Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01237
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 17, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01237
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
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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ff' UICIDE P T ear merely Crtet FNID' WA GRAuprttn W
i Pre-iat Heevlt. -. .... Hand In This
'I- WhtMawn D. Mareb 1I.-- b e g o, March It
St S d IFMhi fertl T at.i IW itt i y iM Fg CMi argues Sisk lith, bad no tror.
at galaat Uth Preelsa t by a member of a ertae Stuart and Ila
i bd by TiU Apper hose at cogew s was d irt. a n. aa brdal day. Th
er the se ate FIPIy by eamtor minds In the after
Rmepa. With eesUal e agress-oms by hant tisI and nlu t
TOLD BY WOULD-BE SUICIDE ex*enus. arow. *at a goert. STRUCK PIER OF A BRIDGE ustban and wife.
..... oet would reoO be as autooratld au The relatwvti of bol
Mi.e Heen Baxter, On f Party The ser* Crried 9 w of Ten. uously and mls the pal
He declaeti that eWcutive usurps. FwirstLtlon was
4f Sta YVne Gilre Wih CIMSO o tion had oUmattgelt uabb lly anl tyOIve Men and of Ta Number at halj In thb r mance
New York from t. Paul, Minn., eve bostlty, re so onkm thrt the Loea lFve Anre tp6rted To Have (loln was the day of
country h@ dlaoet bheamne sacustom. It was overruled Lat
Tells pale Fate of Companions. 1L4tt W almost beom acUs Leo Their L o. overrun
ed to It. HI words took as parties bride Then an atte
New York. Mach it.-A btartU ila bamence. 8o tar did he diver Ashland, Ky., March Ils. P't men find Judge Mterwen
bory of bow ave young girl who fom his asml aie- touitaln and 6r- were drowned' ber Satu !' ceremony. Aftor Ir
eame to NOw York from 8t. Pou lit dorly manner of speaklag that be felt the trwboat Bloe, Whlt. :.;t i'ltts he was fund at a idt
tie more than year ago ied each by obmtnated to apologi during tbo barg Tamedey morning ot (' ltlnn iat teen elub nl a down,
her own band, was told kotoUay by tter part of his adnrti for his beat- with 1t coal boats. 16 bar.., ': fI.l' On entering the rt
o*wateewyear-old Helae Baxter ~ter ad mnner. Tbough he declared that boats and a crew of aSi ,'it ls',,. nor irs Ia proIreis I
gbe bad made a rain eoort to end her everything he bad sid was the truth, ran Into a navy fog ail' s~ tr.ly M walk beneth -( Ils4
own Ilt. he thought It mlght be Imprudent. at CaUlettsburg as Iet, t.ihl ie to spilil-. over the door
Heleo sd she was onO of the party Seator TIllma protested that the tie up Anally strlskn usxp,*twl pier ehatltered on the *.
od si r rls who came o New York to apology wa out of police. "If true, of the propoWsd lsh,.uI liouton course was Just being
an e their way In the world after re why Imprudent?" he exclaimed. bride, one mile beloW e il, it> ople appeared. T
tvIg a course of trainlng In a bus- Othe democratic setlton attinRg It l reportelo that sllns;. all ti*he lub Intluced them to
bees school In the Minnesota city. ear the Georgian laMlsted h had said barges were sunk. nflay pIrfornmed in th
Me turned on the gas In her room o nore than. wa proper. He then Yhe entire citw had boi' ca;lhle out Judgei Mschen, sta
IWday night but was found Brturday largely modified his apology, and In- on the bare to tie ip tb tilt. of the nMiol, soleonal
ap~rlf In time for her life to be elated that be meant evry vwor he WIRlasm Matticka a d41, iii:sd fron underneath an open
*eed hbad uttered Pitteabir, who esclaedr4.us a sltik soon ra thn 'eremool
Whem asked why she bad tried to What brought forth this unexpect. It barge and swja anAps rsys he dishes wore dropped
h bher life, the girl astootshed the ed and Impromptu outburst from the Imw several men In the :,. r aud he bells tnttled asid a pi
balance auf'eon and others wb0o so ator from Georgia weAt published boltved that at Ise s, ..a blvei' was shake as (hubnd
had crowded around, by her story of reports that the president had In drownae. Mr. (Xnrad is a bro
the fate of her friends. course of preparation another -pelal LAND A i N liUve at M tichester,
"Why should I not be allowed to nesage to congress, In which he IlAND3 ARE PRQ0PCRIN.- -
It' she asked. "My Ave girl em- would reiterate his determinatloo to Philippie V. JER 0001
paloo1e who left St. Paul with me a force through certain leglation at Pippe PCongreo t r Ba l d To
y Mn ago, after we left school, have this session of oo Wrtes. Have Proved a tce.. plecoal Pater W
aI commltted ulcide. I want to I an S obseiro, lxoarh t1l. W M.o r Young Glrl oSeme
e as they did and Join them." ORAFTTER FOUND GUILTY. pan outr. IM mrnl o0tctr of t an Pranuclao, Ca
"Wia It a suicide pact"' sae was port of Manil, ow a altl:er of the J..r, M (oke, past
6HilIplaP e eoalIotee Iad eretary h
skM4. betenco Given In the Pennsylvanlia Pe coa o aId retry churh Pat Hemtp
"My rve friends are all dead and State Capitol oanda. of the board of puble structiow, os i Pret
arrived hetre friday on the liner Mse*-
they died as they chose," was her Harrisburg, )i., March 1t --The lrrlvd Lae rlday on aUe ltner MaI. n
jury Ii tbe first of the capItol con- chr. graphadl FPr~ay to N
A AnARCHISTt. APPOtTEO. epracy case to be t'd gave a ver- Mey, the girl's lgre t
DISPdict of gulky as t every one of the s a that I. ad the
-- / mo e aen who have been ae trialhere native legtaislate have aooepted theirt was
ig Crowd Assembled to Hear Emma for to last seven weeks "ry sight Sew repoablitls in a opr spirit rrde, ull .
Goldman, bwt Poli e Inltefered. after bix hours' deUberatowks y lht sald wsuet laws to thiey v enmacetol rne uih.
MIcestgn, March 1 .-eaearlyorttn. Tr ard hoe couple wnre fe
hdred eiste, soetalists and were two ballot taken, but the jury "The Pbllipplae he ovlnuo.edo l mtrof rie n M
ethera, aaemwed Friday nght In 14 t Coa nto e court ntUIt t won t s l th to' t slppeararnc
"end theL cAlSeo to I-:I lhelr sugarr,
Seifrt of a vacant store bllding at J2 boors after reachtig a couulision, be. ao and o llr si,,a In tilh obl- rliiitngs.
SDerborn street to hear a lecture by la outt altode her hortat. Tbe so are cap. I ad, b ay tlote I
U ILa OolWtan, but were d4appglmt. The m.aa ftund gulty are Ital to develop their eoarcrs, but L *,lid, bu' the pe
ed. IFrty or fifty policemen with I- Johln H onror they will At asth r until the triff lil 'A the hot weet
lspwOor Wheeler In charge, told tl WIU P. nder, for r auditor moedild in favor nof thi llaind. In f1 tfwrlw t
r wd to moe. The pole were there lnertal: W. L. Mathuo., former state e o l l obt i, koweer, adfvittr that bsnd
liesaorce an order that ceae to As. eurer, iand Jam M. Shaker, w r ae beI o In ahl h osp and rdlttutd 1a
i' et C eusormolt from In eu public buil, wOlsdtrs lkve bevun oM In iTbhe
atat CbM utler t t wo d imsd. Motl fle bor 1sa. pcliJly In at si ut hb of lifo had bees t
bellag departnaet warning him to lrsiand gru@ t otmo or p city of Man s We hlve pow aut nl ha he had as
perM t o one In the structure. which al w ma ch e, to al e le ft aS *-rylts.
Ws declared to be anesto. nort wen the vandlt Was ire and lod tll"sls*t and sr.t Iat a trei (C A'*i e M
l niat LAeelar Ickes, the counseor N tei t d oe Nn o M I that as smn a.1 t li
1se4man by Mysterios pers f)r t a tS dthas wa ut .k Nbsaw ote tlhpne Ii Swh &t" 11- TeL
;Irn pI of all uraI g llereaovalll coumedr hr the i aaan vouba a y Iharbose bevo be Imp,n- I 4 'w 8I1 is inCre wIt
ga 4 body of ass rtag tae remoal saytl i gard t b I a bThe the Irt ilv.s the a '-ee, the l I eII
h b ody ot Lsares Aversch wrom rs tte reioed. -p Id5ade will be2 ready .o tae it." Ud tk 1w itr 10b
pt tes' w*1 Sd and the performance .. d of the fat lht ho I1
^ t a private autopsy, refweed Priday S IG ff RISOGS STIL.4, *T' M on oY t. 9Ui the
S veal th.ames t sse saud w The mlamm *t or e. ble. h
s'sl were inwer d t Attorup e d snemy, e.s g m......

a e ts*ee da by pOSinl s Onss 9o heir me we ei es4 ol sofase. i s KsO y.. Marcsre .--.-roe sei r eh Ole
t washers me. wou kew3 boe es Wsedbrs musty asi om ag aw ps 4
ing tfe bta. oam bof l ,41M,. k" r W lm I. n erw d Gee oo in Pl
4 mi41 bet U-Mge. il, f U*4 b at e psts i* Os t ii Isen/ t I** liaweum, 0,
-on a s- w B **K ** ***r **--F -t *- warot ow e, ass n se JrL

S1in..s.... Ma-a M..--Bert KlO YV gPUTY A*MA. pnee e d to bes, **gase, were <
e-..t aaa, ierii ae*... b eW theoit gas P-k ee O e|r o as Me

ei a e. -p hases tse slesn ee Fed 4 sbe An. 1-w **9 s dSF el Cses eeia.
ma h 1m P ee spe, eh. ae br as Ii c, C piohel **.e,

msqugn" Ii -pmad. eMI seat 'e* *' s' s. rg *5 *PUW t o IMe r so (ahe peass
K he a l a 11 g eis t-. .. L r. W. l Saaorse. t) awntal. Tm er wm. a,.
M W alibe- Se Spoo W an eaglt of the 1 a M g _e hinI ; HeMi RS4 a the eaI Se warnse bal

ba ts. VU my, t IMob N. as- now d l .j lae lIotb 7 aP tosas O'stabd SlUM" ag
MA me *A t S a go* as Dw w e hi Lao Aw. -uof so fa" bw, saw son. be"* oft 0aso
rnrs.c.me w1 is "aw L"NpIm no a ft" St @PAWI am"; &M t (NOW 00 Ow' NW the rise.
lfw be WggsWe. I" bob do as v)M She. I L A ueays-ei
-~~rI -~ ~ ass mm fesm th 1CIss bild aa eti h
~~reMOW -OO M~ &64n Wtd to *ahd be yIba'~s
'ire&s to MMb G*. i6 bese f fo Ala. f a" re9.s mi bepoo boa' &100 40fae sls tw a
w a ato rels lvW e Mo loo 099" Irw 664 raw~ de 5 be"ll esa'u, Uh
440 0" ub@=GkW -- bMP Wma OWN$ giol W UILII wsa welau mfa& o-.6

~W" brooms" 60 U60 Sh i a
ae~Ms fte -IbW bd? w" P~WSft a Ss060"y. vlws Febla., M
~II~r ICdlnw o vow ml No OwbOu Cbmm

41fte CO on aJe O aft S t`0P 1- I INS. be ka-w -, -i" ,

~-Ainees. Aa S.- 44__ ____ soe______rvb & a 00 o
w aL-. -~ C rp ~JII rr aY hmI~ k~~I. b .bah. ThIS, lc
CAW e so WOW -0O ag lw
~ OW sow a* 410" if
-- Ibl)_llC~~ ~r''L-,"PowL
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I. -F'viday, the'
Q 1U l-Chin and Japsa lAy 5mW tb
10' amsie u thirSam Amicaby.
wonI to We 60
40 steling were
All objected M redAj
Ir elotiev. I-
4saLd at .17 hIt lSaid Chins Will Pay JapanS isp
*The first obWeo-400Yen, and Minthef i,.Arms t#W
thed"oingel byut Form Cargo of the Totem Meru*
Fwpt Wa asMdeto Concesesions by Japan,
to perfor nthe
wo hours' m~ar' Pehinit, hManh lt -.--IU o nsqtiltloss
Iner of the Thir-looking to a esuloniont of the diS.
towl rftlr&mt. eulty betbsvt'aChita andt Jaipsts, gr
oil) Whser* the din. in s g out offij tvitire by 'hia titthe
the mwplo had to Japatiesv etsiuvr Talius are m taking
d1s'r. bfit was
andi itirrro l were favOrable s ro rs'e
fails. 1to first The Chitsfts tortttur.ii bard rrfl ay ap.
Ioorv4 whorls the prlwvEpdthe draft of an iliisat lo,
e omelals ,of the q which ('llis arirpts the pnr vsimso
Io h~usvs the cr

to r0. *made by J84)1% 'hita wll t :wil Ia JJoI.
ending av ono fot ist& 21.40U t0 1lixintabit $10,700) oust rO-
mInd Iha' ntarre aa otainthisaros that fosrm the cargo of
umbrella antdA" the TatAta Maria1. ansi she Will tiny al.
q was pt'rfurmest". v m ,oi tO)00 Ale s dourrage on thel
onl the flimr, cow
loc of wht'ct Iron stratisr
or, It la itsN t hat tho TetonMuom
okor. IMi, arettswill be rvaiviivd Marel 14 Inll *4411W
Va Japoinagrov s, t4) opt an Mi MW
~strict r..gulastious to proeask1tMtfti
( LOCATRD. i'f o~ atM mI &"N" l s UAmsisltWA "tM
Japaan lista Calos. but She refuses tO
the glosp"dwith llsllu-to listeirtory of MaoIm In tbs
9 Im s Age. limttation.
&I., Machr Is.- I 'bVas will -000 tkv Up n"UadW
tar of M lit. 3 v,4an withllk1"lIttii4i rdIlg the' metMe
stod, L. L, who bald tramseat Urao. Sb. hs tam
Vsbaley abot a an ll accrurate delomtat to of "tguW
It Is bald, t01le.-waters atoo M~now will 'be sotdW,
Ipg. Kogb Wbei. a nWthat the, gaMbta& W rV M US-
tw fr htlp fohe f t IIs reotl@ as SPidaWs th1aa11
l ih aly wwere Il. x115 ltot'.p throughthat OUt, Say Mk
wtod Is thlis city maerloialy restricted.

Pow111 Iniuti ia
SAM& avonlivrwell
SF ni rogmfort-
ook@4 plso adl
greats atinlbut.4
ih former reetur
S tegrapbhe for
bet Me srugloi
macha hr bin:.
tie a fiurf of

f'isde rwho Yw
0 knw1 tON bh
III bo S trouble
7y tikgho sinoof
oW~ byrmomm
4t he I & In tv

go" 5MAWI.
rI WIAt .AenN
IMP Uft.
amet this wook
smYll@ some

MOM aim a

1 lm* "W "
I f beat. and

WW" eboDOW1

$000 wee
mr oft

osm hobe

Levolana OsCagresewasa Caos" Laugh
UP Amoeng Mwm
Weablimtu, D. Nav YtMa* 6-d
1roesasasll,.Watkins. ol Iemulaua.
eovulaWed e imuee by taWag as
orignal pon Pamfttl "Wha It to
ChMeo.' It was Is fight atamm, th
irst ala of wicab nrehse to the puma
tio of 1e 0"W61^u680e to trh the
lasif 40 Gdo therthma~p. Ubief
Ibm fbt wusd earn." ofPam, ho
SA Cbohm stalbehe ut dshofe
0"tiash musf thae he Iwo"
""o Abe. mu eae s Iher Ose
"And 017 lytaft lp tuphe O*t.
"no pp* no&smalimlealp t O
Mbll 0010MGbim b~his bats
*Amwewloasw are buge

aye ad fthfe ftel e1 Spi%&%a
~aehghr4.OC.. Miave10.0"
McVI(6 1 aW maoe Ib n9"
leS--ees tlowl by News.
pl op* 000 P""e cap", j"
amv besow ly*threesoft "N s
oft I ~ ~tr, rnqw
I Mbe"" e w, l o IsPr0 4M--'4
111181"by em.wboe of ONgg Nbb
fts pdho aves Usthe qblih sN
so issu son. wuit hi b y In
'd 0Wa m ow tw o* fly ..phe

byr 5. iii. Yberl veat baaL
IVe 1614 st PON "t0 O rW of N.
'db ms ay WeI ff.

Ilvaiesm sifto s Usmed WaS Low

I un.wee. marsh 14 --4on

j%#v4ubrs 6u41 414 4hW"
641* 6a INe. sOInsueod 69 i

D"M totl I pw "%wow~i~ k
batww of delll-

pYa4 n 3 5 380

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nADEAA 81 11HT

kwibited Some of F t Animals
is Country at rMM1'b W


Gmd .and 4.1N a ThWy Pa.
radd4 li tme Sitlng SIeee ?w In
rwm ** a. n w,. AM .' r*oo
T e Wrv -~I s ofsie od ot
<%. ss. g 6p u ouo u M br tr

wsoB a to tlerbo *tiih aib
^ bkgr eve*trs M hWeh
|^MuS Jorrf a iofM om uo eMdo
eI 'ms oas.'Io flI un am ht
feued tla Utr talel Btfee or t1 thO
worM tor ;pit Matter. then mtoh sto
oW *4 by thoL t4 ab4 whib has
S ee te mia of brahlB Oftatowe

D lahna teaa mo iatp Mroote
01JL ter ^Iutairi S

P^ l pooof tbeJwmul 1MW
^Vl-..4 V @ANow y thave radth o hba.
|| ,*la dOltsMttary eotee froi T"O
i,1teamlon of BSunday:
S"Te who attelode the Otan
sw m the m lorla MMU-Wter
di hA640 by tOw Ntedard So9
Si te r tirt th.m. o
*WObsho gto see othe se ho, may
i,4'04,JsM oppcinuw to do so, Dr.
j'!: ~ to r> re heas eases to

th' W Vmaw to tfrot of the
il e te expos*i.o =rounds.

Bl, p.re etaI of W bon sy
Si r to in a tvertl
b The pnrogrm of

,asd'. wl pr.,t a spt l i
Tlhe l tyd t IU w It
SW. td vtandtage U oU
"W W> ir u, to gt *way

*O bow. There wll be *how1tor
'II At M tim Ithsalddle horse fri m
SOtaut kard tock Pao. four-eIa
ei eiaLrriage her., f iagle harness
Ie i s to ruasoue, sad to Iact, i
'0 *ipl ad beetitflt show with a
Starad. of all the standard Stock
fPu outfit Ia the ftng at one time.
*Tbe ortitami prposer of the Mi.d
Wintw I xjtiOau Morse Sbow, Mr.
0r L Taylor of Arcber.F P.. o*rs
*of eom th sewoilfO of Alahu
euaty0 t the bope ipon, was In the
etty today. aW I wtI Dwiretor
G1 eneal KusibkW tO tbHer oIcials
o the eXpoutst o te matte of a
r--- ersrubs ofu the p< roduets
Ma. TEer te ry etat le or O
S iopriai tar ant y ar, sd orom
ee is. sewer Prera wo o
mean teaLag towedJ a MgI esb.*


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Man APl d of Murder of NegrO
Wem a n Reeed s Lgt Send.
Temy osaly,. the aegro who Is
oebhrd with the dtasotl of aw.t -
mab Moor, a olorod womaa. at ber
bM Is t Evitston, a few weUks ago
frm the allueed elects of which th
woman as sin5a died, w l prralu d
to Jtle Smlth's court at MealB '.
ad, after heartna *ovidece t he
case, lio~bey' bond wa placed a
W10 for his rVpoearon at the next
term of the eirmtt court, which It Li
understood be awe.
'te tory aothe tra ly, as U was
rated by thos wbo art supposed to
km*,. *s tU frth In tnh mird* of
th pbAlUe. It tll be remembered
that oher,. atr "mrocklnr the
vwoa 's d Ma father, shot t*
*womm It tIs i. s Artt hei to
tUhi and taldtiam a &MaI IrO
weou a few day after whs he
In th memasm aeh0 was3 ars e st
ma"A MI& L bbi asU im f

,, .Tr 1 t -- .-*r
-nr^ Ti Md- H.., Ij M I | H B HI K

wwt o~n b saiI 61.1

;5iti(e L beinnm ,h rt theEBothea diee, and onAIL 0au

Ag .a, befs e nrmh e isdue to Ma s=c of nrwic" i's Uto ot v

eei nor. ithsystem. The c-ladS deposits
a svot ai ratios SlWSS, erve tissues saidntsof the
"od 014* om .tmas b blood becomes mo atrd the
y hai S C M ast ht eW adu m.gpowy wo and uafterhld a gewbe, te l -
aoInM g hm to i 5 ttli befrs, ad7 hs. th a pei. to-

aMi, is os usipn Is th blood the joibts oftp beoome a d I e n smb
M 4 fag a wh. assac that th. left pesaatl ri ad ti -can
to sM Lh so t w, i*etw, r be robbed away, nor cs it be coquered ad rl sym
Y thoe U ed 1 a obl I am until the addlden dea sed

tle t should beami a ear s date o th Lrcihtd serot y ma asl
pdft a no *iie actio wgoa 6uhN r, twn- 60 a ddd PUM30af 1 Id t
e4 t "it want to edlc st fy drt fU LoY VEGETABLE and leh, ad the Isafw .oie that
P IIiee tlo Ihe orS a of tihe t aat because the eas s aue the
Sinner. 1,u ut mp 'ptao lynl beeh n minored. tAda boor on Rheueti aIs medical
wr lal some otr t 1* advigedesd f e, T SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., A. GA.
Mt. hir's Mods, while they - -h -
StsMto e hiI tL at t re e,
SlC be would be s atro aLot
w kt a ireS to h Sak lorl ty ro the

6.00 per oilof hard ood, delir b e". $3.75 per on h rdwood at nilv'sty

tr. Othre I lm h ir restoreMusc
0 Ilet e eitt s Rv for large qantit

--- WA'Se sad outer prts of oper,
s mew blna made LM the to it

heavyLIh Duttotnst Bank

upt-L oCE thA -t- -- Is Otn GICRnk DIRECTORS
s 0 v- Ill Jt WR f Uo po bo. BThemo, H.J.F. DThsW
P re Sa Isar tkMed by W Preidentlu C. W. Chaseto
8kMad "to arre deadrl, stop C. W. Chas, J N L
hai Fre OM en gIra balr5 pst VicePr l ide nt Ies that (,lc InPe J1. A. Main itby,
s all diseases of the scalp ore t t
F. fbamk. .. K. l room, 8o T m ,
Pte asatAos th &k sot 2ad Vi ce Preld ent. Before it Prompt K. s roo ms
utrola sad xrta luw n t dp l D Turner, WiSelspcali W. R. Thonas, 9
i momaded wterp caltdnrs haS c'y. and Cashler. T
raIowanI1 d aItba eyMlatL. ofSur 2 top@f0ttIn..

tise ats r battle. If yeo do et -- ----- B -'
Iv oar a dr agist wh selrts Pri. Vice@ r tf i o *o
I. INt. Y, wll snd you a bottl e,
charges prapeld rb t oS eat0dW.k

"o s hs.-B
bwwmWd URWsatIt i *secil- K. Tuner W.R. ~x4

Ottrot DOput IelteRd R"lr eor
Pays OiiaNvilleo VILt.
Diatrlet Depaty Orand nalted Ruler
ar of Pe nsaolB paid Oamesville
Loado No. 1 an oadkla vtldt riday
evelag. at wUld toim may IU
.wm prem t to grt ha The met-
St proed ra et atl tms ma Ud (
Mr. Bear wa pamed to boe aito
ilo brother of lbieevnrlo leor
w* t ow tM. io= a& melloest ]
talk ai h the ee L, 1 m rM. a
bWI a emst pelm his remarksm
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Nohukmmeto "ma.Hp&e. mwe mvv-f a% W WHO q .wyu

&M ONO "We W"m be 0wa Wa &* on f a mMUCH00"W"SINPLT.
to-wNaoau~11'smi Mftn t"so Pid& b harbit. GdiwlMW=eeyrava
to am go a "WAJ ~r l mmok we^ -pv-m-._'
?O *WS mlembe ab maW& TO CUR A WrmW OE SAYat nsdone mW
IS So =N Mr no Im TOW.LAXAVVWWUSO 1-- eraid s mitaftig"hae aebam Oft&
lif ftm lbsmA h .SO SAbeSInS 051 TihhIUItS.W mM dmm IS the sfit "No gou s is f
mm U AT ar h' put a I" wai taftlls is suem V. OWYVrS ldip. afeua ro ol health tbth raw'
os aWMvvAA,- the Weight Of h1O tutas ais Oaek b.iUL &W oat "s isues

ju p,"mt Wl0 4usf was rto thered. cit y. F W Sboct. ItV uMS sAur AI to hW k fbr
*I last setetcwit he was I~ttibas!The Alarcba Cmuety Parmc' Igo. m other rqUbL 4a4 K 1t 1
S a aoy as e te Ittr hur tierevdthat ISUym wae s abeoG
.J the c1V~lbmt5&ht'~t. aiuu *,. *'r~d 'we-hr alta miles snth Alech cuYre rot all caisfba trouble ea* at
00 c'Wr (01' all lkM"W %MbUO hA4 a
*t im w iW l m be im~edhacitAts f4% .f A 14il I.a, 1 0 Allw AU Itrals set t L#vbeift Ouu Ia Ithbe a
Ssvalwes1In t ~vatheCY 1,will plvaame .sladIii full, yt*A brgetbe. a U b 044m~
-4.. vJ.4 W'e will bate *uh tie cbrP5 e rvr pan rt ofsh sr*auml
A~ddAtficir eModal.,4 wf,4 ba*Atrt'.toelaus thr't. an %-t ".ahesthe irritated me-
1"tM AAW* 16 -11 ,%b 1"s ItMurA wl intt ie% e hi~ebthaftiv rele .r axm
-~I$ bA'' ~..~. .* *b.~r *t1~ ~ f~'!t'~ i~,lrmk ,j5,~ft aP~IEl~lm r 'ai .5 r IfM'lCklm
i OW 1 Oal a urfll d*lrdbasket t) I Ou" n to tvil Ow.
A. W6Idi140mss. of C w ctiat *' W- 1W9. l 4 Stud Ilis it .1" All i be r 1,11 0 l tyOStO O r outdi t lit"we
604 ** W" all Ofmuts *,f4 .b:e. at ;ltiNAOI %lprtaut h40Ati SIlS S%4 c ua. but 1. ud i s Wby J. W )AcCkOIlm
shbmoaw Oft~im* Ole s)"f Ksft alv W Utakeliet hav 1b~t it'll, toua at (N& ("4e tani4 a a Stet@ 5vem tto
W"*. b 3y ttVV )hV(lVtSJ t CtUdkgtn 111 W'.ejil,'d MI e ib w .l d I It *W'. t gVe
fIaib. *(ll p oas' gou11 5's ga a- i y-
fa~r.. aM ra Wete hru !il 1I ur~~
of t~IN aaI Fat:.sN. VY fl~ etUW* !1101% It it tm 2W fo p~v t
q hA ud mi or.4,4 wwhk artd tt1MC I) to e h de$r P4*eaRe KeinmI Thu On *Oft vh te
"100 0 % fW bo wti'mbt a htVta J l FATMV IAv' rsdeat am a"'meW aw abl
Pe ~W g)W"Wu

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at tbo PeLt%*Os al bst is "l
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Sieas8onaDie Prices

and Pleased Patrons

y more weight than the Pt, U it Cridde of a
competitor whoso pocket-book you are hitting.
Scopparatively a stranger among you, but my
practice is good and growing larger each day.


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oWaI yo have sen au about the
wVdlmg ake. We ean fmtl b t to
agR the a-oYahhiuims taia COamg
il der tor aU oonadom our ap-
ealfy. Anythtinar that utIn m short
NGUee at r Priambe. Sre to
give you *aaet. At our bakery
aam be found f dally., choice bread,
roll, buas, eakes, ples and pastry.
werything Is pore, wholesome, tooth-

HilI Bleeak Olfesvllle Pl&



First S"sion ofa L Will be
ld Tonight.


Are Expected to be Presnt and Ad-
dree the Moting, and a General
Beneficial *elea la eisxpected-Pro.
gram for This Evening.
The first annual session of the
Florida Anti-Baloon League will be
held for three days, beginning tonight.
and the event, espeelally as this Is
the first organized move of the asso
nation In this State. is anticipated
v, with a great deal of Interest.
Delegates will be present frort
every section ol the State. Only a
Sfew have arrived so far, but by nlght-
fall, and before the first sessalq Is
called to order In the Tabenale, It
to pected that the city will be
' thlroqpd with them.
Theyfollowlng program will be rend-
ered t tonight's session:
T:30, Devotional Ixercles--Rev. T.
:4 P. Ray.
1:45, Address of Weleome-Hon. W.
9. Thomas.
8:00, Response--Rev. W. A. Hobson,
8:16, Election of Opcers.
S8:45, Greetlng from Church and
Taaperance OrgnlIatlons.

S Day's Regulets ere coaUspatlo.
S-I the stoeahk stlm te the liver.
j M df igetIoa and appetite mad
Spaglrages of the bowels. Ask
Wr ndr#g t for them. 2S e5at a

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Dr. Northeroe of Tenneoeee Will Ceno
dst Service for Week.
Rv. Dr. Norti~erou of Teingeeo,
a Obristlan gWseber of eok e al
note. Alled the pulpit at the Chu= k
of Christ on nkad mowu aad
nlsk being geeted by fair e1iVn
tkowu at both the morance sat *ev
Ins nSeem.
Dr. Northevo bah bn lad ed to
Treosmt he for the week, d WI
prefh eavh efea at I oeloek, In
mdier that his service may met lates
fe with a y other tfetoas of s
Tl* pbbIe erdiIty netted to
o out ow mear w t m

A Gons'-e ShOWUL.,.
owe of amd t madIimp Ind
"s m Ie d eft1 tsfy, m 6wot,
11viek. Day Is enM-r nto a
Ui obsmuewt whiwat was M
J. 4. Rust b Me" W b motb
of %warmov, mi ,w" *. UW"
SWow. a a
it Ik r so te on#soda*AG
ob" ie the e b a.

am l pw y. mA td w bmS
cr '5, PL-IY k l-~

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9*0 od smI Wl~ rIt~

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Hvd ielmwr ed from Amnnmualm m ting
K. of P. Well PlaOd.
GIanrd Chancellor Louls C. l4yneh.
Robt. R. Davie. A. M. Cushman and Geq.
P, Morris ard wife, have reti rated
fro St. Petrurg.P r wh, re rhov went
to attOna the annual eastnu of thte
OrUan Lodge, Knights of Pythlas,
which was in seulon ln that city tor
three days last wetk. Mrs. orris rp-
reeutlin the Pythian 81sters.
Aceordtng to the report of the delay
ga o attending frm Mt. Veron
'ltds.-te co veatoue last cose was
pte of the most enjoyabtl we held
to the State, a wl u ome of the
amot largely attUmde. The ood pe
ple of It Petounbur exerted e ery
efort for the eartalumet of "
llMtors and with relerkable suoces,
a their tayl b the Citty by the oult"
will not be forgotUea.
The question of slecting a perma-
n t location te the Grand Lodg
wa agai brought up. Jpckaeovile
eatred for the plan, but OtansvIlle
was a close competitor ad a stroa
one. Captaln George M. lynch. t, oerm
ly of this city but new president at
the Japer Normal Institute Jasper,
making a most magiltfilet plea In In-
vitltg the Pythians to make thBer fu-
tar* and permanent home bhe..
Captain Lynch I a fine and force-
ful speaker, and on more than one oc-
casion has fought for the rights of
Geinesellle, from every point of view.
in this instance there was no except
tioa, as Captain Lynch did not best.
tate to draw oat in a forceful manner
the advantages, morally, geographtl
ally and otherwise, why Gainesville
was "the place."
ailnesville needs a few more
frtends like Captain Lynch in public
conventions, a be hai accomplished
a great deal Intcalling the attention
'of the people to this city as an ad-
vatitagcous point In every way.

Fairly Good Crowd Gathered at Last
Entertainment of the Season.
A fair-sited audience attenidud the
eloIlug, or Chautauqua benefit, at the
Tabelnacle Monday night d, wi. e
the entertainment ums very good,
those pre 'ut wever dlaplpolted at
the failure of the Japanese troupl
froot the Mid-Winter Exposition.
which had been advertised, to "show
up." However, three Equlmoa or
sooeo other tribe were there, but
Jud tingron comment, these did not
flit the bill.
The Vitacraph moviun pItumss.
whl. is cea of the beet If not the
beo attraction the Chautauqua hab
ha, were good, and were enjoyed.
This closes the Chbutasqua for
190,. which will be followed by the
Illble Conference.

appeal t t he Well-Informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent sue.
Mea Mad ueditable standing, therefore we wish to call the attention of all who would
;*joy lgod health, with ita blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right
living wllv all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour
do re!, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute
to that t4 and the use of medicines dis pesed with generally to great advantage, but
as in iaMp instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the
p toper-tdI- the California Fig Syrup Co. feets that it is alike important to present
tuthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has weo
the appoval of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Wett-Informed because
of th"ex encI'e of the combination, known to all, and the original method of manufac-
ture, whWlk'is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. 0
* This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known undcr t1h name of-
Syupp of Figs -and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of
family laxative. and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well
kn9wn to physi ians and the Well-Innformed of the world to be thet Iust of natural
laxatives, we hal\v adopted the more clalorate name of---Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Senan---am mn,, fully descriptive of the renwdy, but doubtless it will always be
called for by the' shorter name of Syrup o(f Fins --and to get its hbtnficial ,,ft.ct.4 always
note, when purchasing. the full name, of the' ('omlany California Fig Sytup Co.-
plainly prbtted on the front of every ipcka; e, lwhther you simply anll for --Syrup of
Figs-or by th', f il name-Syrup of Fig;s and l EhIlir of Senna--ns---SS rup ( Fig.a i and
Elixir of Suti. ii the one laxative remedy manutlacitured by tho C'aliltrnia Fig Syrup
Co. and the s.iune heretofore known by tlhe ntIim S %rup of Figs- -h' h lha~ given
aatistacdio to millions. The genuine is lot ilc l'\ nill leading druggi:tin throughout
the United lStites in original packlagcs of ouno i.C unly, the regular ipice of which
is fifty cents i' r lttle.
WEery 1,ttlle is sold under the general guma;tent't of the, Compan(, n. tiled with the
Secretary el .\Lriculture, at \Wa ilington. I). C.. that the remedy Ii not adulterated or
misbranded \lmthin the invaning of the Food and li'tui: Act, Juno 3oth, 1906.


San Francisco, Cal.
tI S. A.
London, England.

New York, N. Y.

Louisville, 1K.


This Enterprising Firm I Making Dig
Run on Retvrlge0orr s.
Always awake to the oi,lporlnitlty,
and the season, the HIal hardware,
Company, of whom their' tIo no are
enterprletoIgl ne r n Ithe HtatCe, aI
a new adverlhia t if this Is-
a*s to which there f1I our readers of
the various style of refr iestator and
aIe chemts they oer ( thee who
rant to keep cool durlnii the coming
Among others, and whlhlclie really
the leader, i the "i(OdrlM." wbtlh
earrie a guarantee as far Ir arCnxs.
mt workmanship aid ieatlru(tlon
In ema rned. The "()htres" cotn
biMes~ l the quatles. 4' best re
frigc tor, aod escl ls In Uaay ways
to eonveimame and othlerrwe.
r *T "Odorle" i not a costly re
t uigata. but for thowe who do i.ot
We 40 ps Iy priee. othIis are pro-
Me4d whle are gnarsalt4ed the bot
fAr the wey,
Atlle UaveWS Weeddig
Wa -amaeag to be o rq so a-ma 4d Mawry HOW has
ib* et a st iry. mWit ofh
lr MrilaM-es A positt ew flr
-Md (er, md al Nver sU mits.
J. 0. ld UtI fIeA 4 wrltek
11WINeis gdeopes@t 3e msdee
aBe iNas. tlie used IMi pears.
C-+-- ft^M-- hk -- ^***
In ee eO wek.- sold W. u.

laM. narv C abs. t. wth
Urn. J. I. Cl-mcbo Nalaelmuel.
Xconma. %ae brIdws W t
1 W a* -=l i
b a W NWir t the aesh int ai
Ifl I eyd ft as mtl et e,
S"M8ls, 11a satersed to Ms ee is
amaw .M Ct 4oset, ISsesa
shnim VeL CUM- &* alftay
i owd b br % e Is s omam
WhV a af-4b Ce" Cae4 uad Mr.
41"WI 1e 1a *solf ad a Vee.
Me Slid 414 90 k"040 Or SW
-011 am w *o*f
"e f- so 00 "ad th Ifts ead
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imvilk'sN New mi UptateM He
ling irtcclas. flnathl froo. 'The trnvoling man'r
rotrst. Ratu, $2.50 aind up.

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PoItTan sI OCX


Fire, Life and Accident L

Ilut Bo Ough
ft Wkws & dqW OW" sh Ik 'w1 Iwi
r"io he pGar inWO ,OWd, pa or hc1
MM& gemw wwMot 'mm M oh p m
fod'swImh Iklathat.1000 Omn
lNoIt ome mam PIlUAN. o w$MAP#
a guo" V" Oond greh1 4 amM hlm&, a
0hl Mpwh adsu ow prim pa hr

hrh I s# Is

1n 1! I E 1EEX III I

Fob. I -liUt ou tdcposim ....... ..... .$x)t I W44)
Netjprd our deposiwon......1....P..W.). $ 7' 5

Net plrrin In depwits ...,.. 1 .5r~.l

Oi4 Of the Important Dutes of Ph ysI
the WdelInformed of the World
is to lears f t, the rtelativh slianinti and reliability of the leading manufacture*
era of dpalicin.l ai;tents, ats thI' Int ( s;i'< 't physicians are the most careful at to
the utaifIM quality nd;tl pfect piut y i e t 'dieis prcscrilwid lby them, and it is well
known' to Ipb'. sicians d the W\\'. nlle ttrmd 'ncrally that the California Fig Syrup
Co., by ton ot it' correct methods an,.l jIrivtt equipnwcnt and the ethical character of j
Its prod a~s att;ained to the high st.andin- in scientific and commercial circles which
is ao e4 to successful and reliable hours only, and, therefore, that the name of the
CompaQ y has Ixome a iniurantct. of the t xcllence of its remedy.

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hbited Some of Plat alsialU
is Country at RoieiV W


Wat' the 4Q I Weil
ro m d "d iiJI e hI Pa
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S, med ana

rese tor t of 4ttr, ms m

rned$ II ot 16 hs
.eas'aulonsa No 1ur Hes. earn b
s* trr t niate cfi6 tao or i the
waorNe or it uiar, bamb a e Meek
[.T me : by ths mao 1O4 WI dth b

t.h UmsiL of iidal aie
ip Ai lmhe at e Mid l
*2 '1to Osrestion a 0a4 loyel

T. Iwo blo ato re he eoe

J!"" 111 ,na the V position M oundr
or (or ga ottaarder, thate 1wo

oied byto sis thee, ahir, ha
dt, to os, OeW'
I o mel a The proa ram ofe
novo oture anet WMedAsday

i uill in ie e positindo outrid

hei elea Th ele torly thus a-

y (M p heow to jgafl otwr
rt after e a5r 1ea t to

t Iee tuisof lna r Wt one ed
"Tboi e who atesed uadrthe oeatr
and, wil the epriat a wIedidr c
OW44l1 teb ithI Itty tu*s taieWt

L~Lrta &me by tmea 0t ard toher

@e Sthe e een Pariefouaalae hI
ellA" o ors d vaem tWrar0
4Ie lrad tre bila show italato
lAo exolYbtIon of t a novel

S Ir tho Vr naO t ront ld It of te
or t cltt a the xoe at on Arobude.
ty th the eape J tioll, was unt the

ei ta ushibtxt wmd t hetr athea

MsgaIqnpt Uibt ofat thIne redet
W $4 1mbuas esuanty for eat a er.
STaylror ifto very he atosast over
si irolaute Uoe for Wear. d proeday
!e 7 ,OW weily preheat as wplO 5d
ut The oward artty th b at-
~lM Idouby aseimerca amd their

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Man AeeeV d of Murder of Negre
Wemel Released on Ught oend
Tony Boeley, the negro who is
charged with the shootinC of Bavan-
ash Moore, a colored woman, at her
boa In Evlnton, a few weeks ago.
from the alleged effects of which the
woman tag tine dled, was rlraigned
In Justice Smith's court ai icanopey.
aad. after hearing evidence In the
caf, tloebey's bond was placed e*
$*S0 for his apc'sraierrte at tbh next
tem of the circuit court, which It Is
understood be save.
'he story ofth thtraedy. as it was
related by those who are supposed to
know, Istill freeh lu the minds of
the public. It will he remembered
that Boebry, aftr "mockfg" the
wowaa's deceaset father, shot th
wolan. It It said. striking her I the
thigh and lollcttag a dangerom
woead. a few days after whai sbh
Ia the meantime Bosby wa arrea
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IL MGM A MUWAO*S 15 4 hut marshalCrisa. feslto @mem
ftmlow o adow o big pmiwr. am
s. G, lies.. a weII~mm rrr feet vk uithefty Of his pr, em~
01 tam% Whiso411""M him"to O toietti whero khere
bs hi mm., had' Ils ~k *J~k ouW I the gmhmur hears
0o am ot Wta "amt wow 1*ssd =141 00____________ w
1 1I* *M"S&a Wa". TO CURB A *O L IN ONE DAV.
a Mm mm m om 3MW.li bt Tae LAX ATMI UROO XO Qob
bil l ftog ad hAI f. thY Ou t Talts D. gb rotund mey II
Ws.,vt aim ow p-10s101 I n %%$ ItUlls t am *. W. GO vK8 sir
saly ow a.iwd. the weght of hi. h ltwv i so w. awk k.
hd bordeaki it.
The patet w w*s brought to he ltw. Iht Corow Ual
wime mead Ical o odufThe"armers UuI
We St j at acovwites bhe&Wett I The Aiactrba Cfuty Farmers Il'k
tIsa as sloel asy an oa be ospctd '1 4 *I1 111vt at Pornowveuce cuhutch
-oft e rWireuvotawt-ec, aLt'taiub i, az.du (i hadt twilw on otb ,k Alach
ft ttb viiW 1* lIteocitaletud 1 any. Ari) 1.'l A!.idNal'
sove sveral weeks. VIPI evi i'tuL' VIV i1 .t.*a4 p'i t S aNi
svs'*w d. l 'h& VVr ll 1 A ltF i u f

A~e~sd Athltt!e Meda,
- am..aa Ml. MArcl 1Is h

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After 0l0t1 Thoughtw eode H. Ni
Wmr Nt be Canddte fobr Glrll il< : .
Ro who a'obArge of the cooructmo it llieaa bgstulmf t ei
was orf Hague dlstrlt, w aIn t he eaiS, adW SIHO U 'd5S^^ oot,3dw 4V
ctty *^ ( with his friends for a 10fheing t VheS lid V a a We 3h SI

r Ro ateoe, where he has been on diskt1po"bowelrctiob aineki1d U a
a vi to ei mother. of t systest. The circulation deposits sthit
Wh atkeo d soout his aspirations gsl., ties sad Joaits of theso f bI S d t
1arob;at of Alachua soaty, Mr.'iRmB tismaproduced. The at Srt b es W t;
rete r elUed that, after ewAI con. but blood becon et a rtd t ie dthe
M had decid h d that he dis. lI wor eand aftrwhle a d
be a candIdatea this tim e asi bso srp ad cttin t tc 1e asselesdc
8Tet.Ml lll of odae t ooath>, tb. oweUP Muscles
toTitlyaadtb that many friends oar hta l aOfY costa fot wlel the I tcles
bad bee. rging bim to do sctio a bdo4t 3 w es the ad bfpoia o riuowed to
V whorle heart is wappedo up min in the blood the ointS oaftes become so Oith P ilw sub.
-My Whole toh Ii wrpsped up In stnes that theya k lft pema=Uh UtlY stiuf amadte ia3 can
"d rNdO nOw" be Wi "OPlWly, ver be rubbed away, norcan it a be coquered ad i rSSss
t sonts. t Lhos oads which I am until the acd-t bd w Nee Siggg5S?
befldia. I would naturally be oom r i ed. d. I"MI *a th0
pea64 to leave this work In other 2Ioc as t a
bu to order to make a canvas InNfow" the impu" nii *a d &r aa of
the set I should boom*e a caniate, rich, strong bood to ta ed parts; which
thd Int I should twoon a eadda t, soothes the irritated aerithflIsmad muscles
ad I don't want to atoot ty dt EY VEGETABLM and flesh, and the er obtlsuele that
o leao, hbeae. In t ke weordGp pma t because the s ul eM of the
old uaemaer. I'll just keep 'pegglag ssaj-au been moved. Spelal book on Rheuasat and m medical
away' ttil some other Umn." disde iedt M. THE SWIT PCIIC CO., ITAI U, GA.
Mr. Peater's friends, while they ,
would tke to see him peter the race ,
bieowitg he would e lbtong. cannot
bthof bt admire his loyalty a the
road gue ro, as well a" his detnmlo tDo. o
ios to stick to It" aw d l te Bock Re ad for Splittl

i RECT PROM PARl. $4.50 per oorl of pine, and deliv'end. $3.~.5per coMd of pine at University
$5.00 per cord of hardwood, deliverr. $3.7-5 per cor harwood at Unlv'sty
Parelan Mags, the Great Preneh Hel Reduction on above for large quantities.
Roerer, New Made In th Phone Orders to Auditor University, or see Capt. Cox
United Stees. 1on Grounds
Dr. Otrou'x' famoushar l restorer.
the mat lent hair tone In the
worM ad aed e xtensively throulb A ifgh. *A0m0 tt0lll&- afs ft
Oat Irsoe and other parts of ropee,
s nwr being made In the United
$111A4 The Dutton
Tbhl tion was taken to ate the
heay aportant duty and today D utton
S Amr s ta only 60 o ts bottle GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
W. 'M. Johnson ha been ap
poaited mp t for this ety and OFFICERS A S DIRECTORS
pa-ssed zrecomenn d Partalan afe A Strong Bank,
recll~ommend PI', W. R. Themes, H.F. Dutton,
as a mat delightful hair dressing. W. R. T
Pariian Bage is guaranteed by W: Preident Giving All Busi- C. W. Chaoe
Joohnao to cure dandruff, stop C. W. Chaes J. G. Nicha'i,
lag hair. restore ray hair. 1t Vice-Pceldent ness that Comies J. A. Maultaby,
and cure all diseases of the scalp or
money bbLk. 0. K. Broome, S. J. Theme
Partila B ae makes the hair soft, 2nd Vice-President. Before it Prompt Q. K. Broome,
lustrous and luxuriant. It is especially L D. Turner, w. R. Thoms
ly recommended where children's har e'y. and Cashier. a' 4..... W. Taylor.
Is warse nd a uml.y. It thickens e . ao
eyebrow* and strengthens eyelasbes. __off"____
Price 5 eats a bottle. If you do aNt J ,
live near a druggist who sells Part 0O Af _AMf
Selan Sae, the Giroux Mfg. Co., Ruffas
Io, NY.Y, will end you a bottle,
charges prepaid for 60 cents.00 O


District Deputy Exalted Ruler Bear Peasonable Prices
Pays Galneeville a Visit.
District Deputy Grand Rxalted Ruler
Bear of rs-'neiola paid GaIesvlille
rodgo No. .o an ofctal visit Friday and Pl sed Patrons
Irventg, st whtih imoe many Iks
were present to reo t him. The meet-
Ing proved a amot lateretlag ana aad Carry more weight than the Pety, Oint Critidma of a
,Mr. Dear ars pleased to be among
Shi brothers of Olaeevttie iodge for competitor whose pocket-book you are hitting.
t tbo time. asemade a molat I am cop aratively a stranger among you, but my
tal alm tImes .1l Elhd1m, mld
hem a, *lut slpeaLer. his nrm i practice is good and growing larger each day.
w. heard atth th g'stet ater t

* ordwiaee elum far Trag OCS |*s L BIf-i .-l -- Drb- -

Wrttee statbis that she, aa t. II I I
reane I catarrA have shake coa-.
de**e In the usua prearrtptos toM
afeguard hoam healtth from the rae*
ages of this diseas1ek. t
WbfB stomacha dosInr - ra. ruvea -

bkolffctive. It *t onalurtl rI i- k ror
som* oviher tzeat. Ai d I tIs
ovvl t hah ItII HYoul al am a"' atea
iurv (.,r sill viturrbal iroutl..e Ila4 at
Slu nb.dd with the vam
%ou bfrcllil e uvoaLn~ oatim~o
o .t'lrift. 1ii).t*r rid hopp-
thrt'Al. wot( I1 tbe Irr,-tfi~l f4
olois -artol-r i v so MatI rt-. I* f avorge utan
tt&.BldUt Y ?.( 4Mb:I11 CXLF, Vrl( I' 'Juisleuiv ntLf him.

bein the~iall aisiuuid Ma Othe a t.~Iuatt)A "i uth 14 r *m4 v~aj I $ v~ g~ItvJW 'di~~
this )#or metr% tIls* s Mip 1* '' IIIis lke hIIt's-tbat 1 14 A115. gj arto
pla W@*ttagt aCJ by o vo plt. i*s 1IsI it 21 44,11 3sai'lo .w.' -l '4i v v i t l*. II '-- It ;t o-im tk wtit
from M dSl pt" W atw ID l traw t. III I tIw* 4 A" % Vl4 mim.-Is toa 'vT d.;*,.t,..t1 I,
of t'lagaa It 1ki l Y th1 de-t aklhr
usarro baWW% &' ,rIhuoI work a6'*r pI0J1 cU It'e Ct y.l r* t Roueaibor The Ow eice *we 1y
!'Owvs h ,l hrt weMi (h c h.IS J. E.vt. klit t aa hgIn the prftotb NtL

St. A. gj)MpaeIm

CANW~l aIm t Ubwats
MoNile Aa.. man i..-jfht sa&h
srm of Th pInoop hath o1 th aft
dk* atu4&y Vsw S."ts aawi
S" sed the on" 9""e mepsi I8
bV-W mL-
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FIRE I.I)~ REithout in.
1.11r,111o. indeni~nity. 1Us

~ r' will ee'uato YOM
rec~~ ~I~o jt YawP
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S ttMat
tl al yo have een ua about the
wMIng cake. We can fIrnith It to
'a4 the moasutldlou tate. Cake
U aer tor all occasons, our ape-
411Mr. Anything nl that line on short
GM at raonaable price. Sure to
gte you latfactlon. At our bakery
ea be found ftUih daily, choice bread,
roll bua, cakes, pie and pastry.
Everything is pure, wholesome, tooth-
M H mlock Galneavillea, Pla.



First Session d League Will be
Held Tonight.



Are Expected to be Present and Ad-
dress the Meting, and a General
Beneficial Session Is Expected-Pro-
/ gram for This Evening.
The first annual session of the
Florida Anti-Saloon League will be
held for three days, beginning tonight,
ad the event, *especially as1 thi is
the frst organized move of the asio-
idation n this State, Is anticipated
w, ith a great deal of Interest.
S Delegates will be present from
Severy section uo the State. Only a
Sfew have arrived so far. but by night-
fall, and before the first session is
called to order in the Tabernacle, it
*s- expected that the city will be
. throned with them.
STh following program will be rend-
ered at tontght' session:
7' 1:30. Devotlonal Exerclies-HRev. T.
1 Hay.
S1:45, Address of Welcome-Hlon. W.
:.I Thomas.
M 150, Response--Rev. W. A. Hobson,
W D.
S :16, Election of Ofcerm.
$ :45, Greeting from Church and
leaperance OrgRnlzatlons.

Dan'ms Reguleta cure constipation,
Sore the stomach, stimulate the liver.
glomote digeston and appetite and
r passages of the bowels. Ask
Hygr drunMg t for them. 25 cents a

SnAttract. ive

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ha a~nrw by wra

'vJw esp &o w ibat h.

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fewdabt a" Now t ism as
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Have Returned from Annual Meeting
K. of P. Well Pisaaae
Grand Chancellor Louls C. 4ynch.
Robt. E. Davl.s A. 1. Cushmnan and Ge.
P. Morris aidt I4 f have retnraed
from St. Pet ir lnrK. wh. re eIhvr wen!
to attendl tht aiinual bessulo of the
Grand l.ods;,. Knights of Pj-tllas.
which was In iession in that city for
three days la-t week. Mrs. Morris reap-
resenting the Pythian 8Sters.
According to the report of the delo-
gates attending from Mt Vernon
Lodge. the convention Just closed was
one of the most enjoyable ever held
In the State. as well as one of the
mout largely attended. The good peo-
pie of St Petersburg exerted every
effort for the entertainment of
visitors, and with remarkable success,
a their stay n the "City by the Gulit
will not be forgotten.
The question of selecting a perma-
neat location for the Grand Lo
wau again brought up. Jacksonille
entered for the place, bt Oaluesvile
was a close competitor and a strong
one, Captain George M. Lynch, former-
ly of this city but now president ot
the Jasper Normal Institute, Jasper.
making a moat magnlflclent plea In In-
viting the Pythians to make their fu.
ture and permanent home hee.
Captain Lynch Is a fine and force-
ful speaker, and on more than one oc-
casion has fought for the rights of
Gaineaville, from every point of view.
In this Instance there was no excep-
tion, as Captain Lynch did not heel.
tate to draw out In a forceful manner
the advantages, morally, geographl-
cally and otherwise, why Gaineltille
was "the plare."
Gainesville needs a few more
friends like Captain I.)nch In public
conventions, as he has accomplished
a great deal In %calling the attention
of the people to this city as an ad-
vaitagrous I point In every way.

Fairly Good Crowd Gathered at Last
Entertainment of the Seaton.
A falrsizod audience atteindttl the
closing, or ChatutauquI bnleflt, at the
Tabernacle Monday night, and, while
the entertainment wuas very good.
those prct'ut trv ( dllaimpolitcId at
the failure of the~ .l Japese troul.
from the Mid-Wintier Expolitlon.
which had been advertliwd. to "show
up." Howe\er, three Esqulm t or
some other tribe were there, but
judgingeroin comment. thee did not
fli the bill.
The Vitlaraph movnlu pilhfures.
which, ai one of the bent. If not the
best attraction the Chautauqua has
had. were good, and were enjoyed.
This closes the ('hauatucua for
190,. which will tb followed by the
IliIle Conference.

Dr. Northcroea of Tennesee Will Cenl
duct Services for Week.
Rev. Dr. Northerosa, of Teunaee,
a Christlan ftcbr of eloquence a)&
note. filled the pulpit at the Church
of Chrlat on BSuday. mnoral and
night. being greeted by fair coagruga.
tinsa at both the moraueu and evea.
nag service.
I1 Northernr has been Induced to
remain ere for th week. ad will
preacb h h evenlag at 7 o'clock, It
order that his service may et later'
fere with any other fuactlas of the
The public is oprdldUly slvtled to
aome oat and ber this eltoueet d.-
A Osu* ew* seamlek.
osn of Ate mout ipre-lve attUiw
toes In the city today, as ar seA'Jt
Patrick'a Day Is coorermd. to a 1wr
I-e sbamrock. whkh was st MrI

J. hI Hunt br bogher mobe I&W. UM I
Mararut vent. dfrct froms tme Rum
of Kilhanwr. swd kWh u M N o"
materally q5Iweciaee YT o ihla aw
it I nprobay tbly the 'av ge she.
rwk Is the r"ty
Tbhrob the %nmer of Mrs 11.
the abslreh sill be phases Is U.
diephy wiadow of Mrp NYuriuI*.
mihhsryw Partors AY.a" 0and i
to aluut a gymst of wws

For PoW Lormy.
Srd Hall. -al ,. "m -bm a i
be bow sma r o IDAIe- _
wosm uoa ebeSt
brm. ad em ss~dI*best
a is o- m-sl am noWE
Wm m I wi t f%&C. Luvw 4
n I ,oegrw wa

Oa of the at Dudes of Physk
the Wd.Informed of the World

0 1

is to learM n:' t the' relative st:in.in and relialility of th.e leading manufatu-r*
ere of edicin.il n:'nts, as the m st: mlilr 't I physicians nrc the most careful as to
the unajlrm qu.ilit and petrfet Iputi e'I t, urn.lies prescrilbed by them, and it is well
known to ph.bsi ans and the Well-Inaotmd rtinerally that the California Fig Syrup
Co., by reason (t its correct methods and ,l'rfe'ct equipment and the ethical character of
Its produc'thas ait.tined to the high standini:I in scientitwc ant commercial circles which
is accord to -.uccesstul and reliable house's cnly, and. therefore, that the name of the
Company has leoince a guarantee of the excellence of its rncedy.
appeal to the Well-Informed in every walk of life and artc essential to permanent sue.
cess and eltditable standing, therefore we wish oo call thi, attention of all who would
aejoy good health, with it* blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right
living with all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour
of recretIto, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute
to that an and the use of medicines dispeisetd with generally to great advantage, but
as in naiy instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the
proper timp, the California Fig Syrup Co. fecek that it is alike, important to present
truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won
the appoval of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the WVtt-Inlormed because
of theexcelenuce ot, the comldnation, known to all, and the original method of manufac-
ture, whih is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. 0
* This valuable remedy has br~n long and favorably known under thl name of-
Syrup of Fig- .and has attained to world-wide acceptance as thle most excellent of
family laxati\ve., and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna. are well
knqwn to ph.ii.ans and the Well-informed ot the world to 1w thIl Itst of natural
laxatives, we h.ve adopted the more clablorate name ot- Syrup of Fins and Elixir of
Senna-as ni'r e fully descriptive of the rcmti dy, but doubtless it will always be
called for by the- shorter name of Syrup of Fin'; und to get its benefi'iial effect always
note, when purchasing. the full name ol the 'Company -- California Fig Syrup Co.-
plainly private d on the front of every piatk. ~, whether you simply call or Syrup of
Figs-or by t!h luil lnme-Syrup of :Figs muil 1l' \ir of Senna-- as Su nrp of Fi and
Elixir of Sentu. i. the one laxative ti mnedly tanuifactuhred by the ('ali tornia Fig Syrup
Co. and the s.un, herelolore known Ily thIe n.imw S trup of Fig-s -which Ihas given
satisfaction t, millions. The genuine is it ,ri I \ all leading druiggists tIlhomighout
the United St.ie s in original lMckagcs l oi c: i.c. uitly, thei rcyular pItice' ol which
is fifty cents I" r little.
Every I rtilet is sold under the, general tiM.i1.t.t- of(1 tih ( Compianl tiled with the
Secretary of .\.riculture, at WashinLgton.. I)., C.. thlt tie remedy is not adillterated or
misbranded thin the meaning of the Food anid lh ', ; Act, Junll 30th, 1go6.


San Francisco, Cal.
tJ S. A.
London, England.

This Enterprising Pirm aI Making Big PT H Ej
Run en Retigegtors. T1 I1
Always awake to the coliruiillty
and the season, the Itatrel lnardwarr. -
Comnimany, of whom there Il nt o niorej *l n Agir
enterlprlsin coanrn In the mHiate'. has I l
a new adveitlsim t ia this i-.
aue, In which they tell our Iraders of E Veryth ing Lirst
the various styl of rfi tlgetatora andi rotr
Ice chesta they offr to, thos, e ho
v.ant to keep cool during the colntin J A.1A ES VA
Among others, and whlichlri, really)
the leader, ai the "Odo.rlrs." whith
carries a guarantee *a f.r aI arfriix. KBTItR IU JORIDAW
mat, workmanship ansl onstruction
Is eoacerned. The ), ,lnrees' (omi
bltm all the qualiir. 4f bept ro.
frlerators. and eeel( in Umany wa)*
II conveaennoe and ath4:rwlbe.
T The "Worleas" is nct a costly re I
frlgrator, bet for0 tho.. who do m ti
anf to pay its price. otierm are pro
wele4 which are mgarsid the bti( PORT I BM
for the meer.


was muoomblg to be nooded in
e rA- 61ls ohimey- I ogo" hab
kee tswsds *' paste"t of
IOW rrMm. A omitv eocn tur
bom boubm haee.esota&'l0611bls
"ad h&s. amd so livr 4m8MR ts.
J. CL sawIkL ttle Rork.. Alt, wri
wool"" In tde peate" mNtw mods.
Me"bm b a. U me od xit r perr..
Is s te ,tw Bol 84bp W. n.
C.L Chueb Retunbe.

Cok aftoo ~-Y~~
H".n Hesry6. Chubb.,.wIW ,With
uem. J. M .Ceenke .tkow t omak-
mhrsb asn4 a to W Md -stmvto
Rmeson" vihea a. uamadnomof

?aM, hu(e tursd to ws ebms is
-ob mr, ~5a spt smnmlm
inb. CdOILhCb*MI mnuAip
- ever"mh~bis owvqm n b utis et

WhIea "die d Mom 4W--AM"W.
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ph~m mu "" am AN .wat
-NW 1 we "d the 10" eMo
kb" boo



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clwss. I1t1l01 14 fo.
eat. Haitoss $2.50o


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Don't SBeSough
I m bism w wil" 1
Oln be~iwg eJa wkhml Ike '11u msur
'Iahlee yonv maes.~ Ih uud.-o ebi.
laMl'. E~in4S& Ftbru Iet wil Irv puseI
F" Wsa Ia a vWOWrr, JI0lh6, t "to
uit., Ciu W4e mail FlaMesO.. O w'
ftussd rua a uus "Jpv GM bl IM,
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L F= su ..............a. CWE*ter
l1.M. f33WI'ZY.... swap& 01 --1 ag lass

o. n aoa itL

~a duv 5me, lctbId' mersiegas
" dnmbi, bIvsmu4 bg I; Wb dw pw
Oallt o ay OtWif do 15.1 5inu pe
684 #mro a ran&* "W, 0 1 t-go On
show efs'7S~~UkSS4M
ug ut 6. m~ls h'5 w..etdily to

-I Turse' me. 1.S. MU debs b
S i M apr, r.Udmdla em asey Ne m
emyUK, Il ate MA NM, d 4 t
S mbd, psa U M e, to my t tpaloe UMVi
s, eior eCrondiNfor"wyear- admuM
Als edmtelas WMs buommd" a er am
S Mn I advertliMretM, m k eottIurwie
5 I t o t9ntmct. I rag( sbet he k ol et
bs nior to Suy for la*a
fIf, AM y., TH I -M- Adl. ,T 9Wl*"M

HNo. William I. Chandler io aktai
Soton again-asl though to draw that
dea dly diary of hli

S An changee 'au "Can Taft be
*loetod" Better wait fint and we
If he can be nominated,

Hetty Oren, dtmlndd to bave
SIe best of ovwthblta a uenal, an.
ts that her utreta o-law shall
be park. _

s la4 t ooly that h doso not tlie
*Mut door to Japan, but that his b yn
o set apable ofp ptaratn anything.
B i' I
Ann. a a GoldM aya has not mar.
ied the PrIae doe M a. and Is not
Si\ I to. Oo*a In the Castellao ri.
k ithl alp ought to be enough for at-
m,. t a yoBe..

The feet that Denver ha located
S hear osvat=oU ball a emll from the
so r lN Mtied nrly Indlcatest a laud-
K A lMo dear to elp bhr start rail.
,an to payt div-ads.
I re Is so nth ila tha report elr.
d : MrI that the Pre t has writer's
amp from ttrnlag out aspelal mae
S aNa. He ditoate them all to Loeb.
SPerWhp tIt Is throat trouble.
S Olveror kmlho soa of Mloneota baa
bes endorMed by the Democratic corn
IMI s of that tat for the momela
U. for Prealdet. The vote was 6
tr Johotn to S3 for Dryna.
,~ IIJ-~--'-
Albla e RodP, the god roads an
of Jeakaeusl Ie, o a raddate for t~
t gislatar from Duval comity. Itf hi
elation wil tabre ipreOmetl
ft pblle highway he ought to vA
4h4a4 dowa."-
It t reported that Atorse yOH r
S apart haa had to asll asen tvram
at a aorlSee owlag to the Mhrlah
. to valu"e foloe the dapa.e*A--
am"d by tha repeated attasel of th
soprUmatn of Justice Oa big rpor
B1 ut

All he statlrtkleas of the admtle
trash are Iurla oe the vot that

S th other fellewasu gu rt t
vowee he west et. Why set -e it
%Numanmo m by emmatfi Me.r Rooe.
vetofr a third tm?

e. o PrUaU k W. rPe of Jaekeeo
Sville will be a eam4ldaW a a dole.
gate to the Natomal Deosratle Coe
S .vmtoA at Denver Mr. Pope to ae
I M abkL t nos hI rInorva &rs t a

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oerats could teot do better than I believe him perfectly honorable la all
to be reprewiented by him biualeae transactls. and anactnarS
S-.-:. able to Carry out nay oblUgaUons mde
A: amw cmre* to us Ut optleail by his, fri
. a lla rltel Mr W TIa aiNg.1 WALMINO KINNAN & MARVIN,
W~ tblaWly lOntome us that all the Whboelel Or lWu t. Toledo O
tat of war In the Orwit to baeles Hall's Catarrhl urf is taken Intern
0ad that fa rr as a) kwis kds goo lallty. rttla dtrvwtly auw the blood an
Japra ho not vtorldM thle Ito-rt Omns uurf'c*t of the system Testl
ieoth truety with rWh.t~Mre to tb + moaleta 1st fe Prkc ~'c t7.
ope do Ieoldky In tMac-hurtna ;bottkle id b aIl drutists.
._. .. Tae Hall's mily Pils for ceaso
Pty the poor th awasp'r wUan. fr _
another print pePsi trut *1 furmuw,
with a proposed (fIal of SSo.Woe ft
'-"o "Pn f bogrw ema*,C A P U D IN E
The report of the organa1tmn* rays
*"1ttl, Mawh wil be reaed." lOC bt ,*
dout tha. t s" .Mrt. tfee .. *CURES COVL
thra cAlh th Ca equw ae ow f al r
, Awwrlka &%Pop* U1LU


NY erbert J. apsed.





STh1%re isgsgIK1e1i no

is amsin ma"y pot b iway
w their ,old 0 M ., pr
arty a a am il

be. more thaa e bdore ,appWd,
to. A great ineaw man mod Dome-
crat Hoan. Wial L D. Ou who
showed htadel f we Governor of
Maseachuset t tto beo a tiD an-.
o a 1 o satervl*ew M giv us h*
pWoM of a the read of pbMc optiloe
whea e amd: 10
the method ad tamtboo of thS,
*adUlstra.H. a. qshLngem are do.
pg me to oableate t lines I
4n really bele; that they wO
benIt tao Regwsb more taa tha
Democratl party, so far less certaes.
The Democrate, part asbould, I m
eplto a, do o11 peble to abesh rap
Wl privlleeM ad s to ie the people
a square dl. It should be lees spea
tacalar nla at methods and more er@
Wa In produclna u ubetatlal results
Above all tMag, it should take q
strsO position ftr lamediate tar
ednatltoba o raw materials at d food,
ant qpeoaly .or ue entire removal
of all dutle ea trust produts sold
cheaper to foreiners than to Aamrt.
eans. It abobid also do all in IM
power toward seourng reciprocal
trade relation with Canada and all
other countries. With uch a plat.
form and with aadldatee that coma
mand the cdOflm ie of the people, I
believe our party would ot only ga
the nspport of many honeat ma
factureo nw Repeblicans, bet would
win at the polls. I have no fear of
the result wen the Democrati party
preheat a poker platform and candle&
dates to the voters."


The Bevertidg bill (. 3163) pro.
vide that "then here by r1ated a
cemmlesloB which shall l j wn as
the trI eoran loe," ae4 g hl "said
A-,M o *-,_shall eas et'ot *venT
meihed' appointed by tem Preeldent
of the UIlted State, by and with the
advise and consent of the Seaate;
that sad commasslos hall be ap-
pointd solely with a view to quaIl-
latlons a spealed In this st. ad
without regard to politlal aflii.
Uoos" ete.
8ubh a eoumalaloo would be saeo
lately unooustitutlal. It would hbe
a usurpation of the exol atre rijbt
of theb house of Repnratatlve to
oritate revenue bills. Whatever Its
function adlt be. whoever might be
Its members (Demoorats or RepublU
esas, both or aelther). It would de.
priveo e .people's Immediate repre
aettitre, and therefore, o ,effect,
the people themete, of layl rt the
taxes; for "laying" taxes mhludes
both the sua tlon an4 the enact
meat of the rates o taxation. To
'esav a tax means the layln as well
a the colleetlk of It: and t omld
obe either ad nor collected until I

A Imarmaoe Journal declared that
em potae sit hart hantin pictares
tha toI ra0rdf etoisLonsa. Ad If
the waas of a ed maay hbome are
y e'Ieo.e the vtetmou do aot *et
ray mare thana .om ll to them.

WHlal Raadoelpb Ieant la mauia
a pat secret of wham the laoepead'
On ra prefers s the Presi-
i Ntow of course, ame Ig
sermt peeom ta the back row I go
lag"r tgle.

We oer Owe Hadred Dollar, Re,
ward tor any eas el Catarrh that ean.
act be eund by MaiT. Catarr Cure
P. J. CHNEtY & CO., Tokled 0.
We. the uderaotaod. have kaows
W r e....S Wr m. *.. n --.. - -

As l a Idea backed up by the Last
abty e a cute i worth more to a nelton, V
m thai ay otar earthly Me. from fern
If 'lma M h the Inm int to recogle
t he t wy of dots a than d ing Card
4h ptul -Ad proreeevane to ee atn not w
tat O is does, hW has a seat re.
SmIve4d m ai te row with tho keep on 1
who, havlved saeeaestl Uve. cured."
WVato eyery detail In the system
aer whLc you bulsne no m, ard Despi
Wa tI yo cannot dens a .or oo-' rival
aolmoal metbo Three year ago, a young m today [ai
n team mLourlltm, Ky. ae dan't cure of f
trave t s Pullman cr. a, or eea In
Sdtiary day coach. He earnd the organ
Me ,t mton., rather, by the hoo
aO lk, somewhatt diagreeable the unct
tait of tedint live stock on a cattle In the re
trata. 14
SWhen he reached New York, he got a misplac
a job a bill poster. Most men would
hav stayed at that Job and worked'
the t f their lively n overalls with
pastpet sad brush. But this m ; n
poMeand hlsriht and he conceived an
orinal idea.
At that time it wa the custom of
0aoh tdividual advertisina company
to end out special Inspectors to see
if their bis were properly posted and 11 1I UIM
that all of their billboards were oov-
red. Now. this ma worked out a'
plea to have all this Ispection dome
by memaeer boys. He had no trouble
ta Interestab one of he big telegraph 211 West
0o.m..aee who agreed to pay him aI
m A%" ll h u. ho

It stops pin, tone)up

FM Ai= I

placement of a
ed organ. ""
rery Drug Store In $1.00 Bottle&


Bay St. P. 0. Box 401. Jacksonvilll, Fia.
___________________ I


Desoto Rye.


peolal Offer.
Idlebrook Whiskey In Drama-Disti).
lerv Bottllnt-Expres Colleted.

4 Pull Qurt ................ 600 Pnt n d .............. 8.00
4 Full Quart ............. 7.00 200 Hal.Plnta in drum........ 83.00
13 ll Quarts .............. 12.75 Sold only in drum-will not break
13 Pull Quarts freightt prepaid). 12.00 drum.
W4 lllarms No. 10 Rye. Old Homestead N. C. Corn Whiskey.
SPul Quarts ............... 4.20 One gallon ug, expre s pid...$ .5
11i Pll Quarts .............. 9.0 Corn Whiskey-Express Collect
Old Halifax Rye. Rocky Ford. per bottle........$ 1.00
4 u Quart. ............. $ 4.20 Rocky Ford, per case......... 10.00
S ll Quat ................ 6.00 N. C. White and ju .......... 1.65
is ull Quarts ................ O00 SN. C. White, Bitter............ 2.00
S Q art ......... 12.00 C. White. Fine.............. 2.50
Sunny South Rye. Laurel Valley Corn............ 3.00
4 ull Quart ................$ 2.75 Rye Whiskey-Express Collect
1 Full Quarts ................ 4.00 Per Gal
6 FPull Pints ............... 2.00 Copper distilled and jug........ $1.65
Queen City ................... 2.00
Yellowsto~I Bourbon. Sunny South .................. 2.50
otth ............. .. $ 1.50 Rye Malt ................. .. 800
O, ................ ....... 12.00 Hurdle Rye, Special.......... 4.00
Old oone-Express Collected. Overholt................... 4.00
Od on-Exprec Collected. Rl Mll................. 4.00
Bottled n bond by U. 8. Government Planter ....................... .00
1 P ll Quart ................. 1.25 Old Boone .................... 5.00
12 Fll Quart ................ 12.00 Williams' Private Seal.......... .00
"- -- . . .. __ _T .... .. .. . ..

Send your orders for Job Pinting to



Air Line Railway


Three Elegant Tains Daily:


Modern, Pullman Equipment

The 8lAbOARD FLORIDA LIMITED-Sold P;:n.ao vreetU led
trait. SI. Aagstiae and Jaeblonrtlle to New York via RiebKch d 1i
WahlatLe. DOIta Car t r I canes) Mervk. )Doble Drawlawige,
S 1elag canrk. tammte and Oberbtuoo Car. Lwe* t Auguste
l1t.: a. sanad IcjkaWvtlle 1: U 5 p a dally. tacledtag dery.
r ftlB ttaarmatic ad *leep' rewrvatto call say Ag-
lraboar or a.
SC. SYLoTs. Jr qm Ae. ..e.. ., P,, sgs A


female diseases.
ins, regulates
Ions, and aids

He loft his overalls and pate-pot
and bea to build up a business.
Today he fnds himself th poe.
seaemr of a small fortune. But mon
thar that, he bhasa ititted a system
Wlhb has proved to be a mose ,av-
Its and a labor4avtng device.

That pamature report that the to-
aseso war I Kentueky bad bea eot-
tid was probably just a effort to
kok the securities of the Under-
takear' trst

KJdey TroblIk Makes You Miserable.
Almnot everylxly who reads the nCewt
papers is sure to know of the wotlerful
1 cures n ule by Dr
Kilnmtr's S-wanp
L Rcoot, the greut kiil
ne liver audW blad
der rert:mtly.
It is thelgreat mner
i let triumph of th
inineteetith cLuturv.
Sdiac,,Tred after yvar
of scicutific resePard
b, Dr. Kilmer, the
e' nient kidlney and
hadder *n ciallt. and isr wMderfullv
uaccOiful in promptly cuiuag lanrc ack
uric ai1d, catarh of the bMaddr and
nlrght t' Difeas, which I. thi wor
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmwer'e w Rot isnot Nec
l Wad foi everything but If vwu have
UoIGy liver oa bL ddr trolole it will be
found jut the rI mdy you need. It has
be teted in so maay w.vs, no hoeital
work aWnd in ivate practi, ma ha
proved ao saccme l ery cae that a
Mclal arranuxmnat haa been mad. by
blch aU rte." oftbo pa per, wbhoh a
io alrdey tried It, may bar a 2ampls
boI#le s H t fr mail. ao a bouk tell.
so m about iSwmp-.Ro-, audl how to
aout if vou have kiday orblr bl tro-
ble. Wha writinguention reding this
gmo oaer ti aper ad snd your
ddMee to Dr KU meY r .
& Co.. IMnakhatom,
N. V. rThe regular

!&r nttlaao i mo e rmm -
by all rpx drugirta. Dct make
a mitke, bt member u ncami
wump.Root, I4 k % mers SweaunpRac
sad the wtdesaM t hSatme. N. Y.,
eqn to's-

Fall," writes Mrs. S. G. Bailey, ofTun-
V. Va., "I was going down by I~e
ale disease, with great pain. After tak-
ui, OhI Myl How I was benefitdl I
,ell yet, but am so much better that I will
taking Wine of Cardul till I am perfectly

te the envious attacks of jealous enemies
Is, Cardul still holds supreme pdlon
s in the past 70 years] for the rel1~fnd

w Inv

S4A greW lM~ oeb din
Vl|>a's cigar indutry.

S 6lpley has just been favored by
00 L N. N with new depot.

Thbe olt;ens of Palmetto Beach
t a recent meeting organized a vol.
Ostor re department, equipped with
bhoe wagon and extinguishers.

0 cityy council of 8t. Augustte
to the establiahmet of
alhr mI to be jointly operated by
HR a county authorities.

s reported that a set of bunco
worWk ln 8It. Agustine, and
q a number of men have talle
ta, their traps. The county odcials
are trying to catch them. but so far
have not been successftl.

James W. Perkins and Zack T.
Belby of DeLand are two orange
rowers who have made nice sums
thi season, the former cleaning up
$8,500 and the latter $6,00. Their
gtves are in fine condition and a bet-
ter crop of oranges are expected next
year. -
The Florida Last Coast Railway
Company has come to the rescue of
the bond trustees In St Augustino and
rendered them the use of a boiler.
The walls of the furnaces at the
pumping station n St. Augustine ar
erunbling and will have to be re-
pared at once.

In the case of the United States vs.
W. 0. Wells, charged with trespas
I aa the public domain In Polk
county, Florida, where Hon. John M.
Chemey, United States attorney, s.
eured a verdict for the Government of
$13,000, and an appeal was taken to
the United States Circuit Court of
Appes, notice is given that the ap-
pdl has failed and that Wells must
pay the United States Government
the $12,000 asesed by the court

The contract has been let to Mr. 0,
R. Bond of Atlanta for the erection
Sof Wauchula's new school bulidlag
and work willbegin at the earliest
pos Ible date. The bitiig will be
oa Georgia brick and will ust $14,000;
eastalanlg fourteen class-rooms and
will be the handsomet school build.
nlg I t South Florldq. The bond

Iiss N. Norton

.S Telin, Sheet Mcres
i Picton Fr ies .

S3hma Ub"u bWK
at or 0 0 nm I


IT fr yUt

By giving you prism
of all kinds.


our Fancy Front

Door, Mantels,

Tile, etc.

We will loe glad to qhow
you or stock.

iK J i CL



Recommended to the People of
At thl season of the year there Is
hardly a man, woman or child ti
Galaneville who does not ned a medl-
clue to purity and enrich the blood,
to Induce an appetite, to promote dl-
gestlon and create strength and we
are afe in saying we have nover ld
anything la our store equal to
the cod liver preparation Vinol for
this purpose.
The reason Viol Is o far superior
to old-f hlaned cod liver oil aad
emulsions s because It It made by a
scientlic. etrantive and concentrating
process from fresh coda' Uver, corn-
blning with peptonate-oflron all the
medicinal, healing and body building
elements'of cod liver oil, but no oil.
As a spring medicine and a body-
builder and strength creator for old
people, delicate children, weak, run-
down persons, and after sickness VI-
nol Is unexcelled, and you know what
you are taking.
Mrs. Rose leaving of Burlington.
Vt., write: "Vinol is the beat spring
medicine 1 have ever uwsd; it creates
an appetite, purifies the blood and
takes away all feeling of lassitude."
We could go on quoting from hun-
dreds of such letters, but simply ask
the people of OGlnesville to try Vinol
this spring on our guarantee to re-
turn m ey if they are not benefited,
-W. M. Johnson, Druggist, Oaneevllle,

voted by the city last fall for this pur-
pose have not yet been sold. but Mr.
Bond in his contract agrees to a-
cept them to pay himself for the ereo
tio of the building.-Wauchula Advo,
Mr. Amos W. Corbett is demonstrat-
lag to the farmers and residents of
this section that the best celery In
the country can be cultivated In St.
Johns county. On his Ellwood farm,
located a few miles from this city,
Mr. Corbett has grown a variety of
prla-winning crops this season, but his
celery crop, which he is now cutting
and selling, Is without doubt the best
that has ever betnt grown anywhere
In this section of the State, If not the
best In Florida. The stars ar e large
and heavy, well bleached, tender and
erisp. Mr. Corbett is meeting a ready
demand for all the celery be can cut
at a fancy price. Next year he wil
put In a much larger acreage.---t.
Augustine Correlondence, Times- n-
One of Aur winter resides. Mr.
Ellis. about a week ago. Just after
dinner, thought he would taste a
castor oil bean. "Just to swe how it
tasted." He ate two. nibbled at three
more, but rpit them out. In an hour
or two brwa a very sick man, as
they are deadly poison. Dr. Chambers
was ghastly summoned sad be could
2ot Saves Is -sont w 1:80 te

set m wat. or three dayr e was
anipw t j, s t. wIt pu smpoms
df pomdanll. He se oa able, up to
this tia to be up m abot part
of t ttuw, and t very weak. It I
strage people wi let thm row
arewd thr premises who they
tnow the mbean are polamsm. We
have had three mch case of polom.
lta.--bt Ost Advoeate.
Lat Friay. by the ordw of Gevr-
or braar W N. mth. a mre
elan te at the nast ter et the ele

dmsela, vw easemted ay b ..
Jas m Wees a The men m lab
pem at Absaf 1: t e'deelckL N m

ia ar- bs a e tasen dr O eS

bo hSw es a thal. derms wure aum
le tbat hd ehi m as hi omew
mu al" me t.. e 1ad a ti4
5b sad a halW. dettin wl tlim

be had ed tpoper retmes wth
ba mer- .-g-th he mbw
***l wweevas klslc-b" Rnewr 4&
mnued hs rhlc of -te *rie HM
As proved him o be atile are
tm a merl, 1bd be *>*mld to be a -
ooitsey devoi o fad r N mN"6
sad la-t as te"% be *e rMsay
to oo s a egu wetlsl or meo
soI" iWA eorsma at He Wa
sift am bs w ad II% bm
Me bild the shriWf a sieww two iWA

em a ww dis0 1 *e a*
lowloaw I-

*t0 NIWS Plt*UtLROss.

A Oe lhtfu el Ms t-Celebration
of a lirhdayk OthOe Notes.
Melrose, March 14.--The ',o\ su-
per given on Friday mIght i .id of
Trinity church was a big s. k'n. st 'o-
cally as well as thnanall).
The town hall had bee \n ry pr t
tily decorated by Mrs.'Walitr ndut
Mrs Treadw*el, aided by i inll:UK
band of volunteers. Nm merous ilas
and waving plumes of Japall'-c himi-
boo ornameted the walls. A loInK
table wa set down thb Iliddle of the
hall and on the tableooth w N a a
garland of bamboo brti Intertwhtine
with red ribbon. Three pretty lnimp s
at qual distance we~ eil;armt'd hyv
six red bells swinging hom tht.e cell-
"Frlends In need are fri ,ts in-.
deed,'* Is a true saying.' and in thli
case well tulfiled. foe the birl0. big
ani little, responded most gtKnrowud.y
to the appeal for help. atrl d ildoin
ha been een such a beautiulll dit-
play of boxes. They wore ,a, h Ur e
perfect works of art. showiii g suc th
Individual taste and color M things
and, by the way. the tgrl.' ip.uat.rtr
enjoyed the contents later o,. hi, ling
that the inside was worth of it;
C. P. Huffman most kind\ ::;'t-ion
ed off the boxes, and it isa itnr llet.' to
say. did It In his usual *loi:si'tlt way:
The bidding was lively, anut thl lpro
ceeds amounted to more ftl.i th,,
fund requlrel.
A most hearty vote of thithnksa i
tendered by Trinity church to all the
many helpers for the good catim'.
Mrs. H. sutton presided o,'er the'
coffee table. An enjoyable dance at
the Hainan House .wasu litluged in
later on..
Newly registered at the Iluffman
House are Mr. and Mrs. Cocksu,
lake Nokpakong, N. J., and It. Aj
Warnekeh tlabet,. N. J.
The Huffman Hous hasba joyed a
ery good eason, being w ill filled
with guest ever since the ,),ictil x of
the "Inter season.
Mis Flora Morris gave nan at homo
party o Wednesday night In honor
of her guest Miss M. Owr't0 of At-
lanta. Oa.. and from alt reports It wI n
a very enjoyable affair.
Miss Dorothy Waters. eve-nt h
birthday party wa a deoahtful funo-.
ton. It took the shape of i mtiot tde.
licious lunch served la *m* pavtiliot
of Mr. Hanlyn, on the ashore of the
Melrose Cove. A beautiful birthday
cake. a real work of art in that lino.
came all the way from Unlontown.,
Pa. as a surprise from Hber father,
Re. J. A. Waters. Her friends wish
ber many happy returns of the day.
The machinery of the new bot
wam set il motoo for the first timte
yesterday and worked beautifully.
Mr. and Mrs. If. L Mosle and Miss
J. Moder, of Unalotown. Pa., are the
gets of Mrs. Waters at Ilay View
Cottage fo a few days.

The Keyts S*akery.
The KeyWe Bakhery, T. chafer,
prepritor, l a change of advert e
met Ia this Imsue to wbkub attestlem
Is called, as it egges< how essy
and esavalm It tis to set pyor hot
roa.oMe., fresh every alitht al rppr,
without the r of prsneraC them.
The Keye tas ery eaI of the



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'Ar Patet

dicines Frauds
We are often asked the above
question, and our answer has in-
variably been that no medicine
that gives satisfactory results
could be fraudulent. We could
not afford to sell fraudulent medi-
cines. Our business depends on
pleased customers-in fact any
business does. Therefore, we
would take an enormous risk did
we not fulfil every promise made
our customers. We ate very care-
ful of what we guarantee, and
when we do guarantee an article
we must know it pretty well--
what it contains and how it is
made. We have in mind the Rex-
all line of remedies, Particularly
Reall Mlu-c'Tolne, of which we
are selling larger quantities at this
time of the year. Muctn-Tone is
one article that we can recommends
over our counter and know that
ninety-cight Iwr cent. of its pur-
chasers are going to be benefited
and will return to our store
pleased cuttoivtrts. Mucu-Tone
s1 a iHitivc cture for internal
scrofula or what is commonly
called Catarrh. It is without a
doubt the Iwvtr of all tonks for
any one who is suffering from a
run-down condition, can't work,
feels constantly tired orf ferin
&.. &&. -. _

The United Drm I
Company, mansufac
tunrs of the Remal
Remedies, for whose
preparations we ae
agents in hisf city, make
awo remedies, oe for
each ill. Each one is
especially prepared to
cure one dinwar, and
that only. 'I'h e isan
ag of speclasts. You
don't contract with a
plumber to build your
whole house, do you?
Why should you contract
with one proprietary
medicine to curry al your
OfteltinwM you run
across a tuiilhtig con-
ttactor %ho> ha a rpI.A-
rate plumhinit drpart
ment, hiq own platerilig
deit wnitnl" .i and 1ft on.
all of( whth dovetail to
Setter Iinl build the
ouT h'hii is Just 'what
the t',iutinl l)rug Conm-
pany is d i4n fur yon
in the mniiecac line.
They hiver It down
protit they i anufac-
ture Re all Remenis for
over j,.oA retail drtg-
gits. These drugtfts
are the only Itermdiate

iron inc t ore plramy o serin. profihatha ta d between
symptoms of Catarrh- auch a The United Drug Cor-
toppng of the nose, cold in the P* and the pItir
a or bad cough." CUold he IunCwe ?rul
ar ba cough. Company, of .hkeh we
t must be remembered that Ca- re a member, afford to
tarrh is not confined to the noae make om por medicine
and throat. It usually starts In this lir Des not
there, but it leads more often to o2e el lE
aehious trouble, particularly the weal run it.he m of
l wasting of tuues, as in the cas the o terW m .
f Little Miss Dillon, of Albany. tisat f ye a
S a I letter from her father: laill ra wr sad it
didn't do for what
i 'My little girl had catarrh so we cslma l we nI
adly that the disea bad bgun y ta a of
to at into the cartilage of the IM l
aose. Snufft and struanents Pr f i m sah
failed to do more than give tern. i who
porary relief. I saw the adver. are in d I
tisements of Rexall Mucu-Tone, now the :a 'o
but I could not belive that any- t em W IeJ se
thing taken in the stomach could them W mat that
Cure the sore pnembranes of the we stand hIMh e them
nose. However, I took advanm with our gufpee to
Stag of yur free trial offer and if1td1, S
wy M begat yLir your re mdy thy o
scodrf to direcllon. I want
to a riht here that MucutsTon ye N nsi-
a c y th greatest al ldl
discovery f the times, and a iL r, ,
thank you or the liberal oAr For Comed a -
that nrst induced me to give it a Rase r
tri. Muco. e T ha a cured y Prict seoa
daughter's catr completely
The dIhnC h asr op alp t a
geoa roo l w bmO rth as mwe
a et ba Ap& t thklrnwy % AM&A

odf Em al a WraU S r mI--"

SV --- b -*di --M
; d e^ we W- jn_ W-
la61 P w isi. e pl Wi

J. W. Mloollum & Co., Drugist


and am e swesoW 4l mewm e- saws mawe dewy
sot %a blnd is this sC"M @ Ih w
Obo. dart.seveoaral Iw oa.s Oew pest kawe about Ur. Sdsa&
' psn tsem sd AhWod sno Wi we Is Sm pbedpta. with
ub,. bet OLt a full oma4 shot 5b h b be Mhis arder.
MWd fesrgy, M( dattev hbas grada
IF "bed ttl Ui todaY to Is SOWpisIngTb.O Uble sith'thWillg,..Wvy
5. wise. es4sd so uses .1 us eW mroses Is t t UM Keems .el
brud t" ta i*&two to &0i,4 q '" wu 1e- rwesvd tot the me weopi.


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so SOLi.t- IuaF,,* ed
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am il .0p Vtried
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Tob A

.. mLo ade a brt

a guest of hisb

oha 8. Ned of aH l ., a brief visit to his sii I .
Depauty, rax H to wV

the city Sora l am*
MrDo. sW. Ta. Ieaud et m e .
turty p e t.A9 N bmleft abe ;W
the of h r t. IeT w .w '

Stark, w ahue f- bees ab Mi
visit ta i pear Col. sa8 Mra W.
T. Weks.
Woman love a oits, rrsF oaooq m
Ion. JBrdock Blood BlttOers pi
the blood eltn t"ae l at torne
ruddy, souad'health.
H. M. SherbouB, Capte l W. p. r
ter and Dr. H. L Moutgomery for d
a trlo of Miahop oltlt0eus 8 ft
Oanelville yete.rda.
Mr. and Mrs. Clareue Jone of
Rocky Point and J. Horn of Roek*
Curve section wore amon the vls*,
ors to the county capital yesterday,
Joe ylvester of Hagu was tn the
city yesterday. Mr. Sylvester Is now
located at Tituville, where he is eoa
nected with the Qattle Lumber- Comr
Captain W. 0. She$he and J. B.
SBarnes of dsih pr U were n the
e iy yesterday. The torer Is a pro&s
porous merchant, whle\the latter is
tU et agent for the Atlantic Cotat
Mrs. Radke and Mrs. John Mahan,
of Madison. Wis., who have been la
this ity for the put few weeks. loft
for their home yesterday. Friends
'hope to see them return early nex

Dr. J. H. AJderman has purobased
from Crawford & ILvis a fine horse,
of which he is naturally proud. It is
a beautiful bay, with Due marks, and
the Doctor' friends are kept buay
admiring the salmal.
Miss Lila Prasfer of Alachue the
eofetent priucipal of the Arredordo
school, was I tn e city for a few
boon Busday, leaving In the after-
nooe for her school, where she re-
asaed her duties Monday.
Friends of Col. Wm. D. Wheeler
will regret to learn that he has been
oonsaed to his room for the past few
days, and that the condition of his
health is nonts too, ood. They hope
for an early recovery, however.
Sydney Jaurdlun. hb returned from
MIcmaopy. whl'ru for the past few
days he has b ,n working on the
ehlanllt home of Captain BI. W. Pon.
talue, which will be one ef the moot
oxovenieiat lnu tiait uintlion when omi.
State Altornrr J M1 Hivers left yes
terday for Itnrouiin, where he will at.
teut n M rth"iliitPr tkullili of the circuit

court fur I.' y o.rtunty The cmirt coa- J. A.


d. OWL -IN

Writesto Kin.linlM :.
'aI an tys utfeu" Ye old,but I
wast tetelW O that Lydia L PInk
ham% V's b C Compound a nodr
6ble so' eue d me 0 rnlodi
veistwto ediis aftere.rX
aim had fIile andM Iwag# to
I" ior'ltn b d(a.Lwat

'#' steda. sy. Mt.
me of theW kid who is
as he raise ~imety of
eat, with some to dpare.
Sal the W ocers, have
S* aiI. advertisrmeut In this i-
SHe-to W the attention of our
Ilir elieatted. This in one of the
S/ C o,:vliost relile obIo In the
ti Mrs enjoyed a most remark-
-a is oevide e*teI y the con-
i ,MiMblllf Msl isom with the
I ,M g the city. *
lapl ~9 'o. 3oI. L. ?h, for years
MI .dtiof this .ety, but now of
Mr; W e he Is at the had of
fasper Normal Institute, is
Sji fr. He I es rofte home from
.--ClF, where he went to at-
asseon of the 0rand Lodse,
IftWt t. PythiMs, ad his friends
I- aMi to .e hia aRan.
d 'ORges Alanider, the eminent
Sdivaet who hs been con-
die or W d e CAsChantaittL in this city,
a & olft i*Mdi y for Clia, where he will
myOogI toI" a t rest prio to the openly
bae I of the Ble Conference. Dr. Alex.
SOf nde M r is a preacher of force and elo
1 ITl queoue, ad& his work with the Chau-
yew Ituua 'ha been appreeiated.

SAboou the visitors to this city for
th past few days is Captain H. T.
Predertlk of Jacksonville. Captain
Irrdwerk is prospecting with a view
of loodtUa, and has had under con-
aleratlon the purchase of a four or
fva-bundred-cre tract of hammock
land ser Galnesvillle. ie would be
gladly weleonted to ths section.
Dr. Sempel, the veterinarian who
has been n thiscty the stables
of A. B. Over for the pat few days.
has gone to Leesburl. Dr. Sebnptel
is regarded as one of the finest veterl-
nareians the country, having had
pany years' experience with the Uni-
ted States Government His services
were constantly in demand bere.
Attorney Syd L. Carter and T. W.
Fieldlin have gone to Tallahassee,
where they were called on profession-
al business. The case of J. N. Strob-
bar, plaintif In error, vS. the Stute of
Florida. defendant In error, will be
called for argument Iefore the su-
peteme court today, and the result of
the d9plslou I awaited with counlder-
Iable Interest by both sides.

Bo s f ~ 1OUh tw0 OGeorge & Franclsco, who have been
t1 A assBociated In the fruit and confection-
"- '- - ery blwino as n this city for the past
vaned yesterday, but natsmuch ao as Ieleven mouths, have dissolved. Mr.
docket is aid to be light, will lIt Geoore will oonduct the stores oppo-
only a abort time. tsi the Brown House, and In the
A. M. Cuahman has a change of ad Opera House block, while Mr. Praa-

vertisoent In this teli, In which he
gives a little talk about Insurance.
Mr. Cusbman has been engaged in this
business fbr several years, and repre*
sent rnany of the most reliable of
the "Old Line" omnpanles.
The HrownJenings Hlardwood Com-
pany is offering hickory ashee for
fertiliser, whith they claim is the best.
because of the ufat that It contates
potoas-the seuoine stuff, made here
at ahom-wbhSk qoals the Canaian
hltkory at om4etth the east.

J. Strieklad of HIaue, eon
., I, ....-.... '


Boston Banker Says His Life Has Been Hlope

less fo that Lenth of Time.

OCartto H. Iutehlson,. a leading
S baker ad brok of H store. with
S s-M at S Obagre Stret l toat
e t. has rueuUty eme out with a ver
tesi estat e L
la the wit r dtaesomm ever
Ce--r's new theory ad medttoin
lgr has spread e r the ewatry u
.a-, Mr. Matebteia ase takes the
Ibo them who ear that Oenyr'
1to arrect man hib meditlme ad
= B minim mt saw Seim"an.
Mr. Miethtm's emphatie etate
Me u s fttw: "Aapeow aht*ed
w aein health ad a
Wedg --es-t*l0- am moed by
Ai-- a Wte- MI try tt ma
who oIs very fhooish I
l itael to wrl btteh. I

pL m etas. et
rwhi be sp as Ie hw voa
wal y -r. ar. wm bhe
Ouse so^l dn-f bos aa
alIt Ve e alon
eere f Bl nlb t o
aT e mu cam a=
Carm A.ANA.A ba W m

time I rpeat ovur At.0 with abe.
lately so relief. I flt that It wovi4 at
leto d so hbam to try the medtecta
wbkle I vs hearlag a moch about.
"Dwrl thes egt years I eave
be to red to po withe~t wild tfoo
or e a mdst sweek at at l t I
alwae ad a awr steack was

st-my an the ute a, was always
wI hal e taIn. es pey mletme a
eeww'tielty hUt tasF er the
pmt mh I bw av t had the ealght
e fa ew. tane M tr iU a.I m at
jrtha tewt eaoct wste

a r ad a my sartvenl hsm

I" doMR w n wr i- 1-ifilk
0 sMt bWsa to myr tsa I wotw
s ta1e ada.0 to e hakSf where

eftei r ro M

belso wll retain the Kandy Kitchen
and the store recently opened on
West Union street. The change is
elective today.
Mrs.'W. M. Holloway of Tallahas.
see is in the city, a guest of Mrs. J.
H. Colson. Mrs. Holloway resided in
Gaineaville sevetrl years. prior to the
election of her husband as State Su-
peratendent or Public Inrtruction.
and her numerous friends here are de-
lighted to welcome her again. Mrs.
Holloway is here a a delete from
the Tallahassee W. C. T. U. to the
vettlon of the AntUSaloon league
Asoelation. and will remain for the
Bible Confer,ne.
Jame MartUl and family have re.
turned from Melroee. where Mr.
Martin has been looking after his
grove itarentS for the past few weeks.
lie states that the trees are now In
fill bloom. not having been affected
by the cold of the pat two or three
moat h and that the projects for a
large crop wer never better. I'PV
their retur Mr. and Mrs. Martin
were a)cctmtaled by Mius Racatel
rrrlei of Melrow. who will remain
hare as their esat for a few day.

Cqmed'an Canaels igaementa
Re*.o. N.4 March 16 -n a dis
patch ti1 l pefimer Daniel liwalds.
i this(rr t?. Na C krd4wla. the como
ed*n. awauineethat he has caarwlled
hib farther rNaglreats fwr the yar
oa the stage. a after playja tbm
weeks at CahSIe, wIll ewe to sRo
to give his attestloe to his ialam I*.

And rmnaefme the bat tme you
safer from psIa-eaed by damp
weather-wbou h e r bad mrty
beas Nm ueemnltb-N r Ildaurwe
8tow Liame-tL It wll re w ye A
premeust bdilnem m of He R
uead. Tesa. wrave: I have sed
yow tnliS-emL Pre1 togo sta t I
w" a great susr from ftommitsism
sad orMigst. I am pLhem to ea
tht new I am & et h ftem ee
ptf I am anseI a i d toi earw
WlAt" bMl N W. IK jolew


The Kind Tm you m Abrplway ~ k b
a use for over 80 yeas, as ben ti
and has beu s pd.

4ww Alown Oaetnde to D Tw in.4~~
Al Conaterfelts, IXmation ad gr
zerlnats that trifle with and sdI, tl t .
abab Ma ChMldm-e-peien be-I t qn i

Ca6tes its a harUmle substitute r Camto0 mw
gore, Drop anf d Soothit Sraf p. t Is PXle6Is IS
montalau nether Oplm, Morphiue nor Mh NIfwmtle
etaIoe.to Its age*Is its guarantee It detrn- W orr
i alays ev erlshnesm. It cures Diarrlhoe a Wdl W
Cou. It revesm Teething Troubles, we Oar noilpatfo
and Flatulency. It assimltea the Foo. r m the
tomaeh and Bowqls, giving healthy A md Mirl deep
The Childrens P anacea-The Mother's Fred.,


A Beanr the Signature of

The Kid You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
"ma *$"m --O*DO *" c 0 Tee am "a **U*M. __

Use Hickory Ashes



C N'TAIN-S )'(JI-time gemnine skiff, miawle her-
at liumm-ie Iini i ma (-i Ca ian 11 i ckinr~ory Ashaesat one-
_________ t tHr tdwoo df$t.

BOrownJcnios Hardwood Comn~y




protmitt and full It fo-matllon
furnished r rmlIn i land% In
A 1, A C If1 A C 4) U YI
F:. K VO'CYI.E. Nfivia;4or.
Fire. Avvitivnl, Hurvystr%
antill iemuhmity Insurauiwo'
All he ;jouieI.cat A arican o I.-r: 1%
oALVJnrATF-- ,rrCItr' "A
Rr. A L TATr--- CITY I OA Ns$

Ask for lst
Ih-t l~,rilia 1Telephone Co.
-Loqg Distaqce ,!stenl-

A \ny Quantity-Any Time
t all either pbom .



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New Trial DO ft .Pt YWars In the
Chlcago. March'14.-Jobn R. Walch,
Former plrldent of the Chlcbgo Na-
tional bank of thh city, and convicted
of Illegal use of the funds of that 1l
stittlon, was Friday dented a new
trial by Jud*e Anderson of the United
8tate district court and *eotenced
to srve ive years in the federal pes
ItenUary at fort Leavenworth.
As soon as the,eourt had naounced
Ids decilkon refusing to grant a new
trial, the defense entered a
motUa in arrest of J udaent wtk
tey argued for some time. It wu
8aerally tb olht aboot the ooart
-a that they would conume two
or more houn I giving their reeeons
for the grantng of this motion but
Attorney Hart. who presented It. c*.
ed speaking In about thirty minutes.
Judge Anderson then pronptrT over.
ruled the motion and srtenecd the
banker to five yea- In Fort Leaven-
Don't Complain.
If your chest insa and you are n-
able to sleep beluse of a cough, buy
a bottle of Ballard' Horehound Syrup
and you won't have any cough. Get
a bottle now and that couh will not
lut lon. A oure for all pul monay
diseases. Mrs. J-, Galveston. Te.,
writes: "I can't say enough for Bl.
lard's Horebonod Syrup. The rellef It
has give me ls all that is n ceRI r
for me to iay." Iold by W. M. Joba-
Dr. Chin Chen Arrives,
Sa Prtnctsoo, March l.--ARnmg
the arrivals Friday on the Pactle nall
ster.ehip Man hurla was Dr. Chin
Tao Chen, senior secretary to the Chl.
aeqo board of lAance. He ha hbee
deupatched to this country to study
the currency question and will later
pursue similar studies in mrope. Dr.
Chen will proceed at one to WasII
ton. D. C., where he wUl report 6 te
Chlnese legation.
Torturing eczema spreads its burn-
lng saes every day, Doan's Olntmeat
quatkly pe Its spreading. tastantly
remove th Itechip, cures it perfa-
neatly. At any drug store.


in lb4a aSohk4d
SAnmWr eih knoeked et Ir:-
ws a swnalUou to the wire Ilhsa
Fors the eI'litst daysaf tie ral the
k vtcut b ow wa a med for the Jaw,
the tbaple or'ete jugular ve. Stomach
pauh"b ier throwa In to waryr sa
weary the lghter. but If a sedulem aa
had tod aiof theeoM Ihtm that the
not vulnerable spot was the Nio of
the stomah, he'd have kaghd at him
for a-ln4 rmu& Dr. Piere Is teWtaigta
ow.to t -p ubll a parallel at that
t i Ira. the lab et abe naa
out of aS wn u btel we0
NA w-4 N

fu of oditfId- 60l Mtrtioe
Tb7Udm MilS DiaeWry h ba
speelf Un TJ dor upou U *mooM
uarfMd Mad bMew cam esmrk no
mattr wher locit or what stage it
may Lave r"s It Naml Catarrh It
is wevl to eleaa tho pal es with Dr.
Sp'st Cterrh Remedy ie d while t~a
the "Diw ro y esomanUmoal re.
aty. i theo *GoMe Medal Dheov-
ery mr etarrbal diseases, as of the
stmhe, bowels, blder ao other pelvic
orme will I plala to you If o wll
mda aboskiof atrsets from the rit-
tas ow eimenMt mdledl au ltborIM, -,
do rSla In agreidlte a0 eA xzllalM
t Mhr tiver pomportle. It m siled
w ee muetA AddrskDr. V.r PleW
LBulfle, r. Y. Thi bekbletls al the
hmgedlett etering lato or. Pkrme
they soalt noI t of 4lM fI.e J
trl nreAMd gtIrwlM InIl meaG d i

W famfr hi for ll

ttabr( MreNk I.- ar1t01o '.
Holmr, t twest re yeam dif vw
hanged a to AIJthergba rol j
yard Thuraby. Holmes sta d Naa
ey MIller, Ms sweetheart, to 4e
with butoha tarfe. Just be
gotmato the allows Hoales M t
Ite former pWteor Rev. C utes M
ler, of tbe .oamewood-Methodot &
eopWl hobroh: "Pese., for me. o '
a warni to all poag moe to hmu
Sa tho buhell. brd women ud whl

Uver Makes

lol Man

*~7' c~n-' S .' 47 "
0?F1AT A,, NOCK 17,

a~srtw 5lchrist
gma ars burn er

of dli

No faction, machine or rltn- Ibroulht
him out He came oat al i :andll.
date alone and single-haded l1 \%ii
be glad to receive the auplirt of iho
corporations. of the antleorpiratl' ns.
the prohlbltlonist. and the ;Mtl lrohl-
bitlonlats, of the local option i)i t, th,
Christians and the Jews anl of tih
Oentiles, the "Publlans and -ltuners,"
He would even accet the u:uilrt (of
the Pharleees.
The corporations cannot dti .without
the people, aIid the people .annot do
without the rorporatUoas. Neither
should be allowed to opprgs4 thl, other.
Capital is organized Ilabor -hiould or
The lieeise tax law iceii-ingl each
little enterprise should be aminduid In
order that taxation afeold ', .%r more
Article XIX of the.CoBstl'ilon pro.
idee for Local Option. The iualtlifeld
electors (not the Governori approve
or veto constitutional aUsendin,,(nt le
Is not on the "recently ( rirtru'ted
band waxon."
He oommenoed life working In
Quincy, Plorida, at a aalar\ of Il?>
per month, and boarded hlmr elf. HIe
has blmelf been a bar I working.
struggllng man and he okn.. vhat It
means In othMrs. He haa ni'v.r mar.
tried. he has always had ;lliKatilon.
His life has bien s eat n, mre in
thoughtful oonlideratlon of other I'o-
ple than of himself, II feels sure
he will be elected "If h e gts ,noiglh
vote~." lie does not lirorle to tra ls.
off a single office, Ther. Is honor In
belng Oo(ernor. If it I( tainted with
dlihonor he dose not wantt the ,ff ce'

A aby
Should be suniblne tn the home, and
will be it you give It White's ('reru
%ermifuge. the greatet worm medl.
et e ever offered to ntering bu-
manity. This remruly Is beoom-
Sthe peraseat fixture of well
re.alastd bomseolds. A mother,
wit ehlIdre, eta't rt aleeg without
a battle of WhIW Cream TcaVmir
o t b eOOM. i tbe purest d best
medletae that mey can ta. Sold
by W. M. JaouMs.


a t s a vo ofe o
I" s do"eess o

.M, Ve. ---vr- l e--
IW a s


dao OWr crow to W*W as dud"s
to be bM se the I t 4r at ApuWO
IS 1. Ipreemaur a osf t v ma
to G the do O detle rqpal I **b e
g-e 1 a sr Ba I p. es s

To the Vetueu of (at t es--4 Flab.
thIs method of ionaeiu a ig W a d

m .0red. S-ees 1su 4r 'a Meatr
lesets sthr e peer. e'4 e i ato yes
as to abeate I ha.e ekdeaf e
dit e wd.l Seed wtta laprtbwh .
I b* 1 *he bees i grt 5erd I
sig w- f he nte oaliw tow 1 eTa
f(n id it aaftmne tat*




Otr ret to th setMaOr aFr Indigstion, dryapepe, souro
tired stomah, weak stomah, windy stomach, p ffd stomao6h, v
stomach and oatfur of the stomoah. A prompt rollf.

SOLD :BY- a&LL; s


Offce over Gaine ville National
Phone o20.

Mof .m

mIm reUtGG I8Th


DBS. ALDKER3MA A I':.\A:i.;,

DE I T I 14 .
Offee over Dutton & Co s. I nk,
Phone 2S0, Oainesa' lle, Fla.

T. HR .rl.F, JR.,

ATToH.kY i.& Fr.l',A W.

0(AIwSeILL8, 9 FiLOVIna



Pen is Mhbtier

Than a fire-engine when your
i house is oh fire, because it iu-
stantly secures the entire \'lue
of your hofue-that in, wheu
your name Is penned upon a
strong policy for

Fhs Imm

i nsdhe bt of eOampm Wnter awin
GAINE8VILLB. Alachus Oo., IFL A p.m "A"d aaisle m gI b um. How
0"1 In Ipmans fllka. aboutylaow h I U ad Is se ", is
SW -wll l rAe amm I ten r eipt of
FRI)DINAND BAYER, aiBU Irfar oyou.tHllK.
JAIIS~vILS, it A 0A.

Os. sell youra uty piopeny, 0ime
proved 68141 wumprord), phusphs6*1 9" 1
k"101112nd sldtarnf les. lsend himb
a list o wbs yo rferale. f14k The S eswImv mitsui o e9 "

And SolsoItor is n qMty
Rea t ta,, Osv000av lng s1d 4(s..
.rs Presiel. All bwlsw prom, sly
aiietwd sq, o ese on*doILWCI
Dose. O NuO&, foams
.- - .-

&Iachm Cool AbMact Co

ftrv MIL4786 WSW r~L

It ft l am=. ro'
We do an uuveAWeN"atbus
Me6s4 WitA.. A-------
bons~ ~g~'fbo
mrm i



t so alolw, SW.Bt* a

o eII sYUS a mwe m" olBU

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North, 80st, East ad e W t

Through Pullman Servioe on All Train.

Consult the "Purple Folder"

For dletaiceNd inkform tion, chleduloe, framt~u n reer
vtionm, wa yoqr notWe Ticket A'uLt,
or write or Mll on




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h.i wn

i .

Fcl hostt he
I- It 4 -Am of

4 j

hen. only b kponLWd
madf fr Rop W
Grnpe Crm A
of tartar

1 I

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of phasphisdo 41 IM io At
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3bum d 61*4 labut 6B6tb.


Who Hae ep"n"d and What o
Wriq ". ""Pe TOMl In she" ft
Sphs as Tht uuem who Riune iy
ai i slow S*a.
CI.A IL ut. et Alacbua was tradlng
th im dt yYost~a
We a"eo 0 0 gava Jelley at O
11 Blow sadwefe & brie.
S. M.: Ber"mO Wad T. 0, et naN
of Wai weft I ste elty ye.at


No 044litflillattifl.
Itoquires no scalding-olit.

Usopa 11aom ie.

C4l storape in'perft'tion

bi Harware Co.
Wets. ee0"10"Aid Orr*""%s



At "Aa we%"I Uf tintos' ou
lt awlap IPab-v' as \ &a '.
Fo ur IW

Jlow ~ ~ J *ull- b~~~ ~

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Shaw of Alachus
were visitors to Oainesville yoaterday.
ra R Martin of Hawthorn to In
the city on a visit to her sister. Mrs.
Chas. Dirt.
J. D. trtentellow and fBa Davie
have returned from a business trip to
Friends of Mrs. Bchmldt will regret
to lear that she la Indisposed at her
home pa West Liberty street.
W. J. Holly has returned from Mica-
nopy, where he ha been engaged at
his trade of *lating for the past few
resh tomatoes, 60 cents a basket:
eholee strawberries. 80 oents a quart;
eaul)tiwer. 10 and 15 cents. Baund-
er &A Iarle.
has. W. Wells of Alachua, one of
the sbstantal tahners of that sec-
ton, was transacting business In this
.city yesterday.
Preak MclDavd of Monteocha seInt
atNrday with friends In this city.
He reports the farmers busy In his
section Jult now.
Captain J W. Illandlitl crni and-
luI the OulaekvilleC (uards. left ye.
torday for MNianopy onl hullllnem con-
nected with the colnlImly.

Mir. II Ton I.utlchau ajid daughter.
Mrs. I'auline Drew. of arleton. are
In the city. Iue*ts of ttte former's
slstor. Mrs. T. J. Mcuso, Mr.
Mrs Jo,.ph Mlnrh.*ner has returned
to her houe In llrmlnsham, Ala.. at-
tear a pluaiut visit to her daughter,
Mrs. Chat. A Pa'rrloth. in this city.
I Jobs H. lHoly of Arrndoo a waa Is
the eity yesterday. Mr. Holly bha
for ae time bwen upervtsor of the
Arredoadeo school. and has made a
umest etet oIetal.
The W Foretan Missionary
Society te rIrst Methlodiat ebur
will meet this aftefrooa at 3:W t
the tomrerom o the curok. A
full attedaea i dalesire
MIse WItaJfrt Tucker, the charm
tai daughter of L ptaa sad Mrs. &.
C. Tuker. RIeehle. asu smlplst to
this city Saturday. Mis Tucker re
emotly reuend from IDameiloa
wbhe se has beest a1 a tt to rM.


rPbotoaraphy today is an ersomcte
r'-4 aortal oseeslty Ia every coma i
Ky. It maatoebs h memory tad
alecLaUoa of ally UIfe thaoh the
picture it nMake aad wbkh we cMdd
aot Mow do withot. How eltm il re
etM apes wi tat so plmt eaet
of som tted or relate who i me
botewhr %aet sm.tme. nd ed
1te emra bat to tew apes the
mase daof a e deot ha9691er 11
whom lsn6 sea ea al shagb tph
in ah sa tam to beber tas
th at aL Du eamt pmus1

to m at M


IFirt NatilOal

U A soiutcly


S*asW s m NOW. Deays arm
d boot elma Arfal
1I Tooke Is arafted to
o ars fever. oods and lagrippe.

t. "trizppea has returned to his
deW id'l~ Ijr ha after spending
crLB4l k h family oi this city.
*. ~e, t ha brn/mmauacturer
oat IeMp w6 among those who
#StI rsterday In this eit on Wall-

Sam with the Unitod Statea

Thers M otig a good for a omm
t mte Dr- l O. mT V aetrie O
pm, tA a ts r hIos. Raolle asy
ots iiwmy art.
W iv sat sea, m ar y, sad
4 Tfh O fore a tro a o visitors
ftm lKoe"10 to he otasty u

AttWra 1 A. Brford of Ocala
Was i iei city Sawna. He was e
reM to kBra to staad the session
of th drealt oowt
cmaW, BarU ao of Jackonville
spt o ady in ta orty. Mrs. BaUtle
lea has been are tor several days
on a vs to relatives.
Meeadaae W. C. Johnson of Mica-
opy sad Al Hartmao of Paradise
were amoag outof-town ladies who
favored Oalnesvill friMends with a visit
All members of St. Patrick's church
ao req9eated to maet at Mrs. J. W.
McCollum's residence Tuesday even-
nag. Marh 17th. at 1:80 o'clock, to
disonoa bIetnes of tprtance.
Adward Means left yesterday for
Ocala aMd Lakeland. At the latter
pla6 he will joln Jonathan Weeks of
Arcadia, who will return for a visit
to Gailaestve with tr. Means.
; ki dti t aShort Item on Page 6.
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5 Cenb hr Ib

OR SIAL e-Fli-gallon safety gas o
, line can. Apply at SBa olSe.
FOR BAI.E--Corner lot and house of
six rooms. good condition. Box 183.
FOR 8AL -Black record carbon type-
writer ribbes for legal work at
The 8en oSee.

.1. - -
-Transact a General Ban ing Business-
The accounts of firms and individuals received upop the
most favorable terms. Isterk t pa d iprlt.t.

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HOUSE IR RENT-Apply to J. W.
Vidal at drug store.
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HANTED-White lirl or woman'to
wait on invalid lady. Apply Dr. Car-
ter's office Tuesday between 8 and 12.
WANTED, to ren4, by April 1, seven
or eight-room house In good resi-
dence section of Gainesville. Ad-
dress "P," care+ Sun.

locality to represent us: experience
unnecessary; 68 per no. and ex-
penses. Write for particulars. Mon.
Pi&CM ra T U..I UUA-

Iroe .,llT \ U.,I UI- Io,
WANTEI-Men to learn
few weeks required:
work within the reach
can have shop with
waes from $12 to
wonderful demand for
alorie mailed free.
College. Atlanta. Ga.

Moont Ver;on Lodge
No. 20, Knights of Py-
this, maets tonight at
7:30 In their Oastle Hall
over Dottons Bank.
Work in the rank of Knight Visiting
brothers welcome. W. D. DIcrKIoN, C.
C.; D. M. ToMuris, K. of R. & 8


Greud Fleer-lext to Paetob e.
Convaulently heated Yet Pritato


Choice Steaks and Chops, Drip Coffee
Devilled Crabn.

unho. We employ one of the bet "obefs"
the buslaeus-no boy or inexperienoed coo4
Barber trade; The hent equipped ud olMet r u"aursot ,i
best paying thee lt. Itf ou wanterealook4tab rba aA.
i of poor man; 'OOK) WHO KNOW "^ waIMsa. rive us *
ell-- a nytthina the market afford ou eam gt
small capital: here
$20 weekly; We do not promlwe sometblg for notbir.
* barbrrs:; cat- but something for your moeey.
Moler IBarber nJ1"rLAR MRALS. Speel Misns by th.'
wMl. I'laae for ladl es genUtieme sd chi


Enlrsiienes, Laces and White Goods

Owinig to the tact of another shipmient which we received lastt of week we will Con-
tinue" thi. showing all week of March l6th. w W. eeds, Ne twLacKs, N C
rMuIb, will be added to last week's ltW. Wish to v'xtend the invitation to
ALL to oUm thip week, look the Inew creatiois ttver-.-'&lol will lot- in nilttwiq under
any obligation to purchase. We will he only too glad t) hatve you omoe, take
your own time, look then oVle-emorLze our prices alid qualitii.s ra far as you cu.

It Is lk bmin Uud IiwM
I b i hruii, Wlllig ad hmiustm Circdhui
4 smphsThMTNEIs kkem Thmugr
TWi m' s-am0~ go$ hdick, 8 ny 1 rasnable pmm known. THE FIXF .'I uIu' ATTHF WILMI4N
WKT)RE SiALL J Y 3) i Vsl JM 00 m ONLY T t'RU-TWORTIY urIxe d s ll Il s'na at IASV)4 primw. Iait-
N l aliwe to this b Wdm dm1 e r p ew the Wnte plank in ou( WI4114n1M X, 'attpr what the r anh eM
talk, -wr& x y -1 w-1 s sA d eiaWnof muipmtaem. you LDay coo- i I, t' "'I .L-I N rv IRF in t allcoats-
vnii' sl t h pe am as lw--4evvs Ty I.ow r m 1-G&I the .qUalitift Alid 'Ptt?)qltC I pe I )f) p .'hwheue.
Adsortn phu., ''ow e tb sad s"k ,-'' ''h 0-oe eIi' ant d-ou .'lkm -- t, it 1ttot ahli %,.v'ri 1.1)18, an
"MIUM's A~ I btlb wbm r a judge tha- wommrchowlt-w. MENIT at--e alwei i\ i ,,,
Vft be" aJdim. h"lp with w nim, an. will&Ml t .ww vrirktin t"r.. ,t. tv .'4*i., 1 J a.! a, ,'.L. yo
(atblul ad ithful m p s'rnfre Co eUtm l w a k.l (Ii &. .m o*lur4 n r- r ZA'.- 1 t ..,. y*i.a*m J our aitr
mt aml tms^, who "e wi to purfamd that a mr atv.
4" ft ama. IN Web t. ThifThI% ULi ft rW. A bsWi h is .

41:4g1 gad nIoertiiag at E41ging amd Iniertiiia j j-zindlIIsertilig at
14, worth a high m 14-' k- worth Mi luagh as j 1ao highh mm.' 4i'h has 35c
We br im a" the a" 160 *w Me t ia mitrilh'. .%k
6msguiJe W YulV otn etvqaly do w40uP f em ajals. ifo bdYMUL140 ir Ila M Ad
rv jWlf by OPMi0a' am Irsa w s~ th to 4 W hy W bis r" W Il4 R 4 'R T T i 4,1 \ 'Z-- I Jum b o
s & & &am a* i a s*.%V 6s e Itu" I*am with 4r# e E tA.as el 61 -agno a
Ob" 606 ha ia 6 wPIM win 4l0a tIbe 1 "4W uadothe~momu.. 61-1tha".k p.~~a~'

al"S UttU WIh W THE tn so OCIL*
Oro to s U0AI umed as Iow athe law for CoI AoEiI (~lg

Uld su eidStats------
Cpitat Stek PaM l, i100.OW sarsp al rMs, ,000
We shal be pleed to hav your business, and soliet your patrr with tll.
aMurance of giving you prompt and satisactory sere.

Fw hr at mh wi im inr ftitat
.riniliJ l rt r------
J M. MGr pres. P.W. W Hyde, Vic^-m. E;tl.t ,^ Vlw.-P.
H. E. Taylor, Oshier. Lee Graham, A't OMb
Dimtom-Je. M. Graham 0. W. Hyde E. Baird, Le Graham W.
Bpto, py M. Coln, C. Parker, Y. J. Hammond, B. L bicson,
0. D. Weod, H. E. Taylor. ,


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