Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01232
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 12, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01232
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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11 IN~ BAREUA uAuthoritls Order Man .nt Bek t H 01
I. lu a. i ._

New ork. March ll.-The recent
Spuhh MRIr tive Warm Wed. actvity of the imingrtio autorl-
tifea consequent upon the murder of
Om By tk Citl S Fatheror Leo, la Denver, and the at-
tempt on the life of Police Ohlef Ship-
py, of (hicago, Is bearing fruit. Mon-
NO UNDUE DEMONSTRATIONS da te special board of Inqury at
S. Is lan d ordered that Abraham Bo.
check, twenty-four years old, an lm-
irinrl oSf alutes by tli Austrlan and migrant trdn St. Petersburg, be de-
Spaniah Warshipe In Harbor Marked ported. Boaheck, while under exam-
His Majesty's Arrlval-Bareelona is lMtloao, admitted belief in anarebhtlUo
theories, and an order was at once
Qal Deeorated. lasued that he be seat back to 1u.-
Barelona, Spain, March 11.--King rope.
Allpholo, who left Matrid Monday Lieutenant Joseph P. Petroslnl,
agitt, arrived in this city Tuleday head of the Italian branch of the po-
aoralad. He has take up hls real* lice detective bureau, called t lilts
demi at the home of tG U Unaree, Island for Infor nation as to the pro-
a staia general of Catalota, where vious history of a dozen immigrants
he will stay durtn his visit here. bWo are suspected of anarbclstic ten-
He was given a warm welcome by dencles. lie furnlhed the names of
the people of the city. No dtiturb-. the suspects to Immigration Commie-
abces of any kind marked the arlval .eioner Wachorn, saying the men came
of his majesty. Into the country within- the last seven
King Warmly Greeted. years. The records were searched
The l aWl train drew Into the sta- and such Infornation as could be
tion at o'clock and Its arrival was Iound was given the New York de-
aftounaed by the frlngofaalutee from tectlve. The latter refused to di-
te Austrian and Spanlsh warships in vulge the names of the men he wae at.
M,hbarbor. The big square outside ter or their prewn.t whereabouts.
the railroad station was lined witL -
troops and the civil guard, who had TROUBLES ON 'sHIPSOARD.
*llculty in keeping back the urging
crowded, As the king emerged from Norwegian Steamer Peports Several
te station, accompanied by General Casualties on Her Late Trip.
UIaaree an. the members of his per-I Moilc, \. ., March I1.--The Nor-
onal sulte In brilliant uniforms, he wexlan -teamcer Port (;aines arrived
was warmly greeted. Selling his ac. Monday front Iocas del Toro with a
kBOwledgments to the plaudits of the caigo of hainanas,. ud brought the
people, the king entered the royal news of the 'death of one ofi th,. crew,
earriae In waiting, and, escortid by and se lous Injury to anohliEr wVil'o at
a squadron of cavalry, he was driven Bora del 'lt)ro.
rapidly to the church of IAMerceil. Wil!lai Mc(;ulre. a 1renann, went
'where a to deum was celebrated. At. to sleep on one of the hatches of tho
ter the bervtie the king repaired to Fort Gathes, falling off the stpanmer.
the ralidence of tpe captain general, breaking his neck. He was buried at
whlch,adjoine the church, that port March 1. On the' ame
Beauties of Spin In Evidence. day .Levert Inhne. another fireman,
Barcelona Aa., paly dvicra.;: In went crazy ard made for the cook.
boor of the royal visitor. Olaf Olsen. at work In the really. The
The tiers of baloonlee alqag the cook Jumpedl down the hatch and
route traveled by his majesty were broke his ankl. liTo was brotiiat to
bung wit. bunting and flags ad were Mobile and tak n to thie Marlne ho%-
thronged with women wearing the pital. I.ohn,., r cnflti4tu In *jail nt
black mantillas for whioh the beauties l ocuis. ~r*in arrested by tiC VI'g
of Spain are famous. There werW lantes there'.
lowers In profusion and the sceew wa -----
ftes&e and boauttifl. The king bow. THURMAN TO DIE WMARCH 1.
ed right and left In response to the
greetings of his people, and some of He Will Be the Last To Be Hanged
his black-eyed 8panlsh women were In Virginia.
Vith difficulty restrained from dis. Norolk. ,. 'IMarch 11.--The ,i"
4beylai the strict lnjunctlone of the preme court ofr napfPnl of Virginia has
police agalnat showering the young denied a pelliohon for a writ pf error
monarch with flowarwV isla It raws of I.eo C. T!urmran. for
A& Imposing array of civlT guards early of West Point, N. Y.. under
sad police liaed the street tI wobh seatenrc of 4 eath here for tie mur-
which his majesty was wenduted. ear. In 1904. of Waltr If. I)nlten. of
Michigan. Thurman must be bareed
Says Kking Rune Ne Riek. Friday, Marrb 13. Governor Swinsou
Orleae, Fr. me, Mabrh 11.--M. IA having refused .. ecutive cle anty. I
max. td of the Barcelom a repub:tlo- Thurman will be the last saa to
as. 6lared tbat KJng Alfonso did be banged In Virginia. the letgila-
sot rea the sgllbtet rtk a vidtlaU tare having provided few foe T etr-
Baroeloa. L or A I the She pas*, est of criminals la the Ifture.
lard who was e oaimea to two yar ------
mIprlasoam t for pobltag artlese Reut of Sbwey Changed.
4as fvr of Joe N takes tMhe eter et New York. Marbch I.-Wt avoid
MofY who bid Moralet. the S marltassMlag under Grace ctere, wbiet
Ul wbo threw a olb at KItl Ai M ta aroeaway ares Teath atres,
ma IsL Madrit on hi weddlt day ba s' e smitte of the bad *f euat
U IHe asa: I ma wktehb wa directed to pm es M .
1Th klaa Is afet la arceloa1 the pleab fer te maew remaSwarc4
o behind the wlas of the Akasar at ,astas svma ubway, Moeday dei4*
aldrM The popular hatred is alt dt to thaame th route at thi phOa.
rmi r Maars who Is t ryla to stamp maaktl the aubway pralder the Wa.
Ste deapocratte r moTvneat by plt,' aa berlditg., Jt belw the
tbag S rspugllnt agatme the (.a5 euwrb, lasted.. The Re. Dr.
b sad Uaparatlst. Maara I the i#estlstea. retor Or l f aierch,
i really repoa ibe for tbhe trfi b)etled to havlm te tuem m -o m
a at Brcaa ." r the eaareb oa tel pei that ma
.. eay ilt It weakee thie bqmdaeaU
Taeorcal Peeple Arrested. but at se vItratesttB f e t sa
New TedL, Marcl 11 -At tn* etoe Idlght lnteerrew ith the senrves.
-of the ermrac e of -A tlinoalreVs ..- -
IUTeBg" at the Colsart tbeater her ew Hid ed Childea Ifld
eada algIt, the p a .e arated 0. Ie, St~ Me.. MA., MC t .- .War
W. Seaobk. the mansw of the tah hJ red e tA.d'a s tthe 1 Mtde gaeId
tr; Jes T. mearaa, anair efS hee hee Moaae rM d at la Eorer
Welatt al Brao.' Aaminmet easp- wtes a Ba. atearm-ia maied.. At-,
my; lHartd eelbral. Cay IIa sad tepta were made i a e r fll,
Lras C MUlrer meaintWr t the ** ut a ema of "Sre'" ftmw eo de ef
SThe were ehargf4 with the IIlasgY esaMse the cht aes to!
aa tiskrwl ay. whLrth was atre Inr the amsrent eN. eo -m
agd-e aO (He Thaw traUdy. w a ltared. The Se was qlcktly
.-- -- -. estinSau t.

osleost Ari-
Oblahoma m oids ma sh ii F.., C,. .a
r- jut- sI : 3te r~6puhUi .C M.,rl (~InaU. a Mach U.IW
empptnssv- a to d o .-qdkmmm so
0 lop Amm004

Asked le Ten
hI Keitn


Ridere Said To Hav
lon of the Town an

IS1)AY, MARi'CI 12, 1908 TEN CENTS A W

Hold at Washingtlr Under Auspics of
National MNt1epr Congress..
WAshil!cton, M9 It.- .IhlNhstt'e
rorize a Town -re .m.n ,.,r ltouni ti.ritory Seves Hladred Made Desp
In tth uinkn ainl diMt1 toigiitri-
cky. of the 1 ,rl arioa hMoai Tid',,iy Rush For Libeity.
'o ati'prtl irh lurte atlonal (xtin ri ..
on t'., % ltrt.v of the ch!\t. under uit,'
WERE SHOT audpti. or the. ntion ill,(..' u,,(h C HAD FIGHT WITH THE GUAI
tgr It is *IAlmated that ipant t* .-
of Iwo hilt'drrd eih at'Ltle are, ll't > 1 in
e Taken Po e addof i to ftdr a f tite hun re'itsin At the Sitat Reformatory at PetUI
d a Regular Fue.- torn. ilIl. Proof of Well Planned Pi4

lade of Shots Was Fired-Warned
Many Negroes to Leave the Place.
Paducah, Ky., 1M'.-h 1 Oine' hun
dred naked nlght r I II ntio the
town of Ulrminlhall. \1 '.ll t ,lllunty.
late Monday aliht. !!i, \ iti',.r ,t.'
one .of them, it is :;'.t ta.l)
and whpped five : '
Tbe-rhlerr took I "'-. s ctn of the
town and shot 1to m,\,' i i;lo c'abln
la the place.
In one of these .h ru ii,
hl t ift, and "itt ili.i tj n i11i a
prand daughter wvitr s'ur,, tI) tinl
Scrugig Is prlb fit."y ,hit .
The night ridersa t, 'i1 io tl, oetther
DegmeR to the bAIn I th1e Ti lniie-
seoe river where ti. t '.li ('i i i ,i
Aft"r warning .i'' ti\ ',: lit\ u
other negroes to I' ,ti, lih I ',, '. th
maskedl men rode i''.
The' rally followed 1 't of ir two
weeks agk to all 11 P. .t I,,


*Illeved Bennet W.s Attacked by tie
Night R derm.
:;,. ;:.\ill, Ti n \IMrn 'i I -- A A i
pauh'i t ho e t lanne' f1I ii ('E.,' u t\ '.
'l'litI . i R )b :
SNe r W\Vo*ford, s5hoit I1, nilell f11,1I
this (It)y, 'rut lj ay 'ecri,',: nl ,vwn
Henntltt, a w)i'ng man, t'* wMn or an
lsam late tolbacl'o priz,'t ai r 'irt it, i in1
the public 'ain! in a e i'nv i lin
wiltl a bill le thr 'i ,u I I, 1,k
Near Lk'n;, e re t ,i 'O.,t. !., ,
and thre "ii'.1 sbotsirms.
It is he.'l" the v .iu-Ii r .in .'-t
hbetn attacki.I y nlght I;.*, :
Thrre I to .'-* mystterv ,or-plnilslit
the affair, at.t n hit.n'!: iiit 1q L*-
Ing wad..


Visit srookvy: Ky.-De-stroy iOCO
Pouncs of Teobac..
Rrook1!:. K. ),., March 1i Fiiy
(w more nig!'' riders t'snie'Ito,, ',)olcetI
early Tiitwi Ii in bonp?-vla? 0 l nn
horavebark au'! ifuto tie.' leftIV ,Ic("'w
Pounds of i4uIIb vif boning tI, lrtwrt
sta"nton. 0.onea .f the Sealtopt plant
era t othis Ft t.on, had hreen b trnc-t
This men %ror h-avily arnieel with
pUn s and rr, %pro, A Aaamilr of the
was wept -. 0vloc Wal sehane of the
branken iNt tI v t Wphonoe r.(r)rgsly
arnd kept gii, 'I over taea:Porslor,
Min reolthn P that so a,"l c-oeiei
be seat for sPopletutr
The men u..to via masks, but rr*
act 1"~W" f.Pte0

Trial of Allegled Dealter-
T&Mallaauav. ViM. Mareh It --The
.4"o of flewpi.:s. C. Sevdamore. dofasM
lg asekler. he e Pple.o BA M Na
ThIe toiwa,'joi. of Peaseed Via.
Will be bu-st;-:i tthe uprsne Getn "4
Floridu. Mar" I. S,-udamre was a&
Im.d Iowat'.Y a mmmitt1es appWs
46i totei I aetaeJ edloka'm. sad
w" order' I-at to mae runde as
so" Si~lu'r. RCedallwlm"'s tIoruety
aed all a of habsb rWPva said
wi n tevt I' ', r e11 lo pifib lw at
the besriss'r ra n ev ene curt v

lw~dsmd at

Feeetru Jeekoy OaE
fbsieu. fe-t Msth u;

~ehy. 1.- -carisy moral
If t*h I# &- mfl,,p *,a-a;
mto ks1. 114ag-4
lowj. .1'0 t 0 vf to,

oniaa i" a old Ie
OWf IS se: -- a5ra

W, I R~ m toWeft
Apf ~try* S 11. NOW%

J)~t, HLI .44 =~/~




The tI'111 v t ift II i e' in A tsc iad n t.ir
on* wvrk ;ili~ Itilroulhea n e, to betno ,iof
th ice fI t ii 't ~ it' %f itac kind ellur
11441d, \I lea.4t itilit eln nations art,
re~re~eut.'d Me mt,' a..enituily altina
th~~a in i ii u x re~a t 110lssin, (Iteruizas .
Tlel ii ,lls lid, I. cii Franco, t Ii I.
pirland, mifti t f:wit and ither coun

An t etet l'a. lwlh.r'tinll h-ts hitn
prepaIrchl A11I t tl-11intlYit nl 1 s4l4 Vitd t'
inun cfrona ta?4 is elf titanid ahnriondare
sehmC itilsil 1t1 l(lli. 'i, itllc l eetiniIscalur'
Ing utflils Ilth o Ierv c ciii ic tlitiro I) neef l.
lb. t i'.'Il ctv of 01 c1"141111.4 dicv vvRe
Ilie' rtee'itiimn sntl jla1: .4% 10t1 thet oII'I
il ilttAIt %- li v AI're' ld it Il)4il-va v at I i lt t
NWiaIt 1,11 141 t ae e'11h1tinarfu'd (LioItier


Two Trains Collide Near Viena Cie.
Ye ur Persbns Injurod.
I. I M I 1t1-:1 11 1 ,

Ni I .A l pthe c;4 cill t -, Iti

I t ti' i' f

aIll I. 't l

111 14 11141 I ill %4f t i t
I I II# I%

V ,tr i.13. I-
T I Ililt 1 e1 1 1 .lrt
tI al 1 .V 0 1 V


B g Drirtfrtent Slitior In New York
Were Erdang0-ted
Nv*'.t 4'crL, 11 1 folly. is
Iti. -:iy priso-i ssialit- ea 'ttt a 1j,11111
il' cit it 1 41 W at no f it lli fit r )(1
VA. 16511 rail liae''lijta (l ) 3 '%% I 1i.:Ik
fr.-lth 0114,14. n-ar H tIM a eltiv.,In
tlsfheartaeofft i! he thiippeing 1istfe tf
Atj~ionnXIn iiiidI)5tWo were Potoiwllat
dianiaged ano'i o lar toot littl 11imike.I
If the fare nAlbbr rvad wpal of this
big cl 6partlst(ll Slotted oa K11h Ag
$I*, Nose' olI them ul'trod, 1141W
ever,e.Iet fa't~ the( hrcakirfg utr wn'
dows, t' rackeoa iy tMemohoit offthat11r'
The' I,#*@ krn el mate! atoffrista 5610"1"15
to *III&(".

To Test COOee 5 Law-
Moslgnusrl. Aim )4er',hl ii ohu
Tias. ptrlutor o 4 mne t the Oldae
settufu buom t o eMs is thI sOU(th.
NOW troal o a rmrgo of vholaula
the 9 OLch no.0miaw low0%of thle
case wIll gre a a test of th* i Ie*
,1as beenbow a rttig 'i Sb. ORhmim part
I fra th rastaarrnca' a1er S, r'arloq
t&k latfr e Ias ah te' doired r1

foo ts r1 1,1t4 1r () 'aJ Iua lot
iii.re uag-iaag Itt 1~qf-)I
S .'1 ''te evr7 0001in f" s go eint
(Jo' t' a ~a s-.n Is tIe earn. oil
tI lows el l.* Ii s d'J.P #j Rh4"m bhecase
Up "'.. t'g .~ ,eth 11ad

A r, GeA-was Sv~d-09 gBviwed.
Salk F V tar 0, 4j. .t I 4f of
tie I,' 'rhK. r( f1e-.0 FC Ia" wsewty
&Ijg P& *&A PtI.fftvtl 7160PA&Y &WO
Ctars~ B)~ias' r. bu'jlecvl Twes4S me,
f taw8 5 Ir f' ebt s the Ore broke eat
s Ye soal ', 410r 4 po pers aull pW.
5ev esod etiosu-. stly rmugv~d from the .051
taw" ad ., ..- -'p taieplaIs85 ft, a" kanw
WI OW.n &,I al rermoed1 Iamtwry thov go
Frore rr-, ffai 'a tave bas
pwam 1 OW I%*alms! t bewrh 00 Is
M M5 eIat r Wf*
'Aster .eap

Aae -e 6
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Overrun Guards Was Discovered
Many Injured in Fight.
Clilvase. March11 A Il el *aoh to
the T i' i i.lr (oiellhf plli hlitq',l ill, g II
tia'L p irate rl 1f of ;CH 11114 tic mT
t-eclfi ro II fr ti e' i.11 44 1*1e-tI At M b*-
Mit, V kI 'ieaa tI V(41 a. 'tol tSlowI i ceya.

Flit glIA1.%11 %ill AiiII i llbllla11ft h
antl %.. -ill at Ioo viiiooenow
111.11" 1 I 'l- IIC I va l ) tho' toep Salo
Itrm I hle-I. oil a 1A li!I 'V.I "% ltNII'
fcti3 '-' i ao flitianoo ma It, nour, tho
foaigtit f foitil 1tit81) l' aliol!'lIta
I hitif .% 's''ipi -ii~mirai and i a mmany
prtiiit %i iero-fe Iit ) iiii% ilff0 t isht,
)k '' lf A i liII'll 119i t 111011' 143t T 41ovef
reinm t r no tkiitm idac mi 'eI er Ilboqt

*' lit? A ll.51? lI'1TYmt


Cantor I t rrlef at In '1,,eRef"moved
to Lindon.
.l I- 1 !1hcIa It flit Iluig 1 4) ati ll;
tol 40?i Ai1, cI il 'I'.1 a efel I, th *. 41611 W /
.. ( c11114'.' t e-I it It- 1 4i11 p I S1a I' A aI
1 i let I It'll i l fe. t I o Io 1 4 lilovta
%%'I, it. ft' until.( artee'Wis tWats

itiihca i It .t fir lf Sit'll"
titlI If-Itt lk l 11 fir .i''iialwafe Ja e
f' f I' .list if 'IaM1

Li I Il I S-rIIOefI*VPt
Ijiflcl'tafi -Alant ala-ni ibpc
lit fill v I .C Wifta Iaa, tt bthin
: tit* o.lithant If rilt i t hyi irla I lookn
f-ibid hl t I: qaee '1 aif w Il fir rtwftw
Jitliaas, aliI .' ir iai.,a c mo, lroreatl 1int.
R1114 11:11-10-1 Ikt I hIrtl'tt !wfteing undfa
fol(Oe't K l,,tlrcil sf it ti( iailplett, tit give

tim~e v 111i ), t ) flc tt i1,0-' wall n, ohiets
f- 11111t t I. ttti' iit0 Pil 1 10 0I tI',- litI I lfh SNOW-
nitttinirit nnr r~i~~ .re I 1,i'4fooe lk 111111

it* toa .fsfo4 he-re ht hat Orildsh
con 'rti lnctnt Isallatgvie a60'fratlill 4
liea 11ijthC o(t f.Ifl ,f 'he ra~esluou of &m:
arms cti'.lso 55s41 boo podlo~toolt u~t the.
avtioal cIlde ~of fJsrcn amLen I W`111110

nari riod.o Eel frl t' *1I,ILrl wl
4its SE' L'Jiff 41V a'sflie Ir-t 0
a dadloels hwr.sait toli-oets fheals .
is now awsaluliagawa.' th A
bass.54ridw eiera

AOMOr 1o 11 lall ARmSO!.

seve"e I CesoadIa ms ofCl leop
IMSe Wel ay So Possuewdi
C'biemi. dMarch k II -T U~
prw-tios aft o ine Prtmdpw aid
jaalwurs End 0isgiastv 09 a w
sea prsta.o erbnis was doIussm
WOPdiby lay Acting iIng COWWOS
81t08.r obert Wright, iS a G WOW
f.,rovw Io fWhile, City pomwI@@* 0

b#4d hr ("'06l a.Gsidwr Kaiht.
aa.t DIiwti II it.h rw e lb
of edwsukraiem. mdFire m Kahal
ot uhteb rvUirts em #the Ste
tikS oaf Chkio "' I i-1a ma"e
lif eaptains so t r -*
.phsl5 Wet e,.s'
T,Os wowa s eeLOS.It rare tm

011.' IWlA pho f '.- *t, @ eI 6AL

4a 1~ CIg' ~ l '. rr.lcU1
poff w '*iI*Cms (
Vow d I talkI twn.

wP w *t o eiu sVed *A

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Sh~d Mrs. F. T. McCook of Way-
Oa., and K. F. .McCook of Jack-
have arrlv'(d the city.
Were iumzmnoned here on account
e serious illriesi of the Mesrs.'
k's sister. Mrs. C F. (loodman.
is hopedithe patient will dorol Iw;

The o. W. Hyde Company has a
,ange of advertisement in this Issue,
6 which they state that men's flne
i1Pred suits can be ordered through
t firm om Saturw y, March 14, apd
Lmday, Marac 16. 'Tbs firm has
s.ed the eclusive agency for the
At A* sits of Work Bro.,
44*sk MeoKlney of LaCrose, one of
;most cseesful farmer of the
portion of the county, wva
nIty yesterday sad renewed his
tion to The Bun. He ays he
not get along without The Bun,
every man Interested in theroel-
of the county should be a sub.#
oWe the prominent Florldlans
through the city Tuesday en
to BL Petersburg to attend the
Lodge. Knights of Pythias, was
W. C. West, for several terms
der of Jacksonville, and one of
most widely-known Pytblans In the
Mr. West has many friends in
section, several of whom had thp
of seen him the few
to he was here.
:Wflter 0. Sharl4 and Mlss Vautt

iley of Apalachlcola passed through
citey y*erday en route to St.
r where they go to attend
L]odge, Knight of Pythiam,
H MP- gi the Knlghts and the Py-
'sters. respectively. Mr. Sharit
been t the newspaper business
orm than twenty years, and is
'it the valued employee of Edltor
S'W. Johnston, of The Apalacbloola

I. aad Mrs. Daiel Graves of
enliaa, who have recently complete.
a *m r ttage at 808 West Court
t ane now moving hto the same
their former oottae In North
They are very popular In
!MS0 of the city, and their
Sregret very much to
r.and rn. Oravea only
InBe Otaesvllle from
t"iths tn the year, but
; wladly welcomed as


Swbgtj smM pnmsn
They sa Ofldat for All Im
Otherr~ Mitts...... eto
asssma's Mitts..41.0 to
Fielder's ]Mitte....... s to
Fioll'r' Glovem .....ib6 le
The Boothern Amwodstion
adopted by Soutbenm lAs
fve years. Guaanmteed ab
afti faction.
BALLS ............. eto I
BATS.............. t
Call and ee our Une.
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Large Number of Friede n tat
Pay Lat Iad Reepet
The funeral of Rev. I D.
the death of whom occurred
afternoon, was be)d from t
Methodist church .Tuesday a
at I o'clock, and the prsen
large eoaourne of rwrowin
went a asa ndicatio of the I
esteem la which dioesed was
this community.
The floral decorations were
ous and fragrant, as well as
ful, and the handsome esket
orally covered.
Rev. T. J. Nixon, the past
ducted the servlees, and In a
pressive manner eulogised t
and character of the deceased
I wn was IAeUvA dv ll fti hi,. fl


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and ten wuh pt at time, doing most
of the preachlog himself.
After thirtoae years of successful
work In the pa4torate, Dr. Pepper was
appointed editor of The Christian
Standard, a religious journal publish-
ed for,years In,Phtladelphia, and four
ears ago removed to Galnesville.
Vor twenty-four years consecutively
he has edited the paper with marked
ability, and through its columns his
influence forjood has been felt in
every sectUdi of this broad land.

While he was editor he gave much
aI d of his time to evangelistic work, trav
Sellt u ar sad beah and preaching at
i aamip-aeti a d in churches with
grat acce itaUty and success. Some
or the meet uaeful preachers In our
country today were converted under
thie qinaitryof this man of God.
Ij Among those we mention Rev. J. H.
Smith of hredlan. Miss., and Rev.
t,. L. LHyde of Philadelphia, both of
them noted.for usefulnees In winning
stw. souls to Chrit Rev.' Chu. M. Bos-
08,W well, one of the Church Extension
Secretaries of the M. Church, was
leg Into the mlaistry through his wise
.W and godly conseI.
f 0 Dr. Pepper has written several re.
l lilous bo6ks that have attained a
Ball, wide reputation One of these, "The
Im for Holiness Text Book," hb reached a
)solute circulation of more than thirty
thousand copies For many years he
".&* has been a l adia teacher of. the
1.B0 Bible doctrine of entire sanetrfcation.
He not only preached the doctrine
- but he lived It daily. By a spirit of
prayer, by his pure life at bome, by
W his love for the church, by his pa-
Stienee and gestlqenea, he exemplified
n the reality of the Spirlt-llled life.
Dr. Pepper waU married Feb. 5, lft,
pER. to Mli Mararet fcbults of Phildel.
phil. For forty-slx years they have
hered to lived together in perfect love an6
9P peace. Wight children came to bless
Pepper, their home, four of whom died ht
Monday childhood, and the other four, two
he &rst soas and two daauhters, are left with
afternoon their devoted mother to mourn their
oe of a loss la the departure of the faith.
trieads rau husband and father. A long life
ove and of singular devotion to God and hu.
held in maalty has closed in 'peace.
"Bervfat of God well done.,
numer- Rest from thy loved employ.
beauti- The battle fought, the victory won,
was lit., enter thy Master's joy."
or. on. TO THE PUBLIC.

most om-
he life
Sa man
dmA At

We Are Agents for Parisian Sage and
We Know the Guarantee l
aenuln* .

of Trenton wts in 4 wa w" u y a v ui r a i gou minW 'wI
a bf Trenten ws n charitable deeds. Parisian Base, the quick acting bair
uap business. Whlhl A large number of friends followed restorer is guaranteed-
S ubn an appreciated the remains to their last restng- To stop falling hair.
I he subs.ription f two place in Evergreu cemetery, where To cure Dandruff.
h e subsrliptlon of two the interment was held. Around the To cure Itching of the scalp.
Jt of his a town Mr. Will. grave was evident a scene of deep To put life Into faded hair.
S e that Trenlton is still butdl sorrow, as the last sad rites were ad- To make harsh hair soft and luxur-
"de th tr the Wad towns d lt ministered to the memory of this lant.
ane the btrooldis now be W l ounobl Christian man. To make hair grow or money back.
A thetot th andmeWhat Parisian gage did for.Chas.
ao Dr. O. Clyttt. whh ch Dr. Pepe a a Man. 8. Baker, It will do for you. Read the
S 4 oGU of the most modern In A good man Is the noblest work foollowil:
m sLos when completed, of God. It can be truly mid of Dr. "I was so ald and such a shlnlns
T. art 'of Nw Orlean. the Pepper, t was written of arnbas mark for my friends that I, a last
and OIst nspetorthat "He was a good man, an ad full resort, rid your Parislan Sae
dMtale o r of the Holy O t and of faith." This (ter trying several bottles of the
waa t the teler Uoyesrday on oode was IW e fruit of the Indwell highly advertised and high.prlced o-
eiaei thlet o ensetpaU tn a r Spirlt o Jesu Christ. the only 0lled balir rers ) and I rm lad
al mliof oref tnape m acnutheti o rof me. to ay I now have a heavy growth of
16 company, now Int ue i e ty years ama in a Quaker Tw b. I am now 44 years old and
l ^ olo.r He volunteered the bhoe In the ity of Philadelpha. the have a heavy growth of new hair
at ficr.t the mavorhBeow I subject of this sketch was born. In alter caryin my hbn mark for
S this odea w In a s od early lfe he was soundly converted ove seven years. I gladly reco-.
Star maolbaie to be found in and united with the Methodist Church. meod Parisan Base to al afllcted
s -amy machie to be found in
*L it the United 8tatea, and At nineteen years of ag he h eban to with beldneea.-Chaa Baker. 491
ted the a sament upon prw bh the gospel and for fty-elght Maim St. Et Rochester. N. Y.
'tse anu ekleat machbliist years It bas bee the Joy of hbi life It hi the most delighttl hal? dress-
Ma The unha a In the peron to preach Jeas Christ to hi fellow. agn made. and t a great favorite with
*. Jobs She. Mr. art s men. The firt work as a preaher ladis who desire beautiful and tuxur-
i eontlomn an d Thehu wa aswas in the slasM of his native city. last hair. Price 60 cots a bottle
t twelve a visit e fm hi. There, amnoa the lowly and the out. at W I. Johnson's or by mal charr
., __east, ht e led many to a better life. prepaid from Giroux Mf. Co.. Bhr.
S As IMatllgent Canln. He )joned the Philadelphia Confer- alo, N. Y.
Sthe pedigreed pot e. ence of the Methodist plascopal
tou te pJdCred polater b Churh. and for thirty-one years labor- Was Oelaed L fut.
to Jade J A. Carlllet ed as a pastor In that confe re To t'l casl. March Itl-aod. Amos.
Hi the toet 1tnt udl Tweaty of thee yea he e .t er. fel mpy, a jewelry m,
1| M 11ood tling" of any miembor o fas declared bankrupt Moday. and
S th Ilty in Oainesvlle. I t v rha the cit Jo Judge Landis appolated the AmorteO
i oCrMlite Informs the reportqlpha. His ort as a p tor stmM ad Saoviot Baskt u receivers.
was very succesatul. The churtheN Toe c mesrs aeges are sli be
& b the habit of Krock." to The cnea's asrts are atlo to to
Uha The an proampltly every. e Wrved werl~ blessed with gr-aclus $98.(4O and its liaMlI itb Ilf/.f. FPor
4pNi P Its delivery t reviah o( rttn. and hundrt hif butaens durllr the retest asata
1*. uadoy m tang. however, thePeoPle were lcourrted anid addnl1 to flun) and Insti h on the pat of the
ithft I deo failed to deliver htefavor- the church. It was no un.t.mon toi rm to eni.vt Its bills are sai to
nu dao witihe th de""oier thh oyer thtLg for mwor that a hundred peo- aavoe cused its fatIur.
ste newspaper with the usral pboht pie to me cItm'\rtvul i It -4 ,, lt h -
pleto^ to tw run-rt-- ho n.- -..
il. and upomn inw stiatrcun he ol revival nwetingl TO CURI A CCLD IN ONE DAY.
Althtmeb never a btrir r emoan prost Take L.AXATIVE iU MO Otaine
e thruuh th, front yard. lhe Jud t, Alth neve r a t. ...ir,., .. Tktt leglATIVE IRuMO n Qln ne
h i rrmmvr yet l) u rI ,wr wag untlons it Tablets Imruaglgtii ritvd Imcy I f
his labors as a prvachr IEIt I It fall. to c're. 1 W. ORO'L'S *sg
ib TII r and I S omm pa ducUtd retail a% nttnits for eight nature to oea h b .. 5Nk.
With arder, lrt i r thorough tapeao. a-
the dug bwrouikti hint The Sa. T)at'sl
tne beet e\idenue that even a oad
dog know a s i, in t e11ei es "a
It has bt.n the. geedal ompletav t IOplat tdl ll
of uiheertberstt thei their dogs us*ly il a ng a
4erther au ers a toy the per rt ti r akI am,^ am M ad N 5lo dW
ag. but it is dlferwat to tha - m aLf t hsC
-4 la "&WrI" the Jstoe ns a ft, 2

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The KdA YeT Have Alwsay Bought, and whlch b-esM
in ta fr over 80 yes, has borne ttheo si I
gand haw been madl unde ba b Pro.
onrai aperone toh mtiee
WU '# G Aowno eeto4 diosob imtk U
AU Comosrelts, Imiataos 5 d "J*O d 1
Experim- ts that trifle with and endanger the health &
lbm. at d Ch~Udmi-BxpePle ai against p ment.

ft4 s a harmlne substtate for Cfator Of1, Pa
etoDrop sa"d s oothlnr SyrMp It is PlaemIt. I
anmIies neither Opium, Morphlne nor other ~tareole
smbsamee* IIs tae gis its arU tee. It destroys Worms
ald aflys Feverishnesw It curte Diarrhoea and WWtd
OOla, It relieves Teething Troubles, cres Coistlpatio
Mad Flataleny. It asimilates the Food, regulate the
tenlM anod Bowels, giving healthy and natural deep.
The ChMldren's Panacee-The Mother's Friend.


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The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
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.A WUSIAiT OA WH Wr wEoo '

Mr. Jamen DOOughrt and Miss Ida
Redding lappiy United.
A most beautiful and Impressive
wedding was celebrated Wednesday at
high noon' n the Methodist Elfpicopal
okurch In the presence of a large num-
ber of relatives and friend. from this
aad other cities, the bride being Miss
Ida S. Redding, daughter of Mr. T. J.
Reddlng, and the bridegroom, Mr.
Laaes W. Dougherty of Jacksonville.
The church was artistically deco-
vated with palms, ferns, trailing vines
aad potted plants. At the terminus t I
of each aisle was a gate surmounted 1
by an arch, the effectiveness of these Until ybu have seen us about the
archways being enhanced by the use wedding cake. We can furnish it to
of quantities of bamboo. The chancel suit the most fasntdious taste. Cakes
rail was also covered with bamboo to order for all occasions, our esi -
and the pews for the relatives were cialty. Anything in that line on short
marked off by white satin ribbons. notice, at reasonable prices. Sure to
The guests were escorted to the give you satisfaction. At our bakery
pews by the ushers, Messrs. Arthur can be f )und fresh daily, choice bread.
Albertson and Clifford Haughtog, of rolls, buns, cakes, ples and pastry.
Jacksonville, Mr. Edward Belote of Everything is pure, wholesome. tooth-
Pensacola, and Messrs. Sandy Gra some.
ham, Jim Shands and Addison Pound CITY BAKERY,
ot this city, college mates and fratern-. Hill Block Gainesville, Fla.
Ity brother of the groom. Miss Myr.- _--_.
Me Pennell, organist of the church, the organist played softly, "O Promise
played a varied program of bridal Me."
airs, as the guests assembled. The bride wore a handsome tailored
Promptly at 12 o'clock, to the suit of Copenhagen blue cloth. The
strains of Lohengrin's Wedding March, mald-of-honor wore an exquisite gown
me wedding procession entered. The of dainty pink crepe de ('hine over
washers passed down the aisle, opening trffeta, trimmed in Irish Poilnt. She
Mte gates for the r8et of the party wore a most becoming black picture
and taking places on either side of hat and carried a shower bouquet of
the chancel. Then came little Miss i white carnations iantd asparagus ferns.
Catherine Halle and Master Harry lThe bridemaids t re Incolniigl.
Merchant, flower'bearers. Little Miss attired in dainty frixks of bluo crepe
Halle was attired in a delicate blue de chine over taffeta. ''Thes, effective
orepe de chine accordann-platted dress gowns were completed by black pie-
which was entirely becoming, while ture hats and st.)H~,r I.,ouitis or
Master Merchant wore a white sailor pink carnations.
suit. trimmed in blue anchors. Immediately after thi, ctre'nmony Mr.
Then the brideniaids, Missa Lulse and Mrs. lkughc.rt. l'tit for an ,xte,'na
Walker of Albany, (;a., Miss Cam ed trip along thel i Ut ('o nSt tntl \ll
Liddon of Ocala. and Miss Illanche be at honi in .,lick lli(llle. o() thcir
Prescott of l)ublin. Oa.. entered from return.
tae left wing of the' church, and met Th bride, t, (I' of I,;atit,'ilin
the groomnmen, .MIr. Tonlimy Thomnp-I most attracntl\ y,)unl ladli.:r aitnd hias
son of BHnifa). M.r. Frank Weller of Iwon for hri f an enlliviable, pin, an
Palatka, and Mr. Roy ('orbett of Jack- a vast Iu llht'r of fri.n.ulsi during li.r
sonville, il front of the altar, and residence hi.re ni Iridegroonm is
passed down the right aisle toward the the soi of .Mr. a M.. II. Inagh-.rt
rear of the church, the. groomnmen of JacksiomIill. li, is a iainnir o
cronslsg over and taking the left aisle the. Kappa Alila fr;ater'lity i t thit
to the rear of the chuirr i, and coming i' lverc.lt of Florida, he'i. .li. \.
down opposite aisles, through the a stlude t. Hok It a .llhl.eT ir 1ih.

gates and uip into the' chancel cln
either slde'.
Then rani, t' 'ai:id-of lhonr. MisiS
Irene NMc'reari'. li hi. ci. ii anicl tl'
bride. At the chani'lI the) w're inme't

flrnt oif Dulcighert) rIectlctc. lt
trzu'tct;r~.. a)ck"ac~ii\ III.'
Anccig t helt' eiit.(Ittefiwn gitc at
Owit weeIiitig wle' NIMr. sand. Iis.
I )ceuihe'rt'. Jicirks.cnci'llo: D ir.'Carl 'cV

by the bridegroont and his b t l lt lnu. Minor, Niltrie Ga .; Mrr. tidNlr,4. J.
bar. Basil Stockbridge. of Jackmola'ellt, ,W. Reddhtig miductiNI Is Ifa le' n 'te'd.
and the minister. I)r. Carl W. Minor, ding GreemiMe;Ille i,-, I Ilan il're's.
of Moultrie, Gia.. who most Imresccii'e- tIUllit, (hi.; .'c S, W.tk#'r. mid
ly pronouticedi the ring c'NlaliolY as Nisml Iouisa' Wlkcr, Albictv, (;ia.: 1I Ics
- I('itro Liddccn, Oc firmidcNlMr?4It
FOR lOVE SUNDAY DINNER L. S lay. 'acic, ill.'. Mr .1 W lice k
wytbe fo&Iowiug rielltht"111 i 4e'rt: ho. 1I rotisont, MIr. Pil-il Mtei 'kbIridss'
alcueo Kairds ti rraowmrali%, Jackotitvilla' NIsIp, Ilarc ic I 'ri'M'lstI,
dm(ro~. neeut opti nc.
I to weahtre .i;o.l. i. anv vorDublin. i;a NIt, Frank Wi-e'r, P;
Diweive the JI;i.J IJ Icc ac-9L of boUlug,
wawt. W kien t'coI&nit j i'. cect iomerwinafgt alatkia. cmid NMr. Iti% W, ( erl eel!. J1ack
ta~krn;~1rinthc' thr- sadl pu toserve wilti ccttvllle'
tedIt Vresii. o)'liclacl. T.ier almru
usdJemiMLoean tw. b..uciht at sotv ota@
grocery Ah.t'ir, mike'e ('oiUb ce'CNri tUf ARF
&owe.fsm"s m1t L4 verv economtvl I A UNIVERSITY FUNCTION.

Faculty and Students Will Hold Open
House on March 20.
The faculty and student of the I'ni
verrlty of the State ,f Florids willI
hold "olpn house-" on thi* e tening of
March 20, from 7::t30 to 10::1t o'clock,
aod will be glad to have the IMeople
of (Gainesville coinl out and visit
them. Conveyurnce will he provided
to take all to Ihe 'nIverl(ty. The"
will start from the s:luare.
At the diversity all the halls, I:
ture-rooms and dormitories will be
open to Insp.ctloni. Very profesor
will b in his lecture rooi ready to
,explain the workings of bhi depart-
nwent and to exhibit hil apparatus.
The professors of the Kmgrlimer t
4Satlon will also btwe o band to tell
of thler work. ('cewieyanres will ..
ready to take visitor, to the green.
hoem This will be brilliantly IlluIal
a"ted for t oreCionm. and will doubt-
,11e be very pretlr. e**(meally if e
orcids are still l bkxom.
T T swtimmingpood whlic aa re
certly bee Iua god bape ur the
warm moUth., will also be fIllusate.
Ia the wortbhps sa es of th
work of the stadets wll be an ehl.
hblM sad souem irt mde by Ul
stu4deti will be give thte laes.
The gPael wti be brightly I10i=t
wad. t e I he eapel he Uaivelfty
b- M end the ole b sad te oar
cbestra will proab y ah lr h* e

tAgft refrewebaet 9 wM be oner .
Ti dUarme r w il be lMs wl
tadet eeIM oa arsit to ~" rm
am gaseds& The etanests wlhbe I sd*
some sA wVI be doe* s bees
Ihar rsee ess.


Mr. W. C. Jackson Entertained In
Hceror of Bridal P.; ., Tuesday.

M1rs. \V. C. Jacks
luncheon or supper Ir
horn, '. s a. I',
honor of the bril
.lames ikougherty an
ding. the happy mnar
curred at high noon
This was one of th,
as well as imost
given In this city for
In the dinning-roolt

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scheme of pink and 1,: i . c.>iriwdi
out, the center-piece, > 1' i:.;i. \:\-,'
being filled with car i- ,.n ;c n.
flector. surrounded I> i-
bras with pink catdll h l, e \it h
pink. This schemtn \\.! tlintllil '
played with blue anid i nk e ,
The luncheon table I.r'ide'l
over by Mrs. Dr. R. I. i.", it .lirk
souville., and Mrs. Frai .', li ll ot this
city, with grace.
After partaking of l' lci,l,'ic ni tIe'
party repaired to t I. ittling rcm.
where the cutting of I. ,rut.iil ca.ik,
caused much amusenwi il INt haul
some and expensive \i .lii 'lrc' rc'mts
were also displayed in itli. riom. ill
of which were admiredl 1i\ t!g liti,.
Delicious fruit puil, \,. l \ ld
Miss Maynme Redd'ln I t,.r I I tt'
bride, served at the In: i I
Among the outlof-tO!i I' i i. \\ i,
Mr. and Mrs. 1i. DlouF1 i t ni
the gn row. Jacksonill' \I .- 'ii
StocklrldgeK and Ro) 'i ', t .li'k: oli
vile, a ild .M Frank \\ 1:. 1 i'.
groontnitm i, Mr. alr ii It,.Iit, I

(reeil Ihe, brother wl.
bride. Mts's Car ,
and Itlantch Presctit
bridesnmalds; Rev. lo'
trie. (Ga the omlcl:t i
Mr. .l4in FI .Inackson. ,

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Death of Mrs. oBei' den.

.frt. li'ardenl, nmothl
Mterchaint., d ait hir
Maltin otr'cl N lsnt it
The funerral will lih
residence thin afterno i
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(Ca 't l(HIk well, eat t ,l i ,r f..1*
well with impure bloo, f ., ilitiv \,,,
Iod)y. Ke''ip the hIotxl. l ir I lir
dock Il !ha l hitters. l i atnicl (I I.
ax'l'(rc'ie'. kc't'lp clenI all l Ml \c 111 ill i\
lliog IIlf.,

El Dorado Cafe

Off the Street, Away from Dirt and
Flies-Over 7he Magnet, Writ
Side of Square.

Oy'tcrs iprii,'parcid xi c k,',o l I ke ',i i. I
HteakL anid (tlihl Irolle'l ii t fril.!
Any slp cial dlM li I-Irc d i' .le I. li;,,l
on short notice.
Just a few ~,risln about it 'i lei
Moals: Mornlig ci l night, ainy klild
of meat that's on lt h market Iw tc'rs-
for your chelce Eiggs? why), >.'
they go with any cupper or bre:aikfi t
order-fried. poach-l. srramtli le-ol if
you prefer, an onile'.t.
DMnner: Ilere. a sample I,'ll of fIare
from Tburaday- tllant Duck. ('ream-d
Potatoes, Iweet I'otatoes. Cauliflower
Pickled eets. 1lettlre, sliced T'olli
toes. SUoed Psrhe r s.
Prom this date to t he clolw f th
rIyst sas o. 1 will deliver In an
p.rt of the city frid oysters for :*k
deoes-Cai oMt acoempay order.
Ift yo want to et1rtaila a fIo
frtnds with a Ill(ti pepper, see me.
I 'ave the p1ac ad you ran be a.

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010 1 P FORTER N1O1=
W. Maim Street, 5 ,31.w UsI :
Div? SN, d sonps idmaaO evMrmiugi aw
M isy. delivered 6v eq r Is I M dtyw
OSS ay Wtf the .1 111 #.1$threeu
I bm si or per f oe Ave w .mmrs Is
OWN- 0 I~3~ 1~
f toediag moo a lUr" 05 silas

5'& Wder apkla dvor0ef m madekosrn as

fteTwso eowlsk o" aisea n 9ia,2 forty.
agaer, n pablIaw e s MyuM W
0 *611fto e4 ost.. ll Owe am ef U s
L v tI#l,b@4 Sm "d gaenua, ad mWi be
S ~j pgu frhe, to say rst Ite UM
O& Oi weeds, flor tSas ayuu-ar dnadum.
AS e~svwtls* bilsh besse s e'af 1ev lu
s I of edventlissuaN ouws tbeW
WNW, i.IW o poy tor drrtift 4s 0
"a Addraso~r TUX DAILT44".
;dsisG Laemim. s

Oeoola county remains In the dry
#Sma bY Ab majority. The prohl-
400idoslta are Jubilant over their via.


tin has Invented the no0 le
Now I someone wou)d tell as
W 'ult the no ly Republican
#sllbWMtr, .our joy would' bi full.

I 4 jouGreaday "Col. 0hoa
a iW eea As' beat it to the 'lAd
f bt 45 b honey." What pvoba y
a aat au the land of mint and

-- ,- clng aterets and tran-
l 3 relegate many things
- 0 the tNtb of'disuse. Then it is
e'la tfora w lasltled ad. to "take them

It s reported that a sblp has Just
SrrTie at Boston arrylag 10,000
sl of bsa Beana to Boston
S S variety ia the metaphorical
ro.ul asba of "oals to Newa.tle.~.

ASothr Saundal la the Oovernmaht
'Ptatlia Oaic and charges made that
,AO- reu is being hInuenoed by lobby.
% iNj d yet many people will support
0 Reublianle party Instead of puns
leiag it.

Perhaps a good stenographer would
d o u much toward booming your
bainess as a poor one will toward
buNting it. The "courage to.make
th change"-and a want ad.--ari all
,that you need.

i tg Leopold coatInue to give evi.
Sde e that he is a good business man
':as well as something of a gay old
sN hin letUt* go his grip ea the
Oage be provides big incomes for two
member of his a raly.

The Taft boomers have him already
i aomia d on the frat ballot, but as
eoa a few delegates have so far been
eietd they may bemistaken, but why
d iatmorge this White Houe figuring
haed as beautiful hope.

"By the pork oue knows the work.
." as by the ad. one knows the
Sadvertter--whethe it be a big ad. of
a big tore. a half-btaeough ad. to
a half-aterprlstago ough store. or a
ast-mueh~f-an-ed. of a not-muchoer-

Sherti Robert Jackson of llll.
b roagh county. who has bee reM
."Vd from o ce by Governor row.
A. wUIl run for re-oectiUo. He
dtIms that be has not been treated
,' lrb, ~d his friends are ldinast
- th Goveor's actkin.
JONA,-1h -m-f aAr A-- b mf &-m

tgiva their reader ilrga t4p h the Ptt In ont
sorry pass the Republigopa y ha iutwmMaa lat etIgoa UM the as.
brought the country to. pt t 'The k spic -th, 1opr
New York Sun, with it ii4 l4qeodet ,r ea t 4 st 11 t elock on
soul muc vexed tby what l.. Brysts la I M ,I a In hall
asasrts Is mainly de to ooseelt o( he a W alr.t s&
a b "Desqb te i j. Bdites t a ost glei Bost all parts
filching "D sk o of the tOer wee ,000 PltW
lares that V are now adebted to
President Rooseveklt burgr who wf partlelpat
I sl the The e veton will
Private con i sad credit t shat clo W~ l.
tered; decreasiag butleas; empty i23. t Baer.,of Loa AB
freight cars ad eAipty pay anolp s.; a, e rce.
railroad employee aak rr la tri wwork- ee Re:
rs laid of by the hbadred tmh. a4; st em Nwa X*, N. J., d
disuter made t-ora Ito ta; "e, T' ResaUrreo
the otlitution ae o0e-66aIde like t"s
a broke' Teddy, brl( t ir#~ ts T18 Wt t' ee lt k B Nrg
salted; apltal pertaeate an#d fright le iv+nr Mbere atempte4
aied: suspicon ad'" hatred amown ra Al sy otio d te world
msaloasay among 0laeIN f~ pros. 5 rbethr d elegata or
perity or adversity is tly uim- Wl I 1 .
tual; half veiled, satlsr idepbscle sNWw. thea Uim of wli
of riot; the army deMimai dd by m u # l ullstratrlng
&aoritm, the Ta nY embarked pon a the l wa et 'lonaris sba the Itte
mysd diusa u sdvtwo; S b 2yto of aso t niv4 In all the
currency reform unaaheed., oll Ilprtt Ps pi the wer6, will be
service re*la ade i byword." WW .--
The lan mfigl have added that PfRIO ON CASTIL.
trups have beetb Aed but no trut \
magnate, how*Me guilty, is yet In In Ir bu AMempted to Kill Hae
stripes. rarri an, that malefactor han, pa Told Peloe.
oL great wealth, l at lare and is said ChrIstIa MIrch 11.-A Smede,
to be again likely to bea delegate apparently lasse, 'faladt the oyal
to the Republian National Conven. ctle here with a Reoinato rtfe at
tio. The Aruts., are still lslling noo' THrad
abroad cheaper tha at homq and Ci He lBre, Wmeve shots, serel of
margin is larger tla ever against the w' alk 9 4 throughdb e iaow
American people. rIouW scandals n mbd e Md tbose t a into
Congress, to ay nhIg of frauds and H" e wa s gf do cath
grat being wapread. Such and pollfe sa l aly th
more is the Pado bo of evits thatpolice
At the gall* tkato be declared
th people Ierit fn Rspblla that It wAs li lntntion to kill Kng
rule. aliK
*'me- 11 atll alis rty or anyrcartrridge
THr(WAY TO ARGULI" o hoior .
--0----, Iiagr Hpakds and Quea Maud were
"Thoar a no, good tI argug with abeet from the a.tle.
tha IneitablLm rThIly ** mar _____

available with as ast wind is to put
on yow oVercoat"-LowelL U IN l f
Th awakemoerchant know th 0Aby OL, wa arh
only way to uewith 'Poor' by v-Work
apes" is to turn on more "ptitlky abeastlly Ue lysl Make IMpure Blood
steam;" that the'bee potssble um It ad to be considered that only
of adverto a is to take thede de ~irinary and bladder troubles were to tb
of "hard tmes"-or- more strictly Lr.'cd to the kidneys
h,; now :uodcrt2
speatng, "d'll times." Ad sre. science proves that'
dve adTveWltl g does you the umat wte~..n r oy all v iseue.
0go4 when yor bulnesa needs It. Lave thvir becinniag
, In. In the ditsorcler o
As will be sok by his formal an. these int iulpprtaut
nouncement in the tissue, Judge J A. A. e ki nev filter
.CarlaSe is a candidate for :County ad purify the tlood-
Judge, or many year Mr. Carlisle .-- that is their work.
was elyk 9f the rcult oourt of this r ao, wur ide etc w11k
yof out of orler, you can utaderstutxtl ho0.
oount, durtig the occupant y of which quickly your entire body is affected an
posatito, owing to bl acknowledged now evcy organ lscemst to fail tu do its
klel rblilty, he attained the title of It.
tr retiritNi from irm- It vom are Pick a "feel 1,,lly," be:In
SAtetaki the great kilney r.uetly, r.
spomlible' office, he passed a m t iie Kir's Swanl>-Root. Ibe.au'te Ia T.un
crqitable examination for an iSlon ,4.i \ur kidnevs are iell t1 ev will h.lp
to the bar, sine which twia .he haI all the other organs to health. A trial
Aited a successful praise. e I 11 'il conv'inc an, aoe.
JoI auccyou are sick you can nake no nmis-
undoubtedly well qualified to All the take 1* frst lhctuwinig 'vur ki'.uey,'.
poSitio to which he now aspires. Tlier nitd and the ectraorfinary effect of
Judge CarUals is one of the most Dr. Kilmer's Sweep-Root, 'he great
kiilrdvy roinmt'v. is soon reclitcd. I
ide n umen In the county, and t th hli lt f or its wonderful cures
there Is doubt hbt that his num, r. of the ntmot "iMtrj-inx cases. and is seld
ous frieds willU re4e hlm loyal sup. on its merits by all
port, druggists in lftycent
_aend one.dollar sde
bottles. 'ou my
St. AuiMutie's eelebratloa this year have as anple bottles am. '
of the laedng etPae de Leo will hv malt free, also a pmpblet ttllala you
eclipe that o last year. It will be owto Sad out if I we kidney or
ob l er trouble. Vetionm this paper
worth a vidt I the AseSit Cfty when wriiltt Dr. lImer &t CO. ing.
wita te elew atlM a eltoa. a to baton, N. loa't make any mistake,
a ta ~a ar other attraotlot b t but relmeber the sne, Swa pR.ot,
bea tsm 14 o tows. Tboe ar t LD. r)-ill? m' swu, 1oI,, andt(e d-
occar iI L NAa Ils. s, ibatoo ,Y. ,;uaym tbet ,

CoPN*" B1,eto% A, N Ot
mIa a I IL
Imdt tt l l "r a, A*ew. LOSUt
can exhibit 0 t4 I ea sitolN tt
PW,0. YTne we are tgivtn a 1 -- O DS
r the beShA the way ,
a battlhip aLhurp ~iwtta as ce. -l
aiderably agwe Ia Otht .

tasksa the fr llWl voters' the
want ads.

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A Sure Cure .

*w &r AR ea tatops Irrit1Ss. whDsce II~
TStheg Pose loousen h Thre 'flse~~ LJ2
a~h fre lumlailS o the Blood givLg the MIds'W$

Mrs. 3. A. ~isoa. 500 Cslg SL. Km~im '
'Ten.., writs. hav bess~ trytng the heths
Hot Spitng. kbL., for sarict rbematlm.i
mm orelief~ froma sIsri's .ewr IMbas
Inc lon ~~wUoS SI&Shoi PAbn cdei.4
la~Hre botl byII Souher 3xme5
SI 5131 t0I OUt TIll~ NWNIII~~~~

5g3uyrSnow Linimen Co..(
St. LOUE~U I1. A.

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Jacksonville, Florida
The Best Known and Largest Liquor House in the Stete

These Pries Do Not Include Ex. These Prices Include Expre Otharges.
preO Charge. If you want us to pre- 4 'q 1t qts.
pay 6dd as follows: 1 gal 50c, 2 gal. Forrest Lawn Rye..... St. 7 $ 8.00
750, gal. 90c, 4 gal. $1. eechland Rye ........ .76 8.00
Per Gallon. Glen Lily ............ 3.30 .00
Extra Star Rye ............... 1.601Jim Buckner Rye...... 4.0 10.00
lsuehldor Rye...............1.75"
redeem Rye .................... 2.00 Woodford County ...... 4.50 10.50
atliand Rye ................ 2.25 Rose Valley ......... 6.00 13.0
Maryland Monogram............ 2.50 Echo Springs ........ 5.00 .
Rose Valley ................... 3.00 I. W. Harper ..00
Eeho Sprlngs ................. 3.50 .......... .00
I. W. Harper ............. 3.50 Live Oak ............ 5.00
bolaes ....................... 4.uo Lewis' '66 ............. 6.00
11lk Velvet ...... ...... 50 unter.............. 5.00
Malt W'h @key ............ $2 to 4.00 Canadian Club....... .00 .
Oeorgia Ios ............. .. n.............
Teuneoe Coorn .............. 2.00 cane Springs (bottled In
North Carolina Corn ............. .50. bond.) ............... 6.00
Stone Mountain ............. .... J. E. Pepper ............ 5.00
Tom Gin .................... 1.0 Duffy's Malt............ 4.00
4olland Gin ............ $1.56 to 2. .,O
Neow land n Rum........$1.75 to 2.1) American Malt ......... .00
Cognac, Peach, APlle, Apricot, iLaurel Valley Corn..... 3.60
Blackberry and ananaa Bran. Stone Mountain Corn... 4.00
dies .,.............. $1.50 to 3.00 Gopher Gin Tonic...... 4.00
Port, Sherry, Catawa',n and Black. Devil's Island Gin...... 4.00 ....
bIrry Wines .............$1 to 2.00 uin Phosphate .......... 5.00 .
ANHEUSER-1USCH BEER--Budweiser pints, 10 dozen, per Cask..$12.00
Lee than Cask per doaen................ .... .......... ... .
Ixpoet Slue Label, 10 dosen In Cask .............................. .o
Loe than Cat per dozen ........................ .......... 10m
Aogets fAr Stachlberper' Tamps La Fuma Universal Clgar. Henry
OGeege Cigars. Tampsa mokers. WRITE FOR PRIC LI T.



1 e uaw e s arWE UtI-UIrmE-Id to W ower VO w mr a ro nollie e.
a n about refutuinx the tarift ward or amp a of Catarr that ca-.
t ha Je the trusts. yet we have ,t be ered by Hlall ('Catarrh oure.
A tt Md ,ty. former Governor Dug r. CH rNY a CO.. Ton:do. O.
h u M alaoeet. fur saying that Wq, the saaderstoed. have known
S*ha W pronta of the st*el trust. . eJ. for the last 15 years. and
aloe aameuted t U 62,1.,o' for the bell hml perfectly honorable l all
ye arse 1 W8 aad *W< bulmes traetkas.a and fancrtally

The ditcovery of a $M pearl LI, tahe
neak of a pig at Bayore. N. J.. ,ugS
gests that there dAy b*e ttllion
awaiting the gts whol hall develop
a pearl -bkarl g specter of bers A
tburry that Ulmet thit hpyw tbt.h(.
hoe.vvr. t tha It t'was a cae ew f seae
body trying thoe oxrtMamst of "east
earlt before swine.

able to carry out say obligptons made
by his flM.
Wholesale lruggltas. o"e4u 0.
all's CatIark Cer 1i takvn ta tr.
ally. sitta directly ulm the blkod and
mucome sartaeo f the system TtS
m al ao e tr. r. rtv.r T per
bottle. ft by all dru ast
Take HaMls hraF y Pil ftr comasU

Air Line Railway


Three Elegant Trains Daily:



Modern r'ullman Equ:pment

trnhsa. IA AnagwUse and Jacks~r
wasngjotof. Ibtahg Car (a La CA
1leeimng camr Btaesrot & and 0b
J3~ r. a sad Jwkosmrlnu I:
For fll lmfwmauon sad $I
Smbord or write

Pullman veetllW
l.';* tO \e% Yrk via RICbSIKMg"
krte, on-le-l Dutibs *L rawinsom

Sp. i d including11111 411 M
epE;r reservationsear as MW 1J

Istait Gemeral l PP"e A04

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S N6r l | DgDm i A U1 I Wr il.I

w tele belng

melon ad
s*tat4 wt
hit In getting ib

e Tampa Bay Hotel is still filled
Suests, and the season Is one of
beat In the history of the house.

0eph Clayton ot Jacksonville,
bly the only negro ever faclao a
Sof peonage instituted by a
ab4r o. own race, has been
ws. ---- .
W. L t Lakeside, in Bradford
t7, kld a beef last week that
t hi .60, for beef and hide.
kept vr $2 worth of beef, be-
the tal .. Velvet beans did it

jude Jones has granted an inunc-
Sapmat the collection of a three-
road tat ln Dade county. Good
a wanted, but how to get them
t too niach taxes Is the problem

a ed white man was killed near
e Oak by being run over by an A.
L train. He was a stranger in
e.Oak, his name not being known.
S thre 'was nothing on his person
identlf~' nm by.

the FirEt M. E. church in St. Peters-
Sraled $2,000 last sunday
ardn paying off an ndebtedness of
Some other towns want Just
t ort of tourists, who go to meet-
and are liberal when the plates
paved. -
The dar manufacturers of Tampa
much gratIed over the decidedly
p ed condition of business in
ti.e There has been a marked
In both the receipts of orders
of large remittances from fArms
had been in arrears for some

|The ahool board at Tampa held a
sesolon, call In Chief Savage
Spla for better fire protection In
sobsolt of Tampa. It was decided
put In we gongsealso to teach the
fi drills, each room to have
t drill so a to enable them
leave the building by different
thereby avoiding a congestion
the hals.
A t fj't runaway horses whica
broken loose from a wagon "ran
a little girl in Tampa, Friday.
l without injuring her, as The
tells the story. The child wau
.path but In passing her they
Sso that the breast yoke bind.
them togethr'was raised above
Little one's head and the horses
ha ed her. one on each side of the
t ,.-Tlmee-Union.

hem grand jury In its last present-
t l 8t. Lude county, says: '*t.
County is possessed of a large
rtwell eated court house lot, but
Ato he present Ume the fourth,
f. our county's existence, we
ieNlety destitute of a eourt house.
Ltole Is a county to be proud of,
I iu rsmre tht Imrportant build-
SI-ma a fairy vltee. so ar as we
s. In the dim uertsaln future."

Soe= lth or or Mr heum
pserat. Coat bar the toceb
~,hai DoarLm's Oattenmt


pivel 1 Y110 igned
Upon Chaew t !f;le
Te old wheels of' were
about to beCome 3ty e ICA-
man's court, it has b es O ,1s simce
they have boen nt ta N A(onD1 b0ut
A*i there was a change Tawln
N loive negro boys were b6ore
th e Justice apon a chtwo ef ll -
lous mischief, prefer* I. Jeff St
Th names of the boys va Verthm,
HallU Pre DeBue Jame tia y.Tonm
SInTram a4 Teo Jotawe, tey were
charge b tbhe preautid witness
with robbing his aests oe there-
by pnetint his hens ft ~Mttinlt.
Moe prof that .Plank. After laventlIr llg the 11 JuStlee
ban's VesetaMb CQom d rem Colman felt that only two q( the boy
stores women to permoa h .lh, wera actually lgath. ITee w' r
AIr. Mattie Copenhvr, of 31t So.Verbom HAI and1 Drt 1 D -0 who
lat St, larsona, Kaes,writoe: ,were appsreutiy leader. Ju.stlc
For two years I suffered from the stated tha be did not blver the
worst formsof femlonie ills, uttil 1 was boys'had any inteUtion o Utr thaln ran-
almost driven rantiu. Nothnlanbutmor- letous miaohief, and after c leeInure,
cbine would rcllcv, me. Lydia Pink-
a Vegetable mpen bru nt e released them on payment of'the ~,ast
health and happiness, and made me a, ia the cae.
well woman. Every kek woman should '
benefit by my experienm." WILL MAK OPPFICAL VISIT.
For thirty year Igdla E. link- District Deputy Grane dxted Ruler
hamu's Vegetaiblo Coill rndl, inaroe of lks Will he Here Pe dy.
from roots and herl',4u9n been their Gofteavi i dg No. WS, iatw,.v
standard remedy for fttenale ills,
p Ahs pitidvely cuind LthouInl4d0of lent and Protective Order S lks. will
onten who have een troubled with be honored with the Imreseiw of is,
dlplacemenuti, int lamination, ulcers trict Duputy GraOd tated Ruler .Ma
tion, tbroid tumo ru, irreulaittie, L. Bear of Pensaoola, who tiilorni
periodic puih, backache, that hear- Secretary J. M. Dell f the local I(dgt.
lag-down feelii, tiatulency, idiiita that he will pay Oalnestle i.oyge
ton,dtihnerw,ornervousprOstratuon. an oml visit Frday eveg.
Why don't you try It The regular weekly histiin of
Doet hesitate to write to Mr.. Oalnesville Ldgare h bod M Thurn.
Ptikhart l f there i J authln
about yart skers yau do not damy but Mr. Bear COuld at conven-
und e 1at. 1 bwiu[0t at your tletly armau his sebedule to be' henry
lettera611t1d11(a0e you tonight The regular m-eeti will be
wrtl ev beerftt of herdb held, however, but another 'Weblon
wlmrrlt byed beasu of hIw
ast p habe S p helped well be held rriday n lgt tf gr'.t this
tM l AdrMr- Lynn, Mas. dlnC4tauilbed offeer, who I not only
Sa_ euthalastio Elk and ae efmciunt
oGNERAL GILCHRIST HERL omflalid but a wboleooloed fellow as
well, a moNt all Elks prw to be.
South Plorida Candidate for Governor Seeretary Dell rreqets a full at.
is Visiting Gaineville. tendance at the meettald Friday
ven mal, wvheh will be bold at 8
Among the prumlnent visitors too'lock
Gaineeville is Hon. Albert W. Ollchrist ____
of Punts Oorda, one of the most wide- MUCH CONCERN PSLT.
ly-kanMtr citizen of the State, and a
candidate for Governor. Ordiy Mthd fr ng
General Ollchrist 1i eanvasinl the Ordinary Methode fr Uu.
i tarri~ Prroe Umeagieuil.
SWritten statistcs that ahew an In.
crease in catarrh have s eon coma-
dence In the usual prens i loans to
afeluard human health free the rav.
ages of this disease.
When stomach dosing was proven
effective, It was natural to look for
some other trotmaet. and it ,l be-
lieved that In Hyomel an basolute
cure for all cstarrbal trouble has at
last been fouid. lahled with the air
you breathe, Its heillnK medaot0lon
reehas every part of the naoe and
throat, and soothes the irritated mu.
eos membrane so that relief is almost
lstant, while lasting re isu ractical.
I? ure to tlow.
The complete Hyomel outft eosts
but $1, Usad t sold by J. W. W. ilam
& Co. tider a abs olute arffe1met to
f.d the mosey it it doeae not give
ANS A t ailONlaY.

anidtPe for Goverowr.
tate t the tterst f a, miller.
sad states that be Is meuitlgU gW t
Ireat dl eal d caetrfaguv t fhr v
rus section of te State. Hoe wi
speed the day kbre Olngtng with old
friteds an4 masllhR Pw r om.

SIm obdsiate cases. Why: reme The es rlot whee
An was sts sel I. t wt amid- io the pihein .

AN.mmg Ado

Ms1 Wrki
I lk_* Wk

RerasM. Presm

mad Pmsd. Pairu

ry maow Weight than the fl. *l ddW of
competitor whose pocket-hook you are hitkng.

1 am comparatively a Stnnrer among you, but
practice is good and rowing larger r-ach day.



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th tM t is p l shoeE hehr eo
INm 9i o"a am, and a4bos0
bnteu~egol meleeYttOWaim m
1s br pykng hrPoM
m aor = *Al sor day, 0 10h
C-bm N statem"_VbBhe
9" a*. L w% bkb ft a fo
IOii mg 1*t iwis- isW Md
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Mrs. Malinda Akers, of Basham, Va., writes:
"1 had what doctors call 'proklpse,' and couldn't
stand straight. I had pain in my back and
shoulders, and was very irregular and profuse.
Doctors said an operation was needed, but I
couldn't bear the thought of the knife. After tak-
ing three bottles of Wine of Cardul, I could walk
around. Can now do tny housework and am In
splendid health."
Cardui is a pure, vegetable, medicinal essence,
especially adapted to cure women's diseases. It
relieves excessive periodical pains, regulates
Irregularities, and Is a
safe, pleasant and re- ru ADVICK
liable remedy for all wr .o .. na, P
sick women. In suc- ,,i l, ,dq,.
cessful use for over 70 '. ,c .
years. Try it.
At Every Drol Store In $1.00 Bottles.


lh se b hrw q IsnAry. S1ibe OW
Ser v,,,, A otio-.l. e
f ftm bes so l kik --,f i
IrS O Rosh. a idmv
UsaS qm s dopawt..' m
me bowme"mgd it # 15r14
4it&e o~as o o wW .


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Four Italians Were Shet from Ambush
at Yber City, Fla.
Tampa, Fla., March li. l)r Uto-
vanI Orana, a prominent physlclln, .
his brother-in-law, John Ortlno, and
a friend, Alfono Mule, were hot
fIom &tbubt In Ybor City by four
man, who had screted theamselvos in
the grouad of Bt. Josephb's caen.t. I
Mule will probably d(., the others be-
tlg oaly slightly wounded. All are
Itallans, and the shootila is boellevl
to e the result of a Ilaok Hand plot.
nFve thouslld dollars was demand .
ed twea Dr. Ornas several woks M ho
d rom DOr. On. nw Ik wesao The Pen is Mikhtier
and he had Own bhee sotled lto le lve
the city. Demands htve also boee
made oa other promolmat talians and 'lhall jtIII- tlli'- ilol Whtcil your
much alarm ua prevalled In the Ita )otl- t is (Illr Iln, | cnl it in-
tar colony. lo)t& is oil fire, because it B*
The polled hrve arrested five I tal. stantliy Ncureo the otit'rt Value
lana on isuplclon.. .
-,-_ lof your ihotie,-tlhat im, whl
IGNORED WIP'lS APPEAL. ')your IltIiH' is pillntiid t))11 &a
Swift Veneanc Meted Out to Mtan. trollg 'lily for
in VirInis. I
Bristol, Va., March 11.- wIft vrn- Fire Inu
gance was t*etd out to Jackiou Pro.
ler, a youse married man, who was n the wInt of cinpanli,. Winter winld
taklm from his home amr swords at r pliuai.l rl Ia, t 'I i lasUl. llow
reek. Russell county, by a mob of lItn t youjr Il*l* I n II not I fl afety, liti
three hundred men, I pite of his ocm r Illi at ea,.r lisure it on r~rept o

wife's aptmal, sad benud to a tr*e
Oorre ('all and John Mtller wear
murdered at a dance Ilturdsy rlgbt.
sad it was cbarsed that Prsf wa
Impltiated is the killing. Thomua
Gross and Prr Dye, young en. also
cbtred with bengl implileted In tao
doable kIlllnl, wore arrested unday
ad hurried to banoe Jail, tweety
mles distant, lan rder to prevent a

as Cheem o0us, *** Vse l"eweeovs
Ti word f thes hbe ehs every.
om's mmutk, sad may are a wnmdetl
Vmw te 9 weeWdf t UIMl h see4
Ie. etk bee b wh wIll ew*y tat
xwprMaY 31I@UI Me6M the W .
Well. te (a r u stlm t Hostade ef
peepte who M 0o awU alb st *ood4
tm.ng, we wqeM aay jt MBRPiri
mus a deuie or e tor of M**ae.."
Now '*IIpses" to te fairly aasee *a
4*ese ausedr4 ar wtr vestabe per.
irtm. A m rIlar sratebe rano dan.
"dr A. IahNis *al, sa taUla bari hibse
it ttb so= One ( N atIWu I HIBRPSI
IWl l- de7 p 4 el a ftt% Wb ate
16r VWMS SNWd by lOWw *vegeas.
bold as inewas.s" r M.tsM tWThe
1809p0ft Oat D W" Ma t,

a. ft t s o l6 AwatS

I a Iliw Irwunau ot.IIIINK.

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W. a. Themses,

C. W. Cheo".

lewy. bw

A Atruong Ikank,

Ile"s tlhtat CouI

Moref i t PON

H. F. olen,

C. W. Cbes,
J. 0CLNickuel,
J. A. A, ltey,
b, J. Themee
C. A. Ssoeuse,
WA cheese. I
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mswwm wwww w moIusewa ws
(het Himesif 4 Hea W
*atue, Wa., M 1 U.-.4ald
.* AMrt, s9w. rU sdi Ofhew psi

sIo ae batlew oor s(1 tw l*t.

No pWS ebedp te vml waIM
f 1tu1 1 1W* 4as to the saen of
oCba flpld et aM to say that
4 t bad swm agsglgry . A oourt.
w artl wae I pro ^ ia'wtnag, the
eed so* of ~uOf 0*de oNm aburd
4h 00 f ut ad ALi
;Opti AlIa worth recently applied
Sd0er Il av'ofIbtae to ilt hbt
other, wbh wes 1l at Portsmouth,
S~* H. Is aMd btat hil requet
was refused.
fPtat" Alaworth wa forty-flv
Iaars of aMe, and uomarriod.

Don't Complaln.
S If Iyour chaet patans ad you are u.
ble to sleep beoaua of a cougb, buy
a bottal of Ballard's Horehound Syrup
and pot won't have any oough. aet
a bottle now and that oouh will not
S lat Ilea. A ear for all pilmasary
S dlaesea Mr. J.--, Oalvaeton, Ter,
S writes "I ofa ay enosh for ial.
lar ud's HIorhoud Slrap. Th rllef It
1 ha s gibe me is all that I. necessa
i for me to say." Sod by W. M. John.

Leet a Fine Horse.
Priewds of Ham Davls sympathisw
with hben la thp Iow of his flne horse
on Meaday, alght. which died rather
Mr. I)vis paid $600 for this colt
when ooly afts month old. and the
horse. wbloh as two years old at
the time of Its death, was the admire
tioo of everyone.



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Funiture Sold on Easy
Payments. Show C-sC s
Miae to Onler. Rtpairing
as. a Spy. Si on Com-.
SUK* in hCummeim
v lt4umaubw Ra".
Ste W. lw a A L8, 0 mahrllh, P

(imusmlJtl. March 11.
lst. A N 1 the time,"
oa --d A s-fnt a ptee
frt arni s. Glit-drie S

I Iwe &owere Omm
and Is as6 w0"d d
Domic &Md Jobs Dora*
audt Neima., the woln
taul mans Is o* of the
te If" difllt. Nor
an wsoboecs fot rlos
sad Or. Brooks S. Dee
In the wooed d triot.

And reomober the a
auger. from, pala -osi
wcutheu'r-wbee 1,
burstr tafrom ahar4 A-
Snow Ltment.," i. wri
vreamlnMt bianlaseo as
stoed, TOEniM IWdt o
your 11ImeML POrrNT$M
was a great sebe Ir a
.54 and urnla r am n l
that now I am free ttoa
plalutt. I rI sure I owe
lluhnent." Hold by *. M

Vigls4tae Proteotlve
Noyr York. March 11
Pruseue. praerevit of tl
$tsmnon Protcortive Ivnu
aunieood by ft-orbo ghllsi

dock rlU that It
f r o m in n iupl a cbtu p e a c htb 4
? to anpwar William, O00041 to s
ONW&al and friend torm..e~eLuU ePpJIans
46e revelation by tU E04" Imes
of the eafstes of oflie sQSplpps.. r
Vence e hotwe tile 0 0P f lraw
Trweedmouth AntI 4 fbe-itfthi
According tq, fUS Qp f4tff o,
KXnc Bdwsr4k b hi letter. t*f
Nfew that "Ie ttL" pat
i MoIonoe Sreu .
$ad, sbarmjI' pke of te te@u
attke.TtmL' I
Catnufie, thet" som ahe" "tit.
as Aw*of ISOe usis to
eplwter sad qs-palltlesl in~b
4on It Xmeasr 460"W4 ie 3mG
- .asuserw'd tL~ 3lfiUi Urns ~q rwute~
as has to 4wssr'WIvhw. 1
7I Tkls sBI~Ic~o* It rC #6s4* 065,
MOM* the Met Impr a, bt is
'OsrUe ad Oralt IritaL.

AS.~~~~~~~_ AA.. I ..a

tI aid In the snpprew Ion of arime,
fave out a statePeat In whcl hbe said
that tIe movement t-howrd rapid prolr
mre had the metrberablp already aua.
berMd several t oumands. "The lel ."
says Mr. Itu~oe, "Is la onstant
enmunlenaton' with other similar o.r
gapBatlons throughout tis country,
aMd steady as a unit agalast the cri,

A thby
SbMld be sunshine In the home. and
wtl bea Vif myu e It Whlte' Cree
earmtfge, the greatt worm medt-
el a eve olfred to sufferian hu-
Iaty. This remedy s becom-
lta ti permanent lxture of well
related boosbolds. A mother,
with cmdrn. ouant gt alonl without
a bottle of Wlhte'a Cream Vermiltug
I the bouse. It is the purest and best
medlele that mosey can buy. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.


Feb. 14th our deposits were ........
Dec. 3rd our deposits wtero...........

Net gaSin inl dVjWits................$ 47,60( 3.1'

The Gaim ills Nhtinl Bank
- T. W. AIML P IiIMIt----

le, ithe I ec eisie d asm
mSatM' luguieosnt furrvielatle,
of the auti-trfut lw. The mm had
srved thlrtyamva days.

Charpd with Killing CW.
Claatoea Ala., MWeb l.-l-da ea
beaos b. a rug mWsa. te Ila a
ha charged tW i tae r be .
by, one oath OW, ntew 9aM wu
oad la aI s oeM w ha w thae
*a prlanuary ea % la ietawrS. Im
ther w white wsnmes hew aUlWe
as aecosmpUies.
ueonl Plague Dimlihlag.
Valparalo, Manh 11.-As a rsuit
of the preautnltio !: by ty as-
th times te b boolc plaue at As6
ftzaaa ard Iqulque la ;Imlemag.
bSips scoring froa tba are oUblge
to dlsialect at Artea, w. le vssv s
omingl from the aorth Paci t ar dl.
infected at Caual. PIw.
Pir Damage of WIs.00 .
littabur,. Pa, March Ii.--Wht
Iremen rou tajured and the bmelalme
setlo of Wilktlaburg, au djolaia
subrtb, damaged to the eatet Oa
$2I5i.a0 by Ire Tvelay. Astltaac
was seat from tla city.

Can cea. March I .I--As Qurpig We
oemtre It a bwrraks bhro, the @*)
Sitrsk. l.liiw their commander, 0mm.
&l Mek t A Te mtdsy vws elwle
sl aftr a au of adeH
be" *.hot

We", : ) rb T -the %mool
Widina t N4aboo t 0 he larva
Of the kind Is th dosalk, was deeu"
by Grm Tuo unWtag Lof tI
mimated At I.W. ea e Was S

Direct from


Finest Old Whiskies

GOOD W1ISiCP.Y-. that K one distilH" Irm the
Carefully wk trd Arrr az 41-(1 I'U' t.' U er, ita dUl n. l e

"3a )wn isi
ft ech t h Ie IA J f.i tn htl gd1fa e
by our uhquai wi; i 1 *
Roth the IIN41 ,.... 14 .4, 1,4 'rlur. of te Of (
lNOelT fn ''t :nlln, with ap
alwanysc -rn ThI:om&' "' i** I

gc *

Ckaot kjatj a .. .,.u.
wnTbeO 1)4! .

The Sw,' t C:

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Puarr Old
ALI. *SW.4
(.;eu el

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aXW. 'r.Twmnrle farla ....
Awr8m otyt, *-b a tra~t The IrAt symptom ~ Contagious l]56Pa to.o isb a or :l i
da, and sas war t Wofae which is quickly followed by a d a O the Aski alds in th
af t day, and ad a r o alt 4 er in, lg hair, ulerted mouth 'ad that aWpe c6 oeC
Tr le dar, Wa.bd by a s o md plotdoes on different parts of the body. .As the -re
T arm W. Ho. ld y aOstamiua.ted with the poison, paustlr srpio84 out 4
ci r W IJ W. Tra i to ru, j y theb dish ad in trem e the a a l and ts
s in er l'- dr" p o Then the ouffele tal hets ""df reo
or.u lae. .,ar ha tndlig a iUsi the clot eu ortu the toil per,*"

Of ?USU-- npe-- and-si, ircu ad 'ptd * forcing ou

(D. whATU Ash AdRI VIN ai disea b. 8.ll h Bs of can

sesl "ee mfrtv a L P YnY VEGETABL"E ldner th ll H B | 114's Misele~nay ^4tp "Wdisa bTn i et ge ^fttj e
f4 P1rd Iwoa., 4obo .- p is oat of yoer blood belor it forC430-tl a-e-C ,
itrl b a a. a. hoe. treatment book om tWihe t disease w it s M free to sl
Ssyg d ate ab3 WtBLh, l t e who wish it, sad in addities or physidals ilt gliv wiit charge any
oft thi .Optry, arrtie he o aedial adviOc seeded. TMa SWUT SPBCIFIC cs hr A, GA.
M .mfor the gto ta eM0aoWk s Us1
Ufue5O i the^1^ ^ ^ rm v^eOse N,' ohSools Ordered Viaated. to a rgge W w 3rd, l,7,T
fjawnor thr b W 8 YMilwaukee, Wi.., March 10.-The and recorded ol) p f Mortgage
Sd at so e ..third so.rs of sixteen of MIr e's Book 84, Rco0cd o(ao a county,
e I ae than mpO publeC schools were ornered VMusd Saving and exopting tnn the fore.
pI M rno S of te Uv.atlo MIonay by Aulldin Inspector Koch, going described uriatboM ct'rtat
5U r po an tm a tone b because of the absence of fire eesa)s. lots of Barry's AddItiM to the Town of
S a st eiae As o The order was, served on President Newberry, as per Crston's survey,
S s i M A. S. Linden nnn, of the school board, towlt:
and was Issued by d:recldon of Mayor Lots 1 and 2 thereof, old. to W
d White Ma lil Wh- T n FPor Saut'ty of School Children. Florida.
S W e TrtgLots 8 and 9 thereof, sold to ki'h.
I Prwe nt Dl iouIyl. l Wellsvlle, O., March 10.-The large ard Jackson, s per deed on page 17,
Sa terpriae, Ai ., M ll t. to public school at Empire, eight muil of Deed Book 70, Recpdl of Alartaun
*l*A fet.i, a well kI~ w d rfte as i from bere, has been closed by dIr~ county, Florida.
Ly r tr,, mL -T I t ll ticn of Mayu-r Criflith until the board Lots 10 and 11 there(' sold to E Z.
k= trhe Tomot d lr m te
my 0 ater'prise. Neceuer;r stairways will have to be county, F owda t .0r 1
Only ft er ltermUon A te onstrulcotw d and the buldMil inMhMatt Wilson, as per dr r eorde',l on
Swey a obtainablo we, but. It hto *B; pue e23, of Deed k ,Record. of
In nErS stood that se*v l white --an- ----"' Ala*hua county, Iorid.
a 1 a diffloulty ad aaUAfDInAN NOTICE. anee, acigt t of s;:
W iy wa acting s a peOoMaL Ie Notice Is hereby given that after made by George Tomaiett civil t ein
I wI f atlor is known no arrests harve TLe publication hereof once a week for neer; lying and being fa Section.
lct, WIUl Bmad.. four successive weeks, the undersign- and 8, Township 9, south, Rang. :l
ttI, Jr. Abo ed Guardian intends to make applica- east.
I haows baA Prins- Expelled from Iermany. tlon to Honorable H. G. Mason, Coun- Alio, south half of aertheast ip :r.
altwma s tl sambrg., March 11.-Prince. L ty Judge of Alachua county, Florida. ter: soth half of nortAwdat quart r;
a Ki K wig Me "-elik of Abyisa has ben at his office at Gainesville. Florida, for northwest quarter *f northeast ql:or.
I- D ,1 o Alya., a, y pulcan order, In conformity with ectlon ter; northwest qudrtoerot south. -t
w In l btlrN expelled from ermay a an undwr. 2818, Gneral Statutes of Florida, to quarter; of Section o6 Townshllp
bet e elector able foretlner. The prince is a nar sell the right, title and interest of south, Range 19, east.
relation of the Klan of Abyssinia sa William N. harry, minor, in and to Also, commencing at a point :
- a n.om. ,or a loam tlme past he bh the following described lands, situate, yards south of the northwet corn r tf
Sbee asking uas oostI .l *forts t lying and being In the county of Alach. Midway Mill Company's lot, ruImiI
uw State of Florida, twit: thence west 35 yards, thsawe suit
Sex time you euranme mpanles br the ezloit a Loat 3 and 4, bloc 40,. Town of :5 yards, thence east 85 y rds, thl(
ad by damp of lines, rubber and ottos L Newberry, as described In deed record- north 35 yards to the peipt of beg .
a b Iyo dr t*he Mngdom of bhi relative, ed on page 521, Book 41, Records of nlng.
-head In.tlt Alachua county, Florida. And also, commencllM at a point "
r llard Compltet LIMt f Staff Omers. Lot 3, Block 30, Town of Newberry. yards north of the somtthb t corr, r
r you. A Agta,. rNorthwest quarter of southwest of Miway Mill Comptay's lot lld
Sof Hp ar -arter, Sectlon 32, Townshllp 8, South, running thence east 14 surs, thez01
a of Hemp.W bs W. Clark aaounoos three ro0 Range 16 east. south 17 yards, thence wdst 140 yarl~.,
"I hWSe used Ms appointments, thereby mcpl, BSouthwest quarter of northwest thence north 17 yards to point of ii.
to using It I lag his stsf, which amb thirty P quarter, Section 20, Township 9, south, ginning .
a rhematim l(ar. The new appointed are Jo Range 1. east And also. Lot 2, in the Town of YII
Peard to My Sheldon of maTnabh:; L. H. CAll that fractional part of the lar, as per plat in the ofoe of o h1
ea Mdee co e oumbu annh; B. B. southeastt quarter of the southwest Clerk of the Circuit Court o' Alachil
In fhle como- Iumbus, ast 3. 3. .Jewett d quarter of Section 34, Township 9. county, Florida.
a tilt to your lWaranab. Baob is made aide e ea J south. Range 17, east, lying south of The same lying and beo.ing I etiu
1. Johao On. with rank of lieuteant coloanel the J. I 8.OW. railroad, containing 15F, Towndhp 9, south, nSser 14 ct-f.
.30 eTres, by estimation. and being the same lands as contAfn-
Leau. Ie Trust Men Rele d. he southwest quarter and the ed n deeds on pages 291, $3 and I.,t
S.-'rank L. TOldO. O(lo, March 11. I southeast quarter, Bectlo 10, Town. of )Deed Book 4r, Reolrds of Alachua
h0 ftWt0n 00. alboih, InoThin e, e s1 &lnearlBll, thip 10, south, Range 16, east. county, Florida.
he itan VI. B h, in common pleo s ert, s The west half of lot 10, In Block MARnARET M.l BARRda
b. rctlto a orr re s trom ll. 25, Town of Newbery; which said As Guardian of and for Wtam N.
. rl this eltyol Im p. iA. Da d al_ Jera MYIi half of said lot i subject, however, Barry Minor.of


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-$200, 160. 40
0 15 2, M 7. 2,51

'11 9dAILY SUS: VA1N48I4SLIV I&$4]A. MARCH 12, Iwe'8

Wbrltu~ Th, 'f Now it* For,
I6~sDumasn Is th. AutOM o Iae!


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N 1 poe nevue we reason wee wm Vw P take this method of ammtanncii.
dir of Sanctity." The writer my candidacy for rel-ectiMn V :1
a true the moour reported Marshal at the election Aprl 140t,
a of salats and Syst s of these 1Nwr Co Cra a 8. I have endeavored to perform
SCebhrvb whboe bodies water oslp5 atig. pSalaUlJ them oo my duty without fear or fahr, ani
r during moments of ecstay tanieprIat. Kennedy' Lasadve would appreciate the support of,,
peullarly pleasant odorm of Cough Syvmp mov- the bow els, tllOw-ctlUe promisingl th e
kind Tb.. men and wortn Con waimei plo the dutis of te a ee
1110411suhleds dal arge s the future as In the past.Taanking
Ssc legends deal. argues yIou for past support. and soUtciting FO1
MS were nearastheesa. anr d It a your vote at the comtng elOtlon, I
lI agible that the arome o f Vy truly.
Wh Irrwnd thewannedys D BIN T. ARNOW J.j
ot-.t striotl pnyiological e w u* --
b hagea omo" to all I hereby aa4ownoe myself I candid.
in highly luteamsaled date for City Marhal Ino tIh eloct ion
bHeft who. yp to speak to be held on tm e 14th day at April
il111i l7M ra te. He says t c o r r to o the udeote re lr d by te ordi Ulde
nanLes as n a 1 possibly Ma,. and
*6 the we -ve come across a I sol011t theo VOtW of all la-blding
lt of ,artmo-elonamoln o-eo R1esp ll N
i"'L. IIP ,. row To "A Cold or a Conugh, u rlyawy --a-w s
t" va4107. yellow qmber and
SNew. the at al constitu- produo s ostIp8bo-th arall To toe Votwe of OnaInul e -I tIa ik, 4 th
Sq theses well know and m ~ runs~tok* M t140ot r ttiS mo thd 0 auo adag cani6tll i,, tht
produces them daily or com. t pul at d the ql m Vlh e. I have been Cn nt1t work f '
1)01100 We may therefore throghthe I r Liad s. For an offr. protecting you bd yIvur
Sf equivalent cbhemcal e*- x wo ntMuWtlie eW 0bosom0s interests while you wre soeep, Itr
1b fr the ordinary terms we dry and hrd." about three yeas, and ave it to v,
Ipled and amy that orange. as to whether I bar performed 1 aIv
%, violet and musk owe their a Co Syru duty well, d with lpartlalit to-a
rt adeb0ydeo and Kactones, nevl Us by world tbMn t I think I have bten long emouh .at
'ig denied m the lc t tI t h a nllht work to be enttled to a AW 1ii. Ste mers
I N derived from the alco o 01 etoh e ad eopi a d If elwA p promise yo a l Stthrlers
It o the artlbclal oseeae of tion t thU box alimpartial and efficient served Yours ar ap
* oomes from butyril ether. for order, C. L. KITE. ,
Stbhen to ask whether the b P. -,m .... ... -- .
1Y Cn4 produce odorous"a c.* 8aa S MlI l .x.m.. aI
tbe kind w he a mentloned WU7 1.1 )"04 C)-% 1boU
I what 'conditloat. As a'mat. Radt dow
wt, I t do produce a cer W iR. DVER B. MORRIS, ave :
of srck compods i tn the do Leave 9:t
t organic matter, which 1W I Leave 3:4
t endito of life. In par. Y ALL MU IST. ..... DENTIST.... Leave ..
atoas and the volatile fatty .. . .... ,. .._ Due 9::
Ity~, frmlc, aeetiU, c. It e 1
O e combustiona normal all A Cuw4e Gre. Due 10:.
tMitats are burned up. coa-. The most ctarlou form. or, rather. Offce over GalnevilUl National Bank P
ilu d o sad give as a reside expreslon, of grace after meat which Phone 200. -
itoalt s*ed and urea. But let I bave ever come across was that cu.- -- --- H. Hi
htdk ela oueMr In the Inmost tomary at CUfford's ln. one of the H. E MA
Ifet the tlet and the same vanished Inna of chancery. The soel- DI. ALDUMAH & PEAROr ,
I will eecape through the ety consisted of two distinct bodies. L. 8. 8C
lPriInP1 rBand the aska." the principal and rules and the Kenut
aIs mess, each body baring its own ta- D ET I 8't. I I). J
maictl MIRfrom bl. At the conclusion of the diner
"W(the chairman of the Koentlib m ort t
1101 o. the P. Pl- bowing to the principal of the lann Oce over Dutton Co'. Balnk.
tooete. *took from the bands of the servtor Phone 280, GalneavUle, Pa.
3_ Rea ers *sorme small rolls or loavrs o breed _____
i .LStL ottrM of a curious and. without saying a word, dashed
iL s I o rpe. Ty them several tiume on the table, after
Sstrerer" and are of Jap whbic they were taken away. 8Solm T. ELLIS, JR.,
Md not ofglam sn l silerce rellevec l ouly by the thumps
U ltW piolam d on te prevail durlnl thin Unrious substli
11 t ca the 1ck raised tote for a verbal grace.-(or. London ATTORIEYT.A.LW.
elrivptom, mbolyaMcal d Chroncle.
M or pi.ctres Wheno C
Sbrlght beam of light from OAIMTLLNIaa PLO
fm a electric lamp they CR
I*, tight from their polished C
p of the pattern on tbeir d Ch esA reMATH IO Ban T o AXTB R,
A purel optle property ad I Ind Yu U0 A j hui ATTORNESI.0T*LAW,
I"mothig In commonwith HK Ye ft A A T AT-LAw
op telling magic crystals of Bear the
lprg or the allied mae ..SOLICITORS IN OijrCERT.
1aeromaRy. yet It long pot- _ UN
.jletlc optician and even o___
kno wn or believed. The nGLtNVoiL --
ar tario a ctt, e mo0uc s1 luta41to R 1eaMsvi. us1 Al"am o.. rL .
t~hd the fact that the phe- Instinct is the riekt tee for aIl 0" Ins Hsyma Block.
adee to vwy minute difer- those faculties of atod wbc slad to
in the upe Whd ace the uerformaeon of aet that au "DIAIINID MAYZR,
aate that they do st adapt te o usearte bt pmned
n o e tho amrnr witnost meis- f W towledge the re ATTOB" N AT LA W.
Sd that ctam be d. tle between the Uas eme. -
P es mtlal otes. au tahe wn satnal a ..... sesM r O AUl U * els*
eti n M ystery ha to thee acui tha dot aae ad pI
age dmollt I altu ohaeter d Mtt are p- __- wit A. ,rr (
t11he 0 lta11 0 M 4ip011ami 1d M Oe1 A ISM 4S Duad is

m, b othleis ass me tBeam the hel m -ea .tea. .I
ta meds sd aftI ad prebabty u whie.-Iw TeeS ATL I3T A? LAW |

inaus d the D t aMs hw* Ti a e Ibvdo T I
ear de tiMat pm S

1 a C kea wB. aui u

1_eeek IntflL s
wovr~t-koOW6IW JFW 16sA Iara

86W L 42 1 WdK*(I
a sme$" o ONSh- i)e ww
Work. doimy ofpy

of pohnowa m Isb ~P.
as I eslushaof vas

maI~w Teshe s..

pa a powNs. Ivueu oaft HIM.CL
pme Opssmisse, Ar a ta Urt, Aowmd


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acksonvill. and New York,
Falling as OMARLEUION 8. 0.. both *ays.
*nit St"" I in th rntwlm sonic*
New Englhad and Southerii Lines
Freight Sent.. llIp JAOKSOONVILL, IMOl4TON sud
PuwvwIDZ0, MW All lE stnrm Points,
Oalling as Charleston both ways

...Frnm L~ewe' WLWhaf, f e@tat
Fuom Footr of0 Wausb~laon ma.. JWAMoGTI I


Clvde St. Johns Rver Line
BEetVw*n JACKiONVILL rand li4ANWro)n,
i Pllata, Aslor, Breoord ( ou St. Johas River,
tiniltl'd to 1,l n R (iull.Ws: Letve JAerSI VII.LI, deily exceptI
latturdays, at b:8 i, t utrinl, 1*av0 0 AbIuMi, ily
eclIIp Sunids), ast luiOUa. m.

n rr: LE urtw und.
10 p. iu............... Jacks nvillTk ............ Doe 6:00a. m
00 p. an. ................ PalatM ............A... w 10:00p. L
0D a. I .................. Ator ................. .Lave 4:00 p.m.
..... ............. l retrord (DeLand)..........L a I e 1:00 p. .
00 a. in.. ................ anford..............lavs 10:00 a.u.
30 a. m ............... Entertprse. ................. vL 10:10 aL
monger and Ticket Offl*, 122 Wst Bay Strmt, Jaeksellie.
. RAYMOND, Vic-Proesdent and nerol Managerr, .N York.
LYNARD, F. T. M. A. C. iHAGERTY, 0. P. A,
Pier 36, N. R.. Now York. Pier 3t, N. R.. New York.
RO'IL C. A., V. M. IRONMONOWR. A. 0, P. A..
L.Aburg, Prl. Jacksonville, P.
Jacksonville, Fla. Jaebkovilll*. Ft.
C. P. LOVEL, Agent. Jacksonville. PI
Qneral Offle Pier 6, North River. New Yor.

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vIIJEls 0 tNE lugU r

Haa Tabulator
1Y01 Idachine

Ightesl ShirtI Lightet eOslg I The
Ohami ISped WrMsen of he World
gn the Iay b.bol. More fkap*hele
o1 I, stelndle ha l ether *meMhle.

....For Sale by....

DAIIS & CO., Jachnsolll, F




North, Soi0t, East ad Weod

Tis tigh IlIlimarn %rviro on All Trin..

Consult the "Purple Folder"

f'.or detadtu -I maand l t, ral r"44r-
v',ttrojzu, es's your n.,are't TIckot Ag..iat.
ror writo or raiU orn

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w4 by 06 Adr 1Iiri
What Has Hapoeed and What e
Geing te apenTaM la Shet Para
graphs 'e T t He Who Resm May
RMade It In The @ig
Chatauq 'tlokt are on sae at
Ohautauua seaom Utikets are for
sale at Aver'aW.
Mrs. T. W. Pitt ba returned from
a visit to Mooopy.
Fhone 0. & Merchat & Co. for one
of these alo turkeys.
Mln lary Mann" s of Misanopy
was shopping l the city yterday.
Use Plak's Chill Toau te per bob
tie; guarantee Sold hib all drulsta
J. .. rth l t terday. r f or ba
F. havial bees asled on aocott of
the Illame of I utcabh.
A new lot of good, fat chblkens
and a number of turkeys, have uat
been received byl B. Merchant & Co.
Pay your pull taxes on or before
Saturday, March 14, if you destr to
vote In thebo lt election of April 14th.
Dr. Oso. 8. Waldo's aluesvlUle Dent-
al Oflcee have a ehang of advertise
ient a thi issue, to while the at-
teotlon of our readers ladirected.


PbotographI tIodawIs 'an ecooomic
ar.d social neellty In every oeounw.
Itt. It alW.a tWhe *mem r sad
afeetlons.of mel l llf thOrnagc the

557y seasn Chautaseags Us at
W. Avers ams seamo 01autao
Squat tfor mae.
We ea arupply oS with b m
or turker. 0. M. arohat a Co.
aosH tickets for the GOhUmi ua
aro noew e as at M0ller's iw ad.
Labor osotrats for loel at this
oea; se per doses, or _per howa
friends of MUa. Helpn OCeaut w~1
rgret to lea that she la affrtat
from lagrippe.
Whe down towa today t at
Merbchat & o'. and select dohcken
or turkey from the stook just tn.
MM. Mallory ddon of Ocath, atta
a pleasant visit to Dr. and Mrsa J. I
Dell in this city, bha returned to he
Mrs. C. C. Cagle has retuned from
Jacksoville, where she has been on a
pleaat visit to her sister, Mrs. J. .
. K. kouborouah of Windor, rep
renUtaI J. H. MeLaurin. Jaskso
villa. Is in the olt( I the InterAt ao
his house.
A H. Oaste of Webster, N. C., ae-
rived In the city last ni ad win
spond.A few days here as a guest of
his' so.. C. C. Cal.
J. M. Ouinn of Alachin one of the
oldest and moet scoes ul farmers of
the northern section of the county,
was Iretlu his numerous friends Il
OalAeevllol yesterday.
K. L. ulime of Jacksonville, one of
the oost poaultr of the traveling men
who come to Gainevilllejh ben. In
the itty for the'paat two or three days.
Mr. Haile's home i in Hawltbon.
R. B, DIodgett and C B. Mwards,
two well-known cit laes of, Atanta.
a,:, al arrived In the city .ad wiW
Minaa here for the nxt wem ek tor
days. They made Tb'llq fs anr ae
able oIl yetrtl ay.

picture It muake. ad whah weold Te onal M.'rr Wdw bow.
not Bow do without. How a ta a rI whe a to be ad on laro Mhata toI
gat epreed o p al w psr esat made of ats aad point desprt. ror
Otfd g f rqnr s bu Wte th *b* Wmt f patron a photraph of
-- --- Wll m al at ad a m
----I| -U- U-CQz;i,,_ ,.,,, _4.0M
"a rae Sm waWh oe Wr O SI o% -
whom reativetel that a photir l w tk owa ae "smadpl" rte wUl rme
ta a t I reumItomae t mI r iM *1W to arn that he is quite Ut at
oae at alL Doe et p wl b his home la Satasr e. Mr. rtoh to
s weta *4'*e a hdow e am of th odest rwtdena of the
the sIbstmtaA ide* o'outy. being now in his eighty-thir
Ye ear st a pulL ^bIM loes: l yI'
to U0iata at sirMw gM j Mr. and Mrs Oeo. F. Reed left e
S-,terday fer I htb SLpriang. Mr. Reed is
O .t.eetlt. Ledge I W. -seoa.t of th" l hI sprt~g
sas P.O. I.-Keelst lMa ehuretar Company's pla.
4104iakt $A IA Ift b. hba sbo at his bome hre safer
in I1 he Home, yVWlt* .g with larLpe fo th lbi pt low
Sin broitherm s odll tly l
SweWead I. Cves.' Nbo DaWtI r iawlUnal a charmLil
a U D.1. 1. DNm. Ja.. eemar. yo.Mus Ia of Meempha Tea, Ito l

At A=" 5 ~U9ow 6( owu
Oalt, 64 bw -I a -- v
CliMe lduWA llWgC1It qOwly

IIe U y. a se t of r. a ar. T.
it lormy. Uoas been apefldlng
emo t tie la Tamp ad it en frote
bhoe. Mta RawUags is deUhte
iws what eae has M"a of OsOeMl
f ar.
SJu40 Mu 0,rry. a .romtmest eol

mea f atRo Ga. who hais beag I
this atty for the lUst lw we k t
rstrday tor rsamadb. a wh -h
wGem made ams*rerd o to Co
owxr *ar> the m Ua hv" hoa
li d I ltlv"It

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*VW wL. i6 isn ogaesi la
ih at Oreadbi, rhas
to thapoln, after a ir
to his fra bae.
y ou an't tUlk of what you wuat
Sinner. 'phe ,. Me. rhat
OIk Ir ai, t Iiben. A new stock
Sarrtiv d. a taterys.
eIf the sehat e of JvortUsement in
Sity Balry, which appens aIn
S lass. T'rh dgar ood advie
a, O "yaostg dy o who anticilpar
*monb a b irb
: t O:ollu a. 3 H.. aAluards of
Iu w i w t hectyfor a ft
I es a y grabp t ae ofal busiaes.
t Setlets wes formerly Connected
S vthe a *Aer y of orMs he .
OW. city r.. .om teks vwUl be
se at d of Ot I-Vrk J.
Ska r t "ed Sa k tesa tlad
ftro I l. 8 t o a e ,ar .
ben IAto i a 1.. . a.
SwasM NUSe" terribly about
il ~e*, aek mg obhst. I &pplled
9r. Toaou' lSq"te OIL. The pain
-4en sad the oeld sank into a
rntal sleep"-Mr. Nancy M. lan-
se, Hambrg, N. Y .
tinL Carter, soa of Judge and
lya. sd L. Crter, who is attending
0 larw departumt of the Stotson
1lt lrsity. t DeLa d has ben In this
iy for the pa few days visiting
Sparwents and fronds.
The OGlnevWflea ralture Company
ave an alU *Stive gane of adverte-
enat in this lamr, In whid they tell
aur riders what they have to offer
I dinalg-room fturntre. Read the ad-
vertsement and prot thereby.
kin Tillle Cook has returned from
.O, where she hda been for some
She will reoal hare tdeAnlte-
Swith her thaer, Royal Cook, and
wil uasist him In ti store. Miss
Cook's friends are glad to welcome
ber aain.
AddLenal Shert Itme on Pae Two.
biln I

ROOM WANTED-Nicely .furnished j .
room for single gentleman, coven bo'asfisn ha Oa leperliet.
lent to square and moderate rental. The biet equilsat eM eMdeet reta(
P. O. Box 121. the oit. If you weatrtf eooking ba
-. . _.-_ ___-- 000 Wo O KoOWs a hoMaUsiL. ~le
FOR ALL oSl-oUlbrla Sahei rketlC ffords 3Y cul
O IALL. here.
.. .We.do.not PmI s0e0001h09f
FOR SAL---SmithPremler typewriter Webutdomenot har o el o e f:
but somethlar fo Ot I mone.
No. 4, In splendid condition. A $1001 RMBULAB MBALS. Special r.at. byn
machine for $25. Apply Johnson's wee k. Place for ladei. gentlemen .(
drug store. dren. __
FOR SALE-White Leghorn eggs for POR 'RNT.
setting, $1 for 15. A pair of young -
White Wyandottes. $2 for the pair. HOUSE FOR RIWT-Apply t J.
Apply W. L Floyd, 609 E. Main St. Vidal at dlrg store.





Saturday, March 14, and Monday, March 16


We have secured the Exclusive Agenc
Fie Suits to order of MESSRS. WO1
CAGO, ILL, known all over-the Souti
fitting agents and most artistic work
the Umted States. They employ none
- o onl the bt make of foreign and
----andold to you at prices that will

for the lbrated
I to produce 1he best-
of any tailo firm in
but skilled and
domestic ml* -goo&s
appeal to ycu.%-

We Want the Men of Gainesville to 'i w

Tmat you can own a Ifamldronle Tailored Siit nt very little. expces, and we feel
Pure the 6Idies who *s4 liberallv 1txitnmiz uur LIIIES' READY.TO.WEAI:
)EPA TM ENT ill l astim us in makiingt h isi the ;rvatt1% I; eadquarteli in the
South for Men's and Wowneti Fine IteadY-to-Wear 1!4.

Wa L I Wk m of O fim D r"d E W

-M----f In 1t luu Mh k t IM, ch Fdiet l-b-
---of w Sp ri Tibr-p Ever B t to i i

We Cordally Invite You to Inspect the Display ad
Have Your Measure Taken if Pleased.




12, I

Rom o siomAN

Uatbs de~ft& swd klt~

Filst nNM
OAlSTLml, rt, yn P,
----- United States I
Capital Steek Pald I, $100.00
We shall be pleased to have your buxine, ii
assurance of giving you promptA
Fur Per Cm hubt haMkbro
Jam. M. Graam, Prd. o. W.Hyd VrIWs-1
H. E. Taylor, CsOm r. Lee Graha-,
Dirtors-Jm. M. Graham, 0. .W. HYd
BHmaton, Perrj M. Oobmn, H. C. rke'r, 7. 5.
0. D. Wood, H Tar 1

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Church street.



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.W XXVII. NO. 6--)

ain't# 'ille n.

Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday


I 01 m |mt5
0f LR

..I,- l Rler iGiven Warm Wel.
I OC By the Citizens.


!"' so efSalutes by ths Austrian and
I"kiit Warihips in Harbor Marked
31.O ftjesty's Arrival-Barceiona is
.+3y Deoated.
iul 60,4110A, Spain, Wci rc11.- .:-
i~.um.Wbo IftM ad. Mm...i
111110...arrdved In this city niw
,.I-A- lie haci takon up his rk':
4U at th hoeti ot Genera IA it.--,
'Ia3f general of ('ataionill, wn'.,

Wa'"wegiva ai awarm WoA.XOV
Pf tpp1 of th( !Ly. N,).:.
eM ot fany kind umai.m tt., c
4 1bg omjesty.
King Warmly Greeted.
nyal Lrain d-rl-. t A *'l
at I o'clocIk and i's arrivC: A
: y the lzrmi!i z r, i

numl diad Ft itl ti (1 JSII
tie *nad tam 1 V .1e
~c ty in kvr
.I liA ti wi
sEIOn. av~clvn,;-:

ly girtn rei

.~esp t, Mthe hmmm
Squias iiof.
5~lFO fl Of c'1\l ~
iqISwy to the
owelw a to douni k
tg thWbervice ;
tkih r"Ad*U're f -I~:r
WWIc* agjins i ,U ir'
BeUtIes of S r. n E
2kavelona u.'.
hemr of the r )'%,
'The tiers of (vi:
rWo~ trayersoii I>~ :I
hto" witlh bunt1i., v il
noirge With .~
Ma;Ck mrantllia~ few ~'
of Ipain aro fami!nl
Ojwm in P.cifiI'1.ii I
fto'e and bo;m-'fli:
4Milglt and ltftr In t -
amalUss of h! s p -i'
bb Sblick-eyed NiIIV
ith difficulty
~Ut the strict Ir
1e8 ainftt *.' 'wi '
inmaach with floOerp.
As iDposing arran NI
@"aD 1e Ilned t.o
cb% his m1Je0ek "S

Says KIngs Runs %c P
orlesm, Franr#' Nl N "i -
few, "W e of the KIc'
4a" soaed !~ Itb A
mt Min Me s00!o-1.
tarbanO M1 let' -
lar we w"s cendenrl'X '

of Jose NIr
i~:u-+., who bid Mi. *:'
140 threw a
SU M 3Mdrid "n .i' n
.f t le 0 said:
2 kilb ib 5
OM jawd the we":.

#310m tMaUr %.0
tfI 1 :!Yqc.
1kg She mara =

MAMr c es'.".a

ThetricaI P C- -
ow Terk. v
of t*Pwrormnr -

Vl. ~ ~il

veme t wtb ,

ow L# '
1~qsLIr e~*
.Y toulr 61%'



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etvly Tuday ft bUglas sad 0
h'r-'bOtk eal bore UWte ft 16.04
" odentos of tam Lro bag e toe't
Stanton. Oe5 of tb* **ealowi tpolat
wo. to this sectisa. hb"be"s Seeme.
The' own wpm e es'r arIN* ith
g-iismAraedmiere. Asomusheof tbe
trot ..et to the lk"eal abaw d asth
itrwk on r- mhty toje$6" ,USDO
ant kept gard over o pambr.
we liolita, an .sot a wi*o mid

I* seat fi ae"&WSW*
TbH sea w*es to 3 ma. hut a
act knoeU here

o trt S Ateod SeluI.
* cfd; T lsaasaar Mla. MaUS 4 IU-If
Cfv. abe Of (JWgo'* 4:1 016moom e. v
in lg as~tif of the S" asUrn
0 Feaur. mffiiwuy. urf 0
vol; t)eo6end is 'bOe $@so so"be
cF .~a Pwlar in I ISmooants
;,Afto tewt bobyt .a 0l dut
ad tit t m v.4rot his f W the uds
@jitear Asy':1w e-adaumm's beer
w~.-a't & a. 1'- 'I ba Aarme'u

hos~.t'Lgiv:* .pmcSIe
WIDO Zr r404 dI, 110 "Ir ~

r. % I, '

* I a 0 T 4a te w&M 11 --40&
-all.'Yb ?# A t o a PAWa"

r -La f -4 i '1 4" W
*'' !: ef3( nr tuaw ,-s sa .W
rt s aj'rs Sw'~ '.. aLSMIf It.~ WUm
I- I-Ai* b'
an :J64~

&:eUl ossazr *amgseame


SAfter IavensUptll tUhe m. Justleel MaW
Cstma felt tha osly wo 1e the beuys JoI
were atlly guilty. TIhem were v"er I
VmrtI loRal adM r d DINfo, who W H.
werewo Msetly l 4de. Tp Juwtie.,
ated (hat he did 14 bl4ve Utei atl
oers had may Istatei tlesr Igm s a |
Itmsi hrldW~ ad after a W e a *e, '
Ilnid OWNe ryes pymof the o *wf o t
I a
1 m rk esse

S edi biased 3el

ofaft wow Preas so"e rde fUt il

he h.II 0-1 vd" ab S oft
low -w Omad Hted1 101M%
W SewOat is"lsofm"go"b 4
oft ft"" om"fthehahueaw

" 1*U *0p"f I mfy -
TOM "~ 3ewoomy p a U
ei ft*"fvlIa 1e4 0W anW Th
ds.. *Bet Mulr -'- e.~ -W)~no
ftys. 6" us, New owho WOHI)
l*I a frt~ iei w 5rml I* I. hr
babe T olapw a*"e"h ais
'~II heY heM I F~uls u1 toeri th
M". &Msa *s isa
emlr~kY .1a4 I c~ dhbmedI
vl beU~t a L "
,woos.ayl Ss i

g~ds. at


rTIOUS col

Some Reasons Why Such a Law ls 11NHT RIER R 11 faculty and Students WillT Hld Open M
Badly Needed. I I Roue on Marh ti
iliitor Sun I hae notiOceItTd i O The faculty and student of the Uonl
ir .auil ,ai,,.vr the, return f ron: Maskedl Ml Tdm ri a TeW vrnlsty of thie Sat. of( Porda will SITM
t-hinigton otf umr table. Suiipertitiue- i Keitlcy hold "open hous" Om the *v ,I 0
- 'i ,it liItrutiii,,n. r. .1. Kell.' I. March i0, from T:30 to 10:80 o'clock.
.n t- note thl ,.-.p iunter .' "iun tir i r'p rt as mianlfes"ted SIX NEGROES WERE SHOT o ola*, llime c* out and vist HADI
i:, .t .co',I'tilN, N .Io th teS con- -hm. Conveyass will be provided
: r, v ar ll right andl ar.- to be to take all to the Universty. Them
:". 'ur,.,i, lut if hehi ev.ry mouth Rlders Said To HNM Taken Pls will start from the square. At the
i t r thi.v u,,hiil t reach th *1lOn of the Town and a Regular PueI. At the Univerity all the halls, le' II
:' t ,- il anii. ipni.ediinlieit to the lade of Shots Was Fired-Warned tuw-roous and dolrlltort wll be Ove
f Mae loogolui, t with thich w Ple opean to Inspection. vry professor
,i ur tl Ai cellh whtc met. Many Nro t Leve the Pl. will be In his bl cturroom ready to 'Man
S ttittiult to mitI;ke soieit of PI'ducah. Ky., March l---One hbn-, explain the Workings of his depart (ilci
r. r,,. ,.,it aipclre.iate, tI.. drtd mlasked nlitt riders role into the mant. and to exhibit his apparaltu. the Tr
Sr ffT r ) 1, 1 i.1h man, 1 anvI ,i town of iramilnghal, Mari!tall county. Tbhe rofessors of the Sarit'rtient A d4
;., l-n ii.le-t mad plr.' lte Monday ulght, shot six lnemare. tation will also be on hand to 11tol env
,, ,'.i i: ,IIIr .ch.Ils. ome of them., It Is btll,,ved fatally, of their work. Convoeyancw will bI tweet
Si11 .un( s a id whippel rive others.. ready to tao ke vlltors to the Ireen the sta
I. I Tho rleors took los.t-liak) of the holse. This will be brilliantly lUumlt The
i1 '.. town antl shot lath t veF) >negro cablla 'lted for tue ocrilohm, and will doubt and th
', ,t. In tio place. I tes be very pretty. M.peclally If the ItlA,
SI I1 lu one of thtes Mbitnr Jhn cBruanl orchids are still Il blNnmm. lrty.
III,"" "" t hi, fe kawl r- re ctitren *Bd r, Tho swlnmlins-pool. which hi re forty
S" 'n .t"I.l gKrand dau-hter were struck b bby l colly benu put In gIwi shape for the fOolht
-AIcr t I 1 p .c to1 los.ta warmn atonth., will also be lllunltatedt.. HI l
S" .' r or others is probably fdittany shot. I bthe workshops samlues of the prlton.
S. -r' ill e n lro ht rdsleo l kbea of e he work of the students will be on exhl. I
\ % ill nir aeo to the boaks of the Tensew rua U0
r h,,Sr riverr whOere I'11pd them. bition ud souvtllra aide by thi al t
,I After warnil about twenty-lve stud idt will be gitvn to the ladlN. Ioal
otel.r neroes to leave the I|la'e. the Th r Imunds will be brightly Illiul An
masked nmen r md awy. Iatedl. In the chapel the Universtly r le o
S The raid Inilowe6d Ia rniln of two brat hand. tih glee I club tnd the or U y fi
week ag4o t all aerooan to Ilave DirU 'h"r-sta l wl probably Itake their firnt
Sr Ilusgam. I i 'lttn.
iOUr D .. i .Ihht refrrehhmnntmi ll Io n.,rtted
'I" FOUND DYW IN ROAD. Thi. fhrnlllorios will be open with New
calt r omrt-rN uso each floor to seirv Johs,
B lived kennot Wa Attacked by the a% guarr. The tudentli will b ru (thlr frie ld,
ilg t 1 rrdol'. roorticn. 1d will h, delighted to have of he
,' NFhvIlle. Tenn., March It.-A 4 `1 their (rih call. ho
in patch to tho e I1Danw1 from Ctlarlvilll t c Thoe
I h.y Ten.. says: JUl TICE COLMAN'3 COURT l
tIut Near Woodford, abolt 1 miles fo UTI COMAN3 OUT l J
t, thl city. Tuesday ,mnlng. Browa. a-om, J
i,,. Ilenett. a young man, twM om ofrn *Pe Yieng Negreo l oy Arftraigrted O
.,ll, osesellte tobwac pri.sr was foand In Upon Charge if Mailteles MJehlef. !nd
,h the public :osd in a dytng condItion. Thle .od wh.wls of Julrsti were, it
t wilth ul't hoit throult h it hlrd. about Ut beoulsw rusty In Jutllci Colt trtatn
S Near bhons..wit ewre two lded IburseM an'e court. It has bm0t1 u lual dln at a b
S and thrre empty *botgoas. they lhaLv bee t t in mou(tio, but tpm1ol
SIt is ble't*,4 Ithe mninew mas h1ad there *Mm at a hiiel Tuesday, *Iw I Theblm
t n atlarked by alnht rters. Ive IeerWn ho)* weor bruughl refore* I lll
;' 1 here l Iw reit mystery Hsurmsroin the Jistlo uion a rharsl of m allk Kincak
It : u fa lr. iad an I*tin LUlID 1 t clo uI Ics.phik, pre.ferr..d >b J t, rP rt"
,*** ,I MAy. )
,NIGHT RIllDR AID. The Warnee of the lIye swere' VelrNnws (1rl
SliHll. r Id IDllu.M, James I.wIte) Tlnu, Klnrali
t Visit Sreekvll. Ky.-Oeetroy 16,000 Inlrlar Utd e Jolner Th'y war tie MI
PeunIe Tebeo. harserd by it pruseliut)se itiessin .
r ;itil..,e Ky. Marieb l1.-nfty with rubbing his nmert of e0gg. there any I
,rw ntr, albiht ri4r Wme Iito tlownr by pre"rlt td lls b sm fmrom (la. 1 .

AN" wsft vido
ofi n abutemW.
184ot Put dghwo of Owe sic W
*Wwwwo o~iw ef th hts ad
- atai that he i sw--

puton Oseli Ut em~eensl
sawm a ORONO of u
~Ie4 Usr IsI Is,.

W" ld uow owu bsuq a "*# W
biwo-A 0 4"4 04 of 4' too* so

Loo a Pbw eWs,
rt"& of aw "to crlwq ~
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Stat Reftrmatory at PoetIna,
Prf f Well Planned Ptt to
run Quarde Was Oievuered.
y Injured In Pight.
Igo. March 1t-A dlpaMI to
tbUAe fno Peaotac. Ill., May:
riparmte rueb s TOO s70 att
a fto the wall whblot tasi be
them tnd liberty, too pies at
Ite reormatory Moaody.
upards put up a ettbborm olt
e rlaMlederts all OMtoo Wege
were b~ ISd Into Iba top '*f ,
Thwore, or amrW platbUMi
fet from the malsu oor, the
until Su ly quedled.
a men guards and tas
lee were tlejuril % the Ikt.
f of a Vsll-plamom plot to
o luardo and galn their Imf 1
te overed by the lnalltutisg'

nrort will he made to M sl t I
itmr rinalwetader, s*d plot
irther planM tres materramllla

wrry, March )0 v -lMi Nis '
In i tertalnad 'a few of
SML(ndr eveninall t the hom.'
r sister, I l'. I). Rotid"
present were Misses ASI
1. Iul Vaus. Antba OGroMl A
ohanom; eMosnr. aubt ldle ,' d
ifhn Miller. C A. Nea and W.
apmnan. They all report a

SNl MIls Marar MolaMd I.
ed ber numeormu\ItI fr iss &
,irth ay party last Tuesda ty
n. The lltleo tIlMb presst wo
a RiddliIn, *.lel s lantd. 0&i
RMidling,. Ijvy otdal ,jy
I ud Inslt Kiwa t: PYOm
s, Jr. m Tumwas Roltld, PRAo
ewpe RiddlUsI. Neltsn Whte
lay. 'rok White an T 'Ilha
I, ItI 4 u"l to d mthl
Is peInt a very piasLit ltdo'
nd wishe4 little Mise MalWt m
happy r metur of ith day.
to r. sod Mlr. Ler Liovl 1.
TI1. a i .t & buy.
MIUMa pet suadry t JeaMae.
mest of relMtves.
sa MrN. T. H 4daul sm. .
sAer s felw i til vs11t to MS
at Mineaopv. .
lo WOtlwtr ud 1UW *;
MAMea --Ow se"Iu Heo of*

L* Whaler iof Dessi m a
hwe lMe y. r.emwrhs U as


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ila ll, + g t, i;. [
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ted ftmaotae- of 0i10 ,f
POM0o6la 1Tusaay.


Shos 1*5 Stngth'kpI. setlrln A.tA

a of t strong @,pepdtie by
eofso lf Tan'~ge'ea
tIpm As.Ms~ warrad, it
,low Vaw ma #tes ad 6 f7ca Itber

ofle thaUtnit ed 3. ?W of
m~d hi elt oliam ofrrei th ml

'3 Ou "dt, sa that ote Op"o uoo o

9(the loth.)v
'I'h~la ~Caamswema sooree~ce asotbl0(er,

-'k-lr theState Ropublioue or-
an goes a, @11ebas* /t'
strenth #of the Rooseveft-Tolt Ifee
May be catiawfa r&oS..
Mr o Iibsoi Is toa ge lumber

WeInt13 Pesac0 olaOwhoretheba
am no* eltimses

~ se~arof, asooblsby spin
$~iptaiN wader the 9 o Af
jRatE tad i the oi wou be bas
)*Nitio ,thws beeoso ebeAP4 I
Ow be oa n idate. attWr e

1':'p.l bCIbb wire.7L
r~eei be b( 04c Ceomb~ Md

LzIh M~aohusstte ea~t~l, but evi
k lutly fes Iwbilbat that lbouwas
qk, k wsoet' In Washington
J MIN k t o lo be ojpmtnk*
POW srii m4s be and trougWOUt
Ith I mmmsmam t l- II) 15~01

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DR t iLLY PLXAft,,.,
Asheels of the West Bad Are Pre
Shde4 6lry Welltetene peng and DOn 4la Work,
S A eitgthtflt Prgram. Dr. J. 4I K(ele, peimtend t of
Tuesday' Daily Sn: bli o Instructl sn of A ty.
Q To otendce at th Chautauqua hblar d rMpo the W Mto
t Moday was a little better than bDd, where e ba s te a an aO
IMl, atd those present thoroubly oial visit tor the pait the or fow
$4oy" the exercises a ot the day. days.
ITh eIeroieqs bten at 9: 0 o'dioek Dr. Kelley eels very much pratld
AI the mMortni with the usual BtbntMt thl o ttido In whlAleb be
Oiw by Dr. Grow Alexander, followed tllbse sooe vslited. The techr
S.the eScbool of hbylsil Nducatia ~ rtaiM ie *OIl wm l lfatst
by Prof. and hir. C. Rukler Adam. aI deep Interet, rt WIoe .lt. s e
SAt I6'lol Ito the afternoon th re ? thef It working t aod it
' as m hour of atlMaeousr reading bwmau This a maNS ue W
l Mr. Mdaudi eL steve of fr fot th sobol ad thp pui, a bot
IPMtOdeipha, assi by tiu ds r nse ar Pwerest toush t" 11M ow-
Wt* dIe otlst. a nd a fiese ot o plO /
1a the eveitag Dr. oLma of Chi *
deliO ew an testlg nd In- t
tVuO tmtre ea = as Takho o. Toa. Si M, 1 i . Ylreh it.
of M the ig treeI. h'leh wai ooM tIT hi.. iVwM: nV 0 a0v
aIte lr i ta se- r of tn st r e I was treaii w th r w
,ept lo Twr, ibadow tM VM hi Meav o w
.. i.... .a&o -MiiAlaI ad werry. I _M f

Te Ts *d promf at a tho Cke ad Mtoeab.aMs w* l rtewy. I wt
StwaM I a fun l Itu of lameteof i AreeM of tO k et otl M vWs 44
etate. begtami at *: 3 o'clock ti me e \os sd I was p ot
S minntg with the wsual Bible l)os go. S trs O I. Plers I ur *
tWen by Dr. Qrons Aleisadr- was eommtt sa the
At lo:8 Prof. ad Mrs. 0. Rukewr w m ePSt n t. ad 1--W
SM ae west thmarh their sebool o th es Nb ott I Was
SPhyratl Dincaim, whel b prop d o sere* W a tle M 1W r' t .
.61a4t egest to tkse pront W, MeOtbs aon O
-I tLhe afteronc at I o'lock. Dr.
*A. W. lamar. Nmutk, Tens.. o met tt
:I the oaet brlllant orators Is the Fro Tieev sa DIt *W)
oSeth. deUverd a Sie lecture, the T he east iMughr tof Mr. a MIr
sabMet of wbich was "Old TIme In C. P. Goodm a aed aMwa sfty
Mtals" Dr. LIamar ro MiIt tetA t"ae t as l be
eloest attent onf .ta te A d osd y nasi el3. T. J. MNaEa ItO
at the conelutloav of bla rmark tM Ftrt Mthelart surn kothe t the
address was coaceodd to be ons o( Mferrtoa rtIe ofk the lwF
the bot fever d11vorevd in the Taber- Ieta ra tws deeply as &to

Thc" Aas a grand doblo "our-
tUbmeat in ithe volng, Waid 0B0
tamftuf Walckan. &nd the OttArbe.Mi
male Qjmatt-Iti andt Ilani-el*l ularsI
hung Sthe' attraettoi~v. 80th wvre
good Is thq.r t.'.'jcctIhe OGWlomI.
ad thoso v r,. tit *v.v. woll pkwem
wit th e -is ei vi e..t'rtarnutast.

We are pifes'.A Itanwumuse*that
Tly Iosey la i ur Cutiltcouh
FWtuy's Hor 61141 11%r10 fW o00"bok
rolIs ad lung t l'wo hb. Iv ta nt aetad
by the NatlimW Purv t and mIbte
law as It saws b q' b I tctcpr obHe
buharmfl Ga4uss sad '* r 01wro It
M ftg nMON tar hi)Grea at
I4'l .

tbw srrow.

A cIvS ve eumktoo l stw tw
"alwo mall ariewas c"J"2w edIN t
d blasftuf bythe lotu0 secrtar.
IL ftst HrOWI .u3L-- JIT
There wa's .v. appsiLee %Ual
ot whom re wwte Ti le tesOw
ntuatl em reomtd tib rso

MYt chili we buiesiro livy ae
the S-a-a MAd et L- Ie
ta Tb' 3S5 O th


IA 1*pf ataur oeL tih would-be
robb l lisi fat soM o, windows
or o9ts we broke, .Ate struier
lsvIqti Isl oadmittesa* and xit in,
imB trtiMu mase. e
Tes" Io ochi to the would-se
robbt. t
a to th it I
As my termof offloe as a member
of the Bsart of Public 'Works will s-
pie, tk*ln of June, uG4 e lec-
tio to*to be hldaext m lth tof
i1) -i vMauMy, mdi as I have boee
*rgd biy a number of the Mciiuns a4
pmpiety ower to aeopt the oloe
slgtki 1 take this opportlty to a-
nboaoe 'that 1 enot agtrn aept
thooSe o t ha been a art osd i
rtft* for as to hve performed the
40fte a a itmbetof the Board of
Publis Works'for te past two years
wa I f l that sami one else shoal
aow mae te marftemW and take my'

I tfo nr arM e mrqt ol a
(rissesttady k ass >be a9t **suet
4 at am pblite sebtho si M at
r e et VO fSor as t the dtple

I e eM set mi o to
tat m i fe t aM s t 19 1W
6e toeornyft mw.. vba teva
twenM y w. W. aUMrroN.

A, Im lam b I of a m wIC.

ame eh drat y bampI--
w aMM it 'we-' re y& A14
laowsg no b oese s v Wetps

Thbeaenthe t a eh them
*04 Caji soatU OWI

ar uab AS w temPg d SdeIt

I by bum

WIS 4* f to 00 rlOka
va ft" no.At. p o T & Tax
Clow, r aa ft MA"On
ove w M4M to 44Wtoaw troe -
)Y1^^^^^^^ f^^ cbuK^^ ^^jY k t&B ^
TUB~ Mtt k oyi tt f w /-
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Iw1'A !MOM*,esMM be'
SIL amw
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ei th t 4 s 44l atuls.

14'Udo s4 Vow

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ofR i ,ikam Open-
Avoh~irii~ s~d Mrs IjPUe

CHestef. 0, C. tb whmom
"o fris od is e Ieuded.
IOW*was aled Ofthe
to GaisevI.S udafy
se u ymprins train
wb i Imsedr~l jlwas

Sw~rgft ,Smft tlCAW Ore end
A ~ FdruYhj

I, ed~b.1Itng the fact that there
was ee~54psble I.thesae
d" 4not sue.
l@ fed 'p SWSaaY 4ith s"Y Of It,
w W"bis fr teted t before they
jltthe epsth ity.. to make full in-
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Takb A lawe-at the
U Pou n thrat Isanything In Oold D"S'pm,

Yunay vag4s anur last et thio it's $t t@ M&k W I
sad esetrol n Ie Ijtbea ny of the ldlu .ot d =A mal

bted Cidet~t r rad otlae p u r dopu ka r'U Aiv =m
newdrink, JACK FJIAOST It's a dandy-bi W the r iupi
4Ordemby mail or Solbphone will resve prom,
at Fla"or daTrlspboe-Woag-fdlaane. Su
F. ~"vt S.D26 luhFIm. Fu" WVIm~

YOU AME s vi

To Visit Our Stqre and Inspect Our
Lir of Goods, Consisting of......

We om you Polite Attention
and Lowet Priom ............... '


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ammY&Ug -imequesrea
ksue Proclaomatiou.

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of Three Councilmen,
SdOvers-Little Interest
"Campaign, Except Be-
e for Marshal.
Daily Sun:
of the City Coun-
day, being called for
equesting the Mayor
atUon calling a mu.
on the second Tuesday
the purpose of electing
Including four alder.
ssulng. year.
wa attended by every
council with the ex-
rman Wittstock, who
on account of business.
to be little interest in
municipal campaign
I~srt, with the exception
Ship. There being
ta for marshal, all good
t in the political pot
ning to sinner, and
laotion there is likely to
friendly contest.
a for the alderannaii
e yet been made with
of J. A. Goodwin. tth,
S of whose candidacy
as a jest, but which
serious l)roportions. Mr.
nds are anxious for iiim
Sroe in earnest, nndl muant
,people of the city ha\,
Their support. .Mr. (;(oi1
to look Iluol, thte I1n:tt
br himself, beir-, ir',m lwlI
requests of frietivi, ail
i a candidate iin airni.-t
g of mayor seeIns to I'-
>, as there is no partivi,
Swho cares to ast.su1Ii' th '
of of rillevin Ma yr
f the responsibl)el duthls'
aa so faithfully ianld tlth
r with credit to hilmstlf

k- lh.trls aN. alne ArrairanAr

, '

*,HU ItCIUcaw lab fat.
r the difnate the fatter
"i 'cCAuO Cfat I htatf the
bI ind licit is life.
The finest fatWhat rows naw

SScottl Emulsion
It 6s the Norwgim Cod Llv
Oil. Scorers MULLSbOd b
full of at M nouhwmw g It
has a pfwf in I OW
vigor ad ew kakw I 1U0o
who af iv oin couwumpboa
and odter wasti" s dab

Al b D asU.ad


Strong Appeal from One Deeply In-
terested in Its Welfare.
Eilitiir Sul': Pi'ea4 allow me space
to -'1 .V ft-eW v uordl. ii ll )eia of the
()ddI I"I'.li10 s Sallitai min ()r the Alach-
V ll()sll it ~~, ltt l Asscx wiatioll,
ii v '\ .r. IIui Nsurprised :Iaswell

-- hiig alti'ftuili .1 dear friend

(411M ii :t4 11 f,irinal'vint hatthget

I ;lIu., t lt,4 1 i' tfl I tit h. a1 br14
ft4 ode wl .''.Ii t %I ll t\1.tot* i'o't
S t1 31,- 1 f.a a lot 1111 K

N 14 It ri, a wl at t Ik. t.)99 pi ay'
1 1 i il \ r. ri; \ 1~ I v.I I t r. 114- 1eve

I' *- 9'!,i, 91. '.1 9119

-9~) 1~ t\ 9.Ii 9
I -

linorderly Conduct. I it I
LaY's D)aily Sun. IeIt I .1 "
6 of jUsti('e' w'ere ".1 ttoi I
the usual Monday ~$'siin \Ij,, s.v J,,1
$ pala court. tt%, offend. ir 'e n.t I, t

ise offent.'r-i l tlo O tI 'il, i.j V ,I 9 i i '' '
4ie of Jesseb J wIIa I i-i \d Ii
4w not lhav. t 04 1 J1,11, i t .i'i 9 i 9

i conduct in' hoi"mIw i-ll \ 9
lovght ottow r,,9 i t i II '
01disorderly, atndlh.i%--a-i..'
;d Coot~s. 9'91i 9 a

po A L l*u IJ l '1 "ai l, *.i
l dlorderly condlitl t l
to of,15 and (o-t-

bN to Grand Lodge, K.
Left Tuesday.
I 'O s Dally:
SOf Pytbians. Cr4im
SChancellor 1.011- '
C~laCshman. ('o I' t or

t i tlt Ofl.

.' do

'11t'v of
N! And
I1 ill Its
i lil t%% tw

.ii d or

1H Pruchh
.1 ,uth.


I ( k'9it k 1*1

Ho*5r This!
Wc' tf..r I ':,o- hundred lkillar. Fte.
A art for at..% caw ,', 'Catarrh that can-
wi'it lp," 'itr-I t hali Ialarrh (Cure

th\.f wt... Itd*.lret.ixtied have knows
1- 1')'t.i Iftr the WLit I),cPan. ad
..ti htu, peIrf!.ctly honorabl In all
LttlItt'c- tr.atik llittu oand 15amoia

trs and Ft I'. 1 '\" / ott rri o( A1,Ut u ,tIZAl4lm e MA&
I dr St. A'rtmrriitl K. ti. truii
paI attend thek k1.UI ;KlN' A MARVl'INi.
SLdge of the Knights \1prlrlJ lIr t. Tuledo O0
f" will be he-ld iii ,4 Atai cr e, is t. A D Irdera*
Jhra dAY1. INoIfII"'t ; a .i9t:iall diret ?t) u;31 Ih" tlci ad
111 Ui' 'It .rfh''( .f t' "( .it. r'uI Tesi.
_ i were &cC-Iui:I;''? .. r.4pe

1Ewro W-.---
p p. Mortris. P~rlirlr W"
Ithe W pythiau 4til r.
m t that lrat' ll. 'th-

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wI'h o No~ Ht Move.

9, ; *t tb *. k.4 u 1A t .

9 9 ,,9..r~ u I tha

9i991 iC &5' hS

r. CIW 94 Ses.YO

Aa* Ge .IL 9 "I 1 9
.i~i.I &:~ 'Jr~u tAfzl a.d ll
SI' .t *jl Itr.i "4 !ae Ia
0044 A 'A
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SAPRIL 14 Cuba Eats Fruit
New York eats m4t Cn ada
s;n.C t .n.. o.- n,,k a ...a ..

L eRI I fm E Ow.&& a


have ago"
,lab. for kbw

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Mt. ,m ulnel Imtere a '*' in
w1 efl Thk rii : lrthday.
From Unday's Bl b a: .
The bhome of Mr/"M4 Mr W.
McDonald. 6(M fast Charvh street,
i wa the scue of happy occas lon
Sa turday aternoona frl 3 to & o'clock
the occasion being the amilversary of
the thirteenth birthday of their charm.
Ing little daughter. MiRl Ruth.
About thirty of Mi1s guth'a fsrinds
were present, and the iteruoo wa
paussd ta a most Wa.j ble amauirw,
games appropriate to e occaso
being thdulgedL n. O e t the met
alitsing features of the aftmoa om
was a peauti-rbbbln eatest, Tfl e
wasu -artclpated In 1 by al. ./1s
Moselle lurkhbn had the dil asMot
of winning the frt prftm A T of
Huyler's, while the "Ooby." a big
stick 6f candy, thll toI lot of 84
laod Pay.
Delicious refresalimts of of th
ineuchua candle and fruit le bp
were served. Mkis MielM BrltarhI
presldlng at the pese .ll. Thed d-
ing-room was trte detort
with fetmr and viq .
Misses Daughtren ei*al tetlly
and Ida McDonlI4 *au8 In i mt
talning the you lgusfs and tI am
the afternoon Wa w as belioht*lly
wpent. At a late ho r guests 4
parted. wishingla theWtt ,* *er 14. P ad
hostesu many happy i of the
day. qll i, of V l t
'- ... Phone Ohnle to Aiuditt

Refweed a Plattet 0 WeI

From Tueedsay't.aW y
Frlenft o IRev, aL B.411r11. o1r "m M;. "
of the r7t1Baptl*t 9 d h in
city, will be O^UWN 'm L th)
has refseae as very a t a # _i
the Hap"tit eCuhre ef l tota, W
which was teadere m m~ a M
larger i iar thas be 1. reamt Feb. 14th O dE t w
hero. Dec. 3 9r deplt won
The fat that Dr. d* dcde -to .
renana Whe l s MOri ot Nyn K! sa wi
by the ge.ber # L. 0 t
butbyu A LrtbUfo i$ d _____
nation. a Dr. "W Dr. A i
tathfIu sad6 s ast 3 not 1t /
for his bt Iwtw, -t ta p4 Vle%
In all dity wor b be tW
leader, au I a beMe Y by

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117. J ell ,k~'.Bkrl
A i SQ."~rt~i~d.i~l

Ima kern t~uile-D) ?* 46;

Sw~ i- nhhls tidat. far tbi

3* aa Lacw'nt
.,e diea i..#a~

btat hiS aur

tMi.)wS ~jrsde him oyal td ID t
1 4 R.bert JaCI nG at b.i I.
bdm ed.ti, who~ bu bo uu re-

4ha belab noo~to be tftd Lmtyb t@ ~

r!~'L Oh~9 str tmals I n tho d~ry Itue Nho u~t
Jls~. 3tstoerterve
be ImIf ai eotao malo it

It meluolb -iU uW~t orT SRI Nad th 1

u a .gk.,)td makes, sad w yrIi* we~ couldlh
4Wo t o e I cdidat
14 1, WHk uL Scr ettmae tu ed

4 I hett'~r. lb .Ssrs beeo knd ksa. the ooaa
rnomme at~s *. deathno slube Itselfi
~i~~19 balMI nr~ ao r reuectfliy mw

1:at hau neS mt grmttae crt art to pla
At, W, 9-dw ii ui-j'r, f

jli.9rrmy ability
aA 43bJ5 St lh fui e.

$*~~h tutu,.unv
A :Ge~mDMIII4.

~oa~rI~t'~t a ~rI dQI beav er toa give th
~iihqsnw wn
( usg.l~ b Am ts baV lo
i, ~i': a~rr ) co tnd soc c0
4v %`ft 4

;:~w~ u n nr+rc~k ri~-Kr r. rT 779,J~~~:

U~o ~LYIIb4. t~mm
OA r Jr. : ;_7Moti j IO
ilk Itio mrctal~nu

00 di I ri 7, -Wad IUOEN o C~d tI s

111~.11LPPdft 84 ALo
~J~p ~oft sit *mme ibe sba ~ ~ rc

ran as a 00t '1o t m UK"
16-A- il

1~IA lit~~~S--~

Y ~n ,54~ fil rbr arll rrArr2k

;1 ~ to b Iat -w.-L -.'k .A U.t V.
AM~t b~uweawI 3LI '~".1V ~

umIi. d for Coadty
Vo IW,~Ylw ~&M r brft ft L It

tio Icfk to tanbe*a

at eemtVmWg t t____ P05 M5$*IN team= a
Sm sem miw u a e I *V N h s .*a s U mrm c u da to, It&..Ieg
S l. @1 th4 deam at -m p t Rw pope*Callmo pew e t hm an i P e t h
T~oovicted T). aU01 0o FwoIot35L ~ M v.A0 t ft

r iwUibaltt wb Stolto, Wt b IbM Rho~J~ AeeFl. silt 3* IUb end~ ~SOsl uir rt yrr~tcrt~ _S
I ia. a.r bees ewhmdai w fag

abeaM of 60m600eses v m p1 buif fwx 00 wootlowAof th
sldblmsbeb IIat?.' Y via

Not it eftwe M" to OW Mr. ROMM" bub to too Vrla Ur I t Wrrt

a"%" tw No slrw ft* %A ft sni

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W. T. McCook of Wa\ .
SFP. MaCook of Ja( ki
"ttyed In the, citi.
pWiesed here on ('acouiit
lUness of the Me.r..s.r.
?, Mrs. C. F. (;oodlailai
* patient will :,n li ,e

MW of LaCrosse. ont
M NIful farmers of
| of the county, v
t ay and renewed
b The Sun. He says
'!aNlo without The S
4 Interested in the .
itaty should be a s

Gerry, a prominent
'GOa., who has been
the past few weeks,
iernandina, from wh
proceed to his ho
00ade a recent visit to
lint time he has visl
M forty years. He dec
looked so different" at
Uat time.
a of Trenton %was
ay on business. \V
K The Sun an apprecia
g his subscription
the subscription of
of his town. Mr. V
that Trenton is still hb
the old town is desti
l'le metropolis of the \W
the buildings now Ih
Trenton Is the hands
of. Dr. 0. 8. Clyatt, wh
of the most modern
when completed.


I Method for Treating
Prove Unsuccessful.
:itatistlc that show an
,estarrh have shaken c(
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Will Exhibit at Gainesville on Thurm-
day. March 19th.
No te nt,d imauser .t enterprise on
earth ha,. mict with such continuous
prals, ,,,,i .jiImaus as has the Great
Van A!, ti rg Sh, ws. An ovation
greet- 'n el,ea and b"Aitiful organl-
zatl ii ,' e, . l)init in its annual

o Fromi thi (cold waters of Hudson
1the 0 ay.v the Rio Grande and Paclflc
the shore. t,.e iame of Van Amburg to
was a homh-hiold word and the coming of
his (he crat shows that bear his name
h e Is grveted always with a hearty wel.

P'rmn the genesiA of the show until
4ub- Its Iresent colossal perfecUon there
ha; !,,it been a solitary season in
citi- wvln h it has riot l-d its fellows in the
i i in:ltiplit ity and general excellence of
left its a;ttiractions, and now it towers
iich a;ibo ,, d dtitrfs aind all other tented
me. t'e tii!l.ois illn coninlarative Insiguafl-
Ce- anco.ii and this season it presents such
Cited iani iiuliicle of sterling and neritor-
lar- imi. attractions as to entitle It to be
the dol,'- iate! d 11 as vast Antmusemntt iol-
qdii i i whose w onderoils wealth of en-
in t''t;iii t is lliiilited a i m linmeas-
11hil, ura.. The Van Anlhurg Show hat
cited ilw. as be''n the be.st anld biggest, al-
ti wai.s ii tlhe ilan, always prolific in
two la'tihin iiand sensationally features., and
111-. ahlwy as fully 'equipped with the finest
ild staldr i lorset.s anil the t iio.t skillful
ned a; in ishid ail h -breiak riders, gymninasts
,tt l nlt ariliats in tthe profession. The
teill sihw has :i larrge,'. wellorderedt and
o111 w'.ll *I hctid i i lgenaigre, containling
which living. \vi'orouns slpeciniens of all that
in t. strange,', rare and curious within the
r';in>e of natural history. and this Roy-
al Roman Hip lodronie is a realistic r.
lirodluction (if that of the days of the
Imperial Caesar.
Ca- It imay I'e ilitl li however, that to
thi,-e always prominent and desirable
attraction has b'e'in added. for the
c'llrrolt i -ao i, litally v features so itu
poliliilos inn manliltilde. so overpower-

wtae usual irescrilitioUi tg in ,,iunr,'ce'd.ntv.d grandeur and Im.
human health from tht. ra' t lir. t',a ,,' arid so ,l4iirnois In the
disease. iii*nse ine'.ssary to this productions,
,timitach dosing was pron t features ni,,tione.d. grand
It was natural to look flr tand th,, ,i..,il 'i.. i t.,r can at best
I! treatment, lnd l it is le'- a t s.,hl iart
ipt In Hyoniel an ab-iolti t fr t t i. date. Thursday,
rpll catarrhal troubles has ;at 1,ri h 1hi
found. Inhaled with the air
te, its healing mnedicatiin
ryart f t ii DEATH OF DR. PEPPER.
soothes the irritated .... ..
ne so0 that relief is almnot Old and Well.Known Methodist Mild*
,ilse lasting cure is practical te Paed Awa) Monday.
'to follow. F'ron Tuesday' lItily Sun-
^!oplete HIl)omnl ouflit co-ts It w"s with ii feeling ,1 f d.ep Sor
K K Is sold by .1 W. IMeC('llnili r,,,v tllt air I"'; 1 l'-arned of the
O IUO an absolute agreement to ,ieath of KI 1. I I'- -.i'e'r, lwhit
money if it do's not gj'e urretl t the, h.ri.- if hlii son. W.
.: ,1 1 I'i..,,,.j r M. ',*i ;i a'lt .r m1i11n.

,The Sun

I rI e [ i.. 1 I% i t ifa t. l %' O f P h il *-
n oice when you !d-lp'hi. 1A .it. t. 'e t, t ie )oars of
e printing line. 'a ,' I* wasI a ."1ethIodlt mlnlstr' of

~fti'Srh dfOld Whluh
by all pbyMItADS OfVaadin-wI" a be

416 s ealed wkh hea"Mm"W
iniUh~k ifwhitiey ,'.ju each uilt.

*, vAn F m FITmSw"'
SCHAIL 9LUM Co. a~ e
lIIogo$ LD&CO..4:'~.Pa

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Is to hum as to the relative standing and iiyo b
war oL 4icAlmagenits.tias the most 9W .wd yal~eaft te Mb'
the URQl'ui qaalty and perfect purity of f""16
known to'*bsicianws and the Well.Intolveld ,.klita
Co., by. NOW of Its Qw act methods and p~st ut
Oita peabdv*bas attained twtie hghstbagis

appes! to b. WONtIwkwiIn aiwy WWII of IhWOW swsqsJt 0nm
omsanimd. l"ion *No-n we Ilm 0
b with fwi
Hyingwith all ~whfsmImlis
of rthatmidnoofiiitNebeeMA& to*oft
tof thcattusof sad dw i of .e.Ihwaff gefav
as in mewwiniQsu a pew4~ yfr~u

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TfEy Came Vra I Uv k h wIon

40 I s m w Sk -I
Isad Mrs. M, saa sm ad
umI It V ONt

UWMs b-ft bW~~sbWt
wo or orwwy IYpLalaw oil* an tob
be d~w I& be IA I owl is ', I bo r so" i -

NO W Okm" stOsi SI

tj~J~JP~i~i='F~=J rDNA% o n be"& V IS MI 2uIw
so ago" vumm to oft u
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604h mssvIk upeal ftw AVON"

Yk @s. ~ ind~w i rIPo o ~.~'. P~l

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AJ ood, March l .-Mises L la

aoiuvBle with a visit ridayr and

oPst of Iaa-Tle spMent
SilW*r with eis fther, W. T. Cbes-

G. T. Brtry spiet 8qday with
flitad tn OGanesiele.
'TI AreedIn o neekol, under the dl-
rMeti ot Mri et' Plrlaer a prin.
eltL is' Ittg sales ntooly. There
a. %Igaifem pepO tel6d, and all
ni to uklffeet a deep interest in
ate seboo and thmrCWaIrk.
'T. C. BlIlU wOtt to Rocly Point
hdays, spending the eventin with

Te rangers are busy now making
aLt setaad. uw the oor and cotton
e irwa h rB p s to be large.
'ArtedonAo Ins tersW ahead. Among
other glrotvemits eontuemplted it
a aw Ot att. o wiON be provided
wtth a va altagooa and other con.

A ever cold that may develop into
lesmealM over nwigt an be cared
qetdkl by taking roleys Honey and
Tea It vwt ore the mot obstinate
rMckin eough and strengthm your
h" J The onaulneo ain a yellow
p*age, J. W MeCollum & Co.

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t LAWS Or *aOW A.

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Ahas OG~UN. InI. & st
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'T ..,oftuiel rsure aM4
h IM day of Pebruary A. D.
Pd -Clrk Circuit Oas6$AA
Nodme. is ereby liesn tam m
6W" m 4 hday of t Sosuawb4EvL
b" S" umbu oe mu to JIM
;me Iaa mmd om sp e u o, IOVIW
"Wr of-W- rA Se.-i. -8 8.
rea s th tbowagOunposed as"e
I of Mob Gov. Plora isam

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t .o $ la". ta 1 de % w

sohme A01aso PWWWP, A. EmI
- Clerk CiS ff Cou rMt M .

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no*" b br o w ww" met

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go Cerk (nbu Comg ALebw IGOE k

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Middendorf. Williams
r' Weekly Letter
March 7th.

ti force of the present
session seems to have
that matters financial,
industrial are so shap-
as to prepare the way
endous leap forward,
Sof more vital interest
has to do with the
Will play in the decade
as and development
Inevitably iotow the
"Of 1907-08, juit as the
prosperity of the de cade
j190'followed the trying
1898 to 1S96. In the de-
ented agricultural
lal, railway and other
h began after the I'rer.l
tiUon In March, 1.>7,.
ly with the acute' crlis
$07, the South l forward
i g the most n:;ar\ )lous
of a niarvtlou. time;
d' the country r;.ile losuch
s-trides in thi- l- period.
Send of one century .ind
of another, anmd n > e- -
Smontry has to it.; credit
record of accomiiilsh-
brief a span of years. It
for purposes of coniiari-
a decade before Ihe old
l# mto an end, the South
fmQ t section of theb country
h fkown wealth, poor in re-
t9boeuroes, poor in nianufac
in agricultural production
!rlpes which then prevailed.
ys and other forms of
poor In known in i nral
poor in everything, a '
iave hope and Ideal and
; half a decade after the
new century, a wholly
was presented, a new'
iJtbe South, builded on tht;
|ilwn foundation of tliha
memories of which arc
i by all, an empire itf
wealth and resonuree
rotation facilities. rich
products, rich in maunl
ln mineral health. rich
of all. kinds. rich in luxo
Wealthy emiiire i i
oerty-stricken group if
louth today is far Iiinr'
the South of ff.' .il
was the S'uth of th:ii
South of 1 :I.'l:, iili,;~ .
lapsed anld on4'l::'l
olpa&sd sincr I'.' I
ilbem. thertfor', for ,l*
at this time, llhe ,pri !
Sf overwhelming oii
i to what limits the eari1
.mrporate bostlllty whlt i
Vigorously in alii-tI
gtate for ae\ eral
b eto rried. Unquestionl
and developmetlt
vf'irMv pace a.4 wah
South during the de-
evis Z ust of neces'
'id It was doubtl.--
to halt and take
evtil had tone too
l weeding them out
wa7 or further ad-
itoss. But, we re-
i to e hostilltv to

W ave Way to dl.
to corporations
& W,U dispasalona
Sto pawsnate hof
Inbef of iusunro''
T Fhe miile,niula
W. is0 there -rli
pWn recbel on th's
, ft e mear future.
inS to bWm about
S 3 tao oftrn arbi-

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No other medicine has been so
sulti'cesfiil in relieving the putterilig
of wuoien or vrceive ndo many gen.
Line te-stimoiialikll as has Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable (omnpound.
IIn every coiniuulity you will find
women who have lbe.n restored to
health by Lydia E. Pinkhlam's Veg.
etalle (imoni)und. Almost every
one you meet has either been bene.
fited by it, or has friends who have.
In the Pinkhanm Lboratory at
Lynn,Mas., any woman anyday may
seo the tiles containing over one mil.
lion one hundnrd th,,usanid letters
from women seekinF health, and
here are the letters Il which they
o:xpnly stnto over tlf.ir own sign.-
tures tliat ter v wen cured by Lydia
E. 1'inkhilin' Vet.'ta 'le Compound.
Lydia '.. Piinkhail'A Vegetable
Compmulu d has saved niany wouien
fiom surgical opl'rationi .i.
I.ydia E. Pinkihaliin Ver'tabble
Coinpund is iiilale from rAts and
lerbs, without iruig.s, and is whole.
some and larinle.s.
Tile reason why Lydia E. ink.
ham's Vegetalble Coiinsundl is so
isu('cessful is i-cau1s1 it ct'Uttilti In-
gredients wNlich act directly tilon
the feniiiiine orga'* iniin, rn tarilig it
to a healthy Tinoriual c('iidiiiiio.
1Womeln who, anre iltlriig from
those distres.ing ills peculiar to their
sx should not loe wiiit lff these
facts or doubt the .ably oif I.ydia
K. I'ikha'.i \'4 Vire. ttll (.Compuuid
to irstort their hlal'ah

Iran' i< tinI in t,*r :'i 'i 1 .i I *, I", :or-

Is irt n .' l t i lit I 1 I 41. Ald thiit
pro ,.*ri ^r 1. L r. .t1 O I 1i d
4 ., 11wh to
l\\i a1 I ,ui.;:h ti, iat .it k *,'% iiaal
r1.,l tl, 1n c lut It I .~ ll el 'iiKh to
l.rxo I agalin-' tl.I1 ln'ouil roti*
Ihi. h ktld r.-'t into1 r3tlwal opa-rs
tin-, k h a t t re, htti', di crrlilini l:njust tariffi. lut to attempt to dci.
ltit' to o lir n ti of a iprolprt -actly
thio tihat ro lpr') i tnall bI lr'atedl
t.i legilatt ai- a y l iilinoslt e*' ry right
ohichth lihtrn' inlt r trol. to arblitrar
iYr einfor'e reodlrtionis of rtven tl at
a tinie hen hindrp-dl uof million are
tr-ehd by the rallwA )> of the "Ith
for growth a&il reTAitln" anl' Iln'-
prounient. is in a way to kill the
goose a hlh has left o many "14defl
Kim csrattrred through the luth Itb
Sas we'll enough. as we have' i0d.
to search out the f-il. but in tnh l
hmeint and too often blind lwarrh
the g ood was crvfuaed with the .vil
and the whole h as sulflrd.

Nat Irahto rad Chlikam

Forlru ~
TM MW yu Im amhoq
fts" u

I ~Card of Th~A&ke
we desire to 4tend or herfOu
thkask to our ny s M""4e fiff 'a' t
k;ndne' "n"' Iu @utmby ..t'- ld Os
* 'Jus tfts eedeal? t lit
!top 4AT11 :i' rant glo be' cash
Ima ~ I %P b"~P.')( ~
to tbacktr ' * tb hrr l'.w
IRe*CllghSSJ: I s tq-?t.se

Mr tA 'NI* % '' 1 I
Sba. ma t.ggltpei~s the bes, m
Wil k, if O'u gtiv It OWi~e's cgv
% Yultle* the gredISO wIS -N
ct.A 0ff cibiuNod go do@~
instW. bu emedy bi99
be the -w E m
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Pleasant Outnig.--VIt of Masonic
Offtlkr--New Arrivals.
Melros, March $.-Dr. and Mrs. J.
B. Curtis of Orange Heights enter-
tainmx a number of their Melrose
friends at lunch on Thursday. Tbh
long drive from Melrose had aharpen-
ed all aplptites and *verybo dy did
full justice to the sumptuous repals
provided. The menu coasiated of raw
oyateA. oyster soup. set trout, fried
chicken and vegetables, salad and
Miss Flora Morris gave a delightful
plcnle at Parrish Hammaok oal Prt
day. Mrs. Hlamlya havlg very ktadly
placed her motor lanael at her dit
IHoal. A jolly cread of Ifteen start
ed out at an early AWtf for their
destination, where a happ day was
passed with various garb An exrEl-
lent lunch made a p^ieaatbpaportuti
ity for rest. The retari home was
enlivened by many g, several
solos on a megaphone ftuiIhaing mose
The Home Mission Sotty of the
M. E. church will glea soalal at
.Mrs. A. W. Craig'sa ol tl vennag of
March 14. An admiltasil 10 oMts
will be charged, for whft rebtrW-
ments will be served. A "swaippf
party" will be p art o pr grol
and everybotl is rmI sQ to brIt
something to swape with Wn.a iborI;
Mrs. J. A. laem l WOt it a papw
on "War I TtuberamllW a4 the mt
meetinl a the Ltdtles U rary and
DebaUtag 8tdy. Marh UIth.
Meltriao 14e I ,, P.-V" A. Was
honored at ter t thg k*aardw
by the prip e t of L W. D. *. O
M., Wn. Uabt, at Mfft. who ia se

gI In t heM aft nwm eaiT t
the Mstali Smn r wA "a Qito
a large as o irb l ifat pr ia,
Orange $ghW"t, Wai 0"W exmat

tu-fs $ the -m UsskmAn h chapm
Uld w Ithe fut*ur ir o
ter to t er a a kw
Robt. Dtes-Bh PitAb M tas
'1. P. M ioore, Uablth MI J.. ad A.
D. Ordeon. p af NOMeW oft Phtle
Sphita, pab ew arrivals at the

. If yolr ieot pIlu a4 ro are e
able t > te.M OOf 696 ht !. v"
a t Shift wano uer yu
a botdt of Wk B 2006W noro n
and you w1It have aMy i ,1lw di,
a bottle M* thAt Mogh w1 0 ot
last long. A eaetr 10 lld
diselmu Mrs.--Oa--voT ..
write: "I e my .m 'ir -fth.
lardr Morehoud Itup. n lMI
has given Isn i ftsleM kMSu9
for ue to My." l t by W.lj
C rl Ip WI I Wer.
The oundds dropplg at a ft '
atore T dsey. wiftk ad
wind. nolowtaI a mW 4I r
Monday. bad a lteindme to | 4W
i 9lr.a ,,I We" WdmI
itis* Biver d M a mbIft
they woald "d G Io t llHtig l
monr e*e fr the twe deil.

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take. It to g.
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erewba a~ (S everi~ even ayIICP l(U saQDI Mrs., R. A.(bwelotMah. te tae
W4 owdy vow i Now TwL ALT. TbooWW a icoselftl ftM

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lot im dv 41 b H lavom air wits afapa t ; ;&Ztl1 tbe
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cvqus tigug ea aae tm as 4,. 0i. 113ear an ami l.W ao

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niw ca im Turer .4 Lak Is. at 3iI"17 6690~
f We maidIryidi
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bobs = Wkson mat 00a" t M__ay__J.C.SI
wm, $e amd ue asimp a lIm 01
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HUet bm q~ ft tu 4**2 Wil "
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GOA"4 IS a in 110110 of tt"Wole ap Yom as Cmtr nit you can own ria Ha law
lit od e so bo s. Tbo *11 be 690 4 W 10 Wil o o o n o s I
M r. mod Mew P. M. Prowft wo, go j Ift. Him forma afteafteo I)SPARTMYENT *W assist
&AV* b"r ndftw he soon am at mem will mppw to a er fte. South. krvew "d Woumo6
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ft* the WO A& 40 "f 1U Um CL HarrowMA davoto
im 16 rom nmr w*M bfl Mr. Miss Amto mo o Infe inUaf& keL K 6 If
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as am two or m m s peasa Tittodofawm
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n all over th
most artitic
temy employ
ake do fore
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mih at tbk do: NI so Off
.sser per w h Ufbi&
Dr. boo. S. Wwaldos hbowus'Pat
L 0c4000 hvea Cb o ci -Twwb
Dom In this Iss, tow h the at,
mat of Ow readers Irs d"
J. AQOnio no AJalm amS of the
imet a"md Dm1 smessu1 aromesof
Do e. ~ sectina of the, abutf
41 1 1 k his numeros friesads in
W m v u b I i to m t~ m s I 'l

, MOhe ds lot vato.hmore fauilar-
rknown as u0rsn PauDtch, will we.
OPt to lorn that h, b Quit. ul at
is 6 rie n Seots ft. Fr. Dutih i
as of theIOldest relents of The
maty, befog now In his eighty-44trd
Kr. and r. Goo.F.fRead lWt .yen-
arfo twHigh Aprlngs. Mr. I" is,
meoorr udent of the 11h0 Sipngs
i s aafaetula ClnO'b i punt,

numrob flm

$1.00 for 1. 5Psm
I" rim,

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am ~ ~sklift.t~

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Street, W* DOW
MMo thetr brikr
Gatnesvine. Tbm.*.,
tha 611MIUM Ot"Oi~~
numerous fdoods
lowul"M Ifir~~iC
make thlr howIt~
three to INT"otr
thek Wotl &'i be :

$1.00 for is. $5JO~bm
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Agency for the Celebr
e South-to produce the b
Work of any tailorin ft
r none but sailed tail
Sand domestic mills' go
at will appeal to you.---

of Binmilte to

rm Tailored Suit at very little expense, and w
ewlly patronize our LADIES' READY-TOn-W.
u in making this the Greatest Headquarters in
o' Fine R rI-to-Wear Good.

SIlk do row

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wvite You to Impect the Display and
u Mem. e Taken if Pleased.

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