Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday)[-1938]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1903>-]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
Additional Physical Form:
Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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002027051 ( ALEPHBIBNUM )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )
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Related Item:
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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value to the entire country." Dies of Embolism of the

Mr. Watson will sail for Bremen on Have National Funeral.
: ACT his official mission soon. FRENCH BATTLESHIPHundreds Paris March 13.-M. Caslmlr: OPEN PARTIAL SERVICE(

Mr. I fey ward, who la prevented Perter. exorcsUent of Prance.
from accompanying" him by the serious suddenly at 11 o'clock Monday night

mth Carolina Hen SaT nines' of his wife will Join Mr.Wataon of Men On Board: of emboUsn: of the heart at his residence In Louisville By the Aid of

later. P. If. Gadsden. representing on tie Rue Nttol here.

tar Seeing Kooaerelt. the mayor and commercial Were Killed. The news. of his death was not Strike Breakers -.L\. ... t
Interests of Charleston will accompany heard until Tuesday morning. The "

t I Mr.. Watson. ex-prealtlent had not been well for
I The South Carallaaa express the two or three days but It was supposed Ijj .i

"t. I opinion that It will not be necessaryto p he was Buffering from Influenzaand

:Explains His Recent Optn.Satisfies resort to the expedient of assisting Is Said that the Casualties Num. no great Importance was attached Disturbances on Tuesday War Nearer ,; .
Immigrants to to his Indisposition.! lie was not tot
come to the
E.-Gov.rrtor Hey- ber from Two Hundred to Three The Business Center of the City an* 'i ,
extent of more than three or four even confined to his bed but lunched -
'and Other Members ef South ship loads. After the line to Charleston Hundred but at This Time Details and dlaed with his family on Sunday In One Instance a Brick Was Hurl fr

Delegation."March. la permanently established there Are Unobtainable. and was In goof spirits.At ed from an Office' Window. (

and the Immigration station authorizedby about 5 o'clock last evening an 4 '
on. 13.Couth the last congress established they Toulon. France March t: .-A abrupt prostration occurred, the rx- Louisville Ky. March 13.-With I
board one of the taken bed and Dr. the aid of strike breakers and the pro.tectton .
officials, and others interested say Immigration will drift to Charleston powder magazine on presIdent was to
itade of the administration Just aa naturally aa It does to the battleships here said to be the Ix>naexploded : Landouzy was called In and the patient of the Police. the Louisville r bIs..

northern ports and be distributedto Tuesday owing It is reported was given morphine Injections street railway conTV-any Tuesday ,

Isted immigration, held a the states further south. to the explosion: of a compressed whereupon he step tand did not awake morning opened a partial service oa ,!

Monday with President Tuesday night the president held a', air torpedo on the vessel.It . until 10 o'clock when he was terribly four lines. Between :SO and 70: strikebreakers a1

and Attorney General tK>- conference with Attorney General Donaparte. IB said that the casualties number>> weak. Imported during: the night It

t.. the white house and with Secretary Strauss, labos :' from 20O to :3')4\. but. at this time no I Another severe attack of prostration I from St. Louie and Cincinnati wen .

L Strauss at the department leaders and southern men Interested details are obtainable, and even tbo followed from which M. CaslmiiPerler I put on the cars and with two or three i stn

tn the Immigration question. Identity of the warship Is not definitely did not recover.In I policemen on each platform made 4
n C. and labor.>> I established.>> the course of the morntnf President I several trip through the downtova

it of the conference with Will Be Watched with Interest. later It was definitely establish Fallleres" Prime Minister Clem : district. liven with the police oa ;

rat and Mr. Donaparte. ac- Washington :March 13.-A goodly that the explosion took place on the i il enceau and virtually all the mem- : board. trouble began early hol4aps ,

statements made by formerC. number of American naval officials I I .cna. which was In the 3-11s.leur hers of the aristocracy In I'Paris the being numerous. 'I ,:

will witch with Interest the entry Into dock at the time of tie disaster diplomatic corps the senators dep'itles The disturbances were nearer the \tcn
C. Heyward and Com- Hampton Roads May S next of Squads of tailors sad workmen approached and the leading oSr-lal sent business center of the city than oa

::of Immigration Watson of the big Japanese: armored cruiser the scene of the disasterat their condolences or slgne the register Monday. and In one instance a brick f 'f

>llna. was entirely sailsi11 Taukuga. Their Interest Is explain the peril of thulr live and as t v at the late residence of the ex- was thrown Into a car from a windowIn .(., ,

"' l,. concerned and the ed by two facts-first, that this ship neared the Lena's dock they could resident. an office building at Fifth and' Malaatreets. ; Y

j with a speed on natural draft of 22 plainly observe donje smoke, human The cabinet m't and decl.le,1 on a The llulJe trek a St.
expressed by Mr. lIeeeordla& ,- 4 4''J'
knot, which Is better than any of I i i I remains, fly Irs constantly In the air national funeral for the late president Louis strike breaker who was ridlag

to the explana- our own cruisers can do. was turned following further explosions on the but the family regretfully; decline! aa a passenger Injuring him severe

;by the government. offlw out from a Japanese ship yard by I I I doomed vessel which presented a the honor In acordance with the wish I ly. Hut few, aenters rode during

Immigration law will Japanese workmen who are Just beginning I terrifying. spectacle and caused the of M. Caslmlr Perler expressed some the morning evidently preferring to ., '1

[:the states of any rights naval construction; yet -according i I arsenal emplojes to wring their hands time ago. walk In the pouring rain rather tau 4, a:
former laws which may. to naval experts, the ships with horror. to take chance on the cara. II

repealed or by the ex- 1 perfect In every detail. Second Italian Entry Received. Cars were brought out during the .
that the Taukusn was under commission I No Statue for John Brown. New York. March 13.-CortlantiK1
>arch 13. -One of morning as rapidly as men could 'e r @!
o day Messrs. ...,.wa,.. and on the h!, h seas wlthla: the Topeka.last acts Kans.of the. house late: Monday !J Bishop president of the Aero secured to man them but the striker ra

t,' had a brief conference two years from the date her keel was of item Club of America said Monday that claimed that they hal, won over. oae- III
the killing
follow.e laid, down In Japan. No such sped night was an one entry has been received from the
Ident. This was bills of fourth of all strike breaker who ba1.n1.e1
la the general appropriation
second of construction as this has ever been Italian Aero club for the international -
> afternoon by a ) for the erection ofa up>> to 9 a. m.
6.0-)4) providing I
attained In American ship yards. balloon at St. mute for the
tn addition to race
which The
suburban 1J'
._, statue in the hall of fame" at Washington service running b '
I. there were present At- Gordon Ilennett cup next OctV>er : J'Ie
of John Drown of Ossawat-"nnn. 0'0. ViKey: Statlot.Prospect .
rat Donapart. R. G. New Theory of Robbery. The entrant Is Alfred ,"on111..1". .
an.1 other
Kentucky tosrvawithin .
omle. A dramatic scene precededthe
Chicago. March 13.-A new hell Out the did reach the
of and T.the entry not committee -
I' Charleston
demise of the appropriation The a distance of 1: miles, was
chairman of the tmrotttee In the Investigation of the sub-treasury uatil :after the closing of the J
Senator not resumed Tuesday morning
been Introduced by
Item had
of the South Caroeturer robbery !Is being explored by the lists on Feb. 1. Word as to whether .
of Atchison and Great Inconvenience has resulted to
B. Watgener..
federal authorities. It was suggested h_ Is eligible under these circumstance -
association. At when be learned: that the conferereeswere the three or four thousand persoas t
the that some banking Institution of Chl- Is betn" awaited from the .
attorney general needed threatening: to cut It out. he who came Into the city Monday mora- tt
a nv *
said Casio large sum tn ltAV \JWrtemporary International Aeronautic Federation
tors conferencelafactory and of Inz and unable horn
asked the members employes were >> to return
one.ce difficulties and la responsible under whose auspices. >> the cup Is of-
for the the senate to follow him In singing: Monday night The Interurban service I
disappearance of the
fered. Von Miller was second In te
out of a re- .
crew -John Brown's Body Lies MoulderingIn running to Jeffersonvllle and .
$173. secret service operatives first International: race last year.
by Mr. Hey ward. who It became known Monday. the Grave." A number of senators New Albany. In 1. Is the only service
are ----
staon. is about to start took the and then Wag- being maintained show
up song today
working on the theory that the Wanted to Lynch Robber. any .
snake an effort to secureestablishment asked them to follow him. At of regularity.Charles .
: of gener
am that I it
money disappeared from Chicago March 13.-A dispatch to
__-t of the
the the head of fifty legislators and.employe Tra er. acting as special
which the North aubtreasury on Feb. 29 was Mrrowed Tho Tribune from Manchester Iowa, ,
*. the Atchison senator led the representative of the second assistant
for a day at the
eI Steamship or two Instanceof says: The state military was called -
company a tottering institution by some way first to the house committee room posmaster general arrived late last
pf'epte out early Tuesday to guard two
(rating to
which now fears to restore It. and finally to Governor Hoch's oClee. bank robbers night *n1 as result of a conferencewith
arrested for blowing
'to turning the tide of up .
singing the at the top of their the .
southward Chief Wilkie and Captain Porter song the bank at Masonvllle. March 6. railway management and the

I n of Attorney General would not be surprise It Is asserted YQtcu from mob violence and Sheriff John postal authorities succeded la having 4

ndered last week on the If the missing money was to be Baseball Man Killed. Hennessy. has asked the governor for the mall delivered to certain suburbaa>> 4

; question they feared was restored at once. St. Pouts March. 13.-Patrick J. more al
upset their plans and llynes. who, two seasons ago pitched the scene with Instruction to shoot early mornIng. These cars were

I ; requested that all action Postal Citric' Organizing for the St. Louis American league The trouble followed the ousting ut( placardl with a sign four feet square t

with the attorney gener- Los Angeles Cal. March 13.-II.G. team and who was: signed with Milwatikee the grand Jury which declared Illegal labeled -United States" 3131:." t

be held In abeyance until Shaugh. the clerk who was suspended for the coming "".l'Oa. was and which therefore cannot Indict t

id be held. The pres- by the posloffice departmentsaid hot In the heal and killed In the saloon the men held.: Angry citizens noon Will Cause Price to Advance. 1

t fly granted the request Monday night that he was preparing of Harry V. Graver Louis formed 'a mob and are bent on lynching Chicago March 13.-The general

ace. a report for submission>> to the I W, R'rhar.hon. the bartender was the men. congested condition of railways a

chief clerk regarding the brotherhood arrestel and charged with the killing through the and resultant
ptlng the entire matter country
,i' carefully and Mr. Bo- of Railway Postal Clerks who run out R'rtarlson declared he tired !In selfdefence Well Known Newsoapcr Man Dead shortage of cars, will cause: an advance a

blued the exact meaning of Los AaK.I.Ubla the pastfew : and W. O. Stansberry. held San Francisco March 13.-Colonel of prices on manufactured s

'on. days I have received applications by the: police as a witness, corroborated Henry M Shaw formerly a !,...,PJ. products of the American Paper and J

and and Mr. Watson ex- from Seattle Portland Tacoma and t the statement Both said the per man and of late years connected Pulp Association for 19': and !>')*.
New Orleans for tpmporar'b.rt..." trouble arose over Hyne having ordered with the cnstom house Is This of
the state did not wish dead agej I was the result of a meeting
King not absolutely. legal: authorizing the formation of branch some beer and then refused to 65 years. During the stirring! timeson I the Eastern: and Western members of r
organization These will be Issuedas for It. Hynes threw the ; J
Immigrants needed In the pay a pretzel Comstock l-Hl. Colonel Shaw the association held here Monday.
th Ca""Ua.Tbe re- soon aa we receive our charter I bowl at Richardson and then brandished was editor of the Call was writer for t, The manufacturer* expressed the .. S
from the secretary of state Mr. : a whereupon Richardson the Stockton .
mop Independent
Mr. Watsonis satis- and earlier opinion that the business Is now active I.t
all. We do not feel that Shaugb sal.l the organization would I flred Hynes was! :3 years old. was on the staff of the New. York I and prices of manufactured ar
not be disbanded that the Sun. i
; memberswere Colonel
sent for Immigration lo the j 4 Shaw was a veteran of I tidies firm the price and Is likelyto
not advocates of striking and Died at Sea. the civil
war and
be retarded In any way amp was woiin-le at +, be advanced because of the scarcity 1
-' that they were not attempting to Impair St. Ixvils. March 13.-Word was : ChlckamanuKa He afterward
the attitude of tae admln- ettrYeeoJ I of raw material and ex'stln cat'j
and I the service.StateWide received here Tuesday that Charles as Inspector of rifle practc: In .
am sure that the lasts I New j shortage The greatly increasedprice
j Gordon Knox. of York
secretary the I*>uls
will not only not be In- i I of production during the tact'year -,
Prohibition In Oklahoma.Guthrle. Commercial club died at sea on theup.n'l.hlp
any way but will be bene- Mysterious Duct' wa. given as a reason toeadvance (
- Okla.
"" March 13-Statewide I rlnz Joachim off the South Fought. I

'r I prohibition will be submitted I I Carolina coist A wireless message I; Demo March 13A mysterious I *. -_ _

Governor Ilryward said: I, aa a separate constitutional provision : told of his T ath. In company with duel was tJUaht Monday In the attraction of the law asa wall t Raise Price of Lumber.Montgomery.
near: Berlin.
to the people of the new hate the other members of the Commercialclub. One of the par- The:
e attorney general Is ab-! t tc.p.ns.! ("aptaln.on ,, Ala. March 13.- .-
I constitutional' convention having Mr Knox left Dehrens.
ad. Si l uls Feb- was Alabama Lumber Mannfacturers association
tltfactory to the I taken
movementstlon opted {Ibe proposal Monday rot8 H! for Charleston 8. C. and with V 1nl"l In a dying condl."Cn Toss- IIf
to the south. It I : was In se .uu
of tn the purpose of this j jk t I t opponent :U day for the purpose of conslderlnsthe
will become a part of the constitution members, embarfcld on the stated that be was
bring In contract or'The I If,a majority. of the votes cast on the ; Prlnz Joachim for Panatnn I II person ot high rank bm his i.lpn- business outlook In the yelto
question of the t' tlty has been pine territory As a result of tat
separate l_ue are In favor of It. concealed. Tiere Is also
of the state as to I Itasaxe I I i Will Be Electrocuted I no explanation of the ca-ise Th. session prices will likely be ralsa

of 1m Gains World Record. Columbus. O. March 13.-Dr. due was fou ht with plstoU from $1 to '1.GO per thousand
be fort) London March 13: .-A dispatch Oitve c.
Ilaugh. the
Dayton. O 1 Will
sing In New York
from I'srR! : 1%.>: r c;j jrf t a .
aeraJ mu: serer '
row to the of
annex the Threw New pri'vote
Himself Under Train York. March 13.-From
British China squadron has galnei!
w w' OV! .> fM'nltn"3wl'
: 1 be electrocut. &T
Montgomery All. Marefc cablegrams received here
a ed r.
pract'Th. cruiser KinK Alfred Apr The supreme court oa Thomas J. 11---:.!:..* _, friends of Mme R-uma Calve: ft was .

ty hits In thirty-eight Tuesda-v: affirm?.! f e decision of the comrrl, ted suicide! l>' <>, 'W: _. learned that it Is :'.ely she will COB*

!- murderer will be put to train at Gerall. A. Manhattan the remainder -.
lie i' f' a cu o Op A house for .,1

I..ta !.& It was...his_Intention to die In of the season under the maajefltjajjjjj- (,

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.'' CITY AiD litH The Kidneys Are I PREPARES : '

Memorable Event. at Waldo. CATARRH
T Weakened by OTer-Work, Which Many Friends Attended.Waldo. I II 1 THE SYSTEH ;

s:. of Bockr Paint teas U:1healthr Kllaers Make Imams March 13 The pleasures ofour

fT i* tae. eity' yetterday. It tied U> bo c..niaere: that JUoo.I.j I spring ar.d simmer season began : .hUeCatarTh in its l'I't"t3.not es FOR 'MJTlDN l'a"uaUy .

O. "Z. W.U urinary and tlaUticr foe: lea ".erc' last week. wish the moat charming affcctthehcaddoes
rods of Attorney tr..ced! to ti.: L . ,. : Stop there If the tru'r b allowed to run on The c'utractinK' of a
and : event ever ncenr
will t-. learn tiat he is enjnyabe.nelal of the
> rexrret st I..'t uow luode**:: I I :old is generally the commencement Unrkolqnt a;mptoms of
so his roaoa by illaes*. +| ctetice proves that ring in stale place being the reception ringing noises in the ears nose stopped up. mucus
BHakley of Cyril, member theo nearly all diseases I, given Saturday evening: by Mr. and I I Into the throat hawking, and spitting, etc The inner skin or mucous '
baw their beginning I )Ir.. Walter Sidney Lang in honor of! membrane of the body become inflamed and secretes an unhealthy !
Balnes mauufac- '
;rlakey A : matter -
rids t in the disorder ol I' their crystal wedding day. I which Is absorbed. into the blood and Catarrh becomes a serious and '
of lombsr. was a .
i these most iuportantorgans.
TLe entire lower floor was beautifully dangerous blood disease. Every day the !hOI becomes more heavily loaded 'I
< It).. slay yesterday. I
The kl.tnefitter decorated Cot flowers and pot with these poisonous secretions, and as the poisoned blood constantly paw* ,
C ..ftQ' has gone to Alaehoa and purify the blood ted plants were arranged with Kr..11 through the lungs! they become diseased and often Catarrh terminates tu i

> bo will look after his farmingMr. that ia their -work. taste throughout the richly furnished I Ihom. Consumption. Sprays, washes inhalations and such treatment do no real \

Chssnnt own oao oflorn Therefore when your Itidneyaare weakor .. : rood, because they do not reach the poison-laden blood where tlie real i
farms of the county,and out of order you can understand bow trouble lies. The only way to cure Catarrh ,
i. affected and The hours were from 8 to 11. during and build the
lash a teat deal of Interest Inthere. quickly your entire body is to purify up blood S.S.S.
( bow every organ seems' to fail to do its which time the guests were delight has been proven the remedy bet suited for .'
: "ifyou .. I fully entertained by music. Mr. W. this PurPseII goes down to the very ;
11. Carter of Ratlsdge was la the are sick or feel badly begin Ur. I Paekhsm presided, at the piano and bottom of the trouble and removes

t,..&e rd a,. Mr. Carter who was taking Kilmer'the Swamp-Root great kidney because remedy.a* soon I I gave several of his choicest selections trace of impurity from the circulation every,

rly a progressive and successful aa your kidney are well they will help I and alto accompanied Rev. F. 8. Hyatt PURELY VEGETABLE freshens this life stream and, a!%this healthy

intof Newberry. recently dl- all the other organ to health. A trial' with nU many solo, which were Indeed ? blood goes to every nook and corner of the
I r
: of his ba.i.... la that town. will convince auyone. I system. Catarrh is driven out and a lasting cure made. The inflamed memo
a pra.,t!.al tarns and stock If you are sick you can make no miss. a very rare treat. ; braves and tissues heal the secretions cease, the head is cleared and the entire .
The decor ;
take first doctoring kidneys.The parlor was beautifully
by your and in condition the use of S S.
la renovated put good by S..rite
[ farming
.fco deeidsd to engage mild and the extraordinary effect of a'I'd. the color scheme being green system 'l
railing at Rotledge. H.op.u Dr. Kilmer Swamp-Root. the treat I I' for free book which contains- valuable information about Catarrh and ask
and white. A bank of ferns t
potted medical advice les iiire. without charge-
t a store, and tb. bolldsame kidney remedy i* soon realite L It for any special yon
..r .la nearing completion.i stand the highest for its wonderful cure was conspicuously placed while whiteroles THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLAMTA. CA. -
of the mot distressing case. and i i.old were everywhere to be seen. f
i ready for boiinssa In a few on its merit by all Elegant fruit punch wa served in

.. druggists in fifty-cent ':::._ the hall by Mrs. T. O. Kennard. Here 1... M. O.AHAM. President H. E. TATLOB Cashier t
and one-dollar size : scheme red. A mound Uso. W. HTDB. Vice-President Las GRAHAM. Ast. Cashier ? t
ENINQ OF STREETS. x>ttle You may !1' the color was

y, bare a sample bottle n....ofy ..._. .. of lilies wa In the rear of the hallway,

font Room end Bolter b mail free alto a pamphlet teUtIot"O\1 and they were also suspended from THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK t

f'1Ier Ha* Boon Mad. how bladder to find trouble.out if you Mention have this kidney 1 caper or the chandelier at the bate of the

lb. streets and aidwalk of when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. fcmjj- stairs.
an being widened and Imkero bamtun.N. V. Don't make any mistake The dining-room: where the daln OF C1-AINLBVILLE.: : t
but remember the name. vanifRoot.. tiest refreshments served
were by
.. BO doubt bat that thing Dr. Kilmer'* Swamtp-Root. and the ads Mrs. G. 8. Granger Mr*. L. C. Doane . . UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. . ,r
along North Pleasant dress Binghamton,:-:.Y.,on every bottle.
ftftuspp because of the fact that and Mrs.V.. Id. !loll.... wa tastefullydecorated. :' Capital . . . . . . . . . . . $50.00000

......1. which !I. not only one THEY WANTED CIGARETTES. There the color schemewas'' Surplus! . . . . . . . . . . . 50,000 00 {
and carnations
green ;
i . one of the narrowest
the flowers that aiorned this room. A. Interest Paid on Saving Account and Certificates of Depotit. All B sine..
i lb. eity, la to be enlarged. Parties Broke Into Drug Store and Tra at acted Proml&I,.
handone collection
it.,....&,whieh extends Played Havoc With Cigarettes.Some large and exceedingly K. E. TAYLOR. Cashier, 1 1ECANft&CO !
of cot glass wa displayed In
sbyterlan church north to
party or parties, evidentlyeclrooa -
f ....... la not only narrow'bot the pretty dining-rnomeaeh specimen
of Blocking up on a sufficient : being the gift of come friend.
has been a source of G. S. 1\,1
amount of eUtarettea to lat them a I ,
.... to the city, owing to I ft .. Lang wore a gown of whit .,
few weeks forced an entrance Into chiffon and was assisted In receivingby .
.ells great mod'holes have the druK store of Dr. time Retailers and Joboe In ; y
Ayer some ;
Mrs. \V. D. Heigler and )1,..
.. stand week
to a at during Tn.*day night, and succeeded I Blanche E Strickland. :

MK fever and of other lb. street slekat.atloa getting away with a quantity of I I COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Staple and Fancy Groceries, :

>been called to lb. eoa-
It Is a strange fact that the party or! t.
lie Greet several times parties eared nothing for money or, Interesting Meeting Maid Wsdn.]day. rain, tarilfn Seed and Fertilizers.
ita oo North Pleaaant Election for Good Roads.
for other wires common to a drugstore
only be glad to learn SOUTH SIDE SQUARE, I GAINESVILLE. BLOKZ&AHighest
but seemed to be determined oncigarette There was a special meeting of the
be widened bat want lb. market price paid for Chicken Eggs and other Prvdnee. tt t
*-ani they not them. Board of County Commissioners. I
i a. soon aa poaaible..IS .
The entrance was forced through the nesday, which was called for the rur- A Complete stock oT Hay Corn. Oats Flour. Bran Meal Cotton Geed Mail 1
rear door. Dr. Ayer good oaturedly pose of calling an election in the New- and Rye. W, handle only the VERY BEST goods at the LOW. ,
IS ELECTED admits that be has been robbed and berry precinct es to whether or not EST PRICES and guarantee satisfaction alwar. \

a. good-nataredly admits that If the that precinct should be a sub-road>>
r Voters Send Him to Lex:* .
robber will come to him pay for the special tax district. .
For Next Term
cigarettes and the lock be will not The meeting. attended by Com-

s.. the eittsene of Levy prosecute the ea... This may be a mittioner John G Dampier. chlna.a.F. ,

elected John R. Willi. to good; opportunity for the robber as F. Faulting and C. G Fed rick Green Hedge ?

as ae Senator aueeeedlngtar. Dr. Ayer says he I I. known and will be The election was caled! for April IS.wh.a .

.deceased.three arrested In a day or two If he doe the citizens of that district will i \
candidates In the Tennessee Sour MashA
not eome up aDd do the square make a decision by their ballots.

t. Willis O.A Morton and .1.1-........" -
ir. )Ir. Willie received Afflicted With Rhsumatism.

ton 181. and 31 r. Farmer Brunswick Testimonlats-Questioned.
I "I was and am yet afflicted with < A superb product unexcelled for parity ant flavor. Lovers of
It may be of Interest to the friend rheumatUm.' says Mr. J. C. Bsyae old Tenneee handmade flour Math Whiskey will relish this pieceof

Food and Drug Law. of good government In Oalnesvllle to I editor of The herald Addington. good,

to annoooeo that Fo- know who the gentlemen are that dian Territory, "but thanks to Cham Per Case, 12 Quarts . . . . . $10.00

I Tar for eoogha, eold.I. commending one of the candidates berlain's Pain Balm am able once more Per Case, 24 Pints . . . . . $10.50
for Marshal of
oar city to attend to boaines. It Is the best of
.. la not affected by Pdr Case 48 1-2 Pints.$11.00 t
L. W. Beach Ex-Chief of Police of liniments." If troubled with rheumatism ,

Par vood and Drag law Brunswick., now runs a barroomon give. Palo Balm a trial and you Express PrepalJ. .
i no op..'.' or other harm of Grant and Oloaster
corner streets are certain to be more than pleated
,.. recommend It aa a la tlat" el',. with the prompt relief which it afford Per ease 12 Q tarts and 12! V,".Pint' free for 112. Express Pre
1 for children and ad a It*. paid.
R. Levison. the other gentlemanwho *. One application relKeves. the
A' Co. gave such a glorious testimonial pain. For sale by all druggists. Four Qaart; '..00. Per Gallon in Jug. $3 b); no charge for

I.I alto running a barroom at the cor- Jug ; Express Prepaid.

nerof Monk and Grant streets In the Yellow Fever In Mewlco.
City of Mexico March U-A fataJ SMALL QU.\nTIEi-Q1Srt. tlO); Pint SOs ; Half-Ptnt. 250.
same eU,. They were put out of
office the Good Government Club cue. of yellow fever has occurred uUataje Packed ..orted in
I !TAMTUMCMNT by separate or a any quantity desired from one
Tothoe who have adneere interest Nuevo. near Cordoba. Precautionary bottle up. Freight or Eiprett collect.
steps bars been ordered
In Gainesville the above facts speak
t&kea. Drop u* a postal and let u. send you one of our latest. price Il.u.
volume, and need no comments. _. . I
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A Famous Fiddler. ni *.. Ir*,vJ that ......r.alZ UC ,

"ye just received a One of theoldet and most Interesting .u.*" by w <.rrm. FLORIDA'S. FOREMOST MAIL ORDER HOUSE

character of Old Town LaFsyette BcUn_ I* don:* .wonders the.- J jIn
of the Celebrated county. was in the oily Monday having m.Ukin.. a* weal ax tu IITC1WnU.1_-. Jtt'KsOMILLK, ILOKIDA.UPHOLSTERING .

B.D CLEANABLE ben summoned here on bomes.. Adam lived Ue human ra<-a 4..e. been I
i troul '*r whch nj h jr
LA+iED R.E- Thi p.rtona.. no more nor 1..1|I rror':tratlon has here*.->fur. sn.\.J' .i s ace < - -- - - ----- -. _.
than Jordan Cribb of Old Town who ..fu| cure until Xwbro's iterpb't I wan --- - - -

TOPS, and can salt I* known all over the county a* a good j I I n it o' the rn+..rk-(. itl. a seal .: : pr_ E. H. MARTIN
t lar -ki"*.. th_t kills ih. cvrrt Ib.'tk's
fellow clever entertainer and the"best
17 style or price. a !i or c'rf t>> >t..jc:'.* .p. t
L f tiddler that ever lived" ." "lp to a. t e' .h'9 root of it.. lit where
geld seventy- ix last sea. Mr. Cribb. i* more familiarly known .x. ;... t- .u A: t). riu-!n* tt.'hInc.. a::1'. PRACTICAL CABINET-MAKER
I .
fit :. 1 rt a' v >.i .in e. "rho
refer with to LsFayette county a* . .
you pleasure .Fieldl.r.*l Ie .t I*' i r-n. t cr..m tutor r.t'y
last year's customers. .lord." a title which has been It 1 I. the ...,1.: d"-tr.per of many ,..n. He I* a good fellow, fun I*.>:a b.v l .Kll'kr tlrutrvl*!* H.n<1 !*(0. i'Baring 208 East Main St.. S.
le made last year U a of the good and gracious mo'inof. In .t.>mi'* tor esmr.e to The Ilerplci4 .
| Cu. Detroit :)!1cb. .
testimonial this ...
season. the worldand le never happier than UrfM"lhDIC'
f Two *lm*.-_S cent and II.'*.
when be ha hi* old .violin several centuries J. S. Bod i ford A Co Hpectal Agent. .
ICE-Ueka letter old. under hi. chin. I j ,

t colder temperature than ,; -- - UolUTop Desks and all kluds of Of- t

on the market. Dangers: of Pneumonia. I I WILLIAM ANDERSON 1 . a shop- is the flee Furniture made to order at fan

.A cold at this time If neglected is building OP6")9rut Pn.lome. weear. tory |.rice, and satisfaction gnaran-np-
JD TO GIVE teal Call and see deign before
prepared to do .
liable to cause pneumonia which i.i *ooften AUTISTIC UP ieriog. REPAIRING A tiPECIALTY.AIacbua .
(ration with lesa fatal and even when the patienthas IIOLSTEHINO on short noi.cel, '
.BICYCLES and work guaranteed to be flr..'.eia... \\V
other make to recovered the lungs are weakened.1 carry a complete line. of UphoUierme
to t>oodt and invite. Abstract Co.
ElILY. making them pecullarly/usceptible your inspection County

the development of cOD'Dmpiloa.Fol. Electrical
Supplies. EDMOND j'r'l'ESllNOPPOStT ) :Incorporated! ,
', Honey and Tar will top the ,
1'erry ),. (,:O .OG. 1*rK..1, W. IiUadiaf. Visere
LE cough heal and strengthen, the lung :' posTornce .* ..: u. K. CoUoo. Se .-Tre*.
and prevent pneumonia Lsgripp .LCf'IIco1 f*Jeadlns llirjrlr. Kepalrlaiee U.\1?E:4VILLE. FL\

cough yiell quickly to the wonderful promptly Lle
curative. qualities of Fdley's Honey I ef all kladt.hitide. For Be tAdvertise fie t11t I nee\\Vdo, with an fartlltiea excloive for Abstract imparting Foil ul-

r. There is nothing else .."Jast i, Information concerning the Title 1.
} 4 UNION SI. in Tho Sun. i anv and all lands in Alachua county WAll

business trsnuoted promptly.GAINESVILLE qr

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Prohibitionist Carry the Election bya

i Very Large Vota.Kn -Women's Pains
I See US .'xvllle. Teen March 13,- n
Knoxville by a majority of nearly
:.(**> vote*. decided that the ..:loons
:-Hon. Champ Clark Delivered a : mast t'nder a state law grantIng "
for All 1! III was a total wreck." writes Mrs. Beulah ',
Fine Address n the Afternoon. !!: Incorporated cities the right to
I say whether or not they desire saloons R )alley of Champoeg. Oregon, 'from pains I had :;.

OTHER CHAUTAUQUA NUMBERS an e'ection: *a*. held as an suffered, fort years every month. Sometimes I .1
I The result
of ntlirent
expression was a majority of 1 .931 for temperance would be unconscious for 12 hours at a stretch. I '"

They Were the Same .s Have Been The legislature: reconvened did not know that anything could stop the pain :

Presented for the Past Few Days bill Tuesday! following' a recess whena .. entirely but Wine of Cardul did. I advise all, ,t

But Were Interestln-Program forTodar igh ClassPlumbing bill was Introduced abolishing rvpretent ; women suffering with painful periods to use Car-
charter and reincorporating "
Ii dui and be relieved.
.1 without saloon. MX month t'mc:
J: The Wednesday program of the* i win bo given the' saloons In which to f
j' It does this by regulating the functions and i
1 Florida Wlntt-r Cbnutauqua wa. mi co... The election! was featuredby

Interesting one. especially' since it was memorable scenes. :;.(''ofo4) women toning up all the Internal female organs to health.It .
characterby! the aJdre.. of Hon. and children paraded the streets before !- '
1 Champ Clark of Missouri who
> and entertained the the day women worked at the po::ns '
tour of the State, record of 70 years of :
with hU witrdvrfut in. place. rQ.a .*.tinj5 the mn to cant
4, Chaotauqu floeotial talk iti th* afternoon. their ba'ot: 'or the 'eniperance cause success. I It has benefited w.lrass.V.n
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wr .y.n *M will M.e yes
.' The Chtntauqoa opened a. o.nal pas. --. _......
.' a million others. __I La... A....... .rt_... ;
with the school of physical training In Weak Stomach Causes Sickness. 'T..c.."......
.... the morning at 9 o'alock. followed b t We Do ItRIQHT I I Why not you? Try it. ...... T_..

Prof. Brown'a ltibl' lecturet 11 Different Symptoms That Result From

o'cloek the school of health and cook : Ird'KOtton How to Cure by ,
in Bottles.
J Sold by Every Druggist $1.00
I Inj ws. again on. and in the afteruoouit I Strengthening the Stomach I

f 3 o'clock lion Champ Clark of M'" If you have ever suffered with a

i aoari. the great Democratic leader one weak stomach yon mutt realist: that WINE

f of the greatest men of America. madea II the digestive system i i. to the body

; fine< address to a big crowd not with* what the foundation I Ito the house CARDUI

landing that it was a very inecnve* BAIRDHardware thibas of support and *tr ngth. OF

aient hour. Mr Clark is a man of Whatever hurt your stomach or

great power, and his remark", which lessens its power hurts all otter p.rts - -

... were listened to by many of the lead CD. of the body and Impairs their powers

an of this section. were well received. If the stomach I is weak and distressed.

1 There was a powwow or the Seton Phcne 7 one organ after another will be involved ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPiE.

J Indian at 4:3O o'clock, followed by aleeturr until the heart, kidneys and

"Evangeline." by Dr. \. T. liter are all distressed
Lan*>nburg. Mat, which I, 3''
t Kempton. -- --- - -- -- Get the stomach right and health
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1 was illnatrated by matchless colored Dreadnsught Behavior Not Good. I I will naturally come to the other organ E. E. VOYLE. MGR.

1 1 taroptican view, in the evening. I.f>nccn. Man' h 13: --Artr'n' ; to I I *. This explains why. a good manypeople Abstracts of Title aad fall Information furnished regarding '
The program for today will b* .. the C'hTnce! the official! acoun of who have doctored foryears for eonnty.' Oar manager baa lived In thU eoontr thirty yamt .

., follow i the Prtadnauzht'it; behavior on her 'I diseases of the heart kidneys or la thoroughly eonveraant with land "'Ie.. -

i"eboc.lof physical education at 9 a. trip to Trln! .tlad are not altozttaersupported have at last teen cured by Mi-o-na

j"m..; Bible lector at 10 a. m. ; school by private letter The' I: stomach tablet. They found to their i
health and cooking at 11 a. m lea : *
.l \ of ; engines worfee well but the heat: astonishment and happiness that .

1 tore **A Casket of Gem." by Edward In the engine room exceeded anY-I I when the weak stomach was strengthened ; FIRE ACCIDENT BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY I29SDRAK4

l' Everett Carr of IllionU at 3 p m. ; tfcJra ever experienced by tho* their health returned the heart: seating a number of prominent American and Engliab i se_
grand powwow of the Seton Indian board the .Mp. Owing to the great' became regular the torpid liver active" I REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANS ,' .

; 'i al4:30p. m ; L.Delle Concert Company . size of the ship, her maneuvering I I aDd the kidneys healthy.Do Ga.iJ:1.::: .* 'Llle s .BT'Lo
; at 7:45.ocl. ecture."tliawatha. qualtt:es at slow speed was not equalto claim 31i I
not think w# -o-na a
: illn.trated by Dr A T. Kempton. at those of smaller! "hfps.! It Is stated : "cure.all." It I i. not. It i i. a .peei!!: ESTHER S.-0-i-:41.: : w.'w.

f 8:30 o'clock i in the ..vening.A that the bins battleship cannot for all distresses of the stomach and
, keep her atatlon with reciprocatingships
when it strengthens the stomach and
Big List. at :0 knots and that for nfllhtman.u" : I
4 cures indigestion you will soon b* JORDAN & COMP.INSURANCE
n without lights in close formation -
r Clerk! J. Maxey Itrll ha. jan com well all ever without further medi .
the ship Is out of the runningListen
"4 + plet-d! compiling hi' list of qualified I cine.

1'ot.rl. aDd inform Th. duo that there Ml-o-na is sold only In CO boxes,

are fl-e hundred and thtrty.,nine qnal never In bulk It is void under an absolute

r Iced voter registered which (i. the And remember the next time you guarantee by J. W. McCollam PORTER BLOCK GAINESVILLE. Fl ti

\ largest in several year. suffer from r.ln-caused ty damp % Co. to refund money unless It cure:
This means that those interested w..athrr-wh..o your head nearly j
have been bard at work and there will hunts from a"ur.lJi.-uy Ballard's, He Had:: Lost on the Ponies.

: b* "something doing" in the coming snow Liniment. It will cure you. \ New York. March 13.-Almost pen- Fire. Life and Accident eom ::I

J aleetion -- - _ prominent bu,ine". man of Item .te,d.t nlje*... and wi h a book of race Information -
4 I Texas. write : "I have used your lin In hie hip pocket: an un-
1 Tennessee Leg'atature: Convene .
\ Nashville.! Tenn March 13.-The Im.-nt. I'revioas to using tt I was agreat t !fVn"fler| man leaped from 'h. highest EI3T 8L288ffiD ioe". ?
sufferer from rheumatism and I .r-n of a high brldK ''are Monday
Tennessee general anfmbly reconvened ... al! ..
that If vas ta :en frrn ti river >
afternoon after rcess neuralgia. I am pleased% to say
Tuesday a
hour larr In a h .pi alHundreds .
I but died an
of one month. Amone Important now I am free from these complaint H.F.DUTTON&BgNg
of people In the vicinity at
legislation to corn before that body I I am sure I owe this to your liniment. I
'I the time watched the spectacular:
( are the! two cent passenger: rate bill Sold by W. M. Johnson. II
trap The brtde where the jump was
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and a number of meaturea.Tha
made I. leI feet above the surface
+ legislature continue In cession Demand Increase In Pay.
I of the Harlem river fce gangs of
thlrty-Hvejilaya longer. Panama. March 13.Steam shovel : :
j men were at work on the rocks on
men P01p''p,1 on the canal have
: the banks. Two of there men witnessed -
".{ Woman Colony Club. demanded Increased pay and a withdrawal
the plunre and. pulling out
New York. March 13. The Colony of the rules regarding the accumulation -AND DEALERS IN-- "
in a row:>>oat p'cked! the man from
; Club .he first club In New York of vacation: clm. The the freezing water.A i"r
for women upon the lines of a man' chief engineer: refjced the demands r

club was formally opened Monday. and aa a consequence, a committeeof
Women of the highest social standing The men has: been named to go to Baby Sea CotDo

in New' York. literary women. .ahlnlttno. D. C. to bring the should be sunshine in the tome, and
aid business .women, constitute its question at Issue before President will be If you give It ".Jtit.'. Cream

' membership largely.I Roo u vIt. | Vermifuge, the greatest :worm med
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Iciu ever offered to stiflering ho a.*aeralh.aaia.Nata....*..F a.den Vereiaa ..+&Po..*tle : '
1 Trouble at Spanish Election Found at Last. manity. This remedy I is becoming the Tbe aeeovaMof...afc..baaasrs. rperIio...tsrasn.asreasete aad
Madrid March 13.-The only trout J. A. Harmon, of Lisetnore. West ; permanent fixture of well regulated received oa favorable tenna. 8p .lJf* *..*Jaa' *oP a ljaii.
the ...._. sac CalW14 Massa ;
Va. A1 lat I have
fele .
J reported In Spain as a result of says households A mother with ehil
tie auctions occurred at Barcelona perfect rill that; dren. can't get along without a bottleof
There the opposing parties Lad a ai.d for the benefit of others afflicted j White's Cream Vermi'age in the M

pitched l battle, as a result of which with torpid liver and chrome constipation house It I I. the purest and bet med.
one man was killed. Several more II will say. take Dr. King's New icing that money can buy. Sold by. G-a.-i n-es v .1B HJ'ILo:

bn-nhs were found In Darcelona on Life Pill.." Guaranteed ..heraetor,. \\ M. Jobn,on. --
I lfonday.j :25%j at all dra6tai.U'. I I I
' I
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-------- The Lst *t Straw.

j Acquitted on Peonage Charge.KnoavIlle H. Cou'dn't! Object. I,I "John." saM the woman with nine 1

; Tenn. March 13.-It rl..rk1 can't get a room here for j I I 'bllr-aus. "1 sot another new bat t>-

the United States circuit court Judg that man IIe's drunk. Man ( upportIng i < I Insured.
dayMy her ho-- If You Are
C. D. Clark presiding. Robert n. a weary trtt"n.h-Tbftt. all right {, dear expostulated .
Oliver and his six foremen were acquitted '''bat of that .Ierk-Tblll 1* a tem. Lan. that: the last .traw.
If." .be said; "jast from
1 know
on the chars of peonage! prnnc hotfl Man-Welt, be'a too
',1 There were eleven white men and one 1 drunk to knew the difference.Armyand I>i l.arl.-IJfp. I I Iii a Company that la Responsible Have a PolicyWritten
1 With Liberality of Policy Contract and the
Navy' IJfo.
egro on jury.Archie
r 1I I Alice Roosevelt's' Wedding \ Pay Lo eea PromptlyYou ;

Roosevelt Improving. Trouble Ahead.'I |I Rae something to be recorded In the

I "...bID&'ton. March 13.-The Improvement . your hue uji yety asked the annals of hUtoty. ilerbine baa been 4f Are Assured
In Archie Roosevelt's condltloa '>!irly caller ut tli+ <-.ur facnl woman I Acknowledged the greatest of liver C 4t t
t fc.- 1.." was the
I continues.fie la doing nice at the dr- r "I expect regulator. A positive cure for bilious
i' ly." said Dr. Rlxey. alter his morn- reply "ld like! to ewe him for a feT headache. constipation chill and fever That no serious loss can overcome you without" you haM

1 lag visit to the patient at the White minute" ",S....t"Milwaukee wonWI I. He Sentinel I11UO.t. ,I and all liver complaints. :. 1 rtifoge. _ ___ __ _
lions.. Tuesday. come" home > (I r C. smith Little Rock Ark, write
"flerbiae I I. the greatest liver med. t
The truth nf It Its those wbo feet cine( known. Have ud it for Tear
Increase In House Rtnta. serve praise have generally the de-I It doe the worn." Sold by W. 31. I ) Fire Life Accident and Health

i Rome. March 13.-The growing Inerraa exqal-lte relish: of It.-.Ste-ele. Juhn.on. ,

In house rents la meeting with ----- -- ----------- -- -- - --- -- None but Reliable Companies Rep
much opposition. la Naples' Sun- --
; dar a large meetla to protean wata'.d Asa your doctor about these throat cou.tis. J lie will .
tell you bow deceptive they are. A tickling in the --

... -- Throat throat often means serious trouble ahead. Better A.1 1Vl c VInformation
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY explain your case carefully to your doctor and ask \
about taking Aycr's Cherry Pectoral. Then
bin your aha.j;
Cough best xaediCiac alws-"
Tabl.". Druggists refund money If ;O do a. be says. Get the. .. . w. u. ....
A -
It fails to ea,.. E W. C.ROVE'S tig W ....-a.A_.
catar Is oa each_box. a. 'J.3I

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Aae, I :
V I For Marshal. ''+e

I I rr.pectfn"ynooao! 4.
BT MAKVrjf. t+V1CTIO-S I *.. R'
: dacy for the office of Cia if

The best reform.tioa In the world ,Is the election nn April jelected ; ".

the sort that begins by forming oor- I I Hhll erform .

..19... one by one. the cfflee without tear or fiTJoJGainesville. ,

+ Them. are those who woold erneify .. ,fh1M / RacJ&wnr T.t:
I Fla.. Jan.
+ the one) nearest thems order to too 1"Iott

eesafnlly play the role of a martyr for I I respectfully I.I l

I abe friend In the distance. I'dacy for re.eleetion announce.. at sty *** 'a,
world be bitter for City M* i l
The will always i promising to faithfully dL 1*

't the woman who has once known 10..1 I lti{ / I duties of the ofH-e In the f.te", f#

protection, aDd material support / t i i hari endeavored to do I.heh la *"

r has deliberately reno i eed them all. 1 f j sol<< the votes .,f .11 food tao d**> .i

Can you In the preeenee of a man, j Ke.peetUH
4 peak of hU merits with discretion?t ("RA'. PI
Can you In hla absence, .speak of hlaj I

faults In lore? If w. too' are a -logtyPlrlt. For City. T.. A.stttOf, ,
| W. M. Bradford
: ...
I would rather bave a plala coffin '!. himself as a candidate for r...
without flower. a funeral without aneolozy as city tax assessor lie 'u

r than a life without the sweet* ,{ I I.d a full and faithful stfftes H
ness of love and sympathj-tosaid office during! his peer ado,. r
Aog ost Gast. I, tioi>.. and a.k. the ,upport"ftV the*" '

Two new phase of life loom Into of tobacco without lie and the registered .stets
." Hew In these latter days-Conspla'ooos This man bought a supply I! coming campaign. is '

Waste and Conspicuous Leisure. Both acquainting himself with the distinctive taste
y; a,.built on blood and are bought with I NOTICE.

the price of souls. of SCHNAPPS Tobacco which has the cheering j i \otier! f I. t ..nbJ given flat i s.I

k+ The most successful to the social i tion will b ? made to the Iwgslarale{

a' world rarely have tremendous talent t qualities that gratify his desire to chew, and at t convene at Tallftha..r>., Flalal.
If they had. It Is 'likely they would U(U. for amend meat of Ckster

desert the social for either the artistic less expense than cheap tobacco. I' .Laws.htir..dn rf rlondb.act .Zt."f let. Of )gad, G

or the) Indostrial world. i I lion the territorial diogsw,1 and ,

There are those whose lives are Riven J ers of the city of Gainesville. ..lM Cg

over to conspicuous..ct.. They exist SCHNAPPS has been advertised in this Some day theyll get a taste of the real '!''pal corporation organised aE4
In Alaehun
on the blood and bones of men and paper so that every chewer has had an .fchnapp.s--they'1realizewhatenjoyment providing for the etrreiw'

V women who labor In the 8.lde. and opportunity to get acquainted with the they've missed by not getting SCHNAPPS t power."

: toll and sweat to provide for a riot of facts and know that drugs are not used
feel like kickingthemselves.
: they'll
long got
the senses that some miscall life. to produce the cheering quality found in Noltce.

ha, The mission of a social queen which the famous Piedmont country Hue-cured Itobaccos Notice- l. hereby glees tot-rrBt.s.. <
and that SCHNAPPS is what he made at the.....1001.,",
begins when she I. a debutante Is tow SCHNAPPS is sold everywhere in I"I U. WT. for an awendweu Na
: study her little world. She must set ought to chew. Still there are chewers : town of Ataebur. etuat.e ::tau trtt "p
and 10 and IS cent plus of AlacbOA. Slate ol Florid.
(: It down as a first principle, that the who accept other and cheaper tobaccos cent cuts J

,ea realm In which she moves Is not halfas that do not give the same pleasure. sure you get the gems nc.

t anxioua to have her shins as they NOTICE OF APPLICATIOX M

,1;e re to shine themselves. - TAX IlEKti U PER SECTiaf

;(. This old world leads every n.w.boro _.. -- OF CHAPTER. 48M, LlWI flFLOKIDA. a

,child to the threshold from which are'twodivergentpath.
., leading into on. Constantine Acquitted. Notice Is hereby given last Jsai ,
Savannah Ga., March 13.-A Steven.puretsserof
Tst Crrulai '
two eoj. lal realms. The first begins unIque turn was given a murder c 1t'In No. 135. dated the Tib day of Jsacij
lIb bluo blood and ban..e.oaoll. the superior court Monday u n THE BEST MONEY CAN BUY j D. 1SSO. has tiled ...d e.nilleaca. y

_ second, with In-born honor and a the ina'n: wit P.s for the stat: declared I office and has made .poUea&iaI, ,
sty for tremendous toil tit d..n .O' t se '..rct._ ,
that the man on trial was to: Ira -' . ..
: "! eit ri- *. r 9t*.... e
Stanley dreaded the poisoned the man who had commuted the k .'. '
lolioin_ Ue.cribe.i properly rka
the Wambottl dwarfs more Ing. Bartorle Constantine was the iu Al'ch>.a.: '..,n'., Florida. W-fet

ler to... Strange to say.rro.1 I defendant and he was charged with ;; j :" ', ..t N a i4 jj.e: IE. TP. '.tt LI
: I II -40 _.
Isoned their arrows with a the murder of Frank Patterson a negro UeSotoFOpueRyiOWhiskev' aorp, .

Itraeted from honey How true! which, who Constantine was killed clerked In a fruit Joe shop Miller In I date lt.i uf.thf iU laud is.iinpeof being s*.aehctru tt__ft 'o-ain

>ws are the poisonous dugs thatle the name of II V. Ms...ey.Cole. .
from o.ur.sweetest. plesiure a negro surprised Solicitor G-n- .. "id ....r..llt-. ... ball M ,r
eral Osborne by stating that Con** n- E.pefelly asptd for Fain ) -: d 1''ein.I..t"o.' dr*!m-d according to ,Is-. tat swill i
r'Affection can never be ...,.d. 'tlne was not the man who shot Pal- I|I i issue thereon on the land dst i
Then proffered to enrich the heart of tenon aavlng that Constantine did 4 Full Qoart, "5'>> (X).-Etn' *s f'r. "Ift.' March. A I> 1007

Bother |f refused It will return toe not even look anything like the man 6 Full Quart*, *7."O-Kxfr'r"f' I 12 Full H '''.'., Hl'75-h ;rrs 1'e.(,mii!. 1..1. this. the 18th day of F.6raA
heart like a sweet. refreshing rain. who did the shooting. The Jury took 1L Full tiuart. *ll.0(>-r r*> (There'. Infinite pathos la the tragedyf I only ten minutes to make up Its verdict I S. H Wrusn.

the heart. After all.It l I. the re- i of not guilty.! >0. 10 I'1'/ti: i\E-Triiai* nor of our h. "t ..hers.| Clerk' Circuit Court Al-chu C sity
iting heart that shrivels and turns aid ..rr .f"ction or uioii-v -fund Hj. -I Kutl
atone.Character. i Always Keeps Chsmbsrlain'a Cough; 8 Full Quart. *l.r12 Full (lu." .. f9 (;) -

I. that phase of life taken I Remedy In His House. Express Prepaid. Plain Packages. OF ELECT

by reason of the things we do. We ..We would not be without Cham
ult11111 .
1. "E\-.t' .
good or bad according as our furnish thjug ; ti nay zp' ... N C
every berlain's Cough Kcmedr. It is kepton White and jug. '1.05; N. U. White hotter. $2CO N. C. White, Hue" I -U.
gets color from the law to which 1 2SO; Laurel Valley Old Corn $3(*'). rider ant by trtu. of OWft"
hand continually In our home" : thurlty ee ted In m by .Rise.(mr see
ihaetla related. Character Is the
Marur u( the Oly <:f ..I ln .TtJ .Flart**.!' +
of the things we do. For that says W. W. Kearney, editor of The Ins -END FOR PRICE LIST- I K. Tbomx..fn hereby can .. ciMttM*! t
dependent Low,,. City Mo. That I is held In ..kl C'|iy of e..l__.lil.. wtbevthfar
>a.oo. la not good from the simple of .\pHI. ns4.lurO.'
It that he does nothing bud just what- every family should do. elr-etlnthe fol'ooln' oRlcrn brrriaOne reaII...._._
serve fur the i>rtudt set out
When kept at band ready for Instant
Mayor one Man bI.OB.Tu
U'.. a cold may be checked at the outset J. J. WILLIAMSThe I one Aiwxxmor. use Clrrto .ad Tr*.......
__. .. O.ea
to sere ror a .d of .at r t
ft! and cured la much less time than Oat. of their eleotlo.
after it has became settled in the -ytteai. Mammoth Mall I Four Aldermen to serve fear 'a l'ftWif
This remedy is also without a Order House > from the date.( IbebekCY.w.
I One member or the hoard of rdat
1Ell1ft1t I peer for croup In children, and will 1*. U. IIUX 401 : : : : ICKsOMlLLE:;, FMIUIHl '-n" fur a .rt".1 of a..jests s
I prevent the attack when given. soon l.t d.7 of June lag." r
t>no member or the Iluard of P.baf
I.. the child becomes hoarse, or even to f II! the uorxHrcl term of WrriUoed S.
- - - L 4.t. sfs*
from UIe
after the cough which
,. croopy appears, I
1----Young Girl Held! for
1 Murderdiulrn. .
I lees only' be done when the remedy I.i That the oru'.Miit* ree.lelat Wnu.&trer
II Ala. March 13Hert:, of lute. Cur n*Bit>er N B.dC
hand. For sale' all >
kept at by drug ....s'1
II I .. ,
Talton. a U- -old girl. |I. lie.rk. h U scree for rice
XS in
al.... I I 1' .. tlilJ.,,, r.h' the neat tll.....
I at this place, a verdict charring; tnnr- "-... *<>. *..- of .",- for_k1 ..m<>e.haJJ rm 355
der having been RES >.a*. tb. -rT.. aa.i seem vr \V. N U U"<.. re+ tNd
Gruesome Find at Pratt City. returned against her ....M ta. -.... .... The rolllnir place for fH ekeNn..1d.
Birmingham Ala. March 13.- by the coroner'a Jury which! has JT COLDS AND the rear of rte UubictraJklalo f+.Gdm. .
g I
Pratt City a unbnrb of DlrraSngham Investigate: f th of E. 11.West . 6RIPPESv."ti; and Masonic :tr::tThe .a
white mine -' eli** sea 1II'-r.t._. No t..l I rrutl..DaU a e. .Ior
Is greatly excited the a The girl el.- sundown of uM day
as rtMult of n says "ooct. rvt. is..d )Oc aov'u.. (LAotI..j at .1
All careful gruesome find near there The bod that Went and Oscar Tune another t Cuta>\. .1.r HUI.I herrby*. A. .Kobeute s < &

of an unknown man mrs dUcovernt miner. tr!ed to eater her mother's - -, -- K X. Miller clerk o( sold rleeuba.,..
women, use on the bank of cl. ,Xtt-iHa.! at a late hour a' I Wtlnmybar" uses( M. ..
pond the
near He RcbSel Cxerevs Wa",,".. I ... uQ thl.eth day os ..
night, and .'owl ruw+a.aty
wrapped" |In a bl.n.t.'roaolS th were shuTins the I W It.
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: March .
13 i
When C Atte J., JJ. UE.LU CltyUerfcWE
door +t;
when s'le I
HERBINE"Woman sect, *-.. a rope and the -rl.te.r..- open poked a sho',. :n Magistrate Whitman had ,
bound and the hanJ tied behind tit I trough: the opening, thus midc: amt story or several de-retires heard i I -----
flred. HHng; West Monday bo I I .
-- .. body. The nan's feet were alir whereuponhe h.ld"tJItm!: T,onanl.
who suffer from se- bound tightly together:; When Tere heauach.'e. and ill dtaea nnhun She says the employed by covered by a party of ercptoee a- mm were Ins .\ Hxpr-r
es tloe too tor )i mines hand rot .
oc was protruding er bar! Th.
nut 1111 their atotnn .. with calomel feared detre.t"1 arrliltneod lA'ol' ,
bodily harm.
slightly from the folds of Chi blanket! I ard I
and other + on a short '
ue > nfTIdatlt. but the aP-
The coronet was ealle.t! and would noallow I to.'d tie nEr
HERB1NB QIT.: tho body uoved from the ..ot G.B Burhans Testifies After j trade a complo J.d BOrEaLr
Dinousncasi,CoosUpatioa.Chips until a thorough examination had been' believed they I t I
and Fever Dyapepaia, Malaria U. B. Durhans, of . thy would have ev.denc
and aU Liver Coanpiaints.C. made.. ______________ N. Y., writes "About four 7.c.o..r.1| of to between charge the driver with the Iarcn. I I I II RE.'IDTPI .

C. D. Phllley. Marble How to Remain Young.: $20.W 0 and :.OOO worth sODCCL
PsLla,Tex.writes: I find Her- Tp I wrote you stating that I had benj of goods. The method of operation I'I
bane the ricer IIvpreorrPC'Uye I contlnne young in health and entirely enred of a severe k
eo..ertried. It ha done my fa- strengthdo as Mrs. X. F. Rowan. MeDonoogb. by taking I... than two bottles of meat and thQ deliver It to a eonfe I I II I
.cnlly and myself a world of Oa.. did. She
good.ends.. I recommend It to my says* : "Three'bottles Foley's KiJo y Core. It entirely stop. I erate. ..1.
of Electric flitter -
.** I etired me of pod the> brick dust sedlmrnt. and pain'' '

PRICI1 Snc:. chronic liver and stomach trouble, and symptoms of kidney dl.....disap Worked Like a Charm. CAN HELP Y*
complicated with loch an unhealthy,, I Mr. D. N. Walker I
peared. am glad to say that I have editor of thai
Snow condition of the blood. that skin never spicy Journal. The "
liniment Co. tu/neil h.d. return of any of those EnterprUe. LO..U,. au
red as flannel. I.m now practically symptoms daring the four : S'a, .as: "I ran a nail in '
MO. years that : my f\ot
2O years yponger than before I hare elapsed and I am evidently e'n.fli' last week end at once applied P ROD
took Electric. BIU.,.. I can now do to stay eared, and heartily recommend I.n', rDlea S.I.... No lalhmmaUoD k- 111 f
all my work with ease and *_ in followed the salve'
by my Fol., Kidney Care to anyone suffer-I Ilea .; .imply healed be
husband's store. Guaranteed at all from kidney or bladder woaod: H..I. -
every tor..
trouble linen
... a'id
\ di. .. O'JraDI..d
1. J. W. MeOollnm A Co. at aU drtJC
w ItCort. 2 e. THE SUN. 6elaesri .

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.., d &1111 Congress. the session of which Referring to a new industry in 9awanne ATLANTIC COAST LIN

has just ended' was elected at the .> county. The Live Oak Pens

nyllc ,(.4.t ale Poet oaeeM at 0&111.11:..T.a.. presidential election of 1904 and the oeratsaya* 'Good luck to Mr. Reid.

F ..eoa4- lMs stall mattfr.s Republican majority was the largest he enterprising Georgia farmer who

; ince the reconstruction rerind. The has come to Florida and Invested in a
and PubJ ber.SSEE.UtJR'iZ.
+ ]I. B. McCWCAKY"Editor-- --. - -- - Republican! national platform fa. farm in Suwannee county for the ere FAMOUS TRAINSNEW i

aw i ... ...............Ct,, MtlUr.F. I j .nppo.ed therefore to be its guide and press r-urpooe of breeding fine bogs to!'
>< '
the promises therein made to the vote add supplying hams for the Northern '\

JC PREVTITTPope CotposlrgRoom.. ers were a contract which shootd hare ma k.... Mr Reid has discoveredthat f'

OFFICK: J-ORTKK 14. >C1C. b-en faiihfnlly carried oat. The r'at-' a hcg of R3od:> stock fattened on I YORK AND FLORIDA SPECIAL, leaJacksonville

} ..W.I&UI street. TILiraona..}.aT.AlL'I'lIr" form deliverance on the tariff sid t our native acorns makes a ham of exceptional i d..ily except Sunday 12:50 p. m. tort
excellence superior even to
i, "To a Republican Congress and a ,
*, .p iblUh il every morning**' Republican! President this great qn*.. the far-famed Smithfield hams of Virginia points East; solid Pullman. \:'.

," ...Tn-J.)f mar ckll'fCrcd S-r1C11 &1:by. U carrier itcU fetatc in the. pottiftv city or tlon can be safely intrna,ei." Th'" and the wealthy classes In the l a

....,fa"a ye.rt tabs ..* moat!.*: <,.*$thtteN4sth !, voter* 'o" lt the warty promise as m"' *n- arge cities will pay fancy price for
..M" .)o crata f-*. are w ft k -.Uictjr ing ,rag certain" tariff rTi.ion. for at that such toothsome m..I.e- hope toive CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED, daily so.

y -C,. time. President Roosevelt was thonghr to see the day when the Florida vestibule. : : leaving Jacksonville 9:30 a. m. for all point.

.atjlnf l..calteluma trcvataline "I in n. nn ardent tariff r..I"rm.r. ant razorback! i* an extinct spe:i.... dead "\, e'jt! ; coach on this train also.

y ..Ant rlica.. .aaccot: for each additkmaljtAtc i lit spite of tr<.> ""n.I r'inK from I..wa.j ana disappeared a* completely a* the

...rtioD. j 'fa.saehna tt*. "".oit. Wi eonsin. dodn. and our native hog has exceed tothe I

!' **or.di.pU y advertising made known on I ;;;ou.h Pak'ttM and nth.. State., neither t.. butt of the coarse, humor irony For rated. Pullman reservations and all detail

v t -rPIkat. the Pre'l 'ent no the Rpnh'ic majority ati l satire, even of the! tramps who information write or call on

** TkTwkv.. "vetk.uu Ivan eight-page, fort!. ; in Congress undertook! to even come among: as from other clim-s.

' *f. UtU Catena rarer. published every Monday and {I consider" the "great qnestlon" with There's big: money in hoes, good hogs. '

nuri1-y. and coctarna all the new of theweft | which they had been In.trolt-d. but not cent m the razorba.k. T:1alra.lleulolJe FRANK C. -BOY LSTO
'ut. local ftat and xe+ttral. and will be
,. I The Republican filure to revise the and repulsive travesty on a
mibd poetace ft**, to any r'"t of the t'nittdpates I
ra it 1 or C n"***.for $ .-a year-in advance.j ror'ff resulted in the cutting" down of respectable hog of good birth and

the Republican majority one.half and breeding who knows what a tq.a.,. Distinct. Passenger Agent. Atlantic Coast Line, Jacksonville, ,;

advertising bill become flue after Entgypeafasceof meal is .. at lead one everyday
f .t! defeat of some of the most prominent DOae.
..bcra.-mCDI. uateva utbcrwt.etttpsMtad
la contract. Parties not known to uswOl standpvt m-mbera Itt the elec- will b- a reproach to our civitiza-

toelsts Ur nqalr.d to pay for advertising ia adAddreM. Inn of lore It I. one of the open poliMeal ion as long as we tolerate him. and

? tI wq. Tilt: DAILY feUN.: secret that a compact was made "we welcome" such men a* Mr. Reid LIVE m PFRRT! a m RAILROAD[

I bra G4'YIL. 1ILA. between the President and the who will help put him out of commit- .

Its Speaker as the representative of the siou."

& Mark Twain. idea of white evening : ..andpat leaders, that the President Schedule Effective April 20. 18OO.Xo. .

t1s clothe will also! save "when bedtime _a a ro fall to carry o'it the platformi )fr. Cortelyou is now Secretary rf

YaM com .. i promise on the tariff which was Ins the Treasury and his policy with therenzied i No..5 No. 9O CO.7 Xo.XMlv .5 )1e. tx
will D.l;y Sun otlr UF ex STATIONS sa SaaOsUT SaaOssy
| trusted to him, In return for aid in i financier soon appear. bun ass
Senator naU y make a noise a treat II is a pity he could not see hi. way -- _
oth-r that had
carrying oat policies I Ino'
del like a man who has had a narrow clear before assuming this office, to Leave Leave Leave r Arrive Arrive Arrive
ben mentioned. 13P 2. ...._. .. ,jw.4O OJt.....,... 4 30I.V ft sLv "OIl
escape. ____ 'J i Is anv t.rr>ml.e m"de In a R pnh'i! > have made restitution of the tainted Arnie Aries .Ar a 1 ... . 3 ..t ft wAr tests
Life Insurance contributions to the L. s .a (I.v s I' d .wllas "' j Ar s u I s MS Are ML.V
ear platform lnr1lng upon the R-pnb .: 4 al Ma jo Juactloa...... 44 tat ...
lNieta" Harry Thaw might hare a few ali.nits. : lican 1 leader! Senator Hanna des Roosevelt campaign fund. Even oar Ape., 'A 1'110 lAr..I.... .......S's Lv s so
ArlO 90 Ar a *> .. .HamMonK1ags . h. ;Oa Ltl SD X-
make a critical examit ation of I immaculate President doe not seem! _. :" _
clawed) in the Senate on the 1.01L""r -;
u Jerome. ____._ __ tn re able to divorce pets party from t tx>wlfivir Park fr all tr;la*;o and trove U.. Oak sad
uIt -- ---- !| admitting new State that it wa not. Alton and Mar" JuneUoa for )" .yo.. Alton and ail Ia.erm4>atate roUita.Knr .
:'if ir Wilt deemed impolitic to redeem Wall Street corrjption.The InforBiaUoa a* lu eocneettob wlta other St....' -bo..or eatS ea Get>er.l]
They do say Paris eats 40.000 horses - ----- Agenttborle 147. Uewtn Uulkllntf.Live Oak. --
I j the promise, and the attitude of Pre.l- 1LI03IAS! 1JOWLl\U. Ire.Meat. R. P. HOPKIXS.General Paaae.. i ,. No wonder there are to Lira
Ix dent Roosevelt and the. Republican late Republican Congress in it* OAK. trwalw.l t

eTlelIIwI Borseles carriages there. I leader on the tariff which In their partisan meanness refused to approprtt .

l platform they declared was. 'thl. .> the necessary money to pay forlemocratie
Ambassador Bryce remark. "I was 1 Oklahoma to hold the .I"e. :
great question, abow plainly 1 this
Is., touched when I landed in New York." i the voters cannot expect future proms tl 1 'n to ratify the new constitution and I

+ Bat he doe...', tell us for how much. s elect tfti.'ers. Welt the people of FaySholesTypewrii/
\ I... tn tt4't' redeeme.1.; for past ones have

+Is.q[,., r not been. The fact Is the Republican Oklahoma can stand it. but it will not
What the Czar deeds for the new add to the Republican vote therrab ,'
idol party leaders hare been and are op-
dooma is not the threat of bayonets, poMunUts, r.'d'.1 any time and all 'it"
bat the election of Canuou.
.fitotkr a Speaker tlm. to cat aside promise, or change' -
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front on any public question, if Iii.
.81 Things being a bit drill along art considered politically to their advantaee REVIVO + ......

line (fa the Thaw case, it is sugg'sted > tn do sr>. Such is Republicanismi RESTORES VITALITY ACKMJVTLEDiiED.

Its UlIM the opposing lawyer sketch one an. i with its standpat attachments and Iafua TilE BEST

t other. ---__-- ( monopoly record" and extravagance.I "II... a XACII1XE O.X THE .
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the voters again trust it. is the Wall Man
The woiindmK of three general of Has Tal
ass iI
diy Central America merely proves that I question _- YI --- THEt of ..." UNIVERSAL ItrTOOURD Mac'

accident will happen in the best regulated I Connecticut's million dollar peach CiIL1IdTX Every
.s, r ww C>> CDT
battles.---- crop will be a total failure this year.aecoHinif l'ro line __nl..a 3O..r.. It artsmwvrfully
to an announcement by J. ..' .Dd q.i klJ'. Cur...ben lberaralU Lightest Shift Lightest Running! The
When doctor asks if he t ...Ull.m.arika rrrala. their lost fnanaoaU and
.set roar yon can II. Hale the largest grower In the .
old men may0. rr their youthful vigor by
Champion Speed Writer of the World
- see you apart he may not be wanting i ito State, who also own orchards in using 5E'I"'4K. Itqnlrklr<< ana quietly. >
movra" Nerro.'B >*a. tease Vltallt,. Krsoat
operate, bat merely to tell ,on'' Georgia. and D..laware. Hundreds of Weakne such mm Lost Power.Fallen M.mory.I Use the FaT.Sholec.. More Faj'Shole In
aT about that bilk \Van la(( Diseases.and .Ocvtaof elf.abuo c.f I. <
I II bads have been examined by Sir. Hale elopes ana Indlacrrtloti. wbich unfits use totstudy I use Hainesville than may other machine.
from his Connecticut orchard and .t..i.1 l__or manta[.. 1 1 sat>> only rorr
;T I l>y darting a&the nr-.t of ui*iaM>.bat|.a great
Miss Barbara Barr laughed .eight every one is dead. The mild winter of nerve bale and blood fcwliaer* brtn lb.
trick the pink C! 'So -H r*. For Sale by. . .
hoars at one joke the other nigh) and : Int November" I. said to have swellel tormv the ore .r y.utH. It want *>ff anproaentagdl.eraw. T.
wdWl nearly died. Barbarous humor of that i ikicd I the bode and the extreme cold that on having I.H"'I t."
r soother. It ran be carried In vest t wk< (. liy THE SON Gainesville
, should be barred. I Ii I followed killed every vestige of tLl.OO per rkair*.or six for.*.O ;. \\'.
.s. tiM .lv., free lTtrw" sad mussel to all who wt It. ,
e i i growth. For several weeks the veteran with v..ranl*.. Circular free. Address

a If all the chief engineers who have ]i Connecticut grower has been experimenting OVAL MEDICINE: co. Marias CkiCSS, It

..w.caw .rvrd on the Isthmus ahovelled Indus- ,,I ; with slips from his trees For sale in Gainesville, Florid,* bvW

.rloo.I, while they "were there the ]: trying to start the buds by keeping )I. Jnhrson. DraJral.t.

a. work most bo pretty well advanced.Joserh them in water In the hothoose. Not a s

I. bud ha developed, showing, that the
ill tdr
Tamer the first manufacturer crop Is a total lo...

. ells of razors In the United tat"I.1 I -- LA GRiPPE SEABOAR

has ptMrd away. Ten million n'Rro..1 Knoxville. Tvnn., a> city of over

kr ought to contribute to his monument.It forty thousand population has Toted ,
v.rW I against the sale of intoxicating. liquor Pneumonia follow t-m Sri.a>s> \
lIMIt stsxror follow tr s> sio* .4FOLEY'S
within the limits The Air Line
Is popularly. supposed that Mr. corporate Railway N
.I Bryan's silence about governmentownership temperance people won the electionby Honey
is due to the fact that the I two thousand majority and great

railroad. are speaking for themselves.A i rejoicing was Indulged In when the jai Tar SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN
five thousand
iI result was announced
I0 man in Canada died the ntherday I women parading the streets and singing lit crepe IS tDssgh ... ae.J. eke ra..Bi ,

*t the age of 111 without ever having I hallelujah song Thus does thevictorious ?pat.ssla and Ceatavaptleav. WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHIIa;,j
work of routing the whiskey .
bought an umbrella. Bat think of the 11&.. ....-. ec 1ft 0..... .. Cbl.w ADELPHIA, NEW YORK. r
ease cities .
the larger
number he might hare borrowed during demon go on in ......, 'Ms .... ... I........sad N left bee.
his lifetime! well .. the small townships. ..... a err bed M beer ....s wYrMa .l
..-.s ta.sias...TAw weed_.-...... .

A Western financier is sore that The court has decided that Perkins Fur Sale by J. W. VCwllam A Ce.S Three Elegant" Trains Daily; ;
didn't steal that I5O.OOO the Equitable
"the people and the railroads are com

+ ing together." Bat the people would contributed to the Republican party, MEttAKOWOMCK, SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMIT!
but beside Mr. Harriman Mr. Perkins
like it better if fewer of the railroad #fc tl Kti&aK V UJfy as tee
looks like small potatoes anyhow I.1. I t bC u4w s .It t. .. .'
tratcs were coming together. t o.rI I u.t e. r %. a SEABOARD EXPRESS
ui I .rwn.w. .f Neera. y.ap..--
F..M r..W r.. pit / > aft Mt' ..
How's This? y'tthnsiLytw+Car :.. ,r.a aa 1
.+ Hittnriana are reminding as now ctr4fl.a field t.v fa.e.gis1. SEABOARD M Ai L. r rw
We offer One Hundred Dollar Re.
not only that George Washington wasa
r ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot .I. t r: wl.J
owner and a rich aristocrat bat
be cured by 11.11'. Catarrh Cure.F. rt.+ tw't I esstocua
tbat 2.CCO barrels of whiskey were dies
fTfIL tilled J. CHKNKT A. Co.. Toledo O. Modern Pullman on his farm every year.A Equipment4THE ,
i We. the .undersigned have known

: F. J. Cheney for the la.t 15 years, and SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED the only daily coltd i
woman who Is expected to praise believe him perfectly honorable In all PAtENTS I man steetrio-lighted train between tit. Aogoatiae. Jaekaoov/l"

her neighbor's. most feel like the business transaction and financially New York via Kiebmond and Washinajtoa. Leave tI,. AuxosUi .
I and Jacksonville 12:4O Including Sunday -
a. m. p. m. dally
man the
who I. called ask
upon able to carry out any obligation made ocrcwoco.twee...! I
blessing al the table right after cutting by his firm. .o ONLY LINE operating daily through Sleeper from Ji

iI1ri a in his thumb with the to New Orleans. ,
gash can
opener. Dro .II" .Toledo. O. .... t wire K i.AS.w..e set.. Ii.r ..,
..../ al.Jua Its J.rw4
Mall* Catarrb Core U taken Inter rt.>i sal Mftt.a..t Prattles bclsslvs**. For full Information and Sleeper reservation. eatl
**I don't claim to be versed in the nally. acting directly, upon the blood .. Seaboard or write . "
wisdom of polities" remarked Oov. and mucous surfaces of the system.Testimonials .L steak.w.w. see. P, o. e. MMw.esetwo.os. .. .

@f Hughes recently. II* will find plenty sent free. Price 75. E. C. CODE, Agent, Gal
bottle. Sold all
cent per by druggists.
of men in New York who think they GASNOW e. C. BOYLSTOK J... Assiatan]

can teach him a thing or two before Take Hall's Family Pill for const. JackaoiTIlE

tU term U ended. Cation.

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Raking the A..... Pr.m the Furnace .fatt An Ordinance to Provide for. Regulate DR. KOBT. C. BOWERS r

" Ocean Liner.My I and Require the Widening of

&A -watcbea.'* four hours long beAn ll.*sant Street In the City of Ga k a. DENTIST. SI'a

at 8 In the morning and at 4 10 .. .*. as to Make aid StrePPtt a -

... afternoon. The rest of the time Forty-Foot Street Fiom a Point Office In Miller Law Exchange. ,
Where Liberty Street Crn.... said
was mine excepting when It wa my Street. Thence North to Boundary Office Phone No. 2551 n..idene.1o.l&a .J5 'I ) :
tarn to carry water and help clean up Street, for the Cost of Soch Widen

the mesa room. lag and the Issuance of fpoeial Assessment .
The fleet descent Into the Ire room City Certificates.
of liner I. nnforsettabte. DR. J. H. ALDERMAN.DESTT9 .
an ocean
Re It Ordained by the 2/ayor and City tie
of ladder into -
Going down that aerie
Oowiftl */ Ae City: of (iainctvVtt
the beat ..
the bowel of tbe old Elbe. r. == -

seemed to Jump 10 df'*r'** a ladder.At Flnridttt .FOUE-t.: S..A..ILJt-7 GS E.A.Ca e.
r last the final ladder wa reached, Section 1-That the City Attorney t'KTWKtNJoelcsonville : :

and we were at the bottom-the bottomof be aid hel hereby authorv and dl- Over Datton*Co Oaak. a.:aeevtt. '

everything was the thought In more ree'rd to lntitut or cause to IK h.- : and N'c'V Yorli >

minds than one that afternoon. The stunted he neer*.ary and p'oper Calling at CHARLESTON. 8. C b3t wFinest .. ,
bead fireman of oar watch Immediatecalled .legtl steps of proceeding t I by e.nnd..mnaUon. ah provid l by Uw, The! in ,
ly my attention to a poker easily Steam frs the Coastwise 1t
.nl Sen1e
a strip of land In q propurtiuos.
an loch and a half thick and twenty along the east and .....t sides of Plessn . .DENTIST. . .
'4 to thirty feet long. -Tours be acrea ro. * street from Its Intervention with Olyde .New England and SouthernFrrl

", ed. MToorar And. be threw open our Liberty street, tfcen** north to Boundary

t of the ab door of a furnace, pantomiming street, of sufficient quantity to Office over klareas Eo ', wbat I was to do with the make said Pleasant. street a forty-foot PRU\"IUt: CE and All Kastera: Point. a.A4

poker. I llred for It madly jUMt barely street In width from Liberty street to A. CARLISLE. Calling at C htrl! .*.tnn both
"' tatted It from tbe floor and cot It atiirt Boundary street. r. SE .:iEEKL: :: y 8..6. Ii.IIti':
s.*. 2-That the cost of acquiring ATTORNEY AT LAW GR
z ed into the !Moll and then dropped . + '.,hboDnd.\. . . . . . . .. . .'rum1Aw".WLarf
said section
a provided
property by a
none too neatly on top<< of It. "Hurryop.
you tNwrl&rtbe fireman yelle-1. one of this ordinance shall be pld by And Solicitor in Equity ; 7roxn Foot of CatherineSteamers .,..Jaet_
the special assessment of s,id cost
?, and I struggled again wltb the terrible Rea- Estate and General .
e against the property fronting or abutting Conveyancing
finally managing to rake out the Clyde St. Johns River hire
poker upon said street where the same iso : Pra.eiee.11 business prompts ,
aabe*. -Joslan Flynt In Sucre 11a :4' acquired, in proportion to the frontage attended to. Office next door to Sue t.irwrS o JACKUONVILLK nod :3ANPO"DtOI"II.
'; doe.k of the fronting office. (OAIMBSYILI.B Fix>aiiJfERDlNAND >
property thereon i '. B r-sfnrd I) Land
; at iatn, ..istor ( ), and Iutermdtau
sail special assessment being madeper "
nu St.; Johns River
Don't Complain front foot of the property abutting BAYER Iu

If Jour chest pains you and Jon are thereon. The estimated total cost of "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"( and "FRED'K DEM
the widening. of said street as herein ATTORNEY AT LAW _
unable to sleep because of a cough provided Is Three Thousand dollars Ate ahl'.n.ted to tail .* followi Leave Jbrk.<'nvtJle. ut:|! tiM" I

tA% Buy' a bottle of BaHard's horehound and the estimated amount per front OAINKSVIU.B. Ftowin r'urd"y., at ..:30 |'. rn. Kriurmnff. INW r>aufotd, dal1. ... . 10+

,' Syrup and Jon won't have any eoogh. font of the ..lt4'elal.m.n& to be __ __ eels Jundajat P:O.. m. ".\
:::: -==.-=- '- : --=:
levied the .pop."J Can sell (improved _
abutting 3ity property. -
upon you. 1
:.r Get a tottle now and that cough: will sag
: fronting on said street where the same and unimproved), phosphate, silbo o.'H i:1.L Li: 1I
last A
not long. cure for all pulmonary shall widenej One dollar. and lands. Bead him
diseases. Mrs.J- Galveston. be trucking farming Leave 3ao .ru.. .. . . . .. .. . .. .Jac.ut.ctlle.' . . . .. .Alm
sale 2142&
1 .' See. 3-The special assessmentsshall a list of what you offer for e:41'nl ... . . . ... . . . ..P.'atJ.i. . . . . .. . ,.Lean
r; Texas write. .i !e.n's.ay.noogh' for become due and payable .. fasts 3UII .en.. ... ... . . .. . . .\.tur . . . . . ... . ,
t. Ballard' Horehound Syrup. The relief the property herein described. for W.E.. BAKER. .. .... ........Ber.fonl 'It..I..nd) .., . . . ... 1
> It has given me ,I* all that I. neeaaaary I the wtJbgtflng of sad street shall be acquIre6Taiid Arriveeittam. ..... .. ... . .. .. Nan ford. . . . . . .. ..... )3Asa

.,, for m. to "7." Sold by W. 51. !practicable the City after Council the shall a. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, lrlrtlrta- : ,. .-. ....... .._. ::; Eiterpri.e. ..: :. _. :.._. .: .<-
soon as acqnisi-:
;[ Johnson. lion of said property meet and by resolution P, ... --j.-I: ..\ 1JTilKt; :'l uktllLa;!".: W..lss1 .J. Ul'kN Xt.
______________ . SOLICITOR IN CIIA CERY . -
t.- Th T.h.i fls the special assessment per = ;d"1. IRONMOXOSK. Jk-:A. lie .= "h..k.m'.iJlp. F,,,. '
front foot the fronting '
;i; The accuumlatlou of tartar on the or abutting upon upon said property..n.h....... thesame GAINESVILLE. Alachoa Co., FLJ Jour J':01 : I' A AC. HAUKRTT. O. E. P. j. 't.,r

t teeth make them un ltaty and la often Is so acquired s rid special...... Office in Endel Block. JaeC.n"I": FI.. Pier S8NTAYIOK. Il.f.w Ysrtt,

r; the cauae of a bad breath. If the ment not to exceed the actual cost O. 11 I*. T. M f!. C. Know, U. p .\.. .

,teeth are properly bruahed each day paid by the city for acquiring ssid ELLIS 2f0 Broadway." New York. PJ

a tartar will not have the chance to accumulate property or the estimated .J'f' T.B.. K.. + L. U 3i.t:.. T. F \.. L. S. M-ROBLK. C. A., r.Js. .
: ' but If It baa already been ....m..D'. per front foot for such acquisition ..".,...ill.. FUt Lr tnrir. Kin.CLYI . .

.allowed to do ao It can be removed by .. stated herein. ATTO. YATLA W. W. o. 04ircn. JR.. F. A.. >K 'h.. !. r}. F.: %.. .t.:'r
'. a rep simple treatment.' Moisten the See. 4-The City Council shall meet Jack.onvill-. l"ier 36 N. R.. New Tort. iTi

toothbrush In warm water and dtp It on the 8th day of April. 18O7. at 7:3O C. 1-. l.o"lft' Ag.n*. Jack nriP. Via. .1'
o'clock m. of said In the Council .J
p. .
toto magneala. Rub on the teeth and said
chamber and at meeting shall GAIXKSTILLB. FLORIDA
after three application the tartar willfcave
permit any owner of or other person
entirely disappeared. interested In the property against Florida East Coast Rail
;;" which the special assessment providedfor
tt. GOOD

.F' .Clear the Complexion.Orloo present by this their ordinance objections shall tn be the leviedto enforcement BREAD Ltcal rise Cur No 19. Li Effect Jiaaarjy; ..m.MOItTIt >: C r

) Laxative Fruit" Syrup stimulates of requirements of this' ors DIGESTION aOUntaXHWD-READ DOWN.
the liver and thoroughly cleanvea dinance.S AIDS

...... system and clears th. complexion 'o. 5 That this ordinance shall DHi7 Dat17 D Siy DW7 .TATIO:5 >, Dwiltfv.

>'.*)f pimple and blotches. It Is the best take effect immediately upon Its passage Ami kep ODS r*.U..e4 of -u.., tired DaHll
whteh bread to
11184" beavr.
and approval.Pa ol .....- ac .on. Ar s..t
laxative for women and children as It bond to or..'.. *m a 7a .. _eonth Jaawnvwo.-.Le 7 Z '
=,'ed in open session of the Cir lore a sw. 10 40 t 1Ora "".....-sc. Augustine... ?e+1 1MI
to mild and and does
' pleasant not Council. on this 7lh day nf 1.reh.907? iT's YOUR OWN FAULT re. a t 11 1. .,..-.. I1aUnt ....... .. 6 pay.-. a
i 5O.r
{ (Hpe.or sicken. Orloo I. much so* O. K. BKOOMS.At 1. > L. ya.t Yal Lv a 3m e 1 _
'C perior to pills, aperient waters and all e tt President. City Council.J. 7 nrri OOX loTs.i Ai Lv Ti 1 '
( Strew 45.5m it 1 itsw Le .... Palette !
.Ar 7 a f a
i.t.: ordinary cathartic .. It doe. cot )(. DELI. City Clerk. If row do not keep rood. a bolero.>e Itrcmd .. Ssrw.. IAr .o}f.ieo
It le made f b ei.
[on your table for re every ti t
.; Irritate the stomach and bowels.. J. Approver bv m- this g'h day of KIM d I at your dour to?. i mm 7Ir M 7 Lta Le .........san $ateo_.' .1'vi . f
MeCollom" Co. 3fareh.1907. W. It. THOMAS. Ma*or. l2 ,....,. Ur.iiuonell..,_ L: 4 V'..
1 'r- Attest! .1(. D.LL. City Clerk. KEYSTONE BAKERY -..... 7 4i 177 u.. lnuw "...-. Dnpont....... .. 11 ,. /
..... l.Otmon.l tintela.. ... 1
'r His Clever Son.R - - -- - 1 hae in*. it. T. M-IUFEIL. Pr 'o.ALACHUA 11 Ic1r., t i4 srtr 11 n0.., "._ __._ _UrmmMi_.... __.. i Is4 tee 1
Il slut 1 os.a 1l a. .j- ..... ,,.,.,, robe 1 ,
$ The Dad-My sou. I want to tell yon -- .. i2.70.t pa 1 Itaw,_... ...-... .. 3 Sp._. .. Ifs...
feat the secret of my .ucfee. aa It H fHM' M fA 1 p* tl a5v. %r .....\ew myrna..... .1sT 7 Se's 1 isa,
COUNTY l 4 7+e5 ..... IAke Itet.n.Lei Pt 1'ar. 1
_.t be of man' la bard work. wr.
any 50 .w 11.-e ,......,., /, ......... 1: av. I 1
'oS1be Son-BhI IMd. I'don't care to 10 atw r iirante (Sty J u ..t_..... 1J Pees . 1
bear other people' secrets and I am Alaebna county la fICAS.4<.O acres In 13 + 11 se 1'2ar.

loo much of a gentleman ,to take adsantat. DV TISING area, has 248 miles railroad. (.u) 1 a0. l0 1. !! Iwa..17..rYe.,,, ,$Ar..,,,.,,, ?Tltu.v/IL teat li 111....,....,._..... Lt 1.eU.i C's.... Z 1 I e 1

of Information gained that mile wagon road. M postbffice, io :. 1u a a 2acw Ar_..... .ronG.r4 .. ...?.. ..'1.v 1Tana,. Taia
'IrQ. Say no more.-Cleveland Leader. 123 public hool.. 27 phosphate .p5w11aI ......... .. .tri af.a 1.rto
';:v plants, 20 saw mills t7 ,OCO court I 1 lnac to ak.t prey 1b.i. Li__:__Tutu.Ill T ....... tr Loy 3
I house four newspapers and produce _.ate.; 11 ova pls t .... ....". ............. .. 13 I w
.Cczsma. Tttr, Salt -Rheum. Itch corn cotton rice, sugar I 12 11 r Oti p 1piy"r Isw t "' ..,....,.ReKkt tr._........ I t. 2 ua4
Ring Woim Herpes.. Barbers oats rye potatoes, pineapples, ors ........-.... 1I11W 11t..r -.M.IM.rn.Eanrialle .... ..- 1 i2: I7'w.27n1.. U
.2 *. - 12 1 a'ee_ ...,+ ll
anges. peaches, pears, plum. ,* eb.atlan. 11 t;
'i Itch. I t IS a L .1 "....... .$t. Lucie ... .. lip.w
and all kinds of
vegetablesGainesville .
: Allot the d........ are attended by 1One cans 1 m. 7 s "....- ...fart,,,,,.. 1o b u wlet
-- 7 Iw .,. .., ... Tthhalls-........, to q
.Intents Itching which is almost In- i the 7 {. ., "- "'.. Elm n_........ 50 19 p
Seat. a pihl
." ghastly. relieved by applying Chamber. County i ....."- 7 s s i.,1.- .sit..a t .... ...,,,. .. 10 '
Iain's Salve and by Its continued use a I -. a 34sa 7 Ox' .__ _. tinbe w.nn.l IO I
s'4 Has fourteen churches, two public - u '.% .t Jul.lter..._ .'lAr a
....rlDao.o' care may be effected. It schools, th*. University of Florida lb 0.e Ar Palm a aw+r 10 la 1 1r
,bas 'in fact eared many cases that had private scrfeots. three newspap'''' lS.r : &: 1.w Le--- 1'.Int e.eA. !'asst 10. a

listed I all other treatment. Price 23 United States land office, the bees i 57 t ...-.t. ......,.,Lv

..oat* per box. For sale by all druggist water, fire alarm system, electric I. M 10 Oise.-10rw ? "--.l..-,, ,lort ... .._.. 75.S.I I

and gas lights, two ice lectori-, &"'_' ...... .L.nlo ...a. r
.. machine shops, three wool factories -. ..... .71D r ...... "
1- eotton tit,two fi etories IVy..... Ilew
;.. Where Life Is Dull. 1 IOa. 7 l0 10 7 tr ......- ..,M5, ... ... _Le w a
'!' -*oe terror of a great city are three railroad., two fertilit mao -- 10 a on ____.j V ? ..,......I tr,..... p
ufactoriog companies, one titer O .i.
?. something dreadfuL" manufactory, one rectifying tar
: 1 "Maybe .o. but they don't begin to rentine plant, two banks, and ...1. Condensed Schedules Between Jacksonville and St. And

compare with the horrors of a small stocked store embracing eve>.

namlet."Washington Herald. 4 thing In the POmm..reiallin. -N.-,*.. 43N ii Aat\o.Si|! .. S *'

a' Wanted t. Keep Them.Tow :Jhtng[ i at a Time : -- --- jAjj. f '' Mty" r5.e 'feAteJ I n." Dally a Taafto R -

x seem to like bis attentions. -1 cant afford to advertise oa The FloridaFruit At St. An.o..l>n. 1n e.._t JM'f 01ur lave 1L U.r 1' 'v T..'.t.f A Ti Hl'' a. TsiQSlNe.

Why don't you marry him r >.. tt* N.. ?,Koj J. SJA> J i
a large acale. said a merchant and Truck GrowerL.J. N 44
Ilecnuae Illite h!. .U.ntloo.-- I

Town ami Country .....1aDd with my varied clock 11HUM1IV, Edlter and lroprt j-iljittea1 I Ji, (te I .A, Jsa D&i1

I wouldn't know where to beginon ague .e.. piyn 7 *" -7 1.ur .r t0 1o.u It tr w 11 1 y
..\ A tworllle... y ., yew e .., 71x1 7XoT 8A
A Favorite Remedy for Babies. a email acale. \ FLl y 11 lo.rl 11 Ire.if a

Its pleasant taste and prompt cures J I It t. a Nww.. tmtlm+7 that J t One Tear . ..... _... . . .tfl.tMi !A-Trains I_Ds' eactu.iv.y of Pus a or rartt>tcxn sad saes i

have mad. Chamberlain'. Cough tie ........... neat .ever Single repien. .. . 1(1 MUTE sat sop coach.a on walek lhe inter on wbleb no extra Mat llf.Y ,
Remedy. a favorite with the, mothers < tie ._.!. .'..kIn I Dtlly, time to sou sJsewa.

of small children. It quickly cures A handsomely illustrated. magazinedevoted
l & point of fact It never doea, especially- to the interests of Duty i Dd1y oa1.y ii RH
their cough* and cold and preventsany even wttb the most lavish advertiser the fruit and vegetable grower of xa au O.I; Ualyf IUirOAT nA1gciii IDMca.
: danger pneumonia or other serious lorida. TJ
*, and If U did the result trial 1 io Ic.. t.._Jatkts.eAls ..,, .A, 7 n leA
A special D
consequences. It not only cures subscription of th 10c 11.r L.-a,, ..
.. would be a Jadt.1* of prolixity. months will be sent on receipt of ISeenta. arse a W. 7 e>r.1 10 14w e .hblo Jakaarllle.Y..e17.Ar At w O.writ.
but when given. soon as the D +
eroap u
The true policy 5 to select one Htampa takenBROWN 7 eve t
op, cough appear will prevent the article: at a time--eomethlng to.rlAr..w Na L, LInt"t!
ek. For sal. by all druggists.To :
moderately priced and meeting OCdlEXTH. STEAMSHIP CONNECTlWS AIJOeaa 1&"
Augusta Ga. the want of the day-end posh HOUSE

that at the people.-Philadelphia CsssscUs. Made at Shift with ttssa..klps. .. the P>. a 0.L.. .
tollman buffet sleeping ear Record. Havana Key West Bohai Bal
.. Fla.. at 8:06 p. m., Trains "
t Line and arriveslug Pa eogera at Ship's 51... LPN TarMTkw
Tee are Invite te try thktplan
at 7:4Oa. m. *o ear eolamna.your Chaage EARNEST 1'APT Frep. Tt.o lye pos. -
ad. wlta ...... Raw uo..r.1.t&UoIU.M' at..Ie"hale..a be..--.ent"...
see the evfctujrere T-.aa work of a3 k1..s. eteeeI.dpremptty xoeYtWG. tsar arrha& &nare atty. u_ ..I ..
watch ear sellers sad. is as uPto-d.t. seater.l.alat p.xyto0eh..dtwpowlWeforaa y d Urs u alAI....-a"*".' Sot.

a ,,, ", bat. Cnlc1&Mo'ln .. .11I For Copy off the LOCAL TIME i -.
CARD or Otb ---
ties pebtt.p.trosat. wCefted. "SEETHE "

I ,. 0. RAltIE*. A.... 0. TICKET AGENT.
yA 1 Pu. /heat. n A

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.1 r. ?RAW Cv I.on ui 42. "Word of Praise I If ',.....

-- Postal t For the several; njrrxlU'nt of wl.T.-h T>,.. \
I I. put. Up to the l.&ool't"e' n.wlciu.'s ure CHIT.;0"...' 1'i' ,I Oaten:tend.4JztGn. by leaders in all thft of I' !
March n.-'nfO: potJ lDedl 'ln... ".l.oull hal'" far t'lIo1' weight i 4kCOMMERCIAL
a .* not iateud torailway than any amount of n..n.pror..I.x.ol te.rtimontale.
', .. eolot 1 a. In t:... matt..r of l>r. Pierce's Favorite l-r--rt.! ,. t
; s mall clerk Ion has Tnt nADuE or IIOXKUTT on every : t
tl ;; 4 aeio< btrttl wrapp r. In a full list of all Its ingrMUuls -
tOCfth'r: > n t !P came rur.s. j.rinU-d in plain niI.h.! I
: tb i:'1 lnrlmatti has been : If you are an Invalid woman and suffer! :
.e;'i--: eaient of the: ralliat I from freq;<*nt be: UAche.backache. .en wI,I
1'y l t : white clerks In lug dUtrrf?* In stomach periodical pains,
to re- dlsacro/Iule. catarrhal pelvic drain.
l.. .e;;t .
elfret drae! down istress: In lower aMomeh
i lIt-at to a
depa or pelvjf, perhaps dark spots or specks I
I f .o sa to put the netted Nd 0:1 danet! q before the eyes, faint spells and
: ,It t wI:: a..t blnd t 4foa 1. klndsosym toin cau>ed by female weak" .t.
l to :e ..t.I.... it w,. satLu Del" the derangamentoftbefeminineorgans
t'tJt' no .JIllserlnilna- t can not do better than take
wr : I be male. Dr. Pier a Favorite Prescription. PRINTING
or The b to ltal.surgeon's knife and operating *
orjoctloa: wTik-h It !*
f '
Btrtlca'ar tat maT be avoided by the timely
c- walte cerl! who have to UM of 'avorlte Prescription such
k with! nclntcs: on tons runs. cases. "Therehv the eDn.. ....1. ev1"' .
i .
, are obliged to cat and II ." -Jj-iJ f7
they tSe r..taU. '...1'n' ("n ... avr.,1..I am rer..iu .r
atLJ 1e. u. .mf" car 'I'C"_ u II'. '.tee'nt4: ,... ..'TtPrrcripuon
department permtttlns a clerk'fin. r -
1 arur te I.'
. when his work Is up. .. .
i cuiui>u d ol th very best
At certain terminals! tht"r@JII'O"Sded native medicinal rout known to medical t y'.w
!y dormitories in public science for the cure of: woman's (>eculurailments .. ,.
,. .
4 contain no alcohol and no
where the clerks may .taysee barmtulor habit-formingdrugs./ '
\ fit to do sn. but these Do not ("spectoo much from "FavoritePrescription .
"It will not perform miracles sre
clerk. as we'.l ,
to tbt negro
b."t i ; It will not iolve or cure tumors.
:: waltes. and the departmur No medicine will. It will do as much to
j ,got tee wherein It ha any provi establish vigorous health In most weaknesses *
and ailments peculiarly Incident to a.t
i the matter. women as any medicine' can. It mutt be
given a fair ens nee by perseverance la Ita

r .wed Her Son's Life. use yn'J' for,"a.n.reasonable' : ...length. "'.. ''' 'of, time.....,.9'.., 9\ e
ilapp e.i mother la the little tnitnr aa .3r.-.1. .. f/yV V,M.. -..-"Mil' rttw. When wants
. a man: Printingdone
z. .nll.jtc'b
A... )h.. t*. Ruppve.illMS .
: ic* wumeitr" invited to consult Dr.
. MOa year ago my eon Pierce by I"ttl-rfrn' All conrood.I
with such aerioo lung once Is guarded s- sacredly secret and I
'a.Ie /s .
womanly confidences are protected by hewants it done RIGHT.That's
j taat oar physician ... unable professional' prlvr.. Address Dr. II. \ .
aiai j when, by our dropgUt' fierce lluffalo.. X. V.

.... Ib.gaagieing< him Dr. King'scry laxative: Dr. I'lerce'and. regulator Pleasant Pellets of the the U>weU.They best. the kind We do. ? "
-- and I soon noticed Im invigorate stomach liver and .
rsIi bowel. Ou a la.a"tw- or three a .
I. I kept this treatment up .'lII"
cathartic. Easy to take as candy.
Iil r weeks .b.u he was perfectly.
;.He as* worked ateaili-y sinn -- ----

... Ie, work. Dr. K saved hU life." Ouarsn 1..oldoD. ICy. March 13.llarveyRowe. : %

- I tooth sod cold cure by mil n four-t::: sold boy slot ant -
.t AGe .Dd 100. Trial bot- killed Mrs. lUtite GrlHn with a 43:: .,
caliber" revolver at Altatnont. In this
t. bi ---- county. The wema.i. b "urot .:Ue died
i Awards Chirt3blt: Beiuests.r sail the little boy !loaded tie reVolvet "
'; elyYta. March 13 -In aJJu- and sail .he w.i. Roln< out in the S
r the estate c\f F:. I'. D-Tlsht. yard to altar a c'alcken.Vhen she
.', city, who died In 19"1.. the protected against this, he turned on
4, .* court han awarded these her saying: "Look out!" an.l nred.
4 .' >!Ie bequests: Protestant Kplscharch The ball passed through the rlxht'
,j : of the *United! States thigh and, the woman !bled to death.
!!!! : general assembly of the The boy is a son of XVi'liani: Howe
in Church of America. a coal mine! Mrs OrltRn was the We Print

I; Methodist Episcopal church housekeeper for the Lowe family. .

t Lilted Slates liO.OOO; Baptist

t of the Unite States $'>).())otire.In .
Men's Christian association .
of No. 4115 ;: '
: American Sunday School pursuance Chapter ;
tlS.OOO. Section 35. Laws of Florida, I Rive below -
a statement showing the amount

of taxes collected by D. Dickinson, ANYTHINGEVERYTHING
St eplesn ... tax collector Alachua. county, FlorIda -- .

.,. of the .toni.rn produce a for the period ending Feb. 2fl.
leoadilioa and often pr.. n'Cbambcorl..h 13u1,..shown by county treasurer's receipt 0
,'* 8tomseh and on file In my office. town

... .
tint'ilste the digestive TAX ROLL 1967
.",ton the .,"t.nt toa healthy Licrn-es S S3 00

aad make sleep possible. Road Fond . 1332 4g
ristebya all druggist., Road Fund prcial District 4S 50
: - School Fund . . ,23&J MSehool
.roth. .ln.Law| on Stand. Fond. -eial Di."ie.tS1:21:
York. March: 12--James Citnch Sehcol Polls 19 i5. . 6 U)
Staafori White's brother-ln- School Poll. 1004Total . . . . . . 31tS 0)
was recalled witness when
: new a* a I .. . . . . . .14933 OO
7 Justice trial olt"Q.-.1 TuosJajr nuirn I S.I1Wtixoi., in the way Commercial Job Printins-
f-TtZRerall overruled:
Clerk L'ircult Court.
aV (ehjectloa of the defense to Smith ....-

fit. .
County Treasurer's R.port for the ', ..
Month of February. -. ,

Feb I-Dal. on hand .f29.125 17 .'iI '. ,.,' ', .

sus z ascaiera.Feb. ,' )'
1.t 5-Hire of Co. coo-lets 3.U96o) '

till ." -T. B. Tillie. J P.. .
tjtste v*. M. Node! 10 00 .

.. -".. F Harrl-. J. P.
non-appearance for
uamb loa . 2 00 ..' .\ ,
.. -H. vnnNociky.J. P.. ,. .
ITf Peter 0 Neal attempt I ..., .
t- -: ,
inn to rescue prisoner -
after sentenced . 5") .; -
.. -E T. Henderson.. 00''
P.. Wm Anderson 1
-"'. H. Dickinson I tax |i.I
6er I I I ear ir JsooarrV. 5.433 :>iI

s Q. I,1 .. -e\..January D D.calnson.'ax- l..' 34 Write for Samples and Prices -as Good .

Ft b. Comptroller, comrnnn I
:: vohool int re... 7O4 69
Fet. 13-- "..rft. for M.veItan I '

sufferwflhinwhen ..b 21-White.Sheriff. m.non-I"mt.lni, fur Ch.: upporF ,rli... 10 5 00(.) as the Best, as Cheap as the Cheapest. '

Feb. 2O-A. C. Croo-n. lax ,
RDS SNOW ale e.rtificat. 162 4ShersLT. ::

liNIMENT .. G. %V. Ha*. I
t>M>rn . 307 f Q
WILL CURE .. -S teriQ. Lucil Hal- 61 8 9 I

Feb. 37-4. II. U'ivnges. for I
IftEtJMATlSM. CUTS OLD nun-,...ident. tnhoai 4'JOO10CO'
ES. SP AINS. WOUNDS. \. D. Chamblio.
JOINTS: MZURALUTA tirorgr Washing . gddrassT :
o. A. .Friedel. )).tJAA. T..x.. Tutal.D $50.3:7 01} 01' '
merit: I for mylfatnily.noIt ..barsementsBsl. 641% 11 :

Itrelevea;the best burns 1.laa1ment audscaldr.23c .nade... in bank $43JD8 23 : :EIEJ: S LT IT :,:

SOc and $1.00 coyntTiox or VCNDC i .
$JMsr. l--Oeneral Fond 8.':' !M Banard Snow Liniment Co. .. Road Food 6.f S2: O3
Fin and Forf. Fund :a. :)1 02" .. "
8T 1A.>U1... .. j I .....
a0.Sotd : ,
Gamev trden Fund M;) 6O G- Fla.y' '; '
; a. .
es 'V ...L..I-LSJ '
School Fund 3.9-*) 3%I!! : .. .,,

and 1'cornmc sded by I Balance ,143.9'3 ::
I. JUIL o: uaiae.Ie.w K. b. Platt Co. Treat. lJ 1 1Y 1s


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City lairs Time 'U abort P/ '
) ttalnl isarrias
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a d.y. >,,'e your home TUB 9 E W WAT. TH B KA9T WAT.Aunpl .
I TuacttkArz T wA1u The Continental
Miss May Ford his returned from a task. tt.t'nya a.

peasant ...1110 friend in Ala b..* ? ut tk..t.ab eff s pclu eJcIlO

Hon Henry t*. Ghabh has returned CAFE:.KCSTJLUIIA: VT. r
1 from "'..hlDaIQa. where he wa called ICE CREAM

1j j 00 nffleial business. ,
Desirable room for rent, with hntnd Corner EAST MAIN- and TJNIOIf ST8. ,
tau a aa.rt.5 Milk W fnvM.Appro ;t.twtiaaa
4 > cold water Apply un premise. cost t, a.tI..g.L.t.sad. O..p.ek. Conveniently located next door to
3ftrrj 1M *J8 Et Liberty .C auk.s assts tee devu .r La. Poufflee. the @ggaro.
streetW sis. lbw air..t a ptu.. on t
.1.. t..J.t 1'. i t E. Br'wn of Archer wa. In the! ,L..d Ca .ew.d.

,4I ; iiiFJ'ow pity '...I..rda'. Mr Brown rmer'yI ***hy l-ur I'oodJe'llO
::; \ 4..w term. + ptama. potty. b
I r-u here, ani ha many friends in Is. Cr* mTWC Pewaer. OLD llii>KH OF ALL KL1D8. '

this section I IMr
4 saodllleyJ'Lrr '
.. John Dyal of Hampton Ie in the

City, a guest of her daoahter Mr II. I a asa.a.m.aad Oysters, Steaks and Short Ordersour

wholesome cream of tartar P. Hoteta Mr*. 0.11. well pleated \ ssm.aedI peek. peialty.

with Ga1n*.vtlU. I w' ta l .cs Coffee the tet. Everything'

,-'I<<;.' .r' powder. Makes the finest )1,.. J. L Kelley and Mi.. A. E. nice. Game cooked to order
its. William have. gone to Citroneilleiwhere i M*.Pass red C..,t.aer.11.T.wt.u fur *porto.*a. #
"'I\ test best flavored biscuit, hotcake they will ..'-It )tr. and Mr*. J I OPEN- EARLY and LATE.

r James Holder far a few day*. - -- -- - -

and 'olin Carmine of Lk City ha accepted Tho, F. Pearce fur muy years a
pastry. Miss N. Norton
.1 h a position a. clerk at the Ok: resident of chi city but now a progressive Hotel vice Lewis Hamilton who hit buinr.* roan and promoterof

it : I been promoted to be uperintendntMr Tampa, l+a. returned. to bus home,

0- .il ;. Royal Baking Powder is free ) *. James: Bailey of Trenton wa in af:., % hu.lne.. trip here.J. Novelties, Books Stationer

the city P'lp.rdar. Mr. Bailey, who \mh".lh .0te
i. ." I!, from alum and phosphatic acids i* oing for divorce from her t.u.b.nd. clerk at the store &If J XV.MtCoMara Soimnirs Sheet Pictures

wa here on business connected with A Cha* gone to \\ ..z.JofoJr.

,. ". OVAL BAKING powDER CO., h&W VOAK the eae.J .. a few day, where h* will relieve and PIcture Frames . . .

Dr. Jolly, tie dtug i*t. Dr. and
la, E Baker the liveryman of Mies = r?
Mr*. Jolly have gnue to Orlando tn attend .
In the city .terdy. and
'f . .. tjopy was ye
I t i fray-fhiil* typ<* .rttr for tale! Ap-
1 OF CITY AND pi putt <,ff.S": added his name to The Son'*lit of *ubvcriber the grand lodge. Knights of Pythia 206 East Liberty Street

t( .. )Ir. Baker I I. doing well In *.
Dr.utc T... .ey'" India and Ceylon tea FLOfilM
I.j! I :Micanopy, a* he I I. giving the public a Among the prominent visitor to
: MUNTY CONDENSED London. Enarlau.t.I .
"i | o Hoe serviceMr this city teie.rday .a. John O. Tilch- -

3 | Orty pi.rrt ingredient od in our *. W. E Brown and children of man of Palalka. memoer of the firm

of General Interest Oath- tM ss'r2. Key to.... Bakery. Archer arrived in the city yeterdayThey of Ighman A Co.. manufacturers of

\V A. :> rk of Monteocha ** .hingl.s. Mr Tllghman i is
i>* was were er. route home from Haw. cypre
"; 't red by Our Exporter trading the city )estrrdsy. thorn where they have been'on a vUit ales interested In a pant! near Cedar I
I I Key anti wa en route there on bo.lne l-
lu brewing Tetey'! tea follow diet to Mr*. Brown' parent. )Ir. and Mr.

2' AL AND SOCIAL ITEMS rct.on to obtain best retultt W. It. Sharman.E. .,.
:)-j 1 1. |i For she r M-t printed stationery at D. Stanford, special agent of the R'. Davis| Jone of 8n Angele.

.a j Ha Happened and What Is Going low.*.. (rice... call at The :oouo office.! United State land office' ha returned Text. a well known breeder- of fine CIIUFAS, GOOBERS

..' i Told in Short Paragraphs Jo ejh 1..e and C. C. Morris of from Brookavllle and other point cattle, has arrived in the city and

where he ha been official binea will be the guest for the next two or Peanuts Velvet Beans.u
That -Ha Who Runs May Raad"iTkaSun. Hampton were In the city jetterday.Mr on ;
L1 : 'I' three day of N. A. Calliaon managerof
He that section of the countryin
'..7 .. O. J. Griffin of Hampton wa in report
a condition. the Spring Park Slock Farm Company
It I papers for ale at this office. the city yesterday on a visit to relative prosperous having disposed 'of his interact
I .. Congressman Champ Clark wife and
100., sailing card io latest styles in rezas.Among.
- daughter were the guests of Hon.
-j lion. John Neety of Tallahassee aprominent
ieNu i ofle and )fr.. Frank Clark, while here. the prominent visitors to .CORN. .

..faafl of LaCro*** was In the attorney of the Capitali Congressman Clark. a great friendof this city yesterday was Hon. J. M. .. ..
,' I I. In
City. town
r rpsteniay. oar Congressman of same name Cheo.y of Orlando who cam on pro
A \\"IlJi.m.Ich. of E.ia.loDa.. in fe*.Ional buainea. Mr. Cheney I. United
lfnraewparer file for aale. Apa ;I .. and their. meeting Iere wa a great Yellow Dent, White DenStowell's
.' the city ,** rday. having been samI pleasure.Mr. Htate* District Attorney, and am.o
Baa office.
f I I I naoued. on business. He
of influence. baa
ees11 typewriter ribbon at this and Mr, L.. (I. Bell and children treat:: many
:' Have. jour stationery printed at The friend in this section who are always
have Worthington Spring for
.1 itarTaeent gone
I San ofllce: First- .*. work promptly ; glad to see him. Evergreen.Proli1lc. '
a few day*. Mr. Bell has been III for
atR, T.t1'y'.India and Ceylon teas I. delivered at reasonable price i. our sometime with fever and believe that S. II. MeKinoon of the Clayoo Tor
a'' .
i, Eagland.I motto the Invigorating change will prove of pentine Company, one of the largest Earliest C.I.-iar

D.Dsaaisot Dutton was io the j Carload hor'!'. and male Just arrived benefit for her Her friend trut that operating firm of the State, wa in .

a raaiae.4 yeeterday.iara Rea.onaM* price Call and the change will do her good. i, the city yetterday. Mr. McKinnon

"I' .ee them at our atablea Hunter AEdward -- wa for sometime engaged In tie .SEED. ,
4'' P iag Tetley'* teas follow di- .
.. naval interetta in
.-'l: obtain bet reolt. stores Levy county, __ ______ _____ .Y
\ The magnificent Everett Grand being located at a town by the earn \
:.1.1 -- - riano now being ud at the Chautau- name. lie U a young man of exeepional -
.r. I TORK mm! ( Rocky Ford Cantaloupe t"_
qua, I I. offered: at a great bargain. A. ability, a clever fellow and baamany

friend her.
R Harper SeedBEANSAn .

C. P. Cannon of Reeky Point, one ol O. D. Folk o! Levy eo"atbo arrived .
i the mot extensive tracker in that her a few days ago and expressed Sorts.

.' I .ectiuti. was a business visitor to this Cheapest Store on Earth. his intention of going: into the

M city ytrday.Hon. grocery bu.>neel. BOW with 8aondraEarle.

rr, I' J. Walter XCehoe of Pentaeola. .t the grocer, aa a *almaa. aah
concluded that the grocery ba.l.D. I EVANS SEED GO
MAS CO a prominent attorney of that city,
I ." wa overdone In Oalovill, Mr. ,
tt prc ecating attorney for the Pet3coladUlr.'ct.
OXFORDS OXFORDS Folk. has brought his family her, posTorrzce BLOCK. !:.
: i Is in the city.
however and ia pleasantly located on
For Sale-Scaffolding at Presbyterian ..:
Eat Lemon atrcet.V. .
M Os. 10th. >3 church. A $3 bill of lumber in good Ladies' Beautiful "9hiteCan'.a. JEFF SIMONS XDBALBB
} T. Gill Joint of the At. .
b agent
1 ((3.J.THOMA* Co 'condition will be od! for 70 cents onI Oxfords y
antic Coaat Line and the SeaboardAir :\'
the dollar Apply to M B. launder toFresh
Gaiuecville. Fla
& : I, line at prices within the Line< at Archer baa resigned his

.tlemen-Plea.e quote me MOiThoma If you are interested in Gainesville reach of all. A full line position, having decided to go toTexac.wrer
Perfected Cucum : and Alachua end of the
county a
copy Saltf
!J Black Oxfords in the h* baa ben offered abetter Fish AJ
of iter
M, redaad oblige Industrial Edition of The Sin to a
po ltlon. Mr. Gill has served .
.i A. i. friend in the North. Price teu cent prettiest: styles made. If ly
the public very satisfactorily and has
1 Bndeatown, Fla I I.emon extract are bitter because it's SHOEs you need, you made himlf quit popular. Hi departure

x they are not true fruit rta."t..a should t-ee our line. will be regretted by those

you want a dainty, genuine lemon ex. whom h* hat *served and who know '

().I. 13 h. 190)d.A. tract you can a-I""it by ordering Blue him bet, 1"- [
A. tic'txe.
8'-4.bluu. FU., Uibbcn.J Men's Straw Hats Sheriff Hood \Vinnboro, S. 0..

M D. : UV.lrj Bryant of F jrt Meade I.i who cam here on Tuesday night to
: r 8-\\. b"K to quote Thorn- In thf city Mr. Bryant ..a. formerlya A pretty line at the right price., in bring Willard Moor, accused of murder
.rfecie-J Ciicumb.O!'ed In 1uad )- I the newest *tyleUdies., OYSTERS i
TrI.1 ; resident of this county, gad hi* nomerou at Campville. returned to his home and
lot 9O ,
at ent pr pond friends here are clad to see yesterday, Mr. Hood was well pleasedwith
jet to .io r + ; him again what he aw of Gainesville and :

to hive your Your.ird..r. I [.era UVood.. formerly nf this c ty Belts dl. rt*.*i d regret that be could not remain GAINESVILLE . FLORIDA \.

truly. hutrowo* Tamps. i. here fur a few An new line jut received longer. He rmerly resided Io -- ,"

kin TUK -I. J :11.NAi Co. ; dy on a r.;..t to relative. )fr. Wood by Exprr from one of the bet Florida, making Dannellon and Ocala I am now prepared to accommodate '*,i

i ii U manager of the oath Florida factnrie. Wash ilelt and Other hi* horn. ale states that h* la favorably the trade with the bt the market .

branch of the Standard FertilizerCum kibd. impressed with Florida, bat his afford in this line. Phone 126.

>< t Ost. Iii'). 19",, to retarn ----- - ----------
F p 8. J. THIUU. Co.. I pany to his o'd! home. .
''Itl Harry Owen hat | urrhnteU from Something Good in Silver-
(Jaae! vill.". Fir .
Oeats-Your tinnier A. Ed -ard. a pair of floe - - - --- T. F. TMtMaSUNDERTAKING
quotation of Oct. Wareh.IV..e.
.4r plated
. 'hcO"d horses. which he! .111 use on his daifyjt'
er for! 100 and p tund you.may nf book Thoroa my' 1 m. E. Lodig has also purchased Fork. Spoons, S'agar It's Quite Different NOWA CO.

rt etb I a fine horse from this Hrin. which h.. tpcrin. Buyer Knl'.e*_your eh"ut't"
Cueumt> r .otd at faciepoled ,' i i will ue at n buggy animal. fur l 3 apirer. See the goofs and r
t ., fur Iro.,mb.
r thipment. Mtil buy.
you few year ago. If people wanted pore
ari Your. truly.'applied I )U.. Carrie Bareo ha retorued paint they were obliged to boy lb. FULL LINE of

A. t. 1tiyMAU.T' from Co Ion Plant where she ha* been Lead and Oil and mix 'It them eve*. NEW aOOD3...
I, on a visit to relative for. few day Ladies' Summer Dress Goods a* there we e on pure Read y.tlIsed

I She wi'l! resume, her. .tudie. at theOaine.vllie Paint tn be bad. Today, however
La.n-, hue !! Graded and High AGEXTSJIOSfJIEXTH IDS
Mr. Ufman't School alt rtommer the
p. Embroideries and new antiquated hand-mlxed paint.ince .
ibis variety of Cucumber seed and her friend are glad' toe her in .00.:. 'in great variety you can buy TOXKS1

tty evral jar, and have old It and IKOXe FB.1&YS.
'NI UOUdY for TEN YEARS Davis 100 etui
par .. .
r**apl *
w ** < I a ingle complaint Gainesville Lodge No Here I* the place where 1tH1rd..h

t J 1re h. will be glad to have your or.S. Y W), U. P. O. E.-Meet "..t. '.r. Paint pr.o.sI site

d tonight at '::30 o'clockIn tale et...

Elk> Home VUlt- ossvalr
PHIFER BROS. For Sal by ,
log brother cordially c r

J. THOMAS CO. .1aomedO' H.S.C.Qa.E. Pbtfer'a Corner. Galnevilla.

B. ; Da.J.K. Dsz.t. .1&. Seert.
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