Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01249
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 29, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01249
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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At Risk of Hw Lift Rescued Five
cMmilft em a Firs.
New York. llrch 58.-JTmo titl
byS aSuvo wislawOA bitning W~
homme, is m3mmi at. as Thwvfy
"nt. reas~dta Inthe oameat Aive
obIldim. 140.onomossle of their
d"Wer.werePlayingto a Main aseyet
uateoweed by the fSea..
T*rhoormsier was a stranger,.'.Mrs.
LAMW RaymooK, wbo was passiag the
oone ~the Br. started, raag In
&a 41arm, a"d' thenmma book to the
bouse, a.te bust In the fixvat door
&W~ deemed ugetare, Sdlag Mrs. Joe
liwck. wbom Ase led sbbougb the dense
Smanka, to he St al

Fca~, Wah., arch~ -rroo.1 lpftt%@n wshe to a reoeltax.
bay. beqm ordered trvmm Pt. Sawwai, at U04that ha a km wore still In
Italllm, Atoalm, to preSrv. Order at ** building whickbbY tbU ttim@ 'W"
WIaLbwell mines on [Diuwalas letand. wilaas.M tunM a
wbere eigit b undr-edjmtnmbay* e wsintoauboas Mrs. theyuiod r bao
gun* out ac a strIk.Ike soe fa. OL d to 0(t~h
110 WrOPO urthe Oto awhine at, I aea ld'by&Iwn
is aticipatdher, and temrneaea d thetriopA*
to ~ ~ ~ ~ m LtII1,d'tolittle Pkyaytes, atthe Laft GAL
Tbo mine equsni-r,4have Uireeatezaei &ft. 7TheIna ttwo wore 'haM aulo-
to 4AOW up die W(Orkwi If trtuopeare samod when she reaedW tbru ant Ulu
Aa ud e. Toc kvga of dynamite WOM #Tom Ot Me yq ~ w"ba"..Tsa r
ot#den ?bure,1LeY frtmi wine oe SW ug ft a ir.sW. RAyeloridgat bet b the
Coh114uol (in Int uiclb c 9 tl~dres la her &awei&amd mde"for WOI
fc~b,)O;fLn a(t tie lintI ltafltA'7, Ifa taliwe me". 'Ito taknoIt Wan.
Pate4~s lllirA.4y nik-ht with a gsU15gg estirely ebleO. 4but miii dagied &wu
pui anilsioul'~d roqlith* ie n M.,l"I:nd reenbedthe atroet. )ujit sothe
4 i k Ly e. I,* it~Jt t'stairway, fell.
Meo~~-cmiaiiytw Nrn.edtyamynd's bee and b"an~
j&,%jj. hs u,,a cere tobe nwero ebar burned 400t A*e ituied
-- es. -_ ualettcaattestliomand went hute.
SIHE COULDN'T BUY HIM. Allthis happoued beothe b arrival
I ,, t& a. ar~ft mA maaAm. ...

8a keve Ouerick Became Husband of bY u.!'ePoor 000411008 nof M thebfPets.
Another Wonsan. IIThe house w"a solfirey dootruredl.
New Yoisk. Mar ,*''.S-1141CeIM
Mary t lv-z .:ijrl i.rIhave eO~ush JUDGE PUT OFF BUNCH.
aatui...'y toi u) At,.' (eiUick. be I1'
wAe the hu4 'uiA another WWoA staokstene Remoed hth Legisia.
1JO Au-iM&F"(41 i', Annits Markewis tworoe ~ IS
by Jei, IVOer, NtA~i~n lit a putichCOft1 Rk60mosdVa.. Maroha ?J-ThegElm-
ta iO1izabrii. N S tove blm~eff era) assembly of VIN~lel~ has&si~06s
lad %ite'y hr'!.* -)to with It.ese' schtk("K romo%02 IS"lu09Jid~goJ. W.
l Ie :is nnili 1 0 Ma5CkaOOei, of tMe elavenktA 41

tthidnoeif tlow1w avcisuwts. tar Annie jhail Ialtikb ftle &Ole& as a s eed are IM.
1111t 11AIIII vir) sIft'ed her*i. S orality OM IVONgAces m tovOf nirlal
&I e. rbo ht It'-w ut Arnlo eSold be, duty. T"heso 'but, one dhsestia
w,". wisro1i $5 I ?-,,e wtwifiti't sell Tots In sash brtsacb. kAenovslw aS
liw for & ct-mt 1-" ihiwi Mary sa14 the ouWlqe &teSUMa long &dmm) rate
P41 wqAJkI pa *5%f1lrt1. l7.' (tv4wnto bindl sewatiopaj svesilgtion.
the barlmIll Will S.; awe-0k until Stoelv! MTh uee a~rnm of t*e dePOsed )mix&
wa sa, iy p~tiii fir, but again Anal* wilIw he' senucaa"d oW e 1"gvs-tIWwill
r.(u%@ei 021J&tan 'adjourn.I
)te~sy timpe 1h'tin atter Into court oe Judge Iilarkske. ,w'ho hailtl e~r-nd
ab~o obru.f trteiwh 44promis*e but tbh e %*w=M AXs It Weproceed66 to the
)eetgq d.qple-'.m that tAteve beksnood tol itest, point possible, declined to sal
Mg~iusca;i inimt Mar)haW recafnognIsedwhtet wss be would per..... but It
f~pft )y tT)tfl(to biiy him tram, k biofleed be vw~t cwry eta.matter
bor tu seve a.nd Azei were GAS,-tothe eqwrme sin as r mquowaavmw
culd 1to put wiltsgs.
T%91A~vmds of Ceptee To so ISent toe.Gvrvr418I11ITwa lif
Korea for Dlserbvmaie,114 the LOK ?hufl0Wwm Lm
PAW ~.nt,' Uv'TA -Ort" Ln Mmet

WO 1.-"e (PTIf i' Ui tod ore n.
rbo% apswr,r pimj?: ,.4AbY the 1'it.
et K-1r0-n 5.y.-i'il~'tI hepre. laepftrvl
1%41 *-l Ot vAr-IA f.n.f KOWes wr
heel'' n.a.itIn r.riflu5tw'o
san r-ut ft w aaWing t~o KOMe
it,( #tAfl5P'IMP hey007 ns
*tl ~.~a ba40wtielhe'r ttp')so&,
jr*.-,in uw YrT an 'hey sai4 1604r,
g" ws f nsli ;wi (W md sasO-
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~..w~~r*a.ts rm4 '-elba". 40 U
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in afw t 04 so
UA~tS4Of tI. 4wb" 'm Yded"

Ovvry thine, to rsei~be fr 4 esersac
UGS 7r"aI ON L40 c rbwurma. &W
ase =wow hereft oblrmw. .
at Water P Dab"he. of Mlbaw~s",
wmas~ m 4"ot elepbmone ON" em
Goerem &DwMUewS at I3.45 ILa. mP"t
&lS, &am"" 400O W twoqdiefome, b
amdomm"Wwl Met. Ky. bar seth
fet" lMtb
Thermlte wasW" smated aW a.w
SOM4 1 aet of OsemmurWUI.
of leetsmay, Wh" ahd ~ "isart"
that Thbwmms bedw bightme
ou*Uer .lw

ftheelTOO~ "' Sethe lAded.
Ke&ASSe (CO. *masft U-O4bam lpus
rqmue-ad V"?ld" 00t te Sr916k,
SCMw4 lob % %Nd4L @am. W" me
Kea~a#&&Csty. ROAM, goo*on rn.
dew I 44 A. gmiot& oto9f g~
taw-bon e Plbe w OW d -e ID
on".frle %k ir 1,efes TI%* W"@
vI Om" 44 ,be fat a so 1Se e.
Wet, tthVI to OMi10to a. v
so lb* OLIM14j mw"I.to hoe m
say warmte smsne** Tu "ot
bindCAm thwou mm 4NW A.

~ IMe .-~ sw Imrss th. septemedw

Pr"" tr AR116 --Mf 410
CeeteW P66ae Sh 3 .e
W5AW~ *a3gooSf *UDo sot _Is
rwo 49* be Im""-O h U Saf t
Mad- mom a W&am^
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Th -ra AI um orskip StillD
Mk b hk bteresL


it states that the Oppo-tion to Dr.
Hill Is Amerloan and Not German--
Ambaseador Tewer's Part in the
Deldn. Majlt SI.-.'"' ti.r (f
ti* a& )ttivet e by the yb .i i o> trn.
mwat of Dr. David Jas. I l1 I. i'w
Amerhich minister at I I' tLei. ai
American abassadrto tovoil (*>i"a.
kmaune Tuwer. toottini.e, '. 1)Ho><
public interest. The ft*iiln oS>hc,
delsI lith the aiftir b. any e->roo'el bha oomtv lui the O(r".. 1f '*1 i h. iO.
daring that hb Is pore6" 1 i t..4*, and

t oat clitafewon~et~s lisaovtrary
sense are iDosSUot IKi. ptit o irvgle-
tion by ds4evioag Amertcemms it
status- that The sripopitlom to Dr It11 11
Is Anwrtrsna *not Sist wIUW
On the other hand, l, gaprr %%W1il
1180s desire u~t t), Wes.Pr 111K

Former Atlantan Thries iPAP* lot
Seon Franelfts.
gas rs.'ilace. MarshIS-'h
wktudk ntse emsh MAtMbe amu
Omuat. eSmImaK t t Pt 011110100.
president of the UvAItd Ubiw;
Tlroy L. Rw-d. genomleu) i or
the, wante corpora livesmAAlb mhm
Rus. formerr politiceil eM atof t
Irrancecso, re-crny vots4 by the, girsa
jury. worp rtk. with Ireisldlag Jbftos
tltuy vewuont.
Tho 'tisidimpets charge C(&MR.~n
Fotrd1 and 111144 eoh with havlas of-
te:vit a brik'(of 14 .IIon on MAW 10.


Capital Seme t uMk Ja,
red by. Seila Wam.


Four Persons Were Injured DOrtng
tl* 'Quake. One Mortlly-Grelk
Damage Was Done to otwlding, an#
Clocks Were Stopped.

J14~iTI.1. Fiue'r) anti 1). V. CNielsmsa Ilettxv I), Mrc 12. --MViC0
In rtmnnction with twtie granting of a Cit) %I msie two severe eafthi.
Lb.s rigldt to citlnve-rt Its, cable tlines 1..V lirsi "hock vh, 'tch umar'rrda
inito a trolley w6 stiem 4:.10 o't.. m'k In the aftorauuu. teatd
Tbe nerw usulle tainmlswet* returuet3 4 iStiit '&Si 41leete, And d4W
Witt a view of Meetlult 'Vwy prisalbi. lelit, iksallitgo
otj Ity ~Ito ii."(etostC ho badltetmertts At 9: 1i1 V lit 11sesnilklfh Mitre 01e1Vertwi
rvotro 'tan it1iq formo er paidJury. Iotir livrot r'% *or*) ujueiod during tboe
---quaikeo u~t fic iheat wmutralis, and gret
MARK TWAIN EPIGRAMS. 'mI.9i iiit%% as ikos@ to butikita&is.
Wah mwer)cr~ orhd still clock&~
Two Now On"a by the HurroretItstR. Ovt' 1410rCit) Weiiie aotorwd The t'h0*
ctived III Now York. St"'I CI" 'it410% .1"114d to the atroet4..It*
Ni ii MarI 29 _-11%,,new pooi'l' 51sit- w5(l) alartmed tvwor 11
.N4irk l'' A It cpigrerno &have uttlytylveivi r'u'&1a tolbie-.4.. A nullbbr of WSWe
In Xrw.Yi k. They werebrouglthit ibfi.. 1*91. U Pboa siuvritimetok ti6
bs-re tin te.!o oenii.or lloegidilaa fromuuthzrhh coh 'u *,Iowso ntsuru~tWJ.
litrii litti %lve the humorist is visit-' I'lio ahurcvi.ts fetwitover an ares 6
)flri tli. nift a f roms uo4,rh to soathil,
**. ~ i ~ P%4P1,CIlvtjp It1A. t atOUwajuiato on Abe
lie' vA 10 li, ;t jimrtlhAIof all 'the Ut. oitt.adI~wnAtnoc
ti, :. in. ioii yar-old girl ha4 49"1111
beto'ln a 1141 11141`111),loto sme of the ol.- CA0se %.11 macluristhe uassLD "Th.
lin tvn L-.atmithe hamUand the) bad O4 0"4""-' h Of Ut1A5oily. W" oe i~kd &a
ft, ll 4 lie0 Idgge1 itmik vdiaty Isacce r amay blocks.
1101 tl iiaon h@eilrofflnim. 1.. flimir.'ethorets tiathe, 0,hme Wb 11
l*~~ip this Vn~ortkion ofasi4 I)WV. teeping wMAN&
Awns$. It ,a tbiter to he arcayongI) ttolight. It.Z 'boon A ki ran7
June 'bug Iwhas an ulif birdofit AM,,51W.altol~t-eselve, ft~iOthof &O' a
% arity tu v e en felt t 6 AN O
Anothr gil wti ~ ~ ,Me I. nJiresi wore Monia ess wM.
Afolhr girl who(bee, U Ibea n rha' o. The wuhush ass mIlar to ta*. iD
Oir skng WmepitWe s he O is 1to itlcity about avragoew ,4^ 00
iit ntI.gomgtywI @1 ,i14au i, eing of a 400g, opln
-I,* ) o an th n s. kb.*Iwh"l e vriety. At the matinl a" obo$WVOUW
an et cpl -. -*It wssttdthift ltheU ede t"
DONATION TO VYN 11111111LT. 5e1.srawuM traveled ho osutir w
wet" of 0t4111ials.
Valuable Ceileetion of Indilan MRlo@ e "TAt the P'WmpevY Imp W" WKe
Given Unlvoemly. sI am to d cue, wifwmas 6D the all"
N~w1%I~'.Toes.. Harah 211- l1eser., U41-8-to kthe fot iti ibl WsMee CW
&I i 11 'Thlroboa, aof tM. daily. him 'FON" thlie S4906a e o#Am .

come to Bsrin baa two,o a stowetet of skitmiot04to %amlerbNI.amlvesrity %N ak
diornsemo n tIs 4 ~ o %oirteiof o~tr cuoof ladiangvopItand pte. ft"sheek it at U. Theme.
hima$41v wfor %cusI ea. oonam(i c1 lutts stontes sod tawm44 sidto be Si. 1Two". a W. I., wUm i.
va. 11'-...aa.4u s'seNft tohis (be Imw V'OvuK06041111 it V,1Y11S IiiO A sheep esitheushON* --
Mal syban rfleforedIu Ito s ~. WItis t4Iathb,"I rld The eSliwIt 11100,s hwoeThmrtfy efwseam 54
"Ialows IswW* ot his =*Wor methat cotald seA b besieft"ws.;ova* sism. weOMM heS.e
Miato,& sat.'at Adulw ar g Vn ulld, 1911) btnat of IS@)' "d goft, aUme tart UwwU.
al iA igo 1 wajety's private mslo I Thre ree&toIIIsypouigMg 41eSo.11
osMaat. aNW A40I hV46 1aYlts. ,sow 0*4r1 9ttiIoh4r Pierat So we amaO tWOULD TU4fi FF4736 UVIOSOS
few a, Of *0 64"t"Ap. w wegg-ft ilsbished ?eeONSOON o before ww"I
Masse who have t44 the 60Mer&Ihatn "Ito, son 62,205'4w Y0"4 St wFugtiVe freen JatiAamge oug1 e
they did oant regsr'dDr. NMi as a, Wyeis wore obdwneiu(N. andIs a f" I"ft W
eutlis lawsbaseedo=r.90 1"56 'fit" ere ""w"S45 Ois iia3 tn wf bs f 0
AMr Towrers rt isoleg~gs" toMI5Wmh. Arkabis m4Ponu. ft* Ogle OtWIMUS of ~
blhose bouSstie4 to a tu'satm twvw ?a'Ia v eal heahr a very tooo v*of &Wal g~
to Preslest koee~veit ofNtI" on" asx iote. toOwonotap" cS~oSS i.1 4)Rh "I, St
mrsw "sauit os 00Smem~ae. It hMogf. OIPIng 14to show a ea msteft s" hoedW b em"Cf
one aims t%" a" sMagog "au awthoeneml statpew1. fa"i: 'rrma t ram
*t eo dauewlie quested, s doI&wAuls. -Taft so mule"ft to rw$tor 1
so porss.) fv4at4 odwNof s P2%11O$6 PAW$G CooliM aa.mmft" tow u 111eeliUS n
Y W"l hoIs nal Is Guger.to iark.*--V"S osin kdiw amF

no& G Mo".we 91 VA*t stee iw Ps Fs s -ew"@.466 IsOW!sonoh0 o 46110 m us
9wv. It toISol oat v-tV*a 110 Waut o b 1.,14s the C"AleI5.ThPW RthrloI$ 9enesipp Sad ba

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Tremable Expected Who Alaska
Mlims Are dm Strike.


eners Have Thratened to low Up
the Works If Troops Are Sent-Ten
Kegs of Dynamite Stolen from the
Min 8Storee


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rhO 'XARCH 29. 1*1i8

"I a _________ILLIIL I 71 ---

l, Waeahooti, March 28.-Mi.s Janie -
FK11m ID-Smith Invited a few friends to her;
A P Ur LAR FAO INO ,sm.mm home to spend the evening of Friday,
K.d.c b da W .. March 13th, The evening wap passed,
Wiiams. a ffqr.A Tridt m-lelA very pleasantly in playing games, I
S on Wpil"l lpa, x T"Sord og"- forty-two ting the chief amusement.
That Wrinkle saturday. rock en nma, At the cowelusion of the game Miss
a- barrM At Smith,' asealted by her mother, served
MARSHAL ARNOW WAS ON TIME SCOTT'S LSIONd her Seats with delicious lemonade
codtals himls uig.g"s and ako .
ent to Jail WitWar t Trn r- so the professor t ... Ma Smith's guests were Misses
Went t Jail Wity Warrant Transferr p Theora Bodle of Batesburs, 8. C,
ring Negro to Cety Ptories, Wh v thHadsle. Rosaline and Theora Smith
He dloovered the Jail ea PFre. H mA and Msinne Lee Carlisle; Messrs.
Wilasi DOeepprate to Gain Freedom. Charlae 81aughter, Retus and Cedric
la.br S lmth, Harvey Bruton, Philip and iH IiP
Isll-burninlna s= to ha beci b i ( Wootson Bradbaaw. SW SSemd'6
the proportion of apeouliar tod In this Ei ltl Mr. Long t Michigan, who spent
county, L two or three ate mpto have himg I s the winter with Mr. and Mrs. V. P.
bu may e by preed or io t brn their el- R a w An6 ka Smith, returned to ns home last week.
way to freedom, with the result that powerful lesh-producer. Retua Smith and Miss hassle Smith
two of the perpetrator of arson are attended the unvel
now probably enjoying a warmer ANDmolbi gs. sd$L.44, attended the unveiling of the monu-
Bow probably emojoyt a wath e ewantt t IrPellpwship, which was erect-
itaste elsewhere than the hottest I ed to the memory of the late J. L.
]iorida August day around a burning --- Beck,. Jr., by the Woodmen of the g. iuJm
brush-heap. MICANOPY' WAS DEIPATED. World.
Aaron Williams, a negro who claims --- / The families of Messrs V. P.,
to have come from the Bahaita Is.- nteresting Game Between Olinesvlile Charlie and Lawrence Smith went to
lands, sad who has been 4n this city and Mioanopy Juniors. Fdwarda' Pond, where they enjoyed
only a short while, is the latest victim The Junior base ball teams of a fish fry Saturday, March 14th. As
Of arson, having endeavored to burn Gainesville and Micanopy played an spring has come forth in all her
his way out of the Galnesville city lItereating game on the local dia. glory, the pleasures of the day, which
Jail Saturday afternoon. He would mond yesterday afternoon, which was was spent In fishing and boat-riding,
probably have accomplished bis pur- fairly-well attended, many ladies be- were greatly enhanced by the beauty
pose bad it not been for the timely ing present. of the woods. Dinner, which was no
appearance at the Jail of Marshal When the Gainesville boys went to small feature of the day, was spread
Arnow,'who had gone to transfer the Micanopy a few days ago they were under the umbrageous oaks which
man to the county Jail under another defeated by the team- of that town, surrounded the pond. Those who en-
warrant, charntng him with assault but upon this occasion made honors joyed the picnic besides members of
With latest to murder, even by defeating the Micanopy boys, the Smith families were Misses Theo
WilUams, It Is allesd, made an as- the score bengt 0 to ten In favor of r., Bodle nd Minnie LW Carlisle, and
sauit upon William Taylor, colored, Oaioeaville. It was an easy walkover, Messrs. Long and Harvey Bruton.
with a lsotgun, early, Saturday morn- but the game was good-natured Mrs. C. R. Curry and Interesting
lin, thlatenlng to blow the top of throughout. % little daughter, Thelma, have return.
Mi bha4 off and put him out of bust- NotwIthaladlag th high score, sv. ed home, after a visit of ten days at
esMs forever. Taylor reported the eral good plays were made, and alto- New Smyrna.
0stter to Marshal Arnow, who im-. ether the game proved both interest- Misses Haole, Rooalie and, Janie
me4iately went after Williams. rind. Ing and exciting. Smith, and Theora Bodle and Cedric
iog that he had attempted to escape, Smith, spent Friday and Saturday ,
the o6oer followed, running his man Suggeste Memorial to senator Bryan. with their aunt, Mrs. Rawls, at Mont-
In a swamp In the southwestern DeLand, Pa., March 27, 1908. brook.
,.oa0 of the city. Editor Sun: I would suoest to the Some of the young people of and
Willitams was arraigned In the many. many frenda of the late Sen around Wacaboota met at the home of
mayor's court upon a charge of dis- ator W. J. Bryan, and to the people Mr. and Mrs. Will Bradley on Mon-
orNerly oonduet, and was sentenced of Florida, that a Bryan Memorial day evening, where they enjoyed a
to pay a fine of $10 and costs, and Association be formed at once, consist dance. Up stairs in the Bradley home
not having the money to pay the fine. ing of one member from each county Is a very speAlous room which in re-
Was et to alil. Ltr Taylor caused in the State of Plorida, for the pur. served as a dancing hall, for which We, invite ever
to be Issued a warrant under county pose of erecting a suitable monument purpose it hoa bsen used on several ll--tlf i t-t lrae
authorttles charging the man with as- to the memory of the late Senator. delightfuloccasions tble season., asbt c rtlhle s
malt with Intent to murder, and it No statesman, solicitor or orator in Mias Theora todle of Batesburg, 8. I Davepmrt win-
We When Marshal Arnow went to this country or Iurope ever died at C., who has spent the winter with
the Jail to transfer him to the county the age of Senator Bryan and left the her uncle and a ut Mr. and Mrs.
Sprito that he discovered the build- name and fame that he did. No truer Charlie Smth. retned home Friday. CO E IN AND
s was on fire. friend or purer man ever lived than fly bSr pleasing manner and charm. hiblition. Price vetr
'ianubal Arnow states that the man he; and he dId In the truest sense a* personality Miss Bodle has won
wa4 arched when placed In prison, of the term, a peerless orator and the friendship and admiration of all t
sad that he had no matches, but that statesman. I would feel highly honor. who have been fortunate enough to
m e person had psaed khi the loci- ed to rve on such q committee or know her during her visit to Florida. and iill call on )
Sfo through the window. By means association from Volusla county, and Misses Hassle and Jane 8Smith a-
of msome hay which he secured from would be glsad to head the list with companies Miss Bodle to lalnesvllle.
the Jail mattress he started a fire $100 contribution. There is no quest. where thry will spend a week.
and when the ofmcer arrived at the tion but that a grateful people like The Wacahoota school, which has
Jail the door was burning. If the those of Florida would cheerfully and been so ably conducted by Mr. King.
0afer had ben a few moment later freely respond to such a cause, and closed Friday. March 20th.
iBefthe priswer had not uffoeated thus honor the memory of her most
. freE te smoke, his ohances for as. brilliant and renowned son. the late Pef. H. A. Howell of Havena, Cuba,
ese would have bew good. '. 8. Senator William James Bryan. Recommends @Charbertaln' s
SMaraeal Arnow etItUutshed the J. A. ALEXANDBR. Cr
Sm~e with a bucket of water. g... ao as I a remeb A BANK THAm1
C a ty -ema^ttee Call. mothe was a fathful ser and r | coankgwapo
New mvuie Hwe' The Aehu ounty Democratle Chamberlals a Mohe Remedy, bt untre, to p, e i cplke
; Galeuvite is to have a new and up Kaxesutlve Committee is hereby called never in my life have I reallsed tt
|. aWM mlal house, to to conducted to meet at the court house in Gaines trr value until ow," writea Pref. THELE ARK
r T the AbrmeNMill Comp(ay la the vilUe o Thariday. April lth. 108. at H. A. Howell of IHewelie Amerim auo
*i. 0sga house block. directly oppoatt 11 o'clock a. *. The ooela sall School. Havana. Cuba. "0 the alight
the ptma ee fo the primary etecttie will be isued. of February 3rd our baby was take. T. m A1!
Mr. Jas. A. Abrams. saentor member ndldates anesed. etc.. and all mea- aiek with a very sever eold; the meat |I
1 f the mra. ha bes directly ateet hrs are ursed to be preaet. day was worse sad the foltowtlag
ga td is the maotl buiates for more DR. J. F. M'KINSTRT. JR.. Chm'n. ntiht his condltlon was desperate He
|, St years, drtag whteh time he U, H. 0 0IBBON; Sey. coudM aot Ite dow ad it was aee *
Saaed IM to .bslaties this city e "ary to have khm i the arms every n
.ad in Jaea1avtUla. and he t plad AIp aAne tla Wedleg momst Ev- t e la hM beltMag-
uamber of instrument ti the Was so,0ethig to be recorded to was dieult. I did net tank be wouM
o 9t Bmay of the beet peope o lthe iaas t hstnary. erbitae has live uati morning. At laat I taught
Wmui, ft. wkhic evee hi. aablit ty ees s owledgud the prateet of of my mother' remdy. Chaaertala-s *-
Uma aliemana Mr. W.. Hilll a for lier relators. A pMtive eur for Coigh i eme*dy. whb we ga e *ad at h
S Smaber of ryea' been IdsUaed blio headaehea. Omatianna eclMs aordedI prompt retf. sad now, three
t' I the dla tes rlaMee compass end fev. and all lhe c e platst. days later, Ie has fl y rewererd.
A tos ooseldeted a Me5eatg l Ipn I j. S litth. UitUe Reck Ark.. writes: Under the ctrcu'iamta I ulM *d n

.' t inte. Mr. Hill w.i have charge *"Heem as ti e s tst Evr aedl. heostate a oment to i ayNg that
the I e. or a ls*4e work. to the Ceoe nowa. Have used it fr yea Chambra's Cofgh tRedy. sad
e psolty of bashaa manager. It dome the work." SoMld by W. M. that ealy. saved the ae tf owr dear
tese w letaeu ha'e for t e at JohiMo. le bV."- For iat by all ndrtsts.
Stwo ma ths bee makts ireparstions ---e -.l----
i ad '* ta g emeetaoas with eonea of pme*ff es at oeweneo W0bed. gwerd ftr Osam e d
use lagesk t OaW a t repuable piano Nasflte. Toas Ma4 30.--At 1 JeaI retN. Ie, dat ar .- M0 r--to-
n organ mas-tearers, aose i-n oekch-k Prrl armlesng the pawoee ermer NB Bn3 Wrd br has saed
S rumeats they wMil h adle In Florida. iat It r,. T, ,uns *se etered by his ratW.Mary fr *e lnted S-tom
In addittoe to musical tstruments rs* uter itrlue at'b 6fcwN Oy. with ret.* at ** 'c t gla Deiutxrate ps*
they will be p Itok a line of pope i ul'rort' v.-.t 1lhe oKlJ toes ta mar %hjoe Are a bee Ino
lar prised sheet masite and m nutral cs *Ab 0* n .1&aIweto to *ratwB ea r n r e t)WAto amoru yreed 1e
publications, i 1 s c e, a to f heJa. late st-.',re J 3Bn. IH kn gs|.
We prkedic fwr this new Grm a ar o t ,,f I '.'-r av be (l troaw *y <,, t 'r.,, at beh ai 111 appl
cesfuhl .bu.ine career,.as bolbth getl .*t is-.e hb bees put leh W II Mtllt. of Jeok
mn am are rreAi' and easrratih. --- ...e.
sad ar and favo y known.a. -. ............... ". l
threaoum les C.Ot, :ee -e K,-a- n
P0I1. CUROED IN TO 14 OAYS4 a t Ltht bmea sa,. Everything fr
I 71a nwewa.n __ __ sa I Igea

eAZ') OINTMENT to gvArnatod Ito
cure many caseof lob" B UD&sd. 3ss
wa 4W Prl'Arud ingFe n t ddi
or weaeurea.d.Wl

bou 'a i t was spbI


J-MY SISTER #a*& om
me IO MNIssmmbs
kw fa"
EU ut. w w i-ti muchs wa~


bosswqki!*jw! to e"Ill atilt exniindtl N-Streit Davenpr
Pet eoullpinatien 1 s.d #**vtr oil red toi ttiwlImblic. Uphrol.!
1 natnetr--4IM saivi springs 'it --mmid back, making the
'41 youi can isniawriti. The 1nrit it, not like mother so-call.
-it it, (.41rijaletc.t
ip Chair, '%itis foot-n-st, i? ,isimpy y rfect.
) EXAMITNE TIMfM. sev..rAl aitfrfwnti styles on ex-
7y ramummalldI S-nd ordi or a curdl to
S, Aget, 103 East Masonic St.,
kol With Ii Mana14l44"of saphlaoin.at~y, euts ot al; n't it 4ylee,
iriem atndIall iflfoniiatjon 1ne4V~ary.

r MPLOYS4 thorvngh inethaadai iii M%-qry detail of
mids "Ioodfacllitie. ifor tim StnurJLactja,II aif mui J~iwop
ry ibm lji*raj am is ("lqatiixte with su'ctirity, andi who
,)Btouxcts cannot fail to win Im-imso~ anal conideam
SOME RtEASONS4 why we havee ovsr eWA)dqpwit
[Wio and momt than $101,0M.00

mossillis National Bank



(~)~1'A~ POT~il.-tIe riune otistY awwi beg.
at hnu*.-.saual to ('niAr. Hicikory -watn-
~ haa t"It l~w..q~

'el-L put 1X Is

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s's Ikw -Al.t Ae H-

WIIte fmo.e The traveling man's
Rates 42-150 wandup.


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James Harris of Clyatt came to the
lty yesterday for the purpose of pay-
beg his taxev.
Mrt. F. it 1 'lvut of C'i at' wa. In
te city y,. t rl.s abholpiit:, and a
guest of friend.,.
S. Spivey. ani ndutriou;s :arniur ot
Waindsor, was among those who spent
yesterday in this city trading.
D. 0. Roland, a well-known citizen
4f Newberry. was a business visitor to
Mie county nietrolKlis yesterday.
Friends of R. 11. Peeler are glad to
wee him out again, after an tilanoe
rith fever for the past few days.
A. T. tiuter of Waldo, Cbha. 8.
sar of Edgar, and M. 8. PoUter of
Ukanopy were In the city yesterday.
T. C. Holden and W. 8. Moore. two
prominent citizens of Hawthorn, were
among the visitors to this city yester-
Prof. Scott, of the Expelrimental Sta-
ion has returned from % tAt Florida.
where he ohit 1u attend a l.'armers'
hiatit ute
Monnro Venabli. the i~;iitl stores
operator .anid hluiiler lil.tiuihattiirer of
Archer, was a I)iuto,, visitor to this
('tTy Xt'. ,tl.tly
MIsd Josi tCailtol. o i of Mlca-
a .l| polpitilar Noiilkg lad 'es, was
a l Iilt thl>'r \\ht ) v,,'( il t'tl !;tlll llh

; *li h.ird- i t has returned from
p,)n t, n ii Ih. N rtli a; ,il \We. t Elhds,
wlI r- r I i,. i i, i ill thIIe I l, r '-t of
i. 1 ,niilil\d, ,' I, 'r lir i r ;
h l .orrv i, t.Ii ;i \ t: ir lI for
6 i4 illlh.- I %' i h. i r' Ihe w % ill re-
i iin il r 1 iii tl ito pI l i,.o l iar-
I t'il u I t n l ,, r, !' i) .' htni hravn
M i M t H .' ilv r- ls calltil to
Hll, S. ,i \' ,i tn a intl l of
til, il, ..- ,, r -i toi M r. li their.
l nii t I l 1 r11in l il th colln-

i9i0'r0 ri I th, r 1 i .I" l ut hIlr.
1f ri, o I ,li,|:o il t i o gl ieili clcoined
by ti,0. -i .' ,Il I Ilhat ,. 'ctlii ,l
iriion Lam\:>ti'\ Fruit S rii[i Is a new
,'ill' il1) a11 Ii:l rmi ut'iilt iu the laxa-
tVi* otuf fiortior ;*t. a.. % It does not
gritl.' o1 lnti;llI tt iii 1.4 Pleasant to
t ,ik. It li ;i;. k ,,d. J. W lt'-
1 4l''n & k *

,it I IN I el \ I loho h
\ t. ( t IA. I I Ih tI1l a g tlke tg
oa \t r .im l i \ tI'li.ta e, left
I ir li ', \,i 1. I ,.* tliite be i
oi to i< i it All o tiiiih Fhlrida.
S i l \.'hua, the


li 1 1
to, 1

I!',,. Arrod~do010)
''O III 111Ii N vii' o tl'
'of I l' i.104'tOhik.
*r ie iooiliii*,
I >oot o %,eitli ho~r

111 0tel
o .i to r~e~Mhr









The Greatest As-
sortment E ver
Shown in the

With every convenience for displaying and handling our immense stocks we are able to
conduct our business at less expense, to care for our goods that we have no old shop-
worn stock to show you. Plenty of light to see what you are buying, and not an item
-- -offered but what is full value received with a little thrown in. ---

We Keep Our Stock Moving!


Always Something New!

Enjoy the store-improvement everN where. Its growth is due to our
ducting this business. We are as mindful of the interests of the custo
little as the one who spends much.


Unusual Attractions Offered for

25 Ism 31150 luaehei Sheets
Moill Aft-, torn anti Lenike 1.a'
f6 mvl4'iit'II iofli ?S5tow................. ilt'
Lauiaieor Fruit of Loom. ba~eh
10 yartidfo fr .. .. S

Good kmowMobk
That imik iiiii m-t mt ~tenrm'at KI-2col.e
1 ~ ~ ~ $ 00ail orS
50 Pieces GoouIndlii.Li.
Wilrth )flo' y&M . x

50 roeesF 40-" hWhite Lawn
S I pedaloloivalii.
l6,4d1mv. 1fV4ur1V.,13 2 4I-oy. Y to1 . li

50 Pieces Eft, Fift 46.isch WhIte
Wort 1wyartl

lk'suiztifl elw.kos aM ail outi-a
oisinty sheeoir fabrk--iarm Iji cooloor*
Mew Value 'for .... .... s

Get Your Share
of the .*l',,,lidl Shirts we ar,. m wllihn! -it

43 and 79c Each
'ith t grett-i \% il ,A ,o''ver tolTroft I ttt ri'<.- i.k


A regular h)4t'-Iivit)( fiii'tihiil*v.
W 11%.i'* t'?aes % 'i~' ,~ e II 0 \ it '

kn~'e'e's the pr'iptr toix-hl and'
we bav hth'e p i'jries ~t hat it ~it ~I

Iii *I)e)I..

mos.t every day i' irei, u~~the ht-


SEE US----

I a

Whie resaad Separate W a m$ lr

Ireiis'su~u'44t4m'k. Stylvs varied awtl pjiivios4 lniveit.
( ir gsuodi :areo all nesw and of thes very hIato-t titu4.
I Mevod FMwR)

methods of con-


who spends

This Week

Taftfta Ribbrn
I lo t' I : o to-,' III 'itt

01i 1 lito-ro
Stbr Id

Silk cloves
%i t I -it it oo o~I 'I o, I I k 114 11 t e i tc

50 PIeces Cambric Emhruider

4 tmI voIed low i atm -A 'i It
'u.rth ils ~otoo Ilk,

. VYd

50 PiecesFinEe Cuk~rY
NVWo itlliqtoo 2icYard

VA*100 ill p tle2t *.41t(o


TO@l Phi a&W Cbhukd Whifte e
Wforthtll I'sp ooU -. yarol ISto

An Exhhibus f Ba~tfulW cand LUmNobe

in Ow Nok0war iy s ownht

No-w fixtuit' foir udipjplayingoir i~ um-lwiillO 4v K'1ko igh
lprice'P ouat id thie' (ue..t4lio ; w t.lieiwsay with prolitrs to
ptiiiiuiiitv t o pI ihier aicsataiiitunci. e. i:Com ticaw wel ous anti

to "slou't'YouI.

Knowing How

to Make a Bed


We Ea bulle

A. '~ V'8

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FIr *ol4hl

dialrtet. smd. like all .tbN
jirwort-amto pgwnmoj. to inmWu
^"Plds4t.n u bmol. which Is

of The
o( tbo

woo..o,e-? 3 W I'attan has rrturuaed
*i-aj ~Irpots In Kant Alarhus sadWest
louttatm abtr*be kale boaam swvoyf
"os.o. Sat%49 f-w P H. 1.1 Mr.
PAbeoAlo %fikestuat the ISUUmoft e
U.S.ihOnzin *hmma wood h& bet sm

he to.. iwi 'e a brok ono'sad pmobrn5. A tiedwill n oubt.14nuprame for lNo Anol'm., (mal. #fl.
"The tIkngs q( a IliagCKY -a, %e a fa" rnasoh. bas A Ia S Y W.they wl."10 $be&'th1drftureb %On&
A levls"mOwsold lep Into met l 0e1da iemn.who Is on 01eulemd.
pmegmis am sightanm w mm Afliot4 Il0ion trts~iit-Ownt ilt 11`4014ntw, Instl" edthe $MY uI I"
Qmkw g'bi um" rown~* MOf widthis city Y"e.5td-ui*or& usiaiRRm A myatril WO..11111111841 464 00000
Ta.. it will so*t. tha"mgOb"sti".a.it Ioftona~not*"$I me,rlb-- 08,*#4f...Iv hay* 0Pasee u..IO ..of (1.1MM
r*bkkw 001146s"d uvgeug"uY~ ('640111sr 'the OVIO41Stl Are the *III* for the Pastiwob yearo.. hehe
kuw Lb.The gnm S)@ b 8 yllow uwit.povt~s~h at I 4gi11.4 tw'Iaag et .'hirb Otim.11161 havO NNW* urn,
ufmp. 5. W. MeC.4lm & OIL IcOyvo "e tuos'ti'to p Iioowh5C1aaeAsld frbdII16*who tepsemlSaNeedslaiy tb6
-- -- - - I aUrifts,, eU,cII.oi oire#j m,4" j *p4.'iwturveb~ut wish them wtwh *.

- o a n in uwm w w -wm6- Mwo r mmd M rs.. 0 J Ofi ft of Im .p
rain it badly 606404. low md W. J. arms ewd ehave
Ifaws 15651.7of Mewbom it"n loomaft mw roeisomo bum,..
.smissoithtm. wbo soft& OW~dff 0 hm aha vdtia 6pMr smdMrs. it p
is', w051*t f *NOU14NIM l U1.lhf a s NW6 154 MWei l*.g'y .u"e
friend. UuI.061 1*is ors Ib hi.The pds" saw so 041d
be-a)k 1 wo* U0t6 ,P" 6"ha. hemObrSeSWU M sales ..of hors.'. ed04
a'.. fg GW. b" ~ a OmS be .gowoffib
Im" too all right masaw lo U. &mcM..of Debekum. She
W F,04 HI aMOm Ora SeerutMm ddmM& Prbspa .L4the Mv bmi
dagght" bibs Af1bW. 2f 90011f os. hvwe6the otW esofty
th.e Lnmt'f obsmb* 18 Ob dlu. bft boftg aw m himewemmwv
yIvvtv lv forthefr km. e ft OWN*& Ia do do"
4p. Wk 6Tbfo m i *NA0 ~. ft toimw-4dfI& w" ft
amm yftwsd. bee.'h "0 s e 00 h th O

chad. PSsomska wdh6ftos a vow IL Lm
ama-o of She u'mw am ft.4~
am*. w" wo" ingo a
&W- o r, ftb O W Vf
-w -oma m [o-m f GO

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bsk Jrj 0afrg ia, s k)oril Se I
#vi*jv0. ymr- Oak"f~. k o'5, p j~io be hiSb
fta& Upwaf Ip r-111' *w. ioe pethIW
- 6 1 dowupi 1AsIat wbvo~
woj@4,0 "m A h1Ili". od

rm -"No

. Better, Busier Than Ever!

feeil ait hom i nuss i thais DIep1't. A fpls'apure
f oiwvi IV 4i Poan)

"' '...THE B. W. HYDE COMPANY.. ';"

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Mr god ~ r Iit shnsi i lAbo0003SO or M10 M
rhblitoen&*, Is#*Ilaib'~oo s .S*aO01111" as &QWC f dom. 6 Is off
Ulme Sophie i'wbh. will imhoe this bad ___


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eesaame o ht OOee s aGsas ei.ris..
Siseesa-e.olas mall aster.
S. I. McCRCATY... ...Editor and Publisher.

S agSa 3. BUKTZ........ .... I..... y dltor.

M. PRwIWIT SupvaCoampoolsirRooms
a W. Main Street, S. TasLaossi 4&
Tim JDAi.T SI'N, iblished every morning. :
S pt M uday, delivyed by carrier in the city, or
called to any part of the Usited states, postage
vea, for$ta year; .24 ~ ksonthis; s1.2s threS
Athl;or"bo cents ', Ave weeks-strictly in
.d dance.
-loading notole la local column so cents a line
M at Insertion. and 5 cents for ech additional
S sertlou.*
S atee *or display advertising made known on

seTwice4-Week Hun Il an eight-pare, forty.
emmass papers published every Monday and
T-ursday, and coqtatne all the news of the
Week, local, State and general, and will be
killed, postage free, to any i-zt of the United
SIbtesor Canada, for Vs.ooa year-in advance.
All advertising hills become due after Iret
peasmsce of advertisement, unless otherwise
allplated in contract. Parties not knows to us
0. be required to pay for advertising in ad*
Me.. Address. TiE DAILY AUN.I

What will Governor Froward do for
a "map" In his race for the United
States Senate?

Yes, you are doubtless "overlook-
Stag" as many things as ever if you
are not reading the ads.

Price-cutting In advertising-if It is
emphasized and blazoned and relter-
ated through advertising.

If Galnesville grows in population
within the next two years as It has
I the past, we will have a town of
10,000 In 1910.
Hon. D. U. Fletcher, candidate for
', United States Senator, is by far the
S hndsoment man in the race, and the
peer of any man in the State in Intel-

Over In Pensacola a man unearthed
to an old trunk a roll of bills aggre-
gating $500. which he put away thirty
pears ago and had forgotten. It to
Wae to assume that he had never been
engaged In publishing a newspaper.

,, Hon. W. H. Milton of Marianna has
been appointed V. I. Senator to suc-
oeed the late Senator llryan. Mr.
Milton Isa a good and true nuian, and
In him the people will have a faithful
4 Mad able repres.eitntatle In the Senate
S or the next year.
Larkin Cl.evelaud stlvceeda J. T.
Stabbi as editor and owner of The
DeaFtnlak iI'ral. the latter having
S been Incapacitated by a recent attack
O paraly*inh. The Sun regrets the cir-
mi tmtances which necessltate Mr.
t. tubbe' retirement, but welcomes the-
new editor to the fraternity.

The express companies. who are
trying to pose before an innocent pub-
l0 as reformers. deserve no special
credit for refusing to accept "jugtles.- U.n-
created." for transportation. To those
who will atop to consider. It can read.
Ily be seen that "jugsa. uncrated." can.
*ot be piled-iand space is a mighty
valuable Item in expres ears.

As will be observed by referring to
the poitUtal announcements In this
issue, the friends of (I. L. Taylor of
i*' Falser pre.,'ut him to the Democrats
of Alachua county as a candidate for
j the J lasalature Mr. Taylor is well
quall0ed for this olter, and It him the
people would have a man who would
S be true to the trust reposed In himt
S About the only luter-t mantfeted
S to county oiiUres so far I tuin the con
teat for bh'rilff- but wait untIl all the

esmdidates alleaIthe' field. mild the'al
I will 1w ealfwrtom nto.da e -e...'Itr -eni~ces
N anid lbhe ('11''t w % ltoi,14un 14 I cit, 111"k 1
will b ay* slis rt ol C. Iim ij
onnat lbett .. an'i out e'r ut t Pi 011
T fvllow s ht)iilulh'-u thq- t


Ilop the Duke kif the' Abruisi and'
I jiiu Kikimas will findout tpre'tty uemm
ahtether the)- aro engamiA ThIq mip

Mow's TWiO
\\4 off.ier On- lleoindr-A 1I l'..er4 eo

't 1w' qvitrui 1 11tI'-. Cl.' t!rb Ciurv

al'1'e titrr r.' it P'lie al',cb un.
the.it it! i I.. t. ettetwii ral-Ii.. btit Iall
jjqIo l e.V T'Sit -1 th %IeIA tuiej"'0. 4 !" .1 1. W .1% IrC)\ w h I. \A I'd ntRtlt ,
kllou hi a~ i t e A I it J I h I eki .'. i g ei r l
fit o bit o~t c-ir- ot rci wA Ilt t I't, inst. 11* 1 ,1 At~e r. .rc i. tact 1 !ethO 0
bas 11lmci-4 ALAchna mlit the %or% frnst 111 s. ia.t'as*r.( ot ti-the' txiokdA &V
PAU S*lt Zl&N119 dltkb'41geIIAI nit ..eniturmtrvui t l"I ign)* .TOW.1
of Th %RrIMIC tt-tti Sk eI t1" all ..ltaxmgwts
i-rd. I: et. ff~i~q ~' ht amige Tube' 1W3 *v FxvU VlleiZ. Lt cesti.

T a" are many a pM la o
action with Baster, and dl coMut
has a custom of celebrating It peculiar
to itself, but while fteh varies, they
all unite to observe the spirit of
springtime, and all Christians rejoice
that the ILord of Life forever won
victory over death. Among the many
quaint superstitions Is the old Aryan
one which typifies the return of the
sun of springtime by a golden egg-
eggs being distributed at the early'
equinox by priests t') strengthen the
hopes of the people that the bleak.
cold days of winter might soon cease
and a brighter time enaue.
The Persians believed that the earth
was hatched from an immense egg on
Easter morning; the Aryans aiso be.
lived the sun to be a large golden
egg which was constantly rolling near-
er to the earth.
With the Jews, says The April De-
lineator, the egg became a type of
their rescue from the land of bond-
agoe. and In their Feast of the Pass-
over eggs occupied a conspicuous
place in the services. It was their
connection with the latter that finally
caused them to be used by Chrlstians
the world over in celebrating Easter-
the egg of resurrection Into a new
life, bringing a message of life from
death, as it were.
The Tyrolese Easter egg is similar
to our valentines, for besides being
most beautifully tinted they have, In
unique lettering, mottoes representing
appropriate wishes for the recipient.
The priests of Italy bless all eggs
brought to service on Easter morning.
and each person 'carries his back
home, where they are placed on a
kind of altar arranged for the purpose,
surrounded by lighted candles and
often flowers; then each member of
the family and any guests abiding
with them, eat one of these holy eggs
as a safeguard against disease and
danger. They are hard-boiled before
being taken to church.


Few persons are aware to what ex.
tent the ral',ing of chickens is carried
on right here in Gaineaville. A visit
to the residence of Mr. Geo M. White.
201 K, Arlington street. disclosed the
fact that within three blocks of the
court house, on a lot 40 iy sO feet.
is a poultry plant that would .do
credit to a ten-acre farm. On this
small piece of land are quartered
three hundred head of chickens-
ranging in ages from one week old up
to the laying ltIn, and perfect health
reigns everywhere. All are contented,
and there is no Interferene'u of the
grown fowl with the little' chick. In-
cubatore only are used In the hatch-
Ing of the chick, which insures a good.
healthy one at the start. In addition
the incubators (four in number) are
at the present time filled with eggs,
making a total of eight hundred now.'
In Incubation. The industry 1-< % -11
worth a visit. and a half hour can
be well spent Inspecting the same.

In this Issue of The Sun will be
found the announcement of 8. H.
Wiengeas, who atplrra for re-election
as clerk of the circuit court of Alach-
ua county, which posltlon he has held
efficiently for the past four yeass.
Mr. Wienge las so well and favorably
known throughout Alachua county
that comment jit this time is unnece
sary. The Hun believes it cau say
with Impunity that he Is not only the
mnoet universally known, but the
strongest man Individually In the
county True to his frieids aud '
trust, nou more popular mlan than Sam
Wiener ever lived within the border,
of the bst county In the twhat Stute'
In the t'unioa, and It would be absumrd
to Ip*'dict anythia but ove'rwhelmi
Ing auc'ass for hi. rrtuailnatieon



."I 0 e

Q J.FWN6 M Pa.krk .vs.. tewIebCiw. UI .

Amd e. beat p s WV.


By Herbert J. Hapgood.

Too much whip is bound to make
employees sore and am ever-shifting
office force is often made more con-
stant by a radleat ehange at head-
quarters. They say you can lead a
borne to water bat you can't make
him drink. Just so a severe call-down
repeated so often that it seems like
rubbing it in. accomplishes little or
notbng in the way 'of actual results.
Unleui- the manager is popular and
well k Ahl the call-downs in the
worldM .Ie i sounding brass.
I Tr& yt happened to overhear a
oonu iou" between two salesmen
belongiag to different firms.
"How pumy book-keepers does your
house emnployr' asked the one.
"Three." said the other.
"Great Scett, how'a that?"
"That's easily explained," was the
grinning answer. "We have one on
hand, one coming, and one going."
This is where I Intruded upon the
conversation, and by Interviewing this
salesman I saw plainly enough that
the office force was sore, and constant-
ly so, under the lash of an overstrict
and unpopular manager.
"Why don't you get a new manager
If your present one can't do anything
with the force?" I asked.
"Well, he is a member of the firm
and one of the original stockholders,"
replied this man, who said that he had
twice refused desk jobs with his house
on account of the distasteful methods
of the office manager.
There Is no doubting the fact that it
pays to buy out a manager of this
kind at almost any price. He will do
more harm in checking the ambitions
and crippling the efforts of the em-
ployees-not to mention the loss
caused by frequent changes and resig-
nations-than he would be worth even
if he were an Ideal manager.

Among the announcements In The
Sun today will be found that of 8yd
L. Carter, who aspires to re-election
as a member of the Lower House.
Judge Carter, who in one of the ablest
lawyer and most forceful speakers in
the State, served his constituents well
last term, and ill1 no doubt receive
a good support during the coming

The ad. that nmot people will read
first today Ia that of the -tore who"e
ad. In the last Iswne of this paper was
the most Interesting one In It!

%asy nan iwho suffers with nervstia dishlt9.
lOM o rat ural power, weak baok. tfainir
neravury or deficient mabood. brought 8i hi
esceats. dliaipation. unnaturfl dralns or the
follies of rotth. waym c re e mb as boam
with si ape pruVcrilpuO tbat I will gladl.
end tr*. I sai ln ealed en elo ,$ to san
Was who wil write for it. A. K. Roblsom.
4M I uck uldinig. LIetrolt. Michigan.




A. M. Cushman, Ag't,Gai

Dr. Waldo Offers You the Highest

Grade of Dental Work
At prices within the reach of everyone. None but the best materials are used.

Speak With Any of His Patints and See What They Say.

L.00......... .... .. ... Gold Crowns (lk)................... 1 .00to$ll.00
1.ou........... ........ Bridge Work (per tooth). ... .. ....... i O to 10.00
0 .c ..... ... ..... ....... Porceilln Crowns ..................... 0 t 10.00
BsOO to$ 0 ....... ............. ........ Plate W ork .............. ..... 0 00to $ .OO
11.00 u ................. ... .... .... .GoM .li g .... ... ...l............. ..... 8... OD up
6oo and l ..uo........... ................. lver Flla .................... .. .. 00 up
S0o and s1 .e................. ....... Cement rtiloiw ......... ... .... 1. tos o.00
0o ........................ ......... Painless Itra tion .......... ... .... ..... $1.00

Teeth Extracted Abseltely PaMies, 50c tooeeth. ExtractiM
---Free Whe Other Work is ---

Dr. eo. S. Waldo's Gainesville Dental Offices
Gramim i, East Main Street N.

JTheDutton Bank I
e u on an


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N. R. Thomas,
T'rc'ldtId ei.

C. W. Chase,

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) end Vi
I B. D

:. Broome,

lnt'as that (XtIe.4

itf(P C P ramma

H. F. Dutton,
C. W. Chase.
J. G. Nichols,
J. A. Maultaby,
S. J. Thomas,

u,* .- '...... I 5iU AI 1. wFp1 C. K. Broome,
. Turner, A~t .W. R. Thomas,
and Cashier. ..... W. L Taylor.
piiii~1 ifti Aft oaopopoo


furatehat regaudlaa lasndsi
A 1. At 61'UA C () *T Y


Fin%.Accitk-nt. ilurylary
aIet 1Icndemnlity liitItMiie'
All Ib hea~a A-wmenl mrica ese &adrglls
coueim'aet rvrewavnted
.F.. K.VOYI.F. V. Flit. 4er Boil11 'ie'.

Ask for liot
Fant Flori la Telephnme Co.
-Long Distance System-

Any Q'muatity-Any Time
a ll either phone.

r~U.I~ ~. ~ HAMFFO


.A..'s .INSURAN (.



Fire, Life and Accident

Iz, th.- nidve rd b



policy are paid, ad
LI have something with
h to begin allover if
property, real and per-
I, goes up in smoke.

Deeding Prompti-

nesville, Fla.

AAA ALAM M igh m ME--




MWA L IA 11- ----

,,. . ..

Stares many a family in the
face when house and bomee-
hold effects are licked up by
the flames. A little economy
here, a little saving there
ain the remiums onl aood

m m ......

It wL

MW w WWAOr MW W Ob Ab db V %0 4"


of Variolu Places of Worship,
'Where Those Desiring May Attend.
Services will be held at the churches
this Sabbath as follows:
First Halptist Church. Rev. S I .
Rogers-S-Sunday school at 9:30 a. mi.
Preaching at 1N: 0 a. i ; subject "Ra-.
tionalism. It Y i' 1'. Juniors at
3 Senior., at ;. 4., i,. m Preaching at
7 '7, p. in .ulije,(t, thilng GCkood to
Thos-.. ho Journeyv With Us."
First l're.sbyterian Church. Reyv
Thos. P. IHay-Pre aching at li):30 a.
i ; subject "Our Hirthday." Sunday
school at 3:30 p. m. Preaching at
7:30 p. m.; subject. "Our Vow to the
Advent Christian Church. Rev. Jan.
Lepe-Sunday school at It a. Im.
Preaching at 10:45 a. m.; subject,
"The Cares of the World." Preach-
ing at 7:30 p1 n.: subject, lDid Christ
1)I, in Vain '
First M.thlodli:t C'hur Ih it..\ T .1
Kixon-Sunday school at 1.310) a. n.
Preaching at 10:45 a. m subject.
"Church Membiership." Junior League
ufr 2 ",' Seilo)r l :wit.ea : ;it o'cltk 'k
i'reaching in the ,'\ning at 7:30
S'((ick (;Gomid n .,ic oy i', the- choir at
f',ach ,rt ict' 'he Sunday school
t- aclhrs art, r.iI>ueht.d t( lmeet the
'bi t'l'priitetliil'clt at ti ('he r.ie at 9 1."
'11t. u.,Ual ', r ic s \ ill ii b, held alit
lHoly Trinitvy E;I',ial Chutrch. Re'
1' I ('rm ai ill. rector
At St 'atrick's Catholic Church,
K, v. P .1 Lynch, there will be mass
at 1i oclhii'k a in, and devotion of
the Holly Rosary and Benediction of
iacrralielt a:t 4 p 1ni.
There % ll ehe a n union Sunday sbchool
wtass-en'et'tlng at the, First Iaptist
( hurch MoNloila. e',e niIng at 7 t.o. when
.n address \Nill eet, d' eli rrredl liy Mrs.
M! F ltryner field d workTr. and to
cchich a cordial imn tittiin i eixte'nded
tii all, e.- '('idally Smu .il:: :chool d teach-
* r aild l11 -

And rt rnieniler the'o. nt? ttime' )th1
uffvr Ifrom lelti :eiu-edloy vdampii
%tather- *%%hen n:r ht-ad i early

Snove LhInimotlt PIt f!111ccr.e you. A
reimnileceit Im -i c'-,:,imi ()f Hiempli-
i-'ertei l'Xim -. 'r. !.1i hAm' ItasI
mta L'r4 Aitiff- r, r f-!rm rh''i- atikni
1 1ii.~re! I im; j, I.i-caii to 5ttV
t:t i t n,,% I amn !,-Irtii t4'se cofli-
i Iiint, I ro I H.ko thie to your


A Pcavizint Phcysic.
Whe Ii I act ja .l1 'Kilt phyaic
ge.echit ni r In a 's 4ta .it Lavid iUver
Tablets a trial rii-%:ire nilld and
pe'ntlt' In their ac-ciiic and aiw ays pin).
dace a ple'a-int cathnrtic- effect. Call
inv drug -titer, for a tree sample.


The Carolina-Port-

land Cement Co. has

just found the walls of

a house plastered 25

years ago with "Acm

Plaster" to be in bette

condition than a house

ntxt door that


I six months

an rnimtation

.ii I


asx uat it.


S. J.Thomas Co.

A PleaMnt Mpeting Waq Held at
Methodist Parsonage aitursay.
The Childrens' Brigade of the Home
.Mission Society met at the Methodist
parsonage Saturday afternoon. The
meeting was well attended.
After devotional exercises. conduct-
ed by the president. ,Mis Mary Floyd.
reports were made b) the four com-
panies of their work for the month.
Delightful music was given by Eva
Futch, Omera Mclleath, Elinot Nixon
and Mary Floyd. and recitations by
Rebecca Padgett and Mamie Gracy.
Refreshments of cake and lemonade
were served by the lady manager.
Mrs. T. J. Nixon. and the the ehil-
dren enjoyed games on the lawn.
An unexpected treat was given to
tne children by Mr. Budtsgton. who
came along with his automobile, and
In four trips gave the forty children
a nice ride. The little folks were de-
lighted, and they all think Mr. Bud-
ington Is a splendid man.

The Singin' Skule Beginment.
[I artwell (Ga.) Bun. March 6.)
Of all the fun-provoking exhibitions
ever seen in our city certainly the
Singin' Skule Ieglkment took the top
crust off the cake. Anything like an
adequate description of it would be
imnpo sible. It would take a page of
The Sun to do Justice t9 It. "it was
Just splendid." That sla the universal
alpreciatkim. It was so highly en-
joyed that a repetition was demanded
on Saturday night ond the Begtlnment
ias again greeted and applauded to
the echo by another rousing audience.
Financially It exceeded the most san-
gulne expectations of the devoted
daughters of the Confederacy, under
i hose auspices the entertainment was
given. The Daughters and the ladies
and gentlemen composing the forty
actors who appeared before the foot-
lights with such splendid histrionic
ability not only gave their Ume and
talents to the occasion but each &ad
every one of them paid the full ad-
nission fee!
Mrs. T. M. Rillingsley. the director
under whom the oopyrighted play was
so successfully presented with only'
four nights' practice. Is the only South-
rn lady who has direction of the
Singing' Skule eglnment In the United
States,. and In a Daughter of the Coo
federacy. She Is a noble woman with
great tact and ability, and her work
im highly appreciated by the Daughter*
of the Confederney and by our people
She made score' of friends to Hlart-
well who will Intg remember her.
Mrs. rilllitsiley has Introduced The
Ripglai' ikule Ileginment successfully
In cities in Mississippi. Tennessee.
Alatama. Florida. (Georgia. and el.e-
where. and the play has had a phe-
nomnenal run In the Northern sad
WVstern States. J

A Convince





D~r. SAIboIrsud oft t~h~'Ie e~te'ur Insmtitute, Pari..
Francet (ask your doctor ~imaiit hitu), htoculate'd
it rabbit with human dandruff germs, and #'in
btLetwmn five and isix week%.," saiys the report of
the Pawleur Insttitutw', "the rabbt, vo~warnVomplete-
ly denudett, in fact hall bcvonee entirety bald,"~
Thii4 experiment lprovese that (land rut Insa con-
tagious diteentee d ti. to the promnemeo f a mic'ro-
hic grcath in the sebceoun glandnp of Mhe scalp.
It also proves that unlesan the formation of
dlandruff is stopped by d.ostroying Uao dandruff
Worm. Ma~t It will lend to falling hair and in-
curable' baldness.
Trice'only3'safe remtedy the intelligent wu'.of'
which will absolutely kill the' dind rccf 11gern ie


h5I ici islg*lo VI''e 11111. '- hue'li w (1"oi -111 S' J ."'mce'
Ii.' rc'ger i.,i ies'hiair. tie' et 1)0 I1' NtOW jeioou in e~its" d, li e' s't
ie iie eew, i'to thim- w l wi'' uee *l a h ir rc'isceiy
I a.1 111he eho i~'tcir i n.4 ,ii-gecteii O Iwti Al4 that11ef,0 SC 1 1 e J110i
iilittle' %eirm- itush it *" cthe.'d.ay q'm I I yoll arn, ill
i ill' M.111 8t.111 1i r t e Sea'hAi aecullet1-1it Iti l l, Iec el el .f Youi
,1411.h i 1'. 1 441100 nhu 'tt~l~t t le it I''' t1' ii"iiIl, er 14t w"
ye-k eeccutirly I qe'e'l'iiho a t sen, i14,r 9 heir eeaelth Ii ud lwronn.
is I apimwArowivee, hmmW tt' ls' wAvow their I im r, aneelNsewlin)'"
I Ierjcedie'eA eel. leuA th i ea t)fo itt lek. ifts'j. acitd ille a Vesry
plealelled te111lelecet.

It is the tirat scisatlic HA! Rk-SAV KR, san it is growinet vesemedeerfeaiiyn plm~elarity. It iaets 1,y eimterey ilag tiles'111Y
vep tble growth liethe mslp ii h. eanetirgeel mn') a*ter w hichltlit iice eer Aill *grow to55 uti ntivi'Iie'iee $ ilt s I, tI I ip 1101 (itse
the reniedjham lmvn delaed t- I teia ee. hementieme'r tOwtthoe eateer~iatl' K'flt may heo jlanlel etintow' ee'*ip ssee',tIesicr
yeeue beore Its prswsnte is eeiste'in--. Theefirsot itijery i dis lclluie -1r) eirt"a. or eov'uiti'e' esilhieesew, f''lieoeebl key 4lce-
lImfluleitchineg wall). and dmolly fatlbu asuiir.
WWcI cal op eesehinetowari i.e 1114' tlic eaildrefIF-iW enesl ithlt tille1#' If''steessie.Itfaues eeu''ethis us cle
Jm4t will bee uesaileed free, spoll ye r'~eet, to thewe 's' owien 'i c1tatiepee eel eolel~im, eor reelely, to TkvH ur' icis.'5,tie (!.j itsroilt,

A id Repert
'.'Befoe using ilerpiehle I was constantly annoyel
by Itching of twhe calp and tan.Iruif Cran ff in large
esoalk erlw tih I combed umy hair. I have umel une
botte of Newbro'is Ilerpiek4 amid thee itchlila me'llation
Is owr and ulanirliff i almost a thing of thee |lJt. 1
ha been troubled with deadrniff miani years "
ewark., N. J. SHitnAl, AtTHUR J. h K*rYIN.



hamumisIt faSthsr
el use1 tiiela italo ver sice,. I cane weetemqw terlili Is'
years av. Own'lee aI van tie. us. of your Iie'rpeit-4e'ie sim. lnt
iliat timiee I ale'iee'nt lem.n truheimb wWilh tliei i lit, lpant,
111141 aseui.as 111t AR iter~y NO r'i~eansmit lf.e 4-11". i'ei itivies,
I lake' jeleasuert, aresiii nviii eneesne11INg lleerlsiel Iuf)teOill 11e-4ee
nilee' on' trieeale's11 il iti:11811.1r'eI', e
~cati', ~'aehc'ionesi, IF W. --,I- \Tt)N.

nel Is inr le j AaIii i eermto .I lerpac el io-l w o .'te- t
h ir ta t n.I hav. Xig,r ommi. I IH". VI vi mottlem' I % 'idoll

(Imbrout"" 4Usder 00 Pm "Athd i'eEAol jeof a), IWA 00114 10 %ips
Two Weue, We and 11140, at drug stores. Insitalupon Horplelde.
O."m I** In 16"Wa folq o Itoollow'5*. (fl."*I. f'e L Doloms. Mich

J.I mr~Wm A Met SpoW Aguts
wl'qseseM ofpe~lwalat A" 69 se e69o -espel ilkegal~l

Ptsesant FIlhing Party.
Ta4aN. March 8.-O4)n laot Wed
miwi WaIU5i "W .l iR ePu*e un and

now" moringl ev. miitrun ai m i
This production will be preeeated at party *I frteda gathered on the banks
the opnira house in Galnesville. under of Wmburg tor a Sah try.
thee auspices of the 1. Y. P. 1. of the Aft' several bours' fshlug Rev.
lBaptist church on Thursday evening Satrm L fortuate sie,
April 2?td. .. .. aeght a tMom-.1 1roet wib1

iven Up to Me. A m- e3wo a day wAs sOpea
n Spleel. 104 N. Virgala 1t..'L y al, evero e went aay ftel
. an Iaste. Ibd., writes: "PFor verve ta EM f ea hd p. TaeoM toI ear
years I was troubled with kidney sad tably s o pa OWr people tO M

bladder affeeticise which .~s" a
much sVale and worry I 1d1011
and was all rum dowa. amd a youMW e
hea to abeaudom work eutirely. I had
threq of testboL dPhydlavsa who did
m nogood and I Was PnIse9toal
Iglees up to dMe Foley's KJ~ey Cure
*was mv~eemmooded and the first bottle
ga% pt a reat rfelff. "dsad fto
tibs' sree*oedbottle I was tim g
cred WhyFnot let It help you? J.
W. Mie-Callum & Co.

Flshwng Party IReweri
Ttp fishing 4tY. ooMPuistog WiUb
C E'e'Iie It R (OLMM. j I Pr'ernau
%Ir' 111 mith thee latter from ?Wt~ot
It'oee. ii ca-b haw* refurvied friin OWf
)ar,,'-k shoe?. Ibpy hav, eeis-tor
C' v-5tO (fthree-" etail. 'na failo.I
ita -i letting cr11'

o e, r.'t kn,,e &V14 I&* wond
Cot' 'r a 15"''C .es"T V

b'MM16'id te 5555 rIh

is W'*se Pebaw j 11*t
Fr m. 4 I-soas OW

who are looking for a good time and
plenty t eat,. for It ls the gaI&en spot
of the world. M Rt. A. H. KMICIISON

Netlie to Out 0CMemer&.

Li w a


Had a Pkleae
The puplle of the elath grad..
(laineevlle Oraded mW High & ehuol,
partlelpated ID a drUg ide and plewno
to Collar Park ad I er plants

wAe art pluaemd to amnioes thc.tl the vietoit of N"Mm wemk iatsr-
v.ol.e, IfHuuvy a&d Tat for coughis. 4
ommm and ins tugLnble. io out $I ecT M d WI ? st m dISNOW hr. K
by tMe NAt kial Pmvrnefoodand 1)r',. wtm. isedw d M ., to
,4W ail It rontalins so Oplates or otbef wham 00SOW 80 U ml., bao
barmful drugs, and we roeommen4 Is5
"Ia"to;efeo r'*M fman -----------b4 ba-------

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Women's Plain lack Hose, media
weights. double heels and toes.
Box of six pairs for 72c.
men's Plain Iack Tam and Gay
Cotton Haltf Boe, double soles,
beels and toes, light and medium
Box of six pairs for 72c.
Se Men a Cotton Half Hose, black and
tan grounds fancy printed ag
urea In white, red and blue, med-
J lum weights, double soles, heels
and toes.
.. J Box of six pairs for 72c.
S- Chiltdern's RlajE Cotton Hose. rib-
bed, light and heavy weight.
doublee soles, heels ani toes.
Box of six pairs for 72c.

These latest creations of the
French modintes are of the Gains- R11 ( ATAIAa E HPRER.
borough type---a revival possibly due
to their effectiveness with the Em- Bend for our big Spring and 8um*
pire frock now in vogue. There I imer Catalogue, 450 pages, devoted to
also the so-called "Huguenot Boa* thousands of Ma y bargains--bar-
net," with hig round crown, britm gains In wearing apparel. housefur-
turned up harply on one side and a
plume or buash of grUo s waving nlshinl requisites, etc. Mailed free
aloft. The "Charlotte Corday" Upon request. Write to-day.
shape s back shala and is shown la
lace and neta. leatbers are little. R. H. M ACY & CO.
used-even ribbon is not as con-
spicuous as usual; It is a season of NEW YORK
lowers and follaKoe tued In masses.
One especially striking example wad ____ __ _..___7___
a cerise hat oiverord with green model n blue has red ol.
leave. and mornlna glorles In va. ftcnll model In blue ha red aol-
rious shadows of tmaove and ver lar and cufts braided with black and
panne velvet and silk. tte markings t lined throughout with red silk.
In the bel of the bll f flower exactly i. The most Ipopular thing In neck-
ulated by wodgte-shaped tucks. wear at the moment In Parls it a
This. il emphatioally a kimono narrow band of fur worn around the
hr. ad everm sort orgl armmnt- throat and tied at the back by a how
yer. and every tort of garment of ribbon. A spring adaptation of this
smueth ipmoItt sasnt of sI without fancy to a ruff of closely pleated not
much Appael t s of i o Intuent : ca-, standing sti fly out all around in the
waists, gowns, wraps atd litat er Ilisabethan fashion and tied at the
The genuine Jaanane kimonon are acltok, A recently Imisohl- e novelty
always lovely in their utwenty oft Is a collar of real lriEh lace of the
worknianskip anid coloring. One tepth and shale( of the ordinary
omewhort modhil and codlol'whih we Itarehed linen fold collar, with the
have recent y 'iAmon olI of the ic 'Inner band made of linen to gl'e the
have recently woon inono of the becesary support.
large shops makes a *harming ne'Kl- b5CtU5ry support.
gee or toe In tale blu.t or pink. emi-flt.d, NEWS OF CiTi AND
with bands ofr lOi ,eae flowered ikk COUNTY CONDENSED
around the .pit. .Irwn the front And

Charleston. 8. C., March 28.-Sea
Island market: Receipts, 3 bags; ex-
ports, 60 bags; sales, 60 bags; stock,
2,457 bags; market quiet; fine, 865c;
off color, 32c; No. I tinged 28c.

A B*by
Should be sunshine In the home, and
will be If you give It White's Cream
\ rmifuge, the greatest worm medl.-
oL e ever offered to suffering hu-
manity. This remedy is becom-
ing the permanent fixture of well
re. glated households. A mother,
with children, can't get along without
a bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge
nla the house. It is the purest and best
medicine that money can buy. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.

Summons Not Properly Served.
New Yort., March 2q.---TRegard1ng
the litigation by w'hloh James F.
Hanjigaln heIti to collect $2.)00 from
the Due dif (,'alns fnt r clot.trca wu'D-
plied him in Iund()n and Prls,. CIty
Cturr Justicel (,'lWan has d bhe suminonib in the. sult trail not bei'i
properly .i r\s. The iprxwesa sTrv-
er said he t-.niil vn It to those dlut ,,
but the latvr dl'arpd in an affldavit
that the isum!t:ins had been w-rved on
his rout'1n. Pit'on I.ouis de Co mnitake. T'h duke Is now In E'-_
roj e.
For Diseases of the Skin.
Nearly all diseases of the skin such
as eczema, better, salt rheum and bar-
bers' Itch. are characterized by an in-
tense Itching and smarting, which of-
ten makes life a burden and disturbs
sloep and rest Quick relief may be
had by applying Chamberlain's Salve.
It allays the Itching and smarting
almost Instantly. Many cases have
been cured by its use. For sale by
all druggists.

Parents Make Final Appeal.
Albany N. Y., March t8.-In their
fi' sipptIAl to .ave their son (Chtert
trom the deat aheiir at AwbwnW piNoOS
aest ,-ek. for the murder o hls
sweelheart Orace u Bwu. Mr. ad
Mrs. Frank Gthlltte are In Albany oS
a cooAfrnee with Ooveror Huui,



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Startling New Model t In MMey
The generall Poewdsm ef the
Kimono Kffeot-Metd esigs
and Mfateals to Wor lee--
Motor Coat fos t w prtec
There have been rimels to the ef-
feet that the pre-- t etravmgat
colffure was to be abated, at the
rows of stit puts m d brain whKb
may be boukt "by t w4
to be dlsrc d dand Mit a V4r6 to
something r blnM a -ature was
again to preov. The true @t this
rumor would seem to be eetuall
disproved by er teMw rmI" *ata,
which, with their towrtg. rownas,
surmounted by veritable Sewer gar-
dens, and wide drooping brims to"
preserve any sort of balaem eall ln
peratively for the supporting masses
of hair.


Board of Trade Banquet.
Americua. ;a., March 28.--Arrange.
ments were concrlmloi i Tiursday
for tihe annual banquet of the Amert
cum board The ocrasion marks the close of an-
other year of ,iervp'sful enrld vor 1,.
on the pirt of t.is organlzatkm,.
which is doing muinh for A-mericus.
cmmHercai3 T n hudii n .1 t,,, e. In.
eluding ii.tiiigillt > ,* ,t, ai ilH
attrid 'hrf i nrl':Ct.

No Case en Record.
There is no case on record of a
cough or cold resulting in pneumonia
or consumption after Foley's Hion' I
and Tar has been taken. a& it iltI
stop your cough and break up your
cold quickly. Refuse any but the

serine roley's Honey a

n ithe o wvt an d a brad Wanted. drs for mberAellow package. Contain n oate
IIu cord muhau it at the waist Wanted. Ordvrs for Lumber-Any. y` Man Florida Howbold Will and is safe and sure. J.W. McCollum
line. I one living in Oalnesville or vicinity a Co
Man) ouf the now rowns are made who Intends doing any building inu the Find The O ...
lth a watotenoat. ani for Ihis pur- near future should order their lumber Tillman Muet Take Long Rest.
pose are UMal very bntitful trnm,- at once. Pur the next thirty days To have the p s and ch of a Aui>.t. (:C. March 2N .'',-
tluhue amionr wiv h ar.s cnpleuon a tn e Bdok lal .i r Coinpany will sg e ter back removed; to be entirely tree 'nt IW t c',llctl laIcate tha* I i-
br.riewithratlan l trs before inovin thr om annoying. danrou urinary dlt- Sen tir lIen TtlhtIan atl t ..*
degd Novs, lwtar.tS l'P an )ivhe1 mill further frui toni When tder Ir Ordersis enough to make any kidneyti 4rtarn bao W. tingtoL irn
K alau i t ualan aId ing addrHsa P. O. tlo0 1t12. or call ~ iarer gratrulL To tell how this .an rtv a ,, r
Houmantla es brtiAelottw Sonme of Ikwk's reeiden(ce over att 'Fhrllda great change can be brought about _________
thee- little ve fri mluadle filoa cre- 'pt'oe Iock umt.r C('mipany will prove cotortUng words to bun- God Liniment.
tonne an ideo1W.iJ erronne. otlf ith P G; SampmMi of liardnA'An a dreds o rkGood Lini rmeat.
afet pIoalbi. 4luality wtuY ro w rl traAtMlian g bhuilttic i n this **iet oe A. Oertlug.a an. of419 i setrL You will hunt a good hl,. t, ;r,
clt)ted fr Croa-(etitl ch etwroidler) In th,, Ilul- the grtat fr,,a,, of I. t6., probably sys: "Proml ay experlece with to Chamlberlln'a Liniment as a c r,
gartaa d* uM* aaJ olniorning o Doa'a Kidney PUo I a stroa4gy for mnatlalr and rhbeanaic in r,,rn
triag-lred great amount of skill and add die. Fhtwida hWst & a magnificent grn of a good amedlee for the kidneys. the muses. It is equal:> aluable f,,r
tledtloa to a 9wy nlaile o lmtume. and homent at Ihmrdman After this y compahlat ind backache lame bark and all deeps'ated mn..,1
States, givria the lona stralght f raes his o.lratioms. ahit yet te mea= d m M#s tla I forar pa hs. 35 and SOS-oet si t*' for
froat llaea. are e1` o6 S0aN) of the ten t i hae unot been so larwg. but y W la M a USe wtby sale by all dnwgists
*ew gowas, tal k ombraeMer s sad boa%., ar of ttr y la, rest and most sucr.ssful ase up I eole t hardly walk [ad Itn n
The ftr llsed motor ,oat oant yt gMowers o.f the Atate was a dt matter to straighten up. osey that is requhird is --amg *t
be disoart 4 bet when this sarmnt .l alft atoop gL W tho kijdey ecre w*Ill mke vm besides te hs eag and the tim. of LTTRes wTere1 awrd imataral. a pr perogus person'
he PTages. WuA asd liHaen d Dt- TDes K1d4 cured ad FL e s-
coat is lt t ine. t r are ts rid pwosal ee*a = I k"1w thati 1 this
of mixd tw ei eor Im 4pus. tllr- Itar r W e r ,at' ?looY e 1be4 a"* nes to .-I
$4d Ilko a maIN S** elr., ,4 ,oet of sts, aob iuytvted tIevee toI*",,'" lth,.Se r I V1 for It3L C
tratriar than of amny other paint I Per' sale bF a dealers Price ft .4 1 rad g4 gj
tue-twilled alm that will shel the If tot. no pay jegait ts e.Ml~r 01 b a .
dnst sad w9 oat > hly o t ro.-.l Y Yor trly 'tw 3 Twri. 1111soe or we U0 t 1 Aed
sbaes are a apo anbad i S ir. r W lRVOMl a co tM. .
asmoby gVe a oar aa"d a bite i P sA The II J Thomas 's0ot el gambr taM mme- an'issad u n11 t nhe
cheks. e t blb e ia t he favorite. A or pPait take a e am. 'd. Sa. 4

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on. -,rt, or '-tyi,'. ir amie, or phape of

f-e ?11--it 1'..tter f'i tat bakedl in our
* .0't.r I tj-,'r #'kIe M so".

r. *-akt.! t'-- tOieak one hato

V~ I r rk.i it.VT3' if l&'jine-caki"-

The City Bakery



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S"egu ar During Past Week.
., Savannah. OGa., March 28.-The mar-
Set for' es Islands was easy and ir-
fi 'F" M=n4 regular during the past week. A good
Samomunt of business was transacted,
W and n4d.sales were mostly of full extra
VIiKlm Wd1 choicelo, extra choice, fine and common.
Prices paid were generally lowered.
the decline In the lower grades being
about 1 cent. There were consider-
All hosiery uast posses two qual- able sales of the poorest cotton.
Ificatlons If It is to pay for ),elt la The movement of receipts was
wear. Past color and honest fibre small except at Jacksonville, where
are eesenta,--the rst for appear over 1,000 bales were reported as
ase*,' the *eoad for durability. pased through during the week. The
Many of us remember the ~s whW erop Isa sight to date Is slightly over
tat eolor 1In ho ry wa :s me 0ee- 0,0 bales.
tion, rather tham- the rule-whead the t following priande are barevised on
mathreal enterstgo 1a t whe wf ad weekly on Fridays:
the methods In w t were tr I Pasy Florldas .......... 27 028
ftrior to those mployed by the man- Fancy Georgias ......... 27
stacturer from whom May's bauy. IE. choice Fia's.......... 18 @19
We buy hosiery la large quantttle I. choice Ga's.......... .17 018%
direct from the factories. By 0o- Choice Ga's. and Fla's.... 15 016
taltang the quantity discount= A Ms. ei Osa's. and Fla's... 13 014
adding only our customary mall Fine Ga's. and Fla's ...... 11 012
margin of profit, we are able to Csa Ga's a Fla's ..... 9%01
dersell all competitors .




Very few persons are able to pass the Spring season with any
degree of physical comfort, without the aid of a tonic. Our systems
change with the changing seasons, and more is required of the blood,
from which source our bodies receive their nourishment and strength,
at this particular season than at others.
During the cold Winter months we do not exercise as freely as in
warmer weather, the skin is not as active in removing the waste and
refuse matter, and the other avenues of drainage are dull and sluggish
in their work. Thus the impurities which should pass off are left in
the system, and are absorbed into the blood.
When Spring comes and all nature takes on new life, we change
our-mode of living, and greater demands are made on the blood for
nourishment and strength to enable us to meet the changed conditions
But the Winter accumulations have polluted the blood and destroyed its
nutritive qualities to such an extent that it is not able to supply the
increased needs of the system, and ___
we suffer in consequence. m blood ws
Our physical machinery seems out oS orionr and my blo
to get "out of gear," and suffers was completely run down. I
from debility, weakness, nervous- needed a tonic baly. I tried
other medicine whloh did me
ness, loss of appetite, etc. Sleep ther m noo I aed, then i
is not refreshing, there is a con- commenced a. 8. 8. I had not
stant worn-out feeling, and we do ised t long before fielt better,
not feel equal to performing the and after takin it a short
while my blood was thorough-
ordinary duties of daily life. ly oleansed and say general
When the system is in this dis- health restored. B.8. 8. ave
ordered condition it must have reasn completion, and
assistance; it must be aided with a strength, and acted as a very
tonic, and it should be a medicine refreshing, invigorating tonic
which has the additional qualities to myentire system. Asatoe
of a first-class blood purifier, for to That is my opinion of it, and if
restore health the blood must be I could, I would induce every
cleansed of all impurities. one to use It ln the Sprir.
S. S. S. is the best Spring Box 804 wellville, Ohio.
tonic, and it is recognized as the _
oldest and best blood purifier. It is
made entirely of roots and herbs of the-forests and fields, and as it does
not contain the slightest trace of mineral in any form, is especially
adapted for a systemic remedy, and has the additional value of being
absolutely safe for young or old. S. S. S. re-establishes the healthy
circulation of the blood, rids the body of that run-down, worn-out feel-
ing, improves the appetite and digestion, and brings about a return of
health and strength to those whose systems have been weakened and
depleted. S. S. S. acts more promptly and satisfactorily than any
other medicine, and those who are beginning to feel the need of a tonic
to fortify themselves against the unpleasant conditions which come with
Spring, should commence its use at once. Not only will it tone up
the system, but it will remove any humor from the blood, and prevent
an outbreak of Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Poison Oak, Poison Ivy, or
other skin disease or eruption, which is so common at this season.
S. S. S. is for sale at all drug stores.



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and Co lds K 3s OWJAL
The city coudll of Pensacola has Members of Legistature. c i
authorize .-tr,,tr f ,tmK in tat city NeAly all other CoughCa all ree tbht our beAt uRE
t t I f Io parting. especiy those e al- should be sent to the Legislatr but e
ann dre. akingCofdyLv ain of the Al. It Is a mad fact that we do not al.w ..
1. ir-Sulan kiu~ ~f i,. am ofa t th Al S p e bw send them. Had we not had a t ,
Century. cauti, d a n t .i t f tohe L. t& heOLm 03aSame able and good men In the last I.e gii1
N. road tu hI It, ... d w lature but little if anything woutid
K A EU P. have bet accomplislahed. We Ihale inl
S. W. Tinr,,,ii.t!ma hile, descending mind soe man. Hon. yd L lartr
the stair-ste.ps ..f th, court house in of Alackua county, who i rle to the,
Tamnpa, fell ,. ori l injuring his ftlav@ occasaloo and proved b loirae worth.
h,.ad and hai'k. ilso cutting a gash of the name of ReprMixtati,' not
in hi t u ltt lhrow Q p g only of his own county. bat the entire
W_ UI SyrIup. State. Being one of the le adIn in 1:
A gral. fruit w,'ighing tl o and a yoer in the State. Mr. Carter as
half polinds anld nl,;i-urim iKs incheK enabled to forcibly preemat hibs arg;u
ti, cirinfrnct, \\ay rought to Or.- ments. which, backed by merit. 'er
lanildo Stitrday it a.,s ro n a th n "A Coldora Cog hnar ay red conviction, and with an unmI> g
t f"1t11 from town it Frank tatp A Colduora Coughne rlyalwaytrn neri 'a'ly placed hipm as ounet of the
r Frnk tpOduct conlstipa, tn-th e water I leading member of the last I.,lihi
Si' 1 zdle doe pa tt nss'ohyndutheld irn* ture. It is a pity that the L egilautitre, "I TamuWcAh bd
f pa slsn,. ,, t,. lrre,...t a could not be filled with such zih le' 3.1 Ned. wia lls
I through the v b and kidney F men as Syd L.. Carter. Tait h tt, el x S sabot entthes Bua
.ulf i.,rt vs 1:i,, In. in l'e .cola want of moisture the bowels mn a 8yd l Carter. That ,. x a I ws d t
Vh,, th, lrti- h -tot, r V I-. nit- dry and hard.* pects to make the mce again Is lld,-ed wsed 111rf n fld111111
t ,,,ll 1fi,,,( !.itii, ~t. h : ;,.) large gaodd ni ewa. and while we have otling IATm "I' ]
I ,,. -. Kennedy's Luative Cough Syrup to do with It. the i 4phle of Al.ahiam M dietl o aa ag be
relieve Colds by workidn then out county should rerlehrt him to, th t2 s25M 2it1
lh. uil, ...rt. ,r.d opi.olf of the system through a sopioua legilaturo unani>mously.- :.Mntet,. eas llht lat o athM
mt. I ', r.,,,, !i:. ,l,,, ,, ,il t ,ix action of the bowels .Record. y TH St6IWt, 5 3
r chd t >r t\f> or niiit'. loi-! a )Ms BALLARD SNOV
*i1 T.o i' .. fil for a A flM *tlwl1-
A ..,: I ,1n, i, : ,istres, PURE FOOD & DRUS LAW
'g IncK aidl t i rrcl at LittlH, ltr ....DENTISTe.. .,OLbAND
('. E. lt-, r ;is thrown front a buKg.
iz-. 1s |o trikln t l afri, r,,. u SOLD BY ALL DRUwlISTSI"c
ls l,:i ;lid he did bfl n ., i all tanc. er andl ida Aho 00i Coutj Abstact Co
i,,,,d1 n ,, r 1 h|, Ifriends to know that he isa makt g (la aseti
good in Texas. D 6. ALDRAMAN & PEABOE. Pel M Oorn .0J. W enMalae., Vie,
l{v Ctalt>.A\ 1{ ";,, ,) rcro'iitly L -slan. Soo.-TreM.
1,ft l.i-' (ik to) aci.,t a fallt to the' Plans for the building of a Seawall OAIlNSVILI., FLA.
','taiiniont IHaptit i., the itOm r -i thli ,) \.t* to-wn a.nd Taylor have been made. The seawall Ofice over Dutton A Co's. iank. We do an exluslvt Abstract bust
.ttInt his nh in. ith,, r,.el Mr will start at the southern end of the Phone 280 Oatnetevle. Fla. naas, wita facilities for imparting ran
lthidlty Is a foreful i l ogic al speak Main Hospital grounds and Will make -- Informati onaocewnls the T of
a straight line to Ft. Taylor. The any and all lands In Alachua county.
will will be about 2.2.4) feet kmng. T. *LLLIS, JR. All bntaneae tranaeted promptly.
P01ITIIC A n ALGeorge Fordhant. a negro of Jack. ATTOMRNIY.AT.LAW. MIss N Nort n
sonville, was sent to the county jail at
AIInIiiIU I U SITC I'1 o'clck Frilday morning on u a M N
A N1N10U 1U nuCEM E ockTdSO !rharxe of assault to murder. The Oa, ,astAs * ar.
I_____ -__- -_ __negro was not arrested until after he i n A
FOR THE LEGISLATURE. had bwen shot by Polleman Tipton. BAKEiR MATiHE0 A BAXTER,
Thi. fr l ,if <;.( 1. T:e, leer r.- lis wound, however. Is only a flesh
ie. iil .r,. .: t ln thl*. inmo wound and Is not considered serious. ATTORNTI AT*LAW, i I
-:ltir \ ,i.1- ,,f .\ n hi, .i P Ho IIty s ** at
(,tl,,dtt '.r n t,.r oft lh .-ilbla The famous ('ha, and lorida OLICITORS 114 OHANOIRT.
S '.I n .. ;; Ii Lmited train. oOratlng out of Jack. and Pict u e r
t ille ovr the Atlanticr Coast Line AIN18VILL. Alaebus 0o.. FLU
am i i li. ,r t.-h l..isxltatur., to Tiflon, (th-nire over the (eorlta 00.. In HaIIssa Blosh.
fr,,,ti A.t .' i tl rpi.-t(tul> 'sointhern and Florida to Marn., over -.. --.--...- VI IhI
s',.illt i. ,t i I, tit ti the Central of Oeorgia to Atlanta. FURDINAND BAYER, - .
tiot, -- . K and from that point over the Nash- F
FOR CLEI( CIRCUIT COURT. viill.. (*hattanooga and Mt. IAomls to lt. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
I re.-|in' s tul .,lt hiim 'li .t i. ilf al i Ioulds and Chicago, was dlwotinued OGaseivini.a, 0la .
datte fir r.o *'.. Circuit c(U'urt f A:athus c((ouUt)y, Isu t- l-.aug Jackmnovill oo the morni g
jt t to t he l.,,,wratwlipr ilmar) H0 .. k.. s. on1mo ngae uir 8t props. *a
,,ctful II Wli-:.t; of Saturday. March 2A this ha. oMj 1104 s d
__________________ soared another secesal alon. aM VTnnh "M- s a Jews. *^' h I W ts r
S____t is hoped that the iHaes operwting it l ti WhM I n x W I *1
- N- wUJ AL will Insauunrate the aer@ice aals t DoA .o hae w a to -i ui,
FOR MARMHAL. Ds Compalne. ATTOBTY AT LA ** o m 1 lo.
take this method of announclng if your cheet palms and yo are so. Aa> d kgeg i Za
ay caindidary for reelection as City able to sleep beaise a a stgh. by ----
Marshal at the election April 14thl Iom botle of Bllhr~a Horsheai Syrp b* .,0
Iy duty sltDout fe r a a d yo w[ h y m Ge r .
,.ti]|o1 citIzens promistg the sa at lt log. A ca r r all p mary
Ilentic.n to the duUenr o lf thea I dl M --. d. T 1
t future as annd sto l TItM g Writs: "I m'at Mi easagh Ag j1
r' ,r l't s ate d i oi l5d1 s H. r e" Syrup Thersasaht CLARK 6 FIELDINO
~Very truly. ta gives m Is aM ass tof si h1% T ARNOW. for m3.to s.."Se by W. N. Jobs 4 I '

dat,. ,,r Ctty Marshal I. the elecpaTa, t O i d"es w s I i M g
IWi' I twmhld If eled to eUdesier 1'brt.AOP'rie, Hiel.U Mm N .-.

IIcjM as near as I posolblt cam. sad FrrdaT for Klatoe. ya yrp ---r
I .Oi,-t the vote of all lawsb1- Wla a1 te we, lttm ery ,le a | GOES EVEi

Ta inc otru.. -.. -- tae S-!'-- -K'-wi KvthS ei i,

thil. nivit od ofCAnoiawiat usy Oea SA guI pa~dvah inIvd o mwn
'for )der"ha)of the (2'LiyOf (G610#0 h ra
vii.- ~ ~ ~ t I ..vebeScm tit SworkaSo
TiltyouwbeeasleT.feF, Throwah PuIbun iSet
ani mi~t cO bg I5 )(a* 4 your we'*will gow Two O@O

w.. And with timfArilaot't Tho ot %'Wmwod I.W*A#
-A-ngei Ig t ~ ~A .*~COnsult the OOP
I pcI~ '- t.jI' & y ~wv j a tst' !u J P S c
4~ ~~, .1Tg let? *to" tC II'W(Mrs rbe mews
*rC L K rTVr v .. .*.SIj
coot C#TY TAX asAMMON o olm mi~in
?:' j'hatq*r ? '' 1 f. t rf bii s 4 is v rUo u h b ue 4 1 a
f: r 0" th;fto ab444w4w fzt.%4jw ad an ws% w r ,

Ibbrt t be' goU ~S ~
j;Owtb A sa* to Ow

T. in. IES4h.

lIE 5 WrailEs INNUM
'111*11 a Are-engine when your
house Is onl fire, because it in.
staintly St'ctrei the entire valuo
of your ilomll-tilat Is, when
your namel Iio pounnd upon a
strouqj policy for

a tOe WeatC4 mupab& iu. whaewinds
ms nploadM aWdsto bin bi m -ow
Wbmliiyu losteo? It wt in Am M6
am.w altlabt a~m" Im kas reNip 0
an. trm. yes. TUINLX


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CuOr e nr ftv 1 Tom. Dick and arty, bow to 0A e
H IW4 urMIilI MPicturesiue pligan iee, en beJl
EWSOF1W --- !!
t I'Climbed over buldurs with never A I l
O N M TSE.. Dick and Harry w eartetso n
- ShqeB HTDE & TENCII. 93 U BW u
Matters- --6ri- -". 0-tI t Wh.
ored b (kw s r rlie D. J. Richbourg ok Millard's Station
was in town yesterday.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS vilwer h ityyestrday. The W
S alDesvIle National Bank has over
What Has Happened and What Is 00 depot a .omer -eare you one?
Going to H.Mapps T l i Shert Param- ow II i AI Iy u
graph. s .Tha He Who Rune May tu BW ia tw Grham buldn. I
Reaed It In Tha Owl. om Moday osv U and 76" iUm ALLf|Vi RL
Read Oalaesvit National Bank ad. Potng A o -at 480. J. .
J. H. Hars a was ia the city from n -
Tacoma yrestrft. A. V. Hano d left yesatetday fore We are goig to offer you
SpecialS ao ladies' white l m e O~ wh.lhe wl spend a day or p-to-date effects in Clun
skirts alln day Monday. J. Maase. tW o bw lio ones tha everybody
Mis ElWsi o of Otter Croo k Pm o, 11b0 of the WIMhl t1 eeO. ,
visited riesds a Is as ty rpet-. toes wh a b.usin. vsstr toi yard. We are g
I, -relay.Gainesville, da"y.I.
All our larles' PWase and Vol kThev$3 .s s. a r5 The 18.00
skirts at big raedson as Moaday. J. Fo r two s onsl-from 9 a. m. to pieces st. piee 0 t..1
Mnm. 11 a m.--tu our H tles, 41c; all our ." nIsy.o o
UeM ties, .e. 4. nesses. Tide wl be your ONLY C
lanrks ChIN Took.m s a d- w. W. Colson sad Mr. and Mrs.
-ure o 2.."U,' m o sad la-rippe.. a. ooM M. , No ^ 11 "
Prie "-os. B. R.e o001M left yesterday for a brief
On all our e Klrschbaum men's visit to relatives at Trenton.I
salts 20 per eat of all daring Mon. Oe-fourthl o on all our fine men's -
day. J Ma ase. ,pts On Monday. Don't mili this ....--.., m '
Mrs.. .n aad Mrs. L. Wood, o'. J. Man se hI --M ra
both of1 vpsteo. were bopping i o. M. HowoU s of Windsor wu We w
the city yesterday. among the visitors to this city ystr- shade
C. V. M s of L* was day, and mad The un an appreciated
l .,.o r s IIn. Spend a few spoments thi
among those who came to Gaionesville call.,
on b s yeteay. Mr and Mrs. A. L .Dobbin. of Mast mw tee wI kw01 on these
Mr. and Mrs. W .abth Beck and Galnesv.le are roloa over the ar- flying to us to hear so mu(
Mat Beok of Oamp-lae spent yestr-. rival of a lae girl at their home SMt- broideriee-these are our'
day In the county capital. arday. and we e we are, aW w
G o _o ..iea.g othHh R... C. Hallburton, Commissiaon i-_
geo. Reeo, manager of the Hith Merchant-melone, cantaloupe. ---- wek-the deps
Springs eIe Omnpany, is in th city Macon, Ga. Consignments solicited.
on a brief visit to hi. wife. Write me. In "Tl. I U I
R. W. Arnold uftPalrbank. I.tIn the Wi m ... ^ IIC 11 Wit-l I
city. Mr. Arold .i is in the Mrs.mR. Wilson has gone'to l ak The u, I ,- M
city. Mr. Arnld is considering Weir, where Mr. Wilson has been look. Where you are cordially welcomedd
seriously of golag Into business here. log after his grove interests for the of "I mt buy or hurry of'--we
For all kinds of hard wear our Ilie past few days. pct you to bell
of men's works take the lead. Pretty parasols n ilk and linen, One Price to All, Warran
Come In and look them over. L. C. ebroered, Aured and plain hem.
8mith. It
Itcssnohn ae a s t atchtobed. There never was a prettier
It costs nothing to have plans and line. L. C. Smith.
speolfiations as your plumbing work 0 T. Kuna.. and Phillip Jon,, I i It's printed stationery you want,
submitted by us. Why not know what 0 of NeeThe Sun oefl Is the place to get it.
you are to get when you pay your Kennard of Waldo, were among these Bome new and pretty goods at The
money? The 8. J. Thomas. o who spe Saturday l io the county me Basmar, In Graham building. Cheap.
........ ....... ....... ... -- tropolls. I '.
PHOTOGRAPHY. Mr. and Mrs. H. Smith...... a re- P. H. Roker, the naval stores opera.
/Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Sih r tor of Campvlle, is epedanng Sunday
Turned from Kisalmnee, where they with hi. family ber..
Photography today is an economic were summoned some time since on .
ad oi eo lty In vry "t of the illness of th her's Monday for two hours only-from
ooal st *very omm count of t nes o the 10 a. m. to 12 a.-all our ne ladies
kty. It Malatalas the memory and mother. 1 $1.36 shirtwalsatspt 91o. J. Manaase
S/M. A. Bailey. a well-known 1tiusen
ageetlesa of famlly litf through the of the East ad sand oue of The Sun' J. evtille of Arredondo was trad.
pletare It makes and which we could valuedauorbers, was in the city ye Ilg i the city yesterday. He reports
not now do withent. How often Is terday, and made this oflic an agree. a distresfbl drought in his section.
SrMt expressed that no picture exlta able hil. Why has The Galnesville National
of some friend ar relative who is no Attention Is called to the advertise. Bank more than 600 deposit cus*
longer with u ai Somet a Indeed, ments of The 0. W. Hyde Company. toners? There toa reson---sk them.
Scame has to intrude upon the dry goods; Mrs. R. Wilson. dry goods, For two hours Monday-from 2 to
.e death chamber tse and A. M. Cushman, insurance, whieb 4 p. m.-all our tOe bho. 4le; all our
wes reUatve l te that am ootogrts appar in this issue 36e hose. .1c; all our 1ie hoe. 9c. J.
In ueh et comtanoe. is better faI Not manY more day. till aster and MaI""a-
aae at a& Do not pro stu ts.e ou will want a pretty pair of ties, Mr. andMrs. W. J. Ward and daugh-
Be wise sad "esiur the shadow e *either In patent, kla or white can- tf, Miss lthel. who have been spend-
, t1n`101 e < vas. We are ready to show you our lug the wttel here, left yesterday for
YeT an g a pture fftm toWke beautiful Ie0. L. C. Smith, their home aIn New Have. Coan.
to te at bmithl* Stelo. Newton W. Coleman. who Is engage The lDennls home. Weat Main street
S....J ... .IL ... ed In the livery buslnes at Hawthorn, N, corner Cort. Ils receiving Improve
noamne to tae city yesterday to be pre* ISneta which will teed to make the
e -t- A at thI' action sale of horses and place more eay and comfortable.
i0 LPn nmI; .. conducted by A B. Oliver. Is your oSse or room gaol enough
rrr bH.L ". Roser. of Providence. for you N Then let us mah it
I l l I I I who ha to. s- it.lm Mr.. M so with our adhahble awnlr--ouly
A. Witt will rurn to her home Mon $4 l 0d-Gl vlle Pamlture Corn.
d --ay, accompanied by .Mr. Witth who pany7I
"lih Weatluitr id tOO hot for will bew the former's guest during the l------- ... -
tyr Addit enal Sheet items 1a Ps
Stove it iI too hot t) Cut We hae completed during the past
WOot<- it 1 lt hoto iathe ham and lHenry rtavis. Seventeen tM .d J e***,.*
U4 'oot AIut astlw.. residence plumbed during March. to .srJ te
That means somethblng. The S. J e JBUO. -. D I i o aestm
.. .... 1ai Th a ('oa C P,\ I ot t-l gPtrls _sL
kt TuYir l A O9L U ITl, lginar .o, WaB--r--w -^ e>oj beest.?.*** bs* ic

who will take tNar d x ." .. ---uri, --_the __
ASO E CQook Stn S-hummer 'htwol for Tachera, Nign
ts C June th iare ruest d to inIJITI.
form the uuderslred. lr. W T --
S"F IumUs "anai'll. Fla. I b OTAIIv olANM
a ld t*k, I f. V No. N .. l'Th i W allitana. an extte.it." farmer ln Inm
and l piumtav raiser of Alto l IA. S, w Las -.....
17 I)(Ut W004l ,r t. tra arlig bualneea lA Ga eD"I III*
jutt strike A llatiit'h t't ra l it i I-'tfrlay Mr William. has =oam ----!_ tr Lsd Teo t hlt -
S.I tha threm hundred Iinsg bens. waich
in and let ,i ,how, y,,,u }how t I a Mr- u - to am..n-- OY STERS
y it that the 1aill be a ne lbg0 of the ALL. KINS 8VRYSO MALL STYLS
MuniIpal League an MOn4day mght haew *- V"" C ef
at T 30 at tbeir haUl A fll atte a ohd-
&ate Is earnestly detred. as thee will n "
a be important beusa*s to come. bturea* bbsS--swtowwl abeSLaedon&
this meetingg. 1w ees 'e a ea$ easo sev Aei s
K Pautl I.rvn has retrned ftrom 0 0dt IIt IInW" nd w a "S
Chkicago. where he wan tdal d a tow e 0"W-O 1 at" me a
.- AU tuaraadmld---- y a on acoel ta 4 f Ieof M
tIethr. R!ft B. loa.e. Mr. $e01e1 geg aga-Baps fto1wen1t,

X an
D~~fl~~~fM~~u~~lvoto A~,ln

pecias at Wilson s

Ii BqMM iay. Marc 3th


Something extraordinary in this, the newest and most
y and Baby Irish. We were showing these last week-
thought so pretty. The prices were $1.25 to $3.50 per
going to let this lot go THIS WEEK as follows: --
M afr The $2.00 g gY The $1.75 $ rT Thw $1.25 vY
|JSD piekMat IaD piecesat..1.I t piece at.. nD
HANOE to parchmse uch lamc at inch a reduction, and it is Jut the
Meo# for a swell A e Cot.

at WI k ai Fw Dm Pitrs-he New Mi Nify-Famre

& Stripd Silk Frlk sh Chiffon for Dresses-

ill show these in the popular 50. y rd
s at ......... ....... ....... .Y a
s week in our Embroidery and Lace
lines to stop to mention them again.
ch praise and comment as to our stock
hobby, anyway. We realize the imp
SIveMr -h, k ater he. Asktso s
artment will be arranged for your c,

Departments. We
It is indeed grati-
of Laces and Em-
ortance of this line
te the mnew Val. Laes

R8. R. WILSON-With the Big Stock"
to take your time in looking and pricing. DON'T come in with that feeling
anr always glad to show jou. When rushed so we easnot we certainly ex-
p yearself at lookhtig until on, of the, help can asiwt you. *
ted As Low As the Lowest for Corresponding Quality

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s..8WANT$S.. *

5 Cents Per Line
Bach Inaertion, but no advertise-
menat taken for less than 20 cents. Six
words make a line; no fractional Ues*,
every word over each six counting as
an additional Uae. CASH In advance
maust accompany aB orders for Inser-
Usas In this eoluma
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TO LET-lower floor, four rooms,. 406
W. Mechanic street.
Vidal at drug store.
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STORE FOR RENT. poetoMce blotk.
Apply to J. W. McCollum.
FOR RENT-Eight room house; elec-
trie lights and bath. J. B. Iavis.
FOR RENT-Nice large furnlishMd
rooms. 414 West Orange street.
POR SALE-Black record carbon type.
writer ribbons for legal work at
The Sun office.

WANTED-Tie-makers. Inquire at
fock Lumber Company's mill, inear
Daysville, or address P. 0. Box 13.,
City, or Voyle's 'phone.
k OR SALE-Five-gallon safety gaso-
line can. Apply at Sun office.
FOR 8ALE-Nine-room house, all
modern Imaprovements. one block
from square; also otlr city and
country property. Box 283, Gainc
ville, Fla.
FOR SALE---$7s10 Steinway Up-right
piano. sllghtly used; rare bargain
for quick customer. Abraeast-Itl
Co. Plawnom and Organs, opposite
lIWOMt tiC-0
FOR SALE-Presh eggs for hatcheing,
from twelve varieties of the best
Ptruins of standard-bred exhfbtlon
chick-ns Fron $1.50 to $3 per set-
iag of I ;os than one-third price
asikef bo fani ier* from whom 1
St.u lit- lr., .1 . McKinatry. Jr..
PI t) HI ** bhone 46. Galnes*
%0i Fla

National Baik

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