Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 13, 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: VID01233
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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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Sesatie Is Excdsive Fisikial
Sco Fir VYUg Las.


Miel Elizabeth Hardee, a Pupil, For.
mrly of East Savannah, Ga., Sup.
posed to Have -*en Killed by
Friend, Who Then bulcide.
Boston, March 12.-A murder and
uleide at the Laurens school, an ex-
eluive fflehing school for young wo-
men at 107 Audubon road, Ia report-
so to the police.
Details are lacking, but It is under-
-oo@ that a papll of the eobool named
Mlas Hardee, was hot and killed by a
ias Weed, a friend, who Tu lay
Iglht escaped from a sanitarium In
Newton. Miss Weed then committed
S 'lhe dead wom are V* Sarah
Oaumb1 aln Weed, of 111 West Wil.
low Orde avenue, Cheetnut HIU,
Pblladelphla, md Mss Bllliabeth Bal-
oly Hardee, of 214 Owlnnett street,
Bast Savannah, Ga.
Had Been intimate Frlende.
Each was about thirty-five year of
age, and' they had been intimate
trieoda since their graduation frm
,Wellsley college. Mlss Hardee recelv.
lag her diploma in 1894, while lM)Js
oWeed received her a year later. Mia
Mardee was an Instructor In mathe


big Reduoln In Wckhirg Foreesl-- IVICT RE IR E
tr" chment N*cemi-,. .
Atlanta, March 1.--A bulletin poet-
ae upon the manl entrance door to Ar CaiWsIg the Star of Mnlai
the Southrn Railway shops Ia South
Atlanta attracted the attention of all bud to Wae.
employees, machlnitsb., helpers, black- -
smlths, boiler makers, carpenter, SO.CALLED SULTAN OF SOUTHs
painter and apprentice y Tue-CALLEDSULTAN OF SOUTH
when they knocked off for tuidlay .
lunch. considerable Disatsl facton and Re.
The bulletin advised tiem that with sntment AmOng His Followere and
the conclusion of the day's work thed T B o
Mope would stut down Indirlnltely; Two Kalds lepered To Beon Point
*at onty a number of men sufficient to of Deserting Him.
meet the actual demands would be re-
talaed on the payroll. of the various Par ci, March 12 o .tnM',tt al
departments. i vlc rtcelved 'nere froinm: cr,'t In
To the.men who have been earning dictate that the star ot Mliail liatill
the daily wage stale fixe by the road the so.call* d sultan of t!. Mlih, i
adi the working men mutually, that waning fIrm sight.
bulletin meant that about a score of The resisted victory. 'I t .' I I'tnch
the full force In each department force, coupled with the, .fferent at.
would be retained, while the bulk of titude displayed lby Hafil .% h!, .l't lthe,
the trained men in each line, exctpit camp at Meclh "lChar I a t r* lie-l o
the carmen, would find theu.itlve fives weeks,'.have mcAtl i itrfft, lin
idl, and reM'ntn lvtrt among i:,, lfll!,'%t'r ,'
But to the employers it nieant that Two or thel mloet ,poi:l ktits lit
so much of the old force La is uLce vasothern Morocco, Glacr .11i \Iitirl.
rT to keep 1n oondlt.lou the rolling are reported to be on It Cut of .it
stock of the road would he continued sorting lia1hl, atl arte t t* o r 1,
on the payroll, the rtirtltou In the terms wtih Abd-el.Ai. r>:t.ur an
force beIng n adIn Ilmperatlve, It Is Rodord. Sitrof.el.KI: .n' tot
aaid. In order to retrench.. been mauwe' ofhf the si ,,n 1*t ''
Not the sllghtl.t Initimatlin had Is ms ld to 'ld it)rcleO dsi ,,: : ll I t I 11
been given the en hat a rlinre:l Mic fd' faillue, i e uLppear 1...,i It I'.
In the force was e.ven' ()tit< i'tlt .ll d. 110w b'jl\.tl I lIast If 'It t
The great majority of the mi n le.t o, t Gi Oe wl ilit kntl c'h~-, f ,' .
have %een working at the plmcis fofr arml RNtriuld i atrch ',.
years, sonif of them In fact. eve'r rlunce capitaYl l thei w uldl tal ; .-.. -- 11 'i
the shops were started l In Atllan the city In the name ;
el' Azlis litliut meeting :1.,, i *'t'; .

$hope Closad at Scema.


Eastlic at Wellesley In 1891 an u d 1900 a.i.. .- -. ....I
and etce that time had been a teach- Sela. Ala.. March I r~vnt OKLAHOMA IIPUBLICANS. It
or in Vermont. Miss Weed had aluo ve ,killtkl workmen at the thopis f 11) ',, ,
been teachingn various section of the Suthen railvay in Silim.n wc'rt State Convention Will Probably Send .i I.'
l"IOIU1'16rT. let out of employ mlent Tuledt.l Taft Delgates to Chicago. .*
Lat Summer the two women decIA orOder r acelvol to close the "lI I '" OklIhoma, (kla., Mirc'h lI. "If na I,.-,
d to open a boartMncg school for tirlsa d1fn '* n huntirs rep'itilil aiI'. hei-re t'o I rh it
4m Audubon ro:,d, in the Fenway. On The car repalring delpartnt sl l ateod ato stale ,ivin to1 ,1 .. thi..k I
ct. 1, the day. ,n n which the' IA- be continued with a decrclsed force. four delegates at Iirva e t ('hi1. i'.tl p
inL school, a. tlhey called it. was The order was rietlvei by .Master Th Indlcatlona at.. that Ithe dJl.-ic,,ie tnliKiI
ed, Mi Weed broke dq)wn a* a Mechanic Michael. and he noliflf!id the will be Irtcliol Ir T thr, a'.
reOslt of overwork, and wac taken to men that theiy were to quilt at once. 1141uual nlfter. auttarchll to) Ihin 1c I l
Srsnltarlum in Wewt Newton, whore He covrhn tint offiir any" explanation coInvention since. i If in tllhe fil. repl-l: d
&Ie had since ben utler treatment thr th( than 1 t.hat It w.'t the i sipolly af ran aaon ,. ;,* a ,IPt.. it
aervus prostration. the company to -;'trnhh the dillsalouf 4 al al a s,. FIG
While at the sanliariurm .Mis Weed d ld hccauM of tit-CroTrti-rel I ft el
bas been subject to severee attacib of POSTOFFICE APPROPRIATIONS. that I being wa., A fe% ci'lete'g.,c'- orir.
elancholia.- who favor an) ,' l.,la'It c tt o hl,1 rFree
Escaped from Sanitarium. Side-Tracked Sill Comes Up For Fur. raft have J ii, i n i a i n l. ensr ,toI) *xl
Tuesday night she esapod from thic ther Conslderation. prevent sn lictr '., ',tI c.ftl-lrinl fr or Ieaiit
inltarlum ad Umade her say to the Wmhniglton, I). ('. .Marc 1 .. th, beerltary of i.r, while niusr, i) n%:**i li
JAurens school. Miss llardake volun. After having beon hletracked for al- favor Taft are t tInE l iaRt <('h.i.r lrS .,.r
tered to care for her duhrlnt the nliht most a week, the poetllofre appropria. n |tn r. winter Is a "iiu1'c rreir. go 1
ad pending her return to the sanila. tion bill was further convlieriv In RMer." Asal t he :';..rs chhrreir, tI-. r,.P l" Ute *
the bhuse of reprseontatlvee Tuesday. has exercised II!- .I,' iflusc'li In i1,i As the
MLa Tweed behavedl n a peuliar Mr. Small, of North arolina, dMstrbutlon of inl-a;eige and that he. anarguI
m"aaer c.owding to the teachers, spoke a oppositon to the prolsotioa tll do this abhl holdlnl Ing.r offl.t. Iir. a
aterig aimlessly about the school embraced In a separate bill to l. ;of clerk of the I f,-ral court, whil-h stalrte'
maludsi andocc..Aonally makig someL creasthe bpay to oceMn steamshlip for o llo a i. i atlran i blrcltl
Stralng or l loberet remark.l earryllg the imlls. He declared it Hluter has rlesti *. all prst.re MIeat
At Isth Miss Hurdle persuaded to be nothing more nor le tll a broeot upon lilna retsgn. und It I kLtves w
iss Weed to retire ad the dlcmltld ship subsidy. I believe he will t st voluntarily ttp u Althortle
Iman followed aer to her own chat. A smllr view ww atertalioa by don altour t ha sd ,velt, d :,,, t, .1
w on the srd Goor. Mr. 11let, of Bouth CalromUa. a larte laaorty f tie del watna are
When Mrs. PIage nithe s of the Mr. l ey led fo o larger -p apposed to him.
o"O.l wat to Mss Hardl'ee's m fo the rrlom T r iv The are aras 4io to the ,#m
Wedausy morlonag to swak her. ery brlc, for th i m abU d of wotk s o aly a tI of this sum Merribll
i "was shocked to fiad bot& weases I' t posforwel l hall, ar are rsp reent.-l by prolste
j I6 ed iSsn is athe th e blab pltd- -th _....-. nf4c
,ot tbrose the ba of "thee busI the is .
while btere wua a ullet tao 1r, sadISL .e oOiWaMs llrids Al iM i- iuen.
isE Weed's ritht temple. A relver. t te isadia to so| Mo K
a1th two chambers empty. was 10t1 K ; 14 INJUR 0. li" M l Is s e
4a Miss Wed's breseMt. A ; 14 INJURMD. 6ed o |,1M. Ir arbli eA
D-s.- *P- lw i. .l-. ,. iW r te a a "" - rse d
Medlest w aver StemlS. safte r "8 l de Aa e. .er ** l1 s ,art
-WNW in aamlttei w s, Co. March is-' k hIlr. ofOd g01% VU U Mds 1- sw: m
s Mt eed a th e o d e l alnrdt t eM i "Cal .--. M a r ch ni -. k t iw u lllv e o- - I* ,4 *
bae ke omissed Harelde afte ypt, sempesaiv by the Dtek sad 5U AM. to Is~ .,, i .
1% pinpl at Mth e rool. about fo Sf s of s u wee pMe st t oo ete mils o"f 0 o. 'w
t) is amber, arv the doabaten Hoellsop Tusety at the lmw am- m "y hL r. a do, an4 d ow0 0 t .h
Mh> ta aseseb, ow Is tlId to w U M Asn 0s**"t** lel svestl a
tIm y pa t fr .1a The were atted by a IS. I& b e ma ,
elee ---. tl ~ sit.
Avemte slaete Mahes PrMt I Drtag the eesa4 re on f ** CWlFere pF I 4 Uect1t1. ,
Olneap. ailf t .--4g Avwsi, ears ram ow a fitelle eaeiem sd e Oraes M a I i
dater of the ass vwh was blbd by iw ai et ofthe ea A poe- (as- "t a.(t lnU lra esio es
'ChI of ettee 1abpy. W eemi ass sad a ep" an"sst wOe bUlSed' res w ere e u* is the mse disms ,
ared a iL t afa a a et l saa.reMit tlm- Ia Ioerten peOr, wee Itdled; amae rw Us um e' gae "swam ,
gl prt Is d el urnmasI l sumtl" Afterl" a t "liMe elbe M& d a S a 9 O d"ase
m the rme'ai o er f be e*r's b so lftl MWthea nw e nes us toft d. e sma misuteae V 3J. e- so
4a0 the pts' Is MI to see f of SWo C W. i g1" eMk a tm M p" F .4 t1oo"
pemish emoe esi I the vwir aparn11 H1 s1 9 ~ Ca Wee m neo aMaVA wo erss
o the ity. all r ... aW e3.9---l a of e t as a,,* e (taig tu, W ,
tetG oW. Biglt nd. tw. a mte eie ta MM Iot r a mania at Ikts m 16 a *' ,
ha P'rarricc- Marreb W.- 1s I* S W mI ea d W 1
L. @&l t 9a was r* r e rd r i e wOa e. nTe a ~-a - "c*a
ME sla .t after preedtag heeb ow au em weto W coo. W A
t ase we at $IS. W,r t llb teI e -ap1 A11 m111*e i
or vb f. wn.. as W. J. 49 00 .
as~~ Y o m


Four Negroes Taken From Mob Near
Van Cleave, Mis.
Mobile. Ala., March I.--Dave Poe.
Tom Rannton ai.i two Jenkins brolth-
ers, all ntlit,,,s, oire lyached at Van
Cleave. M.is .2) mllee eth of Bi-
loil. Ml*, h). a mobb o( thirty men
at I o'clock blohn4ay night.
The tuen werc .n the oustodly of
Deputy heriff Rvana (4 Jackson
county, en ri!c to jail when the mob
overtook thmni A oree of InaceiiM-
ary fros of ~are'hotlsll causing lo
es In clh.rrel. IKLturffa andl other
supplies, iiclnar'd thle people of the
The foiir Imetrgm confelosd their
gulit whru tilh mob UItk tienI fn)m
the dcpiut. lrad all four were han dl
to Illiar.ha f i treC'l !I\ the 1ide of the
road. where thlit, ',o tij wire found.
The Initnutatoe arHieii of the ly1whin
was tie burliau ul L .e warehouse of
a Si t lnd liat .'rltv idight when the
Incentliarlst lattomtptotl o weaylay an
rob Ityrd. ctK) etod Micte a tort e noar
Va II 'hWtv, Anxing tli, olhr ware-
hotlcui-4 lelinifdl In te viilit) t re tiho
(.t "' II .kl& l i .t itlmtll *i IsuiI-ki

(it NI i I o elli mi mo r
algO. and th(e Danller ImAtIIlOr amnpa&-
Sny. Thn lynoblng wasa e'oluw*dl tlA
San ori',cl:> uinallOr.


Unknown White Man Used Oun on
nlrmlngham Officers.
PIl1l i e allP i l Ala.. Mar .ti 12 I '
licem.iu \" A Stilth %us whahol rlil
it vlr; i; t llt'td arl I'olh'ileman .1 J.
at, .[ :i.. h ot thlirouah the. log by ian
111 1t ,1k wt ill4 Imanl Twar Avo ue 11
ii n.l ,'i f m i Ih l lre *n4l.*tav nlwhl

1-0-1111 "tur-ri I ug-r m lllpr' i
Pi at,',e hat the macun WaIIekq
'1iii a lIi btlut WAialiag etptl-
'I '. hit rctwit knoi m inA, mud
i' ) tie' picrici tbat i he
I Iilie dimciclty In eeest'I1i4g.
r oo titthint 11%oe tiiie b it
!cii1 Icc14 hit htin
lion' ti g hew 4Sfthe,.imiArIfee-mti
I I ar4 .1ltI 44t Vtle' h h aV4 I i-ccitt-

'I''' arven


Bracks and Revolvers Were
ly Used-Several Injured.
'IIt, (a;Itr. %I lkrch 1-' %I NW eitII,
14, i11blittiole, it 1ci- ii 11 1
iut n a d'rwec t 'ltelefi's AW itd

it ble-h followod* set lCle
wite'rtaliUbt-nti1t Umdcta
cI.d )ens ewas, Ieevrlisuc t ha1
ffleeS an%* btwee 1 0, ,ics-
ad In ao Inlstant a fAIt was
beidg nudeo ,lvely by tenurs,
ad revolvrws
flae shtsW woreI fredl &#lot
Not feely rused The Itairsal
10e have espelsW 1l ..Verai
Ind are I aaeIilpivt further


IDeath of Mail 84 a.. PAItOWI'n
Map%#@ Wer%@.
t5, L;~.. Marhb II 1t st awt
Ithe .bmm wiels's. wefe
tIeIs nor of %&,a Tmeet.
eer *&a casUht upOn imi "M
Lo1g c4af t Ihe ftlbs
5ej' r a ',it lauthII I" "m
for tJ# ,Pon slid &,m" Is-
ilaw l it ws In sornmapa&
o. 'I, di t( '`a':cw g oaul nblrld
d r l 11t 4i. at was loft

a g2, a'1,heq '4 rho 0af
j r l! if ''I AiLhtS



Jolt kdicteat of 29 Cults
S Aplost Former Flamwk r.


ail Was Fixed at $30.000 for Mere
and $10,000 for Curti--They Were
i Allowd Three Week in Which to
SReconsider Their Ple.
Now VYulk, March I2.- c'iharle W.
blorme, thliv foter tankerr. aml Alfred
11. ('C rt'r forinerllc y preirll nlit of tl e
Nallniinl tlank ol f North Amnerlea,
plead" lI n |ot m ltil' iln Ih i I'nltl l HiM-atte
cir'ill c nl t e%%'1 ,ne lI:y to a j oint ll-

kiII tUr a oriunfl chartvd then,
With etil tolia y. l nid e'lhteuh c'i l iAreitrt
Ule'nll A hlti mik illitt fJ l no irin.
Hall ,aS t Illex lt itr.Oo.) fi(i Morse
and llSttil u.) for t'0ruti*
T'it y <11 i piiiti n ii l Ct rt iitoty of
their coinii-' l In Ii ori l tt >.ta-ire ball,
and wru ulk)ttI Itirre A.vek to L Ie
conhlivii'r litir pile- .
Iktlh 1,1Mioi 1 1n and 'rtlls galuv ball.
Mr. N Ul-,' at first dienmirrllec tr tle
$.i,,iicin iti w A Itlcl< iml 1 to) futrniah,
l1n 0ll 1,1
"' '\ I |c iiup N>'c l I au the 1 M iit e
llt 1l.tI "

Man Then Committed Suicide-Trayle
Affair at Toning, Wash.
e'riT li ti. a sh % o ib 1 2 W a rt r "
NJ ,.v. it 1 riiva t ct(narimla, ki lrl hee
wife' at' Itio re h lchire at tilo aiSO
bare MI' .iieis it thtaced rrithft b-
naltts4I saillcisla
'[W,r itc et t it i ii i Ca) to work
1`111141 MV'iill'p htctl cal in his bign.
cI.vrcl i:iti;l tin a trall ii sling to the
ti'wiil ailcelit 4Il. t cr'if a "WtirS a
his "4ci11i1. '111n41 lld) *no v aolk. med
it Isthe ticc-c1 l -l hat lip j1,161n104 hblob,
selfit., 114 ) arkm tO wtnletie were
to il-lo.1

botaux ili iiccllrv yMr. %i-IKo .whsrts he
*5am hoirtif'ds em fto)dPlitt%, emliitir anal
10ir f I!Ia 0i1 ciliAi r. is It giIrl tt r4"1
aeSan,)11imoy torfwir ,' r %, niW ih IIWI
itiriscnl ot, uiasgl a irl u cl l YSI
witH hirr 11"04.1 rl !,el tiy ltpioo orf a
MrKay tie srmled ollIn 1-08100)fuc too
pears a4 hba btre suferftilfIGS A
rgaew u pon hIlS Is'r, which h baa p
od ulmn hfil mini.


Olifsui118twoen Preuiev Parmeref*
Near Asbeville.
rMarch e% --1
svcejal lu jthe Sew.? 15.1rom Asheiills,
N v ,wys Hasrris Kunmset o f M
lsail smeer AswIllUe. is lying i 81*
naor* biopita with three bullte I
his body and his la cll badl yfrtm' a
by a 14 #0ro a M the b*itod O f 4M
jeagi Iliadr t hi alleged &SeaYlS
t, lij )al at Asev)lle relisage UIK%
gtitnicptatt rurerr
flrsty avvsre'4 as puilac bu4us
larv I&,,, luvo nig Ohat a ml m& Sao
*,M15Iui4'fi t jI he beMA *t hin418
an# was e r-s-'ytot'cgive 1h1,060f 189
ifs ad4ed 'm d a ris t to u0
whet I W "
rwrthor as 1. lt6 W e d i rur Sf
mixtias rIat is L u'frath e Nown ahad
6 di1lecaip *p'q 41)mvi,.cmtl' apati
t 0 erwl c" 400, *'i cbs

Night IF 4.00RP4e40'havebem fritends
I. WIF % t, A J94

1,4WO 4 '4 1 10 to[ r #1~ 0, wIr
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ w w ~*t"i sai, 7 rifte% f Mar." a as
0 on oa'~ l 6'' S IMFt,$ e hstI, s :- a.
a Ow -.e g 0"9 4")arF bee 'be 't -, S.-4'Iube O"
9..r e4sa5 c)..trr ': k Ql ee *'f cr )..r a bs a
wx- I i d 4 11k nownn 4 *,ec to) i
-' ' e -opIned (O *f~.t 'I' . cgttt#J 534 1P

*4 K.~ of U-L ovqeey. 'Ye Laps Mton, WOnseel
)1 IInn -.AUM euct biaFA V I
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go of oma s IftIm
i"Wtolldt u dLb4ea~



S served as Colel of Cs fedorteArmy
In Tomnreem an Wm Afteowards
'AppelaNd P0001 J1 de Under
Hay-A other of A. L Key.
S It may mat be gonrally known bet
it s a fad tbat OanvtUo has a
Sv r who is spaOdlma a few weaks
S proWmnent men, i the por
f Job n Ker, who I heore wh hto
S Bat, Mt. i Kate Lsoolr, for the bnee.
It of hI heolth..
Mr. Key I a native of Tenaesseeo
a u sideo t of Ohatta HeL o
alwayV been aetove In the e merual
d eo ta ifof his, 10o ma r, _b s
pWid 1 of a larp brik i;n
W l concern and one of the .ocial
faorl(e; but about rsx ypnar o he
d the misfortune o be triskena
ith paralysis, stoe whbh tte a e
S h bm Inmactated or business.
S Mr. Key is backed by a family
S hltoy which s extre ely Itere
He ts a so of Hon. B. M. Key, who
was Coton of Ithe Prty-Thir Ten-
aI Bae Ia nmnt, conuedsrate taee
Sof Amerleaad who wo many bon.
ela battle.
Notwithtand that OoLKey was a
st Casc0feereateoMl.r.a a man
I i. loal to te ame e received
I -as Judge of the Federal
41utr" t ddr the o tratlom of
is e deat Hayee, whli position e
hiM tor any year. He died about
h. t yers ago one of the most
f*-la oat rstso and isensI to bla
S aTloe State of Teoneaee.
Mr. Keys history is ll the momr
| A.teestig,' nl e It to brou bt down
S1t the prewt time. He Is a brother
of A. L. Key, former naval aide to
th President who I anow egage4 In
n oramoy before the kfest
WM AfaInr Committee In Whbilng-
ote of which the paper are full.
Mr. Key has ben greUtly bneon ted
e hs stay here. and Is well plseaM
with the ot a ud it people. He is
8' very mode/sunassumnS mUand ad
thi bit of hitary regardaig hs lfe
Ws only learned through accident.

Toeny ebey Shet Woman at 8vineten,
and Must Stand Ceneeuenceoa
Toay Bosbey. the negro who sbot
SavaUnah Moore, a woman at vinsaton.
b eeuse she rebuked him for making
er dead fahither, and from the elect
of the wounds It is claimed the woman
died. will be compelld to stad trial

It'L Wait

t4;0 s

It, As it O M ilo6 Sme 8

AMiONIa Is h aSfeet te hcc
blood h d tbhe he kift iae Is
quanty or quality tbh Ittme rd
t my rMsult from u myo

-ar# ha -aluatees Mtes, fpoor dra
ua i nr^^lR B m l JHlft iW W
laos toa lon tA, t r a- th ae
tor Is e a c a bh tha ltelsr

AMaemo people WhqUd et poest
of frlt, eggs, aon, mist. vwea Ms.
ed utter sat cream md whI lM
ig easels ui r s eq d er
prrt aAeMd, Vaol, whi or ade b
"WartoIn VWti N o I 06 .I0 o -
Seteailo oatretlev, Mal smesataltr
tag proesen troa e f ad I yers,
eeab IMtag withtl ppt odtMr
woiLh s f m a edtal emotlta t tr e
Mo9 alol the amtelaslt a eeall body-
baMdtig e "tss of eo4 liver ol but
no oil. Vinol s not a patest m u dle.lo
you know wbrt eyou a tsklaif. all
It contains i named as th labl.
Any antmie or ruh4rowr prison tn
Oatiderlleo wo win oet tbe above
usotsedbs io sere to b retored, to
hlulth ad rtrS gtlh on a short timr
we will rat" yoa wmowey It VIM.&
tals s ivet mteHtro.-W. ). Jobnoo
nGa Dutes Q reto l. W

*W009MTT aitBmM

Wm. B. Newma of Wuasgtoo, In-
spector of vnted Stat O land tof c
has bee n lthe city for th pat two
ayr oa oull bWsins.. Judging
trom t sawyer and epred t of
lnsp ~aor Nrewan, ho was wo plea
ed with theo aditio tn which he
found matters bo h.
Waste, Orders for Lumbrry-Any-
pe Itvi o tisa O ealm lll or vithlty
who ltoends dolgs any btdl ea th eo
ear fitar aboUld oer their lumber
at oneo. For the a*t trty If
the Boek Lumber Company wll giv
special terms before mortar their
mill further troa tw. Wha order
Lta address P. 0. Box 12. or call
Bock's residence over ust Florid
'phone. Dock Lumber OoC pMam .
W. 0. Boltt, manager of the oca-
Cola Bottllng Works, who recently
purchased a comfortable hone In
North Oatnestille. removed to that
section with bli family yesterday. Mr.
otttn, who came her but a short
time ago and ongagd In thU botaC
of Aqerieas famous b rage, ntrwol
gd at once that OalnevTll xwast
bet ity of Its ls I ta ui ootrY.

A Net S'es to Itir the
SWit h GrisB Sr*.
f. drawre srevr evy
M a J swuinufl Wetksn, but
roDMd a ere Ao tolel
BhM- bto be tiuaM e. The po
..tM, t.*re has ba ese d by
toes Whe n seeking the position of
Iumc ha t beyond that tdo other
1Isti d eaot eem even to have
t ths w oons out to partae of
$ Il g to be ayort
lemh is mtd the court bowu
M .i iWd hold up the corner Aele-
a telegraph polm, whllr th*
gole u phyrs whistle -throuCh their
d"a n9010
SThew emas so far no opposition
to Mayor Tbomsn of hbi adminlistra
tim, as 1r as street gosstp is eod.
eentd. It dom look that such an boo-
OmredW d adigaled positiotk as mayor.
of as ae ad progresve city as
Gkaesvll L oing son beggta, as no-
body asi announced, no name has
been setested, and the itiseas are
at sm. So t as can be learned. It
has been possible tot even the
tret poltIcal gossipers ad prophets
t6 amela t a candidate, as po one
hW yet tvetured to say who is "the
beet man."
Whi Mayor Thomas. it is under
stood dou sot desire 'the ominatlton
ad will not become a candidate vol
untartly, the efltens a a rule, rece-
tatcs his loyalty and etelency In th
pet. desire him to enter the race to
cceed himself,
No mua. In Oalnesve, specially
at their tiea, would be more fitted for
ths honored position and it is up to
some emereti cittle tq exerde bhimn
self and hs e*orts toward his noml-


Weakens the Tsle and
Organic Vitality.


The tress and strain of the strenu-
oa Ulfe in both city and country tends
towards stomach troubles. Five peO
pie suffer today where one did ten
years ago with slek headache. dissi
o. flatulence, distress after eatia
speks before the eyes, bloating, nerv
oumne f pleepess and the many
other syaptomsr f adigestlon.
All who are sauerlan with stomach
troubles, and that means at leat two
but of three In Oaloesville and other
towns, should ue Il-o-na stomach
tablet. Nothing elses a safte. yet
ofctive; nothing elsi can be es
thoroughly relied upon to relieve all
trouble from indigestion a M-o-na.
o reliable s M-o-na n Its curative
acto that J. W. i1McOollum & Co.,
with evey d-ceat box they sell. give
a dm#*h

*IpawwoWf ass VW %% um W 134 V& 1111M Wa guarants to rema Lao Money na
apo a charge of murder before lJue. aosr a dens r t h oed I ,the remedy 9 rea. ,
ties Smith at Micanopy today. by paroUel a boM. It o o the rey or
Th0 so of tie uc or uld i toat I l me eevier Ammumitien.
dy appeared a The Iu a few wb 'o ad Its futre wit n t tihe ma we an to inttiate
ago. It wtl be remembered at B gaow wt T' s tr asked the s Iutrlos co
o went tothe woma's home o. r,- t,
dtlged In a great deal of disderw and IN RA0B WI DATH. "It is. rpled the oumide Iurd fe
waa he mockede" her dead t Maia. -usl o econdutoe walked around
who was an unaortaste erppVe, .e Oetrr l Moe Ci@es thp 00 ptud casUate. Lwpeetedbla
rldd h imt is amd oI 1- am ONO" erafnti end tur ed In h aetaut
reprtwasdd blor It to ad that toe St ute n t b h d. -ad
bey therpos ahot the wcma with. rt S *r8ifme soa *e."s-OCee Triban.
out provocatio, and rWasRf aftewadsI t"6VB5 &4A rn 0 -, I ______I_____ ___.
arrested and placed in tohe Misaea u .a. -
Ail. The feeaUa mn hgah as t IpA
ea it is said Wer lynching d eie wat,w amd Slo r C semJ 2W e,
hey was brouIhtto Gainesv lleh "No WP ad a a
The woman, who was all tal eam OWaseaS someNo
ed. died Haturday. sad IDepy ueil h1 a1 stoadmeamer a soa
C. H. Crtsmu eam e to Ga sMY at Cabek l. The ieNt
Thursday to get his prlimr. wh* lr V"I eloa I!im enher w e
wll haveto sboldwer a ewhar ofa t W .
der laItead of asualt wth latot : a A be M wad t n A Poe Comer.
murders.u sPIKA" S S' ta ed toa"mbte tSl sh rwill krED S littS plfTv In A
sist1111"Mr" ba. gt- cIwra of her bnI for hIm be mray t.
... icoil ea, ^ hs"a corethat aIt if ~ oe wwbk-atb l
wship r*e. $be Isaattre *mpg( t its a Back ow. wcb

Mease to sewam. eTye. s e wi ... oy e o- Re was "b
oltaot se e--t Some yeara Isa at seel**ls nota ksd*, mm to*I
mi u. ra .h- edeandi 1 se W ad b l1.14d is lae CURiO IN O TO 14 DAYSi.
WRK*110 W1104114 W W 14 8W i The bolhtil.
e-C.A d lOpvraiIe& at u o haftolr st reaih ltg t Ie PAO0 ODMAINT M I, Na1 amteed to
,, ,. 1~1 6 4110t Mal. abt d", te ratnre to a e'- ea-re may eaeT of HdIA. BUii. leed-
* rn.', aoIt Mr 4o1 --.o a, or money retus4led. Ia
a,. ',~,, -d. t O lao athre rult byrup io a nro -
) ,l we oftoa ea id. ra s.aMotveet o t6e laxa a, Vit
ONsit of tu r e k a '.W I LU 1.-I a-iit: lks Its V1'.6I I it
", w .k! So m oar t sad Is It plga-o"t ao 0- t0i r-, % 4 fWan u 1,4,
4n W hyaVS S Zf It ai gU Mt Is W. MQ tvm.lia y,>

"' ' Hair

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two 1es0,
AM= 0 Cage WOnn

i S, B. HE


Noted Oregon Statesman Restored to Health

Son Recent astern Trip.

tnMm nhtar, ag dau stu l
ri -a f toad toy r of
go- sfni t"r0pMowo til trs
ly t lAo ofr T. I er, Iont don
i Coger a sad homdlel ase
A haseLa I for th~ pastyear in
i rviMrted the yot an a o htl
ON@*r was" bbMnow the
tal tto Oregeaan'' visit to that
itLy, ad it a reesat Interview Mr.
rammn aid: 'My trip art aceom-
l d meowre for me tha I ever be.
S vplr U It has acul been
tae ow of for my alth.,
WhIetamI n aI ea g eart deal
sheet this a Ooaspe and his medl*
lem. ea -u -enta I talkd with
a Uias banner who told me that he
had b relOd by Cooper's medl-
d after o yat chronic dypeIp
sLh. 1 the pat twenty years I hav
bsn a artfril suferer with nervous
Sle It has been so bad that It
i tored me to res .rom the

the, aN I uI pM- 'in $1- tq
the mdleine I a py
sesas witbIutbw SIMr
West. Tw r id bim -%
me to thelat, ka -- a b
lied this Cooper ll l
mo than It ecoumld nIka Oa
back to lU I renMy taw W
I ta tlt I r a o moala,
aldk atchiat W IIr.
"To make a l I rtrWy M, It hA
C M. TodAyi a amms
stoah u4ad lri rC
alnt tirun tw naty I u
IbrtrF wltbhott th bth
nlone afterward. I kae 4r r.
Uto, and hIMp wdL I IM s a04.
oodra th mom ooonp rdn wmm
- &. w. Mo umtrn -m-W ,_
"Any man whobWe ehsOale
*la ow it to hto tesaily ti ty ,t
In All our pxrles awms ^
we have noms Mno aatin o
!pu the ftumo oopve 0 n098L
-J. W. McCoulm A
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Hickory Stove WOod

l$1.00 PER LOAD

Brown-Jenings Hardwood Co.

IfldPhmk. 135

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Pwou' nda mfuu Intormation
tur."sbed eiecwu lodn In
E. F. VOYLE, Maniager.
Firv, Amcidtnt, Burglary
anti Infle mIity liiirative
AllM *Lc wuloeat Awerican ad J.rwjjim
aomtosuItl & cprc"&clcd.


Ask for Hat
East Florida Telephone Co.
-Loqg Dtstance Systenl-

Any Quantity-Any Time
(all either phone.


Cord. -Wood.
Cawd lto blocks Rad y fa r Spttiq
4.50 per cord ofJ pine, and delivered. $:..2.5 Iwr con of pine at Univesty
$6.00 l|r cordof hanlwool, delivertl. l.75; per conl hanlwood at Univ't
Rr1 nation on abo~v for lare quantiti.
Phone Orders to Auditor University, or see Capt. Cox
Son Grounds

B13an L. JORDAN. w. W. HAMPT01




Fire, Life and Accident *eowa

Cto r Your Fire "o


\'~ithi a pollic in one of
the I .l'.lllUe C('ompanim

w, rep~rt~txit.

Why car

rv c.:cl1 :1 r-k whern wel

Co1ri-~~ it fo'r

yOtU' :It vey
r .+ WVe'iB
, '+onI ally

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tefrd J tls ys Md Left In
Same Way, After Souring $5.
There is some mysterious burglars
working In the city, and their mania
*eem to be not for "worldly goods."
but for mouny. It's the "filthy lucre"
S bey want, and nothing more, as has
been plainly evidenced by the fact
that in two'1nstances they have en-
tered stores, molested the money
drawers, and loft everything else un-
This Is the second time they have
estexed stores on the public square
within the past ten days. This time
L. J. Burkhim was the victim, and
some time during Wednesday night
they entered the store, tried the safe
ad found that the outer door yielded
easily to their efforts. They found the
aside department containing the
money locked, however, but In a
lower drawer secured $5 which had
been left there In keeping as the prop-
erty of one of Mr. Burkhlm's little
daughters. After relieving the safe of
this amount they disappeared as
quietly' as they had entered, making
so apparent attempt to take anything
in the stock, which they could have
eaily done.
The most mysterious part of these
robberies is the fact that the burglars
entered without causing any destruc-
tion, and leave the place "in good
order." to use the expression. Not a
break of any kind was discovered
about Mr. Burkhim's store, which leads
the victims and the officers to believe
that in some manner duplicate keys
to doors have been secured.
It will be remembered that a few
rights ago some person or persons
entered the store of Chitty & Co. un-
der the same conditions, prying open
the Inside safe door 4ith a hatchet.
Notwithstanding that there wps more
than $200 in the safQ. no money was
secured, and it is believed thl' the
perpetrators were frightened away
before they had time to secure the
Thb ofcers have no definite clue.
but one stated to The Hun Thursday
that two strange colored boys who
have been loitering about the streets
are suspected. These boys It is t n-
derstood left the city later In the day,
but may be in hiding, awaiting anoth-
er opportunity.
A New Industry.
The Florida ('Char Factory of .l:tk-
sonvllle, whose ad6ertiseii;ent a;llpear,
aI this issue, have v:.'rtrd a new sys-
tem in their business which will be
heralded with pleasure by the genraln
public. Their new plan sl to sell
chairs direct from the factory at
wholesale price. thus'elniinating the
Jobber's profit, also the retail dealer's
They have placed on sale 35,000
Shairs which include parlor, ted.
room. library and porch rockers. din-
tag-room, office and. Int fact. chairs of
every description, at the wholesale
Bend for their illustrated catalogue,
also their special club offer.

'An Attractive

hIitpary. hue J itsawtair qf .mciaorK
bm thomkbi it in grpmI t*r, wA
owvmslly esgwprni'me Imt with

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At ov aNlow yo urid Hafr mawof the
spr otuslui wol ani". pr omas

-111~~n~~rl CLwe
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WAY down on the bottom
of the sca under three
hundred feet of water b the
Lavoritc home of the codish.
The ie-coMwater of Norway
and the North Atltc b hs
*. le hal the power torow
under vem n sr*iMMM .
The sm mturl pIowe i

cotl's Emulslo
d CMd Uv Ol Nm. lmw

tvwb5 Ikr

High School Literary Society Had
Interesting Meeting Wednesday.
The High School Literary Society
met Wednesday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock in the High School Auditorium
and a nice program was carried out.
which was both entertaining aud in
This society is quite young at preis-
ent, nevertheless It contauim the very
finest material in the school. We
hope that the people of this city will
not think that this is compulsory. It
has been formed by the )>oung ldlles
and gentlemen of the school that had
sufmctent energy to know a gOeod thing
when they saw it.
A very file program ;i.s r rendered,
which was as follows:
Quota t ions-(wloet he
SLife of Goetho--Caslper Pleler.
Piano solo-Ida Mclmonald.
Play, "The Train to Mauro." -
Earle Taylor ......... .Mr. IIn litt
Sam Mixon...... ..oinniui IHuttermilk
Katie W hite....... .,. rs. Itutternilk
Quarteete--D)allas Itoweri. 'hnas
Simpson. Earle Kelley, Toma Mcl death
Current Events- -,\lex;ndler larpier
Pliano solo -Ialton ltosborough.
lglh School Iocal News-.1ulhin

Street Inspector Warren With His
Force Trimming Shade Trees.
The various streets of Ithe city are
being Improved in a inarance Iby the
trimming of the, Iagulfceint shade
trees. Gainesville has ala ny enjoyed
the reputation of having the prettlest
shaded streets and the Inoet Ihand-
somnest oak and other shade tro's in
the State, but, owlig to (lhe torin-Iup
condition of a nunIlelr of tlhe thoron gh
fares on accoumit aofI sew i-tAge apid jav-
Ing, an opportunity IhaI Inot ee'e'ii uf
forded to get to Irin 1 eInm.
Street Supervisoar ('lan. ('. warren ,
with a good force Iimien, I i now
busily engaged in trinmmiing the trees,
which rendern their ajl.'irwrnnc' much
better, and affords a IK'ttt.r vi.-w of the
streets. as the trimming affords an
archway which Inspirlingly attract
ive to not only the visitors, but our
home.folks as well.
S8perrvor Warren Fto be congrat-
alated upon the eMiIency and thor-
oulhaes of his work. which is appro-
elated by the people.

Mrs. Bearden's Puneral.
The funeral of Mrs. laclrda f ar-
des, who died at her home in this
ctty oa Wednesday night. was held
from the residence Thursday after-
meo at 3 o'clock, Rev. T J. JNtsoo
pastor of the Pirst Methodist cbtrch,
odceatlg. The funeral was well at
temd"d by friends of deceaed. who
gatlhred to pay their last md re-
spects. Te oral decorations w4e
tl eviMeme as the token of fries.
ship sad love from many.
Dcsed was e ghty-two years of
age. She was brn In CUnit I. C,
but lu ha I Florlda mary yrs
She hasr lo years bwm a devagil IS
her of the Methodist Kplcapal Crht.
i South. dsst a greater part of whigh
tisam be was artiey eygapl d Is
ihereck Wurk.
Mrs. Hearde to sirrivted by -me
daughter. Mrs. Merson, of this y.
sld s"ral gradebUdMrw. to el
wlom' th symslp y of the emme-
tY is azsmded.

A a ee ed a*t may devealp bi

qilmey by tai c Fterd s Mosey a-d

TIr. It w em, tohe 1 ca
parsge.. L wa. Is.l... a 0.

Attratlene Thursidy Were Varied
ad Were ose ingly Good.
Yesterday was the begin:Linu ot the
W. C. T. U. School of ',,iot, eon-.
ducted 4y Miss Louise I ,.-i.'r. Na.
tlonumal Organizer. from I n., t.
National headquarters ot :I \\ 'n T
'U. work.
Miss Hollister is a \ I~znit,
alert little woman with \. r ii,,asLII
manner, and filled with ,i ,r tih
work. It" Is a work tht nthit to
And a response in every tinr \\oman's
Miss Hollister will addre.lil the
children In the Tabernacle tlhis after-
noon at 3 o'clock and will look for ai
goodly number of young people' at that
tlhx. '
The Chautauqua has bhlien line all
the way through, and aus tlh i ev\. c.
W. Sullivan remarked, l .;I re,\olving
university and a great i: il to aany
"Seltng Things" was lite suliject
of Mr. Sullivan's lectu: e'terdeay
afternoon, and was mad. Iblith eite'r-
taining and instructive w iil hin i'.ran on
drawings and the Imager i' o hi. Itr-
tile imagination, teaching a Iaiunt iiul
lesson by showing how it s.o the,
beautiful, the wmoderful ii h, el ,,ii
In this great world.
The Otterbein Quartet' l,,'~r : I ir.
noon and evening were il! ,t'.l ;L.i

ed the audience wonder
The lecture by Dewitt \'I a\s a
great treat. and his fia 1 ,i l''-
turer is well uniderstoxod
The nmoslng pictures II' .I t hl
always do, and are fne.
We nmust not neglect t 1, f ti..
grand work Mr. and '. K n hkr
Adams are doing. Th, ate eI,, Ier
this year than ever hb' i. ia. il te ,
much good cannot be s.' 1a1 i. .n

District Deputy Exalted Wai--r


Pay Lodge O cia Vist,
Menmlwrh of (;tiieayle I. l ." \ 4

990., 1. P. () I. are ait' .,'ne n% i th
a great deal of inter I t i. 1i1
visit of Distrlct Deputy I \.It .l It(,i. r
Max 1,. Hear of IVnsacoli hi t. ',r
Secretary ,.1 M. Dell th. h, ~f .Il I-
tier toilght.
Mr. Jcear i. an enthu I t I i:lk a1
faithfur and energetic tl,. amitt l,
umlte lipopuar throughout' h.'i Stit'
Secretary Dell relesutM e fuII ll atl'r'
antce at the nwl, tlin thl ,n t -inE

A Roby
Should be suambitie In thel hioniid
will be it you give' it Whito's ctr":in
Nevtnifuece, the gr'nlvt stworm if-Ii .1
ci 9 ever offered to suffe-ring i
nDIattY. This rciii'dy is I '
lIIn the .permatient fixture' of il
rv.,ulatefi houtciheulhi A uIAother,.
with cbIrmi, cantt g'*t alomax i1t1iciat
a ottle of White'o (ream Vernlifug.'
in the house It Is iti purest and h-'st
medicine, that mnum-) c" buy. Wld
by W. M. Johnson.

VltomowAM 0hirtiVue of le ow L0er aw
sfatbor mg me I Wg,..a e
Naar 04 = I of 4e e*. -40 'as
hereby e *all" eleetlots i r Mme Is %aid ci
14th DA Y oVAr A IL NO.
for as pmrvpp* 1ple t15 it e f oIind
4eem for am 0"T t, *r*ry ee tr Me *'rt(A
we E: jerk-W* T"Omrr. 0"*
Tam ~ 6 ~SA IuI&h1 0s*4
of Sbe.or 0
'vSeseb oi a sierl
OP i *Is 0 M#L eetm I V Sw "t01se$
Skmoieri Woft
t4%m"y7i'uu*'v=of $to fees from me,

67 0V

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avun 'ALY-

ur pm alsad
if W, N- 4 ~o -Fbw s
~YIPII~ V. 3q4uls -tW9
~jrup earlMail OP1 wets pes
-A tkWt


Get rid of the

Lard Habit

Cutle/'ne makes pies and pastry digestible; it
makes crisp, flaky pie-crust-the kind that will melt
in your mouth rather than stick in the pit of yar
There is no getting away from the fact that lard is the
fat of the hog. There was a time in the olden days when lard
was made from a particular part of the hog, the selected part--
it was called the "leaf"-that is, the peritoneum; but, with
the growth of the industry, lard is now thrown on the market
made from fat from all portions of the hog, and lard, today,
is not as good as the lard of years ago-in fact it is even
more indigestible and more unhealthy.
Coltticn is a cleanly, vegetable
product made from pure, refined cot-
ton seed oil. It makes food palatable,
digestible and healthful.
Collt,'kM is the purest and best
shortening. It is not a substituAe for
lard, but an improvement upon lard
or any other shortening. When you
accept a substitute for Co ideA you
are not getting your money's worth.
CollttiH is preferable in more ways
than one- In purity, results and

Naturesr Gift from the SunnySouthm

Spring and Summer

Lines Ready!

Clothing, Hats



Men, Women and Chilren

Best Values

P1111gI 'i4'iFe'CIW lA l Uely E il



- -M6derate Prices

IV 4 a ol-I'Yl ege0air !4pt l alit

Nil I j)* r t


BRO. & CO.,
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G. S. Merchant & Co.
Retailer, owid Joers In

Staple and Fancy Crocorles
Grain, Garder Seed aqd e rttllson
High"eet market prkie paidfor Chisken, L s O arnd etder Predwne'4
A I t* A i i.tje (of II AP (' Orn. Oit, I'loetr, lires U.M C0111
p"'.Wt l #t4r Id Ity r We' 'a* ?ilifr u lY the Very eOW *so


W NS k me d wvw iswmli N

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rm.tnIst )Late*'.VIA)3I

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3 Whr 6d wpb lbw

nwwnv sum 00006046somy~W
hwb. mob aft"%

SMt ^day,m 4du l Wd r1ner -lh,.a-
s.l w PM spn it l Ite6 asWn, apoes
te, forfc years s muesu sjs jthu e

l l iiifow ll ol ire Yl- lslrlf

gIO OWIPPI*-A" 1W so

I rs 9Tdr kIMa toGet dtofl o eatret
Hlm des.Vesk g,, I.a e,, ,Wm, Ll.

K ';, u, i f t oin, tU rot t Oki .

Ill." NINON r i rlMI.o t H... *O,..-t -- ,0;M
he tr s we lllsW ew ldor)I Ts

Ilt doubly So ftr Y4. bhve rald

'1 The o"a41dtoa 6g "ttin busy'
,T a wMatn4 PWorkan an d

bqI Nimo ws ,ad p.uI SwiU
Sot r t a tln-task.
e tOr sU always r t a.
th. ds.

T e lnht our o "OhioWa bsy d
WedM t* *ontl*oa of the bridge
.lo nev dl Is |ho| httt onl.
saTkd so prt tlaiMs prepasng for
1' 040 POf tOW I N duty on whit
6 IWq of tMo Und.
gert aged4 tha toorrw io the

l himf hi "the$masd
t r lo toblloan fater olsta s
SL the w orat a o .

T U e i dreo Milrt on Ohio waa
,,SMet th caifthtl of the bride
twes uasatqs as auanoosttu onal.

The p~oof t ofelalo would eprll tap

a W tt ita uty ony wi .
SA d to decoeat hila, rhowr bo
"\ M* mtds no In tho e a channel.

M I ethr te RbiSeubaor noina a
Sttw r i arn r itd eatora vt oI
f 40 Wts M O eo rmaboed ntto wns ould
t hbeaut apmoa nst e shM M

Wa* e dItus by sWaltIrs to
a t t elal b wold" a ofel th
we Pow IL 9"tr '1 Mr teh obft r
S ag Md to defht him ll sho wts ho

presMt m Roods re the ane d bannel
eaS AirtrI tahe Rorpub an buomka
a wk othb, e radllNd rate sllMe bw
UaoM beOt postloe l sme M ualre
SUque fmm ao as i- cossr
els together In mass sneag. to
oght for eheap bree, as a aews head*

la ato the rtght will come r waItht

PreeMdet Roosevelt and the Repub

11 h oa l to olea mroan, ulae
Cmensl t passes the measrul the
Mrsess as. roem**ede d p

lTb basin has appriated $1dr* In .
*** to prevle a eypt Ia the chapel
of the Naval Acadelay as a rstirng
pnes for the bear of John Paul Jo.es.

I ho mein e o olllagwood. hoo


- --
H. C P re., whor was ralie In the
MleaUpy aeltgbborbood. but uow Vaeb-
l-r of the wanee lRvwr lank at
White Sprie.e It a c ldat* afor th
l iidatun i ft. Hiamutlo county.
Mr. Pease's Al enty frMieds
will be tlad to Alf of hiM preortty
and all of themi jow The Sun in
wishlng him nscess Inhia ree tor

XCWti like It bas '
S vo vter r t.er
its mlm tU I hVii r h n"
ticket ought to be ishortr
than It will be, aod Lt .r apo r oleo
uo step are p ot tli t *bortn It
by lvleaving off* ',Pi, and
county ommltt-Wo" e' V&P favor
having a separate b"as ut Wuty oW-
ai and Kt te tierot I thedr
chances.-Brema Tbmio'Xorat'
The complaint 0t TI tIkuaDeno
ramt Is wel forand, a a tot t
National Crvpso Mi elids
NatorBm M ld q ftCdvtm moa
tle prutary baUIt, e apeeb~ag
eleowed by a State whahte
shold promalgat aIr ofi1 priP'
dlpes fr the Statke 'mersaoy. The
ballot la the LaY pftbaary tbhmid
be s uamberr neowe assrW hbwe*
ever, as tb taw b er bo s awndd
pdnmlttteg U'th e eid" ged of
aadptel g qP parpt~i tIIli to
iaftd ofoqi a Jooc of
papew. JIe-Moaty puLat W bav
bes able to priat t" *dIOiti ticket
IS the p0ut, bot t* oap be printed
In any county l t*he .ate. der th
now aw.

That it kt W nbw thbig for a RIe
publican Cogresa to bae a scandal
on Its bands, will oeour to everoe~
la 1902 there wee dharud made ad
videoo' pd0d4 thet Uthe M"a li-
landU-e O fdt Mapua that Is
Enow tx ohrgM i wI fix p
it lpbaliu st tomen, Leml
Qulmn d man Lee-usl, wer
toated fiwrs of lavitlgatlU,
but won ashedp u by a oa-lder.
*st Onai At that Utia, Cogrene
man Lasslr sid he would not tn
but ome of the Republi "ea n amM
of the CUomMittee o N lval AAit ,
and now Coapressian IAUl Mayr hIe
bu ride oe agalrat fn g(tp. Tbe
lobbr~ste appear to bi gettla m
and mon the ppe han 0t "Unew
J tgs b* w bther bMub he f get
f old o ad lte I lert ta fotrmerly.
or because b Is now a oanddate for
the RopublUia nomination for Preal
det, perhaps future will disclose.

Just now the tors are "maling."
It' the "eawtrll o the siaoa." It's
goodbye tho reowstod ke-ad good-
moMrin to the s host-thipgl--ad ts
balers "take their prolts" whmen th

biLt Itardi K.-bidyn *bre
T Ir l int .IntlftUr pro
coedSw *fr rthe ainmet of her
s"+laa tE ftarr X.? Thrw.
Mb ted ,*wr1n be bad one the Wl
.IaPtlion -tII th dobfaatat was I
rA W he i' ther nkm was cntrted.
Tbharw o mps to dmSo tbhe It.
TW* ~s9 I tthe cake wWl b served
sad a cavt trial is e peted
1 tfhe eUmtie, th two, by maut
Ai nlft will raE apt.

gMl es Severed Head
A ta&' t., Mars U .-W. 3.
b p Is, N ae oftel te qnt
tof Spark W roses, was
wie C 1iwai roajdt yard tat TWee
,4sp afboimo&. Bunsainsa was utaed

bto kI oar to 0ir iiarr t .w

It W 0 o1of.-Te So of the
arrest Tveeeay In the prto ree of
Yellsavetpol,.which borders on the
urkloh foutfer, of tMsi n Turkle
rmy office att c bd to the gemero
starf te Is ondfrmal. Several o0tor

Aortete I te vietinty of at fortress
er at Ta6s ad Itn U b poTrnaCau




For Permanent

bW Vww m a-3. __0
onN m Ma -; at dm SoweaskiniamdSMA WN e 6 di"S
13 (Ij*'rm3*'5U *0 how boy.
Mm. lomb Cmv..r Cs~trslh wmIml
Tum So* cas: p WLWm~'
wows w rrtw wa r Id W& budo*&"(
11v Ceuts A ide Awi ht uul
BaladSnow LnmitCo
SL Lmk V, UL SAs

WTh/ M


TaIp & Jaeksonille Raily

Misw Se.j, IumOWr,.l& EFFEOTIVE FEBRUARY 16, 1908.

-A fhorg Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South... ..... ........ .... 9:30 a m
turning, arriye Gainesville ................. 4:25 p m
.i Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 p r
Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ............ 9:30 p m
pr.S.Cu l R_ iintlpr Pin.i Sint I RBlrkri Tramt Mle'r

opI n

IuvI OAK, R GUF .. .llF RRO.l. (0.

Plnroof Urgency to lad upon the No. I Io. No. No. No. No. i3 o
orbat. The rdt~ nts- Danly Inoly Dalyex STATIONS Daily es Sun Only laOny Daye
spohesm for all merchants who have --.. M.-- -un
isy mesag for you, or ivitatiot to I PH PM P PI M A M
*ti d you-are filled with loaformn I 1 O k e .......... e i....... A34o l tr An i
ArArfi Asi 0 ArS4O . ,L4N II,100 LV91I LyiN
t, wit paeslon, with fltrad-mak. D L Lv Dowin4ga PArr ... ArS3iA4 L Av. r
las ts If you can, after radina AI Ar . o Jun"con ...... 4 4a Lt v
Io ari.,illllnly stay awal Mt teroi ____ ___ 4aLm0 Sprtn .i .... yS ILv I1i
*tor N tei daye-thea ymI mt bi
Ne t y-th Ooae pado a ta DoDwin Park for Ill itrino to a d from LU* Oak o Pn, ud so
almueW from the lure of wsef-tatt aS1 i fMoro7Uo faor ayo. Allo and am iitmedlaI e pont
and the beeonla smile of opportua. I7rOt no G too L s other us. 'phone or call os rMa em
Iftyi. ,i. e RsWIG. PrM0i. R OPKINS. General PMasw r eWA
I., --- o Pso
* T tarU tax bofot =nd ahbow -
35 per mt. wkhio tax on u ae Resu 4 U r
a Repla o / Av ..
Hen, H W. L0* T rhaa-gine wh O SEABOARD
ested ovoneer, deelar that a ms. oue i oA i b use it
)ority of Ui, New aglad Ashoe am* nty ecm the entire value
1r10wu1 oamp wouil gi of yoi.omi;-that is, when Air Line Railway
thlm tfr lidM. Oowaor Doul to I
the largt asofactrer of sIoe to your Uie ik penned upon a
the Upbd Itatel, and ,ays the trtl trong policy for IAVANNAH COLUMbIA, CAMDN, 8OU.
tI. haidear m the u d taM e 6 th is BAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, 80U-
It i. haritrwo. W rIU wa V ll 7 WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHIL
criUoesil td eirat mie y o uad o Cemse. win,,, i ADELPHIA, NEW YORK
for Congremam Kelfer. ao e to big blT. How
old whal wherw of the ir U ait la inr thei
party. declares. "I deot think we a4 os laWun It O rEiegat oaint Daily
get &rythti as bstaral do o I r I I, TRs Three Eleat Trins Daily:
sard to Iamelal rolet b st esl ."
Yet thse Rblala bost t "SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED"
tbhey "do tnl" "SEABOARD EXPRESS"

w. o'er o dInld "SEABOARD MAIL"
wrd tfo any cam of Catarrh that a -a II
not be cered by Hall's Catirrh C"e. TIerMIM I- 1 IN&
p. J. cutirst a co.. oe&0 o.
e. .th uad~ a CM .,O .i ow0. Modern rullman Equipment
r. J. Cbnty for the last 1s rera. Vad
believe rim perfectly bhoorable la all
bstness lirasartloMns sad Anc taUll The bEAbOARD FLORI)IA l.IM;ril._-; id lullnman v1 'rtld
able to array out any obligtloni made traitl. lat Augutine and Jacjk,'olre to Ne .* York rvi RikLLadl -
by his Iri, ~a WOhlto. DLag Car i ls cart, .,-rrR.r. Iotubl Drbal
WALIN). KINNAN & MARVIN. S B ipIg car Statcroog and Ot -rva'lnn Car lave St. AS S
Wholesale Draurtugt Toledo 0. S A m '11:A m and Jctackvoil 1: 3~ p tu dl tycludia
Hln's CVtrrb Clare takes later t B fS taw um ad ahe t n r --
all. ota dirwtly"f th e ltood sa"l b adi WWrd swr retervatIo U on ea A I
omsw sarteae of the sy*te To o*o r r
meals a Wet trf. l Primf o aS C. GQOYLTON.R ,A *J t sectiw eerr-Io0g Al
bot tll Sold bIy b L 9 JACKSONVILL FLORIDA.

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I a$ IW VUlll VWillI wIlIl


b6 bLe U Nnltl I.IlIU ME I.

ILne around Ralford rt week
Su. bg $1as $140 an acre.

The btarke Hug)* m has aaed]
a normal department tor the benefit
of Bradford county teachers expecting
h; take the uniform State examlna-
SMok In June.-
SWhle stealing a ride on freight cars
switching In the Coast Line yards in
Tampa a negro boy fel under a car.
which passed over his leg. crushing it
so that amputatin was necessary.

M wa killed Sat
rda lght l bob Robinsou in a
Sra'duerar' Omega. Both men
were 8Mo and lat Saturday they
ad e difflclty to settle and re-
Ssoorteto shotguns.
1 ---- .
Deputy Sheriff Sabate will recruit
a tribe of mounted Indians for service
Ia the Ponce de L"on Celebration at
St. Auustine. MPC. A. Dupont will
b g In another large force of mount-
et Indians from Hastings. The Red
NMe of the State will be there In
The St Petersburg correspondent
"'eof The Times-Union says: "A lot of
. six cauliflowers, whose aggregate
weight was flfty-three pounds, caused
Sthe admiration of all who saw them
This week-the product of one of our
truck fanners. In the bench was one
that weighed twelve pounds. One of
lhe large hotels at Pase-a;Grlle pur-
chased the entire lot."

Mr. 0. 8. Hardee, owner of Pioneer
Orote, Rockledge, recently shipped a
box containing one-half oranges and
one-half grapefruit to M. Rene de
Boulogne, Paris, France. The ship-
a nt left via Southern Express Co.,
on January 1tbh, and arrived In Paris
on February llth in perfect condition
k and the recipients state it was the
.inest e*er seen there. Express
, charges from Cocoa to Paris were

' PThursday mornin abont 10 no'clok


Rheumatism Developed uning,
Painful Sores on Le-Tortured
Day and Night--Tid A Kinds
of Remedies to No Avail-Wife
Had Debility and Pans in Back

L---- 1 -
My hmuband had .-. .a It.
%Zzr with rheumatlus or jth et-a
yeas. At fit t waau his besut
after a while it wasu n u a nd
finally running oe broU ot on hia
lr, from betow the ee to the ankles.
Tbre are no wordsto te all the dis-
comfort and great sufring be had to
endure oight and day. He ud every
kind o remedy ad thee physcianl
treated him, one after t other, with-
out any good results whatever. So
one day Ihappened to reed about
Cutieura Reme I asked him It
be would not try them. 'No,' said he,
'it's no use, I've spet enough money
now.' The net day I ordered five
dollars' worth of Cutura Soap, Cuti-
our Ointment, and Cutlour Reolvent.
He be to use them without oonfl-
dne tart three weeks all the
sores were dried up. The burning
fire topped and the pain became
bearable. Aer three month. he wa
qu dwell. Two year later the pains
and re came back aft be had been
working hard and had takes cold.
But u moon as he used Cutura again
It cured h. Two ea l I d
CitMuafl foor gmral debility. They
did me a rmt l ot ood and made
mewell. Thro moth noe Ihad pains
In ny bk and Cutiour took them
away, too. I cs prove this tetU-
Smonal at any time. Mrs. V. V. Alher,
Uppr Frchrle, Me., J uy 1. 1907.'

A Single Treatment
Oonltg of a warm bath with Cutd.
on a pit l aof Cu tl
CuUmu, l t. or Pill, is oftea
suflatet to tord instant rel p t
ret sad @eep, and pAont to a plr
oure ci torritnl, dSguri em
nrbat Ia.tlroitm, and lflsam-
maloM o the skin and ea p, from
lnfaney to ag, whbe all he fal.
-Zi. i

a H. H. Thorp was turning his auto- i filled with winter oottagerr,
-mobile on the South Bridge the ma. vallds and pleasure-seekers from
"chile backed through the railing and parts of the world. Many of the I
Turned bottom side up In the river, tels have had to assign late cone
with Mr. Thorp under It. )ystanders to the surrounding cottages.-T-It
took him from the water as soon as ville Advocate.
poslsble. At btis tPe t Is Impossible
to determine his injuries, but it is The Peaoola correspondent of T
said that be sustained severe Internal Times-Union says: "An immense w
.nvJurlesa and a broken arm.-Daytona saw ish was brought here Friday
Journal. the fishing schooner Carrie H. Well
-'. Mesrs. James W. Perkins and Zack and has been placed In Ice to be sh
ST. Blelby are two orange growers of ped out at an early date to Cincinni
Sths seetopn who made a nice sum The flah tipped the scales at i
Strom the crop Just disposed of, the pounds and It was the largest
Sfbrmer cleaning up $8,600 and the alt- over 100 pounds of any ever taken
StOL $,500. Their groves are out the Gulf. The flsh are easily take
north of town about five miles, and after theflrst struggle. and was caug
are kept In the best of condition. They with a book and line used for sna
will have a large crop another sea- per fishing. As soon as the fir
i. as these groves, like all others, struggle is oer the warsaw rrl
a f showing signs of heavy bloom.- rapidly %9 the surface and In so dot
SDel nd Record. fills tslf and upon reachig the o
-- facewmIat and is v to sli
S he orange, lime grapefruit, lemon, Therefore the lshermen xperien
.p s ad other tree ae blossomrng but 1lUe trouble In oaathlag them.
4m tLa great profuson, and the Ira-
Wc .of the perfume heavily scents peiel Triute ,toilaltl.
le air arou d Titaville. Springs 4 ondb Marc Us.--,oaree
I appros lag and the tourists are viag. the actor: has wrttes a lett
slg Lperfct weather. The town to the Loados papes, is whlcb be s
s* ie a sovel tribute to Coont L
~ltOl I n the shape of a plglrtMl
of rtsrra wllt tr adae Iif
all. but travollg thir- la es or pa
Tly l aft. Mr. Irr ng hfrtw r a
. B gset that -septa otote should
nI a avroldt by th pilgrise, who sh
i ire l mt and ix witH th Iopa
ran, I7 ew T iTahe mshoald t ar-Mreg
he adds, a as to nmet T'I
mar satr bftr m hachaehe there-s bso te ea a praMe t to blr
A sw way ft e e tI birthday greeting Aag.
Sthe ernet way it er the H ...
i -A-mue Sese---e r-- Se.
bed* n* o S .e. .Trf. Mateb WI.-ar WiMal

0mm0S. dgAW amber. o m. gers who rrtv fo a I Rorpe Tme
SUAm" SWO apI a UP, a day, said that Amercas seaorte
O--a w. .ere s .o .g looked p mo l
SOa h-INsym. Two three peton a Ia romp. armos o A t
4a sn a t dthe" la na other side. he said. bttewve W thb
W s Mie t"*awor t or seeal Amercaa o-urittiee are at beadee
The O *a o fmetk1401 sad that it Io asA to but saw wM
IN. .a Wy W v n w da rkthe Sfilamtal hase aIn Amrerics Ie st
Sa a san g s- ______ to
NO_ d eNo Case a o ee'.i
SPI ae 101 i- e ut et mam The to so ca se a rered of
m at an Wa IM Down (L or col revouts to -- i in
rft op the vi 99
01 -ss duingti Ss ora inus-pt=1 after ~ le'pW Mnao
to dIelas tohy wad me aed Tar has hae taba. as it w
g tw'a shra- tic. nsdf Prar eag 50 tat a pa
tr sale by 1 8 e-y ef mi .utel 8
'e f Tew ashag. Casisat a -aW
I ei pn
ammber s uamb-Des-- as s aLd ms W, NoI-
asL1 ca O


Wannee. March lk-The Sc ;\\n.'c
school closed last rIy. aft, r t ,?U
ceesful tenr of two monthly 11 i,.r
the efficient management of .' .i
Mikell. The Literary Society : ,!
ed until school open a~ln.
I. B. Itrooker. 8. T. Rol. ,,i
R. S. Walker made a busine- r.i to,
Galnesvllle Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gay ~lt t r t ,n:
a party of friends at. their ho: ,.~i.
Wannee Friday night.
The cloelng exercises of tl i; ,l
field school will be held Ti -n
afternoon, March 19th.
Messrs.'Northrop and Bertn :;;\ .
opened up their new store
The mill recently r*ted I>. Ir.\>v
son & Folks will soon be In rmnuitin
Dr. J. L Kelley paid l ia., iti i
school a very pleasant visit Tllir.la>
afternoon. He compliment,1 \I.ts
Relnoehl and pupills on the ,. icit
work tvat has been done sl i n, I.:
Mr. Ilryceson and family h , n,
ed to Wannee, and are occutl otw ih
cottage recently vacated by I. S 1mth
Mr. Northrop has also nt ii.l htis
family to Waniee.
Miss Bonnie Mikell has rititurnt.i t,
her home near Lakeland, aft, r ,a \,r'
pleasant stay with relatl\h. nl
The old Suwannee river \11 i s(ln
be right for fishing again. The. iinny
tribe may lookout.
1). R. CummlntIg. agent f tI 4
A. L. at Wannee. has erectll itic
launch on the old Suwannce
School places ridaA, Arch ."th.
with a picnle at Losg l tiefd li thit
Suwasem adver. EVeybodv itlr1
Come with well-illed baskt-
Geo. W. Roberts will have, ; l.anitih
running on the Buwannee vliinli ti.e'
next few weeks.

Given Up to Die.
B. Splegel, 1204 N. Virginia pt.,
Evansville, Ind., writes: "For ot\,r flI
years 1 was troubled with kliliv'y and
bladder afftotton, which rcttid nue,
much pain and worry. I lst flesh
and waU ds run tdcwn., aud n .a r ro
had to abandon work enttrely. I haid
three of the belt physteila whoil dli
me no Rgood and I *as iprticeitnll
given up to die. Foley's KIlii,'y ('tre,
was recommended and the tirsl' battle
Kave me great relief, and ler taking
the aeeond bottle I we pentlrely
cured." Why not let it help vou? J.
W. McCollum & Co.

Target Praetie By Yorktown.
San Francsoo, March 12-Triw gun
boat Yorktown hs arrlvrd her. frcin
IA. I'tton. 8alvador, puttlag In at MaII
salena bay for target IratUeo (in hti
way up. In the mt.t'erof4 wtirli:'
the Yorktown, it Is t ll, *as next t,
the Albany, which outlaSed all t.i
other rhipl of Admiralsiwrpbum*,
squadron. The Yorktows nlhl ta)
here cOerIl, weebk.

MyWife's Long Sufferinlllmlalgl'

Cured By Minard's Llnlim

IAtlpi iraV'dit)o64aV thait N ilmrl'~ Lnme~nt iis A grr
for ncmulgia. Mv wife h .Aut\rrcrtd lung time w with nrWS
and I have trirIt everything I kncw oer heard zliut, nd& en i 3= t
get I.- thing that would un' her, Anti the dottovi had givera bw h
thev\ waldl not o aray mtmo efor her. Aioul tthrorr wt vits she
ntwl I~vn able to do hier twin iwork &ni hadt to hkvr her head I d
ill, *Antl her nork wu obai tl that %he vilmll not turn her ead wihb-
oult Irtning her whoit' bI lv. When your aWrnt arnmc akv I
thrc' %ample itpk ttli til Minard'i l'inimrent. She uticil or, =In,
twrt t % -fvCn minutes she wa jild rto go iall aunl the hNeutee itbout
her hat l bring hbandaged, Anti toiud ilo her own mifrk aitil h srer
sinte. Therefore I tan trulv tv that Minard's tlinimont a
%ure t ur for nruralgia, And that it will dto juit m it 6f. re om WAdSI
t 't- elo ,andtolong as Godl sarr nmr, I shall never te wathut it.
4 -lit d S., Gok ouVemneur, N. Y., ]an. it, iiJc7.


CAeM of Father Heinrich g SlAver May
8@ Corlvived Tils Week. ,, CURES COLDS
thei' fli.al ta I \ auud GRIPP k Remiofve
S@n Ca....
,wit h 1:-o mnur 'r r i'i r'ilr *' leivi Relieves the itches W andteerahnoma
riL .iii, wA4 i4,l-tilt 11 *'i*14% titf "I eutftmbe No A6mooi
J11Igt W Whit!' 'ta! ill '' 0* :v &VI d
si4ll of the ii wr .ct c t ha. t h nlle I _n, _____- MUNICIPAL
t:t~iirt we(re thai the ,.i itc' u otlld 14 a i~'iE
tO ) 11itolwl v re t h a II he I m MI li I Pl ll PO L I rIC A L A N N O U N C EM E N T S
14) p C( 1Iomili 141% t it ;. v ~1rcI I ,- ludillp~hy~\Alhh Y
fore thei, clostt' ifthe' oinyatathat t FOR MARSHAL.
pr~~i'tne'r'et~itfe t so ii tthe hft~rel Oh l take' iithig mlus ia of atiteotiii to
%%, dn,'wmInty. any citintitldike) Ii'r ye' *tioet so (ma'ltY
The jury 1I c1in 'cer.1 (o fPlain bs % Ihigralai atitthi' e-lowthii April lthu.
no-no meni all lon CathWllc ,oho have 13"' 1.11"1a tivilw4'Ito perform
my duty without It"i nefavor. Anti
fitiolamliumlor exanillifiW11 U'At 111110ywwold ap~pritif-lott the support tit my
are tlot o'p soul to hanging anti g l d folloow.t':!, rv !:n thb ie ne at-
not be Inlnitincetl by certain facts. tontion to the lutteeo (t fthe' otllve In
I the future mi In the paust. 'riauking
Was Finted 10 yt)I u for lba-t st latleet, and msoeticillg
?~eWY~r, )arc 2-~v~~ Iyour lotes at the voianitag eleetillu. I
Nowr York. Ram 3.--4'b~ J. nV. Nery truiy,
'mnei, an importer of foreign nWOpa. IKN T. ARNO)W.
pers. wits finew 150 In smiaorl SSbe-
%inns Tutirday for violating the "nol I hereby Announce mywlf S cAandEll
m(4e 'n taifarhomis l' ilerairttiii-it t ito for City Niarshal In the election
Vantil %n. pirreattil by An!-lttv ('11111 to lie hIeld on the 14th day of April,
tif 'l1ul. I Lpromlso It if elected tai t'iilea'n1t
to do the dudtIs rooeired by the ordi.
I C'an nnti'""iepi plhllo'atlon. !nnances ma nea n as I possibly Can, and
a ?ule.i iir -,11 l 00104I1i1r4li 10i4 ca 4'r I Ipolivlt tile votes of all law alulding
rb' nu citiens. e'spertftally,
A FACT PROVIN. To tilt 'Voters tif 0alneuvlli.e-l take
thip mi-thodd At( nnollueris My eand1
should temlme, Eo go Is N eat *kepsdavucy ftr Marshal uf the City (o fmimmw
Oreal ofits Truth.'. I aite be'isil lis ntigt work oi
if there In hth P'ttet si.ubt in the tolmeer. i'roeitmi ynYou slid your
nindis .4 nr I) int I r,, UTdanif g.ri t)s itlirot Atluliseit.n while you Aii-res laleep1, tfor
clit, ft ier telVl? In c,1n1ioll.'t tliv thisn c'tit three )"mrs. and Icavee it It 71ou
feet itisi A t i t r i~tt heft a' iatimte', Wil 'teIt i lt*I atip a livhe'ter I heat e 'riwinaed fmy
gornis ,.cjjftjo IllJ it, six week' lline, III 1uI t
sers I'Ceflc a~ll ii taWetka lin.duty weillmid a ith InipartialitY.
It must bi apteiarot ti) anN, to'orm-" I think I hatl' been lo(ng enough at
therefore that the only ipravrcttnnt night work lte te mitled1 toia day job.
1)41e1059 Is tol d"etrucllcn ti tof Is@am-
I while mut is fpuet'eSt'inli apeeuutimulishoil (I if *le't I Irontl yeaoy a a faithful.
in ono'ti ',ero [-or evnt of rips hy Inilartial s idud emllent service. Tom
tho mpFtlll"aei,- r' ofN lflr'S h0 r Ite)I14. 1 for order. C. L KITIS
timnalrift is rae#41 hy the 4411 g"erm
whirl ,'ie'ato hal4noto ari can It anpe -
%#frjwiti h the eumnip rmedY-Nool~bfl')SUS
Arctipt ne',1'0*1'ful nolreirv the TSIANY E
9toud bY".1 eM1ad ileg 4egwtnt 3t.I """
pold by lysalttytiati 1is11 Itit. W irW In
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e.'*i son ghxibditn toan st thee e1Y" '4
arteirc in he lma% to bay. Mirmirarv'
things for pm It) bet or 1110i14
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comopetittor Ahb e ,*uokp-t ),eoc v'es Ira, '1filri

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prortics! i. good arl grc,,wiij: loirwi :. i ,,h 1#,N,



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any ad all lieas Isn Ah. ssAty.
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-cJ1-w, i~ FRIDA* MARCH 13, 1903



MXttern of Generu la t4 t Oath.
ered by Our BRporter


What Has Happened and What li
Golng to Happen Told In Short Para
graph SSo That "He Who Runs May
Read" It In The Sun.
Phone O. Mercbant & Co. for one
of thoeo nloe turkeys.
Miss Smith of Taoma was shop
pltn In the city yesterday.
Mrs. W. B. Andrews of Tlopa wa
shopping In the city yesterday.
Use Plank'a Chill Toni, S5k per bot
tie; guaranted. Sold by alldrugst
Labor contracts for sale at this
office; 60c per dosen,or $$ per bun-
J. Ouynn, a well-known cltliza
of Alashua, was tradln in the city
W. H. Powell of Jacksonville wa
amonl those who spent yesterday in
Mesdames Bllsabeth Cloason and C.
Ford of Windadr were shopping lu
the city yesterday.
Wanted-Thr ee mart white boys to
ework as helpers In plumbing depart-
ment The S. J. Thomas Co.
A new 'lot of good, fat chickens,
and a number of turkeys, have Just
been received by 0. 8. Mercbant & Co.
J. 11. Cutler left yesterday for Crys-
tal River, where be is extensively In-
torested in he Ice business. lie es.
* pect to be absent averal days.
L. M. MeKinney of Rex was trans-
acting business in this city yesterday.
Mr. MoKlnney la engaged In the man-
ufroture of lumber at that point.
II. Drake. thu old rellable harness-
maker and tmeuder, has moved from
his old stand to the little shop erected
on Ilurnct's lot. Ju4t east of Craw.
ford & Davis' Mtable.
Capt. J. I-ll has take advant-
agoof the cou vetleune afforded by the
installation of the sewerage system
and ha had his residence plumbed
by The 8. J. Thonma Co.
II. 3. (rimes, formerly of Waldo
but now Nollietlna agent of the South.
ern Exprem Company with bead-
quarters In Jat kalrvlll, was In the
city on omlMeil buslio*Mss yeterday.
J C(. It and J. O. Thomas of Bell.
two well-known cl(ttiusi of the West
ICul, were in thle city yesterday They
wire,' on route homni froin Jacksmos.
villl., where thlty htd Ini oin huni
nOeII fir the iast two or three- days.

Alachua Camp No 6,
Woodmen of the
World-Meets tonight
4t C0OO.l tonlc HaIll. \iI.IUud
brothers ourdtli( welt'ome l. tLt. J.
M. DULI. C. C.; 1.. T. ROUX. Clerk.


For do 118O Old


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101~ )d, PICKS~k.

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p 3 5`41`114n l W1iggin of Hague was trad-
nn..1 rt jk la I n th city yesterday.
iB & Attormey Christopher Matheson left
Yesterday for on professional SOMEBODY BE
Off the Street Away from Dirt and Msoslaes.
Flles-Over The Ma get, West W. H. Tison of Ocala is in the city,
SIda of e quA. a guest of his parent., Mr. and Mrs.
... W 0. Tiou,. Febl llt ,tr ,po-lit- \1-r,
Oysters prepared and cooked properly. Manager N. A. Callison of Spring IDe. 3rdl our (llep)oits \( tlt'
I teskrand chops broiled-not tried. Park Parm spent yesterday in this
Any special dish desired can be had city oo business Net lill ill (Ih o,. it
on short notice. Attorney W. 8. Broome went to
NOW I1Sh Springs yesterday. where be
Just a few words about Regular was called on professional business.
MeaJs: Morning and night, kay kind Mrs M. Tison and child of Provi-
of meat that's on the market Is hbe deoe4 after a pleasant visit to Mr. '
for your choice., ggs? why, yes! sad Mrs. W. 0. Tihon, have returned
they fo with ay aoppeor ebre-kat to thtr home. -TT. W. SHIN
order-fried, poeched, scramble r' tf I a ow in my new quarters and
you prefer, an o let. am ready to mend any part of your
THEN haraess that might be broken. Don't
Dimner: Hero's ample bll of are forget I am the old reliable harness.
from Thuradi-4"t Duek CrOamd Maker. R. Drake. i
Potatoes, Sweet Patoee 0. W. Mal of oteoca was D u 1
Pickled Beets'ttoe, lWoed TOma tramumctinl business ain this city ye.
to", NSeed s to teorday. Mr. Malnes states that the
Prom this date to ie clo0e of farmers In his section are all busy
oyster s so I will deliver to any now with their "stands" for the fall
part of the city fred others for SM erop. (\INESVILL
d o-l Cash ust ao pany order. Mrs. I. V. Iamb of Worthington
fro eri springs was among those who favored OFFICERS A
friends with a la t sandppe, ou ObGainoeville with a visit yesterday. Strong
I have the plae and you can be 11 She was accompanied by her charm. W. R. Thomas,
snred of privacy, as well asU dlem Ing daughter, Miss Mabel. and Miss President. ( fi
service. Matthews.
.W Cam...... + ,u.C. W. Chase,
We can supply you with chicken W. W. summer a prominent lum- 1st Vlee- residentn. ,"s- thla
Turkey. 0. 8. Meroit & Oo. her manufacturer of Jacksonville,
or turkey G. 8. Merchant & Co. spent yesterday In this city on bus- 0. K. Broome,
IH. r. Townsend of High Spring ness. He hI president of the Cummer 2nd Vice'-reside*nt. It'fore 1i
was aaon those who spent yesterday L0mber Company, which operate.
nll Gainesville. largely In this county. E. Turner, Attention
When down town today drop In at Jl HarriWsn i odnes left yestSr. ec'y. and Cashier.
Merchant & Co's. and select a chicken day for Klsilmmee, having teen (called W
or turkey from the stock just In. to professionally attend J. 8. Bowen, -
Miss Mabel Thrasher of Micanopy formerly or the lIrown House In this Dr. and Mrs. R. L. May r.r Jackson-
was in the city shopping yesterday, city, who is suffering from appendl- villas, who tatt* hr, l atitnld the-
and spent the day with relatives. cities. The call for a distance of more wedding or .lairn s limIlh,:rt.\ andi
If you can't think of what you want than a hundred miles Is quite a com- Miss Ida leuddinig, ha\e returned to
for dinner, 'phone 0. 8. Merchant & pliment to I)r. Hodges' professional their linim,. Mr,4. Mtv is a -lt-ter of
Co. for a nice, fat hen. A now stock ability, as well as tne city of Gailnre. Mrs. J. M. Ialle, and the-y weroi
Just arrived. Also turkeys. vlle. uft-txs of Mr. and M11r ail,' thi,.
M. A. Walla has returned from Pa- l)r. H. I.. Montgomery of Micanopy, here.
litka and other points, where he has ole of thet most widely-known phys O()i FPril.oi. Satutoday atnd Nlitiula
been In the Interest of the Southern clans and ipeeialulatm In the State, was .e will ht\.' onli display. at our -trt
Suspender Conmjany of Atlanta. Ua. In the city yesterday, having been ,pritg aind .inmminer wilihenis from the0
lie reports a good trade. summoned oit professional businle's. High Art ('Cltihlre-S of it.ltimor.' l.'it
T. A. Goode of Ilartow, presdeut Dr. Mont.goiery's practice IM not von- guara!no ct''(e. lus e(a 'erv glirniit will Ito
of the Southern Home Insurance Co., flied to hitm own comlllnlmunity ad this cut byv ai e xpe'ri enrced tailor. An lP-
which hasn Maicntly opened an office oullty alld section (of ttl HtState, but lportunit+, Ils I nli fft erd for a li~h- artt
here Is In the city on buslnesM con- li treatm n iatlent rfomnt all oer the sult at .a low iprh.. (Geit thi. Halitli .
netted with his company. state. J. Ilurkhhin.
Mr. aird Mro. I. 1k)ughertj. who ._
n. Canip of White Sprinulg. mem- -d It. hert, who
her of the firm of the t. J. & II. F. came to O tiiille to be prO I,-ti at
the marriage of thour son. .I.un.'. to
Camp Co(mlpany, extensive manufac- Mis Ida gie ddi g. have returned to
turers o u w a b w Mims Idn liddn. have returned to oT h. w | b n | ,
their home at Jackhonville. T-ly ***
toar to this city yesterday. e ,.h k ., r
Miass allie Pinkoson has returned whre Mr. Dusieu h rtyv in., ctnnetd s .
from a pleamnit visit to relatives and with th Atlantict (oa.st L.1ie. aedl 5 Cents Per Line
friends Iln Tampa hbe was delightful their nimi rous frir.nds ki re glad to
ly enti-rtalned. and is well plened welconim them here again. Fach Insertion, but no advertise-
with the oNith Florida city. meant taken for Iees than 20 cents. Six
Surveyor J. W. Patton. It V |. t ront Mlr altId ,.lI,.r words make a line; no fractional llnes,
ton and J. 1). M .ath tm.. penit Weelht- (if limre t lTh rtwill he h rdis every word over each six counting as
day a few n.ilp. ene t of the city. play it ..J.1 liurkhli', 'ride. Sat. an additional line. CASH in advance,
wht,re the were .caKiti I turn r iveIny l urdaby an-t M ridy A fit iN l aran.it must accompany all orders for Inser-
ntud dividnlg a tract ,,f land t1. In ,h.ry sarilit will te cut ct tlons In this column.
Thue city regiStration books all I e by an ,-tperienced tallr'. hi aR RSWANTED.
oewn at the oulhe ,f City Lierk J. fordr Mn e)opportuitts of artlrini high *OARDER WANTED.
M. Ihell. In the ilteld HSttes land art rolhling at low prilre. te't the HlOAltl)N WAN' I I) at ,, E..t
ofce, from Februaryy 13 to March 11. lbitl and r2enift-,.rwr the pla'.. .1 ('hur,'h Str e.
Olme hours. S to I.: a. mi. I to 4 p. m. Blurkhi,, ...
J. M. Price of hawthoru was tI it. 11 levy. Itro & t'C. ile.thing. FOR SALE.
the rcit )y'.tcvlay and called ti The hat ild fuhrnilshlan f.ir men and
tSun toi and rr'rew<'d his ubscfil- wonre-u ;as well ura hlldr., have their ()OK SAI.L" Five-Kallon afety gaN}
toman. Mir Price is one of the mant regul.rr *IPriig tairlemtllcel'iitl I iI thin line ran. Apply at Sunt offl-.'
nucerful farimrer of hI( .e*thion. aid issue. This la one of the oldest and -
states that he has for sale about noet r.-llable irnm in th*' S.uth. FO'R SALF-llack record carton tyipe
twenty bushelt of choke lh-a Ikslad offering best values Mo moderate writer rlbbons for legal work at
totton se, e leres.. They hate been dealing with The 8ua ome'
Mr. tand Mrs. V. J Hammoad of the I iote of this ,ectiorii for many FOR A ht leghor ggs for
Hawthorn wer amousl those who years. and their goods hate always ttngAL.- hi forte l A ihoru of furng
speaMt yesterday In this city. ,Mr. proven Matiafacttwy and gmd ashies Whtt. dtt, 1W t A 8atr of ypani
Halmmond has recently acrulired poe- ... 6-- .. . Whlte Wy.ndottyd. S* for the irtr
seakm uf valuable prorty in this. Apply W I. floyd. 4o9 K Matin t
dity, and may maoe his family i er F R RNT
lie ti cre of the m*t ,utccee'ful FOR RENT.
uair hantl. lin the astI Knd .......... ...

Js~re's .1,41Z % ho ulka the. ro-P1.de rue
erceullt 1 ha% I tI 0 McArthur,
hro Itltia-i thIe ctoiriart tli t be $ 3
Thomsaas i 'a41t, t.'ar vl aill ti this
uIrimnhrg %hk-b %%o%% pUt irts h, tthe
m*141'ail. %, %.A twil alit sbk+h m
tir wauit~rr % nd r 'ii itall thl' frtort'
III 141I % t1111% 4 tS 04 ec~i- i iAlla em

IMUSE r3iCRl Kr.NT--Agjl~l to J W
Veidal at drug 5ttwe

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FroR HRENT -Fl ht r ,u
tric lights and bath J


N 4. I.eett hc'iee-' e b' 1nd and
allilliticrr u-re-ail f a n the v itg0 Art
Vklthlii I o! 1.41 I .i ha t.. 5:1 j eAtargeb'.
will tl.ow- 4"! lot-ta ci .*.er -t' e'ra % ?rl
dl-,t S lteri IfVA % t-i. lt.'dAl A it Ion
olli It I C 4! ;t'd l h is1tI, tae IaqI 1 4t"
ltbhis ewiAsitwe saill two fcred at Itc-4 ,'. '
Iet %* j-#i wa I.-- th. itct I1- J suit ti,..

Chbm'Saac'i I y w owil. betv he' has i .
tbrqgr teai thOe J~ht frodali %)aa %losi it?
to reftU'vis"d 1.rrpec4"g Mup 'can
srawevade st lb'.t hat helarmur. Ofthat ?'ulte'r5
4" t aall bea". *tha1Se11*1'~
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H. F. Dutton,

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C. W. Chase,
J. G. Nichols,
J. A. Maultat
S. J. Thomas
G. K. Broome
W. R. Thomr
W. B. Taylor

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Ground Floor-Next to Postoflic.
(onveuiently Located -- et l'ri'ite


Choice Steaks and Chops, Drip Cc"ee
Devilled Crabs.
We e*fp!oy ono of the best "'ch
the hmslnes, n'- hoy or Inexpnrlenrcer
The heest eulliiDled and oldeat reatalu:
thc olti. Ir on want real ookdinm by I.L
r'ook WIlH KNoWg4 li Hl U II IMMn uI\'l'
call nv'thlnnr the market afford W ou .,
Wr. do not |iromlie ometbing for ii
lit ',olethltn for your money.
RE.I'LAiN MEALS. Special rite .
we,k. I';.ce for liamlem. gentlemen ui' -

Miss N. Norton

Novelties, Books, Sltionerl

Souvenirs, Sbeet Pictures

and Picture Frm es ...

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I'lwc ~Savinn BHanks-opm allC
c'zrlt. sill tlwin mving a po9ti'
yacir esinr We pay F 7,urr
(Cr it Intero. c'retenpuWod qnurta

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Savng 0OM p.

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