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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 14, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Volume ID: VID01234
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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VOL. XXV, NO. 21. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SATl ID)AY', MARC('H 14, 1908
ur . . . . .. . : : ..= 7 . ... .


TEN' CENTS.i A


FLEET IN FINE SHAPE


Admiral Evans' "Big Sixtee."

Of agdaleu Bay.


4 DAYS AHEAD OF SCHEDULE

At Terminus of Long Voyage Ships of
the Great Amerloin Flet Are Re.
ported To Be In as Good Condition
When Hampton Roads Was Left.
San Diego, tal., March 13.-A
wirelse me sage received late Wednes-
day night by the Point Loma gbvern
olt wireless station was to the ef.
fect that Rear Admiral Drvab and his
big battleship fleet arrived off Magda-
leio bay early Wedneeday night.
The fleet sla almost four days ahead
of chettule time.
It has bee'n known for some weeks
pag that tiho "blx sixteen" would ar-,
rive at its practicing ground ahead of
Ltme. but- t wau nevwr eimea- t&at
such an excellent showing as thie
would be made. The important fact
about it la that the four days' gain
was made on the last stretob of the
voyage from Callao, South America.
It is reported on good authority that
an omffcial rmtsaag was received frotq
Rear Admiral Evi'an hnitelf -by the
local wlirvl+,-s s tatlon Wodneeday night
to be trin-nlttf l to Washlngton. It
wau to the efftwt that Admiral Ibrans
reported to \Vashlinton thb an had
arrived at the bay with 9'a the shipsof
the fleet in better condition than when
they sailed from llanipton Rouas,.
and he i t'e*ia now ready for any
emergency il a nia.) ariM, aud that
the loeot i propaMrd to .all for any
detlinatlon at an hour's notice.
The importan(o of this nilm.esae Ia
overwhoening Tl'he eyes of the n'tillre<
list of navnl of,'t'.,: practlrlli) ciP r.
citizen of the I't;t11 'l State, rniid e <-n
the entire Wor!d 'were expectantly


awaiting the. shill at the teriilnus of
the long voyage it to the effect the'
voyage *' ioni hae4 on tho ship. Now'
that word ha t. le'n rieelved that the
entire fleet iA In Cen-t beLtter Crnell.
tko tlian at the time It started out the
mammotrlh rtaal unisltrtaking is ed with glr rlix .sc-cess.

NEBRASKA REPUBLICANS.

ateai Convention Met at Omaha--Taft
Sentiment Prevails.
Omaha. Neb. March 13.--Te state
convention of the repill,:lran party ,of
WIebraska met bere Thurs4a) to w*,o
Ject de!gateu to Uie nackmna r. cven

The orttivlenrt for Taft was ainrmr
ietly uluslnious. The l.anras'tr roui
ty de:eMati(o. which as e.ant to, the,
convention on a Roxevelt platform.
was badesd by Jwu Allen W Field
a avowed Taft man. sal caasldsate
S. r delegateat large.
p~r the month precedng the rnaen
tioa lae was said about opposEtio
Io Taft. but If there was say mU.
mot of that asture Ir the satberiag
It failed et erty to amert teat lf ofre
ko roavetloa was calle to orer.
Tie point of ifaercelt durtl ffie hfw
MP wie the 41!trlct oieeTvtios that
IM to afet altrtet 4aregaile to the
Satlio t er t tiret

Vaokeble Treotlng Mer 'D***.
New Havesa ('oe Maure II- -lt
e0rt. a tmwcias hors owed by He'
AeWa of this city. wo osead Lde
to t stall at the stabLe at kr:
vetairtey sarlao Wletl e lar. el ah
Ia alkw to have bes de to mr I attr
ps Lealag. ad4iklatelle taLmIoh the
tabe whirb sa to l rtedg ItheSe t
tees threat seoe tle ae to do dty
t pLac of a de4ectve trarhea Net
bearer wsa ared by tCwtbe t r a4
wa. w a vaied4 at t M H a- a ren
4 of f1 4 ist a eib htbe rat e Tw
e lk ew 'o thle pwrptrlr ab bae

i td e o- w so A Mywg Pwerp. 4
JaciW*& ky Maers It --The )wr
to the re.a 4at iaba 4*tac f tarTgwa


hart t a t^ ou e of Threwi
u'1ant j Ia we feetr*4.. d rtag lb.
Iawshxea teL fee d so ta retpos

-Wmo. u40. Te 0 ao*
baseme am lll ll


CELCBIATU ANMIVCR&A"Y.

At I|Mghtlyeven Ient of savarla II
Mdi HNab and Hearty.
Mulc;i, March 13-Prince Lultpod
rei'et of Bavaria, celebrated the eigh
ty-seventh annlveraary of his birth ot
Thursday amid a bridlant gathering
of the Bavarian nobility.
In the oroning the prince recelve
telegraphic congratulations from EI m
peror Willim and the heads of the
reigning hour of tt empire. as wel
as felicitationi from abroad. Later
there was an immense military smreo
ade before the palace in which the ea
tire carrion of Munich took part. The
prince replied by appearing at one o0
the palace window and bowllg.
'Th effect. of his many years arr
almost unnotlceable in the peron ol
the venerable recent. tie Is in aplen
did physical condition. lls limbd
maintain their elasticity, hil muscle-
are still hard, and nearly every lId)
he deflea wind and weather and unk'r.
goes the hardahips of the chase.
The Bavarian people meem to have
forgotten the existence of King Otto
the mad ruler of their country, -iho
ha4 been lterntd in a small palao* in
a suburb of Munich since 1S G.
The Bavarian parl!,inilnt woult bharr
made Prince .nlttpoll king in succes-
alon to Otto had he not refumetd to ac
oept the loot.

SPECIAL INVESTIGATION.


Representative Lilly Corrects Impres.
amona that Had ieen Created.
Washington, March .1. -TIhe ip|e-
,:...l committee appoiltotl ti -Speaker
(anonn to invtstlgate thl charges
cn4rt by the Flfctrle lIhcle aomimnan)
It intllti oii<' legi ilutlti restlllriteel it-
Satltnlg. Thuraiday with all it1he fi
liembe.r of the< cortniltfte' tlro4m-nl.
and thu spRclous nrom In ahlilch tho
oonirritte is sitting werl l filled with
newspaper men and it l.ir lnterveixted
specltaors.
At the opening of t.,o P wNln Mr.
l.Ille) adl that he ds-lrild t(o cerri''t the limpree
Jo)n that had hie'ii rtenta'.l b y the reo
)port (f it ei commrlnittlw' to le to he le'l ham
he hlad chiirl! tat's rmnoiinht.. of cion


SreIrim hibl hhefn rthrl1ed. ie0 dcirilul
hi af hi' had nmadinl 'iech crhKrite, hilt
salad that tip to the preMsnt tilim hlt
acitr'oee ati4hl havef- hel.- ole'!y nAgAlnst
the F.Icltric Iloat cmnlrany Santi Its pre-
dtecec uri th" HIolland cranpsril> and
had covered thle sollln that there' cnm-
l. LA mh ..e *f......-#


p iU i hadu inld an r 'Frt to 1 lillUneicea"
leltllhatlinm b)y roe resa.

Widow liven $1.500 In Court.
Malaoo, (Ga.. March 1 'll s um
of $1,.60 was given Mrs Hlenry Kewr
lor by lihe orlvary's emart Wadeao
day afternrn Phe Is the w$j4k of
the late Henry Kaeilar, of tla city.
:lader the state repulatioa Mrs.
Kesoler had a right to claim a yearI'
Support, and a board dldeed that the
Oul of 1. lio would he the rope
amur t. In the ordinary's coort redi.
tors of the ate Mr. Keasr bourgt lth
prymeet of this amouat, lad the cort
tally deid&4 to alo bher (1i0. The
me wwa as later Itlag s al s llaed
for reral bours.

CIaCher Op*Fted weewely I1l.
New York, Mareb 11 -s43re
Or ewer .W of to late Cales
rmcrker, of rraseledb. Is raepoa
edl ert mo y ll t his bor Ila Int
*aty f-rthb trOe r of akne ot o..
i vbki d4o' l@ 4 wlie he was I
NMes&e reeoely and itres easred bl l
rwars to thi rity y (t s rPtd
at a eolta u e of pbyirti bS4
bow asod aeG adat Oepetlt wol4
he pnrm4 liartutay Mr. Creek.
r wias hr tie rl plWr0 of
the oioshraen Par@erallii.


Now O ofma. Ipf II a-.
1er ay e I wUm m er mld tmea
wall df tShe paab pri be adm


ese aha ts a r*O aN y. Vae a i
SoUbwe War ofaW ot'. 4C


On esta wswii of tdomI


Am.o wI e"


I


I


MEN I HMIL OF LEAD


Rltwld tlid Betweevn Chilla

Fwem ad Strikers.


MACHINE GUi WERE USED

News of a Qreat Conflict at the Ni.
trate Beds of Chi Has Been Recely.
ed in Which 2.00 Men Were Laid
Low, Most of them Killed.
gan Pranelsco. MUnr, h 1:1 Mlalchi
guon operated by i, i&N o nment
forces of Chile In k er at Cietfllet
with drikecrs at the iat' be,'.ts land
in the city of Iqulqu, '.i'i 2.'*,e tmenn
low. nmolt of hese ',1.- k11h,1I, A>c-
oording to advlces ,, <,*-i.tl WehAtfu.-
day by the Australlai: -,'.cainmr Chris-
tianwrs., arriviag di i from t'!ille.
Billiailei aIt lq tiUue' '('! li t nevY.
er booll lelJousaly tli '1ll' ,l hv ny.
thin but ,eartliaunker %.- iiiralt!nvr


POSTAL SAVINOG BANKS.

Senate Committee on Postoftem and
Post Roads Considering Question.
Wastiii!gon, %latrch 1.1 Ciii1ite'm
AMh to ho t.ituc ui~lti tto save .thelIr peti
Mop1), ) ia I. .4t iv 41the jxiaital isavingii
batk hI111, to ho rviiported by the .u b*
commnilt co, of t he' enatee commiltteo 01
post ral*e which ti consideringt tho va-
rJk)uA 1b,.tal bantk bllit.
Tht i v\similitcv expecth to cintplitce
f.4itork lritle It hai before It thol
Ul% lt r I-!uckice t-A l 11%i irtels u' i artr.
Burkelt a*ndl Knoix the letter hoIlng
t h. wi iutv fatorcelby I'ottmas for
Oeneral Ni. 'or Tho e.cointntltex ha.
taket' ih4. 'ee't fe'tutree of all (if the'
hills nawl li ti Ot'itilu % hat It hlleoveee
tobei- hi'11%nt-pii-tlet r'4fa tiucutenre mg
,10 be' til e.. I ml 1,4 expim,101( 14) nY

tract flic' leli -ti 1 Ini t (iifromt t11%
('artier tell! It pthi sieie'efor tMe'%Al(,,
by twittolvi-tli 44 tw ~i e!, e tei-ht) o hM
ni1e11 t: pl Ap thi d ,1ts111Yurchattiv
i t eneel tir it,' vtel. lti'. le ll

1h(AI I' !ttill NAI eel it' talj vul~c i for


when t the great armty %% 'ke' ts itA,.n A e sl" I aO fllt tft O'IN.$
on strIkec. One tr~ite o :'i. IIt I10ztrtst Ier-
occurrod, until soMkl' fne etrtll.aie INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS.
met itothotitstreets '(i t oie c oni(CI
the outuklrta andh. ol) l':nti vact' Out of 500 in Chicago, fty Were Re.
otGhs. ported Unsafe,
eleing orilvrod to d41*(tMrc*~ rlarch II teie titf
mes away Ittd Wull t I l tI Ile ii t le t t lrlee jWueh' e1t(1ItIt
polled oi nle.d fire M i tI!#*'1I1riMle, and peteet lilal 4".i.611
and literally ntowed iit!it e, ii. It!%). Wa l IIIIhl MtWt l'ill'e1iI
T te but! little a l t letee)1),t 1, 11 14t Il j it iit.ta ef i :cr ir e' dletwi lm.ii eiiii
back, even had the)1 `11 d le fi lltAc e'itiltfi cct 111 iIllelttgt4,4tn111l I
1Aspatill uptinn tlhoenr %. j : Stwiui.': h iC'''ri Knight (Wllt ef Mre
his tolook place on .1 .. 1, da d Ae 'atonut fifty acho's'sei-te
toilla'wpei b)- two or I -o 1its firt? i- f4,14te iteri tee il-' Ittsaft'. Aridl ttetrI4e'141111
I 1'. I 'I'saI n .eeeeei n11111111t '(' A iet' test cieange be na e' ,lic e
whiat fipec ihe' te erallaut 1-.v i t, 11 e.'
ialin b.ti f 155c4I t Ie't'l 'c.from private leew
'A eekbt'.a hizii ~Kt~iri. ten. 'i ts ei ~1jaiultnira fteisin petielit
A.gribei4ent. the it::lkifr,4 writ It h k 1td 11111111.0m th ibreetneel *Iltharrestla Veer vIlee
woirk altiout I te e-xjn #d I li 101,111' lortie uu t rii eI*,t o lte It % 1e 4e Ilic,
wedge s.hIi n flit-he t lctian, eef u acul e'hl eir iet
It was.reporte' heat tho riici . t et' h It'I *htti tl hf ly t r*c. f`111.111 I', tr ee
ero will voluntaill y Increerte t,.,, let) ,I filttosstillm l ri r-iuto.1ft!
of rIt u )' of the-Ir %I.iiolo34.e it 'r;l it dp lrout1y il.fire
4 _ fr hrull-ling despuly st qVIIIIAG t '14-14Y
ALIAS1 TRIAL AT DENVER. I-

Case Qven to Jury-efeindent Stoic.
ally Awaim Result. IPor We G rowTng Evils of Congmistion
11itn ,.r, ('ole t,%l rch 1 3 e'.'i ft, of Population.
hare suggestion itf''masket I .: %*#-'Nes March 1 :1Ite'. eg the
as bil l u ly eefe'rff- bet (3 1IlN,111m0 AI le: I e I ntoM m t hc ieeemm li igotI i iteIrirt
aweits sioeirah'y fierepifli or hip t'1f "' ct, eity 1#08 th" M`41 "1reetiely IS#-.
on the corge' if ,having murerej. j '"ic.I rtr the mgrowi e vil. a#f ceptine
fthe'r I e Ia 101irehe. ion of popultalen o fthe 0IIfaII t f1*
Thee eipdcrtiee Veer the defm ose e was eiW a beWte at hee MU M (eu ifut relliul
MiltipWelieineedWy0% 1 nt two HIrtoF7t
witneswe were cr.alnll ond ehile flu.n ir The nuovin frl fartaris el! (i fithe
theOM, rM Rarn 'i. Tati. IPi ItA cIII r ty was aonh'tlre" pfrn tthe
hilliI. ttIolenIt ohat he con icire I0 te' st ttb teJemphwUUC othf'r lloflS
wIarie of rat'r lje insane. basing l *fotoy f cMa(romian an dl eot rap.
I e oplalo ule'n the taut tf act111141the titiranewitaltiosln 0 eftl t
11surfler Was withecett panwrentt wiv "lerrome the ulsadvantagrc elf h.'llsl
%a ex plailtlevnelf &'s tlerfritilel art St s lonne uttasie from ti0e center a.
other than thu gIven by him in aIl arllr0
Was olmed an i rwi emodene, of any O Wf t I lt Mee uro
Oft "saoew Fasee'r I" I Npriet. iat AUse a, ma it. 13O -Ye.p g.'ier el'
eseval have hre's peese teelm at (be 0oua. .Olesel a rewsrd of SIto
tifel. ow 1W" 811of11he 114P 14"Jiftwwm
"W. eM was 61gWas to this jvV who. a t dewd ata. inardifrS Pawsi
741rs111 cfter briof gualses m broker Joe* reowlls in bhi spsee "f
Mrurtioms beutmes as tm ikour etrw II We&
muamed we *41 day7 agolhat the
1*e. Seeinwt cosmesg 114lath ppes 0 *ould osff a rfsed ef this
111Fl--. Ala Mareb 13 a mSa",,, ut thbrualpap" ash
MNawme m s srorfs sa bwee.Wftram 126 1 0laga Io fIr It w 0re 17 'Se 4
pestetisok Cf Mre Tbalr nseiieU wseatod am he efseaUTO .tri ,Wedbees
Oi W a ,Pe atlf ilmee ov0r the A16 asp ? With oelltr towards atll o
be= OMtGrt usterl MarC1 77. De fr law. the 'soal reward mnstaMabl f'O
mehll I M4,t h4?ot Is to the Scort tt e s te vD cacus te Is 3o0 i
t"at the 111t0 mu0::t 1 the Asiebai -- '
ar"I 94"n aft fi, "r~p the I '
Greaftsi of ta a'17. aindwig h 6110M Fi0 r Pe e at Wo w Deem u' __
evrell Cf Mareh 7. mmd pe as ur faler Ala war^ 13 -g% 0
*meg5Urm~nbam ~l~y Seer 34#'#it ForVce'tilmilip aili.IniotaUsifiat,
ar~ PI~n~er d~eerla.le a I~ met aenwa1H 1CI r~~U j ~- v. I i
do-flaman is am 11 "WIM, L 'Vost"I I'm M"Vitte ist rimr New Iftw
t allofth t1 W 't ,1. 11110 half ? dC4 si Of 1,04t 4r1 4lt4
VW606WL 9 W 0'.1I' issatellvr rutmd.the,* sxj e. V t 61 -. M.4 ,.A" doMIAwa !IL


Pt~W~ tsbt uwar* 13ti -t r


me &Me ete a: 18 1"dI by an O
LUtineatr ire te~ee.4Se ~Ikam.1
bwIs meeso, K t.eemte
A Ct '-- P- -_A


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dw Soto I


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WAR CLOUD LIFTl


Aggressive Action Aplgt Cili

by Japa Not Likely.


THE TATSU MARU INCIDENT

Press and Public of Japan Are New
Favorable to an Amicable Sette.
ment and Not to Press China to Sig
tlorecs-May Agree to Demands.
T''itk'14l.tI cit v iha1'1Ph 'it 4 m ng do-
till iltl it-' pre-ill attiel fhe' peiloahi to
.1al'aert fill. ngug re- hiie st 'tla against
I ii: ill 44 lim ~t'1i'ee % ti t he It'letle at.
(.Lt0 1 4 *k Ilt I I I k!




1,c 1 111 i 14 l 11it
It I All a",rl xn. i t I 'it4.o It.e r ItaitwI
&t Ait, 1141 ufg4ots the girnmont to
10 .tI' ll cci-14411t.e t he tir, Imkle, o
tI'.. -4.I-vct,.1 Wit W it;" ee I 1111111, to @-'
t -1 -i i I I I itf t Jit.104140 I t cu0 4 I I ite
Al~e git vi w.I i ttil. ir% cttie't'rit
Itic' 'ee, o r, 4tPf ;c mAl I t-mle, iiee'el f. ir t h
ilmt, oe r l: tt s 11e 11ge titi a (1 11,14111

Sl l i. e I oc ci i jo ilug g reotr i a&1 It
ito etl11141tit 14 Vetil 11ist I I Fee itei cl"'00te Of
waeti C'eei-iM l'e'iiviehltlmend ie'.'. Aib
m$1N14 chit' iri-4teIreuf ntarltno.are

3 4km litlll'l, ir c("N1111
Mciiornaldl, ba hol(Ilole'titly couifor.
0114144 Wit' INW ''tti'Ijtliiit. ilayaaisl
'l11e. fepre-lofl n m411714111 etthat mo tab
lutiti-keii iihbeati, l.~iqmtetiolIn tho Igs1t
tloor, hill t tohee bi.'Is .txircceiteeeithat tho
flt'.tce.Ii i mlte lay 1"I.'. i -ltet rtete
lit we'll It, frn,, it viso e 'I t it Its-3
ferrii. Cl tecI 'hoi u i t 'I .ct vi e aitial yvAagt
t.- the 4e611aaeaeees W .11lognIn inceposdor.
at lotf, woea flobl tev-iolvIt t e Ilie, 1, &rl 4 fJak
P~en t111t a ellnuier Mneeh will bittkept
lbiplil ol' #e11,0 gf e e.


WAR ON GAMBLERS.


'1111 Stick" Orders Inviestgalenl So
Stock Trading Methoft.
Wccashitiifteeti.tare h 13 I'riiluimtt
HR1111kt1%4ll1 Iirt tl direvvl )Iferl ivirl KfM)X
141111111, ( .1ilia u ei s t'ic-el r K WeEll
tn Inolntollu~ae thiseIIlctheeclfc e4)( buivi
trailing teittaa vie. eof tcruifahlivagtrio
basils@5iciushle, "fr111111" 1e41.dceieeta teeS.
ullatnlog h ih prvilst cis
The elifilculi y 11 %roewtiiuei of alt.
te itiftlre v. 41C'f al rc'tII IIs te of the
ftrmife'r *ftec ks.-i lee will rpeirat
to e't: tall iereirv aly avulng e'onatraCt
and t othe "anipa inie'ear ak ton'ill-
drane'c to eigifluate traniterb, sand II
is munmiiltf eml Inltoofar thee* puarpeame of
proreeeeetlta cifi nnund prlcaiplae that
thol Invi*llgtkeu Is teing u
Ireeldent llseevI b hal



TANGLED IN WIRE PENCE

Unksewi iMa om u rd with Hiel Need
Alomt Seviered from His O".
millay, Now., Warrh 11IY W1ith hWe
i..d mearla a*reeet frlern s bin boi rY
the reesult of ias ea1roirtleumsat with
barewIrole f a'a r *mrnlThis PIN*e. 6U
91111 alive, the blpwee of as n eva
ft", a efeger. wr, I0t4d
l41 by the rstlvity v rwy W
He was ash) ,-ere,&c I rwrb

The mob Ali I (ITilte rZIN T18day
0441% q 11eu04 lis a :0-ket few 11iats..
CIv lbf, eaaa'teed arfc.s4 SbofelMW
LWa ftr or"ase %* s1l flou r essp
esr*4 In tho ctrhstliis,
IrlrrF f. v I I f-10324,
S"jDrel84 feaLcee'r ulct *'r .4' ltnlr (s-


I i. 5h mmj


m-~p'( Ui U' 'W W'ol*I WWW 'PW"
Or. -: 1'r' AUdl)eeigl 'The e4Oelb Mkae-r (Is
t to opt a' I llaemeeesows Pr"!d 1f p t -hlkf '!he e
reef em'e'r.'ef by Iuin's.ce 1hI*I hls ~
Kesea- ,t eer'sea, nukagrroi ute' ol, wees n el rI
ow'o4 t J Wm Pusy Tae leaId
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MARCH 14 I 8
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RA GROWERS

'WANTEER otDRESS-
|MAKES

tl iminatio b,' Transportation A K
S Lines Is Unrreasonablt,
V-0, 10__..


S CHARGES ARE VERY EXOR31TANT:

Orults and Produce May be Shipped
from Havana, Cuba, San Juan, Porto
Rico, and Other Points at MVuh Less
Rate Than from Florida.
The Florida Fruit and Vegetable
). nippers'. Protective Association.
which found its origin with the
Oainesville Melon cGrowern' Ausocia-
tion a little more than a year ngo, and
dt -whlch Frank D. Warner of this.
i dty has the honor to be president,!
Is ued a circular to the growers
st Florida regarding rates from Flor.
Ma and competing points, which Is
i bound to prove of Interest, as it shows,
ithe great and unjust dlicrlminatitm
pf the transportation lines between
Florida and other poifit,
S Represftatives of the Association,'
Stcludtng Presidept Warher nnd other
pPminent grnwers of the State, ap
pared In WaIihngton, before the In.
S terstate Commnrce Commilion, ,on
S Fehrary 6, to represent their side
of the case In a complaint filed, ark-
l tg for more equitable rates on Flor.
id perishable productr.to all markets.
The argument nas taken up before
Sthe Commisslon, but owing to a pror.
Sursr of time of that body with other
Smatters, the henring was continued
Until the Isth Init., when It wol be
Sremuned In Jacksonvllle.


OREAT VAN AMBURO SHOWS.
This Famoue Tent Attraction Will be
In Gainesvt'l' Thursday.
With the aid of Imagination somA
fairly adequate tdca of ancient splen-
dors' may be fornwd. Magnificent
chariots drawn by Arawban stallions,
i h ordi of elepiantit and camels carry-


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The nervous strain through which
drexsmakers have to pss at certain
seaasou of the year meems almost be.
yond endurance, and frequently
bringpon nervous prostration, faint.
ing spells, dizziness, leeplessness
and a general breaking down of the
feminine system, utiUlife seems
altogether miserable.
For all overworked women there
iL one tried and true remedy
LYDIA L PINKHAM'S
VIEGTAL COMPOUND
restores the feminine system to a
strong, healthy, ormal condition
Mrs. Ella Griffin, of Park St. Can.
ton, N.Y, writes to Mrs. ll0ikham1:
** I was troubled for three yearn with
female weakpeas, backache. painL lu
oy aide. and headaches I was most
miserable and dlwoouragd, for doctors
ave no relief. Lydla& Pnkh
a- -.. I".. a


Association ClOcular. vetaole h oMapound broine uact mty
The following circular, Issued by slimade me feb~ ntter t
and under dire tion of the Florida
Fruit and Vegetable Shippers' Assoia. FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
tion, will prove of especial Interest at For thirty yearn Lydia K Pink.
tlis time: ham's Vegetable compound made
"It is not gpleerilly known among from roots and hertb, ha been the
Florida fruit Hnd vegetable growers standard remedy for female ills,
*hat this Association had filed a and bhaposltively cured thousand of
that tbhi Aeoclatin had lerd a co women who have been troubled with
plaint before the Interstate Con. displacement, inflammation, ulcera.
merce Commlnirl in an effort to *o tion, fhiroid tumors, irregularities,
ere more equitable rate on Florida Prkiod pains, barkache, that bear.
perltbable products to all markets of Ig-down feeling, flatulency, indigps
the ooatry. and the establiIhment of tlon,dlizinessornervousprutration.
aroad rates and a carload minimum n Why don't you try it
to batter markets, and to all markets Mls. Plakham Invitea all sick
et Iavored with.both carload and less wome1 t o write hel for advie
lbe has guided thousands to
0(ha carload rates. The ca. wAR health. Address, Lynn, Mae.
SOatly heard In Washington, 1). C., on ,,,
February 6th. 7th and 8th. anld owin l-
to lack of time was continued until RACE RIOT IN NORTH CAROLINA.
SMareh 18th, and transferred to Jack.
Sonvilll. Fla. Greeks Had Replaced Negro Laborers.
"In order to show hirlefv thi, dis- FIve Greetks Fatally Wounded.

ertmlnaUtlon agalnst Florldn I,.hluct. Charlotte. N. (', March 13.,-The
attentloa In called to the follhwcnl I1. replarlng of a orn laohnr with Greeks
eiattions. showing freight follow gs by a company at Ialhaven, In the ex,
treme 'eatern section of the state.
a various Florida products raltrred -I to a race rk,t Tuesday i9rbt.
with retlght charge on similar pro The Greks osccupled house on the
4dets grown elsewhere. but conmpltllig (cmpaly's property, a1t1 about sixty
ta the same markets at the anmr neingres, well armed, attackLe the for.
"Orangp-Froti Havana. (uba. to (t, a nelghboriln camp. The Greoks
TNW York City. 34 cents; San Juian. are utanrmed and offered practically
Fgeto Rico, to New York City, 364 no rutlttAsce.
e~pi; Kaiston. Jamaica, to New ire of the Qreek& arr r pt rated to
STek City. 1, 3 eants; California. all be fatally wuand4A
ilriets (over 3,000 mtlle). to New Beliaves Is a village without polee
Vrk City, 83.1 cents; Florida. Ar. phrtection and the authortte of Beau-
gila. (Olty l.~oo tullns,. to New York fort county appealed to the governor
ity. 75U% cents. for mlUtary protection, a etta tI uas.
"Pileapplee-From Ilavana. Cuba. der the crdf eeoMUtve's orders, the
to New York City, t r crate,, 39% Watballtoa Light latatrt wue arO
eats; San Jan. Porto RIro. to New ed to the sene.
Tork City. t1% cents; l.Nlray (all
Ill), to New York C(it, iet"t Iavana Iil Mobilet, to Clhcago.! '~51 Take LAXATIVIE IROMO Quinine
sta: iDtray to Chicago, t1 c rents. Tablet. Iruggsts refund mnore If
"'egetable-Tomatoo. from has It falls to cure. I. W. OROVE'S slg.
vaNa to Cblekia, S1 entst; touatmws, nature Is on each t b. *25.
&e4 itoyntc ton Chlcar". 51Kt4 conts,
I atoe. Crystal springs to Chicagi. Sittesm by Ratt'eeake.
Sesttes; lettuce, New Orleans to New t'arter*i,.', .a March 13 -Jame
Terk City. 43 crut". lettuce. IPlnmrtto Ctratford. a prominent ctlisa of
to New TYrk C', e3 cent. l Celervt <'aesv1tle, eetr tis ctt Is dantr-
Lfr Anget to Iknttm ttL 4 t*'. ,miv. mil flrom tthe hets of a ratil
e ,tery. Itafod to Iostat1. 3 'cent. ,aake ',i r nallctcdl upn hilm ubl!e he
T"Cteumabpr-FroIai New Orlatt*o to was ton his cerlr taSitag up ptatr#
)ow TYork. per crate. 3' ounts,. \ %t:t. pick'n up thel jtaito Mr
Ohadlda Ue to Nrw York. 5: rwts t'rsaforti ft'r: .. t thing 'as himnt I
"Tl rate to lower from. (atllfotila 'ke nt lr rT h.-rs ttr it h e
tO Prsas. dtetan ce of Oer ,t W 9" ' t 1 aitn !~: ,e'- '.
aiMe. than fhg Sanftro to luto ao pi'h te1* l. 'r I ', i .
W l y l M1 m tl l .cr1 1 r , , v e a k." ,. .
'Similar meoWrprtlone r-M be nm.e ' -
to all market It tohe emutry. shos.
tog dlwrtilnlattm agaimt 'ktrlda m r..t>.r'tis . .. r
the iart of the tranlauwtatlte r*mt n, ar.a t .,r r It I,. t 1 ,it
tee Hon tiuUc kir egr ill ter ': r ,% I 1t .*1 . r. .. :' %-..thl
144Ida ,.,. sld ,, *.. r katrl taken ak (r r nt l.tl. At a,,< ,lr..g .t,,:,
the I i* t!nt rtarteK aM.npan r ___ .-
thalt t-o t., thrdta. o ting to brr

'Orowr pt tanetb r Oratni eAtO A
awl oa d county u rtatlos.ad to A NSo
-..- rn--- - .- rt .- .j A k 01oho
e wat Cwi"tb the Wtat, oraes bom AGO
w to w oblpb ty ay m fat e tI e d bow
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Ing llkanersnr n arrors In chain armor,
sacred dattle a nd arts of golden
plush, bullocl.: c rtd by lher trap-
pings. odd conveyances harnessed to
alophantr, camel teans and natives"
direct from !ndia. all take part in this
production.
The Van Amburg Shows carry a
large amount of live, stock. Horses
numbering 300 have to, be cared for
every day. It takes tons of provender
to feed them and the menagerie.
The animals of the menagerie are
generally of the mopt interest. The
hardest and longest lived and most
Intelligent is said to be the elephant.
Some of the largest of this show are
used to push the heavy wagons and
cages alout the lot when the show is
setting up.
One morning an elephant became
enraged at his driver and wheeled
quickly and struck at the man with
his trunk. The bt.aty eyes of the ani-
mal glistened as h,* trumpeted his an-
ger. Tbre keeper nahbed the big brute
with his whip and subdued him with-
out any damage benlg done. Had the
man been hit by the blow It would
have killed -him. When an elephant
gets so bad that h<> is dangerous the
owners have the animal killed, and
the next season a substitute takes his
place, although the killing of an ele-
phant means a loss of several thous-
and dollars.
The moat delicate animal is the gi.
raffe. They take cold easily and often
die of hasty consumption. Seals are
hardy, but they are difficult to train.
Probably the hard',t animal to train
Is the wild African zebra.
They will not glv,, up to man. They
will be killed before they will obey.
Sometimes hbytrids are seen, and they
resemble the full-blhxded animal.
The Vau Amtlrg Shows carry
vcryhthlng that c n he found In a
good-sized city. With the aggrega-
tion is a blacksmith, a barber, har.
ness-maker, two imlnters, gilders,
cook,. bakers. electricians. a minister,
two veterinary doctors, the show's
own attorney and its regular family
phvhiltan.
Two exhibitions are given dally.
rain or shine, and In case of Inclem-
ent weather waterproof tents Insure
ample protection and comfort.
The show will be here Thursday,
March 19


TO THE PUBLIC.


We Are Agents for Parisian Sage and
We Know the Guarantee is
Uenulne.
P'arlsian ~age. the quick acting hair
rvmturer is guaranteed-
To stop falling hair.
To cure Dandruff.
Tu cure Itching of the scalp.
To put life Into faded hair.
To make harsh h&r soft and luxur-
lant.
To make hair grow or money back.
What Parislan Sa1g did for Chas.
8. Baker, it will do for you. Read the
following:
"I Ias so bald and nach a shining
mark for m v friends that I. as a last
rew.rt. tried >our Partisan Sag
after trying i-%eral bottles of the
htihly adverrtld and high-prkwd so-
called hair reitorsrs) and I am glad
to say I now bave a heavy growth of
new hair. I au now 44 ears old and
I have a heavy growth of new hir
after carrylug um vshlning mark tor
o\er *et ru )ear I gladly reco.
unad Parisian Sta to all alicted
with haldunes ---Chas 8 haker. 491
Maln at. Kast Hochbtrw. N. Y.
It Le thle imMt ideliagttl hair drewr
Inl made, and i: a great fasrtite with
la.tt t who detwr tbtutlhul and Itumr-
lant hair Pric,' 50 eats a b ott
at W M Jobhnt or by mall charges
i'r.,T-t4 trot, C. 'vuS Mfl Co hfue.
als \ Y
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INSURANCE


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Cover Tour Fire Losses
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With a psicv if, one of
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DEII\'ERIED ANY PART OF THE CITY


Brown.Jenings Hardwood Co.


ABSTRACTS OF TITLE T L P H 0 N E
.ro. S I full lnoral ion i
furol*sxel rl oii:itra Indi in 1 INES REACH
A I. .C II 1i' c(u NT 1' 80 TOWNS '

ABSTRACT I REALTY COMPANY Eait Flor ida Tel.pne Co.
E. .voYI .. ,manager. -LIoqg istastce Systeq-
Firn Aticdeint, linrglary
Iuld indtemnity InurinATT RI
AU the promloet Amertkin ad F.lr'tb DRY BRI
eoas ,rpr ,woete. Any Quantity-Any Tinm
REAL F TAT---CITY L()AN EAST FLORIDA TELEPION1 CO.
E E. VOYLE, E. Fla. or IBll W'hone %U bwr


OAINESVILLE. FLORIDA


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OF THE CIAUTAUQUA

MIu HoKUtr Held Interesting
MItiUng ot W. C. T. U,.


AN INTERESTING AFTERNOON

Feature of the Afternoon Was Lecture
by DeWitt Miller of Philadelphla.
Which Was Inspring-Moving Plo-
turns in the Evenin.
At 9:30 riday morlag Miss Hol-
Wlater held her W. C. T. U. meetUln
and also the undivided attention of
her small though appreciative audience.
Bo many of us have but a faint con.
Septiom of the wonderful work that Is
belag done along these lines, and
we beg of all wlh can to hear this
charming woman who tells in such a
bright, Intelligent manner what they
are doing and what they want us
to do here in our beautiful city to keep
It a place where our girls and boys
may grow up in a pure atmosphere.
Come this morning, all who can.
but If that be impossible come at 3
clockk In the afternoon. Mothers,
come and bring your young people,
as she has a message for both.
The work done by Mrs. Adams is
of the very best and everyone Is
obliged to give It their closest atten.
lion and not be gaping at their
neighbor to ee If lie is as graceful as
tWey. It completely absorbs onea and
would do one good 11 only for the
fact that it draws you out of your
cares and troublesh and you seem to
be fasclnated by the little lady upon
the rostrum. We are sorry that there
Is only one more ls*on.
At o'clock the Otterbein Quartette
gave another oine of thvir charmilng
concerts. The first number %as the
beautiful h.~ n mllade fan(ioul by
President NTeKinley, .lead, Kindly
Light." and the people fairly held
their breath fior fear of losing one
note. This w;as followed by Mmveral
numbers that wre, enjoyed to the
utmost. This quartette is a gem in
Itself. Each ont' I, an airthit. and their
voices seem to blend so .perrectly that
it is one tbautiful olivee with the diff-
erent shading f WI s.'.et touttl '.vel:
ed together.
The lectiir I t .,r; at ,i* .:; r i,,
Witt Miller, 'Ti''k l Sull.c .ncy lof
the Republic." was i ma.sterpli.e, and
was enjoyed by all. H1e' slxIke along
many InterestitI lines In his talk on
the wonderful anialgnniating power of
the people of thl rn'luihlle to take
forelgne'r, from e%\#r' climate and bi
a short procesI of mouldinK bring
forth gOIti Anl tcri ;l>F i Soke of the
love we should hav' for ()ld (Hort.,"
who is our Iproltector at home and
abrbad. In all it was a hlctiure re-
plete with iKgod thiiigs anid one' that
all good Amerleains would do well
Sto heed.
The evening was taken up with
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aIky *wti i k an er ir 4wite
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SW elt an h..^a ae of t.
best moIng plctur,1 Mrd another
treat gSr by the Quartette and Bell
Rtngers.
Today is the last day, and we want
to make It our best. Come, mother,
father, brother, sister; show your ap-
preciation of this last day of onue of
our L.-t ('ihautauqian and. also. It
may be our last. It has surely win
a great uplift to Gainesvlle.
Following la today's program:
9:30 a. m.-W. C. T. U. School of
Methods. bevotonal servfie and lec-
ture by Miss Lou Hollister.
3 p. m.-Comoert: Otterbeln Male
Quartette and Hand.Bell Ringers
3:30 p. m.-Lecture: "Kings and
Queens of Society," Miss Louse Hol-
lister, Chlcago.
8 p. m.--Grand closing double en-
tertainment. Pamous Otterbein Male
Quartette and Hand-Bell Ringers,
with a multitude of the best possible
moving pictures by the American vl-
tagraph.
Closing words for 1908. Prophecies
for 1909.

PRISONER GOT AWAY.

After Being Brought from Newberry,
Jumped from Buggy and escaped.
Charles Robinson, colored, who was
convicted In Justice Henderson's
court at Newberry upon a charge of
vagrancy and wna sentenced to four
months in prison, made a successful
escape by jumping from a buggy after
lie was brought to Galuesville Thurs-
daul night.
Inasmuch as the offense was a iptty
one. the officer having the negro In
charge did not hand-cuf him. He be-
haved nicely until near the uail in
this city, when he suddenly jumped
from the buggy and disappearedl In
the dark, since which time .he has
lnt been i tenI
The officer firod onli tfllie at litin
with the holpe that Is' would I
frlghitene d and stop.i lint thils gave
hint all the tiore' cncrKgy In his lluwer
Ilinmb-aid for all we know he Inay
still Ito running.i


COLLECTOR ELLIS BUSY.


City Property Owners Paying Up
Well, Which Means Prosperity.
As thet be'.t del'montiiration of Itih
lorol'p'rlty( of the pitipple ofl( nl(ie llle.
notwitlrituaidliiK tli,, cry of a ililec
throughout thi ciiuntry dlurinug the
last few weeks t i y It y be noted that
(lity Tax Collector T. II. Ellit han
been busy iuIIung recelipt for the
last few days, with thle remult that
the city treasury has be)w n coniioliler.
ably fattened on thi account.
Collector Kllis stilate that colllc
1lolii as a rule have tben l mul liu eiasel-r
this year than formerly, and that bo'
has explerienceild coni(lderni'l l. I h
labor in maklitg collectiolns. VFor the
same season of any prcer 'dliingl *ason.
the collectious are Iinreaised by swv.
eral hundred dollars, which i e'vi-
dence of the general promp*1- riy of this
community.

Trains Were Late.
As a result of a wreck somewhere
south on the Atlantic Coast Urn. af
north-bound trains were late Friday.
The Citra-High Slprtng train. due to
arrive at 11:20. didoat get In atUO
nearly 3 o'cock. while tria No. 4,
the 8t PetersbulrgJacksoavUle Iral.
due at 3 o'clock. arrived at 4:15 m.
*b'T trains on this dilviion of the
Allsatc Coat ULie bave hbe very
regular drtag the presmt easol.
however. for whleh the travel pl
ie to probably tandebtd to Saperito
temdet H. 0. MeArth. ame of the
rmsta elcinft railroad men in the
country.
lIst smeao the treats o the Abi
lautr Coas Use wes so IrreWtule
that thetr mtihul. tbeimma a jobe. a
It wa dlel t to deteraite weather
any trat was die yesterdayy r to
day." SIgnwsetaemt MaArtahr Ne
gottePn muasrs sraIght Row. and there
has Ibs vray lihlel 4dela lariu ar
lmreed tbts **am.


Swa Mg t os
*~$1 Ie 4M. vhgtl St.
Ismaswife S l rad. r over owe
yfr3 I wa tenmd **a kide #ad
bhm" asopufte wifth doe' M
=ra pea mwd wry I mea Sa"
sad Uas all rem deem "a pow q
M& to abo mwww emdep. I M
th. of the LM whisbruivm wh* ed
Na me 0nd Mad I Ome wpvtkea
ve up a* die. IgYsw ).uaO CW
we. do &a th et
Smee gvq w t'". mE -1 i~%a
time saend hen I was a
ltwO' w we 1 4 It h* b P"? .
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PERSONAL KNOWLEDC


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S Personal knowledge i the winning actor in the culminating contests of
jll ,competitive age and when of ampe character it place its fortunate
P msor in the front rn of
r The Wel Informed the Woid.
Avm fund of personal knowledge is reufy enial to the achievement of the
UI ---M c inm any &eld o human esoltL
A nowedof Fame, KnowMle e o Foto and KaowL
ed d Products atr d e the tmost vlue d i qotios ofd&e ad heath
w lr a 0 and wholesaoe eomtey dmisred it should b rewmbed that Syrup
SF m~l i r of Seun. m factured by the Cain Fig Syrup Co., san
which hau mat with the approval of e A mo im t physicians ad
|r nlrsaa uhidacio, becaumkisaremedyof *1
KrminI Quality, Knows ExceSllaec and KaW CAmpooet
Parf d has won the valuable prone miliol of t Wel Infermed o the
weOalwbe know of their ow personal knowledge and roaachul d us that it is the rt
ad b el fany laxatives, forwhich no extravagant or uaIeonable clamia made&
'1 vluable remedy ha been long and favorably bown
ndwr dB m e of-Syrup o FS -and ha attained towu /at
wide dance as the most c t family laxatie. As its ple
Ai niplI obtained fromaSeau. are well known tophysic.
SewJ IW a oinfed *e world to be the best we hav
aleda the more elaborate Mame of-Syrup of Figs and *
Eifr of Senna -as mo ul derptive of the roned
*but doubdesm it w alwaybe caud forby the shorter
Same of-Syrup of Fg-and to get is bemecial
lectsd always mote, when purchasing the ful
I ame of the Company--Caliori Fr Syrp
Co.-pried on the front of every pIckagc ,
whether yo call fo-Syr of F g
Sbor theul namcSynrup
Fi ad ir of Senna


cAuIFORIAiSYMyupi;
SAN FRANCISCO.CAL.,
LOUISVILLE, KY. LONDONLANDO. NEW YORK,N.Y.
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THE NfWS FROM ARCHER.
0
Arvch.r, Nirhi 1, 1 it, iv !icyr
alo li os Il..'oii ralwas .. e Ii.

C~. I... for ohomvinha' lot. ais- i.
Mr. istevlim w hitm lit-fell *r; t li t
agent. Mr, livchior timud wit. hoi .t
gone to his old ho,liii .. tirgi..
Sllaim 14a (hanultiifs IN I.(1:,. 1. 1.
slater at I'nfibrld-. '':%
C. N%'. Ilauknlght J In Jstksonull.o


thip re-e.L
saiun'r )iealut
livq' tol the, (Irand
1.4t. Il'eteroburg thisi


i a relre..ttiliot,
Jowiee K. or 11 at


Mr and Mrs. W W. 'liiinpouii of
WoH druf, at. ('.. w.,c- lvaltors to their
friend. A. I). ChiiiiilN. thli am 'ek.
Mr Stnijn e Is a prouintlent llaiko.r
irs his houll ow ,ih
irev. Mr No wian laind his h a I." iret
epepfced here by Aiprl 1. hie to tW lk
the Iastorate of tlic PrewPbt trihtl
Coblret at thb is iin. Mr. Ne'wnlm'
waa formerly lpeator if this churrt.
about Iw* years nIt, and hiurutlwr4
sad friends are ld ithled to think ,o
having them bark ;iAlon. Mr r. n
Mrs. Newman hao- t. a to charge ,of
the Mooroe Harding Orph A*auirs
(Tenn.) I sl they I.ft hers.
Mr. ad Mrs. A II Camhbli re
evolved rte ews of (be arrival of as
*le!a-lpoed graid-4laught.e born to
thetr daughter, Mrs. ( D. Took. elin
Dbri. asc,
Dess' lflets cure emeslptmO.


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6P9 Congreihiona policy of the
ISIP (I so SaWsmu~.ru..n Rkepubliaes leaders has bee dawdling
d:lnlb*l^ so a e, along so far without anyone seeking
3.......disor ad Puluhw to e lives the proemfl s But it it
--now repted that st Igone out
Mi. 1URs ..........0,r ......I.tCy from the White Hotue that is virtually
a threat to the resetiary Republi-
., wITT ..l o...p. COIpp *ann of Cona thatL President
OPPICR: PORTER umBtL Roosevelt ha no othds of. allowing
g *. absiai trt, TaLuuese e Congresa to adjuarn without eonsmder-
S t.V 5., .Publhed e^vyuiag .the recommendations et'forth
p t N aay delivered by arier i t! city ,er bhin s la e to ttht body. Of
Saledi to say part of Un ited maes, posag course, the President cannot keep COn-
Ie, foras a year; ps.p ea *a**'*s '.s th. grs i session whe it decides to ad-
Iseth ;oro to r W s.ie*4tre ly is ourn, but ean call an extraordinary
-. sm____on Immediately following sch ad-
a4dl8 lati rI te omhn i antoossts tm J Uonranm t and again lu the attention
lArt Lurrtis.sad, :odts feorechddluiti of Cokgress to what be considers is
Lsw *or display dvwertsisn made kId a ow o needed latw
S pmetmuil1. President Roosevelt believes be will
be supported by the country In such
i terwl e-.weir, blher a iM r. a demand for neeqm ry laws, and
$; *an lap". lwhe every Meaday S"
"'' nsisy, sd etatM ean te aws d ofw e oven If he does not es Congres to-
e '* a u, state ad gMesersn, and wl te getber to extra 'esoi a be can make
S.b peasp'frM, to say rfrt of the Unita It plai to b lestitM of the re
eseer Coamas for sera eare4 aIrd acti d I that-they are
A' ad Wrtisl gbls bias m due after it "bucktla my poUelet and are unfit
a' s of edvetrmmt. saness4 berwi to r4twMst these who believe i re-
S: sl s sto t. hrties sot known toM form. The baek tre that Mr. RosM.
be S irerd St pay for edwrlrtii ie6 volt ean qtrt woWld etsor ly make
o4m a the position of U ib Republcaas de-
SBB,.5 *.- i .... cldedly uncoPfnrtable If not untenable
i Tb PROEO FOR GRArr. politially. *
SWhabt leo a doe President
SChairma Wanser of the House Roosevelt deMad at be thinks of
mlDUttee on Bpendltures on the such conequeno as would lead him
I PtofBoe Department proposes to In. to disrupt his part on the ee of a
Sestogate that department on the national election? First, a new emr
ground that "some of the expenditures ployres' liability law, then amend.
a' pear to have bea made In comntra ment to the Sbrman ant-trust law
Ovation of law." No doubt he has In and for a law governing the issue
i irtd the payment of the salary and of seurtlUe by iltertate corporal.
s.pa,"l see of Assistant Potmaster. lUon. The mptoyers' liability law
G Anral Frank Hitchoock while on. passed by the lst Congreu s ha been
Maged an Influenaing Southern post. decided uneGittuoadl by the mu.
sterlo work for f Taft's Priden. prmee oot i so the President, who is
I. tI b~rem The Oommttee on Ix- now tryl*gto ropUitatetb labor vote.
S.pe dtlrt In the War Department wants the KW l b1l pu4sd, which s
W ~Wid do well to follow Mr. Wanger'a now ia the tonds of te Senate Ja.
i- sple, aud Inquire Into the payment ddaWY 0oaiNts thai wrlt evade the
fc Taft' m w alary ad expense out objectot n ataousaly announced by
t the Treasmry, while be is engaged th OWL Tbw he reaiq
S" 0 travel Ig and speaking In the ad. A*tltus law be a 4 so that
' em'. eemmst of his own boom. Iueh pooling a4d 41blaMtiaoas nmay b
SItfatt o otat to be exposed and pun.a4 l and 1mel Moorporton l'w,
I d, owg t h its eountenaeod or a ml4e1eo act for interstate oorpora
O Prstldet Rooeevel. tloA0. Also 't control the issue of
Sse ulte by sls scororations. No
TH HnARSIT PARTY. bills have yet bee latroduced to
Soootver thee lat two reommendatlons,
The ew polltil party organized but am rbeTn ppeed by those who
I heMorporawted by ir. Hearst a e friendly to sfich gteiataioe. Tbhre
M l At, bidt s ample e. folt almost endless die-
ptI trst, bids fair to become a cuslo o the matters and until
IKpi wwi the lad. It It a eorporw a e s th urren tit d uotil
t o composed of radicals. It is the h te nn bill out of the
Svery aite of the Democr way It will hardly be possible to oo-
"ry andhlbeet of the Demoorac er $
. whIeb is A volu ,ry aseolatloa of sider the Roo.evelt msesures. Even if
Stbho who deir v to uphold a gorn slhob bills were already reported from
1mot of law, as opposed to personal omoalttee" as the Knox bill has been.
r raent and govermmet by rut yet theO appropriation bills would be In
s raaombinn. But It adopts all the t way o securing time for their dis-
a combines. BIut It adopts all the
Roosevelt policies and nearly all of cusl0.,
the Lryai pollcies, with a view to COonr' wants to pass the ajpro-
unifying the advocates of those poll. ptlo bills and adjourn. The
es udr one system and under one President wants Congress to take up
ake undw one system and under one
leader, who has been alternately .he this doubtful lelsaton, which will
ally of Demoremats I Republicans in eltall a ong debate o interstate com-
New York. It Is i great scebme for me, Sttate rights, eentraliatiob. and
the deswtrtion of reprentatlve gov. the rightsof operations, labor aad
em at. mad t the eothrooment of Iep9al. Wbthc will prevail is not
a cwetantler ad a dictator. The' n
elk wit all Ui dv~at. It et le gular that Praident
s hI a R.ooOlUL l* nt iaist spon nr.-
ree relori ft M program, but per-
The Aati.llou LeagPue wlU Beet rhap he tMhbs that the Congress Is
to this eity neat week. Many proem. e-rta to pass at least the neeaary
bat will bo pr oat and erl cu r st kr t tlo neoer. uh
eangemoe earapey lterislton. Seeb
m-kt aesdams on the suet of reor M a rvig the tartl. which
teupeuase. Govemor . OGlea s of far r e importance to tbe
of Nth Cor a Govror wa peole than all the other legslato
f um Rev. W. J. Carpenter and qu e ignwd uUtll ater electoa;
thrsw ll e a g te PO oet o revOr, i( ti artr p rottedd In.
-paen Who wtl e here. ewte rn a contsa CagrmT. TIhe
'"' rel -ont l *deo at even urge the OB*


The ew arblltrtOie treaty with e lab Ithat Sator levrdge U
Pors he bee t fid M by the pSee pkdsed fr ere.stly. the
ae, sad' PreMet R'Oeevet has b p rut Tart Commelon
4W s to btdewn hem b hs pooltae Hew la4hr~" would be the politl I
it. hb Prl det a o ld aCl t em"tttkons i a Democratic Pr"idM t
S w krete sb i Ietmae to r w re ithe Lhte Hous and th er
O mni owaf tith v o ts owr a Iamorstle CarOema with a
I oepg t of Ike I c a rv e .. ...... ... ,
h' e t00*ltvtloma i)orlty equal to what the Republi-
te " ---=--- ,Hew's Thas
w r o stOreet carm tben the er
M h we have street ar is i l m-W 0, Iluntdid r1lWre i-


We. the M adcrsItsd. ha.e known
r J. Cb(ty fur the last IS 'arlr an
SM. POOas frI ot belve hims perfectly basirable to a
S"hbtl y ee writo vote bematre s a4d na tialty
ti the t ft eearthUm whhb c1c i able to carry out any stationsns made
be bl i-- -Ap 14 by fhi.s Ort
p WAI.1INO. UIN'\tN & MAkVIN
Tll. to a wt ad.L what kind of x Itale ( o actankur tI t eak *t r
mabl you mt- WMI tr fte o--w o he to arlly. a s irwtl urte the 1h 4 ad
readls the adL er 'eo a of th Tastr. M
*mmesurtt5'of IMel. s?,tu Town.
:::. ma tllm e sent free Prit rr I lr
1'Wit&Ca mwp P Pt. SsgW, and LI ,e O* by alll trait*


s the a sat 4A&s Othrrs I" 'ace Tak
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Pro*i


dett
tn s tateirtew on September 28
last be M:
"Appretly the spectacular attacks
of the admlnltration at Washington
upon kil kUads of corporations and In-
dustrtee-the good and the bad, the le-
gidmate and the Illegitimate--ere
made more for political effect than for
safe ad sane disciplinary regulation.
Such attacks may please the galleries%
but they are likely to do more harm
than good to leitimate business and
to the holders of the securities of
proper corporation.
"That the methods and tactic of
the edma nltration at Warlangton are
doing ntuch to obliterate party lnes.
I can readily believe; that they will
beonet the Republican more than the
Democrats party, Is far less certain.
The Democratic party could, In my
opinion. do all possible to abolish
special privileges and to give the peo
ple a square deal. It should be leo
spectacular n Its methods and more
crtaln In producing substantial re-
sults. Above all things. It should take
a strong position for Immediate tariff
redution on raw materials and foods,
and especially for the entire removal
of all duties on trust products sold
obeaper to foreigners than to Amerl.
can. "
But Governor Douglasu s a reformer
with a trained business mind. and not
an excitable and erratic recalcitrant
like President Roosevelt, demanding
the most radical reforms one day and
backing down the next day.
What a blessing it would be if
Governor Douglas could be President
of these United States for four years.
and the policies he has announced in
his speech and Interviews could be
put Into ptactlcal effet.
HORERT MrLLER.
Last year's advertising Is as good
for a store now as list year's food Is
for the store's owner now. Both are
stronger today, for having had them.
Both need today's supply today.

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
frm3s0V-s NOT C .
In ihe ftals Oters of oForli. 1lEbth Judtioal
Ctreult. Ia 1 l fur Al"da9S6ouoft--lD
CLc*t-- C Palrer. W. lnbam.
wCoropor. W. % ltDock sad Mr. Ao-
iw a Ows Coimlalrnrs, (C'otl.
e**tal NtoM aulldlr nd I Loso Auools-
iona mnd Plcnandls r I ll' sad IdOe
A eoetaUoe. Dlfeadsatg-BUI for ReeB
ver. Reeef. we
Not le W .Akbolder-AlU meron bhold-
Lar stook of anyr ehmrser toued by the C(no
Uenil Nlationalo utA~, ad Losa Asolr-s
UaD. M e U Ve F drsaw l Bukilr ud Loam
A mw Rtte. msa 1reb sMiled' So pregnt
sad ie tha r pertoesa or eertlaltes of
ltook. to (bhe urearnded. M Roelvr, Itr s
cordreae wit &ie order of Hoo J. T. WIlla
Judg f (ot d our. roadered oa tbheo tb day
of February. A. -D 2M
All Mkoc Mdor* t rIMW to M1e or resent
tblvr e**roaiso f o(e tk Mit"k n uit disv
from tlhe in publlestl sdf S1I oUo* w U be
debarred from parUelvetlat n be t lO eul
or setr or nltbelN~reaf rel('o1efine,
IlI rtlwnsl Ullwdi N 14" 4iulotto. ID
i.owrdasee with ti sM rder of bte said
Judge. -
At (t lTl t. Florlda. tbhislt d f trb-
nrua A. D ISA A. M. CUS AN.
Retal
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MOTICt or APPLICATION of TAX
m UNrDN saMXOo a Or CHAPrT
SM. LA WS or f OMIDA.
elee teo rebotb e that J. i De. Jr,
prkower arJ oefei No. m, d
=7 M.r oF i. A. rtM. h IasUeM
,e, eeswa te
oeIr eis sen la Ms use-
S d e st utdL 10e. ds o. No w.
eeM ead teb e. me as sbe det of
Vuyg e. es os teee e she* sm
!,,asase e reeemed as
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CAPUDINE
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TIONHIALS TW LUNGS ad rewvte ws UnMn V
Endorsed by the general PUBLIC as the BDIT mwdY for
Children' s Croup and Whoopinfl Go bifonre
it contains Nothing Injurious. The action of Barlatf Hore-
hound Syrup is mild and benign, it is adaptedtoinlflt,"Uwel
adults of every variety of temperament and constitutioa.

Read This Remariable TesdnontaL
RaS, D. W. EVANS, Claratoer., a, write.- :dy buebmd
was sick for three monthsanthe doctors told me he had qick 40-
wmption. We procured a bottle of Ballard's Horead Sy
Scored hiL He is now a well mja but we alwa ys ak0
In the house, and think it has no equal for pulmnaNory
au to Tak Sre to Cure; Evry Bottle Cmu te d
TMU llt SISUo 2 oes* So*#OOS
ALLAIDl SNOW UNINENT CO., St. LOg ,

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EFFECrIVE FEBRUARY 16, 19s8.

Leave (;inesville for Mlicanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South .. ........... .... . 9:30 a m
Returning, arrive Gaint'sVill ................. 4:25 p rm


Leave (nine!vilkl for S:ampson ('ity, Palatka,
Iake City, Valdosta, :ald all points North
Returning, arrive Gaint'sVilh ..............


J. 8. Cutler, Gen. Supt,


6:00p
9:30 p


L. E. Barker, Traffic Mg'r.


UY[ OAK1. P[RRT8 G UL! RAILROD co.

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Daily bua* 'cy Daily ex STATIONS Lay DaritsumOnmy bun 314lgem
Sun un
A M P m %I PM PM AM
L1awv LaVe Losit.. A rriteI Arrie A. Ar'S
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Comoctlom mede 4t Dol n'grw t' fr all rtari to and froym n[re Osh akd PnI PT Sad u
JIe ad Mayo Jinu om for blayo. Alto a nd sth tltcrUeiiate Ic ln%&
erl foaMINUONFIN 1t0 COLPOatlmOn with 0 00her Use. ibolCe or call OuGeaeelltWet
Aolre;' bomeS1141', ele vindlag. Uve a .
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Modern Pullman Equipment

The 85ZI1OAR)D FLOHRIDA .IAllm I i..~ ,d Pulrnan v estL-e
trAin*. ft. Augustine and JakI n ,;. to Ne' YV'k itl RIthcbmal
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; Arrangements have be.ob completed
reby the Mexican Rallway Com-
y w l export ,
month. The abWwlh l loadler
secoa.
hMi Minnie 8. lickMsa of Miami
as shipped three o of delicious
apefruit and orange marmalade to
rs. John D. Rockefeller of New
pork. Mrs. Hickson manufactures a
mIst delicious Une of them good
which ae 'being saght at&er by the
wealthy classes in the North.

8berl*tordou and Depaty SIeriff
Mattoa ceeded in capturing a crude
whish* tUi Daeisy. It was con-
eted" by attoling a piece of ga
ipe to in old tin lard can, the pipe
~analn through a water trough. The
il wal found in the smoke-house
) Willis Washington, colored. A
dMtol and a very large pocket knife
Were found on his person.

W. H. Woody, the white man who
was arrested in Jacksonville about
Bve weeks ago for the Virginia an-
oritUes, where he was wanted for
he larceny of three trunks, recently
plead guilty in the courts of that
tate, and was sentenced to three
years In the State penitentiary. He
was also accused of being a bigamist.
It is reported that he had three wives
Nving and two dead.

A fire occurred in Fernandlna the
their morning which was disastrous
1 Its effects and consequences. Five
er houses were burned to the
Iroad, and in one of the cottages
I woman aWd two small children wre
rned to a crisp, while the husband
bd father were so badly burned that
fe eh dropped from the bones. He
ed soon afterwards. The fre was
mt of the city limits and was too far
Mt for the firemen to reach with
heir water.
SThe Key West Citizen notes the
hot that already the customs service
ia been compelled to Increase Its
roee at Knight's Key by two Inspect-








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Re Pen is Mightier

Than a fire-engine when your
ohao is on fire, because it in-
jantly secures the entire vase
r your home-that is, when
our name is penned upon a
Wong policy for

Fn mrhnw
ia b at of1 Iopae. Winter winds
io eiald ia to gblI ae. How
*IMlouar who If not In mit, thiW
aI l 1M at M e ia is as "rApt of
IMaI foVm THINK.


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Ane id eftaitid burled ix fee a
ground. But many time womes e
their fal ly physicians, suffering, a
magimne, om from dyspepsia, another
heart dieae, another from IIver or
ney disease, another from nervow
ratio, asmtherwith pain here and t
Id t th is wa they present alik
themMlve and their easy-to or
boy doctor, aerate disease, or
SassuIgf them to s be he,. pldo
pis and tons. reality.

coer of oso
eulen0ohn ng,
uni arfbimhlls a&rd


thre a doIa IaM to talom ady.

ors, making one deputy collector and
four inspectors stationed there, al-
though that port has been established
only a few weeks. It predicts that
when the travel sets strongly north.
ward from Cuba the latter iprt of
next month the force will have to be
still further addeM to. What the trav.
el will be next year no mana can con-
jecture, says The Citien. Tn- Act
that the extension has reached so far
toward Cuba has evidently induced
more travel to this State and Cuba
than there would otherwise be.

The Key West Guards have re-
ceived from the National Guard Anno)
elation a handHome trophy awarded
them for having obtained the highest
figure of merit during the year 19,o7.
The trophy is a handsome oak panel.
with a large brouse plate in the en-
ter, on which is engraved "Y'orlda
National Guard Associatlon Trophy
for Highest Company Figure of merlt
awarded annually upon the halts of
Record Firing as reported." Around
thin large plate are seven smaller
bronze plates, on the first of which
Is engraved in gold "1I0o7. awarded
to Co. 1, 2nd Infsa'ry, Pigure of Merit
44:54." The trophy sl highly prized
by the Guards and they will endeavor
to secnre several of the plates for
themselves.-Key West Cltllen.

Reports are universal to the effect
that the onie bloom all er f outh
Florida Is the largest on record per
tree. To s b er of tf e has bee
of ooour mch redeo4d ei the pe
rkod pror to the great firea. but the
crop now proven to be as large ia
the southern coantes au It was tn the
palmy days. It is perhaps early to
diacusa the matter. but it may not be
anls to stat that it wlU be prm t-
able to gie the moot arel attention
to culvatma ad markets the t
Sa crop. Aad also that. whe It i
ripeed. it hold be picked ad
packed with the utost Care ad
ptan. Theo re I m-ey tI setlag
fruit to market In the test emaditI
eareftay pac od sad stolced wIth
view to aformy to color ad
qualty -Tampas Tt'le


Diregee's Re.Elesas.
New York. March I1 --At aotwe"
at the storkkhl s of Ib* 5)osim 6.
01d Stool sad Irwrs oplowa, 1 9et-
my C!*r the utirfag 41rester, wo
fgqtcd sl H''y paosse wso
e&etCl hd aS o.ase a* Ib. tard
Cams*d byta ho oth ot (o(. ft. pas.
he r piPwl of 'be es esy* ea&&&,
al CmMuiau l$air be ya, eded e
Xw 36sea, ebOwed l' si6 h
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ble

I
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J0 T 6IA JUI

r. L. S. In AtIlata QOetltution

S They Can't Thaw Out.
Some o' the ol'-time irowlers
Air mad, without a ioubt;
They've got 'em it the snowbti k-.
An' they can't thaw out!


' M' They ain't no folks'll help 'e,
ta Though loud enough they shout.
' Oh, they've got 'erm In the nao\ t:llks.
I An' they can't thaw out!

The Illivllle Banner.
This should be a good crop .'ear
There are more poets In this 'tin
Than the farmers can plow.
t- I Glbd mines constantly disci', rcit
in Georgia. Only trouble alx t thii
L^P gold in the laud is a dislncl.lon t::a to
dig for it.
' "lMoonshine" and rattlesnanle in
this section, but uot enough of thler
w1 'to make a springtliie.
ker Truly, there's life In the oll, I tl
yet, but don't shout hooray to lI,.nl
itea until we're 'well out o' the wc~,.
U.. 4


Trouble In Lee.
This Is the way Editor I' P I3.10
writes up trouble in Lee county\
"Joe Crane an' Jim Town Iutl i
funds lat week. Joe horrowt i 'ttli'
ov alga frum Jin( las crristut wheI'I
alis wus $45 cents a dosen. .unt se'
Joe ort tu give him back :1 -,ttlnis
now, beinat as alga wus drol t tu 15
cents a dusen, an' the fuan cu :rl lut
In this way. They got recot ilied at
last when Joe giv Jim a coon hihilr to
boot."
A Youngster on Politics.
Here is a Georgia youn..st-r'r
compoltlon on "Poliltlc:"
"Paw whirled In to ran f' ri wl
overseer. lie hadn't been at it loiln
'fore he flung up, sayin' poltlsl wus
no good. lie say he'd like to run fer
President. but the rare to too crowd.
ed; an' anyway, he told Maw thtt lhe
couldn't bear fo leave home for so
long-not even to be Precilidtt oa
theme here United Statee! MI:it% Sot)
polities is no good. When 1'aw was
running' he hardly ever had time to
come an' git ac(uanlnted lih tihe
fanmll)"
Wotman love'a a clear, rciy irld'x-
ion. Iturdork tlod I hitters purillnfi
the blood, clears the skin, r.asltre
ruddy. ound health.
I I I - I


Usa you have se us sht the
waddig makl We ran furatah It to
ait the met haMi m taUdlos
to order for all oeesaoks, or spe
llty. Aaythi la that ilt a ahort
moIe, at reauseable iricee. far to
give yo atleram.los. At o bkery
easa e feId freeh daily. h roe bread.
raell. b elakee. ple sad patry.
reythg a I re, wbolse-, tooth

CITY MKa itY.
o111 oft almaiew PIe.


miss I. Norton




A Shot FW

uaIPktm a' ...


s o lmIftj W
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Me rest rof 5: 1 iM TU M Is as Wno
foma -4 1141.442 ever the
men to tour cs ow C4fftow1


Fw ar p "Ma m hiOw 0 V0
Odo m o wi 6 06 Gotld"
by dw Sdy tePre V mad Vim
l as W Mud" gWeo a 0W OM ove Ab
I kumsIl bI owd we rommo Is "' 0 a
1w a wo of. a w -
G~dL W. U$dkn &OL doe Aftf


BGood Work,


Reasonable Prices


and Pleased Patrons


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t*I'~
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t Xirry more~t' we'dig htilal thLt Petty, Igmet CrtiiMSof
ctiiaipetitt'r wlioe 1peket-hook you arte hitting.
IIii am lc parlati vel a traugivg' Iioiir amolny ,bli dmy
pl':lttiev i-: good anid growing larger vach in dy.


WHY IS IT?


Dr. Geo. S. Waldo's Gainesville Dental Offices
Graham Mi, Enast Maim Street N.


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imCmrmmmamS~iSF I v 6S


The Dutton Bank


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OFFICERS
W. R. Thomas,
President.
C. W. Chase.
lit Vice.l'resitdent


A StrontgJBank,

4 giving AlIui

II'' i t hat ( 'umiie-4


DIRE(


H. F. D
C. W. C
J. G. NI
J. A. Ml
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CTORS
utton,

chols.
aultaby,


P. K. Eroome,II. J. Teffss




:flt -- -- -i-t Not$Q- .---. -K.Sr

OPEKNDOR POUCT CHINA

I hir isteii.or1g ii Is always out,
Mif IIIeIily of
China, Peruulal, Sam, Eartishwar
11 ix"iliiiti'egi to #Pod tuw eyn el
ertit4t ieq illbEl ho t n a tot ily. 144Jine rams
thiaiat" for y ll too t 1- e0t joer e 1111161
S rigt i t tc' ti .'14 'r'aee. %%.t ially



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IRiEF D46PATCHES.L- -MUNICIAL

.SorcI-haefter, 4,1 t.;hlrsgn, wog the POLITICAL ANNOUNCINTS
Cifhi.I atrch 'A t'l Willtiamlio 10PPe Of.
New Yfork. (W) tot 423. FOR MARSHAL
bItk this method of annoeuning
Id IVc& *dtoa!wllvnnsntncei ihat l'reel. n eandidavy fur rwelisctlomAs City
dent )'aoi;rear VI viet onadon tenmiarshal at the election April 14Mk,
wui eijw *eok O( MaY. t,1bo. I have eudoavwed to erfo
adane'o Anna (Uould. with b any tif m duts without low or favor, asd
r'hiltre'n. has al&4 from Cherboursig Wcld *ppodlteth11e 1111 I o my
I fellow4Ilss, piomJIsh gw rMi at
i the I'nlts Stale..lt te. os to the hes o the s iA
Tire bes, dooltmye d 3, 000 oatvef the Muaeas Io th Owast. TM..
Masks In tho PhiUpple I Iaeda.TheY OtU f QPP uPP M d -la
loss is sbout yoo.u. ar vote a the aond #e a0 a
X. J. .wstss. n ffiV son" 29"1. *ARNOW.
sionor aoithu CMilma,N h Ma h M.Ioo
appointed 10 sntw b w I I bey "aOaues" myself a Sda
The Wtes VUmles Tela h Idate fur futr Mciy hal Is iho eleasts
puym declrd e a w~e dal*to bebeM cism L4th dayof Apil.
dad of I% W OEM Pygbl ~iM. A"$. I p o oI tskted to sadeam
Jobs C. POO. late edAMh of A& the oedoce fei r ed by Wo0E
Data""a11110aa 111 a 11r 'A I M bly am. ad
I wo.left a s s Wa I as Welt the se all law abidla
qsWW of 6 0I 111ft. W131 Wo 6ft
am ow pre"Ite. sNAtIMKOSOK
Serlier Tano ho ,p-
th"t her oupadiml; to Eal- --bsa To I" Voter s el-aeev 1311- lWe
No 16ad I1 d Job A11 fthis M&hed meowof u4111 m 1 e111
11r1 VUe Willis abeasi t Mll da4 Yaf dMashal 14 the C60 v a(Oaiaee
mam 64W.. es w9 Umet 1111. I have boe n se t ei as
mum m, so awdrh. oori o &"- ois


No Cauem ReI d.
Thee teo ea e a rmNsd of a
oeOh or eom reul tlnets paMse iLa
or eoeam ptlj afo ter oler'e H
nd Tv has bwo Uake,. Mas f w
ap yoer eobh asad breMk up yewI
d equckly. It*fuA any bt the
nelfte Vole'sI HfImer sad Tiar to i
yellow pictAe C'*a-al sos opiooes
ad to ate aad su. J. W. MrCOm
I& ca


_8sAlHees L40 wes" .1
atas AM -Afw twov
AWv~t *rhis rty. Wag AMosmec
we on W"Ad ob"41 aftn owoko%
mmoo." sd She e I at the i*s
"a to t.W lsm faruw T. hum' .a
0006 00004 seat 10 00obohe"" #1 41


lowef while y Wm asleep1r
aboat thYee omuWwad l tte It Ises
as to wboter I have *psWMOd mo
I wll and, rWi lmpauIhUv.
k b I habe be*s bb$e aafh a
sigi Wmto beeatI ed to a ds)b
mle oe~d I yoino Y oea L
d order.GO. P r I 3 a s


Molly


SAVETwelly
My NuyWaVow, IWA D liven

m -1
, bmp I"* go.. alMA VU, iris.


fts For Now@o po we kave bee dot we
*a" so boadreft 04 "I=
or$" UAWI ve rft" v"" to a "W Nw& A YW 0 lowIwo
iy m4Om e w We w "Wwe 000s
Ow 0 ow 'Foamas S so
pop w "WSW* a" b kmml b
pumas"& a a, W.w

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6''
SOkiat, Manch 8.-.A. Ih

t a pitol battle nl thbe dAeeed
at the bome of Thorna Nighj
S tree men were ot., two O
Wlbom are expected to di6, ad farther
bbodbed was prevented by the hero
amr of Mil Besde MNbelo, alxtear
Mearm of age. who thT kterself be
*ween two of the oomrtaat, svitl
at least one lift arke Ndiols
and Joe MoOlhtab were placed la
jail.
At a county daaes, ar KnowK ,
as altereatkm u between meW
bet of the Ot lr aN MoNotIs
CaMlie6, w" taeb&de. There ve aa
peooal emO ter st It we rlesLy
toped Wbe~ y ae was badly
Wrt. Afte te dmes Oukarleaat k.
do wet horne e ml by' a
Ieagai-,of t he .e".uto-- ;
w to bare met the adt at the
IfleMotl bnme.
SomueoJl after nmurtI tt i a *d.
Jlebols arAt hi. hsm were aMUwed by
eoar eam teit" the oo00. b"y
rsae their gu a a opened re the
ahoto beag r ettaed Thbomae NLob.
oh, father of the Mlagr best, ruebod
Into he mpor armed sad the,sbootlMg
beeame general.
jileralMe, of the ballets, Mise 'Bea
dli Obtea & NIholW sistooear.Md
daughter, followed ter tatr aad
epra2 between two of the men aad
kBooked up one weapon, antlag he#
brother's life.
NO SHOWrAOI POUND.

Reported thertap of Alablme Pair In
I0M Explained.
MontgoMery, AMa., MUarA U1.--4t i
eound, acoortla to notable lanormar
tlon, that the regortW4 ortas In
the matalpment of tb Cttet flir a)
this place In 190Q ha beeoa tf y e
plainei by a roexaulSattoa of the
books and thqt the oMiatat will be
found to work mat eaUtfaetollty. Thl l
Is based rn a report of Expert Ao'
ountlant llaralaon, whldh is ald to
have been turned overt to the ooors
of the fair aioclatioa.
The entire matter now prommite to
be oeared up to tte credit of all the
oMcnarb of the fair of that year.
Certain it Is l at so far most of the
reported cuortaij of $10,000 has been
scoounteJ for In the regular way.

Alie Roeesvelt's Wedding
Was soolethial to be recorded Itn
the annals of history. Hlerbinq has
beon acknowledged the greatest of
liver regulators. A positive cure fur
bUlous headaches, constipation, chlls
and fever, and all liver complaints.
J. C. Smith, Little Rock. Ark.. writes:
"Herhlne Is the greatet liver modl-
cine know. Have used it for years.
It does the work. Sold by W. M.
Johnson.
sli Peasanta KIIed.
Vormnalte, iu~sIal. M,'trch h13 .
peasants wero kllle and scrall


Coddw nit Buy-


COPNO SN TO 'ITIOAtL



This to ooly a um= of
the gat good ph
daly done wvrywhw by

Kodol

for Dyspepsia.
P

SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS

Checks For N*al Sink 0 sultorn.
Atlanta, March J.- Seven thousand
'indvldupl checks uggregatlngL37.,.'
000. wil be nmllel to the depolitor
of the Neal bank by the Central Bank
and Trubt corpofatton, receiver of that
defunct Intitution, nxt we.'. This
reresents the first 20 per cent pay.
meot on the deposits of the bank re.
cently authorized by the court. The
large force of bonk clerks at the Cen-
tral Bank and Tnrt corporation, of
which Mr. Candler Is preoldent, have
started writing out theae checks. A
prominent hanker says he bllevet the
Neal bank will pay dollar for dollar.


Banker Is Indicted.
Blrmalinhai. Ala., March 13.-N.
'r. Andnrs, preAldent of the Com.
nmercial bank at Jaokson aul former
proaldont of the Central bank of MIl
slastppl, has been Indicted by the
hlInda county grand Jury on the oha
of enbe Inatltutltm. Ander was placed u,
der arrest ant Immediately gave bond.
The C'mitral bank of MisWleelppi was
placed In the hands of a receiver eer.
oral iay, aHgo aand the grand jury Is
in aroslon now.

A tlby


-thber were wiunad In n nTounnter Should boe unlshie in the home, and
With a detachment of pollie at the will be If you glve It White's Cream
nearby vlaeof Kacbetonrba. The p \ermtlfuge, the greatest worn medl-
Ieo wef lato Mboheto0ka tfr the put., ci ever offered to suffering hu-
poe of rratmllag two member of the inimty. 'his remedy Is twcorm-
peaaIlt revouutiloary organizations. Ing the permanent fixture of well
The IateaUou of the police became re.ulated households. A mother.
kmnwn, and tihe lOeanta rallied to with children, can't get aloug without
prevme th. earryng la ut of tl, plan a bottle of White's Cram Vermlfage


AriSfu4M Sull Retpoft.
od to lIe Houu.
WaslIgtot, D. C., March 13.-The
a~ ttintral appropriation bll was re
ported to the boue. Wednuesy. It
earrie total appropriation of $11,431,.
846, which Is $1.420,006 less than the
total amount aked for by the depart.
meant of acrlculture.
The bill carries an increase of
$48,720 for the weather ,bureau, mak.
lac a total for this bureau of $1,662,-
$0. Toe lunrease Is chiefy due to
the provision for the aonstructlon
of weather bureau bImdlgs, nolud-
tag one at Richmond, Va., and fpr
the rsttoratlon the bolldlin at Mt.
Weather, dsttmred by re last Octo
ber.
Liten
.And remember the next time you
muier from paln-eaued by damp,
weather-when your head nearly
bursts from neuraWlg-try Bal ard'
faow Liniment It will cure you. A
promalnet business man of Hemp-
tead, Texas, write: "I have used
your lialment Previous to using It I
was a great auferer from rheumatlsm


Sand neuralgia. I am pleaed to may
that now I am free from these con-
plants. I am sure I owe this to your
liniment" Sold by W. M. Johnson.

They Made Her.
A grandmother was reproving her
little grandchildren for making so
much noise.
"Dear me. children, you are to noLIy
today! Can't you be a little more
qulet'/y
"Now, grandma. you mustn't scold
us. Tou see. If It wasn't for us. you
wouldn't be a graadma at/all."-Ular-
per's Wekly.


CASTOR IA
yW Ihats nl ChUilrn.
Tki IKd Yu Hm Alwap Boaugh
28" tho
B1gastare 0of1


Lottery for Porto Rico.
Ran .lilti n. '' ; I lh co(, '!arch 13.-
The hou.,e ,!' ,h4le-rat8t, by a large ma.
jority, puit I ar lill authorizing t.Jo
nlaniar goverinirnt to opers.te a lottery
under the i, r'rvilto(n of ihe insular
treasurer. Tihe ill provides for the
allotment of $40.004 a month in prize
This Is Worth Remembering.
Whenever you have a cough or cold.
Just remember that Foley's Honey and
Tar will cure it. Do not risk your
health by taking any but the genuine.
It Is In a yellow package. J. W. Mc.
Cullum & Co.

Defeat C~,nstltutional Proh:bltlcn.
li: -1 1 t ., a.n \,a.. 1 .ire'i 1:1 ',n.
tt!tutloi..i, prothi'il' l m.n as defea,,l
in the V!4slnl~ppi senate by a v';,r'
(f 21 a t'4 to 19 nays. a ma:rlty ,o!
three( flft, toilnig rv iilre',i. The it.
feat of t':e fIl anure 1as n'ot unex
pe
COMPETENT JUDGES.

Women who make a buneee of be-
Wamen who Inake a business of bean


----- best ymrv 0s ui~r women come pretty eaar
to the hous. it is the prelst=andeat knowing what will briti abnut the boat
The Cause of Many medicine tt c ca buy, oWd r geisult rre af tters from two, can.
Sudden Deaths. by w. U. Johnon. c aning ilerpl iade:
rido, as it stopped fli hair rom failing
Tuere ia a diasolo ,Prvailing in this OnceProminent Bank*? Dead. out; xn4. as a dalng it has no super-
Country muls da e as bres useso NroIsce ban1er0who '1U, l ) Doe-tha A. Troling"
dutlis are caused Jeeklissb ohmklys banker wbe With "Comploasen opeclauA
by it-heart this. his three -nt wes e Indicted as a r* *'t W Moartoem St.. Ponisd. Ore."
rigort i t soit of the banhirwI vetlgictlon which "Aftel r umWie bill* of '1t vp4lide*
hcart fablitre i followed the recls financial pnc bale basteeped failing out, and my
'U dtoo Ie c~b (trnc~lpralle. scap to ontirdy trotorom andruff
r IK,11k0% vare "l(lftdi edat L ea c(11. L. I., TherafaY. fYWS frd om dandi1ru
the Ilrut of & Ioe to paralysis. For manY .. (vs.'y. r'. ,
uligs l1okirse. 1i DetbVA& U OPrifl th wasSM Wluth Of. Pnrt~rfd, Oro
~. Li~jt-tr~xLpj, yarn Mr. Jeuis was owas of the most 1b01 b11111 ltug uv Icd W ht( e t o l-. it
o u tvIt 'altr. pm t figures In the financial andetamj a f-vmiplmokto The epko Ca..
flaaItLi Ilk o ,rl 1f Br1Oroklyn ie oii' *e..t, 11,'
11t0 1 ''Al At cr a hia h place in I itec tya o a: Two etaae-.4 e nats and $1.00.
%it ike k1.*i 1 ti-n % b;tI-'." tL aSnd iv 111o.J. IL madvus & f. aoetal Agomts
aPe0401sit Conventlin. W IAP ar EmEa) aaaI
Ttypeka. Kant arch I -epoow
a -i,.. 'eI )i dobrat e proeti herW ThursayNE
Vador 46.1 Wl V*W UiIo al S. toe add
Ituit1it! *. &nvWP ivot. 11w t ca1ittkd the INV~Itot Cn4)wrt1 to or-'I aId%"%'o I. W I. Th-UNa.. a
k 1"1-01 '-1( dort\)Ne 101J&Ames FNitmec9. 40 3atg aVG`W niu~t be'it, sOfra6a.,fW *i. &a a
s Ilt l'k'" M -11 i t I- .l .b, at, *W k us the le e&W oltt
told thU. **ri=v etolod the.It I'. f,. \tb
ib ,Ciit11-11 M-.' WO 010 0tw. a t o e lt WI DAY Of APWIt..io
isr I.,,i' &ad allernat. it, the t lIhi146aausa v mr.r ?.w -4d saw to wevo Im lik pt.
antto I n~ ltii * :r I,, tI 5rl (trrU1'iOS ~t @St bee-4 t1w
krOw )iw + Ous liilk M T wwo tilsol
Tagr Aasueoi w5 t A w )00
t11111 11 bgltt10 l l- Dee's Cemtin. a l~ Asee" for a s'.n id fig
0iab1 in111 ontsmli eiettf W 460 f a ovih* 5esgit.C w4m
rcwee of the "*Alrcc It )our t-best paints &ad you are en ,oft To n..,r lelals,..' bl I* v a
ruu l ~l"l l.~ II' able tu alieop bovia oof a cvumb. by 0" W,'Iu W U ed .oft" r e Q use
SKIM _Uyall 41uxvt- I 54' tY leam out I k W_4110 1a4411. o .lroo
aeL' \, a bottle of 11allArd s IHoceboviad Syrup, aw.twer*1 am 0460 ebo
aamnpuhottle tof lk -'A. ''r t"llan dn. ,. 'and e .mhave, any(o,?y cough (lo- ?""144 t Sr
WW" a wle4 6A'A I'k I tU- I l' a I t b. I bottle n40 and that oughb will WA 1VWJaaiif trtt' *~w fre .baf be
istteMeofr% be u18. .g&k.iels. I O
*ha W A -crvr fot all gulawa ka "sla __ Is& 1
t'l Is A t.., Imimul-oatst.tos4 TtremiI, bria I mas 90* .1.. a I& am
'stu a dis Mrs 3---. Galvestn. Toea. -
Ii ~ tlv t f tL.- b&at sei I14's Kervikoous B i Pllt oe
1!xx. tie LIluo 1111 68 g eat-b the 4 h Ives Ago Is alathat lis S 111" WIo W eiaofnoaM
hnsbsk siuitttgsaaiNY tV., -i V., ft owr ft W by W It. b. -e a. sMilUk4 o ma
~L~;' A:... J 'a( J. sit s CI~e


GREAT VAN AlBUR WS


At Gainesville

19- Thursday, March 19

Th.e Sow Tbhii Year il Hig Ber s and in a More Comanldinh a
mition Than Ever Before to Maintain Their Unrivaled standing and 1
and to Amaze and Delight Their Thouamds of Patronr witl
- -MANY ENTIRELY NEW AND EXCLUSL VFEATUES-


oM HIS FAMIl
JULY 186 1907.-
'


BORN IN
A DAIL'V


A FEW OF THE MANY FEATURES TOU WILL SEE:
Marion Sherilant andl iHr TrnIl|-' of I'erforminig Lions. A ITe.,:l of 1'
fonning El;ilphant., incilinii HABlI':E. Ith largestt Elephant in tl e W,,
R(O EDAI.E, th, .aiitiful fiii -l,'4 -Hor'. .1 AKE', the I.argest orilla 1
Exhibiti'l in A enrica-l-e i- live l f t teln illches in height and weighli
pounds, I, a T"n'riuiiwnili.i m trtIUrth, l.Mar lou.' A.gility and Hilf PIow,
Artm are a W,.i.,r to lihhIld. Truly Womhd'rfnl Display of Trained Ani...:-

400 PEOPLE 250 HORSES and PONIES 20 FUNNY CLOWNS
Ti- F'ln e.r .il 1'it~k of Fcatun' l'.rform.r.i Fromn All Nation" in l
I'rograu.n if .-tartli .'tr: ..b- ainl I.milieruis Revelrie-, carrjmi.
-- ti, o-| titr- ,.y Mtrin ail Wildly .\pplllauded by All.-

Bring the Little EPHANTS CAM
ELS, LIONS and
Ones to See... UMONKEYS

Al t( l" le'0. l 'l'o, it i, of Startling Events !

See thel Frrce ~sj)t't l:U i t Ii'eet IParade, Starting frwt,
tinhe Silow ( ,rmlniki ;tt 1 ita. m.

Two Performnnces Daily-Afternoon at 2 O'clock, Nil at 8.


0--oo--ooxo-ooo~oooafei-


THE WHITE HOUSE!
.............inesville's .....ew and Upto e Ho... _

S Gainesville's New and Up-to-Date Hotel
I~ tj~ ...1 itI ~ e 'F ~ t avl iigIflu 6


I JAMI1:E


VA.N ALLEN, PROPRIETOR


Portable 8aw

Mill Outfits
The Best a Earth.
ENGINESl and BOILERS and a'
kiu ds of Machinery and Mill up
plies. We carry a large stok and: an make immediate shipment. Writ for
ll straisd eat1lo. e. We c aTe jOe I rme. Addrmw

Miv AL ASB COMPAq-Y
41 South Forsyth rt. ATLATA, GA.

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PONCE DE LEON



CELEBRATION....


'vent in FIlori.l. Ii-' r,,. ,, Reproduced
W ith lnip,,- i .,: i..,,r .,


Sto Aqitim, Fla, April 1 2, 3v,'SS


LiaI'tJ h es'iI ~Iu tzt' 4r -~ I'r = ru


.L tu.k~q b h Frank EVA

?CW* r4 sdt4' t .ow? m t sitr crris. (W..-ni. s ?ftV 4t h v (
J %I 'f Atlaui.wnl, F .
~ .usi~uii~m atie Wloqum~..&~ \~r


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VMlAMOUR6'H MEnN[I


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EN-t-rything fir-t-ch,. five. The travvIingniall's
ret rv:it I k' at t -s -2. .50


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)RIDA, MfALCTlH 14. 1.I


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Ij miYs calata.
S ame That Wa Started by the
Cornell Widow.


DR.


a"p""t'"to" ".I AHrNUUNUtiME I
Iaqtly ualddto ll the pa e of the I
Mel Widow. I anything more foot. Advertuments under this head, not
i than the ",an of Gleglorf' exceeding tine lunes..wUl be publits Offie
o has ever bwao written. the Wld ed one time a week 4 t the daily.
wishes to stuat that ter bump of and one time a week I the semi -
dity was imported from Missourl
must be showu: wk ly, from now t the DemocretU
Ua must to0 Ginhowtm n*


tTbhe was man Ifrom OGlrldort
SWe.to ave his barber' feel .
Should wet his hatr and et It Itfrr.
i when 'twas fre en break it o.a
SWidow claims the credit of ort-
Ie nonsense rhyame which
ith the cleverness and precocity
bright little lad who arelessly
btenmd ,hi mother, father and Im*
l relatives. Thae poems, It so
ay be called, appeared In the
Inr October and Normober. 1900.
me year they were collected and
In pamphlet form under the
iet f "The Johnny Book." Johnny
itte s career by "an tragedy" as
Jonamy hung his ittl, U water.
taee dad tbeore they missd her.
Jobany's allus up t* tricks
Al't he oute?-be's only tx.
Sext we find that-
Johnny with hi, Ulttle a
Death his brother orful waeks.


primary on MJ ay 19o or v1; ter
April lit the rate will be $6. Cash
must accompany the announcement In
every instance.
FOR SHERIFF.
At the earnest slettatlou Of many
riends throughout the county, I an
ounce for the omfe of herlff of
Alachua county, subleet to the Uetio
of the primary Oeleot Ift edoted I
sure the people that wll serve
them faithfully and Impartklly.
P. 0. RAMSEY.
I hereby announce myself as a can-
didate for the office of Sheriff of
Alachua county at the ensuing Demo
critic primary, and aso lt the sup-
port of the voters. I pro i., if elect.
ed, to discnare the duties of the
office without fear, favor or partiality,
to the best of my knowledge.
W. Q~. RICHARDSON.


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stmrainm OAMX t-

PsVKRK BR. MORRIS

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over aliesvlll* Natdlo B I~anik
Pone 200.

.ALDEAMAN & PEARCE.


DENTISTS.


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-FOO3( SA6X=XglrGa SALOMg 'WL12..L

Jacksonville and New York,


OaUlin at OJHARLBaTON 8. 0., both ways.


Office ove Dtton & OO's. lank,
Phone 280, GlaneIvills, na.


T.


B. ELLIS, JR.,


ATTOr)RNEY .-ALAW


GAMUISU5?1L. 0 0 lI


BAKER, ATISON & IAXIhR,
AmI'?ORniY AT-LAv,

SOLICITOUS IN CHAIIOIRY.

GAINESVMILl, Aiebhus Os.. FLU,
05.. to Halmanrl.3e4.

FRDIVA14D SAYER,
AORINNY AT LAW,
GAINWBOvLL, 0 0 .~as

Ofs sel loso ulpt pr"peI4, .O
usio rt ges phast.
kiss~l "d ad Pled him
a110 of WbS pm eifbrt ami. 11 41m

A. CARLISLE.
Aw&OSNXU AT LAW
Aad Solielor ai SsuIt

See Esta71, C 21109"d Go**
eral PRas. All bw~sWt 'III
attemied so. O(massnRose to
00le. GAwaevqaw


frA9n oCLARK.


Ta0m. W. PImi no


CLARK & FIELDING


Lwyen.


Praestme I all ouwn


state I-


05... of"m Geis l Narploosi 3mb


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N.e don't ear. It mamma kicksL In the primary election four years
Ain't he cuto-he's only ago I made the statement that it my
water development of the little romp friends would give me the office at
owI that- that time, I would not again ask for
John has one from bad to worse. it. My Intentions were pure, and on
Now his father's lt a hoare. no account would I have come before
feared him with a load of bricks yo. again asking your support, of
la't he cuat?-be' only sal. my own accord, but many of the best
d so on until finally- men from various sections of Alachua
*uy w a bus bu county have petitioned me by writing
SAk s awik and thout Ituw and a great many others personally to
obns corpe t full of ntils stand for the nomination of. Sheriff
AMl't he cute?-be's only lsx. In the coming primary, and today I
heverses terminated the Widow's received a offialM request from one
dcon with Johnbutpa s .of the most powerful moral organisa.
Ictlon with Joh, but paper all Itions In the country, urging me to
r the country took up t o Instrura stand for the nomination, and. In
Sand edifying career ad pushed deference to their wishes, I annouee
a dula b. Still another verms which that I will accept the nomination tor
In the Widow ofce and trav Sheriff of Alaohua county on the plat.
all over this country and part of form and sacording to the rules of
was the bit of "Bb and Plo" the Democratic primary, held May
In this we discover that- 1th. ad If nominated an d elected
will perform the duties of the office
was tond oA tbeneser- with the same impartiality and Jus-
or short. e called her bearu. tce that I have done in the p1ht
of "tLdes of love!" Gat CL W. FENNEL
s should as 'em, Eb and Fo. Marc FEhN L.th,
* Itself thla beautiful bit could th
ty claim a place in a volume of POR COUNTY JU'DG.
American poets. but when it To My Friends and Fellow itises:
ed far and wide and received an I am a candidate for County Judge,
vere at each relating place it be and I ask you for your votes. I will
a pursuing nightmare. From administer this office without favor
r College Journalism" In Bo- to anyone; so please res water, pay
Muagasine. your ioll taxes and vote (or
_ _you Your truly.
Women the Orester Dreamea J. A. CARLILE.
|Visas doctor ha publsbed the
na doctor has published I respectfully announce myself a
agures. candidate for re-electlo as County
eea men out of a bundred a Judge. I solicit the votes of all Dem-
thirty-three women dream dur- ocrats at the primary on May 1th,
their sleep. The number of men and If nominated and elected I will
dream frequently sl T2 per cent; perform the duties of the office to the
e women In 45 per cent As a best of my ability with the same Im-
ile, it may be said that the partality that has characterized my
sa has twice as much tend- discharge o the same in the past
it dreaming as the opposite ex. Rspecthlly. H. 0. MASON.
cerebral phenomioe sunder co- FOR COUNTY TR*ASUWRR.
tis is abs olutely unakown to 9T
R t ae Id A cst drn on ly t I respectfully announce myelf a can-
t, d 14 per cent dre ouly didate for reIectlon to he offie of
Si. I Coun ty' reasurer and solldt the vote
Isa Idle to add that the ue.of all Democrats. If eleetdl I promise
oted, what is perfItly well to full the dutis of the oaee In
that almost all oar dream are the future as In the paat. spect.
Iere or lee directly by the fully. R. B. PNU .
l t Material uife of eery March h. lW.
SAOR COUNTY COMMISSIONS.
___.4- coa w conty I -C
;lb uf a we & o lmll a.ten t t he m
|, r pi, at T.in Ga- u- S^ ta
bI leaImd how aW y pma- p, r. Mny. J. W. AY.
SI i--aiib m ia, talhe the *- -
i am pseeel the enat v I date for Co ut Comita w fAr
Imed. "HCow may wl tw e Distri No. S, Wjes to the saolt
oft openfee tat vW hen ii ofm the primaryr eeted I will .
devor to give ,the a r dd
AM -I M. A. MATIN.
SUB1 poe An M HawMtbr Ma L 9th, 11-.
d-i & '4W d s pe y asssess ae f a Wa
lowm im db I VM= asII
= SUe m. ram- _.* mNsevas
?mUim Ili WS i OoIrm-D II
msW W L IV w a r isy is iados ema w teb s absss
a a m 7404= at "the damse9 t a" f t o S&b
aher umesa. -.r sm- hee1 a1 s t h -a a sei s ue s a
p1tsaSl. J. P. TOWNM3 D.I


oskte of th sathe so a woh-u--uh-. -1M
p we wisane athVe mue ae a
mile set at tePflel o Wtb pass$ot f eatoa-1u a.
Ir w he on -o-ld NO & e y Ma y *I art
e w 1 5 sI "af a i V. AVANT.
T sm teve r a stb e s-- p 1I taed I, a e. wrb II. g
ut t- eg aeh a d ( : -- O---- --I -- -O --O
te. o. .arfo a. of mel anr., to wIsst LR ew Ah

a wwwaft ow ee44000M a e o n
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New England and Southern Lines
relight Serie Bletw- JACKSONVILLE. BOtTON nd
PROVIDXHI, ez AlU Euer Point,
Ollnlast Charlesoas both ways


BZCM.EI-W 3E0X. S BA ILX qaG
dosiht b:aou..... ...... ....... ...... From Lewis' Whart, RBust
t1o.thboon ...... ...... FPrm Foot of Washintoun at., Jaetlpnville

Clyde St. Johns River Line
U3*twewn J ACKeUONVtLLS antd SANmPoNri
8toppiagat Palatka, Astor, Beresford (ID land), aim Iusermsdeie Landings
on St, Johns River.
Stumers CITY OF JACKSONVILLE', ind "FRED'K DE BARY'
re appolnied to .al as. filluws: Ltre JACsOWNVILLIS, delly excVt
batuidadys at 8 ibt) p. i. r. Heurlnien, Is 1 AN )lRD, UiWdI
eori tunsdiJays, at uIt0 a. m.

s 4 edoge t E1404 up,
Lave 3:0 p. m.....................Jacksonville ...............Due 6:00 a.
Leave 9:00 p. m. ............... Pa'at..ka................ Lv 10:00p. a
Leave $:00 a. m ..................Astor................. Ldt 4:00 pm.
Lave ..............L.d............... ereford (DeLand..........L At 1:00p.e.
Due 9:00 a. m .............Sa .....................aae 10:00La. .
Due 10:0 a. m.............. Bnterprile................Lvae 10:10 tm.
Pasenger and Tieket Offle, I Weet Bay Street Jamlknvilll
H. RAYMOND. Vice-Prv.idut and Oneral Manaer, New York.
H. I. MAYNARD, P. T. M. A. C. HAOERTY 0. P. A..
Pier 4, N. R., New York. Pier A, N. ., New York.
L. B. CROBL. 0. A., F.. I. 1RONMONOIR. A. G. P. A.,
LemburL, la. JavkakaUil, P.,
L D. JONES, T. P. A.. JOHN PENDRMI T. P. A..
Jacksonville, P1. Jacks vill.l ra.
C. P. LOVELL. Alset. Jacksonville, la.
Oeneral Offtlea Pier 86, North River. New York.
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G. S. Merchant & Co.
Retailers and Jobber In

Staple and Fancy Croceries
Graiq, Gard*q Seed qd Ferttllzrsm
SOUTH 1S0 SQUARE --o- GAINIEVILLL FLORIDA.
Highest market priee paid for Chlcklen, Iggs and ether Produce.
A romplte Usock of Hlay, Corn. (hts. Flour. Bran. Meal. Cotton
Hpod Mol l and Rye. We handle only the Very Iee goods
at lowest Price. and Iuarfiase atafactia always.


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TMDAILrY BstI NtaTYL, Ll RormDA MARCH 14, 190


Where the fine biscuit,

cake, hot-breads, cruas

or puddings are required

qRoyal is indispensable


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Ieib. I lti ,our dtpoiits weere .........
Dec. :nrl oour deposits \wret ...........


* 1200,1 ,
... 152,:*: .


Anything In the fresh-meat line at
1""a's Market
Remember The Sun office when you
Want anything in the printing line.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chill, fy'ver, colds and lagrlppe.
Price 25 ccinrtA.
Attorney 13. A. Thrasher has return-
ed from Micanopy, where he has been
on professional business.
There's nothing so good for a sore
throat as Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil.
Cures it in a few hours. Relieves any
pain in any part.
C. Brinkley of Jacksonville was in
the city Thursday. He was enroute
boes from 8t. Petersburg and other
polats south, where he has been on
buOals.le
0. A. Sally of Orangeburg, 8. C., i -


The Gainesville National Bank
--.T. W. SHANlD, rlPndit--
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Not only for
or for special
Royal ecqua
preparation of

wtay, nutma
tatynutritioUm


NEWS OF ITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSE

Katter of rGeurm Intert Gat
ad by OurT port.
0 -. ...... a
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITIE

What Has Happened and What
Golng to Happen Told In Short Par
graphs to That "He Who Runs Mi
Read" t In The Sun.
A very fine veal today)' t F'agti
Market.
A. 1.. Reeder mado a biluress tr
to Archer Thursday.
1. C. Walker has returned from
business trip to Trenton.
Iabor contracts for salo at th
office; 50c l'r doseu, or $2 per hu
dred.
8HNe our window with it. St.rn
soti' exclurslvo cruitsnt tat rllto IiI
Ini It. The 'lhiirf & MorrLis Co,
Attorney Furenan Y. Health
Alachua was amoul those who spe
yrectrdny Il this city (I busirlss.
Mrv. Ilodgos of lllgh Hprings h
returmnd to her huonm. al r a pliu'
visit to her daughter. Mrs. 1.. W. I,
I Aml, in this city.




.SPECIALS






IMMEN 1"Si
e9 to It a Ibet

Mr
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tWlEP CK


hI I kAM W it' h i.
44haftla'al liowl i t-A v In



sm 2) qW A h lL )t e
OWJ WHtm wu'alns#
W rIDW ITEE


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^slie- -" -a- r-ow W ANT Sroopecung in
this vicinity, and may make his future TL
| houe here. He Is very well pleased M A.--
,wtth lorlrds a. RE8 sATAUR AI
IRemnember Harrold's Market forN S REA RA
anything nice in fresh meats. We
h or finefoodalways keep a supply of everything w t
in this line obtainable, and if we 5 Cents r nee t Postofil,
ti Or C' CC. haven't got It it Is not to be had. osavealtly i' let I'ri
lly valuable in t Suits" made to your measure by B. Each insertion, but no advertise-
Stre &UM S on of New York. and a fitment taken for less than 20 cent. Six OSE R S
plain, s antial, nt buts fa 2oolo tods w words make a line; no fractionallines, ALL KINDSSERVID In ALL STYibe
xid for all ocCa- shown you. The Phifer & Morris Co. every word over each six counting as
Le the food \W. 0. Richardson has returned from a additional line. CASH in advance Choice Steaks and Chops, Drip Cofd
kes the food more Micanopy and o(her points. Mr. must accompany all orders for inser- Devilled Crabs.
and wholesome. Richardson is a candidate for sheriff, tions in this column. we employ one of the best ,
and has been out In the interest of ---- -... - the business-so boy or laexperie,.
his campaign. He feels confident of PERSONAL. The beat equipped ad oldest ret.. :'
election the olty. If yoa want real cooking t,
el0ectio, "COOK WHO KEOWS 1 BUI81MWIS., |.
Try Fagan's Grocery and Meat Mar. CONSULT Madame Shipton, the New cal!-anytWhin the market OflrdS~. A 4
ket for Anything in the eatable line. System Palmist, on all affairs of here.
They will please you In goods and life. One week only in your city. We do not promise something f
Spring Park farm stall-fed beef at prices. Phone 41, corner West Mala Directly from New York. At Mag- Rbut LAR oei A. Sfor peolal r,money.
Pagan's Market. and Union streets. Prompt delivery nolia llotl. week. Place for ladles. gentlemi.
Mrs. T. II. Ellis has gone on a visit their delight. dren.
U to her daughter, Mrs. C. A. Marks, at The Phlater & Morris Co. have Just FOR SALE. - C
Waldo. received fron I t.Stern & Son of, Nw SAL-Fv gallon aty gaso-ro
Mra. Annta Ixou Johnson of Grove York their exclusive custom tailor lin, an. Apply at Suin office. OEl
h- Park Is In the city on a visit to rela- line. Nothing but all-wool clothing ._ -. Ca
tives and friend,. made by them. Suits $20 to $40. Pays FOlR SALE---llark record carbon type.
Mr. and Mr. R. II. Peeler and to buy the best. writer ribbons for legal work at Off the Street. Aw from Drt aW
eS 'daughter. Mm I Ruth. have gone to The re-.iden'ce to be ereited by L. The Sun office. Files-Over ;the Magnet, West
Jacksonvillel on a brief visit to rela., Death oni WVest McCormick street Is Side of Square.
tives. now well under way, and in a short FOR RENT.
le Mrs. '. II. Iurke and children of time will Iunnm up int big proportions. Oysters prepared and cooked p y.
ra. Hanford are In the city on a, visit The house' will contain seven rooms. Hl(O'SE FOR1 RENT-Apply to J. W. Steaks and chops brolled-nit .A
ay to the former's mother, Mrs. F. E. with all uodern conveniences. and Vilal at drug store. Any special dish desired can
Totk will be a credit not only to the owu-r, on short notice.
bukiet that section of the city as well.
Bee if we' cnt fit You with a Hart .iNOW
'. s OtteIIf"tll'tftyou Withtlairt On Friday, Saturday asndi MondayNW
Schaffer & Mir all-wool itult before will h ae* odillay t our store A Just a few words about 1
rip placing your order for a tailor-made sprlg and sutner woolens from the CAN MAKE IT M3eal: Morning and night, am. '
s:ult. 'T'hel Ilitfer & Morris Co. ilighArt Clothiers of Baltimore. it of If eat that's on the market g
a Captain II. C Parker of lACross., guaraltet.d, n s every garment will b. for your ch ice. Egs? wh '
ot, of Alahtlhuita comit's leadtling at l cut by an exiel.rihnced tailor. An op- they go with any, ached sppera ,
is most widhlv known citiae..s. was In prtunity iN now ,.ff'red for a high-art F Y YOU toyou der-fried, poached, scramlet.
n the c(it from,,. I.nr.ose% v.sterday. suit at a low ,rie,.' ,et the liablt. iL. you prefer, an o
If t<>i %tin t thle proper thing" in J. lurkh .r: l a a le bill
fre'.th ,,,bti. ,.r ,'11 ,t'rit,.., HlirrhlihI Just receivedd. spring and sunmner from Thursday-Roast Duck, C.- ':
iee thl iac to gt it .e' delight I woolen, front the li gh-Art Clothiers BUIL A Httes Sweet Pttoes, Caul
dollht.ing ,u, n u-tim r.T ,ad a ur dr of lalttim ,. Th,,. will ., ,be tll.i- Pickled eets Lettuce, slC
,yr) 1i proimlt play at I.. J liurkllio's Friday. at- tP kled Sllcu Pe hed
(i \\alter liha i pitI' iilielit lia4 til uirdnay la Moi l tnday. A fit io gKiaraul.
nt l tore..H .pe'atr .( I.eIt.h lit in th teted, a- every garment will b't outout V iIVilllg VOil lrits From this date to the close
Plto Mr tr .a. .i 6ina Ow'th ipll ctI anii t, l rivt.d ihr. Thoisf- oyster season, I will deliver
rity Mr kit i -1 %l ;alease.d with hI an experienced tailor. This arf- I1.I )1NPart of the city ,ried others
a (;at, ~lll,,, l.hh.h h, t .. as (Wlinesii'. hi ch 11'4e- lare onef of fords tesll oplportuitity of tecairing high- dozen--Cash musm aiomipany Orde'
nt the ha.ineom'net little cities in the art clothing at low prtres. (Get the d l.'rl*.lI A ,o If you want to etapany oi'e
'e. Htate tahbit and remember the place. L J y f uwa nt to ttaula e
f1 ends with a little supper, see
The Inlard Harildare Com painy art Ilurkhiam. (,f all kinds.. I have the place aid you can t, s
advertising a list otf geMl s tuittable, for A. It Oliver has retunied frnii I haed of privacy a& 11 as cll s
warm w eathr it% this i mue ook points In Kentucky and Illinois. where ed of privacy, ell as cl
the ad tser as. ctane article' )ou ned he has bWen to purchase horis and service..
to u.iake sour htilmeit' re cnamfor>able wUileii for this market. Alex is a
Imii it. enii.,tiintet finl jin. of horse. esh. and ',exrcilaSe our anC' Front
Attention In csllled to th~ 'adaortiit his ior.nal care in wlecntin I this ot.
t of Th 1 hoa Comapany. whih will b advert In Th uDoors Mantels, PLEASE CALL
which apiwar In thl iolsae. This al l.N. as they arie Alweks the
rompasky is all~ertl ets building tma. .la*t ctr he brought to (Gaitleille T
tertal. petc. and it will ay those look were the best. but these will be the 1Te, etc. Atotr lRank and se onr
inu for such to gi e' then a rail.* "ry tewt." Pocket Savings Beak-open .
Anmn those visiting tibe city is It W 1 Mattobus of l)onnle is In th. count, and bfgin aviag a port
P. C(' hrant of Tholnta lllle. lGa.. an city Mr. Mattheus has served his your arr ing. We pay Four
oMl friend of N II ihtll Mr sCochrn district failtfully and efficiently as a e t Inter t, oilpogWder qnarm*
is a Irwiallint stewkruan and farmer mneonilMr of the hoard of Ctmnty Cota v t our k.
of him bsetoa. but is tiow repreepwat rt'set..ioo.rs for the past aight .eara, rmou or i *
Ins a IAholesal. jwrduc iuwinastusm and wtil iwa ra1ilidate in the' coming -==- --- -----
bouew' of hi'lad elphIla iri,.~t for <(c-tMiH t reaurer Hie i. tVI-. --_s-wm
A severe old that nma ,sI, sh*,It. o t te'a i a, 'll' k -( t% fer his. it.'ly trity R J THOMa C
peiou ntlA over alghbt tva e1 cured a itd .?/. h t -%ac 1 1 1tl1 si o doubtt in kb ,
qucltoI to taking rIler, ltowry sad *"t riun It.s astn..tmw..l aill OGAINESVILLL FLORIDA. Ma i*beg'tuJ' am&-
Tar. It tiil cure the mo.t obstinatse slw.- in The unusro (,..r.ls Tew. e~ -it,-
ras'kiug toughs .utsld ,trIe.,,gths'n ~y u 'r I I. Johason e)f haithsrn one., ,f
lung. 1h ii t' i. nc ti in e yelW thl * I. ling ril : . l htwit m 1ckaAE" J \' Al t'Clttam & Ci. 'a. at og those* sh, ".pr't ,.te-rdat
\," t. ., :. ,t w. ,, cd thee cout'i a. a -'rsatinie
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