Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01239
 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 19, 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: VID01239
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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SLead to ShetiA Atffy.
Alexandria. La., March 18.-G4e0
IAdh i a ttouA.o twato II t yjr of age died FhM bbpider Milb
at tb Alexandria a nltarlum Mndt y ,
ver lwic kr ma a result of w.ou allqe to have I I i
.- -, beebooInletld by J. W. Scott, at Ver -
d, Great pariarIll. It was at Alit
Iiage, T.4, bAht relatives ato ars --r
rangentale to send the body to ti
rtends of ryan, Gray, Johnan and parents at Lake Charles, IA. tcott PIoe of the Exp ilt tattered Win.
Chanter Are on Hand to Loek After mnte good hit scpe. dow Iin the Thowe I t Was Heard'
s o T C oole wathe only ma'to kse his for Many Mile-AIl th Dead Were
life in some general bttooUng which oc
SCampaign Ia Opened Early. curred at VYrda. the trouble growlit: Employees.
Denver, (lo., March 18.-4tive ot of friction between bite an, n n Uon nll.l March 1i. .: mn
olltlcal work on behalf of camddates gro aborer* at the wills of the TVyilor were klled -nd from ffte( ,.\ 1r
the nondlnatlon for profent and Riobardson IA# ber company. P oole were iTrio.ly injured at ,,
as presideat before t* astlonal r4 M etmlohy as a pAclil otfictr atl Tuelday nmrlnng In 1 as .. ait
mocratic convention which meb Il the mill and when te met ScoU, Scott t e l'bi. ul S(tatst Puow*r 1 .
ver July 7, has ready bqun.a began to abnue bln. The num wene teen dles rron here.
city. separated, but as 8cott walked awayj 'e xplo~,iln occurred I. : f th.
SHeaquarters have beea intd at he drew a rteolver and tired soverwl ten wheel hoios.
ng hotel and political workers bullet' Into Poole All t e ni.i killed and lJ I.rl ore
on the round looklang after the When employs of the nillsl wentt Iapkiyed In Ihlis bulldiag.
a of the imen thy represet. or an egmin to make tip a special: Thi dead l io (eor ;i \\G Illmu
One campalln for the various. o- train for the purpose of carryil l I'oole Myers, Peter slimult r a I I. un
e* seems to have opened about to Alweanrls, they were fired on by Idntfd.
month earlier th u Istal. nmknown partim. There wab othtri The i)dt r mllh are :-A^4 at
Prminent among thu who have abooU0n0 atout the little town and 4.Coalnlt.
meotionoe4 an connectto with several more lnOurle are reported. ) A the wlindl,vs In the i.,Au were
presidential nomlntlon are W. At the boIptal here it wa found lhaturw b) Ihte rrop of i, expl).
Bryan, of Nebraka; Qeorge Gray, tat the bullet fired into i Pole were alo. Many plato widoa v. re I
Deaware; 8tUyceeant Cban er, f of the "split head variety, brtekltis broke hre.
York, and Governor John A. Up upon triking. Thoy ttTrrblyl The explooon waa hli; for miany
amon. Minaaota. Their friend, mangled young Pole's body and leort mille.
are already re In their l et.er o chance tar him to aurvlve. All avalall! phyaelan f rotn iho
positively that their names will AU is reported quiet at Ve'rl, th e oelilhborir tOwns were sei:t for.
befmoe the convention as aumoe e. authorities h vln the situation well in-
i aber of other candtets ktor t.l he UNITED MINE MOMtER8.
Inatlon are mentioned, but nonB ACTOR HITCHCOCK ACQUITTID. -
them appear to have developed -S-cal Committee Piapalpg Final Re.
gth eoouhb so far to Iake their Chief Witnese Says She Swore False. t To D o4ftitted.
tioa of interest to those who are ly Before Grand Jury. i IndiManapoli, lad., M h I --The
Wally Ia the ape 'New York, March IS.-A sen.-Mittn. s ale committee Of 60 InatolMal con
The attitude of the deelction frnm al developmentocurred Monday in tle version of tUie United Mnll Workers
IDerado Ia atractUia a gret deal of trial of Raymond Htch ueret. Th argmslent l mtade that diaa, when Judge llanchard ordlerol' to prepare a a fal to be sub
tme ic the convenUon Is beang held the acquittal of the 4 ftdant on the unit e to the coaTvIlon which will
ta thia state and more than $100,000 ijatletmet a aiast him growing out lacorporate r eom- edat klem a to the
k to be spet Ino the entertainment of of the cbhaes of lDie Voa Nlafan, a otur to be purpod by the miner
lf delegate fro other tates, the young g4rl. ;under eondiltone oaeMd by the refur.
Ontorado eelat kom houN gou flo i The aetlkh o the justice wa tjukn al of the operatorlof the aealtral cowa
.So coovetison sunlatructed. nr upona otUon of Aselatant Dlitrlct At. petitive district to meot with them
"ia reason It is possible that Colors- torney Osaran after flora W'hlaton,' Il Joat convention prkir to April I.
*4s" delleation will be left ree to vote the prosecuton'sl chie cornaboratina whea the present see glPres.
ir whatever candidate It chooses. ites. ha, d teted ed that the btory Rgpie wAre reeo ivd ftlo the op
abe told before tb*a rand jury wasO wators f lNmola. Ohio, Indlana and
ODCLARED UNCONStITUTIONAL. fale Several other Indlctmenls on W ter4l PemTylvranla to the livita.
ll- Idar charm are stllU pemJ.ln tlos aetnt by the miners asking them
AJtug Sills Not LUkely of Pmage a"alM Hlte'bcock. I to meat here Is joint eotlerene on
by Conres. IL Tr the gir vwaa arrlaigedl I p March 4. None of tbhe operators
Wahlington. ID. C.. March 1 i- li oert on a char-e of perjury anad vw ra4y to ester Into i eonofrenre.
9s prospect for the enactment of any beld I 1$.000 ball for eassm ation. P Iffrrela to Ilt un(t ertain loeal
pibllition bills. giving to a dry elil Ia defiult of ball she was laced up 4eff es.had b een tled.
e0 reulatio of tIterstato shipm |s to the 1'bi -
ef asor poe crowesing the border of ALIMDON t11ACAL @ILL.
Ib state. Is meeeMdldy slim. so far VANt TOr "6 1N1 ----
thise asion of coanir s to n- Previsle Rg'ard ng RairelVd eni
awed- III Health May Cams Admirl To RL May me Cllmlneas.
., A nsbcoinittee of the senate Juti, Oe f Nevy CemnwI Waibtagtoi. Marse Is.-WhIb the
tary commltte decidetd aIalse the Ban rlntela, Oa.. Muarch .-A emaulUe oa La a bel tll re m-i
eJttutioallty of suc tegiklatlhm pee dIjpateh frim A4baap. Cal.. Iw haely imra TuT ay thre waa'
hI a vote of 3 to 2. satora It( mestamas i of as aam ammet y eery project that e prertiost
Md Neitnn To:ed to report he a.. Mmr AW l ra umaaer oef M*l akinl rtled oa M-a 4 o alm,
em bill. Slostoe PrNos, Ra):.r the Atlaaste Set, that sW p to wp boak eitrvalatoe woil4 be elalilamed
iM KaIo tmted aIMat It. Thb ft rivm at e Pu rt as be we i. sUre &oU The Albte loaseit as. W
elamte mees*eet Menday aad will re ,mnW -M_-be- a of l = St ale. meMly ad -andetpal boaed

mHOP POc m9 s u A~ irae l At s W AIee tihe A er i f .eli~em.
Oe- pe armMVtg at one la-tU a MUal II AA" as e
SfimaiA Uw, As Lai 09 by to 2 1-- I daMe f atiaira.ea hb-i W
r OM and Cwlentm. I I sl 1 Msi, nJ. l a n N baBe WulIa, ef Pale
ltlMeea.I Tla.. Ma rt 15. A m enrtos the so l* Mo y a. p el- --d -r nm --essmula t w em asIelel a me te.
Quaem and Cruese railroad w of th pgias melmsewied ebe body '*ee esitita lbnt *a u
et-Ive Moday., ta,,M a es the^ n aagta r t O h o te me1r T7e gg .

Hiet-. p-tylMklt m*s were l. tprs." mI r M u I Iul lui T s r aal ee bei
i ue -t s lm ta M d Iayto ^ * . .e s s e ies DmhtoL sad k~ war 's ar
brusm msi*gn^c We. ot e p^e age, is r arlshi. W

ISO et-. _.. olseas ad mtea t s.Mhe met 11. -
*ot IS OfLO ea rel atk ,e, Nk J ew.

-geW *.r 1 f p e h i re a he 4r* *i

* w3 .usI RsI ~r -.wr -j Q- -
ALUALa manb "S ii l T 4e ,.ol" t O, p ? lefr WboldmGOV.
go e' 'at' l t ee. the ebbi I a**.,wna
56 bnow f the, -4a 01, 40f
be* at as pawka io la. Sos- n an IW

vii ev *7w v-uh a -aw 0
mom wo a* omed li Chobass
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South Carolina Judge a Target for Un
Known Marksman.
Aunusta. ta March ll,-alx-Judgle
0. W. nuchanan, of Winnsbo.m, 8.
C., whose wife la a nice of Benator
B, R. TUImnan, was nmyterloualy shol
and perhbap mortally wmundel Mon.
day while on his way from tolutmhl
to Aiulsta ito attend the betalde ol
a nielc who is Ill here.
Judge ltitlhaunan was stated by )r
open wlndko In 'thee tli) coach of a
Southern tralun Ilihn t itr train pullel
utt of tarm-. lS t The train had
procee'ie l bii a ihorIt ilatance whbti
a hliot aS ltirvkld Ih;,lligh the window
h) an unknown ipar.l. th li hillot Rras
Illi the W triItw hitkhIo a1id unterlnti
tile Judgtl 's rlht 41. pen t rtinll to
tlie hollow. II wm + ciared for on Ihe
train uitll It arrlced l hir', atuil talii't
;)t a private haniiNati r itt Ie' n ituop
t'raliln Ini perfon'lid Il1 Ii n l a
cri Icnl t ondllon.
H as' lp irolnlis'wn In Ilit d.ilefonor
of J!Ieir.u II. 1TIlll ncin ihlc n thlt latte
wasi lild fi r irla l for k llizin l.,ilior N.
(. I niaSIti. ofi the i' C liiirhtt t 1 A te.
Ur. 'liniuIu i tlllh ilth ljuillu.


St. Patrick's Day Was Appropriate.
ly Observed.
Atiinta. Mrliire I. --Tuefsday was
tt. Iatrick' today anal wa u oborrv'd
qiille go'ii'lerilly thr)llighoii the aoin-
'noe nicelnt Maint is sald to hate
dric n the snakee out of Ireland on
Ihl day l'hi ine o, rn St. I'A trl .
on lthe, nnirt of JanUAry this year. droto
the ln),lut'e rs of snake out of (Gor.
i. iw lin hlnm one better.
lie t, lh'ilol, t4te. l0ailltnimam,
lilmh ,r C:rmian, the majority of men
In AtlantA. and Ifr that mailer, the
anMUit .s "r anI "*earla' o' the
grvnfn" dturiti the( day

Meridian 1ank Falls.
Meridian. Mli., Marc Ill f'
SoBithenri tank. an lastltuftnn known
tuhave" b'rn In Iataneli dlirrs, for
nomta ltime, filled to opes Its doore
Monday niorncln. Presldest R. V.
White and c'shler J. ( Rusbhin put.
el a nottee on the dou stattingLhat 14 b
the betwrit of the dpoieltiam IAO
dirtwor had eludedd the bask fur the
betafnt of 'te depoit4we pea4din ar-
ManlmWente to llqueidte the inslts
tion. Tbh bank was easltllasle at
1100o000, sad Cailert Rushln4 Io qtxt.
ed at o nsylng the Ialdlitile will rum
clo*e to 4.0000.

Ciarlty albey Rew" red.
New York. Mareo ll.--Sraar
ealsky. an 0ureMinmM, Of Newark.
Utok II to ive lo the rabbl o r ch
Ity "You *at as welt enjoy yewr
dearcty," be was told by the rabbl.
"I'Me tce dollar to go to the rlarl
ball of the e algfmetkn towigbt. It
will be JMt the m ,e ." klteay wet
o the bail ad befie b strted Or
his stabe saJterrwau be board 1at
Uhe o~me ao his tLeet for the bail
s te me tmhat bed res is a efte
a the*w drn *Mli S0 mea oe PMr
srm. uae hsr i by mIb mesw.

At(he-, (i MIus Ih -- L. Jew.
4e WiUMla .f Mame. a -sear O
tlw ailveretty trw etIe h beeS
b*arde* t(he Rhee-s aelarshL II
DuMtrd ualv.rs~ u ilale4. by Se
lib, ,1 ilsorga.i aM14 Of l-i

Miruy. ,f Melror, d PiS s ,me
maf of Mj4Ktria, 55-lilt iI 5ta90
llr. f re r

hnaaTeo* o"e s ieso mbet.-
b Kalsvg. Ky. a a u th
ee-oess eV- tdo mago*~neP
me~ia shben 10 NOg.MA IfftWbe
1 "ift wo boom, mob se be
go NA*wIr,~W~rLr1 ~


Ferdigucrs Are I. khage a


New Minister of the interior, M. Lop
comni, In Described as "11ee6d,
Thirsty" and Further Reprisals Are
I Fered.
t -i t-l Ii llclWIl d1 (1 Ir tCh.
K tv rt il hi t i'c frme IsalU In.II t.ati
" Ir
That 01kV *-iit 1 ,c11i thcore 16 8011crltuicJ

rit o t r i et: i%:Ill..Iti 1 "',icoas et i~rr1'4
I Moujie) l b1, W1t. Itit hlist it )at gi v
the nun itivi III% th1t1 1 p'fviltmil
to iu cIil -) III_:. tflth 11vel ue
r hail be-iic ."..')I Ile tiq% rtbt*
9 1AWA' 1tc i I rt6 yc'-w cl 111101'1- Of the
Intorlor, niitii l"ii thu rity. .
thoteinto-sill dititccirr illntticlt oll in*C
for446r11 kwil itillld 141141~ il~In
fOrelget )ltctlticar cmii) ~ectwcibate. The
FIreech v'rlisrr l)'mstr,'Us Ic VWapem d
at lort A I'c Icir~.ll r mwtartly and It
Is roIocorlete' tor@ that as American
W-i-,stitprled aelroady wrrivedc t&on

-4A. U(tatt'ci ay* nothing about
IAny 1catimq igrin 09attiucidinof the H~aL
tloln reylvojleloullia* 'wh, have, take
I amvlcc at t w e)atIlato. guaI it ie
giromiwd cbeithaet eowtm inthil l nclet
th ait te' yIlearned over to blam 10
ci1cct. Tie. Premch fotornmeat,
however. will Doy. const neo 11the 4d
live ry of (herases Finals or fIsio am.
rashis, nor f t 9. Iferlst or the Ohert
H alils wte caught asyloam ttil
rii'sch Ihehtimn on uAday.
71 a tr crrut Ih pivtmntM M4. ant
aucte~irirm1%rthe sitgtcot ethas WItN
the liit'l PkAts Over tbh oudtouts.
Tbha ilmiun &trwIdne lb % 1m ue
jIsvolved Are# there to so tqueagesof
1010"0lo Te0 cole pe orim of
a'mce, (alJsncay Chest Mials ned
Presumably tbo 170ll00 1060 Aio, Is
t" pnr.thift oesef foregn sobjewt
asalsas the rapcty of the I ahl

Feret4 Vssels Arrive.
PonrAMPrisce, Hayll, Y man If.-
TV* ferelam ern ebs aveao rrivr d
beon on Brith kImtiabi &amd no
terocag Plll'ew,
119he"missgof the AbloasoiePWfIoaI
Insi f a moron"le to as Povi. The
I* he t iis dage. ?mofty 11M d~f.
oti Is Iermqui .
TIMeiladeaigeble AWA"111111111 111111
barber t a ao'elaek Meeday nI0t OW
aanowlweid bar arrival b6 tchws eo0am
shots. Tlise d6maokltto al that JW
hor ef Cresei d aW mll pe111 to 1P
SPrimen, bat Oslo a" u Wlly M
bto'wd as o s M S th Pe111 40 thd &
11ring was lmwe bt. vue.

Cloborse, te, March 10 Ill
66aM her Ireosiftesew.I"mlawused
two No" antd of ere at nstmd
1.11 the trark, tegin snmplel Seer

lagP (We~k ftG~Yhee The ~
'metweuidcrebi sha~ke up, Sql' ~I
mae'm inr~suelp ~tr- Frma.l
Sqrsl ~ree 6redijele y-3~a

fre Us eagise.

54 Se (t'mcsae a Ilvad, 5ultSS59
-r .4Ure .rehfYsem ot fy ~
aees td tw re l ThIsdyatrq si'
- o +nerugni wueke Slahep. laws.
Uwasbrnar~sl Ri ds Pram.. Ia tue.

.l~r 14 the: (e'fe )b Of~L .5I
A5'9ht~cis dhv 'tee cr m4 sad /
S-- OfI 92k.L~~ *iI 4iwsuiee


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$ awo* atAd"&e.
IWA NA- hr XdbWrr,

so ib -momit armewow a
bw~sss IOf1 sat an Abt
1111111W ft sm thepbu odfUAW

so n" 91" Nowhtin

3hrohom st ;A I t1 1 eereiw V
@0001r 01 000Use1 "eu
In*mft" It Seat d. w "ON"the
so Wus.. w g weo is0*m a aCi
~mnrr bw b m- l161101 d1

m"wa lnkesm at ,,y ,* h.. Pfet vwtiion.

mt'ftenv byS. a evfil md m
hW 10" Mpemsl oft sor dim Uses lea ice
smasommL Ibt IsiM too vt the,
Rom Will do Is dosii u -L w easIs Cold stoup in perfection P .9 DCP._1

-SY7 'rginTe5VS fSWUM .thInpdW d Reeersr, Nine Mnoe.I. U,.
PWW1 m that f t to buw Pmertebt sentih thn.
sIo wm AepsoBMW 8& l r.w- t thn o@LA ( L T. War Ma bet em i *I.
Im Bd of BftIm t p oso be"t WHOP I i Ealseetellslwor to tbo
P od abl OMldo g ood outatesandothratf e
in. AWO W Sao% mm I* a mimi s ISO v wg midb bold te leven.
me be 18"14 1 ta GW l d& *sai" OW &A~kj
ftm, slim ON& AWAN"Wamm"l r~a, Irrt~d
1r1" bva St L. 4LmUa fo be UAp. te
Proi se 1 ofr"0111" w O N Thsthat 40 Nom" ftr t"tkn DIP s staen tAethe
-) tYI "ak ma- nut toavy Im aptto dy ad todao
outso ms "WU 60 4W $010 00110110 911 th0 vlI the- A W Z-fa .. tage. I th eoGrat the meoHlir

bwshteo I W~.~ snairln to hr of drer~a cent bottle.
'slad as y"d'irmed am ft e l 1 bmmefhleWis ees.. t vmat' e "Oftere.ow min e InS"m
j! in dl o f t far ld of U Ismmew Md$g theS IN* Pts lagte dr tis got"

do ~e UIuladi g* o NWb"410ba s he 1Of 5as*pq a uss srcruen ailaM
iande I it dw ags he ussr. Mrl. .Drr a6 ar of otuoWt tIg Dr. a %' aebttslheir relestore.
ftW 110 SO& a shillong nrft P44M to 1la #A MGM $6 ar a" an m"Iemcbent asr Oftie in aw

Ol eema bamd~ o oAok o Glen nIs adorS5 -..... t.P. am Usedege sgsiaveythedby .
N. Johai ton curedaniruf, stopl
__ r ad Img emomy, ml he+- dedqm II c1 moad othersoftealom
ft *"P haem ern goe m bec. rl eIb

WO s a OftoW *n It s A1m.is le thWill bema bowl obIe is.Ba aksteatso.
asumW n Ow ematsOW B~ dirm~m ftmd~m "ad swdn ir his mko vm take to sav* the
e h r e t wo b s f Iheavyr a lurtt duityat.t Ied ta

W" be"a O GM. evysm. WWh*Aeb dm osas"Nesu
the mi ft after b t to edwe a i t hasw tas thee kama aa* t is I Ps ecreand Is offelr td tbo thepel

'~~~6 the expose i th Sutue ba hede a etelmtbftu theSemaesyar. ey Pros ad omt IV thk ese yea".a
pow"aatt haemm& O er W.ad&t ft" Isgt eell. bry -.
8* b" "O* 01 1 III b* 00 Pk %MOM WN osey Mck

-A the peru"dla"spesisa Wegbe lbsa sage. mGrakesthe of. ua
me i to I" ae a ttOr. U.uly twhebre aIt i rKbeis I a ha. 4. Y.. w i seed vt bottle.
"N e o gv 11 0s the Uway.lWOm m076 10 18 m d ul by a rgepre allr uw 5 cst s. hair
IS beesmi MAW ms n lot a delled0 I be a he toe e0 the Is at ar" and m ly. It lhlekl s th
every lay. A-d efttoIa* Saprisesfrse b TOn W. Ieb ar PDr Bt g Pt Spdgt e yeWee.
the # %DO W*bin of do ftw bee bu Patil P@lcts bte. d o not

beadto my g. Bjgaree bWto UK a OPAWNW 4f 'Miao
o mt w n 1 t he U" ith abs lIt i. wass Z"II& c o '. tfoa
was eflkssbs km IeId1 is9 9 4Athe lM o.NT .UIa wHI sa bottle.
The tur rb tbs to 16 of aMeO M 00 O ld -e ldo hew is W arfoti bbeme he e il folgb e
;tt; ~ rsot a Lt W tml.W b Sam" b a I SWM m0ar t" @RIOL

A~emb NINIIA g vm.Onrof U$2 asoth highsp we w*is "W&gesi
lest SM bea &St of AIb k"P "l r 10,1 the heat lat tPr beWran
pubI~tulo that lpbtlma. r~ bumISS (kl ewe va~rIetyr/ har ewmmag purw. vt hlrs. the l
W 055111ftal BW~5 W is Ww46 smadI "mw. Be, mles wre od ofr. isap thbohei.
SesLlof. t hat e be1" 10"W" pmA nWv f 1. Gg Ow t"baa a W"P ofhe "mma. Isft 1lo etay-on
mmtoC bn ada -f e v ru- p oo"f we hve ess is Wash mU Ie s s hut he was
s al b Iofo W I me the pdl ml It." ma Me ched shn la, mo-d
SAf dle 10 Par OW OSC e in i Nb Gewor bt.f t bevald efmas
4Weown ba vi isk at Usi M r. be 5e slb to a beadn tpe "al i uIe laa rmu
906"sg*. A a IdSOW *AUo E I WWm nu the rd O to verm W the rk that he d
co ?w Tes mal e Oe 19 ma w m mb Iposls Poo* t W.mosa has me av e vWm mP do eL
imusamhwevrbe had begi "d -- t vii vIJ ~ u emmp Oblm thuess ml S-S e 1Wewy

tie-a d y ado diftNOW ow* egi to eel. fagUra ahapyhaas b'&ubewa
-~r 'he has a vv4 he-~' ----oII4 br-'
dm m a only do 'rr i' ~~~rlw u woo as s: Wa Oe e" -I- toMe tb cW&M M a

fmaaa s Iatall vEathat eseek.
iet has beaN es te* W-g

rn-A ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~Y r- 114 ~ o.mst cola ~l ewv A)5aIs html. hrue

Mess to~~r rm Me. hie ep~ beet @1 0C I@Y tO It laei aug Take9 LAo trr fYUt itRNI rk .

so Ameb m...we bow* e @w in km0tho poop&& of fliseu I m Ttb Iw4& wnn bu WI PIsy w
Inow" th 2beebe toe s*v. ow. lat 60m o .to an eawr to bes bet ftNto ru IW. GOMTIwe
ed to '-Is 0. 7MAam -I 00 s Sa beA 55j q 8$W I tesn. os6
t~ake chasM he Cgsm6to d toe
b e OWN "ta"b" ev mwpw

TeaP me" he ownC"I N me
A m mt g ", -MI
Cmsesj lPdt


We insi t erwry botuwkfw to call ,P the imprdo lw, 'OEI8of
Sq uar emS examine a tl* stnk Iron" Dc d r=*P,- MO
skin tbit Mn ofed tothe bPrtlstc .Upbbd in Ora --.'
owl qwiuW i, n emu awl bk, ukin the moo cmttabio bWd y ra-m
brlla7T r ,4mii ip no like odw No-call eti Davr bon Ndo--k @o
The !tri MorrW Clair, .it h foot-ms, is O tply perfct.
C9MK IN AN*D E.XAMINE THEM. Several 4ffomt sty"i. m on-
hibitas. I rmhi m wy r N "able. bow word or a w d to


L L Ult ApK 103 Em MEat Masme
he will calcU on yu With mpI. .5 uphols'ary. 4& c ddjl.a uta
-~m ama all n twaia oa


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SAdrif. ht'lplem and hq..
C Ie-" is the average
who %uddonly fin&d. bh
Iatf bseft Of wealth b t a

FIRELt.awta b* T f
furslb"-C( indeturnity. 'IU~

serve will cwtw to 0
resew If Tou 214 la
poliq -N ow.

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WUlKnticrt Citixe of 4ai T(!le
5 me a Sudden Deah.


Man Well-Known Io Thie itlon. Hav-
ing ene for Years Connsted Wth
the Chas laterMt e Prena Re.
spend When Death Was Re- .
Thai ety was throws la a sat o
excitemeat Wedneday aftersoe
when It was learned that W. B. Pria.
d*s wa wellknow ct- ad rad
dent of this city, was fond ded ti
the read near Paradise a short tUm
after noon on that day.
The telephone message eamu to this
olty to the office of The DItto
Phosphate Company, where the d e
ceased was connected with the C. W.
'hase Company as superatendent of
lands, and the news spread rapidly,
:;.u Mr. Prlndle was a man well knlwn
and popular. I
Immediately after receipt of the In.
,rAmtlon, the ambulance, accompan-
i.'d by several veblcles contalaing
friends, went to the scene, 'and fouad
'he lifeless form of Mr. Prindle
stretchedd upon the ground, ia the
middle of the road. his face and ooa-
tfnance as black'as ink, with no trace
of recognition except to 'those who
knew him well.
There is no doul't tha Mr. Prtadle
died of apoplexy, and very sudden.
lie left this city about 10 o'Mock, as
was his custom, to look over the work
of the Chase interests at Prdee.o
asd. arriving at Paradise, he eom
plained of feellnlradly. However. be
reooeedtl. and the next tblhig known
was the report that he bad been found
on the road dead.
The remains were brought to'this
city in the afternoon, and were taken
to the undertakinK parlors of Robt.
McClellan. Funeral will be held at
" o'clock p. m. today. Rev. F. H.
t'labilll of the Holy Trinity Ipiseopal
tiurch offcliating. The interment will
n l the private cemetery.
Mr. Prindle is survived by a wife.
to whom the sympathy of the comr
aminty is exteded.

And remember the next loe you
sufmrfro paln-caused b damp
weather-whem our head nearl
burs t from neuralgi-try DallLrd's
Snow LUnment. It will cure yom. A
prominent busiless- man of H'Fmp
tead, Texas. writes: "I haveued
yomr lUnment. Previous to uhtal It I
was a great sufferer frm rheumatlam
atd% uralgla. I am pleased to my
e l now I am free trom thee com*
plhats r am sure I owe this to your
almet." Sold by W. M. Johnson.

a--mber The bS odmee when you
lat anything the prmitta B
-r- ~

WIth im nay air 5S. ooeeue&Et
ow tw aomv an eeall er'. me.
3g1 ilImyinhewe Y~eMV
A* wsrr ready s Io qsv
WdIao .1~ h b.
.*6090dftift la eo
ofl rnl~rrd rcr

hm !a 0

)br bed-romr, ownwo ub WYe
',m i, dufm ea Ara "
Wr phm

we m s od.

ownerIk town Is

,bwh ver be

It Devoe
ipi% taLke
' odba I I

It Devoee

b ik. d" well
give hms"meighto


Delightful ntertalotment of Woman's
Home Mision Society.
Melrose, Fla.. MSarch JS. -The
Woman's Home Milnion Hociety
of Melroae ought to feel verb
proud indeed of the Igrat success of
their first eutertainniatmt, gxi~vn at the
hoob of Mrs. A. W. ('raig Monday
oniht This beautiful old Houthern
r e, with Its spacious verandas and
e hall leading into numerotu fine
eutertainthg roors, was an Ideal llaee
for Just such a gathering, aid al)
though over a hundred peopl,' were
preant, there was IP)om to sIpar for
many niore.
The varandas were all lghted up
with pretty Japineae lanterns. The
hall had a large Japanese lantern hi
the eater. frma, which festoons of
lovely pnk and groen ribbons reached
to te sides, the walls betin hand-
solmely demrated with palms The
parlor was gay with festoons of red,
white and blue, mingled with the red
and white ot the Confederacy. I rvr
braches of snowy doswood were- ar
ranked against the walls, the other
rooms belin equally artlstlcall) deco.
The fbowlti program was souceas-
full rendered:
PlMao eio-Mlaa 8. Mullln.
Plase soto-MteI Nora Maia.
Short talk-Rev. Itarr.
og-g-Mr. Perd aad Msl iarnett.
Plaso Soba-MUa Mllin.
Ieetatldo-Mlui K. Mlelle.
Paio d4ett-Mias V. Ifshand and
R. Kenaedy.
Readisl -Mr. A J. McQroear.
This was followed by the serving
of delitous ee cream sad cake. aad
Otpi the fa began. Nearly every ot

sysamrton package or box. ready to
rade with their friends. Many
amentao "swal" were made. caelan
eal eajoymnwt asi laughter; the
Anl "swap" very oftm lea irta t
ower with as Apty box. ltl some
pood eKsannea w re made by
so me satrders
AlahIgIr ft was a dIgttbtal al-
ir. mad te enam),itw. aatias of
Ma0. C. R1. HuMd. Miss A W.
CrahI Mai C. MeRae and Miss May
bIreet. ran be angratalated

TaT W. H. Ma. f Mbrou I pow.
ke rawM ,WV. nW ammabe bth&s s.
edI Maurtf 9n9 ilss.a May dIn
edi a ri tf w ,i f a Mnm s. d
S d1i3 a o rd sul nie Ikia O,

904f soV"d4 11111164111

Mr. -e MNrOU S. Ol m m o Ja
wr eu r soe i einr a
tb am mthe m ns oft Mrs 0.

- bla a e err. "
.in- -s b ow-

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Will Set th3 Date.lAto in A',iil
or earlyy an May


M. L. Saunders, BeIrg a Picnic M.in.
Recognize the Impertopje of Hold.
Ilg Ou~ina Early, as They Do Not
laterfere With Other tngs.
a The unialon Stdary ool PW 'lewc,
whito a h always bees hM d in ,early
May, will be changed this I.xr, lh.
canse it has beei generally d e i.itt t
the Unagmoemet of the varl,.."n sl.l
day school that May Ia tIo I,. for
several reoas. The ra It' it, it
keeps the children tok lioa111 t:i l-nI
patlon, and prevents the Seifal'.s o,
families and of aswsocations la i its
who do not desire to ooan11at 1 rI.
union a better opliortunlty I ,, i;k
their dates with impunity.
M. It. Saundprr. who alwo 11 il
fets a deep Intirest In thei 'T.n-
has Informnte Tlhe Sun that t 11 iin
Sunday ichiool pllnliue would i. 1it
earlier this n ear thal ulual ;l1
account. Mr. Saundiers I a I' rl, t('r.

1:111---aiiiil A gNIKKI (44title #I1
seel rud aprelatd tho rem, io--g
Of Wilkilllig lk) IMi~g. 1411d It I% 141--
ly ttirpttjfli his c.'not azd 'i .
that it wan d t h I. itto hold I n ii'
earlier thi. yva 'r. Aumi, te Wick
an a rul( is l :trs% at this! .fl or *~
the year, as;th1wt, rt%4s are R'ti ii. th a
blir iii have Jutst l wguo to ,(mid
in all thl timefo(r it u tls g i i& it,
in the hbe'innnlx it( the spa i lM
Saunderse hn alim c w't ed In cl r .ill'
the vvions Sundio achoibcwl I- rpl, (if
thin fact. with t he' r ilvit u i ii, Ii
han been noI triitilel li chail tit,'
*()It ttxt SUta(11%i,I ', U el ry 1 h1Ilk
th' 0t0', this r hiattio-' 1, %II IhI ho
at the o u S a~ r h(iwd The 11l
uldoubt but that IIho date ill ite
chaunt'd. but N itet* ythiii Is ,i im it,
,tIit- tIinjifromt.n Aliat-it 20tit. Ma% II .,
el'er. whaLeier (late lot fls."l I (it.I..
uoldear heads.' It will Puult II
imeople. ad they are ready and tllling
at any tiahit'
The' reliort of the' decisalt (ir thp
date. as weil pn other Imrteltil IrN. will
Ib' published ik The 1411 1Of 'I all **~ea.

Alice Roiseveltl WVeddaia
Was something to bil ropoidi-4i ill
the annals of blitory. HIlrbtne lisp
been acknowledged the .rpte'st of
Ilter reulatprs. A postiviti oure for
bilious beadachtes, onstipatlim, chills
and fever, and all liver complaints.
J. C. Un1itb. I Uttle Rock. Ark.. writes,
"HerbIme Is the greatest liver makdi
cone bow.. Have used it for years.
It does the work.' Hold by W. M.

LWti yu mi m so"so A4
weddIng oas IWeeamt ittto
mtk tae ma" hadilme"oft adbe
ft oarde1r r allmI ael.u gpe.
siahy. AMYth I am la it.. en hwt
*aour a. rOWsINh. Wpree Bee to'
ati ys u*%CssAt --W b4Vy
eft behow doily, r b,4e 0reed.
f6 bass. paws.f aa piw.
Everydt in is pr. wb.~e14. teathb


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po wr We mraw e
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Spring and Sumi

Lines Ready!

Clothing, Hats



Men, W ai Chdhildren

I Best Values-- -Moderate Prices

Ivlvnm rvr.e% %we wIl mall you a oovv t it skirr r4 f rinbe

(;lOIDS O N AP'1'ROVA'.\L, I'Upon request wa will
Sviii d gtbtiI'4 byI :jly tr-'A. 1 (). I). tljc
to vX1li11tio.li.

Be H. LEVY, BRO. & GOq
StV A SNA16 611011W A-------

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Good Work,

Reasonable Prii

and Pleased Pati

Ca'url.),lwore W~e'igh)t IIvte'Petty.lhiui
(.4)Vlllit-ttior wh)risv lkx-ki,(.Ixltjk yoti
1 111 m tm l mLjirativtOi- v straiiigi'r ltmipoli
.rmuet ic'' i., good tuudt grow K 'ii Inrge

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SDr. G6. S. Wis's saimvie

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All Ituois

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H. P. Dtten,
C. W. Chuee.
J. a Niehele,
J. A. Mahelty,
&. J. Them&s,.
0K. SIretem
W. It. Thomes.
W. S Taysr.
*I rlr

Event in Fwklo'i UJIory to be ii.wItumd
With ImpOAtu Onndetw at

k AwIft Fl*q At is 29 39'0

Loft d Fm & Lon1. A prQi .2,dSO

urckrL rad 0" so" W hte
Lu~d~m~s~u.8piSY FU~dpbVl

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Oil"' IA OO M aS0-'s

I If .M. ucaM&uY ... ... aift 6 M000
.Jws3t L RU n ..............
P.M. P1 .r W? *. Re" sps. aObNo

W. Main smet IL TmTm'inu.


.urn Uw Y S, pulijd worrif m.la p m
saw to a"Y 3Par sE ws us*"ed Stoles,9P
fts, fot $#A 7.516P 04 Nb*SintW6"15"0
werorsro east@ mks Aft Ave wshIdf 1 4

a -lU utwr o lol smua at Ua
amgit. a" 5 3 onto fos5ofidd w

~k~ascr ,spr psbU evsr90d~b
!-, bw S, lits put d ps10=1 so ats
eafLOd puia fre.rtti .1sa k th SO
I I hoOmds, fr t.i a ysan m uw aho
402wroat Il b sa deesme an6so"dome

Gtmn'q~C daulr Iitowdy
W40maW4GolwmAn swersis"W will
41104aof in ptM f h nir2hcg
ONO A ? -

Oorea. doqItngb woNat sed
*,man wlthout &.title. Hett Wways I
vu lucky to ftsualr matters.

dommbihesdm a ew4r& he wll
spea In spit ot the #Or@ CbWW I
41aboiOb~m will. um rb

A man ban Just married a way
he -h ad savd from drowalh=
I weat*44e years eMo. ApparentlyI

neWtor w Prle d 4not attend tSo
Ohio Republcanr onventoom but tdo
SvpeniUom appears to hbae y ttende
TbIm llI th.egames.

Janawry Impoits of $88,00,000;
smarts ot *1M.M000,-tbh
I trSono hbobbaloaw a
!LW Irknit"t to tis a wonder

The election of eator Forakerto
ampbershinbp In the Dom-Aad4Wt
F4k" cob Seems to bewiasiMo. Deead.
Siowvllue owe coons i oad but.

Tbh third termers *t at a Shro
of Roosevelt.. BkA hwe h
y@n. and it Is enough. to how that
Soe attack probably will bo mtarut.
teat aftr 1lo2.

Prweldent Wasf MeXIo, posuTt
ly declines to rM for a sixtbeath
term. but he deean't itwftb a
m ancd sream Ilk* tbo at
American deIlmtet'.

ad a rwoanm' s fon=
after so fmle With polite w empire

Denverhotelrat"s a an got to bo
toereeed eau the Dsomme emlo
wds, lrtberawr%, Iis ego"
ly 6a644 that MWy Dvr hol
V beeprw ishes to be pos"eteakIs
iaa A tan dt Bryn's Owrll"

A eed has "oered U with a
f"P1of FI*V bs TrIhSm -pab.
now at TWOh. Ok O "S at

I ils yya u I 1s be5: Per Weal

Ilk,)W a whole kadry yruan tog '


rPpieces lof Icei (tim S t IS

9II101) wayel pCll~ sa


4 to f t ta" of Iis MeohIA usay
SApr d PLowlar Mchanics Tbe
SvaIMle claPImd fr It are its oI
wmasme plkiY- avali Power rq**
e4& smel qmUty of cualosser watpr
wasomie. aOd Is I o bres.

The shiphtsing stanssary of the
ONd 1w 1901 ho w btat the '10t1d
ka- rnr ks eoAmd I the yetr 6
towtalawea "a nd sips VU$aeto&t.
do sare *beltg sVSA5 %ma. O
Mad comes &rAt wh l.6?3.lRwas.
nearly Erst Ulm as OWA. Ugrma)

barm thr wI"h Mom-ap a I.-
has ItPsO YO--aud sU m-

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We otos' OwHse &*&ndred elie,
wctd fmrany Cas O a' ftCwb dmat05a
sot be crd t by HairsO dsft
TJ. I. CHit & M T COW.i06
WO. th toadergtemed. have bua
J. ('homeY ftr h beMAt I ser. e"d
bdy vv bits Pa Ir besombb ts am
bell',him prctl4M b orshInat
able to e mAt yoblisamla soft
by hsbb &W
Whelesais Drumob TeOW 0
NaOs t rb Ceo m isoa %bow
ally. atOm daly hm e b"*dm
am"atossmi &MeePmtee te pa
bettle bid y @a dreMlt
ftO l SS aby Pb im

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eraJ tesr l t 4
eds of the oeebtywr he alt
met with oe uce t WDas l
Mr. rolks ui t fwa
who always has a ,
and earrlss it *pAf a plo)
he is eayS to en *

Wa thoeh o dad owaO the

mre of M.
the a thqe ite't i.uor ,

SMr.i*t P-f Ivoa erll^- lwi
d- aa vOi, iu a .tr
da WS-def w e attwes o

tomo h he M ht ad mer e m l e

ele there IN. lae sueswhat i th
drift pln a t bet By a Imb
et for ht IThe foT saut M .
ly elmiweus with al n opd cad Il

*Mt mof the to e

bet for th, The irospts f a
uri h Ibe ea.p are good, as
beaWs are tp sad klootia, well
The mea p Psd ito l iskhl are
epeoieoti s ftM lus. The eotche
re "tc, bhe Ais e eto e o
brigito gapitarps.
RaI i badly ,aqeded, bOut/aany of

rW ,to 0 deped ,pon th

as ,4 -- .w.w... .
weepIng 01the ,es~ds4
(One of t0 m9 %atnralr potto

paise, w kept by a od tas. e
spet highly of t espSality ea
ted'byr Mr. asmeoa sa t a hWIs
wift, who d t eieaWythta pose
for his otartalaset. Mr. 91mm

pay ham hadmely la U er
4N0a e oau e at tothe

Mur. Mo states that the Oasrona
Mos atu Mesanopy Is fbM% of tMWv*
tog mea al the UMrns woih Is the
WAt sdea or a the- popeurty oaf
that opelar rt-ort whith has les
bees one of the leading ceoutry ho
tole of the pate.


eoeme eiMh the ame f4 Hloa T.
J. Ap tard. of L O ty, for th

otheat newspaper ens of Pleda, he
has diven ooalderhabe dMe time
aO hIs elated aans, to those
thins that teed to the devrIlopalt
of the State. His reeat m Nhit
the State ar at Tampa o* tse ng.
mare of the uarther *ectu on
the Stew In pat eI gh sme d st
(-owoae eO zxhlbltioa *sold give
he the supasr every mM. Fe.
tllvy, drtag a pablste We of ove
twpaty yearshe has heem'oha -a
uprIght No te ea poltt *a
be-gHe ,st o Mhis. Ho would be
a -im aDe. cad wMud mak at
-w ebr. W t my ba Wotea&

Tho' the ate. apparod ta The
ata.e.s Tr. e Deeert os Ita lav
is of e 6th Inst. Mr. Applsyatrd
to a ma -11 fto Ut at ot
ssd he wold disebers t-he dutie
0t the casetI a har mad atisl
assa.er. e has masy torL de
thrIheet the State who woeld he
ad to se hai eceier the rare

wsat to he lot the Plo~lae.s
... ..~y as mvrea..

4.A IaOM there isto 'the
had at e work some
timsr y a Jerk and is of to
Pg m anO. Orhe ay be so
that he equres the lit-
t* tilln the wr almost cries
asI b, ometimes the new eanl
'ia t touchbe the tips of the
l tot No the dd veteran. HiW
i oordial-not too hard
iM aft, not too (at or too slow.
U ~a diterme oewn in the
it b the two d hoeW6 ah both past
o tbh .ut 014o mo toel m
00,618A the r trot e s ftW

rPt rid that pruel .o lM y e.--
** s.. ssia r se us ..a
how a"pnop".a Mar a,.
t=4l d atrrisets His
ws rememee d o ot ad y

Shis ow, bat by is oOr4l
M And wh9 otp to"ret
thsotae. rmWag. Ool. Bob Davis?
Sig eiojce was Jut as cordial s
thct of the Sifted eO of Od ILmo.
Sti, r was i rfef t. Pat Murpy.
teato TalIerro's ferad, described
th dlrMace, aordina to bhise i
tarprettiM. He oao saM: "Wheo
OoenWor Bloxham shakes your band.
b ma~ea you tfel that be wants you
to his friend. When Bob Davis
ets m and be Impresses me with
the sokane ttrut that be i my
friend." ayt was irce to draw,asch
*, oomelson from two of the most
t ons of Florida. BtUl, it
liea the e te fat that there is a
nl the shak.-Arcadia
Iew. u
The other day a ChMeao man
iMhad otal he to l over ad fut
his hed on a radiator. Someone
mdt het assured h that the IRe
H1 rwi he t ariff ud a
dsrp the pert 1eoo1.

kmuli TAkgm
idaey trouble preyI *nPm the l ai
tCouBaaO an'lleseensamwition; beauty,
vigor *end cb#evfk.
-when the kidney sare
out of order or die,
vilm and cheerul
.Kidney trouble bs
hrome so prevalent
that it is not uncrIm
inon for a chikl to be
born afflicted with
wak kidney. If the
ddr(kateatoootten, f Uthe urine sesl
de Nh,or l, whenu the child reaches an
ge when It should tb able to control the
ps-uaslt it yet o alictedl whs bed-wet-
tilN, td ui ttpon i, the cam of the diff-
clty iU kidney trouble, and the firnt
tep shook be toward* the treatment of
tee im.portatorgans. This unplrsraat
trowhb to dn6 to a dieaaed comfrit%" of
the kidneysand bladder and not to a
babit as mont people suppose.
Wooeue as well as men are mnde miser.
able with kidae0 and bladder trouble,
Md both need the me ttemaedy.
The waut .ad the tmeto effect of
w-p Roet ie seco reaMlld. It ieold
I drgista, It LAfUy
Coet and oeollr
sie botItle. "Yot may
ave a Maple bottle
by Beltl free. aho a -m
paplt telaMg all boat wsasp
din maof eU thmoo end of tee.
wed. to wtil7 Dr. KUme a C.,
WHshmstol. h.Y.. me e ad meitok
tate pper. Dotr makhe say irstake,
bu reamnber the amae, S'yamp.lout,
r. Xauer's Snpoca *o d the a...
d hlaghetoua Y.V..o eve

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Modern Pullman Equipment

TIhe UIAOARD rT RIDA LMITEDI>-tl4 l~ laaa r esealeb d
aMe. 9L AaguwtM ad JrarkAoiU* to New ork va RIhj-- ad
ai aL Dbg Car (a earts a rwt; W *,I Doable Drawia s
w m1f atmo ad m OhtrWvatLo C.ar lers* S- A
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Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
al points South.............. ........ 9:30 am
Returning, arrive Gainesvillo ........ ........ 4:25 p mn
Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 p m
Returning, arrive Gainesville.... ............. 9:30 p

J. Cutler, en. Supt. L E. Berker, Tra Mt'r.



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M- ln I


b thoome6 thaso t WtarScl 6 "aY Mg ran PhraWet End Ar.
tine of the State. igd i r V. Court.
)Much Interest i. being arosow bS TH JUNY PAItO TO AGREoE
the trucka-armS badustry at Ame. *
M Island. near eroandlna. *gh.ter Is Charg With Breaklng
A blic ulbray dbW U atet PerSib at Wan nee,
ltisMUa of Pesta Garb*0 1I be41 1upIam 1 St Pr^ISo 41111tly Could Not
to the public aMd after Aptn ist. eGt ullatelnt bVtls to Convlt. I
The torida T W.thLIOton of Mon.
isU A tawo day cea' lns the0o0b, WiW. %%hich wiU
iss fa me I fto bet p o eeve t tt (irte o i T
Sthe I a, a the def ealat s a ,flt-known
--. o-. h* . y nug a md coasBiyfreniIll the
The Suwan..R. fes of uiv Oak Wet Ndot whre* ke'.his hl ho*e:
Wre feeling very proud o t a* t j ft ut er Mrs. L Hasuwi "The uedo at ooS 1n i tll the ca that they are to have a new amory Si ng & St. blumbua, Ohi, oaft U as uhter, younx white
i. the near futur. . rites M P tbo. h : llama charged with brSl g mrll etler
Sof Lite.* a4a terod roum aer vou a g the pe tofe at Wtnc,, .Fla.. at.
A notable event it the history of gs, headaches ad other annoyia ter bu lg out Ave hois, dltsl*rcd at
ustin was the EButi Boost Club Vptoam. lMy doctor told 1e that 9:30 o'clock laut hit sil the case
banquet. at the New Oekawaha Ho. .L, la ha, Veh le ta rewa lt n ma mnitril.
Iot un, sai ,,u r me,,,nd st.hs
tel, on Monday evening. Ii Th t[ so u ek better, ao I els "The strorngt evideMracs iarnst the
r. ." so n= b;t lO, av4. I We
-- faa # 4T m y owa work. I never orogt defendat, and that U0pon hlch his
The Bradford Lumber Comp sy tolly frleds what Lydia B. Pink larret was based, wa th flrtt that
hah rec ya m' Veoetable C Ampoud did for m shortly after the rO ht> had a
bas recently completed the insta lls.- dsr"l prl" eonsldserablo amount o nal,,uet In his
tion of a box factory In coneconAetlan mM WAiM dr l a ou at o in l
with Its mwmlll, and to one who ha FActs FOR SICK WO' MEN possession. Witneess t.*tinled at
never seen in ooperaton tho pecuflar f e thirty yets di K Pink. te hear l that lth hadll huaetile
machinery necessary for the making ham's VtIale b.mpund, mde vario denomlnstim of small
of boxes, it is toindeed a sight worth fsrn ros^tr andh sb b lle change, as would liely laccululate o in
&.dWh -i-j ,ile'opa lo,;t a postolce. Into blM ,for "our'
The Dad Conty for the year WO b n bflith Slaughter a few da aftr the rob.
1908 closed on Friday night. Tie x-t ohim tlnUnia Ii l W ery. W. J. Loce, potnmntr a
ibit u bee t m osL ton, btal tu erm, It writes,, Wilcox. testiaed that he sel a re.is
hibit has bee the osl priodki ns bi c bkalche, ast har. toem better for slauhter te Solomon
hair for several years, if not the best 4oeaUin w fatulency, *l d n tihl. city. A. J. Shad testluA
in Its history. The quality of the Ondjia~ e or nervous tbe had opened a letter addressd to
products placed on exhibitor was Why don't you try It?? .. 8o...o Shad and atld by R. .
of the bet possible quality, far above g PIk- aLLsA a l. TbhisI to m thI p the Wilcox
those exhibited last yea. rle w o ?r1 0it ra t lSbh tI
me the 5*to o ioeA tm sb tertil tht ruhter.
etS. .u~" .~.,~,L,.s. uasd In rsterin th l.tter.

The rceipts from the colored
Catholic air, wbhh was recently
held In St AugustlUe far er needed all
expectations, amounting to $44.TI.
This fair was itve by the colobt
Catbolicl for the benefit of the alse
ten' eboot. The colored ammbers
of the church were given substantal
assistanceby their white friends.

AUegrg that he has B faledy
taprisoed. Ole Malland. who has
bem res atg t Pensacola for a
short tim, has brought slit aalast
L. Noo*lm sad Thomas Ualek. a
the sum of $N. The latte two
partes caused the arret of Mallad.
maklag afdaTit against hm. and
eausina a warrant to same for hs ar
rest. He was held h Jal for twelve
days, and when he was tried was
oGald Not guilty of the chage brought
agalast ht. He alleges that duftrs
4Ms period be wau unable to
support his family sad that his arrest
s also worklg a hardship agalast
ir, ta that the stman of havita
ben eonared ts jail Iha preveted
him frm securag employmet.

After caslatae altment and -su
sal activity a the pan of th poat
sd grat ueasesa the part of
.i m oter, th twelve Yveard
ta Mnr A. Rtl resiedag t tae
ewemssm *esr oft Pem asmoln, rewra
e0 to his hoe M.e day Yo rnlag th
Seaditg a rmsor that a hbay. mpposeed
to be th ratuede lad. ho tben
tbrw tto the bay at alght.by a
asp ma. This report was reght
te ae police stateas by a ma-er of
Ira ts. but the eale paml b
UNties attis a to it aMS the m10 ar
GOle f spam the etret8 M a wa
Iate tbe rtet, sa. was b --
eime so &W her to bd her
WaW, who oW e 0 sA'me d kt bemw
wOa asego e Thea the eosem be
am artim het seVWe smes = ear
ea hs reSrOmm to hi s m
o s- m rm t tGe bi -h .
S- ftes.d w -

SWMNIS wnmOvr WA&?

m yo o m m me orINS to
waft- thebm saw w
S yr d wbu wow u rsm am of
r we W:Mmw I* w
DOW"*~i toowsmLU

=N me ftomd ec

me -m wLs me
WOW ~a jMlrr a rr

~~~~a sh. ~ m ~ m
fte eMaff
lole t

Citiam of North asheville We"
Stirred to -ome".ot-
The citlaw of good old North
Oal' avlfe, who never think tof tr
h, but who ar always awak to a
good, notable tUs, psms- threoul
the experience of qialte a dage ai
"soeal lnte" on Moday eventu. who
a white man, well kaowv append at
a ortala bse, aad, with words
wbl awold not saelmd jt t place
lI ineB ar a p* 11 100a1. poW
monde to ray a "tbL or two ." ,
It Is statt threatid to kill th
aster of, t leooU et mrke a
bItcehrbop out of ti plaoc P wNaly.
This was something sew l the
poatdis oa e- the ually q"et fa.
Url. the mter of which woe met
hum the "hair of gat hea"-
Rt this white a with white hair
had becom red-beed, sad be was
loteg rs trable viM *latiry.
He dM mt let what ie wau lookta
#fr, a the sa of the bee." It Us
rWdo. -ad Arlmeoit m bahil ma
lht ubar rrool d WIt trpe.I
th m-wMle b e'e.n m4w e r.
Mb. .k- heartul ha- I t a
short ti-e ue v a Mi.c1 ftm
of tto r i A o N m t
m-we who aD18 do P
ide rt do bia n 9

A *f
wM 1e1 bemalto t mdo ms. lA
IVe Ysa gtI et S WNWe rm

ill!'mm mw
, o, = to s* *e W mhe.

mas. ,m, lie d wdo
now. "'. A o bona
* a- of W ... |||Iu
MWOM bas aispAmf

6 mel e pro~ae= Ws4.Io

xaserOtem etl a
to M um-a-.a is owpwm e I"a J
asombeasmisw raw Me a b
wr W. Aib. e m

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W* Ut Ate.. see a -w1-

amer W 0m sHmba W
"ag. TW fy as m p e
or. JAM bs he samis"i

sw.l NoVal *0 ^ sm
ftollo shw ao ~ nw d iee w ip
amo. The sullyto a eas am
i so W eldityr Sthem rage hem

x rw ~ -il m eP a

m" -so uNo
be bW A am gr
"am42MIS k -- -so3 '1
sear *9 m ear

Til e ffdaat predurP4d some
ar, tMtMauY Is bbs hIsbehalf, and
wtl"41 cae m Vasil the jury Its
Ow"06 0wa "fhtt be doubtful.
QIgbe tur)wIN 16l Itwobabllltf
be 44
maytil TH41 MSDICIN1.
Se'etlh *Hyemals ThuB Healing and
be CGre o of a- rrh.
Nature has a i'emne~iwcatavrb. a
oatmeat that Isfar %t Pr than do&
Nlb lb. stomach wit] .redlclac aesi

it Isk the howl" aI basm. GI
MYI wlb medicos. IS,. ar you
heahei fs~ the am"tremoxxe
ar acdi. I toe ur. thrOs and lnng
k$66 All Swhl gs and rector.
11 b6 9 Nbto thvew muo Mbrane.
The %is o femel to V U.acurm-
live 1mtwmaj airbath,.sOw has tho
sarn bubg am aaueaw ffect am
whM thlP IMI feSI of v their
frfM w- healingbabsam.
.' MWO. 0 1vtaoratlg sOwdheal.
begun4 el ad see hbow"Mirakly
wrINCI l~fro amkinh If Iti

a m y ou t hrr
s10 61 11 d nw
ad vM nrefund 11.'

Adwa am*is sPho Kj
ac wotn W" Ow cc soft.w
Mh.W, to -~W

SONs., a oso W"ne SOON"to e
dir Mot NMsysail ol W -
Ow SNAP GMM to Ow a be of
PAU041ow iurntwelve, oindsthbIa00
41howw". t 4001wso ta F
w~a to an Mwhsy b~fe W.16. am
Sk, "INS w rllm rC

wanm eml tow eeu of wiaeo
MW 0101M V Shet "ft Am

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"I was a total wreck,"
Rowley, of Champoeg, Orego
suffered, for 4 years, every n
would be unconscious for 12
did not know that anything
entirely, but Wine of Card
women suffering with painful
dui and be relieved."
It does this by regulation
toning up all the Internal fem
It is a pure, specific, reliable,
a record of 70 years of
success. It has bene-
fited a million others.
Why not you? Try it. **

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Everything first-class. aths free. The trveling man's
retreat. Rates V2.50 and up.

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W.( NOTA IW l'tTAIrl-Otw rniiuwe t duff, id iahm
at hewia-sjool t. ('Vanmeilaon Ithk ry Astw at ne-

5 tent-t-e w et.
e*TNE UM w nil so~I

fo m c ur ISOM Oak IM W 1" to d W

TakiCnA Warna the LAon
ro~ulr brow ~~hML
~u rm.d'Ssl i smithiag 1w (' old" l"taka's~,t u

YK Ha ~ (1 BhIVLe IV
mw d112?7AC'K Palit.. da dw-4die

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JAW" OWIVf"sr. p46
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writes Mrs. B ah
n. '"from pstli I A
nonth. Sometlias
hours at a stretch. I
could stop the pain
ul did. I advise all
I periods to use Car-

g the functions and
nale organs to health.
female remedy, with

mu s, sad e aliea

I $ 1.00 Bo tl
I $1.oo Bottea.

A, 0.1' t A-0

wqgosli rw sd -~ desbwml ,m he
"-." am#am low,

I pt"a -wo, lMIM IC bt*am"
'' nocml W" as IN*t diubWv
MONK and Walasd b4mDXpo
ki "d lepaotd tho w*eckK.
Tk ~ ~ a cm.t 4-Yr ~bti @14..'
st lahlto on of thi eetsub, hlags

u ram Old. mew a apeVmd.
SIepOctW mandboldedby anl Who
aew h is.m. te 1tt t Ia P of
. w. of'r
bunsent cbldena, tslE Of"a.u am
v.vo his. T The ,nIA to*Pbb at
'NOW, Og giuw s* W


d AN 6mAA&,,

W"I" W kW.brought
a~. 1W~~ bI a (~(
d*46~1heus iw IWO hsedd. He wl
I* receive te *peort of the
f the amLeorporaUomsr,
NO ad the atl-robt
*d 0 e a Wepufthiolm the
*0Ub ts saIw d Om the
*168 WMIK the supponrtof

;ewi vaute omuuoe do Without
tad the PeODle& eot do
Abem p"Net theq
b eallwd to eip s th Owother.
Is Orplwuled. labor sboul4 br-

,"s seasetaxlaw a IwIno eamh
se.wwi g@Aid uM be ameed Is,
Sat Unt iat om soub ear smor

AteX13t of th*me Oatw.tulOm r
UmM(*Opt4m. The quiled

So e comedy life'wtorkins In
.4b*W lW4I06k at a salary yti 11
1 00b. I sd hoardd ohist. He
MOVOR bomII a bwd1wwkft.
i~lhL rImsl bee tae hs'wrkis
sS~aggug~M Ad he knows what It
t bothr It bae*er wwar
b has alws bad obUdaleam
Wmbeeupseat mewe In
NOUNMikaof other peO
SU.~ Oem met puos to o rk a

hS~L SS~i lfdJlstaI k ts dwVd

N__ o ao wa nmt th eer
SSW Tt 1 Is oaw I

Sam w"r1'rir~~ Y

nr MA IS b-dl ft
OIUV1. .

oWf tleumou. .1
ftmlas OWNdA

IMAvbwIs ml fti
1U 0uom

om- the Ith, L the preemoe of an
Immleni crowd of relatives and

ledge m eutt Wold and wife of
Tallahase turned home Wednes-
day, after r bei the guests for several
days of Mr. and Mrs.. H. Q'Banuou.
Jtude Wolfe is the newly-lected
Grand Ouatellor of the Knights of
Pythlaq, and his vilt to High Springs
Lodge No. 61 was thelrst in his ofm-
dal capacity. HI popularity In the
X. of P. order was evidenced by his
unanimous eldtono to the highest
oaoe dubrt the recent convention at
St Petersburg.
Mlss Male Mann of Newberry spent
Indar with Mrs. P. P. Wood. Miss
Iaa" as prlniolal of tb4 High
pri u sebool last year. and aid many
friend Ina this pltae.
J. C. La Count an Jae. Day, rep.
rosntatves from the K. of P. lodge.
ad Mrs. 0. W. ICautrlin and Mrs.
P. P. Wood. who reprseted the Py-
tia Baters, have uretwk d from the
omaveUo t St. Poterburg. They
report tht It was a most deilhbtful
occasILo. a much bela done for their

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Deneo Is E xecutlve nremsakoent
on Legislaevs Power.
Wasbh tuo, March s.-WIt
cutos suauana for him. eao
Tillma Monday red a part of his
speoeh Ia the 0 ente, to which he de
oomoed executive eerosecbrat A
leslative power. With this a=p a
uats hbe proceded to deliver o ef
the SMst direct and detuacttery,
4d se ever heard la that

* .

Reelden Burns at Dodglawille.
Douglastille, Ga., March 18.-The
old Strikland bomestead w"e detroy.
e4 by re at s early bhor here Moen
day sporniq. A few houebold foaM
were 'aved, but teeldss this It was
a total Ioea. Bela the heart of
the busneMse wtlon, t i Aire wau da-
gerosa to a lasre m auer of stort but
heol6 workaon the part of the buck.
et brigade prevented further dauige.
The origin of the fire i unkaown.
Sht from Ambu b.
SEvaneviIlo, Ind., March 18.-P. B.
Carter, of Chattanoog, Tenn., and
1. Bi Brry, of Loulatvlle, Ky., two
traveUng sr*men were *hot from am
bush by seroe near Drim, Ky., aad
are eond4 d I& an Iha sMlle hospital
Ia a daaaerous r coditto. There is
Irave doubts a to their recovery.

Bank Robbere Arreted.
I Paso, Tex., Marbh 11.-A tel.e
Iram from Jan A. Creel ms r of
the Banko Minero of tbluahbus, Mou.
lo, to t(4 kcal branub 6f that bank,
rceied bee. o ays that he of'
bers who recerly secured $295.MO
from the bank har been arrtted,
ad that the soleo mosey ha bus
bicated but not yet reovered.




was gives a careful heartg. Notke is hereby gven that after
HiS eeeob ws basud oa bhi rMoou. pubHleatIo hereof oaB~ a week for
Oa Ineatsrtin tih commltte oas our oeeonslve weeks. the understand
Maaoe to Iaqture whether natjonai e4 Ousardan latei to I aM a
beak. of New York are inI t habit e tO o Honorableh CL MaNa. *n-
Sf or a s 0 t ty Judoe of Alaea ancounty, Florida.
ea flmhlag yiI epptal for ats h oMee at (aIinevli Foritda. for
woGStlave O M t t etc. The i*- an order f conlority with action
eluton wa adopted. 31t OGenerl Stattes f Frorttda. to
Mr. YT111m tu ced what be termed S4 the right, tie sd interest of
s "blalgt of the peadulum" fImu, 'lUllam N. Urr, mal r, In and to
Sthe following desrobod lends. situate.
the relia Andrei Jo hao, o wheny I and bela a tho o osty of AIch.
conlgreM auaumed oatrol almost to us, tate of Flordl. town:
the ethelos of, the president from l toj 3 and 4. Mok 40. T'ow of
gItlative IaBoerce to tbe admistura Newberry. as deseQrbed deed record
toeM that followed, which he deciarn~i d o 1pW6 521. aok 41R Records of
vwltnse4d a growth of prwlaevtiala 'Alachau covUtY. fIr da.
win sed a Ir ath t prIdea-t Ir l I 3 Itlkrk 3CI ,tw of Newberry.
po*r. The Apoinutlng Lanur"I N'orthwest quarter of sothweet
and control of the sMwutrve trancB quarter. 8w(t km I, Towsblp SI MotLh.
be aid. over tSe legisla(lite aid in kanue 1 ea.t 1
a leet detare ove'r the Judicial traach. Southwest quarter of northwest
*e of the government ye thebo se qt,u a r. Ct :,% Township S. mth.
-arked f atu" of Ame arked feature cL\f AinCI lU*i All Rthat fractimsal of thet
at this ties. sobouehst quarter the o thwet
"It bs rtake,." *W Mr Tnitimn. quartrr of 8*1.ctei TIowuahp .
"~js t fartyl )*e kr Kr the peodw- south. RaINe IT t tal oft
)am to Is meu4 tw t.e cxtre w to tMe the J A S-W d BMr Ontclat 5I8
.30 sevr by etime.
-- ~.. T 1 eote Tt 4and the
OortbeAs qeArter. ion 10t. Town
Flood Denee Oer. ,s ip t. Mb. Range It meat.
Taomua., Wa'a Mats ii After r The woK half wt lt I. to Sl et
48 broI'rao afpp ermo eie eat a a oN4 25. Town of Newbryt: whtih sM
lular to lhat of Novt ater, l ,! half of saw ke Ag nW)eet hwer.
wa Lmteadla. r eC of the atl i as morale desed OW 19 Im.
I* of the Wbte. eUek, Oek a4 e& tordd wi plI a a & ri'e
Itok 34. Rear"ds Wa Alas m etaty.
PaMeamp rdtersu brvmeld aer T-t n dars
day woh tbh waters nbirh ~ ad te aj kas and eaw a In ftmr the (
rtad gat wty bau too re rmte ote de u bd w I tb n erUt
Reco e trmee SU paioas of t&h s Ist rrt's A4iP a thwn o d
thrzweitee eO4 try t1ee ae that the I M *IM a# WM
eekAv rtsen were iUtal It an1 d 2 thbrWet M to W W.

low" 41)

ID. 40it. I tta u
9 o, F too eusa as I O&a
F. OolN& Wadt, tber~ bore.

WU mth& 0er y r Jhere.
0W~4 wa ftsow amemt my"m here

It VGM *4a flb of rs t1 Ago
,yis~~ h* rat me Msbau be'
135Po. p)e dongth Wse. I as
smrEY otoi~pt tatpres
P" CAa eiiI san alwa ts'I
4 heresaddorrytoleave.0
*) White Itrg.-

goCK-U4-C140g p Oft toabout to
wafthspm" it Attesttla enm'tamat-
em a ot qeeary lg"slalos reon
I INadmi by-** cel" tedwaoa meets
w ww IrP ettve eawl at tne WoIte
Ems. Vb a.arsoa, r
FO usa 1*1isthe -3vsldent. as
ro so #9tebro uabg et for ttr
5 3AM tatrllt. has bees Iacoomita
Mb r rSSIfIm. witht ineof of tbo
=Zudtforth. O moot gartlnovlsal.
ly Owsad s9 wely, but) so mee is
uu ,CominmIIng the p"osct of 0.
e arlut"in .SIU Win the direction of
theIr camera beflf the adiourmnent
at t"s p st ead"ion cornres.
TU oUt4me Is expected to be the pro-
re 68mmlm withtn a few 4wy by Repro.
Isetatlve Hspbur, of Ioa. oI one or
Lmore bills oering the subject. -

'9 WIIIWWJ in ms sas s
U Old Sores wr due to outside inf8aeow, or 9i tilheo* ;Q 1
rety to the diWed esh aroud the. dicer, them at etr and
dImpiclelustawoes d cure thea. t tthe tlobte tis e Q i
ha aunhesithy and dbeased, sad iep Uhe soe a1
ehlbar iginto it the hauparitim and poisons wiah w
Sl3d\ opoomu o ditcolan of the blood mas athe
Mai treOble; the det of t long spells odi
lateral relne of the body, vwich obould pa ojkr
bwa bm 14 ite tsso d bw bed into ther e id.
toma dtary; tIt it domts hotter ow tme pas
L Moo. n, e e t twinm oaoty buat tiedaed.
lu eft. ariv, washes, l^.tSSom, et. t may.esu
& / by. PsuehlC
the sore e be a.W.
g 8. 8.w .oes ewlto tLiy the
S. -trouble, clteau ad aiod
IIILY ViLf m akhes a parent cua .
ad freshens the ehrc ateio of
d aiig unhealthy matter Ito the ple, it cdrrie rich, tIg,
h-hedina blood to the deased parts and in every way asl iuatoral
creuof the ore. Book on Sos sad Ulcers an4 any medical a$e* l sW to
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Retailers and Jobbers in

Staple and Fancy Croceries
Graiq, Gardeq Seed aqd Ftrtilizers



Highest market price paid for Chickens, Eggs and other Produce.

A Complete stock of Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton
Seed Meal and Rye. We handle only the Very Best goods
at Lowest Prices, and guarantee satlefaction always.

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Promi ana full Informsaton r I N REACH
furrJaied regardin land In I r
A L A (II .1 A CO I T 80 TOWNS
Tv Tea Ask for lst
ATTRACT & IMTT COMPANY Uast Florida Telephone Co.
E. E. VOYLE, ManaWrr. -Lon0g Oistal)Ce Sfteni-
Fin-, Avi0ent, Burglary-
anl Indeuity IiranS* DRY BATTERIES
All the prominent Amwrtes and ENjlisb
comolef irepr ssted. Any Quantity-Any Time
E E. VOYLt, E. Fla. or Dell Phone (a eithlerphDae.
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Fire. Life and Accident i-mthe: ,**e*td

Howard. an per deed on page 635.
look 67, Rccurds of Alachua county,
ota AS and 9 tereof. aold to Rich.
ard Jackson, a per deed on paps 617,
of Deed Hook 7T. Reeordd of Alarhua
county. Iowrida.
ot 10s and It thereof. sold to E. Z.
Walker. as per deed on pase 168.
Deed Book ;2. Records of Alachua
county. 'lorida.
LotA 2I and 2S thereof. sold to
Matt Wilsm. as per deed recorded on
pae 6.23. of DoId Book 70, Records of
Alachua county. Florida.
Also. Iot I and 3. Block 40. Village
of Wan ne, according to plat of mine
made by George Tosupsett, civil engi-
neer; lyinx and being In ectk on s
and q, Townhip, 9., oth. Ra t, Pen i
Also. mouth half of northeast quar
ter; south half it nortaweet quarter;i
northwest quarlor of bom1wtast quar. i'rall irf-ngin e who wour
ter. northwest carter of mouth.ast ) o ti.t, ; t il.
quarter. of Se.tlqn 2d. Township 7. O I" l tin*, it in
South. Range 19, e.t.
P lo. fowmrtentno at a pignt 5.;a sLnt -.'tr the tbire Vaue
yamrdsa OU.' of the northw t corner of ,f V illt -t. .
Midway Mil lu mpany's lot runaingnl *otr I)nlu-tat he, we
theme west 1, yar1, thece noeth. ... u
35 yards the ert 31 y.fd.s, th er ot 11r Ilnlle is penned pon a
uemth yards to the potat of betai t, p y
And almr wumm4ctna at a point T I
yards t eL th ethe a t c |e
of M t will N a Olea 4s ha sad r
yrin u Wnre ee-( I r tbew ,, "w
oal th Iet oet I .tardh t .mH r
,t 17 rrtI'. teaMt we 14 yard! ,im.
ahear enrt 17 Ytard to pott of a "b c f wempaxnu. Waelr wd
telrat mI W elndhl aid to i blm Boew
And also. Ltt t. to the Twa ef To 1 h' p- r bY e,' It 4If m e I
I as per pVWt i nthe safe o the ll ac l.&a or ti
t of the Crlek Court a Abehas
Cea ty. Piea4a. Aw 1 n you THWILK.
Th. mne lyg andWg is Se------etI.m
I. Township math. gw nge 14 ego:
and tpos the nar boeds as eta

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tion Amoen WlMhit.
Hecnderon, Ky., Marct 18.--Tb
feeling aglnt negroes ta Wobster
county ha. aglma bes aroused by
news of the dt 6f Jack Barry of
Iukisville la an vutvUIle hospital.
Barry was one of two traveling men
abot by iegroes In ambuscade near
Diso. 'Ky.. Bat'rdyy alSbt, Her
vro McDowell, son ao the man who
stared the trebole, i under arret
for eompilty tn the sbootiUn o t
travel men sad warrants are out
her sorera more.
SDeputy Marshal Chlldr, rbo wua
sbot at Prvldence Is stl an t e but
he eanot remov. His death wtt
endanger the prisoners at ProvidWO
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Advertisements under this bead, not
exceeding nine lines, wll be publish-
ed one time a week la the dally,
and one time a week n the eamt-
weekly, from now until the Democratic
primary on May 19th for $10; after
April let the rate will be $. Cash
must accompany the announcement tI
every Instance.
At the earneas solicitaion of many
friends throughout the county. I an
ounce for the ofice of Sherif of
Alachua county, m9b0et to the motion
of the primary elc If elctd 1
sure the people that I will serve
them faithfully and Impartially.
I hereby announce myself as a can-
didate for the omce of Sheriff of
Alahua county at the eum ing Demo-
atie primary, and solicit the ei.u


fwiley au iho Coughsata
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*A CoM or a o ertyalways
produces mawater ad
rne to e yam M ad thret I-
tead of pas-lg of the stem
rough t dw hr d mld em. For
MOt of mais Uft bowels bIoeI
dri sad hard,"
KCmOedy O LMti Cough tymp
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oe te tsyrtm trough a s opim


vote of al Demoerts at the o-ong
primary. Reetful, J. W. MA.
Mkicaopy, ,. I r. D. No. A.
I respectflly announce myself a
candidate for County CommisIoer

portof the voters. i promise, if elect. from Distrit No. 4. and sout the
ef to dlcharge the duties of the vota of all Democrats. It elected I
offe without fear. favor or partiality, will perform the dutiesof e te oce
to the best of my knowledge. to the best of Tmy ability.
W. O. RICHARDSON. Respectfully,
In fte primary election four yards Micanopy, la. atarh 13, 1908.
ao I made the statement tht I my
friends would give ire the oefe at I hereby announce myself a candid.
that tme. I would not again uk fordate for County Comatostomer from
it. My intentions were pare. and on District No. 5. subject to the action
no account would I have come before of the primary. It elected I will e-
yo. again Uattng your suplor of dearor to tgve the people a fair 4id
my own accord, but many of the beet Impartial service. Respectfully.
men from various sections of Ala-cm I. M. MARTIN.
county have petitoned me by writhng Hawthorn, March 9th, 1908.
and a great many others personally to
stand for th nomination of Sheriff I respectfully announce myself a
In the coming primary, and today I candidate for roe4ectio as County
received an official request from one Commselouer from istrct No. S.
of the mostiowerful moral orgaalis. promising the eme faithful atteton
tos In the country, urgiln me to of the duties of the oafe In the fua-
tand for the noiulnation, .and. id ture as In the putL and solktt the
deference to their wishes. I announce ote, of my (ellow-Democrata Re-
that I wl'l accept the nomination for spectfully, J. P. TOWNSEND).
sheriff of Alacbua county on the plat. -
form and according to the rule of I respectfully announce mlysefI a
Ihe Democratic primary, held May candidate for County iomniulmloer
Ith, and If nominated an', elee0 d I from Distrkt No. .. If ,leclcd I prom.
will perform the duties o the office i to give ta.y flathful atteetilorto
with the same Impartlaliy and Jus- Ia the duties of the oMR* and serve
tiee that 1 bve done r the past. the people to the beet of my ablty.
I. IBNS NNF.LL. I plicit the vote of my felolDewmo
Mareb th. l i crats. Respeesllpoy,
W. r. AVANT.
POR COUNTY JUOOL Island Gro,. latch td. 198.
To My PFries and eIlow-4at)leas: -.- .
aIm a eaidate for Comaty Judgs PFOR M9e ER SCHOOL SOARO.
I ais yo forr vofs. I will I ctf u n ma eualf a
thki eM wIt hot favor ird4ts owrred co aa. --h
anyiee; so pthse rugister. ,my g t aw SecM6N 0t11 4 c .
poul taes am vote for 1 if Md It $bao 1 -0
T41 mly. my e-mtltt w
tham the pst. Yeter ma,
J A C(k -tA&a o put T f ~ rM'ta v
I especially aaMe yartf a mew ra. am ad w b ma m
f or MreteslM e OMetyr t ret t Mt. awy taln1
I e the vetepofaBnDeO W W
at 1the po a may 19th,
i f ome ese I sta W,,INl

wI. Se edan ofr me metohe
of my abiltyWithdtoemie~llb
ofI the sme IN s
s-ssCsty. U. 0. MKor~
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a milee hr r..oflesm as
ofasotw. st eason od
Sbi-, YOMe Iled
Sedo dodoof Shhow"i
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to us-TOfl aM0
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at the a prty.
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IVut sw land tow whvlokMl

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p 01e -4 owl mpwed). pOosploe
wuclIa mod fartm, rAl doed kim
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And SoIlIte a Equity

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JeckMonvllle and New York,
Oailing at OHARLENTON 8. 0., both way.
The rinet Steiain e II the CoutvIS Svlom*
Jlyde eNew England and Southern Lines.
Freight Servie Betwee JACK ON Vl.I.E. BOSTON and
PROVIDUNO, aad All Eastern Points,
Oallns alt Charleston both ways.
douthhhonnd ..........................F. rom lewc' Wharf, Beill
Nthloaud .... ....... roam Foot of wshihlngton at., Jakohmmvllo

Civs St. Johns River Line
kotwewn JACIxONVtILLU ntld "ANWOMP
4topipal at Palatka, Astor, IBere rd (DeLaad),.a d hateriediate Landlai
n S1. Jeu River.
are appuvnted to ail so fulluowa Leave JAtKOhUntvLLI, daily seept
atuidaya, at 8:80 p. am, RetorinFg,. leavn tAIro 4, daily
lexcpt bundays, at I10U1 a. m.

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Leave 3:80 p. m.................. Jack onvlle ... ......... Dw 5:00 a.
Leave 9:00 p. m. ................. Palat ................ Iave 10:00p. m
Leave 3:00 a m.........At.........A r...... .......Lave 4:00 p. .
L eT4 e ... .... ....... .. eresford (Detand) ......... eave 1:00p.ma
Due 9:00 m..................San trdM ................. e 10:00Ia..
Due 10:0 a. m................U.nterprlse........ ....leave 10:o0 aL .
Paeeenger and Ticket OfIfIo 182 WOt Bay trneet JasheIwINIII
H. H. RAYMOND, ilosPresldnut and OGeer Manag*, New York.
H. M. MAYNARD, P. T. M C. HAOwRTY, (. P. A,
Pier 1 N. R. New York. Pl Ier N. R., New Trk.
L 8. SCROBLA, 0. A., r. M. IRONMONORt. A. 0. P. A.
Leeebu. la. Jekaotlmlle, ia.
L. D. JONES, T. r. A., JOHN PBNDRI* T. P. A.,
JackMavillo,. Iri. Jackaervtle. a.
C. P. LOVMLA Agent. Jacksoallev, ia
eraml Ogeo,. Per 34. North Rver. New ToW.

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S Wht Ha Happened- and What Is
Sgbng a Happen TeMd In Shrt Pars
6mphe so THMt He Who Rna May
Reed" it l The Sua.
Take the eblUde to see the Van
Ai Abirs Shew today.
Hal Wood of Ivitast was a bud.
Sea Ttor to ts ly yet rdajr.
SW. b. fgw. hasio to ath"a,
wbhaebe h w/, aImma d o btuaeas.
misl MIolP;ah of Luravite wa Il
the olty ytestday, a g~et of friends,
SDr. L Mont&rwrnr of Mitca py was
Sthe city ye ~ today oa profeImonal
8 O. Hudsn of Juaney. Levy coaun-
ty, a promimet arer ad stockman,
was the t yestir lay.
J. A. MaitUby. the brick manhfao
twre of Capill was looklan after
ho bntrserots I this city yesterday.
Mrs. T. . W llt ha returned from
Wado, wher she ha been ac a visit
to hetr damhter. Mrs. Chas. A. Marks
Mrs. J Ilvuach ha gone to Fort
White, where she was elted ao mea
coant of the tIllue of her father,
Oaptau T. W. l taes.
C.\Rrlalkiy of Jacksmovitle was na
i t ty ytrday. M. r IBrtaklye was
torerly engaged i the manufaetare
of lmber at Grahami
If you contmpl4tte the purtha+ e of
pantL read the eer of The I. J.
S Thqmas o0a wpsay. rare a tsa fur
DeveN' paint, = page 3 of this leme.
41Al vlstlngl iambat of the %V V T
U. are hIvited to Imet the loral W C.
T. U. at their reddtng room iin-
diately after the eIern'ime at thr
'Tabetacle this afteraoam.

F -to 9 s es

JI aem a .148%
ON I"^ tW 0ft" wto,
W bVeo n be w rei e

Iabor ooutrtas for sale at this
odoe; 6c per dosen, pr $ per han.

Plaak' Chill Tonic I guaranteed to
cure bills, fever oolds and lagrippe.
Price 26 cats. ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Jernigln ar
spending a few days In Arher a
guests of rlatives.
T. 11. 1llls bas returned from Jack-
sonville, whete be went to consult
a specialist In regard to his eyes.
There's nothing s good for a sore
throat as Dr. Thomas' Mlectrte Oil.
Cures It In a few hours. Reeves any
pain In any part.
Remember the Great Van Aniburg
Shows will'give two performances In
this eity today-the firet at I and the
second at r p. m.
R. W. Higdon of High Springs, one
of the eadlng merchants of that pro
sreassve town. was t saeotlnl busl-
nese In this city yesterday.
Attorney It. A. Thrasher has return-
ed from Codar Key and Bronson.
where he has been on professional
business for the Ilast two or three
Rev. W. J. ('arirntar for several
years pastor of the Methodist church
In this city but now of Tmpa. is In
In the city, and hbl friends are glad
to nee him.
Dr. C. W. Holmes has opened his
oelew in the aelknight bloch and Is
now prepared t treat all error or
refractlm of Ie eye. lie Suaranteo
perfect satl factkit.
The Great Van Amburg Show are
scheduled to appear In GalneevUle
this afternoon and tonight. It e pr
samed thel the show will be located
on the old ahow grounds on West
MaNt treet N.
W. R. Itochert. had somumlsloeer
for the Cummer Lamber Company.
has take to the "Yall pt o." where
he will look after the latrerts of hil
company for the next few days.
Friends of Mr. Steckert declare that
he was never mor happy than when
it the tall timbtwr" --ut Mr Stlck-
ert d1oMt mnlud hat.
T 1. Farmer, a prominent roal e.
tate dealer nf Samson. Ala. io t t he
rit uou a visit to his dlaMlUhr. Mrsa H
I' FKeh. Mr Farmer expectato retar
ts his houwm' hitay. and will he aM-
'tniepauled b) Mrs. lFatlh ad MWla
Maemo rtch. lie Is well pleased
with t(eiatmvillo. which he dectare it
Ne of the watmi eites t the meaMry.

b tifte Aqv la arul the wny mew.
m* k& W yiW cak's hewed, at4of drawn&
sh& Aau l Iow WWO1v with amprdus 36
iari'o t *kFlo11W thm O ive11s Pwbr
..A64mska. rlking Neehe'k e t.J Mama,
IF ulw tCvem%6 oat wl .wau. mw
cabatk i go and ls wrln 44I Gol kf uw
all IgbVSb r meSt aul ,fIiw cm h k&W
ab.AIm. W&MKS A'IV 0 .

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One of Alsohus County's Oldeet Citl.
sens Passed Away Monday.
Ell Putch. eligty-four years old,
died at the home of Mrs. W. N.
Hlltch, In Santa Fe. at 4 o'clock Mon.
day morning of lagrippe, after an III.
neas of two weeks.
Deceased was born In Statesboro.
IJberty county, Georgia, on June 22,
1li4, and came to Florida when a
young man. He settled at lanta Fe.
and has been on ow arm aosecu-
tlively for fifty-even years.
Decoed was married about l~rt
to Mise Martha Markey. and fourteen
children cala to bless them. but ot
these only tes survive, beina four
daughters and Mal sas. The soas are
J. I. Futch of Mh city, Prof. J. P.
Futch and J. T. Fteh ok Wauchula.
W. D. Futch and R. T. Patch of High
8priugs and I. 8. Futch of Alachua.
bhe daughters, Mrs. W. M. Bltch of
Santa Fr. Mrs. C Stephos and
Mrs. C W Wells of Alacha, and
Mrs. Laura Joaes of Madim. Ga.
The funeral was held Tay Imer-
ing at 11 u6o0sk. sad the wtrenmet
was at New Hope "emetsryRev. W.
C. Foster of Alabehua s Uttlg.
Friend of the family eatead sympa-
thy In this heer of eremaveeit.

A runaway dray bore oause a
great deal of exelteOet yeteray,
when be decided to take a partr'

around the q awe. Sally Maadlag at
the corurr of ita Main ad Lberty
treats. hure the aalal delved to
ltewet thr stock of The 0. Hyd
Contaan, When the horse reached
the pa nfe et hke foot slppd. wrMe
rweltVd in the ali al falHag to the
wal. when be was captured

The aeInelutme FWraltre Compaay
has a chant ad oftvwUrtmet t thit
Ise. to whlth the attetom of owr
readers s case. Smma ti emmt

tort rock r. easy chatra aas sad
mor fardugS T&this Is em of
the mot rIett Gre la thi e 6,aim
ead their -o* alway cae up to
the lstedard.

Terturtag -g lag e ha hera-
g are vy a. ea'e OOmasm
tsair *upa woa -
wras"" as ewm at
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IntertMAi Program carried Out at
Taberne.le Yesterday.
The pmgram of the aedond day of
the' Florida Anti-Saloon League,
which is eing held at the Taber-
nacle, was one of enjoyment, us the
program'as one full of interest to
those who attended.
It s to, be regretted that the entire
Prorma could not be published, but
4Ip Is tw fault of the management,
who posdeed to have the secretary
ftrals presedings. However, we
sugppo both the management and
..t"rN IrFr weary the odd of
the mriaafnd did not feel like coD-
bae to thwpeprLo
TbleI for Wednesday was a
moalAt stins one, and was errid
eat n pleaded. There/iw a hne ad-
drMs i )cIon. J. N. C. to ton, in
thd veO X, who spoke on "State
IASdglation Needed, and Why.9 Mr.
Stoektoe had a fine audience, and held
the closet attention of those who
heard bI.
Today's program will be asu follows:
. 10:00, Devotional Uxercisea-Rev.
W. C. Foster.
1;:1r, National Legislation Needed,
Mad Why-Rev. 0. W. Young, D. D.
, 11:00, field Day, What It Is-Rev.
W. R. Lambert.
.11:15, Should Anti-Saloon Field
Day be HOM In the Churches?-Revs.
J. B. Pruitt and James F. Winnard.
11:45, Address, Agitation and Pub-
ie Sentiment Budlding-Rev. W. J.
2:00, Devotlonal Exercises-Rev. P.
W. Siake.
2:15-ReDorts of Committees.
1:45, Why the Sooth Is Going Dry-
Reov 9. .Roers and J. T. Boone.
3:30. Methods of Liquor Men in
Prohibition Elections-Rev. C. C. Car-
3:45. Relation of the Anti-Saloon
League to 'olitien--Rev. J. R. Carson.
4:00, Recess.
7:80, Devotional Exercises--Rev. H.
M. White.
7:45, The Saloon Before the Courts
-lion. Christopher Matheeon.
8:00, Addres--Gov. N. B. Broward.

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

.. 1,6557.25

..$ 47,603.15

The Gainesville Nlatima! +ak
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Cevealemtly heated Yet lPrhvate
tech Insertion, but no advertise-. Y
meant taken for less than 20 cents. Six
words make a line; no fractional lines, y.S di
every word over each six counting as d I
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must accompany all orders for inser-
tions In tlhi column.
S__1 .1 i _. .... Choice Steaks and Chop,' Drip Coffee
WANTED. Oevilled Crabs.
WA D We employ one of the bst "chef' :n
WANTED, to rent. by April 1, seven the business-no boy or lenerienced .eM

or eight-room house in good resi-
dence section of Gainesville. Ad.
dress "P," care Sun.

Vidal at drug store.

The beat equipped sad oklest restaurant in
the oity. If you want real oookin by a HC.Ar,
oall--anythlog the market affords you oan get
We do not promise somethlar for nothirr.
I but something for your money.
REGULAR MEALS. 8peeoll rates by thie
week. 'lace for ladles. gentlemen and ch!l-

FOSAL -- -
FOR SAEI-Five-gallon safety gaso. miss N
line can. Apply at Sun office.
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FOR SALE--Corner lot and house of NoN ltie B0ooks Statl0oner
six rooms, good condition. Box 3s3. No
""ai*" svi_ Sonvenirs, Sheet Pictres
FOR SALE-Black record carbon type- d Pictre
writer ribbons for legal work at
The Sun orfe.

WANTED--Men to learn barber trade;
few weeks required; best paying
work within the reach of poor man;
can have shop with small capital;
wages from $12 to $20 weekly;
wonderful d*,mand for barhers; cat-
alogue mailed free. Moler Barber
College. Atlanta. Ga.



b East Liberty SiWl


Dlvrd i rm for &Sper
Thern' i no e, xciep for mayngr, "I
not kn, o what to have for supjI r
'phon. us and we will deliver to, y. ,'
hlomne Hot Ron lI Hora M aku :,,

Photography today is an economic lieas .very eve'
=ad social necessity in every common.
Ity. It maintains the memory and KETI
alectlons of family life through the Phone 1t5.
picture It makes, and which we could_
not now do without How often Is re
gret expressed that no picture exist SAWYI
of some fried or relative who is no
longer with us! Sometimes, indeed.
the camera has to Intrude upon the
mrbrdneo of the death chamber Itself
wheo rUtivee feel that a photograph
In meh ciremstaune is better than
ae at alL Do .not proeratinate.
Be wit and "rcure the shadow ere CI EC
teo abe m" 6de4 I ----FR)
TYea a gt a piture from locket
to Uhfelse at Ong'r a t-u. I),' ls*t f,,r Ft
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60 - __

(Gaimeille Lodge No.
0, B P.O E -Meets
"otlghl St :7T o'clock
in Filk' HIur Vin.

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3rd our deposits were............

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RK CGUNI MAPhared to a G ood Hoes* in NEWbeP OUR KILLpMIN In IT8rr Na d.' O~ jq* a 1*406 U&
I and Were Well Received. Kit Mil Will lisito
w'eberry, March Vf.-The High
Aft~ko Aklt h&.springs Minstrel Troupe, under the F&Wa Expbkm Im Pea& 0. W. uwboalih
S r rlk s a b le m an a lipm e n t o f Wm D vid on I N h a ma R oklk 1111114a I S lis m
showed to a large and appreciative amIa lu. I it `
!audience in the Hugf Opera House my VMW toS11111111 ON
SaKER NOW ON THE FIELD Saturday evening. The minstrel was PHYSICIANS SENT TO SCENE to Aln 1Upe ri1bI!A V Ea wo f oE#no4
", B K R S N O O T H E F I L D s r an d s uc c it w a fr o m t h e r i s i ngl o f a a i m I o I 1 1 M 1
the curtain on the opening chorus. ao: ima V11 111
~'N d of Bryar Gray, John on and "San Antoulo,' to the drop of the cur f* t Of t e Exploel aa Mtte aed W i .W f r O W 1P* W hk tom u qI sA Sev
i'Vitseler Are on Hand to Look After't o oe the aIn oh Town fat Wef unny feature Lasoo em hnth*T iwD&dWp wsY o IS Slosed a
fse Are d T Loo Aftr the grand speIcialty "The tIve Cent for Many Mile.s-Al 4e Dead Weft soeofWwaft oW end Purthec UepimuilAn
kof Interests of Their Candidates. 0tib.rW n..A40bot psw
fowpaign Is Opened Early. The Shop." Ibadat
The feature si of the evening we'ro the l AmA "oyee. a ft #A M%* s o w o
(svp. (.blo., March 18. -A tve 1'0Ih a black NIees "Sambo," "orni- Unton, Indl., March S.-u-YVr WM by41k lt rlo M Vft l dx vlu p K "o Farm,
work o,% behalf of candidate es I" ......and "One. wItokept were klIiM and (roul itAte to twety t W j idlO SU W dSI rVaM4 v'Y 3 n Multi IWO &"
I i mo nination, for prardeot n 4 thtm adll t e a ienc oovu lse.d with laughter, were trprou.( ly Injur #d at [:3) o.olok h 0 te g H a Suew s W st pg W _ i 110n
d e nt be fo re th e MAU o 0a l by th vir lud icro u s mong si an d jo ke s. T u esd a y m u ra nin g In f t e o et u t9 b oW0 4e U b e A h I
convention whloh meeb tsn;Thl'' 'Ahit.'%Ne(''s received ndchah l,-; the Unlted States Powdin 0111: 8. traW 3MM It eu mi hnuso it u rtak M IIIOSa te aOk a
July 7, has aUr edy b egun in ildI u.ti for the hieet t k4Iog srveldered te ftw miles frm blhe I I sh s rIu m e b Nhe r usesd ,qsn tiW t4 "Wq ibe w 1
tIA it mnuch effect. 11 0itplosI .ccrre o V, "oboes.
have been rented at willie Hall. tilt, black faced corner ho"OUs --mqA t W witlel e i i m~. 3 sw U-'s pp N
botelW and poll tc a .l 'w orker ) ,di:an, w 'a i i. rec ti ient of lllwh ai l A ll t le 5 o w n k illed 51w itsn th e S ttiWe tb0 e
..'A t t e a ro u n d lo o k in g a fto r th e lil a u ssc I i h i s s p e ci alt y w id b ri \,rl lll i ai iii r e1 t o d W a r e G o o rl e W 1a M w a i b L f a 4 d10 111 0 0 11 111 1111 9 o X v 0 0 1111 r. ft b I
of the men they represent. Paely on 'I'.'ddy IuuI he' coon h *54 ar e Os ( s o4G. WIL e vi hold SW' Won 01 h". ttnd Ni 6. V111, 111 Wf l
cam p a ig n fo r th e v ario us Caon* (' () ,C ool l.'" N l iarim. n and R. o nr ,Ime d o6 ,1 1, 1 o1b1 .U IMrIhp ,
leem s to have opened about W ith t'r sj'o o r t1 ue'r~ of tIp.' com e IW tD upos d. others ofmth e C om e b ilis.e e ii AaIt t a.'4be" '4'.
The p~wdet sille5'ia V te1,+ S t bS a 11API1NS
earlicT than is ausal M anls thaut the au~llionce appreciatrl ued. Coalu m t. --- - eo~
at among those who have The fMurteuzi inkzlt'r- of the troupeAN= te wldw is t UIh hesl tI 11h lS
mentioned in connection with 44 A__& hns''e' u engsl ao ~~S' epo ,P'jej .
W sbateecd by the 1111111111111111110 of lu e WS W o Ilrm r ---wokso q w W V is 11 W .!
ptr gl dental nom nation are W p release t Ait hi our t mkit ai id the nice IV)S M ali A ll 1 0 w oit 's I
of Nebraska; George Gray, 80 MNptW IMi S hh hw eb-e
w are; atuyce eiant C'banl er, Of duriii-ng their stie in the' it. f lm W s o
York, &anM Governor John A.T.%e tar nut
()of Minne xKta. Their friends., -iII& A& guil ISIh l hud ha t Y 0 t v, um.l m I
DEATH OF MR. FUTCH. All available p1 t1111 1e 1a W. 0&a W
already~ here in their Interesl toba
gst U vely th at their nam e twill O e f lboahu C u tU u ts Oldes Citl m. ak soi m o mN ow ,
th e con ve n ti on a s n o m in o n. O ne Of A l Ach u a C o u n ty'. O ld est C it. ..." 1110111111111 11 B i t i l 5 5
of other eatwddates 11r a Ale
a are ment'tlioned, but nrimi El:l F1114-11. i.1011% 1" 1, itii old. ["ti it r lr 4I a CIII?
apear to hiae developed cited al tho k10 te 4 If , M- Ss ale iwmle plait P e s out 4 0 ems. *
enough mw far to mnke, thnr Flut, I, u, sa~t~i Ft- -it I 'i...ock Mouoi owlt Io 111411i00 V 4W1111011 1 11 led
of interest to tiO5:i whu aro eI'o in erimig (i of i wi .' ii z f.r III- M eI., l f be dp, O Eygeg buQ
'Is the race II~ of VIo 'c,* iU Mal S UrIftiSr of *r lbsW~r wnrrY r b'rr.~ i 1 w
~Lube ol the d~rl~avtbs ofm sa th Usitod Wearrr Min'W .dr nM 1 th at sap.'. the: ,
attitud~eof the deelization from ej isf.l%%,L~iSr.te.11.Abom fo, fhw~hin 91111 lllh" f I A041116, Wild IN
is atrac ting a gr e at de l "Of i L o wr it cz. i tuit I meiit, O I t iW N#,A m 4 0 0he 1 I
The argument is Trliad tiat 1 ;" aeli c(moo. ni lI-reile Ihto ,
th e co n ientl ein is h 1 5( h11K h,1 6 1 ata s we t m
state and in ri, t~hn 51116 111o i .ihII llitCi .eil ( tIi ( IL 1 tiit1 Id *~d'---
.inil~~lu hatdl d icet 'el eeri feYjl~jiI iii ceIiu4o Isv~mnMeO
speo4' In the itr'tatl n ia tl t 't f1 1s If bi r Wt yiOm RbW km f f r r u .alo be
a from o'hf-r ate', I Ii60 0!r e1'i1gU.. b q s oe A as "s
Ise l l x t i o n Ne 're, u e i.e W i r av % a z i r t i f rd a t o 11 1e1 .'1 l o w
tIon uninatmictod Fo-

L O it is possible that Coluora
|tletq on will be left freP to ujte
Iipatever candidate it chn.-,1


M iII Not Likely of Passage
t\ by Congren.
'_ 0 D. ('., March 1 --
ft or the enartment of .n
I 1ll1, giving to a dry v ea'
Hi btk ( of toterstate thllri, x
ap"O crossing the horlW'r 'f

childr-n timiet1,, 111-- I-(mt. but of

oauihtcrs nir itwl '% .% mom Tho Afll are
.I i ; 'iito, I I' iI. eI it rof. J r.
1'ultct i id .1 T i I'CCIt fir eel W~r'Iuui
W% 11 j*11(ch :11141 It IT IP11101cfor 1118%
2SIiiag, imiel I S I-'ut( iI)(ofAlachua
l~editerachtit Nr' W. Mt itlitch of
.4Ajiit4Ire, Si. C -i$t* i s ud
%lr4 c W W,1l, (if Alikeh,. asid
%fri. lAiira .hoto s fifMAdliuosi.Ga
'tllhe' frun-l Ae iq held Tueuda) morn
11l1 at II c1c1 and the' iu1ernscet

to jow *w~ b y
~u -mf0Usauw wome, 5
wbeed th a'L s OWNS.~r (y

waem Mofie Sawloba o* dj
Urnr( mkltbt~tb slw gS
l0 Ing~ Lvg br -1 OJ~In~~ I0

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Wk b. exce11Dgy fRica ;~ ametitt '.' 111i eelee'(f.II 144.% f v v p~en. ~ l g 6~
Suslo of cooigre.i r'ke oAalloa"
lrence cf f tie h fauiil n d S) #, %tend hupd
mpolow COIltu* of the Ff r a lrr~ir cnllarrr 4 )I
Itta~leo of the Pe ta h 1' i.i n Intis heeur of ber' em,'tit att I--
InIttee decld t-l al 'n let +OM- avi m fteiii
aDl~lty of such u:a' SBETTER THAN MEDICINE. am PIm g1
otuI re2.'d C ured of Cate a'
Breathe Hyomei's Tonifc Hee ling and book rerseI" W rinM b
Smatos sbe AItoo,
) voted aOJlua t TtCr: lrell~l~
meets next uloray and 'NLI Nrr, ha baa a rrmody for Catarrh a state. inut osaw
' tt eport. trnat'leIJ( ttgat is far Wer thann uje-
Ing the qifroinch Ith m'dirvni nand
W Was UK 64.6mI
It Is tile ho-Allun oils and balaano ut of o m b
toob. Ae Laid Off by t hjj,.wjtjihI' b W, eir'ti the aIA 7yu liks saE 01I"
S1 Creect her.-Ath' r,-xrhIln tb.' wet t"W' pl,, awe. N See
TOM.. )arcb t p-A I ..lbe !vi the' 11W thl'I had lubledig u W. l V. .ldp
of teas boP Ftkra* of i!ii Al caIirbAi grul gu aUI ?"~W- M e I boo
Ind Ctaopiv MUI`03f 4 am ,.A~tjj ilp tjo miurr- iNIus mo mfo r 11be is am
la 0afty 1nvoIrir W 004" '' (I' ftT Iatlike' a Lr-IM
al r or t Clb ar,4 h11 b.' .
hast~l Jus ra ,du!W r. r.- rg *lri aaI.e't't l~r ~s (Rl -A
to mke~ ~O f~lEWW7 Utlrl r" t1 jirlnv .e,'gv t h.4rr ibot I~ '11
;.bIdLO mevm werO jr,,p f gr:. a~u.1 hut iCE tran'Ib a'a
bOp Sm thuh .Pyf, is4 Jutf.'a1'e t' II. Idetlirgi a4 h 1wsb y
,ntL..toheOi the 1.1 1.1- )e0j@ qu0rk tar we r sIsW& "a
to "e aecarearyVIIA LOIS,- -Th

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Jba --Lo C:'h t de'.' .'I e Ii '' te ucliotr b
J ~ ~ 1I Iww-. N wstL :
f, AX a V a
of thiS settn iirJ nid tO i veera tb.kr sHe it YofA -- we. Il~ 1(
of th pr :n Y( it fa;is r~.L The *ee. ur to e
Sr~p KY 9% It i sat be ~ rm~

ft am .mb4et1'Y Flod Dae' Owef.
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w*emrs he ha-iuJ delltat hem

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will~ 'he remu inhe rp

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to GiPesll.whkerw. be re-

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h Galnmvle a ~H
Dhuta DepubfC'k~ty Goaa4 ruzet54 Rle
4s.*i~ ,r Penola prai GMesvllte
P90t ask Idl visnt I~I~a
..#A ~whis* th IDS maSS
uVWot to grestd'h m.The 2
~ puea~ mea moto wtls 06o, 04
'a um. was polepi to be amoag
*Orhm oW Oalemle lodge 1or
voimeN an "sui an
lo the limesof am Mad.
g moot speakwr hs bbrorks
we*eheardwith the gts Intetfrwest.
Hews Tbist
W. e** One X rl D Dolm RSo
*mo oWM ay ase atmtuh tht a.s
0 sd db rh M Catarib Cme.
J. t ummru a o&m Theo, O.
We. thunevuieslued. have know

%0 tateeanm Md al*Maaolfy
O Wisafty out aMr, oblivtloas as s
Whokma)? Dmlma"s Tp1o 0.
*we CsAtchCm Is liks ..is~nm
ow. own dvl am 0sThe bloo" an
*S mfaross of the sat.. ?tl.
NA"OWt Of t ,Price, ta per
botlo, lold by an Iruggsluta.
VOW awn 1* pms fior oe'

The ParmeV Unlen.
The Alackua Ocsty Framers' Un
Uls will meet at ftevovaae church.
-o mlomd h aU ll.. inoth of AlsehJ!
iW, luly, AVU 17, -151. All locals
I oe a county wi pla em a ftal
o We Val wlvl hae w sth a
th 0 a ourSat* Lcture If sotag
Sey wale U r is l tated
e' sad islMd boa basheS
ata pd Ur. 3Moo ted All W
-W&*MI bWANh is sd Smm.
a ow taoo sn that this a
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*a 913 mms wwmrs 1"Wso mt*
= a it, is be asohms.
twe to w" doh omw pea4
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Sand Plsasod Padre
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Carry more weight than the "Ptty, t di i
competitor whose pocket-book you are hi
I am comraatively a stranger among you, bi,:
practice is good and growing larger each day.v


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beft hj^^ mob ^aw fa^*'*

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4 per end aal dllwd 5
-a pw d eat
Redmil Om ahoy Sm lug. qorntlalm,
Phone Order to Auditor Univerity, or efta 4:
on Gmotmds

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new ftqrn hi dam
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~be baI.IeemO ma 61 ame
%bid 6M00Wr MMW ki
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Turt ." eIW two easesi at
mopSV o et"rs Isedy waerm J
modem .Wu* t furiboriwnyems
,OW was fid 0 ow MUNKsam
Jam"e Cardaf tob ea k LdA w
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OInU of Mondai' Night
Ordia n--s Itcro uced.


1 to Gay, They Will Not be Re.
In Future to Make a Deposit
ntee When Bidding for Work.
,er Important Ordinances.
SCouncil met pursuant to ad-
llment of March 6. at 1T):i p. m.
Ir, with President Iroon el, and
rlmem Bunch, Cannon tand Mixson
PDtrala Broonwm movde the, ree-
U1dation of the comlnittlee on
I, reducing the asses.ilmient of
W. Bennett to $500, andt that
*. Carty to $?eI, be ,I'e'lpted.
t Collector he, Instrunctetd to
the change. Motion carried.
0 Mixsonl tIl)m)etd that the'
co lniiittv' be in.truiite'd
in an ordina;uire at.mnliding
ee No. 142, bet-in an irdinanrc'
plumbing, :is to the' $ii)
f t4 to hb deposited. Miteton car-

perIan Bunch mlol)ve]
3:30 P. m. Mcenilay
Ok .Ncarriled.

to adljourn
March 16,

Slonday Night's Session.
* CounLcil itl't I'eprIIi,lit in :i1
t at 7::I", I , \ ith ti i f 1i.-
. pr aent: I're-il. t itIl n,,
Bunch, ('annimn :il \ htl.
Request of the, Ii,:ar'i oef I'ul,!'
to have an ordnlllia:tnc' I:ti' in rI'
the width of -idi ,alk. ,ii
o1Ina street 4outh from Ma;t
street from scv,'ii to -i\ f. t
p motion of Aldle'lriian Ii. ti .i;
to the ordinance oriitiilttt.I'
Sordlnance' dra\\n
41b irman of tih-' I~r.1't (e'illlini,
S hom w;~a r'efeltrr''il ti'' imaIt '
Leighton htlie i; we '-i

N winter no amount
of warm clothing wil
make you safe if your vi-
tality is low. Warmth ridte
is what you must have.

Scott's Emulsion

of Cod Uver Oil supplies
carbonto t he bloodand
tissues and makes you
warm and comfortable all
over. It is a safeguard
against colds and al the
ills that follow them.
Small, easily taken doses
will do it.*

I AU11Dh6b Me. &W$1A&

A l~! 1111.11ilwi tNal oil tlv Iei1 to:1t0 lWith

;1 \ a1 n d.LIlt ha ies.at ,%(It a ost 11(it
to \oe et -(I 12 '-. Mt1tmiO ca rrIei fl( an
I2 !I 'I, ii atviiit llpo inte A I d 'r ti nen
I 2 a ti 1 u1111 I

'I it i a l ('klit, el-ti I ll t Ieo I( I tit
t 1 111':1 ill. to[r ( lithe' :1 1 a.ige that

wifig ittclit.e d telo Samea ndel
'I it~4I :e11t-jeit il N ta3ko'll tI
A lo IM t it il 'tarin le
f. N,1 1 '.I liing ;lit ord I
tII m !,h-a t o 111t.i. similitg of
t r litte k*, ireal %idt-l for by' an
,I iiiL~ct. IlI F'leberuary 15, 1907,
I '. &I tu i e i ll. i it Icli 4)f A lder.
iii ltiitieii ,?. d iii Aldoienmiau
11 ni m i' el II %% th eI, he' nijietiand~
t Ii-i n: hht i~i ltoileC lik 1it sckton~d
L. 101l1 \%at cali"4. auiad Pevery
f!Jl t* \I. e'! a3\1' iMA Ithe iircliiie vic

if- t' t '.rritAe.

No ~I .1_'' 2I t~I

re rt I i 1m o-rm H. to t t- illc u I mm
and reeddktc Iollot l t I cit 'ii !.'''ii '.! V, 1 '1''i ., r1w; i laho tt4.
0 0 be dra'A II prl'jing oitag fl.11' -: 'i iio h t!' -\,t Ihatithe rtile
$mlime lit butter (clictiit'f'n, mi,' it l ae~d
anjd the cioit i:l (IIe'' I ccli.I' I ''' .1i C I

kninan Cangion li~~'li thautIi''."(ti' t Oc' CA 1 011 L, el %'' as them

Sfta e It a ond rIIding by se-
tios, cbseh ctiou belg adopted, af-
ter wboh tki ordinance wwas adopted
as a whole on acontd reading. by mo
tion of Alderman Cannon. Alderman
Vidal moved that the ordinantv, b
enugromed, which motion wa; carried.
Alderman IPunch moved toe dJ:min Fe
iu :il \\' ;nt .day ecerrln : t.1h 1.)
wnirh Itotimoi w a cnrrI.d. Iht


This Enterprising Firm Is Making Big
Run o. Refrigersltor.
Always awake to the opportuulty
and the season, the Itard Hardare
Company, of whom there 1 no arm
enterprislng conctru In the State, has
a new advertlaemeat In this la
sue. in which they tell our readeW of
the various styles of retfrt4irators and
let' chests they offer to those who
v mnt to keep cool during the coming
Aniong others, and which Is really
the- leader. is the "Odorte~n." whihe
carries a guarantee a tar aI artlraag
menlt. worknmau hlp sa wrm tructilo
ln concerned. The "Odrlesa" oam.
hines all the qulttiem Of best re
frrierators, and d eels tia many way
in cotl'nienlce and otbswsle.
The "Odorless" Is 9ot a costly r
frlKxrator, but for those who do not
care to ay its pri e. C ot kr are pro
\ideln which are guamnted the best
for theo Wmoli'y.

This l Werth Remeoqberlng.
Whenever yoa have a iosh or cold.
Just remember that Iolaty' HMoey and
Tar will cr It. Do aB risk por
health by tktag any but the en Ue
It isla a yeIlo pschag. J. W. Mo
Collum A CO.
MarrIag at Traiton.
InfonruatlooG cm- to Ill city of the
marrkia of lDard Wi t sad MMia
Ifor, Mo whl barred at the home of
the bride's preat at Trentos aM
Sunday afttemor.
Mr. IveroUtt a Yaou mana well
known Oad popular to his sectton
while te bride Is a charming y o
lady with Maay friends,

Woma Wovwe a learw. ry comple.-
lon. pudoek lMld tuns pWurlee
the blood, lears the etu. retUora
roddy. am heas,"

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[. ll-( o~ur (tepoitits wort...........
c. 3rJ our tltposits 'were. .-.6.-.-.-.4.-.0.

Net gal iln t deposits ..........


.. 152,567,86

..$ 47,60S.16

I villI Natiemal Blak
--..... W. MiANK, iPe m iMt...-",-

oW ? 4w iNuSm

Dop$ty dol wowTlker TwoOf.
feIOIWIIto famw%&a uwa
#II' M, 00C1-A-Ab- DdUns
Dspty IWO L0. Walker toek two
orlm eIs 5 t, 'omemWad Vd Hall.
both color, to RawA 0 0t, thM I**-
see., Oasks Tvay.
/ James a ya aoloed aMN, was
som td In ,Justles Ilttin costS at
Wlka upas a obrav O gate li agm-
0eSI" rnepenk MAd l oti$ 100as or
three muth 01



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on top r~I
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~W~cT4lHb $9.6
L12 30p)e "lld- ,
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e' te Ice1,( Ethlwen' huIp5"r tsC~kn he mw~ iepml sod o4 dm1
I ".' ep.haap Rjl (Obl tftstbIS. Amy "(k&~iw" b blPsater Wad 00b1W-
p.n 'c it~f ti sar will be, WaOW kk mWd Pueul mestey gofuud W &Ab
r, f rimoetatkmlswin J.p1aissW **P t to gUwI t* Afupuwmo. "am
IeA'eea II14of M4ore. WWSS amSe an. aihMl 519 omb *Ns. w amM .
"114ii $ist tlit h udo =hm *40,hoOld d~o Ni~
tI* ilI' hefI kv ~b" pWpsTWO ulalm
el .t le' ci Uh0o1 s any uta mw. ow

,at' &
I',0,* l

fg @L W Df a*TaOft paft IUsa&*
I'' vqs"bet s maw dohes"ebows isn"m
A erYI~hoLhfi Nm(I b -

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Hail. a 8was noted In T. sun of
TuedY, wooConvasicted befte J%"WON i k -A OCOW%, D "S'
ti. Oswo a t At Mas. for petit rla r-pf"89.
cenay, d he=V sr4 e aw a montba, .
to detault eta .on at $ISO.
oeses eye. Oi~s, KasC Isab~'~-~ Y
An Suinsyble Strve'AWs. WN 14,. IN
A tewof athe USIVrMtY boys and
their unw as bip e partIWIpAOld e. W6 PAITTQN
tn a delIghtful st~sW to Noew
uam's L&14m ondoa .A.. and. tM #Aivi Igw ad w
naigt bota b#sbtttL 4 h IoI moos, &auw iiiEihis
kb..eodtaa no Yt timt tlp w a
a Moat omib* Ow ,'
AnIhftgat "s -let.ob elaht0Ul
Iusos pw mrrlr d h~k 1h ymaaCI8P ift
*adts 0as wiedH oe a8tera1190
sh"ba at "bmt *"I t ---
Water. uo Pam me", Owm, Is rPHY141CIANS
Party Was by um.UJJY
H. H. MeOnrWY. to Wbin M ie O Oi Orlsm
folks ON'. pusy rh Ihr a. l"" n MA 4. Om. he: 1
vaed Nius, hreraatOwhul W t 4M p.u
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'*b paaw W"rUs frhthq t pIay

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s6 be n tOd by him.

"hatb hab became of the Wdr 0 1
loud boy V140 ""to aaeto, Aw
__ a nM* bOY an lilskM4 sd Wth
head tied behid Moro aski T6.
*Atm 0kbe..Why, we DerUd
9Ali JW .luftiM, and ts an fltai*t
ad tobo vat&



f~miwaie agh

'rmlS belr~

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wrekh themb"C-ur

moat ioeO lJ mv the maaemtin

MU Utbe~Uara emlsrca~r sot3a1y
Aac esaty .q dtb sarce
sp '/ Y et~blatmson tie4606,i elet at

AL acarc the ee $NowI* ba1 wi *a vem
the i thy a b P.v (L U Uy.
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id amacaddte~

Tax "blecow. subee I
ar thus

dmmrv so doI

oIe with a
Ietaction to
tor .thetr pOMt suppmf
your vote at th l
am very rpe

Fort CdbNFYV TO ,A
I hereby aanolmseemy'
date for the ofice o;9
urer, subjectt lb astmor
uC pprtiQ maryOwmm
the support of all

Donnle, Pfa., Mart 14

I respeott fl anaotut S)
didate for ertion to
County 'ITeasureand
of all Democrats. If e tU
to fulfll the duties of~
the future as in the 4
fully, R.
March 6th, 1901.
I respectfully anaoaow
dto fr Coaunty O
trof Distriot No. 4 Mmd
vote of all Demoenst at
pimMur. espeatfull, J.0
MteL opy, r.IL T I M

I repectfully manouam
sudate for County Co
trm Dtrlt No. 4, aAd S
voe f all Democrats.
will perform tho 4ties e
to the best o my aI r.
A. f. lW
Mleaopy, Pa. MaA U

I -eby any an
ate for CouMty m1
Dtoblt No. 5. fable to
c the primary. IU t'Sat
mo to a"$ tme M

Hawthorn. Mareh k
r T y. lg

to r t am -rOli
"emim the mm -
ot the dties oT the
twe as th. i
oaltee otmy r1!
speat Ptuy, J. I
I rf t embalm"
fi listris Mo L R lsfL
a t give my hmtyI. '
all the dties the i
th t b0cl*the b s t
I svt t" the votes et

ao rN R Vespe ay,
Jucd Grove mar kI N

of the sbe oar
1. wed ofeect"ct
mty casst'eut
tremsm as I have
tham b*ahep.s.
t oad ts ek
o nre It Very


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fr Land Fraud Has Been
Recently Discovered.


Young Man From West End Ar.
raigned in U. 8. Court.


Themselves, and the Fight Be-
;ti6ts More Bitter Daily-Senator
t.Salley Delivers Great 8peech-Other
of Interest from Washington.
Corewoonenoe The Dally Sun.
hzigton, D. C., March IS.-An
1y1M land fraud almost under the
Oms otf te Capitol has been discover-
064 wtRin the last week whereby the
'oew nment has been defrauded of
iaGtd'worth a very considerable sunm
amd only by a mere chance avoided
,14itg another valuable tract. Sen-
o'f Carter exposed the transaction in
E^ BSenate and that body iiimiediately
*np-led the law which conveyed to
M er his last title, the Secretary (,i
'.Vl having delayed acting under that
A- tm ent. It is not kilo\n \nlhat tle
4 tige will do in the matter as it i
y4 ymmt that in that chamber there arte
'*Wertui influence, a.t Nork t)o Ihui
',t whole matter up. FEr the en'ltir
*I Cel of land. lil,,r apel'ars to hav.w
?JgM about $5.,o. the parcel 'iitain
^i,< about 20 acr.s, and for a small
)IUP t of the land hli rvc(n'itly refui.-.l
o acept from the l'iir.-\ilvaula rail
|0tdo. (16,000 ca.h. The t alr al eady expended .n ,,'o l,,r .:,i
#Ii^tag the Anaco(tia ri\ er oin \\hih
blht land, which Parril, th. ripari' u
right, abuts, and it I I' roipoe d to ,,\
Seamd a very minu'h lar'. r .si n. Tihe
:t eords show that for ihI' la,,t tra:ii-:u
Itla Representatile Partholdt ot M,<
a erl was reslpoim-llle andl Mr. Itar-
t t has made a .-tat'm't tlin t
,'blat the action of ils, collnmitt- \ \; a
SieWfectly proper and ri.gular. ut Ith.r,
S1 !. every Indlcation, tt hat the S' .i t.
I"Mtl express a diffrTrcnt ollilion I i.
A8 r med in the S'nte;,i that lii I, r
| at have e"xert'l ,,r\- pow'rt'll ,in-

Slaughter is Charged With Breaking
and Entering Postoff o at Wannee,
But Prosecution Evidently Could Not
Get Sufflcint Evidence to Convict
The Florida Times-Union of Mon-
day contains the following, which will
prove of Interest to readers of The
Sun. as the defendant Is a well-known
young man, and has many friends In the
\\est End. where e e makes his home:
"The Federal court jury in the case
of Naoll Slaughter, a young white
r an, charged with breaking and enter.
i!l the lpotoffice at Wannee, Fla.. af.
t. r being out live hours, disagreed at
' ; o'clh'k last night, and the case
r,'iiulted in a mistrial.
The strongest evidence aganlust the
ir,- t was based, was the fact that
:iirtl. at ter the robbery he, had a
ti' tl1 Lrrable aniount of money In his
|i".- w-.sion. \Vitnesses testified at
thi h'varlig that they had changed
n.Iatinl (diolnlnuatlons of small
cha tigr. as would likely accumulate In
,:a I'Itotlict., into )ills for young
!Sli, lter a few days after the rob-
1.iry. W. J. Loxke., postmaster at
\\ Ino,\. tI.-tlllti that he sent a regis.
ti'rid letter for Slaughter to Solomon
Shad in thsl city. A. J. Shad testified
lw' had opened a letter addressed to
Siolomi o Shad and signed by R. E.
litl. This Is the name the WIlcox
p .tiiia'ter te.tstfl.d that Slaughter
tw-ed inl regiStering the letter.
The defendant produced some
troii t-tiiitnyi in his behalf, and
wh'n thi' ca.e'e wmtnt to the jury Its
o iutrtoni wai felt to to doubtful.
"Ainthr trial %ill In all probability
I- t -


Ye is die bd tlw bd l In #4 o r af o l" of
whod teL mw. k h 4 hftif

vi d W owls 4d WhS
A wi #ad ah 1b mormood toin Nail' -0di i
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t e a c e in th e f i eI t o m ~~ ci r-, -it, h f l i t i. n ia ti-r L i ( f r t h ii, P n a m a _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _
.Biebr wasfor''il' :1 -. i',ktl 1 -!-4tjii1''- Ii-' ei~es c linrged anreox- fi*UU0,011111114d FIMe 4*
W e b ocanie IIll at''l thz'iro .hi tow' iii u. t.'hill -411 fair on I its fa o. Ui ssm i a, m .si a, t g
~~uence of SIwA'tl.r ( Cawwtit i h:ttt-fi!i; ia ie ml bLWEJ~ut~ontM.a &9 L"
-~a pension iii s',11a uinmith i hr 1:., ''5' i tt W~ar N% I- I' US. 0il.b *am5
)Abough he is still aitii ut if ti~i~iII' i-1- 1i i' ri iit peItiraisnaalA .lNSSPOMUlS Aii. w'iglb hSM 1
and is now In ve\4'e'lleht health.: i't) '1 i i x ui t, i~j im i 1111111111jN' e t r A W .r
-O,0A witiVa:
Wehas rect'ntlv Itowni i't)zag (I Iii ant I- 2 Iet .r. and Item.:..4iDihIISmWgmst W as C .am.
1-8 to of hofflamb.a 1P. x lhs "
to have the t%%~o d 'l r till Mi.t 'i i *'k i 'i l iii tis e'r Pr~le my 0ero "UU mbeet v' Oa w k Iwa mV ~
E District Instuit lC t ifi %4iiirt fl h'
e r ("a nti it in t tt ''Ih l l R i i- .4111 \N & 'IK; t 14n t 1tim rt n iitt th. o p v9.5 4i ow rs if M r.. N m iV= f 4 1 M .4
&I Conoi nunilo W hoet a K-1 I t;- al I '~i'e forosi ssh Pe. W e k h ee w on % to INt es er S a W US
night after .ia r ( 'art, r i ii. 'id, Iti t ies the case vk ith this voqmeh
exposure In tile'Steit'' \01at I- c rhe' h oia'el t h' aii fu I Y. e.~~ Killed Avisthv f35aueeammsm. fv ip tes..
Sto say regarding it. 1ti.'l .'r saki 4mI it rithattlkneihi c'ru ise. it 0"S 11111 low Aand
he was ''tie" Itt' i t 'r il''"el ltog te ..e fm Ths A3Mg8=
to discuss Iv ii. 11_01I 1A f1it O. il-' tetu''ittt he, sbipownM hol* W
cit'.,Lr: "r a wiuutitee'r(if toreign g V ~ 1W ~ Wt M7JsW WS gmO
be fghting Ii Ihi, I t u'. n rut -'.'.~SiihSp hoilrem" V"Wuu~,eb
bCODing nmore' atn Ii:4 rt-liotot r I te r.i,.t.ftatlao.- Ta' et iptos agab 1 lS W j" 11o. posh" m4"
day. A Rewlhiicattulter.eiuL htioU~itC 4i eolimmv and be decIam 100 am. '~~e
Mr. Acheson, of Po'11`1%i-"1'Ait lltaut- there 'IIIA i (# l' tie'pulic btaiidhm Will Gf hS urab d sg
UY inspired it rc Iort it) tili ,f',. t this ).,tr. allot that ^ vp lamn w ill s b e lowhu u.
Ceci Lyn. f th V, :it" in'made for eetilv' two battleships It be -- -9 Ss M-
Cel Ly0oe cnt (iftht'lr j H a" owI"dsownlo l-ep W...l
eoliectiing from ;jK~itna%'e-r-i In 'd to k oP the A l i M ri i@
@W1pecetothi aar donto the' litnIt f(W the Curreat YGM,, 6" b"d*I
ea~palgn fund. Then the' I'ro,-l 1 14L1 1,41111111004)tP~tutIt Will 1100 inte?0041g 6
game back at NMr Arlie-fu oltu Psc.'o if NMr Tasnr% rallisse his voicieem0"Aw o
out that a el~eiulhlci~al hin 'll' 1 1t I sgin 'tt tl e I 1 -rtia rhieJ4 U p'i on lm @9 ishh. b L = W' 11 w o:
IqlOU bad ttem'tl'dt't ioantb t he'ro-b" It 16hW1^ Kftl dto P~tat SO iesu
Scollection, that h'l~ h t. i t it"' old of V.T low ioar e ~g u g
by direction of th" Pe I -I .'ntitl'eI ii)to a .'etiaskion under thoe lev P p sN*4
Court ftheIngteI&% l to on the' rolls At 512 a t h .___A
1*itd sai.4 h qin, reta~ttig the' poet ka budget by 1poo e *~I
that case agaInspt the ,iaid'al-t AU S .Yeeepe 5 V I' ThatI s a 4 w w w o 49. ... .. .
who is flow hiahie' ito a fr-Imo-soure uls i t, tilh it l is eiv ctiP4 to S4 e-IW.n
a n d i~ i T i i t l e f lt f o r tll i r t 4 i m a k e h o l t. hio Sltto t,(A r e a n d g er b a p e
The political end of te ~h wr'"de rddt)o Poserhewimm
bowe~f't. from the an" (afnei nk Tw. wwea
aimys Aebewtll against the- .ti,,stri-ar v.0 sit' Ut~rtatlons, and OWi t V" i A
&Md vice- ertia, and A0.,-C, *msite, him.
Mortag a yer)hard fDirt, 4W0TV-IN vA t he IML 10
Sit ta ro MOWInI-ti?#bore111111POW
will is' defe'0eI-41r''"'1 4 r'a .It tram )oft$J.d
.. r~eJauseitoiHyd*. of Taliibeemst an
brilliant 1-14 4-4 :. 'i.1 tat 11s Y tw b l
bsrd ontthe AMd' -,a r WIN&.NO& s? Willof To 4 0 vs of
w eek i 4. very' ' -'~ 4 I tlist o le J04 V 1111111110 In o
Mr.Bal. ~.pib.' a *t* i bWShd q5I1~)4*4M960111011'41
jar. Dail*.% I.4 hel 1',tb4. All!
I.,ti I ,0 bo P PT i &Md."Ak" is o

the b6ks *q -f *#r 11'rw4ef. utMV0

the-.k to" 1018We ~by winMm.?.now2
so cIfMIt2' Vab^ 4 0NY oamP
be irdmf~~*,''ir -. 'APA *.4fol Sol"up" e

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k de. 'Ol the .,

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people. 21"0 bg Tabor.
V" uON" o to gavr W" d

i qsi farIs bea o
u. id the'' skopl~eia ofC *

#;~ci ~. idmiusren velid to

i ( Mr.f aewtI at
aH'n wgped with de.

bie be4 dt tr I

tVyIe He slowrl,
a'ti *( shat enas, t
Hier towed by t
B iT mrt tS, Gdfwcity
r ia E who'ild i nlIt

o the. r s ba, o*e
^^rscL^^?-^': 8084O( of th dwet

oer theow derel He

w ee rprr P we thee

Nebo, o n owsv him in it.
r wtw is or f *

ll t alou satsafto r Mo
sx Guam a in InraselaIn
Cge toar

wtlh be siUle, Is a beIta

%i+p. W. A. Nobso. It. of Jack.
ll w, atomded to Mr. abltean to
Salth dve em aerd hild an It
l tT Mralta it or act.

t manee evidener.
aga (ertn form pbl.G

a ta$ we ft-m record SChe
as assehser abow a Inerease In
e seare rrtltos the time

*he tI-It Vftl attoo for

Perl s neoulhao, wth am,-

StHIs tle oe meeay
I Ri aetutt to a eruastty.
*,,Vr. W. A. Hobse. D. I, or Jack.
agavi0a, Wraspated to Mr. Matheton's
MUilrW h a detvrw. eatoraatesog a(d

*Afte rMIt room etereh and

*f~rla at M 'clock

S" eUptoW~
l spios UlPC W. Vonisa St.,
8YY U1, b4.. twtl "lr ova' fee
swe bi mwith kisey a"d
abmswhik aeb aud so
aS6 SAWwomrn, i lost
v u al nano bw, wad a year ue
Waboadom wir-k amL o ny. IJhad
%m#'Ot tie bad phyakdow bo did
e ood ad I wa paUcralli
wao up to die. Foley's Kihey Cur,
0w rommed ad dorat .battle
gave am grut rief. sad aftr watk
th wsos betle I as m esW
ured" W s&etlt t helpm ye? J
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Have RtUrnMsterei Au Sal Meeting
Sf p. We"l pIeas.
Oruad Obehbfalr ld oul C. Lynch,
Root. Dav. A. Oushman and 0*e.
P. lari asad "ife, have re tored
frost I wte ereg were they went
to s*ung the annual eiton of the
rOnd Lodge, KnighXts of Pythias,
wbhl s w ar etson ~a n toat city for
three 06 )et wek. Mrs Morrs rep
reeMdag the Pythian aoSters.
Aeoerdng to the report of the del
gatle attetdng ftom Mt. Vernon
Ldgep, the oaneatio just closed was
es oft the et enjoyable ever held
Is tHe Stat, eA well as one of the
met largely attueded. The good peon
pie of St. Peterlburg exerted every
efort for the entertainment of the
visitors, and with remarkable success
an their tay to the "OCty by the Guifr
will not be forgotten.
The question of eleeting a perma.
net luation tfr the Grand lodge
wa again brought up. Jacksonville
hatred for the place, but Galaesvllle
wa a lose competitor and a strong
one, Captala OGorge M. Lynch, former-
ly of this city but now president of
the Jasper Normal Institute, Jasper,
making a most magnlfelent plea In In.
vitiug the Pythians to make their tu-
tan and permanent home here.
Captain Lynch Is a ne and force-
ful speaker, and on more than one oc-
eslok has fought fqt the rights of
Oaineeville. from every point of view.
IN thia IAstance there was no excep
tion, a .Oaptal Laynch did not beel
tate to draw out In a forceful manner
the adrntager morally. geographl-
eally and otherwise, why Oainesville
wa "the place."
Olaneevlle needs a few more
friends ike Captain Lynch In public
conveutiomo as he has arempisahed
a great deal o calling the attention
of the people to this city as an ad
vantageous point In every way.

A .aby

'Ihould be sunshine In the home, and
s will be If you ve It White's Cream
S\ermatfg. the Igratest wom medal
cti ever oferd to mufftsn hu.
manlty. This remedy Is become.
aI the permdkat fixture of well
Sre.,ulated bhouedo. A mother.
,with children eat g t alng without
a bottle of White's Cream Vermuiute
I the bos It l the preat and best
nodtlse that moner an buy. Sold
by W. MJohamem

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MNt. 1m ad the oewl hoe oi
Oatenevk AM lome who ean. By
order W. BITCH.
-, -
A eves eoM tat may d*at9in lato
penes t *er Vlt caw m toe red
elWy br take g Pws P Honrey &ad
Tar. U wlU can the moet a aOto
mektasg Cusr "et roastheb rew
hlaw The goe- is i k a rolow
Iefhag J -W. Mc00hr a Co.


SfactoiB eWachie or ring, brought
hli out. fe cale out as a 'andl
date alqae aAtslatolhanded. He/ wll
be glad to reeelvethe support of th
ewporatom. eo the antU-orporatloal
the pcDitbtLo tsOf and the anU-prohi
bitioaltS. of the local opttonists, the
Istlans and the Jews and of thi
Oeantles, tbj "Publicasn and sinners.'
He would eveb accept the support o
the Pharisees.
The oorpotatons cannot do without
the people, and the people cannot do
without the corporations. Nelthel
should be allowed to oppress the other
Capital l organized, labor should or

The license tax law licensing eacE
little enterprie should be apended in
border that taxation should bear more
Article XIX of the Constitution pro
video for Ldal Optith. The qualified
electors (not the Governor) approve
or veto constitutional amendments. He
s paot on the "recently constructed
band wmaon."
He coromn oed life working in
Ql ncy, Florida, at a salary of $15
per. moth and boarded himself. He
has himself been a hard-workinl,
strugling man and he knows what It
means in other. Hie has never mar-
ried, he hab always had oballtions.
His life has been spent nore in
thoughtful o lsideratlon of other peo.
pie than of himself. He feels sure
he will be elected "if he gets enough
votes." He does not propose to trade
off a stale ofice. There Is honor In
being Governor. If it is tainted with
dishonor he does not want the office.

Misfortune to Mr. Hague.
Prom Tuesday's Daily Sun,
8. 0. Hague, a well-known young
man who comes from the town which
bears his name, had the misfortune
to meet with a palful accident Frli
day night, sustaining a broken arm.
In some manner Mr. HAsue lost
his footing and fell. In throwing out
his right arm for protection it was
suddenly wrenched, the weight of his
body breaking It.
The patUet was brought to the city.
where medical attention was rendered.
and at last accounts he wasu etUtm
along l as lya eouid be expected
under the circumstances, although
the victim will be Incapacitated for
duty for several weeks.

Do.. Det n.
It your chest pal and you are un-
able to sleep because of a ouh. buy
a bottle of Ballard's Horeourd Syrup
and you wont have any cough. Get
a bottle dow and that cough will aot
last lon. A cure or all paulhnary
disefs. Mrs. J-- Oalvea. Te.
writee: "I cant may emoulg fdr al-
lard's Horbound 8yr. The rllelf It
has g1e me Io all that is ane eeary
for me to say." Sold by W. John.

Death of Mr atreble.
Mlr LaAwriuVer 8 bte died Sunday
aft*rumn at her hor e about e4ght
mills w tt uf lalaweevie of paeu-

out te etio In Iwhicv W e sreided.
all of wbho rgrtMnd ver mu e her
The t*nml was hed Moday after
noon, the lntermat betaIg Jese.
%Illle eomtery
A sad fstur of the evst was the
hft tht at the time oft er det and
rfteral bher huabd wa oo very
low. and Is yet qsle SI.






i ne Diamond Ice Company wants
to talk to yoq about ICE:
Frrt-The consumer are lat e iD t-
ed, blcaue they want pure, whole- t
some ICB for home use. w
Second-Retail ICI dealers are In- b
terested, because they want ful, pr
weight, solid, hard, sdow-melting 1g 01
they can cut up and sell in small p
pieces at a good profitL
Third-Fishermen are Interested,
because they want ICB frozea down o
around sero-so cold that ft almost
freese the fish and keeps them to
good condition a long time. ot
To all you people we want to ay be
that we are going to give you the I
bet service, and having the bet w
water in Florida, the very beet ICS WN
this year you ever had. If yeu id
some other iee company trying to get
ouar orders by offering you tce at
I ents a hundred less than we charge (
you, or by.some other donutful propo-
ttion, Just remember that the Dia. -
mood Ice Company gives you good
Leo and quick service, and you are
always pleased. So why not trade
with usi We always have treated you
right. We always will treat you with
every oonslderattin. We always will u
give you the beat ICE and the beet
attention yon can get. So start with
us and stay with us. It will hlp you of
to keep comfortable and happy dur- be
Ing the "good old summer time.'"
Sincerely yours, o
Gainesville, Florida. ?
Alachua, Florida. ,


Notte ao hereby fven that T. J. Sweartn-
#o, pOrObaer of Tax Ortso ate No. S.l
da -eb day of April. A. 1S81. ha.ld
ai 04Uea toe i oBoe, &ad hM made sp.
poliat fr ta de to Ie I n acordance
rlWtkh SaNeentease mbrale Uhe fo(
lowrie dbeolbd propQry sdtuMtd in Alaebus
-anl, Itorld. lowls
oIt 7, ub-divoli. South tbree-elbtbr of
Lot. Seeton 11. Township A1 Southb Rane 19
TIMe aiM s d blan r Md bei the da teof
b amens of meb eertl lote In the name of
Fink DPW.r
UnlesM certMoe shall be redeemed mc-
oanlrg to )w,. tax deed will u tewreon on
H tb day of April. A D. M.
WItneme Y oyoIal donrature and eal Ibis
the 7ft day of Marob, A. D MI
pd Clerk Ctroa, Court Alaohua Co.. nFl

Notice Ib hereby give lt T. J. Swearlo-
sea parbmhuer of Taxu otlloate No. l.
dated te 41 dy of Jr. A. D. 1001.
bhe |sled ad etoaese In my office,
a 4 ba made plHtlomaro for ta deed
to0 iA aor s with law. BSad nrtlel
ato qmbreas U followtr d rlbd prop.
ry Ilustedet A ageooanlty.r orMa.tolt:
Lot I. 1e. II. to. S lR 1-O acr
The sM lad beainr mewed at the date of
the iu e o mob of such orilot i te name of
8. Sl mmlin
OUleW aNd owrtito shall be redeemed so.
eor 4a to 1Iw. tax deed UW la terreon oU
tWe dea of April. A. D. I
llllWhe omilal irlature and eal this
the tbh day of March. A. D. I.
pd Clerk OCrocui Court Alahbu Co,. i.

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Notice Is heeby e lyo that thirty
the bnt publicatIon hereof, the
n Administrator of the I
Cheer. deeesed. wil appi to 0A *
Judire of Alaob a county.
order to dtlpoe of ,be tolowlIf d
land. WLitr and belf In MLW^I
Florida. a oove ed la deed ftr
Larson and lAmdeLussob. bia wte.
1. Cbeaster. towlt: Pat to
Hundred Tw'ant nine (1). lyl
a part of the Town or r
county, Florida. (now kneeos
Spritlr), according to she
Ibereof on ale and of record t
house at Olaesville. the county 4
Alahbur county. a Plat Book "A
ix (xl). B I'OVGU fSI
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AdmnaIstrator of the Estate of
Chester. Deceased.
14 44th. 111l .?.

Notice a berebr given TitO CO
purbamersnuof Tiax jUJb tq io.
3rd day of April. A. IA L. I a
ertlleate In my omie. 1ad %t1
applicatton for tax deed to
oordanoe with'law. laM d Ma m ',
brae" the foUlowhr desrlbede prmesilq
ated In Alacbua county. loro. o
Ne 4 of Sw 4 ree. Tp. 8 .. I
The sald land being lb e t 1atm,
of UnknownB o '/' .
UBiem n Md certfldoate hall be rne'^:a
eordW o law, tax deed will to--"'
te day of March. A. D.
Witneasmy omflal sIffastre ad Ml-MY l
the aLb day of February. A. ai 19
S. H. WIMCt Im 1-
pd Clerk Cirulit Court Alaeh a tm .,

ot.e l e 5es l A i NOTICEr u OF APPLICATION rO 'S
NotiesIa heLr cv that alUa oe. DEED UNDER SECTION 301 OiPRA
mo. pmuhas e Tfu OertUloate No. & dated D DKR WSI0LON O A -
fr 4A. of Se wbemor A. oI. lIe a h s M LAWS Or tORIDA.
2 leot aemwy oo1, ad 1 10M1 Nousaers eraby 'ten that U l z
poeaom for rt Soe ho ell be rem o. pumrb ar of Tx Certif t

tarse eatala sre ase seAt" th" *^*sistt
le Ms wi oo law. Said oruSat eorN"lin the"4m e4tifib day of S eptembera.A
1` 000`1101deu_0bed p1o4 er0t iteted In Al' h Sled maid eerie. t'n111M9Mos In
em oy cria, w o.rsM : td has midne acmAu e i for
#SamnK IsN. eW o.of r) o N4 Sof ae I a oordai weImthla. .Do
The mId belg wad the date f melted Is Aerbuas or. At.1 "1,'
hUe b ra o 0 rtu aIO t sA me .. Nw 4 of Nw. .4 Seoo,. I. Tp.
Il LAwidor srhUiDA.ll rdm a t E II '
iatinte to l rwtar- ee llC. Bw r r he Irmam of web erI

iweron or cOwr aef Wo. lased6i DE!D UNDER SECTIOm I OF BA
hi of B D April, s. iD o UnLAWS AO kliAt
*lt my eel ldtre aid 0eal te Un m. te en
h a b day O* f e M r ha. A I *HMew" to law.t r Tte see wllb i lle en '
S, 1H. WIUNGOR. he dUM er of Xreb. A It. 1"
i Clork Cirslt Court Alehun CO. .i W800MY o M.l al .nature 1dame
Sthe weh ay of February. A. A. D I
IO'TUIC OF APPLICATIION FO TAX pdi clerk Circuit Court AlsesCa..l W-,
NoUis .vimU C. .HarwellmOTICI OF APPLCATMI3 tre
o*se Ati Trax mawtsC. Cp Ma. SM eR USCTION IOrSCm
puhaser lNeeo d
Se_ e, o o _mber. A D. W, beoa~ O LAWS OF LXMODA..

M ade maad al wsa a I"soos inae

Sam WAdlbei a" a h o de of UnteI s..
VOSS seaw t--,1s"stosd" be "to % .t P I.a. ITlk
a erp a law. ta I. WI kna. e o ed rtaInW r shal be dmt ,rM WaM

od Cierv (I"s umn Alaeos :o. aChe d1 S eon tO law. ta dee4 w ill hamsmo ts"6n-"e
n m ceArnPdy AO. ainte.. A. d M

IHo' ten-l iln ha Ned lia cwaj -n
t1e S10 flge h j e NOTICm

seSSs aisd ev r haua Wi
Il s WgMAM rmalh e* IF-low in RAW
Lm6 CaW'8.n U. 0 IL. an bmr lii Mil T. wu I a

mud c coito Abcrot e

DMAn's Ressmyso, ommeiase, UWLLS, FLA.
too* the stomac@dorm*&e t"eEv.IN
p RODm0oWe Slgwe"A aappotft We do neadave Abowwat be*t
easyp~so h bov*AmbIOW UMbdn witkhom h iWfg Min
Ivo o~t ta aamay adan tIs sn
b", ~All bad pwammoo

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t kSy hats in t bii n~ b

49* AN. I l> in i l*'int.
acres Of rs h:tl ben
ted by trucker, north ui I',it-a-
a an an explrinmi.,t.

) The fifth amnnal .'.-sion ti.n
I'lOuthfleld Bible Confereivce \~iIll bt
% ald at Crescent City from Marclh 27th
to April 5th. ----
C. F. Howe of Orlando was con-
Victed of selling whiskey in a dry
, leounty and sentenced to one year at!
.~b, ard labor on the Orange county

St. Augustine Is soon to hill ia if,.-
ew school building nmar the cn.v
ates, and in view of the tcrriile dli-.
*ster at the Collingiwod 4hil1 ill
Ohio, this school building \\ill b,.
bUlit strictly fire-proof.

Tampa has a in'w -.s'chn,, to ri;
the city of imo-qi(ita-,.. Th.'. rl.,-,
to place minnowi in all i-., ..
throughout the (cli\ ;i I t th. itt,.
fth devour the wigii,.tail. t,,,
whence conims th-i ,,,,iu;i

Four blind tig. !i \.. i..,.n ;>i!
in Palatka r,(, t T!.. \\, .. ,
captured without ilirltlr. SIt :I
Hower is hot atr. r tlri:i an I ;'
Thought that the "tig. rg w, ill r. \I : I
S 'low for a long tinm' to t':,.

James W. P.rklis aI /..u I
Blelby of Delandir ar. I t' rI or:
growers who ha\t aitI, IiII. -I', .
this season, the ftrn-.r '.l.-aniti .,
$ 8,500 and their laittr -t- ,ni. T

y ear.
g proves are inl filktr V;h litII,, J111 1l;I !,.-I
,,. ter crop of oranlge ;, w. ,ctA,1d !,\t

The Tampa Ne'w\ sa- tlhatl t,r.,
S r four hundred carloails if v'ili.,i.
.,are rotting In the t11*-hl in SniIth
Slorida because they %0il! not pa:\ tl".-
a ost of transportation. andl \-t in t.,.
'I..erowded cities njl L. w in ii ;t( < !, :
:'",dren are begininii.ng to f'. I the' 1
Sof hunger. C,'rtainl\ thi: .
SOf Joint.--Oca la I;n. r

S A candidate for a i rt t
.' Putnam county. d(.i rI. ,i k r, I :,i. -
"sOlid, commercial r,.'<.:, ti il+.
S voters for their :,r I,,,t :il,. --
-i that he will I. i .. *- w ... A
d" wtath' proposed I !'..r
S-,deeted, including t a ,i *-,. ,,,,,,"
Sbridge across the, r% ,r at I '
*+ l d certaIn r,,a, 1.. ',.P t ii,- q .
will eW a good liir,:tik 1;1 i 1a .-
TIme.-Unlon. --
t'y+ In the case of tih' le ,
TW 0. Wells. char,-,.-, ,I* "
M.g. on the public diin, i til. *' -,
9.Ul ty, Florida. wh-r,. lln hi
(eftley, United Stat.s ;It...
,rWsd a verdict for tlhe. ; .: *r
2I60OO, and an tapal .t a .'., 'L
(i, United States Circuit t' '
Ml' notice is gil'11 tLt, ',
i| Ihas failed and that W '
',ii thM United State-s (; r,. ',,
IJI $12,000 assessed by tl:. .. rt

*> v

&A I meeting of tih, ,.:' '
held Monday night 1a- .e- r.
deploring recent iiturth.'-
wp I ce and demranding t..it C--
Og gcil at once renio' ;-te r-
Puklle force, appointung a rt. A.'
b ggm was filled to its i
vth the best r.-ire. i..
The, Banner rayr T-. r
assault upon a Aitz- -
WgIaI- to ha' ar,..-,
iadiglnation in n *ti police force Il ',
whbre policemen t.-.- ..
O' law.-Tilnies 'rn


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An exp>rlment in cattle !. etlig tha.t
Swill prohhbly b t of great itt rt t t.)
9 ^ the s'twkntent of the State i- n4i lw-
Ing carrhld oni at the Stuti'on Four
ztt- of four .-t.'rm each ar. being fedt
oIn diff,-retlt kliids of rations, and the
results stuielld. These s'.ts are as
nearly tuniformin a-4 siuhblh. the total
weight of the heaviest four differuint
from the %eight of the ltghtest tour
byhv ls thrl one hundred pounds.
The first set are being fed on cotton*
seed meal and hulls: the second on
Proof Is inexlaustlble that eratgras. corn. aid ottonseed meal;:
L.vdiia E. 1'lnkham's Vegetable the third eon elvet beaus. crabgram
po carries women safely and corn: and the fourth et 0on cotton-
th(rotn hthed carrie wo L afe ly. s,,ed meal. eorn, and silage. It was
i sought to find out the value of one
l I thI, letter Mrs. E. Hanyoni, l uuid of protein of velvet beans as
1 4' .'1 ': ('t. lu, an comi.ar.ld with cottonseed meal a. a
rsn i hank1 rtsidticer of t1-srue and muscle. and
of I a.,. nI .~ftr. frorhm nthervouan. albo to find out the relative valUes of
,i'-.- h.,..it i.. at.it other Uoii ing silage and crabgrass bay as fat pro.
'.. I 'v d- tor told me th hat ituteri.c
1. P i"ai V-vtihh l',m* i',reent indications go to prove that
l a' -- '-....I fr iUme. a m ti tince t: k- g
in, t 1 fie-n, Iit- htetir. auiI I a.ml it is talep am expensive to Irodu a
' t i>, '11 o11 i mI".. I rIever for- rt litound of Iteef from cottonimed meal
1 t t, ,. 1' h. l*.v lia E. P'itnk. and hulln as it is to product' a pound
h' :, ,-,i!.n p nld did for mue from vel-bet thean, crahbras". and
FCATS FOR SICK WOM )cornh. In other words it I mnt wo.t
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. nonleal for cattlemen to u-e a "bal-.
F.r tlirin v.ers l.vdia E. Iink. aunced ration."
ht:n'. \,I : .' ( itp,11'p'1l1,1, Pi,lo; People Interested hn this exi*rl-
flv 'i r,' 1,W i i"e ri, li 14lt t ho imet are Invited to visit the Station.
tii1t,1.:;: ,. I Eli, ach pen is labeled to show what
'I..,i ii V..,, i. .t tb1, tl d. .(ith food each animal receives. The food
*I-..; <".'i~. ,s'., iitl.iitulhiotoiu, lvr i. supplied is weighed dally, and the
ti',i, t;1liii tmion--, i-r i ltln aritit., steers are weighed w Iekly.
I';... t i'li, l.,lt ln hl'r, t i it lt r.!
it.ii-,I u,1 f,.,.rli, .i. t i!.' nc'V, itali sI. Mr. W inters. of the Station. to visit-
tiI,,,n/,r ..,, n,,. \,> .ApstratUkL. Ing Orlando, DeLaAd., and Banford.
Whly t loi't v,.Ii try it I at which place hbe l carrying on ex.
.lMr. l'lnkliatna Invites all MAle periments In I elery.ralsiaig
women' to write< her for advice.
She has gtuhided thousaauda to
health. Address, Lynn. Mast. Dr. Bledd will on next Sunday

a I'~of imi re thani $20,000 SaturdY
night *ih''it )hritiighit b% the destruo-
tinti Ifstr it.'ohi,* largo iK&w will. in-
c!1hiidi: a 1!:, ing mill iiand dry kli.
a i t ka, ,rl I, .v~'-iijng fortune
(I' ~ ~ ~ t M .-' : ~a his 'house and
ri. I not demtruyed.
I *- r fighibtng the
st 'O4allowed to
Iiii ktly, the wind
't 11:Q,( --Oas to
I i 'ho, reiesido co,

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141Ti. va't~t part
h a tI ch ot her-i

iolo', ti. ts, M r.
-. ., ipi jmjti after

prechb the llaccalaurmate Bermon of
the Wauchula High School comnmence

Do not forget the "Open House" at
the University next Priday night. Coo.
voyansee will be found at thte square
to take visialtors out to the grounds.

w btaats andreb.
as Am Y, b" MM. IN#

Wearu Moestache at Nine.
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S. L FIt sfo A K w

1 Dr. J- M. Borlin a"d T.O. nKM
t of WtLo I lithe t esfa

Mto eMn. fJ Mttleat tdaother is I
I t city o as vMtt to her slteo, MU
+' Coba Birt. o
SFre s of, Mrs. w.iS regrn
S toles tha t sm e t I ee at
home on West Uberty pMt,
SJohn Ne. l of d igh ptuoOP aUft
a brift visit to his sjW M,:mas. W. I
Dow, has returae to his batme.
Miss Boee Ohitty of Mesfto a I,
S6e city ior a day or.tv, a ges
of her sltr,. Mrs. Fleteer I11.

th b the rbaan e.. that st

P' rank Mo etd of teofoha pe w

S adt.r.a . Ue. Ia thoi ft)

t Lee Thomtas 1 formed a trio t1 visits
from xob. s to t" ao1ty m

Si t. Qhope O. i, W. aw
S.teradDr. L Meswhoiry fonme
it atv of Micaeopy ltams vlltl4
s. wiheev ole yesterday. -
r a. To LOutehaS ad daughter
S. Paule Drew, of arteton, *ae
,the city,. gestW of the formeai
S e*t M wT. J.l* M l s r.
t 54 Jesph Mafliber has return
a. her Me sa alrIslagfa, Alt., as
tr a pleasst visit to her daughter
Mra Ohs. A. Faroloth, hI this eity,
Mr. 0 pd Mrl. Clariee Joes .
^ -y~otit ad 5. W. Hera of tRomk
0 *V seetlos were among tme vit
Mt the stOty esptal yesterday.
Sas Sytveet" of Hagae was ia thb
do ir estsrday. Mr. Sylvester is now
e, dte at ttusvllei where he o Is a
ted with the Battle Lumber Corn
Meadamee W. C. Johanss of Mica
Aspy and Alartman of Paradla
S es sau ea outf4ows ladies wht
tvoWed Olima"vile fr"ead with a vtl~
b ah H. Holly of Arredodo w& uI
Idty yesrdv. Mr. Hem y h
*sm e Us e uatpe r tar oof thi
do sbchoo l, sa haa made

ward Mea left yesterday fto
and lakhad. At the ItIs
S te he will Jota Jonathan Weeks o
Aftadla, who will return for a visl
S Gainesville with Mr. Mea&s
ala 0 ,W. 0. h eeesad J. N'
i--' P a t- Ilof 4t*piuga were to UN
W y jeftorday. The former bs a pro.
m m mserca, whide the latter
eitl agmet tar the Attle Ooea

;, M. Radee am MnS Jobs MahM
Madle t,. who haW bi, t
t for the past few wMeeks. et
h ape to seeM thea return arty si

x) It J, AMmera has pawohase
I' f Orawfrd4 yleavto a hens
of whlih he is satrdlly prM. It
a beautiful hay. with SAe aims aa
the Doetor's free- are kept bita
a. dislring the iammal.
Miss lila Pratler of Asschma. th
e elent prineipal of the Aedemi
aeMbhoo., was a t ei oty tr a te
howe Seauday. istnag t e aft
aO1 for her aeti, whi e e re
messed her duties Muaday.

Frlyl. of Ooi. WVl. WhoD,
win epret to iea that he has heeo
oatwed to hi rem tv ld o P"f
4aya d thatm aoMt of hb
health is aom me toe se. TW hop
tfr tn earthy un rey. hbew .

av ... .*r: k

A rdami Jaurdie aa4fWt o
Xit py, where tor l f
bhe ha bees "
S hoUea of Foo
tblae, which will be oe1
oapvenanot In that 1 ,bsO fo
trt' *; .. .

t*4. -..
Miss.Wl mlfred To ar m

this @ity fatuday. lwe i toer
Maytl retued rom
i wner the has bee asa v to ret

F, Atteraey .JK.M Rier s eft ye6
tenday fth BDoao, whei be will ,

of t of ap eg v sand mef d
OiWm is u wMarni -i o et

S4urA io Loy* eply *th dW. net.
dtiMaeS ot e outf tie oa h ol,
ileft ld W am to t git, wU s 4e stU

Salrelam the t lt.
th Awe bkand of Hatue, oie

Ir the iot t*iTeonc Do. oe mto
rAten i the o e f 1y grand ay r.

r ,le of. ttohe se i, Wa
rdGprosdhet, a e theeplety of
t ar hiiag Ak, with UO to Oha.
t a 0& M. Lo wapor earm
tia gt4 of the city, but WWa of
lefte wers be It at the head of
tha grest Jasper Normal bteituteo, ois
In the ly. He. e roe ho one fr om
ft Petatptb.W, 'wbit b he'Iwent to at.
tend the loo the of Grand Lodge
K t~hts ofY. n eA sad his friends
are gladomd to N him gain.
Dr. Oros e Ale er, the eminent
Methodt dia e ine who ba s ea one
dutdeit tfM Chautauqua Ie. tle S al ity
left yeteda feor Oltra, where be will
toa a brie ret prior to the optenag
of the Bible Conference Dr. Alet

Prtderlak lai prsetutg with a viewo
of aestIonsta nd baa had upder con-
aMdersio th. purecher of a four rnd
q"..o. and isht woko with the Obr.J

us hadsaee tn apprecit hammted.
Fledrck s of Jadunavile.Iewould b
gladlyweloomed to this section.
Attnher ys L. Carter ad T. W.
lding have gone to Tallahassee.
where they were called 0on profession
aW busneso. The case of N. Btrob.
bar, plainti In error, vs. the State lof
Florida, defendant in error, will be
miled f*o argument before the sw
*JAe court today, and the result of
the deoilop is awaited with consider-
able interest by both sides.
Mrs. W. M. Holloway of Tallahas
se to IA the city,' guest of Mrs. J.
H. Colon. Mrs. Holloway resided in
alaellte several years, prior to the
electta o her husband as Stat, S.u
pernlateodent pof Public Instrction,
and her numerous friends here are do.
lighted to welcome her agal. Mrs.
Hollowayts hre a a a delegate traem
the Tallahawe W. C. T. U. to the
conventton of the Antl-taoon Leaguet
Assocation. and will remain for' the
Bible Conference.
James Martip and family have re*
turned from Melroes, whers Mr.
Martin has bee looking after his
grove Ittreets for the past Ftaw weeks.
He states that the trees are now la
full bloom, not having been akeeted
by the cold of the past two or three
macUths, and that the prospects fr a
large crop were never better. Upon
their return Mr. and Mrs. Martei
were accompalped by Miss Rahcal
PerrmU of Melrose. who will reala
here as their gset for a few day.

Claude Feutalme w as the city
trom Mteaopy yesterday.

14 M. Meklasey of lea was to the


s W. J. WaltL of FalrMaks was
I ems those who sp t yesterday in
Sthi city.
Captain J. A. Tinber of Behebee
was twasctlag busiaess ia this eity

u Mns PMa em, as estimable lady of
Or heights, was oppla i the

MtiA Dati Hieks of Waldo was
eam sg thes who fame dGaeasvllo
feten with a vsr yesterday.
SThe TAveWeek a Mn yer
Md The Fm Jewrsal S4s rmf tO
SU Thit eWr to -- to *N as

I Mr. aM Mir. R. PeLr Lad
SdMter. lte Mts Rth have rve
esae me a p p "at vI*t to rfels

SMr. mf laMs wk Lse h-e u

n aas amet nt

T. J. LdMsey of Wiles
Kinaeyr t qraham, 8. 0
Roohelle, were among
a4 i'to the county a
business yaterday.
Mr. asti Mrs. E. Ludi
of tt city but now reasid
are t4o wlig over the
ae uttle girl Into thel
friends axtd congratu
DrM. M. 1 DePass of
of the mot prominent
thois seton of the Stat
nor Ina the Oaitevi
Bta. epent Monday an

M. rs Y. Mncarisnd
left yeerday for Ok
tModa for,
U wi remain for i
-fer a wth oldrelaties
hn PA.e"t solfd her
Ba m ha a me, is
8malids of Mrs. .he
ha been thissectipoed for
will reqret o learn that 1
dGep sot seea to Ima
seBer ths old dollarde
Richmond ll, Vas wheregretted
The pay otlan of the A
the "boye" happy yesterd
dpeanoe on time. distrlb
happinet ssn salares. The
roll ta this section alone
several thousand dollars
Mtis TUllHe Cook left y
Richmond, Va., where she
a fine poittion as Maleslad
dry goods house. Miss 0
one frhada regret very a
her, but wish her much
happiness ia her new hoa
M. 5. Cannon, who re
chased h nice home in N
vlle, roved'-yesterday w

and a goo4,, twelve-room
Mr. Cannos now expects t
contentment, as he ha
Mrs. Alex. Wittstock an

M C. N. m 'orwn Thwrwsa Da y 6wn: h S
. etroer of Blank warrants for justices of the W O
tluse who peace for sale at this office.
aetropolis on Hal Wood of Evmston was a bus-
ness.vlitor to this city yesterday. F -T.'
wig, formerly Remember The Sun office when you
ing at Tioga, want anything in the printing line. Well-Known vl l
advent of a, Miss McIntosh of Luraville was in Met a Sudts D 4.
r home, and e city yesterday, a guest of friends. .- ..
arhoers. Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to APOPLEXY CAUSS OP Hil DATH
Archer, one cre chills, fever. olds and larippe.
physicians In prks25 cents. adn1-
, and a dl ric c Man Well Known Ha.
.le National Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Jernigan awe Ing Ben for Yrith
this city on spending a few days in Archer as th C *n RY.
ghistcity on m of relatives. the Chase in 79 Re.

and children 8. 0. Hudson of Janney, Levy coun.- pond When Death l
land, where ty, a prominent farmer ad stockman, This city was trowo i of
an indefte was in the city yesterday. excitement Weiod ',
Mrs. Mcr. T. B. Ellis has returned from Jack* when it was learned ai
home to J. idnville, where he went to consult die, a well-known octtlae. BNai.
a specialist in regard to his eyes. dent of thli cty,.waus fM N i
Bayer, who J. A. Maultiby, the brick manufac- the road near Paradise a sht. ai.
some time, turer of Campvllle, was looking after after noon on that fay.
her condition his interests in this city yesterday. The telephone message eam.
prove. Mrs. For Sale-Velvet beans $2.76 per city to the offices of Tk .o
it here, and single bushel; $2.50 in flve-bushel lots Phosphate Company. whees
very much. or over. FP. D. Irwin, Fairbanks, Fla. ceased was connected with t w
C. L. made Mrs. T. B. Ellis has returned from Chase Company as supe
ay by its ap- Waldo, where she has been on a visI lands, and the news saread
sting a large o her daughter, Mrs. Chas. A. Marks. a ulr..Prindle wa. a an w Iw
c. L pa I and popular..l ae r~
A. 0. L pay Mrs. J. F. Bunch has gone to Fort Immediately after receipt of
amounts to White, where she was called on ac- formation, the ambulance,
each month, count of the illness of her father, led by several veh le es co
yesterday for Captain T. W. Getzen. friends, went to the scene, sad
has secured C. Brinkley of Jacksonville was in the lifeless form of Mr.
ly in a large the city yesterday. Mr. Brinkley was stretched upon the ground, in
look's numer- formerly engaged in the manufacture middle of the road, his face and o
such to a of lumber at Graham. tenance as black as ink, with no
success and Warranty and mortgage deeds, chat- of recognition except to those
me. tel mortgages and labor contracts tor knew him well.
gently purt sale at this office. Price 60 cents per There Is no doubt that Mr. P
orth Gaines-. dosen, or $2 per hundred. died of apoplexy, and very 1.*
1 his etam. R.W. Hidon of High Springs, one He left this city about 10 o'o
seven acres of the leading merchants of that pro- was his custom, to look over the .iN
Slive a rssiv town, was transacting busi- of tbe Chase Interests at Pa i
s plenty of ness in this city yesterday. and, arriving at Paradise, he
Rev. W. J. Carpenter, for several planed of feeling badly. tbowe ,
.A .. _years pastor of the Methodist church proceeded, andthenext

ma dauguter,

Mi-s Coras, have returned from Cooter
Pmad, where they have been on a
brief visit to friends and relatives.
While there they attended the closing
exercise of the Coothr Pond school,
under the direction of Miss Donla
ford, which occurred, Friday the
18th. The pupils and their friends
'enjoyed a he picnic which was large-
ly attended. The patrons and the
pupils of Cooter Pond school hope to
have Miss Ford back another term.
Mr. and Mrs, F. D. Warner and C.
A. Cololough left yesterday for Jack.
ouville. Thb gentlemen, who are
well-known ad sueeessful growers,
the former being president of the
Florida Fruit and Vegetable Shippers'
Protective Assoeiation, will appear.
with a committee from the association.
before the Interstate Commerce Comn-
mislion in an adjourned session, rela.
tive to securing more adequate rates
for Florida products, In relation to
products from other sections. A full
history of the unjust discrimination
on the part of transportation lines
as already bees published In The
Oe L. Taylor of Palmer, supertin.
teident of the Gailesville Peach
Orchard Company, was a business
vialtor .to this city yesterday. Mr
Taylor Is one of the most progressive
oitilens of the county, being at
various times connected with the
tate Fair. and sle ow commissioner
ftro Alachua eouaty to the Florida
MidWInter zpeettion at Jackaun
vlUe. He origtaated the Idea of the
horse show. which proved eo popular
at this report. sad brought so much
glory ad reegatlon for the Stand-
ard tock FaWm sad Alaebha county,
as was woted in The Thie-tUnloa of
unaday and The Sua of Tueeday
mornalg. But Mr. TIylor is a modest
m s-a-d doeen et wat to take the
t ao(witwthte"m c that the exp
sitk naa- MetM and his frlemds Ia.
lat that "it was be."


Psotrphy today is as commit
azd seabi eceaftli s every Semm--
Mr. It saimtas tht mry W
asetilmso lfe threeh the
etxnre Iat akea ml whibh w waM
4 now ft wthn. 8ewof ei to sb

l ~aM le"d d isn who to ow

albow^ eal -h tsR hm" ber As
as ammbmu vee isea %& s a*

Ub asm e"wome n SS
-Wqt40U"lo o

A <*

In this city but now of Tampa, is in
In the city, and his frienMs are glad
to see him.
T. L. Farmer, a prominent real es-
tate dealer of Samson, Ala., is in the
city on a visit to his daughter, Mrs. IH.
C. Futch. Mr. Farmer expects to return
to his home today, and will be ac-
companied by Mrs. Futch and Miss
Marion Futch. He Is well pleased
with Gainesville, which he declares is
one of the finest cities in the country.
A runaway dray horse caused a
great deal of excitement yesterday,
when he decided to take a "spurt"
around the square, finally landing at
the corner of Yast Main and Liberty
streets, where the animal decided to
Inspect the stock of The G. W. Hyde
Company. When the horse reached
the pavement his foot slipped, which
resulted In the animal falling to the
walk, when he was captured.

Lawne Are Looking Well.
The Sun Is glad to pote the pride
being manifested by the citizens of
Gainesville In their lawns. Every
property-owner who has a yard be-
lieves In keeping it right, and many
who have recently purchased or built.
where lawns were not In evidence.
have set out their grans. and are using
a liberal allowance of water to make
them grow.
One of the main features of the
beauty of a town lan Its lawns and
gardens, and the people of alinesville
are determined In an effort to bring
out these points.

Gaineaville. Florida.
Ieer Sir: A bank messenger lost a
smallU eo. He set his bag down and
looked for It. Found IL but somebody
else had run off with his bag.
A man who is going to paint had
better lookout for his gallons. Ievoe
Is the least-gallons paint
It's gallons that cost. it isn't the
price of a gaUmon. With one paint, 10
gallons is pleotj. another. II or 12 or
13 md so oa to :2 gallons; and every
galkh has to be ,laid for and painted
- to $4 a day for painting paint
sted o.:t- with some sor of white.
wash. The ees the prtre of a gallo,
the mure the gallons.
hask sesemersg better lookout for
their bha and not stop to buat for
aIl co1a. d4 property owbers bet.
ter mkoMt for th"e gallons that make
the e1peus9 ad Not for the d f t r
wahch has mothntag O do with i.
Tows truly,
54 F W 1WDVO t &CO
P. : The 8 J. Thomas Co. il

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was the report that he baa bee fqs i. ;'
on the road dead.
The remains were brought to '1
city in the afternoon, and were
to the undertaking parlors of Rt'
McClellan. Funeral will be held .
2 o'clock p. m. today, Rev. .
Craighill of the Holy Trinity UEplB i .
church officiating. The interment wOS
be In the private cemetery. 4
Mr. Prindle is survived by a wi]fe
to whom the sympathy of thygOOF-
munutv Is extended. -


Interesting Program Carried Out at.
Tabernacle Yesterday.
The program of the second day of
the Florida Anti-Saloon ITasp
which Is being held at the Tag*1
nacle, was one of enjoyment, as th
program was one full of interest to
those who attended.
It is to be regretted that the oentf
program could not be published, ht
this is the fault of the managenm%;
who promised to have the ecreti.
furnish proceedings. However, w V
suppose both the management a 0 4
secretary were weary qt the end ,"
the meeting, and did not feel like coOW'
ing to the newspapers.
The program for Wednesday was a '
most interesting one, and was carries "
out as planned. There was a AD*e "*<'
dress by Hon. J. N. C. Stocktos Is
the evening. who spoke on "Sta
tegislatlon Nhed.d. and Why." Mt.-
Stockton had a fine audience, and he4-
the closest attention of those wh1 ~*
beard him. .
Today's program will be as follow.t
10: 00. Devotional Exerchs.
W. C. Poster.
10: 15, National Legislation Noeedej< .
and Why-Rev G. W. Toung D S
11-00. Field Day. What It I-3U 0
W. R Lambert.
11 &. &Should Anti-Saloon l' '-
Day be Held in the Churchese?--4ai6
J I. Prultt arnd James F. WIaK".'
i1.4. Addr*,-i. Agitation ad W',
I lic atr,,n>. t lhifidli-- tl W@ l'-

After n. o.'
2.06. Devotional Exerdes.e*.e .-

SIS---Reports of Coauamtteo
2 4S. Why the Sooth isla lef
R.' 8S B Rogers and J. T.
2 Method, of Lquor MM
PrhibloBk ra'a.tl,. --.ev C. 0.
2 4. Relatkin of the
L*uue to rolnuc--Rev J. i
4. Roes s

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