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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 26, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Volume ID: VID01246
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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VOL. XXV, NO. .49


GANESILE, FLORIDA, THUiDAY, MARCH 26, 1908 TEN -- CE- NT A


CALL FOR A HOLY WAR


Imsu "liht... Amy" MWa



WOULD EXTERMINATE JAPS

04temnpited Assassination of DwhaA
Stevense at 'Frisoo, Said To B e 11.
sult of a Conspiracy inspired by a
Late Maniftste of "Army."
fto, Prazrtoo. Cal., Mart& tU.-
The (W~I says tha the attla4(to
am dns ate Du.~ W. Steime,6 the
Psilticat dvys of the Koemsm 6=10
461M 01!tat*, k IN DOW sMid, WOO the
remlt of a carefuLl y I.Lced g m lra.
OF ISA~irsd Iinnediately lay a aALifi-
Ofb at e Kcreesap oteosSY."S
ealiUgum am eM 1o)s10Kwsais m tocoo
invite thwimAv~ i W a "Y WArXa&M
ents, uate &U Japanree.
IEbb urifo'uta rtic-had here on the
eiiiiii hip whiti tbmiagbmtluePvem.
1%e Prooiama~Lnii L otetgueby Ueieral
Uple JAn Yung, wmfiral of Ube KOreank
110tmis army," anid Is in partLtAi
Mo a :
"I6t1ka o: o A 111Ku)rm r a tn&'I
PAN"a of *0 Word
-Loyalty tin i*iti, ii~tnlanid te'AltY
to his ewen 1* b u.'pprtrnwtal ifw Of'
namams sathre. The ,4r'"~t1(1 14 MIe and!
aes rghtt to he tor .1 a'' isaknoW Uee
rule of z3Murt-'
Grievous Times in Korea.
iiutt, aks. g~tov~is 'limes .J!Vc C4111
Won K ,or ur 'cetiu e
wbDhae he.beon .e4catteil hbyiour VI'vee
~'havi~rd yar old 411natty' an,1 re~i-ot
vpby our feur thoumutl yeaor r d an.
oe"ry bMve cwm.' yjiudt 'r 0*14i
46Mos f the beprfbet.:- Cuqt ~vaWe- altia
m'-.Japeao~. 1Tl'r ,&%e iP iltq
~ 4Y5 up=1 our c'.eitry mclale it
1~tngtibeir barbA~mms~e4ea
wiha cruel hbis'er Itis 1s) wuc.I
We aSid ~t nytM It with otr touves(
Wr Conjidwe write it WV h Our POWs.
41e%0apsne.-. havtt ahtictltsed Our
4,p51t (emrr4 .r te 'kill-
od our brothrw-mi. Tiot)w1d our land.t
insd our bess~e 'tis rs t4are NPt' n'y
lot coly ot Kccar'a. but of all tMe
no tnt twey 1515'o 0(plotede0
eaeof bt~Aulsoly.
United top Independence.
"(,Wjft.*NA. .We mim untie and
401111111111"Otud'ih re tOou~r bad mir
feegN" tow .n&mdedf'E' We ar'.
am or GodWIN bip us We aWl
x4gaoour be's to) kill alll J"&~-sf
04"spi. their *1"M al and LW64,f
vdiffier. Te J0104""e a isyo00mP'9
116kaDc4 ofurt ti~twsptiO am%" 10 the
'Mllarniat &aIn-Ol'E"IV iii 4v~pa btla
gpo. but 'idat L4 Sto our Ws 'ani we
We omsk~eew tlieS In thE' cdwl- 06911a
be ,*1OIIOLIA.qvppminwi: e ir Itret.'tery
Wsth I'.Swjuag*e -gneur ealst We, WIU
ftetbipour Wvm tinttbi*1r ruf "1114
goh~al, Was 46. fining oe. so!96e
~Im a head wita"hir '(.. Cw
-&AM odlas!We wUI AMsID ascash
I"rmerow a'!,wtie? rpit VIMW t6 53
C~0'iV~2~4pr dMe
straw"a~


fam. I
OT40 W" Ire&& Ibopf ie "l
-. ~&me b a AwbSe'v. imw
00 taec~dV tof


Is the to- wmo scw yI ss lmmew
owd 4how e m'waihl wf a ""m
Mrs uID Mq. h to &am&W
re*& &.gsrasow dapfn
10 t00 eclat of im 8o js ean
sam b" %W, WA t Of Bet at
w"A 00 ablobbeing my tobd
and s awg by h7e bma 40%
guare.


Neal.k ~ I a"
I,. r"Emy)04" at OMuAN

of mhe Now- oft f P41ft a.
-* fa imt wye s- 0Eo
ai -wi"1 olwA


NANQaD I4IMULJINSAfft.

f IGLISII Utli0DEADPparmeros Love Affairs Caused Him to
Taio His Lose.

EighthI hbom hvehircAu" 4hovs ONZb* o"
swusLamt CAl.jull %.UrJi, afmbwr*$agWt
sukd it totosdime ToilnEum~t


$Il*1111110Ime A) %.41110lot 1tuSAMd to
have pald No mu.4rtiuuseato a Young
latv 4 el ,ctnirinuf't r. V. V About
a nx'nth owplt, saes emadeth' ti nder
sitand that the' young Ia tt. ee'eld wt3
iv~arry hMa.
Slnc* Qt Oa ~nr he' Iwia bceen very


uu'portet.akhmcuaah ho' has atte'tuted
wilto hin Mefarm(intr)me'e.
NMonday mrnnilt"t hle went Iti, the
hai i t) feed the et~ce'h A short htim
atu,'nsard his. brwoilr Ib~itoullar Itio~tig
lbe,. Imarta mdt"I IKnunethe' NMI!) of fklt'.%
hib 'i:1144 fr)'am("1alit 41 min 1)%aRwire.
lit, ha.1 teakona Vto ~frixi tim a twltit
hit) tar %ti'led it teintheIII@ mAlIye.
sivito?1Iit a imolilhis intx-h and e'hoiihld
h:tnmt,!( lt osl4tith MWlio olawmii'ot'tei
lit- %a. I t Ci "ut tI#t%liIn a fe


GUNTER WINS MAYORALTY.

One or the Hardest Municipal Fights
IiMontgornery's History.
?.t" t inry. Alak., Mareih : .
ton (. .,:t or ultfewt-A JK. V. T *uefllw
r Sii is-11mdaie itiover sioEM) it 6v
I, "*. .114 ,%-y l arit". evqw ) tuhh
r-% i ii it *i I tit] i a) me o primarv
01) 14 I'llf Icf 1:10 hS rtlqf111 iM $11,6 ir
1%e' hoi' I hi~t-liry of the '4My


I 'ii I II iticl &MCIand.lana1eeIt
11 lt %4 'Au't rolhtnW1e41 to t IN),
i.Ibe c- i ameituers. the "mere betisit
(-,! .1 I'the loot lgIf.~ rtu (Ow.

%1 r fnts'r cw-I st'o Iwlao u~litv
tioill O(Jut? 5?,next )ear lie I" thiS,
ty ftu t)t id50 mar-,and ill **I Ibe

fltm%,r t.t o v n it)

MADE APPEAL TO GovERNOR.


Prominent Mississippi Plantese Are
Threatened by Mask Hand.
.1Vl 1, *I bn, Wl 41.on. March 29 Johnea
WornAri, his b bauimr aNl orn, proM.
N4,10 j'Oetfers got Mimpeeg t )ity, III
Mi. losilipt hav.e vpesled Ito(lvermor
SNed In jw.rapn for pxp"Se'las agisast
him' k hunt throats.
Tlo tawou wo're ewdecredto leave tie
(Wiutili of lmua o. WUkisthirty days
(W trek'it be"N." in'maag they
Wttcti 401t basee. (lorers New fSl6.
vI*.r) the ues 4o raters to their bme
fit-4 ')* n op 1tir gimd, WOother
ptforikou in ap ammemid a eu gfmts4


hi 40 40 a 4WP4 am b46 j,
If Mwww ft& sed is B of aat

WOK Is E 4 t is rawofMe
Bewshi 110p~wv aftas I
bur* aw. P6 woao"D
w A a*Saa" o b o i


20 HURT, 3 FATALLY


edo0 CWollisIm a the Qm
- aid Cerscet Read.

CARS WERE BADLY WRECKED.

Acoldent. It BSeme, Was Oue to a
Failure to Receive Telegraphlo Or.
desr Owing to soim Misunderstand.
Ing-Injured Removed.


I.~iir'tit, K).. Memftij .-.Twmp
ty people' wi',co hi~jumars'siv re efutally,
In a halw f illn toh:4imhon'bt weu'n a Hlbie
0416"ae PMew1 *eeMM-lit" (oWit Q L. All
C~. nmiad I iii' .% ceic'tuaI rr,':oet tioul
at V-41mh' ile' uI-u..Iiig, bt)'ivtitl iW11
gin onIi lI0i ii t ltuIpte. lit %leorevnr tr Aum
ty. wm~rt nimmis),.
TitoMile Iu"tmko. .pw.w'btwas 'tlints
W yta A:tltensitt iackbinaitt
Th" m (istv t it Clue itatrk, a is rA
e-111 be 5o:uIt .ittlirul I* tAlW ngto Ilhe
fct lbtat theErightit EpestAli fw t'the
4,eiJii 'and cum rewonft hadIm-,'n rrd~twv4
cm.elw...4k% tuAc oeal thlit I"e "Y
i~Ht~tir1!441 lied ) t eiste


%Itw 4u41i tie Ir"iti rueshoet vu. At Ourd*
mril.tr,hei-miii u nig lafeIht t*Wn Was
aA1.0)IL bof fills at 'wcd *c".ci and
eve i-i l lwiit .'rer.ar. c*vrv tbault
IstIorjtip pii Net svitralt fr'uaaWorenicro
equireuto fts v"'war tilltrae*
I'mitt l?, an suitrkain pimyeIcleus rte
1411e41eP-t 14) U)" c&41w tboo tartm# Iii.
041lo lb, t~e. e11.
T io uInilroruI we're hr ugttt to I ...i.
In~gtop ctina aice'Ial traVID,


HANGING AT 914O9VlLLS.

Five Times Mart Hed Slen Remplitd
by the Gevstwe"O.
Kimule ile, Tisa Matc 2 -55
bit-Mi'uewva.s.w-hmte, Was hanged hes
at 4 o'e'kxie Mondtay Iefles OWS
1,4# n"a'el* ft td peily ShaWif illma'
Walker. Vive tin..jaidso Oe .a*
premw Ate cMtafmmed tcli.smoeft~f h1s
Moelherson bees rasujid by tMenow-

0% the mnaw e lat lt hat be h:9194
Walket, w'I'Mema h%*I hUm4 Grea
1100. .e In l.)I. sne.savelsa SMOG h
sind dews tIko~er. in -is Me W
drive, Ow liborty Meltaeswisw" so.
m'nmpsui.4by hill srea~r, Whs is sWv
log fro peers W rcO#MO~dy In 60
Walker murder Tommss mnIbeaof
was at lomminy fris ya yr haimhe


or via Us e.Ba P5'panin.Uis

FOR EETRACITION OF NOY.

Demand Mede en France by the Urfit.
ed USltes G@'vernmenLt
Palmr. Maimh 2.-A torini request
tor the evtradIesa of Paud Ray to the
United States was. rterelval at the
Ammkian vvbwny *inety afternom
fromi Waazgton. it wMS mIblo
qnently tuirnag-1 over to the IPremb for.
sign oftie.
Roy t aisa Frdtm wio maruiedl
an Americaswomniaknown as (115dm
Cama, awd W60ha.h" twn acameel by:
tchv Satter of Wiling ber basaher. Gettsc.
A. ('arkine. on Jan. 2, at Nawingtoo. -
N. H. After thbe deathm of( Lrkins
Roy rtstwtirw to Paris, % here be still
Is. ar'1
The extmAIltJoi'e bwavaestaar
evutched ta1 n0 e w re fo5 hrm aimal I
0'arie Roy villathte *u*r of (Car- Ij I333 ee i 39w1 VOYSIVICI,
1,-;ms* etc. 7%e anoer of Vrauce bsprtbheJda ep Iw~
___ytben _____ .I Inthe MaS~U7. "dand a resdgisi 6
INDIANA DELMOCRATS iW*Viet'dvosiib Pliv Timtid.league.
ho took an &"IV* part tu $be Cawn
Glatherftsr the State Cenvention at psiDaanawat&WO sItErw ofom
the ICity Of ledilanapeLeFew seArnhave Wsent a rimsa i--
ln&&nWa. lo. Mar* 25.-ndi-IWks)life tea %:10 1%,; 0C IOf~

or In IndiaoWAisa fr the state am- 1111ewime iWw m mert wr Is Oharaa
vmeson. whiodiwI11hM 1Its fnn~" 9%.* 4(vr WOK R o.0 lw s
Skis We*"hy at IIowairb. "se n4 WON *0aspy t. r"' the W".
Prheasrios AikwtsMe Plwtar of 010.ofmlie lew AJdvr -fWe l*mev
iamto the ~emrookmka,,heft 1*held te 0 s WWNY t I mov"W(o
In Iaudaaapu~l.. The vwlaw caadlt'11 dtom la117. c&W oe**a
are osimless ths 160hsasatwe Ufthe bot 5' 16 P1miew -1P Eof via
Grv npsbastbd iithe Avms toc TIe Msdisalbam sIn If*~4 le
be, Inea .* w Or" u s, "4 o vs. sis of oas ed hsw, but low im. 4to
pet~dto I.be B00ISO a held by III@'ru'
Deawmt' a oo& me ,T11e dab. was Wofm I-ire madwly

ChiesageCoeumsUPaswesOuevawee. I ndWetoot ae AsDf"W"sI.
(2Ac. Mmb 1 --nw 6pew IF Wdet" &ad at mGe.t.wo ~&,#us*
w~att"b. mMaun 2 -a tiol S a"laDarbplrs. asid hit.-#tlow asuary

iaait.th$0 eit se amasS sf5p eed as OV 71110dom beSo Isinamwuaste family,
mm~ Isplsea smebeaos "dasQ*e subeat spuses l is 6 m8ilk6
I" s 3ja muatss stulm 484 a offMr. (vftd. "awhoiw40 he
sim' of f. shari. P of 4Ies' 1Av Mae.
Posum-Z13of e rw e o&*Be40 go 4 Be^oftat
valfteto eiko Wmad bad o s 0&w49$b rwa
06111110 6 U41 .safe trw "0 S POW161il
dathe vainw as~. v hastoto WIs.s asu to hiWS ieusieff weIn
U0 ueaessiveamb. %M an*M.nftw o* 6 sIbyas Ws
~A a* o pwpsS jmaf w

aS~" 44 0146(1U* U69000 F. 60O -10641
Now Taeft. ,'. 26 ,4w A&*._ psawdiwum *Wvw"M%
as cash, as- mspm~ss Of Be Li E N f lof
41 te Now eft =IV IN. OfO Bess blw 555 WO14sw a m* -

Obeeof -as soasIncQ*weswi. t I1? u~n
U&M am"?%* qi.1stl wAs a ?ds ar,
salk" ad w. XKIt.. bft& tpmess Aveva us 1101iog 0 jwi
FW.404pef.d #aoam". N. .0 1wev
Vs Y. F~,toeas. a C ,.Vftmw A01of. NMes6A 5- *S gne%*
mi MW nowsd 0""mg j 5-U. lim' sh4.


1'~ S.'


bore, w* M im wsame vft ..DEATH OCCURS AT CANNES
emuasaat doh etttto agmamiset-
D. W. AItoe Nos uatcUO w"Death of Duke Leavesi e Gap in the
d"* asete by t"e rsept Of the Public Life of Great Wetain-Had
a*ws a" oid threeiih b ecirstary:
"I oas* apries my barme.Y See" ~stActive In PiiiticaI Lift
fMarus o1*15WM o 11116 ABDOe -Twice Offereid the Priemirship.
Pr Mo(bneI. Maarvb .9.-fteroo-:- tmp.
"WH- fkel 0- V"_theIS of1 too ('sv. Mt h, eg:bdulke ,'! De.-
h M Iwowisu" & oontke. (2-1 hete Tuesday 1Z;wwrL
*be heeds of IKomhis uai he gs Wirs. Ito aw-4 bors iMy .
*N1aa4 eftnjWTe te -eAtbh(W tlip ue dakekodvi aurni
The & Utb Uri. &e=e, WWe IMin the VOW 111v l-4 QvW 10-414011,
safe bn Kqsa4" 6 aj"" sad Betstlot. s10"wh 11% s.'04ropa"tfu c

ca et al":useMereist trsw4 bk1~u frrt,,u a mtl) f c
covwm=*am d


Threei.Cerlooe 0d1"o er feeSvefse. ATTEP0"E0AMAULTS.
( 44utSWla. 01.C., Mwft 1h IS~
14ie johna Q. kMruisftkJr ,'d Ksr Third Tragedy in a Tesma Cswmt
s'~b 1I. &n~olovW4 IBI he WIN 'Within Two Wooks,
Me 4, .- f"* otr p1.'.ror Is the. t*nr, '.~e Tin IMeof 6- -aw
0,40dsg '!"W5SMLE Pf~rSWp IIsS 40 OfN'J1 heft TsoWeri 04apof IkethW
mSIPSes.IA-st Ibs he Will W oeSot 740 it~mvweslo .evub sto 610igs
l~iead three mdtdmee Is 0 141. OFF, apmsil.ssy vh psnoss~ ae W
41101 WOM. P Aasel. t'hWee5C 0, V m 10iir 55l.,Wteg *4Mf
Fehsts ai oeS.Un, a re sq 5e wesl4aTk~

wasry saw rob"~Ibas. (106tossi Va ow I 5V so easer hMMa
OMW 0 Ws "la dit I Vse ie or am iswtaww. a*eAred wft
6a4 4"010 pmm..Asi641 be Val 95 Me evso o Wa" joho wo? eImw4 s
bigpa piet mmld oftp NoH*ad Ma lowSbows kw-

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plesgtavs. Mv** 24U.. o b" lpirowlemp of a yemen ewo- w
mcwa S.oIskerImmas MBe eae "a aso, ft"60 va ws
-,w f,. sp the wits e moft' Thbe op~a ON*e4 adMW #~Duvlsktm
tomesa..or*Oa hoo4'o 61111", a ul w 10*gedmfaft assega a
I be 1"Moo 9 a oerm deft a1- 5W4 40 bwissome&

Tb. ow Iq.Isow"s a blow b".g 1 epleiy
at#.-! *,' )toow"" S 8mmoofteldVtOW oweb. aS wf e

MAom *SAWIG.v he 41o toss ab [Yoga"5
04 SWAM 4bId. ?qAWO.IS"as ems&rm

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4C XMW prf, S* Be e AessNIM ASSOO 06"OWN
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THEl DAILY BUN: V11.,MVitfot ?LORIDA, KARON ~26-19118 __


GUARDS MADE

A FINE SlU0S

Were Inspected Toesday Bveulg.
Ltrge Crowd Was Preent.


A FINE EXHIBITION


DRILL


e a
The Aen Turned Out In Good Condi-
tion In Heavy Marohing Order, and
Were Admired by the inspectlni
Ofeer-Doaneo at Conclusion.
The Inspection of Company H. Bee-
end Infantry, Third Battalion, Florida
troops Captaep J. W. Blanding com-
manding, with Lieutenants Warren
and Wheeler present, was held at the
new armory Tuesday evening, In ao-
sordesee with the instructions of Ad-
S$utastefoeral J. Clifford R. Foster.
and proved the most success-
ful military function ever held since
Se Osarda were organlsed, fifty-nine
mn, rank and file, reporting at this
meeting.
The inspection was made under the
supervision of Captain Lawrence 8.
killer, Coast Artillery, United States
Army, assisted by Captain Byron McG.
West, a graduate of East Florida
Seminary, who represented the Adju.
tant-General.
Major A. H. Blanding, commanding
the TWid Battalion, was present, as
was aes Col. I. B. Webster, F. S. T.,
retired, sad Captain N. H. Cox, of the
iJnlverslty who is a supernumerary
of the state Troops.
There was a large crowd present,
and the handsome armory was never
shown odf to better advantage, every
department being well lighted and In
order, and those present made a
thorough inspection of the quarters.
Promptly at I o'clock the company
waseoalledto attention, when the in-
spetUom began. The men were In
heavy marching order, wearing the
kha"d uniform, with all accoutrements.
The men presented an excellent ap-
pearanee as they stood at attention,
while the Inspection was being made.
and It is evident that the inspecting
offers were well pleased with the
company and its general deportment.
At the coneluason of the Inspectiqu
the company was marched upon the
streets, where an exhibition drill was
gives the men executing the various
miaseverm and manuals with the
regularity of the regular soldier. Cap-
talsi Blading and his ofleers are to
be complimented upon the efficient
manner to which they have tratned
their men.
Among those present was a large
number of ladies, ajl of whom thor-
oAghly enjoyed the affair. During the
evening, while quarters wre wingg
inspected, delicious fruit punch was
served by a committee of young
ladies. and the occasion was closed
with an Informal dance by the young
people.
DBATH OF MRi. DENTON.


Daughter of Mr. and Mra. John V.
DOeten Passed Away at Wlldwsod.
laformatlon of the death of Mary'
Ies, wife of Dr. J. T. Uetoa. which
lid event occurred at Wildwood, was
remv ie this city with a great deal
of sorrow, as the deceased had many
frieafd to thi, section who knew her
as a ttOIe grl and a young wouan.
Marw twoe Deata was the daughter
of MKr. d Mrs. John V. Deaton of
New Tort. grandagatetor of Hoe. R.
H. 11at. deceased. atlee of Capt. H.
. Dentom. exceedd
M was born ai sBrookly. N. TY
Wbea Ave years old her parent mov.
sa to ylorda. S attended *Ahool
at Lake View and Micanopy for aev-
al row. aNd tI 1N04 ash west to
OhMd at Coltegs Park. ear Atlanta,
& the m ame Collee ro m wkleh her
we graduated, thea known as the*
OmIt Femadle College 01 LaGrsnse.1
s Dee. S4. 1045. at the howe of heW
parato b s ew York. she was mar-I
ld fto J. T. Inatmo of Gltano.
MIB. w lher they lU"ed until March
ISK, Wta tbhey OW o 'dIo New' York
livig with hr pervets htl. hier hup
tead toos postarduAt, ~t'r k InI
Nomeawb. 1tIS. teVI loM-0td staU1
eirvedful dtiease# e6ui40n1*01 %waI
dairned "ta itlpG on arrh1 :t1%
l10g at WaldsWod. whrO .&he ea%.
in hi-r.* of riassalta hber b l. andt
jr-1jgb th we laid t,, r .. .0
Wedn*iday afteroon Ma'h >I t\a
the Mitmau'y cemetery. funeral 1-
Oe beons ena4etud by the viMt

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TheBALL
Th.EKM BALL


kIs Asdby a


And so is every other arti- q
cle bearing the Reach trade
mark. This guarantee is '
definite and'comprehensive.



will supply a new article or
refund your money if de- .
fects appear. i

S NdliummdoIsMbe tl

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Call and ifispect our line
-Gloves, Balls, Mitts and i
Bats.



BairWifNar areCe.
..WHOULALE AND RETAIL..


church, sb professed faith ln Christ
as her lavlor, and had a hope of
Heaven. She leaves a husband, one
baby boy nineteen months old, father,
mother, one brother and sister, to
mourn Ithdir loss.

Off to Gulf Hammook.
A jolly quartette, comprising W. W.
Colson. B. R. Colson. J. M. Prevatt
and Mr. Smith, left Wednesday night
for Gulf Hammock, where they will
spend the next two or three days hunt-
Ing and fibeing.
The Colons own a large tract of
valuable land in Gulf Hammock. which
to said to abound in wild game, the
streams affording fine fishing. The
trip will prove quite a novel one to
Mr. Smith. who is from Battle Creiek,
Mich., and who has never experienced
a hunt in the wilds of such a country
as Florida. lie will no doubt have a
groat deal to relate to hin North'pn
friends upolm his return home.
Don't Complain.


If your chest pains and you are un-
able to sleep because of a cough. buy
a bottle of llallard's lorehound Sy)rup
and you won't have any cough. Get
a bottle now and that cough will not
last long. A cure for all pulmonary
diseases. Mrs. J--, Oalvsto., Tex..
writes: "I can't say enough for Dal-
lard's Horehound Syrup. The relief it
as gives me Is all that ti necesary
for ne te ly." Sold byW. U. John-

L6eed to His Death.
New Orleas, La.. Mara IS.-*o.
ert i ag tos. wto "epwd fBm
PrAa., id., mommed 001" at
fls plefte hyby mnetg t m
a wtiaOw Il the Mw Orewml.
After pftPag e d doW one of the
betel emriowma r eome time l t pg
ait sfaa, t0agMi6on dived
el a Wow. iMsug etxty feet.
WheAS no1 1 e m wa1 % med.

T"0pe Tragedy in LeteWana.
lake (barlte. La.. Mar c --4ews
bas reacted Labo rtees of a trft
tmeagsy Ia a taolatta eomp at Mup
de. La. (MUrlese uasa amd De
witt MtIrweh. quarreW dfTag a ~ame
1 coarrdl l'<.hb rew pm aea bqaa
ari s. lunc a a Sd IW belL aA wet
as Rowert Jeekta. a eoeatwr. were
klkled All thre ou the anm wee

Repet iso Den0 e
Madrid. Marvh I--P-re ler Maw*
Sra has dealted he rurwt eurrant hw
)lst week tbIt Prmarw Kla!vnl Kust


SANTA FM NEWS.

Cowardly Attempt to Murder a Colred
Woman-Crp News.


*santa Fe, March 'S.-The farmers
re reloing because of the fine rain
rstordat It was ttlp too dry for
sed to germinate. They are putting
n a larger proVisloo crop than usual
this year, but the cotton acreage will
nct be as large as last year. Oats are
cooking fine, with prospects of a good
roel.
Miss Alma BlitCh, who has been
pMO alek for the paut Ifteen days, is
IprTvIag we ae glad to report, but
a very weak yet. She has the pray*-
ers of a large circle of friends and
tlUves for her speedy recovery.
A cowardly attempt at murder was
made, Monday alght to the McGregor
quarters, Jut after dark, by one
Walter Colley, colored, upon a de-
'encetsse colored woman. He slipped
up to the woman's house and shot
her, the shot tearing oU one arm near
bhe shonuder. Dra. Bishop and Rob-
irto amputated the limb and dressed
the wound Tuesday morning. She is
not expected to Uve. At last reports
the assassin is still at large. It is
claiMed that he is an ex-convict.
The road gang bas come and gone.
but not without leaving signs. Over-
eer Feaster has proven his compe-
ency as a road maker. He has done
some fine work, but not enough of It
to satisfy those that complain. Come
again. Feaster, we had rather see you
than a candidate.
There appears to be a growing im-
pression among the Democrats of this
State and county that the band
wagon ls really worth riding on to
sure victory, but when that day comes
silver dollars will contain the motto:
"In Hoc Signo Vinces" beneath a pie-
ture of Carrie Nation rampant hatchet-
Ing a saljou.
The many friends of Road Super.
visor Feaster here think that he acted
wisely to his conclusion not to enter
the race for sheriff this time, as
good road makers are scarce now, and
he being one of the best in the coun-
ty, we had rather keep him on the
road and use some of the available
material on hand which Alachua
county is so abundantly blessed with.
Mrs. Minnie P. Godwin of Rex re-
turned home Friday, after a short
visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. Blitch. here.
Mrs. W. A. Jones of Madison. Ga..
returned home Saturday. She came
to attend the burial of her father, Mr.
Ell Fitch, whose death occurred on
the 16th.
J. C Holder returned to Citronelle
last week, after a visit to relatives
and friends here Comep agaii. John.
Mr. aind Mrs. W. R. McOregor have
returned home, after a two-weekis'
visit to friends and relItitvt' at IA\te
Oak.


Listen
And remember the next time you
suffer from paln--caused by damp
weather-when your head nearly
bursts from neuralgia-try Ballard's
Snow Lnitent. it will cure you. A
promInent buesneea man of Hemp-
stead. Texas, writes: "I have used
your liniment. Previous to using It I
was a great sferer from rheumatism
and neuralgia. I am pleased to say
that now I am free from these com-
plalits. I am sure I owe this to your
tnaent." *old by W. M. Johnson.

Flerde Farmer Murdered.
Lake c:ty. rla., Mare U.-Mke
Tdlesa a promistl brlaw. w aMTr.
deremi Moaday oralag sear Mh *o m
betw9en tabe 04y a4d Pt' White,
ea ihe tMe of the Atalk tt oast UIe
ratlway, Tbe enurerw are susag.a
ad. a hl ioodiutds aM a. t e ail.
T1%e masrepd an's brother, "a To.
laad. was kUlled le"t 8M11W by na-
kowa per$*&. AU of *fe au
srs arre the oatm.ae of a feot.

TO CURl A COLD IN ONE DAY.-
Take LAXATTIV IUROMO Qtntune
Tablets. Dreagsgts rftud money If
It falls to owe. I W. OROVT'S &4.
mature is us each box. 2'.


hen Come W U ) R Itwith %Uv eb)Wj t ofI-
I. ramg Jpame & .~f AVededheeekbooss sch*6p.
tom~e. (%I.Win,. N. C sambIS 1$-0
maba ,d MAime. N C ~rrv-,at
Itch! Itch' Itch ei' z ch gt S-r-ilch' .of hi .t'*V!rt
Acralch' The nv"r" s.'vu ert~h S th e'~~ ea~a"64 ..~a
wtvw' 1b tch 1.b Try th'ma O* tmtnt qfte~* ~ ~ 1 W~ ~ "io-rl

I -%r %1I*,VCOr1b.& I k 11 h mat me l o f b tA ALA I
Al Wuatllmol t 1

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Wa I W I CASTO IA
nThe MWa Tyo uaM Ahmays eht. aads which h0a bem
ita =1tfer sOl oreW e or ~ Othew e aioo f
eMi A bbow - g =-- berhis-
gts ow ATeMres tlta thia.


ape wga that, ,W wmmnd e a the o eslte o
All 0m IN"--Bwels, -i n hl sadtll"webut



What is CASTORIA
-(otrmis am harmlMw nmt fte bMi 0Motor O4 Pare-
Wle4 Drops a" d ioeth Synps. It Is PlMem It. It
Cstam neither Opium, Morphine nor other Namrtlo
etatee. It j" f Is its pamntee. It destroys Woims
Mad flry FpeverIlshnem It cures Diarrhwa &ad Wind
0o0le. It rleves Teethingf Troubles, cures Constipation
a"d Ft lecy. It m-unlate the Food, regulates the
tmob =Ad Bowel,, givftin healthy and natural s&eep.
The Chldre's Panacea,-The Mother'es FrieId.

C.NUE CASTORIA ALWAYS

SBeMs the ignaturd of


The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
us Sease e*s0ume. 1w IFem omuNss?. gneaw* Oev.
-T ., I 14ST. II


THE STREET. DAVENPIPT

Wp invite every houpikeeper to call and examine the St&et Dvenport
lied-the m.et per"ct combination hed ever offered to the public. c IIl-
atertd In frst-clam s anner-43 steel sprns in wat and back, making the
mcwt comfortale ald your ca imagine. Th. St rit i? not like otero-all-
ed Davunport bdim--it if ,omnple-te.
Tie Strit Morris Chair, with footnrest, is imply perfect.
COME IN AND EXAMINE: THIEM. Sv.rl different styles on ezx-
hilition. Prkw very reasonable. *nd word nor a card to

B. W. S, A t 1i Et a c t,
andI he I ill call on you with mample of nphol-tery, cuts of dIAmeet style.,
prkv~ end all infimiation remuwary.


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G. Ramsey of Wacahoota. candle
for sheriff, was among the lsi-
to Gainesville yesterday.


To feel strong, have good appetite
#ad digestion, sletp souudly and en-
oy life., use Burdock Blood Bitters,
*1e gret system tonic and builder.
Dr. Andrew Sledd. precedent of the
Walversity of Florida, left yesterday
.br Jacksonville, where he attended
ae funeral of Senator W. J. Bryau.
Rev. M. H. Northeroes of Tennew-
Mee, who was here for several days
omdictliUn services at the Church of
4hrist, has gone to Valdosta. Ga..
where he will remain for a week or
ins days. Mr. Nortbcross is one of
ie most earnest speakers It has been
6e privilege of the people here to
meet. and It is hoped he will decide
to return.
Among the promillent visitors to
his city yesterday was lion. John R.
Willis of Williston. State Senator
trom Levy county. Mr. Willis will
again be a candidate, but he will have
opposition, and the campaign la old
Levy promises to be Interesting be-
fore the campaign Is over, as it is
amid every candidate has his gun load-
ed for the best game.
Mr and Mrs. cannibal Gray and
daughters. Misses Alma and Emma,
of Elmira, N. Y, who ha.'e been
spending the winter in this city. left
for their home Tiuesday, after a de-'
Kghtful season spent here The,' will
go via Washington., herT they will
sMpend about a week. Their numerous
newly-made friends here hope to se**'
then again next S'asonl.
Miss (lertrude Wagirier of I'itt sburg.
Pa., has arrived li the city for a few
weeks, during which tlne' she will he
pleasalitly l'1ate',l at 1,11)01 Al.(hitia
avenue, E Miss ,\WagIuv'r has Iwe'te
traveling ,\tiits.l\.et\ the' Iipa t Alitter.
which iacco4ns thr thli fact' that sih
did not arri\ her. liar ,:IIIr Hler many
friends here tre glaii to w'l(c4 nt' ier.
despite the l[atw ,se'a n
T (" C iryanti ,f \\ainn ',. ho wnas
urged by t:1in' ,ri b,'i fr'n \ti rleots
sectlioni of thc' ( t tio make' tthe'
race for tax collet',r wi.he to) thnlnk
them for their iptoffierid ii ort. lit
he has derided not to c I test for the
office this tine' \Mr rliraiut riqu pct,
The un tSu o It tl. t.' hei w il. tl d-li
eace to the' reqei, i' t i, tioI\ i 'w s
be a candidates I,,r <.n .i a 'iin l
stoner from d istr lcNt N t I that
his formal a aiioun il a few days
Alice Roosevelt's Wedding
Was somethllnK to tb record,4l In
the annals of history. liehrbine haft
been acknow-l#-dge*d the gr'eati't of
liver regulators A loswitle rure for
billious headache'-.. tcontllpation. chills
and fe'e.r .a;il nil Ilivr complaints
J. C. Smith little otwk. Ark arite:
"Herblne Is the greatestt ie!r mniedl
aine known lI: ,o ii-'d It for yearns
It does the work Sold by W. M
Johneso,
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L.


r.O" l Colman
UniheM~ty V Wedlock.
A 9W"etbut VeY Pftty wkdding
Was solenanlred t IHOWy Tinhutc Ei,'i~c
copal church eaom'nlt.t
o'clewk. thle contest Vsui rti h.nmk
C. C. Chitty and NMGImeNaCIsilI


-the charming daughter of Mr MI t
Mrs O. 0.M. COlma, Rev. Framki 11.
Craighilu offciating.
This was a very quiet aff.tr. only
members of the famille of the' room
E and bride and a few lattiate trienids
betag pri'set. However. it was a
pretty and most impressive c'remiouny.
the beautiful ritual of he episcopal
Scurch being cared ot In the' same,
OkShii w iU2 Y"S The brie was attired in a hand-
saved bar lyeiJ Be" $mie WkIte chiba "Gloth Jacket
MmrT. TQ Wlladmn, Man ofmsint. with lK eewaist d Wiwhite hat,
Iowia, wri to MrPlnkam: wk il Ury b 01ngwhile
1 1 can trulymy that Lydia It Pink- the groo wore the 0u',intolal
ham's Vegetable Compoun4d paved ay' black.
life, and 1 cannot express my ratnat e Mr. Chitty is one of OGainesville'
to you In words. for years I n red most popular yoIng I te1. lie Is jun.
with the worst forms of female comw ior me= ;er of the firm o H. NI Chit.
plaints, continually dootorin'g nmA m
spending Its tof monly for medicine ty & o., clothiers and futia.her,. Mtd
without hep. I wrote your advice, has made many friends durlni his
followed it as directed, and took Lydia alden ce here.
L Pinkham's VegetableCompound and The bride Is a charming yoiiu, ldyw
it has restored me to perfect health. b
Had it not Ieen for you I should havewho has been reared here shei..
been in my grrve to-lay. I wish every possessed ofa swet dlapoaltion. % Ihich
suffering woman woilltl try it." I has made for her, many .ailirersr
FACTS. FOR SICK WOMEN.'among the young et.
For thirty years l dia K. link-I The numerous friends of \Ir and
hattm' V .gtaitbltio ('inpound, made Mrs. Chitty a ih them long I alld
frut rwoot. tMad htrl4rs .ihtLw u n l''th haiptlness In their married t it
standLird ret.utdy fior fe'tlo ills,'
and has. iwait i \el ctured thousands of V MEETINGS
womnlen h liti, l iitvNvi1 tII lol-l uhhled Hh
tioli, tibrul tituoioa. ir lttsith Adjutant McGrew Olves Note..e for
periodic' ptii. Iiikaclie, that licar- Information of Member .
Ing l'own fet,11g, f'tiulen r itUl ,iis r tt III
tie e.,e iZz~inton riotis Lt~rati- For the information of unit nrwi tci
WlIv tdoll't you try it ? Stonewall Canpe. United Ciciilori'.ite
Mrs. Pinklham Invites all aikl Veterans. Adjutant John ( V r.
wenwaIis to write Iher for advive. who manife'ts a deep inter. iIii the
1ihe has uphiled tho siunda to camp,. iublthes the following
health. Addt4las, Lynn. Ma*s. i "Regular me'etlngA of thie a im i nrt
.... ..... held each quarter., beh iK it Iir-t
CHILD WAS IN DANGER. Monday In January. April, lnl aBitd
,October, each year. ait 10 cllocwk iIn
Found a Rattlenake in amrn, and the iolirnInKt
Notified Its Mother-Reptile Killed. "The annual menortal setrie will
be held on Monday. April :'7. It111.
Mamma. come here, there's a tgly "The general reunloi will be held
nake in the barn.' A In irmingnham,. Ala., TuedaY, Wed


This statement from Charlie, the
little flve-year-old son of Mr. a. I Mrr.
I1. T. Aniow, created anxiety ind ex.
rcitemnent on the part of the fond
mother of the little fellow.
Where ais the snake, my boy?" e-
rltedly asked the mother, who grabbed
thlie woman's favorite weapmo -th,
brnom.
"Hight out here,. mother.4 he replied.
and with that he led the mother to :eo,
barn. where sure enough abe diocove,-
ed a rattle-nmake of the diam.md
ilc Itk ainakle.hip was quickly dispat. 1.
ed. and as evidence that It was a r-enl.
live make. Marshal Arnow carrl.iee
two rattlk around in his pocket
It was a narrow escalm fwr the
little fellow, and his thoughtfulnesoe In
reminding hi. mother of Its preiwsetie
probably sav d his life

Weman's Minelenary Meeting.
The annual mewtlng of the Woain's
Milidolnary Society of the First Pre-
Iturlan church was held at the
church Wednesday afternoon sad was
well attU'indd, those present manifest
lng the de 1wiest Interest In the seb
je.t Mesiro The klader was Mas.
A. W. Ta)lor. and the( watchword.
"rrillow ship.
At this nemslinc Mrs J C. Kvaia
was elected president to are*d4 M rs.
l1 C Smith. whbo has Ued the poel.
tkm admirably for the pat year. while
Mro J Ii Turner was elsetoed aoer
tarv and tremsurer to euceoed Mrs,
A W Taylor
The report of the tres r on mlMI
hts aad Aher c0088"" was me
e.ner ragnna. aggrega lla about SII
f'r the, >ear
In the eveuJag there a a takers'
munte at the home of Mrs. W. I1
Hil4om Fast Mal street N. wbtr
was also well att1114ed ad very 1"I
t r.**t ta


nesday and Thursday. June !9, It 'and
ii.
"All dues should be paid before
March 15 of uach year.
"JOHN C. M'ORRW, Adjilieuln

lqlhin Skale Seglin*t."
The members of the D. Y. It' I
have arranged with Mr and Mrs. J
Bassett Wlltard of Cincinnati for a
date with their funny and 'very Io|ti.
lar entertainment entitled the Hingtn
Skule elginment" and hive ixe l on
the date of April 2nd. an the ,ol'ra
house. This entertlintnirit has a twi
a very great tsuresw In all parts. ol
the country. It i a dleleouos roin
pownd of pure. clen. wholewame. jolly
fui. It to inot all siighig buht mixed
to with a lot of bright. I, etty, ratchy
noss. d aspirited chorims will )h
foaud Wmamber of funny character Ins-
persatloe. and other ftlurve In
greater number than nM- would Imna
Inle eoum be crowded tnis oWe alnlle
perforW-m. All of th< iaaeabhg and
drtilag will be attended to by Mrs
HIItagely. who will also ilay the lead


N1 I, IN TH SIv .
Whao 10*m 1O 1edsui e stg.
His .O "so" bfta
That eueS the ies he tr ee**,.
eG hve Ipames br mradiUe ue-ssk
et Ome. thM me"*ed R ema s
u.u*W me de" ,_ -o the
brme ******-p e tjh* eMAIa te"e"
by 11ae-1a0 deMrf wt *** Wttyi s
the ber beb hV bair t040 0 Ifte.M.
a&. 1 ta. lfamle ( et. T .am. be p e*.
NeXOWWrs nvio, d bole a W b *4rf<,
iM. *nd r~ea*me t* wi tf Mmeatural
-'Newr^ (e **s ab*q ei mllle*
p..4iI-n settamw (s.d skI $4 >**
w***4 haler w **srew.. e *l'e
hue 10-ay

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A Now WOOof Gofta mmo
AttelIsla to directed to the rbowp
of si ertlomemt o# the SeMd N
waiw (omamy. whichb" eum16 3
otinto tbe, beease atMU asmeow a

Ima gtim. ItHbas b assa Obem ad
for for lovers cot the mauwled eItoi
seewe sAada'd mod&. wftb" "0

begske" a.p The Saw tw
$soft bovu$4r base lhod SO& eWW
bee' thro g uIMM4 a fmv. en *or
ams joIe sell. bh-040MA T iwo
p..eh m he-right sawn' IAt l
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.THE GAINESVILLE BOTTUNS WORKS.

Yerm lismy oaslji r 3pmt loot t ci itthal i millti, lt rinik. %e'it oun
A114el.41cont 11.r''l lisa g tit agill, ysinft le Ic c it *4n -w e f rhikik In this
slowt., imusei'tiii ~~)Ier N ft~o,e l Tch e 1wim w.eeet (,)r 61141 a.I i.enl
i thv i ll4rliikkam well i m gim~e r Mo,'1% P-hs Ii A,l c Inctel Il"ew.
lilrtle't ,41 F cell 41 1w joislrii~e trink- I Iam v loot trivet ciii'
i,*'i' drink, J AClK FH10 ;!ItCoa elael) --hails It igh a~ttpsw
tink)rohy m ll o .I hnr w aIii rn'ae i'. e :r'Ilgl alut efiloI%.
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for your table you can always ind at

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Hot rol.s ad muffin for supper and
fine pawtq and breads for dinner.
Our ornamental and,, May cakes
for receptions and parties tire a de.
light to the eye and to the palate.



Don't BU Cught
4 )h leek i"Ig day WHitwMMA sh V7mt
rtI. foir )($$t rakft oia'. hiseI*, le i?4wsrric
"irt~k poier v.tention ~with. sur,fd'wval. t)
hatil'p ( Opiw ria&Vs'r ftat winl ulvo WO" dt
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Sw. MIflt ent,O T=awe-s 4
as T wa o h, 9pUaked every Norasg ag
Sit M Adsy, delivered by mrWeniri tse dty, er
Ieuled watoeayprt of m Stedemi spkastp
,iS.ferl sear'l 1 eea sethe. stlsee
,Ast M; or |b eMts t VA" w ed-gdult in


ifnbt ueMtiM. usd a freed ma*dltltni
AC ordlplay dvertisema4de koaus as

H Tws4Waek Iss6el 4t. gsp, forty.
hM 'ISper, published every Moedy sald
*uMeMay, a0u estlMW o0l tle so fet a M
Ve m, l Sat oto u4 W A. aa wil b
e, ptsIs( fro, to my rlrt ofdMoUnllted
laes or canul, hor pt.wO y are" edvanOs.
AS veratlMeg ilet bemmesme due after
of advertiemeut, salesrdmtbeuw
lNdae i aostrect .artien oat hkm em to
b' esqu to pay Oir advwtuisgis ae
WMWA. ddfi T=l DA TY SUM.

THE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

Ti Florida State Horticptralo 8o-
eletywas Invirted oe year ago, at Its
annual ession h eld i St. Petersburg,
to meet this, yer In 0l Galnvlllo. The
nviltaUon was gives by Dr. Sledd,
Mayor Thomas, and the 0ain.*iille
. Board of Trade. and was accepted In
spite of the claims of several rival
towns anxllou to eauf the meeting
for themselves. The vtetory for
S Oaltoivlle was largely due to the *f-
#orft and speochbe of Mr. W. N. Wil.
S on, one of the most prbmlnent moam
barn.
no IexecuUve committee o the o.
Slety has listed upon May 13 to 16
tolusve aS the time for the manual
S meeting of 108, and has appointed
S* Mr. Wilson as chairman of the local
c, ommltt on anrraOments. A large
i' attendance I expected, and the offl.
C Ia would not be at all surprlid If
Sths m ting proved to be the largest
hold In Its history.
The Hortlculral Solety comesof
A this year, thi bein It twenty-
Brt liesIon. It is consequently re
sponsible for Its actions and knows its
own mind. During those twentyone
years It has held Its annual meetings
In tbout every part of the State from
PeMaecola to Miami. and It is fltting,
am wt'll as a unique coincidence, that
It should celebrate its coming of age
within a few miles of Interlachen. the
place of Its birth. The most numer-
ously attended fneeUtn was at Miami.
te Mood best attended beings last
year at Bt Petersburg, when upwards
eof three hundred were present.
The soodety is compoes of the moat
advanced bortculturists of the State.
although many of its members are
from other parts of the United states.
Its procdin go" go to many fort
sm coum ttles a Sweo as to all partsI
O this country. The "proeeedins,"
S empoeed of the speehee and die
eue0t s made at Its annual meeUttags,
are coslered an Important pait of
seimUtd. literature. Them reports,
S or "proeedlng." are the best and
e --t handeoae pubtlebhed by any
huea tunral setety ta the United

In spite of the peat work aceom-
piahed by the eocety it aa other
i support tha the annual dea from the
S member. At prem t it has about
seve hundredl members Anyose earn
Join by patang em ioslar and sub-
esrate to th esesOtttea. As every
member reoete tree a copy of the
.,. edtagse" e aelly gets n re.
turn his small outlay many time
Its value.


0. Pfolks, travelillc toldtot for
T wn. has be iut ot o f bust-
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By Hebet ipg@ood


The mayk of t6 ntlos Int the high.
grade employee Is that e is equal to
all .occasions. Whether salesman,
clerk or executive, he will be ableI as
the prie-igh n may,: "to meet all
comers." He can alU a bil of goods
just as rMe ly aemops a'table laden
with a plank tbpk and entrees bf ez-
pensive demeMos, as ever the counter
ina a stos. It his customer is of tMe
"bm and a egg" rt, the hblh-srad
salesman will be perfectly at hopse
buying ilft a lmh at a popular
priced metaurat. On te other hAd.
his obstomerma be president of a
railroad' tbuy*t die thousand miles
of steel raI, Th.e o lSh-rade beu*
neam getter w be Juo t aS comfort
able with him a with the "ham aad
egg" buyer, and wtll now how prop,
Oery to eotertalm him.
A hoie which dos business with
btig men must lave a representative
who can be Just as big a man as the
next fellow. In dignl4ed self-conf-
dence he must feel at all tmese on
the same level as the man ,with whom
a has to deal.
There is nothing more harmful to
the business welfare of an establish-
ment, for Inetance, tban to have in tas
employ clerks of a cheap and unintell-
gent oharaeter. Such employees, not
being able to .t all occaslons and
raise themselves, at lest for the time
being, to the social and intellectual
level of their customers, lose thous.
ands of dollars which can never be re-
covered. High.grade clerks earn the
difference lan salary twice over by the
demonstration of courtesy alone.
"Knodly take my card to the mana-
ger," requested one of the largest
customers of a New York Jobber, as
be came Into the tore for the frett
time.
"Pardon me." replied the shabby
looking Individual, who sat at a desk
dear the door. "Pardon me, but I am
the manager."
'If you are a man.gerdont look
like an office bby. Be high-grade
enosu to look the part, at the part
and feel the part
A friend of mine tells me that he
always feels like a millionaire,. In
spite of the fact ihat be is a man of
but moderate Income. There are no
mlllionahreo among his acquaintances;
nevertheless, If he had to do business
with th4 richest man in the world, he
would have the personality to carry
him through; he undoubtedly would
be equal to the occasion.
He had that nameless something-
that mark or recognition peculiar to
the high-grade man. He was prepared
to "meet all comern." and was at all
times big enough for the occasion.

Judge Horatio Davis will be the
next mayor of Oaineville,. and will
be elected without opposition. It will
be a Attlng tribute to one of the best
mcl who has ever honored Galnes.
ville with his eltleimshlp, and an
boeor of which any man would justly
tofl proud. Judge Davis Is poesesMed
of oe of the brightest legal almds of
aIy *ember of the Florida bar. and
o ualversally eteemed by all who
kow halm. This Ie not the rt political
homer that our people have sought
to beow pon him. but bewln of a
etieil nature he ha, heretofore.
laly refused to accept pol tal obce
aslace hisa resldente in Oalaeevwle.
The editor of The Run ass bad the
hoaer of the acquaintance and friend-
shItp of Judge Davts for many rean.
and never wr e beard an Individ-
ual .peak despargingly of aIm-either
as a man or lawyer. He will make
Oaiesvtille an able and impartial
cilet melaatrate. ad In oorig bi htm
the people will baoer thseawlve.
Sometime a re val of home or
buaines would solve many hard
problems. Think it over. watbchtn
th ad*a the while


aeW tor a few days by an attack' -- '-. -
of the mumps. and Is now coallned' H eO WTha
to MIs home,. It ha added may, We o1w One Hundred Dollars Re-
a-m-es to The tun' alr edy large. ward for any ase of Catarrh that an-
mubirlptlm ItLt. and aa esou m he not b e currd by Hall's Catarrb Cure
reeere be will renew his caepaignl. PJ. CItEN nY & CO.. Toledo. 0
6ad "keep everlaeUaly at It." We. the und.riltA., bhae known
----.-. P. J. Cheer for the Ist is years. and
If some really valuose thing bh bel*ev* hIm pwfectly bontrable Il ag
come to be stanly hIn the busli.nee treeaettions. an4d fancWly
either in the home or oce. .bh ,.t4 able to carry out any obUIatUoes made
eel or eacma e it through a nlas. by hI Sram
Swad.?AyUes o KNAto WAU M tA RVIN.
ed dWta You ciian' ;Tokdo o.
Hall's Catar C are I taken naterwn
It Is a preny aerieO s oautook for ally. artin directly 0U tho bkwd and
the comunmtty wbem there arw only amNtoarae of he ayrtem Twet-
about tWW Wor wath of iuea e of. males eat trw e w ,, e pr
emee left between Abe Kuet a#d ,Ta.M Hal ralb y a tu d oru c
traoel. HaL L


f labor 00iamte,w. which
for Its Object the promotion of the
welfare of society t10 respect to the
Employment of chbdgun In gainful oo.
eiupatfous, investigating and reporting
ti bwats concerning eld labor, rmis.t
Wlo the andard of parental responsi-
lity and public opinion with regard
to the emI)loyment of children, and
assisting Ito protecting children
agalnt premature or otherwise In-
Arlkms employment by suitable l gis-
lateM and the enforcement of la, A
wil Net at the Piedhonst Hotel In
Atatst,a. Qa, on AprIl 2. 3, 4 and 5.
The active members of the committee
Sndldub home of the most distinguish-. AIwn madhlaS stps &f*% ei s .m
ed pbUliaht, philanthropists and' aso- M dd6 atl PI
c1al sai fl elious workers throughout PE mTRATKS the Pere, loosens t"he AFibroes HJaK4 p
the Natime. The fltate committee inmot a free Mof the Blood, givig mthe tmea rl
asfladf with its eomprise the same *
eart of people, and toe National coam-
mitlab, through cooperatlons with the
tate committees, has succeeded In ~
securna the passage of child labor RED Of A AL
law or needed amendments to exist- W. L Bee, P. M T Toi e : q .
lag laws In thirty States. wife ha been year with
The program begins with a recepd hebarl, whr I w pa to .
tlon to the members of the committee ao-w wlldta e a esS. I
and its guests at the Piedmont Hotel, have ali IIat s am oln tm
eraptiona. ItrdMi the l Sf.
Thursday, evening, April 2nd. The U O AO RTWs6 AWA@S1
moringl and aftemoon sessions will TU~ NRME1 MA L SUSSTITUTESW
be held at the Piedmont Hotel audS- Bs Iz S: A5., 50. 4i d $1.00
torlum, and the evening sessions will
be popular meetings at the rand BALLARD SNOW LINIMEB T CO.
Opera Hall,.T.Up
For further particulars address A.
J. McKelway, Secretary for the South-
era tates, 604 Century Building, At-
lants,. aM:. J.O -TS iT

To fall to 'make your "wants" --- --- --- ----
known, especially if it's an ofBce you
are after, is to hide your light underr A T TS OF TITE T EL PH 0 N E
a bushel."
-Pro t aSad fun itfovmtoa
(ura erearmg la-i Ia L INE S REACH
f ythavefoundathingsee ALACHUA COUNTY 80 TOW NS
t ad ed n the want column. 80TOWNS
1M 111T TIESuvA* for No-
The Cause of Many TM CT A REALTT CMln PT East Floidai Telepone Co.
The Caue of Many E.E. VOYLE, Manager. g sta e S e-
Sudden Deaths. Fire, Accident, Burglary
There Is a d.sease prevailing in-this and IndemnityInmurane DRY BAT TERIES
oltr7 aost ngerous hecauelsodecep. AU tbe proaaedu Ameuloas *ad butishb
tive. Many puddlcts oompSalep re ngedr Any Quantity-Any TIme
deatll. are c nMd E R AL KTAT--O--TY LOANS EAST FLORIDA TLBPON9K CO.
by it-heart dis.- E. E. VOYLE, Z Fla. or Bell Phone sB either pse.
came, 1)lIntltuoni,
heart failure or m __ -
a. o.plex vareIoften
the result of kid. a R
Snev diseRse. If
kuihnev trouble is
thekihltey-po C.I..- i a& J hblacl" iRll at-
tack the vitat lrganii, cnuii-, cratarrh of ....
the -l.,lhhr, ,r tile ktilev, h theriiiselvei - ".. .. -' "
hriak down nod waste a .vy cell by cell. EFFEOTIVE FEBRUARY 18, 1908.
lhuadler troullcs alii(,t ualavys result
from a deItritiement of the kitdnevy nid
i cmt i ltsned cest, a l r, ) ol Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
treutllaritt of tliC kin Itfyni urr ftfe1- .
Iaug l.n:v y: ran mck lt- oii.e take hy Cal points South ....................... 9:30 a m
tk t. r' wapoot, the Returning, arrive Gainesville . . . . . . . . 4:25 p a
It clinprtuct innlsiitv t, st urine l id Leave (Gaiu sviUe for Sampson City, Palatka,
ci.es thuatnplenaainiitieccity of being Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 p m
comqi'llell to go often thr,'kgh the day,
att 'I get l.p ny t*";,1 sti.rin the Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ............. 9:30 p m
,igiht. The mildl aid the extraonriutry
ncct of Sw.un,-Root 1 X ,Is l rlixedL A. L G G upL l
It stunts the. highest for its "derful A L, SptL E. Brk, Tr o 'r.
Cure of tis most d t(reuing c sets. ,
Swa Ip.sot it pleasant to take and is
sold by all druggisi t in fifty-ceit and
one-doliar .i:e bottles. You may have a SAOR
sample bottle of this wonderful new di{.
covery and book that tells Ill about it|
hoth sent free by nail. Adlires, Dr. KI. N JEa BO A R D
earb Cco, Iinglsmto u. . .When
writing mention reading this generous
>fTer in this paper. t) n't make any
ti )r. umeabr the n uM.slne Ir Line RaIIway
. 'lsar, C:.ghhawtes, Y'., on every
bottlee

APm UIN "SAVANNAH, COLUMslA, OAMDEN, 80U.

A UDINE THBRN PINE, RALEIGH, RICHMOND,
CUR COL WABHINGTON, BAl'EMORE, PHII
mCURE C LDS ADLPHIA, NEW YORK.


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triaf. NIt. Augtstine ad Jackseavlleto New York via luciind s
Wa&shintns [taltng Car (a W eCart sWvNe Doble Dra wI
w N tr e Sarf B O' SatM aM nderObWvema ar. Leave St.. AM
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Captain J. W. Daw of ie ola
shot and seriously wounded Police
Officer Henderson, the Captain mle-
taking the officer for one of a g""
of negroes upon whom the osicers
were making a raid.

The orange growers of DeSoto coun-
ty met last week and added about
rtjy members to the list. This ia a
'ranch of the Florida lFruit aad
Vegetable Shippers' Protective Asmo-
elation, which organisation is doing a
lSe work in the State in the matter
of bettering transportation rates.

Mason Scarrit of Pensacola found
wrappen in a large roll of paper $500
which had been lying there for over
thirty years. Mr. Scarrit says that
the money Is the proceeds of a land
sale made by him In Pensacola thirty
years ago. lHe does not remember
ever having put the money in the
trunk.
The Edwards Construction Company
of Tampa will shortly commence
building the new quarantine station.
The building will be constructed on
the ballast reef created by the dio-
charging of ships' ballast. The new
buildings will be modern In every
respect, costing $13.168.50. and will be
finished in about three months.

Mike Tolen. a prominent farmer re-
siding between Lake City and Ft.
White, was murdered by unknown
parties on his farm Monday morning.
News was soon carrie** to Lake City
and a posse headed by bloodhounds
were soon on the way to the scene of
the murder. Certain parties are sus-
pected, and It is believed that arrests
will soon be made. Sam Tolen, a
brother of the dead man. was murder.
ed last summer by unknown parties.


The Pen is Mightier

'Than a fire-lngine when your
house is on fire, because it in-
stantly secures the entire value
of your home--that is, when
your name is opened upon a
strong policy for.


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i The trouble Is the outcome of a family
feud. -
About I o'clock last Friday morn-
tng Mrs. Wood. who is visiting her
brother, Mr. E. C. Bennett. was awak-
ened by someone tr) tn to enter her
window. She ran Into her brother's
room, calling him to her rscaue. Mr.
Bennett grabbed his gua and r&ed
through the windo*. The berslgt
yelled as though he had been hit.
and Mr. Bennett pursued the aan to
the frout gate., ring at him the sec-
ond time. but the man. who was a
negro. made his escape. but be got a
good scare for his trouble.--Ocala
Banner.
A man named Tompkins. who form.
early lived at Ashton Station. but who
recently had been employed an a
woods rider by a naval stores firm
operating near Perry. In Taylor coun.
ty, was killed at that place by negroes
who had gotten Into a row over a
game of craps. When Tompkins went
out to quiet them one of the negroes,
without provocation, pulled out a re-
volver and fired at him six times, only
one ball taking effect, and that In
the center of his breast, causing al-
most instant death. The murderer
escaped, and Tompkin'. employers
have offered $300 reward for his cap.
ture.
A coroner's inquest was ordered
held on the body of a two-year-old
child at Orange Bend on Tuesday last.
under the following cireumstanees:
A colored turpentine laborer, named
Hendersoa, went to his work on Mon-
day morning, and shortly thereafter
his wife went fishing for the day.
leaving a ten-yearold boy In charge
of their two small children. Later mi
the day the boy hunted up the father
and Informed him that someone bad
killed the baby. Upon resehting him
home he was horrified to find the dead
child In the yard with Its skull
crushed In. the opening, appearing as
having bee Inflicted with the head
of a hatchet. The boy and the four-
year-old brother of the dead child se.-
cuse each other of the deed, and both
deny being guilty.

COMPULSORY EDUCATION.

Says the Farmers Do Net Appreciate
Advantages Offered Children.


Editor Sun: If we can take the
Year-Itook of the Departmeat of Ag-
riculture" as good authority the votjag
population male) of the tanited
States in 190 wa t21.329.819. of which
11 per cent. or 2.3364.s, were Illiter-
at.. Omitting the Illiterates. which
come to nu chiefly from soutbean
Europe, and the negros, the amme
authority pSlaces e Illiterates of the
farming or aSgreautral elaus at
O.00.w. and this number eome from
a male arkcaultaral peelatloa 'e
?7.0M I roend amber This
TMa.f farmers, a-01 of wam e
Ifterate. represent a total a frtlesiur-
a) population of so*,e1 -muee *iary
half of ear ceafs of I If yoa
reade doubt my ugres. let them
examine te above I atlimed votelm
laeed for 101. pp. I4-84. If the
above e"dlloas exmt. do they nIt
show that there Is so metiu radleay
wems la a beasaed eAmtse.. eIF
tass PreMlss to our Cvl War very
little asamnti was paid to oar pIbI
schbools, speciaUy the a Ik d
the porrer srMer, who were asmbs
to sed to private oseaubs, aedem abd
over a threeo aths' sbel oet f
every yawr. and I will ay that IU
eidsttt 41 existed ia may Sam f Ar
toa or Ifta arl w bleeit lo
war, bet. tr itas two Mla daseas.
every Stae hase asseally added & Ms
etaUstial advaatalss. sa4S mstO f
the fernash at l as a v* aiI
terms for their eem wi -sk
add It ke to nf mmo e sI
*hirb !n $SAy of or bSaie have
term# f- wes" ad *gtM seaaths, we
ld ht e .rry sOtati vtteteM and e*O
pOrlmIraI ebWkAM at IbtW eW
rkladrar as tharogy 4ttrId la
the ,a -,' *' *temn-r. To 1sn ss tr
grw-oow- ,x tfe af tWa ftift f- -Id
an to 16,thtb I kWh HMA mIa 1 i
5spt ths '**, of avrtr"tIIVra, fr sI
rates ).~atIad d 908yar 1pesslae
tlb fnare M sad as W DMit4 f hsle
prm rr Ad hagher M46a0as. pVeW
iL. le the farmer Csety appeM
rtW* he he stal es we i ee ht

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adsat f e pb nI0 bot only from
varlioat el te f I have before
me. Including astistnal returns of the
average and aggr attetidume of
town and rural sebools, but fr'in per.
sonal observation as a teaclihr for the
last twelve yTars, haviIeti within
that time. taught In cl tt tomn and
country schools.
Any honest critic will ar.et t ih:at the
farmer's child usually hba the ehorei
to do around home; that in manyA
instances he Ilveo a long 10I.\ fromn
the school bouse, and that bad
weather frequently preventst his at-
tmdlmg, while the towD child has no
chores, lives near, and has sidewalks
stead ot muddy, wet roads. Mr.
ljaUy. In an address made last sum.
we before a school conveIetlon at
lUttle Rock,. touehbllwo thl'.' luoints,
said that In three Satls wh.,r, con.
pulsory school laws had bn atlopted
the above hindrances to rural atitend-
ance ceased. "As If by the toucih ot a
witch's wand." and that hel had never
known of more than one fln. '.twig
Imposed In the same school c'.inllmuni-
Ity. And tur.ther. 'the ip.'topI.' lo
flrst bitterly opposed the law. sub.le
quently advocated It. A. ,iii' who
has, boarded in their fanlio. I at.
tribute this Indifference tio thioumht
lesaness and force of habit minre than
anything else. The parent n ,,r went
to school much himself, aiid In his
estimation he has done v er ell, he
has his little home, bis iniil a few
cattle, and usually thinks thit eunh
of his children, being no hitter than
himself, must start just as he did
He does not clearly appirelate the
changed conditions, had the idea of
providing a place away from the fam.
ly gosalp. where blt children can
study at night, is one of these new
methods that he falls to appreciate.
He was furnished with Do soeh oppor.
tunity, and his children nimut do as
he did. The teaser who requires
the morning'a lot reetations 'to be
prepared at home by laIpMlght Is most
too eager In his work, and the teacher
who expects to InterfWe with and diw
turb the long establMsed family rule
of rising. milking. fading, breakfast-
Inag, o as to do these things ad get
to the school house by islO0-yea, 9:30
a. mn.-aust learn roam #zierloace
that it ean't be dene. I ave a patron,
treotee of the Wchool. too. who live*
"ot over four hundred yards from
the school house, to whon the above
statement exactly apple.
As a rule the farmer thinks that
Id class Ito the most ablhad and least
provided for of any other trade or
profeIslen. J ask him to stop but a
moment and esUtimate the Illlinus of
dollars that ar annually spent to
furnish him. not only with the best
common sheooL but agricultural
tratning sobools, where Ms boys uad
girls can peurme thorough sclentifto
ose; and yet. lot through whitsh I
libwal maaltestato., thm amtin. for
li eopeplal beoetin h as seisIhoMd
fral (O delivery, wbheh deftwe his
*eto* aw he 4dorw o, Ia t ioer
M tbe tah that these ppe|tual.
mis, phoed before him I or ho
peal hmelt, met imnIUses mum of
-ss; that these mm se 1hesrfu
le i is prpe the blre I ei
t the rioim dt is wlib th .


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inhin bo mde to do o RAJOft


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OPPICIMSI A Stroi
W. F. Themase.!

C. W. Chase.

*ad Vk*o-Pmsdest. Befotel1
L K Irome,

bay. 8Mmd wblr Aliu


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All BuNi.

at Comes.


DIRIOCTORS
M. F. DOt$e"
C. W. Chale,
J. a. Nimhela,
J. A. Mditatt
&. J. Themat
C. K. Breeme
W. i. Thomas,
W. IL Toy"


kant & Co.


PAW*$ "d AMbeft1

Staple, and Fancy Groceries
00kt. G#&f~lle&W 60d VevNuSlw
WV" $104 WUARB "IMSV~LLU, FLORIDA.
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me bw eftftw vsumt t A01111oefd steubof May. s Ig L eOt% rW. bDPW MVa. C~he
OMisre ban ~erbess 44 pssubwr olor iwoe"dvumy& e bwumbsaw do aiway o
mas& many remro abir owes toIn 1AlwIym dsum lodloas
sal Ue" san wlomwsme.-

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maUwsmso 1in N. woeweS
semIta JORDAN & COMPANY

porn "a" :o:ofI3IUR NOE
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IM r "is.of own hug M016" PON=LaUso
~'*~' ',' rsp~, Life and Acoldent Iembod. be.?
noe 1.ruy 1,5* f'd ** -- - ~ ...-. -
catwere isevelu.uea"**nt.w 1""a

sad eb6. 7T.

The &e hoft of5I*sWe" oam":a=J= a M~ o io0 ffg*
wow $ d" ot *" ob kw woo 16pitmw 4AUUi~k
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* e ROOTS AD 'A .U

A SAFE AND LIABLE BLtOD W
In the time of our foretather the forn its and fli were the .1- U
stories from which they could procure their medicines. They a t
and compounded the different roots, herbs and barkai into remn
which have been handed down to succeeding generations, and
used with satisfactory relts. Amlong the very beat of these et
arutions is S3. 8., a medicine made eunirely front roots, bedge
in such combination as to make it the greatest of all blood
absolute vegetable purity of 8. 8. 8. mak9 it the one media t
used without fear of harmful results s any way. Most blood
the umrket contain mercury, pofah, or ae other strong m ,hmral.
act with bad effect on the system, upsetting the stomosch, hwtester g
the digestion. affecting the bowels, and when used for a prolowgsd A
time often cause salivatio. No such *ffecte ever result fm the use of
S. &8 and it may be taksaby childresa sahly as by old 6 Mple. PW
Rheumtiatsm Ctarrh. So sd Ulce Malaria, Scrofulfa, hIMDIN MM
and all other troubles caused by Impre or poisoned blood, & 8. 8. ai a per-
feet remedy. It goes dows ito the irenlsation and removes all poilo..,
impurities, humor or unhealthy matter, ad makes the blood pm aad re&b.
It eliminates every particle of the taint of inherited blood trouble, prifies and
strengthena the weak. deteriorated blood, and establishee then oundatlom
for good health. S. S. S. hi Nature's Blood Purifiler, and itsi aany years of
successful service, with a ateadily increasing demand for it. is the best evi.
dence of its value in all blood troubles. Bliok on the. thlxil and any medical
advice free ofcharge. T3 SWIT SPECIFIC C3., ATLANTA. GA.




Dr. Waldo Offrs You the Highest

Grade of Dental Work
At prlie w Ithine tli n sch of everyont NtINn1 ut th ei Ih t 1n1iterltis at n' Ua A.1


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ti peor I ts N ) ai 0 f
Snte Yot o Y tlu e

m h of a .ew erqa *t M
o town. With ti hp
Sreglar and retiaWle mswmtM beI
dues all rethe m a mWISIial.w ,
ble about Settiag 9iss sad
fright to Mrlows ANl
Tno ti mer r a s olsIo
2: 0 I. m., rt on oM |St .H 9

teal pla e. mr J. WHuedtbu
having !s" a- on sobwof
boat soI*s1 'AMi A. W.
Oraig 4lne a JLI*1et, u rb4s

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sos ribbn 1U wIth
wa, over the ow., "wo Ma o Mab
M uaftla a arwr wit te ame
of the boat: '"utea e.
heern for the bt el the iMa"
eWsi $ives wh ft hartt p'a.V
pr lthe bsMt wistb e n MM
M*( for a MOMl o ad .p. ,le
business career of the ew pay.
The boat to a beauty, ae Is ery
oVeuly sad "ihtily M the voat. m*e
to about 50 feet lo. twelve est beam
and draws, furB loaded, 2% feet. The
motlve.power is a -borse- power. go
Ite enOise with our eyiuw.
The empa r a*oo ovn ts o."Len..
ia." now owa "s te "Ato"
Swill rum rter boat or both, as
the seds of tr portaUon may .r-
4wlre.


SNews Note.
Th Mesrose school olesod for the
tr oft March e th.
MeoroN Camp No. 174, W. of W..
sordially lavite their friends to 0am*s
to their turtle hu er, which will be
/ ervd at the town hair on April 3r4

,,A.. Pade tt of Oraadin. candidat
for Ik* LeIslator., aa W. r. Avamt
dof Iul4 Ornve, who Is ruaamn etr
Sorulty @eo toasgi@. ware as towS
epft lakiag after r laternts.
S'. ra Mseao or Malroeal hse
amNo" l htumItf as bel s to the
Sm $er eo aty triamrrw of rtoMaI
S ity. Te Doctoer ia most popular
m tb V ems isb his egtO et
l l W ltak w s baM 6 .e W
U*51 he Moat do prtWer. towiMg
A at be ehM amsh. amtebss ol.
S taW, ad his MarY fftes is th e
t .4*W omatU oly rerlt tmat they
a" mumas$le to hb his Wit thir
tFes. which tbs would be to
'4Af but they estead their best wishes
for a umeestmIN mpausko.
The friends of Mri O0. D. Kent will
S be orry to bear of her death on the
S I~ib Isml,. at Kensinton. Coma.


KILL THnI OGRM


That. the Only Way to Cure 0and.
e ru-and Partsan Sago le the
Ontly Killer.
"Paratta Sage. said a New York
S barber "wll kil ttthe detructive and
permsatlat sram of dandruff and
<> abolish tie dl e. There may be
o other retodle that will do the sme.,
but I ever heard of ome."
And Jusat read what one of the fort
iaoet ber of Sprinhafold. ass..,
eays ofParioaa Saoe.
S *Der Sira: I used your Ptrislan
S |Sag and found It better than any
other. ft Is the beat Hate Restorer
I ever used. mad I have uet4 the
k all I Ind It a treat Dandruff r*
S over also. Tu M aould get It Into
t~v anl the lIartb aihSe and get the bam'.
' ber to use It a it 1t great. I remahl.
Yours truly. (lo, A. Bills. 71S Mala
S street. tprliuge4d. Maom"
Parilama Rav seaake Into the sealp
and when It rwache the roots of the
bhar It no only kllts every daud4ruf
germ but It supplies hair with
aust the rtigt hmad of ourthment to
pt rm and strmsith Into It and
make It grew
Prtalsa Sage is the must deliU t.
hi ho rWeaag wi the wurt-: us It
o-'Veak 4 you will never give It

m 8 W is garatlved by W.
M. JA M tostop lta t hair to
c(ww imlfi to datrkm ray sa
faded ha tor; t re I tetea of the
scalp or ma MW. PrMoe t0 o me
a bottle at V. M. Jteas*' or by muall.
charge prop I, fra Otrum "
Co, Ituakat IS. V.
Co. l1uble, T.

T ThewtoaWes U n o e yar
saM The ram S sl ve pmers for
113. Thkser t isopm to old as
wml as new su Abseh


nedidas
valusbls
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A WIPAMAT MIDtMOMrr


Yeng Oip1e Fpiur', I Sensation"al
A4imstebio lepemtwt. .
t J o. ,.es TeO.,Ma. el --PitF
IJrisu t HaUAe.r Harrit of AUute.
of the NlaMI t, mry at ort laws
lioustos. ad Ntoo Lu Aien were1
the spa aMu mt in a rulMWa mll
nott livimi elopeest, w ob
eli tedW In thl r marriage at he*
residMda at eA. Aitar 0. Ja at A
1 i ftl sefay menorn.
Mei o we erw4rf t" mo thor
tde brMled,1fMy wer MareO of the,
mar4m a w m irnmai. UetemlAt
IffM s at Usa bride two wesm es m
sd4 th r Marife w daWdd aoos
Ut 11 o'took uadfty aight.
is o ame pay of moue rtd4o
er deve ls a i nOlag ral or to
tke reditas of the county ar k and
prwvelles 9ps hm to ase. etbn a
mantl e oem. otlowtme talb the
paiy swoke Itov. Mr. Joure, of the
irMt ProeiytetIan church.
The brM i' the daughter of L. B.
AMa, a woalt:ty P -.;tman of thWe

A ft"by
bShoMl be sundne I the home, ad
will be I you give it White's Cra
lerufugl the greatest wora medl
et e ever offered to suat tha*
amoty. This remedy is bosom.
lag the permaeat hxtar. of well
re,uatled boueholds. A mother.
with hkildrn., cat get along witbMt
a bos of Whairt Crea VYamftw
in the house. It is th.uret and buet
moudlela that mery cam buy. SoM
by W. N. Jobases.


Careegie Gives to Food.
ffuw York. Marsh 21.--A irvw ear.
*we be& cosuibuted $1.000 to the
bAd bWag ra WIs*dto~cota mona.
004"to a maory of Depeby thOklaKOu-
Ow MAd et or "m wbs hvebsm
Madited ueffiy Is the pititra I
theit *al. ITh.fad naym is
W.M56. and will be WOOsi adwe
be by three bose* wbmmaam ftA
we t osstooh gvnsNew YTaktsam
lMIMokYS aMusOMM Ot sce.

Wa.imgto"lnwat Mashmta 9.Joe
WtaiAn anged at Wahlngben
Psolasca'. an M8a6a. was hafted br
Umb to te aawdr CieOMsavowal-!
heamrt, IXlisbosh V. Im is.ksma!
bor, 1"C 7%0he ialtas a"Mose1
IftifwYwdi'SI n pelsumla bow aff n00
etaimsta~t his trbi lbad Not bee aam
Impsrtial040, but thw pa-it lre.
fNsow t o COWWW t0e semoa.

Pei" f No"Aa-1eptoe O
ameetwas advame4 Mmlafy by toaI
staolaffic re Sowt"6fta hebfwtf
-A f ang the, mm pes 4Whmtug
wee&, mew vONbe .a" to two a"
a wwo4 baboi~r "a mIt wasea vk


magen.. Mn-,a 26
doleS Kr-eta, of ihe savutboem I
%&atry.comm~itted asells o m day to
t'ho t*Wonast tvine He "S
a 10 &.wrWWI" S&usbo WyelAge t. Ia


Aij heatwo. ml '0

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TO S"me weo MAa"drON.
bssr~eilagAfndomee Will G0
to s l oueOsnvln"
~sU New YoT" y III,"d

fothe tretdo o ic wsaal on,
at Dow,*
It is ow soate t 09 7Thmq
"A whit 4w reprmsmtWby not low
92a" IA" 8MAM4
Alt JIM It irw Oatbot tht IM
8400a0Oery fir riload brke
b"ht w~ wolr
dim do thu mamy ddqptio tw a
aiabw dw below that pmerel~y fdoun
'at j~imM eoaymazoss but Tbom1
1P. Mok, oertwy of Thmrnay HaM.
no mfiafi te thm gv ill be-h


Is one of woman's worst afflictions.


It alwy e aves


you weaker, and is sure to shorten your life and make
your beauty fade. To stop pain take Wine of Car, and
It will help to reeve your misery, regulate your func-
tions, make you well, beautiful and strong. It Is a re-
liable remedy for dragging down pains, backache, head-
ache, nervousness, Irritability, sleeplessness; dizziness,
fainting spells, and similar troubles. A safe and efficient
medicine for all women's pains and sickness.
Mrs. J. L Broadhead of Clanton, Ala. writes;: "I have
used Cardul for my disease, which was one peculiar to
women, and it has completely cured me."

AT ALL DRUG STORM, IN $1.00 OWITLD


WINE

OF CARDUI


THE JOSEPH ZAPF GO.
Ja'cksonville, Florida
The Best Known and Largest Liquor House in the Stte.


-Than Price Do Not Include Ex- These Prices Include Exprss Charges.
press Charges. If you want us to pre- 4 qts it qta.


--f -"- "" w'i" "" "' pay add as follows: 1 gal 50c, 2 gal. Forrest Lawn Rye...... $31.75
Swdam. larger tI"a ,. 75ce 3 gal. 90c, 4 gal. $1. Beechland Rye ........ 2.75
Per Gallon. Glen 1ly ............3.20
S TURNED ON THE GA. Extra Star Rye .................$1.50 4002
B ietl.or Rye ................. 1.75 Jim Buckner Rye...... 4.00
Sa*f Over luabands ille"e aueesRd Redmn Rye ................. 2.00 Woodford County ...... 4.50
" Wife to Take Her Own Life. *astland Rye ................. 2.25 Rose Valley .......... 6.00
New York, Ma W John Maryland Monogram ............ 2.60 Echo Springs .......... 5.00
A. Otaoo n se a retri baker. lay Vo B pri s............... 3.50 I, W. Harper........... 6.00
lyto of pI.msawsI n his res l e I. W. Harper ................. 3.60 Live Oak .............. 65.00
ona 7Iototret, ear mw F h a& e eSolace ....................... 4.00 Lewis' '66 ............. 6.00
wit, worn out by er Silok Velvet ............... 5.00 Hunter ............... .00
ttadtie pon s hI "Sd okq by Malt Whikey .............. $2 to 4.00 Canadian Club ......... 6.00
b i -, A t Georgia Corn. ................. 5.
Mw vaelt tal fto 1amta t rTennesse Corn ................ 2.00 tane Springs (bottled in
mIM sot ivver.. o ml41Med iclde I North Carollna Corn ............ 50 bond.) ............... 5.00
M a pnlM t In ao idoBlatIag ro by Stame Mountain ................ 3.00 J. E. Pepper ............ 5.00
taking as the roe. Tm On ....................... 1.50 Duy' Malt............ 4.00
Mr. OtCuas condition o so orHed. HoanOi ............ $1.50 to 2.00 American Malt ........ 5.00
dtt he has owt be" larf ed ofbe No Mew agland Rum ....... $1.76 to 2.50 Laurel Valley Cp ..... 6.00
24L' 61 h. WfB ^ Comit, Peach. Apple. Apricot. Laurel Valley Cr...... 3.60
wmIe4 dent Blackberry and Banana Bran- Stone Mountain Corn... 4.00
Mr. owe was seenty years old, dies .................. $1.50 to 3.00 Gopher Gin Tonic ...... 4.00
Sadol e mool e hea been married near. Port. Sherry. Catawaba and Black- Devil's Island Gin...... 4.00
ly ha. a entry. berry Wines .............Sl to 2.00 uln Phosphate ......... 5.00


I ANHEUSER-BUCHm BEERS-Budwel
loet Machifee e Street Cam Lee than Cask per dozen............
New York. Museb 6-NIckle4ala-M. Export Blue Label, 10 dozen in Cask....
sot metOhods of eoleeUtg fare are Lees than Cask per dozen............
adledt aa a ponltblUMa or pirteaJ. Agents for Otachelbe r'e Tampa L
y17 t vbole abat1a aartpsoe treIt oerge CIgars. Tampa lemkers.
ea r tm is ndaitannts by Oemersa,


$ 8.00
8.00
9.00
10.00
10.50
12.00o


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....*


ler pints, 10 dozen, per Cask..012.00
. .. .. .....I ........no...d.... 1
..... .. .. ............. ..... . o0
...... 10...... .. 00
a Puma Unlv*r*l Cigar*. Henry
WRITE FOR PRICE ULJT.
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Manager OrfP Root, tof t MetujN GUARDIAN'S NOTICE. page 623. of Deed Book 70. Record. of
itai Setrt Ratway eompay. Mr. Notice i hereby given that after Alachua county, Florida.
Boot sald tat mAs kW4a*-Ae-iot a& publication bereof once a week for Also. Lot 1I and 2, Block 48, Village
btas a for recedv i fares wo.ld wh four successilve weeks, the undersign. of Wannee, according to plat of same
to a& oi* time be "tame th ed Guardian nlatends to make applica. made by George Tompsett. civil engi-
a T m on *.tion to Honorable iH. 0. Mason. Coun- ncr; lying and being In Stoetn 7
amw payasyo Ite 0 *lOf lO J-. ty Judge of Alacbu county. Florida. and 8, Township 9, south. Range 14,
see amd IAurA vmmue Usan. leta at his ofce at Gainesville. Florida. for east
ts atduooreM sMtiry free oWr toe an order, to conforamty with section Also. snuth half of northeast quar-
tportac t of atieta a o w11p. 216. General Statutes of Florida, to ter; south half of nortawestquarter:
Pg the ars wh. a t o sell the right, title and interest of northwest quarter of northeast qar
a as wsmg m ea We W il. imll N. Barry. m nor. it and to, ter; northwest quarter of southeast
.. Of ma ~I.. the followin- describedd lands, ituate.. Quarter. of Section 26. Towshp 7,
tsaft ofs ea M t .lyg and being tsIn the county of Alach. south Range 19. east.
a State oof e lorida. towit: Alto. eomncing at a poit 5
MtWng afr by C.Ga pLo ts 3 and 4. Block 40. Town of vri south of the northwest onerof
WtuIIn Ite MaMa IS.--talag o1 Newberry, as deribed In deed record. -Midway Mill Company's St, runl
s e 9 at m g. e a a ed as r ed on pme 21. Book 41. Records of thence we't 3 yards. these south
ees of rpres ta s io ea e IAlachasa county lorida. 35 yards, thence east 35 yards, thence
abam ofat rm t IIadsa ek ,ot 3. Block 30. Town of Newberry. oorth 35 yards to the point of begin
body. by a vo e 70 to 4, aeaSd. Northwest quarter of southwest |"n
by...y a aro.lf, of h. rts. Section 32. Township South, And also. commencing at a pobt 75
I 4 east. oYards north of the o ast rOwner
O*,comem 40 so to UI hIS .to .. o of Midway Still Company's let and
o ..... ..mouthwm I quarter of northwest running thence put 14ta thence
le l I- whOf esoQUarte. Secto 320. Township 9, south.1 ront 17 yars. tete wst 140 yards,
trawk Isar ed Te eupr O t Ram 14 et. outh 17 yards, thence wet 10 yards.
of the *1t r y h the All that rational part of the e north 1 ard to polt
law did not ab i" to e Da0 southeast quarter of the southeti And n. n the Town
teak baem i vu ws mare t0 me quarter of Sectioa 34. Townshf 1 9 i.lar, -a .ir 2p.In the Towe Of Tuh
idle from the be ry of hei ty R mouth. RaaR e 17. east. lying Msoth of' C rk l of the r p lt Courthe of tlhA
the .W. railroad. contain unty Circuit Cour Al
.30Wars by estimation.
--_-__._______ |0 a~r.." byS e'stiiatloua.r*" trh,. ar loi ad stel
The southwest quarter and the "', Tsa hlrvIn and tw 14eeasm
"othast quater. SectiUon 10. Towv. and l the same .ands Rae t14 O ;
bip 10. South. Rasge 1. eat ad bin t,., he Pame ld1. WI" m 4.
C ASO RThe west half of tot 1,A. in TI,-k ,l. 10.l4 Ilo p,. e91'ords o lra
l a is "IS. a o f Newberry. hich o.1id 14 unty, Flortda.
11 iW YAIM nw "subJect.bowt.,er MAR(;ARTTif BARRY.
Ito &ta dat*d Oetobe 3rd. 1IN). As Guardian of an for W N
bad e 4eonpgo No O of morta e arry Minor
amnasIte 'ggW.. t w I1104111134. 3ew45 of Alaehia eamwtv


w~mae of Cmi *~ErS- Jvbsa ezepilag ,f5tb fre

Crshsr S*wes fee Lito l ift at sISeryAddlmtoiSithe, 9Town of
Dlsmvi, masuk 3S.-PAihaft "OI"w"O IN. S p ef 'utos m a ma
her, the Ntousm 140@w O'lOMin7 LOWI aOW I thereof. Samto w I
of *W York. Me Inaftlted- SW leusui. 5wper deed an pq t.t.
jlb wm eot 0 esubWsesr t Sek 67., RecOrd.of Alachua iscnty.
tea ww4 O 618601ROMIS 9p10111W i
ad Isa thast pw aper adUa bbOnhsubr- 1. SIad S thereoml to Rich.
ante Jack"& as p we 417i.
a I w as at aum" A Dd Pee* ?$. Rscvwds of MAcan,hv
_COMeMITWSS.
A bury lwIvs@&to ebmk dre-. Left141ml It the~o. sW U.KX z
papeft wse teWl.a de spg
whabe% is Dumm.0 11gMl" a rime f1 ach r.'SOM948,a#Al
Nesa per b"a) eewest" t ie rn. Ot m n. Ph' L
m ~WantWNW~.as mpAW4d drv,&wm


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THE DAILY SUN: eAINM8 VIIJ FLORIDA, MARCH I, 1908


POLITIcAL

ANNOUNCEMENTS


Advertisements under this had. Mt
exceeding nine lines, will be publlsh-
ed one time a week in the daly.,
and one time a week In the seml
weekly, from now until the Democratic
primary on May 19th for $10. Cha
must accompany the announcement In
every Instance.
FOR GOVERNOR.
Albert W. Ollchrist of Puota Oorda,
Fla. is a candidate for Governor. and
solicits the votes of all those quatlted
to participate In the Democratie pri.
marines. One of the planks of his plat-
form upon which he ik making his race
declares for local option in prference
to State prohibition. If elected he will
urge the amendment of the license tax
law licensing each little enterprise.
with a view that taxation shall bear
more evenly.
FOR SHERIFF.
At the earnest solicitation of many
friends throughout the county, I an-
*ounce for the office of Sheriff of
Alachua county, subject to the action
of the primary election. If elected I
assure the people that I will serve
them faithfully and impartially.
P. G. RAMSEYT.


tf tature as In the pIt Repeet.
Tarweb fab, 1. E EL

POR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
District No. 3.
To the Democratic Voters of Die-
trict No. 3: 1 present my ame for
reeleetion a County Commissioner
from this district, and promise a fair
and Impartial administratiUo. I stand
squarely for good roads, and public
Improvements, and it you can agree
with me on thee Unme, give me your
vote. Respectfully, C. C. PEDRICL
DiOtrict No. 4.
I mepectfully announce myself a
candidate tor County Commatdoner
trom Dittrtit No 4 and sollUet the
v of all Demorats at we coming
p Repetfally. J. W. MAY.
Mlcaaopy, I., 1. PD. No. 1.
I repecttally announce myseIf a
maaddate for Coeunty Oommaisoner
from District No. 4. and sett the
vote ofa all Dmocrat&. UIf elected I
will perform the duties of the office
to the best of my ability.
Respectully.
A. U. HILLBARY.
Micasopy, 7M.., larch 13, 1108.


I respectfully announce my andl.-
dacy for r-election as County Com-
missioner from the 4th distrlet. corn-
prising the election districts of Lake
View. Mleanopy and Archer, subject
to the Democratic primary. If elect.
ed 1 shall edeavr to serve the peo-
pie faithfully and Impartially, Very
truly. P. P. PAULLINU.
Lake View, March 20.


I hereby announce myself as a dan-. Ditriet No. L.
didate for the office of Sheriff of I hereby announce myself a candi-
Alacbua county at the ensuing Demo- date for County OCamlissloner from
cratic primary, and solicit the sup' Distrlet No. 8, subject to the action
port of the voters. I promise, If elect- of the primary. If elected I will eo
ed, to discharge the duties of the devor to give the people a fair ind
office without fear, favor or partiality, impartial ervoto. Reectfly
to the best Of my knowledge. R.L M. MARTIN.
W. G. RICHARDSON. Hawthora, March th, 190.
Having served as Deputy Sheriff I respectully aouncer myself a
since the present incumbent went lato m edidate for reelectot as c Outy
the office, and being requested by omlmisloer from DistrIt No. 5,
friends throughout the county, I a-j promising the same faithful attention
nounce my candidacy for Sheriff of of the dutle of th Office In the to-
Alachua county, subject to atio f Of te a ai the past, ad soit the
the Democratic primary Ma& lkb. If voteO of my fellow.Demoomrata.L Re-
elected I promise a faithful perform spectfully. J. P. TOWNSEND.
ance of the duties of the okce. So-
liciting your support. I am. respect respectfully announce myself a
fully yours, E. A. OSTEEIN. candidatetfor Count Ce. mysel
1 Willeford. Fla.. Marchb 'O.T ndidate for County Comat oBer
l from District No. I. lectedtprw-
eI- to itve my faithful atteutlom to
In the primary election four yemI al the duties of the olce and serve
ago I made the statenient that If my the people to the best of my ability.
friends would give me the office at I socit the votes of my fejow-Demo.
that time. I would not again ask for snts. Respectfully,
It. My intentions were pure, and on W. AVANT.
no account would I ha'v come before Island Grove, March 3rd. 190t
yot. again asking your support, of .
my own accord, but many of the best FOR SCHOOL BA
men from varlou ct.tions of Alacua FOR MEMER HOO. OAD.
aonuty have jtiltilomied nie by writing I respectfully announce mysef a
and a gT.at ritay otherm iermnally tb candidate for reelectik as a member
stand for tLe nomiintion of Sheriff of the School Boartd from District No.
In the comiuinIg .rinary, and today 1 1. and If elated promie to verve
received an (inflial request from one my eonatietents with the Msan faith-
of the nio.t powerful moral organtia- fuuanms as I have endeavored to serve
tons In their (country. urging we to them toIn the past. Vote for me, fellow-
stand for the nomination, and. In o emorats, and you will have no cause
defereneci to their wlthes. I announce to regret It. Very truly.
that I will aer~rt the nomination for IR. WElS.
Shberiff of Alachua county on the plat. .. .. ...
form and arrrlDing to the rules of
the Democratic primary. held May ---
Ih, and If nominated aud elected I ZI CAL A AnO CE W 8
will perform the duties of the office P0Un0UVNC naW
with the same impartiality and Ju-
tice that I have done in the past. POR MARM4AL
L. W. PENNELL. take this method o fam mamtag
March 6th. 190o. my eadidway for relecti j as Ci
.....- .a.sh.l.. 1 ..e tti.u Amepe 4t.


FOR COUNTY JUDOU
To My friends amd ?lloCv.0Uss:
I am a candidate for cmall JIMd
and I ask you for yoaw voles. I
admnister this offie whomtbow
to &any...:so p~ea. 1~5. pky
youi polltase.s ad vote f~w
Tours tuly.
J. A. CAJLISLE
I respectfully annount*wiewmsl
asiliate for reelecUosas Osseot
oust. at the prsmwarym Kay
sd Kifelmacate w ldeI130

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Office over GaineevUlle Nat;,,nl Ink


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OSoe over Duttom & Co lank.
Phone 180, Osilev.ille. Fin


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B, ELLIS, JR,,


ATTOR2IEY.AT- L 4I,


OanmTvuas,


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BAKER, MATUIeON A HAXTER,

ATTORNEYB-AT-LAW,
..SOLICITORS IN CII AN'ERY.

GAINESVILLE, Aleahusa o., FLA.
Oitee in Haymass ihloc.
ERDINAND BAYER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.


GI OAnsvLLs.


0a sell your lt proper rty, (t.*
prdand uul d). phosphate,
sriw saod f lat d. em d kip
a Ust ofwhat you oer for tale. 3li4t

J A. OARLIBLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And 8olleltor In Equity

Se' Eltate, Oonverasein and Oe.a
*al Prlfee. All baoilW pmre ply
iantded to. Offie at dooL to Bl
se.. OGarasvtn.LU. Pa&MM.


FRANK XLARK.


TUOR. W. PIELDNIN


CLARK & FIELDING


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?beRlaint steanablpsials teCoeesiviw Service

Clyde N ew England and Southewu Lines
IPreiglit Servie.l- eaJ A OK UNV 11.1, F. BROST04 ud
PROVIDENCE, And All NEaostern ointa,
Oallimg at C hatleeown both ways.
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1Ietmi..n JACK6014VILLIS and BAmpuono
Sts69jplug a&IPsialke, A49or, DereeOW4 (DeJAaad),and ISInOeMeIateLeaings
Op 0%. Yokom River.


()OF JACKS)ONVILLE"


Is appointed so snil as fllowei leave JACSONVLI.s *4unmlasys, TueMday sad
Thursday., 3:0 p m. Rt-urtiag. i9e61 %t4rolp Mu0d6Se,
Wednespays and rdiay.. 10:00 a m
Leave 3:30 p, t.. ................Jarcksoville .............. De 6:00 a. m-
Leave 9:00 p. m. .................Palatta.................Leave 10:00p. a
Leave 3:00 a. m........ ........ As.tor..................Leave 4:;00ta.
Leave .....................Uerestford (DeLand) ........ Leave 1:00 p. .
Duo 9:00 a. m.................... 8anford.................Iave 10:0am.
Doe 10: 30a. I................Enterprise................Leave 10: alUm
PaSePe and TIlket Off e, 121 Wolt d ay Street, Jaaekvillft
H. H. RAYMOND. Vice-Proedent sad 0eaeral Manager. New York
H. IM MAYNARD. P. T. N. A. 0. IIAGIRTY, Q. A.,
Pier 3St. N. R, New York. Pier 8. N. R, New Tork,
L. 8CRORLI, 0. A., F. M. IROWMONGOR. A. 0. P. A,
Lesbatrgi PIM. Jakeceville a
L. D. JONM8S T. P. A., JOHN PENDRWM T. P. A,
JackmonvllUe. Fla. Pier S, N. R.. New York.
QC P. LOVELL, Agent. Jackmavlete .
General Q fsee, Pier M, North River, New York.


ACSIIOWUIEU

MRACON ISon3ful3 SAW55
Ho as abuloto

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PSl GiT A P latest style of men's straw hats.
'l i Kirehwasum blue serge suits-the
i T bst made J. Manasse.
_,__ aS e our new low-quarter men's
shows i n t an d black. J. Manasa.
Labor eontraets for sale at thin
*P A "- r ofitee; !0 per dosen. or $2 par hun.
*' "...". --- died.
- 1 S@OIAL ANDO O AL ITBMS Mr. Lynn of Brooker, Bradford coun.
-, ty. spent yesterday with friends in
tw Ma>e and What IS tw* et t .
v'" iTM e eod iM Il pap w BSherWt L W. rennel made a bust.
0 bue Ta W i Rum"s a nes trip to the Bentstoa section
yesterday.
aiw ft i The&OI


S wa At Itae of rea's pants to
y.. J. Mamags..
mt let J. Madham ell take
as*Igr IAr aster ultt
t*M YL OaMed um blbe for maie from
'iW to April 10th. MS N. Oak Ave.
Mr. a4d Mrs C. H. lbaam have re.
e, d tfro a pleasant visit to Jack.

e mre sad attend Oliver's action
*ht df horm and sate aturdayi
March86.
PIak' hil U Toat is guaraatMed to
S" mlsu. eer. f olds and larippe.
Ihso I eats.


I"- it5 A. Kobler of Jacksuaylll
Ia hec~t. h.guet f erlotnd


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1mtuvtsishe.2with
11016"t ~~ '(.Call
mi m I, of send for
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If you want a ood horse or male
cheap, remember Oliver's auction sale.
saturday, March o2.
A sprtal lie of summer trousers.
Cal and examine mame-we can mave
you mom. J. Blexa Dell
I A. Ptoett, a well-knotr ottl.
so of Newberry, was transact
business In this eity yesterday.
Robbu Schenk. assistant cambler of
the Balk of Waldo. was tranacting
bainem tI Oastneevlle yesrday.
Mrs. Perkita of FIvay. P, e.aad Mrs
RomdUtre of Iwatnaboro. Ga.. are to
the eity, guests of Mrs. 8. B. Rogers.
Woodai of lachbu. manager of
the bottling works at that place, was
among the visitors to this city yster'
day.
R. C. HaMlbUas, Comileism
Meihant-melata eastaloupe etoe.-
Mae"o. Ga. Conmalmentsa asoltetd.
Write me.
0. W. Bum ett. the popular preserip
tion erk at th ore sOe of J. Bo&l.
ford 4 Co. spet yesterday in the
eoaatry with fried,
A M. MlU of Alaeha was amoug
the v itors to Oaanevile Tueday,
and whie i the city eaed to reoew
his bu r as lm to 'T ml .
J. T. Maal. ameuhant. paoss
mtater ad alrooud huatr of the
thrivita village of Wade. was trae-s
aeMg healdo t this ecty yesterday.
P. K. Wtlt of Jacksonvllle, maw-
ager of the Jacksoavlle branch of
the Ldden & ali sSouthars Munic
Housi. spmt yetefay a this city
with ht i frh d. Rev. . Roers.
SMarrs Node, formerly of this city
but now of JackMevtU. peased
through Ualueville yesterdr en
route to points In South Fnorkla to
the Itterset of the tewmeat Rank.
Katast of Pythtaes of whkih he to
th0 Owae maUaa .
T. W. a aad family. of Cass. PaI.
who have buen apedtg the water
Waarr aiseeve loft yesterday fr
Their NWertham ee They are very
m*e delttshed with La e ahatm. ase
wth th peea sae d may e 4d to
lvao here p.Oma.ary.
Resmaurat he kS-Cempte ue


aatae ~~b Wha g eedt. e ad
5nUrt sa f suri s Urand e II
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upon the people of Olmaell who
hope to harve law^4t at some future
tUme.
no not fort thathl*et exerrtee
at the ltTlverslty 0e $Vtdy aftermsM.
A prograM of the wWil apPar
io Friay a ~ort paw er The
prMso t o -e auw m te ve TWN aw
amw em e*hatSt b Mr. MtumI
wbdow. sad are an hao dae. The
AthUiles O aft *0I the Uaurity
are ry depaly 1dd I the Mw
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Feb. 14th our deposits were.
Dec. 3rd our deposits were..


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Oqtlgelle Lndge No.
Wm, B P. O. B.-Meeta
lo tollget 7t 20 o'clock
ta o.ke'lome. At thi.
metsial the annual'
eaetlqn tf lle'ro will
446, TVielsht(ig brothers eordialy
w*leomerd, H. Ohmau, B R.; Da.
J. Ml DtA JI eeuesary.

sWR liia of shhrts--ai and see

A OW of EMer'e"sts for $15.
t ye s l thbemf Oomo early and

1. Diemem--I
X J. FteIM a Doll.
*am"& ia -0roj, Willie' daily
e* te=sImes ams swre tkqoaa,
'*a a a laa men i-Dr. Tho~nas'
0o -the $re boho ho

Ro. JI'.W Duna. who has been bere
far the past two or three days as a
sunt at r d~ lftt 'yearday for
Treaito where he wW.r.a.la for the
aest few dsFL.
Awetsa Sale Herees and Mulee-
I win iu rday, March n. to the
h 1e 0 Idw.0h. 50 head at horse and
M. Ale begins 10 a. mi. A. B.
OliveWr, Gateasvllle.
F riend of County Treasurer R. B.
Peeler ll regret to lerms that he has
been oomsled to his bed with fever
fogr the put four days, but trust that
%te will op be back at his post of
duty.
A. Hunascker of Rocky Point, who
has bq here for several days ill at
the Odd ellows' Sanitarium, has suM.
elevtly reoered to be dtascharged
from the earm of the hospital, and left
for his bme yesterday.
Hom. W. H. Andereon of Broneon
was to the aft yesterday. Mr. Ander.
smo mays poitles are beginning tq warm
up now, sad the old pot will be bolling
over, from tpraent Indleations, within
the next two or three weeks.
'Mr. and Mrs. M. H. DelAnd and
sou were la the city yesterday visiting
Mrs. C. 0i. DeLand. mother of Mr.
M. H. DeLand. It it earetted that
they had to make their visit so shabort,
for they both have many friends tn
Galneevlleo.
Proft ad Mrs. W. H. Greenwood
and their charming daughter, Miss
Blanche, whp have been here for the
past few day,bhave returned to their
home In Mavanmah. Prof. Greenwood
lastalled the mptseopal church pipe
orpga here, and has bee here to tune
the Instrument.
Mrs. BliUngaly -of Mississippi has
arrived la the city. and for the next
few days will be the gueest of Mrs.
8. R.egers. Mrs. Blllonply Is here
tI the Interest of an otertainment
Wlhb will be given for the benefit of
the Baptist B. Y. P. U. at the opera
house oa the evening of April 2nd.
We Oave fourteen style of teas.
all of which are garmated of the best
quality for the me-y. As excellent
tea for leinc. only W3 cent,. Pleat
beaded to suit o met llaatlous*.
0 ents a pound. Come to ma us for
tea, for we have had thirty years'
asperiense a m ianag. asadera &A

The 0. W. Hyde Oomrpany has Jtst
lstaUlod a murbal of new aolt eabi-
seou for "dlaplaylm Ilose' ready-to
wear garments. These mew eabiets
are dust-proof sad ard evewy fuell-
ty for displaying armneta to advant,
ae. The Hyde mpamy is uptoeato
ti every partiular. ad the imale a
extended a cord ivltatimo to visit
the telabiabmenat at h please.
Or. and Mrs. Or- Almier. whe
have been e as ma th.

Dr. Aeaesader. who is eme of the
abteet Metlmdet viles I the ouath.
eaduected the reeat Caautaqua. de-
breiug the Bibte 1saas eah meras
in,. He made S pgeat hmpresaetsm


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5 CU ntsP r Line"---
M6b isertioa, but no advertims Ceavtestly .udetd Tt Private
mat takes tor lems tha 0 oente. Sfx
words make a linMe; so fractional line,
verr wrd over seah six countlang a
an aiddtiooal line. CASH la advance
must asecopasy all tder. for Inser- ALL KINDS SmvR D In ALL STYLES
tioM ID this column
Choice Steaks and Chops, Drip Coffee
LOST. Devilled Crabs.
We employ oe of the best " LOST--Lvepcolored pointer dog, col- the buslneM-so boy or taexertmeoe oook
tar and brass wire around neck. An- ,The best equipped and oldet taursnt in
wers to name of "Fred." Return to the city. If you want real oo eida by a SAi,
Stn office and get reward. COOKa WHO KNOW No N U,13rl. iveO us
... _..aall o -anything the msrtket afford you am lege
here
FOR RENT. We do not promse soMethgbl for nothing,
bt someshlrng for yo r mosey.
HOUSB FOR RENT-Apply to J. W. REGULAR I(EALS. Speelal rates by the
Vidal at drug store. week. Place for ladlea. senemea ad ohi-
_____ dren.
STORIE FOR RENT. ntnm hl-ce block


Apply to J. W. McCollum.
FOR RENT-April frst, half of house,
unfurnished. X, care Sun.
POR RENT-Nice large furnished
rooms. 406, West .Orange street.

FOR SALL
FOR SALE-Flve-gallon safety gaso-
line ean. Apply at Sun office.
FOR SALE-Black record carbon type-
writer ribbons for legal work at
The Sun office.
FOR 8AIAk-Burts' Gainesville Direc-
tory is Just from the press, and tells
you everything you want to know.
Handsomely bond and Illustrated.
The price Is $2. See Burts, tele-
phone Bell t34. or address Box 236.
and he will bring you one.

PHOTOGRAPHY.

Pbotograpby today 4a an economic
er.d sotal necemalty In every common
Ity. It' malntals the memory and
aleotiUoM of fMlly life through the
picture It makes, and which we could
not Mow do without. How often Is re-
gret expruled tlat ma pieture exista
of some frtd or relatrVe who Is t o
ew with m! Sometime, indeed.
the emora has to ultrude upon the
Mferedaem o the doth chamber itself
w relative feel that a photograph
is mPub e r-m -taaoee I better tha
MM at aIL Do amt aumratate.
eo wine and "we theM hadow wee
te elmbmeo timo
To e ma a Ia eae tr I on etb
10 0ih 64m at 0 .Mm 5w.

M. W. Willis of JeaMtstown. Pa. who
has ben here for the past two or
thbm days o aseont of the illness
of his wife at the Odd FPellows' sant
tarhtm, haa returned to hies boe Tb.
mnditoae of the patlet is much Im-
pre 'e


SAWYER & PAYNE



FLORISTS


CHOICE CUT FLSW
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Dtwigns for Funerals and Decorative
l'urpowem a Specialty.

27 W. Ray-(Till's)---Pheme 82
JackueaviU, V1.

lPrompt Attention.

TelegMcrapih m l ,m
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PLEASE CALL

At our Bank and wmcure one of our
Pocket Savings Banks-open as ac-
count, and begin saving a portion of
your earnings. We pay Forew Per
Oent Interest, compounded quoatrliy.


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VOL. XXVII. NO.


LD EXTERMINATE JAPS

Piked Assassination~ of Duarnta
at 'Frisoo, Sald To Be Re-
Of a Conspiracy Inspoired by a
Manifesto of -'Amiy.-,
J~ad~w~o, co., Ha"~2.
091 says tha-L the CAM14k to
=to Durbha'ma W. Stevmon, the
ad"Ser of tho Kor~neaunown
IOWOAt, K stnrw allw d, wagthe
a ca refully Wihad cim~ira.
red Immediately by a mnui~ftrs'
fte Koreman "rightous a~rmy,'
Opm &KlkI)ialKormns n e W u
tbomsetv'o. to a. hl4y Wilr San
*11 Jvacnosc.


Seoaniatiuu is h~good 5furwra:


Published Twioe Wik

69 (AINESVILLE, FI&oIDP,


119 the t4vo reYWutiknw 1 w! b
and thes e weworkft v'uia S a
Ilove *to bave sod 1aftanit t
!VWMO ie Murage of tb~r I-
to the saint ot tunamlg Wsa 440
amA &k*Ing bar cut at so*hM
whb* *A.p~tr1ots bqimy b WW
robbed *M ptlhw4 eby Oe brown O
quereat.

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bere are &M Issuing entma ft
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D. W. Stevene.. 'dSqIAMUIt4Was
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Dr'Awlg &D4 ta(Ithrouoh bWe. aor7M:
AI emafot ex~press my borror.-
MANqUia Ito is in te(4h~e bet.
lisron lahil pi ad to tte A~me

Mr Sevons %%itq e km:mm of
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the hands of Kiirmarvqw%-atnh.e

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S~fe In Korp.t andj In Japs.11amd *M


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SANTA FE NEWS.


Cowardly Atterpt to Murder a Colored


STiYung, gUfral of Koren Woman-Crop News.
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LEAGUE Amr ErVr.iW
ATEO TICKET BEYT 0 1l
-ed WAS THREATENED

g Held, at Which


Officers Were Namid.


w DOW' H. DAVIS FOR MAYOR

W. $hands, H. S. Graves, C. Y.
SCwford and 8. J. Burnett Named
, by the League for Aldermen-Inter.
stin **t of R.solutions.
9WU Wednesday's Daily Sun:
The political pot, which has been
at a simmering point for some time,
W Oet to boiling Monday night, when
.*meettag of the Municipal League was
for the purpose of nominating
& .re for the ensuing term, to be
ed to the City Council. and to
voted for in the April election.
The meeting was called to order
the president. Hon. E. C. F. San
after which the routine of busi.,
Sor which the s.'ssion wai hold
taken up.
,VeU committee on nominiatiiins aind
Ws made the following report:
ereas, It has hbii su. U*=tfui
lls come to thi kintwv',( o(i f your
ttee from parti',s ati'hori.l,,' t.i
fk tor the citiu/.ii \ ,) air n i
of this leawls l. that thi. v
name Ilorati, I i- .a .L (iCalidi.
.for mayor, ai l ti l l that a
had beoin ilr i t-. I uUittitL
La. nomination for .ii1n,,r :ntl
ereas, W *' Iw 'liir\ iIt 1,1-
Swould b1 'tht.l'f t(ln] t, tt.
generally. n li i.t l,-n i
Xg a lly iiIl ,,'r,:'tiii. ,.:j
harmih ony ath l 1 1 ir!., ,,
therefore hb, it
ved: That t ..
d that ihe f, ,i 1d . I ,
for mayor."
S. T it, 111.,
I hlI aRve, oln11.0t1 lIf ,S
for aiderni ., 4 .. i 1 .I I I.
will be .ati '
generally, thr, f : r
t he behi' n l, i .t
)D alderlua ,ii ll,! ,
the l eh ti. l I,,.
for/ aid rI'n, l '
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and zealonti\ I ti.h.
to t~he Inex\t IW'l4I,
o ndeavored tol ll~i%- I!- -I,

tarti of the tikt I.marid III$
~*other part: thu ;t at w th.r\
Iftt thi8 arraiige :uillt !.Il


IDes5 presented airfe tli
r very best c'it/". \
jy could fill th i . :
r which they ha' "
) credit to thrin i'.. '
p to the ceitl/.i-
fpectfully ,uhmnitt 4
S"J. PAGE I'AltNE:I;
Com. on Nmiinlt 't
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By Teriblo Eczema-Head Became
a Mass of Itching Rash and Sores
Would Scratch Till Blood Came
-Much Money Wasted in Fruitlso
Treatments-Disease Was Soon

CURED AT SLIGHT COST
BY CUTICURA REMEDIES
"Our littlO rl was two months d4
whon she got a rah oa ber face ad
within five days her face and wu "
all one sore. We used different reme
di(N hut it got wir e insted of better
anil we thought she would turn bUid
ain. that ier eara would fall of. She
Buff-,rnt t'mbly. and would erraith
u' l the blood came. At night we
lai ti pin her hands down. This
w.,! .ii until she wa five months old.
tl 'i t hadl hr under our family doo-
S.i t'ar-, but she continued to row
W .'. i,' said it was emmwn. Whme
, w:'. s.eve'n months old I .tartfd to
ii iura S4ap, ('utteura Ointment,
l ura lti)wvent, and in three
', .- whtut a changr l 1 kept using
S ,ri> l(,'rntiqm for two nointhl
1. 1 ..,i.v wa.i a t lifflilt girl. You
S I ..*".* a ieti ,f a *ore and ihe
a 1- I:r i.* a i.'w- Iirn l4thy. and all
f '.a *. t. *t iad llarandowVittnty-
S . w',.'r, w, haW d e i tit 1 tena
S '' :i *,r v f.r (l,'to)rinl. S4he
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SLEEP KILLED
By an Itching humor. Another
Cure by Cuticura Remedies.
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SEVERAL PETITION PRESENTED

Requeeting that Candidaei ver Various
Offices be Plaoed on Ticket Were
Received and Acted Upen-0Mnte.
pal Leoue and AMt.-Le. ue
mrm Wedaeaiey'sa Dowt:
The City ComuO net ueeesT *eve.
ain tr the ppw seet o 111 esl a
certifying man esW l ft eW I et
o>fees. larW crowd b preeasm
There seed toW bb tle atoeet
manifested to 1 uald l onti. matU
Monday. when thq M4aUHpa6 Lag4w
nominated its ticket It Was os TWe
day that Several PeitWafr aMe
man were clrcuated sm algued, It
aeordance with the iube prOv d1ai
that twenty-fve ofr 10i1 1im0e 6hoseM
be afxed to a peUtth Wrl any per01
to enter the race far W oflee w*ho
bad not beeu *nattd by 'ay Oon.
vYonitioln.
A deep lnatret wa S11a4ifeate4 t
tho petitions. The l-iie agreed
with the noi.eage 4 ft the mayor
alty., but their dileresM memed tI*
Nary as to the aldserta. There a
no frictlo t on any otber of the samoa
certified. all Memtng to bet iMtsl4
with the remaleder of the ticket.
The followlag name Were o tilled
in reislar order. ad wWl be pla-ed
en the ticket:
For Mlaayorw- ai 0 t. '
1or Clerk ad Trm Na m. Mae

For A se --4. T. Dehiase., i. IL
Coloni. J. Pieieer R, W. I. No.
Dluwall.
Por Tax Oolleetor-T. II. i1le.
For arebal,-I. T. Arnow. C. .4
Kite,. Ch. PltkaoM.
for AidedtlsM--. Srnett, 1H. 1.
Oravee, Y. wfort, It. ll. P
ton. GOo. K. room. J, A. oed1.
the farmer three betng 3lsae emadi
dates, as was aso .. W MMh" I
For AMedas. ii om of L
R. Webster-T. W. MAA*.
or Membw Bwasd of Pblic Werts
-W. W. ahapte.m
The etoete wall e belt em Amprl
14th.


pite~se to OWe SUOf.
We aewle P" W saw="he
Foley's How ".e4TatO spak
cowI~ s"d hlg W W 6 e i so asuM
by the M40U0i 1 t ftW 04 S
law tSO M~M Is @do St
harmtw dS. i weWO 14mmsift
as a mb 01131 #W 4lSaemOW
adults. J. W. MOSP~UM 4 ft

C a rd of thak.
To the SW Mrbgftl ftwheeMU
k, 11itsthloes OW klaiamiinSW0 sto. o
,,,Y ItereavommIa, have b6Mi Mee
Kenecmaly &ad giewmw Wm 1:
utaih to eXpi OF Mu hbP* APPr.
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T. 4. Awlmr4. the brainy eht f enlrMs

"he 1,00 city la os r l
Isaac mwspapro" of a the t ain busr
106in to the subJeft. wfth @SoS4
Of ot. Amot.IearG Is omisting11as
popwhitt *Very day in this ss o Pmqw
OW ."A eRun heartily --dosohm bW
0 soi butttr man in the S.Boo Gomm.sspe iwsI
be 49441d for thv positive. a
OeN bein ulstle lite far "Of. th"n
oof Plan 14-fittv, hUs ponUmiarWK bob ot
for ta* P0010461of Cimptrollsr. be nilm
caw*she ho Wo qnter the paltt" 7-
thoroos*astop 509d i te wthhibbll .do"W ~

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,i ',otif Leglslature.

WE all agree that our best men
Igld o b eant to the Lagislature, but
Oa t | S d fact that we do not always
y m t H. Had we no* had a few
iy-a good men In the last Lgis-
SRI itt f anything wofild
S | be, aoomplished. We have in
u a Hon. Byd L. rter,
l A he mouty, who arose to the
atehO5 so a"d proved lmself worthy
Srtuameao of RepresentatIve not
el s own county. but the entire
ft Veitnag one et the leading law.
are te l te, IMt. Carter wa
II /f idbly present his argu-
L BB Which, backed by perit, car-
iWed iousvotlon, and with an untiring
4 K st eiM y placed him as one of the
l lenB g members of the last Legiala-
| teA It it a pity t~ the Legilatore
so ld not be slled, with suph able
pgen as Syd L. Carter. That he ex-
pects to nsake the race again is indeed
good news, and whdle we have nothing
"Mom -to do with it, the people of Alacbha
p equty should re-elect him to the
by I-egislature unanimously.-Manatee
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iwe looks"Wrthe poemait

A" eloew
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He ,e o~nhise oeed to power



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his Udor &
=*aOR fw "Mpied: "I r.
00 t m I pleap ; you are atn.

LrB tohee rs be hara" g
ikb-ig to exhaust Gore's 'atelOoe.
Th .AWtt patIeatly, b we hio. tme,
i, h aar oarw are. eater
tad the hewilag apprediative sa.
dto tamps fte re o The "Con-
IrWtibat fte" he quoted froa
ny ..Btatn that .fl d hi. an-
- ~ta l yapg but rIpped aim
SVt? ofimar 4Mw Goe's op.
amts realtme that be Ie BOt a warn
* be tampered wtth or igmMoted. His
areer in the Senate will be worth
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Judge 'Horatio Davis will be the
next mayor of Gainesville, and will
be elected without oppositloq. It will
be a ftting tribute to one of the best
men who has ever honored Gaines-
ville with his citizenship, and an
honor of which any man would justly
feel proud. Judge Davis is possessed
of one of the brightest legal minds of
any member of the Florida bar, and
is universally esteemed by all who
knao#*ld. This Is not the first political
honor that out people have sought
to bestow upon him, but being of a
rtfrin nature he has, heretofore,
stly refused to accept political office
insee his residence In Gainesville.
The editor of Thbe fRn nat had the
bmeor of the acquaintance and friend-
ihip bt Judge Davis for many years,
and never have we heard an Individ-
ual speak disparagingly of him-either
as a man or lawyer. He will make
OtOeeville an able and impartial
obWd magistrate, and in honoring him
the people will honor themselves.

It makes a fellow feel good these
amnlutq when he is awakened by
the tat roar of whistles from the
vaptos fetories, calling the men to
work, and reminding them that we
msot be up and doing to assist in
making Galnesville "better than what
it is;" aid it makes the fellow who
has got the energy to get out of bed
at the somnd of those 6-o'clock whistles
feel better to see the men pas.uing.
happy and whistling, with their well-
flUed dinaer-palls, going to their re.
apoctive piases of employment. We've
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Were In8pected TsuIwW
Large Crowd W"s

A FINE RXHIBITIOK

The Men Turn Out Ina
tion in Heavy hIi
Were Admired th14
Officer-Dance at
The inspection of
ond Infantry, Third
Troops, Captain J. W.
manding, with Ltate
and Wheeler present, WlV"
sew armory Tueeday
eordanoe with the in
Jutant-General J. ClUf d
and proved the l
ful military function evA
the Guards were or
men, rank and file, report
meeting.
The Inspection was made
supervision of Captain
Miller, Coast Artlloery, U=I


1j*o of mv w mw pfrwe to wagr to a Army, assisted by Captaan "
Soubamhaut tot not brother city inW of*
n s ulr pid < oo o Gai Snesvile who
Lf eaa mbouat ouf 0My busy places of tan. general.
tt tlsr-e we sar pond. M A. H. Blandng,
UAW. pillsthe Thrd Battalion, was "ew
M *m Abq HMM& his was also Col. 1. IL Webe

S e aor WLw br a arW U. This wi ersity. woIs a
i in s Ite tp S4 Amrl of the State Troop -
a ealt h se otha longer. There was a tar V4
Of I U a fea vatlW than s., h o*o,,. o bett ,-.r
I to oem 0 he simply "is the way,"' department being wen
0 either il the home or ofie*, why not order. and ,thame .
a Ute B r change it through a clas t.- thon spcto t
SuPromptly at 8 o'I ok the
was called to atteuno w
metime a removal of home or spectin begas. The
bNmmsm would solve many hard heavy marching order wJ
, poables. TInak It over, watching khaki U unorm, with an
ma woT w-at 7o mea pre an
the as. the whleey atoo

Isw blai u la aese while then tpeettoo w
w r W me WlWL almost aytl thaUt ad It evie dt that t
W" wi rle wv lt h adeIpl ougtt to be oAou were well
t -ed, eoMaply and Its general
I ~At the oonhcisto.t of a
-W u" wama" OsWr ltooe of the *t eoeaur wasv O aia u
he b1oadtn_ slimo eStreets. where *a e xhlb


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as -iet bmt ..e ompmm U Meet a

N pN a fair number of ladlOes. al
a M5 P|M*a itfia at I atead4 an of
. N8eg gmm rMasm a gdpwit e wi q *ua
bdiee0ad*s ear so"eemelw delicious
C ait-. C. served by a camnig
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W5Y SPeeches have been d ,, I eStar j


In the Senate during the past
O by Senator Tillihnan and the
by Senator La Follette. The
o1 'the South Carolinlan was,
WMal. picturesque, being a whole.
0inclaUon of the Preuldeqt, of
bt mald, "He Is now planning a
with rich malefactors and Ia
to grant amnesty to all past
l; wr', LThe price of negro dele-
SM '- l In tl e South rises each day
BS!ahInmproper use of Federal pa-
0M. The most flagrant of all the


Sutldve neglects to enforce the law, it
rmming core, a cancer on the' body r
h1c, hated of all good citizens al,'
ced even by the Preslidenit hii.
Swho anathematized it In litt, r
but who takes no step- th,
the remedy, Is the failure to en
the plain letter of thel !Iw N .,
to the control of the niltitj a .
The lavish use of lau nk r
and credit for year.- Ii.. h:.
by enabling Napohleon ,n ti;iii,,, '
the medium of the' Ne.w Yeri;
Exchange to market ,lln' o!
of almost worthless stock- t ;ei
these in the l.ail t of li',!l,.,e ,
s who i a\t t\i!,,oTi I hari ,
money for thiini \ n ii :,
been diverted fr(iO thi clhannl-. .
ate business." Mr. Tillmnia ,
rented with the n t.'M (Il I'(i,\' .,
and at tinims his rez'iark:ai,
gets and Unhiue.,h oI i1i li.tiit, .
until finally the' \ i. r,.lr' i.
jM obliged to threatea to c- ,ar .


,es unless it co>a-'.l


)r LaFollette denhi''io!:i
ared terms and tour,- the


bill, which he' d(clar.i \\I h.,-
ted iin the' iite r'..t (if th,
ly9, the Standard' l (Oil C',i.
f, Plerpont Morg ni. H.i (i ;r--. I
I0 r~eceut lpa~ aand the elitr.,
W ls stringet i. had l, ii 1.,
L by Morg?. Iock'efller. t i
S ole pl.rpose' of add.it.ii t i. t r
profit. M r i:'. ii.t', .
Soertain atn oliit of ilia.I i
,Ay what heli : n 1t 1 .i
ary nianner in \Li h ie -, -
alternately shout, ai '\ti-
hes, throws ul, hi- u,~ 1-
40able and pomlelrnI h 'hbis foot. At trla'- h' I
4 perfs''t sert'iln ;' i ,l i
eould not see' him iL til' I


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A ldrir, 11,,N ,I'tv II, I I I h
tte ~ ''t~l~it 's '.1eer% RepuIIlelical
vote, La i. olvtt'l8' and about
eight 14,nor)( tr o i i eett.-. 'lht, Se'na1tv'
cOnflitl!- It F':P. o hasi stric'kenI
Out tht' rai.ui.. ~oA 1,i rmlsiou nof the'
bill, t~c1d ki-i., iti fact letfort'
Mr. iUi vo'!. ti it 'ik lit4chand!
this. 1-1:- -i %ki ll serve to elk
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NOST TI YON CIPUSS pAID
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is to Parn to the relative standing and Pelallity of the leading manuehtr
era of 'einal agents, as thi most eminet physicians are the most careful to
the unit quality and perfect purity of re s Imcribed by them, and It s
known to physcians ahd the Well.Informed Besrally that the CallMoreia 7i
Co., by reason of its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ete-al r
its product has attained to the high standing i i cenmtlsf and commNeral d-eft -ls
Is accorded to successful and reHable houses oaEl and therefore, that them se of at
Company ha becM aguarantee of the excelleai pf Its remedy.
TRUTH aNDM QA.rrTY


appeal to the WeU-Inlomind in every walk of life d aware essental to mae aw
cess and ditable standing, therefore w wsth t call the attention of all SWoold
enjoy good health, wIkUtS u to 41 fat that It involves th"e iestion right
living with aI4he a aft i. Wth proper knowledge of what ibet oe our
of recreati, o joymest, ol easo mplmtmon and of oart may be made to o ut
to that Pn and use muedila diathaed with generally to great advanta. but
as in nia instance a sa mple, woleome remedy asy be ;atab -l mi ta the
proper tiue, the Cai orIa i Syrup Co. feels that it la alike important to .hent
truthfully the subject and to supply the moe perfect laxative remedy which be w
the appova of physici annd the woetd-wide acceptance of the Well -nfon ed because
of the excellence of toh combination, Ioaw to all, and the original method of AAuuho.
ture, which Is know* to the California FIS Syrup Co. only. 0
f Thia valuable remedy has been loan and favorably known under the name of-
Syrup of Figs-and has attained to worldwide acceptance as the most excellent of
family laxatives, and as its pure laxative prdcmples, obtained hamn S.nna, are well
known to physician and the Well-Informed of the world to be the best ofl natural
laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name of-Srup ri Fits and BRli,. O6
Senas-a- more fully descriptive of the w medy, but" doubtkws it will always be
called for by the shorter aame of Syrup of PFie--ad to get Its benecial effects* p
note, whas purchasing, the full name of the Company--California Fig Syrup Ca.-
plainly prated on the front of every package, whether you simply call for-Syrp of
Figs-or by the full name-Syrup of i and Ulluir of Senas-as-Syrup of Fl -M d
ElxMIe o Saena-Is the one laxative remedy mampactured by the California Pig
Co. and the same heretofore known by the same-Syrup of Figs-which ha
atislfactio to millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists throhout
the United 'States In original packages of one siM only, the regular price. of wh
la ffty eats par bottle.
avery bottle is sold under the general urtee of the Company, Aled with the
Secretary o ltfI, at Washbiton, D. C.r hat the remedy Is not adulterated or
Mlbran Ad a the meaning of the Food and Drugp Act,. June oth, tgo6.

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NEWS OF CMTV AND
COUNTM ODUE

Rotecrt 10111"k. assistant CRAsIerof
tho flank of WAl wo, wtrhMeDaGI
beuuiness In Qalseevllle yesterday.
Mrs. Perkins of rim Isay, "a.md Kra
Raiwtdtree of 111walaborO Os.. aft tn
the city. swats of Amrs.S. '". 41140M.
R. Woodard ofMachum. "nagsrat
the boWbng works at "hatpkn.e. was
among th..vlstoe'e to this flt Y lest
day.
Rt. C. Hal~buts, maMe
%I@'reciant--Me@os.MK &_pstiad-
V veon. (s. l~m s 8ele~O."
Write' me.
(1 W. lirnitoett. the popehe PWiesit
t iuue clerk at the s"uedofJ. B. 3mdI.
("rd a Co.. spout yvesfter Is the
country withbteeds".
Warsmety Mmd Uert" 6491%dot, s
toi moares""am lowke s 9 1
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dosen, or is per"rs
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and while to the d Ofty 10dRO rMe
his subscripto 10 N
J T. MaAmS116 m11111e110t, POW
Maefe? and a&MMaud heOf dthe
thrising vdbgo of Wade, ONeWmN&
actinA bealshwIn "thVsPulty is1111f.
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meleebp set 40r 0 41&.W11a

ofvors. fCuyv53
Peeler Will Ivreg10WO i lgonlbhe 111
ti.'.t mollissi to b b bd wit ft
fir the last fmrie days. b"~


-, fly 1 69wod to be 1111h PIWO i
he .Jt #4TeN ~ a i
W wolts M( k e*fS'M*7 hft. W"S
tAA too bet. for The POO too 4W

It* e* wrie Oif ol doeatibl ad

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.." is The *my I1wo" $


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uma's MLe sfMI&A o fmrM. be aawa enlse tee mmmvOMNI&
W. U. Delamd. it is hp @am otat dOser tram dkotida %N 3oSd tam
they had to make their vwt 0 seft, hig fomm lasnosmmeest wiA appea
ke they ber hav* amy wfr'eaheIIs a tow syv
oahmVII& Imin rude oWm vageSt PIusbqws
T. W. Om m. mm ahufy. a o* OS ft1.. ft, hMg aaeulg&Ig is the lt, &aNW


wh )ha'- es s a the winter wrW w tm1 1 1
mw aisvhll loftol yesterday ter viewa *l*at a#At 1* Mu
tirCi Norten bhoe Thor we vat MS Y1 sy.a UMWeho be
mas* dl Irgtd with tIs eOMt Walo Wa emerasvel e past wI s
'with the pesple and mato whik sweats e#Wefat t
Inmatehr e psmatg foldi ace arriv herer smllr See~r wasp~l
pro. Am rUm W. ,Atsmiewod m Memosh'usMre W is welme h
04 ther hAumMlU eSerM, Mis dsNie N thlate O 'As.
obwb% be Im" be= bon ho dw D rt ~u r IkI
"Aeehe. don have bUS hMS @ the Doegot tvg t he sehlstiseaeemf
boasM few as. hae enett"WI0at t&e VrUnvLty d as aft ySs
w UI inh PI Ga A to te "w -do

rwrrw t~ Uu so *AM*" a Mr
MMs lNUN** of 1 1pbd0 ha.' as hhI ad
arrived Ib doe aty. Mmd OW doea AWW~~sOspeltesof g.
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d W. C. T. it Ame
tie Asaaaloon I00MV4.eonf
i durfgl the past week are fur.,
ltst4 for publlcaton: t ..orr
SIl Minnie Neal, State upert- wher
tednt of W. C. T. T-U. ofr norda.be. m
"J tbable to be preieat at the oeave. "".h e
t,' sent greeting .to Ae tobW. .r
by Mrs. J. P. CoSal State I Suprsound
te ndent of ISugai 8'lbool Work& M~t.
Cofn also brosgth greetiag, sad both bugs Werpin cc
were heartily oy 0 so1t"M
some of the post lmportaat of eachbcady
we thought a bght hoof Ifhtrest' to i m erw
sonme who wON unable to be preew.e
Ms Neast's .was title o a y "a
Otstnip to thp AntiSaloon Ow s.001 k assad
L* g oe."f an for the
t "At the Norfolk oonveotlo of the
At-Saleon Leag. I a September, hk wf N
IMt, Pv. P. A. A er, the sgers ,al so.mu *,.' rr.
tensdet, Ihiis asualrep"oft ,0sl@1a6 e croa si
| 'te womanhood of this ton
try can f tme be servst 6a a.at .. B#l 2?
the liquorW trafleO throOu thed church nio i' to
and, the W. 0. T. V. The manhood" 01
of the country n do the bedt inris sospent noa plit a fternoon.
Through the dcroh and the atn-ds.
looe Lo RL u e iv' a Fine CW.
"The greatest orimalsation of women The "- Bxperimital Utio.
in the word extend warm gra eetbans bbs afruattnr departmet of
Sto the fret orraalusation. of man th e ilversty of plorlds, has re.
ainast the lion. .elv#I tem the awlm ihorthoro
'We stand with w'ou In the work; O w ff health Asoteition pt Chicago, s fine shelter,
Swp welcome yow coming. There Is frm wear to ny se which will be uad4 sad exhibited at
Seed of all ealstia temperance or. whea LydiaU sa' Vegeable the University grouads, to demon-
nisnltions. MNone have ptwemptied opoudwnb =stre the relativeo-valu of eatttle
"e t story. Thi toe i mlhbty, the btto my de tI amamother. whe'fattened on the products of
e itd p great. The work la for all M. s.JoMpblepl aiHaoftaNigt wn, 'rida. /'
I ad especially is there work for our writeses: The Shorthorn is a-beef cattle, and
SI this warfare against the "Iwas a very Freat ufferer froe is proving very, prolific and ne In
two bome destroyer-the saloon. Se]t sanyif thesections Whih are feein ethe
kb. o long against lest m id nio.t y prdImt which prove protably to
I ll bor 4 tol spinet t dor i; me, me (iThere has been to se ealth, z tIheawapw4 the and their onditlqpiss
S'glrowf la seoUment, increase steadily moU Thbroutha the ooertery of the Amerlt
In reform legislation' but the work is KIn Srthorto rn Breders' Assoctation,
-,sot done. Our laws reo ie the y three borthorns have recently been
ease e e systAi laws are openly .0. am* Vgtapt O D B sent to the Univeriaty, agricultural de-
W Pe.. Perhaps the same Prov:lne s oS lxfft psrtmest, as experiments, this ship-
$. ewho announced so many. years ao, m t bteing the last to irrive. The
*It is not good for man to be alone," O- i .1 management of the agricultural de-
recognlsed that it was not well for t apartment at the University are well
i women to be .o e la reform work pleased with what they hrve see
,a4 aent the A.ti-SaIoon LeaguIe intoe wi & 9i u. b. of the sherthorn bree, and will give
vot Statl to supplement the edusatloon W -WA ling fW u i& oy, IJdUeI 3 their report after a thorough Investi-
a& work of the W. C. T. U. with Ntaldorshei sWtfltia3on. g
S eystallusi of the feellps of men ta w
4 -a t itempuerace Into a lively In. i'** 'Ie stavltu ll iek This Is Worth Reuepmbhering.
.tOw.07,o]NOW ,,w,
t eett I the asats of state, would A&.- 9 Whenever you have a ough or cold,
,that you had come soner. If the ratim e l Jlust remember that Foley's Hoey and
eat edoetional work of the W. C. Tar wi It. De Wt rak your
T. U, has prqueed a geaneratio of pl of fermented wine atte Lord' taking y but the genuine.
manld womae that will no long amuper Collum Coa
allow hem to be partners In the "The saloon men say that they ------
i teor trafle, wbo:stall may that this must Add some means to get the boys, Train Servie Redupd
nlotlmo bea not aoooniphbed a as they are necessary to their future Patron* of the esboard Air Line
S e work? We have labeled aocess. hall we not work the hard. on the Cedar Key division will regret
to faith, knowing our work was etern er to prevent this awful sacrlifce, very much to lear that the dally
,al We rejisee at your oomlng-wbere Mrs. Cofin closed her ey latret. freight train to Cedar Key has bees
we Man I e our sorea to help you we Inl remarks with the following appro diaonttinued, and the service now will
W ill pare so eortt. There I* wme private little poem written by her hu. be performed three times a week with
fe Let us direct every force to Its band: this train.
destreion. i MINNIE I. N8ALJ" t s bring a term's welcome This train has atforded a great non.

SV. "Oriftled Mother Love." amd says i rating as through life we Journey to 0 a"ille f n buaine, and I ti
,a follows: "The work of the W. C. righterer will be every mor boped that the full service will soon
V. is lreyeduaetional betas an be re-Inaugurated.
f U. Is tey edm'uad bei "May the world be rghter, better b
I etglIOWth of the WolmaIn's Crusade of ".For the brother born today. A N o d It
h7-4, when w te, grown desperate "May the lbirlout ease of tperance. A vere old that may develop ute
thetean cauoe sade of their home toc poeom IS over alsht oa tecrd
Salro ade of their ome "Prosper atly on the way. nt w by taking Foley's c 1 sad
y th ,arese I taaIheI ar wrath b w now a bote mi. It wl the mostosine
to meet of all their eorrow "Ma e now, as bthr s )kt op e v
a nd humilla In les *than two 10ok to God to guard sad gtlde, The ue i t yelle
months from the ttm they started It Alld ay 8wtane e ne bswdet w ke ed sdJ. .... Ai ,.. s .
was driven on of two hundred and "As we journey de d aMe." ..--..
.ftly towns and vtllaes. They were Mrs. Margaret Gross represented TH i J.Uim *
'as Anti.Saknw league then and have the Oalnesvllle W. C. T. U. and all | Ru1
bet ever sine, as the W. C. T. IT., were dellhted with her words of weob IW
the latest orasaluatl.o of' women In coma. She not only spo or Gaine-. ---
the world. covering Atty.two oountrlee, tille, but for her faret home in Nova 'lne Daluond Ice Co...tany wants
with a membership of about 500.000. Ueotl. showing how the UttUe white to talk to you about ICE;
Our oralislatlou believes that proven, ribbosu (an the gtobe. She spoke Pirst-The coastumers are Interest.
tion Is better than cure, and that of the A. 8. I., an organlation eon- e, because they want pure, whole-
knowledlgr ii neoeeuary In order to cilved and born of the Womtan's 8eond-Retail lC e de aere are In.
ewape an evil; there(ore many of our C(hrltian Unlon and working aloon tereeted, because they want full.
departlm.nta of work are eduratlonal. haWmonulously with it, a a younger weight, solid, hare, slow wmeiu ICB
The chilrn are our bope for the fI*. brother, both bent oe a noble work they m cut p and sell I maIll
ture. The W (" T U. ortgnated the kir Cod and home and native land. Tird-r.be at a are prointer.eed.
Idea of f'tUfle liMastruoeto In the .. because, they wqat IC. trose down


schnoil and were alo an Important Orlo Laxative Fruat Syrup Is a new aroea lwero-eo od tint It amoet
factor to cura t of the remedy, a Imtprovement on the l0a- f"ee s the Ash Sad" keeps thewi n
quarterly teiswaaure lesaom in the In. tve of former year, as It does not o al youi oe a want to
IS yorall you people wv want to cay
1 ttrn'tUwnal utnday school Ieson gripe or nauseate and is pleasant to that we are gotng to give youT he
SBories, anu have o uaed 'the unfer. take. It 18 granted. J. W. McN beat rvle..and having the beet
Inted jult',, o the ape *to be P*b. Column A Co water in FIrida the very beet ICe
ted ulape to this year you ever had. I y nd
atituted i useerty very church In Road Camps MoedL eoase other tI eoi mpe tryli to Met
I f r R JW who to yow ur u re by you Ice at
S ,. pervr J. a. merwa who Is a hundred l than we charge
suportalidlng the constrsetls of the yes. or by sona other deatMful proper
EP a|Newberry and Ualasevie road. Tue*- altsm. us"t remember that the D-
day sioved hs 'amp fro the vietafty Und I Coim(npe Mpy giveo eamood
IPLEASEof the Dock sawmllL where t has n* quirk 'svlceb and ym ae
bee.--n- octeW do -thepastfew -always pleasoed. m why se t tiae
Sciatted or the pwat tew metha* go p? We always have treated y
At our ltink andM t.urt l-ker.t Ravtns Itakik>e-~i an w.- Mr. person has a gewf f C of 0eYy ctna1eratIs. We alway will
c'itunt, and t'i apn eavin. 6 prikes of mEa &t work, and is makilag Se pf gh*iYu 110b oa sad t e
-.Alr OanbU~iu W. ej itor nr ret is w ye7W e teM t with
C..t 1t4.n1t, t>iuMo.iunrtl qtuartt'rly. to co frwtabe d happy 'We
Itc: :,ch' Itch' arratch. Scratch! 4 t e "-good at i es.r M1..'
S mateh' The m~Iw you scratu h the SI 'iS.
-0m m- mlwore the Itch. try Doan's Obat-m. THC aa^i jo.
f GW tnt ars pil*s. eesme. aNld ekm te. Alas THi AlUAC A ICB 00.
.. All drtu.a ts R WL Al ena PFurIa.


S ao CHAPTe B (a ri




S5 eou thre-eMhtsA W of et sest"Of
II. Tow is 1. South awage 19 0 tb e o aft
M beia assessed a t e of atMbPO5

e n. e s. I em s. br *. u
Ser CiS inthrcor o of anta d nd*at9O
PAa m6I snIsadca

~ad"16 IL d thys ; the 6h dl
aofotherwise the
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IUO?59 0F APWUOATIDW FOR TAX
D 4UNU SUDMPI Or 07CHAT
4m LA.WS orFLOIO3DA.
NOW@ b4Y %66 Ot T.Jul. A. D.1%


XOT10o oF APPLICATION FOR TAX
BD UNDER SOTIMON 0 OF CHAPTER
W. LAWS O FLORaDA.
Notose Is hereby ilvee that A Imitla Mon-
M. pmhur of Tat Ortflae No. MIdared
b 4 qt d Sy September A. DIM. 1bae fled
ardae Imeate In y else10 and ba made
adbtiog for tax deed to sie to aooortd
ses ish law. Said oerufioate embrace the
tolowim deeribthed property amwated In Ala
GM& omaty. Vri" toWt:
0m in N W owr. NofNw3 Nw See.
Mas t0 B.. I N-4 aerew.
ae st id ben assessedat the date of
the hime of ueh oeritloate in the name
of C. V te .
rmle mid eeUoate ball be redeemed ac
eOerd to low. Ix deed will line thereon oN
Ut Mlirw of Al AD. %. ISM.
WItMm y oflMfetal uatre and seal his
the t dat of March. A. D. le. -
S. H. WIXNGFS.
ad Clotk C ircut Oqurt Alsobus Co.. Fia

NOTiC OP APPLICATION YOR TAX
DEED UNDER SECTION 8 Or CHAPTER
U. LAWS OF F 1RIDA.
Notee sIso ereby gtven shat W. S. Tints.
pweler of Tax CorUostea No. I, .
tSafd lbe 4tb day of Nov.. A I. am he filed
a ;dert le to y OeOo. amd hab aide ap
*SweI tor la ded to twem In accordance
wt law. Sadd weorticae ebrcesa the fol-
klwifl deeertbed property "ated In Alachbua
oomnty. llouds,46wit:
ofSw4ofoSoo M14. Tp. 8S.. R. S1-
aoj lawd bean at the dale of
le taaeO of boh om oate l to he name of
fl- ertlsfoat& A0 be redeemed ao-
tl to low. tax deed wU lodesthoereon on
e da adAsof lLA. D.I to
Witaem my owoel desnfare and seal this
the 8ltday of March. A. &W0on
pd Clerk Oiroult Cort Aleoba Co., a.
Br M. S. OH KVS, D. C.

NOTION OP APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED U;4D6R SECTION I OF CHAPTER
4. LAWs or rFORIDA.
Notice is hereby given that Mary I Pearoom.
parebseer of Tax Ceies ea No. SiLdasoed
t. d d-r of July. A. IX 1lo0. hba led
**M e srUf1o in My ofol. e be hasade
applatioa for tax ded to ae oed.
apee with Iw. w IM eeutllest eeebraces
t following deel --bed prooerr ituatead I
Alaehua eoumty. Florida. towIt:
Cow enee ast Nw oomer of. of See.
S IIM i.. R IS. am r to W. Ute of
8e0 414, teBl S M e11ha1l04 W. 946 ealilns
to 0sat ,ue.aidN KS-oehalme See. IL Tp.
11.-. .Il- aorwe
MMid land beI a ed at the date of
Ste ls nee of sueh eertioase in tOe name
ofK ILDaTlh
Ute aimd eerttcate *aa"l be redeemed
aeeOmd- to low. tax deed wtUl Imue therveoa
oa the-Ob ay of April. A. D 1M
Wtaam mwy al ia iSuraMe amd atl his
the ik day of Naro. A. D. IM0
14. 1 WIXINOR.
pA Clerk Cireuit Court Ataehas Co.. M.

WA Cl Of APPLICATION POR TAX
DaMD IM D sat0OWN IO or CH APTEa
O. LAWS OrP PRIMDA.
soIs boerby fivena tat 0. C. farweD,
pm oerof WTP4 en ate o le. 0. dated
te 4t u.f ob Reetember. A ISIs bna
b"_ _eert _eate ntoo ote._ aa


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with the
timber lands athe"
Ien. NevadaO. ad W
extended to ib the pWIT
of Aur 4, It Joh=

met No. tIo, for the
of No 1-4 of Seoln .
10 S.. Ranre NO. 6I L. mn u
show that the Iwd sA bt rt
for its Umber or stome tI
purFoe, and to osaes.. of
land before Begla ertpad
vTlile. Fla.. on Thutda. x h%
He name, anawitneses: 0. W.
Martin. P. D. J. Hodge Sd J.
l of Newberry, Fia.
AAnir and all persona oiatl lea
above-described land e reqto n
their claims In this ofite O e
Ord day of A spril, 10I


Notice Is hereby give that thirty
the flrat publication hereof, the
a Administrator of the etate of
Cestter. deceased. will happy o tt
Jddie of Alach a county. Florida.B
order to disi'oe of the fouowIl ng
land. blon and being In Ae hft
Florida. aa conveyed In deed h Ji
Larson and lAle Larson. hi wife. wM.
*i. Ohester. towwit: Part of
Hundred Tventy. nie (ISO). lyil ias
a pati of the Town of Patruout n
county, Florida. (now know% _g
lprivnr). sooording to the reo-t
thereof on file and of record In I
house at (alneavtile. the county aml|
Aa'huas county, in Plat Book "A"0 i
aIx (6). B lOUOWQw
Adminlstrator of the EAtate of J M
Chester. Deceased.
March 4th. 1(N.S


NOTICE OF AP P ACTION rOR
SD D UNDER SECTN s OFr Oi
48U6. LAWS OF FLORa.
Notice Is bereb given Ahst O. COhuks
purchasersof Tax Certifioate No. Id
&rd day of April. A. An 1M. have1 l
oertlcate In my oefe. aad har
appIocation for tax deed to lne
cordanee with law. 1aM eeres*
brace the followlina denrbed P
ated tn Alachua county. oMldas. towit
Ne* 4 of Sw 54 -eo. U. Tp. a.,
acres
The said land beinr assemed at the
the Mance of mub certlcae lae t (
of UnkDown
le aa "ortefloatohallbereA
on to law. a deed wl ea e
10th day of March. A. D.
Witaem aMy ofltoal silffnaure ad so
the N3th day of February. A. ID. M,
S. H. WIA33
pd Clerk Circuit Court Acahua -


NOTICE OF APPLICATION 3OR
DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF 0
4M. LAWS r FLORIDA.
Notioe Is hereby jiven that i
aoa. purobhaser of Tax Citeficate
dated tU 4th day of September, A
has Wed sad certUiestoe I
and bas made appilatlee for
me to aordaaoe with blaw.
vubmes Ik followtgf 4e0 tedpl
asedton Alsehus enty. Flridas
Nw )4 of Nw 34 Boo. 7. T I.
Theaid land betos asessed at tse
the names of sumo cerlatosea in s
of eUsmowa.
Uwes saMd eerufteae shall te reaeeae
orft to law. tax deed wiDm me uasSemS p
t1,11t day of Marrb. A 1%. 10 1'
Wp amsm necfal iraaetrw ead sealm
e Atb daM of Pebruary. A,. 1 S.L
S. ml.W ,NQ
Ins Clerk Circuit Court AUlebm a.
---------------------.. .___________


b law. saidmtosoeatemNOTICE OF APPLICATI01 O S
in .LU:;.;~be U, mdw DMO )UNDAR SECTON UoVCUI.
lei In. LAWS orFLORIUDA.4
W" bow ~edat the ateof NotiesIs hereby eives thtbsReaMm
ofe ase In 111"eme of prehine of Tax CorUmssae No
$A ated the 5th day of June. #. DLI;&
mWoeilsaut. aball b. redeem Maid asaid ertlfate Inm e.
Wkw. "*deedwill hm*the-eIa has made appuostion fortax deed
frfAMA. D IM eemafte with low. Rauewiea.
WItneagmaw s Wr aku" s almesa""oltIsbraess the fojjowing de*G edlsc4 ropeft
00T ayo amhp ~A DIMINisAlaehanebG lolti.- Floida. towit: u '
pi Clert (Ire idsCu.AMbac. 1 5oI
the twsn o sedCetiicteo&th
NOTICE FOR PUL'HCATS)!J. S .K
Land O"_as Gaineevillo.. l&.. dj o s*t, eeWilllu bernem
NMarb .S~. M h, fhdAy oflimarth A Mb.11011,
Nosheeto berebg gives that Ned may word MY aflftial %ntnatire am sealW
of tisMlS 'Is.t.b&has W" dbeebeof b1% The Il ftda&Y a fu a '.A I J.IVNA


preef us e emaed.betwxe, Rkofter andP0-)l14* 1t.
0*1 eW at U9116MV1e110. FU. em A w~I;NOl1& 19
wemliasath 'Me fosieingwheaft 1.beb'rVhrivelbn j tat"atrsj
I semdomdereMeam opus am asioslebatios 'e ~'f-s'teks. I wS
of 1L' ,Irn jdof J T. wut.. Judge of the
mal! o 9 L: "V. 4;4oKenKhlb Judicilaaq 'ruls ot pie,
Rabimas f a'MDI Alacua "*IT'(Was ew4tr
Wws~fti The me of



Moll Centq Akmct Co

ramy K %MM. c rm. ~J W ba d1 g. %
Tpie. Wa bab. 5s. rms
GAUIVSTiLLE. FLA.


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iw~ wi" bdmn 1ds w Iw
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THE GAINESVln


p: MARCH 26. I-.1aI


:ter att
/Al'

SBroward !;,j,
46 visit St. .i

t the Poltlc'.I.:.


1r0ofEast Jaeksoti~jIit.
~dmIt SUliti, .'kl
her Oun haridj,.Itr
combined tffol'b.
0,gage lwrhi.

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Tampa "mw,


w arier
SIs a resultr I


'Drown 111d .\in:. H
.Jacksomi 111. 1
I4locked up at i1
hOn a charge t
~dto haiv ii:,
i-strevt l *In


sad gro ,r., ,r ,
r returns tor ti
but ari not ,! ,


jL to quit. hoi, ,, ii i
a turn in tili :,,,,,
SImust I) \\ui 1 i
et heard fri: \. r., I
a tomatoes )


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of. I I I ,

ueaW''i ihard, a r-%
114" decMe4 to hbring t!,,. \
a fr number of ar ; iid(I
ld$,Anupon thb is rai'',r .
iPl4f cultivating the tnil

MIaitJn, tho lift I.ii
-had so much tn,iihl-, ,,hr r

of' ag thatr sho hlii
1In 0on tho i, t- I :
~~ landed iii IP, n ~af ;Li i.
iftaul~ghtes! ilfivii'itlt'I.
qW 1Pernulsion it o ll.1,h

cap get a State' dr.'L.
10l work at tho, sour'
"*Ow 'Ierfor the jiiui'' -*I!
*5* '~o of the E% vri: i. *
of 'the *section a((-f '.0,
~nngs'proixirlitI'imi 1


I
FA
10


purc nase or f. "
ib1i4 at $2 an acre, '
"ijMlal already bee n su.-., *

rW tda ~Supreme Coit t .1' T
l Wednesday ,, dnk :'
to, directed t th-T. T:.
Mk Company. d.rn.tii'liii
pany show its rtJr t
eM1bse granted bv ti, cit'
The writ is mad. re,.ur:i
31, and will be h.ard.l b
em p court on that *!lit'
I reader a final d ~e-,!r
M ,i M 'Thti actionD, t is unde.r- ',I
hlil aV y the permission '
*i r I L l .


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S, By A, W F,orida Agricultural Experimlent SUttle. fI my JellJ M. 1Ktt, fl Plrida Ag rletulrl Itple4wM ttoe".


il t) to. the'experiments were onedusted In rec0nt years the Manufactlre of COOSOa oil ONla akrge sale firmU
1,11,1 "*' Suit Island rotten nd wras planted. the Virled "m.M' of te. cOut ("M) Ms loves a bypodwctknown a
!,P lit '. :d i il toitth-acre iilotp, which were fsrijllusd cocomiwi usa). This material has bees phwod eo themabkm as a do"
iiia \ii Ti 't ii r' iilM amounts. Tfi. followltig mixture troad, A cheftleal plaabls of the 000c1OsUt mea with =shOWr expol+
ii :1,!,**1, Ifrmosta were ceudotedW*WIdlated that Ithae WW j oindt eedin se aks iIn
H~L~ i~ iiI t, -t it. 114 tu o littercrenat.) excess of af tbell MAof ctonseiealUSB.
I 1 .0 1 1 1~
-1 r;: o i, if 1.4 it 't: t 48 to 5 0 per co at. )
Four cowswere@* WeWect fom the m hWimedWdM.Intot.wo
latme that the perW od 1lmotatloia 1toesob lat wold be npas wrl00111110
1h'9Jiit i. r.ti-ointtriaiIwer Inreaedan~d esdAmy parIabsemapossibic ". Tbe feeigt* Ias dtvlde1111A three qeelperiods
I:, ** .. *n t-thermaterials werv also tWeld; of twemty.eue da".each. with i"Tom duy pelPINS 7 ftdl bofie sON*
ir i. :1~i "j0. nuud litimost case" were ne no of the Uthre re"perods sas to olls" o the 110111118w91111111111 1e4
~****, V I.. 11uti~ltut.'d inathe abWO .forMSla for reesled the samemoceat of bran and ehurtas bet the witeased Me alma
000 "M MW weoenot fe km qIn4W. bal l, equinleat radOme.whiebW"
r. -ii, ,~r t I ines as migic k< se misdate
r. iur actual potsAmae asloulsod rm the roo lts of theehMl&Le
_%Ii 1i(:.' ITi A %190&
trN o. th. standard, yifeldd t*4a n 4The expriment properlasedly
if rir.'. r uthomt 2t340 pounds of seed ftottam eo which were fed with oottai MW PeUo U POS"dOf
~. .'.'.. -rth Ate per gloved, we bave fRIN-40 ilk.said the cow@ wh~himbreeulvsdomstma gv 34pmd 08S OteM40pMd f wtleEu Ih ha bblaee1 aa otseei ma as"4*SAN .5 ieiof
te1, lilt-The cost of the 400 pomadew 1W the Wholerlpa oran aMW enof 4amNW. u OWsIs 11 aU ada
11 1 'd$55, hu laing a set Polao (One so cis milk we~sldh.4Opow")l
** '*TnW i ,,4 a~iO thu MY 3 1 rnnM e above results., we bdthaUM.me paWed OOf baedMe111111
** I- it'tiie' a th rae fSW early eOqs)fto two pounsaf oof essmst 0"alWksomit gsU VWb
i-.iittrea terteo Wps l aMw~posids early to the results adOW te eemealmib1u110,w~
-i~jl itiol cf seed cot"on permo". mrt"e t".I 1e tN"s 01r" I
0- I Iarxemt yield ofsany of ftis plet lo 00at Ilpe go eryearlvy etatqbee1 W ,mpmSWe66oa
~ it ~ ,iC* nrcawnume, would be worth ae
-4n~ ferti~lulang material w s wul t ra. 1.,N
r 1 e1tu1ie4tard of 16.25 per am; mad a&
*~~~~~t l' .this enperlmmmemtlbSI"lmiMom 41 snow VI ag
% *,I~ ,,iif uuindo pier sere. that la., double lb Proet Tinsfkoeoumss mealt, 403 ps: ha.. maLIN S
.l", I I i. e'l? am xgod as with SW pgamde o ,1111 o esd.SW Sebad TU9*-CI*baUW d m e al. M65 RIft b
hiIi.t fin thathere Is no Pmtin atmifsloiSdg p daofits l$Spoem"~

j-,imt tsor acro of a fertilim ofth IMgrfta 001111111111111d I" *a *0
jj t. Mtatdrd amolast was apid ha fe ION oft
~,in ~ ~ it t,4 rirtill"w. vwes abafou Miot Om5 e M. l ognu~gyM
01211 anthe' standard. Ifoar goam&Wa___ O MO__ONI__MW__U


.,- I.Itxt mr r a "hleas tw* w ft ssn n amu-b wim- a,
~ ,,'j uhf!c'ov ter 4 1it t- t Ilior aS WNsIrPd" of aftmbO. OWa sumobn oh go n #aSam a
set.., .i,;.t In 3(.0. U S. I of Agf-I:ORO ; % d "as iW~d d of msumsI
1racre), ***Io 1 d It tL9Wto er 0t, whil M rM u -d OW- Of
~*~ **' rm hedny 244 paoudaof 9llw Omw a
~~~*. ~ ~ ~ '*'r t *'11,rly the same ASs I 1"0 f S. e( as S
: **~*~' .:?Ili'ntthat the's.two Opiclate. g d fm Or
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k.. taws someM 0 e. m of snow
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ofGVif, kfthI.A IA"the "m am avstt haduk .31 uhe;$NIIlbbllt
.1 W. W 0 PW. Ai Tormwi PWN w v. F. D. mknwI, for 12m.P
I a p Wadowass sSo biptham60ome,8msw hr6
dave wit we at aeb a". visit at u...
4"Ofbftm Wow 1111110" 11000, IL1101111111010L pow5wimels
bleioIs la ot with theonOewdBMW ow-4mty Iam% so PheMwofpaphy Wisy is so &.8oomml
euit O N ~s. ua.RobrAM i s and Wads. thew'a~ ~SI. -t asutaas thpaej meansry
g~~s4NOVVp*'seeI#. -1f Mr. Jni alr.hsrtre isoft*. .at I U wUr wsob JA
hay smeto*0 ns*Al.,M onC.3.11m f J.al mobkw "o -O 0Pr ~
O hvisit wta10is m aft Na.C.C.seame, eandme.4r, he r e ss 6C Briodokr r adlad ana, s a
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