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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 11, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID01231
Source Institution: 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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VOL. XXV, NO. 2 -


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESI)AY,


MAR(tl 11, 1.908 TEN (ENTS A WAUK


KING IS COURAGEOUS
I s mm


AIlm WEi Visit -arcelua Il

Spite f Aaurcbsts.


PRECAUTIONS BEING TAKEN

With a Display of the Old Bourbon
Course, Spanish Ruler is Not To
11 OlDelded from Making Visit to
Alleged Hetbed of Anarchy.
Barceloa, March 10.-General IA.
marse, the captain general of Catalo-
la, is eafdeot that the visit of King
AlMua to Barcelona will pass off
amely.
General Unares declare that the
poVulatioi of this olty is anxious to
aIow Its loyalty to the ing, whose
oenar la coming after the repeated
bomb outrage@ here is greatly admir-
ed. Nevertheless, the captain gener-
a ti sparing no precautions to safe-
VA i LIo majesty., The ofcial pro
|im of the vilst hab not been allowed
to be printed and the houses alon the
treete* through which the king is to
pw have been thoroughly searched.
Bat, In view of the fact that for
twenty years past, Barcelona has been
& stronghold of republicanism and the
4ater of violent Carlist agitation an
*lilbiastUc popular reception is not

Th* peril to the king does not come
lwM the republicans, but from the an-
aldhit wing of the Carllts, whlc is
40acting&l a campaign of bomb oper-
Ioa# as reprisals for the allegl 111--
Smntment of theti comrades who are
ogalned In the Mont Julch prison.

Oecribed as a'Wasp's Nest.
adrird, March 10.--t develhred
two Monday that a section of the
Abiaa ministry Is bltterly opjposd
Sto Kin Alfoni)'s going to nr.relona.
,, ich is desvrlbed as a "wa;spa'
M*et." 'But the king, with a display
et the old Bourbon' courage, hab re.
fthed to be Jialuaded. He considers
M his duty to go, and is confident that
Mi visit to Barcelona will appeal to
the chivalrous spirit of the Spanilsh
sad have a god effect. A dispatch
aa been received here from the Span.
tib minister to Switzerland iyinR
%at the anarachists of Geneva have
4dereed the death of King Alfonso and
Premier Maura.

MEsAOG FROM PLEET.

Wirelem Comunlkitlon for a Distance
e t,000 Miles.
San Praidmco," Ca., March 10.-
TIe battleship eet came into direct
a-mmueatetio with Mare island Bunl


00,000 FOR GEORGIA.

Government May Pay FPr Un of the
State Road After Civil War.
Washington, March 10.-Colonel
jviaton a. s ecured the inclusion
of the Wetern and Atlartic railroad
claims in the omalbus claims bill.
This la the IsAlm of the state of
Georgia against the govremmet for
the use of the state road during and
after the civil war. Restution in
the sum of $600,000 is asked. The
claim will be referred to the court of
claims for adjudicatin. When that
tribunal passs upon the case the


THREATENED "UNCLE JOR."

TRIAL OF AIi BL I INS Anarchist Said To Have ent Letler
to Speaker Cann".
lundlanaipxi, lu~Id. March 10.- 1it.
Siciium a Who M red Father ram Malaine, ag1 sixty-four years, has
loirnidis at hfi~r. been arvrii-ed lieve on a warrant sworn
out by W'lliam 'T. l.itclhr, United
-Stles plostomve Iflp'cts er. chv:gre'd
with a lt. I-at i ttlers1t41
9EFENSE WILL BE INSANITY, Speakcr Jo..'h (1.W('nnon, I
I bouse of relirt-ontativoe. anti
Ferinng Mob VIPIene Etra Precau. 'he%' etan tOva hav rml of ln'1e1
an&a. Theh~~v lettitwo bave jonlirill"
tiens Were Taken oby the Police toat varit. r two )t; %it
Proftet the Privener Brain Special. aun)-molfls throAt of s.amc Iia[ It'll.


amount will unquestionably be award- Testify n Ca.
et to Oiorgla. Ists to Testify In the Case.
ed to Georgia.
By this item included in the omni- Denver. Colo.. Malrh I, \nltcl
bus bill, Colonel Lvlnston has a pating the presence of a .,r' Iowd
sured Its passage where a separate at the opueling of the ti1.: .Irmhty
claim bill would probably not have of Gui eppe Alia, the Sh icl;i.t ,1 ,
stood the ghost of a show. Members in cold blood. murdered I',i L.vr I o
of t e appropriation ommitteo are HnloriCh of St. lisablbllb l ,hich.
pledged to each other to support the while he wai glvinl the a( r ~a.n.:ts on
omnibue m naure with their united ln-J Sunday, Feb. 23, 8 eriff \.'xundr
fluence. The bill will thus have to Neabit had rlationed du'i i't- aloni
be accepted as a whole or rejected the walks and In the eni.,r. uan)>
as a whole when presenttd to the leading from the Jail to thl i artoin
house. ___and also In t .e court roon;: i',n
PRON A BIG OPUM DEN. This preaton was t' t r
A trate any atteompt At mob \ ~c', '.
Nebraska Penitentiary Not Strictly a thoUtl the oflcers o f the Ur ,t tt t
Reformay.really look for san atr .. of i,, t1,.
Reformatory.
Lincoln, Neb., March 10.-The Ne-I klBd.
brasim penltenclary is not a reform* I A o' cs'e as the
atory but a huge opium en, accordingli ldocke, ad h
to Dr R. E. .riffln, pril n surgonwm.'hit o i *
in a reiprt wI (Iov'rnor Shteldk)n imado the criminal Ibnch, I I'',
pulhIc Monday. Ient an open panel of ne '1
Dr. Grimfn., who was formerly ct4-, niremen.
nectol with Blackwell's prslm and Inanity May So P .
Bellevuo ho-sptal. New York. sports It was expected that ti f. -seof
that of the 4412 prisounrs o)ndnIed In Attorney AJbert H. Wid,,. ,-i, r-pv
the Inltituilon, thore are between II) .resnting.Alla by appoint:, t of t;,
sand I 0 :,!dticd.l to thie morphine hab. fittrt. *0M 1d dvanlC the, It hrv of
ft and t:hrt nmorthitn is bedig r~aiular. inu nllL) in the hope of nl t'i l t, IIo
ly supplied to the praonersl b) oit- -of his client. and to be p repared fr
ly suppl~ld to the prisoners b> out.
ide person. conbattlag this defeat, th., l~p.'
ile favors the eotabliibment of strict tion had sunmontAl alIht if the n,,o)t
quarantine of the prish as tho only skifull hrain sPelaMPt* In th1 11 % to
method of tamping out the CelI. be present for the iplrIe of ,-.l
Ing the defendant arni 'lu hu bes In I
WENT TO DEATH SMILINO. 1nesl to give (ll)rt ,'pillnion to t~
sanity.


Remarkable Composure of Italian
Electrocuted at Sing Sing, N. Y.
Osinlnl. N. Y., March 1)0 -- Antonio
lrro!k', an Itaillin, who kllWd A.ntonio
Toeillia in Cortlani lPnrk. New York,
last Auscitiit, ta-i to his death In the
e!ec(ric rchalr at Bing ing1 prison on
Monl.ay will a mnlle after a ch.ry
good bye to t:iose who had bw-n uIun.
moned to witnrei the exncutkon.
tirollo shoAi'd the i iovt ietriaordln-
ary comilpouru. WI.en be entered
the deaLh rchlulller alth a hight, sprin-
gy step. his fac.e was besling and the
bmlle was never absent for an Instaat
until hi twntures were covered by the
death helmet.
Pour currerits were maie before the
man was prpoounced dead.


ay, the mase belog the first this Want@ to Join Prehi COlumn.
4lSet bal reeed .rm the warships. Cbhataoowe, Tenn.. Marck 10.-
S..mas..s. a was ad by wirel e. The movement for state wide prolbbl-
or 8a tfsm te of ,00 twlle st0wme i was Inaugurateld nl this city oe
as bet om th bMattlhip Mains Sunday when every pulpIt Ir the lcty'
s N aw t fiatled byr Yat thn vaa 4t for tb.
s'wom swrta g~ t tor at t e of tep olerance brouibt b. byF
Wislsto te ll MI altru. t the antialokne league. The alid ty
*all WSo t I0t of ito l Itla elo ed with a great 6eMstotraIttol
a eruee to oowi that taudtorium, where OMrge I t
I"a diht astues w rt, o y atwote writh
a ws cler.ay. Jones. preached to aM adlssee of at
Wi least 1.000 peruws. Th vast s*d
i-t, bt frut l woenoteMdtbr.as nece we t wild with etlaha111m uid
4gMI M ttr m ttlucal io ; a sum estimated at $7.000 was su i
eS oat a s aIcribed to push the wof of the tow
'I% et Vera rb thbo soo t en6 n. c league.
*,-M-Ml the dealh Of Private-* ,_. *uli Maito
Wav l.,im o PCorpa SATe impelitnt Ruling Mide.. 1
A he.brm ilf cops 90. F 2 asS. o l^,n ,~i Mr o if.-J.dge O.
Ss oWas, bre a R. li HntoeyI tr he fu r l ewerl aa
"1 we wai bmmerds w t e.uled that a I wc ori Yratito m -e
Lt l imi Ue I or ssie It* itbankrupt et wIth
of the rlay ma free t he out .a ?. ,' t bI plrt. lTae
plaie4 p by tyhe kSt.. wCs" e s-t..ij n M it wa -tt sad
there i n Ir n peta proltaIl ea-
S0IlI I ~Pr CN. etedd i' I r, 1lakrt latows t
Cli Marl 1,.-ihesuA F. ms i e oj n *,r- i.art of a (ro .
,relfYse rea eMid, a wei9 that tr*o Wepassn cast ha lseIa
*wh was ***osls ea Ol f oed mae u at its aw 6* ** *
tetptredm to e te B tolw is5 a*,
emmittl se ita i II at w an "is Ma .
e _e p e s i M As '.:-oa. A's Mari 0.-4. L4.,
-r P Pairk ok l-itrtlel Ky ia
NIowT Tmva TV" for CMo. a. d &n a :'1 er T"ra7oy --no
,!r!iisem.# Iat -A tak t sad t s o. ha be d
m g nie F40 I1St e beges towS

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The nc noo nhas nirlitru i i;4o fir
three alienslts to oswre their slie. I
Atlcrnoiv 'lilrdliecl l' IrwtllatlIl th tl
he wou:d nials the ilntilon oif .% pro-
*pfctlve Jiryman's a :-.lance to tihe
Roman C'.i ollc fail the isttlle fIor
challenging Lim as t I is qiillllt, lon
to serve.


Under Close Guard.
When Alls was t:, .n from thel JAl:
to the tiiort hrrnio. he was iitnter
igardor f Rheriff No',, and four (dllii
ties, each armrd wtllh a brace of re-
volverw. Ilia men had explilrt in
struellons to keep the Ilal IgrcUM
clearly and to arrest any one who:
asowed any vIdenre of latatlon I,,
attack the prisilner or aIy owe. I!:n
might be trying to It!' up the crmowl 'r
making a aioaetralion.
Spectators I the ''"Irt room were
MrderiM clflty scrilnlhsd, and al'
msapletous ebaracters wre eixladw
frM tlbe building
The trial was ra;l.t proraily at 1(
o'clock.
Impleing ISler injure G several.
JeotalMd Lge., MSarch 1,.-A ste
boiler operating the p1laI to I oi
the o wells of the nIaet company;
eptIded Salsay m rate. A. Boa
ster. a tas ter, ha eis e beek boe
driven to The back at his had by a;
llytag ploe of theo to.. Mad was ear
ied to New Otrlie for ireetmaml.
Several other were erkielty hurt.

Many Fremen Ijured.
CrbLeeg Marrb tI A rore of are
M4 were trjured, tnre paIeaps fatalU
By, by Ore arty MWao4ly WLA do
royed AIgolle ball. a Itha e tory
strcIure at I'4 242 011 taI i t ase,
go. The e*as wof the fire BaMraws.
The ttal 61siae a .u llates at IS.
at ..------ -__. ;
PonId Dead in The r oeem.
0D6v1r, Ce6t %Mar8L l.-karry
A4ler. t PofWlt. i tr i wyeme
poed to bi w1f oef f luind sts
aBtirt a Is a raM ta e Waldef e
tIa, medaty rb 11i*0% 1- 6m

a, Iea Sl ts I es l -i
Mi~ siy rom 8I 'e S Is

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tbsp ^^^ ^^jA56^A. hse


llrr ulrtI b) Iflti ttlt amIi on Ithe i
()4legisitlatttiiiion In t (onlre'1ss of


RAPID RISE OF RIVERS


Fld Conditions Is the Wut

Are Very BaiL


HOMES GIRDLED BY WATER

Many Persons Rendered Homelees Mld
Churches Being Usd for heter..
Financial Loe Will Reach Many
Thousands of Dollars.


l9)04;. haini oer thetil heads, mi anllIII IDelm)lt.Nliieh Maro I)-4 -loo
though tho ent ire niltjt h in'r y tti tiMe otlilli ithit aclo IIII 4ts ituihbrvd
piosteiofice do-vartivel t and owvi-v tii.t Mf t4anuicy III tili, i 1t lets #nilll li O tn-
vcei WIIS Cf111441 111t 11- 1-," ti;nt a 511400 r, Al tlon and itat4l i,' ('Vrek. In (Irand
clw an to fill- I 1' if t it 1.'t t U "It hor s 1l ii heiii ( '10-4 it I.II %, le iud ou Uhe
t(f111 Ivho it ors e, a.1a Ia few (1 rann) 11% 11"t a it l po tel l UntI
tka)-o lvir.'. VI litti t .
Naitte'I.-i a Tt1111, 11 iatsiiC 01T i t '. In 'l I .1.\\l Oi l IN A) ticIht o e
te'r, a it LaitiaaI l 1thatic it iti tii-ii4 a thotivot il %' a) m ii r' ndsi by
w ici wt, it11d 4 1 -.rovihe's itvII l. r t. l wattt', ii ad heit% I'WIII to 111(gaMre'gatiouaI
11111.1 alk g.tA ansere'lipiv ni t n ive t. urt'h ia.i plit 41tieai s n a isbeltor
-- -fur 1110tia.''.'' t uI[tali's 1*h# Ilsthburu4
SC-IZED mY THE POLICE. A Kraftt i'l~iia mitll, a brick 5aeaiilg.
I wab tainilviiiiii-ait' t wl t ehf'll Into the Kai-
Emma Goldman'sl Anarchistic Circu. Anite31w1. l'r,1111'tn wINNIta cinirmn. coult
lars Confiscated in Chicsoo. get nIo tivi.-r Iuim a quarter id a
Cla Nia l-crita 10. it pi' l~'it, or111ithi. fit-itij~l t Iire ithe thxxJi uloilideb
r.'t -4 11 it 1:mai ''.1 I tilaC' ..,6:4-3 it (Montstn r4ew tatMfg.
KrI4II ;V1itta p i %ti'. !~. I 1 101f5 I I.., I; I and T rmiv k riirlr ad tats,
d'iwit.ci eri I (Ioit i~a,autt jo l it v ic f')I taittI i :i ahin.. *i I iruitt i tisle throatih the
(;4!1lI,1 ta" t',1aIsbtle lt W.41:1 l l it mt .%.r It uttle. ('tto *k
I '', r t r wt t ih r i i n l n h t e d a r e -tt s I nA 1 i 1. 1 1 1 N I 1a Hu t l op l oo tipI al

kill:., A%# 'C I r'b elnd 4eticataiutlel t 1114111 1I11.'v) h ,n', -tw.neiud with wa st;t.
tq) !r 4 t-.1, 1bit .1 110 kilit.t. vmmm 4 1%0It li1 1 %lile'e eeLl paull lute the
v..Iie,. u wl Imotrii or*Ioflitit-i ter. 11 fufitlu ipi .%ll sttttk5 ewere M
Th.v MittLi 1i1Ila hadhe swo otet
iii 'I I iiI~itiIl) t att:lrlhi-tI. :Iii. al ~lh ~luujfli;: 15.lll had rcrm'nt eve
ii (. ti rd IS ott 1'.1 oi Mres anti will mice o90681.
' ....t.; 1 '.1t I .II'f 'Ih.tt leo e(YIIIIh Ito qv dls h% I ia aer b te
'li I 1 Va ~Ai~t~rtt0 T hie teiotal ilabilo. at Aihkoa will
('C1. II sI~ part is list t- a it ifl l dl11 $11. 114iEH)


!i I t. %, it t. -1 1c #1ui % th 1411,0, ,11cc 't !% 1


It,

LrFT NEPHEW $10,010.COO.


Secretary of Y. M. C. A at Worces.
ter, Mass., Heir to Fortune
\%,\ .. i" .lMe i, ~Mar h 1t J 1-:n
| .* . i I i ) f t r. iir h ,it h isl
ir I,. Hint hal it I h-lr to a fotitr llt of
1: I.. ti t him l t hI) inulil I -m
\ .. w i W illt l ii ni ltlt irtl e., Vi
I !. 4 rlis l tln agt o. M, r lt k,** r'
>,.s th t heI I Illw I sO tl AIust i tails
rtor It(. tiine'), althoui:i he has '111>
pliii ol l r'oiitii l there tgI lisak saftr bis

Whether he gets the money or not.
)'i ra)l he 111l r"lala tbh poe lllAn
'crilriary of the local branch t4 the
au&w, liuton


Was Oldest CenfderWO111,Veeran.
Aunksta. 4)O., March o,-. At tIhe fll
of It1 )& re. O(won rlasoer. the old.
ost cfuefvrsd @ eterOm1III ts he south,
died gsturay sight at Uaike-hatcble.
M. C. Ills t11 th wa1 due to an
&Mdoovo received 06110 a be of V
pled i iling traw. lie fell. break..
log hMs arm, sad asos 049 beram.l
patrsiyued i, leaves a large ImS
ber of grand a&d tpsiadrtlldieo a

61St nta Naveo Narwe 84W.
a I'smu. TotMarri 1 fire
ogttu isy nihtj .ftityc the bWF'
oonruftory *VMl S toldrdolln vt 51 t11
Noow Mci I'.wo a' tv01 #iof arl''if IYttat
beie'8l s I's- &I esl n : a by .I.*4 5111.
deals. d f*j. t.ltw b P l o lblst"1
Fro~aptio. iit, ..;n rf #-,t t eo #sp t non, .
hal~ ~~riw a e W*e. III ..ehhtiEthe
0 1 he, ft l .. .14.if 1h soto"li.


l,~Iee aIt. .lntj,,Mrch 10 .-JPIw
liveo. bav iaii r rIwitt lostfitthe
fi~e".-i .rcovumIis Ito% o~r Milablna,
ilto liut I tuit)aia hours.
At 11,ine,', the. fltI,'aeareli Odft
of Irnauk Imaul was ufreecruiAt V11110%
Citv. I .aeirk ru'l Aain'r n lr4iwo it4, 1141
SIt Jim4-,h rIver, a baito a bridge ht&4
IWVe'u eArriv-i awik, ,b tie fiod 1114
ft.''. rash a.,1' 're Ilkialtrlr'clI ow .'5m.
A t i'.alsbal's 1144 1h1lagi are
04"Mind 'dAI Adrian fIrloe'sIll the WIm
Ierwouts arv gaI las plallt have be"
%utlIuaulbta.4 by tye0& leailm
In Ierrion puniy four hrldW1e ha6 e
hee wsa o lout on abe ePas NaE,
queteo railroad In sflfe milt..


WONDERFUL WIRS&.11

Mallow Croseed Over Gll, Land and
many MUlf" of Olean.
'a*hiigt*. March14h 10,MuItut t"e
last P141- tk~t the Revy 44P011114"1
*%p#-CI% hear froM eA AtUaStis
fla.t for al leat alw nM tbo ah w
t%0 Atlhasl e most, ot thi's I Isba
hal hhappeom
The naOV depertme.4 MrdsreeU M48
Sa eledrophie name f hi mV
wirelw e laitin at Pesauseola N
b"bedw hIns 15I5Fe .1 OWN -7,
Witt the sutwlehp floe. 4, N "il li
maitabie peort rnm, ~(IC)
that lbs ewilFss I0iV1s W" 'wil.
ad to reverie the gulf 1 W"
than rr" s. vea oWthe, meet O
so Pas l a tfAss$#* a" sad WUIS 9
oi r" savooundred Witi4 SiON
fbi. paartivuluif messes.wee *1111
Hesr A4ntuCi tlflOAi. to 0 I 111110
Lt he dv111e., a sa Ow

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be).0 &n o- I I r tnrul 41pw 411 I F t w"GO v"C 0p
Ins B'nits ',f 'I 1011 0111usbig& Plow Sank eftelePvsivle.
MosusseMIse. Ale Morll~ IiU .---Th
Covolo made SawlIO oIP~ 1 vltl. r ?stkOMAO I PAtM%, o.vp r O
(ChI O" blYAmrvh 10 Thair 3. .nt'PrSt"d by the *esvee4, y of $Ista

106br1V p. *"'ut IIatre of 5 MP. 4 6 a1 Som befts with a velpital 4
bw loft*Aenne ,"goof-of Ieare ofW.8" It wilt c1-71is) Is 006
Up, worer lled lad In Mak Io w 1'11h$g
so Dwn,o ti bf atesu meow. qo bene, a tJS' -, i"t:s ug
rmst b "w ben ame (o by aqm oft 180M oft A)Ivti N-1 pow
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elty forthre dam beginmng

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o" mwl4le4m n fos terrier
bet ai to JO&. A. tl, M A ppee
toa "ba trea, of tbk T aeedny
mora, (or eloth abhe paid the penalty
ty i n hav ing boe run down
and killed by as atomobile.
There s a moral to his oaident
whob h It lgt pay all dog to heed-
keep out of ale habt of chat ing atos
The stent occurred on but
Mala stre N., aid so fault.o laid
n theb P a t of the machine. "Trileo"
has l had a weakness pOr cbsa.
lag auitoe, nopwlfth taal that he
master hae Smntistered chatlsemient
aupon vMr e oeaalon. It elmdas at
she was aner more doihted than
by StItr vat to her aos an angu
to ai b tioP at tora maherle-but she
dahe n enee taeooften,, with te e.
i S that e~ I now about the "dead.
et 4Wgl thIte section. ,
Prtenm of Mr. tte sympathize
wit him in the lose of this pet
wats wad a pedigreed and very I-*
tslgent animal.

EAT WHAT YOU WANT,
eleeu Mae New Poend the True
Way to Cure Indlieatle.
The ait thts to do In the ase of
Indlgestn or stomach weakness I
to strgthen the muscular wae of
the stomah an Intetines, so that
they win care for the food thau .
atnr. In no other way can thi be
does am well as oy taking a Mliona
tabM betor each meal. This retor
tength to the stomwah mules and
tmlaets the pouring out of gastrl
$leMe so that the food diosts readily
and ts nourishmet is retained In the
yrato to build up energy and vl.
tow.
VN Mtena sad you will have no
sore sl headache, heartburn bad
t to S the south coated togusu
moos befto 1 theea. sldeeplesmees
sad t h mar otedher Wn toms that
anmthe tu rem eit atio igesltm .
A* le0t& ta00.glvewithevery
nSmt beg of Mia a guarantee to
euilnd the noe auese the remedy

OUGMBRTY-REDOINu

Mseionta o tw e Peopolr VY g Pee.

I? &m4-last with dp ln tearst to
the wesm it a Mr. Jaees Debrty
at hmle sa Miwe Ids Raduom


Immediately aft the euremo" the
Iyomsu copl wl tlan ve r poaIte n
the at Ouast tor their hneymona.
after whmathey win ak bn heir
hone is JaacbkavUi.


URR IN I TO1 t4 DAY&
NTMONT Is g"reteed to
Io" tc hling k IU4, i. "m
ungr ilo* In 6 to 14 days


.0Costal" Murfeed.
Wueda. March
#AS of ftrdi-keev. M l
Sa'rrday. The sasasapl


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ta goo pemob0 a" 1WS WASrO heo.
beoe to dolng thig by -V *. rall
t"am whO attdthe MoliOn
seaod of a COWIfast
whis mIe be ruseHmv *n

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We amr plead tos anue that
Poetry's MeMoy ad Tar for coush.
"o amd lng trMee to no t aeed
by the National dure Ped and hrug
law as It eontanes as phw or other
harmful drugs, a we resommesi It
as a rafe rem. or elUdren ad
adults J. W. A Cao
Change In Weather.
The sudden dropping of the temlwr-
abre Tue"day, wfth a dlaar'h~ eble
Itild. follkow n a warm and salary
MamdO.. had % te 4 y to make our
cltlnesa hbr.ar a itte mUort tha
they *ueld had th*, teoperature bew
ore *v for the tw,9 dts)


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In Its Welfare.
h -:- Please allow me space
Se words to behalf of the
Sitarlum or te Alach-
isi # npptal AMeaSrtion.
I wa very much surprised, as well
Ri pUtled a few days ago upon re-
l a letter from a dear friend
ta ~.-the Information that the
E Wa badly tn need of funds.
| ses au though It is not paying
sad If they 40 not get aid
ipeare it wllU have to close
I alst qadertood that a
SW Mat of Its patients am ob-
d(-ialty and Dot able to pay
tet a' npale btt e one ever
4rmed away. Now, I can't believe
ttt e 0 od people of Gainesville
4 AIfhaU county will let the doors
O4 f an ns tUtution cloee for want
aft k 40 IOep or ianclal backing.
It wpl be a shame sad an outrage,
and uerter a refteo on the peo-.
p1 1'a uetoille M Alacbua county.
Now I toV that the pMepl of Galnes
vrlle4me amply able to array thls in-
sttatUon through Its dark days, but
I u of th opinion that the trouble
wih them is that every day, more or
Iee, 6tjets of charity presntsthem-
eIre and receive only a passin
thopbht. The hospital hi deserving bf
mowe ttntion than this. Being a
AiztMt it will not only be beneficial
to yau and Oalnesvlle, but may do
your children and grandchildren
p0d. I fel that It Is the duty of
rat ditlme of Gainesville and
AJca county to stand by It In Its'
time of need, for you don't know how
soon yoa will need Its ervicee, sad
eed them badly.
Pmaes who don't feel dstposed or
able to g Ve money can coctabute
probe. or even wood, as all such
has to be bought and Is ame as cash.
Now, eilow-citisen, stand by your
guns, put your shoulders to the
whae, and let the good work of the
hoeptal continue. Reepecttally,
A CO-WORKER.
Newberry March 10, 1908.

PUNBRAL OP DR. PEPPER.
Will be Held From Pirst Methodlet
huroh at 8 O'elook Today.
The funeral of Rev. E. I. D. Pepper,
the death of whom occurred Monday
afternoon, will be held from the
Methodist church at 3 o'clock this at.
ternoon. Rev. T. J. Nixon oolating.
The interment will be In Evrreen
Ioemtery. Friends of the family are
tivtted.
The followlag gentlemen are re-
quested to act as pall-bearers: J. M.
Dell. H. L. Pbhfer, D. M. Tomkles,
W. R. MeKInstry, T. W. Stands, 0.
M. Welch.
Don't Complain.
If our chest pains and you are un-
able to sleep beaus of a cough, buy
a bottle o( Ballarus orehouad Syrup
and you won' have ay cough. Get
a bottle now and that tcouh will ot
last lone. A mare tor a puhlmonary
dseasme. Mrs. Galests. Te
writ: "I can't my enough for Ial
larda orehoun d Syrp. The relief It
bas give me a that to sa*ecmary
hr me to eay." SM by W. Joa.

Clvil serve IEmmlnetlea.
A ivil service eamination for ru-
ral mall earer was codcted In this
dci bitrday by the local secretary.
3> Paul Brown.
There were dlven applicants, oall
f whe were wl. Tah to the Int
enM a ona remod la thie dty
where all appleasts wre white per


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My right arm and hand were so lame Yoadi so
rheumatism that I could not raise it to o
so I had to bend over most double to so Items
head; they pied met night so that I could ot io
I used a number of remedies for rheuniatisn, bit b 4V -0
good until I tried Minard's Liniment; thns I lot IOW
won't be without it In the house. It will dp- J 0p 'it
and I find it good for headaches anud mm Ow" 1rb O't
thank you enough for what It It has don fr IN
who has used it on his back and limbs ona*ndg ut
He's seenty-one years old. I ve one m i a sm,
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Enfield, Mass.
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NEWBERRY ITEMS.
Newberry, March 10.-Miss Neal
Johnson entertained a few of her
friends Monday evening at the home
of her slater, Mrs. D. G. Roland.
Those present were Misses Ada
Pierce, Lula Vause, Antha Groff and
Neal Johnson; Messrs. Ruby Hender-
son, John Miller, C. A. Neal and W.
0. Chapman. They all reported a
grand time.
Little Miss Margaret McLeod en-
tertained her numerous little friends
at a birthday party last Tuesday af-
ternoon. The little folks present were
Thelma Riddling, Besle Roland. Ca-
milla Riddling, Ivy SwIndal Mary
Kincald and Louis Kincald; Peyton
Fortion, Jr., Thomas Roland, Rouse
May. George Riddling. Nelson White,
Carl May, Frank White and Thomas
Kincaid. It is useless to add the lit-
tle folks spent a very pleasant after-
noon, and wished little Miss Margaret
many happy returns of the day.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Lute Howell,
March 7th, a fine boy.
John Miller spent Sunday at Jones-
vllle, guet of relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Henderson ate
home, after a few a days' visit to rel-
atives at M canopy.
SMrs. IN ni Wetherington and little
son. Graham, are spending the week
In Dunnellon.
B. B. Whreler of Dunnellon was a
visitor her, Sunday, returning Mot.n
day.


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ALAC1IrA COVL' NT Y
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IISlhACT i KELTY CMYoIu
E. E. VOYLE, Manager.
Fire AccI&.nt, Botrylary
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M. C. Uorton of Atlaa G a.. and
A. C. Hooper of Cohlmbia county
WVe la tie city yesterday on business
nlIected with the United States ladd

i Mi Fay Settle of Jacksonville ar,
ed in the city yesterday and will
e her future home here with her
ts, who recently removed from
k avUille.
Ortno Laxative Fruit Syrup is a new
dy, an improvement on the laxa
of former years, as t does not
or nauseate and\l pleasant to
It Is guarated. J. W. Me.
& Co.
oha C. Moser of Smithfield. Pa.,
SI the city yesterday and made
tead entry of lands in MarIon
ty. Mr. Moser is well pleased
Florlda, and expect to locate
the homestead with his family.
I X. Alvares, a popWuar conductor
the Seaboard Air Linerailroad who
his headquarters at Waldo, was
the visitors to Gainesville yes-
y, having come on business con-
with the county tax collector's

M s. Finch and grand-daughter of
have arrived In the city and
make Gainesville their Juture
SIt Is hoped they will be well
here. They have temporary
re with Mrs. Those. Roebuck.
West Church street.
lsa Pansy Souter, a charming
lady of Ocala who has been
for the past few days as a guest
Miss Myrtle Pennell, has returned
her home. Miss Souter's friends
who are numerous, are always
hted to welcome her.
and Mrs. R. A. Caswell of Alach-
and Jas. Day and J. C. LeCount
High Springs passed through the
yesterday en route to the Grand
Knights of Pythlas, at St.
burg. The gentlemen will rep-
their respective lodges.
-A severe cold that may develop Into
umonis over night can be cured
lkly by taking Foley's Honey and
r. It will cure the most obstinate
cough and strengthen your
.The genuine Is In a yellow
SJ. W. McCollum & Co.
g tt Grand Chancellor Hlordler of
"a-oola passed through the city .esv
y en route to St. I'etcr.ieburg,
he will attend the Grand Ilodge.
of Pythias. Mr. Horlser had
pleasant privilege of nweting a
ber of his old friends during his
stay here.
L.ercy M. Padgett and son. Master
a, are In the city from New
"ver. Mr. Padgett states that there
ie been several mad dogs running
large in his section, one of which
killed a short time ago. Mr.
idhett lost a fine Berkshire hog by
>esa as a result from the bite of
If.these dogs, and several cows
VI15 section have suffered the same


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have embodied their
Soooeptolu in our lat-
srek of Fi n Weaves io
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t.25 per roll and bevy
ihese Matting at $10 to
p perroll. We have th
Choice variety of pamtte


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Our delicious Cod Liver
preparation without oil.
Better than old-fashioned
cod liver oil and emulaions
to restore health for
Old people, delicate children,
weak rwdown DenOns,and
after deesos coughs=
broachitis and all throat and
long troubles.
Try It on oIur guarnte
W. .mi-n Ib


AT THE CHAUTAUQUA.

Program Tieeday Was One Full of
Interest and InstrMetlon.
Tuesday's program at the Chau-
tauqua was one full of instruction and
Intermet, beginning at 9:30 o'clock In
the morning with the usual Bible leo
tare by Dr. Orgas Alexander.
At 10:30 Prot and Mrs C. Rucker
Adams weat through their School of
Physical Education, which proved of
great interest to those present.
In the afternoon, at 3 o'clock, Dr.
A. W. Lamar, Nashville, Tenn., one
of the most brilliant orators In the
South, delivered a fine lecture, the
subject of which was 'Old Times in
Dixle." Dr. Lamar commanded the
closest attention of his hearers. and
at the conclusion of his remarks the
address was conceded, to be t(e of
the best ever delivered in the Taber-
nacle.
There was a grand double enter-
talnment In the evening, Waldeu, the
famous magician, and the Otttrbt'ln
Male Quartette and Hland-lhdll Rlngern
being the attractions. Itoth were
good In tleir reseetilve avocations,
and those present were well pleased
with the evening's tentertainlnent.
Following is tho program for to-
day:
9:30 a. m.--ltiblical hour, followed
by School of Physical Eduratlin at
40:30, "Rebuilding the Temple- llilet
and Digestion," by Prof. and Mrs.
Alanis.
3 p. in.--4(rand concert by Otterbeln
Quartette.
3:30 p. ni.--Iecture. "('vyclts of
Firemist." by Rev. Chan. William 8Sul-
livan, Cincinnati, Ohio.
8 p. m.-Msicanl prclulde b) Otter-
bein Quartette, followed by lecture,
"Backbone," by I)r I.anuar.


CHASTAIN FAMILY HERE.


They Came from Live Oak in Touring
Car in Eight Hours.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Al t'hatailn Asln
five children arrived in this city
Tuesday afternoon from LIve Onk.
having made the trip ,sicc..fullv iIn
a 30 horse-power Heo cur in a little
less than eight hours. The lait lap
from High Springs to tainesville. a
distAnce of twenty-two miles, was cov.
ered In one hour and ten minutes.
Mr. Chastain states that the roads
In some sections were very lor. and
so uneven that It was dlmlcult to
make good time lie appreciated get-
tng on the hard roads of Alabhua
county leading from the north to
OalneslUe. especially after his ex.
perleace with the thoroughfares north
of High Springs.

Lee Didn't Shew.
Owing to some mlsuaderstandtng
between the hypnotist. Prof Lse. and
the imaagemat of the opImra bouse.
there was no show Tuesday night as
had been advertiamd. and after a urm-
ber were in the houm and had been
comfortably seated. the annouie-
mrt was made by rof I.. that
theree was nothing dtag." sad to
saneted thoee who *aid for their
tUekets to, to to the tb)s ole aind
et their twmecy bark
Prof. Le hxad adtrteid for a *sek
staad here. and hi. pIcrormatrc as
edaY r etentng was good. any
alea8dd mgant T'eiay alghtl. oaly to
he d appotntd bty the sadden turn

Geed Liement.
TeY will bust a good wahlte betf
Y W4 S p.ars.atie that is e
* cammabrrWnsli LutIte I as a &.re
mB i m aem r Wa rbr x.5utk palms, r
9 Sgre of spratus asd saea ao
I me-r-. It is equally almuable
fpT es' sad qall d pRated sese's
Pi e P 1 d 26.Sm *lOs la
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attention from iour vlitor
who have nce,\,r seen the'-',
cent flowers would lbe re'l il
trip to the I'nilveIr',y.
Prof. C. ('Connor, f', .
the ExpOilnment Htatlon,. hal
for the Phlllippline- to ent* r i
discharge of his duties s .\
Co lnnlisilone'r of Agrlcultutr


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This is Worth Remembering.
Whenever you have a couIh (,r 'lild,
Just remember that Foley's I inin,, uand
Tar will cure It. Do not Il..k oir
health by taking any but tlih g'nuliile.
It Is in a yellow packaKe. J. W. Mr
Collum & Co.


Dr. Waldo's

Gainesville Dental Offices


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Hf you an- t(,old we oaic- ',I -Ettl fuwA-t
materialM In Dmir l' wrk a tIl l Ie q char"
we nDimke, S W It) DI) ip I a st IrIssu
tlat your infoerniant Ii. itAakou.
WEK(&GARANTEE W.ii1 the M liOnto-'
in Air Cvmn ud ine4 work ak 2
sew and. P 1. W. Op- 1iigignn 111
Pormy Fsringp. iT r MAPu are-
Asih's mporbuduvtio ,l ruld pink.
Our' GamIdFO14l &Wer i1,fxapm
XCISWIP PUR I i0M CIH FP 2411 dftV
4liar Amahmm to ruwls. f -r' A Ata ld
Altoso blo wur ac 'Ya Ies to(mIto

In sawhI. cvwr"thiiua .**
It *w give "Wh mme-!.. 4. 10 Mrl
14 friidy Hi4gts.4rmo %I-ml n lslia-,
W .Ar a m ese sea 1 !,a 1 W, v. to. V)i, ~
Wr I ~e k yu'r tha it, 'wIS1t061o
efsaehw' teIn -*to al afa'rma1"
to W. h aw d u 't4U1tt ,'1I
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UNIVERSITY NOTES

Dr. Sledd and Prof. Rolfs L.t, just
returned from allahassca he,'reo
they went to attend a '- I of
the Board of Control of I!t i .1.r
alty. While In Tallahassee :, >,
preached on .Runday morn .. ith'o
Methodist and In the even .':n I i
Baptist church. Anong tl;, : t';irai
actions of the Board of ':c:rl it
was determined to establili. a chi;iir
of secondary education. The duties
of the professor In charge of this iic-
partment will be to o-oro'ii, t,, ai
far a- possible, the high sclhtols
throughout the State with tac'h ct her
and the University. hBeldcs this the
will lecture at the Univer-tl i, o tihe,
"History of Education." Th- .iepa'rt.
meat will be supported by I,,'th tIhe
State of Florida and the Gein'eiral Ellu.
cation Board. This board. e'-t tlihe'dl
by Rockefeller and having it. ,,tthi'es
In New York. will pay blr 1th c;-1>l1
of the professor to be seol'ct'i!
The lectures offered ti woi. the
auspices of the commltqe ,eon i'nivier
sity extension are still beinngI I h T re.
at various points in the S 't r TlieI
last lectures given were by l I tanks
at Brooksville and at Dade (' it
The chapel talks are, if .I1 cItni ,
Increasing In Interest. (,' ,I the'
best delivered was by r 11i on
"Christian Character." Ti ltilk onIt
Tuesday of this week wae ics I'I1,n
Killing of the I'xpetrlnemit sti iin IIs,
spoke very inte're'tinhgy talriI .iti ine111
very wittily on l.ifte th tile' I el ii.,;
Visitors are alias welCcot, lto il,1'.
Tuesday-ntornliit titlks.
Some orchids in bloom itt I I. rr,, .I
house are attracting a gr.rt diiel-il if


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COME IN \\I)IA \ T~: 'IMMsct u~a l do, wtci t ..10, *i itc cc


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the storeiwh se hop.'4
as hi Is thme palbeist





*ls autiwmestosi"alhuways~o
O W.Ma WrIW 1 NawtOrwn awkil
U Paper, 14 a Poll bl.t rsr .
Mam I two l bowUm m anpeIpr Is
ehai themselves i Ho, be Ohalf
mere UgineG s ado I amdl
raft$ lr ~owpa to m bavi oo
MNLA- A- lL -


. B. Peler. the p re *eleat
w.. treasurw, is a acaMte for
sa, aleha., as wil be m- iby Me
We 1wmt oa today's papr. Mr.
*mr probably knows as mamy peo
| Alabuas county as any on
thertL. and his friend will
ML teyal sIpport the ap

D 9u Of Th Su'ns unr rrponMCts
arel feUe to tasi a little or
pM wtb v t her communktlcaU.
S We ag t atpdnt a lever
poteet4el the en *atrY. but a wrant
you to tl berIr tdt SaI printctr are
a4t maltfleders emp* aly *bca It
cmes to IIllis i4 &m. A tahlg
Uat to worth dabu at al is worth
dot"n well. an i this ea aectial we
lath to CmulPamelt ow ur a err
momdets we eem mhas my itrou
bb with thMir maMrmt^.


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lor ait ta


abandon of A rdl
itbn t Otago, as
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dw a **4aatforw( a Cea isd





oa o. hta W to reI being
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IalrIN trsotseo 1 thSt, 0 having
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Sthe re otilumbr, lad la the ,altel
bora to ltiy restricting the ortpue
I-ot *MI 'w and crtly uae-






taned oat'x aan the prie of thes
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ted's at. stecarporatl, ioIndicate
pthat th So iont tho $U.OOO for

the yeants12 are t W th ae tot hal I
Spoiai bilg $42,000,0o0. The"e oeth.
i otIon of raw matartols ad
aaenpe, seeh a* Iroon, stl oal, ot,
sugar hoet .aluer, lead, lthe, salt*
borax^ sto By r-tretlag the output
aad doatroUtle the pricea of these
raw thee trusts are ble to

wsM i4 Uthir merc*.
^qipifw estimates of the tariff
preats of oe of thea trust, the Uni*
ted States stal corporation, ladisate
that they amonat to 9$18,000,000 for
the years u1O and 1908-the total net
proota belag 9341,000,000. Theae ee U


mat s- wo based on the difference be.
tweem the export and home prices of
mtel preduots and goods, the differ-
eev Ie beag multiplied by 4 quantity
of eaI kld of produtsol d, as
gina t the annual report of thil com-
pay hr the year ending December 31.
l Thls $1.,000.00. to clear tariff
hat bae# thersbeen no
these teel 9 l,. and
atd oey n sold here larl th i
I, tfor wblO) thb e were I
aey waou td bary t owt
s.1000o.00oo o than th* D
d. AAs nearly all of thesare uao

i a raw tmaterta have to


early I,000. 0 a year more or
Smatetrlal than is paid by their
Saoampetltor.,*ve thoemh bo
b aeel of our seel trust. Thi,
la Ial, Is a great handicap upon
oul Iaf etar, *especially who
at. 8tOg to aell oods I t or g
arket. It is this dltoralmataltea
favor of foreign mautetareu ask.
tla It meNh cheaper to produce out.
sde a the lasdeo of oar tarifl wall
that Is mainly reponsible for the
enonda of Afterca capital ite tot-
1m osuAtrk&. SGoure o 'fbrane'
Mils ad M a _ortee. operated by AWiS-
cae. hae during the paut few
years, been baed abroad la order to
selre hm the prwteoeti that mea
dearer raw material mad h nher "oat
of prVoteti. Had thee beeu so
enneleeary dutte oa raw material
the great aiat of busnaems trage
acted in these Ammtueowaed fore
te milkl would now be doae a this
country, to the reat advantage of
our own workllnam.." .
Mewae Thisf
We offer One Huadred Dollars Re.
ward for any ao* of OCarrb that emam
sot be cured by allal's Catarrh Cure
P. J. CHKNI'y CO. Toledo. 0.
We. the undersniged. have kaow
r. J. Cheney ft( the last IS ySear. ad
believe him prfr-tly boLorable l all
bulstes- trsactiak and aautuar
abe to carr) ot tay toblga tto ia
by his Arm.
WAIUING KINA AN Y& ARMX.
Whol**al' lruxitets. Toledo 0.
lHa's Calarrb Cumre I taken latea
ally, atlta dirwcrtl uPu the blood a
maeeous artare othe s*ytam. TaOe
anjoals seat fro*. Prike. e per
botte. iUd by au dr akt..
Tahe l"sOFamll I' Plls for
Pema I


17 7ueh a "aw is

.. *no tied i
'i lPrftie tetIur trom
I' of or able Superlpend
elt .*a.I t lo Dr. J. L. Kelley.
the P4pht4r t ain nub-
Uh spi s-se biu anifested
I. thai i votcm. Now tese eon-
vtiw a ar all right and are to be
arN. but It held every math
ta -2,f they Would not reach the
i i b sand impediment to the
eart u ebrols with whieh we
eonsOty shoeos daily 'met
driwl to asek some of

Me w s i many. may,
"i .t V roes mael d Pras,
t atinesses ow se hools.
are tias. awd our county
aqlr> and $uper1oatendeet e.m
l to firish able, active
i! .od W hol bonuses, won
p"pver fralture, and
t Is' on teoo U asy Iastanea
iag~g gl own sweet will as to
otg b, iool. Prnetly ebildrea
t t ttarthear thua quarter or
a 4l l from the scbool-room will
attiad et more tha two or three
at l to e week. aln then reach the
hboo, l bd se at *:W or 10 a. m.
Wore ltlS, I know of instances where
th hld Is Inclined to attend resa.
ltt but, is prevented through the
Most "Wlal oause. Thee same par.
eats nIer eoonrage a ohd to rtady
at heO' Mad a teacher who really has
Sweat hear absa It a "up-hlil"
Sto ma meu progress. I
leUve Alanbua has as able school
bowar ld superlatlodat as any n
tWas flate aad I baow that Dr. Kelley
trims to farlsh ear@aet teacer, but
thee DIl re beyond bli power to
Oa, ad pan only be reached by the
ilat I do wish that the county
upeurlateadeSt and teachers through.
out e mate would present the next
lralsaare *with one grand petlt*b
abklag for a comptlory school .
his Is the only lance for thi aul
eaSe.r which l blighttg the future
of thouanads of PFerlda's sons upon
whoa she must depend when this
older generation has passed from the
stage. Let the mucb-read columns
of The Sun continually wage this
point. ad future generations sold
and I believe till, 'iess it Respeatw
f1ly. ARJO.OR
Near OadlUae Pf.. Mar, lh I,01.


IsMMtee mk We mouga
Di o"VO.!24"d of Seheibv
d..it the m3elt~ -e*Oeuvlrhlm
uird uU5S)l~e d of atmoephoere

A at me refrll not help a t
so a=Lathe out Itw L
T h e c a u s e b e fto
vte AM ore

tor he
root ato
WSW~W5 the same
&SLin thre i Ageoomt,
IwlLT I good I" In


A IL 8@104 & 006. NOMW Aut%


BEST FOR CHILDREN


SAFE AD SURE Three Sb, sl20 LNO
*~ i nI ooiraftorNmi- *ml _som-,Job-
IhU T r LsadSa Un- eat C. Ds t I

SOLD AND ItOOMtNDED SI
"w. :M. JOBNWBSO,




SHickory Stove Wodi.

S1.00 PER LOAD
DELIVERED ANY PART OF THE CITY


Brown.Jenings Hardwood Co.


kId Fh ft. 135


S-a-ips- Fla.


GREAT VAN AMBURGO SHOWS


At Gainesville
19 -- Thursday, March

The S4tow Thlii Yv.:r ir Big-Ir and lektt>r and in a More Commanding Po-
Aition Thani Evr *'ion, to 1Maintain Their U;nriva'lel Standing and Rank
and to .hie* and Drliiht Their Thounandls of Patrons with
-- MAT ENTIRELY NEW AND EXCLUSIVE FEATURES -


A FEW OF T MWNtFEATUENo WI L Ik:
M waio Sheridan anti Her Tronru* of IN min i o Uons. A HIM d~ -
forming Elephant.. includling BABY, th. lArpvt Elephant In Urfs 1ld.
ROSEDALE, the Beautiful Jt L m Gi
EMhibhc. in Au'qcirra-l. i. uiv It-ut to-n irwljelm in hplht 04d rr 110
po"ind, has Trwtwit-loUj. 'trcrOg Algirl. Agility and Hft Is PO l
baFS srw' a l~oIatqr t., Pt'rokld 'I !1IIV W'eni.rfixhl I'l')ir~lyof TL~baInedh~-
411 FEUE 258 IE a M IES 21 FMI 0
in% -Floar randl h) ck of' lr' l'.*rti.q-r Fr',, j Mi Autloin
P r o a wn i "' A lillt i nc t 4 I t I 1. 1 4,rI k R P TN*r i f t o I
110. -' J *%itstorq1-y -4" tn 3 . "I ~ .I v A 1 ai.Iyi h A lL -m.0-0

Ido fthe jLEPUIITO IM

Ones $ta BABY amw

All 1tr Eventss ,
4S9w the Frte Stpert.aciiI.ir strqat I'r.i rtint' bon


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Wauchula recently voted almost
mouse to bond the town for fi.
thousand dollars for a new school

A large number of the horses which
pated in the State Pair races
e 'ee'shipped to Havana where a
racid season is being tiaugu-

re I planning mill and variety
owned and operated by the
Lumber Compny, i Matl
was totally consumed by Are kla
tary. Tbe losa amounts to about
000 with insurance of less than
4,0. The destruction of this plant
a moves from Madison one of its moat
Important and appreciated Industries.

Given Up to Die.
RI I1 1f N. Virginala 8t,
r..'i Site:- 'Tor ofrvr oe
SI was troubled with kidney and
or afecti&ns which caused me
pain and worry. I lost flesh
was all run down, and a year ago
i lto abandon work entirely. I had
of the best phylictans who did
no good and I was practically
Ten up to die.' Foley's Kidney Curd
recommended and the first bottle

second bottle I was entirely
Why not let It help you? J.
MeCollum & Co.

six Years for eAsslt.
' As.tabu!a. 0., March 10.-4oha
qWa, of Cteveland, former rwrep
tid the Str ctiria Irm Work*
raio,. wa seateestd to i years'
eat at bhar labor Ia the Ohie
tisay t y Jdg o oborts at Jet
r. O'ritem was eOa
tm = mt with tathat to masi
Raley, a NsMl4eoa Iorema, la
otber riot at Asatabes harbor oa
Rikm~th. Il.


a'


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4.A Lve p1 gm a baia snB planted
Ilot^ -_. :pl. *

A sweet potato ethiag 1 poiAnds
as been grown near .orento.

,The Contiental Hotel at Atlantic
each will open em the 21st inst.

A large iDumber ,of new orange
poves are behit aet around Brookj
yle. -
Much Inerest (s being manifested in
j 'various parts of the

e Government will expend $600,
at the Ky West naval station for
piovements.

SA larger are than usual of water-
RSlons wil be plated around Kslsim-
mem this year.

The largest orange grove In the
%ato 4s In Sumter county, eight liles
o6m Bushnell.

SA turntp weighing 18 pounds io on
46ibitlon at Kissimmee. It was
rown by C. D. Carroll.


The Ollchrlst
was dedicated
hundred pupils


Institute In Tampa
Monday last. Two
enrolled on opening


*m .f BAN AMURl .bW .

Will ExMbit at Gainesvlle on Thurs
day, March th.
No tented amusement enterprise on
earth has met with such p-t MnUoSS
Pralsa and applause as has the Gret
Van Amburg Shows. An ovation
griet. this clean and beautiful organ l
atldta at every point la IN annal
tour.
From the cold eaters of Hudson
Bay to the Rio Grao e nd Pacifi
shores se name of Van Ambur Is
a household word aad the coming of
the great shows that bear his dame
is greeted always with a hearty welt
dme.
From the gopeo of tha thow until
its present coloseal pO eado there
has not been a solltadt season In
which It has not led Its fellows In the
multiplicity and general excellence of
Its attractions, and now it tower
above and dwarfs and all other tented
exhibitions In comparative Insitnlif
chance, and this seson'it presents such
an opulence of sterlan and mertor-
lous attractions as to entitle It to be
deasnated as a vast Amusemet Gol-
ceada whose vooderous wealth of en
terttanment is unlimited and Immeas-
rmable. The Van Amburs Show has
always been the beat and biggest, al-
ways In the van, always prolific n
leading and sensatonal features, and
always fully equipped with the lnast
stable of horses and the most skillful
and finished bre-back riders, gymnasts
and acrobats In the profeulon. The
show has a large, well.ordered and
well-e4eeted mnagerle. containlng
living, vigorous spedllo"s of all that
ia straas, rare and corious within the
range of natural history, and this Roy-
1 homaa Hippodrome is a realiaUe r-
brductlom of that of the days of the
UeWel -soar.
ft y7 be "aId, howeor, that to
these always' prominent and desirable
attratios has been added, for the
current eason, many features so sta-
pendous into agntude, so overpowers
Itas n unprecedented grandeur and imi
praslveness, and so enormous in thl
expense mesaaey to this production
that the fatitrs mentioned, grand
and wonderful as they ar can at best
play but a secondary par.
Don't forget the date, Thursday,
March 19th.

IX KISlS THE LIMIT.

This Man ,.ted His i 4 AT e
tisate and Desrted.
Chicago, March 10.-S-Ix ljees a
day are the Ilmlt for Or M. Lao
bor. He promised Detetives Start
and Johnson, who arreatd him f
deserting hi affectionate wife, th
he would stay with her on that basis.
They found haftei a Bprtngbfle, Il.,
wherebe weat seven weeks ago.
"It is a case of too mash lo 1
dnley' busates," said Leedom on thB
way back f s prIneald.
"My wifeeho was married oOes r
twloe before-4s a od woman, and
a fle bousaaeepr, bet she's ee
stroeg ea the love buses to sat
Us,
,e IW, i 90 , ag*
Nt t that, bt I ~" at a .
t3Sa s sao W Whe I

I lt4> dowa u*t sapW.
My wift woad waMt m to eMd baMS
with har mad ar sy lH tialm.
-T-h oMly fae lt 4 had -
A was her lvi on8 -att fIl aeMo
a ga bst and DU e with r qf
sit eot the kstag bmat out. I
dost aiad a litt le hi W sad -.
eEt I draw the itUe at more theaas te
day."

-- *eTi W I 1eet .- --
Ores, Meo., March 10.-4n ie lo
ee eptios etetioa teM rhy, 9i
eeouty vit*f tor r tbties by s ur
eorty a( aI. Returse foom tmw y
eat of twsetV4wr erea5t W at f.


r~dh So~ib IIw

bi" dw ad a" ol 4
SabI* be
li to Oman twY



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""' es'e Sd oa


44b ba Ink
be t ash rrr~


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TaI. bso noe Work with as an0 35ll
No only (10 1"la rr dn a
ett of 4they 4 w. b
Tha is no owe sbnot any Rleall mawedy
-w makt them-oe thouand of as leading
dur t all Owr Amerml--in o0r 0reat C-
015511 1hhof5159I at Bos~es )daa We
ow. te Itvratu%* aI mryIthifg In tbm. and
-- -- --ep- 4 tdm4mLa u wvljy as ou mm-
ble bdu is sad y wil lWt sf sgW just a$
~ssdy aha bueM huOw bhow

lbk 0u uc.Temosrre

ties hea eim~ IsuTweae11


Woni s hgh &61. Iwt tiwfc r. .f r r'se
tIwo a "bmne.aU ithw ith ne of the Ir4
apping tb them
Cae.*%'hiVwe Ihkb. wr" f-- ,*
ew imtw tredugl es" t 10 r -is FI
lt(5et~om pro"" sr'4 tv, t?.w I ,
nvbe. w*ahsv lParq I A,' .1 I
or *wawi cYuine f *"
by the ON p I ii
cairs Cascuds ''S
its mamrrui brrav l': V
The cwn,:Maoma of lr~ ~
Sompasol mob"n Wtou 1"p. 1.
Oy6 tauffs p mos. ,u i.
04 to-s v .
a~ooara -YVO- A. 4 t6clah
Lug. UU4S hL )..

P~.Se#Thu 48ff.


simwe m ta mis the hesi qsO
-Jbj". The arm IW4
Amets are =4 sapdsimi00n angi00
rest. of a*te i @NOU Nft owl
O 71aproe mmw dry.

lkieldof tAlabemma
NMmomsta 7. AAa., NankW.
?"We aWAO IM ww To d- t S
C. Vhas. O fLass. W bDWad mim
qurly aj of e. sbot h bis sm as
of. HIs Vito Mrd the Of bb
f/? 54'? q'tR t*'! I i Id, IEVU0 t!'* M
me ha pm had gi*a 1 aerMna
so a ak-!I e to" i IksO b" 0
sad thea it aina taed tbat h be SGd
we we Me b. s. rqb AW" b.



We I 86PW 0"0
ru uu mm Y k
m .am .*,
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To-day we want to talk to


you about "Catarrh cures"


During the pas: iftw months we ha\ev
been publishing what so li of our g,,,l
friends have called "hcart-to-heart talk%"
on patent medicilns.
That name sr ,, u all right-"heart-
to-heart talks" i' just what we have
intended. There can't he anything more
serious to a sick man or sick woman
than his ailnctit l,.l the remedies he or
she takes to ct'-c it.
Our ralki h:lu h,-cn "heart-to-heart."
Every word we h:Ive printed ha been
written in absolute arnestneCs and sin-
cerity, and judelint: from what our cusri
tomers tel us, \'.w'' Ine not heen talkinti
in vain. Ve :ar, convinced that our
frankness has ,ein anti reciated, andl tliat
our suggestion- '. iv\c been wHlctmrd --
*which naturally n'ctrages us to con-
tinue.
To-day, and perhaps for, some time to
come, we want to talk about tlit hbig
class of remedic known generally a
"catatrh cures."
Broadly speakitin these are the patent
medicines that I1~lve 1eeIn the chief tar-
gets for the attack of the "Ladies*
Home Journal." "''llier's Weekly" and
other magpaines which are waging such
a lively warfare against patent medicine
abuses.
As we have pointed out in previous
talks, it Is not our husine s to pass judg-
qment on the crusade of these well-
known, highly-respected publications.
The public alone niust be the judge and
Jury. Our business as we see it, is to
carry in stock a complete line of patent
medicines, and to sell those medicines at
the lowest possible price.
We sell 'undlreds--ves, tlhouandts of
bottles of so-culled catarrhh cures," and
know nothing of their inrcrelients. The
manufactwmers advertise them, the public
demands them we order them from the
manufacturers, and sell them at th, 1mow-
est price. ThIt is abtolutelv .s f r as
our knowledge r,-',. The in:nufactnur'r
keeps his forr'la n secr-et. It may he"
good. or it may not-we don't know, :anl
we have no meaIn of finding out.
Naturally. We would rather sell a rem,


l"y that we know is right-that we cam
I .tck up wit h all our reputation for hon-
e-t y ami uaTre dealing.
.\nld \v:ulni t \ou rather buy that kind
of a remedy ? \Voultn't you rather hold
us responsible than to hold no one
responsible? We are right here, right
where you can get at us every day in the
week, right where one fal'e move on our
part will bring upon t,' \our condem-
nation, the Ioss of yot'r f:i'Indship, your
patronage. your intluin-c. Can we afoad
to tell you anything that you will IettM
later is not absolutely true?
Are ytou not safer in taking our word
for the merits of an article, than you are
to rely on the printed statmiinit of a pa-
tent medicine manufacturer, whot yots
nver even saw and probably ntver will?
('omnmon sense most emphatically tellq
Yvo that we cannot afford to depart one
hair's breadth from the rigid truth.
None of us can deny that there is such
a disease known as catarrhh." Those
who have it, or who have hai, it, know
that it is one of the hardest dlisease to
cure.
Perhaps the worst thing about cantarh
is its prevalence. Almrot evervone-
especially in a climate like otiur has
catarrh in some form or another. That is
what has made the catarrhh cure" busi-
ness so profitable. There are so many
thousands of rases of the disease and it is
so hard to cure. that the patent medicine
manufacturers hive reaped a harvest in
preparing remedies that appeal to this
large class of sufferers.
One of the nost serinou things aboit
catarrh is that it breaks down the sye-
tern, so that the sufferer becomes a prey
to other diseases. This fact has led the
proprietors of so many catarrhh curea
to advertise their remedies as a specifle
for almost every ditsase under the sun.
\\V have (oNE catarrh cure that we
nre will;-n' to v t to vyo; "We know
th, i- :,' right T Tke it hione and use it
v iih li', fl, aasraince tirh t if it does not
Sn, ,..%. -,'i can briniz it bh ck to us
;,, ..... prompttlv refund your
Iron,' lv "L Clt catarrh cure is


Mt ye. In"~av~

Well. here are the sinswm that usualy I&
dicst* ito presence Claerkthem covera&W
viu have any u4 them. try 1 batle cik of JIJ
31 au .T#'r1ne.
CATIARRH- '()V I1RV-OSF:-Cllksee'--
uLerSulln)E waaj uhbstlIwI4--woey 44.
Charge and later thwidS julyll asw tes0iaw
dowherge (nt. Ihre jsi-h~adshe-ld
Wrtrgh-#5JS .u*44worryelyejee-e41W I-OreAlsE

CA7AktII P OF1TH THROAT -Irreautee-
wrisawpot opt heaeet 4dresrun~tawt Mork-
,g --Voofe thF'Wt -an 'l gift 14) Lteatsor

tMadat$ .4o .,i4,,W cheeks .s I _'
I6A4 fflt:' -* -!rtip,1,I rit 4 ,1.11. *14s"uig o
SrA p h rt r r'.' itf ro 4, 10 s slr u agsM --c4 g*
if, sIf't eatttg -n ,.v1?4., ii heesi.Jf .asd we--
It iil yiI~ III ?'1 r *~-I PCYESTIIIS...N
te ,gr p II MI I,* t
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0, kf IfII 't;,Pr A(n trim
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A tlanti ata Consul 11a

%'' With a Ross In Her Hana.
Miss Sprlug, wid a roe in ba
e ' ha',
SCallin' sor an' low:
Dar's another in de y m for yor,
young maa,
But dey'll agt It 'to'- w howl" ..'
qwifter my dat he oe0 toi siay-
He wrop up Ina Mowwllb o doe,
M Ml Sprin ahb lak o hI r we t,
*weet wa
Aa' hit i* '04 rot
Oh, i U 4, do ye kmow
Do wtrt' wa aun a eT? .
poe d tti a t ea' a' AIe on de

mr D e reana au' vle tool
i 'tr nm to slee.
IL
S The noMe the street where tha
wor aets t wop:
et Fm lug to sleep.

row thw tall :
at Fra oa o l .
I ave goe= them a journey o'er low.
S lead aE tstep:-
t ra Molag to sleep.
S'I I.
The ar kisses and tears-there ae
joys I would keep,
t a going to aleep.
F" U.tim th to the solantg

I toig to ep.to
Sfi. the ea a that o give when
Lis waters row deep:-
1=a going to leep.

SprintL..Itary Note.
S'l0, there" cried the. small boy,
S ewtba's the goat ouhawi' jp yer pooe
tht bloaed out d de windert"
"Te s" said the o'ot "I observe
hblt. The-outsde world is hungry for
|t my o*ii ,--
Word fem I'W Williamse
SI strtbed e frawortks matter leave
I' dis' Weo, air Satin forgive me
fa ever abuis' do coal trust!
I hs always noticed dat folks what
l kitsll you all out heaven Is de fast
tor We' ftr a doctor ter keep 'urn fum
,wto dar.
Ss 'folks don't go ter meet"i' on
C.J' hda kane dy alant got religion
aOgh) ter keep de ra iff o r do fre

never I worked for d bes' I
gotlit; but w'ea I mot edil a' hoped
t it, do yutbhe feller got dar ahead
r me, an charged me six prloee for a
corn lot. -
The Old Women's Notebook.
The fust strawberry festival of the
eason wus blind-tlered, an' got 12
t mouth.
The old man has been busy for two
days trying' to ind oa-poerent alco
S hoi n a suun,.cted gallon of soothing'
s lrup.
News of | tralu bela' ditched on the
way to 0e a bau caused all the
marfolks to velunteer to railroad It
thagah.
"4Whilst the preacher wua here, pray.
bi r the old man, he stumbled over
'' two Js, an' nigh broke his leg: an'
S lt'@ lmy opinluo that what he aid
WhiN h appemed made his prayer
look eturlou to the assels.
Hft's my frm belifs that GeorgIa
is luoh besttr ot fr betl' dry; but
htit' i mlsgty hard that a poor d'
's 'Osas cat have bitter In the houe.
Sttors is ebrmtb'nla'. an'. took aWth
____ lpligtra tor more of a bleee
S n' the the Qrgy Leislatur'.
The Old Man's Mweverte


Ixpim "0" AMi tooCt1of Gc"
4 quars an Bro ok .......... (L.
13 quarts Seuny Brook........ 100
(Boled In Boad.)
4 quartM M wood .............. 4.
13 quarts Mletwood........... 13.00
(Bottled In Boad.)
4 quarts Oskheaetar........ 00
Is aart oiMl kaetor ........ Il.7s
(overaent Bottitag.)
4 quart MoecrWtf Spr s.... 4.00
It quarts Moieretf prt ... .. 11.00
(Aleo Dotted In Bead.)
4 quarts lHermitage ....... . 00
Roth Old GOods and Boued In Bond.
Remember. an above Wtkleoe are
Dottled to Deed uader Oovrwmot's
upsrvatsloa.
Pnoe Glended Whiskles.
Lw taS 4 quarts............ 0e
H tear. 4 qarta.............. .o
Haler. 4 qarts............... t.
bamdes fats 4a. 4 a uta........ .00
Cascade? Tmana e 4 qarta... -.00
um'a Momogram. 4 qt. bU d
or Blm'a sMoogram potted
In bdA 4 qw"t........... 410
It qeart NoMooam ........... It2
lm's Sylva tm di. 4 quar ... US
MIm'a Ilvaa w me. mauta... UM
Bm'LSytvan Ole I quMta... l40
BIM' Syht a .Qklt. warit... -a
Sa Club 4 quarts.s.......


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m


S "The world seems to have left me."
A td the old man, "and yet I've still
t a cosy corner in It. I had to go
al Ithe way to seventy year to lad
L at bow little It takes to make happ*i
i 1 I had my trobles along the
SWay, and I thought I'd never live
.the h 'em. but the friends who
0 red with me had their burdens.
ft sI ad we talked 'e over together.
a wat wuhne was weery. we le him
ro by OWe readade and shared his
hwd amazing a. aaud Ho praeed oa.
aomr whV wet t O at there. with
tha stai t r their fae did aot
wa gaakeet wa m o sweet to
them; ad be ad by. of all who
earted ea the jeww with mN. not
er waa h 4 a 4I sad. I still
hav a osa ear n the world-a
thoughtfd *- srt of drm4e-li
Lti: ad th tlght a n mae g .
Mto me. f abh t minn ti t ta
nMo the 14 of Ret aI dee a
as ad alm .L is M-hOmW tI h
ber tg of Ltbe's hair %ftC 'Ubes


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OL16 10 ALL 6-8006M

In that earlket moratn when the
world sian "May," or Int t lh tilht,
with the ashe of roes that havl
made the hutatned soul almost as
wdite ad beautiful as God would
bave t bet
("Llstet Thbre's the patterntl
feet of ~P chlld en; and rosy cheeks
are comlag up to me, and Mortnai
will kiss Night!") *

Unqualed as a Cure for Croup.
"Besides Welan an *exellent'remedy
for oold and throat troubles Chamber.
lain's ough Remedy ls uneluaed as
a cure for Rtoup," ays Harry Wilson
of Waynotown, Ind. When given as
oon as the crop cough appears, this
remedy will prvent the attack. It is
used snooesafully In man tbousads
of home, FPr al bx e aldrsiats.



H. J. DEMPSE
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FURNITURE

Furniture Sold on Easy
PP mental. Show Case
Made to Order. Repairing
a Specialty. Sell on Com-
mimion.
HqgOl. ,

at Reasonable Rate,. ,
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S-B l i OWed and ev.
sAffetdy f ed.
U e lto.-Thirtem
U beei weO overcome by
a6 Paayrivast tnanM here
1t- r died a d nine were
o ected tht t. were tak-
'l rtaln. It other nrerived.
T'4l the dead are maroes, the
et ~,ia '*at a map.
)The. were at wwek radng In
itheW eel b ta from North
m JWk' we0 of thse nipm atlon
S aa musne. It former
*a series of tnelc c Ithe
y but tVaemlo me in
BDodesnoSoewr ddad.
ii w ainoawa h ie the ran
GW aw iw ildtl a" taed. bSoe
i Uk'm awi dl dimae ti
aU baisa to an oputaOg ad a
N lr~. A reseasl party with a
d a aesam ear wet se at lato the
$ A. d4 the fd Hbodle and th
t t vorkw a tutakeW to ae
awti"e. Tro were a
,tr1 air lUon aMd seveM others le
i C avE senat to s tae city bojpital,
IM wt ws aa d later that all would
Oever.
POP. N. A. Howell of Havana, Cuba,
Resemmend Chamberlain's
Cough Cure.
"As la Nago as I can remember my
moher was a faithful user and'friend
ot Oaabertlan's Cough Remedy, but
never a. my life have I realized Its
true 'value until now," writes Prof.
I. *A. Howell, of Howeall American
Scloo, lvana. Cuba. "On the night
of Fabreary trd our baby was taken
"aok with a very severe cold; the next
day wa worse and the fallowing
nglht his condition was desperate. He
ooild not lie down and It was necesa
'ry to have him in the ars every
momettt ven then bhi breathing
waddiafelt. I did not think he would
live ntU morning. At last I thought
of my mothers remedy, Chamberlaln's
Co gh Remedy, which we gave, and It
afforded prompt relief, and now, three
days later, he has fylly recovered.
Under the circumstances I would not
haestate a moment In saying that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and
that only, saved the life of our dear
little boy." For sale by all druggists.

Shot HImself Through Head.
Athens, Ga., March JO.-Benjamin
H. Kinaebrew, formerly deputy sher-
If of Clarke county, and a well known
ettien,"committed suicile her* Sat-
unlay afternoon at 6 o'clock at bit
bomo by shooting himself through the
brain with a 44-caliber pistol. Death
wail instantaneous. No special cause
was aligned for the act. He was
talklg to his wife a few mrnlute
before the shooting, and war In ap
parently good mind and very pleasant.
She left the room to bring him his
supper, and while she was gone hi
killed himself.

For Diseases of the Skin.
Nearly all diseases of the skin such
as ecsema, totter, salt rheum and bar.
tws' Itch, are eharactorsed by ai In-
tene Itching and smarting. which of.
ten makes life a burden and disturbs
deep and rest. Quick relief may be
had by applying chamberlain's Salve.
It allays the ItoIng and martin
almost- Instantly. Many cases\ have
boen cured by Its use. For sale by
all dr ggists.


I1


,,lromo


Laxative Bromo O lne
- WS OMUtLS WB TO -A4 Aw 4 k yAmr.


Alwq remember the fil name. Look
for Ats sgnsare on every box. 36o.


'tMVER RAPIDLY RISING. An acid tongued coltteporary sug.
S1 gets that Mr. Up 5o warmly
Kanawha and Poca Rivers Threaten;welcomed in h anad that they had
Disatrous Flood. better naturalist him a ,l rn him for
Oalllpoli, O., March 10.-The Governor-GeneraL But at we under.
beavy rlnnttll has again started all stand It, he dooas ot Want a job
the rives In this section to rising and where he would haveto rader reports
the indIestion are for a dsamstduS to a suseraine power.
flo6. The great Kanawha and Poca _N ,
river are booming and tbousands of A Plaant Physl.
oslars' worth of timber has been lost When ou want a pl-amt phy!
ar opener, W. Va. give Chamberlan stomach and Lvr
The Boor mill situated on Mill creek give Chamberlain's Stomach and LIer
wa wabhed away. Many house are j Tablets a triaL They are mild and
flooded and much stock has been lost gentle in their action and always pro.
in the waters. The Ohio river is 46 duce a pleasant cathartI effect. Call
feet and stll riblng. at any drug store for a free sample.

A 1aby J -


Should be sunshine In the home, and
will be if you give It White's Cream
Vermifuge, the greatest worm medl-
loe ever offered to suffering hu-
manity. This remedy is becom- I
ing the permanent fixture of well'
regulated households. A mother, i
with children, can't get along without
a bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge
in the house. It is the purest and best
medicine that money can buy. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.

Dragoman Assassinated. .
Salonika, European Turkey, March P
10.-M. Asklth., the chief dragoman I ,
of the Greek consulate general In
Salon4ka. was Rhot to death by an Tlan a fire-engine when your
unknown man on the streets of this
city Saturday. The crime is attribu. i10USL 1S 011 fire, buause it 111-
ted to ti>e Bulgarian-Macedonian corn,tAutly scure the-entire value
m eet,,


CASTORIA
For Infan Children.
Th lth You Have Alwap Boughl
ears the ,
4pignture ot l Zz



T. F. THOMAS

UNDERTAKING CO.

FULL LINE OF
NEW GOODS....


AI.;NTS FOH
*OlNIMENTS, TO)MIISTONEI
and IRON I'ENCES.
5f".% our saploe.
Persl atttoesBon to all urwln
tis Ula. Manl ad telerraph order
roapU tteasded to

Oaloeville, Piorida.


of your home-that is, wlwni
your name is penned upon a
strong policy for


Fire Insurance
n the lost of companies. Winter will
aret splndhid aidl to, big blazes. low
Salot your home? If not in safety, tlli
oflnce will at onwe insure it on receipt ')
a (ine frn, you. THINK.




I s ust.rvUrt. rUnsB.%
Offnce l
The Galnesvlle National Bank Bldg.

Alachoa Conoty Abstract Co
[Iloorporswodl
Perry M. Colon. re:a; J. W BrDaSit Vi1*
Pre.: B R Colho. SeSe.Jre.
GAINESVILLE, FLA.

We do an exclusive Abstract busl-
nces, with facilities for Impartln Full
Information concerning the Title of
any and all lands In Alacha oanty.
All h. ... ......... ..


BEER
P'ABST BLUE 14,111N.,N
$1. per "sMOO1.00 pr bbl.
3UNI;'8 iIR DHFAIRT
$1.60 per d&W. 0.0 per bbl,
P I) II Jf. ~w'9etw Up


EARLY TIMES
The 116t -s or 'S tir i i -ii tlhii rkut
8 Years ( Idg' llttI.-d M 1341114
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l~he,!,11 'lu *;rts .........S$4A1
Clri lu1t.p,1-0. 'Warts ....SAO
Pure tNo)rth Carolina White Cor 5$
Black n1d Il111 cCorn, 4 quarts.. 5&
lIarver t (Com 4 quarts .......
laurt~ \'.iv Corn. 4 quats...
Iri:;rorted S'"tcl(h Wblslres. Rraa6es
G I'.'rt Az 'Sherries delivred ia
follows:
4 C I lub Blend Scotc
W\'hr~ dellere fr. LM
4 Morallic Prrem 3 Sans
SCarlos Se rry.. 41A
4 Nl#)li ,rl,,drt port.. .
4 S~ttl, i l;l & Underwood Dri
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4 txwtsirIlo-rttlune"...,
4 N)ttleeg ( 'U1d toh n
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POLITICAL

ANNOUNGIENTS

Advertisements under thiL head, not
exceeding nine line, win be publish.
ed one time a week In the daily.
and one time a week In the semi
weekly, from now until the Democratic
primary on May 19th for $10; after
April 1st the rate will be $5. Cash
must accompany the announcement In
every Instance.

FOR SHERIFF.
At the earnest solictaton of many
s throhout the county, I an-
am e for ti oMe of Sheriff of
Scout, subject to the action
the priamr electic. It aited I
Aeure the people that I will serve
tMn flthfully and Impartially.
P. 0. RAMBEY.

I hereby announce myself as a can-
didate for the office of Sheriff of
Alachus county at the ensuing Demo-
plrmary, and solicit the sup-
wof the voters. I promise, If elect-
$d, to discharge the duties of the
oioe without fear, favor or partiality,
tO the best of my knowledge.
,W. G. RICHARDSON.

ia the primary election four years
ao I made the statement that If my
ends would give me the office at
t time, I would not again ask for
My intentions were pure, and on
account would I have come before
again asking your support, of
own accord, but many of the best
from various sections of Alachua
ty have petitioned me by writing
a great many other personally to
d for the nomblatlon of Sheriff
the coming primary, and today I
ived an official request from one
the most powerful moral organisa-
Ia the country, urging me to
4 for the nomination, ,and, In
rece to their wishes, I announce
I will accept the nomination for
ofAlachua county on the plat.
and according to the rules of
Democratic primary, held May
s d if nominated and elected I
wil perform the duties of the office
with the same impartiality and Jus-
ti that I have doe e In the. past.
L. W. FENNELL.
March 6th, 1908.
FOR' COUNTY JUDGE.
I respectfully announce myself a
eanidate for re-election as County
Judge. I solicit the votos of all Dem-
eorats at the primary on May 19th,
s d If nominated and elected I will
rform the duties of the office to the
!bto a my ability with the same*im-
cIMtallty that has characterized my
lhbarge of the same in the past.
respectfully. H. 0. MASON.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
I respectfully announce myself a can-
didate for re-election to the office of
County treasurer and solicit the votes
t all Democrats. If elected I promise
to fulill the duties of the office in
the future as in the pat. Respect-
fully, R. II. PEELER.
March 6th. 190f.
FQR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
I respectfully announce myself a
-ndidate for County Commissioner
district No. 4 and solicit the
Ctes d all Democrats at the coming
$rtmary. Respectfully. J. W. MAY.
liocaopr. Fla, R. P. D. No. 1.

I hereby annoummn myself a candid
l for Coumty oOmmlssalM er from
No. 5, subject to the action
the primary. If elected I will e*.
arr to give the people a fair (id
rutil esrviee. espectful.
R. M. MARTIN.
Hawthorn, March 0th, 190L

4I respeeatfuy anmaee myself a
Steer m esatiu a County
Ib-li i tro nbtriet No 5.
tii-- of ra se s Itd the fto.
a the t s t. sad soitc the
M .w of my feBeDes Re .
,l JV. P.TWNUND.

r seepectllly sammee myself a
8er Comy Cns.m' mes
Nblk o.. If elected I prmo
B t m y U fthMl atr etIs to
Pth el et the o-e sad serve
E e the heat ad my sllity.
h vse of ay flelow-Demo-


Ia V. P. AVANT.


HIGO WATER CLAIMS LIVIS.

Flats Swept Over Dam In the Monoen
gahea River.
Pittsburg, Pa., March l1.-Three
lives were lost Saturday whea the
towboct Stella Morena, with two fiats
of ooal, went over dam No. 4 on the
Moaongahcla rlvbr, at Port Perry,
Pa., and bank in 20 feet of water.
The Moren was about th enter the
lock when the strong current, due to
the high water, swung t around, and
before It could be controled, the ves
eel and the flats were swept over the
dam and completely wrecked. 0oc was
caught between the kc.k wall and the
boat and rushed to death. The rest
of the crew, numberin te men, was
throw Into the river, but all were
rescued except Loram and Bush, who
were nct seen after the boat went
down.
The Moren was owned by the Mo'
nongahef River Corsolidated Coal and
Coke c.qpaay. The los Is estimat-
ed at $30,000.

Listen
And remember the next time you
suffer from pain-caused by damp
weather--when your head nearly
bursts from ,neuralgla-try Ballard's
Snow Liniment It will cure you. A
prominent business man of Hemp-
stead, Texas, writes: "I have used
your liniment. Previous to using it I
was a great suferer from rheumatism
and neuralgia. I am pleased to say
that now I am free from these com-
plaints. I am sure I owe this to your
liniment" Sold by W. M. Johnson.

Negres Was 110 Years Old.
Valdosta Ga.,,. March 10.-4Rose
Mstchett, a negres, who i6 aid to
have reached the remarkable age of
110 years. died In this county tM
week. The old woman claimed to
have been born oi South Caroln, la
1791. and some of tbe oMer re4dents
of this county, where bhe had yved
for probably severtv years, substan
tiate her claim. People who knew
her before the civil war say he was
a very old woman then. She retaiml
ed most of her facultleI until her
death.
Alice Roosevelt's Wedding
Was something to be recorded In
the annals of history. Herbine has
been acknowledged the greatest of
liver regulators. A positive cure for
bilious headaches, constipation, chills
and fever, and an liver complaints.
J. C. Smith, Little Rock, Ark., writes:
"Herbine Is tae greatest liver medi-
cine known. Have used It for years.
It does the work." Sold by W. M.
Johnson.
Will Devote Time to Lecturee.
Rome. Ga., March 10.-The Tr
bune-Horsld received Saturday the fol-
lowing special from Its Washlanton
correspondent t "t Is reported hke
by high authority that John Temple
Graves has reslged from the New
York American to devote his entire
time to the lecture platform. Some
friction Inside the odfce, cupled with
his nonatoorobust health, are report
ed as the cause."

Several Hurt in Aut Crash.
Pltteburg. Pa., Marbh 10.--4i a
mobile drive by iBmard 0. MO~uI y
crashed ntoa ear owemd by WUIM
L. Klng, vice preld-t eo te JB*
& LIaghlta Steel m aay ea CesN
avenue Sunday. and werv l p ais
were seriously but not tUally bared.

N Ce a en ewr
There Is o ase record of
eousgh or cold reealtin ta p*eumoma
or conmmptlon after oley's HoMe
and Tar has bee taken, as it will
stop your coa and break up yoW
eaol quickly. Refse auy but the
eato Pokley's HMe ad a Tar I a
yellow package. Costauls opiate
and Is safe and sure. J. W. MeCoslm
A Co.
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teutilo to the dtutee of the oes mt
the future as the pte a Tmal
you for past support. and UOid
your votes at the emiag elti
am Verr trliy.


ftP mUSES qeeOOtmOAND .j ONT. 'rAl NO W.
nusIfl I bemby a&&eow* wseV a cav
h8meehatins as a em er d Ari s f0 *be"
l akaei Vreasu34 I to behld a nthe 14th *W Atprl.
1 v e I I Prom ife i&ewtd to mdesvw
do dama ,a ss psk r"Wlror by Thte wes.
as ti Mtel .h~r 1-rktetequis hr the ord~i
PLaY ord M aeb se as sea as posipablytear. mW
seerams, ""w in hvtt I teowages ofan llw.mdObg
Ve Try ii Jrpf~ly
a IL WEN MM CHSI P0K14
I To tcr a*Vr of OalsoefIl i-I hW
-- I. Il ~4hr I ta5 murt'-t i.! unogud35 my1 in
foar Mar" ii ol athte rMy .4 Oe~1in,
MUTIM 3100M'ik.. I bhere Lusn a* might wwt s
FOR MARGRAL. Ilef s hie)O wo&Sm.O


#a d- duA d Ib -
am as1s a M I 1e, ahZo


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M.ASTERA SALL
t7sder and by winnurof m a eerttin final do.
ere of Of r1MC wre aade ad rerior.d an
&bs U11% dsa Of41440r9M A. D. In"04 bv the
:~t~Ch06 1 CA oft 01 1", 00th
= 0= 1 of POIVIrdot, Isd r r A).oh0l5
evvil father IN Irt OsAW Salid%0 wMa trelai
1k.M to'ws sI ~IN er iv PsitvI
T o b 4r ii C h1 anets. d.

aoA SwilA. D. % be nmainebe.
hI gr eea r51. bf@ tCourt House
4; W- 6 0 Ie Oluf ui Vllle, Alabus
60". austate of Vlowa. -Iffor sale anid
Sel 111 ubic oww7, to &be best and boat
U4de4theefer. foresaLt IuIowIaU od.
mori dPro" IF towit: Asm 0ihded elevom.
'Woftth151ff551 IN theI55wInlo wer Wed
Iad mswd. b., fn ts Altsus
couof* ise vio(a. arlr 4eoorlb-

tMONeeW. boerdlteism" 04 6111w, u lb.aO
tot0 so me U be&oeIsie ol 5wI@stop eriala
maUpblataid Morty o be d q j* t apf & o


%be deleadant. eharloo W wme. % say
NewdeIudo rot e rte eH4 Dly of
wrt~sI o Special Vaster to Chavrory.o



OTIS T. GNU.$i, 0w iw Ke t ~lpr.

NOTirz Or APPLICATION FMRI1TAX
'IMuE IrIDKR 6r MON -*Or O :HATEPM
4W .LA W K Or 1OWU[).
NoticesIs ba v e inven W IbtalJ. I tl oliv
1%r beset of ?au Certtnh'aw ?N.J. 90)
OW4 %lbe 3rd d&F of Jutv .A. Ii Dan.
ben sloed OMV eenlsate a is me.. s~.and has
11466 &61" tfWs$ #P411Q i0110P In 60-,
masi Swl~aSISr feark~ tai e to YImi.In o





Aishos .OUN&Y. lourld.. lsib
Nofid efI ts wof Nell hia r.Tp 11 B".IL
Is-IQ 60~"s.I
The said saadbolnif asaowd at the date of
bE r hi of sashUeea ito Ishosame of
Cl Le wis. orrl



valm NedO senseaSe mbal be resdoeed mN.
aiwdea Imw169z d r l1WNW t$her*" as
%Iteese wy 0 wre. wsai trln0d
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ME ~n UIW V NI 11011111OF CHAr
41111,LAWS OPF LWdA.
wads "6bs s taei u basit 13 1 smn ,


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DV3U 3ru. 303 El,

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PhoseVA.


laask


DI AWISNANAX &PZARCt,


Leave 3:00 a. m.............. ...Astor........... ...... mL ave 4:00p.m.
Leave .................... Iter riford (DeLand) ......... l.ve 1:00 p. a
Due 9:00 a. ................... nford .... ....... leave 10:00 am
Due 10:30 a. m................ I.uterprise. ............... .ave 10:30 a. a
Passenger and Ticket Offce, 122 West Bay Street, Jaeknville.
H. H. RAYMOND, V'cl.reIl'lertl nt and Uven.iral Manager, New York. .
H. E. MAYNARD, F. T. M. A. C. IIAUKitTY, U. P. A.,
Pier 83, N. R., Now York. Pier 36. N. R., New York.
L. 8. SCROnLB. C. A., F. M. IIIONMONONR, A. 0. P. A.,
Laesburg, Fla. JoksonvNile, rha.
L D. DJONES, T. r. A., JOHN I'ENDItL. T. P. A.,
Jacksouville, Fla. Jacksovllli. ria.
C. P. LOVUIJ. Agent. Jacksonville, Vla.
General OfIees Pler 36. North River, New York.






ATLANTIC COAST LINE

RAILROAD


North, South, East and West

T'lrough 'ullnmn Sorvice on1 All T'ninm.


Consult the "Purple Folder"


For detailed


infornmition, lollelleN, mteo andf reoer-


nations, ee your nearest Ticket Agent,
or write or call on


-i-a


AW.e Frik


nt. )Division Pas. Agent,
t Line, Atlantk Cod Line, I
,LE, FLA. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

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ArrolmuxnAT-LAw,

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is 'wifl ,11e led a wrtesar TR F -


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LEGAL iAEtISMENiS. -CLYDE STEAMSHIP CO.

COMMInSIONIES SALE.
Under and by virtue of1 Ja cre
made and rendered on the 1: l'. i l.t
Apr&l. A. D 1900, by lHotn
Wills, Judge of the Circuit Cou'rt
Eighth Judicial Circit of FlHAl iOa. 0iw
and for Alach a couty*, In lcl r%
and under and by !vluye of .% a d o ten L e
madbd and renadod by the s.ail .iu:g,
on the 23rd day of l ASeptemb. 11
190,7 directing the a of th,. ,ropl
erty hereinafter described, t1,% u, n.
designed coamaIsloSers. for parti-Ft. O SUB.A.II.INQC S E .&Ofl W E3
tlou and distribution among the 1 aiti .TWI.
Harry A. Wilson, William ,Alexith ,ir
Wilson. D. o. Wilson w alle N. \v.it. Jacksonville aond New York,
more, and Ell mbeth'J. Ada.tn. ~ e.
the understgnead onmlion.rs tll Oalling at ORARLErsTON 0.. both ways.
seal t public outry before tit court t lhe PIMt I mmaJ Lg in the C0astwIu 8urvIe
ho*t@ daoor. n the M~of GtitCnsii. Tlt,
Alchus county, Florida, -t%,in tilt' 0
lega o8 Of t ol, mW iia, .. t C lyde New England and Southern Lines
Sth day of April. A. D. (2' l, to Oiw
highest and best bidder therforl. til Freight 8ervia Betwe m JACKONVILLiE BO TOP and
of that certain lot, tract, pleetr Ir. PRO)VIDENIC, and All Eastern Points,
cel of land situated, iflaySIg l bc. l Oalling at (harleston both ways.
in the county of Alahe uia iii. t,
8tate of w loria. and aore *:irtlculnr. JE i-I 'oW E L Y BA II NGR
ly known, distinguished, a ind irh or .thlbound .......... ................. From L*wis' Wharf, BI s
ed as follows, towit: The \\,.: halt tathbound........... From Foot of W\v shigtol at.. Jaebsonville
(W%) of the fractional portil.' n f th
North balf'(N%) of Secti o t'h'irt\-
oute Range Twenty(20 t, Clvde St. Johns River Line
the Arredondo Grayt, and c..tl'.ai 3otwWen JAc~IKONVILLK aSrd t'4ANPuo NI
seventy (70) acres of land. z. .ir, or dotlrpng lt 'ilrtks, store e~rrsford D@I and), awl, I ,trnerstte la.ndigal
less. on St. Johns River.
Together with all and sluc,:l.ar the
rights, tenements, heredltal, t.-t and Steamers CITY OF JACKSONVILLE' and "FRED'K DE BARY'
applurtenances to the same m I, lij'11Kg,
or In anywise appertainingl 'rTin,,, aIre a5pinitiei to s Il as full s: Lea-si JACK.% ii s.t., Odly e.z t
cash. oaK tday., at ; a) p. n, I teur aiip, iitp.t. ~IA' IsklN Ijlly
At Oalnesville, Floridas this 2ne day Lvt' eits S id a, as lU:t) aS. nl
of March., A. I). 1908. .-
J. II. JARVIA s.a. rs ELN) ,ru aL Ud
W. H. PAI.M:R, seaddowga sNt L. ,
J. C. ADKINS., Leave 3:30 p. ma.................. Jacksonville .... .......ue. 5:00 a. m.
Comm llstller.4 Leave 9:00 p. m. ................Palatka ............... Leave 10:00 p., a


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OWNTY CONEow

akUen of Gneru Ira t Oatbh
ored by Our bprtrs.
= ,MOP
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMs

What Has Happened and What Is
Ging to HappenI Tl In lrrt Parm.
Am, Thtk om wikt"e um. uMa


FOR SALL.


The Fine Copover Plano
new being usd at the
Chautauqua ixnies In
the TaberlMele, wil be for


P",t w f eab t this
eg; S; e pwer doue, r per hu
drnd.
Dr..J. S Jackson and CoL Job.
P. JaCaom-of Broansp are the dty,
having oome for the purpose of at-
teidlag the Dougherty-Redding nup-
tWls tody.


Sale, on eay trme If do- Lare a
ared, at tie oshelusen of e t copam
Chautuqua Meen. Apply m Wath
L . coLSON. P *rv.O lo
*Oyrtette
Wieds. .M
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51 prg N W Il n1 I I W o W M -- .n,',iV --
Re" It In The Sun. S. o tike at Sv the
cha"taeutick are on sale at iMUller's. 5t-
M rW.. w W. Avers h eaw m Chsatanm C sM
s114 s- eaos tickets are for qua tickets for a. o May
ale at Avwa'e. 3 H. Waters mad a brief uaIeea met wm l
'Tbe pound selected Arabia dates, t~p to R"ei u yterday. IMs.
W Seats. The Maget. Sum t$ck0 fo t1 W,E Cata na rlr ,
Ixtra large bones beets, Sc per are now onm e at Miller's news stad. dy., Ta
bunch. Saunders & Mar. Tetley's Orae Pekoe tea to q 1U Ia 18
Mr, H. Dye of Mieesopy was ter-pound tl as, a arders a t7 s~et
shopping In the ity l yesterday, ale, stle will
Jamei Sklnner of Areher was a W P. Bolware of Orange Helthts welsoIM, 1
business visitor to this city Monday. was transoting bousnes Ia this ctty Mrs. J.
Use Plank's ChUl Tolo, So per bot- yesterday. MlS Anal
tie; guaranteed. Soldbtraltdruagsts. Dr. a Md Mrs. Lmaet Montgomery have t
H. M. Collins of Jacksoavllle was a of MIeaspy faored GaatInrvIe with thy hav
business visitor to Galsnesve yester- a viit Me0day. ronS alaM
day.' or Sal ur fullblooded Fox Ter- 6 an
and at Ig
P. B. Cellon and daughter, Miss tl I pup. Aply M0 Wat iberty tU Ma Gr
Murray, were In the city from Haue street, or at I. o Maoa.
Monday. W. A. SnowAi sad Dr. W. O yesterday
Mr. and :Mrs. .R. Chitty of Mca. Johnaon, two Vell-amown eitiens of,and inLhe
nop spent yesterday nt this city Melmopy. were amoun those who or ituran
with reolalves. spent yesterday in Galnesville on busl- ths o
W. B. Phlter Is lookiag after his n Iger. He I
extensive naval stores Interests at The city registration books will be t. Peter*
Grove Park and Rochelle. open at thee ofe of City ~lerk J. the asesao
Ira J. Carter and P. D. Tompkies of ID ll, the United Sates land Rememb
Newberry were among tbose who offe, from February 1 to March 18. In of Mr
spent Monday In OGanesvlle. 0ba boaos, 8 to 1 a m., 1 to 4 p. m. La rty st
Mrs. J. D. Neel of High Bpring re- J. W. Thomas, an extenstre and day and Pf
turned'to her home yesterday, after very successful farmer of Alchu a, A speolal
a brief visit to rqativer in this city. was tn the city yesterday, having lads, bot
A. D. Chter. a ell-k eal come on bunoes connected with the They will
deit of the Laose section, was In office of County Tax Assessor W. W. some style
Colaon. to pay.
the city yesterday for the purpose pay
of paying his taxes. I. T. Thomas, a successful tarmer Wanted,
General Supe, of the LaCrosse actionn, was among one livlgn
Of the Tal apiatendJacksovi. L. rall those who spent yesterday in the who Intend
of the Tamiu nd Jakol nvlle rnil-
road as returned from Palatk county capital. He reports the ma near future
roa, ha returned from P ority of the farmers busy with their at once.
wborT e has been on a brief visit to crops Just npw.a the Book L
Serop just w the Bock 1
llb amily. A. . Hough and Miss Della special ter
The regular monthly mt"g of Hough of Jullette were among those mill turthe
the Eanest Workers' Socelty of the who spent yesterday In this city. Mr. ng addre
Ilrt Proebytoersa church will be held Hough is a prominent Elk and has Boek'a res
t the hme of Jr. Jarvs. many friends in this secton\who are 'phone. B
rth arden street. at 4 o'clock thisalays glad to s Im. A horse
afternoon.
Mrs. S. W. LeOr4ade invites the Thomas b
C. C. Ivy and family. who have ladies to her spring millinery opening standing In
been residing at 403 West Main on Wednesday, Thursday and Priday, Company's
street N.. have removed to 107 North March 11. 12 and 13. w3 en the latest and began
tnlversity, whero they are now pleas. creations i la dies' headwear will be suited in
antly located and will ,t, lad to wel. shown. Btore located at 108 East the buggy
come their friends. Puberty street. attached.
Robt. I. lIarton of Rocky Point. J Hlons. J. C. evant of Brooksville and two wheels
M. Turner of lAke View. and It. W.'m. R. Fletcher of Mayo were in the injuries sui
Bradley and daughter. Mins Claudia, city Monday on business connected the vehicle
of Wacahoota, were In the city yo with the United States land omfie. shop for a
today. Mr. Itradlny states that his The former it a prominent attorney. created co
witf, who has been quite ll, i. Im. while the latter is superintendent o4the momen
p'ova, which will be gratifying in public Instruction of Lafayette county. --
formaston to friends.
O. T. Kemnard was In the city ye-
... .. terday. He was mo route home from
Waldo, here e was summoned on se
lacmout of the Illune of his uncle. -
S. J. Kennard. While here Mr. Ken-
nard took advantage of the oppor-
P L A Y ,tunity to purchase two pair of rane N oa tan
muk, s for bhi livery bualneoen m t taken
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Smith. formerly words ake
of Tioga but now residing In Wt every word
Plorida. have arrived 4n the city addition
having oe called on account of the* ogt aeom
A L L @ sa dd of the letter's father, Rev. Utons t hi
iml ull i a. DI. Po, ppr. whblh aad event occar- ------
red as Monday afternoon. Friends of BOA
Mrs. Smith deeply sympathte with
T h A li a er la In this afsleton BOARD.R
Sd h ld Ilu M. J. Cannon has purchase what Churh
ts know as the Mayfield prolprty.
k C- U-q North (aln~vtlle. and 4xpecIs to re
move to that place in a few days The til Pt
tract toesprlae seven acres of fertile i at
aid. pon which Ito ocated a twelve-
Sf roonm baose. Ie directly on the FOR Ri: i
Is uut .nt >lin' r.iwetiu. (alaenvtle-Pmradlse rock road the to- ic th
catmlu t. nmtot desirable
Tieny are trit< s; r 411 Ir.au*ir. J P Ih'tLu and Mtis lIr.isr


OaIiwf' M $iSt. auetoe*
BaMuan'.oMat. $I."5to OS


Frelder's mitIA
F'.Lw4.~'e tlov%"


see to"."


Tle S4oubom Ammuimitai IWI,
&&Lupm by l.uuwm srnhjr ft


11A1tIeI am Uete*l
BLATS to teUI.S
Vall and aw -Warr has'


uL. CEL~


weortment of National Bli-
ay's crame" Jut ten-Orae
ms, Saltines, Fr Newtons,
ok ^Te Vaolla Wafers,
s and aumerou other
Jnders &\ rlke.
tthewl of Trenton, who has
peop e faiwently for many
Douety Oe longfmer ftOm
distriCot, wit ke the noe
Streadesr t ta primary
th His ftomal amnous
appear t a few days.
W. Learsad wt sive hber
Itlry opw im Wedans-
day aud FMayV March 11,
at her parlor. 1 Fiber.
VMny Mew ud handmson
Ibe o diplay. ou are
whether yu bay or not.
0. HarroM aMd daughter,
e and Wi i Ms fMtarth,
med fra Pasoola, where
been for the past ten days
sat visit to the former's
Ir. and Mrs. T. I. Morey,
In the sibhts of Penaeola's
4.
Bhdel of Jacksonville spent
in this cty with friends
Interest of the Endowment
ce rank of the Kalghis of
r which he Is 8tate mani-
eft on the noon train for
burg. whre he will attend
i qf the grand lodge.
or the grand millinery open
. 8. W. LeIrande, 108 E.
ret, on Wedneday, Thurs-
Iday, Marh 11, 13 and 18.
invtation is extended to the
h in and out of the city.
find many npw and hand.
o at prices they can afford

Orders for Lumber-Any-
in Galnesvlle or vicinity
s doing any building in the
9 should order their lumber


For the next thirty days
Lamber Company will give
ms before moving their
r from town. When order-
s P. O. Box 13,2 or call
Idenee over East Florida
ock Lumber Company.


bo nfiins bto Dr.


. .% v ... . W
came frightened while
front of the 8. J. Thomas
store Monday afternoon.
cutting capers which re-
the partial destruction of
to which the animal was
The shall were broken.
badly damaged, and other
stained which wilt cauwu
to be laid up In the repair
Sew days. The runaway
nslderable excitement for
t
S ---- --- -- --- --


!ANTS.LI



ertlka, but no advwertie
for t tha U 10 fts Six
0 I ;: .o fneUtloMl Inoea
over eah six eonal as
al tIm. CASH Ia advat e
p"a n all orders or lure
is eslema.

RDItRS WANTED.
s WANX'ID at t00o ast
treet.

PO1 RENT.
MR RICNT-Apply to J. W.
drug satwr
--Eight-room bhowt ; elec
-an bath. J It IiaIs.

FOR SALL


Hicks of Waldo were in the city frw
a few hour yesterr4d. They wvre e* m OR A .i: -Five-gallou safe y gao
route to 8t I'(. 1trbur. where the i Il ici n Apply at Sun omf
ftqwmor ll reprw.nt Waldo Ltdge. %
Knights of lPytis. and the latter 1)R n At.S : Two wrt of alnut furn-
the Pythlna iter. art th e b ako of tlur ald one Bteltway plano. Ap
te Orand Lodge They Jo)ul the 1h Mr Anas J. Reowne
baeevwill. delegat"o here
I FR dAL.E--Pt full-blooded rx!
The Rai Ihardware C'o a ha Trrrir pupa. Apply M0 Ast LUb
a chane of ae dvWie.am t a ht mrr srts th.t ao s 8Uo nce.
as Ias which they dero'r t he tllr -- .
sare to base ball load They aS&r WANTEb-MOOM&.
ew well locked with a ataa4ard la,' - -- -~ -- ...
and oNw Mtres of the reat national ROOM Kv An.T%%-W-NI farasXetd
game the very bu that moaey cama rors fr .*tao gesm euan emave
o ee t evOrythig the m ball e" tI o sqam and moderate reataeL
a e.* e the epy law ther w ag P. 0. B 18L


SOMEBODY BELIEVES IN US


Feb.
Dec.


14th our deposit- were. ...... .
3rd our deposits w cre...........


....$200,160.4'
.... 152,557.2",

.... 47,603.1>,


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


The Gainesville National ank
-T. W 8HANID, Presldet-



OPEN0 o POIuCT CHINA

Our latch-string always out,
our display of

Chin, PCdaU Sl Earthenware
ever on exhibition to feat the eyes ,f
intending pirchasers-even lovers of tl,.
artistic in no hate to buy. Some ran.
things for you to feast yoor ea UHIII
right now at Low Prices. Wak in any
day

t SaundersFae Eh,,, ]0
GOS~~e6N .- I
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SOMETHING TO LEAN UPON

For the housekeeper who mu.tt m Int the,
demands of her ihun1ry family is a loaf
of Delicious, High(-radck Brlad from
--TIHE CITY BAKERY--
Our Brpead ctntains nll the nutritive (M'e-
nmnt of tthe what, and i., a114,h. by th,
best proc.. Our loaves aret large f,r
the money you pay for them.


CITY BAIERYIAIN VILL ,FI.
- -- ~ --
M. Y. HArris. wife and three chill- COTINIETAL
dren, were in the city from Tanmla Iii
yesterday. Mr. Harris is a prominent RES A
bulsness man of the South Florida mn.,-
tropolls. A UN
W. R. Hodges, the whol.sahl fish
and oyster dealer of Cedar Key.! UGrod Fleer--Next to Peate e.
passed through the city yesterday n ConvePuletly located Vet Private
route to Iake City, where he was
called on account of the serious 11- OS T
ness of his sister, Mrs (C lG.- OMY STERS


Cormick. ALL KINDS SERVED In ALL STYLES
Choice steaks and Chops. Drip Coffee
Devilled Crabs.
ElWe ermalo one of the best "Chef r
S- the t Iines, no boy or Inexperoleaied u.k
w^%tfs------s s ~The hest c iul|iedal uni oldest restaurant in
Off the Street, Away from Dirt and he '4Ly If ou antSrei l ooiklbra I aI
-'A-)K Wil WHl KN Flies-Over The Magnet, West c&Ii anythitil the market a ufors you can iget
Side of Square. here
We do not pronml.e %omtthlng for nothlni.
but something bfor our money.
Oysters prepared and cooked properly. RIFuLAR MEACSr Spec a rte.s by the
Steaks and chops broiled-not tried. week. 'lace for ladies. enutlea. e d echil-
Any special dish desired can be had dren.
on short notice. -"
NOW
Just a few words about Regular PLE E
Meals: Morning and night, any kind SE C L
of meat that's on the market is here
for your choice. Eggs? why, yes!
they go with any supper or breakfast At our lBank anl ~-*cure one of our

order-fried, poached, scrambled or if Ptocket .Saving.- i anusl-open an ac-
you prefer, an omelet (ount, t, an tgin Paving a portion of
THEN your earnings. We pay Four Per
Dinner: Here'sa sample bill of fare (',nt Irteret, compuIndedq quarterly.
ft Thunrday-Rost Duck, Creamed .
Potatoes Sweet Potatoes Caullifower, i n a N .
Pickled Bets. Lttuce. Sliced Toma
toes. Sliced Pe"a he.
From this date to the cloe of the___
oyster eason. I will deUver to any
part of the city fried oysters for 3A
don-Cah muet aceeompany order. ,rUulI^r
If you want to entertain a few
frteds with a little supper. see me CURES COLBI
I have the place and you can be as and RI P P
sured of prtacy. as well as cleas Relis te as
rc"e jRelieves the ases s o





First National Ba
GAINENTILLF, FLORIDA
-h---- UIt kes Depssitsry --__
.... 0u,

Capital %rek Paid Is, S1i00Mm lmarphis sad Preds, g
W. Shall be pl4 v l tc hh. y.a r -an. and, t,, .,#,r tr le.sa wI the
AIwrarow 4of n~flng y.) ,A) pi4 i, l,.. a a' wt.

Fmr P Cmt hirtnm 1 hh r p S p ,r mj


JC- Mi .raham W. Y 'i W. yi'eIsBnir I I d. n L V -
m.-v ,lsuJM. OI, t, 1 If yp5. BSigdf iSt
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