed to do so by te 6AW
of Cbtna." This statee- was $I*
en to the Aasmoetated Pram eaorr
v a Ubl authority a the U I!
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years. ThMtree tr e I ws ld to
a phytesl that I had Ir dig m
;- of the k-ey.s I or1 te0 b
esMaa fy or th0m tI restbis
-t reIlts. Aft reaieS the
I have mestOrs-- I pa n d m
of this ma Caper's IWe Ibe
heeMn mauded by what t dIa
fer mea I was relred to rme eta
wtthi 24 hour. Today my l esih
hetr than for ive year, sad e I4b
SI can all. my kid.r UIe hm
dltappono
"My wile. who had stomach tIsUf
Ir some time. tried the pplsilM
after mnlag its artoe s mla W eS
ad her aiprwovenest ts fully s mM'
ed a s alo. bse new dea "I
thfe tlme a day wttbeot ay diS
whea Her er w M M
left be I ertbly blert mt tMa
soemn Is fuar )w**d
doduL hbaw a mri.U
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THE NEWS PROM |BLROSE.

Pleasant Outing*-Vilet of Masonic
Offeer-New Arrivals.
Melrose, March 9.-Dr. a il Mr. J
B. Curtis of Orange Height. 'It, r-
talned a number of their M.'lr,,ot
friends at lunch on Thursd:t' ihe
long drive from Melros had -halirp.n'i
ed all appetites and every~,t~,b dlid
full Justice to the sumptuous, r,'lpat
provided. The menu canslst ti),f r:i\
oysters, oyster soup, a a trout, fried
chicken and vegetables sal.uil and
dessert.
MIs Flora Morris gave a d.'li:htful
picnic at Parrish Hammock ,n Frl
day, Mrs. Hamlyn having 'r kitil.y
placed her motor launch at hr dis.
posal. A folly crowd of flft-.cn start
ed out at an early hour for t heir
destination, where a happy la.y wia
pleased with various games. .\ ,l.
lent lunch made a pleasant iplirtun
Ity for rest. The returns hoiui. A:t
enlivened by many sons .-.rtl
solos on a megaphone furni.-!l n ii'wi
amusement
The Home Mission Sociin of the
M. E. church will give a 'il at
Mrs. A. W. Cralf's on the' iMning of
March 16. An admission oi i" ,',,its
will be charged, for wlhic. r. frih
ments will be served. A a' t. lin(
party" will be uart of the ,prorali.
and everybody is requested ;:, oriing
something to swap with hi.- i l,,,r '
Mrs. J. A. Remmel will r:,I ;t i,:tier
on "War.on Tuberculsls" at the nie'xt
meeting of thit, Ladles' It- i.iry ;atl
Debating Society, MarchI' i:
Melrose odg 89. P. atd \ M \was
honored at their meeting on, tunrdiv
by the presence of the R. \\V' 1) <;
M.. Wm. Lake. of htarke. wt hin ithl.
morning session assisted In confer-r
ring the E. A. and part of '1 "Itt. It-
gree. In the afternoon a c'laptr of
the Eastern Star was orgavnlat. Quit,.
a large number of ladies w r,' prtsenit.
Orange Heights. Waldo anti I~.x belig
represented, and the full aiiumber of
members were ready to nlRn the pe.
titlon for the establishment of t chap.
ter in the near future.
Robt. Blngham. Ftt7hburg. Mass,;
1. P. Moore, Elisabeth, N. J, aid A.
D. Oordgn, wife and sales of I'hilla.
delphis, Pa., are new arrhal at the
Huffman House.
TO THE PUBLIC.

We Are Agents for Parslatn Sage and
We Know the Guarantee is
Genuine.
Parisian Bage. the quick acting h'tlr
restorer is guaranteed--
To stop falling hair.
To cure Dandruf.
To cure Itching of tile scalp
To put Ufe into fadi'l hair
To make harsh hair soft and lixur
lat.
To make hair grow or money back
Wat Parlslan Rax.' did for Chas.
I. Bakdr, it will do for you. Red the
following:
"I was so bald and such a shining
mark for ry friends that I. as a last
resort, tried your Paritas Sage
(after trying several bottles of the
hhibly advertsed and hlgh-pried rs
deled hair restorero sad I am glad
to ayl I mow have a heavy growth of
mew hair. I m OW 44 years old aad
I have a heavy growth of pew hair
after varying my shialtlg ark for
ever ems years. I gladly reooo-
*sed urtulas Sage to all alcted
with haldaese"-Cbah I BIaker, 451
Ma S t. Sat Rocbter, N. T.
It it the aot dellhtfl hair dress-
lag made. sad Is a Ireat ftortte with
adles who desir bautilal sad iso r
Iat hair. Price so ates a bottle
at W M. uJohas's ~w by mall charges
prepaid fro Otrou f. Co.. I d-
ao. N. T.


Dr. KELLEY PLEASED.

$*be@% 1 Use Weet Bw Ar's ePes
perl t oad Delfg Vi0e Were.
Dr. 3. L. KeIIeky rtosdeo
PubIe Imotruim (iua f1Alheh ebeus I',
hs rWarmedod from lts0 in the West
MWd, whrev he he.s 1-008sn a 6o40
clal vTIMt f the wls' three or l t
dams
Dr Kelly feols to meew patlie dS
at the c"UWttks 1# e.hir b be funnl
thorn arboa i otette4 The "bu il,
MWsad etlets esfik. seemto mariftf.-i
a deep reaOwlt it. he remit that
they ore soriagu'stlber sd io
balmydlt This matne smeeses hI'I
for the sebee falow h a. both l
are pThe aah Notheb the ekansrs
am ~ tWodsb rem d Ue a OOPr &
w Ka l w- w o a pW Ae~ -
po-
Do% so drolh T


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naamatorphhre norswwtal.
gIOT ?4AIIC OTIC.

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Apedect Peerwdy far CorsUw
tirion. Sour Stommch.Diarrhfta
Wormrs.Convulsions Fevmrish-
itcss "d LOss OF SumY.
lac 3inwk S.gitature of

NEW YORK.


L XACYT COP O Wo APPrf.
L mso


CASMIA

For Infant mnd OhildreU


The Kind You Have

Always Bought


Bears the

Signature

of


In


Use


For Over


Thirty Years




CASTORIA
mu ewsee .eu~nw. me ss


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THE STREITmDAVENPORT

We invie oksory humnwske.r to rall id td ugMw.r1R sMoe, oo tw
P41a', and rasmia. tip 4twit I Isvsws tw"yt
tiIi 1usd sr eoFters to the obik. )b, nLwuskvd II bndel o mannamm
"I s rijflin MaInd t r lrMaking 1OW U cMOUNPt1e Wl1J IM @e
T13wgife. wn.t mi inWt like other W-akmu livengrn bole-it Is cum-

The Itusflt *'lrvia (hair, with1is ". veot, i simply gueit.
MX)M IV A-.i4 X 11 %11 %r TH F V .rvv 1dioto sylst ole S6o
hiltlun. lPriam v r rs'wwis. b.n worl or ArCwId It

L LI N1lt, lf 103 East a
awl 10 11 ill cal* l ouNJ I ts wit' a u IuS etf "I phulufo esa tsof ill t 0 sylse,
ftiws awl all Ini ismagltosa m'nry

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SOMEBODY BELIEVES I US


I'.*? I It I I or #Ie- tit ,efr".
Der~. ;;r.! ofir dfj.lelppit~ AIs '


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$200o 115M). 41)
152,i657.25

.'' $ 7e 3.1


The Gainsville National Bank
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oH Now Goesoto the W" aOW me
Cominitoee-4poff okuo w, iler
pliflnnte NMneow sem, em Gowf"
Waehlogtoeo-4iee Appohutmam
osM2" Oo im Se hsa ab eam
) wjl Sk. o 0* Mar* t-sep
ro5mUWtive o U. Grimg of oo*
~'"g *.v~ ~Ucm. of thematj
.M~ 'w~se vqr delivered of th*
ofer .f the oAge. r Of pras3t
detting with ash rstd f Nee&q
*mvope Judger Gr~gs~ wh~ a;
pVts ohis"?o f t" serview eoqo
11th bbh wvrl in Oomps.. -s
ade goodbye t bobl4 di ism tm
the 1.st.jt aaEP S eads arvtwl.
heeb beauifW Lo l mm tha
p-At&A to the Ways ad I (am.Coo
=n$ Pk i.s. au S(** 62#la4 be. Mt
ems. me8 to a fair' t, mem
fold aste HoVN about bob"whom be
Slnt came to (7oamgu resa slsgris.
am Of$ o 00000 hems e hr
r" l delivery, md tanida o ISOW
of tli .e dT dieto iP lsred
*4 by bi'saI the 06k Oomgmsus ask.
and r.*404 how be tougft Oft out is
tapprop'lstlou of #U60 liW.
UAg 10to fod" ane "No

es a up to MIooy ,000, and at
ter that there .146 nve r a buggtos
o* oPPwlOSoa for rurlr liveryry.
It binnin kbmoma p~r edlaga0s .me
S cm~ the Xepablicm party of Phlse
dophis puttlnt ibter platform. U.
preeseded to tlk of the advantage
AoStPeople, bccb ohfthe townssaou
thi COuntrY, and oth rural delivery
-parcel`0 pee wbick means a parcels
0"1 odeftoex *clusively to navl
routs without, the 4aterventlon of
"lWay mail eiwruiq, or str "tout
SWV. O, or "I other kind of mall
Al of. v w iakge malned oua
' -tb* mout, spma end either on that
routs or a n oNs rOtM Wwith whiOA It
t., dtly omeetsn. And An toise ow
aeptisia he yAnuuted to the I publlo
fati who arefighting the proposed



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'air nk m ohw hapim
IfIisuam towwescan"o pput Owtsne
wpavbh In or wwork at thedo kn hau
WOrW, mrmlau wandi let as prove
yaw 7.0 Ifntosanmt b mitaken.
WS AhNIWM c doth od plaf
h."oui4r PatIn am dp *orA bs ft
igsasd & IL W. 6m4 PImwm .11,
Ibhrlt Irur. Ou vubbe,. me
i~l'o ~y~r red and d plink.

Our Aacg' inaah froem Ava (Iold
Allley. mra-V am alloy as n on td
In Ax siMn cw4er.yth Is the' DhM.
we ch sa mch uMrA4I-i- t our work
E~ blkrG If l 41ll ir. whu Mp"S M 'Ub,
mk. ant 4"M ith. a h m b% %i 80
t &jX 4owiw Ilmn ollvpr tdnWu'
lint it hi yrtr rown "I m-vwuI~
&Iv* VO 4W u asn Wab.'sM?


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We bmwb suj rs iatuoauata fo
Me W l teuls, ant .wh In-
'Cwrmlsge~she~t l m


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seaion
/ P


IICHNG TORMENTS
tm It patheb l of iemmna, tt.4


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and It i to r hbbs ,atet t
and care for the water.
V ib. e country as they
fr ,! 6caseent-message of the Prei.
40 to fogureo a rsuestlon to thJi
*"-to a de, and likey Mr. .Uerbo
beY 1'm ost In tnfraunlng the Ulsel
enacted d net wimnw.
T 41,000 mile of onavigable
Mirle streams In Mr. PUes
S 4w, district, mnd t. Is to i
r Iwih A not be slow to look aftW
the a t ..R of his own tas an
ditr t. BEN. S. BU VAN.
T '. W. H. N,. OCItTY
win WS -ntertWumet at 1irOes

-Mse *t 8he Wnd her nole h
asNht of Northvsms.

mo nThe W o wMa'sN..
AMWAty of MAIross organH<
l2 i It withp dtx oMmb re /
rseatem ateo bers Thse
r0SutOItBlU todie an arehavin
t y Vr interesting ad profitable
mee. oTheir meenaterg e both
bhimshe and Inspiring to all who
The aol ty I vell ofloweed and
sey Mt ured, and is dstiand to
8aoGMVAm a great work for the
eaet @o Ohrist.
The aOety hba arranged to give
a entertaminaent on the night of
iat 1th. at the residence of Mrs. E
Jeale' Craig. She and her noble bus.
IbSd wil do all in their power to
m e It a. happy occasion for all press.
Aent. I
A bemwtal program will be render-
ed, ftpbantrs will be served, and
a 'a admimssalon fee of 10 cents
will be charged. -
The proceeds of the entertainment
will either be used on the church or
parsonage. Ample provision will be
made tfr a large gathering, and It is
hoped that at leaLsone hundred per- Fi
msas will be present. The publicly
sordially Invited to attend. Prater- P
ally. T. L. Z. BARR, Pastor. Atl
h* *-*--- -Peork

CMTOR IA atsi
ts an hildre. the lI
his t


%*^i'AC

"I wrote you for advice," writes LeI4 tgood,
of Sylvia, Tenn., "about my terrible 'beck and
monthly pains in my abdomen and shods. I
had suffered this way nine years and fiw doctors
had failed to relieve me. On your advcefl sook
Wine of Cardul, which at once relieved myn pains
and now I am entirely cured. I m sul that
Cardul saved my life."

It is a safe and reliable remedy for al female


diseases, such as peri-
odical pains, rregulari-
ty, dragging down sen-
sations, headache, diz-
ziness, backache, etc.


At Every Drug Store In $1.00 bottles. Try it.



lCARDI


TNER S. JORDAN.


W. W. HAMPTON.


ORDAN & COMPANY


INSURANCE


PORTER BI OCK


OAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


re, Life and Accident .o~ . I I I:
i -


lioneir Citizen Passes Away. 11I
lanta, March 9.--.Iohn Calvin
, a pioneer citizen of Atlanta, Il U
Thursday nignt after an illnesea
c weeks. Mr. Peck was one of
ladln bduildCersand contractors ol. Novelties,
Lme. and constructed many 'prom.i


legislation to etablish a limited I.M 1k IK YT Have Aways' Bo i t nent buildings in Atlanta. He built
cels post that "when a few'of e have 10 te 1 t, the old Mar~aml house, the old capt
seeded In making It a success, as tol, the ol Klmlall house, the build
a few have of rural delivery, you p t rof fan at Fon Mc'Pherson, the building
wi ao add it to your platform, and I_ at the Cotton States and Internationad
wll before it t, o yu pUor,-- e xporitlon, and the bulklings of the
not Ir 3 old Piedmont exposition. Mr. Peck
Largely on account of the persist. EuIs suri ved by his wife ali three chil
eat effort of Judge Orlis the appro. L 11 U bdren
priatt for rural free delivery "arrteer l
thbl year reached the amount of $35,.* ---I.^- A a by
000,000. Also It is widely known that POf the Stret Away from Dirt and Should be sunshine In the hon.,e and
the de t In the Postofce Depart- Piles-Over' Iagnet, Weill be If you gve It Whlte (n
ment of $6.0.000.o last year, which Side of Square. wermifu e the greavet Wohitns ('rini
iaf been reduced to that amount er.
slnce the opening of the rural free Oryters prepared and cooked properly. ci.e ever offtere to 'r ".
delivery service. rotn $17,00,000, S teaks and chope broiled-not tried. manit This remedy is i of-
would have beun wiped out entirety Any special dish desired can be had Ing the permanent fixture of well
re,ulated hous.holds. A mth,
but for the increase in salarles, about on short motic. with ldre. ct gt a Wthout
6,000,000 of which went to the rural NOW bottle o White Cram err wlfu
carriers; for which the whole world Just "aew words about Regular bottle houe. te'. rream I u rmest an
knows Judge Origg fought during the Meals: Morning and night any kind med icn tha t o ney can by. Sld
entire iesa on of Congress until aco of meat that's o the market I. here by W. M. Johnny
compllhed. .t or your chetoe. Egg why, yee! _,,,,' __
la conoluilon Judge Orlgs said: "I they $p ylth y anpper or breakfast
take a great pride In the fact that I order-tred, poaed, scrambled or it
was one of the aevenn men ast oan Ym piU fer, an o meet
the sab-committw of the Poest toog MSN
Oormmttee. which made up a bi, who D rsaw: Hemreasuapgie bill of farm Kentucky Bo
wee the drivi force for the estab. lm Tharday-4a~ D ck. Crowa d
llebmet of the rural delivery, uad Potato, Sweet PotatUs Oaulltwer.
I hope to live to ee the same with Pied 0 B tee t. L1t1ae 1iced Toen.
regard to a limited parcels post." to" l"Ad Pear *
Gin"" L I- l -eahU,. a th da" -to c tOe o. .O aclse thea a o
I O~me ,,auu ,,,n.SIs ~ o .I e
On the night of February to M a t mo I VW dT to M .
3Joe80 Cano., or i0Usele na Joe a a 10 W | bfo r, 3k
e Ie tamfllly called, aad Represenat- A es11taia few
sare* Heals of A*bma& wqe the It e want -tos atrtla a te w
prftipal eftakre at Alexandria. Va. tr at a NMastei banquet held to I ha th pie la you can a bw f Q
eorge Washilaiton lode room. and Ar topr-C. -- as w a o as4 a ATT
both gentleoan were permitted to sit _tot. ethl erbm, Wj
n the chair aeed by Washitnton when LAAM
he was Worabipful MaUter of the UP M-
odks. t'nle Joe, in poakling of Mr. *h "
HIella's *p&ebIhtad: l"cla*in sech *K W1 : a
on Uh rle Washington deserves to be ***V Ia If ***
trea urn aumoul the clalsc It was YO a MCt r goods
a eatl speth. Of. nel W eek a y otW point. ron
This banquet is aa annual mkUrabr *- 61r7 a gde of li
tiuu with the Masmicn hIod* of Alex iat even If i t should tak
andria. who ni4t each year at Wash Wrth while. Gooc
rlatou old h uo ad hbou d Nrta. ,, ..r hI._. to oe. and our i
rpvero his narm on his birthday. %. _. A -- ae.. .-. I u torP O aOrffia C


uhofSoote e Sth Carolina Fortwat
S Thb is is uly the setod term t iT
WA&14 J Odwia K eI e I:hw for lhon. J. NE I IO R Y
put s& by e & of S&nth Carti'iia. ivort helem e $M f a A
ww aw am *me is ~ was appotmd to thu1 0 ptItaut ILV Co La-
w evee on ItrvretH.rborte.aaRivr. sd Harbsrs ov
somber of u.,iremtlvow wh sat
at a M WA 'rashi0 Is reeki th oW as% ervo by ba IN Jm y u
A. LgMwhile01Tis loet acth m was r We of
u wnerbeforw cxbafc mtida na my elba I-u ONO* 04 r"
ROA outh Csil Reprneemtadvw stmom
**f ~,. sOari a l es* of WWr leO. Wad Ata
rq~-- -~ILI INI O O 11. compuoa at to ur Bwhefte's~;~


ftib at BOU
W"gr tIPe Jthe world-ran

DlWe pay eqnm


Sonuvenirs,
and Picta

l06 Ei
GAIESYILLB,


N. Norton

Books, Stationerl
, Sheet Pictures
ire Frames @

Ist Liberty St It,
*. -FLORIDA


SI lMlE

SAVE VE" "'x:
By Buying Your BREAD from

KEYSTONE BAKERY


I'lione 164.


ft. T. SClIHAfl lrep


For years we have been m ing the
Baking of hundreds of eatleldi ou
tomers. Are you on the NItf g f not,
It'e never to late.


irbon and Rye-


nm Whiskies

rtd to sut purchaer.
PREPAID
wtm us glas)
WILLOW DALU RY
Old aid Fraat .


ALLAN SINCLAIRt
GCeda Cor- .
Twelve Ft Qurts


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from us about u quickly a
z us you are sure of re
quon. and to get this a
e very much loner, theU ti
d quality m whwhiaky M
name is your safoeard. We
Corn was dWWl byuastin So
rbon and Rye are the r
owned Kentucky wvh .
s Money Order, or New Toa
Charge and guOraat M


"VI W Din It-.It Rigt.."

The Swift Creek Distilling Co

LOUtBTIYL KY.


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A to be Pit tadn CI O, O Myou T
Administratio .* an osa a

Washington, D. C., March 7.-Porto tSUlin lesh1. .Ud wwIman.
Rla will soon have its only national Ra l sa Muvnw
forest under administration. Mr. Roth- s o tha
Itsl, of tge United States Forest
gervce, has Just sealed from New "
York for the island to make a study T!e askae of On Pw~-jp.Morvt Pi
forest conditions and outline a plan emtia. bA the 1Oe of awe moYen
Management of the LoqulUo Nation- 4IBm obeDbl i s l ed a as
rl sort. as tigislw, v mt oa at WMh ha the
T?~ Loquillo is the only National 0saagt o e"~ ) r WtofIS1lasM
in the insular poasesaon of ei ii t irw ue
United States, and while It was t Io es, alkie06a1edW 0V%6 i1h"Ai
Ia 1903. provisions for its ad- se f "e. o1rso a W gIa- Wf a
&A Is to Is, s.4' upls 4
n were not made until mbw mm 1
li Jauary, when the Comptrol- *
of the Treasury affrmed the Jurtl. The Fter a t D. rtPleas rbvew Pfe
ictl6 of the Dypartment of Agricul- S 2l2 UscS aWlt f_ l
over the forest. alcoho"L msueIateL ae"' b 'htmua
The forest takes In a little less than W dA 0emes M l Mo aU" aa Y eId
,000 acres and Is located In the g amm a n iti atTm atSw
ortheatern part of the island. Mr. Iue a t
who goes to make the plan
t Ift administration and study of Its
orest conditions, is eminently fitted
the work, having had long ex-
nee In forest work both for the md 95e weaiellshema3
ernment and for private corpora-. lb DoulM u kl ta d PlmM
Mr. Rothkugel, on reaching esau a h .ariinm tom a of e o is
Rico, will confer with Governor "svmmlaOIidim oisedilamd"1 l-
d lnm tn1 ars bxool m a aeu to
who has been exceedingly anmx- rch m as mm aImo rCt C yo
Stha the forest be put under early ioml4rtAmtI
Istration. He will spend three * *
ths studying conditions and mak- A m boklet y lrit wtth amma
his plan and. will report to For- INdies Mt elatMlbsbitis o th e mtry.
r Olfford Pinchot willle aIbel1uW t Iw ear em mia sa
a addrlfen elMNOOt wg sMame Aadda
While in Porto Rico he will select SmaDV.Mwiitah m aT.M
appoint native raers, picking ,, ,
who have a thorough knowledge by whhlb time the detail of Forest
forest conditions In Porto oo. Agent Rotbkugel's plans will have
SlaIn keeping with the Govern. ban worked out and approved by the
O' policy of putting all National forest ooers in Washington.
S under administration of local
CANAL WORK PMIOREM-N.
9aMy of the laws governing the
n of the National Forests in AI PrSe M Wateway Can M
isomuntry will not apply to Porto Opend Sofere 1112.
forests, because of the different Panama, Mak ?7.-.he. awes.
tions. It is expected that the paper ere ea m t tawably on the
National Forest will be pat estrlmnary amout of oal ea-
actual administration next tall, vatsons for the at ta oI PbIrary.
--- -.. a tf catoae upoa* t m
e fale. w kM amo pm lbls the opeata
of the oaal besorez lS.
As a sort of elaIbtIo la S mor
of the rstma of Uetmlmt Ookod
SGeorge Gofthal, the chiea usd
n'wr of theo Pmawm eaul who has
beea ti Wasalto tr ease time
pent, the total amat takS fro m u-
lebra aot WeSdeely, as rported by
the alseer to oaba4s, was5.14 on
bei yars. t his wms taken oat is
i hoons by th e *amploTot of er-
S. tyright astenam or on qe a the
hottest days of the easoa. TMa
record axceda all previous reoor
since the Aserezcni have ssmtned op
gratin of the work.
Tnr ---*&sl r*Os e


am a fire-engine when your
kie is on fire, because it in-
Ktiy secures the entire value
your home--tat is, when
br name* is penned upon a
Oag policy for


Fkh~rre


al a--mds& Wiatar w
W& ld idshiblg bim.. How
ImQ
S~baaeql U mat lIi msty this)

S-


tF. T. AIMCO

MDEuTmWC co.


IFUr. LU1B OF
fNW s0000...


bIPuu'tN rrnsmi


hrr Y-- 1 ---


Listen
And remember the next tlae you
saff fhalm pno-a a d by damp
weohew-wvhe your bead partly
bunrts from muralgla-try Ballartd
soow Lisiart. It wi oe yrom. A
prom" eat qua m- aa o f He
stead. Tam, writes: "I have sed
yor Maomet. PrelSou to els t I
was a plrt Sfew ftrr rhem uima
d4 ,enWate L mpkseI to s
that Mw I am frterr M ase
piteo. I am mn owe ts to y
'Lhk INI 00f W.)l J
Umiu aL'r wi by V. N. mse....

- MUWMPAL -


MUW4AL


FPO@igARSHAL.
dw l arIal I. Nh or"utoo
to be WNe.48 0 thb orofW
19do. ft mi N d to edeaver
vMess 40 arm fupou a sa. God
I @ONO the vweb a amb M MEN


00brthligk bu udw a $Nomad*
in mv t s m t d u
my mwdl #oreelestim
Marshat at e easem.April 14A
lbSI ew thneavdt pelse
jaty wI b .u~ '- a- br', st.
OesM a truoe; te e W 00010

do A"" b t" Past. Ths
yea Er paslt vuwoi sadl ISadYlmI
powr woe" a& Ithe .tag .Ist
m ver truly.
BEN T. ARNOW.
To 9 maet Vst rs 1 Galmes-4 IN*
Ou d m' my U,
Ow Ma" e1 the "a of sAMP
I bo bm en st m
swbb Yet as Muag'


&(I~lub~i'BCH 10, rrt ill ~ i
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Is


Nwrky oos tboaWam have been
r"d"r IW O le s64 S4Of v homee
are detagW byd b e1 Wateri (it the
Wata.bi rimv, hichk Usout 4 it@
bults.
Zms T. Tal1r, a1 "0 Ysanr, pre&.
Idevit oof th CelUsee aiXqel hank, of
lHuntiagtoa, ltd., UW aa*eWealthloat
wain In-this oity, Is d Ad.
te, Rev. D. 81" 0. SWso'w, the
Vol kworraprblbtU*m tle bo I sdan.
gmusorW 01t tb bome at Harrisburg,
Pa.. pnwtuwtal, s it ii iglit
1, horeno.
Mr. pavs* C1wHay a ptFrlfi-
ant ud Wealthy wnif t fAlton,
Ills., 4WofU a locall bot*jbert' rather
suddsatf. 1he bWd utQod tlere for
the Wiht esro boat homn Florida.
'-Jh. R- AWe b


J)VKRE I. ?B0R3O8.

...*00DENTIST....


Offoi over Gaiesnvlle NtUo.otil inltk
Pbone 10.


ALDERMIAN A PEARCE.


DO NT I IT8.
Offte over Dutton Cos.
Offee oerw Dutton & Co s.


'uk L.


Phoo28s Gainesvmle, Fli.


T. ELLIS, JR.,

ATTORNEY.A?.1AW,

G&Iu5nuYuh a 0 FtLOawa

BAKER, MATHESWOV& BAXTER,
A1'oaEZYu.AT-LAW,
SOLICITOR8 IN C3NAN1CRY.

GAINUIMLLZ, AL ahv Co., FIA
O~oe I. A1Mam Uloek.rL

FMINAN DBAYEr,
AI!ORNTY AT LA'w,


SGatursusl


0 0


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08 SOll YOUP ilt proper (ltw-
P104 ad o #am) ~ad, Phrballl
a Isef-whatyou I rfovuei. 11413r
3 A. CARLIaIX,
A~WOZV.3Y AT LAW
And SIlMtoqIn 9qulty
WSJA I bmimaq P brML4
Lea' 5mw. O.wthsam.l and Gia
Sa tiows:i~r Olw r -'ko
WS".r 06UMVI L m6.m
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OV r rnt to the Sto sh. FPor lnditlmon, dyspela, sour atomnL
tied stomach weak stonmah windy tomaoh, pad omah
somAch and catarrhb thf toach A prompt relief.


SOLD


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STEAMSHIP COW


fOOR St 8.ILI3SCS EA.&C:E -W MAK
urrwW N
Jacksonville arid N.-ew York,
Oalling at OHARLESTUN 6. . bo)th. &ye.
The Fl t lBtuashlps Is U Co0atvl se swtlw
tlyde New Enghtlad und Southern Lines
rerfhi rt e v ee* Between JAUKO IlNVII.LE. I OTON and
PR)OVIDKNE, and All austere. Polae,
Oalling as (harlewon both ways.
SB.U2&I-W]E3E.L y XBA ILINOGB
*te bound .............. ...... From Lewle' Wharf, lIeet
Just11boogld.... ..... From Foot of Waustltoan at.. Jsekakivtle

Clyde St. Johb River Line
Btsweon JACKuoNVILBLm and StANr PND
sti, prnt as Palas, At s, A ereeford (DfJatad),and IsrtePledis,,t LladiaJ
Son St. Johns levor.
Steamers CITY OF JACKSONVILLE', and "FRElO' DE ARY'
are appoln(td to .adl as follows L.o* JAutKetNVILaS. dally sept
saturday., at s8:0 p. I. euriuieu, leave 'Aroasn, daill
except sludays, it o1000 a. m.

aw88r ~ aCUL)HEDULEN
Leave 8:30 p. m.................. Jackonville ... ............ D e 6:I
Leave 9:00 p. m. ............ Palath ................ Lesv 1010WSI
Leave 3:00 a. m ...... .............. tor................. Leave 4:00pam
ave ..................... ruarford (DI nLand)..........Leave It0p.a
Du 9:00 a. ............... .ord.......... a a..... ....L. ave Is:N as i,
Duo 10:30 a. u...... .......... uterprlse................LdsTe @NiO i.
Passenger and Tieket Offee, 122 Wes Bay Strot, JseetksNvle
FH. H. RAYMUND, Vlct*Presideiit sad (oneral NManagr, New York.
R. n MAYNARD, V. T. M. A. C. HAOERTT, O. P. A..
Pier 4, N.., New York Pier 84, N. t.. New Tear
L. S. SCROBLL C. A.. r. M. IRONMONOI, A. 0. P. A.
Leebwrg, fla Jackslavinle a
L. D. JONIE T. P. A.. JOHN PENDRIU T. A.,
Jaodsmille, ra. JasMvllleo, lIa
0. LOVBLL Ag eat JeLksoevllle IV a
*0was Offlee, Pier s, Nnort Re. New Tat.


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North, Soth, iast and Wed

Through Pullman Murvice on All Trins.


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1:0e is "r oat* owl
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.. A dti inctha has eoe to Tavare sad
Se a r polats In South norida on bua-
frm nkkit te mmfClWu. S
s la eoantrta tor sawa ait i
dee f t per dosMs $2 per hal-
Attora-y Chrtstopher Matheon has
Se to Mianopy en a brief profp

SW. White of Jk( avlMfe, ditor
Sa d pahUsher of The Fraternal Rec-
frk t i the city.
U M r L D. Ned HV Springs Is
BI te lIWt a tmet of her sistrer-l
law, Mrs. W. X Dow.
'g W. T. Willams has returned to his
r* ho'a 1In Jacksoalle, aftl two or
three days spent ti this city on busb
GO. T. Iennard, formerly of this
l Adty but now reuldeg at Newbery,
w en he is angadp dI the liery busl-
L^ oamess. was among those who spent
yesterday here.
Hoo. P. G. Ramsey of W9ahoota

sey has .annound his candidacy for
Stosheri f ad feels greatly encouraged
S. from reports from various sections.
Misl Dorothy Wagner,'after spend*
Sog th' past few week dehtfullly
her, has gone to New York City,
whore she will remain for some time.
It Is understood that Miss Wasner
Sa s eam L Chautauqua ticket at will study voloe culture in New York.
Mal er. Mrs. S. W. 1O0rande will give her
M W. W. Aver has season Chautau-. sIPr millinery opening on Wednes-
qua lobls for ae. day, Thursday and rlday, March 11.
e a t fr the Chautauqua 12 and 18, at her parlors, 108 3. Lber-
ear tickets for the Chautaqua
t owotrlt.at Many no* and handsome
amw on sale at illr's news stand. tyles will be o display. You are
James Bailey of Newberry wa welcome, whether yem bay or not.
o amog those who spent yesterday l e whthe r
h a ty on busen ese in Major J. W. Teach left yesterday
this otr* on business. for, Palathk, where he Pill be engaged
ITIMS" Por ak-e-Four full-blooded Fox Ter for the next tew months as superin-
Hier puOt. Apply 3009 ast Iberty tendent of sidewalk oodstructlon. W.
What ls start, or at Sun oflce. R. Tomas of this city has the con-
efPt *tm J. W. Craver, a weUl-kown citizen tract for the construction of these


i1. *Who w ruse May of the Mt BaEnd, was transacting busl-
SWIN.' TM nw In this city yesterday.
H. B. Boring, a well-known cititse
Ct^ SSSta aa tistm are on sale t of Jaoksopnvlle, was among the buNl.
S'note visitors to Gaineaville yesterday.
.r of OalBa spent Sun. i u Brnett has gone to Hague,
*tIyfc ~W'r where he will remain as the guest
.a So Us tikets ~Ate for of relatves for the nezt two or three
i. satrs's. days.
A. ~ M Ider made a bualnue trip W, 0. Richardson, candidate for
Slt4 R oa t yeiwda. sheriff, left yesterday for Miclnopy
Ms' Cba. UMd of Orange Heights and other polits In the interest of his
M' as ahoIpp(g in the oity yesterday. eampaigu.
U V Pleak phJUIl Tonie, 325 per bot. P. I. Baker, the naval stores oper-
tbs guaraated. Sold by alldruggists. ator of Campvlle.l has returned to
yle, .*the merchant tihat place after ti'dldrig a c(lple of
S tWidsor, was tamaectlng buslnes ays wth h ly her
t Ity e yetrday. C. D. DInnlts of Ihtton, general at*
S, poelrtendent of the Dutton Phosphate
.1 Ms ~ t 40 S Vmi0Plgue, a ehafrllni (Company, spent unday In this city
o Of tdeLI. S. C.. Is with his sister. Miss Hattle Dennis,
e thG aito6l a tr t .. Mrs. Ja.r. .


Mn h OL rit Mteee Llma Nesmlth. Pearl Smith
'and s bIt O f lake Bntler, after
a pleaaat visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. 0.
Prevatt In this city, have returned to
their bomre.
SMIk AlmA ulilvan, the *mctlet
S B sad popular operator for the Southe:
Bell telephone exchange, has returned
6 6 B al aan" telt with friends

The d% y rlistraUton books ill be
eM- a tth ok0 of city Clerk J.
* M. De. the Uuated State lad
els o M r Pebra ry IS to March 1L
-,,........f n- -- oClIme he is a. m., 1 to 4 p. .
.. A". t. H ar ot Mlcanopy wr*
&aowc tha n ho spent yeeterdayt l
oanplete line of STAN. ths ct. Mr. Hileary' friends are
Y'8 BAILEY PLANES w*g bin h tou ak the raie for ou'n-
tars is t eommUs..e~r fromn the rounrth dt
-the W M favorite. I
nt1Od to pleOle you. ..My cd ru burned ,terr, ab, .ot
New Low Angle Block th b 4 a%* I chst. I appllre
S with imlprved throat .u m e ,oild Th oepa t
coasd md te sk11ld sank Into a
anent. r etful alp." -Mr. Nancy M Han-.
ihialey Adjustable (ir- o. Hamburg N. T.
Pbna--a fl a tloxile AtteetUOmo c alled to the chaug. of
S- w.hich c. n e advrtw.ean(t of Saunder. s & rle.,
Wo whirhhwkh oe~mr a elsewhere in this -
h aped to tlly 0- I. This, terprilain firm oer.
ld 0 tal as a spoelAl lite this week everTy
J. thi g tI China. porrel a. glass sad
A% ey Aijustable earU mewr. and extends a r.dial
Bi dim bbbi stand M Iatch-1* vaitWm to the public
ing;= P Mr. and Mrs. r. M Prewtt. who
pum **ii u% g lau g.uith aw o bee reldtl ftor some time at
M's U kaY fLo.q I 0 eMt 1'ale street. have moved
-- te t the hme at t Mast raMns

,.I be at ome to thebr eds wit.
Ie. .ea ree wtr *** ea


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4NsdLe, r~FLORIUDA


___Uited States. Dphr -
Capital Stcek Pald l, 100.000 s nmu a S O
We abshall be pleased to have your business, and solcit Yout Pr s with tk
ssurance of giving yOu prompt and m

Fm Per Ca t M a biW hr k hu h*iOw

Ja. M. Graam Pres. W. Hyde Vice-Prs. E. Babd SN Vice-Pre.
H. Ta. Tylor, OCushier. ie Graham Ass tL .
Dlmctoru-Jm Graham, o. V. Hyde E. BArd, le GaW. W
ro onsn C M. Co n, arke, .. n. ammod Pieon,
. DWood. H. E. Taylor. '


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...WANTS...

5 Cts Pr Lin
Maa isertlom, but no advertie
most take for es than'20 omnt. Six
words make a line; no fractional lines,
vory word over eseh six oouting as
ma additional ine. CASH In advance
must company all orders for laser-
tos In thl column.


BOARDERS WANTED.


BOARDERS WANTED at 800
Church street.


East


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WANTED-H LP.
WANTED--A white woman to do cook-
ing and housework for two. Write
Box 207, Gainesvllle, Fla.
LOST.
LOST-8mall brown undressed kid
change pocketbook, containing $7
and some small change. Leave at
Sun oice and receive reward.
FOR RENT.
HOUSE FOR RENT-Apply to J. W.
Vidal at drug store.


walks, which are now belng laid. OR ALL
Reeaber the grand millinery open- -
Ing of Mr. 8. W. LeGrande, 108 E. OR SAIE-Five-gallon safety ga.so
Liberty street, on Wedneday, Thura- line can. Apply at Sun office.
day and Prday, March 11, It and 13.
A speelal Invitation Is extended to the FOR SALE-Two sets of walnut furni-
ladles, both In and out of the city. ture and one Stelnway piano. Ap.
They will ind many n w and hand- ply Mrs. Anna J. Browne.
some styles at prices they can afford
to pay. FOR SALE-Four full blooded Fox
--------.- ------ Tesler pups. Apply 309 Mast Lib-
SA,&I--I as.. iW. --. --.---- h 6P %0 -- _.


PHOTOGAAO Y.

Photography today IS a economic
and social neoeslty Is commune.
ity. It matltaf the atAory and
affections of family ie th ough the
picture It mak sad ~ihk we could
not now do without.R HN often is re.
ret expressed that so picture exists
of some friend or relthve who is no
longer with us! So0etImel, indeed,
the camera has to intrad upon the
sacredness of the death chamber itself
when relatives feel that photograph
In such circumstanom IS better than
none at all. Do ng* poorastluate
Be wise and "secure the shadow ere
the substance fades."
You can get a plaQtun from locket
to life-esie at Smith'sa SfI.




RESTAURANT
Gireand Floer-Next to Peetffice.
Conveuiently Lerated -L YTt l'ihalte

OYSTERS
ALL KINDS SERVED IAALL STYLES
Choice Steaks and Chopse Drip Coffee
Devilled Crabe.
We employ one of the bet "chef, a
the buinem-no boy or iasearlenced e vo0
The heat e'quippeadoan o mstaurant .
the city. If you want real 0oob0 by it iUL
COOK WHO KNOW IUS a3f5U5, give 14 q
call -saythinQ the market fforb ou cus me
here.
We do not promise mometMg for notbiL.
but somethlan for your 0Mo y.
REGULAR MEALS. Slpe~al fe I. t he
week. 'lace for ladies, reoUseian oni i"L
dren.


I ONE WEEK OF EXTRAORDINARY SHOWING I


----of New and Up-t-Date--


Laces


Embroideries,



White


and


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WILSON'S


Begpaning MONDAY MORNINQ, MARCHI !th, and running all week, we ex-
tend to every lady in the county a most cordial invitatio and hearty weleomne,
to visit our store this week. It'sfa showing youl o ",een though yeu do
not ame to purchase at present. ('OM) .. will k onl too glad to .show you.
In thi shown you wi I tind all the .'nveweAt lttcri. lanii l,-iR'n in the vWiou
qtudlitie. Embroideries and In ertin.s, wi s \iii,,k. (',>ij, c l ou isip,
Bantds, Edg] Innrtins, l.,lil g, Mat.h s,,.-\ (C ari -l-uen olaew
e t den. 1 the m.west ,les.igns in IAc. \i 'I t, 1 it qalitieW
Inerting, Applique and All-Ovei-. We call -I= 'i. :tt-tti, tolots One,To
and 'lr - im ,hid..ri... :,,t i ,rti '


IAL OTNE'


Sdgihg and
S ~worth a


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1SS, tyrthi i' h a-1 h .


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I:ltIi~ii and Inserting at
worth asmhigh an 6c


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THESE WILL PROVE VALUES YOU SELDOM anS


S ktar shaving in Whie teoLis wiU ll arp ny &y k 1V ih (fazo-''11i.'A
tb.' twwma patter W us. ajiniiabisPWa Faae7 lt) &M PAM All
lASGwd lfth.. Liae. Laws*, r, PlaiP l &Wt. ad *'tuin lAnr ' I h-....ain y pyu c whi
Ism this, l. r~n itM Sf 8p lN" Till. Il l'i Tiew-a.ythi m t

MURSB R. WI LSOWFK
..TW Uft fts ma *4 so S".
ou rh to AU, Wanmate as Iw L a sthe l9we-t for Corrwspodiwg(
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