Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01574
 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: February 11, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01574
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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Mr. I. X. Mill.,r for th.It ti. .;e i

Mr. RK R Mnoiddei bha plurcha- the drug store of J F McKiu.try &

Our colored Iomiulatilin turned out
in force on Tuesday to .thow their asi
prvclatUo of the. llorious fourth nd
its centennial jirimtl.eguC. a grainl Ia
rade through the tre ti. he.tlil.d 1t,
the brass baud. and thencem on t, t il
picnic around. here the* di;ia' w .-
speut. were the Irliti'lial d. iiitnl.nI
tioui Al night the mii- pailt) e.gl i
ered at the colored ae'ade'i)n, a it if
ter exercises t) the pulilnl thi, riail
pollItilcau,. Walls. atid l 'nI .-&f
dr4ined the Uet-tiiiK
New buildings. sr I.r II|K e .r.- ttd Iin
almost .very piartille of IA to| thl
lact alIa speakid ln. (,,h u114. i l
terpria and future <>l e ilr i4.,
Wot arj pl*b.4etd it, Itit.,- iII 41tr
Iaidst once mor Mr J U J Editl ,4,
of our enterprising uerchaist. s'
Madel. Mr IK ha bIeo.n to the tC.'te ,
ial,. &ad give r a vr ) luteratis l .a
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Ath.lBM a 1l PUNSACOLA. Ph.& P. k M .- e of TAMPA. Pha.. Peb. 10.-A horrible
so ems w"ifopn the meet hlea m Ie lpoI i a aSee hSd wsm ade by a brmer at soom
eam..e w.s. made at s id S to Plam. or Tuesday abhet a male southwest of
-- N s 011111111 0 Mf* at mar s ome ,ma LaMAW0t011by te dodamo e the Hillaborough river.
ine do* de tM t Cy, palrd ara me of t He was hbuting for some of his stray-
B 5 5m Pbea we-- e --ofdm ofth e eo Weoed bogs, and si meling am odor as If
to-_ -_i o S of dmy i Mr. Pg'Se etk wm nst Pge d from a
ON 1 100o awed with1 his laaratSo I o* we ho ewly-maie moend of earth. went to
iat1 0_makmehal U1 1" ad imWo wl It and commeunced to diLg. expecting
Se10" O6"g u h b m- Ind as a playatemd er the a nof- to ind a missing hog. which he sup
O IN A M bo the te $ as pbalatian l lot taotm posed someone had killed and burled
laoww1 eWd o a -e l. portieso.M e was horrfed to stre
-do w md aof g a then asaed t '* wfth his hand a man's leg embedded
So e f I t l by In the mad. He without further die-
p tOf v t m Lt ovr tturMbig the earth. sought assistance
Mew lirm 0 t tOhe Sat f Orkld. through telephone message., and Dep-
m ea n" ni t V Wrfe ," mPl ruty Sheriff W. C. Speacer was soon
S& ...... ed byh thie Preh a tlfl oe the i.scente. The deputy at once
~ -0111 d l a*Ma m ma slamd was a pat of the -a" ihof rane notflied Justice Lee Gibwon. who, act
oso61 0iWM l IM t e a st w rld. A r a few Ilg as coroner. summoned a jury. and
enplan iemind i were yai o M hOe Ita w e had the in dy exhumed In the jury.
Ss o WM g hisat we ri m t by th e pa ",ow so r men a 's jre u e. shen it %as found
... .mao ieat.... d B t t m t bye ofi that a n at well-dressed and evident
Stlv --the s e mof uo f os t e a Cuban or Italian. had been the victini
1- W d o, -r t ele Iseght l eemthce ntir. l2der tis b o foul m.tr.,er. and then depolsited I i
a a i nU a f will be donelb regim ll e, wch hM aUd*nul 171. a s shallow grave after having beel.
Whea whte the P aiih uivr Galves dealt ,av. hlti,, i over the head wit;
v stored the territory to the crown o f some lile'~nt. th. eho'y r giving evi
Spain. the Pensacola of toUday was Mur .dW fr(n the aooi| of clotted ; veyed and mapped. and the Paa nrt':d it of having been put under
permanently dedicated to Its present ground while the woundsA wre" .till
purWpoe as a central playground and Bowing with the crimson life-givia
beauty spot of the city for a tl U A lnu
P'amwus Duielling 0 .. L Stylishly Dressed--
PSrom 1181 untiU 1819, when the ter- The body was dressed in a stylt>sh
rttory of FPlorida was ceded to the
*United States by Spain. Pensacola, g Co 1e
+ u_ -coatlnot d an u interrupted existence
I I- g eity. e*gept AadesZoavill. and as a Spanlsh province and the Plaza
of r thI l alter is not advoeated because It was regarded as the central coungr.-
a rA IwIs Int Ooria s but because it %as here gating place for the inhabitant-. It
Naf that Wtr's duttie for the Cofederacy was also the favorite udutItinH Must IL
M glag were performed. Since he did not for the young Spatni-h 1.,i- ,,! n I..
lag aII seev&i the State of Georgla but lhit, 1- romantic da\... artl it.ll ..
I lnar st tire Confederacy. they feel that the that a almost l,... i. ;, .' .
shaft would lotae its lguniflieanct it honor hat. b. ii .t&ji. t ,l i \- \' I'.
nid asa the placed anywhere but at Andr.ill til .i it i .t .
i9pse ex C(r Iichinozid. the "We' ttVuhu.ter o t t* 'i':i .
M ehamml d Confederry u t ,
ig M s *tr When the conventiUo ac..'n:tI,' ... r .t a. *
I that te set- they will Inlast that the nImoItnt,1'lat I. t .
ca reached In pil ced in Richhnoi d. t'.t in l-he .i :! '. r i
donstitutlonal. of ILichmund'c losi. t;. a ill a ',
B of so Geor- their OIt.M for A d' It ill% '.I :. -

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brows Mlt of clothe of ". e ,e
ad was evidMtly that of 4
man of the Lattein race. The Ihg|
office will so far give out se Iak-
tiun as to who the manB is
Deputy Sheriff Spencer, who ha hbea
diligently working on the ea., ta
that there is a very tanglable ede
the identity of the murderer, d
nothing can be maid further na be
is lu the hands of the law. The um
her's jury adjourned without taking amy
evidence to allow the officers to see
evidence, which is conasdered lu .
ant In the inquest.
"edy ldentiet.
The body was later lideklqtud
that of B. lAHella. a wealthy Nse
York broker In Italian ilmporls. W
has been visiting here. Aa Itadg
named Valente. with whom the P
dered man boarded. and Oa809b
I t'armneute. an Italian peddler, I
i wei't Tamnia. have been lodd Is 1
on sumplelun of knowing about te
killing. loth deny any knowleMd o
IL The body was stripped ofW &
uables. and robbery was evidently th0
motiset for the crime.
The want ads. do more real eNs
business than all other brokers m
Nlmed--i fact, they '"artM mwt iI
th, business that t e brokers
agents lath

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W i11s kpetd r. will be m
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RB. T. telRNOW. a th
in 1 ter1AttI a9-d wonderful tt1ou

th I Is maIs iatr tto ltle. all amkl ther part I
a to old s pdwe o the 'unay
W MVi f am we aw as se arce co
S*o to the publs te w Mril Tholet
OftJIa whensthe eoatractor e is

.. WAARKN. Iacement InciudeM Friday tillhi, *mil
I 1 aa a o a the ml tru l or s.

d d ehaOa the d of maod ear Jon mo.
s: ITH9 LYM4
aIs a a wa fa Th. or avor. I re a With a
owl nt the N O W. r The Yankee rummer.
"'Tdtt toyi ae l|mlrgtatd enthusiast ic lain
Sl liver bd liver e tl. sad Mr. Hi dgis and his loterie
a aOl depro t pad mya r of a t rs 1 ad actresses .won ne :
t howled ed to boh perft lver rels f rather me tio will be madt

IMlador. If you're blue avd out o o row .. l '
aeet s haue ntody as I butlve
edeaore er b l isaa the pst. ciBlplestric theatre.
sll fover od all Joh Therompo will appear to uigh
by WT. ANOW. at the .letric Theate in his amusing
literestl Ing ansd wonderful .imtation. of
I t meigftof ormin asgg to odi dfferent characters of as man!
hI _a I o a Sadidat 0or City nationalities. all taking Their part is
Msld a etim re o be he lde n i ductioif.i i ..uthe. u-r J .el
April IS rI redpectftly solicit lows of New York.l one of the most
aes gqppt o ao voters. IrrespeUve side-splittlag farce comedies presented
d4 M&ag aSimuom. adO pr0ien to to the public today. Mr. Thotpson
hilsys amd i...na.uy eh ... is no stranger to many I Gainesville
the *Msal of the S* shoWMd I be and his appearance here will be
aelsaot. aRPeoskfl greeted by large audiences. IiIs en-
CUAs. c. WARR=n. gagement includes Friday isighst. and
in addition to his farce, he will have
I 'VPea f msum myallow a Alist of music. instrumental and s(-
g rgf," *,,e a cit, ual. of themselves sufficient for an
&&L to be TOd W or at" e evening's enjomtn) ti
ft Ann 13,. II sleed I win Remember. only two nights to see
somewthemtile" or bwer. I re- 0 0 0
peektfally soewlt the VWetes of all. ir -The Vankes Drummers."
*espective of Party affilatlom. *The Yankt. Iirurnmer, t.h ast**
CHAS. M.EL=L Inimusical jIrAductim b hew h the I.h- mass

MOsta5OtM realst& 1k4.4iing runs .&Sd Tha- Judge

igbClass Company. Will Present "The
raird Theatre Tomorrow Night.
Ome who UTve to a furnished room
eam be pretty "ladepemdemt-for the
da. hkop the beoat to hbe had within
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eets the drummer sad thib lag it'
aho retw'alamg. itats e hil gal
tIl h~am. The drM mer is dummad.
ed at this tur of th l his protest
tUos 4el of o aval. Th the real
M appMefs m the ites. folkwed by
the detective looking for h*s prey. and
the screamlng sitnatlons follow qpe
,u.atber In raid Puccession the-ugh-
x:t the entire three acts.
The piece is baudsomely staged and
i .lkect chorus of pretty girls add
mith. together with the numerous
Jinlling muscat numbers given
thrgh the show go to make
it e* of the bim of taU w aso.
TI*.. 'o.mn rwias aprpar at 'Th
Baird Thpumt tomorrow alght Seat
a male at Miler's today. Prices 25e.
afe. Te and 1t..
Rad the wvat ads. tI todars" Sa


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Come and look them over. We amd
the price to mit the saiuml.
All firt-clao dock.
Davis & Oliver
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Largest Stock of Men's Clothiq
IN '1til': 'N'j'IaE S0(l"I'll
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Suits, Overcoats and Raincoats

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ga.taution in Work.
II.. Feb. 10.-The
4oMUMl9m"ers of State In-
m 4 provision for two
ta in the medical
flt V sa Hospital for the

.. andolph, the newly
PbIdeian of the hospital,
B etafer with the board
MMb of that department.
gk obp d that the Doctor
a very high standard
to attain ad that the
*lO a In its power to bring
a r Ie of that nstitution
sset efficiency.
resolved that after April
460 Dr. Randolph will as-
1. pasiton, there shall be
1 the Hospital for the In-
d-M-- to the chief physl-
lldstat, two clinical as-
w dall be Iraduates of a
Wesdcal school and whose
nall be $30 per month
These clinical assistants,
Hb -steeted with utmost care.
brT s under the supervision
of the regular physi.
are expected to add great-
amg and attention given to
The assistants, on the other
p setrie experience of great
S r their professional careers.
bukleed the positions will be
SFte most competent medl-

-da also provided that after
S there shall be appointed a
SI for the Florida Hospital
baLn, to consist of not more
IIa reputable Florida phyzi-
aq of whom shall be a special-
.Le particular field for which
P all fsd.e It is proposed that
Maing staff there shall be at
al member eminent in surgery.
IMla In diseases of the eye,
mM throat, one gynecologist.
a WMMeib nary specialist. etc.
A thi the board wants none
SbWest doctors who can be had.
eAbrt will be made to ke*ep
sred so high that membership
Jt Mr will be considered a sig-
6 by the most eminent physi-
0 plan is that members of
-b staff shall visit the hon-
ie ttme to time to inspect con-
GMr to examine patients.
SU-tinso. and in various man-
IA it and co-operate with the
It physicians for the better-
Iof patients at the hospital
% Y-htiag staff will serve without
/I-CUMM, but their traveling e\
tM entertainment while at the
JM- will be defrayed by the State.


*n E. Feb. 10 -The Arbor day
was much curtailed thv the.
cough among the childre-n.
many from singing or
so only one tree was plante-d
BihuAt Program rendered
Pb and party from. Ohio are
S nDew arrivals in town.
211 Victor graphophphone ra.,t
1nd* by R,. J A Waters hal,
: a Md will tOnm be eenjo)yed b)

SbI11rtant real estate transactioni
r MSUag04d la at eek. when J N
4Utica. N. Y.. became the owner
S aldwell proi.rt), oe' uof the
beat," ll in to% i
SMah"an of St Mary*. Fla 1i ,
411iat Mrs l.e'* Mr Mahan in
' uosurve)or and hai te'ten
111 by the town c(ouit'il tio ?.urb*'
b" liltilt and wake a lwual of
lf t Athe (town
06 the sui rb iioin of I. M1 IthIli
6'b a irrmat of ith. btreet tia( cimit
Work is b,. ig dii.. i ,i I 1'
l frtiairlrag th Ptro h ,it r a. d
of tI, lta,'l
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11 Mt ibO (hofalhlk i ,, ,Alo up
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Wha Take1 iily ID-serv b a

I fant when he Il sudd-nly ill
The sturdiest chap In town usually
loses his self control, and is utterly
unable to regard his condition with
the common sense that chbaracterise'A
his every-day actions.
For example: He comes home tired.
eats a heavy dinner and sits down to
read and smoke away a quiet evening.
Suddenly be notices a weight on his
stomach; then sharp pains around his
heart, and a feeling of suffocation.
Thoughts of "heart disease" rush over
him. and in his agony be fears the
His trouble was acute Indigestion,
brought on by overloading his tired
A couple of Rexall Dyspepsla Tab-
lets would have given him instant re-
lief- would have saved him hours of
Carry a package of Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets in your vest pocket or keep
them in your room. Take one after
each heavy meal, and Indigestion can
never bother you.
Rexall Dyspepala Tablets cure
stomach troubles by supplying the one
element, the absence of which in the
gastric Juices, causes Indilestion and
dyspepsia. They enable the stomach
to digest all kinds of food and to
quickly convert it Into rich red blood.
We know what Rexall DIyspepsia
Tablets are and what they will do. We
guarantee them to cure Indigestion
and dy|pepsia. If they fall. we will
refund your money.
Price. 25 cents per full package. Sold
only at our stores or by mail J. W.
MclCollunm & Co. corner East Main
aIn I'nion streets.

Was Greeted By a Packed House at
island Grove.
Editor Sun: It was my pleasure to
spend Saturday and Sunday in Island
Grove. the guest of Rev. J. N. Thomp-
son and of Professor W. F. King.
Saturday night I gave a lecture In the
school building to a packed house.
Through your columns I desire to ex-
tend my sincere thanks to the citizens
of Island Grove for their hospitality.
The school board made no mistake
in placing Prof. King in charge of the
Island Grove school. The impress of
his earnestness is very evident
Dade City. Fla.. Feb. 10, 1909.


Representative Crowd from Brick City
Put Boya Through.
The working team of the Ocala
Aerle. F. O. E., arrived in the city
W',duiesday afternoon for the purl|*oe
of iitiating the local nmientlwrs uinto
the secret .ork of the order.
The part composing the team were:
C O Harris. (' A Fort. W 8 Mc-
i.aughlin. A. 8 Hurgees. A 0 Cordero.
J F Hall. Andy Faucett. W (G E'ans.
J C Marshall. T 8 leacle. W C
Isradle'.. C W Iu.ck~urth and Ii A.
Faucet t.

Tablets. Druggists refund money If
It falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'8 sil-
nature is on each boz. e.

Mr Palmier married MiW.p Viola
Mitick of Sandwich Illinois. in lh75.
who survived him The living chil-
dren of this marriage are J Holland
Palmer of Macon. Georgia. and Flor-
ence I. Palmn.r the wife of Herbert
8 (;rai ,' of (iaines ille.
Coninig to Florida in 19i4 In search
of health Mr Palmer slawNtI the last
t eint| fi ," )> .ar- >ft hil life if nt aiites-
Sille,. I1 honor anid lutegrit> he ew-
catit" full k liti litfloed with its iteple
and interim .-. anid lave* it the sixr-
* r. in thi. I,-.- of aln upriglii and u.., fil
cilt il i
H1 1 a aA ilf ,ot.ld liusbtatud a ,.id

.~II~ l~ r I- al- 1t ( 1,1 '-D11'11 %s' a rIb f, laDI La fther. a kisaiol awl
%%, IA-l.-A a i I1 i cIurtatiu ieiighir aiit a iibal fri.tI
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IprepaIrcs ict hr~I~

tLar., Stop it! Coughing
I.Slo1 it! The~reis






Warrant Was Sworn Out by W.. D.
Blitch of High Springs on
Above Charge. I

H. I.. Setzer. a merchant of High
Springs. has been arrested by Shberiff
Ramsey on a charge of selling whis- AN _---C ---10
key in that town and will be given Nao-a%. --
his preliminary hearing here before I 4 ---
County Judge Mason.
Setser had already been arrested
by the marshal of High Springs, who, W hat
It is alleged. found two barrels of bot- a A
tied goods to his possession, one being
filled with pints and the other with _owlOl
quarts. it
It Is alleged that Setser has beea
dealing in the liquid for some time A m v.a i
and a close watch has been kept o
his place of business until the time of uM
his arrest, which was done by the@ bomCll Lt1 l
city officers of High Springe on lat
Monday. but for unknown reasons the j
case has been put of. with the result CENUINu C
that a warrant was sworn out here
for the man and the sheriff went after


Walter Horatio Palmer, Esq., who
departed this life at his bhoe in North
Galnesville on Sunday evening. Jan-
nary 31. 19"0. came from an honored
and distinguished ancestry. His ma-
ternal ancestor. Charles Clarke. who In UU
for nearly fifty years held the office of I I
justice of the county of Hunterdon.
New Jersey. iras appointed by the
Governor in 1731. and was relieved.
at his own request, on account of the
inflrmitbs of age. His son, Benjamin
Clarke, was made his successor by the

Charles Clarke was also one of the
Incorporators of the First Presbyte-
rian Church of Trenton. New Jersey. -
under a patent granted by King
George II. of this church, one of the A ew
very first Presbyterian organizations
effected in the American colonies. He Steam Heat, Ga
was a trustee. "which office he held Locate
for neal twenty-five years. and never
failed to be present at a businessW. I. -N mB W i
In this line. Mr. Palmer was. through
Joshua Howell and Rebecca Reed, a HIGNaHuIA
kinsman of Mrs. Varina Davis. the
wife of Jefferson Davis, the President -
of the Confederate States. It pays the far
Mr. Palmer was born at Northvllle. q utio te f
Michigan, August 30. 1843. He was a quetn nOt of
graduate of the University of Michi- o
gan in 1871. For two years (1877 and o f S
1879) he served as a member of the We are now bookliag
Legislature of his native State, with will be
a record clear and unsullied. He -
practhied law in Reed City. Michigan. W y A -
and then in Detroit, and had continued W l.
in the active duties of his chosen pro-
fession to the end of his life. with the
exception of four or five years after -5TD3n S. JORDAN,
he came to iFlorida. because of falling JD
health, which period was given to edi-
torial work on a weekly paper pub-
able lawyer. Just and firm in his con-
victions. and never wavering or un- IM'
certain in any statement concerning
the law. POJRI" Bl C
A friend who was intimately and con
stantly associated with him for five
years. says: "I have never heard Mr
Palmer speak a profane or unclean Fire Life i
word: and I have never had an unkind gir Lif
thought of him

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ner to plant only the bu. We a
"how cheap," but of "how Oed."

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nd Accident ...

Fire Compay


Too Late to Save the Hoe"

Is a familiar item ia
the newspapers. This
hliouul i be a warning to
tliose who have pro-
crmitinated not to take
out a policy whieni it in
tI.m) lait, o) that the
itemm i*ll v read ill your
'i-V* : "The loM" was
fully *ivt red by inwr-
i,>c' ill MIW' of the beat

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To Prodmee Oil and Other Preodsts
from the Cottoen eed in
Their Raw tate.

Another enterprise that is favorably
spoken of for Gainesville is the eree-
tion of a large all for the purpose of
utilizing the cotton seed of this see
tiom of the State.
The main promoters of this eater-
prise desire that their names be kept
froi the imbul tIna at this tlim hbt

we U.i. .there has altedy bee" enough lo
St estd I the enterprise to assure t
ei to I store it is a lose probability for next f
do y "1 M34 when the cottom seed will be plentl
i In this section .
pinkl rom the raw eotteo eed t
m St coMuld manfact are meal, oil and ms
GUMother ful things s hlch we dal
by and which would open up a b
&ter market and make it more pr
IsuN able to grow this crop than it has I

-o aeor il al There are many of the members
Ss s a ---M&...... ....the propmed e mpanype who are v
IIn __hwa t enthusiastic over the enterprise a
l S Sfrom present Indleatkies It looks a
c.. something deAnlt. will be gotten
"Msbmase9m a l ve ets Na shape within a very abshort while.
*A *& P ew .ermne -- lmNi A GOOD 8ROWING.

e "N owa Pr Melieof Reeky Point Sek

riwg3, I Grade. PuPiL Avers
K| lA f16-Clara MeDonald...............
SXa-Henry O neea ...............
Walter Crown .................

l ase eatrseted for and erected
M b"m ad 8M b amot to rZO. .

e MaN Nearly sxty thoueand boxes of
gIo $q s-g eerages have been shipped from SeE-
of ; U g, mar idee the late coMld weather. The
p there was IWsthis season.

md8 o*e A mAntuctor 0o Columbia. a. C.. has
eo askit been awarded the eoatract for the con-
AF. ate at the sew building of the
Mp < ep- Istitute ftr the bind deaf and dumb
AggBs of at S2 A~mae HKU bid was $64.427.

M opm. Renie MuIseaM e. the uttleon of Mr.
Plmm= aNd MAr. R. MIne f Santord, died Sun-
1 M4 the day trom the result of an aeeidet at
ta o tO'wCryCma leo workft. The little boy
S*"" was p M phylag e the treate that sup-
0.* ti ry p the i nway for loading t e into
40 (N b o U01 0 e ea ears. Hewas struck by
i Memelves e- th a cake of te and got entangled ti
bemb at e. the mashiemry. His body was terri-
M M b bk l- obaly b blae.rated and bhe died soon after
A& he w as estricaeld. Ronnie was 7
IDamW r ey i o ears a 1 age. He was playing with
ether boy and had been cautioned to
SatMI i people W e eredfL The body was taken to
4 kO Lawtey by the bereaved parents for
W sO ise m W 8i see

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Will Crown .
5-Martha Tayloi
3-Edwin McDoon
Allee Crown .
D. A. Smith .
2-Raymoud Croi
Fred Gleason
Harry McDona
Lansing Taylo
1-Mary Crown .

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immediately. lse,

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ALKER, Principal.

I an GRIP.
41,1 the best reme-
ebjng and feverish-
cld and restore
Its Uqauid-effects
25c and 50c at drug

lIsm X. Norton

hsuion, Shut mmur
am I trFMOUs too#$

w ug umm a3nal
*mv Mni SMMl

SIk Nights "oe as You Plese" Race. AN0aELL, FWIDS
How many tired fathers and moth-
era la this town eater this race every
alght carrynla a baby? And they W IU
wander what the matter Is. Ciancee d
are the child is starving-worms are
have worms-yours needn't. White's. |T an 1n 1i er:
Cream Vermituge will get rid of the
worms and strengthen the child. Price Isfat a Furnihed Promptly and All
26 cents per bottle. Sold by W. M. Work Guaranteed.
Jobaso. Usheet nW: Ahllr e:
The Oasis Abrame-Hill Co. FLA.
He-I wonder If %4. .cit"et alongOlnl f-
right. te-'.rtaill. We 'ain buy the
auto with the n,..iy. father left eme.
and you will surely make enouhrb to
pay for rmaing it. don't you think?- TEL EP H O N

The more one speaks of himself the
ltoa he Hkee to hear saother talked of.
-l vater EM
Whether from colds, beat. stonmac t(bviri the iliu taa Br,,k -
or nervous troubles. Capudlue sill i et t u "t
relive you. It's liquid-ilhe.aant it 1ooI; wemt to Snwannow K>-
take-acts immediately. Try It 14. ver. iortl to Alachus, Iliaill
25c and 5,&* at all drug stores. uai Worthou.tinm 'riirw,.
t_ e'tr Key, anw ll I iiat.rlint-
Telepathy., ia
-" .. I-- li. l. li i."'.i.it h.s t l ,W N I, 1'Hi( H&ATI .lI% E ,
ill. k.... t ni 1 i I'l tl ttl, l.I hAW MIIJ. L aut AII1M
Wile it1!('i j i glAIll t hilt 'TILlsSA W1 a11.
aillm t MiiM1' llii1 I. f* r. I hati u I r iii ir'ua ir atil Ai t-w'r
nx1 nmi i ii|, ',s I Ihnt iiit.' t Iul*tlf" w ri (gla i'rt.u.
Wfghlin ton .tar
Ith' I' Itch' tli h' St itclih' Scrata
Scratch' The n arv >)u atratch 1 Eat F iid TeM a C
surie the litt Tr)> lkAn'. Ottt i -
It Curfew ll it n -t' S, aiil lli l L&a)ms killts
1ll All di llu i!rt bi 11i It


Rheumatism in in realityan internal inflammation-. dia--a
the blood cells which supply the nourihment and stren ''
tbi m ourbodies. Uric a n3 o irritating. infl krnm a ,t ee
Into the circulation beeause of physical i laritiu, ,y ac
auding and invlgorasmng the hid, the )k iirtitats" a"
difinert av ,ttissues u anledaoint, bcuieoitsan
conditi c- The as s d adches ad other ditsigrre.1.Ille and dam
tons of Rheuma can ever be permanently curd until
the cause is driven from the blood. &8. & & ones thi Mi a. Po
blood punfier. It goes down to the very bottom of the tritig
cleanses the derulation, iuvigorates the blood, and completely
matism from the svatem. Plasters, liniments, soothin mn,
be ed for the temporary relief and ca m they bring but
be effected til 8 & 8. has remnored the cas-e. It frestie bl
Imparity gpd makes it a rich, health sustaining fluid. to b riall
relief sad comfort to those who suder with Rheumuat. AW3 g ?
Us. aad Wm meucM l advice free to all who write.


The L Distan e System

One of the met valuable fate
of our serves, to eur uberibers and
to the publ generally, le our enne-
tien with tMe exten mve leg dietan
lines of the Amerlean Telephone and
Telegraph Company and the their -
seelted Iell Telephone eemUlpani
We own tholeend ofte oiles f tg
di e ltanee ines In the a n State In
which we perate and in addition ean
eomeet any telephone n our system
with lIne extending to any ether city
In which a Mell Telephone system is
These loen dletanee lines are of the
moet modern and improved lonstrue-
tion and are maintained at a high
Mate of eIclency. The eoil systems.

operatingg in vargo"s saam (1
entry, are uniform in woiw
met and in their methw aw
atl n
Only by reason of thie ~e al
arrangement between the go I
phone companiale e it paetile t
a Sell Telephone s ethm alm
ask fr "Leng Dietmnee manld lo
emmunication with anet a," 1
in the country.
This vast network ef wiae, -s
Ing throughout the matlei, I a
daily in commerce and fre uI p&
poefe by the banker, the tearm a
citizens in all walks of Nit ada
plant here is an Important Nak
great chain.

Southen Bell T

and Telegraph I

5 a

Tis CoroNx WILL Nor BE Gooi Arr:tK FeB. 12. IM

Bush & Safford The Gainesville S.


Addrew ---
This 'Colupon may twe caijt at Thei. ~un otti ,r at eitherr ,,f the' toN0
nectid with the conutt. NO(T G(XID) AFTE FEB I'ARY 1;,

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G. S. Merchant & Co.

Retailers aad Jeobbere I

Staple and Fancy Croceries
Grail, Gardeq Seed anqd Fertilizers
Highest market price paid for Chickensa Eggs ard otihs PreOl
A Complete stock ot Hay. Corn. Oats. Flour, tiran. -*.al .C4
bemd Meal aud Ktye. We handle only the Very Best ood
at Lowest Prices, and guarantee sa6Iftettoo Sl y1V
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S. ?,s,'30W3 119
everymorwing es-
by arrer In the city. r
.-Vatted mates. poAe
g1ir mot s etthe: St. 3 thl
ive weekA.--ttodly la

to WWIsel etan eofeots a o le
ae g wtf or A ich aBr itioual
eyMtiaga made kuown O

"a meIs a edat pge, orty
n. di every Monday adu
I0as sall t the of the
md ge"MI, mad will be
60 amy prt of the rt'ted
Ser a* yeas-4a advance.
M UM t esm.nt dae dmTe~ rtm

b t to vole at the municl-
Mu Aprl 13th. see to It
111t.110 is on the city regis-

ai- ever satisfactorily

II Ithe estiton of "How old is
g o e Wi like to get them to
Bl bew long it will be before
laqeW is paved with vitri-

&r louth African British col-
lg at last formed a federation
W that of Australia. The opil y
pelat is that of the capital.
Idgy wants Cape Tostwn. Natal
MhagWal want Pretoria. and
'b bl hope that Illoemfonteln
sthatm. That these colonie-.
wme at deadly war with each
W thea a decade ago, are now
IN nmeiously together is a
aii w for freedom and repre-
11 ie r erament.

_i very general satisfaction
Ommad of the Russian gov-
h1t the extradition of Rudo-
bla. denied. The decision
UaWhed States Government in
is a vinlication of the sacred
of asylum, and while occasional-
riglt may be abused, yet bet-
it than give up so righteous a
We deplore the excesse'ts
evelautionists In Russia. but the
ty for them must be charg-

k 1e good feeling twbetween Eng-
Salld Japan cooling off? There are
Sthat it is. In the naval confer-
lM bld in London the liritish au-
' W ere sanguine that Japatn
aIport their proand)pition. but
tesh the opposite position Then.
s Japanese manliiste.r at P.kil
to go with the' Amneri(ca aind
alaistert+ to e'nquir.' of the'
gI5 overunmet it. attitude' usi
ig l reforms and th.lir hearing
m international re-latol- l .

Istruck at thb. ihiquitus hit .
r ~de in Chicago and otlher cit.i,..
hil bposible to cone,,.ise,, ,f an' Ili
raPter than theft of (e)rr ',I t ll
vistue of )oUaia Kgirl.- and draxgilig
a dWo to lasti.IK ruin Y. t al I-- a
.ll t o fahi.h il-familou', lien atlil1
hiie h',ae grualn ri-h Thi. heitx
8 4 iPris4.J i 'elit e lie's' p nlll I" ti il

fthe' aor.,t traffickt-.r III ha
11MI ies iilake 1% t4) IlAlov, A (1-te 1- III

Udlag tobgether a, ai r.-i~ d Wl lift'
0" wor e'r all 1141111 tvAo smiduld~

km 'eig't III lIjt Aith A1c.'.
"b reduc qed te, 11 ,11, (oil 1,,, toi '
Ifty sahi at ito. vie l.al I:'*. b

* ill be' ijro -. d r. i.
SIof the, (itte~- cit,-. Ii
ib i be.)d a a 0 i I. t
tha~t i-uci. i

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The Philadeliphia Record says: 'In
the Italkans. before. going to wair.
the irate government are obliged to
walt for the snow to nmelt. This a hes,-
them time to think and to count the
cost. With the melting of the snow
their wrath naelts. and they set alouiit
putting In their spring crops. Ma'i
we not hope, as the snow mnelt.s, for
like dissilpatlon of ;t)!h anti .lap bilus
tering on thie 'Pacifle (Coast and the'
Rocky niountatin tps" What few .Jap-.
there are In C(alifornia and Nevada
will then be needed for sowing and
reading "'
The Washington Post says: "There'
should be no curb upon the speech h
of Mr. Tlllman or of any other Sen-
ator. excepting the curb he may place
upon himself and the curb of public
opinion If the Senate should adopt
'the rule. there would be unseemly
wrangles over the alleged offensive-
ness of language used. and the out-
come would not be satisfactory to
anybody. The Senate is a place where
free speech the pure. unadulterated
truth-may be uttered by any Senator
brave enough to utter It. and he may
not be questioned in any other place.
There should be no step taken to
shackle free speech In that high forum.
Public opinion will see to it that this
free speech does not degenerate of-
fensive license."
The Baltimore Sun says: "The lav-
ish extravagance of this Government
is the wonder and astonishment of
the world. In 1880 the army cost $38,-
I(h.tK)O. In 194 8 it cost 110.000.000.
The cost of the navy grew in the
same years from $13.500,000 to $118.-
000.000. The total ordinary expenses
of the Government In ISt were $264.-
147.0(). In 1908 they were $659.522.-
004o. The Fifty-first Congress appro-
priated In two sessions something like
a thousand million dollars. It was
called 'the billion-dollar Congress.' and
the extent of the extravagance so
shocked public k.entinment that at the
next election a Ioliti-al revolution oc-.
curred. Itut since that tinie. the peo-
ple have bt-colme less sensitive and
they now view a two-billioni-dollar Con-
gr.-.s with equanilmity The question
for the party in power to consider Is
whether the people will view with
complacence and indifference a bond
Issue and war taxes In time of peace."
The Philadelphia Record says: "It
was at out Liaue the law in all the
States that an alien could not take
nor hold title to land. Though almost
universally repealed, and considerably
modified by treaties, a disposition has
manifested itself In recent years to
re-enact the statutes against alien land
ownership Both Illinois and Okla-
horna have recently adopted laws for.
bidding foreigners from becoming free-
holders of agricultural lands, and
abridging their privileges to the ac-
quiremaent of leaseholders for strictly
(otiiniercial purpo-ec. The enactment
of a similar law by the California
Legislature. If made applicable to all
aliens, could not reasonablyv be made
a cause of comrnplait on the part of
Japan. |.articularly in view of the fact
that the owner.hipi of land he foreign
er5 in Japaln i (.Itoel. restricted. The.
nodiaficat1on of the prolu.-'ed (California
'.tatute's in t he' ,e't'" indicated -ihould
.atist.. alil od 'jectiton- sine it' I' he'
lr-e'ent illtent teo follow the' lroe i-illo
of the Japlanese law on the subje't '

It I.- aill e.t. at bul! 111 x. u,-abi, t lilliK
to run *I..VM. th*e rla e a" wlhl I n ""*
li','" .1N t.tl. nt i- i.*" utlled i do i it
tAll thtih I- n- ";r I?' to l*.rt-l r l'ntly
tclk ;tboeut It- te, tcnelill '-, wlli ah us
l allI ar f alii ; l iin're It- I',ad antli-
.IK wiinh iu-tall ar.- tanti T'he-e,
i kl e k r- w hli lih .atr. f*enll iII .alinolI

i,., e I.l.u'i e eoull elo w.11 to ltilv;, te

i tenll ii,' l'- t* l'

Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
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Andt aI hhoutlnit the Chicago
schoolil authorities p>ut a ban on the
0ll)[lti1 of "lixhI'" at the Lincoln ce-le.
ration? Can t think of an) occasion
when the South' great war song
wouldd be more completely out of place
and It- use" how a more, absurd want
of gsIt taste' The antics the New
)rl.atns IProtress.lve Union is cutting
lup about the matter will awaken the
rilItiiliti.s of seni lhlle Southerne-r.
%ho are noted for their hi.ncerity and
d...ltion to the eternal fitness of
1thingh. They love their song and
honestly admire Lincoln, but surely
the words of one and memor) of the
other would not mix any better than
oil and water.-Pensacola Journal.
The Journal takes a -nsible view of
the matter. Is there a true Southern-
er who would not object to the sing-
ing of "Yankee Doodle" at the cele-
bration of the birthday of Jeff lavis'
Let's all respect the feelings of each
other on such occasions,. and cease
this eternal stirring up of strife be-
tween the scarred veterans who
fought to maintain what they deemed
to be right.

"The recommendations of the com-
mittee of experts called Into consul-
tation by the Secretary of Agricul-
ture to determine an official classifi-
cation of cotton grades." says The
Mobile Register. "have been received
In the South without any sign of dis-
approbation The standard of grades
fixed by the experts and which will be
adopted by the Government. is practi-
cally the Liverpool classtflcation, com-
prasing nine grades. To prevent con-
fusion the Government classification
will not go Into effect until the begin-
ning of the 1910 cotton season. Con-
gress will be asked to safeguard the
classification and to make appropriate
penalties against tampering with the

A pineapple weighing 10 pounds and
having fifty-two crowns was brought
Into town by C. A. Killer on Monday
and shipped to the Mid-Winter Exposi-
tion at Jacksonville, to be added to
the St. Lucie county exhibit.- Fort
Pierce Tribune.

Pensacola merchants are finding a
profitable market for their surplus
eggs In Tennessee towns.

Weak and unhealthy kid an VwO
pmbKisfor much sickns ine
-- threfor, if idne

co-ta- n. tc -rio
sules eme most likely
to uaIow. Yowrotber
orans may seed at-
S tetio, but your kid-
meys moat, becs
= they do most and
J -M sould have attetiom
-.. first. Therefore, whes
your kidneys are weak or out of order,
you ca unSderstad how quickly yoare- I
tire body is affected and how every organ
eemru to 4il to do its duty.
If yoare sick or feel badly," begin
taking the great kidney remedy Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root. A trial will con-
vince you of it great merit.
The mild and immediate effect of
Swamp. Ret the great kidney and
bladder remedy, ia soon realized. It
stands the highest because its remarkable
health retiring properties hae been
Iroven in thousands of the most distress-
ing cases. If you need a medicine you
should have the best.
Sold by druggists in
fifty-centt and one-dol-
lar sest. You may
have a sample bottle
by mail fre.e. also a
pamphlet telling youa
how to id out if you have kidney or
bladdelr trouble. Mention this paper
when writing to Dr. Kilmer &t Co.,
Hinghamton., N. V. Don't make any mis-
take, Ihpt rnmemilr the ame, Swamp-
Boit, 4A doat let a dealer sell you
something Iln place of Swamp-Root-if
uu do t you will be disappointed.

'..b iy I i **'***. *sd m*e maui
i M..' A biMg da f u1 .
;ass iCas' I' s nM r tVo.s.nes.
ofs o to v ales rUfa"
by .U.-. Prp >id f.
'^^Se"'Ar ass& W& mpwww-

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Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South .................... 10:10
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................ 4 p

Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Pabla,
Lake City, Valdwsta, and all points Norh 6:001
Returning, arrive Gaineeville.... ............. *:M.1

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Tickets on sale Pebruary 28th, March Ist, Sad
and 3rd, final limit to reach original starting point
not later than midnight March 10th.
For further information, nremrvationa, etc., call oa sma Ietu
Agent, or write
A. W. FRITOT, Divison Pamseger Agent, JacksoavUile, Fl.
W. J. CRAW(, T. C. WHITr,
Pawnger Traflk ManaQ, (Ueoera Paw. Aap.t,
Wilmington, N. C.


Air Line Railway
K. Bfvls WaraeM, R. Laanster Wiliaais md L C. tmaM. 3elea
l'llll..\lsl '.'1 llA NEW YORK *
Sl:.\ ABI\l:H, IH.(,I!PI.\ I,1M.1ITE1 ,
-I:1 \; .1:II VI I \IR-IO(UNI). L-IMITED
T'ill II.S \l I I-'l e \ I 1.11I11IT 1I)- Soll lPulluiau Vesti-
l i all l I, I i'tC,,, i l ('lub ('ar. Ol)b r%'alon (ar and
i' I111 s,1i 1 t 1' I j : '-. ( 'it aitd 4St .\ Ut atiuUt ; Pu ll-
i. 4 ea,,i,,,i ,, r 1 .-, h.rs. r > t'it) tu I'dallu each;
'1U1, Ai I t 1 '1 ." i -. Ii. ict, ii J.r-ey City a
K,; : '- s. I ., it aidl M1 i I l.'a e t Augustlae
1 12 i in amid JacksonilleI '. I II, ail) I ex For full Information and sleeping car reservation eall l
any Agent Seaboard, or write S C B')OL STON, Jr., Aaaleta8t
General Passenger Agent, Jaciksonvlle, Florida.
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Si n DAILY GAIN uMsLNi. owiDA, FEBRUARY 11. 1909


Moody. LaCrosse; 0. W. Miller,
Store Seastor--H. H. McCreary.
Members Hoe-syd L Carter,
Gamtemve; T. A. Doke. Santa rf
SCfty e---:
Mayor-Horatio Davis.
Marshal -11. T. Aruow.
Tax As&wr-B. R. Cosbon.
Tax Collector-T. U. Ellis. sr.
Clerk and Treasurer J. Masey D-ll
City Attorney -W. 8 .Broome.
Board of Aldermeu-T. W. Shand-
President; Geo. K ltrtxmnue, 8 J Iur
sett. E. E. Canuun. I 8 Gra. 8. S
M. Mixmon. A. L. Vidal.
Board of Public Workb -I-f Ta.
Ior. Chairman, W W. liHapton, bertrT
tary; 11 F Diuttou. E J Itslrd. J li
Scare a tenant fur that vacan'
room through a classed ad. 1"
The BSea.
It you ha'a found anytktti -. i
M be advertid in the W'It column



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In Which a Resident of Alachua

he Awarded a Beautiful Howard

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00

The Bmsh Safford Piano Co.,

etaves of The R. S. Howard

The Contest to be Conducted by

Behalf of Bush & Safford. :

One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be
residing in the County of Alachua who r
number of votes between December 15th, 1I



In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be used
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To tsb i mbam t i v huta t, s d Wac ir.......$S2NM
To fMu dsi u .ft I tihst I...aUber.W eh"for...... ..17.
To t mtiar bmStwve intmttheW, M fed fr.......- .-. $11 I
Theee due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anymore
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.

How and Where to Get
- --- Votes
The following merchants will give one vote
for every cent paid into their establishments for
goods which they handle:
The Gaineeville Hardware Co.
Phifer are.
Hyde & T*eM.
Where Votes My e Cat
Ballot boxes will be found in the establish.
maits of the merchants giving votes and at The
San ofce. Votes sent by mail mubt be directed
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun.
Oainesville., Florida.

$1.25-Thre months' subsc

Rules and Regulation
1. The contest Is open to anyone llvlng WI
Alachua county who is known by the conducts
of the contest or vouched for by some repuUiis
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attachee or relative of the Pr
prietors of the above-named firms are eligible
participate nla this contest, and will i,articilate t
no manner.
3. In the event of a misunderstanding betwM
candidates or others interested In this coutsA,
such controversy may be rt.frrd to the CO
durtors of contest, who alone are the perstm0
qualified to render decialons.
4. In the event a candidate decideot to with'
draw from the race. such candidate %!il not be
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of aoCaat
candidate in the contedL

on.....................rtes e a
;riotion .... .. . . .. . 400 vote 5w VOWI

$2.50--ix months' subscription ....................... 1,000 votes
$5.00-One year's subscription ............ ........... 3,000 votes
For a club of five one-year subscriptions (before April 1, 1900) 25,000 votes
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1)... .25.000 votes

1,200 mow
3,500 veT
30,000 v t
30,000 voW

There 'is no limit to the milpuIer of elul, ah .etamt-~iwit N~y.pr



$1.00- Oue year's subscription. .. .... .......... ....

For a club of five one-year subscriptions ......

400 vMo

.. 4,000 VOW

i 'l'lt< r i- n lim it t )o t in i e miiu m l ,,.r o ,! ( l-lI ,. 't,; 'l, ,o', i ,t .- jti ti t i s, ct\r ,' _
Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is undesired by the propriety
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County Wi

Piano, and 11

Furnish kf

Sole Repe

Co. of Mia.



given to the peso
receives the highest
908, and 10 p.m.

ask Aghk Ago. Agh. .ft. dft ,I, -



#.r__ FWq IN -1-1 -F?, -.

TI "(

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47, porarily located New families are
arriving there *ea n week It in th..
k w w headquarters of the rconitru tion alld
operating department
The construrtlon work ha been dl
vided up into sections and the enai
TRIP eer. It Is said. are trying to outdo
u nYAR 1910. each other in accomplishing results
The BArt section at Kilght's Key is
S i O i Iunaider way. The i eond and third sec
St Oa S Mt tlion., with headquarters at Pigeon
OIp lMe NeMt bay. are pushing the work on each side
of them island. one In one direction.
i s aps*$ the. other la the opposite. There arp
S*ampa at aDuck Key. at both esds of
.1-I i.-W u the liablehi Honda and at the 8pltilh bar.
el te Plore d bar keys. between the Spanish har-
w.otkaa which is hor and Pine Key the dedges have
Ss o pleteo d about completed a 1.100-foot fll out
ei8jdMiS at Kaight's to the channel. across which a trestle
S. Plagler. own- will he built Amona Kep is now head-
gWb e to carry out quarters for the tourists who go that
of ferryti fa r South to se the extension work
s~r to Ha vana, pas- The Improvements there are neartin
to ester a parlor completion and the eattire force short.
Chicago and upon ly wIN hb moved southward.
l Cuban soil. Ninety ales of water lie between
kl have trails rBeaing Key West and Havana. but after leav-
West ina tim for Mr. Ing the mainland at the southern ex-
4gr thie line oa his tremity of Florida trains will run over
jasJary. 1910. If the water on long concrete viaduct
Strates across the bridges stretching from key to key
S glavaeI from Key for an even greater distance to Key
I tht the time be- West.
Mi the capital of---
Mlice will be Afty aby Hands
the time between Will get into mischief-often it
,q steamers sailing m seas a burn or cut or scald. Apply
doek is I fty-two fallard's Bnow Liniment Just as soon
as. the a cedd happens, and the pain
I Ud-rtakin. will be relia. while the wound will
yet to be ca seal quickly and nicely. A sure cure
Kiight's Key dock for spraims, rheumatism and all palns
S eit more per ml.e Price 25c. 60e and $1.00 a bottle. Sold
Ihetofore bulit by W. M. Johnon.
am any yet used on
Slftead. running as It Hew to Settle S l@ .
35 T over the water. Thee I a you Harlem matroe
From Knvtht', Ke y whose metal equilibrium is upset the
first of each mouth by the prospect of
SWest the dlstarce i.etting her husband wee the size of the
Por twenty-flyv mille bills that conie its for food, drink and
a great part of the for her own personal adornment Her
p partially completed. fou:r-year-old daughter offered her a
4* the gap and on the valun:ble suggestIon the other day as
Swrt ts going forward to t he simplest enos of settling bills.
ipr. In addition to the Thw small chb d. seeing her mother
Salready at work *ia.idningln with a clouded brow a bit
the line. thousands *.f p:tper. inquired:
bng rushe th by "In it a ni e letter. mammar
rushed Siouth by : it's a nty big till deare.
tMin order to.complete TIe build's s bright eyes closed as it
IIHM the present year. %be were searching her Innermost soul
staging Up. or some word of comfort. Suddenly
up rapidly on e cashed a clad look at her mother.
a up rapidly on id her vok.e had all the brlliancy of
iJ* M.- the latest one one voting an inspiration:
,in which the terminal -Mamma. Jes' tear It up Then you
ft !A &_ --"-__a 0%'-V.&90

b- have been tem-

ise n -$.be e-
@MMal halr-dressing It
i lfrei and It allays
M adruff" w cll cause.
II lectlvely cures
&M OP the germ that
5IB Iarwm esieus hr to
aw baMsness; la killing it.
M Ming hair and prevents
Ith a ideal hair dress-
a ari itoc atle charm to
L 069 distinctive old
a S-- ed iM. t stamps
I lIa Brpieid Co.. Deo
b L Mets and 1..
- f Ca.. *Melal Am

don't bnae to pay it. -.ew York IfTr
Worn Ot.
That's the way you feel about the
lungs when you have a backing cough
It', foolishnesss to let it go on and
trust to luck to get over It, when Bal-
lard's Horebound Syrup will stop the
cough and heal the lungs. Price 25e.
A0c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by W.
M. Johnsou.
Willing He Should Know.
A certain heastful man iaserts th.it
he knows hou to piny on two cornets
:At once. amld Ihe neighbors my that
t1:"y d, e't I, ije-t to his knowing h.w.
Iqit that li h:id wtter not try to do It
To feel strong. have good appetite
and digestion. sleep soundly and en
Joy life, use Iturdock Blood Bitters, the
ereat system tonic and builder.

Afraid of (Iosts (Waft
med roldere. Yet i ONO isah i meyiand VI*' NART $US =.
"I townis a ato. V Me gsiooeld be Neoit me
f*t *ae l ai ft eomenIti would smser e* Ofteis at Crawerl & tV il
.1 dhmI. Calls amwwerad d O
mt i .e weeldEsdT h eye nr.t CattUe sad dogs all reewv pm
Th e _m s' ely e ee W T ----- .a ..eee-. tests.
S weassv iso abw spe t -eMI a an |ism
M di I a d ies. I im doe addlme D 0t0 .. WA LDKo
vWhends, weo0 iitud, e*a adew Dd.k. DR-.03 wa
a heBew eye, wom de ppetie is peeoor ad m
C sIA GsNm is ti sa&M to uad suT the ga. Tesme
do sesurr h i t a n b "f
tdI vital pmser ewWiSi 0
sWstm el Igg I ile, eei sohes MHed, pw t in.
4mash nd oigas i ad see inie l i ane Idfe aw disie6. 10 0M. 1 1011 ., m sea a
h garm ds oe wndk or bimed spao"s S wed.
hodrugs. AM l if easss pri ead n its au *ds -
awper. It lI se ota ineert ali it a Iedooira oIrl -DL WARDn

CHINA'S RAND CANAL. Osrnoa n o h Tham S e if.-
Mrs.y (.,wll-Vbo In that I tUwhe Iuda & a hrlO's W oh h
iSee&Istes ft Helds WaIer 5 to looked 1t 7Yu1 s if hoe kOew yOiu? M Ns .K
Peat the Beets. HIgIOe-ilne Is a mn who hbas dn .
Of oarmi the crude and outgrown m prfe i. Mn sw l work f ni 'W 41
method. used a (:MIN s 'aGrad eal or twtire. He's a rhlepedis3. tMr DR* -Do a. u ea
a wrielt is the North Cuims Daily G4 Ob.yes; I've
News remarks: "'Thbe ~JtiOe of the bea V f thlI They 4t h= believeIs inD
real canal with the Wei river wuas not feeinatis. do theyt-Chicag TrIb' .
by meast of a lock. bet simply a blab ,
and steeply scoping mud bank. over
which the grala vesels bhad to be aT M"soO OIIIw O O .IlIIo
draxged by the ferne of perhape ma y In punrsaee of Chaper eo 4115, lIU
hundreds of me.. It should be borne Seejt I aw of Florida, I give he. --
in mind that In China the laok of a *wmmt showing t*he amu|
-anal Is not much more like oar Idesa .mq eohgee bW. D.B Dei". AnLDWiUN.
ot what that saawe uuenotes thas it 5 eo o isAI omty Flee-
Ike a padlock. Amid constant and
often serious changes of leveL with as ida, for th*' p*'d en *I Je *TIe .
uncertain s and not Infrequently a low, ao sown by semsy traumwr'
rsanty supply of water, and with a fsiepS0 on f le in my e11 I s owt:
gral fleet whchb traveled In bWocks of AZ BOLL 190. I W O- D a a
ame eighty rebels under one eerI. eS .. ................. W l ra h ULM IM..
It was neceNary to devise sone way FrdI ..... ....... o w
for keeping them together and for Road Fead, Spre.2' 062 I1t7 W I* L A13R,
trnasterrian them as a consoldated ewol Fred ... .. ....... 1am
ult with this In view. .heol PFnd, teAweil D(a e.r te M A O-
F'or this reason a Chinese lock ou seasol Polls. 1n,7 O I... O..... .Ason
the Randd canal in nothing but a stone S abho Pol l., 19u40 147 "
gateway lato whlikh larje boards may
be lowered through a groove In the Total. ... .... 41
stones. restraining most of the water 8. H. WIrOMa. (AINUSVUL3. AlAghut
from Its ow. until there is a depth'~ (; in'it cU. r0U hi Batmms
the boards are pulled up and the wen- gne at hem tos I aIEDIDmA k.
tire fleet pauws through.b e y or boo n hL If tdAT *
"After tbis the boards are again toUd. be, od oto somoe. who is n. ATWNORT AT LAW.
lowered for another dlvislon of the IsMSIy mW11 1 Wr1 9 Wa
rrain hosts. In -ase the water gives .
out-a by nos means unlikely occur-0 g" do
reare-ttuere Is nothing to do but to |
wait until moe comes from some- Foumded 1I6 IMorp't'd ___
wheIe.'" .--.i-- A ti--ii irat

.-.--, Aktract C-m I-, IO
b KM YTu b1 .. -#W o4 ?malmt
u e owr ,,c .4.i'. SClwtS, Ps.k-Tras. I*.
ugase of __.a____

To What ame Use B, Rte. This company has rved the people LA f LD
One of our State ista h ir Irs iw of Alachua county for nearly a quar-
calved a note from a customer hear W
tag the cryptic mesaa "lehad III. r, of a century n coat
act 1. line 138." TwurIng to the pae.
.ase r ead. "-Now. by ,t. Pal, -. La AND TITLES ---
next moment be had gives the order.-
Boatoo Tranacr4pt Practice i aR Oggaggi Si1 -
Boto TJLnsnljr. aniI an* fully prpare-I to give ne*- I- .
Uselees Prayers. pk'te inform ,iunt tMwlciitg your title.
An earnest young preacher In a re- ('u.il*, s-,i of ilNsuks posted daily. -i
mote country vllage conclded a long
and ,omprehensive suppiUratiom by "ay kin fr Fr J datI
IlK. *And now let us pray for thoe 0iA IIm Ia
who are dwelling In the ninhabtated IL AS
portions of thes earth "

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I r..'1 I. . $2.50
I V.I i I al ...... 2.75
1i!, I il..I .. .... 3.00
I|l:,.k ,l,, . 3 25
\\tt.- I .. 3 50


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If~a, 1% 1 e-rry us.'1 l'asrn Ba Sicsti-

V i I 1~, Ia. 1 oil i,-r t4iarl.cr

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Having repealed and muatOd -r
Bakery, we ae sow psopasd to n
you ezivihnt w vim. Have Mor w-
gona top at your door *emy ---->

oer edmodde. Is s bemthd
Ways owehw wish a higs
*be T. OJW. Prup. o s oM lo

Itta al iverd ieLr I
ly **ahs.It do" md him

sale kthpalo oa theea. OMO

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Will I.' -.wnt IFree with every orlier dluriig .lanuary.



Orink nDiAiiiv: ti: OiksvRI-. nohmiL F]9ku&.ny Ito 1909


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-d NI What I

Si rc Theatrity.

* electric Theatre



i t at at Rutbrfordo'

ll Waldo was in the
B -aine5
paid to ladlea

viogim. by John
M 1 etriec Theatre.
justice of the peace
a sIvtor to Galnevllle

gImnd yesterday from
n as been on a ahort

518 e tonight. Joha
SV y PFeltows of New

|,p0, of the Gainesville
at Palmer, wa' among
i the city yesterday.
jr, was a visitor to the
mw my yesterday. He
ink after his taxes
iTolc ai guaranteed to
a-. colds and lagrippe.
so 6 F W. M. Joinsom.
elvaine left yester-
visit to DeLand. where
the time with friends.
llMthr Boring of the Sea
Iltadqarters at Waldo.
Ob e visitors to the city

Bruton went to I)un-
to take a couple of
to the caniS. *:1

EKabs. Mathushek.
Iwo & Pond Pianos and
W ale by W. I.. Hill

taphbean of AlachuA. on.
t planter% of that .;er
Sy yesterday atteniding to,
Eari G W I, ingtin
Mi vlsitort, to the cit. .>e,-
1wasn r.,;;t, tio in "i
laM after .1 |.ri ':i r
* ",ey. c -.!h'l i 'ar ti, i,:i. I
blowa Was In ii' ii' 4 .t
of Oa Alacii.i i- ': I-' I I,:
6as0 c sit, r ji1if 1. .,4. I

Thompm N.

Electric Theatre.


Cedar Key oysters, day and alght,
at Rutherford's Restaurant
Hartwell and Thurman Kelley of
Prairie Creek were shoppers in the
cit) yesterday .
If your purse permits indulge In the
best. We offer unexcelled table-board
for $8 per week. The Brown House.
Mrs. M. K. Linch and Mrs. Row and
little son of Alabamaa are in the city.
visiting Major and Mrs. J W. Tench.
\W L. Hill returlied est'rday from
a business" trip to Alachua amidI other,
IMinai'. in tthe int re-t of his. piano

Mrs.. W T Gill li.ft ).-sterday for
Alachua. herv she will spend the
ne.\t few da.s aisit inig lhr parents. Mr
ind Mrs. Shawl
Mr and Mrs (' '. Chitty. who hate-
lo. n!i \i-ltiu.: relali s at Mit Inopl.
tor ai ,liort w ile,. return.l tit) their
homielit' h r. l ..-tr. l.i

I'.il ii'.t te .L I'"'a t |hi l, '. 1 % 1o. tiio l af
* .,- ;a -l,.r't \i-. a i ,'t', th iui.- aiaotlaT.
I' It ,. il. l \! \\ ll. il

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hf w~ 11114-1i ~ Ite%%It jt'! .itI t a1'I. 4fl* .1a'.I
ft'S resjuir.. that CrfuCeWOW.t~ *, %14q
'fbbhftk'1, gti&%'= t., it,.. -in 'I'~
ff Wrill i.... j1AIl "I' conservmfively and In stfr'ct cant dence.

V mlil) M ,- ir.-. i hnt l I" I' II \I I 'll' ,'s ..

WE A. hIb '

t,' .ee and hear the "Funny Fellows,
of New York." by John Thompson at
the Electric Theatre tonight.
Mrs J. M. Rivers and Uttle son left
yesterday for Santa Fe. where they
will wpend a Jew days visiting Mrs.
Rivers' parents. Hon. and Mrs. W. M.
Cures baby's croup, Willie'* dally
cuts and bruises, ama's sore throat,
grandma's lameneas-Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil the greatest household

"r .1 'i:; 4, I al tIh tli. ily \%.d iiw d.ta i' l-has again
-it II,. ii i.daild 'l. at ia .'- l il .M.1A i
al iaaii ;i ... i i. .t:. 4ird.- i of lu li
I ie Ir e. | .,II ttill

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a a..' a \'.A. ea A it wae1

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skitaal pa-.&. -dra, A A1
a 1,, ir u-vim diii Ir,~
to t ii rm il : ltee 4IA! af
I I to.o- 4 Iia'll off

I 4 a I tI ll. jI II

A ini- $1.ip4)i4l fro-.
.t! .>ea \rgtg Arre

f it- 11 11,4 ..i o-.~
il, Ia I -.I a A f k e I

A I,. rq I 144 II.. All44

Niagara Cream

Paste Silver

Polish. .......

coitliti l ) ny |)i l3onmtlls-
chenmic.ls. 4uli 11 s other
manufacturers use.

GUARANTEED to be ab-
solutely free from grit.

solid silver, silverware
and all other such arti-
cles. Put up in conve-
nient screw-top jars.

-Ue .?7


Pretty Home Weiatng Oaeurred at
Deaytona Wednesday Afternan.
DAYTONA. Feb h.10-A pretty home
wedding war *olenmnied here today at
the home of the bride's mother. Mrs
Sullivan. when Mr. J. Fletcher Hiur
nett of (ainesville and her daughter.
Miss Alma. were united in holy wed-
The wedding was a very quiet af-
fair and only a few very Intimate
friends of the young lady were press
ent to witness the ceremony.
Following the marriage the happy
couple received the congratulations
and left for their ftuure home in

lioth parties are well-known In this
city. Miss Sullivan having for some
time lived here and made a host of
admiring friends who wish her much
happiness in her wedded life.
Mr. Burnett was reared in Gaines-
ville and has for several years held
a posiltlon as salesman i the clothing
store of L.. J. Bnrkhlm. and be hab
a boat of frkieds who extend to him
their best wslabes.

CoesouMe. Take Netoee
Commeaing oa Friday morning.
and lasting all of the day. all water
consumers east of Sweetwater braneb
will be cut off while the force is en-
gaged In making the connection for
the new malns. All parties are re-
quested to save all water they will
need during the day.
B. P. MILLER. Supt.

W. M. Gist, an extensive trucker of
Mclntosh, was among the business via-
itors to the city yesterday.
"Funny Fellows of New York." by
John Thompson. at the Electric Thea
tre tonight 2.5 and 16 cents.
The Lyman Twins in their big musi-
7al coui edy. "The Yankee Drummers."
at The iaird Theatre tomorrow night
R. E I.. Robinson left yesterday for
points in the southern part of the
State, to look after bis duties as ro4
supervisor of the A. C. L.
Twenty-five cents is all It will cost




s.b ubh rtlm. bat so yadvs
sat taken for less teaA 38 eats. Oz
words make a line; o fractsmal lines.
every word over each sixs m .tia as
in additiwal lae. CASH ito dvauWe*
usnt ,acxui'iny all orders for iser
tikms in Ut s eln:ni


hatii.nger bol Apply ..1
I' uit. Telgraph office.

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99u). B. P. 0. E.-Meets
towi 141it at ; :~.so ..lock
fu Elks (101114.. VimI

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Is absolutely out o f einmam Be
a socal function unless the leaM a
is faultless. Our misllIs to s pe
the tableware-that la the d tls ea
porcelala portion of it. AttrMetive de
latns. perfeetly-mad eaps. eaers
etc.. are here. We l-vite "-bp-st/w-
Breeks Seln 11 t W. Mal Sto

NEW Mitt Muqv_

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FEB'Y. 12

And a ireat Company in
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m welcomed. ItaE- 'vc. 7 s-. *.. NOUs
It.; J. M.M Deli. Jr.. Swrcrtair) 11i r I I yaI~" t.4 St lk-rup.

First National Bank
<;,\1 ..! V-\'II.I.K. I- I.t HII)A

Established Over Twenty Years

....We Solicit Your Business....


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The Bainesille National huk

d d fr gert to te C.ptsnr at toe
E0n d B~ia. Friday, FePob. 5 Iooe

Inoan and Dieounts ........ ....... .$320,409 83
Overdrafts. ... ... .... ............ 292 55
Building and Fixtures ................. 39,732 63
United States Bonds and Premiums...... 170,976 98
County Boads and Warrant............ 19,480 00
Camh and Sight Exchange .............. 103,644 63

Total..... .......* *... ....... .... I ,M
Capital Stock ................... ... $100,000 00
Surplus and Undivided Profits.......... 17,938 00
Circulating Notes Outstanding .......... 97,600 00
Bonds Borrowed ..................... 29,000 00
Rediscounts . 31,460000
United States Deposits.. .............. 40,00000
Individual and Bank Deposits ........... 338,548 43
Total ............... ............ *M*4J 3 5*
I, C. A. Fairclotb, Cmbir of the aboWve-med bsk, dem mdo
swear that the shove *tatmst b tre to the bat of m km
belief. C. A. FAILClT t ,=
ftbribed ad m om to hitfore me lam thie tb d ekF M, ML.
W. H. ANDlItOON, Jr., INery e.
.ttct-At: M. H. DePI, W. 3. AteeuW, T. W. adb, 3 bum.


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*one lras L Lahh a Wu y New T
hu semmr ---0 T na hu TIsh .

SSACOLA.~ nL ., lk.-- of TAMPA. Ph.,f b. rI.-A herrn blo w smlt of clt s oft
g oge Wfam&d the mpet a Irgs oto 4 B ad was mad by a uirnr at eaa m was eviMteaty tlYhat a
at mun to the P. ~ ~e Tseday abt a nil seahwest of mea athe ais race. T.
sModetthe dm the f am"h onr river ol.o wUI so tr voe o t we
sa par at m aMi. H ea L i thso Hw1 s ms fr some of his Utray- tio a to wok the a
eanofoDm the WW Citry. O d eca e m i h em as tle m a 0 i e1tly worknlag e Mthe -s-
f$am V SWM I s M1 --I w mes Vs mewl-ae mnid at earth. Wesot to that there s a very teambd o
isbO homer of the Ips M who i t saO eem ased to di UCipect i th Matity of the mug g,
9Nro"% to do" 41e- 4 tolad a madia bM wIst he eps pnohthig ea be said fn her a
IU ion""a tw 11 a plygmd Otmeu otseaem -I- d mle brle I. 3m th hamb of --the l. T
atendeta d lo them it hn. mt el to ei- with his. .a le W hS ed evdemee to low the aers to
lot *m Isare by 09l AsMsNsai om the =mad. He w fthr dis- evileace. wieh Is co asiered
to h wa5soan*a .es s ofes aed6er0. tartohig B* egarhs. seds 55uWhe. sIt to the quest.
a- aemie S91Wof It Prlds. through telephea eesages, sad Dep I i t
S-- meed Plr n the territory wm e ut? Slerti W. C. Sparse as w TI body was lat i idj
amaSamIN bedwM the P Sefeb lorhe a time oe the Me. V 'Fae tct me that o B. LaBells, a weilhy
Smskm was t prtof the mi O f mIasle Justi ee wte OL b on. wha abrker tL rlauItalan -
aI toI waAIerm werld. Af ias a -, er.rr. rumtm@ a y. and has been visIU e As
Pe on I rnemw& I It wasO Md th b t ye.r bumed In LO thlry- .sINed Valeste. with whm bh
r1~ the 1~"ad i& r mMn's pre me. when it was for -tas ed na boarded. a
I OSlK is e=0hsby er *I* that a waa we4- rtesed sad evie stly Ciarest*. ua nItaas Ia
4O W Me the B. s of he aC orvio Itrltau.bed been tl he vicu West trmpa. have bm
Mage is emiryr. mW tis A ofat Ve2 m1 thmNeoal rr. adtendpetedi s em mpb of aw ab
Sto WEbe ii re gO, w b lasI Md f1. a shallow grave after hlvingbe Iketes. Bot denyy arm ka IS
1 wbeM 2e m11 11 0110t leAk beavy blows over the head with Il Te bo r~ of
eMd te tewea t B om of lme m. tr t the body giv a les, aI robbery was ew
sepq, 00s ?sbsls of tA"na d s t"m the pels of cloe bood meatve for the crime.

Pam ow tOUb?6. 0* tis d rl n s at t
S4m t i. w 9he the t br T beady was dreaied to a
sowe 49 V"MM was s*"Is eso
S- -omeUp** t.e o y *Me... f tr -(-* w pM
0r t e ri h r oIs Told

B-e that th that aimns rmr qmeateas letof
S- lWhe ha"iw be-s ass d nde E1AMLA. lit p .IS.-T.uPM stese..n Coaer a
f t ft A *** Piah it4ea1 *omIleave the. Stet*oaseeu ,a end to save the Stat wi.th
ba tt ti nb 'Iett r bt .t th ror ehe he would be brouhma0lt before te prietbed tne .mever to rtA
u 4O pl a h0r stteIns" tha mr gas"h sn mtim another yomam
Ow a* te esmoe nm e aM. bbe y ratu heaP n ewstrmse ta r the eurto rthr(asef>t. t" oer of w "sw who ermrly bo are a god reputeli
Be |a le at ts nm 1011 Sm e 11* II n4eel|o"ed the uremldr W pas mae he .r a withI ee awA w DRobrt Croket who -
id Sa r-w w e w at th lb hesi t 1514. th Oy hlre. a ar&goodpuel*em an .oly whs the thef ws p t w oas
_ o_ __ __ _ea way V r h rvIes wakel I to terday walked from the erIMimal ealt ese pleaded guilty, elU be w
m spo tfrom his hea uarters twhat eie. w he e ha entered a plea of r a w to touh a another drop ao M
werl ea tedi s the old beildtomao gty to the otreea ftc a ea at s er. .SteSae was spen dedg
tDetam street. resintly vaosted by whisey. That h7% isree* smto Pewss this conditio.m and it it isn sioASId
the Pameseots Chamber Cof Minm. eels or he that manater the entire win be arrested sad h"W M s
hor the purpose of receiving gthe O utate o Pstors, to ist afsired, was sntoesa spao the charge at11
l ntMam 's .urremde of the Waro' sh we" by the lasa oe ofa the dge I be stered a plea of gtuity
MIW Years te Phasvto bes domaiedt
__ 1876"a- -wa -%- Senator TlshAan Wins His

--ht sweepisgi tad gutter garbage.
m--- P. I. Mller he that She water A eseatlful P ane.
S"- b Tm years ago, however. Its .s-
the d... r-, e t 5. P. McKlnstry a as* of the entire South' most euati- WASIIISGTON, Feb 10 Senator anree to permit the Crum 5oeUil55s
ho4 ful iubllc parks damned upiJA PtVnau Frye yesterday abaaadomed his etfone tO come to a vote on March I Vaht
a. agmm. Ow' gemmed phap_ turned ut goa and its imnru~ewmtt was com to have the menation of W D. Crus. to obtain the agreement, he aid
Ml ta shor Sm he0 em to show their ap me.ncd b) plactug a handome sran the negro. r-aes'int,..d a, collector oj "Very well. I will withdraw t
it he uf rt sad Ie suesu ut In Ib center drdl-atld -uhsoms at Ch:,ri*..tom. C confrrnm mnam las for the present"
Wemg mag al pese; a wid 14 to West Foridla and PrsIa,'iola5 po- ed at the present aesslom It is understood by 'jLat. ltade4
S ae t B. e he by aoor in de'seii. nt. the lm-unt-d W After the dtoorh of the MUesate. er. that h,. case will not be aan
_____ ulsals winds. whe the 4di wa auubgsatial granite coping and rement .
apeat. we-e the P e Mi hSmaetr- walk. around all four of its sides, to- ou the. tIaot attrs, tibt city parks la 51 Rev T h. Z Barr has a daugt
t u as _At.- -. -m i. t -. g_ e with uther Inapruvemests. Hut the country, which will prove a bwn very il

SU ir sGM e mot utull within the past year and a u an oiwu.ir reUn pee, a well r J M horin ha returned
i e "*s by the pupi the rival af hast any ye)stelnatially directed as a pout uf vantage fr. walch to Atlanta and resumed practice. M
PWalls d D-es. ad *aort been made toward Itsr ermauent witinem the Mardi Gra parade to the Perc is to locate elsewhere
Sdr-l tthe meeting aufltifiati This was done hebu thousatid. of carnival visitors ho Chrie Neal is quite l1 at bi h'e '
Sew b ars baMe Wif is the city couo-ll made rotsion le sill throing Peni-ola lduriuIg the car a few ailes away
a&tam *9V y w ti a of towa this tiha tu )-arSt at f.r ta s)steumsit.t utals February 22 and 2. Mr. -karborough, b&Iug ,tr.ed a
alas eas0 volumes for the e* ru-:ult". of t) park improutn.ents rt of his strao h .rri", ii market
o eTa bt tutor of the place c.uaa. u .wa. create al d prou Id WALDO NOT*. right A tratr
i ^ We* e plesed0 to welcome hI our ,.4 with fudids aud a-i e.peri.nc--d There e *tr
l-- -t m- me Mr. J M. Adel. i*O landscape sardeser *as secured ad WAIO., Feb t1. W 1 )iuohru beng u.s t iuur t u
t hMis of r e arprtie mechant. M ves carte bl ache to make a Sower a Co have moved to the Str kM ul
adMagat e~L Mr b. h bn0 "to Ce a-taa sr4Sd 01 of the PaSM The rsft I& tbrAck he ok r ew n ewe ter tMr 1 As adv Sito B. bst
his.......spe ver blUw este an hes i ho. hem nsmmemed -e aI nA& "9006 1"sa as bad

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lftvS- Uwe Oak Nu Thes WO

UMV *A Lak --Mr. J. L Stea-
mf Sd aI, in e westersm pert ofa
te AW. ws deee by I re at 3
Medok m smomen The re bad
- m he8d"s bei ne dmver
ad ft Ita with dt olty t Mr.
nhrde .u eeie b i a vng his W tam
I. MndA ftdeftasbe was p"taiuly

boed s sb ad arms.
A Iat tthMe -heIoM goods sad
wea m maed wwoe mnved.
IdW it een""d at Me". with

Su Wee s uare.

ter aof L pard. m dd ht iguht
t us fM at shbot ttwo weeks.
he A oft death betag typhoid
Th ameal will omw tis ater.
m em the Ptret Baptist church.

ofBaby Hands
vW u et into maisehef-otem It
mam a bus or cut or scald. Apply
aiaf s Saow Unilmeet Juast as sooe
as the soeMM t happens, and the pain
wll be reed. while the wound will
heal qckly mad aicely. A sure cur.-
ar qpMas. rheumatism and all paina
Price Sc. Me and $1.00 a bottle. old
by W. M. Johaom.
Preen o et the Cold.
It lsa noticeable fact that damage
by the cold weather of laJt we.k was
me Is"use o the T & J railual bt.
twee Gaitneville and Micanupy than
between the latter plac- and Failrfleld
Proyer' Hiove &an Tar lar is the air



Have You Nard of Hyeomo for Ca-
tareU Aetlm an"d Hay Fever.
I yMu wheae or sose hawk or
it. am"e or bow, someotht is the
matter with the membrani of your
respiratory tract, and you eed Hyo
And youS eed Hyomel because it
will cure you of any catarrhal or In.
lammatory oondition that exists.
It Isnt a stomach medicine, or
spray. or douche, but a very pleasant,
healing. antiseptic balsam. from the
eucalyptus forests of Australia You
breathe this balsam air through a
small. hardy rubber Inhaler, and It
reaches every nook. corner and crev
Ice of the membrane, and promiptl)
kills the catarrh gr-rni,
J W. McCollum & Co will sell you
a complete Hyomel (pronounced
Highotme) outfit fur $100. on the
Aiitis* % I.t k JI.Ilia
"The u e of ltomel cured Mr
('utlr of catarrh in Iio4 lie has.U
troungly .idor.ed-d tihe U1.4 of hI)uwol.
in ain> liistant.ait and e uar. glid
to go oil record rtxgardlii rthi inAr ti
ous (latrrih curt. and end'iii lig Its,
Ute."- .MIi A C'ulr, ;cI l Ifoat :e.*
nue. liatthl. ('rt-tk Mhih .()tI12 I' l94

WOrWW-6Op j8. passagee. stops the irritatiou ithe
thn st, *oothee the Inflatud iutui-
brates. a4d the m eut obstllt ,,< t'uugh y V ow -P Aciv. .
disappear. oew aad luflavu luug.u a "= so din
CLL are healed and slreurtheaied, aud itbehr a, cj o
mom b _i eon a peld tm the *syslaRet so
L I s mtao a- m was ime n the yelo.i a
p a J. W. ~M= & Cu J.W. MeCOLLUM a CO',




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WIN PFrve Sreat 0 eurfw of JymetW
or Members DurOing the Dull
**mmer M*ent

rftm WedIeday's Dally Sum:
Oaimeville Is to agaWi have a gun
eleb. and while the preliminary ar-
raemomtsa of organizing have already
bee perfected the different members
ar etivo I. securin new material
for the elub.
A special committee has been se.
loeted by Dr. J. H. Alderman. press.
det of the elub, vho wi look out for
ths new mterel to come Into the
el, which Isov faw llr organlsed.
Akn y --me letters have beeo
m o erv to fthe leb from other
p- biaTNgO them to partielpate t
a eso0t, ldI probbiy the eiub wiln
bme beome pre eem t eough to en.
Owa in the irt m.e, which wUI orc
eW at Lembers semetmae during
The membership eeamprieag the elub
in eemposed at se the leading
etims atf the city. ad while there
ae a large number of expert shots
among the list there are may who are
Only moderate marksmen and simply
Joaied to lend enthuslasm and at the
sme time have the opportunity to
ms the laub at any timb they desire.
There wI be so monthly does, but
a serta sum will be paid Into the
ebb Joiningtala, anad this supposed
to r the expenses for one year.
whh will be repeated annually, and
asow them mosey la the treasury at
aU times.
It is proposed to have two good
sess from thu edub which will keep
iatereat up at all times, mud especially
during the weary summer months.
Kirkweed Oepot Net ODestroyed.
The statement published tn The Sum
of February 7th that the depot at
Kirkweed had beeo destroyed by Ire
eam riday nlght previous was or-
ror. The Ire maht on the root o
the building hot was extinguihed he
fra my damn was dome.

Uim NMOs Ieas Yeo Plea" Rsam.
w mam tired others saad mthA
Sin is towe ntor thi race every
sa et aring a hhy? Ad they
wesor w1et the mater Is. Chane
are tdo el I s tarving-worms are
-tc am of atc u00. Mast chldrm
have wvM -ya eeoda't. Whte's
Cram Vermtae will get rid atof the
worse and strengthe the child. Price
s oemets per beotUt. old by W. M.

LoEnp and Discounts ...... .. ....
Overdrafts.. ......................
Building and Fixtures .............
United States Bonds and Premiums..
County Bonds and Warrants ........
Cash and Sight Exchange ..........

.... 39,732
.... 170,976
... 19,480
.... 103,644

Total .... ..... ............ ....* * *

Capital Stock ...............
Surplus and Undided Profits
Circulating NotewOutstanding
Bonds Borrowed ...........
Rediscounts ....... .....
United Stato Deposits.. ....
Individual and Bank Deposits

.... ...
* . .
.... *06*e

.... .. .

.$1009000 08
9 7,96(m 0*
29.,000 OS
319450 0
409000 0
&38, 548 4 4

Total****.0000 6694*06* 00*** o* .*.*** $Mew
1, C. A. Fairelot, CAdwh of doth above-MaMed bank, do u~
swear that the aow sialememt Is tm to he be* t o my knowrledge
bAW.f C. A. FAIROLOTII, Cadulu
&obmbedsad sworn to befov me this, the tthday of Fe1.'. UK
W. H. AN~hMsOi, Jr., NO" t W y- II~
Corwct-A~: M. IH. fhePe, W. R. 86ackert, T. W. Shan&~, Diteam.



To become identified with this bank. Your financial
imatteis require the C-.. C.i attention which
this blnk's officers give to its customers. Your baid.
nesw will be managed amg n_-b d ii N~at m m.

W. IL IOMA0, Piedstp. D. TUB2RU, Ohibler.





-rims o I- dm CNM are asked to
come in and inspect a fine new line d
Decorated China. Thu h m

IJnvs d kllim wo

mmuua &. O3DANO

W. W. HmflpW





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Tra T era o Frem FineI
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ems e, nh-l.r Feb. S.-The BoaN
1 miCm mitsel m rs met this daj
tm o mr seesslm. Present: J. 0
chawirm. a; C. W. Summer
g.(basm ea J. W. May ad J. r
The board beoa esald U
e Misuntes at last meeting wer
ed apprwved wherempeo the fo
esi s a were made:
st* t he llowi blu be paid: 8
MUM@ T auditor. $50; W. M. Tor
ggd at Jall. M; Moe Sherns
w, $3; sell Telephone Co., $7;
L C Arews. supervisor. $2; Mrs.
su S e r. eare WIse, $16; B eesl
support, s&; Eflasbeth James
tIK $1; Mary Elves, support, $5;
&p .ea support $3; L. H. Wlessa.
iOld valt, $9.W; T. L Bom-
,wes4d, $12; Dr. C. L Carter.
Sr s, $3; Bast Fl. Telephone Co..
a *SS; H. McCreary. prianttI $11;
iAgr Jesal, ra e lock. $10; J. C.
L etlrkal work. $7: Rich Oritein.
Sap I emprs.. S0.*; M. J. Thlapeo.
MS e work, $.36; J. F. Townsend, road
at, 31; James Sklaner. road work.
0; C. W. BaMkalght. read supplies,
94"; -. &. Moerhant & Co., read sup
S, 3S2.28; Bnsson & Soa read
wk $, 1US.; F. J. Hammond. read
J IeSff, "$.75; Prank OCathe. road
a% 01; P. 0. haowden road work,
; Meek Lamber Co, $6N.3; R. P.
Sre d work, 75 enots: ; Striang-
N w eat supplies. .S; Pettit &
S erm. read supplies $.08; J. R.
Srsea, d services, 5.44; Bishop-
bMiss Co. $10.35; Hardee Bros,
an I supplies, $4.0; N. 0. Matthews.
o Mrta, SN; 8. 0. Gay. road
UIne, $4.16; C. C. Doke. road
Smlt, $4; W. F. Gay. read supplies,
PS; 0. P. Ca aa. advanceed road
,- $4.53 ; Harde Bros.. $; T. R.
m awrvices ea read, $62; W. B.
LM CW iamberw for road. $9.6;
W adwvare Co., Msndries, $14.07;
S& eMardft a s.. a.; 8 a. mt
W 9W.7TI C. W. Snera, road
U HIO; J. W. May. road work. U1;
&. P. Canes. read work. $16; J. G.
a pe,. read work, $16. Whereupoa
ft 1 1 nwpeIta l Wedaeeday.
SFetary L-Board mat pursa" t to
Iment at Taeday, wIth J. 0.
a ,ier. CL W. Summers. 0. P. Coa*
Mm, J. W. May aad J. P. Towa"ead
pIeaNt The Board ben called to
WeW the following ils were paid:
C. W. ummlers, road hands, $160;
A P. Caaon, read hands, $200: J.
P. Toaeesd. road bands, $176; J.
L nMpwi.. road hands. S200; j.
W. May. read hands. $160; Gas and
Eubtre Power Co.. $12.49; H. & W.
L bow Co.. mortga record. $17;
V. D. Dickinson, com selks,. $158.14;
J. D. Matheso. comnseeos, $137.77;
NLIO; M. B. Davis, road supplies,
A t Metal Construction Co., vault. $1.-
*.SI.; Carnon & Mott, road work. $2:
M WormIck & Howe. road supplies.
S 1351; C. A. Williams, road supplies.
O1; T. R. Walts, road service. $23.33;
r Vmed. $13.70; T. B. Tillis. refund. $5.
bis"tsvlle Hardware Co.. plumbing.
6L6m; P. G. Ramsey. feeding prison-
us $182.80; P. Q. Ramsey, money ad-
Ordered. That under and by virtue
f the Acts of the Lgislature of the
late at PFlorida for the year 1907 there
he appropriated from the fine and for-
eturm fund the sum of $5,000 for the
a- o the general fund. Also the sum
St 65.000 from fine and forfeiture fund
t the m of the general road fund.
tid amounts having been derived
e the hire of convicts.
That the poor farm be rented to
Meomon Warren for the year 190 for
the sum of 97.
That Ira J. Carter be paid for serv-
lee at Inquest. $9.0; jury fees. $91 60;
br Thoe. McLeod. services. $10
The follotwing bills were ordered

id nla criminal cases: Ira J. Carter.
04.-1; 0 Wynne. $1140; J. A. Car-
ile. 6S360; P 0 Ramsey. $3.65; T.
5 hTlis. $213; Wal'Rr f1ll, $37 .u

J 0Ob fw do yourM m momi&41 rod
SI* So "*. s uetshe Isower fosa
lewf rowls fo.r. iso, il #i l you re"
e t1S M d M M regot W boe rb
6sorr &es Is
0.0 %a Was


, MA. Beley. $5.07; 8. P. Tbomas
8.M20; 8. 0. Barroa. 2.34;-J. LI

That the following boads be appro-.
od: BEvan Halle. notary pube:; A.
H. Blandlin, notary public; C. Hay-
msans justice of peace; P. & Dealan
notary public; W. B Bell, otary pub.
lie; I. K. Webster. notary public; J. D.
Watkina, notary public; P. D. Patter-
so. constable.
A. K. Cline. F. Skipper, A. P. Tor6
lay, J. M. ddy and Joseph, Howard,
having comppled with the law, were
allowed to carry a pistol, and Joseph
Howard and A. R. Turner were allow-
ed to carry a repeating rifle.
That the following area of Alachua
county. Fa., the same being election
district No. 7. be and the same is
hereby declared a Justice ot the peace
district No. 7. towit: Election dis-
trict No. 7, bounded on the west by
range line dividing ranges 19 and 20.
on the north by a line dividing town-
ships 3 and 9. range 20. oa the east
by ine beginning at the northwest
corner atof section 2, township 9, ranges
M and 21. thence south to half-mile
stake on east line of section 1. town-
ahip 10. range 20, the south be-
ainnlng at the half-mile stake on east
line of sectIon 1. township 0, rage
20, and running due west on the half-
mile section line through section 1I to
6. township 10, range 20, to the range
ine between 19 and 2M.
The report of J. D. Mathn. county
taurer, was received, shows the
eodttno ehe several fnads as fol-
Gearal Pnd ............... *U.6

Fine ad teate ............ ..0$.$ 0
Speeal road No. 1 ......... 13.71
pelal read No. 2.......... 6.23
0ame fund .............. S90.60
School. special fund ........ 1,00.23

oGeral overdraft ......... .61.33
Ordered. That C. C. Warren. game
warden, be paid $60. and Amanda
Lamh be dropped from pauper lit.
The Board thea adjourned.

New Autemebiles.
H. E. Taylor has returned from Jack-
sonville. where he went for the pur-
wee of purchasing another automobile,
which he brought through the country.
making the distance in about six
hours. He now has a Mitchell run-
about of twenty borse-power and dome
not ask the sandy roads any odds.
Col. P. Y. Smith of Alachua accompa-
nied him as far as Ward City on his
trip. he having also purchased a tour-
ing car of thirty horse-power of the
same make, in which heswill hereafter
be enabled to take out quite a party
of Alachua people and make the trip
through the country very easily.

Had melancholy, probably caused by
an liactie liver. A bad liver makes
one crossa and Irritable, causes mental
and physical depression and may re
sult disastrously. bIallard'$ Herbine
Is acknowledged to be the perfect liver
regulator. If you're blue and out of
sorts, get a bottle today A positive
cure for bilious headache, constlpa-
lion. chills and feier and al liver
complalnta. Sold by W. 1. Johnson

Well Pleasod.
T V l)ryd-i uf lli Hkrn~hHtratiou
Itualturs t'ullte of 4Luua a s li, i*
adIosi thl WuEl) > laslltrS here to
sbl|ed the Ttualndt-r uf the winter.
HIa ilfe wa ws tnell leakedd with the

city that ae induced him to come
down ad sawad the rematning moths




Jones Williams "Fett G e*' and Want-
ad to -Clean Out" His HIoemhelid.
Had to "~hel Out."

A Dimple Maker
ANm acUwib AIm od
c~ova m OW nim
bdo- a fth7ce. h

bo mi roms ue

Scuf's Emulsim

~MO~mL It *Am tor
Withl~ m u c a 1drcw~

som a M -f -t"o r

Saturday alght was not out of the
ordinary, bt It seemed as If "srap-
pla" was In the air, and the officer
succeeded la rounding up four for the
mayor to handle la court Monday
Joaes Williams, a great big aro
who mat have his "cora" every Sat-
arday night, proceeded to do his regE-
lar stunt of tmta up to the limit and
thea puttlin as BoM ahold to 0L.
He was thus engaged whem PoNeamen
Owens and Officer Brute arrited em
-th sese and put the weold-be wit
better ader arn et. M He was ie suMbs
to leave $ and comts and euatlmed
about is easids werea er.
Kite Fraaelao ad Joe Plord ere
arrested oas a charge of g t Plepd
had msde a purchase em te bult
man, and isted t paynla g for ame
he esed the frut dealer, who "waet
after" him They wer each ted $6
ad oeasts.
ARley WiMa, a pyenag megro who
is a good- atured fellow, but Just mp
ly got a a plalm drunk, vas et so
with $3 and oets.

Iomwee f Olaentmsfor Cuee
Thft Cotama aM wy
as merry w f suely deUtry the
seen of smell u completely deraage
the whole system when eStering
taeugh the esuriaes. Soneb
artlems so dM never he m d Mopt
oa pIeSariptaom mI- reputable phyd-
clans as the damese they will do is
tea old to the -a ym eam pema ly
derive fom them, HallFs MCat
Camu mant.etatred by J. Cheay
a C4, Toledo 0., eaotalf no me.
ry,. aad M tak n latrally. &am
directly pM the bled aad mamm

Mlars Catarrh oe be m ys aet
the lim It ls takeM Ilarmlly
and made l Toledo0 061 6by P. J.
Choey & Ttaioals &
Sold y all dme us. Prie mT per

atm. F Bmn ily "t for a"no

Presie 1t ns0 00mom
Rev. J. .IL WedeR at Th
Pla., Mst emnllenat Grand BhA
Priest of Royal Arch Mns- ot Plor.
ida. made Gateville Chapter No. 2
an ofeeal visit the past week. He
was royaly raeived and entertained
by the ompiano of U thi oal cha
tar and preented to the Hih Priest.
who received him with the usual or-
malitles oft the order, to which he
responded in accordance with bhi ex-
altred oalice. He witnessed the deree
work of the chapter on two prominent
candidates, after which he congratu-
lated the officers upon their pru&
etency. After a visit to the new tem-
ple and the State Universiy ho de
parted for Ocala. /

C. R. Kluger. the jweler, 1000 Vir-
ginia avenue. Indlarapolla. Ind., writes:
1 was so weak from kidney trouble
tat I could hardly walk a hundred
foot. Four bottles of oley's Kidney
Remedy cleared my complexion, cured
my backache and the irregularites
disappeared, and I can now attend to
business every day, and recommend
foley's Kidney Remedy to all safer-
es,. as It cured me after the doctors
and other remedies had failed." J. W.
McCollum & Co.

GQed Man at Threttle.
J. G Rice. one of the best locomo-
tive engineers in the country, has
beeu in charge of the engine on the
Jacksonville and Tampa road for the
past month, and during that time he
has not missed a single connection at
Bampson City. Mr Rice knows how
to keep his engine In order and make
it "get there" on time

A lasy li.er leads to chronic dys
pepsia and coustipatiou weak*en the
whole *>atre l UoanUa Regulets Z~5
cents pr boa) correct the lifer, tone
the stomach. cure countipatiou.

The want ads. do more real asetae
busaie* than all ether breAers SaM
haned-in ft, they "atst most f
the m .. th be..

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BANKS. Thse 16M1. bMfM
amountI put int then& --ad w you-
amount you have in torn at ag tam.

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J. C. BUOP, Prsident. 0. W. MoCClA L,

Established in 1

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won*m@u evout Aowm lemAiimimm( o eiirM wirm
1e11i PeI Ls M ftdom A--tW........ t 'i mM he a poemmi MT wea
Otnesde of the four e..ad there m" eui eao. f its wmI
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a 66.0ma- -se, rIM LF m dt. ...... .0. IoMIbamotoi mshi sn amMw
boi Iee a l teK, ~. I e....... 4,m MilmftetM uS| te iw e
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Sri.. emr ae t O Mart M r otE yom d ...... 1 o ~c d tha t r aywett
insu iUm s Lmee plae Rasu.... bAb S 1 =mMI

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n. A. W. g rseat .......... n BMW fw M O p 01 t 1 he 6 uIsbu" sla

6011u tM So dwleoth Jet -OKm IL a a ew oawts orm ....3a. 0 M- ato aas sno u pti nse peol w
A. AH. Moe 6 was .-m os K ei My AlbrIyht ........... 3,m e the I X da eaf l nhth ^ A b oa tie taer I

SMa sownm amer f r a sww h u o b Me a. i......... l t to bol M "i Vlk i- l
M" 4 me e alUeewemee Meut he-dm

ws mmemade wthstwlveoropsotm a s .mi ads a .b
Subi ft i inbPrds Ss Umia win half l AsWo S hERlWJf, !tiOET m iNTh eiin
II a *10mr m e i a et Wa be U i m t me

M F i el ~~~~X 1U-1 Z h Mr. t .e c M o 8 l o eNoZ. l ItRN S LAN
Sp s o pnto3.'a t rin rpt ast r
S----- very tlahasetoy 1. eeted :ham *he ca utn .

s -. Wswh ci be m. w sad bnmst. wa phcuiled frely toe, H B. T th the rltwU3W a a i
S Y lrlgle m e wath twel ver tdrop T a A M e d Wi wtlthsUow Um =&t i n
06 bto4 he w0o ao sWtiGN o0is ci at.ear inoma i a s lenalht ISBaRlSINo OMFIll NIQUESTs IR Al ENaTLMasa M

r" iO 1ad t1heli n. wbtbAbr rion the a B n siore rroate. EDpdS tI. l a r mEINor LAn. m
h maa a deatrat he9 lie at s Kams. wr it- We hOav Use d-t

sobe~~%A o ml Uy e bee oi no r olrreedyf r inmhoeMfeiCreep f
S aY k W a t Ad if redt heavy. g, Ta S in u tWlTptbo Pde OlY to the Op NO
sf hew t l s t ear.et at ee N0 t i e t d et fte ack ll neI e o the et
Oir bial mast e al "i T.l drofs ri the nide. rite tces

i mei t r frln h. sond lo d-.roo a flnu o water of.E tph I' c ih1
so ~Ui e which tm a te r elve T. ed est .f o.pasme lad l i. Tf Tdao s td o A ther e o erpriet hat
La m a ia i em4 0Ull be assed wrWies- Iat ater ao es aLme the U O ado wil

tiohuSu OsWt* aiedtr eDeN OFFICee y .srRry t U TsrSeVRALtENTL9eiMeriorirsorma
Ue Opt Legs, Mr. Aftert W.. Preo oD aD TO ImCREASe HIS O4D. SIDCRING PLANS,
SMe em thSth. M" I a red, w ro il a l e ricot:-"W have gdn s d

A1Su i AA geu &I .i 1M1 eae my's elf ImUe so dah iand y amtft eorth i n cld he lt o fth ta
11111196s bm t abYear, and Sad It Ua reaelent Thiehn ht iMll natg DeAinite Will T o Prhdce ai at" Otfr
w e ithspparyo t r~ or eou tn ya evr attacksle. .as Ha tn. "eenfreu weNst tFew from r thead se e n gl s

Od esa easst be coarme Two dorrop athe t oI ee wath ing ote ee i se ily .i
a& a& & a e i t ihea-m- s as a-so c M lt o&Ewat NilEW_ to fure A1the e-dsCo, eraI ngotheth Mwhe the ot.Their ed w O L

)W dvery ea i seati sfa atr is ee s antlct e Ihl beioh.
"tarQ : I''re-- Me A i esCY--rr w iob tPhL Mr. FeT. H 1r.T he Ar brdy Thi e a ext al w dany time. Ipto' the enepie 'tht ui ra ct
I ) A t D t osam waasd eurtaile by-be trh .a sore T ray or ather Gof the Vrnnt cuomnuofacltrge mllor tol iu
R tesuhs whooing cougd ameong te chireaton aldlank, has blend rqet steow pothe tillun l the coht oochd of hi
reventireg eeny f dero cosingt orinrera bond as disrsing tofhic h r would o e
otevIewsmr utle yteH .Tyo.csiro h is rmterwcto

rl II
4F t

bon t-
ilN ae

ter nuarket and Make it sW!
and a short program rendered. thing is being done along this line, able to grow this crop thanIt1
D. Puh and party frol Ohio are o many rumors are aoa concern. nab to erow ths rt.
a among the iiz ati new arvals town. in the mdWin lthat e give e There a of te
The Sue Victor grhooe recent- above information, but we can assure the prupoosd coi h611o
M,- ly ordered by Rev. J A. WaterUs has r readers that we wiN know as soon thusilasUc over the er*Pri
arrived d will soon be enjoyed by as the Imapers are signed and wlli let f em prs nt indicl th it to
M16, S-he Gay 6* his boo ImNsch M aImaOer Ws to out his friends then know Just when the contract I dfrom present wdicatibns
at bi Ntyn wos he. hbs dinmembred Anaparrded, regardless of the rumors somethingdette will be
Sm bat Ater bodyI llAnportant real estate trtansIcir shape within a very short s1
_i n _g _t tm _tr body into was arranged last wet-k. when J N. lt a ke. .fr a poaptt-.|
Sthe ada s was cly mm Col'of tca, N V, beca the on buer, but ho failed to show up.ullie Muse, h itie
SN W m rep ndi ed. b the ('aldwelll I ribcrty, osne of th Dr at( Mlr J. J i Curtis of Orani. ad Mra. it Muse -f Saliford. di
C t l a e withi a felw alutes after the acr t ovations in town. Ilght. ar. gtling a erle.i of lu .b da> from the retultl of aI l
b i Ma iL det Ed Mlahsaa of t. Marys. la. a i ***r to t* :.ir Metlroue frieuda That it.- t'r'ulatal I(e Wrkh TT.* I
W I lm ata e Hwe sa Ma 35 years of age. aiiI stoppjng at iMr. Iee's Mr Mahan i. they ar alrI,. Muo.is enju)ble atf a ila Iailg on tI tr- te1 tI
res, whew the Gy left foir orphaned children. who had a firt class lsurl .or and has been fair go.- milbut isa)lug lourts th runwav f.r to. l' 4.d"
iM eiOte Ca1- tet heir other only h few mouth* nmegued tb the toin council to sur.y -- re ,i iAtor I re I t
Mvise has Its trah ai the town limits alid make a mnap of The Basis A ak,. oIf 1(i '
I nd, MaMe. sad t1 Where the accident occurred their san for theI' tIt lIi I wt,. I I'vr if it. at I:.alg all i >- ha liilam Ii t Ir "
&I shi Ib e I t o sidewalk. ad the street car l'ud.r thce rutrtasitn of I. Mu liald. rr,' : f. < hir.,i,,i, \Vi aut 1.uM tie iN, I. ,I rtat, 1and I. I"
Whi w 0 esap0et- rnm dangerously sear to the bulldli tlut, chaira*i uf the slree't #touinit '! "li o i. i f '.,r i.lf iu. lito ~aa n tri. lt, I
M aM he pped im e (the street. and lthe meeting .* ,Je. gugod ork I. b'twill done in rt- aid li will ,r.'r i" **,,14 tuo .**Af f,, .., i o'. i* '
IS SM f a pasaM g two teaM n ea the car Ircak ou claying and repalriaing tbe treeta *,jJ Y r runAi,1 it d,, io 3,.u think?- utlt, r to,. ,jd h..1,: I. '
I Iarm it hia. peMed the man t take to the c. r *ldeallki of the tou. lP' ia. '1 tir-Iul 'h1. tI'- b
M iuld apply Ik to i et out of thelr w0ay Ti u H Sutton has returned fruit The ore o *peaks of himself they t
S *tW the M. ad seead t Is sot blamable to a Wuiuaji'e. bt.r. be a recetil) 'alld leab he Uae to likta aseather .taied o. trmlkd
M 4 PM" 11, IBM* to run the sttamer "Alert," rmerly vatr---
Son- "Want" ads briag

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e~ fg a of at Marl b

g"so Mft d b ft

Sgg- Week u8 $1 T year;
af t. angle e aspie, k-
A ,wRng Resm:
sgvetlem ints, s Cets a
g brat i 10 ee at to ea nc
f var tl I#ts for mree.

e DDath u sll b.e r to ed

1 l The Atltn he s(Gl)
marmal em year 1.50
we The se l-Weekly
a year w....... 1A

S sW e accet sseept of ne at
emnallemA n than 2 cents.

d red to vote at the muncl-
m April 12e th .el to it
ame isa on the city regis-

gaergarteu is said to be as
-ma e. What kind of a nation
we hbope to become If the youth
Rary is allowed to grow up
Imewing how to make raffia
mnd Usesue paper candles?

a y never have another such
to get a fne piano as is
iaged ryou in The Sun piano
If you fall to win the piano
b are worth their full value
la the purchase of one of these
irguea ts.

.IM50 divorce in this country
St lhria as fast as the
Bt this should give no
f e for alarm. It means simply
eatles of our much taught
Ss1 If at first you don't suc-
r try agan.

am weather of last week did
i- ito oranges nas the trees In
S aomina. Former Sherid Pennell
^Ii- the editor of The Sun with
era ges picked from his grove
W athora which were as juicy
4a a au favor as we ever tasted.

A teA. O. Wrilght of Jacksonville.
has been lecturing at different
lIn the State on the Confederate
k. is meof the best-posted men in
8m8 8on the subject he has taken
im nleare. it is to be hoped that
mU deaver his lecture in Gahee-
t seem future date.

SshIpbulkdino industry in Eng-
Shas bewe greatly depressed on
of the strikes which have last-
b several months. An agreement
tI mbeen ratifed between em-
!r and men by which the strike
Iead sad the relation between the
LD DSeies put upon a satisfactory"
1 Under the arrangement no
MAR union can create a strike, and
* Passions arising will be thorough
a a amicably discuseed by the rep-
[ 18tives of employers and unaiona'
! every possible plan adopted to
a strike or lock-out. The
lIS 4t will probably have far-

I tIn consequences on labor aud
l elsewhere.

Ibrtugh the courtesy of Superintend-
I A. L Glass a part) of genttleimen
to ralrfeld last Sunday over
lacksonville and Tampa railway.
Sme party who left Gainetillie
L. W Ilouat of Jacksonville. vice-
Le t aud a large stockholder in
ead At Mlcanopy they were,
by Irs. 1. and iI. L. 3oilaotii"
IV" At Pairfield they were shown
211hl"y the large-t and tobt de-'ibalt
ft l te lut th. State which aill Ittille
Po pr.- profltablel to the suia or
Who dte telopI it Th'l r*odleid ,,f
O Iajlruad Ua" futitid tu Pbe it. Il et>
dtt aes. Wml Suit <;lita Hd- tullia
1-itO ald b a 11 ui n. th ,. ",Aj tI m lk
k has done laA thiti, lh thrle ,- hi- A-
8l4d char,. Th J & T 'I* .' -
hVaglh the beet f.urniali.g se'llti vhe
l, ad ao4me day the road w,11
Prol able to its u uners i1.'-
Sie an ideal one and the- lrs "
of veetables along the rout
Sfor lhe 10e to babolt.



Whem a mere man ooks at woman
as she to clothed today, the hapless.
buItless, curveless, hydrocephalle
creature that be Omee hew as the di-
vine iarnatoion of his dreams of femi-
talty, hbe usually proposes the ques
tiks who makes the styles? It Isn't
worth while to bother about the an
swer (It Is merely an Interjection af
ter all). for dear woman cares not who
makes the styles so long as someone
provides her with the money to wear
them. But the question, after all. it
not unanswerable. The tailors and
dressmakers and milliners make the
styles. and woman accepts them a-
she has accepted her convictions. her
morals, and her entire relation to life
without question. Woman is funda-
mentally a passive creature, and she
bhas learned well her leesom that in
her passivity she finds her greatest
power. By her passivity she secures
her poelUon In the world, by It she
secures a Iband and keeps a roof
over her and It would be strange
and anoma s If she rose from It anad
rebelled against fashion. When the
dressmakers of nearly all of the evi-
lited countries of the globe were in
session n Paris last year the greatest
of all Paris tailors rose and explained
the situation to the bewildered and de-
spairing fashion makers. The United
States has passed through a panic, he
said. and there are sure to be hard
times ahead. If Bryan is elected we
are lost. Unless we invent some en-
tirely new style of gowns and hats we
shall have no orders. Women will
wear their old clothes for economy's
sake. and unless they can be made to
feel the hopelessness of their old
gowns we shall have no orders. There-
fore the pleated skirt, the short sleeve.
the normal waist line and the be-
coming hat must go. Promptly the
dresbmakers took the cue. They took
the last pucker of fullness out of the
skirt and put on the market the abomi-
nation k:non as the sheath skirt.
They added a dozen inches to its
length at the bottom and rained It a
fraction of a foot at the top to cut
off the possibility of making over the
last year's gown. They brought rol-
lars up to the tips of the ears and
sleeves down to the knuckles. Then
they crowned the hideous achieve-
ment with a monstrous hat that de-
Sed every law of beauty and aesthet-
ics. They introduced iron clad corsets
that suppress hips, bust and breathing.
but has anyone heard a woman's voice
raised against the travesty they have
made of the human form divine? Mo
far not a whisper from women, but
a chorus of ecstacy rises to the stars
with the latest announcement that the
sheath gown,. the merry widow hat
and the hunch-back blouse are out.
And all the time the men are demand-
ing "who makes the styles' and the
women are busy calculating where the
money Is to come from to buy all
of the new delightful and enchanting
things that are going to be the fashion.

Is the good feeling between Eng-
land and Japan cooling off? There are
signs that it is. In the naval confer-
ence held in London the Iritish au-
thoritiles were sanguine that Japan
would support their propositions, but
they took the opposite position Then.
too. the Japanese minister at Pekin
declined to go with the American and
ritlish ministers to enquire of the
Chinese government its attitude on
internal reforms and their bearing
upon iteruaalional relations.

There is very general satisfaction
that the demand of the Russian gob-
ernment for the extradition of Rudo
viti has been denied The d'ciaion
of the United States Government in
this case is a vindicat lon of the sacred
right of asylum, and while' oc(-iuonal-
ly that right may be abused. yet bet-
ter that than give up so righteous a
principle. We deplore the exceoe s
of the revolutionists ian Russia. but the
resipovi.ibility for them niust be charge
ed agaiint the government

The four s south African Ilritt(ih col-
onl's. have at last formed a fe-de-ration
much like that of Austrailia The oath
un-retuleild i-llt t that of Illh- ca'lital
('ail C('0lon) 1 A tls ('al' T"1,i t \Niaal
and Tranitsa'l wa it I'rtori.t iand
(Orlti a I in ho.i.e. that Il,,o., ii t, ii
will I-. ch,. li-e.- Thi t Ihl l *- 0 e' 1 "1 l
wh Ich wI .. i al' lit ae ll wI witll tti c
otlIter I-" thit M isde-t ail, a. .i* **,
workiK t.4rii,.otiousli ti*ge tht r Ia ai
great triumit h for fr.-ed ,in an'd re.jrr-
enitat icef c1t-ratiiAetit

N-arly slDty thousand boxes of
orange. have tben shipped from ekff
uer slute the late cold weather The
crop there w&A large ts se se



The Philadelphia Record says: "If
business Isn't booming quite as was
hoip'd fo'. there is no question about
the radical improvement of things
Pince a )ear ago. One evidence of
this cited by Dunn's Review is that
the bank clearings In 110 cities were
$ last mouth, against only
$11.338.483,3 In January. 108--aa
increase of more than 23 per cent. In
many of the cities the clearings were
larger last month than they were ia
January, 1907, when business was at
its height But for the great shrinkage
in stock business in New York the
clearings of the country would have
run above those of two years ago. If
there s still some idle machinery, the
volume of trade must be very early
The Indfanspoll News says: "The
edge of folly in this Is that neither
the Japanese wor any other people are
trying to encroach on our rights or as-
similate with our race. (One of the
standing accusations against them is
that they do not assimilate.) The
lapanese are entitled to their treaty
rights and under them in this country
to the equal protection of our laws.
That is all. They may be legislated
against in terms that legislate against
all aliens; but they cannot be dis-
criminated against. And If California
and Nevada think that we can or will
put a wall around the country to shut
out a particular people from ordinary
Intercourse-such as we extorted from
Japan for ourselves by our warships.
they are thinking in terms of the
Chinese and Japanese of dead and
gone generations and not at all in the
spirit of America or the world today."
The Washington Post says: "All
Americans, we feel sure. sant to re-
tain the friendship of Japan. and are
always ready to give proof of their
good faith. But they cannot fawn. and
they will not deceie. They will look
after their owsn welfare. as all nations
must do They rill not truckle to any
nation in order to obtain consent to
exrc country. If any nation should demand,
as the price (if friendship. any c(n
cessiou from the United States which
cannot be granted in honor, self-
reo.Iwe t or courte-y. the demand will
be re-fu e.d Such friendship is not
uormt iia'.aia The friendship which
Ane-rricani dl, .ire to malistain lith
Japaun i tiahil tof mutual re-iMa't 5atid
c'rupiuloiau otoer aIuce of muIIIulI
riiht- The friendship that mniut i)e'
HIII.tt i ut, ,ri l i) c r l t i Iti Iot altli'ed
anid th' friehin.lhlii thi t cuaniot las .
without continual oulpouringi of regard
is not wurth ahile-

Mitaml yatchtsmeu will soon hae a
new club house There are many Ajw
yachts to be seen daily plying the
waters 0 1 scay"e Bay

And w!-y shouldn't the ChlMei
school authorities put a he the
singing .r "Dixie" at the UieObo ele-
bratlon? Can't think of any anecami
when the fouth's great wrar as
would be me eaompltely a ot place
and Its use show a more abord w t
of vrood taste. The aatcs the New
Orleans Progreesve Une.s is ~ ,ung
up ; hout the matter wi awaken Mo
rIibillties of sensible lethemers,
who are noted for their sdalery ad
dev- -- to the eteralst e-s
thing They love their a g mI
hone, t'y admire Limnao, but soely
the words ofmai and mAmeNy at the
other would noat aml ay better -m
ou and watr.-Peasae JearnaL
The Journal takes a easdh view a
the matter. Is there a tre Oeatherm-
er who would not obJtoetI tohe ilh-
lag of "Tankese [odle" at the eso
bratkn of the birthdy at Jeff Davis?
LAt's all respect te felint f aeb
other on see occaslnos d m -se
this eternal stirring up at strike be-
twoms the mSarmd vetera f who
tought to maintain what they deemed
to be right

The making public of the large sm
paid x4-Governor Jemains a rid the
past two years as attorney for the
trustees of the laterndal Improvemet
Fund has caused stver-abe comment
by the State press Memnerally. The
Dunnellon Advocate. however, ree
to such comments as "hot air." md
says it Jennnag had noeared the
money paid him anIn vseeigatr
would have bees made. Will dltor
Peacock kindly Winorm the public
what opportualty there has beei for
an investigation of the matter? No
one blames Mr. Jennings for accept-
Inag the money, but the trustees are
blamed for employing counsel at asum
a price when It was the besn aas of
the Attorney-General to have attended
to the legal afire of the trustees.

it is to he hoped that the celd
weather which "scorched" some of the
orange trees last week has killed the
white fly lswt. )r L. Montgomery of
Micaopy, sho hab a lOne grote of the
gold' ii fruit. iu of it( .o e i.l'ia that the
white fly will Ilnot 1w *e. t'ir0tll,,ute
the cosiui segalu oa i a it h. t **-i' He
ke-p., his tree fi.. .1 par-tde of
the i" II*I i, tie' n (e- hiuso i manitifat slure hich he. lia
fiounl I o a > f % t (i l It de-trotlyileK i tc '

11a18eI-Ie d tilt 'ci.-I-ticl 41f itm 41141
k~ai, A OU jldjlike-.Yit) e I II,. j
figulte '. 0,1,1.41 1-0a1Cc sllh.1'.,'
the jititlid -e4uAtr. ov. e ta t~
8*ed i. k~

Pc-nsa, ola *tere haWtt are- fi ii'? I
prioltable! market for thric aui
egg. in Twauess..tuwns


Fill P1

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Ceuty WWS be Awarisi a0000
Neword POW^e, and 0oiS e
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A aterenet og Pooram Arranged by
ses" s0pL. elloewy fr Obeeoe-
ag "Dey Ppptos and T"seer

TAU.AAsu MVIa.. Feb. S.-etafs
s dod has -"9 0r4day, h
nary iMtT. a Mesa Day to a t
puMbe smls hegmaSat S msate.
The bmhwlng tere i rgam t
e th y emeredsm wal Mbe heb
1. Qetti abet beat* the
ma f t toeby, CM valme s feek
W. 4ler6 m. .leel.

L OW paper a "What r. msd
WM t ODo In Deeser wai
tas Ohr a pepi of 6m soeeoL
4 Airm las ndi g of "Hew oa
Av Ts l et
L Demabmiss: We Have a

of a wmass ekor eoheor wsomm's
Sser.m *Wh M eers Wef tea

m--- that -m 9 ewyeBe 4as. do
ISM wea)* ever *s muk It gsve
-nd bealth m to a diseases ml
sdomnes. bs t itmp tI nam wit
tm wieews *w very her of every
m ht eat s *Ma Seol: *"Ble
tI tem reak "WeWrt t he Presh
Air," "Play l to re Air." "Uve to
tOe Ple Air."
KA- d ema b beterI eaS M s



PAUN fe. S.--ath claimed yem
"mNar tw eof amsbieB ew a s to

a. der Unre m ou kna ha
to Y as cmlei e Caset. em of the
toa of name es raised tem
eadeO bed was med meagle
ol the abado t eel aear Sat Gor
mai. where heb had bowes e
Imm a me=IN Saim.
M. Osrem a ort dow hr yte

a"s a e deat of his r. oth vI
at et atlUodLaM, as Ie a rw

of his d da It d. alt.

mrOOek t by Feb.lo t .- turday
mor. atd asht o'clock. after retathe
tog Imm a bust, John. the 14-year.
old so ,of Mr. J. N. Udmaslim. was
estantly Hilled. He was sitting o
a lease sear stU home with the shot
s tola his hand. talking with a comr-
panias. when the gum slipped from his
hand. am discharged Its load. It
struck the boy below the right shouI-
der. and testiag the Afesh up ote the
seek. His head was nearly severed
from the body. He died lastaatly.

a pIesse huany.
romw Tused Da uy eiw:
An alarm from Box U Sunday after-
soos called the fIre department to the
barbershop of J. M. Ray. where some
gasoline had caught Are and caused a
small explosion. It was unnecessary
to turn on the water, and the damage
amounted to nothing.

Netle of Diaeslutieo of PartnershMp.
Notice is hereby gives that the rm
of S. 0. Gay & Company. composed of
S. G. Gay ad Perry M. Coaion. has
thi day bee dissolved by mutual em-
e,.L (U.. ed.)
SL 0. OAY.
Micanopy. Fa. HNov. 14. I0.

Iteht Ito Itek!-4cratch! Scratch'
ecrasebt The more ym acruth the
weres mW& Try Dean oe o *at
It eures Oaeem. m, a. ay bi tNKh
*. AA s *sel It

so"ae A a. t4d.

Nod(&s ters

Temodr essmohhe d ha im dmam
ast owly r e.pe yh
no g.edo-hu bd* so Wenb s o is
emm, maisi ~ bd ho"~
of doe SO=em* d.e
"Mm be w ad downMl uew
bum wham dwei k bad-m
Wmm woubbe hame d eMO
WW md owe d m atDIN
"Wese's Pbeseim kea*"m 3VOW mr bf
amof we.3db e enm do~~
evs l eim m dw46b*

Me osbd. w &mided bs o0e b@sews" fms
Aydo& --w Plus by hem, beein&w
adimli, blaini is
~mau Muled AsseDle, .LV. *m.



PeaMes as Largip elre WI
as at WeFib

rFm Wea b ft om:
sImlls mest Idayf t vhe wk at
water minims fr ertals meetim s of
.at Gas.esile we m.. [m
S per-btmeat. alr the water
eat an emmnmr will be deprived of
water It ate part of toawm ne-s the
amte day, or as hIs as fis meBom
eamry to pot I Nulmlit l m U
r rmalge theew am
Wbm this wark wlb have been som.
peoe it I vl at a mres part of
that maetio of the ety e pretsnMea
msd es ywaV r ao tem r premises.
wvhek esy have bem de4rved of for
thee em mmths, mad weo s

The wwk of p"tt o i this Oew
Mm wl reqre so sme nmes, beit wil
be p "las baat as a tlra s hr.
- kmu s ,a.i em mt e rlm
m pb to ev .It donW tet ed

Tuseo % Fire aerm.
Tuselay aftmee Mat 3:45 the dm e
partmost was cased to e maw r of
Abelas a n pd r areses hr am
alam rrom &an a. They reepsafee
w" themr mesal peeptmes bu dueem
their mrvies were t med", as
Qa some break s l& Pms were herem
t s the esaol yard. The CMhief
Gesres, whom .mpeewsl hr parties to
can the Oeve the 'phoe ta eas of

The Klos.- ValeVy GasUtte. Wys
The Tha e-Ulf.t telst of a piea er as
lUmlard's lSm whko has roevTd a
little over ,* this year fr the
mae aof egspint from thum t urts
of am arer of groud, while a eight
ar has dose e*quay as weuL The
Gasette remarks: "Of course this ha
bees a *enxeptioal ma for this
T"taboe, bt to my that m sum of
$1.000 can be made as tle thn as
acre of CgroEad i almost uSbelhev
able., pecallUy whem that sebest is
reallaed from u c crop ale. whes It
Is possible to grow at east two more
If ot three rops fr the uname soil
In one year's time."
Min Hattie H. Carpester, principal
of the Miaml Hih School. has bees
mad0 editor of The Florida School ft-
pomet, a publication tasued by the
leadai educators of the state.

Hoar- moihe aad stuffy colds that
may develop late pseumoala over
nmsht are quickly cured by Foley's
Honey and Tar, and It soothes Inflaa-
expelW the ,id from the system. J
W. MeCodlum 4 Co.

y"e avlites~e
a* maft 60to keepY W
dmsdW at.dwgal llw
Let a "a &Lad.3epab
htr yo-4 somlmg fyet
1w unbg ym fts

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Oales at Crawverd A& I
aee. Calls answer d WI e
cmte ml dles asl reselv I


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tiTTucE won ee .

o Leadi Truses and
MaMke a eod Haul
ea LetteS.
a kfly ha:
strey, who farm at Rocky
eM I t this city. to aon
-uueesful farmers In this
he closed a deal for
crates of lettuce at 3
f. o. b. Rocky Point. which
i a-U part of what be has to
W" among the rst grow.
Sse eo vas and has never
m eat ahead oa this pro-

that the buyer wart
gf. gtrey had, but he
e ment to ell him the e -

r lttuae are still advaulcin
O* growers around here
l drop within about ten
O S Ia ure that a lare part
S ettace that was unpro-
B ew eout of Is sickly con-
IOt that time and the out-
poel will be shipplta along
Senvas article.

I TmTveling Man Weds Peop-
Mr meaof Orlando.
Ime r Information in tie
a telegram was all the news
the marriage bf Mr. B. K.
SMiss Ora Hammond. one
of Orlando. Tuesday.
Positively known among
I tim alte friends that he was
= beseme a benedict, and the
gi^ved here was rather a sur-
Fi numerous friends through-
41y. Only the Immediate
4 he bride were present to
Io happy event.
ewr MIhas for som time
1a1.1 of Gainesville and
mpeui hble position as travel-
Shr tae Baird Hardware

iAsls of the charming
of Orando and quite a
and wMI prove quite
I0 the sclal circles of the

the rmemo.ry the happy
r Tampa. They will arrive
a week and will make this
h htaur home.

AdI stot. have good appetite
fit81. oleep soundly and en-
S9o Bsrdock Blood Bitters. the
e-e tonic and builder.





IP Ca*ela Setilag Co.




ByLydia EPlnkham's

Vegetable Compound
AT e y.-X"Lyda Pink-
ba'es V abe CompounW has cer-
nta.n done me a
I cannot fralft I

hase p eteed

mb oth opera A
LasiT, Ft S. l
Athe Oef" --M-M edt Ma
Adiba, GO .-"I arde uotoM
msery from mls troubles, .oul. my
dotor md am mso topwa my eonly
chance, and I drieed It almost n-

Vegetable Compound comj l etl c
me withoutan operation. --Ia-x o

u- of unoHelted testimoyeooMant.
y orin In prove eoncluvely trto
Lydia PlakhamVg potu l CB.
feminine las ftoa whlik
e many women suef.


Jl'I)8ON. Feb. 7.-R. S. Tucker
went to Trenton today to ship hlse ot-
ton. lie says he has 51 bales and be
bought it in 1907 and paid 25 to 30
cents per pound for It. He has had it
now going on two years tor 5 cents,
but be has decided to ship it to 8a-
vanah and says that he wUl be glad
to get 20 cents net for iL Besides the
loss o the cottou he has paid out
about $0 s torage and Iurance on it.
J. Adams atteded the U. S.
court In Gaoesvlle. W. W. Weeks
was summoned there othehe Jury. but
as he was holding the ofce of justlee
of the peace they released him.
This part of the country is gettla
very dry.
The late cold never hurt us mech.
as we never had anything for it to
hurt. A few small gardens of "greens."
were scorched a little. but the
drouth is donta us the most harm.
The land is getting hard to break and
it will soon be plantlna time. If it
does not rain soon we cannot get
crops up. The wells are goloing dry
and some shallow pumps will have to
he sunk deeper


M JKROEK. Feb. 7.-The oyster sup-
per given by Melrose Lodse. V. A.
M Is an annual event loga looked for
by everyone who ever attended one
of the jolly occasions. This year's sup-
per was ivden on Friday night at the
Huffman House, and. as might be ex
pected, was an unqualified success
thanks to the untirug efforts of the
ladles who had the affair in charge A
large crowd attended and enjoyed the
bountiful fmant prepared An unex
pected tr,.at sas lineu afterwards in
the hotel acrlor. when Mr and .Mrh
A E. ParHall and J A Remmnel en
tertalniod the guests with must.
so I gi aicd renltsatlr for Ouser an
hour a nd .jtfrbardt dancriiK asa In
duli'-d in .s. okch -a tit ill. (.ali. t tilel*
\aldo \l in .ntio,. a.al t)r.a nmKt H .ig. ht-
wer*s be e II r p late i hi t. fI
Mrs J A VatiTn left caturdan for

Archer She re-i raa.-d Tujeoda'bruinK

The Health of Your Horse
%ilI l l. 1,0I 1 je t c ,toae toted Ie i jor,
.'eer ee if ttei t .. ic vie d) Il te u ll~e ist
Ictrij I, ir r. i st I i I Ili- 1Irecl- r willee
T14, a -q I ti.,ib 'I ftia l cl -fii~i.
hioiut~Aiii ear c~tei4 I '. Ilrr~ lba Va-l~. 1.
kal.-rr Ii e~I t'Fill, i-i ''It

Iel- I. cI e c,!1 c.,. Il." I
thseaour,. % Iiiii' Its ~l~it ie '
I, ou. ,w' I igle ,e I I ice l it -ie% 1, ecU:c-..-
.,A o &t illsce-i if I il .4 It 161( 1 ue ,I
cI flip. I. Lie 11e &i,4, 1.
O~U Illetr 4Iks
The fSn office fair calling cards




Man Then Deliberately Walked to
Coeenty Jail and Gave Himeltf
Up te the SheriW.

PALATKA. Fdb. 8.-A domestic mis-
understanding between a negro by the
name of Bowman and his wife culmi-
nated In a tragedy Saturday night
about 6 o'clock. when Bowman blew
his wife's brains oeit with a double-
'mrreicd shotgun loaded with buck-
shot. After the commission of the
deed Bowman deliberately walked Is
the direction of the county jail, gave
himself up. sad was put behind the
One of the deadly alsslles struck
the woman In the right temple. The
remider of the char Ibunebd
around the right ear and made pulp
of the skull ad skin. So fatal was
the wound that the wormn scarcely
had time to realtse what had befallen
Grief anad osterato reia to
the colored sectlom. where the shoot-
ins occurred, and the frealed creams
of women and the cries of children
blended in fearful and discordant ian-
non. A physician was lmmedlatel)
ummmoned, but the unfortunate victim
was. of course, beyond all human aid.
Sheriff Kennerly and his alert depu-
ties were at the scene at once and
stood ready to do whatever was nece-
tary had the negro attempted to ee-


IAOCHLOOSA. Feb. T.-Mrs. S. P.
Mcwen returned home Sunday from
a iplesant visit to relatives in Gaines&
Mrs. P. 8. Jackson was unezpested-
ly called to Dale City Thursday os
account of the Illness of her daughter.
who is one of the high school teach-
ers there. We are glad to hear that
she is Improving.
Miss Emma MeBwe departed Su2-
day fat a few weeks' stay with rea.
tives at Galmeville.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Tomplbs of
Port McCoy are spending a wfile with
relatives here.
J. H. Uptgrve made a business
trip to Ocala Wededay.
Surveyor Savae of O(rla Is here
for a few days locating cype Umber.
with the prospects of putting up a
shlale mill at or near this place.
Messrs. R. J. Tompkins aad Joe Me.
Kay of Forest Grove speat Thursday
with relatives here.

Justice Carliele's Cet.
There were two mas before Jeu
toe of the Peace Carlisle as Tuesday.
which he dispoad of with his usual
promptases, administering justice to
the couple arraigned.
W. B. Gloover. for carrying a pistol.
was fined $10 and costs, but the
Judge gave him a nalanety-day hod in
which to pay into the county the
John Wilso became Involved on
Saturday night with his wife and was
let off with 810 and costs. but his
attorney took an appeal and his case
will be heard before the circuit court.

Hexamethy ltetetramin e.
The above is the name of a German
chemical which is one of the many
valuablee ingredients of Poley's Kidney
Remedy. Hexamethylenmetetramlne is
reconlised by the medical text books
and authorities as a uric acid solvent
mnd antiseptic for the urine. Take
P'oley's Kidney Remedy as soon as

>ou notice any Irregularities, and
ivold a serious malady J W McCol
luni & (Co

Oseneeville Infested.
#;.I II wn 111i4. i too I[ffe r Ie4d lbath 1eiot icilI
Ve-iidur, ihoe hiringlug iddleiw smad thc
i kai %% ho cha ~to vbee-aaii ifoe humirol us
tice jcrsa'e-tifpai-Scoii than **. *'r be'foer
ni Ot-e. lia'tCjr) (ir 11-Wan i The city
'0111111,1 &t1t4u 1let 143,10a ll oin rdtinana e.
eioipA~i.Ilimc tll. In it) look for other
fle-lela. Ona.JA4'kM.)eii1ilV-mand othe-r

Pneumonia follows Lagrappe.
l'iic-ilaaeiat4 ute-s elic e*laKi~crioe
i,& ic t -c u e fcle th- le't4:-#- cit i'uls') r
ilien Ce) d aii'dT rftr 14A~r en isp ciij lap
atiud dutliseated tulds ltefua.v Aaey but
lit- genuille iU thue )1100 -Lkaxt
j ", Mcululum & Co.

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PORT MEADE PFeb. S.-W. C. nPoh er
er of Baxley. Ga.. was lastady killed
near hire yesterday by -beig thew
from a bgmy i a ruasway adsedeat.
*His splaa cord was broke. The bady
Me been Imbalmed and & W be ~ ,'-
ped to h ais erm ha.

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We UW est t hangars ut the

Nelese-Fob. 11th.
- ewla P.la M a dewst ma.
Whef -le-eb.k 19d and $31f a.
mkl~--a- l-f aB llt a

Iake View-fPb. ITh.
blad OovM-Peb. h.

Towunr te be"t a.

v. a

Tax Amsmmr.
aheev- m l&., De 1e am

WeOM Ot.
lutr the way yeu 1Sd abeut* 0
mp whmn yeo have a bmas eekim
ire belsn e ss th let an d
truWs tNo Mki toet or I t, Whmn hl
lard's MNareend yrup wu ilop the
00a-h and heal the O ag. Pries Me.
Me and IM.00 per bottle. eM h W.
M. JohasWn.

Heating Party Seturn.
Dr. J. A. atto. R. W. Boeall ad I
M. Hginabottam. compoesa a party
of Dr. lieroag's frteads from Philadel-
phia. have returned from Trentoa,
where they have b hese camped for
the past two weeks In search of quail.
They report plenty of birds,. but the
weather has been so exceedingly dry
that the duogs could not do good work.


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Death of Little S y.
'hr. little four >)Marold suoi of Mr
atd lMr. () It White of 'Fairbaink
died ui Moloidu) at the howie of his
lr. iit., aild Aie buried Tuesda)> after
nisM.. iii the -nil.-ter) at that I1a1 e-

FVle-y's Orino laxative cures (coiaiml
Icalion and liver truubl. and niakea
tiue bousl healthy and regular Orilno
is buperiur to pills and tablets as it
does not gripe or aaueate. Why ltak
aaythingu e*e? J W. McCollu u & Cu

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l ppam d What D ~ S.

lem6 Crwn of Rocky Potal
an MY yeterday vsitlag her
o m tIne Beml.
Smerff ft. F. Dawkins has
sf appmntlmest as Deputy
IrWtdsB distr-etL
@, X. mme Mft yesterday for

v-lts her daughtw.
Odm w oe tm e fm Rn
8 aw sof te *Trst o
bb frt-4e to dM

MeaOM at MCR ae Ga.. spemt

0110r. Srry wea oat

of Wls, the baker e1
sheAo uPe sa brge MGm-
a ltes pwaes. was a visitor
SdV yestar~ .
V. Omwfor retramed Saday
b West. where he purchased a
1e @mk or the li Uvery Arm
A Davis.
6 M al achum was tris
eieMsi tIn te eity yesterday.
~ mps weamed to Gab.e&

sB m Perry of Roamolle was
to GOlnevllle Meoday.
tWIN e'was the m uest ofbher
MS I. C. rp. maes o
NA HMs 0 Winsdor, who has
*' e iy fr the past wo
UnaB* Cenfereue".
to hs bhWe yesterday.
ILSte llat S ta Pe rtermwu-
br bem yesterdr after a
I g ti the alrt of er broth.
SmM Na& Gaimnsillae
wmeat. a ,e eWsas Ilrant

i M e has btkm ser a

ie o WMstaar of Pelatoam
uvrly e tor Pttem ouod.
b H te ary yatere y om btave
S-SeMe. eark of those per

rn es ai oeamirg s ber sof

SFA erk for PnMt. R. 00oW
51m5wmd withthe cerks mOer.

bl ree wd tht e re t owt her p
hsMiM& MeOaaml of Nor of

i this ci ty..

ofC. AH Ne of Newterry adt
Ibp* re tred tao place were
Iato the city y oattrday.d

E a Halle of Virtials arrived
y ydtar and will Upend
here as the guest of Mrs.

Waf *ofe Alschu was to the
dpay,. haviag come down to
NiWife. who is coolued ta the

iof.nk was
SIP. Hestr u lf ,,i*.luo was
S the loppers visiting the city
SUShe was ccompual 4 by

J J-g ham of Archer was a visitor
6s city ter4ay lie is uon. of
bars ofM that t-tluona d a
llik ralawr

W Aie Coo lter. huo is stopping
W iterU. Mr. P I Irwin of
-i--s. wasV amAiong the. ahuopewri
the city )efterday

lMonday uiht. a liue girl likth
A d child are dolu uice-ly and
'L oFly is all smile
ib directed to the state

whei atinal Bsak.
als'bm set this is.

Me. This bank has shows remark-
able crease sad a good sad healthy
business dice Its oraalsatlnt.
J. r. Irmet left yesterday for
Daytona. where he will today be. uni-
ted la wedlock to Miss Alma 8ullivan.
a fonerm reasdet of this city.
Mrs. fiardman of Hague was to
the city yesterday. She sad her hem-
bhad will move to Jackoemvite this
week to make that city their future
Rev. W. 0. Liddell of Dalton. ,Ga
desires to announce that be will preach
for Rev. S. 0. Thompson at High
Sprias Presbytrlaan cburce oa melt
Sunday moralag a d eveasg.
J. K. Tutes. a merchant of Archer.
and also who owns valuable property
In this city. was here y,-eterday fcr
the :'urlpor of paying his taxes and
looking after his interests generally.
Mrs. S. T. MeParlasd of South Pnor-
Ida arrived In the city yesterday and
wil vistt here for several days. She
fermerl resided here ad has a
large number of friends who will be
and tos *lseme her.
#%m aDe1s k, w m:
0. B. Weeks of Waldo was a the
elty ryestday eon business.
A. D. Chamblia. Justice of the peace
at Armber. was a visitor to Gainesville
Geo. L Taylor. of the Galaesville
Peacb Orchard at Palmer, was a mog
the visitors to the eity yesterday.
J. M. Holt. Jr., was a visitor to the
city from Newberry yesterday. He
came over to look after his taxes.
Plank's ChUI Toolm sla uarastd to
oure chila. fever, colds and lgrippe.
Price Mc. SoMd by W. M. Johasom.
Miss Lacretia Mcllvalne left yester-
day for a short visit to Delanm where
she will spend the time with friends.
Coudaetor Arthur Bring of the Sea-
board, with headquarters at Waldo.
was among the Tistors to the city
Deputy Sheri Brutom west to Dua-
aoes yesterday to take a couple of
county prisoners to te eamps of
RaIwlsa Co.
Mrs. W. T. Gil left yesterday for
Alebua. where she will sped the
next feow days visitag her paresut. Mr.
aad Mrs. Shawl.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Chitty. who have
bee vitsktig relatives at Mimopy
for a short while, returned to their
home bere yesterday.
Chas. W. Staphbeas of Alsebm, onee
of the promlmat platters of that msee
ties. was re yesteArday attadig to
some bumn matters.
Mrs J. M. Rivers ad Ulttle Me left
yesterday for ata re. where they
will spend a w days visiting Mrs
Rivers' parents. Hot. and Mrs. W. M.
Bolver Klaid and W. W. Hamp-
tom. Jr, ave returned from a ashrt
but plesasat vWat to Tamps. e.*0
they west to take la the sight of the

P. B. Godfrey, eashier 91 the Baaki
of Alachua, was la the city yesterday.
lie states that Alachus is fast becom-
las a blames center sad the towa is
foritan ahead.
T. J. Come of Raleigh was a visitor
to the city Wedaseeday. He has ascaa
resumed operatloms at his mill and is
shipplang a good many orders of lum-
ber at the present timUe.
Mrs J B. Walawrlght left yesterday
for Doland. where she will spend a
few days visitln her daughter, one of
the teachers nla the musical depart
meat of that iastltutloa.

P M. Willto of Wade was in the
city yesterday He came for the pur
po4e of bringing Hob Cook. a cras>
negro., ho had only recently been re-
leased from the State iastitution
Cabbage crates; sawn slats; two-
piece heads-manufacture our usual
standard of excellence Ask our lo-
cal growers le-t us book your order
Melton lumber C'o. MIanoIp) Fla
M H DIl.ald. cashl.r of the' t:iank
of W'illi.tu. uas aluuo tl. t IhIt*l~
to G(aine*-ill- ye.terda) He- r.-l-irt,
that l IIliv'- ti It-. AItad truwkv-r. all
bus) lrreliaring fol ithe-r firingr (t r),
W (i koltilln. iorupriet-tr of the.
(aljne'% ill t'o- C culA IIttling Wrk.,
has returi.ed fr-uu a i>takait i ta -t of
a C u11 ,r.. f '-kas to hl. old houi a hi
uthMi (' Curlli&A Mrs ikltlu &1-4 i,
tursi.d % it!' h "a
)r A K Cilue. e-t-eriuar) suri;"'ij
has uptened ttilfvs at Crawftuid &
l)avisa' table' at1d sl itl, a s i-Ar oof
the public I.liueoa lit. I, a grradu.Att-
Of tht kAl-d %V .-l llll ) (" i t A ;%' aldi
is here to practice his profsslou
Calls anseered day or aight Hiurse
dUatry, et. e and 6a& all receive
'a g e 6 0 4 811 1 1 MI

Not Coughing


Yet vom mly COUI tmOW IW Betio b e edfoit
wbs It ainm. Ask your doctor about GAyor' s
Cherry ftOral kM thebmmscThem waithe bd irdcl
~cou~ h qmem youhane a doctor's iceat
bmdL ourdodus approval of us swe WE cMOM
set A doubt at fut.Do ashe sayL IHe w
No alcobod km thk cough -d fItC Ait a..La

Deputy Shberi 0. W. Uvingstea
was among the visitors to the city yee-
terday. He was ea route to Inverness.
where Ie goes after a prisoner.
At Auatiene-Meman, the thorough-
bred German Coach Stallion, will be
sold at auetlom, to the highest bdder
eom atantay, February st, 19W., at t11
o'clock, to froat of Crawford & Davis'
tables. A rare heance to get a t ne
horse ebeap. Da't forget the date
and Ume.


Pretty Mame Weddiag Oeerred at
O eas Wedneedy Aftermsew.
DAYTONA, Feb. 1.-A pretty home
wedding was solemais d here today at
the home of the brIes' mother, Mrs.
Sullivan. when Mr. J. Pletcher Brw-
n tt of Galesville and her da .hter,
Miss Alas, were ualted nla holy wed-
The wedding was a very ulest at-

fair and only a few very Intimate
friends of the yoaWg lady were proe-
eat to witaes the ceremony. *
I Poowias t marri e e happy
couple received the ratalatt
aad left fer tbh fture bome an

Both parties are well-kaowsa I this
city. Miss Salliva having for some
time Uved here ad made a beat of
admirtma friends who wilh har mueb
happiaes Ia her wedded life.
Mr. Barnett was reared la Gaiaes
vle and has for several years hal
a pesltise as salmemsl la th elatthia
store of L. J. Burktmh. sad be has
a host of freadsd wbo extead ito m
their best wishi.

Wa We~ s Iy a Peeid NHe at
3lin0Od em
Alter Soa: It was my pleasure to
spend datefday aad "Ipday is inles
Grove. tha eet N. Themp.
eoa and of ftsoei r W. r. K$l.
Saturday igsht I gave a lecture la the
school baldlag to a Ipabed basea.
Through yoar etuamas I desire to e-
tend my snlaere thanks to the etliaem
of IsIead rove for tair bhoepitalty.
The school board made so mltaske
la placing Prof. m in eChare of te
slalad Grove dchmL Te' inpre of
his earnestns la very eviadesit.
P. W. CO"R.
Dafe City. M,.. Pb. 10, lOW.


epresevtative Crw free w risk City

The working team of the Ocala
Aerie, 0. earftived nl the city
Wednesday afternoon for the purpose
of laltlatlag the local members lnto
the secret work of the order.
The party composing the team were:
C. 0. Harris. C A. Port. W. S. Me.
lauWhiin. A. 8. Berges. A. 0. Cordero.
J. F. Hall. Andy Faucett. W G. Evans.
J. C. Marshall. T. 8. Deace., W. C

BradAey, C. W. OD MorWanGd H. A.

Honer Roll of Roeky
No. 70.



Poiat basdil

A verae.

I(--C'lara McDonald 98
7 Henry Gleasun 93
Walter Cronu 92
Will Cruown 2
-Martha Taylor V3
d; -flun Mclnmiald 4
Alice Crown I91
). A BmiLb W t
"2 Hit)>U il ('ro*u l|7
Vred (GlIa h-n 4
liarry MclItAld 34
lansing Ta) hlr v2
I Mary (rotwu 6
AVICK WAI.KER. Principal

Whether from colds, beat, tuuia-ch
or nervous troutbL. Capudlue will
reUive you. Its liquid -pleasat to

Me sad at all iru~

Try it1 oc,

Walter Horatio Palmer,. sq.. who
departed this fe at his home la North
Gaaesville on Sunday eveung, Jan-
uary 1St. 10M. came trom an honored
and distagulusbed ancestry. His ma-
ternal ameestor. Charles Clarbe. who
for m arly Ifty year beld th ene of
Justice of the eeaty at Haterda,
New Jersey was appeited by the
Governor tI 1731. sad wasa rved,
at his own requs, em emmt of d oe
larmute ft ar His ame. aam.a..
Clarke. Was made e Messmer by o
Governor and eemvedl.
Charles Clare was alms ome of th
incorprators af the rirst Pruad"
rim hurch of Tf am. New Jamp.
unmider a paent masted by K I
George IL of this ehmuekh, eme of tO
very amPt Pre*6luos g m. ..
effected la the Amertaln edaslos. e
was a trustee. whob eabfe he hbe-
for early twenty-4ve year, sd i ar

failed to be present at a bmd

la this liae. Mr. Palmer was~ thra
Joshua iHwell ad bsemam Raem
klman Of Mrs VartIma via,
wif.e of e J rsm Davis, the Pm
of the Co 1eIsate States.
Mr. Plmeor was ber at Naethb
Misaggm. Ausat 30. 184. Hae w
graait of *e Jliverlty of M
ams la ITl. Wr tw years (18M
IM3) 1he rved as a *mnbr of
Legslature of his mave '
a resrdCl eor inad uumesd
Iprated law Ins e d oiy. Mlft
sad them a Detr, aod had msft
Ia thQactive dMts 1 fhisa cham
fronio to theoid of his of iW h

he Mai to lorda. became af i
I health, which perid wam iveo to
wpm lw an ea awue d pows I
Mobed i Gai esvtll. I was a
ab lawyer. Jomt ad am Iw M
vievs sod never swon s er
eWIsi la asy stauoment emen

A &m nwho "was emnai y ad i
moodyty aSedad with him rI
years. asays: "I have awWr hear4
PsbWspeak a Ppef io mdA
weed; sad I have ever had aa at
theuaSt of him."
Mr. Palmer marriedi Missn VI
Mlsick eo SumdwesL. Ienls, ti Ii1
who survives Aia. The giving
daml o ths marriage ao J. Nol
Palmer of Maeom. Geerla andi P
amee L. Palmer, the wfe of MaNt
IL Oraves of Oaainviue.
Conma to Florida s 18s 18 m a
of health. Mr. PalaMr spet the I
tweaty4ve years of his life la al
ville. In boor ad intewrty;: he
rame tully Idestaed with Nt ie
ad iNretsad mmaves w tOws I
or. IN the lo of an sori t dml u
He was a devoted husband. a to
early aIeetoloate father, a kind i
eourtoous seghbor, sad a loyal tiW
to all who woa hise coaidoee a

calaesville. or Feb. 10. 190.

MIN WANTED.- Call at I E. Lb-
Prtry street We ca Interest ye
sad make it to your advsatage to
... ,,s for 11^


VOR IAIi.E 4hufa seed 91 per perk
H H Thomas. arl.etom. Florida
VFOR HA1AIK bed (hufaa. 63.08 per
lbahel J 14 lall Orange Bprings,
Il *r Jn

iFOI kSAI.K 'Very prolific variety St'
Island cotton .1ed direct from Is-
lando of Moutk h C(arolla Jamn-e
('heal ut. GaInvilll.. Via.1 Iux J 4
I (ilt A Ll; Two bre-*dtngi i jw- of
liarred Plymouth RKcks Nilhrtttn
the ni truo cock, These are a sva
h ,tld buuth ut the best tkuok<, Ii
the Mkkuth, sid ct ultalms a iu of
price, wunneri. leat-s 1 ,ou ,-. ,h
cocks 11o60 eachb Guaruanit ntl
factla. Royal Ml lPoultry Farmu
MIea"e". mL /

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