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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 20, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID01240
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 20, 1908 TEN CENTS A WIfE
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Ia nI T MIEiNIN C P2
T l I IFir"e on C M K One Man,
C1veqd, 0e.e e 8ultede.
K ClTet, 0.. Mare 1.-Willta
of FAM C lg 1 Kamer. twetycse- Yr of age.
Sopne. r Ttesay on a crowd ot
pro to W LI.w ud w ies Io a re et.uraat nad
S"' itastlay killed Dward Draudt, fortv
ro ( ad ; severey wounded Jame
AT WASHINGTON, b. C. Brm. d a. umPt to oum-h
After tthe sootlag the young man
rence Will Conttinue v o re went to the sidewalk and belre turned
ye-Many Questleon To 1s CO. the revolver alaMst his own head and
ldered, Such as Sierman Anti. Ar4. It Is believed Krueer will
SE4 of hi wound.
,Trut At, Etc. Previous to theu hootinl Knreger Is
iWalniton. March I.--A onfw. said to hae stood Ph a side door
c of far.readBlg ImportmaaC to l adig into a saloon and from thls
l bean here Wednesday. rJtleil. Vant g point scanned the faces of all
a'r President Comlws, qpd the occupants of the restaurant. A*
rmbers of the ezectiveo cotaetl Ibrr passed him In the doorway, theo
ekb Pedersalo of lAbor, togete police ay, Krueger was Jostlea and
the executive oLeaers of tohe I. opened fre apons arr and then turnekl
lonal Trades Unions of Amerl the revolver almleely uon the crowd.
wh melt pursuant to a call Weued A panic oaeue4, me und wcmn ev'k
Preesldt Gompers to coside t la Il bhelter beneath the tahles and a
umnces of the recent nluactUor nobh counter.
of the supreme court of the it Is believed by the police thAt
Sates affecting labor organla- Krueger was lopklng for some parteiu.
with particular refreco to the lar mas or woman whom he though
iy atars' cae, tofer lee that may have bee In the restaurant anod
that his anger was dou fargely to &I
substatally held that laborr- r to a
nst were to be coasiderd t at JlMy.
as mucb a orplusatclos d MONIY UT O- -TAT.-

'Ater calling attention to the igln- d ThRd Has Abe.
Iof th so n Mr. r old That Gcihos Raod MHr AbeHt
that the conference waU for be Ished ts Gergia DOepaltioleO.
Aoftla March I). --Within tbh past
l of "tan ad heitiof the e beost forty-oaht bours tOe Southerns Rail-
nce n it of the s ees ay company, by order of its treaur.
with may be oonsldesro and doe
aed as setting forth the poitl. r. In whlfla lto. D C..r ras wit
"iA demands of labor." The oourt's *raw half a mtilli. on dirflt thlat
iMags, be pointed out. were bldlas beaks I the state and deooolta tha
Pan all labor orgenisattona natil W Moesa In the Fr'l Ntttlol bank of
^---Ohutto-n OOrr, the reason Mlr hl* at.
4a.--"l or nIo4ff d by congression al lb tanoa, the rsn fr &
.o. ties belong takes to keep lawyers from
.r "o abit of the cotforeseto maklJdag attachments and serving aar
Ithe ob kot of the cofrenc thr A
re was to eansider Ite pMrposed MAIn-s ta oe the fands oI the road tI
meadtmets to the Shtllran antt.I
set act which are being drafted olth veLr depasitory of ti, Southerm tIn
vi not of eaemptlng labor or-R 0 ergta sew ceases to easta, and what
for the obligatlosa to the pub j monoy the %4s.01 bold l all goiln to
but rather to prevet say tnjua oos, &ad bu hbee going or
belie *am. through e eposrtioI the oy tw dkre. The faod are
law to orrnitatlooi of labor ig U eV nlght by express. The
n rtarl to g ta Pto statte of rom ls Is which the rallway
It is dealred to a frame the p Ir
cnebs&e in the Shlermas law as b&4 m *jpoiea.
met tbe requirements of Uh 1- f t estimate that the total
cap urt dels-ou The proposed UDOt of usim doe dsly I the
eats are the reult of recI t' tO by the southern asat to
s t the White Hou withi IO.mo and over.
idt Rossoork, ad i 1 1 a 'The e tllte on the moist bertag
t Ameseveo ad iatokl teoftp the Kt gto IN 10.g
aere remedial leglalatos abas ts
Bit q umers stated -t wn-
M ( upitamot to every me es X. PT e
M sad am ost mad Slar Polsen t
awmnasto puis o Ost se re MN I P e es m e ne ewrs
"Bo suoe u et rtaa AIUW& a r*tl. a It.--Wederay Isn
leo and e te s teO e FhtLOs eusty J, Adre&w Jhb
are oas hundred and ,e* m. ka a
0at1e0al sad ilteruwuta tre's 4ader d1r401'0' f 5 of
to Amewres mad pnrtilly all Fte Ia 3. A. -asle la Aft o
t1 weae reOP 1sd by a0 or PI Dy, 0e. th, tat satd glrwr onr
delegates at doe muenag T* on",e r we eM that th tw
waoi, wi smun aw 0L0 red6 sta lbe emp ve a

etp was apr at II-t
BOUGHT IN DARK HALL 411000V k.

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m. e et l Dl ma ,,,I to sa .
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WOWadson wftoow ~ WbtuiOery* 'I~as -sme0 se e'~efreeq ~.e0464.,
ek sho0 siftO smnam madmade W" ft" eduilty by a lup tuesar at
uSmImlktrhe Se wI* *om$ s#amd so pmmost barht

pmm i "am a Oegosms 46f fewet gs k afat* a
fan be bmhba eto so PooI"Ow em. eat, ukuowas' ft. go"
fts VO. WVMthe reeftW"Imwe. am" geiy mwavs suI 10
&MasO&aaswon am of plo* 1& 200b be yen I pv i.
iU-a awy Wans sad6"-W owl
at to"I fft e.d ei se noU~yt IN FOsW bto Hfs Apeemn%.


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Awgsot. 0Ga., Matte 19 -44000.
maam Siadwd boer. 4td&ap as
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WAS TOLD OF PLOT


hbsoppe Alia Made Coalau i
to Woman at Paters., N. J.

WHISPERED DARK PROPHECY

Father Ekiseb'us, Who Returnse Frim
Pdeter.;on. Has Information Tha1
May Put Poltce on Track of *Bleed
Thirsty Pand of Anti-clerlcale.


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Ainendmentoto sess Mealshipplas
Memao bh clay .
WAShiShis. MarshIt.- 46 Mderto
hem,. e to Noaw Iefoltawles h
"p~rlovadftoe Now tram. W"it
er ewe beudIms eatenCAeF. of
dews*g,WIsrodesed as sassmOft"A

** ""ea mowlshipplig boll, few*
Se ~~ow ~ or 9011161Vau
~earvIel edebis Othe hme mof t*e
oiats MAnd .On sitar d"akv'W to
ssa seml~ bWe st oto fthe opr-
ela sad e~ $4f 40ebe.4ofeour%

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deWis tho$e "4 sa66411l s4tbe
by reggeehOe bwof fhosts 00
AIMp. 0O WoMar -6, 4.
Kam". emty IMMof two* 0g 1 Low ee O46*oead.
Ow ewdflwswWASWO s two -1f-,304'de, Wort dlto
memoorof 1y4"046"asmmAwita" *O" t
sop.,. 5b Is soft** Obeh"?ad as Ofth
moo at 0%oato c S a a of*W"044, W~~
#am$* e.k a, 6 0" be "b- o sa "00"046e w toprAtI*
SO60 ~bf Aprl. eta v (0-.)POOOMi.S to*
of ~a. ut~ SOw e,"


09ATH OF SENATORt WHYTA.

71T 8TNTHOAY1 Had Beon In Public Life S11ice. the
year 1C47,
-IBallimore %Itx-'h i. -nie
Statesat clmwlaMJ Ccl. m hl 1111M

IMU Jgjg3Tuceftsy otaht.
"sitator WIV~te was takes W Whole
In wasibingtA l ISO Pburay, a" tM1
IN EXCELLENT HEALTH tunsila olt s N1l. Jyls
callise wrile.although him phpetCiitas
ad CongratutltffTelegrams gaveo ut Metbours4inji;tatevleals, ia-.
lil Parts of the C~ibnrtry-Aak-III. til Thcay. Abomt 4 o'clock the
ue'aatur ciuffereI a i-inkIng spell, but
out National QGest"'ls, He recuovered rapidly. an~d wa's cionatlus
it to Discuss Sawe until the finlel IbI)u~plsionrt ended
r4in hi. 40001 at 7: ob I 111"alay eets
,ork. 1Uit March I., I tiumleaaa(IWh~lv bad he~u In public
I quietly colebrate 1:0p-ejffe $lk(# 147. Ili, wasborn In'
birthday, M atIA*lf -%lk N this ell) AAig ., N. 1'4L lkuuNO tjl
BSeed 1h. twe ri'o",i noUr josw'iiit aeti 1A 1 %if,,n Dr i.
imt--ivinrth pqrude .4- i ,ii' ~u itfllIwbt'll N S lia IvAa1t
Lalos. th~ouaghipa" i*I:411v. j rt nAl gi-nauttath.'r vace 11. (4111,1116 la W.
r# ,"ias And 100. Is 111119 %4r a !d oaore~. WI 1 'a'ni Ptiviitivy. lIf'
sida) and abomb.: i k ,"gislumtectat law &tIf u Iladi 0~i4S.
opirlis. .III$ po~tivai cartor 1AN014 eeI'lhis~
44%) Iuirl US hire .'1 *'Mrsie l eo'r'tlanto e.thee hmiw' .,' ol do -lo'u' Iiiof
shildrt-n came evor i irin- to Mry l.lItiatile tir f 1 %40'-4.1K,
spendi t,110 day WA(h asine wh~vicotui- he' 'hovt ne'rdoarly
tjldsioel a mzulltsil, 1 i~rovo0ut ee .ry oUlt'ivIn t11W&Alt0( til ea i'c'ple
31waii4xidtbait IJI'rhirtgn c4.aof hiln State'.
will &exi the ts6i iier pit'w,-____
Wgraiulatory tekK -ill TRIP AROUND WORLD.
0 not fo~ltso we:: I~ n rtyI
said11 tl (11"011# '1 s l Alabamai Woman Has Stonted on Trip
11 thetw I(ibb of the 1II.C'504)(i That Girdles the Globe..
eay ,Why Iltoa it tinletvi, ik-eatisr, A!&,, March I11.--%Mrs, 1,01.1
ay than I have s 'i In Past I&Stalimid W:14ie'r, c4-fIw'let-aur Iofl
I feel tiue. to bazt t, I be' ?aon~layv at'r ip lii) iutact 11wworld.
wo In wuoh butte';i'lYifirti ictu'Shwill tit, ntioent lntaiout Con e pJ.
than I bays beoo I aa Islini, Mra. WIi;lvr awnt rrom tDcatur io:
Il.. (.'hiriijo, %'to- .9, %Ili i-'sti,4 a few
ovelead hb" undO" "'ll 41Y lVst &-1% 9 stIm he'111-1 ,%atgo" toe tolcni
val tit flesh, bsit ltnt Iat eifti )rjantto-ia c*, (! At 14n ITraar'Iwco
iiay that lehe e toisI ve bc; i ho *will all for Illowului. and froni
his he t144abow fa fr souPivhis piacriNile will ii edireet to Mol-'
ibot te L~tof~l eucetsin lurne. Auvhrala, where voh. will
abot henal(,ofl uetios'v~-I y lt atie'ns lot a fe'w wneek. Vhoul
pamirsitlic pwy?" )Jr. C(10" tab 1e riturvs hoint, aso *llM eume b
Uked. the way of the elmsa cabnal. on thisl
Ida It plaftathait he did not trip ul'. will vilailt India, thbe Orient and
acme. polltifeel Innife. "I Jo many other rossistrise of Tekaaedworld.
Irhat I Could lay that will bt. M~rv Wilder huts traveled quit. ex-
Interes ." be %slid to Otto of teriuleeiy duriing the p&as few )varv.
is. I oe he.s, 14ieuimaneay straftvevoti.
01 parts of the, ravalry con. t .it l the wtprid, Ivoluding the Kbuua
ry t..llujems. err pouring Is. like rvolkmn.
rer Mr. (ie~elr"l Appears Ilk--'
r of theihotel i upIs 411 oneib WILLIAU A. COURTNE~y O AL).
rfrialds wishing t0 shake'
It& kin. Wae Mayor of Charleetoin, S, C. Our.
- rIng safthquehs.
WfT AM` ELIECTEOD. (oltsambts, 85C. U, March IS -W1'i
-oginemAshamued V04rumly. of this city.
Ugekasmth" Again 110covee MdiedTusefysdaytbit athis born.. Mr.
voqwtlmk01IgMajeefp. Coirtasoy Was s, of the beetknows
vrot. Marchh .i~er"W~elle of tIe city. He was set1
1liy, the village h l*n bek oty-elebgt gYomold
Potkas. ea" of NewYorkl~'s lifewas meiapr of Chasele.Ws b 1079,
smar suherbe. 'was e osmed dolisotmuh IWra ~redissooag lb
of Mhe viliap Tvft&Y ffr city remas admse. VUs g heuo
time by The larsest lmajoirlty of the grvsleat uthilhe sebbaas loses
Ora receded. Iis ISWi. beho hd bpau ofthe eroo
"m e. aed wrhds of the V11-:001ed forofn 1 terelief th" "gap
Is an 406volastle0 paow1 onf -


'lI all l.a;ail OeuillnuU tof 1Po'wron,
N. J (* ipeip 4i illa. who turdelore4
,'lathet, ".- It.aniltchi at thi aiitar of
St. Ksat Va...i t'the);el cliaroh I lthis
clt) whiIt, el da >l.ack ptllpl,"cy on
Lho piv., of l d.leiparture tr fOe weat.
Willthhi lx iIuiati )uou wlli h* r of
a iIurdTI ti li: 1 lla .1t o io t tie tr ild ."
Mid he. \1':o )n over the wiru came
tho nunws of ithe asas.ination lu Des.
vi r. the otilmaiti, i'trickln with terrf r,
re,'icateed ti, v orA. of the nman.
father I~um4)ite 'learsnt hat iPtMke
wnither he Jo)lrryed with te body
of the l'ad priHes, was tIufotmid 4o
the Inturview vshich Alta had with the
sonaln. , mad*e. li returned to Dtwver 1THs'
day night ith news that miy put
the p)olico ni. the train of a blool their'
t)y batd of anttl.clerials.
.i'tir Itaeeblits learned that athler
ieo> had Informed certals priests to
Chicago Ollie tlia ago that to hbad
recu4ved threatening ettets. The wrL.
tore declared they wousid kill him be
caul'e of hit denuewlatis of asaroby.
Iearch ls now teonag made aim
te eoffctsl of VSMhor law for thobe let
lre. .------..
RILKYS OL0D WIMMING4 HOL.-

Attempt to Deetrey Ift idontlty De
fated in IndMita Spreme ouCfl
thilegr, Marefh 19,--A *tfAtd t*
the Tribune frin Indlasapoli. lid.,

TIe attempt to oevert brawrdwtie
ree late o a dte46, thus estreltg the
eot4 1ty of the "el4 wimmil1 9'le'
whit a Jos Whtoomb tilery ll
mide fawiw s la see of his poemU us.
de tt title, was defeated by a de
ciglg tie seprpiee Deit.
The alSw met was started by eitll
seas of OreoMeld. sad w*a bitterly
oettm by ethers, D[. Rtley Idn
0ll4 toee o .S l16emeW to preveOt
ft. d0t6 eio of his t l le boy.
The fart hoibe that he strea s *e
d he eoSN4 lorll*m 41c 141 1 '41"
toe so htyy for K h "t bMe
made APpa." hi the pitirs.
R .0 A -***
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After Three Days' Wok iembms
SWi return to T9 hfi am :

FINE SPEKCHS WWEE MADE

Among the Speakers Were Hen. J. N.
C. Steekton, Hen. Jeffereson rewne
and Othre OWisffers leooted.-Hoead
quarters panged to Jaoksnvllle.
Thirs4y's sessions of the Btate
Aa tSaloon League were Intoessly In-
f tharosaut. The mornfau
de opened at 10 o'clock, with deo
S voUlnal services y Rev. W.. Poster
of Alachua. President Nixon then In-
troduoed Hon. Jefferson B. Browne of
Key West. Mr. Browse discuied
S "The Need of National Legislation and
WHy." Thia was probably the great
e.t speech delivered during this con-
ventlon and that It was a delight to
Sh. audience was shown by applause,
which interrupted the speaker every
few minutes throughout his address.
Mr. Browne is always a pleasano
speaker, but on this ocaosson, within
f audience thoroughly in sympathy with
him a subject to which he has given
wI se thought-. matter, the impof-
m *e of which rests upon his heart
as one of the most important confront.
lag the people of the Etae-was at
hI beet,' anud he thorouhly aroused
and enthused the oconvontion upon the
S object 6f St4te prohibition.
Mr. Browne was followed by Mr.
LAwrence, with an instructive address
0 "F'leW Day; What Is It? and Why
it Should be Hoeld." Mr. Lawromce's
S dress was brimful of helpful sug.
S eetions, born of a lare experience la
prohibition work, and will no doubt
be helpful to the work In this State.
"Agitation and Publio Sentiment
Building" was ably discussed by Rev.
W. J. Carpenter. Mr. Carpenter's
i many friends In the city were de.
lighted to again have the opportune*
It of hearing him. He was for four


- WEAK WOMEN


'i


A Letter of Inter st toZ any, in
GaletifUlo.
After a very long and trying experi-
ence, Mrs. W. C. Park' of Jackson.
Michilan, writes a friend 1,P follows:
"1 have been sick and all nrwown for
more than a year. I took all kinds
of medicines that were recommended
by friends. I was In such a nervous
condition that I could not beast thei
slightest noise, and so weak that I
could hardly/walk up stain. A friend
dvlsed me to try the cod liver propa.
ration. Vinol, and I did so with
wonderful results. My weakness and
nervousness are all pose, I can walk
any distance, and have gained very
rapidly in strength and fle8h. I aM
writsn you of my experience In order
that you may advise anyone whom
you know is suffering as I was what
to take."
This Is only additional testimony
In regard to the value of our cod liver
preparation, Vinol, which we have so
unhesitatingly recommended to the
people of Oainesville for the last few
years. Vinol Ito not a patent medicine,
but a cod liver preparation made by a
sclentfle, extractive and concentrat-
Ing process from fresh cods' livers,
comblntag with peptonate of. iron,
which Is a nood"l constituent for the
blood, all of the medicinal, healing
and body-buildins elements of ood
liver oil, but no oil:
We ask every person tin Oalnesville
who Is run down, nervous, debilitated
and every aged, feeble person to try
Vinol on our guarantee to return
money It it falls to give eatlefaction.-
W. M. Johnson, Druggist, Gainesville,
loritda.

snce. Dr. ledd and the faculty are
speelally anxiouss to have the ctl.-
sees come and see what ts being done.
and note the rapid Improvement of the
University from the time Iround has
bees broken for "the new State
school."
Onests will be shown through the
grounds, and all buildings, including


years pastor of the Methodist church the rooms and quarters of the stud-*
her, and Is today one of the most ents, will be thrown open for Itpee-
popular preachers of the State tion, so that everyone can soe bow a
The afternoon session was one full "University professor" and d "Unil*
of latrost. The devotional exeroiose versity student" fares. t
wore eedueted by Rev. Mr. Thrasher
of Ml-anopa THE VAN AMBURO SHOWS.
la the absence of the secretary. -
Rev. M. A. Clots of Key West was Large Crowd Was Present at Both I
delted oeretary pro-tem. Entortalnmeits Thursday.
"The Methods of the Uquor Men in One of the beat circuses ever visit-
Prohibition Eleptioms" was the sub- iqp Gaineaville was the Van Amburg t
joet of an address by Rev. C. C. Car show. which exhibited in this city
roll, of Ocala. Mr. Carroll Is a 1 bursday. afternoon and evening, to ,
humorous speaker, and kept his aIdli delighted audiences. o
Oea smiling while he revealed the This was the first appearance of the b
maer to which the liquor element Van Amburg shows here, but those t
defeated the prohibitionists In old who witnessed It said it was as good
Marion of the kind as ever seen here. The t
A pa er prepared by Rev. 3. A. show is clean refined and up-to-date t
NIarrison on "The Use of Temperace tin every way. There appeared to be "
Literature." was read by John P. an absence of the usual grafterss"
05a6 of tho, and discussed by a w ich follow a show of this magal- t
aher of mmboe of the isague. ttu. as the management of the show I
in the evening the devotional r" does not allow them. I
Ies wer opened by Rev. M. A. The performance. from the begin-
Closts of Key West, whiheb was fto nl to the end. Is clean and rfnaed. I
owei by an eloquent address by He. and those who attended were delight-
Christophbe Matheson along emsral ed to wit eM a ctrcu of such a clea
tse. Col. Matheem was followed by nature.
Rev. .W. J. Carpeuter. who took the
place of Governor Broward, who old No Ca en Rterd.
not be here. There tos no easm ee od of a
Elaetlon of omoorcough or cold re lthis tin pa-
The efotewiag oflkr wer elected or comB apto after oley's Hosey
durlag the day for the following year: sad Tar has bees takes. as It wtU
President. Hoe. J., Jones. A.res Spp sou ghs d S bak up yar
dts: A. I Stevesa. Jacktsoville. fint cold quakly. Reofue ay but the
vtlo-presidest; Rev. J. 1 ibl7., Pea. geila. moe y's Honey and Tar Is a c
saeoka. secod vielprident; Dr. A. yellow package. Ccltalas mo epolatO
16 tolar. Oc la. third vkee-pretdet: a ndto saf sad sur. J. W. McCoUe m
Rev. J. H. 4lkhardsoe. Ocvla. oro Ca
try. Rev. W. R. Lambert. Onallevi. ---
suprlntendeut: Rev. Irooks Law Death of Capt. Rice.
S litrulngham., Ala. general s alpt. W. R ick formerly a ree"-
Palt.or I dent of Arrvd4o*od but for several
JSed oville was selet d as the es rWid ast s ydney, uear Tam-
a-mal headquarters. that polat be. died at hbi home o b the
a aeessible ltha nanIy otheraM i ithil. he tluuwel will be hed
the tat. tat Arredooda oUay at I p. B
S a, the aetaing was a- Mr lIce had a larSW ho M of tori
= ae well attended. and et I th i city atd county who sill re-
good it attiqllted as a r5eelt of the ar~ ti ts Wert% of his dethb
conrelnftue. -
PILtl CURED IN S TO 14 DAYVS
UNIVaISITY OPIN HOUIS. ...... ,... ..-.. ...
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to pool cTku veig

lb. CVIAersfthlthIS erealag thM '"
It, &%% 4.' 'Olmrk 'abet It Is hoped thal
a rtaid cro"d WiNbe icesat
lntltatume furthis famotn baif
been sat OneWut". wft ueito lA"
thot mvome vii ru kmthe

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car* 4w) case of h'.AWLn&8IlW. Rle*d' 1
In~g or lpr)jnutmR tleeIvo s ito 14 daysp
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M 8peolal Value to Many Here In
Galneeville.
A notable medical d41covery and
nme that appeals especially to many
People Ina Oainesvill o Is the combina-
dlo of stomach remedies In the Mi-
Mta treatment. This preparation
las worked wonders in cases of Indi-
Bestion or weak stomach.
It sact specifically upon the walls
if the snamach and bowels, strength
mina and stimulating them so that
they really take care of the food that
s eaten without distress or suffertns.
8o positive are the good effects fol-
lowing the use c Mi-o-ns that the
remedy is sold by J. W. McCollum
& Co. under an absolute guarantee to
refund the money if it falls to cure.
With an offer like this, none can af-
ord to suffRr with indigestion or
stomach troubles. A 50-cent box of
Mi-ona will do more good than Lalf-
-dosen boxes of ordinary digestive'
ablets.

COTTON USING HELD.

N. A. Thomas of Alachua Says a
Thousand Sales Are Yet Unsold.
H. A. Thomas of Alachua was In
the city Wednesaa'
Mr. Thomas is not only an exten-
live farmer, but raises a great deal
of cotton, and, being Independent.
holds his goods until the time he
thinks the price Is right.
"There are a thousand bales of cot.
ton in th.' Alachua warehouse and
he Alachua section now, he said.
"We have made up our miuds to keep
mour cotton until we can find somebody
t pay tie right price, and I am thank-
'ml to say we are all sticking to.
rather."
Mr. Thomas released a few balee of
bis own cotton a few days ago, how.
ever, as be secured the right price.

MR. PRINDLS'S FUNiRAL.

Ladl to ** Thuresay Aftorneoo-Im
presM ve Tempatr Cerem alt
The funeral of W. Priadle. who
was found dead sear Paradlse Wed-
eeday. was bld at I o'elok Tuer-
aY aftrusoos. Rev. Prancts Crighill
of Holy Trtaity Epiopal church
olktatlnag
The funeral was eoaducted uader
director of the Klghbts Templar. of
which deceased was a member. aad
was well attesied by friends.
The remains were cosveyed tol
the private eeometry. where an e
put vault was provd evnral years
agW and ar*ad wheih the last mad
rties %ore raed

To Pere mew Voet reach.
ew Tor~, March 1. -a eI
Ity with a Ulr ttoe apesed at a Wa
tkmal c,,r.~.etl4A of u zios la
S*... - r* prl-aro **tet"
wVe Sk' '" Th# T"*s'i ftru a
N* VY' ASi o a wn'a tr1Iaee
dIrf'er f0 t e ACerf an* rrd4--
tioa oC1 SW A 0 a M
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THE STREET m DAVENPORT

W.e invite every hotis,'kti per tvs'camll'andixiine the $tn'it Davenprt,
lTWq-tlw' moo.t ji'rfect Com ~i'I illti 'ilw's I*- 4' ''ters 'I I o te tii'mbliic. Uphol-
stetr"'I in Firlt-A-Imo marine8~r -- 41 ,ovoI -pIriniN in wa:t ain' back. making the'
most cumifortai'l. I p I y i a i iuagw. 1,114. s'eit i is, 1 like othe; -al
141 IDavt'npeixi l i- it im couiplet..
'I Tnt' I N" (ri.4C~ir,- itlr %it-nm -f :vr ~i-.ri,ct.
CtW IN'1%P ElXF\4INY Tl-TII So end lit-r'*i-tit tyleoe on ex-
hlii ., l'rievo very h-4-1141 aml r I.. r A 6.ar-i to

Re GoASW *it, 103 Enst I 1-1
ar. t* "Ie I call ot?'n y-mi wit~i -amp""'- 4iphol-tory. eut.4 of differetmt dyes,
l'Tim's and all information nt-mmrry.



Cordc WOOd

shw big mos h"ir trlow"
$450 jper etiel of pinesoandpeulirev~mi. f3ZS;w-Tcoralof pine FAt 'l~rWSitY
1.100 lr comof leayiwow~l, 'r ~vi I prerihrluod at4Uiv'aty
lttut~imin 'onshotw~- f,'ir larre 'gmxiitie"..
Phone Orders to Auditor Univer~ity, or see Capt. Cox
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MRIL. AMMIS AT HOML

Well Peasd With Gatneevill and
To es He Met Here
3. I. Lanimis of hew Canaan, Con..
who spent several' days hen as a
SUMt of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Sanders,
and who was delighted with .wbt he
saw heMr hu returned to his hb m la
t1 bMt. where be has agala settled
dm to business. Mr. .immis au-
Tived In New York safely Friday
l#Kt, going via Clyde Line, and was
met ta that city by his good wife.
Mr. sapunis writes to Mr. Baunders
to the .ect that everything be saw
In VlidsU "suited him right," and
th0t o would never forget the hospl-
talft eozteided him here, as well as
the gr 'fields of Alachua around
tahtville.
Miss lorence ammnnls, daughter of
Mr. Usmmis. is still here as a guest
of MIls Alice Thomas, and declares
that she Is no well pleased that she
will not leave until she is "conm-
polled" to do so. If Miss Thomas and
her estimable mother, Mrs. Saunders,
had their way, they would be willing
It she became a "real resident" of
OsaineevUle, as they do not desire to
see her leave. MIss Bammis has been
qult4 an addition to society here, and
all will regret very much to see her
laeve.

NOTABLE MEDICAL DISCOVERY


-OM- literal PIf t m*e
after Whig hIs meld-N,
Wlakler, who bre~t to Cooper a
tapewos that pove d to be eve
malmt S-I toi lmgth. Mr. Wiakler,
ChK-am.d Ua d to y of h upe-
raie: oD ve year I baw bs
aore or i smpalne I ve had
u ev, he----s and any food that I
would at would aaeate me. I would
r Bdramk td would appear be-

a my rh w s tot over and
rWisacg qBlely I woeld tired most
oI the teo; p tactI had no life In
mt to speak o h lat M ve years.
I trile aw l fteasttsi an:d 1 o
wvm^ Vbefi ^Va and^^^B^ Aw ^ bod ast


meatmest m 4 bauas m al I
MNpse g d dm in otry
lto do 1i a "badug - I oa ewo
ida, thm awful m e my
systal.I Io nul= l
amd I attoto WayM i t tarmI
thank Mr. Cooper a hdmet time for
what bib medi m dm fo m. I"
would Mt take $5M 4 hav that
thing back in my umA 6Wlm.
Mr. Wnakler tis a fatir amo of the
experience of many darlatC Oper's
stay in Chlmego sad this ao doubt
helped to asoount for the mormous
sale of the Cooper pwpaStim In this
city and others, nmr tly valted by
the young man. .
We seil and wil be piaeed to
explain the. Coo I pmparUona.
-. W. Mcollum Oa


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COeo. L Taylor of Ocala. senager
O( the Ocala Pibmtnut Company. a
del ate to the AnUalo Leaguoe,
S wa a pleasant \ iltr to The 4uirbftfe
yesterday.
S T. Perrymaa of Campville. ,e
of tthe lead4tg c tlse of the Ist
End. waa i the tity yesterday. sad
had his uatae placed on The On
list aq a subserlo r.
Friend of Mrs. Helen Chesnut. who
has been quite ill. will be graUMed t
the information that her condttlom J
muc Imtproved, and that she witl ioma
rqeb her normal health.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wfllwams as
baby of Treaton were among thoeo
who spent yesterday In thisto tl.
Mrs. Williams left In the aftermooaor
Mkesmopy. where she w U be theG
of Mrs. 0. Gay for a few days.
Orino Izative rWalt Syrup tI a mew
remedy, an Improvement on the laza
Uve of former years, as It does et
Iripe or nauseate and is pleas nt .
take. It Isa uarnteed. J. W. Me.
Collum & Co.
W. E. Kite of Waldo was amomg
those who spent yesterday in this city.
Mr. Kite states that the posto ee has
been moved into the new Tillis build-
ing, nearer the center of town, abd
that Postmaster Atwater is being gen-
orally congratulated for the change.
A severe cold that may develop Into
pneumonia over night can be cured
quickly by taking Foley's Honey sad
Tar. It will cure the most obstluate
racking cough and strengthen your
lungs. The genuine la In a yellow
package. J. W. McCollum & Co.
Miss Clifford Faircloth has return.
ed to her home in D)othan. Ala.. after
a pleasant vsitL of a month as the
guest of her brother. Chas.. A. Fair,
cloth. Miss Paircloth has made many
friends here by her clever, amiable
disposlUou, and all regretted very
nmuc'h to .er hr lhave.


Endorses


Marion Harland :
"COTTOLBNM is now so well ad favorably khow ail widely
ueed that it mmed no word of introduet e or c- danM from me.
The aem eminent of American cbhei Jmtly ys that t 'I -e.wS
am dedakabi qualities of lard without tMhe bjectlJo a le atures inher.
GtI al products obtalinedfrom .wim.
"C'ITTOLRN the *delimble' sbattute. is purer, emm lel, hf.,,1
sad mme mcica theas rm"
When Marion Harand, one of the best known and
m0Nt reliable food eofxper o he day, recommends
(X)TTOLBI in uch glowing and unqualified terms,
you may be sure of its purity and healthfils.


Cottolene is Guaranteed
pleased after having given COTTOLENE


Cottolene


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COTTOLENE is made from pure Cotton Seed oil
refined by a special process. Because it contains noth-
ing but healthful ingredients, it cannot help but make
healthful food. It produces light, crisp, easily digested
pastry, doughnuts, cakes, cookies, bread and biscuits.
It is economical, too, one-third less being required than
of either lard or cooking butter.

Prove the merits of COTTOLENE to your own
satisfaction by a personal test. It has always been
granted highest award wherever exhibited in competi-
tion with other cooking fats.


\We' hereby authorize your grocer to
ret ,onl your money in cacs you're not
i !.iI test.


Never Jold in Bulk COTTOI FN' is packed in pails with a: patent
air-tigbt t,,p. t,, keep it clean, fresh Ild whole.
some; also td prevent it from absorbing the ds.agrecuble odors of the grocery,
such as fish, oil, etc.
SFr. F., ,We *hall be ,l il to send any hoiqcwifef.or n two.-
ok Book renstamp,Fouri, ,cw 'PURE FOOD CO BOOK,
edlited and compiled by Mrs. Mary J. Lincoln author of the famous Boston
Cook Book." Address-


THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, CHICAGO


Nature's


Gift from


? Mr. and Mrs UGorge Taylor and
Mn, Hal., were In th.e city yesterday,
having come to town to spend the day
with friends. fr. Taylor Is one of ....
the most prominent men in the cou- until the next camillgn. an e ha -
ty. and bha been favorably spoken of been lndlspoaed, and does not foel in UR IT
as a member of the Legislature. but position physalcay to make lthe rarce
i s "so modest" that he will not con- Mr. and Mrs. J. )'. Hlnet and their
S ent to run. charmiln little daughter. Miss Ernis- *- -
The Itev, John M. Kelley AIllI be. tine, of Loutlville, Ky.. who Whae been t veryoue In Oalneavllo i
gin a irles of serviccs alt the Ad- nere for the tpat two or tree weeks 11it the campus, field. a4
Syent Christian church tonlint. mild we ai guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thoa. S. of the Unlversity and lMu
feel sore the people fd (lainesville Ilorey, have retuned to their home. tion toobIt IPriday, Marc
will be pleased to take advantage of They wrn accompanied as far as 7:3 to 10:30. Ftee mcon
the opportunity to hear him while JacsonvilU e by Mr. lorsey. who bade begin to run from the a
i here. Services will begin tonight at them good-bye with a reat deal of square to the Ulalverilt) a
7:30 and will be continued turday arand will contula to neal
night. Sunday anornin and Sunday Waatd, Order for lAinber-Any- tripe for the next hour a
S night. one llvingl In latsaellie or vicinity The ely visitors will
W W. Stri.,ling. traveling rpre- who lateads doing any bulldlon to thM aVn dt and building ili
sentatl'v of the C. II. Van lliunn ('om- near future shobMl order their lumber will have a opportunity
pany, wholesale grocers, JackMsnvill,. at ones. ror the eat thirty day the stadent DBrassl ntl
was In th.* city ) yesterday. Mr. Strip- the JPok lather Copany will glve 7:0. he the trumpetr
lipg Is oun of the mount widely known speelal terms before movng their the "Call to Quarter." in
traveling r ni.i I the Stat lie was mill further from town. When order ba rrack will be throw n o
thinking seriously of running for 8tate lag address P. O. 1o 131. or call" *epti*
Comptroller. but ban decided to watt Bock's residence over eat lorkida At 8:80 the trumtetrs
--- .- -- ------j 'phone. Dock Lumber Company. the "IReleas from Quart
nest har und a eart,,r a
Mr Newman of Washington. I. lor aa quarter
the program arranged. wil
ispetor of ILntlted Stt ten d oam o
and 1 arveyor-men ala' omaee.a afteWr abat o e
a veral days spent li thl is ty, has
gonme to Mostlaoery. Ala. Mr. New-w eos. ,
ma. while be had n oths t say for IWla o b maI
ill. M plfmetetd thie s rea of the hapel to
IvlUe ofe very MIhly, tatlteingI that
arCld the greude.
RegMtr Chuhb and Receiver Warren
"were ao to their ub. to ae the ., :4 m wi
presr. He also comlime"tsst d
Clkft Wat.wright and the other nmoM toid te t l
bees of the lerial o orre em their Oa t sv1 aOW n. Tbr a
anL which be deClared was eli all ed
Sc. wrreI be d to atwwer N
L W. Kalbtg of Cadilla w asa Is Onerelg e tlvers.f.
ma Ain l aa a thle lty yererday Mr. Kal ghti la* IA I:0As e tr*umi**i*
I Srsat HInd t ral atsa f ptt__o__ r __ ___ I
S-s b- -.- t -..;, me of ot M.6 May. who bad (tL
Wo -in to ", so o mea"sd A s Ahte hoe e a" e
With at( r-y War and nnmiWt- of the eanrgetsa at ores Orowe oam lr. r w rra .yf Ut th4e
Citing lneiry. thA plarr. s t of ma The ilm or aexts a m
lia* fk b s hi -r all or0tr., s w m 1M. wt me td t o W 0. to l
parwit if y-*; hr y' wr" and Mr. KiSh A rl ess, as t aW W11y aS ouaw r* |
tho oe v as in In.N a A it Onr w POPOW ^r 1 M4 6 ewsm vwo allt 1
dimpiyf W t. miw uaIdme may t so eai t the -mferiity frme a
Mr Katgs as (tUlaee. wImo B

So""Wf ode e a t at t he
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i,,I.,t s Neow and UpDate Hotel
Ah 241 fr)m
v ,te.s wil, Ev.'frytlainig tirt-clns4. llatli fre'o. Timo traveitli g man'
ourt hou- rtre'ut. liateo $2.5I 11id11 up.
It 7 o'clock
. frqut JAMES VAN ALLEN, PROPRI ETOR
gd a half,
find the
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J.,'',", *. O. a ... mm. 11 01 0 1owrM. ,s ..ess ata, rn b',a .s eaIest f.ora
od T......aseaPa atda t e o a, 'nto ad tto bo regrettedO that
a ... ........ se whoM body be has octn a ov-t fd ofAy o c
" "P'" prer "da"ly f or the di&4at ud em4 r to bnmtrcb l t
S4 twT .... 0* m QuSaiwillSd past sih weekoso t tAnother. Let's have
W -- The man w---*by y tratrain 9 I.ni a l s lt. --it -k I dtota.
; ta t' *in. N o s 6 al ost4 wtebo .y t the bubotee* hes cr tw e .6hw lb
VPX6 6the >bTand s ondetae awsrpew it,o a&m sat feota bltr lo% e or fit rei.t

Pu MlI rv for brok, con s -

!, n udvuuI^,o ms ha. bnof 5 3n n, o tat n f at 4 ot. L S at. A hiwl IoVt I. am
fihaR waedmdy ot a m ahave ed la1d butpoiatutoue f ooregs we
r -n ebe sy Ie p eas ee he theo r bashe w so allg psow that Jo111t0h10Ma fta Mg- o yo


asM~int all tnert ame the sh. 0 l e thenl idy.e *usOy Ihis iOt napreotaU' cble
i1 sii s*. i.. iu t hat bs gO elMot wM Se to t t ber ooad b te o
er es3.ans..cus ..s pis -l u tfr-to uar a 0i or..the aploea not $o ~sh pt os- ad
t rdh o vot. The e tangr ew toes ttht dor ,onslid to residents t
Alf, 94113 Ard"1usONas"wIs ms'* h of a qofr et as tooh. A of antanto. This wi rem-it to I an I

ir, pitd Weve s adb stee fANOTHiR ANARDor M. oo i po oow that Jo s -stokton hma "o __.e
I s Y" .t.n 0 U Wadertakl tahe job.t aeOli then thr buy- hs own aItwest f or Gove- O T I
*I m kiI once a wak. thee se4" and ourt tIne woods W. .
-- .down 1f 1" a- hdqu*tn search, will pre of vote. Tny atelsn. tt I MI L. A. 1I"Ia *SIIIs
42 oM l ftlg M e mes des aft*r *A ANOTH09 CANARD. Mr. teektod i n possessed of gret *no n ,ed na
w 'J o -- r Iy n is hard to beat In whir. W aiirM ,t
4 rtopals. boN is All the Most w e oplsho Invat wad amoiUMgn. e
16" Auser sit "n ya PTWp, ore of the worowedd poleal o. ---- TA IT NOW I
gt o *t Vhese&s p. utravaiansas e MM to hi settled The sriloa SIllnessof senator W. J.l
^ A~kIs far behind many of the Their ilt"t canard is that the United vi on his part d"ri the conteste sfI
4T0 eonati so far as the crop of Stat to aboet to ll the Pht tppne ow on ftor his e at JakIn hll tor- al y
Sadldatev tis eoaronN. Islands to ra. The smeda of tue be and histo aatly have the T. .M U. A.
S.. the baotttle6 @t to the ?aedt has to ympathy of the hole people of the .
the woos around Oalevlle are fa. parts Iteatve Sapota ay the Best
rfor t o people. "will o to M I a a preaLeave ainesonTh old t.e for iranelnop barracks, Fairfield and o-
| I *s=atry moasitr tt oea Japaa nhdold be. bsv ben transferred by % BO
Th sa tIrsadvnteordsta, be au of ad ooT e trrtaefdO wat the dew for te e Natal overamt to the state -m
4 1y h. boolmsateistt and potency Pilpp dl. ed. B The- ovmt, and Woill shortly Retrnin, e inevill..co............... 4:25
d trate of these" s p. Uni tate t nothing and aerte La aot, nd all points Notorth 6tat:00 p renal.
ogepylo adtmin.ta tAll t would propose to e
., dit 'ap rtaml Over the Ph uplI.as" to t a. "You n.d a well etin e ine fromlle ................ 9:0p
T5h ortame bMooln to said to be ao tender erotoe of 0Geaany woud an *elm"as to expect to find enterprise
s'.eavy y ths y, and The Or- dofd Its poUti alt boo to lls. about .p-t Spt. tenessof aey Md a r.
t Rportstar y the crop wih lo its ear. L tore that does not show entrlpr ise In I ECTIV FBRUARY 16, 1908.
b ai tht latat asleoo the e r. o tis i'ts ad s heverttais po
Tom' Dantoak Bran Inflormsht to e Ginevillg for Micanouo Fairfield and lo-a
The 1 is pleased to note that The that It a on r wa-tve Ok very vlt on thls o et alot s many neor o air an
Wir OR Daily peoerathas rmBad amble ltormation dthe frttokr tips on plote to Asasnacteno his as cal points South .................... . 9:30 am
V# orgtal term of iogt pamea. The questleo, they should ow, to Cow* some ame do on the rnowReturning, amTe Gainesville ................. 4:25 p m
pq plra Ive Oak aoulda lrboty, mi.tsoalr eHU for a op y of the d .. -
be ir eoxellnt ltcal a*w&* janory mambr of The Buttin whi ANOTH11 1WONDER OP 801WNC0. Leave Gainevlle for Sampson City, Palatki,
'""p __I ___ datalop state C-milt RoRa's annual Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 p.r
report. AU ii wtwi eal t ot i a l be a u Proved thawtdeemt1Returning, arive Gainesville .... ............ 9:30 p m
t In don't "Just happen to prom postal card, and the Information Is
t h Myd e Lwre-as fe ar told that dworth dollarsAnd lots of th o t'" A L .. E. Barke, Til e Ar.
O' Woo med to.i For *tetivi tadvintt- atvery farmer to the netatle Amople esalo ,t donrI wo a dm t d ar to .t. Lv SOimuvO
11 011bo whis tt ,I1ts.aed with all other thingit cootalaW a numbAr k 10eta6t610as wlla sto mchates ***a
ys, does't ast formlefor home ourtU-srs. whoe o eu"- -" -o BB r AA A Rth t
S*youopayNtax.Cytarewpayinthforlthtd |preparmtio a herqeteor proved& sea
i. tIforomaton, and Ye oabtt to gotarse ) ef utul Nwbres HTepliife wa.s 9 OAI Ou I S i L`0
It ds plead, to note the rapid In- what you pay for.-Uve Oak De s e .n-.,sa p l .sp.


it M SonfusubsrperlnandNtt.as aree that *serm that as
bf fyi'r-e n's shcription tit Orot. an r Peo ( by digIng late the N os No. 4
tnmvoltan tsolettt., Mr. i. w o D. l.--a popto set at oftr eo hatf e wht. e *Scsi o sTATIoNs haaMae08
Sea doiog good work a this litan Three yr alo eand more. October r gels thevvitality;erotthouteghg AM. ----
"th "hdr uadAnally.baleonesseWith. AN AMFP M IrPill PillIAN
Se value of the paper as an ad 71. 04,. the Democrats, of Massachw- *utda druffAhairLitnrew mtny. L MArrivew Arrive Ay& Arrv
ttis mdattlm is daily loe reasin. itt, at the covention whweb noml. It 0s the only Betroyr of 01 ndrna rff A ris Ar 0 ....... Ue o l e .....e...1a P0 t Lhet





gol bylwngagt" 1 primaryw Lcam by.. a lage ma8or1t0. Tody othe lot '
Sna t Wtaml Le. Dtta the for tove oe d rt*T a I r a NAr Ar
Is stawmpo fof rteo zer*npty. 8 Syre Ara.toearonJonetise ...... iS 4B48OAEDDT
Hos. John N. C. 6ftockton. the lead-.nor, d kd thastt Rootei t's woarm eld* CS.. Detf K. < Tl l e Ar t A t& A .4.'....1... ........ LIs. L. a0 S 9 loe S ag andidate tar t ornor. wast a we. waas f df woper, and that his caer Twsmd oests atd $1.0 ry A Az .. a, po_pra._ JLT I T s-0
Si b to toav4ll l week. a t. at 4 e i declara. A a yee a w P& t for n mitt o sed fro Uwe Oak ad Prr. ad N

w1 +1 0 Ate"r0a otis gW0 at the com Massachuoetts w normally RepubH*. VS O AS.'
e1 ma-p r int hem._ esa nby a large majority. Today Ubr he
mpjTrig t of the eroepodOf the eathtle
SThe rei hbtteM? lae tlgd by e sadagansy ath prigres to endor- tha .-

t G1 oo ebes or namie A Wawdo omapendent a-th I
the dt**Wi n( the easee of e. W. CUetoa tor County care SAVNNA, CLk^ IACAMENvSOU

Kewir 1-11 witthe mad wade ake an rieolNtNe TaENgNo R I RICM D




thf n SeLeo hu was s that -,-- *n WASHINGTON, BAl'IMORE, PHIL.
.,,-- be We y" theo short .^, ,, ppg, ,. yy ,," -S-- ADELPHIA, NEW YORK.
ie te*l ittle ilnteret Il UttIe. The at "rand -- --il it .
eh tee.=rw s srd a ^ ^ Wqr State a~ear
'eat hearty w resentl .ml .,':"': N Tr aIegat Trains Daily:


40to 0Miami. The 900w Mtey arranwe joist Ihale. ft IS prob. m~ N SAOR ~UIALMTP
t"Mtoofel pro"udof bwhislursetad"able Ut hat WM IUbe 6de .darias the S&OR LRD IIW
9-Suft to the Everglaes srm. rw es W UWW SEBAR XPES
j ad- bl vafaresCOLies po""SEABOARD EMPRIS"
NOMin the raiy Ne asOU fien LL
the l UW4* e v Mho t ehe W# 9" Qolmw nired Doliar Soau m _______
MA a I.wFlorid.l aw" W ard for m awy m ae f kt that ra. .
cow Ume t heousdby- 11aft VaaftrkCCut*._______
theb mm & mdateaod10We 0 6a e50 bieItWeModern rPullmanEquipment
velll~ isat le ust U10c dlawIft l e0 1 v .OAso
WUINSOX%ISvIk4Wo& His nam" S3AARDhim IDA LfCWrcr)..g0able laamA
to J, W 3 5aki, aMd be is neeklas to boms VRam SN. "d fm wnlaft n K W R W II M T D 8MyH M OI O
lp totObAto e"eoutad 0"gatonisub&to N;,PvTtwk va3~l
40 lte a vesh r. In hisplaft oasbyle fiw* out any obtigatoss (adI&Doable
Isso eae nou ~.esatsIWALIMRMINO. NXAN & MARVIN. mob S$ Worn. amd OOL ..ae .AligMe
~It sw prubbIN owmA cimi tuntw~lia(- h ~1l*W a. a1LaIM jochmvin 15 .aiay
oug a at *e of 0Imeorw *bmwawl. wMg bwrtlv upiM theblood a"aab"A4vt triio a
e~eh~wisesto o e~Mr. 1K. NNW*" arawe of the sy*04qa.TOO*
~~m &ma p to wL-tu v'*ft botdm Sold bw all d4mru3nA kmtgow ~
-olt of politial k p P ,,dw- OISUUL. ~UA








M IhTells of MIi.
Fi r gaoer Sad Veefulnes.
E C un ,il . Mar 1%.-One of the
1 1-- f o Si t S toe"m anl Cnimp
So I Coopty arVk wil be held V. has pat, ovr Ith, river
tIn Fallabdo axt6 wd k' and O isreed" unas the shade. KII
11 .. P---n. fm l or "Or N t kth. aRt he
The fourth A ms al. power-boat re wa aled. p &e aUt t, tin th, morn-.
satta O Lake WortSh o Ipw under s ,of let* -Inulfd by his
fuH away. --- aIaorrowag-a- a- amvhfltl rie nds.
S e a k Board -lof Trade ha F I
ar .aged for the suof a lawr an rippsa Nwl i= gall that
amount of -aftt b ue h his devoted chitl.
m an .re d 4 fienie 1fkgered until
CUT irA P the abo OVED ITSt . dt1 e is r
Mr. Carrie Nation i sti ll avitor WaER L lF mto Itor wm atm t IFutch bury.
S ,Mto Ma. She is etremely busy ...... ....ad t New on the 17th,
S ring am dols er usal statess." s wrrAouded by hIb iled relative
-. .. o" l~r oY cort .4* tritu iids. The
Womer Dean. the policeman who a r f teAra l was eondat bon the real
melted Aldesean Mclver ti Ocals reM, deooe f ht oe s.a-ta W. M liitch.
eitly, ha bbeet, trd #ad bod or e Rev. W. C. Poster of Abthu'u omciat.
to the grand jury' (r aggravated a- s b t. The pall bearoe W Ion T. A.
$'a--H but --d not weo ktw a DOkl, Ca.L ptHi. C. Pribet, l in Holder.
Max Cams, a heav loser ti the wett w ee T o J. Hi. Mate and J P
Tampa fire, has brought suit against At P adb"Ptok Va i:operly
the water company for $31,OO0 0damt- *4ao Ice ao d thre" suteh Mr ol, y fou to
age. The water company will doubt- -s- c h ad three ya hs ld. voted to
len be the defendant In a number of tu 5rt" h" lre d hs cnp "
suits brought on the gro.pd that It, ti& ,boterae a lby dead but his memory will live.
. did not furnish suffcient water s=p- tn Ul- Ceaed *nd a \\ 1
ply. ,o ca*. se. These ""'e -
as Card of ThMnks.
The public schools of Duval county. aIL te 0 h Santa Tn, VIl., Marsh 1t w0 wiih
keeping apace with that great cora- w C h k d s MthroughtheMedium ri.
mercial and ldistrial plgess of the = Man o tu tmi oTd I
ei are enjod l temsrt Im No th Ic thank the good peoplet ofr Sita u F
eeton, are enjoying the moit proe-slQ0a fpr the kind favors sad Wt stancee
perous year In their history. 8Ota- Sop and rm n shown d ie Iln tan o dr
tstics In the oaee of Coaty pertn. 'shown to s during the ls of our
tendent of Public Instruction H, H. InH s and f"dt *- bplvio. father. We will use;lally
, Palmer sow tilt thre are nearly rem ostm 1. 1ists mention T. A. Doke, M UMa weid and
1,000 children now attending school gume 1ad Ja P. Pope, who wiue i srtirg in their
tIn Duval county. To be more exact, ]UN ?t 1m2 efforts to aid us in outa.a im'tian1..
there are 6.737 enrolled. W. I. BMITCl
M- t .MAaIA P. ,III.0,'..
1ive dollars a crate for celery &-&- &.tasl IAOr
sounds awful Mi. but that Ii the price utlXw I FATAL FAMILY AFFAIR.
that some Manatee ceery han been an I
sold for. Of course this priOe Is a daf omediam Ma iled. Tw Others Wound.
little above the average debut $8.J0 and VI a t ed at A an Tax.
$4 sales is the price beang received all T, 3 oTe h .-At
around. This is mighty good. and MftSI- *h rty ae lortbwes o
means between $3,500 and $4.000 an s lty Tuesday I4i Tom
acre for this toothsome vegetable. It Williams wase kiled i R. Wiie
the markets bold uap the Manatel said Blase 4tllts O a wMundn blip
county rowers will be well to the g bert Cnmdiiit wha getrqa byr.
good when the season Is over with B ,aa,... . eiet ia otltag e at Wllllam's
sMaolent bank secount to npeod the .. -+ -f + t ...
summer in the mountains.-Manatee THReI CAUHNM TO D0ATM. ba i tiop, ad t s was toAd
at rimas. Wilmnw asnl mplaeye
Record. H tevy Ste e all and Klhed a lo ,4 4 laiip5 a bywMlad
Wmen up DII. sn or. The trouble tw W!lliasM
"on Up to fo. idpi Ind. ,lMaI.- a i Clu'ltt 18 4 to a. a Uy sI
B. Spiegel 11M4 N. Virginia St., Thre men were kiUed he y the r. .....
rEvssti*. lod.. wrttess Yorww o ve failag d a hesy tbai e tbam ev Frnee F sad MeWeesen' UeetleMn.
years I w troubled With kidely ad dbeig gse is 'poetoil ye f Asaids Pila, lMaurh 1-'h b Gs-eso learnsM
bladder affectios which eased me track elevation. from a high ploealtIo eaaerty that
much pale and worry. I tost leah The dmea: William A. MD of oe powerasent has dededd to re
and was al8l u down, and a year aso C&lsciaatl. 0.; iaa. Lmames, of wnce the set h e Alsecles seatdta
had to ahbamdq work entirely. I had kCloge: Fred Moasse, of Pkat II. to Mteorms la n oineeo adi 1 Me*ee6t
three of the beet physcians who did The ise were ta e Oempl e a o the te powem either so aumIa a a new
m so good and I was practically Klly.Atktla CoasetimWes amay, aftferms er plaes the e0WMleW roe.
given up to die. roley's Kidney Cure of Chkao. eat with thee Wr ead quca l k betoe the lbose trie.
was re mnded and the frst bottle herelO tha lem LpTe whi ml. The Mrst step. bow-Wr, wti b
save me mreat rlis and after taking rJel *eae aet vy bam S tb p et the wettr ubere the im
the second bottle I was entirely 4ha~ t We ia thee sh6 ee 16IWefe dehle Mr a vote Of aadse
ored.0 Why not let It help youT J. wm l toi eahk, three. ... -
w. Mccolm a& Co. --
A..r mad ," Old ,o wr Omarge. "y Wae Tie d mese
tiseal, M. MarMc t.-.ma- 41Ijl,0. T.. MNaer W.--4ke
ma iM .O oeam mes aF v ifeMl -1111101I. sh s &M,
S e egndam stele e m e slted asr s e I*Mae
'4,ltil, ___m Iii I_ uIiill
at fte o im-edhd asw i,. vi a el* he ~* I -
*s a a Oa iee a s- h m tla t .. --Red. -m fe -- he ea
vuqt age O wb ser* e wc-p ineesy ad be ae saaaed.
.eis io be Jesse hlelsm Sm i bat ~ sM he was en b seemed
L i- mu* he t lehwmdbew IM atileat


Asi rememb. the nest time i

wehr l-- head rnmw
!- ,. -, ..,. s,, ,... mA __m_

[Mis aken We as erb it i* sles Tem, vbes: "3 have meed
[ s a ern --a eb5 ywiar i mem. Puwuses ss h iI n s.=.. -.. -. ..,*


hr AN*madam.. W ia, a OMseh&M bA.rsSlph b e
Aayi~e li00 000W*AfsIAd usWNSAbI aM pirnedto W
atraat Ml pruft Sar Is'thto No I aM frM &Q on em n
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vim"= "Iitbv eapbtw IAwt1 fm lo
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3 Wasa fte bed mew bow

AtSrSa-aiN*woo o m sm (ioiew
8%dwftlb UA boo aekwkd" a*fraln #
$101, 006 b* WIN 4 P" 4#WM M~wS paihtoWw woe


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One thousand retail drgsts
who are the leaders of the drug
trade of the United States, and
that mcans the world, rated by
11radstreet's and Dun's at twenty
million dollars and whose retail
business aggregates over seventy
millitin dollars annual sales, have
agreed to give their name, fnan-
cial backing and endorsement to
the guarntice that Rexall Mtcu-
Tone will cure any disease or
trouble arising from catarrh or
they will r'itind ..,; money. \We
are proud of our stntictiott \u il
the Rcxall Kmcedies, particularly
so of M .leu-Tone, becauice n rcm-
edy mtlust I' sonisdlinlg out of the
ordinary to gIt our backing. It
Is not all pr,,..t that Ic;a~. & u.i;
our one ithwisaid associates into
endorsingt thii rndctl; it is cur
years t' ll \itiunce with nith-
cines and our kno\vwlcdge of tluh"
that make? us tIlieve that lRe'a!l
MLlucu-Tone i.s a lN,.t:-l.de dic0v-
ery fr the c'ire of :.1l ailhuelts
due to caitarrhal nffetiuon.. We
know that it is not a cure all,
but a ret c4v built on scientific
imoes and not a patnit itedicine as
each one of the onMe thousand
druggists knows its formula and
Its value, It has one great addi-
tional value besides curiag consti-
tutional catarrh-that it is a sys-
tem builder. No such tonic was
ever before designed for the cur-
ing of inflammation of the mu-
cous membrane-nor can it be
improved on in the present age.
Just stop and reason with your-
self ec one minute. We are do-
7 business right here in your
Mdt. Could we afford to offer
our name and endorement to
Mucu-Tone as we do If we did
so know that It was an honest
medicine? Could we afford to
agre, as we do that we will re-
fund every penny paid us for the
medicine if it does not benett.
All we ask is the customer'
word and the empty bottle and
* we hand the money back. No
=i d certiicate. We believe the
public, especially the sick, are
certainly every sick per-
on wh1suffers from any of the
following ailments should take ad-
vantage of our offer to-day. Rex.
all Mucu-Ta cum catarrh of
the nose, threat, stomach s t.-
tines, liver, kidaeys or ladder,
and any who are conmvaleeblc
froo sicknea of say kind
tak advantage of our offer and
"whae wht we recommened as
bo tooae ver sold in a dM
S,.a. We he. i tge trisl is
w re-iy .o


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.lesasNi am w.
will" 8o4 3- ad,.
WPbe ambSa.i
dhe mAiw asm moftb"a
ammWib m kmft~lbs
OdW d40 So PeedMs Now
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~~ss ReRb sde s
dom e'em LW mmii Si
"-fa sowfti lm st
PW"'ML isii LW f. U. a*,
ow w' ~bema Uk w 1 bo.
4d rawe ef so" somod
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Au~
7% oRexqll *Remedift
*emar confidence.
As till these Remfedies
aresile Oi~it?( udr P
namne. they nviAt succeed
o~r fail togethior. Theme
iisiult hw lit) wmk links
ill thI4 ih.killOne un-
%wtrth v relwfly, would
11'.111 Iitai teI r kir th'e en.
I le pi ol. I f v~ll. for
ev -11.u ~I 11111hia-oird the
Commi Uti (re and
c I 'llia lit ,4 ,d by It.
C. O~il we ex"ec
li t pW.&c any faith
tht :r I aor ti t 11. RexaU
I i,1 .% Oire or any
111lk' htill.'r (of the

1111 JI tI 1 h
t ovdiI. whichtlthe
w~tmaa R or i 11 w a *
: I t I ia' in tis ia er-
~~~~il elt i. ii ta lfceticn
14t eslta. i t k1 it :Iw~s ilia
)Il a eltPa*f'ly Anows ito.
a. ad .l. I Vta fr the
Adia~'it1t it allilod to re-
W ho ulat knkiow hot-
lef thain ithe laditj
10t11i'tand diJdtig intsI
this, colptry fl ae
sntilwl ht-Aive not. eC&
cient sneikiines?
ROMenslwv. The success
of our enterprise deendfs
on the mer It of eecA1..
"tat 101%remh. isOu
restt !,whi eOuw
very business eulatencis,
Is #At sake. Can you
#u that Is buying a
buying the iee that
casn give ye?
For Nerwtsssw.-.
N. MallAt Amricis"
Elixir, 7%c
For Ccmloosiees
Kexuuil OrderlIes
For Cough-.
Rtexall Cheeryjof"
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Per hseso $Me io*
M eema toter. ON beam OWbar-
IhwV hub, wre *oebby "sow
to Mb"e w~e a bvisad bow obs
*a adraftQmiebrallomay be
NUi.,aehvas Cd mah"s ftmkv
ft $No otw RAWb "ad -IN a
I ON" howIa. 16Mam" -have
b wed by I" s.frinle by



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4Hobo Mma
tA S\ i ftlulolde at Chlas.,
S/ OWew. March 19.-Go2rw B.
. .ftire, w ,otsild he recently W
., be manager of the Park and Daval
bte ls, at Jackuwnvillo, iMa., attempt-
ad to kill himself by Jumping dowS
an elevator shaft'from the eeveath
floor of the Auditor i bul laW He
landed on an acmedlas ear t te
fourth floor andt we not lired ertl-
tasly.
MoGuire admttied be bad JumpeA
done the abant loidd, I MMt.
t, MoGuire waes z to the Harden
street Poeb atalioa wherbmhe sewtd
so taacy "aN hm Blands ad Lett
wre topped to chair to pment
ham froM trye aistpU to am Mas
Uf by buU bhi h lead a&lmt the
,MWls of ws Ml.
Ta explanaon of his aseao y.
Oiare ilt be had bwn drtlakig
healUy for a yew a& hi bsbloumi
ibMts had oauuid him tooe Ds m goOd
portion in nordis. Boosneser be ar.
rived la Chicap, he became lntoz.
Ioated.
Steeeol's Senine* 0enfitrmed.
et. Petersburg. Marn a. --4%0 aw
permr has ooarnned sMe A t-e4 aese
smeed ua Omoeeasi sad
aleo the oort'o r ,s.si---.dei n o
commntatJoa of te eitaee to tee
ca7' IamrIfoaMnt ina B etrm.
*obrow o of Nat
Arthur iMeot y pettod tor
fill pardon.
bey's Awful Death.
PierAce., Me., March I.-Walle a
erwd4 of orrm edcompoMa los looked
0a, IaInWy Zinn, a boy of Aftae,
ceuMht Bold of two lye wire at I Me
top of a pole TueIOay sad osMe eramh.
lag to the C uand. r-etlvig fatal I&
jarles. The ey' &keUl was frletued
ad his h bai. and fae aadly buried.
Judge M. T. Lanier Deed.
Cordele, Ga., Maehk 1i.-Judo M.
Lanler, who tba been IN t sevT.
ral weeks, ditd at his ome here oB
S Tuesday afternoon at I o'clock. T e
S dcessed was one of Cordele'e first
ad most pmmlneu4 ciltiena. Hip Is
surnlved by a wife, one sci and oe
S daughter. *


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Tim PON is Migtier
TUvia fire-en~ginle when your
house id ott firv, hocaue it in.
stat~l amueo.totS h' entire value
* of your hotne-that ist, when
your tiaitmo im eptnned ul.on a
* strong policy for

FnbsIrce
a Owe b" W cam~pmnlee. Wilikhr emits
about your huins' If "minmianak'ty Shit

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WANT TiUT .IAi.
Meblie inelaees Men and the tato
Prohibilise .Lm
of M e, Maen, uto" b U. .
a Dte .at te, a- c 4 tome. le
peaed t re tH bams the tent ea0 OM
Imloqimo r e Wofedtoy.a s mkia &
to beesto 0 to toew of ta of th
mate plMd Itkl low wlh go" Inato
eeot 0 ,hfa. 1, IM.
The boart 1 re port back on the
matter at ir later Sate, but it is toMw
that they will make the test The
liquor licee of this county, amouat
ing to $80,000. (Nes to the school
fund.
M)oDraDott Is the man wto *1ma
Chat Mobile boould ecede from the
state when the law wase ased.

RU40AN FLIGHT DUEL.
Military Men Ue PNWIs to settlee an
Affair of Heoer.
St. Peters4urWg Marqh 19.-4LUa-
teoaat General iatmrao waa prob
bly fatally wounded lI a due to out
bere \.'ednetaey rith Oeral reeook.
The men met In la ridls school of
the Chevalier Ou&art reglant and
fought with pistols, etadis close to
esoh other when tB diot were e-
changed.
The duel wAs oau-d by the memo.
randua written by Geausil Balrmo
Os the sIege of NPrt Arther In whieh
be quetlosed toe oourase of GO eral
Pock. The Iattr qoeldwerd that his
hoaor 'end e tion w Intvolved
aD cballegel tekWhor of the mom
oradnm.
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Nes* Saved from Mob.
WtUsoM 4alMN. N. C., March tl.-
relg mob violence, Harn Moore,
a neg e wo dhot sad killed WillMaa
Ohrittopher. a white ma, at Pipe
Hall, Stoke@ county, Ohristmas day,
wai taken from Danbury Jail Tuesday
eight and bronapht here. The distaaee,
SS allm. was made la a earriage. A
mob Iathere4 at Pine Hall aad pro.
needed to l)antbry to take the prison.
er, but tht' r'Clitf had telsphene la
structions advising of the plans of the
mob.
Found Guilty f Mui.e-e.
Kaoxvllel. Tean.. March It.-.
ne*t Wells, tweaty.two years Of 6 1
who oa the night of Jan. 1 of tU1
year shot and killed IPollioma Mile
Wrens and 0. 1.. Jamaa41. we
TNeeday hftm guilty of are t I
Brt de~~s atieateuce wae defers d,
-u - m an&& a n. &


or te Malflud, mot
enow. mi TAh other olesre
were aim. D. 0. Meua, of Albay,
N. T., #mt vice preMett; MI. J.
S. daltot, of New Ihva., Oea.,
reading secretary; Mrs. Arthur j.
rler, tof Washlanto% D. C.;, oe.
oeadig secretary; Mrs. L. K. WiU
an, of Wilmeate. Ill., treaorer, aad
Mrs. W. A. Thatcher, of Ptoreoee,
N. J., editor.
Miners En.ege In Riot.
I'rbahm, AAlusa, March 11.-
M11iMw ot a e Western tederXa0 n of
iues" espaso la it rBot TuSk&y.
'%esy mIetme ud restbeeed me gi
Ing set on taa on the cmeek to
Wvrt, aW praevted railrom mn
IaNgs tha s *ba o** to train. The
oWi e mmshal wae Irrledy called.
mad be boad It nseeery to club the
rteor. One wee laured seriously.
One Negro Kills Another.
ate4ts (I&., *Marc 18.--e4ook
artBia w sahot and klUed on Batur-
day tefntmboy Alt Colbert In the
rabl e red near the residence of 1M.
T. Deabm, a few mtlw out of town.
They are both neroe, employed on
the f rm of A. D. Freeman, aad had
some to town In the saoie buMy.
While In town they had some asteroa.
tioU n Freeman's store.
Situation is Acute.
Parls, March 18.-The utuatlon
between the Haytlen government and
Prance ham become acute and erlticaJ.
The Prench l gation at Port.au-Prince
Iu menaced and a general maemacre of
the white residents of the Island le
feared. This Information was con-
veyed In an official dispatch to the for.
ign office from M. Carteron, the
French minister to Haytl.
Will Call Speclal Seeslon.
Frankfort, Ky., Mareh 18.-4L ii
authoritatively announced that Gover
nor Willson will casH the legislature
Into spedal se slon probably in July
tor the enactment of legislation cal-
oulated to relieve the tense conditions
In the tobacco districtet. It is under.
stood that he will ask the extra se*a
udon to pses thO county unit bill also.
Fire Damages Soheol.
ILttU Falls, N. Y., March it.-The
Jefsuon street public cooll In this
qtty was damaged by fire Monday to
the extent of $5.000. The fire started
in the fursace room Just before the
hour at wleoh the pupils usually enter
the bulldkHg.
Senator Gary Takes Oath.
Wahlngton, March 1U.--4.enator F.
B. Gary, of South Carolina. elected
to all the unsUplRed term of the late
Senator IAtinme. took the oath of of.
ees Monday. being accompanied by Ali
eolleague, Senator Tillman.
Don't Complain.
If your sheet panas and you are un-
able to sleep because of a cough, buy
a bottle of Iallard's llorehownd Syrup
and you won't have any cough. Get
a bottle now and that cough will not
last long. A cure for all pulmomary
disease. Mrs. J-., Galveton. T'..,
write: "1 can't esy enough for Bal.
lard'e Horehound Syrup. The reUef It
baa g1ie me ia all that Ie oeeeemary
Ifor me to say.". Sold by W. M. John.


NOTICE OF ELECTION


peuJing elkacton uAn uouns W
aqw trial awl an &azMpea- WeMtisill o)jr amhi, vw -- of %be rNvsa
ad tb o~cors awho were attemptingto *W t UhWessotd &nip#. It. I%
arret-fl imeon a trivial charge. berchy caill ateeie asem to ftm 91W
4t"DT OF APRIL fo
Operation Reelted Potally. 0011"Mtfurtaw 0T to Sf e fur the reoliesm
Cbj*Ice MoveM % h Is.-Thonam K.tab"'. wA
D"pl. sW(#4rtaY Of t*e U6006edAWeoel&'iL~. eu~tw. (M* ToAmsw. ps 0o.
tins of ltiatem 024 sFitton .. Sa "%%m 4 10Wrinvfor 6 t'rudof r s
Fitoe sr. ti SessmF!ittee404001% %Me A ft uat **5eIOhl* 6M et&l10
e~~au eq tof %W 7an f ranem do%*4Wof %beM* 910#a16s
alod Tmobeay Wievloiag "eON A ior -Vate, W W "d gamsThe sass .
tiw pi~akelts. 'Ib body Wtillbe ,14" betsof 1.IL .W~bmW. .VOW
00Vv simt~pr S ted 0WTnA o u4 w
sent w Ctuiluuatl kv 16"il to Is Ve IM a peew of *Toe)aw% s14Mhum h
nW'Sday.1of j u I@5515.
~~the pum" 148W fW t MWd e'##a theMb
Predicts 67M% 111Ulesies, in teI%* f f tew WIb WIqIi'h'.lbwlin. 0% tuft
Waxhiogtoo. Mareb 19 -Aoprfvom, bahceork a. aL m
tatita. tbuiiean.ates of mIb. t 01~~an
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Retailers and Jobbers In

Staple and Fancy Croceries
Graiq, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers
SOUTH SIDE SQUARE -o- GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.
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 Beet goods
at Lowest Prices, and guarantee satisfaction always.


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W. W. HAMPTON.


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A Pletwr of ITM* Preelty In the
I9Righesea Ceutery.
"The feroclous woelf." mM ad nature
student, "Is the most srftect expree,
lon of carnivorousM bleoodtret that
walls. ib jaw I the most terrible of
weapons. It slashing bite cB brek
the leg of a bffalol and the noie of i4
when at work l a sbeeptold rasemblte
mothia sso much as theb Ineosat
eraklag of # be&yv wbhl,"
He took down a book.
"Here is what the wolves of Frat
wer like." he lad. hsO ise a I ~e
reom the famous Ducbes of Or%"n&
dated at Marly. Vk 170:
"'Packs of wolve eomalt feaMU
ravages They have devoured t epeo
uma of Alcoa and hi boNse TwO


of the beasts attacked a trademan
near Moas, one springing at 1thb etr
In response to his shr eks two dra-
goons who were walking by eane to
his help. One drew hbe sword and r"
a wolf through the body, on which It
turned and sealed Its new aseallast by
the throat His comrade eae up oand
beat the brute of. but not before It had
killed the man. Meanwhile the other
wolf had seized the eecod dragoon
from behind and dragged him down
Finally when effective help arrived
both the soldiers and oe waf were
found dead. The other had got away.
As for the tradesman, his leg was so
piteously torn that It had to be ampu-
tated above the knee.' "- C Qlelat
Enquirer.

A CLEVER RUSE.
Remember This When You Next Pur-
ohase CeOUy Jewde.
How Mr. Plerpomt Morgan made his
millions would take volumes to relate.
but an amusing little artiee by mom
of which be succeeded la avtag w1.000
can be told within the brief speae of
a couple of paragraph.
Some years ago. a jewe Irm is
New York sent them nameter a te
pearl, offertag it to btm for (00.
This Mr. Morgan decided to prebkaem
and two ebecks were made oat -m
for OO6,000 and the other for $400. He
then removed the peeat fmro Its bou
and, having sabtlttedm for it the M000
check, resealed the package.
Mr. Moran's clerk wa mt d41
patched to the Jeweler with the sealed
box and a note eontotlt0 g the eboek
for 4.000 stating that Mr. Moran
would be pleased to purchase the pearl
If they would be uatisled with the
heck. The e speettag jewdelr-Wa
orange. cmrse, of what the sealed
package .bw costained-eleosd with
the state fOnaler's offer. And the
box aIn which the 58,000 cheek aresly
reposed wae returned to Mr. Morgan
unopened !--earam's.
The ae .0mbleb e
The length of litf of a que" baln-
blehee Is probably little more than a
veer at wnont. Uere i oe reaom for
this belief: bShe hatches amag the
late broods of summer sad soo after
leaves the nest, loadig a vagabond
existence, might and day, among the
autumn flowers The water *e -
In aa earth brvow 4uby h-i and
unaided stablishes a elesy tIa eI
*pran. Then emobiNed 9rut"1 of tall
ad sprn reaquare the da y e ber
frai wlap 1: te 0 9 at k"t low
iof the mke boew mW M w A AeD
ee Sba half that tame e at the
old eueoan e tak te ois d seaft
Se aet brtnsh up i Aso Ift.
quietly have tattun wd ~p adA -
diappar. Natu"e dmes mat sNt .
sote wh m ew wMlS m It p
- but wt m mew w # hWeWs
se the les of the peowr ef et
o easesm of a b7Wr MM 4"m

b*Ihwe' ,,d aAee a
"ais odd thAe Sbi-at^ ut
soN meahlad e osia et.
n i Y adnd ts o m b'pR
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My at mise o to "he d I
pw meatr a hes am' BMe
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No faction, maehtae or ring. brought
him out He came out as a candl-
date alone and ingle-handed. He will
be glad to receive the support of the
corporation of the antl-coorrations
the prohlbitlonists and (be antl-prohl-
bltlonats. of the local oplonlats, the
Christians and the Jews and of the
Gentiles, the "Publicans and sinners."
He would even accept the support of
the Pharisees.
The corporalons cannot do without
the people, and the people cannot do
without the orporpatlom. Neither
should be allowed to oppress the other.
(ypital as orgap led. labor should or.
The Ulense tax law kUcndi each
little enterprie should be ameodAd In
order that taaton should bear more
evenly.
SArticle XIX of the Constitutlon pro
videos for Local Option. The qualified
eector (not the Governor) approve
or veto constitutional amendments. He
l not on the "recently constructed
band wagon."
He commenced life worktnl In
Qauecy. Florida. at a salary of $11
per month, and boarded himself. He
has himself been a hard-worlkng,
truglling ma. and he knows what it
means In others. He has never mar-
ried. be ha always had obligatons.
His life has bees spot more In
thoughtful cons deratJon of other pe
pie than of hbasie. He feels nre
he will be eledtd "If he gets enough
votes." He doe not propose to trade
off a single ote. There Is hoor In
being Governor. If It is tainted With
disbonor be dos not want the olee.

IICPAL----
POIjTICAL ANWOUiNCm Is
PFOR MARSHAL
take this method of aaoouncl
my candidacy tor re Ieog as City
Maraal at the eleetMi AprU 14th,
19e I have endeavee to perfer
my taty w uht lear a eor, sad
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FURD114AND BAtlkS,
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Jacksonvill6 and New York,
Oalling at OHRALESTO? S. C., both ways.
The lAest itamhin toi the Coatwiset Srves
'lyde New Eiglahd and Southern Lines
Frelght erves Betwsen JACKSONVII.LE. BOsTON sad
PKOVIDION., and All EKastern Iolnts,
Oallilg at ( harleeton both wavs
BAMAAl-W3EE.jL SA II.1SZTQR
southbound .. .... .. ....... ...... tn i ewis' Wharf, 1 aska
Noethbond ... rom Foot of N ashinljAon st.. Jaehsonville

Clvde St. Johs river Line
Iotweewn JAKCstoNVII.Lisent Al NANroND
4Qtopplng as Palatha, A.tor, lereaford ( 0*li ai1m1.l a,l lsemrn.dte Laadlap
o n t. Johns River.
Steamers CITY OF JACKSONVILLE'S and "FRED'K DE BARY'
Share appblnted o tall as fullowei late JAtKmeaiiii.., daMlj ylept
Uaturdays, at 8:80 p. e. Returmiln, htve thAro, daily
eIoept Sundays, at 10i) a. M.


LeaT 8:80 p. m................. Jack oville ...........De 6:00 La.
Leave9:00 p. m. ................Palatka ........ ....... Leave 10:O p.m.
Laveo 8:00 a. m .............. As..... tor..........Leiave 4:00p.BI
Lave .................... l resford (DeLand) ....... ...Lave 1:00p.ka
Due 9:00 a. m ..................anford .................Leave 10:00a.m.
Due 10:30 a. m................ntorprtSe................LAeve 10:0 .Lm.
Passenger and Tiehet Offce, itft West fay Street. Ja9eensvllte.
H.N. RAYMO- Vice^Preet and O6ea66Manager. New TOO.
H. I. MAYNAID, P. T. M. A, C. HAGORTY, U. P. A,,
le r u8. N. R.. New York. Pier l3, N. ., Neow TorLk
L 1. SCROBLB. C. A.. V. M. IRONMONOIS. A. 0. P. A,
Ie"sburg. Pa. Joauaevalls ma.
L D. JONIB. T, P. A, JOHN PENDRILA T. P. A.,
Jacksonville. V a. Jackaoevllle, ia.
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IoU'NTY CONDMEIS

Ealtts of Gonar'I.Ia"aftolot
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I PERSONAL AND 00OIAL ITEMS
What Has Happend and What Is
Going to Happea To7 Is 1bot Psf
graphoe S oTlt He Wih Rems May
Read" t In T1he Ia.
T. 0. ad W. N. SImth of Newberr
wore In the oity yesrday.
The waat ads. are for uoe-for your
use. Try one with a taskf
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. LHadsock were a
the city from Hague yesttdw.
Mr. and Mrs. Berry peasdea of Lake
View were nl the city yetarday.
E. L. Patterson of High Aprings was
In the city on business yesterday.
-Mins Bsale Prry wIe to the city
from Rochelle yesterday, a gust of
frteids.
J. W. Malpburs of LaOrosap was
renewing Gainesville acquaintances
yesterdays I
Two thousand orange only 16o dos.
se--$1 per bundred-at Reeder's
Fruit Store.
., Captain B. W. FPotaine of Mie"nopy
was among those who spent yester-
day in tais city.
3 ,. Babbitt, a progresmlv farmue
and trucker of Waldo, was transacting
S budooa In this city yesterday.
S' Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Book of Camp-
sillo were amnns those who favored
GOainesville with a visit yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. .L Wiflteworth of
Palmer and Mr. and Mrs. Johnt Kadle
of Waldo were In the city yesterday.
A. M. Pettit of Alacbaa was in the
S city yesterday. Mr. Pettit is a mem
bar of the Arm of Pettft & Turner,
'i Knnefs.
Bt Ifi m-1.irll*IBg 8


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ftheezrs

Its CroawniFrown Puddings, Frome
Frulle, Rhprtje and Water form, to
be MA[)K RIUMUTshouald be mauds
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Fruzer

whbk6 will frame y"rr vesn iinFtPtRY

lie Whito Mou~ntain ham all the
foodP110md osl nd o Immiltut". M
ple ismbleebaIron .iaah.'r, utoWb
mlt..ulmustng &*ausamig n. ehaioal
Umipbo fouzw, famix gwak'u-pmof tube
-41 is n~mqimd aptm l .wstaid'sotand.
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Mrs. 3. W. MmliHea of Waldo wbs
shoppln In the city yesterday.
R. D. Media has goe to Wiilteim
to look after his lumber Iateoetos.
Mrs. R. Hudson dt Newuom is to
the ety, a guest of Mrs. 0. D. rolks.
Note toe oew advartlsemeat of the
Baird Hardware Company th this 14-
Se.
ab otrae for ale at thib
oe; OM perdoen. or per hum-.
dred.
C. P. Hays and sw, Guy, are la the
city. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Hays.
Attorney Robt. I. Davis left yew.
terday for a prfeealooal visit to
Alohus.
Dr. R. T. Walker, a prominent pay.
slcta and druggist of Oedar Key, is
to the city.
ftalk Chl TonIc i guasmateed to
aire dhlts, fever. gpVe aad wrtppa.
'Prl*oe, ents.
Thomas Wlleroro, 0. A. o*d and
H. A. Uindsay formed a trio of vistoirs
who were In the aity yesterday.
W. P. Pourselle of Bromnas, one of
tie leading attorneys of Levy county.
was among thou who speat yesterday
is this eity.
Three thousand oranges only We
doem while they last-large, sweet
'ad uicy--at Reeder's Store. West
Untiole street.
W. Setk of Lake City. who Is core
nested with the claim department of
the Seaboard Air Lune railroad U tI
QalseevUile on ocial business.
State Attoruew J. M, Rivers habs e
turnwe from Droeea. where he bhs
bees attedA& the spring term of the
trstt e The docket wa shelft
Oe the t erb eloed after a aNeiM
of osfly Ofer ays.
After a pmeast vista here co.
blehd wish basiMees ad Wpiease. I
J. Me"t left yesterday tar Thapa
Mr. Near t is the travllag repre.
sentative of the Grand Rapide Paural
tare 0amPyM. and has frieafa an over
the SWl


Don't Ie Caught
om WaINg lay without 1Iw, ,iy rna*
rtap Or Your r robes. tu4. 00or &MR -
84A of kwvm sc4n5WMt epeO.w SialN-
kwj ("la4j Flmowtatwvill give jw in~r
FruIbte. O*Aker &&4nam istew. Our loath.
cansed AM dAg rvwmsod A klin&. wer
A akwh.ss' aud .Owur Pula speak hr
dwom ClIMOOKAND iS4FY.KI's"


- .IIII n I. I- - L. _. e I I l


PHIF B


BROS,,


BAlIK I


-Transacta GneiBankg &u
Tho amunuutof a@kin w vMMd I kb 5""d"40
nsA kvorabls -ums0


fto T-where he Ot
for the past two or


of TaLso wasaa tiA
She was e rt~a
where ha will aped a
- 1 a vt* to fwi-ds.
oh I O Mr. and Mrs. ',L. Broa.I
* to tears Pa aser oas l,


*; | A. BerrwotOeaiswas
M, *bv yo yesteray. 1l wrnx a
Siois ham e wths imIWWUe ,
y IN Ksiue eneyL
SMnrs. ah MsI Wearno a
pt A Paul tabe ae to Jack
Ssetlmos to attud the

A. ca o of Welbo a predict
se iH as m of that town wa
I tib s yesterday. Mor. MaNLoo
I W "jfhsed with OainesvUlle and

' Wr,K Hohlmes has opened his
ga0.* Baatalgbr block and is
Wg- p2r rad to treat all errors or
ift l0m1 8f the eye. 1 guarantees
pedfet eatisfaction7
A. J. Marsh. a well-know citizen
of Otter Creek, was In the clty on
bp. Iesyesterday. He left a sub-
srlp"s with The Sun. a he desred


to kep up with the happenOgs of
the day.
' N. Q. TIson of Orange Heights. one
of the most widely-known and most
polar baers ti that section, was
In the alty yesterday. Mr. Tison.
rallhag a good thing, had his name
added to the subscription list ot The
Sun.
The s'viIces at the Christian
ohureo, Whioh are betin coduted by
l3v. Dr. Northcroa, are being well
attended. Dr. Notthcross wtll con-
tiUe awervse for the balance of the
week. preapNing every evenidg at 7:30
o'clock. ..
Mpl ~ro Liddon, who has bees
here for the past tow days as a guest
ot her oW, Mrs. J. M. Dell, Jr., hu
returned to her home. Miss ULddom
la a soela favorite, and the youn&
folks here regretted very much her
departe.
rTdaend of Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
Tool. WM. South University street. re.
iret very a uh to learn of the serious
lltaeas of their little seven-moatlM.old
dsaghter1 whbeh is in a dangerous
eoadition. They bepe the baby will
aoon recover.


Among those attending the meeting
of the Anti-Saloon League in this
dety an Rev. M. A. Clonts and A. IL
McInnls. The former was formerly
from Oainesville, and has many
fr)ndo here who are delighted to
welcome him again.
"The Univeratty and Higk School
base ball team will contest for bon-
on am the grounds today, the game
starting at .:310 p. m. An Intereting
jgaie is asured, and all friends of
both aide are requested to be pres-
eat. The admlsioa will be 15 cents.
Mrs. U. OGay of Mleanopy was ina
the oty yesterday. She was aeeom-
pealoe by Mrs. .L 0. Harron of Tren-
tor. who ba. beae on a visit at Mica-
py as her guest for the past few
days. Mr. arpm was ee roete
home, and hIft I to the anemm. after
leading a pleasant day with ret.
Uves hebore
P. P. McCook. who has been ta this
sity for the ast two or three days o
ao0sent of the ilones of hise water.
Mrs C. VF Ooema. left yesterday
for JackaElits. h Mr. MeCook has
ber to the e i servise as mee
waser betwem Wayero s and Lake.
had, but will eow take the run from
Jaeksouville to St. Petersburg
W 0. -Richaidrle has returned from
Trestn and aber poInts la the West
LMd. where h has bee n to bis later
tsa ae rgadnitate for shcritf lie feeb
greatly eotuurased His fried. say
that be be a -m euthuslastte in his
race thUat h weredl ave mile over
the emunty hue sad west Into lavy-
but that io f~r W. Q to eiplatn.
J.A I. Reder. West u'nIlo stree
wlthes W redlee his groerwy stook to
ae0* rewmn fr plasm aad orgaa
"sd willU ell amreere of all hkd sat
est fI r I* day. abheu pemm. s
Sar ar or --esty $I wath to
IweP. o a de***s umt1as etb
0. ar,- pe mied. eemteos ees
Ohe thias, wpebtmaeo,, choea
V. L. C Hafw, wife Sad qbNe& .
at taams. who ava heow here e
p st few w de as swguets amof Mr.
emi" sT Ill.MsOr. let 7e
S IVe 0 a mYTw. w e qe wo
dm9 Web reteces em


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Feb. 14th our deposits were.
Dec. bd our deposits were..

Net gain in deposits....


:.mWANT-S.


5f ls Phra U
*Mo ertiron, buat no advertlw
ast &U or eIs than ueats.t Six
werde me as Ums; o ftacudnml Ues,
ey w ord w es*x al catintg as
sm addltoal lisa. CASH In advance
most sooompany all orders for Inser-
Uous Is this solums.
FoR RENT.


y~. -~.-
C
.4 .,.


...........$SW, 160.40
........ ... 162,557.25

....... ......


Csavemlaud lyam"e


Tet Vdvate


OYS TE iS
ALL KINDS SERVED in ALL STYLES

Choice Steaks and Chopep Drip Coffee
Devilled Crab&.


We emply oae of the best "obefe" in
HOUSE FOR RENT-Apply to J. W. the bulADeW-Mo boy or Iaxpee"do cook
Vidal at drug store. :The best toqlwpod a oMe restaurant in
- - --. the ity. If youWa t real oa bY Z RSA[,
FOR RENT-ElBht-room house; elec-CoOK WaOKhneownanketaa Soa-snatmna the mArkelafforus i GsO sm g t
trio lights and bath. J. B. Davis. re.
S'We o no pro ise sometbin for nothing,
FOR SALL but sometmah fao your mooer.
S_ ~UmULAS MALS. Speetl rates by the
FOR SALB-FIve-allon safety aso-. laccter lades. etea chl
SdrJOnt


iaI c. M Apply at oun UfUee.
FOR SALE-Corner lot and house of
six rooms, good condition. Box 383,
Gainesville.
FOR 8AL3--Black record carbon type-
writer ribbons for legal work at
The Sun office.
WANTED.
WANTED, to rent, by April 1, seven
or eight-room house In good real-
denoe section of Oainesville. Ad-
dress "P" care Sun.
- -
SITUATIONS WANTED.
WANTED-Position as book-keeper;
am experienced, and can furnish
good reference; familiar with gro-
cery business. L. W. Kendrick. Par-
adti,. Fla.
LOST.


LOST, between Dr. Johnson's resl-
deuce sad The 0. W. Hyde Co's.
store, lady's sold watch, double case;
pietare to case of two children; fob
chain attached. Reward for return
to 0. W. Hyde Co.
-.------------ --- -.4-- ---<
WANTED-MALI HELP.
WANTED--Men to learn barber trade;
few weeks reOqlred best paytin
work within the rea of poor man;
can have shop with small capital;
'wagea from 112 to no weekly;
wonderful demand for barbers: cat.
aloSe maIled free. Moler Barber
College Atlanta. sa.

Raev. ad Mrs, K W. Way of Per
sandtna arrived In the city yesterday
ant -will return to their bome this
afteruooo at S:30 o lock. Mr. Way
wa4 for several ye pastor of the
Pr-bftsrlm t church here and the
friads of hient( and his estimable
wife are deafbted to e them agaln.
He has bee eundaetag a meting at
Mtemuoy for ver days.
Aitatli She"t teime e Pas e SPp


r .- rs
9=~ae~BB"


First


Miss H. Norton


Noveltms, Bookstationery
Sovenirs, Set Pic(;res
and Picture Frm ,e


lo Et wftt W"~t
GAIIISYILLI FLORIDA



HOT ROLLS
P I e ni


0rimdi n Tim fir bW
Ther,, in no excuse for saying, "I do
not know what to have supper" .
'phone us and we will detir to your
home Hot Rols, Brmad, Cakes and'
Ples every evening. You can't low


Phone 1, ,It T. Ohfoer. Prop.



SAWIR I PAINE
ilO gIli



FLORISTS


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Doogns fWrFuneals ad Ikeortivr



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PgRSONAL AN0 SOCAL ITEMS


e ram



'Ft'.'pSs

to Oress. Prism Pudding., rtuen
l]Pi*sle bsebel and Water tcow, to
be WADI 'IGHT, shoultl be made









*W!dbI a wil re nm y urca n loi t'MR1
1%e White Mounntain hais all tOe
PMd PaI"s mad no lWd"W". Dii.
uw.. ualebhiron 41616.r, .lomibkO
14d~&%M%36 st ompigbr, chcOal
ANOWaghte e dt.,4mui wahr-proof tubew
-4 Is removogmosda' irw ortwid'sootan-
at I Ping ki)taa.



~WIOUNAW 9 M4 0RETA IL-


PWlFER


bst% m pbs
*3j\ inft
do MA
If o Ae


Whset H.H I4 piN and What bo

gmqb ** 4 wo Wo-RMa y

"1 0. M iM t of Newber
WO t a4 re fr smr -fr 1.'
s wer e* we w a asuI
MR ad Mr 5. Itadeek were In
tb c ot -a Ho ue gs erof .
Mt. san MW rry pltls of Lakeo
View wNe l thw eit eterday.
.IL. PLtttrps o Hiofg pring' was
In thU .1w on beams yesterday.
-Miss nalleo wr wy h rhe city
trom toohelle oyetd*, a guest of
J. W. WMlphurs of LaOrosup was
reAwing Omasrft ille saqualntaose
yesterday~
Two thousand ormse only 1l6 dos.
emt-41 per huddred--t Reeder's
Fruit Store.
Captain a. W. Protaine of MieMnopy
was amoeg those who spent yester-
day In tale ty.
,' Bab tt, a proiresltve farmno
SMI tker of Waldo, wu tranmsctlng
ui I ns Inta this lt yesterday.
iiO. and Mrs. C. A. Book of Camp.
lo, w amees those who favored
'N, ulle with a vst yrteday.
Mr. a s rs. J. I. W'lglesworth of
Paltner sad Mr. and Mrs. Jobs Kadle
of Wdo were Ia tbe city yesterday.
A. PetUt of Alacha wM nla the
ttjeiutartdy. Mr. Pettlt is a men
bWr of the ra oft Pettft Turner,
."'',0- - --


Don't B Caught


(to bakilkg day sU1111it 5Ow s'c~ymary us'
P4610 kw(or ur rakes, htw'sei. pm r wr tus-.
tIUKwk yur stnn'-riia with o.qwrfltiv al.
levi' t u'Ilskk Ihar that vtill gie wr *-.'m
asmalbdar. 'o, IakNMAl', 'rn'kv J Vsjuq g~p
ranIwlu. giw ans a tilr'esiw. ( .1kirnt .. an-
all k Igk-vsl41"1i l 'urwo 44 si'allkim let

&Uniu-"Mrs a"c.k -Ph... 1!W~ &X


BROS.,


BANKERS


The om-mto of Sma anindividuk vrsivW tpm th
U44 (MSISul no p L
-4- :AZ= UL1'


city ySday. She wase o tto -'
Jacks t15.e, where ahe will pemd a
few d4g n a vost to tried. Feb. th our dopo hit were............ t OO,
.Prweasofe Mr.ard Mrs.of.athauees rdor rlto were......... ...Z 7'25
we .een s to .tear tn Pas t
toM l r ymou t ds l. u, o E. '
who pnbrlma with p ied.n. N.t.in in d -posits.............-'- .1i
Ac a . A.B Sworfl anm w a


Jae-tek*e tswh sbate
rofew dim ht torns 8- F,-. w * were .. ...;. -




A. ft of Mr.radm pL t eoer1
f 'eNter Creek, of th taw, eto
hen idf -a yesterday. 'Nr.p Mcniso. c .ts . ol. land D o
L A. BMpm __"__ IVA
r. 0 Holmes has opened his
ote u moo hiuelknbockw and is
pow preawr d to traet o a -w O r -A *or u *
intrsctU Otf the eye. r. guTantees bd ai d o, r, no ns ad t -fo. at
drded tte umeU ls oe R orT -sh-o Ahose -.iM 'IB
of Otter Creek, was Ia the -city on wrd 0 m.a .d
shrlptel with The Sun, as he desired b eas e Omqn.aR CASEH f advaneALoLKEf YS
the day. .. ..C... _te_ a_.Cep D Co
N. Q.W.lson of Orange Heights, one FOR --] KN. DRevl sety a Is
of the most widely-known *nd most ,o e.. .. a ,e of ,*ebs e, ..

realsag a ood thing, had his name -- the e a sA
added to the tucrpti list oT FOR RNT htroom house; eS r v
retre ttherhome.s h edo writer r sor 'Wr B wnt egt





e O rtrio dligrts and bath. .. B. Davis*oo

Aoo. J rOthc.irsh, a re w betngw we-lWn = 4 r bA1 mraS. sleee .s by the

of Otter Ces for the balance iof the line an. Apply at Sn o ace.
week, preaThs everd y evenldg at 7:0 sbORC Aord M ta d i ounso aI






lhteo with Th Sun, a b daseu six rooms, good condition. Box 383,
to k p up with the hapbewieng l of i- eeville.f
the a soaal favorite and the younnd The Sun oe.Drip Coff







folks there e regretted very o m ouch hert WeImowram 9s b kf
popular of Mr. and that Mrston. H. W. W T-Apply to J. W. id buiio bF or o. ooo







Tool. ~ Soth Uiverdasity street, ron A. ATi. V to rent, Apr l 1, seven in
gret ver muh to lerm of the soerIlous or eight-room house i ; good rea- .
atm. toin anv and hadbath. J. B. Davis. Pr- '













iles of heart little CsevenIbntteaold dnce section of WeolleBO Ad n f tor not
hdauhterI wh re is in a daterous d ress by FO"e $AL bn teIs 0 O 1L OI
condition. r. hry ape the beaby wll ..- --- --w a t a--
tsonded. D or. NoSthIrwiS witWAa on.FOR 1BALN-]tr. Jlloa saety os. w r id.omMalw#tncil







Among those attending the meeting WANTED-Position as book-keeper;
of the Antfor the baon lange of the is em n. Applyate un office. ,,,
eity a Rev. M. A. nlotl s andg A ALretne l of tIw hldeO HR oL

rrmll binsvel. and. haso ma .x PB r
ifrp C Liddon. who vi dte ghted -Aen Dlr mt good co.it Bo ae .
ielr or there him asewain. ys a a s no exce for eo"r
of bar ifr. Mrs. J. M. Dell. Jr.. ha wee rR SALB lhek record Carbon type- M
returned to br bums. Mis Uddo -writer ribbons for legl work atlyH







Sa ocl favor'pho. and thad we you Th yourun offe.
foU bore regretted very much her soil d4 -













depar bll teams will coatesbt for LOST. between Dr. Johnson's rea- home Hot Rolls, ad, kes an
ride on the fr ds today, the same deHce ad The 0. W. Hyde Co's le every eveag. a lose.






startool at .t0 p. An ty reet store, lads told rent bhApridble caseven
ame is assured, and alof thl friends or p eightre oom of two ood re fob
Sof thsdes are irequted to be prn- chan atteehed. o eward for retile. Ad
dat. The adlm eon will be In a danes w* to .----ftI a-0
MrcodS. (T y h of Micanophy wasill -- N--N-%-----.---
othe oty yesterday. She was comITUATION WANTO-ALI HELP.







Aoon. tho ea ben on a visit at Meet. .WANTD-Mem to lear barber trade;
ofy as her guest foron A the past few few wee roeed buest panrnias







days. Mrb wl ake wasn route work URhis the oa poor o mea;
hoit anRd le t o the afterne dA. after ear h e shop with martl capiL 8
from a vuiyeh and has many VU. FLO RISTS







frP. Mcotbe who h are dels tto t n r 1
eity fr the im ast two or three days osnoexs, I <1







account o- the Ies of his sister.,- -_
rT e C Uni le ty and H g left yesterday cho.lLI 19 notk now W a Of *to be" L '- .
taer JacksE will c. M. MCook has an.d s arrive o the city yesterday
Obees n t series d s a ane. ime retr The 0. W. Hyde Co'.ir Pe eve ths Deg n or Pnisan' Demlowe
setaer betwe Wa:10es p. An Intere aftin tore. t 3:3O tek. dlMr. Way Prpu .cs
an. baut will urd and all tend of ptr It seral of twoe phldrest of KYIeM MOIN








~Ric hi. arl e et a, Oad his et o.
both a requested to be chain tt eward for re
Mr. .0 ayo Mcnoy a I ~ "1 "4--.- ^LemSS!^


d he .. b ... t b ter.. H his ittr. a a Pel |at-
et*s as randlate for sheriff. He feeto y. c0 h d..y
irestly Wutiuned. His frieMo say Ad elal mt s P
that be hoeria- t Lk Ia st lMe I to i


nrae that h, w tehd Ive mltes ovr
the* oenty iee and weA t Into Levy-
but that ta fI W. G. to explain r


. A 1. Rester. West t'kmstreet.
wishet to rulese hi grocery go*s to
WOO 100 1 for Pbs.. md aG"es
slkWd siNsll sreeetaOf all blei IAt
Cost fur 16 days. Uawtee pan"
em fOr II1-emb $I1 wutb to mb
008408w, Iswe sds t aw *esiftl
1Is. -this. "a"s.If
Other WhassWi po.,iuawhgy shem&
W. L. c liald, wifeWadbsht4s
of AlabamA wft have bee. bre Ow
0he P"s ftrw 5 s gas am to atM.
a" mm T 'IL aft )af
bw sw w I& e aeva
agmi several am a a
,d Utol II


FT "*. .

-- '*fl t


WeA b b~ w bdom ds Iqk
U~ 9 A. SFm m l" aU
he ~ o m ui~ lath
We~~~ sl sW.


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a~ a I I II I l I


Mrs. 3. W. Millitan of Waldo whs
shopping tn the city yesterday.
R. D. Wedln bba gone to Williston
to look after his lumber Interests.
Mrs. R. Hudson of Newwwn is In
the eIty, a guest of Mrs. 0. D. Folks.
Note the new advertisement of the
Batrd Hardware Company in this *s.
sue.
Labor ontrat for "al at tis
oa.; Se perdosen, or $3 per hun.
dred.
C. P. Hays and aoP, Guy, are in the
city, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Hays.
Attorney Robt. N. Davis left yes
terday for a professional visit to
Alachua.
Dr. R. T. Walker, a prominent phy-
alcian and druggiset of Cedar Key, is
In the city.
T Ianks Chill Tonic is guarsateed to
eure chls fever. oplds and hfgrppe.
Price N cents.
Tbomas Wlloerson. 0. A. 1led and
H. A. ULndsay formed a trio of visitors
who were In the city yesterday.
W. P. Puurnelle of Bronson. one of
tle leading attorneys of Levy county,
was amons thuase who spot yesterday
In this city.
Three thousand oranges only o00
dome while they last--lare. *sweet
and Juicy--t Reeder's Store, West
Union street.
W. Heok of Lake City. who to con-
nected with the claim department of
the Seatoard Air Llune railroad, i ni
Gainesville (n ollmeial business.
Stat. Attorney J. M. Rivers has re
turned from liruiaon, where he bas
been attend"ip the spring term of the
circuit court. The docket was short.
henes the ter% closed after a mseIdo
of only four days.
After a plant visit bere, com-
blUed with buanes e and pleasure, L
J. Heart left yesterday for Tamps.
Mr, Heart is the traveling reprem
senutative of the Orand Rapid PArwnl
tare Company. and has friend all over
the Stat.
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