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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 15, 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: VID01235
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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. 0o


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 1908


TEN CENTS A Wl


TO FIIO CITING IOROLAR MINT.
Offiser Risked 141i Life to yve that
Sof Hunoted Man.
N ( ew York, Marb 14.-A barglar
SL eld I nt wloh bon with a polleman
S*aootig at a w sen robber In t
Ic Iy Ulir htetgs. lasiomable district Ia the vicinalty of
-lsxty-ft strm and Perk avmu on
Priday, endrat wit the officer risk
HEADQUARTERS IN CHICAGO Ing bhe e ai th. trcks t the N ew
Tork Cmrtnt tunnel to save tht of
the bustoe ma.
Oath.kund Organization to Make D. The alleged robber narrowly aw
pertte Iffort to Turn Baok the Pro cape d 4eth undr a rapidly myovln
-.. .... ... train but he bad been so severely


iMtiion wave wnhin s weeping
Over the Country.
Chicago, March 14.-The LIberty
nloue, organlsed and backed by the It-
quor interests, I In reaneee to make
a desperate effort to aonlblllate the
eatl-sa n leIaue and to turn back
be prohibition wave that is sweeping
rver the south.
An announcement is made of the
domploUou of the organlation of t e
league and the clahj Is made for It
abt stnce October a general body has
been organized in every state In the
alion. Its membership In llnols is
sald to Include 200,000 men. The
beadwuartersof the organization are an
Chic go. and sub-headquartrs aj
maintained In New York, Atlanta.
Ga., Loulsville, Ky., St. Louis, Den-
wer. Seattle and San Francisco.
The body is secret and the name
of its oflcers are guard. with great
oar. Toe states are organized by to.
eal Iodes or chapters In which /the
membership is oathbound as to poll-
des aad motho is of procedures.
It is the Jpurpose of t UIllnois
Ieapue to bold a stats convention it
Jino or July. pass upon candldates
orMateoffice and for the legislature.
prior to the direct primary on August
8. Candidates will meet with favor
Ia direct proportion as they favor the
lattbrm of the leaue.
The league's platform, it is dc clar-
ed, will resort to no subterfuge in
stating Its policies.
It le In the open. It Is declared. to
tght prohibition in state and nation
sad if the plan are carried out It will
take a srong part In the presidential
C" Ya.


CENSUS OF CANAL ZONE.

numeraitlon of the Inhabitants Is
New In Progress.
Washbngton. March 14.--The tak!nl
f a new cOMnus of the Panama canal
see Is In progress. It Is a dlSculs
matter to take a census of the om.m
abhabitasts because of the compoeltowt
4d the population the frequency with
WM Iperemas change their rewadee.
id the ember of language la comn

Algei t all the employee loth
wre and black, live is barracks or
Ibt-lor quarter reqasetly a large
rtieso of thm eamno be lovad to
theIr gtere untl after or 10 p m.
d together with the fate that a 1~rge
bie f I asernrs may bat e rki ta
1 district em me dOe ad AM saather
1e Hea nest dfa. dl to the dlsel
aM or tie uwer.

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hurt by Jumpngl Into the tunnel In ma
e*Rrt to escape hi pursuers that te
was taken to a hospital Instead of to
t prison cel.
A policeman who was pasing the
Palaclo apartments at Park avenue
and 8ixty-fifth street early Friday
morning heard susplelous sounds In
the area way and went down to Inl
TeeUstte. As he reached the bottoat
of the stairway a figure darted pet
him and started dOwn the avenue at
top speed. The officer followed, cal)k
Ing upon the fugitive to stop and seat
three bullet to enforce his comm"at .
The sound of the shots bought to
the chase several detlectlve who had
been speelally ars iged to the section
of the city because of the many recent
burglarie,.
When the fugitive realized that his
pursuer had been reinforced and that
isl chance of cape by a straight-
away run wis e i xremely ttligt. he
darted to one of the tunnel opening.
n lPark avenue and plunrcd through
to the tracks, thirty feet below.
In the tunnel t(e darkness was In
tense and for a time the pursuers
feared their mAn had wanept. Just
at that moment an automobile with a
powerful searchbligt came up ti e av-
enue. It was haltle by the police
man, the earehllght was turned down
through the opening and the body of
the utgitive wae seen lying asroe the
tracks at the bottom of the pit.
The automobile towinx rope was
dropped through the opening and the
policeman clambered down Just In the
nick of time to drag the man from
the track before a train whlzzed past.
The man, uancosc l,us, was hosted
out of the tunrwl and tiken to a hapte
pital. ahre It was said he was not
dangerously Injured
In tb. area way h1hern the man was
firat oen, the police fhunrl a shijppIaLt
bai containing p|ll<-ccr of allver
wlck bhad bees taken from one of the
apartments In the house.


LEAP VEAA NOT NEEDED.


aid Te e Overwork
New York, March 14 -Pa--4Paa
see place where leap yer is not ee-*
ad. MIss Hdel Varteh Bow|oll. who
onSaalseJ the Wome's etlae oe the
Ithemu at the tInta eof the goPers
a mt, toad the ebers of theo Perti
O*lb h1ratday.
"Cupid Ia tmremadomly orworked
dowe t re." said MaM eewelu. It
Is mUedhlO 10 be e a wn Wse d
At oM of the heeptals theyr he -W
et ey ad t% t 'S vatekn oe It
mstrImoy fr e Aprl to ij m,
Se word to he states a ti
posel ~rely d sM tak pMa s o mg *
sad aye p Nlai eem ws be sL The
nsrom eee m em ms bto mthe ser %
tarlas to Pae sa the w"y dws
on the meemer0
"-verybt l to provnded b the mse.
rti. earteu, bheas. fure Ws.e
drfiskle water, sadm tr lOe eiC
0 to but food Wad etoIt8 A wife
is a very FenwrtMe Ime to o

a f hiug aMSIty dIptlet d A
sm toi Ps assi nge m st *te W
mar t OO be seed III ro u-r i
ome Wo. a- d BOees Is w r we
ed Ite~ I ak et ois
MM It11 6s Ms bret Ir O me.
Ma.Its a r so eip ph* f tS .

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aUl la Mremb JM.-t-. I. P.
a*l^ ^at assesB Me ., we ereli
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SE GOESTO JURY


2uatylvul ktH Capitol Coe
pkuy fsudaL

ON TRIAL SIpCE JANUARY 27

Cae Ceoaettuted Or of the LongWet
Jury Trtle In the 9Ietory of Penn.
sylvania and Ho Attracted Much
Attention ThreIgh the Country.
H' awrburg& Pa., March 14.-The


DBATH OF HUGH BONNER.

Was One of the Ablest and Bet
Known Fire Commlmemers.
New York. Marc 14.--HUgh Ikoa-
aor, Are comrnstaoner of Now York,
died early Friday morning of a com-
plicatio of Bright's disease and pnes.
monia. Mr. Booner was appointed
commimeoner os February 10. follow-
Ing criticism of the department, and
In spite of the fact that be wa III
at the time, he accepted the appoint-
meyU and devoted his enerifts to
much needed reforms. A few days
ago pneumuonla developed, and In ad-
ditlon to Biright's dishne of lons
standing, caused death.
Mr. Bouner was one of the ableet


capitol coanparsoy Ose in which John a b Dest Kn"oW" "re comnierlloners in
H. Sandelrsb, a Plrdliphla furnt. the worMld He entered the New
tare dealer and contrctor, former Au. York fire department in l Ili).
ditor OGeeral W. P. Snitr; former He was burn in IrelInd In 1839,
State Treasurer ~. I. lnthutN and and coniunual In the dletnrtment un-
James M. Shuaaker. forner supirtn- till 1hi. whbe he retiretl as chief.
teadent of the boat or aolllunds anll havinS pAsld thnuiAh all the grades
bnlldluaI, are chased w th defraud- of the department during his forty
Inl the state In furnlshi~ I tie capital years' 'ervie. Dlurinl his retirement
was given to the Jury ih lay. as chief he went to Itatut for the
The aruntrcts werv co,,icludol o government and orgnlied the fire do.
Thursday and Judf Kuiktili avo i artmnlent. so iueer.'Mfil was his
nal laMtructlons to Jhe Jitl who haY work In Hanava that the govevrnment
patiently listened to the i.-':ilone and sent hitm ol Mt alla where. th organl*etd
pechos Ince Janary fire department and fur ,onit, timen
The presewt case oo. It Iti.P ,one of k'rved as Its chief. lie wits the In.
the longest Jury trUiate it !t history ventor of a number of appliatit('. ex.
of Pennsylvania courts, a-.l It attract tenelvcly UIedI.
ed much attention th u thut (te --t --
at COPY OP CIPHER STOLEN.
The prosecution of tl: H1.'g.il cup "--"",
itol frasuti Is the ldtrir t. nteoi' ,f Was Used by Ameriean Embaaale In
the great political uphb(%ta:l In Phla. Foreign Countrle
dephia In 1916, resltli:: In the frll Richolre..t. March 14.*-It was learn.
of that year In t'e Weletii n of II eL here p riday hat py tt of the lA.
Berry, a democrat, to the office of pher of tie Anmerican statl dtpartmnut
state treaur6r. After lierr) took ot umo l In private rerrepondeone I)*
lee he startled the eio,: or those dtal t *lit'n W\asIthnI on and the various
by charlgin that bwb,, of tie state Anirien-lr leatImns amid mban s'N,
trte arury showed (%ht ilt: rcpitol in wa Hl'tlen iL recently )from the Amerrian
steed of cotlan 14.i00(,M) had actual- leati < here by a rrench ,employeS'
ly (cat $113000,000. who pur<'edetel In making his eenape
A legislative lnvestiatIn followed, to C'onst"atuiople.
and the flndiMag of the Investigators It IN understood that iths Is the seN.
were to the stect ttt there were "or, lt the* At rlean etpher has
great frairds eamnitted In tihe furnlh- been, obltaltrn by Ullfers within the
loUl aMi deeoratinr of the bulkling palt few )years. 4R previous ora.
After the ease of the four ldefen mlon wa. at St. Petereburg, where
dents now before 'hi. eourt has beIn l "I" lPll* oirl photorgllltile tille l of
dhpoeed of. the plt',r utlt r rotf thl ti c riph.io finoa the American emniias
other d4eendaste *1 t he taken lup. y "- .-.0n.
.- .-TO M EET IN WASHINOTON.
TO RESUME WORK. __ 0-.
I.M.,irt I-fin aa National L I a


Important ceetructios, WorL e o
0. Road eo Bs C4oleted.
PittsburI, Pa.. SlMarh I.-4)Oreirw
have bes asued e" the l"gteirs oM
the Baltionee and Orilailrtoad in the
Pittt ig district. t-11 re"ee sll (i n-,
stratioa work em lwproeMw ts sart-I
*& last t11, a4M 4we will be rej
amd tofll n West Moy eO Nthere
or &oWt impertapt PMHt.
A bw of *orhm wa h wormlaid
of alo fwas*$ as* WM belohwgv
e UM.* a IJ it WIrNequire lte,
eaSM rgheuO WtofI.u s. o am.
914t. the I0moemn ts.
The weet leudee t eempot am of
the HtW.kog~ ewwas buwusri Pitti
ber of nd desasot e p ereos a =

(raddog St No ftirawall A i i", Ow
IbWCI ~ doim thLy---~ ed
ingtedu the of g b un e~ w u
Syo f shop t Pu0.g11 0. 14M e
PlM1100 41Ides. the asgstplebmell'!
mhe 1 F1e04 mserous eIda oe ~es
a M~. 0I-I 0, s&" SO Ir4fa
suesame imtrt sre Lac" Se sat



peftep ? nw POW&ot
"doems. l... Marsh uf Is.-

Pasasg---oer R*W Piss rr
mow owns 41me I. MO8I*ipis ig
IhumrIMah e mm" beso taoe y s
pavehIa 60 atos f1%eeam& afam


ta~ th mImes psbwg bee emo a5
W0 MMM tsese w ftel #Aall,
mIn i p rM~? ie ~ .o to mo'm
bet Wt s Sellhiefet to~
Pw A be'vol 40111 W mAWDse06h
bN bY OmP O Isos.meeSWebls mebe
O do ,, bet Wt h i'M by a
UI I)o


for wo rpm*m~g
as a ra boomme

owspioo 40 04 Ab Wise
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ber e Leadr Anneneed.
Yc~w York, arch th4to,-Annoufare
till-l of tat sI sJecsI5 will be the
maust Importlat Oftsreese oflNaional
labor )Sadao over bhelt. w Made
Iburay b hiy th ae esu9 Oowwi .o
the Amwrks P erui of Labor.
I Over 8sbok"dadisibglam M Itslate
nI1oaI selcoe a s m o mM., ul be rap
yeses tdat theee, O whisk Is 5S*
ad to be ld I.s Wesdlmgfs t Ws
adeyofo too .sat wes
plisaft gofn"w testions emusne
mthe myam ~ dee lem AMM
the MIdS" t am ID be he60esblset
Wb beom"l o fr salsthu.

HMe PSWow I IiDays.
I~m@ fe WI, MersHwo14., Wei
tHis PrsIwOIs ag abs" $OaN
wr of ChiMOM. amEspisbove. who

de wIlbe *me to indmn Wo
IlS bO wad IS eas a U*M
two weekT kosse Ow an" re
Wa g her stassth MrgeV well1
but doe"e"M walk s dolbsoos
in Me No whifn Sb tsMho Wday
111e-w.ie w *am, w 00 shady
10 Me 0 %w Uftham sibe
WW9re 'led quleker Wise @Wofd at
Mlne &erlby part of hro et.


u. -J -w.r, U
Web bs so*m.
ieis rmmdom. cml. mmarh5

"ved here bamsdp be* asa
wee& bay r osomm" of t4moeeeagS .
sm.I rmra ftr sawafmj "rb u"
eases maling UYJ Use


as hr tre0low ad 9 I4 mes of
"mowUa imom8 o.aU


/

Now St man*tos

aIfor mow maidmh
mr~mgM Bee*.t, rine
a~c~r~ Awr~ Jrrr


A GOLDEN BEE-


Reue of Pruprty Ss UmS1i
StWs Hilt luy.

EMPLOYES RESUME PLACE

Renewal of Activity Due to Frest O
de*e from Washington for Immelamt
Coinage-One Order for $10,00W000
In 120 Gold Colns.
Philaelphla, Marrh 14--With the
return wavu of property the Unted
states mint In this city kas agla be.
come a 10iitrn bee-hive of IIluof trX.
T'hm ,ihout the week enployoeef ;i
haid bhe\ I:id off have been rectving
laetrurtions to resume thetr poets and
Th.urs.lay a full foIr, wa at work, as
greatllnR aulut 1MO0 persons,
It wn orattedl at the mint that thbi
renowul of Activity was lit itan free
or krr r )Inu Washbtostn for Immedl
ate t'l)it>Ke' I r'dillK lll, W ordCft
was on411 for l.o),ti) ,) re In $10
suold vnils. 0


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FIRl ON BOARD SITAMER.

Prompt Action on Part f Captain Pr
vents Lee of Hundredag eives.
New York, March 14.---I'rApt ard
determllnd action on the paRt of Cap
tain Appleby, o.f thd V)l )tiver satren
er. lrovidtiene. prmuventd what other
wIthe ,uight ha been a trious oatas
trophy whe fire broke out on the ram
warily she was comlin up 141nl Iehnd
souml bound fr m Pruvideno. for N*w
York rliy Priday.
Three hknred and fIfty paregersa
were asleep on the Provldaldo* whee
the fire wae dbloov,* *d cn rte fretlbt
deck of the steater while was the
aiff 4atte nlant, o0 mile fruo New
York I't.arin that if the alar wa
permilted to spread over the sbip he
would IatW a pllkae of passe sra with
which to contend aa well pa a Ire to
flht, ihe captain eset a wiraltse call
to the nteamer Richard Peek, of the
.imm Ilue, shlh he ksew must be
soitoWbhere In the vlolI0nl,
The Richard P'erk i was booMd
for New York. and while she had ot8
been liblted durtal the alight t was
sen that her oAedtre would bring her
at hat bor to within a few mlll t;
Lhe Prod e l 10
The tall w* quickly answered, the
pIretanet of ed P o vdee wn o*n
p W. S o sbeh i sla was aitdW e lM
lthe petlUse M they etrtod
Ut* oseh aher. Who ea tbei' ue
Irt ser the ir woo snlt Ia usep
M theta Provlode, but the pMa -n
who h~A ro wiaod a fedw m tM

oW q- sell wtl attIb o he
rita re d to et few tmnl.
"Te#. wen oa" (he treiu
Wi ",AT 4"11 ad Wlil Htlls EU
mNy.
The 46111 de1011c that t1 ws
ma^ -TV -ir me* m
W StoH asl we l ,Wed th
riwot rebt of -a hm.


ons8l0g mw Wk ssop
WdeIt Plm aseh.VMO..MarHU&14.
..--o WLr W l, f W laesp edrefhW I&
V'wor Mr. with t*Ane"low. I*
ft Wesg Pal masb 09 M60 Veleei
?kuteb esaiss I 10sa s e UfGIo
noe throvg#vamp sand beary
WatI su ten hines frm Pw Pw..
an atrhigm 66M he wasprseshAwl with
a 011"If 4w kr sIwhrIn *I


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UNNWI, woma ii 1- 4 wir
awanassumed by 'am a.
ftmn "" Y fe'be't LbtLAh
U. stirS Y~i hee fr %rew Ver


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' PROMINENT SPgAKgl COMIN

Among IhowWRI be bvnsrwa le"
of "Ofth Crsia. bs'p iew
srPmIddSW4hJ.N.sbk.
too sad Oa IrY.'k Prsine, N.,,.1~
06" monor~cr
whi"k 004 a ot ui
W"b If & WMA 4t tlk* Amaki
AaMem Leage, will he I"&at
aam" oemavesimn athiscty as
T*Ndty, W edumay dThuay.
IMth 11. 18 md Is. ke Tabr.'
saw. 0
"mi win b bthe rant mswmve
bees oralsed Is w hIn with1 "th
"A "t-. The asesodlasL i s w
tm; d ONr a wos erm thregh t
of whomr have hea btuamd osoul.
a obnlure ad "do", anrl
at in In o theomr to.orNm the

MUMin b yv. W. IL "us ,ao
Kety Iwho uas V abs*al
Ant Ohebd*. Ho osaen Y
bIb --1, am wilg
pdowist o *0 a*oe mw 5m at
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Tl" r a ir M ave lUso
rsVed trum ,. gt a &ft 6O1 New
Tort their eadav lss taMn r w aeg
UM. Nothing bt madUi ot eki ba
Imado thlw *lt W to $4. Pays
to buy th boest
H. ., P i om aoeooted a pat.
tid as dlet at to ste of W. P.
Messier. Mr. es0m was for amiom
tinm oaeseaM ite otahmvftle' tI
ertIs to teroturaat btsneMa, ma
Is werl krm bme.
Palor r bImauw, bav a
adrt4r.ow Is tM isl, M, to

walae o emomato oa the peboe
>Iat- Is o moe oem o etr poemoeet
MaSe
Miss PrIaar ass aeepted a pods
damaS dalae1 y at h saed of J.
Mea s ". Mis iareose c has onlyb
ben be a few m at, but has made
hrelf quto s asr emaseoM @a
he o*lr ev mu sam will no dobt
ase ,ma aeo friendsKB to hr ae
Amm mm at umem o Itmrovomemts
Mr. C. O. frRt the popur
OMb)m of The Oa-semvlle Natom
-t I bas made to his r mdem asb
b to 1 vo te old umauothy
plhmMng toer out and the boue
ptro hrfoagbout by The 8. J.
Oa hrfay, Iatarday and Nonoay
w will bHve m a pla at oar tonr
spriWg d nume ar wole trom the
HlMAgt obthers of Baltimorn. pit
lar-ate*. as evry garmet will be
"at by a aea xteed tald. An oD-


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Is whio SMende, beesP
.~~II';am )A" bm f trCI~
I md *a rare
@ova" ft ow dry Polk
mse Wr -tots be. b.a

s jSdrSIP& In ha be Nwouddo
vetol em L a~d'Ia


1.. W. Usod.ma a Arabial Ga. who

of lis ynl woe kM t a MW. Goodae.
sratwf for hime nm, an s
em sealpmd om Meooat of the
of 1s OBT. Joha. Tbkedr a
na troeem never oame.
a! '* ea w~b pdeelaur
, ih1 aAL IIn4 wbih Ist -polpom y
vuIi4 this ma. and .frteasst, t ha
&alSpIO deotdy sympathy Vowith theme
Is thr tisfortune. Freld of FMr
004m l however will be muhe
g artUseda to ern that her codltlo
St1 8Ortd. and aJl hav hopes for
,. ._ Ier wooveWy.


Mr, ad Mrs. J. Iers, who have
bei raesidU for a year or more In
this ety. ft eterfy fr their old
bine IL Japomrllte, where dy will
penbably rena for the anxt three or
S weekl. They will rtrn here.
ad It to rumored th y Lraxpt soo
aftorara to learv for Th where
tfy wil In future rWd. Mr. and
Mras. Ivere ave ma*d amay frieads
utr@ theWr tay be, sad It is to be
reattoe that they will nat remaa;
bot Mr. lvd, who, omtwltbhtaadlas
tht be asa retred from bauines ba
bli "*yae ope" always to aome I*
votme t.,aad It Is probably that he
Lba tomad am opening I thb.JAm
ltar IWtOhFlch he believes will
p oteo to "f .


fbe 0. W. Hyde Company has a
advrtlrm it to this latp which our
reader a-ot help but notoo, as it
eeplte a page. Butt t wll mot pa
those loolM g for the "ral thlo'" I
dry 4 s sad millonery to pass tbhi
advoratIsam t without studying It. for
e lb to be found tere thinto
which wW Iterest them. The big
modakIew opetas, whbch promise to
e =pa. ytbta of the kind ever men
r attes pted to this seetiom, will be
hd4 em Marhe 1? and 18, *whe a
speela tnvttatlon is extended the
bldle. The Hyde Company is now ti
the eplegat Hill btlding, designed
and wmtrmeted after their own Ideas
sad for their own u and It may be
trothflly stated that this s the mobt
noders, upobdate place of Its kind
to Plolda Jacksoavlle. Tamps and
ZkoMOMM tn &W~f#A


GOOD BL!
EuIB PROTECIlON AM
Te oof health and preestli qml
y &aLdent uopos pm healthy blood eOn

NI...., humors and gcm rom variosouluSM
ad ha thi great lIe-streM becomes a s our 1
bow oto a nourishing, h. lth.4ut5133l3 laid. Es
amtsot fator, reglating the qualitA -o bood, I
rtalradm blood r110 disease I awncstry, 8auOlnl5 I
Smsis ama' to rop ut some tie In fiae m aot oyI
m a -it'bl- for but when the ciratl .b in
or MA wuak in quality, thwe we am the em.ectLs g
ai bhl, suab asWnZ allow CNpagaow
cod". All blood taotbs rgfin a tomb 00


PURLY VEGETABLE wih baupanddgi
41a'. 8. 8. .permaetly rco thmdRhem, Catinr
teaim cha TB a ,tter, ad dal ot er si dishes and
the blood an my smdlcal advice fi
TVi WIm T SPECIF CO .,


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ALnAXTA GA


Cord Wood
awd Ite Blcks Rey fIr Slrttk
4.50 per cord of pine, and delivered. 3.25 per cord of pine t Ualvsty
$5.00 per cord of hardwood, delivered. l$.75 per cord hardwood at UnJ'sty
Reduction on above for large quantities.
Phone Orders to Auditor University, or see Capt. Cox


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1:0 ,:O. DevotImal xerctes--Rev. pNut, i. w Ofe ft M hap.t g
lass Ia -an
h *M em Is at s jlo pr oe. Got th Habt. L
silk, n Ri at of blrutan ad Pef. H. A. Howe1 eof Havana. Cuba.
SMrta or e to Ue to Il a OmU- Reommmend Chemberfal's
' m Mo vemat for Advancsng Mr. ad M r. W. L C. Haisler andCo
ad eorm. Ld by Rev. J. w. W. -% a. am a A WUamv, m r ee amr my
r qte eLtm UymUloAla. ao "A FS aR"o I 5A remember m,
S re leltlaO Wof eb W. VlT natve, M. Mrd Mrs. T. A. met w a r sitNmf uerSWaMad
Stol the Asdabefm Leaue-M Ui Mr. H y s formerly of ChambelaOa'sC OgIhRemedy, bu
iL tmWmheb t dIiy fT Od Tn, here r W to y lie bI reaselt I
f P OL bee eSe.o h an. a hiM I e tidem. a Ta namUl W rites Prof.

A Now.lL otuow er asa as w s n
Sld byvs. 0. A rtem i sOUm meY iI to wlwom I at weU of Mersm r

tWu:OI ebOL HAvaeW Cabs in*. C wb "On the manit
u a W. R. P eds I ha notd awmd su at rm'F arym Ot baby wa taeS
t#I, Ibn omat t im !- N *C daer with a vera y ever eol: the eart2
at Whra*. 5W. ,D.D UwMerWl lTheswle em 8 d 41Wb467 55s'W" the etIollowiag
L Sb m21m I a W s. ,dbmy.A I t I gsa d o"Sle do"4 Id W.ga asume e
^ so"Ve&& bib"wibe t sto have hi slm ti m evert.

aln desle as as Os pmie Clot t blve IS mirnin. At bed I though
h0 nkm e 5 d 6 M thamber 6o Lac.1 I.S m 1h.0 remedy. CauOmbe`aIs8
s. M D.sO N* ,a ~e Reemedy. wWd welWve, sll Adit4

X. u Lhy-4. aN N o. Teami s. 0. fSm W t ar an e tSuear aS s
l e d a M w. t It as--e v. a rM sn. ou p ah a m t es a e aON se.ai
W.. ,An4ctla Im F lda t t- day Rat omlya t voe I 51 aof r er ow
aa WlS Jerr es* ld user t T a R a _
o W MKto e In the C w se.e I wo .tee t teS b at M WMl bitt e boy.hfur m* h ya* d r ist
ula. W Je .. ,Wiard. hl taT e lseb w-l t ,
Atddress Agt 1 a Pub.11k01 m. s 'en to tow s. o hB a w e.ids C raft l4 teed
u e W -- w. W e SI O, W e Iew aI0 1 ti aL r ei U rovas k at o im dea 1t d- to

S lh41. Why O-w Aseek' edo a wt the baiow him f If ti se e o l i. death te
U Bak i ,at. Ita 1 m m 'bS.uhagb of rb th bst. fa
rMhlm ls |tln -Rr C. C Ca I'^ h ,t 1r et-e Otrl sc, rr. URoh aN AT T ane


:l Rld t AnUbj jom ata It o e. LuSsMe wSt O .bo or di s b d Pta1 e ti *m 14 d ar



mg. T to tal m J,. ~a r ea vrs. W rto future., pns re It it r o meur es fa sed. M"t
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o o l A 3 Afr U s e i s la v a& M e s. b w~ l u W v. t o tU o b i mRlSt C U MI 9 IN 6 T O D A Y IL
rhl4n1 n^ "-ROV C. C.r mkmw bw ftv oml erar nBth are PAW OINTVI MT ft Iuamtoo to
W L m m -0 pr at a wMo wft buou to (Mr h^ ew o ao ftw of HtA L S OL a4 1oo-
8:U. RaliUM *I tb AaU4)w IMOM It I' " kftOwa whait C. C- bw or Pret M ntoa We 4 le 14 dary
LIO"- t !%asttM Its J. 0. ftra 1'W"e aw tltwv, r a am but ble T awa isfasa _1 06.
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Thb al b r etre "the OWiN3
Certrioewr MaL-tima
Ahdtem-Gev. K a, Lewr4
A-Ar


bohud be vT.smmgmLAMI
b"~rIr~~r Aytr'~s F"Walrr
ForCoe hs-' ssd hmsefimr
dugmM. A" him mNo n Pooft
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it 64 w be
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on Grounds


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TheI
GA

OFFICERS
W. . Thomas,
President.
C. W. Chame,
1st VicePrelident.
0. K. groomed,
nad VlcePresident
L. D. Turner,
ee'y. and Cashuer.
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)utton Bank
INESVILLE, FLORIDA
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A Strong Bank,

Giving All Busi-

ness that Comes

Before it Primpt


Atbosiu.


DIRECTORS
H. P. Dutton,
C. W. Cha,
J. 0. Niebel,
J. A. MaIttsmb,
8. J. Thomas
0. K. Broomaa
W. R. ThorA%


WI.IL To aj
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00ood Work,


Reasonable Pricei


and Pleased Patroi

Carry more weight than the hp, U4t0 C1
competitor whose pocket-book ydu an
I am comparatively a stranger among y
practice is good and growing larger ea

W HY IS IT '


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With a policy in one of
the Insurance Companis (
we represent. Why cr-
ry uch a risk when we'll
carry it for you at ver


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rewasnable ratt*?


We'll


name the rate on a
property at your slighted


suggestion.


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, We are now pleasantly located in our New Building, with every convenience for handling our trade, and we are
in position to sell you the Very Newest and Best Up-to-Date Merchandise at Very Low Prices.- -----


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Sone Splendid Vales in Good


Our Formal Spring


MiUnery Reception
Will Occur in Our Immense Mlilliinery-s,%ction
on Second Floor

Tuesday and Wednesdy, Mch. 17 18
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It is with pleasure we cordially iinvitn( the
woliirn of OGinesville and vicinity ti c(omell and Set'
this Grand i)isplay of the Most Exqulisitc. Iluadlgetr.
Imported Pattern lato and our ,own crentionii will go
to make up a display the like of which hini not It-Cen
sneen in the city.
Every new style is here ind hav, Iu-en copied
il our work-roomin at prices that will allow yo to own
SI Heal Imported Style.
Tile highest la's modcra.tely priced.
iaL do b Tst Mf d Wd M., Mr 17 Ma 1


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Enables us to offer you these goods at most ridiculous prices. Every Department, from Pins
Suits, is brimful of New Desirable Merchandise-the very goods you want.
TO START THE BALL ROLLING we quote below prices that defy competition. N
but what there is a saving of from 1-3 to 1-2 their regular value


Grand Sacrifice Sale

Men's Fine Shirts


10,0(X) Men's Fine Dres
Shirts bought at a great sac-
rifice will be put on sale
MONDAY, MARCH Iith,.
and will be sold for ONE
WEEK at the I;,rnat Scri-
tice Sale prict.e o


43c
EACH


Shirts worth in any store ,.;3, 7. ain
8.'C. A great opportunity.
DIon't 11,i4 it
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We Are Showing
The very newest styles in
BEAUTIFTL SHIRTWAISTS, WASHI
DlRESSES. LINEN and
LINENETTE ~CUITS.
Handsome garments thut c .anot fail to please.
Beautiful Shirtwaist* at
Frm 75c m SUB Efcm
Beautiful Wah Dr~ees and Suits, every de-
t sinrble weight and fabric
SII IM Ml


404~ch White Lawn. worth 12 1-2c.... I1-1
4d4nh White Lawn, worth 15 .... ...1
'45 4ch PlMianm Lawn, worth :3e .......l
6 4noh French Lawn, worth, s& .. ....g
Beautiful Merenrised Plaids for hdirtwaiA.
at...* .......0. ..... ... ........ ,and
Fine Sheer Lirwn. worth ^k............:l
Beautiful quality rine Sheer Linen, very /
she or ......................... .a Yd
Bfutiful Sbher White Oood& of all kima.

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Fine -Tailore


lot an item quote


Grand Sacrifice Sale
-- MEN'8--

Fine Dress Shirts
5,9M)t M ni l-'ini Drs,
Shirts ownedIi 'I t vry oI v
pri('ees g)o on IIal ,i M(N-
I. AY, Ml AIW 'II lllth, at
1In low price ofi


79c
E A C(I I
The co'uIletmtel 'l "NIMAjtit' 1 im,
worth. $10.O) and $1.25, in t he vory
nowaut wtyle., and other Imililn' l4)f
eg..al vualuo included In theret ant sale.
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CAtn Goods Specials


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lonidale amd Berkleiy PCneric, Worth
oervet Cuaubriv, worth 12 1.2' .. ..
Deat Dram (linghxrns, worth I.5-- ....1- I12.
Good 36r&Inh Iight oa'alsim, worth Ii'!. .15
Bot Apron (inghiaum, por yard,... ills
Good Apron Gingham., worth mi- ...
Fruit or Lonadale ltashsng, 10 yotrds. SI
Good .3fe s Ih 8lemwhinp, worts *9c, 13 ds
Fine 36.incbIllwhing, Worth 100, 12
(Jkxxi W1inch Unblerachetl tiotIiI,
8 ..,c,_ 14 yar#cAr .. *
Splendid VSJmIJAn O Ii ha nd, IWOI f1SlloW
Infaiti' Boos ,whit* and col, plid top.,
buauctiul lW" atnds. U shd Each
New Ruchiop. whita arnti color.
ToIII ljaw irg, .* ** .. ... 0 0 0 10ft0* Is@ Its)% I
MUWUWS Piiiii, WOrfl& S(C, 1W'I JlOX fufr 5s
Jl* bmask 3cpolar box.........So.

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Beautful Fancy Voiles
in Black and Colors. Very light
and ,ih r. Beautiful gxVds and tlle
very newest. DnIIe l'tinthv-7 ant
"yards
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JUST IN


auWiful goo&s in H Hamurug sd Nlnmook
Udps and Jwmrtioai.. "at b SWUi In Naeu.
til 4ualt yL [Anmk ae of all kindo.
New piuarn-vWod auars.


CW"d Umm
Tb. a.at .~,
We wre showing Ua in Leth pain and fMa(y
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F ysMp^ orde. C astase.v*
muari 3dltw.

I:.L MaouARy ......., sa4d r Itr.
--~- 5
j ffkp. atraUM ......... ...... (SI adF hr.
1. I, PRIWITTl .... lua. Oomer1abSaoi
oprcX rojara M WAM
as w. aUJl street, ,IL ? am, mo e
T a DAILY CMl, pewail emv aessa ~lr o l
t joday, ddivsia b mrrtner in t d ety or
06tW to any put de tka Vtlud IMra, pmt
b", torft le s yr It sm ft ibms tia thim
a'. or o =a6n 1IW w reddltly fe

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ro' dYo, -4 fld.o-a anu us*of"rt ll1e d

Mpl uof ad eptout dw lmsrt, m a now I
be, p otaelf fre, to n ayrbstof he Unitd




111191 Addres TUX DAzl4 SUN*
,a i aa, ..t9 ...... iu e an ...
aThe wrter beingmls d se business
to hise efular lt ine t a dull. on
Sbeak and wa arrest. l I

SUmS Golda got Into the Unlite
S ttes dwit beinl m vWis n bu tainh
tn hiraio ular Perhaps they fall,






IMp I tea nbay, yet he seems to
emm W GOd8 to a klet to se of the




Presidacy.
S With $d6i,000 of the funds of the
NIatona ofl k of North Amerp i fall
W etd nto at h le Hobl o. tube,





.'nfortunaMe depositors may' s with
Str. HUhatt hey the p "old deml."
B Irvoqti a lorrnor are enough to




b' n Vie ow bth e reprt from the to
ib wtlha to tackle m tor of tIde

With (lkt 0 of the d0,00 o, the ti
i tiloal f a bik North Amnrriv t In




Fe. "a"'ftinoes" wous eem to In.
S nte tot soenore was lteC. It okk.

Wmuhrta depolitoe1 ma rpry o wt
tr th tthea tby Cot r "cold deal.r











wii wallre t t rom suchcolas
i by Ordw of the Preort. from the l-
a st ap att eo umber o
it eMonrel. relative of1000 the ,






i. I h of Abyestals. has beou expelled
ftrom rmanyo as lln Condi tobe prI-
e t loar fiUs ine wounse em to have
4latd e that winsOme was late In lock.
g thb stable door.

The Houe EsPmlttee on Coinaoe,
WIlgCte and Mejnres hua reported In
bier f the WIl to retor, to certato



beo the p eloiotto Ot meo Tand ru
S hop the Ma on promoters do aln

a by ardrg of le Pl dheat Thbl o.
can al ap at T ddy.lla U,
1eing of Abyislala, has beea expelledd
tfrom Germaay am an undes'able cUe
i a' nl. Il{n main olleneo eauarto bare
ber s*ort t p siploit mlnc and nrb
S adr amd ootton plaations. Let m
S ho the ba a oa promoter dopeope.
rwh AmrrlcaR

lld aothat ot aalthe latet be*o











0meh. r s eN oM hi teetest
.4 Oe wtr Th a aUl-d .omtarm y te
plmg ttrs potest emam eleUotrt





-aIWn muetta SAut te ames tO


noth s r ,ett dy
.lIaW, ttaky. liti) Ludlow, Mass.
ri* vll rth ha. te e C f his ll.U.o
1 fr th -a-eI of hit home people.
Three ws of e1 a wch are tvet
1 oa. e thot %1 tih met llage oaet
m le. 66 rsu (elo,.eo will be
-i. 3m 1*I year hrs fImv'tol

Sal eov esettd.|


-igmr tam Vtrict No, 4. a nill

job" ft ow d Theuftw Mr
ql. polar in his mo-~

~l~tedwill make a
e ea was
a Pering 6 M4uteof this dwo


By Herbert J. 6a

A young man eora" MoaDay
mora0h, an appointiebt lor44 Inter-
view at 10 o'clock th ~day with
the proprietor of m*4g4 i~~ow tawe
tory ~ Newar# Ml J. 'iN n the In
terva1na twsr 'b e.
lasted of loafingshi Om away,
made active iw iwalbautmtepara.
tlo. to Uthe iterirv" a&I gtl b


The sfterie v p aot n looking
up advetI mettes u ed by the
firm. and Jotting d-w i tl
for Improvere t $ (i dyle and co -
ttsof ~ epy. .MM ams th ykr a g
man was apply f the piftioM as
UtItaont advertise Ng ma ger, that,
it seeMS to 0 14A O BMst IaIpot
sat thin e ehi d6 Thei evTnla
found him .caeJ thb his frirwd
about the bsis a tods of
the bos, whld rfed to rouMd out
his ides f Its pole. 4ad in the
rly mortmin, while te ar was artsp
and snappy, ha took a long walk.
thinklnl up oaMtb*oerds and advrtl
oIn phrase apply g to th Mjob h
was after. After thU primlg hta
self for that been lttOe vemainteo
test, during which iemipoers asua
make up thefr minds for or aatgaI
an applicant; this yoeg aap, who
combined a god iappraU e wirlth a
good head, had no 4dliculty la st
ting the posltlg. Hi Is now, aftw
less tha threi year' work, advertie
oIn manager Cr the leading house t
th otettdM tnrt
Of coaaes. the av ge ma OM a
hardly ber aw i, tndeed, oi
pected, to a oan"i troble to r the
sake of ettin a job.' The avera
Job, like 'e avrae appHlcat, Is
not quite wIrth whieA Bet to the
man who iteasona to obtain a rst-
olah polttoe to serve hm as a sa tp
planotoae tor a future warth vU M
and boldlan, rhe preparatr
LIcludhtn priMag ap to 't or
for Udr the slvintrvle, vo|Jcmiy
M and l. plaa to ft .-

Gaineville qtem to bave received
a very uadesrable st of vistorl
Just at thbis ason of the yar whose
main employntat and sour of rev-
ane is to break ad eter. Within
the pat week o ls of three of our
bewiad houses, rght on the prt1etl
pal strets of the city, have been
vetoed. In no Intarte, however, have
the parties ben suecemful In ecu
lan anything. The prpetrators sem
only to be after the cash. It bebooves
our City Council to take active teps
toward ivingl our city better proteo
,ton. At present there In but one
pelloman on the square, nd of
eowr he cannot be on all sides at
oner tilai. With moly one mian on
duty. ad should hbe m o the eat
WMe of the squar It would be ut
m easy matter to enter any tore
Sthe west sre without attrautla
e attutenton.

Capt. W. D. Dieklnaor announcea l
Ua tamse of The sa for ree*teoeac
a 'tax collector of AlahebaI eonty.
tmeasu h toie poito i m lee r
teumbust the opportunity of duelig

tae, It le probable that Captain
tehinsois to equated with as mn-y.
if amt re of the votes of te U oom
ty, tha amy other olbtal. d be
will no doubt reesl b a large voe.

M Hayew of Calforia is the brat
eat a n the Uouse of Represeats!
tIve. He has dared to beerd the
Iie, Camuo,. ta hi bdes by .urgwg *
eurtalmat Of the speaer's pewr.
We have heard of ptlee where ageto
fear to treandad we are mder the tl.
prewoea that the tr of the Hose
was one of them. Mr. Haye' utw r


creer will followed with Iatest

How'e Thet
We oef One llttdnd I Dellr ReB
ward ftar any re of Catarrb that rfa-
not be cure by Alli' Catarfh Cur.
r. J. CHINKEY A CO, T6led O.
We, the adertened. have kuow
P. J. Chbewy ftr t r* lat I yara. ad
""W kf_- sbae ~-e1 u-natwah- fi tIV


savasa 0a., archb 14.-The mar-
ket tor ,e Islalnds was quiet and
eay dart g the pet week Most of
the bushess done was I estra choteo,
betees Uad pexta be., wheb graMdes
were at spine eoanessomk from prev-
towM q auoteom.
Th d6emad wasmanly fro North.
en mill; and while trade conditions
North are till as1atiutetory, there
1 e1 1inimdenoe ot ImproVemenut.


dl U n*uo A Ufre air o of th Boo, Viv he M'3 .'
At t elslo the market w.. as.. t



a's a ndlca Po's a.... 1 t A B H t
weekly I MR "a..Si and drives et PaID.




Cb Owa and Vaa' ... 16

led market: Rand la ; sex.... URED OF P



S~o w.sa m Marke t; enoent, which eletd aoec
ports, Up to Diea tk ST* *, O1S ,T11S



B. Spi*l, 1204 4. Vrginls s t.,
vansvlle, Ind., writes: "Ir. over 6 v

much pain and worry. I lost fesh
and was all run down, ad a year ago -
lad to abandon work entirely. I had h--- ,f--AftPl ,
three of the best plhyltlefs who did
me so good and Iwas prettles lyr
given toale. ol sy oren HOUSE
was reoommoneded and the frst bottle
e e"ond bottl 1iUwas-uroly
cured." Why not let t help you? J. 11NIv'S New and Upt-Date Hi
W. MeColluam Co. 0
W. oOl & Everything first-class. Baths free. The traveling man's

Lambrement Delared emniee retreat. Rates $2.50 and up.
New OrleanI, March 14.-*4%d -M.
lAbr- h b en la by 1w JAMES VAN ALLEN, PROPRIETOR
demoomte staeo entral om60lttoe o
thk omine n o for lieutetnant goternorol $ _-_W
Lastlasa. This action was based O "
examsaah of the oS2ea election t
trm, which showed tat Mr. A- ATTRACTS OF TITLE TE LEPH 0 NE
bremost received 4 pluraity over his
opposatm, J., ale, la t.he reet e t r Mt L IN S R
primary, 'arg of fraud ln New A LAC lII A CO NTYNa
Orlesa by Mr. Bailey were et In- A L A
vetIU#4ted by the committee, which As for ibt
delde It had so leial power for ca mICT LT CUMPANY Eat Florida Telephone Co.
ltvYeltiaton. E' E. VOYYl.,Mlana r -Lo0qg lstaqce Sftin-

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SAU te Protlons Anleritlc.u unit r sh r
Ass aw es I eBtI omatIes retrevented. Any Quantity-Any Time
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the oides0 @4 se"S wMlb1) 1, 1 able to rawy oust any obtiutkiss M49
c4lU~ atthe O5$ 1Is gdidit10v by Irs Sm.
for the a"o44 emAy lhurvr tw1WAIJiNO. KINNANV & MIANNI'4
foro tbo COME$ S p y, Wele l6t111 'wT010d 40
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Wun ft -atihM h"s WY d te a l"y. wftg 4%wtky supw the MUod sA
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lt of Varlouw Pla* of Worship,
SWhere These DOeirlf May Attend.
Services will le eN at the cliches
his Sabbeth as oo: "p
First MNeot k $ CRL Rev. 1.
Nixon--Sudayq Scboit' 9:0 a. .n
Preachten at 10:80 a. m.; subject,
"Growth nl Grace." Junior League at
13:0, Senior League at 3:80 p. m.
"ve nin service at 7:30 o'clock.
Pirst Baptist Church, Rev. 8. B.
Sboere-Sunday school it :30 a. m.
SPteaohlta at 15:30 o'clock a. m.;
-nleot, "The Master's Vison." B.
ST. P. O. Jr, a 3, B. Y. P. U., Br., at
6:300 km. Preaching at 7:30, on "A
TounV a an's Choice."
I Presbyterian Church, Rev.
Tbos' P. Hay-Preaching at 10:30 a.
wl; abject, "The Olft God Wants."
Uabbet school at 8:U0 p. m. Preach-
Sig It the evennla at 7:30; subject,
"Only One Condition."
At Holy Trinity Church, Rev. P. H.
Craightll, the services today will be
as follows: Holy communion at 7 a.
m. Morning prayer and tsrmoa at
10:30. Sunday school at 3:30 p. 1.
Evening prayer abd sermon at 7:30.
Lenten services at this church will be
held every afternoon except Saturday
at 4 p. m., and Wednediay and Friday
at 9 a. m. Monday Is the usual "Aurl-
lary Day." and there will be a special
service at 10:30 a. m., with a corpor-
ate communion and an offering for
Diocese Missions.
There will be services at the
Church of Christ today, Rev. W. H.
Northcsff of Tennesee conducting
he services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
a. Dr. Northcroff Is a preacher of
eloquence, and will no doubt enjoy
good congregations. He has just con-
eluded a very successful tour of South
Florida, arriving in the city yester-
day.- --
At Pt. Patrick's Catholic Church.
Rev. P. J. Lynch, there will be mass
at 10 o'clock a. m., and devotion of
Sthe Holy Rqary and Benediction of
a erament at 4 p. m.


This as Worth Remembering.
Whenever you have a cough or cold,
Just remember that Foley's Honey And
Tar will cure It. Do not risk your
bealth by taking any but the genuine.
It s In a yellow package. J. W. Me-
Codma A Co.


7Fft

Off the street Away from Dirt and
Flle-Over The Magnet West
Side of Square.

Oyters prepared and cooked properly.
fteak and chops broiled-not tried.
Any speedal dish desired can be had
on short notice.
NOW
Just a few words about Regular
Mels: Morning and night. any kind
of meat that's o the market is her
for your chetole gs? why. yes!
they go with any supper or breakfast
order-fried, posce, scrambled or if
you prefer, an omelet
THEN
Dianer: Here's a rmple bll of tart
from Thursday--Rcat Duck, Creame
Potatoes. Sweet Potatos, Caulflsower,
Pickled Beet, Lettce, S ifoed Toma-
toes, 8lloed Paebes.
From this date to the cloe of the
oyster season, I will deliver to any
pt of the city tried oystem for 3
dose-Cash must aeompany order.
If you want to entertain a few
frMends with a little supper, ee me.
I have the place and you can be a
sured of privacy, as well as clean
service.
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FIRE AT TRENTON.

ResideneO Oceupied by F. C. Brown-
ing Was DOetroyed by Fire.
A telephone mesae was received
Saturday night from Trenton to the
effect that the elegant residence own*
ed by H. F. Rolers and occupied by
F. C. Brownang and family, was de-
stroyed by fire.
The los is about $1.600, only a
little furniture being saved. There
was no Inlurance.


For Dieases of the Skin. '
Nearly all diseases of the skin such
as ecsema, totter, salt rheum and bar-
bers' Ith. are characterized by an In.
tense itching and smarting, which of.
ten makes life a burden and disturbs
sleep and rest. Quick relief may be
had by applying Chamberlain's Salve.
It allays the Itchlng and smarting
almost instantly. Many case have
been curd by its use. For sale by
all drilsts.


.ASt r'DAY


kUQUA


Program Was Full of Interst, and
Was Thoreugly Enjoyed.
The last day of the Florid; \\'int,'r
(.hautanqua for 1908 was o0i' 11ll of
Interest, the program at each M ol
being well rendered. The nim inI pie.
tres were especially fine, .miIl pro
unuaced the beat ever seen hre.
Dr. Clarence B. Strouse 'ara'ltd in
the city yesterday, and felt \vr itnihi
aggrieved over the fact that t1he I'o.
pie of Gaineeville had not ralliil with
more substantial support to this e.
terprse, wthh he declares IN the' tbt
thing GaOlasville ever had. wIora:lly
and otherwise. He states that the
Chautauqua malaSontenlt :s .'hlind
about $400, and ou Monday nigtt he
will endeavor to make up a pa1rt of
this deficiency by an extra emttrtain-
ment.
With thia idea In view. Dr. strousoe
has arroned for a special ht', tit ,en
tertatlment Monday nlght, att which
time there will be special fr atur'm.
The faplous Vltagraph mol iSt pilt.
turee have been Induced to r,,n:tlin,
and the management of the Muil W\V'n
ter Exposltlon in Jacksontilla. l>b
preclatlng Dr. Strouse's fri.tnship.
have consented to send the gr'at .lait,.
anee& performers for this night This
agregation are among the tllnuit in
toe world, having been the lI'idllai nt-
traction at the Jamestown '\posltlion
and hold the same position at th', Mid
Winter Bxposltion.
This Is a qpecal benefit for the
Chautauqua, d Dr. 8tromse hoal' to
see a large crowd present. iHe will
address the audience, and iIll tell
them what he has In store for (alnes-
ville.
The Chautauqua tickets will not It*<
honored at this ssllon, andl all nrt,
expected to pay the price of adnlls.
ston, which will be reasonable,

A Baby
Should be sunshine to the honi,, and
will be If you give it White's Cream
Sermlfuge, the greatest worm meodl
elt ever offered to slfferIln hu.
vanity. This remedy Is becoan.
tag the permanent mixture of well
related households. A mother.
with children, can't get alion without
a bottle of White's Creas Vermlfuge
to the booe. It is the purest and best
medicine that money ea buy. Sold
by W. M. Jobhnso.


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s q u n a i t I v i l m l ; ; I t e i l - t h v i o-~w l ; ) ,1 Im nll t v l l lkr -lt L l
tjio n1-,al M v .\ i, t !at' a' it'. I )o.ikij t l III l id' it a m 1t iurfe 4- t', I
rtee Ptp'lu~rinw.II -i k wi ll ~t t ,it, imtaking flie m viia ''itn for1 1,'t~ab ti l yo'u 11111i
Imai'lle. 'l
Th Siat tn-it \N li t ir C hair, '.iith Iixl mt "t i lly Im' rt.'
(COM EI N lb iK \ IA 1TilI 1M. Sevviril i itteil 'it tyleN aima a\
hiition. P'ria'v% \u ry f laitima'lv. Stnd f olnl obr aI card ai I~

R.B. BASS, Agent, 103 East Masonic St.,
And lie%-IIllla'a I am you i ll % \ nth w llplo f mt utitup 'tary lito o i i 'ih it wtylva,
jII'4 tiwawl all Iutifirmia~mntvon aitry.


OPN-DOOR POUCTYi CHINA
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\ i I r Ilstclr tringl Is always out,
our display of
ever i m, oxhlhti,-1 t- Ow e yth m (it
.. Mi ,14i oi ,t o olfrs iN,
artistic in isI halln t to t ihy. Some ramn
right now at tf>w Priaw. Wk In alny
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Lid on top to Ice Chamber.
Walls of Solid Golden Oak.
Oalvanized, steel-lined. nic-
kel-plated locks and higsm;
removable drip-pipe; patent
dilptrap. (lvanized teel
shelves Hinged apron for
removing drip-pan.
No. 32, 30 pounds We. with-
out water-ork-r.... .j
No. 1.32. 25 poundr ir, with
cooler .. ..... 11*
No. 34. 75 pounri# we, with*
out oo1er......... Ilsm
No. 1:3. (O pound. ice, with
cooler ........... ,|15N


GUARANTEE
W\e' prith*t4 imt "iorlem"' Iterstors t,) Im, les" o repa mwisn';'rredawsl ta lont
c'vv w wrkinaiamitp said .muiraui'ton. Any '')'l.drino" itaeftigarali~r feiuitld El4-taa0
tiv.e lin any particular wll be takm hac anl antri fhaws mneny nafti.dl Almv.
Ilntly oaiorkwnr rrisrtlon In s wtaS you pt m itt e "Odorium" Refrigerator. them
can to- no iuising of sn, nor sa fou srl air s riuma. 71w' hoovwr e air
lrrvw tbe foul air (t thlpro* W o hay In the. iisou esd Ow I n-frigsor
..Wfqpi. asw pemrnvi m INs a nsloutr-1y an" tmtina'Ma .ot i
retripreW to"le tl~r "4.1 1@ bw k spi0 rtn Ibi rrftlplo. Ini cnatructlon Is
pstentcd aid cananot o twb ur m ani Putinr
any(41'? na 6 aim


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owr ian front. Watiar-comIer
and jia Mrak. Solid oak con.)E
stmction. Interior cusw oI
Tfnnesse pplar. Ziiu.linned.
Niekel-plated locke and Ihuut.
es Rhevable ,ire-t46 l and
drip-pi Pat.'nt eriutrap.
WireWslvi with glvr-tinfrA-
IrOn frsguw. Pateut odrle"
Sir eirruIatjaai lysterm su111 in-
oulation, j1 ingedl aprv.rs for
remeyvinu drip.an 4 .d'Iefen.
oak fillI iliti' aiafeI

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SI Mose Bus t Falled.
C culinary department t the
sljo House was under a temporary
B vantagee F iday afternoon whem.
SJult about the uIIper Ihor, all ooks
t formed Man:igtr ttel that they
wouldn t ,trike another iak" It cer-
tali concesibUns were not gade.
"Get out of here; I dout gve a rap
whether you ever work another lick
or not. asfar aa ( ,a eeeram d," re.
S plied Manager "dL wra "o -
rittee" appro m ad b wist their
grievance. "WelAA m agampper our
aeles., and by6 U t im ,0m to
kndle fire tar tIbfmm t ml aI
S mre aoorI trhesl ~i rM of wtit
oat giving ft ia Wb akLast aad
seating eeCr eaft
SIt dsa iMr i tt eaMe dM-
nt deair to aLt "at w, but uas
sw r Mto was determined after they
W adI te advaaut to ithis meaar
and tod ther to i"gi". Thi War
ear to thm Uke a oMd doushmat ea
a bleak DeoL mber day--bt tby had
made the bre ad they were to
m R thet coawte" s a
SManager ttl wet lat the ktItoLe
d mbelf, and, with the aid of oe or
two eooks whom be had Ia view, sad
whom be summoned promply, supper
was served within esea Ua tao mtl-
utee' delay, and all was runalan er-
rlly as If there had be aso "strl.ke.
It appears that the eok struckk"
because Manaer ttel was about to
put them In a larger sad more od.
ren rang In the aew lteea,. which
would really have been a labor-aver
-but it looked too "bll."

Law Firm Dielvea.
The law firm of Faker, Matheson
& Baxter, composed of W. I. Baker.
Cbristopher Math.aon sad B. G. Baa-
ter, has beeu dlusolved by mutual opn.
sent.
It In not known Just what partner-
ship may be furned In future,' but It
is rumored that Mr. Itaxter has secur-
ed offices and will continue .the prac-
tive of his proft-,4fon In this city.

LETTER TO JAS. M. GRAHAM,
Oainsvillle. Florida.
Dear 81r: A bank imasenger lost a
small coin. IIt st his b down "ad
looked for It. Found it but momiebody
ele had run off with his bag.
S A man who il i oliol to paint had
better lookout for his gallons. Devoe
S I thbe lesstItalinmr laint.
It's gallons that oemt; It Isn't the
S prie of a galln. With one paint. 10
r lions ins pleuat. aYlother, II or 12 or
aI d so on to 22 gallons; and every
Jalilo ban td be ph k for and wanted
-1I to $4 a day for palnUng paint
stuffed out with qoi:ir sort of white-
Swah. The Ie the Irle of a gallon.
the nor tih. t ta-iAlnma
S tDank niet...u-, I' lttitor klokout for
their bani4 a.d um t *tt( to hunt for
|i, *small col,: atd l.rciIrtl'Y wcMers alt-
ter koikoult for te' K.,llms that make
the emet'lin. a,* nt for the prtce
S which bit- luotha1I to tio with it
SY P>ri truly.,
0 &0 '0 W. .I:\Vt & 'O.
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nw attaralCk eat e~Ll'n ath"g" t
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PROF. ROLFI TO JACOtSONVILLc.

Will Attend Meatng of Exutlve Com-
mittee, Herttleutural Amolaten.
Prof. P. H. Ro director of the
lorl sbperiment aM sa d one of
te aM wltdd4 mw sad moat .-&
et ogrllntmalIUs 1 the coatry.
eft batrday for Ja dkavUlle, wh
he woatto eatted the atinSg of the
sM native nl tof the u toreMs
teriatIutursi bet*-1
Plrleaemor Rlb Is N aly a the.
rdaut tm IpiRL m,. when
t 0om to the row agof pleats,
wethor tbhe are a tho grde, the
kerm or the reba.d. He mn mad
a theortial a4 a pr otoal stdy aI
alln ies, and ap ma t the eomtry
Sbettr posted or more reliable In
him oplalom.
Tkhe maMl Stteo eootln of th
maortlo- l o ,ety wll be beM a
afsoWT bi year,n ad Prof. Rolft.
who ka atkhority to fix the date.
will barrage for the same durtin
sarly My, hbe the oonventIon wii
eoflect wtth nothing else. It is need-
les to add that the roovenoon which
will bring tothr the beet people
the eoutry t Uthe lines of agriultore
ad borUteulture, will be a plant
and prodtable one.

WILL GIVE EXCURSION.

M. Saudlers Wants to Give Frtnde
a Goe Time Thuasday.
M. B. Saunders, always looking of.
tor the comfort and entertainment of
bis friends, has arranged to give an
excursion next Thursday, the 19th
Inst., to the handsome grove of. M.
J. Ward. Tacoma, and expects a good
crowd. Mr. Saunders. who Is ena
thusaastle, densres to induce settleru
here, and upon this occasion will
take three proslpetive buyers on this
trip. which may result In their )-
cattal here. i
While the party will be a select one.
Mr. Baunders Invite.s anyone who de
ires to go. The Iarty will be en.
tertained by Mr. Ward.
The train will leave Gainesville at
9:30 a. m.. returning at 4:30, thus
affording wverail ours among the
groves. The fare will be 75 corits.

Listen
And renmruber the next time you
auffer troi pain--caused by damp
weather--when your head nearly
bursts from nourallia -try Itallard'ls
Snow luitmeut. It will cure you. A
promluent business man of Hemp-
stead, Texas. writes: "I have used
your liiment. Previous to using It I
was a great suffernr from rheumatisun
and paeuraligl. I am ilphmnd to say
that now 1 .:;. ::'e r- *"hese com-
plaati. I am sure I owe their to ynvr
Ilalment Sold by W. M. Johnson.

Fire at Hawthorn.
(I. It olks. traveling re|prt unitative
of The Htun. s'ut a telephone' message
Saturday h1iht to the ff'ct that two
harml be.twimli tI W \\ Moxre were
coasunied by ntre during Saturday atf
tt~im.a, and that for a while grrat
excIteuient pr~e lled, as It was ftAred
other danagP would follow
Th. brans cstalaned feed of various
kaide. and two bal. of rotton, and
the ioCe amrewnttd to courmldrable
TberTr was* no tinurance

Unequaled asa a Cur for Croup.


"ileeldee betuig atm eteehleit remedy
for cs mad thnalt oubhe Cbam bor
lain's Cough Reiusy In unequed as
a cure or croup.- may s harry WIL-Ave
of Waynotown. Ilnd When gl n as
Oa.m a the Croull cough allpr.. t hi
uwntaoy will tir'eut the attack It Is
aad vuocettuliY In mau tbousaand
of hoae.lFor "l1 by all drNuagts.
May Peetpeoe right,
U~dtl. vb It ".'be4I- a
sibaitt) the toe Wt tw betscn N s
bIns and Jo'n It'.be. R flet o cakv
puce at I almak Mth I'. ways bvy te
be gw'p'u"l- d lVwrst s p t ihb to or
elii l on Ne*"iai wuo- rvmu~td is
WIaL&matlDA oRfO tfe ry' Nvraes .
WrIttel tbo t eprofter .4 14 BMetI4%
*Skoog tba If im i wooUl c s)'t f
a poscpoe"Momest 44 the t.
A t0lesinet Ph


e ya usFeae t a al ea az.t b physIc
give Cbmbiasiiu Iftemaca Iad Uver
T"Wo a riL Tey amIld a sad
to $ do&1 WOM mod GIVV*
!=a osI s* seatb&. end al o'
at MY m sotm athaleetUP


MWi W and Experlment Statin
Teae Had Fine Game Sturday.
"ut tfors change," the faculty of
the Uslversity and members of the
Expelalma tal Station Indulged In a
lame of base ball on the University
rounds Saturday afternoon, which re.
silted It a victory for the Universt-
tia by a score of 18 to 5.
This same, while not largely at-
tended, was most lateresUng, as well
as amasa, and thoee who attended
enjoyed the event equally as well as
the who parcipated t t.
The afternoon was moat pleas-
satly spet ha friendly rivalry, from
whek bOth the University ad Ex-
perhtm t Statlo men received a
great' del of exerwse.

sood Linhme,
TYo wl habt a good while before
rou lad a prepuatio that as equal
to Oh-misT-lal's ltllment as a cure
aWr m elsr and rbm.matle pals, for
e of prains ad sorenesa of
to mseles. It a equally valuable for
lam baek and all deepaested muscu-
lar paIa. 25 and 60-et sises for
sal by all drullists.

Department Congratulatae Evans.
Waslaston, March 14.-The follow
Inag coanatlahtory telegram salged by
erertary Metcalf. was Prlday sent t
wear AdmiraltR vans: "The depart
meet eongratulates you and the mne
aad o4ers of tbe Ataat fleet on the
termitattiU of the voyal to the Ps
die Ina eat accordance with the ItlU
erary ad al o upon the escleney of
the slip a ad the time of the arrival
at Madalena bay."

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THE REAL TEST
Of MerpleMe I a In Iti I a Thesi
eMgh TIaL
Thea Ie only one test by which to
judge of the eafclency of any article
a&l that Is by Its ability to do that
which It Is latpndrd to do. lMany hair
visors Iay look nlie and smell nlio.
but the point is-do they eradicate LDau-
druff .tnd stop ftil'ing hair?
No. they do not. hut Horpirlde does,
becau e It goes v tl he root of the evil
and kill the rr'n t).at attacks the
Iptlla from whince the hair gets Its
Letters from prominent people every-
where are diltv irrovlrn, that Newbro's
HNrplelde stand tho "telt of u'e"
It is a detllhtl'l dresalng, clear, ure
and rree from ul or I*oe.
eold by I mdlni dr',irlatn p.4 ird'. t ,
stamps for sample to Tbhe Herplolde Co..
Detrokt. Mio.
Two *Vsn-40 ots and $1.00.
J. &L b lla d 0o, Special Agents.


AL


PLEASE CALL


At our Bank and mlclre ,i' o( of our
Pocket Na~imnS Bank.sr-im'ai an aw-
ctint, anil tfn mimn, a iportiin ,of
your earninx. We pay F'ir iPer
(k'*t Intern t. omon>mimt n-ll ijiart'rly.


Garinvile Nltional BaIn



inAN Departme IT





EASY for TYOU to



BUILD A HONE
S-- -!---


ly giving you prices
on It'lLDIN(G


MAT.VERIAL.
of till kindA.


See our Fancy Front

Doors, Mantels,

Tile, etc.


We' will I laegidl to-1O
youk our it,.a sck.



K a IS. SYIU PS .
GMOIBGVS" LGFA@O.


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SOMEBODY BELIEVES HI US


Feb. 1.ttlh our (delposit- w .ere.........
Dec. 3rrd our deposits \were v ..........


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


....$200,1o O.ln
.... 152,557.2,


...$ 47,603.1.


The Gainesville Natimnal Bank
T. W. SHALDS, Pwresidat


DELIVERED ANY PART OF THE


CITY


Brown-Jenings Hardwood Co.


kId Il= 135


I I


T. F. TOMAS

UNDERTAKING CO.

FULL LINE OF
NEW (IGIJS....


A(.rN rs voH
XN0141M1ENTS T, 35hbStiN4,?
aslid IRO)rN M14.%


Pemotski attetloD to alIi .1 hut"r
tiMis lie Mal! &od te1.lrdr .ih

Oalnenvlle. Florida.


0 imimmi-ft Fl.


GREAT VAN AMBURG-SHOWS



19 At Gainesville 1

19 Thursday, March --

Th h .* Thi- ir I'i Pi 'v r a,1 l r',tter ui ,l in H Mr\lr ( minianuding l'o-
siti, n "l an I '. ,r> t. .M.Vi, taiu TIa ir I irivaledI -tat.in andi Rank
anwl tI A1 /,1 an., ln -l.: 1 I hl.ir I housoiantut. f I'satrn will
----MANY ENTIRELY NEW AND EXCLUSIVE FEATURES -


A FEW M T F TUMAYFEATU y WiL La:
Mlariisei slwrilsrm anl Ifv- TriiSly cif 1%rfirni: j i .)11 A Ieri oflWr.
I'rthisla E:llha.im t-., i h'ludlng l t 11.. iii I r.-.. I2.i' ant II tdie World
kITwE IALF. tho. 1146110111 t 1 r(. I g t t t KWr
tis ii'tt ii mat As t Mae I''I0I- 111 amn iweiato Is5
l.AtA4. 1 l. Tn ~rev iui. t !v s ssrl i. M, Ir\ Yo !n d ,:. &,u41 Ii
Arim, san- a W..etler h. l?..HlT Iruly WIrm k,.fof Tru itM s T lAdseIS

" PamSlo ad56 MMC I F ii20 NMvI C2 m
Tum. M1e"e. ald M. k o-4 Fvwaleem. f~uwFfim All NVatimww its &
l'rvr'Ans elof4tarfisrtl tflasr l adI n'i t ip irew.n, es rryog
tho lilwft-ws It y Mo ) 611s1WIMldl 4 I.41.14 I y 6 fly -




sat*BABYmo~ms


All.IrdleAI I'ny.gl po y til ed '


tile t ,'s 4 Us at (10 iv in fro

T ftibs & I So Y g I


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SAWYER & PA1NE



FLORISTS


CHOICE CUT FLOWERS
---FIESI I)AILY-
I>,'.i;.'1ii for Fiineralk ail ICDconrti,'
'iurl,'s a u i.' M ialt.

2;7 W. Ilay--(Tlll'.)--Phone 82'.,6
Jackwivill, Fla.
i' 'erasli h ani Mail (Orters t unr
1'roiipt Attention.

Robt. McClellan. AgLt, iM ie
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TU DAILY SUN: GAIW -IUL


LORIDA. MARCH 1, 1908


THE DUTTON iANK.

Rough Work Flnlehed, and Building
Will be Turned Over to Furnishers.


The Manatee Hotel was destroyed &ly & lo0nla O0loel0aI WlU The rough work in the ate,:'ir of IAN UUNU
by fre Tuesday at a loss of $10,09o, l. Find Them So. The I)tton Bank having be' i, _,_IelIn_-m
with no Insurance. I pleted. the building will e1,, turidl --
STo have the p and eof over on Monday to the furnihrs. lrsa' Advertlemrentts under this head. not
To have the paIns~ and achs of a Chicago arm. who will 1101n at o, exttceding nine linesa, will bth publish-
A colored child was burned to a bad back removed; to be entirely tree' i who 'exced ne w
crisp last Wednesday night In Ocala. f rom annoying dangeroua urlnar dls- the matter of Inntallng furniture ,,ii ed one time a week in the daily.
The mthe o the chil ha orders to enough to make any kidney placing the bank In a position itht it and one time a week In the somi-
Te mother a of the child had left iot me ffeerr gratetl. To tell how this may be occupied shortly. Tl'h furni weekly. from now until the Democratic
only for a few minutes, whtn In some great change can be brought about ure will be among the Iandso..:wst in primary on May 19th for $10; after
way the house caught fire. ,cremating I will prove comforting word to bun-'rri a
the child In it walir. droda of Florlda reader the State, being of magohany t iabh, April let the rat. -will be $6. Cash
A. Oerting aaman, o 41t L. street, modern, convenient, and up-ti il.uat in tmust accompany the announcement in
SPasaeola, Fla, tells how to do it. He every way. every Ilutance.
Mra. Ann Mayo. who died In Brooks- says: "From my epoteoce with The Interior of this bank %,i ,
Tlue an the 2nd Inst., was buried in Doan's Kidney Pills I can strongly e mOR TAX COLLECTOR.
her wedding dress, which she had pr n eo odd m le to a he i ne ms e arlu oie ae arb arranged. i a r a a cfre-election a
served for that purpose since 18. Kldny cod plailst ad tase Preiadt Thomas will have r :silo. Tax Collector. subject to action of
ShOAdso selected and saved the lum- caused me asutiing at intervals or I the bIh rathl c iprition ar ;aving served
ber of which her- cofn was made. years. The bMrt or moeod attack It of te
Her former slaves In Hernando coun- did not mind, but as time waet by will be convenient to patrea s nfnl il that explwerelne qualifies m11 to din-
S w they grew wore and at times laid also bhve a private omee ln thn r:rr. charge the dutet of thio important
ty attended the funeral, and wept like ,m up. I coaod habrdl walk and It o will also b, e provided hor a llice with a reasonable degre of s at-
!hm ,p er f eIii flct l o ton tol'pac.-r. 'IThanking all
children. Judge Anderson Mlayo, her was a dllcult matter to strallgten up omeals, and in all the bank \'Il li h,.fr their pat to ill ler" a. intlol'h itn
husband, died In 1855. They came to after stooping, whie the kidney seoret-
Florida from Cheter 8. C. and ltion were regular and unnaLtraLOne of which any city shotl I tel )our votes att lt., coLult Ilrlimary, I
F icate in mhead tyrr' id Pills curd me. From proud. Iauny veryo respectf
coated in Hernando count soon after. personal experience I know that this ..DICKINSON.
--Ocala Banner. remedy can be depended upon to tNi No Cas on Record. FOR COUNTY TREASURER
11i the represeatations made for It." .
The phosphate miners of the Dun PFor sale by all dealers. Price 50 There is no. eof on nce,'l or ai I hereby annoln'e ntlyself a candle.
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buhlo, cough or cold resulting In ptia,,llats, latee for the' office', of ltCoulltyt Treas-
nellon section, who are tributary to New York, sole agents for the United or consumption after foley'~ lHoney ller, subject to acti of thIe lDemo-
the Dunnellon phosphate railroad to Stato. r p n .. 'rutic primary, and will appreciate
.__ _.Il___ -IV '' and ta r a been tLake as it will the s,,,,,ort of all e..li,~low.t m.ora


Pon Ingile, will no longer operate
their own Individual dry kilne, as the
Dunnellon Phosphate Co. will erect
at Port Inglis a phosphate dry shed
that will cost $33,000, and when corn
pleted, the rock tributary to the
tracks of this railroad will be shipped
to this immense dry shed and thereby
make a big saving in the Indlvldua
preparation of the same for shipment
The idea to a brilliant business prolpo
sition and there is money In It for


the miners of that section.


On last Thursday evening at Al-
ford's still, Henry Gainer, a young
epgro who forbade the moving of a
.aehien coop by Jerry McGriffe, an
old negro, struck McGrlffe with a
'oe, fracturing his skull and causing
his death In an hour or two later. Mc-
Orite had moved off the place and left
the ooop and went back for It. Gainer
elalmad It by right of possession. The
property In question is said to have
bees worth about five cents. Sheriff
Lewsa was notified and Deputy J. V.
White soon landed the slayer In jail
bere. He was given a hearing before
Judge McKinnon and committed to
jail auder charge of murder In second
dgree.-Marlanna Times-Courier.
Don't Complain.
If your cheat pains and you are un-
able to sleep because of a cough, buy
Sbottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup
8id yo won't have any cough. Get
a bottle now and that cough will not
Iat leg. A cure for all pulmonary
deases. Mrs. J- Galveston, Tex.,
VWrtes: "I caa't aay enough for Bal-
thid's Horehound Syrup. The relief It
LI ghrm me sl all that Is necessary
I me to say." Sold by W. M. John.

Mtar Charge Net Suotalned.
5M3Ga. Oa., March 14 .--The Jur
WIy returned a verdict, bfadin
I dfedats not gullty, ti the cea
Sthe state aalst John Grove Barch,
ifiged with kllita Harry Hargore,
Mt stres of atmas, oa Dr. M.,
"N. Tib klllag occurred ia DDeem
%aW. 16O, after BDruh Lad bense
q4 btm a ekasda rtik by Harrorve
'IT easse claimed julaabIe boue
ela. aleglt that Brou sot Hlar
age to rave kisL o lf. The jury
wil at aboat thirty mastsea.
Alift* Resevws* Wedding
Was sp-otiag to be recorded Ia
Sa-- d LMgery. Herbha has
WON1is4 l. gr0taet of
reg lar. A poealvte mare fa
beiahbeei m--*afite chalets
f ew d all User iptesmhtadt
L. milM Ul R Ark., m :
t the greatat Iver da*-
ILave m .d ItI ar years
p so *e wrw." *o4 by W. m.


rm M 14.-
m ref W" "t n
e -m- boyC' s a uas -
m Wo IN ft eaftsM "rM




a dIW*1 MUeF
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1wsmimm..
took,
me s 1
,~L Lr~'Cr40


e Ramemter aem name--Ooa-0m md atop' It1-ll l at6Lu" legh 1l1
e take no other. o cough and break H MAT1i S
.- cold quickly. Refuse any li'ut the W. J. IATTtlF.9 *"" .,-*e
tt '...- .-...gnuie Foley's Honey and Tar in i Donnie. Fla., March 14, t01. P91w ham ei4na.lb"SBettlae
GREAT VAN AMIURG SHOWS. yellow package. Contains no latest ---.... -. -- lla
.-- and lia safe ad sure. J. W. MCeollum FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. B..DeWITTACQ6.C^t V.LA.
& Waterproof Tente-Rain Will Not Co, I respectfully anounce myself a
Spoil the Exhibit. .. candidate for NCounty ('ot,,ili sloter Ma t k
-pn A sudden dounpour of rain or a otes of all Democrats. If elteted I
I long-continued drizzle willhave no % i perform the duties of the, tflice
. effect on the patrons o4 the Great to the best of my ability. M e
*Van Amburg Show when It exhibits ResA. I AKAlY. OLD AU lUIITS.
r here, The reason of this will be ap- 'caoy, IPa., a Irch A13. 19L. -----BYL -M_ .
parent to ovcryoue who sees the huge .... _.-
tents that will be erected here for the WiF11 ~ C)AsL)ti
Performance. They are all conitruct-
ed of "mercerised" ducking. This
Marvelous Invention for the water- R. DaiERE B. MORRIS,
p arooing of material has been In use
Sfor rain cots, but up to this yatr has ... DENTIBT....
Never been used for tents. People
who have used mercerixedl cloth Offce over Oanesvllle National Dank.
t know how it sheds water, and It was Phone 100.
Sthe knowledge of this that caused the -a
s Van Amburg shows to have all their O W d
e tents made out of this material. It is Until you have seen us abost the DR8. ALDIgMAN & PEARE, .
I quite a stride in advance of other wedding eake. We aa thuranh it to
shows. but It is only in keeping with suit the mt stl ftdloe Weate. Cakes
the progressiveness of the manag- to order for all occasiems, or sip- D L I T .
Smernt of these shows. lentath these claoty. Anything In that line ii short
tents spectators can sit in comfort noUce, at reasonable prief. ure to Offic or tton & Co. iak.
and ease during the heaviest of rains give you satisfaction. At ( lr bakery Pihoe 2h0, Oainesville. Fla.
and be as dry as if an toe nest can be found fresh daily choice bread. T n T i a rfir-engine wheo your
theater In the country. This Is only rolls, buns, O aes, pie and pastry.
one of the many novelties that have Everything Is I' re, wholoeme, tooth-. T B. E.LIS, JR., house i Oil fire, becsUame it tin
been added to these shows this sea. some. -tantly 80rtre tilo entire value
son.CITYBAKERY, ATTORNYATLAW, of your hom -t, when
it is respectfully suggested that the Hill Ilook ilnesville, rFla. f Or, wren
children attend the afternoon exhi. your, nam-."- ONsVLu, * PSsa6 o r eO is pennd Upon aI
bition. when ample time is giveii to
view the largo menagerie, likewise TO it g policO O
avoiding the night crowds. I'niform.BAKER, IATHIM)0 -lAXTZnR,
ed ushers will attend eery want of
the little folks, and the care and at- ne1 aamonmd lee Coainy .want. ATToRErWAT-LAWT,"
tention paid to ladies and children asto ta n k to you about eWit
the first consideratUoo of the manae- Frirst-The easiumers are ateret- .. BOLIOITRS IN OHANJIOKR. a rn1liN aide to bi blasle How
ment. ed. cee they want pre, whole shout yor boseT If not n atsei, I l
The 'only big circsa that will vialt b*S C- i use- rUe wiU at onaes Lm le r 4 d
here this year s the Great Van Am- terate be they OAI VIsLB. AMu AIN 0I., FL f. s y. TJIK.
burg Shows. and the date is Tlare weight. nMw. bhan. low-mettua ICE 0 mf f Ipeam 1.
day. March Ith. they aa cut ap sad ell ml -t
____ e 8 e goa- o reft
t-Uarie Ie rested. E "D1ARD 5DAT
bem s- they VAst ICS frost duwa
-----d -f@w-es""Mthat it Obas al tAT LAW
CA ORIA to W- I- Mr ---fe-minL I-2



lath ie as t s year ye' err had. If yes Snd a II*Npet f



--"-".' jtsas.- ..--- ^"'
I s 4i8 4a 21ther 1ee 1ee11111 B Bes.n
am Mw 111101 wtoc d toa MY mil e a "age" -bia wo
bal g tae i -ha w em A
310408 asswo In e 041 "ese b*ead g IS OF 11BLIM.B,
Sewee Oeaiues O* .m yes. r w M t" aer doub.fral A&WT AT LAW
IBas. Mah 14 -ft bera tes by 4. member that t m St t i

w"" O a* -w a Ln j. ** 2* .-a- "li" -at, 1 ai Ial SAll
,wth n We alwaMs he' traftw pee ,w Aa.
so the pnasuait of plid ltl t ao the re r We a...r. v. rs.. .e wis t . .W O Wy"
o(tasted Kalteratesr Tr- aeeery raam e i NoMa We a a w M i-l. 3ag u
p*am. oT Nw York. It to at e- s ive y OIe athed 6M 1 a
aa. ". de e"plwa& m e""aSoOIL S,- 8..-Sw .."..i *. _.I."
Mds rId t a wih s a. It' wil le 1111" yAIW m.MAR K voiW v.mmA
Ns 130. oC

Tsaade ag se AM n. ,M a 1I 1t a44e l Alen T=3 8ALCI'AM I, iC CO. I I Ir
law as oem Ot rE1 ..a t. 1s010 1' ,. --1r ..... .
haramfaul dOnp. ad we reonueamd I t 10M W APOATSM nr TAX AVS
as a stafe rsedy fow e alldrem 4 s aMa a" m IeNNI oil cAllu W |f ii sea 3S TaAw I)wm
1 otka. J W McCoalli A Co. OM --- Or *AAP- 1


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Laxative

Cough Syrup

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and heathy alm of th beowe
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dangerous. City books losek AprIl 1.



Spring dre g oods at N.w York
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS k a
PERSONAL AND labiAL ITEM8 K^"^- ,


What Has Happeed and What Is
GoIng to Hnpp TeIdT ke~rt Prm.
graphs ao That *He Who Run May
Iaf' It In TI S t.
LAeh mltk cracker a bulk. l4aad
n I& mark.
lee the Ismmeno o se of straw
bats at Now York Raket.
GOeat' summer sults ad coata now
oo sale at New York Racket,
Joeph Waits of ralhUanks wiL
trading In the city yesterday.
Mrs. B. W. Mllleam of Waldo was
ahopping o tn e ty yesterday.
T M. Smith o the Wacahoota ee,
tion was trading to the dcty yestwe
day.
labor contracts tor sai at this
offic; 0o per doss, or $3 per haun
dred.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hayi have gone
to Wllistoo for a few days' visit to
relatives.
Miss ula Kelley of Thomasvlle,
oa., Is In the city, a guest of Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Nixon.
W. J. person, a prominent
business man of Bron on. was a vis-
tor to Gatnevlle Friday.
'an Ties are still the thing and we
have a number of dainty styles for
summer wear. L. C. Smith.
1ee our window with D. Stern &
Ion's exclusive custom tailoring line
In It. The Phlfer & Morris Co.
Why Is trade always good at New
York Racket? Ilecause they have
plenty of good, and sell them right.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. C. M. Thomas of
Dannellon were among those who fav-
ored Oalneville with a visit Friday.
Judge N. A. Plnnell of Ironson.
one of the leading attorneys of Levy
eoatty,' was In the city on iprofelson-
at bueness yesterday.
' The Twentleth Century Club will
mSet with Mrs. IC. Cannon Monday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. This will
be "Clloe'" afternoon, and a large at-
tendance l desired.
Dr. Andrew Sledd, president of the
University. left Friday for a brief
visit to Mian1 where he will look
after his lntereout. lie owns a hand-
apme orange grove near that city.
Sults made to your measure by II.
Stern r Son of New York. and a fit
guaranteed. Sults from .10 to $40--
nothing but all-wool goods will be
shown you. The Phlfer A Morris Co.

PHOTOGRAPHY.

Photofraphy today It an e onomie
and oetal necessity In every WoomNN
Ity. It malntaBle the memoy, ad
afeotiona of family life through the
paettrs It u ak"t, and which we cold
jot uus do *wI'Uut tHow often is re
grt exprted4 that so picture exlte
of aome friend or relative who Is to
onager with u! 8oetimesU ladeed.
the emamra bhe it Intrude asrn the
mRtredae o( the death chamber itsell
lwhe relatives fel that a aot egr
mt mekh eremtas ao bettle them
met at all. teUo t prerstlats.
Be aIe sad "ecure the shadow er
the eubutaun~ rfdes."
l ... .. ... m**~i*m Ih l t J~


Mrs. W. Bailey of Waldo spent
yesterday In this city. a guet of

Vote for your choice but be sre
and trade at New York Racket and
be happy.
Attorney C. Matshas has returned
from Oals, where he ha bee on o.
aeli eame.
Our whoe department is full of good
things n Oferds for ladtes and iE
dren New York Racket.
tyllh siho that ar comfortable
aa tb foad In our line of Red Crose
hoes for lades. L. C. Smith.
C. A. Miles of Jackaoville is In
the olty. Ho Is repreotlnag Smith
Itloardsos & Conroy wholesale

Mrs. J. 8. Rollins and her charming
little daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Set
rouer, of Rochelle, were In the city
Friday.
Not for "Men Only," but for womeb
and children as well, we have excep.
tonally toJ values In hoesery. Don't
mia them. L C. Smith.
See It we esa't ft you with a Hart
8ciaffter & Marx allwool suit before
plecin your order for a tailor-made
nit. The PUter & Morris Co.
Mrs. M. 1. ~ L and family have
removed from 467 West Court street
to the Robason baine. South Pleasant
street, where they are now pleasantly
located.
Mrs. L F. tloers of Providence, R.
1., Is In tl s seetion, being on a visit
to her sister, Mrs. M. A. Wltt, and
niece, Mrs. D. J. Richbourl, at Mill rd
Station.
Attorney B. A. Thrasher left lat
night for Cedar Key, where he gdea
on combined business and pleasure.
He will be absent until Tuesday or
Wednesday.


Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Phlfer of Wind-
or were nl the city yesterday. Mrs.
Phtfer proceeded to High Springs,
where she will be the guestAd 8. II.
and Mart'ii Phlfer for the next few
days.
A. M. Iickaton left Friday for
Dallas, Texas, which he will make his
future home. Mr. Dickson has re.
sided here for ,several years. during
which time he has made many
friends whob will regret to learn that
he has left thesn.
Mr. and Mr. J Cutler. who have
been residing in this city for the past
year, left yesterday for Crystal River.
where they nm.ke their future honm.
Their nunserout friends here regret
very much to have then leave. is they
have befin socal favorite..
A severe eon that mav develop Into
peoutsoal ovr night can be cured
quickly by taking oley's Honey sad
Tar. It will cure the most obstinate
reeking cough and strearther your
Iaws The gaem s tI I a yellow
package. J. W. McCollum A Co.
Mrs. Met. formerly Miss th.eie
Hall., after a pleasant visit to her
mother. Mrs. Rachael Hall. In this
city, has returned to her home In
Wllmington. Il. Mrs. Mets haa
many friends here who were dellihtq
to have her with them for the sea
*m,. and who regr ted her departure.
The ltrown Houae. which Is now
btwng overhauled and resilard. will
soon be roeplmetd. Many choae
gad lnmrotvuemoants hate b-n nmade


SI. fIm lkinntst to the co tiort of the iesta.
no(ab"ly "mewnoitbly amo whh Is the stream
m r heatnllg lant installedl I The H J
'rhtssa t'o No ntoru duL ash*
and Umo&1 fur the Ilrown li oUs
a Th re Itanr ad Phataithe rla.r.e'
held th.tir r.e ular bultt 'ee aimeting
_ _ last rtday rvceuitlt A larke attend
I g-4 e..rtt te PstaI- auie "ach Hunada) tuwruWrni at i9 '** at
g-I ll g Vet rrtea1 the Itaptiat chuaa is ortarstl rt
quested Rememnber the tlut land v
O Y S'TtERpt ,cbh Iw* who rrada this m ntcs
SO Y TE S to be iuth us thise n'iinl *il
ALL KIND$SaSRVVED ta ALL STYLEI try to eatertalr o ,o and to 6i,'e von
....s Ua upl t I taplit ariEa and l'ila
Chle ee kaC end ea.0 Drip Ceflee the. 'la*eS
i"g GCrab. Among the pmruueeatt itih S4ringgs
WOe 0 bed ro f people who spet Friday l the city
bwam-f m .-r tw-ee e*Svr ne was Captain W U AIheh- a lriwle d
1%ws n"m t Iad refnte wr is merchat of that proximr(Sl* tows
% betu. It rei we&tee"lohs a a sab Ca. (irf* bas Ie"e tn High
W' o oftIip" Sgprtigs g a te~u am s it as btw- a tewa.
k -sa to apek, sad ha so s ap with

umu.aa owMtO @nm- o u n&SW.that m tw.. t~ bse Its e eaneil
Oftm. a M is a sae et. a tsM Sk th.
are. eer etgal A* au ** * ** s ebya r


T'id5 FLORIDA. MARCH Is, 159
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- ANOTHER WEEK EXTRAURINART SHOWINB--
OF NEW AND UP-TO-DATE


SEbroideries, Laces and White


Geods


Owing to the fact of another shipment which we received last of week we will con-
tinue this showing all week of March 16th. New White Swd s, lw LMases 1 Em-
amiln will be added to last week's lots. We wish to extend the invitation to
ALL to come this week, look the new creations over-you will be in nowise under
any obligation to purchase. We will be only too glad to have you one, take
your own time, look them over-memorize our prices and qualities as far as you can.


a Is m Sla r, P mly, Widely and Industriusly Ciiated

By m Cets Tha Tt THEIR Sos Ar BETTER Thu
'Ih mireprentation I all farce, as any reasonable person known. TIE FIXED POLICY AT THE WIION
8TORE SHALL. EVER BE to collect ONLY TRUSTWORTHY GOODS and Pell them at Lowest Prices. Faith-
fl adhemrene to this method shall evr prove the strong plank in our platform. No matter what the rattle and
talk, or the 4Jy statements and claims of competitors, you may come to the WILSON STORE in all confi-
dnce that the prices a low-OFTEN TIMES LOWER-and the qualities and atsortments AS GOOD a elsewhere.
Advertisng phrass, "nooth" and "sleek," "honeyed" and "hollow," costing little and WORTH LESS, anr
common enough, but wbenqou judge the merchandise, MERIT alone should fix values. *
We have additional help with us now, and will add more from tin., to time as'needed, and pledge you
faithful and apptieeative wrvlc. Come and make our stonr heladltarters--glad to have you examine our sto k
at all timb, whether you wish to purchase that day or not.
Wg Cd PM AItti Tihs Waek t These Three Lots EmbroiderisWitkh mrl I t Match:

IXT ONE LOT TWO LOT THREE
Edging and Inserting at Edging anil Insertigi at Edgilng and Inserting at
Ig, worth as high as 10c g, worth a.s Iighas 20)c I1 worth as high as35c
We believe them are the Bimr.st Vali e ever otfnrl in Gaiineville. A.k your neighllor about it-she saw an d
bought last week. You will certainly do yourself yan injutice if yo0 miss tlli chiantce. Favor us and benetil
yourwlf by spending an hour with us one day this wmk.k OU1 :EST (;I'ARANTEI.-For any item bought ,f
un, nd after a week, or a month, you furnish u. with tullicikent irnof that samull item was thought at same ti.n
eleh'lent, at a les figure, we will G(I.AI).Y refund you the dillTrcfini, and thank you for the information.

MS.. R. W TILSON T
"THE LITTLE STORE WITH THE BIG STOCK."
One Price to All, Warranted as Low as the Lowest fur C(orrisponding Quality
I I I -


Good quality checked Homespun,
worth 7, at )' cents. New York Racket.
Plank's ('hill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagriplw.
Price 15 c lits.


Bigger and beUer every y)ar is
our line of hosiery. New lot of itlack
Cat hose Just oleued. I1. C. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. I. 8. Holnmeo of
Charlestou d. C. are in the, city.
guests of Uie latitr'n mother, Mra.
Helen T'. Chesnut.
8. L. and Walter S. Trurn-r of Mica
nopy were In the city Pride' Thi


sea


WANTS...


5 Cents Per Line


Each Insertion, but no advertise.
ment taken for less than 20 cents. Six
words make a line; no fractional line,
every word over each six counting as
an addlUonal line. CASH in advance
must aec mmn nv all order. ,r r Iuur.


former purchased a fine mare fruoi r U s in ti colum.
I. Iers,. of which the i. naturally ver


Mprud.
Miss Iauline C' rl of Archer wras in
the city xetterIda), having coutc' to
consult a dentist. Mils Curl 1i a io p
uhar young lady, and her friend hi re
are alwa.a glad to welcuomer her
Conductors (has. A. Markis. It
Marney and William Harrt.t uti ouf
the HAlwiard Air Line with heItd-
quarters at Waldo. formed a trio of
vlltorm to Oainrsvilli ye,lterday
T. K t;odheNy of Wald,. one, of tbe
l lading citiselr of the uast d,. %was
sl the (cit)(y a bsswlun ewt'oerday Mir


(thWbey has gained a reputation
thraouhout the United States as arI
thortty on sweet Ipottors aind their
culture. and nakes a finel thing (rom,
nrautsi aaid sbhipling the hlli "-
Cha. S Willard of lIre t)Ok was
sl the city yesterday Mr Willard
for as'eral years owned and managed
tha Ithel Hotel. which war the lend
lg bosthlry of that city in hi. day.
He is thinking wrouasl of coatina to
tlhlneatille to live and a usid be ltw ad
ty welc*oined here with hir. amtiiy
Mrs It. Hi0to& and litle ldaigh
ter. MIt. Nettle. ha' r.t>urdil from
KLtaium'.. where tIhe1 v bhae bt'-* on
i pleeatnt istlt to Mrs llld,, a ilr 1
fel S Mr and Mrs li'And, Ih. 1 s0 ar
rw'em,alnted wo their return t1 M>%i.i
NOll l errtw. wheo *will hlr' !,fr a
few da-u as a gru.'lt (o r atAtl tMr

WOe htav r4tcetdl th' hIe I aia)
muanme.r wo0 s frosm the Ilt h Art
Ckt 4rr- of o lttaluair anld *m'.i.le
will hbe .n display at %or stor.' .n 'Ir
day Saturdayy sad MeSuda A at
uarantrlr. aAd higbhart 'kt% ,( *
this n ArsllM ll ti orrlsd u)v at
very low prv Get the liablt 1. J
Burkbtm


byJ* WaftFma

dooms me ow Tu
sea '-~ m

ama s a I


PERSONAL.


CO)NSU LTI-03d:I me Sh itim. 11he' N.w
Svs',e m Palnmist. on all aeffairs of
litt. )ne w elk (onlly in our cit)
Dlrnectly froum New York At Nlag
ltelia Hotel.

WANTED-MALE HELP.
WA' NTUIP---M.'n to Ira larbvr traede..
f, w wt4-ks ropitlired. lit -it Iea % ttg
w .rk witin thr reach fi ;'e#)r firnnai
eden have" shop with snueil capital.
*Algem (rfo $1 W to L 'S .%e ekl
ik nei'rful demand for t'rtwr- c)at
Cedlkwis. malltd frep a fils-r Ia. U
Collpar. Atlanta. Ga


PHIFER


First


BROS,,


now


WANTS...


FOR SALL


I'O( SAI'.l --4(hd family howr-,
rubibertiret buggy. Box 175.
ko)t SAI1,-Five.gallon safety .-
linei ('c;i. Apply at Sun offl',
Fi ot SAI.i :--('Cornir lot and how,
si. r(noII gtx(l condition. Ih '
(- ti,'.uvillh'.
SFolt SAIE--lHlack record carbon t.,
writer ribonls for legal work .,
'Th. Sun office.

FOR RENT.
lOl 'SEIS FOR RENT-Apply to J \
\Vidal at drug store.

OIS'l: FOR RENT; also furint 4
rflmns at 4I.> East Orange.
FO R IRENT--Eght.room hous.
trie' I'hts and bath. J. B. Das


(; W' Tratnueill and J. Rt. 8m it
Tr'ntuni t(wo well known rilisrt'
th, \\'W-t l.nd, were tranuacting
I,**< in thip city Friday.


BANKERS


national Bank
<%U sTI lk F I LItIDA


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F too ot&M. k C(dbw

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