Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01244
 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 24, 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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01244
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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ING R ITvsity Of the Gaunt Smoets MinbyNIHT RIER-KLL
the Chauffeurs.

Igo Ilishwoa* ftne tom u reso.firt Murder by The.I.ItsBi
es" Aitodb a large pak o( timj6I=35Room.
ber wivive. a thdrivots of it* It&a.
)N BATTLE &uvvloZae erootr Idt w FARMER IS SNOT DOWN
I V11111"and bltolausThtirafty nlgh~A nearI
,el lays He' Sprng Valley it) drive the hungry Called to His Door at Night, No
eamt"Is &Way.I
Gum Himself The car wa& erpopins aking ovor 6, Fired Upon a Sand of Meon Who
Fight Against MlUdslY 1011dwl Weil ie'(My of WOlVES Returned a Valley and He Pellt Diie
I'llon. W" board bohiul theini atid tho Sla n HsWf' rsne
*tlon.MQ@ fmaimrowing Iwildor 0each MiniuWite.rsece
Vit ~ renve surroundmilthe citir 1hey w"re not ('a:ikvKy, %Mnrt-4 33 A head
F -.. Church fripbtetivuedby .'iti litlug of thp horn of tu ,,d 1-tfs eaily ty tinlareiny vra
on the n vhnmtil uriv ir 4,11they fear the Iii lit*,I g .u u i~fild Htariaro,1t Hiilgis.
1C~t10~to tsthat wv-e tf~i'.'in themn a eigstfig d~ e. u n111116
Ltii4%xt in Wy"uyuei~ed uat hi% rithler tires northoooto~i tf aits &v.r
v~~: ruhlibli and mudgiiarqa va tid t hoenthe weap- IIIMim o hefrt :n~ ivdoii '1trloooheeniabi
bl. tijld t heio i were bought Wlu tto to f. ilms a In the 'bt~lvv i inq* 'egleima
- lt ix I 1'01u-' Cornlvwboys da tety 1 etvlv iii i 10111s of lCitt in lih
%SOiee iu I ,d twet' 11w 1Otys MAU~Ia b)'tie t111111401t. Itit,11im %%tq o e~ m iai~tt-nta lt-1e houts

S Othee inJweMd. -
ant.bs. P.. P a., n.- -'u.
lamu gruud at Fdl ISsp hMesw edi toare h po Titws Whit a Ca
Manohed, sosM e peres e a; Meaemo

M.ib Smwmsr.. ln lasu .d e b. bt places W Lb t
Swoine *r at cm oAre or were the --
am em ot eAplome and many per.
PASSENGERS WERE RESCUED *so- ns rwiy escaped ,ath Friday THIS PROHISITI
-o a result of a hoandoIit which ke- ,
noltMahd the pa rgaulator house of c a.o
tea er ale* Wae, Ptu y, Iy the Maflteturwr' U et and Hest Rv. Clarnc er
Near at Hand an& Come to the As eompany at a suburt, causing au a Would Like To 0W a
litance of DItressed Ve se-4he y p Wage *lody
NrT usao lsst dicovered in a Cb-t
Will Preobly B0 Tital LO*. aese leEadry. The Iaging of the fire the Enemies of Prtelo
BSetU., Wsh., Mareh S3.--A 1- bells awakened pm arUtsy every tf'. Chase, .Marh 323.-
Patl the o t .IntlUsoes e lm ly In the subur.vr, who th e und *, Corelil. a(iroj M.
Vam 5, says: that their homes we s pidly thewants
On the mael wita an tith of a wth eeoine gas. ftlarme wwre sot.
mtle eo usby Ila., the stJan- las Mog in the air trom the tops of streets of C('hlll n mm
e;p S of M A e te many stores and gas jets, and walls theo b mbto nt w o bew
"i cpaiy-, WJest&mo ddu ring were tbitered by the exeesitre beat. MOB and Its oen
hip b omiag s, a~ow t alm nd d. I a number of iastances inciplent Cook coutity Wunse'sf C
The e u gc ng ul pe Area had alret y started. lewre the perance union 'r) y tIt
shoed and theshock came without gc oould be ut off hot w er boll-. Iltkto 't W iin land d
wardM th, ore In several h, oues, es hdled, the nievespry shb-ot ri.
IU To". to OWA^ .Maidows andi AM*6046p 6 coa to ton. "I wl the decet I)
toi ldss d s elevea that bad the residents co w oukld et wo dt~
*Af s ifbs me* hare fear d Lau dh not teen awakened by the fire bells the laeu.n.e -*ad l lw
many woul4 ha*e isccumbed to the s bookee ," 14 mid M
vwill break in two on the NMinglo ofes ffeof the ga, j"tMt 11 hbet (1 ,
he tide.
Ha anhourater the ve wentI A Chiaman'se queque was fund wsaSt. I ish the ad%,
aground t* storm subidled and the amr the ruins of the laundry. quor e44int wouldMtllh
order was llven fr the Nataclilg of-s -n ai elanee of stAto le
te. Iffeboats to carry the asee $20,000 LAZE AT MA TTA. H n me oilous. I "I!
wuld run with blood tna
beok to Vandes, when the steamer o e.rWdlunwh t
ol* ame roun the it d. After For a Time h a Entire Bleok Wee I "rd like to an ou wth pa
Itakig the pseqgers Valdes, the imminent Danger. The fifty women pO
Mile returned to t. wreck tho stand Ilariltta.U ( Mart6 213.-b-Fire was three or four eoe oapp
I se Itri w n di n verd riday morln a afbt 12:30 and lon Here nd thet
lerb in aiwt srone os f the North- o'clock In the restaurant of W. T. was hard.
.t p ne n Mo, her, situated In the building own. "Nine out of ten
etr by the AN.-LA arnmpMp com- 04 by lbe Misses (oreer. In a aort al wur II ton the prol
Y at the first o the year. time w tile it was msen that the re tilon." confined Mr. O(br
B MMan yd esel are InPUr itaurant would be a t "al os, a& for bold the key to the itsh
3oh e rSe and vMesel ar Inmuasd o awhi! It was feared the entire block oeul4 win tht emoemtry t
M We le ft et t W o mbIw at e hohh S ab w" o n
the return trip fron Seward and Val-t co0o'lng the south eie of the pebite if they presoebd s e
es. AamgThe pes a was squareewould be destroyed. olowever. in the rip4 apMfit. They
shd. Aminmg the pmeenel m ir th fire was confisel to the Oreer,4i M. They f1tk pr
dtnmh..dn %lbIdlmlum i sd.9 Be. *v rlrv

of taonr rimiatp d etaUre I
search-t fr her In balft a 4dotn
tries Mr (ewtTarb ld4 Frriday a
that he felt sur bhis daughltei
still liing "I hope ile is ay
ae enoaunt ihtM mawy be plate
IY attl< pts to la Id her o' that
pelte kslate her," he aJd

SHe bolle'I theI girl tan
go on tbhe sage There


t he

awe, to
Is 96 oaf)

-.but kiag. whom It mum Iss totsequesdon 0( *&1al whet to her ivy relatives lit hbasins
QL1LIL M~tXYAT 1013 ~t -R, Greer. eiesist, urn iburneolarYofSor ptesamatngcolwtlegtion. they hoW In IrtiwI Nirt her, but obp how
UER ~tEY MOIL. out, his setabltshitw~nt being a total faliev sand atpu ." made to effort to grt It
It. Cirwadatian Led to the Arrest of The stork of J. J. Ilar,(6e w" ABRUZZI 1ALFRERP.MCO A UCDS
Young Mon.LaFRspt.MCN ANO0131.
Mobile, Ala.. March Z.-b micAlto a lai ne from fire are- water. I -_-_.
11ray. a Y4011g6whitp Was. Was Ir"day! The stock of the' Mtr(lure TeuiCE'e~liHe Would Mgt Be Interviewed by the Pinned Note to His Cost with These
ftinm~on arresed elOn Ia diarywiof store was 4adamagedby smkokealso I01o 4i Wrs" mGity." 0
tooerfllig. wo f hs cmpa- ho building owne4 by the Mimesep NirT repoMrch'.I-rs WDik Mords. IS Am Gu3- halty. 1
oetsare Wat~g. Twjeo of i(11-1aaU4'r V.,; t oa WIn".lsthe value ~of Af, ga, dte hgee )wiiilivIed of a proaminent buillt
ofs Abrodbeiintg wtheting-fd."`4
Several days Wago lbore)bnitoreliort- the builditog being tibtwoft$1.m Sd ti..y. who 14repor'evl to tie engan" esi tItilng anJnbwma *&me. was 4iii
Of that anwetmterflt 510 bills of the $1.00 The lose Of the varioem to marry Mb.fth evt"110 likfta, sail eo~prtnd ead us the rear versotuls s
10tfll Fl~** e.Uesha bo .1tof socks burned ts eeumaansoac $10.000.1of4 %r?0N9W4 u#helab r1"G yhiwfehnser4
sit is tb* egi.oeslt of the dnay. F'ederiso 'Viis-- leiornal at dark fitom flellovao, whey
awret service ofllcersrawere called to TOOKt OGADLYV VI4A NCS. Upto Oebourtof scullise the, dukeabe had bees rusdulloeg itproae
ft* city &ad '"' eyKitsManWh Hd ,epa IHgdeilso aaldS l'Im or f4.47 ties repiritmetig.xAKAuatewoud ibmmgb th
toapl* places Uderni S1uY"II5SCwe. BY ilsMn h odIipeA i a Eartuo'. butt his emeanow ratebead *54 ascoed plow# sob16 &hi.
Gray ~o bes eploye sa ape Irog.#&4 by the rqwtrtn're who either 1""101109 thst the 1huabee116heel co
4%tj wrli.r for a kwlopalper cm a Me. Mobile. Aa Marc hite m.- a .104ot lbfse 01moip ser eso &atthat mlled sulfide,
cial e61iti41" The federal edidals d" .n ht a.ve & fam h e w,4t nIawr Terrbratewrs 1 1
m the art oofIs the eclimes6o one $"b~ at Itarnes KMi.. near IAW lost na m ko~~ sr S nipr T. etoo boeitye"s* '
year's ak by awrot service oA- p aMis.. y GorseWas* a wile fts,0*0was roffilt. rod as the WX There waseGoble#other tben the
tsmb (Mera. aor trt od yut. ary a hedaWla &';ad@,peintlepgt 11.1at leigh3.lj tr,,repoiver ath Nold" sadbioked Wv
elft saw aresanaewan ~to ploy, with Cs. He Smr*M the osarowearly srAa ftw rcair wb his nha o'ledIV
JURY INV91STIGATiING. i54efarid battery *a which Adawpm. ~was seamomn4el in ie-t dOwk hy on SSW*his trios&e 10 POO flac ter"Ovile
tired owl $441dieS tV1*6rsphy aIPto oe f he Itallan 4depultiaof O bilSpaity tmh deed mae
snmeationat Oevraiopmente Expected I The bh? %sea wartsp 'a stay swey I Wasiblagineto odbyihiasoret eserice V,
at Clarkoville, Teams. Sad hSboom* Ip iesi. It Is eclased m. ofhe S"fGar beIoNS09 URED F11111o pool$18 .
Naahwtll, Tess.Ninth 1 I OWntAdasm.s Mollped his fore adaet T terpot b
Na~aials. own. Mn% 3 No '1 toI *" awrym thpabt I bowson Is
etomwWT eiosty. Toesisues ra uis aeay 3*5W tk* b" pgai ted wiedw to giveout. ba-'sme soCot liem rs VOIUOIs 4Sappid tem M
10Is aspessise mad('arkss10to~ i- wit hb 6 l 05WA MUed AOa Y t~e~ak et% to SieWAb messe..
ekillang of Va4g00 111M ~Muhlefil'"th I eo 'von""aSe OUlig" 8*0 that skip =16 1 00bow" t4sw Toif NOPIA W-Ois"1e80111
end esseong of hi. broea nIathme Wtle toos beft asnwooens .I$ ameMcof tme ws-me.a m lAo Sab Uunft aedMW our" I
ailbno,* n*t rlidas. by 15111 1 Tms. I bee. IK ftredo lateI 8114C.0111. C a bod~bft )Son e
~m.we'Veamu in omw 00 grUeealip I*soaNSb&ook 1314.pow". *806M ta"ne h
A apslresanlbr e'ft ntainaosmt,* 1111011111 BueSNOWd. 11111=t Vim iin ow w po "flypan of the hwtmfh #SONeY.
owiiallomansodIt ft o p~v ibm Deaft"?, 09111 beta e0f161110" tea I .~* llSO ~d~ beo RMes Pbmn
Val tw. osoonaw dpveeop-6"Ie f m emWemoint. a as go ow 0~roe-el s(aloset e~
wgo" the 2yrew 41h5t seem ofthe stO to 101W 'afth. owl" NA 1 I A 1Su1eotys a.ismI*sililiil e .shs
the softpreamleest ma"et CIs Chu. Ob. in.um tk M6 oom a' 1 o bm4we'4 that *odb.e1 astirdft tA4m de a"alMo oftho
sod *Mstoeiry ainatl r 11 hto. Otthe l1106400141 ilesbass. 04 ft! ismetouwlonAO %on he*IVaosM s m
in s wwrt sb swThhe billowto Isum ". sa b dleosmeer. aas"ges 14 .ad bo 5L is wi n 3
Sm t kiS le 3m.e.ellen o-odow *t f"~ttf MPI aaq b os sra dw M as O
asn a~ip a o bvew ebb oi" oft dwla ~ M er W. M*VA.me Wtias Sell S6w bft to e 004,me
potis tiotee Ifiy he v* i~ m is 0611111 O*. -of11W6010. has t ft,4SUS loma"s to JP aerat e
ty Se, to tbrooSilely isdo a *IS My Wor j 4 Sut o be410w41 el toamin
-w #-gfhn M we ID* W 00114111111" 7 0A=111infUO Aom4 ,I Cadew# ita *b d ol
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Per Saab N~. aeis (besowed t on I -o 6wS. eI lonto poop eheee oS ,a'h mr

to 1. fewees. e 10ok iye.)s" f 0Mp own tU~safto I Sm,' Tiiw. wailt in$" a P"" Mo 111111Mhe0ams
a* 4~fals" 0 16s41"as 40 "Mt- *% fto e U.., -.4 to w ewV1111111ofni
am"-wa me thosatedos No wsw o 6 ftiiiiib40 g s 800"d ofis0 *MO so
- duet 411oiaigto @WV a 9mW. b01101S. 40 OM# ft3 ~
:a tde fts, rsett. -oouIdine I w go ~p~ft to



sblortI too le 2''9' ~(clivk Appirpel-1"
6" trouble, e' i" noUPtle I sfrtnat ieive
sitt a aboltaun and flrM~ onre.
Tto Mightbqt-r'lersr.o4bat wkit it MIR
toy. which killoil HNet~ee jitawfsa Me
wife f'ettw~l his siehe
'rb. mnaskrd iawntithenruale mpi4d'
SbWA). Atud 4141fletMd. t-10111t Wt N st
ta i 6 llaps hicuF. or bar".
Itf" itemII AIs n lretwspodeet tlAWOO
quits 6,And.wlimey known Oovr tb*

Hardwiek, at Oesrgla.,Makes A"bei
on President.
Waithingtsa. Marok 23 4Maoore tt*
IIsten Wf Ir~i4wit K~ae*seve~k web i.
dulesal In IN the 611616% of rvV8680wtA
Illes Irrifty. iwhenbe wus e mu*S
d* uniaoticd by Mr 11arttwite of UoI..
ifio. foarfile#ng hj osend to "oefte
all Infoermation rasarelln ug It'pon in
WhIeh had .minisaIntohis pnsndsios.
'The pralate's, &uwivet, t$mad ia
ready oeid vigumronedefonder In 1Mr.
%lann, ret l' lfinos, who assert*4 that
the prewetelent had OrWe with the st.
amist moo.)faith is aov4lag to congress
all lnffiriustion that hats 00`1Wne o1i0

* The dirustilon a re, eier a resort.
titn by Mr. Ifardwclkh to reuire the
pre-lint to supply the house with all
' ittal M far obltlwlI by Ihe bureasi
of crpWilrti~ei 'l The reotlution Was
tabled, l 14 to I I

* Cuetlm InapeplOre Killl ash Other U&.
t der a Mistake,
S 101 141, Tn M emr I 134Ao4s64
C'itwlo laasptr4ora Chartles Il,
e and sarliea Jonle fought a d4el In the
Iry *, atbf the Ri)o frfatd. river, IS
i ls illy Thuriday n lht. *d4 b.ah
ee )i tilled Thelr hdtt0 were d,
S~ .rwid rraly Ift s utppOied tug
l iai w lan Olk the lh i hr ff' r a tia .
i 14.r
l**ca was a wat *e 'tarntbe MaJOr
T li liags. 4f *the I lteI io Atd
stemy, **4 a brethe of 1tie swife
SCplar rreah I WIektbm. TweVth
Istatery, Nitesd e15ase ms, ende.
Ssed ati eweevr'o leland. N. T.
r joes ye a msifred as.* He live*
AI a 1e6 AstMlo sald HIoMsiS. Tei.
Sbewe eswatesg the rtoiAm wervae.

Se itde euesI So tSp *i V-l(
co a swe L Loadof e y pehtte.
S'dbmiipkU, Matfi t FiP men
mlere of The veI of the I4ift'h-
Thoiat's Pgst, N I I I% ,the .
~6Wet f W6 taAS &moo ll, a nem
Qi aib flli Ito re e,,t& ,,, fr
TI"p steed t lat ue. K ra la
SamoanowM sWd that gaeag
ith toh e il daml s .r W
Stt se ll ewerp Mo pi aM
4"k stfa pey ia be t(d aW.

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MWUne mo U,
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Father Ha4 s nt $8.000 in Effort to
Find L t Doughter.
New York. March 23 -*Afitr threat,
years' search on his own areuati for
hli leeitng daughter. Involving the o%
peaditlre of more than $.mi0i, ,.la3
qFl.h (,ipwikrh, a i tredid nillllne<,
has fuAlity appe 'eat to the p1i>,cO to
find the girl. If she to still alllt.
the n,'m ln girl, 011m. Is twenty-thre',
years oli.
HSlm ier dieopp.aresc at the age

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TfiK DAILY $014.: (*AIMtiiILV FLORIDA, )WIARH I2. 1908



Burts' Book for 1906 is Complete
Encyclopedia in ItelL



Contans Classified Diretory of seolal,
Realdenee and Susinew Inaeruets,
Furnishing Ail information of City
That Could be Deeired.
After some delay, occasioned by la-
ability to secure eum1clet labor In the
priat-sop. Burts' OaWtnevlle Directory
for -84 has made Its appearaOSe,
and will be distributed and placed on
sale Immediately.
This book, which is one of the neatly
eat of Its kand ever published, is print-
ed bn the very best grade of enamel-
ld book namer, cloth bound. the cover


Ill, Weak and lmuated, U
stored to HKelth by VinoL
Mr. J. W. Flagg of Portland, Me.,
write: "Our little daughter, six
years of age, after a severe attack of
the measles, which developed into
pneumonia, was left pitifully Othrn,
weak and emaciated. She' had no
appetite, and bh stomach was so
,weak It could not retain food. She
lay in this condition- for weeks, mad
nothing the doctor pteecribed did a
bit of good. and we were beginning
to think she would never recover.
"At this time we commoneed to give
her Vinol, and the effect was marvel-
ous. The doctor was amnase at her
progress, and when we told him we
were giving her Vinol, he replied, 'It
Is a fine remedy, keep It up.' We
did so, and she recovered her health
and strength months before the doctor
said sae would."

being buff, with red and black Ink, The reason Vinol accomplished such
making a very handsome appearance. results, when everything else falls.
The work contains 120. pages and is because it Is a cod liver preparation
eight pages of inserts in two colors, made by a scIentifae, extractive and
It Is a most complete volume, affording concentrating process from fresh cods'
all general Information usually car- livers, combining with peptonate of
ruled In a directory, with some extra Iron all the medicinal, healing, body-
points. The book is divided into three building elements of cod liver oil, but
sections. beginning with a complete no oil. When the powers of life are
general directory. Following this is low Vinol restores the whole digestive
a classified residence directory, the system to a ,ordmal condition and
name, occupation andf address of' lakes It possible for the daily food to
each resident being given, the white nourish the body as nature Intended.
and colored people being separated. For this c taon there Is nothing
Following the residential directory, equal to Vinol to create strength for
there ls an alphabetically arranged the aged, the weak and run-down and
and clasesfled business directory, em- donvalesoenL Try It on our guaran-
bracing business and profe-tlons, man- tee.-W. M. Johnson, Druggist, Oaines-
ufacturlng. etc. ville, da.
Another feature of this work whielf .
makes It unusually attractive Is the GOVERNOR BROWARD HERE.
very high grade of all materlAl used
in Its construotIon, every few page Came for Visit to Judge Carter, But
being alternated with outs Illustrating Suddenly Called Home.
feet scenes in alnesvillle.
The compiler and publisher of this Hon. Napoleon B. Broward, Oover-
work draws a most Impressive paral. nor of FloridA, who arrived in this
1l1 of the rapid growth of OGanesville city Suaday for a brief visit to his
with other Florida cities. As evidence friend. Judge Syd L. Carter, was very
of this remarkable growth, the pops. much artevid shortly after his ar-
latlon is given for this year as 7.885, riva Pere to receive a telegram an-
as agatint a population ln 1905 of noufetng the sad death of Sonator W.
1,146--a Increase within this short J. Bryan.
period of 3.01 names. Of the press. Governor broward left on the first
eat population there is estimated 3.900 train for Tallaha'sos, after receipt of
whites and 3.43C colored. this telegram, hence did mot have an
This directory will prove of the opportunity of meeting his numerous
greatest value to our ltisen.s, and the friends herr, .11l of horn would have
publisher anticipates n6 trouble in dis- been slad to r c him.
posing of the Issue wiltoA delay.
*-* -- Breathe Hyomel's Tenio Healing and
Interstate Commiselen Will Have Final be Curel of Catarrh.
Argument for Flerida Growers. *
F. D. Wargor, president of the Mir. Nature has a remedy for catarrh. a
Ida ruit and Vegetable Shippers' treatment that is far better than don-
Protective Association, and C. A. Col- ing the stomdh with medicine and
elouhb. a member of the assoelation., drut .
have returned from Jacksonville. It to the healingt oils and balsams of
where they went as representative Hyomel which medicate the air you
of the assootatlea before the later. breathe, rehbing the most remote
state Comme Cosmulniss., In the air esle in the nose, throat and lungs.
arguast for better rates on Ploruia i MIllg all catarrhal gems and re-tor
ou. i| Ins health to the mucous membrane.
The try ofd tie diseata otlea by The *se of yomet Is like a cur-
tA trgeaporteaoe -aes aeat Utive Iternal air bath and has the
f Isrd i k well know, avls ww e e hellag and atiseptie feet as
publishe on several Iarmer omesim wihre the pte forests give of their'
TIh heartag la Jackoavle was a bagan Manealig balsaims
esaomattle of the argument wlob Bseathy the tavtgoraU and heal
a ina Washlagton before the ee.Iag I7pemel ad see how quickly you
aiim.i several weeks agM and wWil gt riet from estarrh. If It
wia hbeatai was postponed to d*oe et elp y there will not be

MarsH N. in Jacksoevllte. a pea's expoe, as J. w. MeCsvoum
The hearing t JackaavUlle was & CO *Agr to refd the money if
eesetd A undar the dsetloa of it as to ers. The complete Hyo.
J Age Pey, sad Mr. Warner states et ~ tft costs oety m1.
l to every way. After a epte
t days the vdee an be iethdMw Captn etMee till I.
S was Amplete aRd a aal dargmet The mve"me frteds of Captain
was ordered for Waslagto0 eo May T. w. GeteM. who has bes quite 11I
14, shoMy after which a desiteos my at his bome nto Port White for several
be eted4 Ij daywill regret to learn that his c -n
dute remiaws enaaedw-ta fact. If
SMR. STOKES HA PAPRA there has been a chwae It has bee
~~ for the verse.
Ml Oter of Hie Perle and LLMs Cptmn Osea tos ti after of Mrs.
Older of Sem1ri Lee. J. ti eD of this ity, who has beto
Amag d proal et O(atederates at his bed*de for eovwal da~v
whb at stlaeA heI Mrty m o o .

the Uvtoed oatWderate Votera"s last
S week mwaM I tokae of lACtroo
Capftai Stobes wa Cptal of Com.
psayp 0. bSaed PtFlor Regtaeat
Coba4l W. L Mn erMaummadlta. and
brent with ai a paroe uder date
of AppenmOita ON t ot uw. Va.
Aprtl !0. IWS. wbhi av ve him t.
priW le of "gol ing e and remain-
aIng udeturbed." He ba also a copy
ot G-r Robt B Itee's last or4er
surrndertis the Amy of Nowth
Virgsiae at uattoL. nd4s date
St ApII 1its 11, w Ih i "k w e
s ered. efteeoeg Its ft We
m 0 memo" d 1 .
msof Ww ds

Card of Thanke.
Mr. and Mrs If W Tojole d.sire
threegh ThetSun tito exp'tw'tbelr un
cwr gratitsde and thatiks to thq'ss-
who so kindlY adzuslelt~rv to tkee
durieg lb. rwvtkt Ilinees and '404%ht
ut "her deas 'tnal'ul.child. UL'lancard
SAWsuretisnew o s erv msot4tbrul that
thy il e U1uvw Wbeforesumt



Another of Gailneeville's Faithful
Negroe Servants Laid to Rest
Sarah Oreen, colored, died at her
quarters at the borne of Mr. and Mrs.
Ju. M. Ordham. West Matn street N.,
at 6 o'clock Sunday afternoon of
Bright's disgse, after suffering sever-
al months.
Deceased was about seventy
*ydear of age, and was familiarly
known to those with whom she was
acquaflted as "Aunt Sarah." She was
an old slave, faithful almost to a fault,
and bas been in Florida-all her life.
having beeasborn and partially reared
In Bradford county. She was one of
the oldest residents of Gaineville,
however, having been here for more
than forty years. or the past seven-
teoo earsa or more she has been a
servant of Mrs. Graham, during which
Um ashe bha proved herself most
faithful, and Mrs. Graham and family
naturally thought a great deal of her.
For the past fw ycars Abe has occu-
pied a comfortable, snug little room
which was built especially for her, in
the rear yard of the Graham home,
and all during her illness Mrs. Gra-
ham personally saw that she had the
best of attention.
The Grahamm. true to Aunt Sarah,
gave her a most respectable burial.
They purchased a nice casket, and her
remains were laid to rest nl a neat
lot which, was lurcbased for her.
The funeral was held at 10 o'clock
Monday oruning from the Mt. Pleas-
ant M. E. Church. Rev. S. A. Huger
officiating, assisted by Revs. Deas and
Drake. Tbh services were largely at-
tended, a number of white friends of
deceased being provided with special
seats. These white friends also fol-
lowed the remains to their last rest-
ing-place, carrying flowers to strew
upon the grave. The casket was also
covered with flowers at the church.
Aunt Sarah's kind is gradually be-
coming extinct, and she will be great-
lyq insed at the home where she has'
so long and faithfully served, and
where everything possible was done
for her as a token of appreciation
for her falthfuilners.


That's the Only Way to Cure Dand.
ruff-and Parisian Sage is the
Only Killer.
"Parisian Sage. said a New York
barber "will kill the destructive and
peralstent g.rms of dandruff and
abolish the disease. There m:iy he
other remedia that will do tbe am.ni.
but I never heard of one."
And Just rvad what ono of the frtre
most barter of SpriigtIeld, Mna -.
mays of Park lan Sage.
"Dear Sirs. I used your Parislan
Sage antl f,>nd it better than #>)
other. It is the best Hair Hestorer
I ever uieed, and I htive used them
all I find it a great Dandnitff re-1
mover also. You should get it into
all the Barber Shope and get the bar-;
ben to use it as it is great. I remain.
Your* truly. Oeo. A. Stills. 73 Main
street. Sprinifleld. Mass."
Parisian Sage moak into the salp
and when it reache the roots of the
hair it not only killsa every dandruff
gTerm,. but It supplies the hair with
just the right kind of sourtshment to
pIt vigor and strength nlato it and
make it grow.
Partiela Sage Is the most deHlight-
tl hair dresaing ta the world: uw it
ome week and you will never give It

Partalan 8a to guaranteed by W.
M. Jokasos to stop fallnl hair: to
cre damdrulf to dark pray an
fade4 hair: to erre itcdin of the
scap or mowey back. Prkc e o ets
a botle at W M. Joha 's or by mail.
ebarge preiad. from Giroux Mfg.
Co. Bffftklo, N. T.

Card of Thanks.
To the many sdrNg frt ad who**
sympathwis and kIMdnese. to ae. tI
aiy bertvement, bav e bmw most'
vearOeAly and graceftuly .woa. I
*ish to .Ctlrn my saTereft apprl.
ctam n-d heartfelt thanks

Take I.%XATIVBK 1ROMO Qualoe
Tablets trgfts re tfe4 m*y t
it tall to cre. W. OOVE O 4 v is
atwre ee seek bt s. r .



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t~fl*to the coneltsion
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I'lL.~~W'e do niot Pav

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.e nmvte boseke to cal l examine the 8teblt Dawpnrt
i amub in"nation ht~ l e'v7w ofemi to the publte. Uphol-
steAd in firKt-l1M manner-41 tewl pings "In met and b rk, making at
most comfortable bl yn esn imaine. The treit ip not like other so-call-
e.t Dua-enprt lww e-it is complete.
Thw stmit Morris Chair, with foot- *t, i% simply perfect.
0('tME IN AND EXAMINE THEM. S rt-ral ,lifrent rtyls on ex-
hihition. Prkw wry nasponala.. sie en won l ur a carde to

IL. US Aet, 103 East Mlsm sL
anm he a ill call on you with naniplw of upholtery, cuts of dl&mt stykl.
lwim'n and all information rwoww .


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Big Tim. Anticipated by Sol.
e dier ys at Armory Touight.

captain Blanding and Lieutenants
Warren and Wheeler Anadous that
Citlases heuld Come Out and S1-
eourag the soldier Lays.
Tonlsht will be a very pmpots oe-
at the new araory otf impa
Second Infantry, t ria f taoB
ops, Galaeville Guards, begla the
slon of Inspection by Captain
wrence 8. Miller. Coast-Artillery, U.
A., and Captain Byron MeO. West.
will represent the Adjatant4-Ge
I of the State Troops, Hon. J.
Word R. Foster, who will not have
opportunity to be present
Captain J. W. Blanding. command-
the Guards, is anticipating this In-
tion with a great deal of enthusi.
as are also IJeutenants Shields
warren and W. D. Wheeler. The
mpany was never better or stronger,
d Indications are that the organisa-
will turn out strongly upon this
There will be regualr drill Incidental
this Inspection, when the boys will
put through the various field ma-
v yers and manual of arms. The
pany Ia well drilled, and those who
tnems the exercises tonight will no
bt appreciate the eftmency of the
A cordial Invitation is extended to
public, especially the ladles.
Pose In attendance will not only
Iltnem an interesting drill, but will
given an opllortuhity to Inspect the
egnt new armory and club rooms,
e athletic hall. etc.
The exercises will begin at 8 o'clock.
licious fruit punch will be served
the guest

Remember The Sun ofo when you
want anything in the printing lin.
Ir. If. L. Montgomery and A. 1'.
Hilleary. two well-known elttien. of'
Mleanolpy. were among those who'
spent yesterday In thi4 eity on bust-
Newton A. Watson of Wade wa In
the city yesterday. nmakin a home
stead entry in the United States land
o0eu. The tract to located near the
Suwaneo river, at the Wet End.
J. 3. WIMeIm, who Is engaged in
t& La bestmes at Oranita, returned
to tht paat yesterday, after a brief
visit to hib tmlly hew. Mr. Whid-
dea states that the tany tribe Is run-
ala we)l sow, and the catches are
Dr. Harry L. Pearce. formerly of
this city but now engaged In the
practice of hi dental profession at
Lakeland. spent Bunday in this city
as a guest of his mother. Mrs. Robert
Wlxsom. Dr. Pearce's friends here
were glad to see him.
Mrs. Henry C. Futch and Miss Ma-
rion Futch have gone to Samson. Ala..
where they will remain for a few days
as imests of relatives, returning with
the former's father-in-law, Mr. Farmer.
They will visit Texas before re'trn .
Ing to their home here.
Among the prominent traveling
men In this city Is J. T. Rader of
Philadelphia. representing the Mlillhr
lIock Company. Mr. Rader haH tbn
coming to Gaineil le,at regular Inter.
vals fur many years, and Is very much
pleased to note the steady and'health
fu; growth of the' lcty.
The 0. W. Hyde Company has an
advertisement In this Isue which will
prove of especial Interest to the nwn,
Inasmuch as this Im a special shirt
sale, at which great bargains will .'
offered, This firm Is offering shirts
of $1 and $1 t, value lit 79. cents. aid
Khlrts of 75 cent. value for 43,cents.
Will Carter, formerly of this city.
where for several year hie was mas.

0n of the Important Dutis of Phyd s .
the Wd-Informed of the Wo
is to learn n: ti the relative standing and reliability of the leadlg manufaoturf l
or$ of me'dincit.il a1enlts, as the most eminent physicians are the most careful M to",
the uniform quality and lrifect purity of ren medies prescribed by them, and it Is w
known to pl'\sicians and the Well-informed generally that the California Fig Syrup
Co., by rea.s.'n of its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical characters i
its product h.t. attained to the high standing in scientific and commercial circles which1
is accorded to successful and reliable houses only, and, therefore, that the name of tbe
Coplany h.is lconme a guarantee of the excellence of its remedy.
appeal to the \Vell-.Informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent suec
aems "adcreditable standing, therefore we wish to call the attention of all who would
enjoy good health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right
living with all the term Implies. With proper krpwledge of what is best each hour
of reorgation. of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute
to that and and the use of medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage, but
as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the
proper time. the California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present
truthfully th.' subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won
the approval Of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-Informed because
of the excellence of the combination, known to all, and the original method of manufac.
ture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. g
0 This valuable remedy has be x'n long and favorably known under the name of-
Syrup of I'iI; and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the l iumot excellent of
family laxativvs, and as its pure laxati e ptiitciples. obtained Irom Snt.ua, are well
known to pIlv- 'ii.ns and the Well-Intormed of the world to le thi' eIxst of natural
laxatives, '\' hlu e adopted the more retlaorate name ot---Syrup of ",i: and Elixir of
Senna-as In 1'i' fully descriptive of the iemedy, but doubtless' it will always b.e
called for l, the shorter nanm of Syrup ot Figs -and to get its ie'nl'icial e'(fec c.. always
note, when p u having., the full naine ot (the C('mpany - Caliltnia l'i" Svup Co.--
plainly printed '(n tihe front of every p.\ k... whether you sinipl>y call tfor Syrup of
Figs-or Iv thO luil mtnme-Syrup otf li a.nd lIEh-\ir of Stnna its \i rip ol Figs and
Elixir of S! 'in1: is the one. laxative ,itne l\ mn.uitiactured by the (Cahlil, nii Fig 9yrup
Co. and tlh .aiue heretiloia' known IvY tl> in.mire S.\rup ofl li'g, thlich hais given
satisfaction vl millions. The genuine i. I to .al,' lv nill leading dln inkm t throughout
the Unitedl ti.. in original packagls. t0 onv i.: only, tlhe is gil.ar pli'c, of which
is fifty cert i I. l>.ttl,.
Evei I,,l is sold undth r the gtineiial iiiniitele (ti the Co'nmia.in\, til,,d with the
Secretary o: \n ti, lture, at a Wita'slliington, I1. (, that the enliiedv i s 1 p t0 iidiilterated or
misbranded \~mltin th: meaning oI the Fo~eI iid l iniru s Act, Jiiei' .tioh, tl> i.


Louisville, 1 .

Smti rraneitAco, CalI.
V' S. A.

itur nae'chatmic is( the (ii -, %II,,it A*~
,(ulf ml lroeiwid spent slilulo % %111k,
friends hevre' %Ir% artei i i -t''e %ri-a
Ositlmif at Wth111gb Hp 0ge, i. ii' li e 14 S M B D
coildwith the nuechmoii iea I uiattSO E OD i
nient of the Atlantic Cot t I .ie 'rall

rouiecnete'ei aithi Tbe Son lit t fI i s I h'it til o r d E oi~t o %f vre
John I) u aalatt- nitil r.'i niiti m. ~ t
Witt now of Jackson willp, a'li'rv hu'
holds A lpositionlon *rho e iauthiriael Net ail~llill ds'jjosilos.
Rveft~orlnt a low hisitro her.'~e 5ito'r*
da. oh I ot omil'.an uni' tie iti
newspaper maen, lust nclever It.ilime
ats well. and bass meatm flouialm thlreiali,
(itit~~ th.it,.The Bainesville
Mr. anid Mrs. Janiv' Wilmout of
JobhistownE lN.. hx%#. Arrived fitsthis-'----T. W. 1111401
city, amnd are' iego~iuipltiwfith litti, 1L
K UPlANd, KaCh (Bhm'iiStreet. fiv."
Wet INw's imi spedling Ithe 451 twie
tuouths doilghtfuill at it t. Pstermitura TWENMTHITH CENTURY CLUS.
bust decided to iifmi's n*fes m'leuits
lOaimsewilip beW, roti'rmimg tit their lntersotifl A~Meetnat tleke sens sof
bornw, They are situ ie tmmud. ol'f wifrMe's. S.LSL Cease.' Muh to.
C 1111spistiewof this efc inetd tb#4r meet. The "(10mies Met"ing Etbs" Two*
'Ing ua" usatrall) 5N'iuitn*t 1111'4hsbl.firth Century Club was held Mienday.
one March 161A. atstheho boei uf Mrs K R3
Mi si Netlle.Armite liarfuui..g (*atnnee
yens# Wlay of Lou Iis % I"a. fy 9wuhobas Tboeta" k r* attlritindancu a
booms hort*for the. i'm.fwfe k or I~ s Go rIll155itv IDn flANU em A'111So
14 asstimesof the 1biiaso-, loods, ham to-Hesmtily Out City." bruaght foth
ituniarsd it) hr bones.' Sb. was a.'- many raseel MomIdeonusthe stabjeetI
eorngaaied as her f -tweeuby how 'aI erS ~reed 1by Mt.. c'bAimladWil
brother,.ny lo hasI~. beesboefew, ttMe's. Udeters mealmW gd is m wies
the Vst lfew Gays Mises flou. Gou ie;tivosa.abi the itoh preseed d atgp
aim wrest as far si jeabammili t. Ito taks.te otmisfo teImrSWUS1 we
turuaglax 4 kt might bE a5Arsetm. aailif'4towns Img,9ovessemt. .millese to
.manyfriend. who re~etils very: hog a'salsotgod IQot" Ithe amotamaims
much hot doi.sparu.. 'A 4tr is) m at bob shmaxor samd einasil
'her It" 0 agals be. II "'massA4btiat We W" aviled to eONWdto
It Ui Teaclsh la a- a Go OCumlipasibs ~ ai.
:()o. ashe". bet *IlirommaM hw she mus f P'bepit"Oififheld e04s "'ea
uawt esti fedayis M r .7..o n. Ilibl to4 d pledgtia lbthue k pg W 01the
mebrof the Sr~ sof itido & To eohclaseb lftet* fi*ste "WOgisa
allm ftrm al. sase. f.uirigOmas out PROW SKI'RK111TU.
dew Wie weeImpi e r.re bemw4rW to,
him. k s WOeted a;'zewmwihoin K II%lakfa m Sn
C.Oplimiliea eke .i th io rmassih~ bt gmmlho wivreW .46.' gave *mema
Woo mm to eshe USA" 11Stales.,defww I'l bem dIieemo 8UWfty
amid Illto t D mius, itr meeed .,timm.. I at" A5111111th 5P1111ls 1b.. 11t a
his Mom" bera bvre.h's0. Wsd WiOl hri'a~d Mee jaiiiiie It s N llm"
be =W Wahb subeinsmpM@ In opasity JeckinSWfto AWelOften WO
sum u m CJim Lh a troAwlbevm s f bad $&"MW* 49 ii 48 ng o
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ANOW 4 Oa P rnM 0o9S 0 as GaIaDvfle. Me.
se*sd-elmo snal mater.
ILI, MOO ARY .....ditor and Pubilaer.
i' M S a BU T ....... ****...........C y te.
R IL. PRWITT .... Sept. CompoMeIroomuo
;w. tain street, L. T mwoS ee
Tu ')Ai'.V soe, published eavry mornlange
dpt MUday, delivd bwtw I city, or
asIW to any part of the United 0lta, posap
eS,f tor!5 I.ye.arS.a 3 P mothls astl.StUre
.m1ths; or o ce ts tv ye wuIVs-triclyr is

Rwdling noticelos. ia ll column so cents lin
ar ias inertieo.Vd s5 cnto for esachdditiotma
laotes "er display advertisag made IMown ou

Ihe Twiee4-Week Sl is an eiht-pag, forty.
61m rt paper, published e very Moundoy a
T ay, ad coontaenall the sews of the
9 61l o, State asMera1, and wiU be
1 1u1ed, poeta free, to any rit of the Un1t
S mille or Canada, forge$ 1.o a year-in advance.
[; -
* AU adwrtilulg bills become due after, rat
aMpessUe of advereleamt,u mieM otberwtm
= plaod is contract. partle mot Intwo to -
beyeqetred to pS for adetWla g isa6
SUh. AdMd08. THB DA14Y SWN. I

If President Castro keeps on playing
With the breech-block he may get
caught in a flareback.

Hardly can we see the need of thirty
S eatists in the navy now that hard-
tack and salt horse have passed.

Philadelphia si having an immense
revival. Well, almost anything that
will revive, Philadelphia ought to be

It the Sultan of Turkey has any
friendship for China he will now give
her a hint on how not to pay that
Tatsu Indemnity.
h It looks as though neither the Kaiser
S ter Lord Tweedmouth had a private-
Secretary Loeb, o0 they certainly.
would have blamed that letter on him.

*' Abe Hummel, having completed Mer
tera in the penitentiary, has sailed
for Europe for a year's stay. This will
at least help the average of American
eltienbshlp for twelve months longer.

A wine contemporary has routed out
the fact that there Is no drinking
water within 100 miles of Magdalena
Bay. As if those excurulonlsts who
ane going down there would ever
notice It!
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China's handling of the Tatsu Maru
0Inident, by which she establishes the
status of filibustering, while seemingly
yielding to all demastds, savors of a
diplomacy far beyond anything that
the Orient yet has produced.

The House has decided by an almost
uasalmous vote to replace the motto,
"In God We Trust." oa the coins. It
S t to be feared, however. that tbis *
more of a concession to their country
*Oatitluenta than an evidence of re-
p dt to the Deity.

J. D. Matheeon announce his a.
i diacy for county treasurer In thl s I
-se of The Iua. Mr. Matheoe i ose
t of the oldet and best know iltS
naen of Alachua county, and hh 1n
tegrIty ha never bond questlooed.
*' Ill heoas of friends throughout the
[i county will live him loyal support.


ly e 1dd. 4
William Jabtoi Bryan was a native
of Orange county and was 31 years
old. Upon the death of Benatos Mal-
lory a few week ago Governor Brow.
ard appointed him to fil the unexpired
term ending March 4, 1i09. Next to
henry Clay he was the youngest man
who ever occupied a seat in the U.
8. Senate. He had barely become
acquainted with the duties of the
office when he was stricken with ty-
phoid fever, and after three weeks'
illness he sueoumbed to the dread
disease In the hospital at Washington.
Senator Bryan was a brilliant orator
and a lawyer of exceptional ability,
an unusually pleasant man to meet,
and a typleal 86utherner. He was a
candidate to besesed himself and bad
a strong following throughout the
Commentaing pop Senator Bryan's
death, The Ttmes-Union of Monday
"Will Bryan Is dead! This sad mes-
sage flashed 'from lip to ear through-
out Jacksonvule yesterday, and the
wires carried It to friends and rela-
tives In various parts of the State.
The news came as a shock, because
reports from his bedside during the
last few days were enaoeraglng. and
the latest bulletin that came over The
Times-Unlon's leaked wire from Wash-
nlagton at 2 o'clock Sunday morning
reoorled a much Improved condition
and hope f6to"ls recovery.
"Will Bryan was a lovable charge.
ter, handsome, magnetic and eloquent,
and his friends looked forward to a
brilliant career for him. They were
proud of him, and they were happy
In his success. But the Grim Reaper
came and earthly ambitions for him
are at end.
"Bide by side In the Senate cham-
ber sat Senator Whyte of Maryland
and Senator Bryan of Florida, the
oldest and the youngest Senator. O4ly
a few days separate them In their
journey to the Great Beyond. Both
are dead. And It seems only yester.
day that they were In the full vigor
of life, planning together measures for
the benefit of their constituents.
"SeveO tOKted States Benatora shave
been claimed by death within the past
ten months. These were John T.
Morgsan and dmnd WV. Pettua. both
of Alabama:; tephe R. Mallory of
rlorida. Asbery C. Latlmer of South
CarolWa. ReduId P. Proctor of Ver-
mont. William PHokney Whyte of
Maryland sad William James Bryan
of Florida.
"In this uoneual harveat of death.
orMda has twice swerved. the Reaper
eomalg the seeood time while the
woled left by the death of Senator
Mallory stU ached In the hearts of
his friends."

S The "'eovfl" got Into the electric with&mpe we
motor tI Tob. Sun olce Saturday With a t eh ab of trumpets we are
alght and '. :fueed to work. puttlag old that S he Beato Elis may
the lUnotype out of business for about become the grandfather of a kiag f
four hours. Thin soemsto for much Italy. hueheks! Wht done that
ap ortant local reading matter being amount to fr asM thai a nh
emitted trom Sunday's isue. We are n the ,|tdNf t t @ats and 1t
vader obllgatilons to Mr A. M. Lewis. worth $1S0,O. sT?
the geattmanaly eletrtelaa. and our d the start of the
faithful emplhyes fw ltwlng able to got marine inquiry AIley will look like
o out the pal ..r at all
oat the psr at a faded lower at the end.
F :.. ... .,. .-- _--_ .. . . . ...
AA Ill be a's a amnooaniucen'ut Hew* Thieft
sesehelw 4 i th i ja'r C I'CItrik We o t>r One lIundtle D olars Re
4e a candidate fr ra 'vilc- i as t s ard for any cme of Catarrh that can-
ty OMmIeAMOmr ,trtmu l1l1 the bird
ditr~ic t. Mrt' ib k hA sfur two nt be cured by liall's Catarrt cure
dtotrict Mr l"rch ha. for two J CHlENlLY & CO.) Tol'. O,
Svrcs *b 'e shr'Irnt rv'l'r*et% We. the anderatIned har. know
whe of the polil" as rvenatlhuslnr.Will, jawtsry 1h y,
F J CbeeY for thew tat l ySyarn. and
deriuag wabch tisa e has. lIWd the "o b b r e a
tlUoas not onb )Uith b-redhi to hilevislf. ball tranvrsM.tle.m and fMnanIally
but botelit to the etmuilt v, Ms to cr out any ~blgattenia made
itee demonstra(ted the tl ti o .. t tm
hard rnads and the uber of ub WAt.I)lNO. KINNAN & MARVIN,
stantlal steol bridge abhleh have tw va Whoeale IrWggitst. Totedo 0
constructe d atrng his adms.t tration Iall's CatarTb Cure W takes lateru-
Mr .1drkMh stands os t s i on t the aly. actin ditrmtl upoan the blood and
' psataiormui sod r s aNid ultcl teamBu~eo surface eof the y stem Tuet-
I n,*un au4 kas t su.eat fria. Prit 7C per
oinallrtv tlan *and atso the o n,.g11 t bonle Sold by all ruggttsa
o all tho. hAo at to e I. ip- e* at Play P for vas
s.* carired

*WhI, the people

ly ers ontor
Bryan's condition was aeh 1pprsvad.
the news was reeeevjWby wire that
he had died that same morning. The
first intelligence of the md death of
this brilliant young man came through
a message to Governor Broward, who
was the guest of Judge Syd L. Carter.
The Sergeant-atArms of. the United
states Senate also notited Mr. Dave
Bryan, a brother of the deceased, who
is a student at the University of Flor-
ids In this city. *
Senator Bryan was well known to
many of the people of this city per.
sonally, anSad everyone, whetar they
had ever met him or not, expressed the
deepest regret that his brilliant and
proml;ig caeer Bhad bees so sudden-


At car DNAb ead ncu oop of our
Pooket sa, hubpIS I Opt of nA-
emant, wandb~e& uvbqa pa'on o
YW warsiWe pa Fo Ps, urPea
Om"t lamse, ~sswsWd quartery.


Tb~e,emw r e'w, u Inkfsmn. '*1 ,I'n
know .n bat tohew 0* sanptrr
an ~i a w Cl4m wa wlt

Vol eyvaIq. Yea .
Pm Uw NOL L T.Stfet. -PrP.

By wSer J. Hoappoo&

it yop would become great you must
appeal to the greatest possible num-
her of people. An Idea wlehb'strikes
you as a god one may be good only
with reference to a selected few. It
ti tre that many propositions, design-
ed to atsy the wants of a certain
dam of the population, have met with
unquttisable success; but in every
case rw power Is limited. On the
Other hand, when you appeal to the
whole people, your propositUoon knows
I0 bInds-.. It is l1Mited oly by your
oIMty oSLb.ae of It.
Min' yeah ago, whep Joseph Pulit-
*r benge hM career In Atierica as a
waiter in a St. Louis restaurant, he
OUced that most of the people who
ea0e into the place ordered ham and
Oags. Pom that time be made up
hia mind that If he would become
great he would have to appeal to the
"ham and egg" public.
One day Carl Schirs, then editor of
The Weliehe Poet. came into the
restaurant and before long young
Pulltser was working on his news.-
pper. He advanced rapidly and soon
oame Mast. where he assumed charge
of The New York World and Imme-
diately put Into effect his "ham and
egg" policy.
It was this policy that brought Pulit.
ser to the front, and the principle
which underlies It has been a guide
for many successful men.
PMld out the wants of the greatest
number and get an Idea that will ap-
peal to the "ham and egg" public.

The great alien exodus continues
and Is taken as one of the signs of
bualn"u depression. If the depree.
som extends to Black Hand Anarchy
and Mafia ercles the country will try
to put up with It for a while longer.

ft 0 T Ilnys Arm
Wmkeled 'y vOr.W0 t
anbelthy ldaneys Make Impure Blood.
It used to be considered thut only
iritary and bladder troubles were to he
traced to the kiidneys,
but now 1i iIerit
S.'ietence proves that
nearly all di.eases
have their beginuin
in the di l these Umot imni)rtant
The ki-lneys filtet
and purify the blood-
that is their work.
Therefore, when your kitneyvsare weak
or out of order, you can understand how
quickly your lt'dire litly i% affected and
now every organ seeuis to fail tjio its
Iui vo are uick or feel badly," begin
taking the 'r .tl kidney remedy, )r.
Kilmer's Swn np-Root, because as sIu
ias your kidiie' % are well they will help
all the other organs to health. A trial
will convince anyone.
If you are sick you can make no mis-
take by Or-it lctoringl your kidneys.
rhe mild nand the estraoritwry effect of
Dr. Kilmer's SwOmp-ReOt. the rfeat
kilney remedy., is neon Ali". It
tan(ls the hihliet for its wonderful curl
of the mot dictrating case. and is sold
on its merits by all
,Iruggist in fifty-cent
bottles. Vou amy
have a sample bottle ~e~ua-
hv malil free, also a pamphlet tell alg you
how to nad out if you have kidrney or
bladder trouble. Metiou thin tpe:
whet writing to Pr. IKilner & Co.. Dina-
taniton,. S. host I make any mistake,
but remem.her the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilm-ers Swmp-Root. ad the ad-
rn, Ilugaaint, .Y..eu every boule.
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mile's New and Up-toDate Hotel

fiHrt-cla.s. Baths free. The traveling man's
retreat. Rates $2.50 and up.


L A- -AL A- -AL~C fbssemAmina

Oorrd "Wood.

4.0 per cord f pe, an deliv I. 3.26 per cord of pine at Unleit
S.O0 ir cord pe of farjwood, delivell. $3.5 per coriwardwoodaaUniv'ty
Reduction on above for large quantities.

Phone Orders to Auditor University,
on Grounds -

or see Capt. Cox

9 I

211 West BIy St. P.O. Box 401 J.eOks ille, Fis.



Deete Rye.
Quarts ........ . .
Quarts .... .....
Quarts (freight prepi
Williame' Ne. 10 Ry

Full Quart ....
Full Quarts ....
Fi:tl Qta..rtq

PREPAID aIeisi 0 11
Idlebrook Whiakey nla Drsee--Mt
5 0, lery Bottliag--taass Coollcted
.... 7 o 100 Pints in drum .............3
.... H l ; Halr PI ts la drm ......... s.


Old Hanifax Rye.
rnil Quart.
Full Quart s
rull Quarts


Is 1'ill

Sewany Sesith R


la besd b, V.5Gt.r

- - -SENDr

uS A

SOi a only in dnrU-.rqil not breA
Old Homestead N. 0. Cr Whbi-k
4 ,, Oc galloO jug. e.zprea paid...$ -
Corn WhikeyI .. ipe Colle t
Rx) k Ford. per bole......
* 4 .,' R'-kv Ford. per ae.......
,;, N Wh, e aad )ag..........
,,, Whiter B jtt;............
N White. DPae.............
.rl \ alley Coarn..........

1 ?7.
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Rye Whekyka.r Colle''

Ot hn It .. .
Namr. r . .
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Sick Headache

SEOu us

S For Permanent Relit e

ed dustui el th* body.
Urs. Jos Cams~ Centralls A s Tem, p
|mus wse sur s g-- a

wmnM "1 IACH aM AM,
Stly Cat A Avil A HI *

Ballard Snow Linimnet Co.
t Led,, U. S A.

W. M:. JOf2WSO T

Use Hickory Ashes

CONTAINS POTASH-the genuine stuff, made here
at home-equal to Canadian Hickory Ashes at on,-
e tenth the coat.
f rr BriJenins Hawood Company




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Firemen of Key West have bal.
,accounts for the 'caralval and
0 net profit to be SM.

latest fad among thieves In
v le is to quietly walk into a
'Id make away with a garden

Glen. who conducted a profit
ed Useur at Colee, hw beeo ar-
sad wilU be tried at the next
circuit court In St. Johns

r Broward has accepted an
pto visit St AugustMie ou
t and deliver the histarlal
for the Ponce de Leon cele@

Tucker of East Jackaonvulle
commit suicide by choking
ith her own hands. It re-
combined efforts of several
engage her hands.

Miller, said to be from Cam.
and representing the Rovy-
Company of Norfolk, Va.,
suicide at the Hillsboro
Tampa with a dagger.

wn and Annie Harris. col.
Jacksonville, have been ar.
locked up at police bead.
a charge of arson. They
to have net fire to a house
street in Jacksonville last

arUtn, the little crippled
d so much trouble with the'

iwkb L T. :rsgw.

ow atem 0 bad& to

,ami so wovid.

U. 16mv.I
gbo owm

IL h autbe

-ko =h hewmmv
va oftS
4m so

slowtho I tewWay bumie
mumr or. noaldm% tr
~rpuoa b" glevd aSamt
emu a OW b andt

B-erel by, thereby rmWierg h. -

Fave6ito P-A & a or
,aIt .S im.iaa a a the oa t
atellge1t pet ae u lm matwerlly
avene, beea of the f nee0IWS ty -s to
tihr eompIUOm aud ham idhartor.
but is a msnum Sxa o aodWx e Couu-
now, a fall list el all its lam< t beIlg
printed, in plata En E a, a every boWte.
wramP A eu alMbtU ofth list of
lrtewnt' wIM disclose the fact tha It Ito
ao-eakoholle Ia Its ooampOsilo, chemic-
y a a Itakla(
the lo of Me commonly ad alcoho
iln a make-up. In this cOAe CUon lt
-say not be out of pla to state that the
*Favoite Pre ilptlon" of Dr. Pierce lo
theaIly medltee pat up for the cure of
woeaas sellear weaknemes and al *
eats, m through druggIst, all
the Igdlents of which have the un-
a lousa e" ad meat of all the leading
medical wrtSn ad teachers of all the
several cho of practice, and that too
P remedle sor the allmonls for which
*Fa voto Prescrito" to reeomme .ded.
A little book of hee enduorsemIts will
be sent to any address, post-paid,
absolutely Jfw If you q iastw
ntal card, or c 6wteT of t. r,
Jui N. Y.

many I .
r. t as eea mas -
@WMph Vimkr to aa culJ


In Jacksonville on accountI
ting that she had a right' New York. March 3. -4Rheunmatim
Is on the streets In that Of t e heart, ladtOe by oer.A&lamg
ded n Peansacola. and Si 4 P a phyt lag the tufb la the
slightest difficulty she w. Wwelft United StateM Inlfatry ead,.
ion to sell her pencils statoled t (tloeraork laind. itoId
-o bve "ee the meau of te death
S et a State dredge built of om an d O*tw er of he
work at the source of the at o J a
rfor the purpose of dran- dy o .w o hd be to
of the Everglades, If the army ,W
section accept Ex-Uov. buried wfth tT homors.

lga' proposltion to guar-
archame of 20.000 acres of
at $2 an acre. About
already been subscribed.

da Suireme Court at Tal.
Wednesday issued a writ
Vnto, directed to the Tm.-
krks Company. demanding
many show Its right to
bchise granted by the city
The writ ts made return-
it. and will be heard be-
preme court on that date
render a final decision
is action. It Is understood
by the permlaslon of At-
uJ ills.


Itch! Itch! Iteb!-Scratch. Scratch!
Scratch! The moe you scratch the
worse the Itch. Try Dan'm Ointmsent.
It cures piles, ewcema, and skin Itch.
ing. All drusggsts sell it.

Thieves Step' "ust of *epu.
Rnme .M.'ri ::.--Ati Prei Os
Prtday thhle.a- broke 'nto the Imagfll-
cent vila, of A:~'. razdlat, whieh data
frm the eixteemth seeMury, trrtd
off a valuable bust 1 i CmGimla
broase of Pope Cleomt VUI. The
thieve gs led esem by breaMIn a
wdow a 4 moved the 6t.Wo
wd@ 6( ps atse, tie 1e e ta
I to est mOl o dt the to s.


thew SW meibbe: d
"ear I feiwth no IaAo

to OW a"=* IN 0I=

lired Ha M Un Carried Back to Face
Murder Charge.
Mobile, Ala.. March IThiim
ilebop ltred, twenty year f :,ce
an enhU ed soldier at Port an.
has been carried beck to ,:,.
Tena.. under a charge of ;n. ra:.
clamrnnr that a man asaiw i rarri.
killed his dog. and that he kiI llnr
It apprs thMat the eat'r naftair
grew out of one of the ,T,'r*.-s'.ee
county fouda. It is claimed tith.' lElroit
told a sergeaMt at tbe tort eomne time
aW that he had klUoed Harrl T ,.
iWlMtat otSAtled he h re f a the
whereabouts at Iliroad. A-'nolint
to eao anoeaned 14MOe ts' n.
mandaft at the fort toe off ith cer-
eant's 4deoraUione and ocisit him
to the rakas for reportlag .:,' kv-
tion of the murderer.

Three Men Arrested at let St Louis
by Police.
1a1t St. ou0to. Ill.. M!ar, '
Three members of a Termlil.' ,sil
aton switching crow, Roy Ar i 'ng,
foreman. an4C ('harles larl, \V.
Brown, switrhlmen. were arr I 1',re
Pridayv on the charge of 9sy". tilal-
ly robbing a (,nrtai l lmi-iei a ;0md
N sirville fretiht train at .'t fre.
quently for several months I I-t
According to t the police,. A'" -i tns
and Brown contfesed., say itn a eft
feet. that thev hail robbed i:, ,wnie
train amno*4 every night aIiW ,ec-'urd
more then $t5.040 worth 4of >calM,
malling part of It and uulniz ti ro-
msln4w r as foal to run the l' 1- on which 4hhey carried aSwa' theIr

Ibould be sunshine In the horel,. and
will be If you give It Whit,. ('ream
%ermftuge. the greatest worm modi.
ofel e ever offered to entering hu.
malIty. This remedy Is cbcom-
Ing the permanent mixture of well
re,aulatd households. A mother,
with children, can't get alms without
a bottle of White's Cream Vernifuge
ID the Ow ae. It re the parent sad beot
mediolae that money ami buy. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.

Mistaken For a Sw@lfar.
Blrmingeham. Ala.. Man l..-fI a
NIs Ite Is the city boNdal. at See
semer, in a *stesou umdtigp. a narm
having been aiIutated atraday Ia or-
der In save his life. a" tho remlt of
a mistake nmad by Robett (Campbell.
with whom Nix boarded. COn iell
aletookt N for a burglar. Nlx gde
a aetse to frilghea hmapbell, kMeilB
over a bucket. (thapoell, excited.
seeured hise vi ansa red m what be
thoagta w aa s itruder. Wha Nix
fell to the floor and cried out his
Iane, the mis tke was d uvered.

SCable Choese Match *egine.
*bOedeW#4pa. Mtat i.---4ayng
to the e0tat11 aUeual Intfrsoltsltate
able ohee esta between AAeriran
sad B1i0 e ualvlersUe. was begun
8lnat111y Inor aA. The Asernlan
players are eOrted la nIfteal s hall
* the spfut of the 'nlvlrsty of
PeaOTIvaela. 'o pe was a lar e
bathtag teW tu 4 pa*e wsteh.
bta1 4"*M The r1 liwer w"a
e tlo tbr s I ove and a0ose to
Sl te wtft ae tam nod** 'eaw d

It raw dabestPo&alssd ra aw. ow
a&l Ae*jeew hemmeeof a esg bar
it boub of ablbrts Horead Syrp
and y" mt haves "Y ( osOt
a boub now nd ta" eCOUghm93so
bWkw A smm OW all pujmwwy
ibm. M 5-. aheuow.Tea..
wile.: amt Now owe Met.
'W* e sAmiSM4 OP. Y*W ka~i
.be 6IT"m m a omU thaw Is ei
'maw to ow." m Sdby W. It J660.

we'll .Wo o bi.. =0rnb o
e"" an l ~eyunr~Teba

Mm 'an-0 dof b l is Um tomoi ewe @am rn ".sqs'U *

owb on- Mm to 'be quo Shehei.40880..r
sae otiwit 46" I if shMW 6 gast 6400as "t
~b of Sa Isaa ma'se amadnme tw

a h. O -
Mod= r hm "a"I "wa"s mmeto is be 'esawiedo
bo hve mow o tehbshe
tm Igo 40OW o tb A 4dbith 1i OWN b"
load asI i =m o emo
fewtomana a b n rh o 5 b' "J a
OW hue. wi an Sew ommw
bmun J.CL NO& IL mob akAI. 91.. W
~ *3gbwwmb ft "Ofs amIWOfu
o__Im.s wNM Us to pow
mom_ owSd bIV 1wU

Spring r.. Heed

of a Gool Tonic

WC often have people colle to
otar store fior sc-quething to bra.ce

\\e always recommuiend RHxall
Ni ticia- 'Ue'as a the ideal rnitedv,
%\ ith the lrstilt that they aivri
-111\ole iehck-, not for tile1110e10
which we' have alwnyt -k garantct'd
to return inl case of diissatisfaction,
but to speak inl the mott apilrecia-
live termsn of thit wonderr fill renm-
edv. andt to thank its for haviing
urged thvim to I.Ae~ it for their
3116 I jli eae i iln w tl.
H't-vill Nliwiac': is nanutin-
puritfat r
It lii, Nnt i'h ig hl a l t rati(c
niot oaaI hI-% lI t .alI 'I r II t,

brmies 'A tha. e oilv. ~%out Ow

lh'eautw it O i "sall Ai.' Vaaei
Tone isint)o ur mnamta aatlw a1al
slprintg tonic. F11w .trIir-t dotie~
of Mucil eT, %-,I rae ~'t tIII)
while threcr Uvs ir \%c 1%%1'(it ill
tab! siP~m 'a i ,t Iii a...t H14 .1 a t IV
will m nake itafc'd ukx a a wwwr
It %%illr~haihld ti tr v I luols, %q-
tem ann'ikhagy v atfi rk Ilolap!de ot ie
w ith gwed1 prlna'a~. n d
vigo~r o f I wr f, t 1i -ci~thI.
If yt i -i re filv ar
afrajidl%'(%i sre K, ml, t -.,,,k r.e'
~(uart, rai im(-il 1 ma a 'iwcrnlle
grnivrAll'. mar a'W'ice to tnke a
fift\ ctalt~'tlN'11of.4 Muca l-Toll. If
tcit e sa' traig1lteii v ii right up
and make %-,ci(cl fed Nta'r thann YO
have ill monitht. we' %%il it jwopdly
return you )-our mority.

To tho, I-mflibd-daal if ut.'ra of I 11
IrkIc Nis.. i I lart-ivilt ayivunnaw(tior
re' vI.'cti'au a (I.a't vvi: V asn Ilr Ias Ino I c
frnaia thii aii-Irict. saudl imiflopis afair,
and Imparlid nltl nmlnlla ratltso. I 41mied
Pi. i to mvIt (ter wieiiirioudis and Iliialie
laasg~ern. @'55i.u5 sad I yi ran 4"SIssrse
vIlth me tin theme,.Hles, a ginove it.EiJ
vite' It.-..."i--ruill% CC PKICIJICK

Th Ic lniked Drug
Co"Mpny messesed its
buonce'a 1Hi per seat.in
DK)ecemhr. I%$ erthe
Cwwlrc'~ioncangmout h,
W hean von usagidrr
th~t all thtif Products
are R'tarantr'd to give
PItiICCIfaca ilor money lW-
Iiiuiddr, I i n't this in-
CCdct c'd evwe reof &at-
i,4.1(I"11111the ~part of
the flircl*ik,. rq of Rrxall
N(Ilefl4`4)('neM a buti.
Iic'.' g1rOw A% rapidly as
the R."rall Remedies
h~ave' if its products
vrrrwit a %"mwl deal bet.
trr ihaii it'. cowptihjrp
1 hc'rl. is-t 'ciePleasurle
ill h~i1' itti.11fled --why
"At In a Rexall Reined
f-r %f'at ahealW

lare'e it.~te

He' tith Aerrlemahla
P lu'ir, or19 ohe.W
CItsc 'cIipt


Warranty and mortgagu deeds, chat-
tel mortages amid Intbor contract for
sale at this ufllie. Prite L0 cents per
dosen. or 13 per hundred.

Blank warrasta for
peaoe for sale at this

ulst .' 1, Ph urn".iefol 'o illys ?eaf so is
daoo. n is- ofle, #f-otty___u.__rr
of Alachia emocntly at Ilb. c eijlig 6Ofi
primary. Very rowpesettany.
J. D. MATHMMiIei4o

justc of the

hr yew I&vebyoan alwaysAMat

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14 ro mW An hr ~esuppgrsad
in e pte Iamdw" rud ydis...
Ow erum~wSOW &W Ulme7 k
hr uopUm &Wdprtiuman a &
hubSbe ee sdo tePkI&~

Ir. WAM. INor TYru d

&Aiof lIo Wsr

At $4i's lt" a i l.. P iroi'gO Ws( iwyel. XmwNmsose t lip"1.. st hweiplaU at" M4

to" WA AR d b hd" s o WhoTI" sq.


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pw* 10. ala.

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J. W McCollum & Co., Drugists

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Are olf tber Omu StrOng

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,w.aolM vC. T. U. bp.t|
# t # Aati saloom LOea '.os.
e d for pubication:
s.is MInoe Neal, to. mI r'-
Sadeqat of W. C. T. W. R PmAId, b.
teg unable to be proesat m he oeaven-
th ano t sgneanei4 as to be read
by Mrs. J,. (,, I t Ikt.p
teadent o f s, i ,ork u. M.
Coffin l s, and both

Somef ed aprta t of esoeb
wO v t11itof Itroet to
,Ael ,,ilW bo bwerest.
0 ased "Hwesr
iForlds Ant laoom

r k eo comvetlon of the
I, 'wtS w iO n Septmber,
S l A.M r. ta general
UW mt bft hos annual report.
\-f I'th e womanhood of this. coa-
st oaa do th bet service against
the lItuor traSo through the church
mad th W. 0. T. V. .Tbe manhood
of theO ,otry eam do the best service
Sthogt the cberebh and the Anti-e6-
W e InMaue.'
g, reatest Organlsatlon of women
StaI th world etoad warm greetUngs
td the great organisatlon of map
agiOnst the saloon.
"We stand with you In the work;
we welcome your coming. There is
need of all existing temperance or-
aolsatlons. Nemo have pr-eOmptied
the territory. The foe Is mighty, the
need Is ret. The work le for all,
and e ths there work for our
manhood In this warfare against the
terrible bone destroyer-the ,aloon.
W have labqd long against great
disaourameat. There has been
growth In sentiment, Increase steadily
toI reform legislation, but the work is
apt done. Our laws reeognise the
lloanse system, laws are openly, viW.
lated. Perhaps the same Providence
who announced so many years ago,
"4 Is not good for man to be alone,"
'reo0d14 It was not well for
women to bW alone In reform work

b fteor~ml al ondoly per .
futsectional bookcase
m&. Thedoos arewnn-

so rw uflribearlop. O
i*cannot -get oti d
arder. Bumnesfuanemd wi~th
or widtout dawers.CaW
Smnod uv hm~r send Wfor
"a* fq wi trirViews


S. I TIIUls Co.



am UT FLOwmR
..m-i.'3MfI l'AIIXY---
DemkignsOwr uner6at. and lheralau

TVh'raibsodeaMail h(bers ,r
hmrm" ANWhea



-L"et t brtla a toer welo mw
-To a brother owt y bumr.
lrusttng & Athroagh life wme lrley

"My t N r a WbnIwo
before her UM l Pr t =

I7 e, had two door ts
-* to be ndanea.

on hr the d
I and we wrap tboar silk
r wasry hre asp, for t w eeks
w and ix soI kedfo
S to otob rama tbank o
andr. hi aB- i tes he and Cut w
Today 'andhe wlU be thre9 hear o
the aentb of December ad never
lhada t f the dread trouble ie .
viaor ri umo rihIt nfoitwasa terrible
to %it, D C-I ae her up
andm =wetoO- -!- and
thr. B-- a ahe and Cutioura Sop
and Cu1 ole otiour a intet ved her.
*recmnded the Cutcura Remeroie
or said e dwee right in making e of
them. As ne hly ve I an remember.
we used esgtOakes of CutIoura Soap
and three boal of Cutloura Ointment;
but you must take intowoonlderation
that hes was an exceptional cam, for
an old andg ood doctorsaid that it
wu ibe wont ow that had come to him
Inforty yea. I havealway hitd on
Cutioura oasp to keep her skin oft and
to ive gher a pure complexion. 4pamr
J. Itlth, Wood and Mtal Pattr
Maker Box 2-4, BuenaVista. Va.. Oct
14 and 2. 1900."
ta (ie.n Ana e l k M I.
I I I s, ,u IU
uIb -M ^ipi Uq_ .. omor ihUba. V

e TT a u iune-I
and'sent the Antl-Saloon league Into'
our State to supplement the education.
al work of the W. C. T.. U. with
a orystasllln uof the felliug of mient
against Intemperance Into a lively In*-
terest In the affairs of state, would
that you had come sooner. If the
great educational work of the W. C.
T. U. has produced a generathai of
men and women that will Ito longer
allow them to be partners In the
liquor traffic. who shall say that this
organlaation has not accomplished C
marvelous work? We have labored
in faith. knowing our work was etern-
al. We rejolce at your comning-whero
we can une, our free's to help you we
will spare no efforts. There I one
foe. llt us direct 'ver) foree to Its
destruction. MINNIE K. NEAlI."
Mrs. 9. P. Colln -calls the W. C. T.
U. "Organised Mother lAovp," and Mays
as follows: "Tho work of the W. (
T. i. to largely educational. beiniran
outgrowth of the Womian's Cruande of
,1131.4. when wouitn. grown deeprate
over the havoc made of their homes
by the sa oon. arose In their wrath
lto me-t the curse of all their sorrow
and humlllation. In less than two
Snionihs from the time they started it
was driven out of two hundred and
Fifty towns and vlllage.. They were
an Anti-Salonn Ieague then and have
been ever since, as the W C. T. 1'..
:the largest organlatlkm of women in
the world, covering flfty two countries.
with a eambershilp of about W0.000.
Our orgeamlatino belleves that preve n-
tkmu is better than cure, and that
knowledge lI nena nary In order to
rerape an evil. theuretur maaiy of our
departments of work are educational.
The chlidreh are our hope for the fu.
ture. The W ('. T. U. originated the
hlea of arlruttile InatrUctlhm In the
aihola attnl were also an Ilmportaint
fartr In securlsug the lan rtlt of the.
quarterly temperance lehoo In the tI-
trnattan al ttunday school leewoo
Serie. and have caused the unfer
listed )uhee t th'e grape to be sub-
*ituted in narltr every church In
plane of ferrntaeted wine at the lAwrd
"The salo aitn .a. thai they
must iBd aome means to gt the joys.
as they are meresary to their future
sureeMe s1hali we n<* wor'k t. hard
er to preliest this awful s lcrire`
Mre. Cla closed her very nltrret-
tla remarks u Ith the following a pruo
pricl lttle poesa written by her hu-



NBW 00005....


aft me fseOaid Fors"da.

Jefeimfd Mul Of
vL isecuses after


for several years with female
trouble, and tryingdiffrett doc-

WorstCmeofaes Doctor Itad
Sen In 40 Ye --'For Six
Months FthWr Expeod Ns fab
to De-6lod Oud OdtAll over
Her hodyr-H t Wrapped
In Silk and Carried aw Pillow-'
Now She Is Pbctly Citr.


^PISa greatly nm the way.
"Hay W as- brother, sister.
'tok to God to guard and id,
"And nay Satan's power be weakened
"As** journey side by sid."
'MIs argaret Oroe represetod
the lGslsville W. C. T. U., and ai
werI deltgted with her words of wel
eosM. be not only spde ftor Osam-I
VIW,.s for her fa., bor..e Nova
lSeed. showing bow tae Htt vwhit
rtbom span the slebe b She spoke
of tM A. B. L,, an argaGlto o,-
eVW *Wad born of t0e WOm's
aChrla"* Union aNd workag aion
Iharma loly with t, as a yoser
brother, both bemt as a obwe work
for Ood and home and naUve land.

And remember th next time you
ufer rom pa-eameMd eby damp
weate.-when your bead iarly
lhelar bm nmmiah-try Bk- d's
e* UMinalent It wil l owre you. A
premium t busines- man of Hemp
tead, eas, writes: "I have used
your Htalme.t Previs to usegm it I
was a great suffer from rheumatism
and euralgia. I am pleased to say
that ow I am tree from these com-
ptat. I am sure I owe thisto your
liatait." Sold by W. M. Johnson.

jiledus of Pslandere.
I prhiu ld. IMas.., Mn 13.-A
welaWl ebodus of PMander to Wa-
rope will 4 oo1 w the tea per cent re
ductton Isa wa~% WI the Chlevpe stad
WI yo k cottam tans. SevntyJAve
per Oeat of the 4,500 operatives ffeot.
04 are Polhih. Steamsap agents
4ted that they have sold all, their
steerage and ewond&ebln conmBo-
datlone at thUlr disposal In outgoing
lOieMs for lIx weeks to come. Fhur
days' work a week at reouced wages.
the workmen assert, w4l not pay the
noet of liuvit.

Tr gMtt Asganst J s il-er, Terb
11tre1k aS the U VllIyr ('es.
To treat Dandruff, and Ifllng Haier,
with Irritantp or oill orl wbtch a pars.-
slUc germ will prosper. e. like ooo
water from the ocean to prevent the
from raing.
You esinot aocomploish a MNtoaet
cure without having a rigtt undertad-I
Ins of the fundamental causes of the
Tou muol kill the Daaiff Germ.
Newbro's HerpliGde does this bease It
Is speclally made to do that very thing.
When the e to removed, the helr
bea no hole* bet to resume healthy
growth and beauty.
*Dustroy the cau.e, you remove the
ldd b tleadirn drugists. enO I lee. In3
stamps for sample to To Herpt ice Co.,
Detroit. Micb
Two ;sie-40 cents and p1.00.
J. Bodiford Os.. Speteal Agenuts

Miss NNorton

Novelties, Books, Stationer

SouvenIn Shut Pictue

,d Pctur Frf .....

c swmzagwsuty wt


W. R. Thomas,
President. Giving,
C. W. Chas,
1st Vice-Presideut insW tha
G. K. Broome,
2nd Vice-President. Before
I. D. Turner, Attentin
SBec'y. and Cashler.
L 9WA9t99Mf


I m


ton Ban-k

ng Bank,

All Busi-

it (omlles

it Prompt
. . . .


H. F. Dutton,
C. W. Chase,
J. G. NIchols,
J. A. Maultsby,
S. J. Thomas,
0. K. Broome,
W. R. Thomas,
W. L Taylor.


Take A Glance at the- LABEL!
If you eew that it'm anything in Cold Drinks put up by

-------- (UNIVRSITT BRAID) ..
You may wager your last cent that it's fit to drink. We o,'n
and control the right to many of the leading soft dri.lf In this
State., incluilintg, t)wtol, which is good for the ipdion and a
sle'l ant drink as well. (inigr Ale, Peach Mellow, Iron Bew.,
ioUttled Cider awln other popular drinks. Have you tried our
new drink, .IA('K FRORT? It's a dandy-hits the right place.
Ordern by mail or telephone will receive prompt attention.
East Florida Tele'plone-long-ditaice. Southern Bell, 35M.
P. O. 0 xi 2568. S, i Flul. Factry W. u Im tS.

P1roinm and fag laforsaMon
luri rLbed reuardlt Ian4& in
SA C C A 'ro t A CO1 r1 st

ortn1lies relerested.
E E. VOYI. E. Ftn. or Bell lhone

Ask forIMe
East Florida Telephone Oo.
-LoRI Otstaqne S0j'.q-

Any Quantity-Any Tim
U"^ slowy ^^ftt

Don't Be
On bkin,,dayithotOW a t.
it rihall for .wr cakes, bsMd, pie sr do aert-
St ik ypoir 'tore-room with --dm e Bau
lart 1 4 Otwli- k Flo' r that wI e perk'
,ath-facetS n. Itakin 'PowderwJedlliesm
Sr (t.'-.**ttolew and Pinateae. Our i1"
^ cara o*ia ai nsl and grcervae of an kind. a
1e I tAgr-R'nm atid our prse ak i




CURES COLDS' Fire, Life and Accident b"'
Sed Us Next OrdIPPer for Job Work
too""ad Send Us Your Next Order for Job Work

tors and medicines without obtaining relief. I at last
found, in Wine of Cardul, a golden medicine for ail my
ills, and can recommend It above all others for female
Cardu! furplshes safe relief for backache, headache,
periodical pains, Irregular, painful or unhesithy cata-
menial flow, and all ailments from which sick women
suffer. A perfect tonic for delicate women. pure
vegetable medicine for girls and women who are subject
to the complaints peculiar to their sex. Has benefited

.0. Idba Aft MOM then Ass Mft Mft M& Mft A& Mft Mft AR

~ -~-- -----

Allk- -JIL A JL AL -AL

mm-um AmmAmLmL


over a million who used to Muffer as you do.
At every drug store, in $1.00 bottles.

icam we a. I "

WIn M ..a n i u I t 1 H l*
idw OF-. CAIlur vm=m



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41aThrough Senate witho" 41lvl.
olon going Called For.
Waeibtu~on. D. C.. March 23-Thre
61P subside bill was passed by the
90tesmat. iy. Y .~ -pa t 16-knot ves.
ee04 Plying betww-n 4hWs country and
Iftilt America, the PhiUppiues. Ja-
Mn, CUM. and Au!,-QJf $4 per mile,
dS. &Mount awarded by thie act,of
UKI to ',eftt)s of 201 knMc only.
The 'bill was ameadst In the seate
Of ~t 13-knot voesals will reed"e
$1 Par Mile. VWhch is the asliownee
Wdw OuALM low to 16.haot Tomeb.,
bwg tht if We or More lines ofaftmgs
NlMI ply from Atlantic "aut to Soutb
Amerisca.enie, the iproylson*o t th
WIU one line *am st twe po"t
sOuth of Caope Charles and stipiduftno
that no inmor shall be pa1A for subs.
"m than Is Ieceved b~y the Soveuu.
meat ts revenue frow ue Ft p'vloe.
Dui~ng the roel&-tflo of the
nmanre Mr. Hale um~io a spirited
Pies fbr an aRuilltarv navy. d-ciaring
that wk.tctit aux1tIsrlce our flAvy to
depefi'lent iujxn tire~g-n counvrioc, and
that ~ o Ines (war e~would be tel)-.
* The "Wli we.a pass' w:'t i a fflvi-
Rion of tl'o Fenate heing cal'c'l .ur.
A !)i '! c; paeo-I Incre&.uIr, the
aN~t-des of n on enloyftl In the life-
inving sirfw!(e.
Will Se Big Parade.
San Pmrei1'w,) Nlarh 23.-DEYM
branch of t-he army will 'ake peft In
thbe strfx* p:r'.irdw' whcl will follow
thue ar!rvgl V r('Tral FEvant' fleet.
The arn'rv r-ii'4"re~v w~ll he headed
by Uene.ral Vu1r.-t~hll and 'hie staff. The
allit.%rv g'y~ will 1nrl** AL ra pvl*
mdara rAp i'ni-tf of o('(4t artillery, Met I
entire Twentv.Smr~dl field artillery
"ad a orlmalirnri of O~e F'ourteenth
eavairy. and c'emrmin"e of enziersi~it
and tigiial c'orpi. *r~i"rv wi~ll he near
ly three tIhoihv~anrl rr.-n In 'ire.
A lazy live(r leuils to chronic dys-
Spepsia and constil-intio'n-wteakens h
whole system. rlhien~s Repnilets (21
eents per boxi correc, th.' II'.er, tune
the stomach. care ciin~ft'atiof.

Albert We Gilchrit
Cainidto for Govermo
~ o SIFlsa


The baIk 0'10 a Mt s r oC
woman's organism It quickIy alls
attention to trouble by aching. It
tells, with other symptoms, sch as
nerouneu headache, pain In the
Z wegh in the lower pant of
the body, that a *oman's feminine
oraniWlm needs immediateattention.
In such ames the one sure remedy!
which speedily removes the asust,
"nd store the omine m
to a heal h, normal o- m

Mrs. Will YoU of t 6 olumbl
ATe, Rockland, Me., says:
I was troubled for a long tim with
dreadful beekse and a palm Ia my
side, and was uerable In every way.
I doctored until I was diaoorsed ad
thought I woulM ever get well. I ed
what Lydia E. Pinkham's Veeable
Compound had done fpOothls iad
dWlld to try ,t; after taking tre
bottles I eas Uly say that I awr Mbit
so well In my life."
Mrs. Augustus Tyon, of haIt Earl,
Pa..writee to Mrs. Pinkham:
** had 'very ever bekahebes, .
dowm paims Icouldao"la
aio hd So mappett Lydia 3. P I
ham's VefretAble Compoumd ereT -_
and made me fl like a mew wanSs.
For thirty yeMtn Lydts K PI
ham Vd made
from roots and herb, d the
standard remedy for female lk
and has positively cowd thousands
women who have been troubled with
ion, fibroid tumon Irm
periodic pins, backahe, t be
i.down feeling, flatuley,d
tion,dixinesa,ur nervous pc U

to Wh hs uh at shiounleing
mywadidaytea for eRI mas City



r alts natd Sildrcn.
Tb KM YN In MA s BakhI


Odoe over Galeevlle National Dank.
Phone SO.



09900e over Dutton & CO's. Bank.
Phon 3 M. GainesvIlle, na.


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~1 1. PThMe Is
ND factimmachsube or rt&brough~t Than a fire-ngine when yow AYIOSME
No out. He cause out "as a end.
.&aW almoneaz4mnd sbangdeL lie e wU house is on fire, because it in'. a
gSadto receive the supportof & ,tysu h nievv
Pnalomien d 0the IAup ofrourborne-that i, I.,whn
as5.01tMAIin OtSsJewsMWda* yourname is penned upon a
tWe Publicaus smd Im m" strong policy forA 3&
woude~en s~m C*P4the support of
lb OWpwatimeu esamot do wites Fu iuuiiA"~
-. and the -4~s a do eWOa ffni MW -m
tbe "ac persdae eteI am ." wem.Wsmeg msii
le wgaaSSW go absonshuldka46,"Mips d 6 ML

1W ati=Sbmmbowam*CLAMK

AN" = 61 IaealO fme IAvbUvaa
,,Um m (am tthe GOVerno) '

ro m ore*th a'mit a slarya't 115

&e Camuwe &a 111. kwomka'Is a

do" bt 0 "666Wi km siof O Si)Fe
lb 1b fs of boamd bme6001m oe~
be be fm 00=0 da

Mis so We h. as's mow



low is sof


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Jackmonvill* arid New York,
Oa111mg as CHARLESTON S. C., both ways.
?be fixe t 5*9mhll EtohIe heatwi s evies


SNew England and Southern
Freight Serso Beteesa JACOKOKTVILL $BOnTOI a#u
PROVIDNO a, ad AUll ae. Poiamn
O1l1as as Charlesfm bOth waes.


Aitbond..... ..... ................ mLewis'Wharf,Re*ka
othlmoond..... ....... Froma Foot of CGaher no at,, JshMbovll'

Cl0ye St. Johns Rver Line
Betwen jJAOKeopsvILLa and tAMProsD
Stoimpns as Psleasa, Aseor, eoreed (DeLead). and lB SSt. Johae ive.
Is appointed to tall a" f liev Leave JaieAO NsTILL Soda. Tues ad0
Theedaye. iO-p. a. Roeuragtl, leave SauOt Mouodasi,
W.dm dsre asd A r dey, 10i0o a m
Leave 3:M0 p. ;,....................J av ....... ....D ,e S Na.
Leave 0:00 p. 1 ................Palata.........e06 .....ave 100:M.,
Leave 3:00 a. ..................Astr............ ........Leave 4:0 p. .
Leave ........ .............ere f4rd (DeLaad)..........Leave IIt" .
Dee 9:00 e. m..................aauford.................LI ve L:M a.a.
Dee 10:8 a. a ................ aterpries............... .L ve 10:Mla.
Passenger eO* TisheS.t Oe, tMWeso say treet. JaeehseeSm

IL IL AMOND V6Ieereskdo

MW Gers masars, Sm

IL A. MAYNARDI. T. U. A. 0. HAGUTY, 0. P. A.
P~Mw 1 AL.Now Tork. pw 84 .Ri,.
L L 5.0100" 0. Awor. U. RIMONIEGURA.4
Zdem M .Vi.Jashim vHS..
16 D XMWS P.Awv 30M AM PbIDS P.A
v~~Va ~v 0 .
IS P6 &AT"J Ages. Je110 MVi
uson" N*%POW 4450, wo m ro "m Verb


v Twk.

New Tat.



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Tbmuro bP imam Bmi aon AUl Tahias.

-ow go


Consult t~* "Purple Folder"

Fra &howit I @Ohla~ uebdf&e. rts...Mll Ire'm?-
Sd6ok mw 7U saw*$ Thket .4g#'ri,
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Maraal at the elem April th.' Thetire er portion of the body is covered with mswei e
1I*. I have edeis yto Sperform, this membranous tissue is abundantly supplied with blood seMal4,
lmy duty with leat s op r and artery iand capillaries. Bach of theselIsconstanlyu spplylgtothit
t- 4i0emsP Mis W'th ae. or lining, blood to nourish ad st thm it and keep te sytem
os to the t.ithe ol n When the blood becomes Iaected with cataihal matter it is not a to
the Sture as Is the 35 Tiiankig ash the nequined amount of healthful popertie* but leeds the pa with
ye for past support ad soiciting Impritie which disease the membranes and tiasses so that they b9te0
your votes at the coata election, irritated and lanmed, sad Catasr, with all ts disagreeable and d o
al. Very tml r. symptfms, is established ta the syste. There is a constant ragl tl the
'T. ANOW ear, a this, tory discharged ba the ttrls, the breath beea aaln e
Sn odor, O light M o ftt oesi mm ie the disa andd grad uaWy the entire
I boers announce amywUl candle health become affected and the yMt* m uppset n a In its earlier
date t Ot M io tothe electioun w e Catarrh is e ael to t0e soe and thro, pray$, washeah
to be hl en the 14 ay or April., i etc., are oot nd i a way beniefciat,l se they ae
IM. I ? I_ nntl* It* A to endeavor Id 3S3 3 ally h ati M. nch tMreat ent has as M 9 rative eSt,
to d ge t duties reIsried by th crn.a bndebf te no si f jf t To Catarrk Uhe blood most be par*
neL.ar.. as apsblyaa can, ana .5yadoss. dU
i Sf v thes vot& law abidin M doW isto i t e ,ate, a. atta...e
lea ^ iSHKoooN disease at its floUdatie Iit move the
5---- sm and makes the blood pun ad healthy.
To too Voter, of Galaten lle take the the blood Vessels re a fed with fh,
dths method or arMaMelM iny candle. 11S vigorated blood, which is earried to all
dayr for Marshal of the MI of GanUt- e themucos enrface andlialBa, he nlaa-
vthe. I have been iona ht work as atitasaadirritation arecorrted,thesymp-
an owcer, proteUng ytea nd your tme allt dippear, the health Is t proved sad Catarrh is permanently cure.
taterests wbtile you were as;'h. for ook ea Catarrh aad any medical ad i e free t,) ll w0 wTite.
about thr, yean. and leave I to you rU r n cr cT ATLArTA. oA
as to whether I have perfrr,:,.i my TH W PC t.n. AWTA
duty well, and with Imlartiality. m .... ...... ... .- --
I thnak I have been long .n'nwh at
nlght work to be entitled toa Job. CLYDE STEAMSHIP CO.
and ff elected Ipromse yeoa faithf a1.
Impartial and efcldent service Yo i, r
for order, O. L KITE. A

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~Ioui T mmis &iir A NDu


sad be very an g RoyaL
is do*IP.wdw m&deIrm IR
Cm!! meo f k t teAd.--

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, oaft t of I In Iti SO&.
eWtd by Our Reportm.


Wht Hae Happened and What Is
Select to Happen Teid In Shrt Para.
gm phite S That "He Who Rus NMay
Re* It HIn The Gun.
Mrs. . Hester of Evlnston was
sh opping in the dty yesterday.
Tetley's and Lipton's teas-saew
stock Just arrived. Saonders & Marle.
John A. Curry of Jacksonville was
a business visitor to this city yester.
Plank's Chill Tontic s guaranteed to
care chills, fever colds and larippe.
Prce. 31 oeats.
Miiss Myrtle eounell has gone to
JackMmville, where she will visit
friends for a few days.
Missa Murray Cllon of plague and
)Mlulie Neal of Antioch were I the
city Saturday, guests of friends.
Prancls J. l%\s. a prominent rliti
wen of Jackanmvllle, aspst yesterday
in Oilneaville %a buaneass. He made
The Bun a friendly call.
. . l I -1. I I I


MIXKIL$, for Mayonmmu-t
drt's!&i Ig, Ieit-ft i teg s,

wepiarite llviteitiiQ4 for thireet
dipiitt I eturpows. lThe very
thing you hmw ave lwi loiok-
ing for. A NSd Rldlev'ijin
Doo~k with iideti thta.

4iirculat~itg C(. Iffet e" olar.ii
tor; "tVtos olethiint'. al. i
ways iWSuro v$t'lieih'ti ief.

0( for mitiaag ooffet' or tena,
1%- the't' IK-VerWi% djsiP4ltbd
AUIkl uithem.~ .&~~l


'wa W. 0. Shebee of High
$=rim^ was a boalness visitor to,
*iaMsvle yesterday.
SpWgrintendent Walter K. Halle of
1te i otMthern Express Company was
Steh elty yesterday on official busl-

W. J. Hodge and J. W. Martin, two
w ell-known citizens of Alachba, were
business visitors to Gainesville yes-

J. Wells of Archer, the emclent
bok keeper for C. W. Bauknight,
t Sunday in this city with his

jtl% ,.SByd L. Carter expects to
SftdU& & momrnl for Miami. where
Ushei en summoned on profession-

Am uel Crews and Samuel Buartett
t laCrosse, two well-known farmers
I dim I of that section, were tradingla n the
Stty yesterday.
IDalm Rosborough, who a is attending
S tM Unive nilty, has returned from a
lt brieWf visit to his parents, Mr. and
S Mrs. J. A. Rosborough. at Windsor.
11W *~ rod Hoisington, spedial agent of
Sthe United States general land office.
who sales his headquarters in MoV
bile, Ala., spent Sunday In this city.
Miss Beulab Wainwright of Starke
Is In the city, a guest of her brother,
J. B. Wainwright. She has many
friends here who are glad to welcome
1~11ura bhv'se ro Willie's daily

Labor Weotracto for isae at this
oices; 0os per doses, or P$ per hua*
Imported guava Jelly, just from Cuba
-something very fine. Saunders 41
C. W. Chase has returned front
iurope, where he has been on a bustl-
ness trip.
J. F. Barry, a ,jaccessful planter of
the Wade section, was trading in the
city yesterday.
H. Mel. Grady of ifigh Springs
spent Sunday In Gainesville with his
friend. Wm. E. Dow.
.L B. Lewis, a progressive farmer
of Alachua. was among thoso who
spent Saturday in this city.
L. W. Jackson has returned from a
business trip to points toIn Bradford
county. He was absent several days.
The Crescent Barber Shop le "sport-
lIn" a new and attractive window
sgln, which adds greatly to the aplear-
ance of the front.
Peter Harlee. a prominent citizen
and bualnes man of Palmetto. ie in
the city on a visit to his daughter.
Mrs. Chas. Hinl. East lasslter street.
A meeting of the members of the
Musical and Dramatic Club will be
held In the opera house Tues&y even-
lug at 7:45. Chib business and re-
T. Emmett Connell of New York is
in the city on a visit to hib sister.
Mrs. J. A.J. A. Ooodwnt. This Is Mt.
.Connells first visit to ilaitl"Ville, ahnd
he Is well pleased.
Mr. and Mrs. Jame 11. lugherty
teft eefoMu afternoon for their
s is Jaekaonville. after a delight-
hil s~rt vilut in this city to the lat'
te's Wlter, Mrs. W C Jickloni
P. A. Parrisb and little stepeon. Jeon.
ala Maipbors. were in the city from
Hague yesterday. The little follow
has bean sfferg a aret deal wtith
rbeumatsm. and Mr. Parrish brought
ham for medical aid
K. UI tiodwin. formerly of this ecy
but now of lilth Springa. after a brief
bustulM trip to this city, has returned
to his host Helie was aoiompanleo b)
Master William Dow. who will spend
a few days with Mr. and Mrs Oodwin


Photowaphy teday toa a economae
r .d asel neeeesity to every com ea
Ity. It malmalaas the memory a
~abtlaso of family lfe throeh the
picture It makes. ad w4oA we PeaM
Uot now do without. How ofte e i re
rvt expressed that so pletmr eiste
of some ftrid or ro v" the is so
e-N with s**' Isamelt ee. 04S
the eamra BAA to Itmde, upoan td
ammroee h of the dath cmer Usela
whe reotives "l a aolaghb
is m"ee soC s tis a b 0
me at alL Da adiis
do wsns aemd s s-
TO 4" so 4e011

UueBs VMLT a waft TVIp**. 5Wa lly
cuts and bruises, mama's sore throat,
grandmas' lameneess-Dr. Thomas'
eoctrico Oil-the great household
Dr-L. Montgomery of Micanopy was
in the city for a few hours Sunday.
He was em route home from Archer,
where he had been called on profess.
sional business.
Mrs. 0. V. Chamberlin and son.
Oeorge, and sister. Miss Hattie Eng.
llah, of Tacoma, were among those
who flarored friends in this city with
a visit yesterday.
Daniel ('hesner, more familiarly
known as "UI'ncle Dan," was among
those who sipnt Saturday in Gaines-
ville with his friends. Uncle Dan is
a general favorite among those whou
know him, and his friends In Gaines-
ville are always glad to shake his hon-
est hand.
Mr. Jackson has arrived in the city
from Montana. His family has been
here foW some time, being located on


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United Statesy -
Capital Steek PaId In, I100.000 surp d rBts. A 000
We shall be pleased to have your business; and solicit your patronage with the
awurance of giving you prompt, and etisctoi y service.

FMr Per Cod 11110 ut ulhldw3 hdb1 h P yrt~

Ju. M. Graham, Pres. 0. W. Hyde, Vie-Pms. E BBar2d Vioe-Pree.
H. E. Taylor, Cashier. ]Le Graham, An't C hW'.
DiwetoW -J,,. N. Graham, .W. yde E. Bard, Lee Oha.WW.
Hampton, Penry M. O oon, H. C. Parker, F. J. Hammond, H. IL bickaon,
C. D. Wood, H. .. Taylr. ________.




-Transact a General Banking Business-
The accounts of firms and individuals received upon the
most favorable terms. lterest paiJ uvisp i- rtmuNt.


S m rF UNII Gronad Fleer-Net to Pe ltee.
----"-- - CeOnvenietly Lecated Yet Private
Vidal at drug store.
STORE FOR RENT, postofflce block.
Apply to J. W. McCollum.
_Apply to J. W. mcCollun. Choice Steaks and Chops, Drip Coffee
FOR SALL Devilled Crabs.
We employ one of the best "chefs" In
FOR SALl-Two ladies' bicycles, one the butanems-no boy or lamxperleo04e oook
small, suitable for child; coaster The best equipped sad oldest restaurant in
brake on other; In good order; will theeity. It you wantrealeookilaby a 55AL
cooK WHO NoW ows Ifimws u lirey us ,
sell cheap. Call 813 East Main N. COK W l-ntblnosth markets sog iv us leI
call-. -anytbins the market afford&f yeu ass ge
FOR SAIle-llurtz' Galnesville Direc- Wedonot promise somethla for nothing.
tory in just from the press, uand tells but something lor your mooey.
you everything you want to know. REtULAR MEALS. Special rate by the
Handsomely bound and illustrated. eek.Place for t laies. eaUen aad emlul
The price Is $2. See Hurtz, tele- ...
phone Bell 234, or address Iiox 236 Mount Vernon Lodge
and he will bring you (e. |. _nt r n

s farm a few miles west of the city. N -o ., V upt of ry-
recently purchased from J. B. Pad- FOUND. this, meet tonlbht as
sWtt Mr. Jackson and family expect 7:30 in theirOastle Hall
to make their future home here, and FOt'Nl>--t;od black coat. Owner man ove r Datono's Bauk
they will be gladly welcomed. hape saiue by Identifying proplrty Work In the rank of Knight. Visiting
--------- and payl for this adv>rtleminent brothers welcome. W. D. DicxmsoM, C.
Additional Short Ite4m on Pae ('Cll at Sun oece. C.; D M. ToMuras. K. of R. & 8



Week beginning MONDAY. MARCH 23rd, you are especially requested to inspect
the, Twst ..mtA k U ,MS PatW e tih sM i th i dy. There is onlv twenty-one
of this lot-10 to 12 yards to pattern, at 5H k W yard. Som just thie' proper thing
for evening wear, others the nleweSt creations for street wear. in liewest shades and
effects. N ol will certainly dio yourself an illjustict bby faililig to gi\e these your
consideration. IA)t tonsists of ('hiffoni do Soie,. Silk Eoli'nnes., ilk Mulls. Silk
Embiridenrd Eoliennles, Silk Tissues. Fancy EmlibridelerenI Swi.. Fancy Enmbroid-
ered oilers. Fancy Sheer Itatiste. -

Consisto of twenty tor mnborvarieties

Gxx,inouch as Swtim WS, Organtdy, a-
tiste, Mereer. (441Faniacese, Sliunker
Silk, Silk G(iighlanis, l'aney LaJwns.
Vo~iles. tte. This itmammoitth a1L4'44111
flieflt will go at I5se per yard. :-kil,
'fthm ew re boughttosl t34'

(\aneists of big lot FnyLa*wv .wn,* and
Rtatiseav. a sPletatliti A*4irtlfent aniiI
wiu1'Snlted tra quality for the priev
I ) Nxl ....... ..** ...... 16.

('01m8ists of big lot extra pretty pat-
ternee Sheer laa 114, Failec ( )gandio.
illl mpitiates. ( ir fl~gllir prict is
.ls eek is
.n1 0.isWA *

;;,~whh yrd-I~el S:ulZi d~r-. lied

tile 212cul1w id on N-de tide
w we k a t j1 'r y a n j . .. *.. . .I

Wow vl be ilsi gW l o haw* yom -msa" 4tacuror thow. au4htrr 17 TWAto Sevtiaw nw of IM aDiem
I awt Ihko &at r itim Lak 'ml- ~With t e Ite$&wok.$

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Contistu of similar a.irlta.ewt. not
iluite so gIood. but SJpeidl Value at.
per yar ................ 1 1-2

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