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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AKSA M OIVIDENi. ; Ri B f E t)o dony runmors of disrve feat with
*her hIusban he endem I to Uve
Atlanta Nmtwlol Intsiutlone De. U aUL quliely x possible sa# *ay eater
trih $ ut e la InterOst. ., talinng was, on a comparktlvely small
Atlaita, Ja. Alg.6th mt a arcam
6.. W r M ,.^ e ChAV on" I as rlt SaM To Be -NEGRO RAILWAY BOUGHT.
ISS ,, A. d a ima Sl. t Usmnl TypL. ry M. n tt Jr., Pays $70..
lO.M la 11 terest. at 000 for the Property.
ft ... ... ... .. u . Atl. . AX. . I V uiJacksonville. ,.a., Jan. 1.-Heary
60k M tetl Its raaip wA YS HE DISLIKED WOMEN X. BEndi ivkidea ( I 8 peaont ona e sataMl oo ""--\- NMaday bought at pub c auction for
41"44e of 4Pare tos~atonr a 0" M 80.000 te property of the North
L6 PLer M t a capital a aU of Matrons Will Be Speelfleally Jaeksonvlllo Street Ratilwy = 4Town
tere t already declared. mWansle*d-4xpert Will to Callod Improvement (vmpany, popularly
Last wk the Lawry NatIoSi in support of the oult of the C~* known a& the "Negro 8tret Railway."
Lank woetaed a samlwao Avtdlol d The Rale was nlmae to satisfy the
eft e ealr on itas eMptH et PI. o .' jdpnesnt to a foreclosure of a mort-
e. amd added $40,000 aore to Mewr York, Jan. .&-The Countes ie Iu whlch W. I. Dareett as
4lW dreulation. Tarmouth, wo was Mis' Aloe rte hat t ro now
'te Thi National laf week 'Itaw, of pjttasmu, al sier of Hi ilt l ported th p roperty of th Jnow
ehare a 6 per eont.m4ea.Tal X.41 e. Tha, has entered suit In the dl snvll o h~ecr the Copanyro ty oand thate J
Wead oI tL in ptal stock o $ W ,O vey dvial (os r the oaulfl tion lof th e Ile' tri Company, and thaent
oWil the Hpwth Natoeal bOlk do her ma arraget wi th hrl o yar the sale s'was carried throa b prinl*.
slree a semiannual rdividd et tasit .was pre6dted toa l ly to make the trena erof thaeprop.
er oenta om Its pt stook c We.W! era on IDaember 13. that se my wholly le'at
. briagl the m4 total a As tlhealso statedher a This rad wa bit here several
mt PpwM A Jtuhew I up s tUeu s aM see alro ca ter that years ago by at*r capital, sad was
slme aI t1e W sa be bard camera he only line lIn4l1 Unite States1
These bank will oNM etr aum al u e d wand oported by megrosI.
e4-es ,sr a ,sa '"W Wbeu TO MEET IN R.MING.M..
S --- Offielal Order Has s ia m4jt ,er
01N11 .0 09T G T ..M RAMIN Vt *, w"I. I |
W-N-- ew Orleans, Jan. l.---aoes ml
PIFiM Weomn to Make sh S (lt pe alfsm 0w. MIckle, adjutant gewmleU.
f Vital rgan. Q. V.. bas made tt ott Iwiag o
Wen York. Ju. l.-..-4M ^ 01- M t.. a ywmue won lb '|1 V" be semb sa uel rusaios of
*rVOe& Vk poseas la6 t-l Unitet eosahfitede Vetewam will
iemoW7, beAi5dsl to w6ll o wi g.ia"i be held lb a b4 io ttaia Ala., on J eo
to the a atrpo.metef Ne t tht d ItI 9, 10 and I,. next."
might be satuied byr adintit S j The people 6J that city promuli that
nder the operation of e the at *riang ill be I every repect
law sbe vmi have an frto e % all that the wearers of te gray couM
tor it t It s d t5at t 141 tr 36PI w et. ('Cowautte" s are already active.
to the firot woman to mke h0S a ly at work to Insure a most enjoyable
poel of er brain. gatherla.
"Whuer at the promspet? WOf .ew Pe AULTRIs qu-N+b.
aot'" MIsS Randolph std ai eday *.0PA"ti Ul ND t.


lined Two Large VWarsum
and a h1 nl Stem


Created Terror Among Inhabtamt of
Village-Marohed In Tows Sltko
Beftof MIdnight-Telephete o"td
Telegraph Wire Were QCt.
loulstlle, Xy., Jam. I.-. A p al
trom ParlolKy., aLs
Night r diM* Modet their appearuse
Is to force o Ie uoey district Me1.
nty nagh vielldg two towSm O e la
lweming and the ethe la alth ema
ty. and dostre~ag two .wr
sod a bigl aersl store. Te3 Mhe
did 14 t fe may sots Is eith erOpl
but went about their work ptitli,
leavinglase ooa tthe work d heM
MaGM apisdl. T ah me ." a
Ma skd sad heavily ar t
et a isa of tarnorW to
Ies of the IMtle elages.
ThI Art vit wu mae to the
towa of Sehl to sath oaty. ThIs
to a Uttle vilMe of abt I" tia
tebitast I the le we e totat ,
uspreparwt er t rM. T- e MW
marcbhe4 lae t *e tfte 1eh 6 8e1
mIdal &t s*a *t Wo woM6 0We6
%0o mob proweld difrey O *a
mito tree o the v elfo 5aIse+
ratila with *0 i I WNI
hous of A. I. iMRble a MM i
It a mase o attes. As Mie l
he riders had eot te villa **6
lUsess ruashe to Ueo eeo" t 9*
se anse autempptd to pet eM *
lire. Before they oWeede ia ts.
however. the meal md teen f iWta

H u a .W. LDrew, the coa- U15U i. I -_W __
isid sad sU W. mite. a negro IThe sodfety has obtoised 64 helms9~o" fM 1"l ieBohr,6wlseteveslf
es aft Uthecar. Drew hit of several prorntnent m tesludla up Is V= 6 vr.was urst*$ and all ebrtsis to U
So terobber o Ie bftebad witla Wrdt Wbitmn, but so ?vZ WuIateeuS'~s. a. ..hrtfI er uie
~ hnt,.an !aoed t af peco ver coee efor ward wtik pa sofht U agrarlor was moaftyisk ~gtsoetiled PrpoinBeahel the raldoro111Wise
tb. thre&amNowe of thmmwore her brain. SBenem*tgoll don of Its by sreit*flonsvancoiver, C.. thasLet husli"we pof sherhquwls, I& #%
purpose If Ito reeearobsee an reewtet. J. W. Ihamw rand W. T. 3.11tolh. &1- 1l9gMolly. 4111e1r04Wthq 11depd0~
Ye, stafted toward the rear of the ed to the brainssof Wmore m lbas faged 4sfailltlill empkayeee of the KIrstidopeadoaa worebesseot DAsqbsW
ou aMe the other two toward the is be telling uTrat a 1*mS0s brown ttotuaneflank. of ttis clty, aro"erasic DttitersNo abeta Were $4bedNa
11110l dor. lThe ru4 or was lock. Wilt revoealandI latem4 to gve Toy artin Vancouver I the rath1pr, Is order to poreesMW m
ed4 amd they made porter Unlock sam a etance... 'l'bav rurr@:it1PfPd themsolvessoard 51U4 ots beRi#Ng&Saeu. at 011
7%Whlgos" Mee4tevestbule n COUNTES" OF YARMOUTH. are hed4 hurating the arrival of Telephone 1*6d telegroph wt*ieeiiN11
Ss4. *1bos were In Just as big NINE JU"OSS80 PAR. tI *P.1.olficWter from heore. Harper was lain boOt plasm. i i
0 hUlm 1A agd out the frost 40Mr. o- 1 t&ttbf*coeraseis'anti 'ylng toller and smith &'The los imas060011by16VWb&
Us ta tethe 1polce were there With Now Panel of 100 Tallsmen .To has bees itreal marriage. A jury clerk,. The .wat ahorteIs" ham 11sot h sownethe *Mtasnt SU t obellss
fti as eesim abased tdo wotaldheDraw PI"m, of t3stQsawill b# N5I,&tiy 1101040 bot besavou:,Irol, butItit s gold to be Co Is the waroboom seuid l 40
pabesl. IN6ef theeM RanBot nk WW New Yrrk. Jan. S.-*WItb as j.oitome 3 ah roho flit ail.swoertlsed
~.Mu 9"t hromA theyards. The mlOIn 5tho tbox. all bolai ubhJec to oef thiiss o 111too m momst fynecoT.Gar -. 1fooos
t"g OW te got Wag two Vgafis Pe1RemPtOry CI~klonhe, sad with S &&W IscaI 011111141WWill tbe. Atd10 &up- M* GOMM Fher P91ll met.YeGr Wa'eus
ow"11111lso" panel of o06 jfl4ye* tasomm w0ttonof teme Cuate' sa tai. Alanofta.Je. state or fhe&*ialmot., eldArfT55S TOSS., aJ Iow m
__________ OW from, the I%&*aW tilWas to.eftlie liked Wemen. ats fthe state apit f ol. Dr. WI4,i ~~o~~ loi
S s a Ship T e IM 11uiH. ga med Tuseaft y m rSiag. Soft after tOw s ari~ageITto asalId.lo. at he wate apit l. stI*. p wre .'at d o f 0 t W1,1111111imeM 5ii ~ t
Thaw was not cleAI10d to &be b 5Is-the earlgave Il.ewifa1pte ly traI Iiuut& ast Drohi p, w rsee r e~vie a p nsathe*9 ar00141 aof raIsed A406WM mgtt
hips is Usa* S.*-4W. Ha~fry 9the rollcf tWe sew post ) dwats saa hat he 41.1Us I4 An. ft n d Dr1 If, ~T. Maoslestopm .gaidrod 014 1 1T~emSdKtk
be"dt kIart ythInstteAo *e ob fsdr~ lifl fTedw WKt~
1W Med d AM Ihelb. siefteeVomted 5a4 belr M It bhim a. es efwshatt bee"a aSa4 *Ifa tote I#%* of the raeatieu dif

a* elis iesdP06 ow atoour teyaots gtenusUwt ertythe deaparneal soprovided for at 9the 41e10 twoeLot" Aprs"Two 110011111
Wer ha a abeteco hlt, be btherog tth..utlcee la4sct o~a*,onof the oEldtogurd"ipaw
Poor ew IspestS osat7s%0aw ws mt stecor tm ebege~ ap el a Illr y tblis nwdI~ ree srum '411 be on" 4tSetOPy 94 Clar"Oftv I V616TO.
pears *y aui.*hetrp1the rP tWAebeo.. Is "~Sew me esdeenmed tsa to81104 albf
.11WV gb5SSIwW 5 uaIp A os sTawU akU plgn'4l, it lS eprovt4.'d felthydnepbabla puattessam ru am sASw e sIF
AngmLad a flAwsoaasThw adtaks isoYe erplg Irte by throuagl'.'uf Itte wets hnohWard Wrisad 'wae oseIa UtreW 0hft WClb
49 Ihe slad grw e00ftthe' westeof iliagtef 00ry h0% IeeM MOWIS her aff~lh~li. s8*4 Isp s utItately to distuibthe f ree s&wie forThu aiprpes.
46' tdNLIM tip Wll take hoUP wle min0WsAtmetei ervwAVwob e gat I,* ruIMmastor t*berslof meslhliis as0s
Pais.Thetrp ;arm*e sAm udodustletees 6osmisosa*% ~ WUM vi no nvmrd'by Di rhelosr of e Ageesi We. I* Goo"
101111101,*0 MU fs ati aa& he eole.41a" psba etsooll M UiWe"-'S &A rev, Sisa16lA& I.ft '
am59mu.Oar W". SAu M b thise 6m *0m' Sa"eMO.O"pun sow&Mf 13siaSNOW
9 flillUs earsw"ealthiest100m T __ ty &An. 4-M SmadolvoestWw eaiy ofwhale s"PUsea mso ftw Mi we to
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ft w Tek t d't rag"I th I blb& "1"1 aupmi Wjeay*mant 1lsaal~,~in eian o e~e
&ORPIle-S hedusibowisa4msolemW one" 1M wo* --m"Oft ft ttveon"ir "oflms. elres l"ieb w.Th pe.lor *6 wMelts" s tafte
No" Tbeep0USMS lissoorh1swasfteS" No. *I aw" %0wada pofels* trowe .' met hub ft" b e bme 6We
I" bm'sfYe Or as K5f ju. I. as s om 6 s la.d" U00 sladsoIs Jffesonagetls".th aI" room jrlbeSl a
_e4 TonoAb Amy.pMdn In meway-,-a& am* a as appal. tIowa ftad UefoSonsluaftA~
a #O If below masbe or w~llted U9M oft WiedkWW:Z "86by bbis meU the Not 10 Is mAsat we ,
~iP ~ aIA itpimt go eeaw fI rwe pB let obe66U ad bosomioa eJ4. -
~ ~I My ANNIUdd Tab. br m her laths,3a uJ 10 uls~~am b
r ft 111i Kus ff o I Nm -ot- .a 4 e
-) 5e4111 oop s Or to e smtUas don elbna W 0d A106, 940,A
my waybp. e me 4 to MW To w& eo ell, atw LMy arr y=Isoelf "ow we' room so thdo am
as sun to* swoo 40 e wt atrft k Igo.e,
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No ~ 6"*648M meCeii"" to be pow aseesC
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I__6.WeryArM la 111Of ft iteathiy.aeiir 61I "1& toKwse polld"jW"e s. ws a" 6 -- we hsew
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of u~Of UmeiWnt

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WOWtowhichMr. RMOWe
d=Tuft.The hardes
bv ft bd~mt OmaM bwW Me
oft lobwon Ge9erof bp Rwbbe$et
04VO4 tCAnnSOMa=8 bWash-
up!bawh e s g eft heme and
1~ ~~t Wb IM te'pyth l. aNbow-
Wf 4bgs.rte ameout tn a
*am 4"MSYP" dmems ic~that he
Wo lft.t

WWsb iSM te 064 woud Ilkto t
IWO tI~ reaGoveror Johasan of
"we (oviror cum to
tsqtlty &ad St S bauquet
and e WbAtheslsm ad someA
~~Fm Wh et xtbu d gitnd am
*0 Is th" "is meanre wond.
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ b"sItteDeorcyh not' moan
W preldestw Umber to the mils
Go'eflho then they have
herufts.t The boom of
~ of&ieaw~r doewt
.10 um MsY hew as.eImaso
of do eso&peitto sm" to
Sk &a weGwSouats. bet it is
.4~ fe etbo ath eeral belief that
kim hsoe saflb, the *"I I
~I*"I vtlca. WbateVe MAYI
aJofLie"Gray's bomw
.DO 6s~M. bt that be otmam.Mme
*0~ r~empmand the regard of t",e
90*0 loe whMow him best

7%e mavy war. procipItated by the
Prradmtseolalca to pit"ace Na vy
WAiss.6 aftamad ot tbe maval bow
Pita! AID. RelieSa*,-*s errtam
writh e91"1 proq~ct nItmoaa. aIofby
Cmaer"e 1 6 emeratly expected
ut rast win es uhpan a aw Sm m uhb
IDS the PUact gof anY aVal WvuOW
Ubder thy command of a" %bh
Is umo a a Wlor, and k W sasmed OW
kIs Iabermtae $bse ft dmt kiasoa
Of this ftrt that obe hsiate to ImWu
60. grorde bich woul pm"seOWN*g=
btelte.Is CAMSMasdof the nowe

There is 51w Kim# I ,el ~of a
$swedet%"" low mategof mini
emum Go OW bO(gMO 1 is*

A 4 *0

JAP-A-LAC is the ideal
and model floor-finish.
Does not show "white"
when Walked 'upon-soaf
and water does not affect it.

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Make your .old furniture
pe, by appin a o a to(.

SrsO. ,Try It, AJJ bl
OniaI means, ready for mi

ed a the ar belt
t low other modern
n et tt te alo eatlrely
d war, ar so support of thle
waretown petaro of the
oa paera sed as she sailed. o
of Hampte Road om her was to th
%M&~li~w "Ne-w 00"WIo --h wl
AOther Sa at Me ad seetaw. how.
e ha t tm tim e o *eae ma
s sbe om load@ t with a
great qimatwt of parapbsmkIm Which
wotMd e discarded it war. Rxtedoalv
awnings, supestrotres, lauaches
Oe., are earned oan the. eeaks. Wheoa
a sap deam for asois this stuff oIs
Oa overboard. .The launches pre
tMaed adrift to be pIlked up later or
allowed to tok. a too. It os oet MNb.
ly that aal ves;iN -out to so aInto
sette wed be as heaviy ladet with
eal as were the ships artaia OB
their lag ervtae to the heleC. Of
course with all this truck overbear
the ships would sit mua higher in the
water than they mca with It on board.

The New Years reept(on at the
White House waas a asueually brill-
ant function, despite the lowertag
skies. The Presidet. refreshed by
his little reeLjt ileKnot, where hbe
tramped the hills d dales with his
two younger boysp. smed exception
ally happy and greetOd the brIllaatly
auniformed diplomats and army obkers
ahd the ombe ry gowned Jodies of
the Suproee Court each with oame
fellettoes remark and good wish. Por
several hours the Preidet stood ia
lie and shook hands with several
thousand people. rrom now oa nmocel
WashIngton will e al gaiety. as
the White ll ous dinner and recep
ton follow each other ton quick ume

io-wi 1 it-
Hawtho rn News Notes
Hawthorn. Jan. t.-The yemg po
tle had a pillas at the resMeao oI
Mra. P. W. Colte last atarday evegt
laM. All reported a very ske tien
Mts latta Lttledale retursod to
ThomAeTlliy 0U.. MeadAy. where he
SatteAtia YOeaaU's emae Cottag
Oi, More. and MHis Mildred Job.

eeville. where they arms"ed a Mw
Pt. MIm IJbam ,emmeose mebeoast
UMatsh) wit a ta Mea it Ie
amps. All the pap tof th e wM
tor Jmator mef hdSA ieatg ith
sympathy. abd bepe e wM seoe be
able to retera to meahe pe they mais
her ajais bee v mees .
otta Imewk a bees oeaad to hi
home or the pma fw d ys wth lIs

Mtea "ayeraft of OaLnt tbhe *e
K1100 teaahr. as 4 b her postea
her Mtenay.





Awsregaste 4 P se of the eet
ever ml to Cemil.
Maehl ma| s reort to
ts Or^ M 4a ed .M ist bna i
S. rity Meid eg7 W bet
I not the, bet, eer bporded since
t city was a mlelfaloity.
Whbit e It u~ t 'w say credit to
a ders of th l vw, t ea credit to
th *ffilency 'po ta .ppre-
beading these who kw.
The report shom for
the mouth of Ps0 I I IitFp5, of
whieh $241.15 w fwe MtM and
the balance, $24, fet or Impounding

Nwberry Notes.
Newberry. Jan. $.-Mrs. Ulle Kitch.
*Im and dauohtr, Minnie, are bome
agate, aft a two.wees' visit to
savktvi at A. Whito.
MKi Atlanta Stodetlll s visiting at
Coleman this tek. gsuet of her
"9ther, I Lo e m stll.
uWw JInsM Ins h beow again, af.
Ste a wks visit to relatives at Haw.

%We Wa sorry to report Miss Pansy
JqJ-lm on r s o list this wak.
t=W friteon hope to sa her out
i 5iJ. L. Teats amd his reus ar,
pap lItm et he Eas delerium
tW Ie W me, e la the mors.
Ssad O*B in the eals.
After a pleasant visit it to Mrs.
0. D. May, Miss Kate Smnth as re
tuned to her hom In Alachua.
W. 0. hap an returned last
Thursday from Georgim where he
spent the bulays vwth relatives.
JM. J. 0 roM and little daugbter,
Dothy. of D0llas are the guests of
Mrs. I. A. OrO this week.

/ Why
Should yWr baby sffer? When he
Is ftetful ad ratlemss don't expert
met oas M aad ue any old thnta
your new br ieoomom4da. Buy a
bottle of Whios Crema Vermlfua
greatuet baews worm medcl4 and
care rdd. leme odicseames. It is mri
Iit ts aeon. bulldW up the system.
make thib, p ay tMes fat. Mrs. J.
C, Wmlt.4 Tampi ., wdites9 "My
baby was thia ad sadkly, oould not
alaW Stfatnod ortd sal night&
I a-q a0 bottle at Wbe's Cream
Vwon Wa d fa a fw days baby was
Isul appy and welL" Bold by
W. W..ebesM

soge ge 0 Injewelry
Dioy, .oCa, JaM. &.-A rehem
tm e aoute eft oaw oeker.
of Amealat, eatteomal repub mlesa
Imtteema. aad lrmi t of tUe Amae
eam Oad &Coesay eeverd dy
go. Ia which ete iberoe lot ay
Wmbh jewry Wa at M.O01, ha
1t beoa reported The Jowery was
takes ee a Jeel O Ia Mrs.
Dreder'm i ees wbhi the famy wau
: diatmer taaaHO U vtag probably
o aIaed Oweus a safastened
wtadow. ___
Tablit 'nhrel oftund mo=ay If
b toioem a W. amovri de
NWm mi ftM"b ma me.

Steelrer Mount Royal a6o.
*elrutlown. Jan .t -The IrnT
g e*owly lan m9Isntfon Tuhate
Sam he wi A of ttr a!'y was ro
edvted wltm riMad p In t pplea Cir
as. She o. m aet boa teard from
i day aye havi be"es lat re.
-prt* e9 the LtUard beember IS.
4 ilteb wae baelg oept b r her as
Obet ds of the AUnette sae ae ar
bSth as brfeIa. She has e0 boare

asts M ad b Wf Ot d me.

Aar S.m e b hoMe.

New ONteene. to.. Js. -'-4%
New Or!esan ctt esweasag Iaa 'v
eeed aa eeial psasphlet deertMbma
il deal the mueo ef traita Ir
et ta rjse tats 61 re bern Tbh
WOMatl-at *4aat the bUt:Ira of
boat A**p adong fte tee ecm's
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l el eei Wea Pawed Providing
ir RMiO ef South University
i>-,,Ot0he. Matters of Interest
Wlb Agd Up*.
KImet regular monthly
t7:0 p. m. Monday, with
WMf t onme, Aldermen Bunch
M eIM and Vidal, and Clerk
1 Dell, mVemtI
!%e alnatoe of December. 1907,
We reB.and pon motion of Alder-
as Miasm approved.
e!qeAM of Captalu Blandtin for
so to lot 5, Hale plat, was upon mo-
l f Alderdman Bunch Weferred to
*k bairma of the finance commit-
5. to lvetigate and report.
plalint of property owners on
eIb _ty ot,, represented byoJ I.
,was referred to the com-
m claimal., upon motion of Al-
aBunch, to Investigate and re-

foIwowing bills were read and
9i e and Cost Fund-B. T. Arnow,
*1L,. O ageut Fuad-L. W. Fennell,
6 A4 ; Miss Lois Hale, $3.56; W. 8.
Eleome, $14.06. Officer's Fund--W.
I. Broome, 9$7 J. W. Bennett, $6; T.
A IJ $100; jl. Dell, $40; B. T. Ar-
bow, 40; 0. L. Kite, $50; Water works
paWs FIund-J. n. Pults, $54.70: J.
. ats, 5.7?; B. F. Miller, $332.20;

A. T. Ktiey Co., $120;
1"; Norriston Mag.
119J.8; J. R. Jults, $30.75;
$14.10; Ingesoll Rand
Pepr Plblishing Co.,
rsm. 9$7M; Gainesville
Maehine Co., $19.15: S.

B. P. Miller,
& Abe. Co.,
B. F. Miller,
Co., $1,170;
11.25; T. B.
Foundry &
J. Thomas

OoS $18.47; Baird Hardware Co.,
$1.81 Diamond Ice Co., $214. Street
nla.-J. M. Dell. assignee, $43.90; J.
N. Dell assignee, $26.10; C. C. War-
ir, aignlee. $2.40;J. M. Dell. aai.
M., $24.86; J. IM. Dell, assignee. $$3;
If. J. Rnfls. $22! W. 8. MrelowalL
$118; Galnesville Planing & Coffin
Co., $38.00; Standard Crate Co.. $12.27;
0., Petrftk. $11.60; C. C. Warren,
ia. Pratinag Fund-Pepper Publish-
Ug Co., $. Light fPnd--Oeinesville
as & Blectric Power Co., $228. Fire
.ad-J. B. Moyers, $40; 3. 0. Folks.
$,; Baanders & Farle, $39.40; OGained-
VMle Oa & Electric Power Co.. $8.05;
IL A. O'Neill, $1.75; Daird Hardware
O r17.95; J. A. Natagtar, $4; A. W.
SrmiMt, $10.
9lM oa John W. Benet for $6 was,
em u on of Alderman Cannon.
eteretd I=d out of the Officer's und.
Aldermea Mixeon moved that draft
lor amount due on crushber be referred
0 SanMAe committee. Motion carried.
AMera Bench moved that a dupH-
catw #rrat be lbaed to the Gaines
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and kew whet t &ey an.

Mewb" Top. Lemow w" M&
0 ---0m.Amb alwe. mand
a 9sin babor..

own me". y, r uaw &ad
Ur. lWpb

For Couht

and Coldi

flesl m eter Couch CurWe m
t*s*Ipi"ti1. epecially thase- 6W
MialePgMe. KetCQedy'asLamae
Colh tyrup' moves the ew



Cough Syrp

"A Cold or a Cough ne&autyl
pWduce oonUtipa UoW-t mr al
rns to th eyes, no and that h
sod d pa"ng out of the yti6
through the Ulver apd kida"y rar
wnt of mo stur the bowels beCom
dry and hard."
KennWdy's LUtive Cough Syrp
live Cold* by working them uJ
of the system through a eopioms
action of the bowels.

Confm"ns to NatimI.


ville Foundry & Machine Co. or L.0.
Warrant No. 8629, Issuec August 6,
1907. Carried.
Alderman Cannon moved tW adopt
resolution authorizing the, ity tor-
ney to collect from dellaquests on
Last Main, Liberty street, Alaheut
avenue and Franklin street. Motion
carried. I
Alderman Mixson moved that the
Petre note for $s50 be turned over to
the chairman of the Lanas committee
to be credited on certificates. Motion
carried. 0
Report of Alderman Webster regard.
ing claim of [I. R. Colseo on lot 9f
Mrs. Richardson. In Velth's addition,
was adapted.
iReport and( rcommoadations of
Light Comrmittei received and adopt-
ed, and light ordered placed as recom-
Alderman M Ixson moved that the
Hoard of l'uhlle Works be requested
to relilev~ A. I. VIdal of the cost of
removing fiice., same havn4 been
done by and paid for by A. J. Vidal.
Motion carried.
Report of the ptrcet committee rela-
tive to rhargp a&ralnst the city for
work on Literty. Mechasic and
Church tr.-, t, received and filed.
Aldertrai. Cannon moved to place
hydrant at t,,' corner of Church and
Franklin -tr>,,.t Carried.
Alerrimii C(anone moved that the
superintcident of water works see Mr.
Weaver. ofr tbhe Galnesvlle Steam
Laundr) and have h n connect up
with the iew.'r. so as to dispoe of his

waste mate.r. ur out the water off.
Motion carried
Alderman. MixeoI moved that the
matter of r,'funding the license messy
of Duko and others for the eunued
time be referred to the ordianmee
commtt(se Moesi carried.
Alderman CauMsm soved that th
street committee be s a orseld to re
peir Iliiversity stret. from Vnlow
street to depot, at a Ma noat m In 4
ced W2go Whkbh was adopted
Hill for paymat doe h eity
on rrushpr was referred to chairman
of Dnance* comltes.
On motion of Alderman Misuo
euu ( il .d)ourned.

They were emesi sidder t r
Road OaveretSM aW" VOW.
At the Anal -91 8 of th BarWd
'of County OM wemOR. W!
Mds **re spena Ifr Ie paskim of
rtad oupervbW er overeer. M S
Same|d year
Thbrre were ei0ht Mde, the setrats
twin I-t to T. L WaJt mad C. L.
Ths t. at WI Tr m s each.
I1.a*r, Walit and ThIe ren bethi
prtcital roaed s a ot =a er
rne.- rbe former as are4dy to S
KISUO. *ad the letter wae e hag
hsa ca-Anty IatM at year., w be
ha nMAtAarta to 0 men Iury
in thi r~sar of a ra4 eT Olh
CAU' b. M d ie o woe sos ee Me ha
. tom h m* he seesa tb W"


With It 8bM PlayI d Have With
"twin White% Abdoma.


Woman Wee Arraigned In Justle*
Headerwh's Court, and aellng to
Secure be d of 61.000 Wee Rfmand-
*d %t Jell to AWait the OGred Jury.
With a great blg. ugly-looking knife
with a blade long enough to tab a
bar t the heart, and as keea as the
proverbial rawr. Clara Lewis, a negro
woemad rMeading near New bprry, In the
West 1nd, played havoc with Brwin
White's stomahlkmanday, with Ve re-
alts that White layin at his home
to a critical GUtiton. while the
Lewls woman, th default of $1,000 ball
wk h was re4uired by Justice Render.
*on. Is behind the bars of the Alach-
ua jail. and at the proper time she
will be compelled to face the grand
jury upon the serious charge of. al-
mault with Intent to murder. It may
be a charge of murder, as the victim
is reported In a most serious condi-
tion, and is subject to succumb to the
wounds Inflicted by the woman.
The prtliculars of the tragedy
could not be learned, but it issaid
that the Lewis womn lhas a very
bad reputation throughout th mlalne
and turpentine and tluiber camps of
the Weat End, and that she is an old
offender, havlog been several times
before In trouble.

Ong of Gailnevlle's Oldest and Most
Beleved Cithaens Laid to Rest.
The funeral of Hon. W. H. Robert-
son, the sad death of whom occurred
on Tuesday morning, was held from
th" residence, 908 Alachua avenue.
k .t at 9:30 o'clock Wednesday
mornisg. Rev. Those: J Nixon of the
irst MAthodist church ofmelating.
The funeral was largely attended
by old coMradee and friends of this
distlngui-ed person. whom they had
learnedd to lovy uo a brother. Mem.
bers of OaUneev'.te Lodge No. 990. 1I.
J'r. 0. ., an a tvke of respect for
their brother. C. Sydney Robertsoa.,
son o( the deceased, also attended In
a body.
The service was a beautiful one,
the tlalater touching most Impreps-
Ively upon the useful, Christian life
&ad character of the deceard The
entire assemblage. It was plaily evi-
dent, wre deeply touched by hf. re-
At the conclusion of the merviet'
at the home a larse number followed
tne remains their last rewelns-plare
In Eveagren oemnetry. where this
noble earthly chara.t-e was tenderly
laid to rest until th. BAal day.
The floral decorutas. came frulm
many friends as tokens of hive and *- 4
tesW, They were an plentiful as tIhe) 4
were beuUfal and fragrat .
To the bereaved family The lian. 4
with other friend* extends sincerest

Help C4mes Quickly Wihen Hyemel oe
Used eor Cetarrh.
The qalek relief that come from
e BymI treatmet for means arri
B" reMarsle. Put a ty droseI
of bpUWd ymdal In t UtUe poet t
lsotr that msnes with er eetot.
M3 %w y by a uave t ed the t eatm4I
meill or w ve misates y es l v1 e
relief rt w est l tra eel .
IgShs a toicshe belge-et to theA
ow" gpe st. e s Mp ssM e.eer..e.,
Ind seee e te Irritated m easene

@We l th4 .se. threat a4 4 aeP
me -sl 6 a qich sa" rmesm me
d *er. o tssm amre J. W. Me
jug t a a. mbeW e the power of
td W"b every Sl eG a twey give,
11 li;= I f hetud m Semnessuas.'

S uer111e t0 pied i teduau ry eal
at T he 0laow


S- ", ^-- trouble, and trying different doc-
tors and fnedidnes, without obtaining relief, I at last
found, In Wine of Cardul, a golden medicine for all my
ills, and can recommend It above all others for emalie
Cardul furnishes safe relief for backache, headache'
periodical pains, Irregular, painful or unhealthy catta-,
menial flow. and all ailments from which sick women
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to the complaints peculiar to4heir sex. Has benefited
over a million who used to suffer as you do.
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MoO aX .asaitoer sa PuMlpr.
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... o* l PORTsX aciLS

ah, 5, p L u dTy, mMg
*aHyl pi* ew., pe UMhud T, mateea p -
), W ay., dellmTd bw arrierts tlU, or
I forso a yearl O A msthew sli tir m
a41a; or so saw f I Fr a" edo-OkNley IN

l eifMotnmisIe teaM aelam so eset aNaeo
S isrtMiee ad slttors I e taddatie
amtWA Selpasy adv wtisgo ,de ahm, s ,es

h 11d WeOeke4isS O Sp.isareta r

w. 'lk jaf. pmmtd nat urkr _
,; i ma tle legrL, sad w 1 ie
S. asm e, amlee es~ Us wS

hodt Wee 80f sortMA ,be

a gfterows about this Ute of yotu.

people with "rTie toir oewl 610
, e the aid of "want ad. salma-

SGrover OtvelaMd shIold omeo out
SWt a Bmnea th Wat would be prt!.

1 d Isama tse t6e oeMs to firMisaks
I We rM V pgSgd st a sort of a way,

I dewr old populist referendea
have beme surprised whom sn.
i Polner *wMalked up and ombMn ed

hg t *rookl My ur

% v e his persoUality Into
.eMavws" for the Presidency. Well,.
w evit will tell
o/ Comer ms h be wQJ not enjoy
aftw I the s ii Wt HouM. So it
-em tat we shall bave to be

A stais imal ys0a w per oat of
Sto moi s the United States are
M teh shaves. And of the other 0
a.m t a good many are smooth

A Gerwma coat who married an
imaelma ir 1 hu removed his title.
Gladys Vanderbilt should put
Ss uder bond not to odulgeV
seek foollshaes as that.
to The New York Pres
TYok wll be for Hubhes and
a take It from him." Prom
SHouse standpoelt what MA
itselM te editor of The

Sba s usa.o reduswamntsto l
ae. the rule. And "readjust-
s tdly man "opportuanlties"
wbrbrte-chance to secure the
lobs. Want advertiseMrs un.
Ktbhe matters

m regTM Rockefellerw ay mosey tis
eM d f or poor pMple," says The
- 0W Georian. The avraf poor
i iM ep turm asewtring thls
wvemmit: leek of oxepTro

1 f MuLesoM Ot -and .ma-
og et the Les Heta at Taltlhasnse.
BY s -. Jasuar tad. He was for

VwS a populr raled conduteor.
a d had hodnIds of f ens through-
a t"a S ts who wit r amt to ewan

sOentary Cortelyoe thik the
temWIl storm t Mi d@ag'but my*
be fears that he "psicak i leglaws.
Swm" will be worse the tthe pale to
slam.." Hee *on amOt vde.Uly have
usah faith ik Repsbikes 'mg Co re-
men. and has mr dy ost hope n
RoNeemlt tcek.

Ret lrM. HCoW.rvuwtrc of l
30u. bn *row obs~ m~rchat lalklame
Owe. dllr4l vi that e"tas oncvembw S&
alged 'I,)tair* He MA we% &d a
fetrnjrfur thr t- TLshMW* s chrch Iw
Is year.. azd bu lslw VIwAseve
am 4~t in5.I twIoV"d by Mhios iagng
tkW abd tbt Ifopi.. gseual. lno
wIAstiuIl oftot4i(lod's .bs di.
cdpi... WWth* a"#. city U M sehi
denmis, Jew ad ueou as Gossd.

AWLte e W =Into itb
There ad6 e ns doilc~ty aeout It,
aad pbabliy in .not bd, .ar the
revenue now elal collected 18 not
equal too the ezpepn4tures d
show a oonalderable oefct by tbe ad
of the financial year. As the United
states Treasury has not now enough
available cash to leet the needed ex-
penditures, as all not absolutely neces-
ary payments have been held up
until the banks can repay pore of the
cash deposited with the, tW would
seem to be mote necessity for anx-
lety about hbqto get the naeeUary
money Into S W hlted fState Ts l
ury that jf tbakA are owtng kItio
that the ~TWkber a pey it dblt.,
The banks p ot able to aY
the Govepnant had at the adiM tieI
pay their depowtosa, Msalu" QOaPses
p!irtdeS for asset or sesorad psurey
fgr the beadt ad certleate pleas of
the Repblice a have bem.# ~ alm,
o there wil be more bnassl trbl
dismd i our Republfas property
I da w e nt muefua mad exped1-


The oraer program In Ohio
against Taft hs ben stated by Sen-
ater Dick "to ppeal to the people mad
buaneps me on the round' that san-
Ity a4 proa y atr better than un-
checked reform and calamity." That
proposition. t fore, acknowledges
that the Rdblisan adtinistratloa
has been a failure and has produced
calamity and aile. Congre which
Ielatde Diek ad Poraker, is also re-
spaulble for the fact that taril pro.
testily Ie not panic proof and does
not produce prosperity. a much as the
Prlde0t is, for the Republican ma-
Jrt of Coogr esaa rf to re-
Sth tar wUch ssa th the
Shas to =oto w oour
d laws to eet aw coad)
Uous. What is the ue, therefore, of
the appeal to the people mad business
men, who are nseringl from Republi-
oaa mismanagement, for they will
oertally tarn a death ear to those who
have led them to their present pass.
and who have shown little sign of


One of the wisest of men wrote:
"Buter any person to tell us his
story, morning and evening, for but
a twelvqmonth, and be will become
out master!"
In the above sentence we have, in
a nutshell, the innermost secret of suc-
oessful advertlaing-frequency. and
persaltency. and unvarying continuity
In the telling of the story or enter-
prise. There are many other things
to be said of successful advertising.
but in the above quotation is found
the real philosophy, the real seeret-
the heart of the whole matter.

Th. editor of The Sun applreciatem
the action of stonewall Camp. 1' C
V., In showing the appreciation of the
anmbe of the ramp. Individually
and olectively. of the tterest the
paper has manlfeted In their welfare.
and we assure them that the columnas
of The Sun will always be open to
them. It has been a pleasure for *he
editor of The Sun to serve the old
vteran In every capacity in which
he could erve team. and be will a.
ways be found advocating say meas-
ure that is eealculated to redoumd to
the beufelt of te noblae peariets who
bought for the South is the wistle.
Ieoator ItDveridge is eenrally to
the list of "also spokes"

OSave or Omo. City or Totarno.
Lreas Cevvm (
Freak J. Chem make caMth that
be ts sea r of the *Um of t.
J. Chewy & Co.. bog bateel a t the
ety eof Tot oa ematy aia State aor
ad. ad that am arm will pay th*
mai of Oue Ruae Dollars for abh
sAd very ae of t tarr that canot
be eM by the us of Halls Catarrh
Sworn to beWfore me and ubMrtbed
Is my pnefwar, thls 0t day of et .
emaber.A. 1k ISH A W ULrAStON.
I(Sel ) Notary fblie.
Halls C'tawrk a to take tater-
ally. and act directly a the bood and
ummesm tfce o the aytee eed
for "am imtb f",e.
F. J. cHNTArr o. Tot o a
*old by attdn=Wtee6 TMe
Take Haml- Fanly Pai otr oaon-


The, Republican "workers" of In-
dias at tf biesanl "love feast"
ge the no tbm of Fairbanks for
President. Beveridge was one of the
lovers and setforth the promises of re-
form if Fairbanks is elected a*-
tarlI reform "after election." when a
tariff commission hat gathered facts-
amend the raiway-rate law a&I bints
where It is defective-make modern
the Sherman law which now shackles
honest enterprtie. These lient Re-
publican "workers" seem to overlook
the fact that such promises are but
a repetiion of former ones bhat have
never been redeemed, and therefore
pdnlc has followed the boated Repub-
lican prosperity. Of course, ft can-
not be that these patriots are trying
to "work" the people for another lease
of power.

The Republiela te has struck
the Presldet'e us, so the Baltl-
lote ootrreepond" d of The New York
a1*se rportt, *ad e ietary Bona-
parW w ftcopeled to cut down hai
frlstmaegtft list The secretary,
wbhe siked about It, said his ex-
perqhiee s In too wise peculiar.

i A Detroit lawyer who is a member
of the convotiop to revise the consti-
tatlon of Miahian proposes to Jail citi.
eoan who do not vote at elections. If
that were adopted It would require
but another step to compel citizens to
vote the Republican ticket.
The United States Treasury officials
appear to have settled down to the
central bank plan as a cure for flnan-
oial ils. They might as well agree
to turn the United States Treasury
over to Rockefeller at once and have
done with It.

A Philadelphia man recently gave
his daughter a $100.000 coming ut
party. Few papers can afford to play
In a game like that.

A little thing like doing a man an
Injustice has never yet been much
source to Roosevelt.

The Pen is Mightier

Than a fire-engine when your
home im on'fire, because it in-
stantly securtl the entire value
of your homie1-thlat is, when
your inni is Denned upon a
strong ji>liey for

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N W I BW VAlleged lardeter of Woan t No tratl i more forcibly manifested in physical ile thn theold saying
Toa Mot Amswr to Chur.k. e .et- like;" for ajust as the otprin., of healthy aneld are blessed
Tig00 *with ptu-e, rich lood, insurinug health miand stren th, as the ebiI ren of blood
tawp is borng for oil in formal opening of the 'Over the tatit:d p.areutie inherit a polluted circulation to brdenm their existence
county, where he has exteiinson of the E C railroad on AID WOMAN KILLED HERSELF wit' .lIisea and suffering. Swollen gland.l ahout the tWk, brittle bones,
a" of lan 4 covering a bu- Januaryy 16th. .' ait l expected-ea kc .es, pale, waxy complexions. running sorn at itialcess and general
airt o n covering a bui. ,Tanuary 1tth, wha it 1s expected h.ltharethe ural wa in which Scrofula ,s u,.>niff In some
e fle.L that trains will rn froiN Miami to That Was The Story Which He Told clir h.lth, are the u so al wavs in which o rofula i s im: tfeWs. In 0atme
arlba the last week in December Knight's Key. and thre connect with in County Judge's Court, But It t:,t it fr ,lirth l i mntled miserable with suffsving. Others who Inmerit
were toar hundred and seventy- thestearners for Hia\iaa. This will Sounded Weak, and Bureen Was te'11 'i',e succeed in hollling the trouble in check during, young, Vigooa80
ei'Otlf at fish shipped by express .horteu the time ilfrol New York to Remanded Back to Prison. life, bmt !i an the system has begun to weaken and lose -s natural wty,
to the various mar Cuba a half day. ard cs eially after a spell of sicknewa. the ravages of the dis(case will eCtm-
S- Jim Ilureen, the neiro \\Io lu charg- .rn',ce, and in a manuy cases terminate in Consumption, S. S. S. i\ the
Henry Endicott Jr of lto ed with shooting to death at Tioga on very trat uent for Scrofula. It renovates the entire circulation and.
J Call has handed down his rul- Endcott. r ot theafternoon of Nove r a wo- drives out the scrofulous and tuber
--J d elu handrrertothe bill of co has bought the stret railway property the afternoon of Novem"r 1T a wo" S deposit8. q S. S. is tih greatest of all blood
ft Sh dam=r or to the bill of com- man, Lula JohnsonMit.-,lulaWash-..8SN t
tIn toe larrount t eb o of the North Jackso,\~ ille Street Rail. man, Lul a u Johnson alias ia vat purifiers, and it not only e to the very
e i a the Clay county wet or way, Town and Improvement Com. ington. alrhs Lula Bur.rn,. was lven t Iottpm of the trouble ant removes the cauts
election case. The victory went pany. popularly known as the "negro a preliminary hear or County r and cures the dina ease, but it supplies the
b -i- street railway" in Ja.ksonvllle. It's Judge Mason Wednesday. and bound weak, anaemic blood with the healthful
Wlth tae arrival of cold weather reported that the road wil now be over without ball to :await the action PURELY VEGETABLE operties it 1. inneed of. 8. 8. 8. Is nade
g North Florida has her usual come the property of the Jacksonville of the grand Jury at the spring term entirely of healing, cleansing r obh, hre b
of vagrants and tramps who Electric Company. f the circuit court. there apparently ad ba.-ka, a ny n lutel y safe aoutfmedy for youn of oldch ook
-l t the State in orertosee d to be little sympathy for the t wto T SloodaI CO.. AA
the extreme cold. The schoer Eugene Batty. n as he was marched into the MSPICIC C..
The ch er Eugne Batty, bou o of Judge Mason and directed to o .-.
into Tampa from Clearwater, wasaea
a gu ilo-fnos r has a news stand struck by the Government steamer a atateet e tet.
the daily papers of every city Oeneral Timothy J. Pickering, whiebl t tI wo man, with whom be wtestifed
Imeptare In the United tates was making her regular run tohle lvan e hie wfo died fwhrom the of.
S rd. The stand is on forts. The schooner was struck oof a gn- t wond rtl
and mn be moved from place the starboard quarter, opening up I ted by herself. He hot wo ted that WHY IT IS 10TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO PATRONIZE US
S st 0 Au t -nbig hole, and in a fhew moments she the woman lot possession of the gun We handle only the Pureet Wine, Whekiee and Beer, and all of our
the store ~ August Buesing, at 153 turned over on her side and ank and attempted to kill him, In a fit of goode strictly comply with the Pure Poed Law.
t~gesodme avenue in Jacksonville, was The crew was ipigck. u by the Pick. madness. He grappled the gun, and We are the Beet Known and Largest Liqor HMen In the State.
ta ometime during the early ering. -while he wa endeavoring to wrench We refund your money If goods are nt satlefuetory.
' onday morning about $200 stolen The Those found guilty of begging oa it from her grasp, the muscle was We have no traveling men or agents; you are net paying their ea
t to bout $200 stolen. T the streets of Jacksonville are given pointed toward her. She pulled the penee0.
hlevM left so olue. jail sentences wuhn brought before trigger, the gun was discharged, and We *et' direct to the consumer at lowest prices.
Judge Wright in the' municipal court. the contents lodged In the woman's We ship goods In plain boxe,-Wlth no marks to Indllete their eon.
The farmers and truck growers of A no-legged white nian who had been stomach, causing her death, tents.
afeo county have organized the Dade begging on the streets of Jacksonville Taking Into consideration the fact WE DO NOT bottle any whiskiles; all our case gods are bottled at
ot Growers' and Shippers' Ans was told that he must stop the prae- that It would seem a diltrult matter the DOstillery.
The main object of the as- twice or suffer the consequences. He for a person to Inflict a nelf-wound -- --
ittion Is to secure more reasonable conUnued to Ibg. was arrested and In the stomach with a shot sun by Now It's Up to You.
ranmportation charges. sentenced to :3i days in Jail. Jack- manipulating the trigger with the w
sonville has i>l; for such unfor- fingers, together with the fact that DO IT NOW and Send Your Orders to
Charges of brutally, insufficient tunates to be takin care of and will Hureen made haste to goet away. It is,1
bod and the shackling of prisoners not allow then to stand on the cor- said bare-footed and hatless, after the
A the county convict camps of Es- ner of the streets in that city and an- tragedy, caused the court to hold him E
iabtl are contained in a letter from noy all who pass without ball.
tit* Uapsrvisor of Convicts Fitz- The storp of this trnvedy is well
1id, who made a recent inspection. THE NEWS FROM BELL. known, having bee-.publibhod on two h
former occasions. It might be well to
t ,hrytig is in preparation for the A Double Wedding-Mercantile Chang. state, however, that Ilurn succeed. Jack sonv ille, F lorida
-- e-Personal Notes of Interet. ed In making his escape, and was
Miallimt f Comfit 0f oDell, Jan. x --. C. Fl*toher has later captured noer Baldwin by the The Best Known and Largest Liquor House Im the State.
bought J. A. \Ward's store and general Duval county authorities, where ho
Line of merchandise. and will continue is said to have bwen hMin since the These prices include eupresa Thee prieee dO not InlAude empre
the business at the Ward stand. fatal day. hebriff omnwell was noti. charges. charge" If you went Me to prepeyt
The Bell Merc'antiile Co. wiM oon fled and wentt to Ja"a vllle and. dd a felw L a 7
E D UTTO ANK duct their buin n the store-room brought the prisoner h, 4 qts. Forest Lawn Rye...$ 37 add fllow I S.
under the MNasouic lodge. Extra qt. Forest lwn Ry... ; 4 le,
Dr. I.P PhillKt and family return. Pencil Vender Burne to Death. 4 qts. leechiand Ryo.... 175 t or Rye........ .
Sf SiabI- Fteli ed to Atlanta (Ga. this week. Irvin Worcester, Mast, Ida. .-DenaI.. I qts. Ileechland Rye..... 8.00 ed R ........
t te Close of business D. 31, 1907: will complete his mndleal studies this Dr nacollt. a oe*Iled pee a peiler 4qtsily........Rye .......... .
toeterm. wae burned to dea,' in a fire' tIn 4 qts Glen i .. Mutiand Rye .......... :.,
St erm. ahation Army housw Tuesay nv ,rr 13 qts. Glen IUly........... .00 Maryland Moaogram.... S .1
ondensed from Report to the State Nathan Roherts returned to the tog. One buraeI 0,14 r!uc ol 4 qts. Jim lucknor Rye, 40 s............. 8.0
wog. One bond: i efo rir o'-^ 4 qts. Jim Ituckner Rye,, 4,00 Rou J^ll............. 8.00
Comptroller Dec. 31, 1907. medical institute In Atlanta. Ga, this lodsers .ba narrow ,' t, i, 12 qts. Jim Iturkner Rye. 1000 cbolpU ......... "
week. these rutlng or tf',ie taken e ut I. rw ........... "
RESOURCES. Mrs. Phillpot of levy county has the police half clotd. 4 qts. Woodford County... 4.60 go U., I
eans and diocounts...... $19,313.01 moved to ell Her many friends give I qts. Woodford County.. 10.60 t ............. 0 0
its from banks and b'nk're 17,849-.44 her a heart)'y ome. 4 qtA. oe i Valley ...... .. 6 .0) .i. .... 6
d M e .............. 20,000.00 Fletcher & Jones called the school CIENCE PREVENTS BALDNESG 12 qts. Hose Valley....... 1200 Whiskey .. "
S............... 87. house during the holidays, and the -i D .. dy ,e 4 qts. .cho 8pring........ 600 f "
ash T" vaults........... 33,881.23 school opened Monday with usual st 4 qt I. W ar,...... 00 TeGoame ............
Good tte'ndaii c Misses 8now and It aet thin in te wod f- 4 qta. ITve Oak .. .. 04 N. (o . ....... C* 3,5.
Total .. ................, $38i,139.07 Stokes are the teachers,. a ia t be neecsaarliy kM. wo an4 4 qts. l wiwl* Es ........ .o0 e......
IAiiTairES. Marrled., at th,. residence of the wms hear Is not dead at the roots. eed 4 qta. Hunter .......... 0 Ot ............
si.......... bride's father. A II SImmons. on Jan. be bald If he will use Newlwes Herp-t. 4 qts. Canadian Club..... 0. .....0O
nldo4preits ..........,0 .1.seSi ld. 4ustroys the germ thsat eots the hal' lolalld I ......... 3.M
............. .8M79 n0on. and I.Aul< Townsend to Mis ofr at the root; and ens the .c.lp of tied in bhood.. .. . 6 00 up to "
................ 7. Gelie Siuninsru Their many friends dandruff and teeves it la a perfectly 4 qts. J. Pepiper-bottle | New Kiglhad Ra,...,.. " L
wish them a happy New Year and healthy eondlttio. Mr. )anaett, ia the i hed o1 u t g gg
TM ..........r.......lp' $3M ,139.87 Mar d assk. not Mont.. wu I bcm ... 5, p
............. pierasant li. Urltr had. In **'. ,han a month HlerpN- 4 qte. Duly's Malt.... 4).00 ComC. Peach, ApplM, Ap.
Stof orda }uG. T (',T.t', the oil man of High ele ad rea,," ,, i nem** of 4 qts. Amrtran Manl. 5oo00 rit. Baekbetry sad
Sfy g ahbau. Spring'. : Monday on regular grt, and n,,r. did e rk by 4 lare Valley (rew I 10 Barana es.. . '- 1*
X D. rmer, cashier of The Dut- round. lin< oil ca ad I l weeks he had a nlI 4 qta. Stone Mountaln Coin 40 M M " .40
I* hauk. do solemty swer that the ,. C. B Thomas moved yesterday -n o heir Sold hyir d dritoted | 4 ots. ope OtB Toek.. 4 0 Port. brmy., w1tao.
oae Nsateim t ts tree to the beet of to Hell from Tyier. Mr. TBomas l d 8** t ~se ormm.lo to Tile e qt, Deo s "re ., 4 a 4ackt rry WlI, .... 1 &
r awI'gleas ad 1go Interested here In the msreaUtile Ua Ce.. DOiPi. Mkd. 4 .. DIl Ila.. 400 Blackbe I e t... M u
3t W. Cashier. business and the armers' Uslas Two IM1 eenU a 1 .0.. G. Ph oe pto. ...... .0 .-i. ----
ubesribli u4 ,will before as Trade 8tr re J. etford Co.. Ipeel Ants. ANMSUSUKUCH eI*1s. Iadwe Pha, per Me 111 to f
i se 82. SWT. H.P. 303]IU ON. Monday *as very rough and die. A . ..r I pr Aaet (14. NBE port Buw* sr., w l *Mes age a Os s

Nfgy Publie. agreeable-bevy, try algohtO o A f Tamee te
Cwst-*s-.aIUt: 1.MDUTTON.. fence bt blown oowS. M! S- a mI o k U wl Cuart Tomp eAsaa fMury Shslgif, Web|
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Far iV r h ie City wiit the N.
Wadhindemr, 0. T.AS. ?.A1 MM W A., JaO. 3.-Dy v
ry Taft ltaIs R4 *l O wlNtyat = the vter. of the
crossed M ttlteV7 Watllry rhave lrerd f tor
owl "epot, )
a m 7" '_ VW d cVOWas ate W a ait, but b
T im *tdde tr orto"o vwe have voted to
eble eMt i a nn ose I a y tv wot e ,the city
bte o 1"#iMt"a ei Ls t0 3 ee*-V ethe4e t.*w "i ty wui
Sas jmgp ^ 4M m^ e -1 *?.* uAt *** ia opS esm w-ut V OMWnsum

mod- two b.jmMes
t N y fs at a" ,e ma i oratta alut
10,11146 ask 41 sse Tb. ,1-d U l** tes Agoains
"latM it abe IS*asieM*go s 9jt 5t W e reTa S i. M IfWLo ts or U M W
uto ". "0 *.I hterif racediin
,i*eM"t "o.If Is"m~ e Ia 1, s e-rmn lmam 11rt War a Ietopre ao 411e
ets meof -n ol s i .- mei* detplated ow'
"IUAkoKl t a~i.mesWabuht If in to Ow. Tnem. mi Of t#*
oImtbow.L eiheWof City'W eM Ota oh1t Lake,
a 1e 1 t00 1114o WOWb 1 1 21 to Pratt Oi, y Sod f irom edta Moun
sdUtl 4l OMPIa'mg. o Wd iS to Not D M asi n. MAt LLake
Mitg ai ad 004i0eWb leaMP of bbewui slU s of eM gise b Is seven alMesw Mt o the eaort bom
Ia so p91 4t m...... oW MOll Pratt o~tIs fiveo anl west. The
aIn .asgWSl n Itiml ra Io o eauthem city I mlel will eotead aloo
dea ta 3 *1 4e $t to 1 11e rest og xa" MeaoutAl two miles
i esmMh r ter 0Ut16meb tdtufrom the courtbouuee, *wtle the ftr.
No up" V* 0 l *rr w oma has i tt 6r o te f t North Bimizasn are
Ct *Ia t tpin '0 110I S ..e>e silt three lles rom the ourthouse.
yo 'l he prlpal town whleh wil be
l Sf *S in Wnbr safg of talesf 1t IA ad4" to the *grAte
Sftr W o am owt sl 110 l ~as leoft Ili1aMlei dtyarwe North i nnlnam. f"t Bir.
tsm, UM.t r S wm tee pIsmI l s fihn 1a B so wwary o V Fe e t iain, Norwood, :lanton, a3at
is &lamerb"* so Ad V a&k^ Wooe 0~01 dNae4 NMlta, ai X es to L t o m e wMY, SmildM. Grey sot, Owen*
I utab ber gd8dP p-- @tlW sulesal esaametl p I te4n, ZYtM, West had, Cleveland,
1 .4eOmr y, M* wal. MM si-mel "tNOhuW1sasofdos eemury lurvir sad Prattu City.
R0d ltfme Cean of a s-I set SS f -- --a- u--mm ame
'eo 4 mp to mlo th lPI Nt am"1. SHOT THROUGH THE HART.
1 ~tv4.a s4 Iekr surnulgry work ________________
S ldled am tO rah ...Man Was Killed By Assilant Hiding
1 "teopteos altaWr e, vt0 OURGIARS REAP HARVIST. n D.rway.
e fM atttfUe e tf tf s d---- ChbioC Jn. 7.--- olowl n the
I, t It It ellt Ibe 41.R to t Amerlou Stores Are Blseged by muner *of two policeman by wst
bold the Oe t s of s *seedel Thieves Almost Every Day. AM thup last week, Antonio Bar-
Se arleteos pewOna01 sad to Amerlcus, as., Jan. ?.--Amerlcue butto ws baot through the heart Bun-
aTr' seryIet a lte wor as Is the sene now of burgiLrtoius dy and killed instantly by an u-
S ged to be by o ortag wadl pl lts common southwest Georgia sllat hiding In a doorway at Polk
pee p aolery sa grftr laO e citi, recently. Monday night the and Desplaine street. The murder-
M pay lor least of earloe. lbefflM*-lutl"stoon harmwre store* r escaped.
S-----d- DOd prlmacy Were burglar- A revolver, fully loaded. was found
S IOCIR SHOT T ODEATH. ed a* USh r6egltert raltdd, while elu8tcbhd In thedead man's brnd. The
the James Rye mreeo ece was pitm- police think that whie walkingg on
rg Oe f SWt Stnered NW i eft l e. d4 d by thieves sed burned after- the street Barbutto mt some enemy
"Plrd By rlrc. ware. te famnil bolg saway. ad drew Mi revolver reWilz there
ICOlU, Ala., Jas. 1.-4. W. IA ~lfteea hudred deltars' lio was rWolod be a duel to the deAi. Fif-
SMMa pr I at Pe taIs a nsk l astamed4 by the fre. The burglrs ten persons have been arrested as
lt' Iies, it IO a Ise" e et 41r ~s DodMoa's tru stor were suspects.
by by w e W ses sad ideotifieLt white men.
I ~r s he ra. slre ot AOther eiw ltle fs, a our seroes All the World
S it eye, W Wat tle bM s I oooeasled beneath MH relddwe evi- I a st&ag, and Ballard's Snow
tgia. IJit l etat. he aCU* Getly for the purpose of burglarslinl Llniment plays a most prominent part.
Stnt. t. In another rMtdMse recently vs. It hs no superior for rheumatism, stiff
gaV a ged derptoes of the cate6 all gas gets were turned on. Joints. cuts, sprains, and all palas.
1 1'at rWl h1 4lts9e, prel4st probabt for the purpose o burning Buy It try It and you will always
i f It o) lrnbbag .the omt tNo balMunl. use It Anybody who has used Bal-
Sa. tI A's au e eat o Ndo arregts ave followed, lars 8now inlment as living proof
As~et .tr v et theW-w aPeGls ..... of what It does. Buy bottle. 26c.
e at 8to Asaetm' es0 astd* NTERED PLEA OFP UILTY. 0e and $1.00. Sold by W. M. John-
10 to asIr IftU L Whiskey Iler Gets Twelve Months -
SA ea of the poe. er, ls way In Pententlary. Tbmperary Receiver Asked For.
t1 StIOe, wMas e00e emoe to *s* Atlsata. ,IJon Ai-Judre (sahoun con. Cmo lha, a, J a. 8.--Upon the
MgIaM fire tbhe o1t sad gave Uhe voned the rntminRll d4vmVo' of t ie N1test 1 a large wnubr of creditoTs
a hir dMutipUto of lR s city oourt M)tay morning and hseed i the dasay Judf j. J. Kim-
--.-.-- abrut forty tT fthirigi t* day. OW1. of etko Brtmateora result, Mon .
he Joy Oneo of :itemn wai nsginat JA,Af* IPMP. sy manil appolatedi W. rwin.|
e1 is to b&v@ good boW i, d'. a nrt, I.uwhd over undtr lo500 hrlt fme eralo manager of t.o com.-
Us bwo hAeY o dd on th WhaR ,f eatingng whhiskr. ey7, said L R. Adame, present chblM
S ise sad fyt WW have US %*e first vl'ation d,.otert by thf Cierk to the lpwilntentdout te pora.
Sit l0ay. Yen ued no h be blue, eflTeers i i a have that 4ad tute i fiet. 4He pia,.lI nsil:. and was ,,t, rallreid, the hearing to come up Janu
It.] Try a bottle of Hebt*e, tenost to t.t'v namitih, Mary 1S
S;" ive ows for alll Uver omplailtse aontidr eud4 a whte man a pint of -
p.oll. AtUal. Texas.. Writee: "I wta.iky lr ( r.'lnt. ave at days aS&o
.!ks.M.ttn for on a ye., aIar &h, pi'iko *:.,,,, a .d wa m 1t M Ud J I-
S~ S It s ahae rWlator. I gladly ,;e~aay ila,~,tnt i
eamemid It a. a Sn. moettedre for J I <'ash a*alir-"d tor larr~en? hMhIIO b Kiday IN
,, gppsta." r saleMo by W. M John from the tw'Mne in twelve case*. alo Tr
SM ple'ated ully, b hut was not entencl. M. Tobe
"- "ti e dea-e e'atig that a pe of kl'p Kidney tro.blt prre ni.>n thU it n 1,
S PnresIleIt Oee. L.. Olse Doed tomansl weul bo-made Tbursday. liacuLafbtSailtc ,sut,.>.>t,. ..,..;,
I has, pra 6d-et ot the lalHrItod Il COTTON SCHOOL OPENS DOORS. dlre't thr Iel.. ,ae
stsage Coimpasy .M her, Moada, INoRegular Wor of Institution Will SO r si*l.
--- gin Tuseday Morning. IZ'' kt' trunl1.- li .t
Aft hlavy matl, take a tum* of .Atheo. . Jan. 7 -,Motday fat thit i. nt 1t Lt''l-
S Da's Regulaeti, ad give your stalf ter.onu jh,' tl atlertt of t;oral.: Cot mi mn ilorj l,;t, to
sA livwr aDd biewel* tie help they ea fth hool opned lls flrt Maloa tatm I&l... cilt ilts
illneed. Itmlet tbrins e~ea. ruwn- I ere are already serloht a. st aeak L)nC. If the
dar n et bowel dvs thtrti eit farmhe, fNrom tiI.hl" ^nsteqtn't:.. ifthe s.: .'

-- ----- The fps or 1. iwOCIS iw.Chti 1,1 rac~iuqaun I
foesmt Pserttqio of t~he state. ihe etovolul e l 1~.trl.l tile
MOBabhat."1111 tbtr restatralintees 3 10" 1 t 1 .6itI Ctc 'Altitt'~~
V. F. T3U~~~S ot 11 *a.btIn a&s4v e *0(of Shr rows. t'~t ijdtI :kIic6~C(V
1m. IN.Ilu ~webA enu l stop 1 hid be tow r'I' the tit- uctnaat 4
la awrmers whbeWINattead.a"rIt.Ifwtl 1m.T.u ~
UNDERTAKING COO, r, t t shItwo coahimflnoslb.thottalsaeto, k"
lag. *mumbee wto wlleater wuthost toIu~" .,1t"4. I
Payngthei'rr o far Iis adasce bA'4t as T*'. p"Ii lr a
PUL5~ UISorOf LU.' OPealagIt 10e bik.,.4 that)W-1rnu is as II a' Air v*''
NifWw 00053.... r...e,. c'e *
4 IRON Ii g bE wot 1tamgl& %I-%I R 6 a.*t Ly

sd ISObm upd FI* c I1rva ,t ,t 14. t'1 i I*utSwq.

Jeowtbfethe ChI14. sfmsto"the g~msk, kt *I
Oa.'nteviII. ~4srd&. SWaall 3a". cW4 Wkw fre, tg aw4
b 06hebut aos. t1wIbnhom ~ ~ 9~~.' *~

JANUARY 9, 1908


Old @d uggMm .....Sl

GeoraCorn am. . *** SM

The Swift Creek Distilling Co.
*fI We DLtMU It-It's RJUt.

* s


Rye or Corn Whiskey
Express Prepaid

tose's "Ask the Revenue Officer" whiskey is rich and mellow,
Iwrfretly pure and full of nourishment--will restore strength and
rrbuild tissues.

Four Full Quarts $3.40

Express Prepaid on Southern
Express Lines
In ordering, specify Rye or Corn, or both

r have gi vrn thel ame ".%tr'" t.) our b st grade of corn or
ri.e ahiskre; it is theknd ph.i,'imns andl peeciaUsts have pre-
tr.ciri ,n.I recommnided for ni diranal use. It is an aid to
t-11. I %tmuiant and a maMgnfiTrnt tonic. We guarantee Atr. Rye
,r ,ra to lie the equal of ivy j ahiskey to be had for the m00ay.
an if a trial order i not r t satisfactory, we refund

",Ask the Revenue Officertr
r !i'ke it a rule to hl ,c %erv order by irst ctpre.t

R. M. Rose Co.

16 '. For rf-th Street.


Chfcr Iorim ns*rt Poit

. ........................

o' r'



Whiskey of

rHAT Is the only kind we WW d/vld and
Isold That is why our whiskiesad
S pw to the customw who wMas
firstder-and continues so--that is why w !
the c dofidme* of thousands
Whiskey is either pure or something ee. We
select al the grain carefully; use only p0m war;
ae to fun maturity in our own -waehoms, M m.
dst ttm odr whiskies Bach the customer i
pMckags. This protects the-
Maegads our goods from Invidlous ad a
by middlemen.
Our whiskies have no equal for use In he sick
room, being who some and tonicy to we st -
achs; they are the best to serve your f
will appreciate their purity and e y,_i
mellow flavor. The natural vim and vigor of
Corn and Rye is concentrated in pure liquid orm
in each of the following brands:
Four Full Quarts (In glass)
Fl t Krea ckyrBourbon * S PareOldCo * *

'I 17 i (()ATFi.



i ~ 1 ,1114ngn to



of the Rites of the West In.
di Cult of Obeah.


F'11,~r nrrvidmot p ol~nt mole. me
he! tr1i1%vor.'e
to :~~!thlb ~nh~ It the
to i''ur tt Vt, 11 1p e courtt to an~-
fr lit!;sls.he' pvrs tb.- obeah
P, t ~ r hetwnt-, .~a 'M1"fix tie ee
m ::gil.-ra:k, Pr' it ~the wll bet
'1> e~l ret.~apq ho bhnR been '
ir I out (if hits "'Wc .v In do,
l*' kt'~:';cIfor 1 idt ya


D 9N T 18 1S.
OlEM* over Duttas & Co's. i~aa

'.tr tinlIF tor. In that came the'
That Is the Root Ide of the Pecu'iar "'l**i rx-i.t1 , rrrt'p. for a choice DR. DaVERE U. MOPRIP,
Sdligles eof the Negro Nativ s. .,'"'-ioun of the ':iot p1wv,'erful spell*-
Droed of the Obeahrran and the Su.- Dch" nT aIT tlt nr I !," let:' hones and
oprsatien of the tnla:e S3tick. ira. '3rd enrth- to 14e plted in the ,..* .DE TIST.
SmItnli ster's I ble for tfn to stRTte u'pe
2R40 of.the late Sir Waiter Re. wh UL: bL htk4 ut t:,. ttxt of hll ser
anat'q novell "The World Went Very t on. Tien, if the .*' a.h works prop. -Oge overMarens iBderl. rirw a iarlU
o eli Than may remember the ,lnk*t;r ertiy. the errniI den. tn, wIl he rcwelved __
iM h~inaman. Mr. Brinjes. and the I!.' to office wit!i'.t n1iunouiugl his'
ao otilek. by means of which he coa. ca :-, *' the lliI;,: l>,> Juas. DR. POBT. CI BOWER,
fled every negro he "net to do his I',s '- hot'olat'e l':d Itomeo want D '
bldiaC. It Mr. Brinjes were alive tL- n l:)e p'uiter tit Wk, <'.ky Juliet DENTIsr
v In the st ldles l kind 'I lhe obealb n.:j III obli lgel him. DENTIS.
Sthe West Indes he Il a moo a qurr' with his nelh
to ,be a vwry great obeah man-the or? lio inti bu. a .:tl of some filthy OBeo to Miller Law Exchange
&W priest and king oi our colored mixture. anJ If he sprinkles but a few
drops of it ou hlt enemy's banana O Phnoae No. >B; R *ideno No. I
Duow Alw\years spent In Jamaica, *'pi,'u or yr.m puat. i the crop will
'a d eth1es West Indian Islands I wither nm.,! shrivi ti p. if you have
St Obeash and Vandoux-botb to (Aicharge a coliored servant. Ibware
at the west African fetich- of OlaIwh! lie probably will Mot try .B R Ir I JL,
gv@er generations ago lu to iooIaou you. tIt it 1i oertainly anny- T.
WN I-- are the real beliefs of ing to iald driel1 cockroache and Ur
Ss of the blacks, ar to yI our whbtky and a dnuatture ATTOREY-.AT.LAW,
10411111i00W Gr Pvei 6rafte' d eoiffin placed prominently on your p1*
411 t ft I Is aalcan illage low when 7ou go to twed at ulght.
ismaseo, bsao111h main Even colored men of edmlufNti and OGa. vu.a. FLOIarn
has u lly mon power than the par- offlcal position are often talat4l with
,-1k'W this pr ed On In a Vety Oliahlism. The"- ofte.u make h of It
wtlk *OlSame. it `wa on a 8unday for profit and to in.renao tihe powea AB ER, MATIMSON & BAXTER
411ata iWAthbpe ple were trooplnS over the Icuornnt n.e-(oe. Thea mV
e*a%1t of with their colored min- latto chatriman of a i nrochlal baud- ATTQRNkYB-AT-LAW,
bWts. Thelocal obeah man was passing the Juuailci.ij, f le nhleont of oCr eonty A
by 'and mocked them. The parson coulncil--was ',t to JaU for praetic SOLICITORS IN OHCANCERY.
ervously attempted to rebuke him. Ing Oinh o1b a rfew yours ago. A -
but he tb w bb snake stick on the proumtih.nt x.:n'.w r of the Kingston GAINESVILLE, Alaeohua Co., PLA.
fpWn4.and cried defiantly: city e',t:tll v:iat to !e':utdln obeah mna Oee iu Havmroans look.
"; yu o go tofe b'llee Obeah, yah! In thit islhn1(,. t0'4 pimtlta of the cultl---- -.
DBfc gme stick. I say him turn lie was < t: the polhke could yBFRDINAND BAYER,
lnto ulhkeif yoU touch him.+" ievr ,Pntch hl,;i anit''ugh he was Sup.
The sUtk .Wa left lying on the psed to ni Ae over 3Mt 0 a year by ATTORNEY AT LAW,
round. 11 ft ven the colored minister hhi netarioru, piruc:Iw. Once some doe A riavLL. t ..
ted to tonh-it. He had been educat- tectivep rai e4d I a theological college, but be had ed timiely w;" iin' : and fled. leavliug Iis
C qilte =etgrown the superstitions hlr.vrn of stri:i, n'. 'r -s to deal Oan sell you lity property, (im.
that vesetenoulcated i blh yoath. with tf:e l:itr 1,, I hety tcwat theu, proved sad uninmproi'ed), pho0phan0
The rot Miea of Obeahism and Van- within nn i 'i i th'ir liv.s an4 then tV|I ang fard ng lands. ien4 bil
doso Is the worship and propitiation ltt:, thnr i., ,*.* ponl. a liat of wbat you offer for sale. 2149n
at tie snake god Obl, a west African ob-llsnhl Is i .,-pt rt cr,hck an sternly
word typifying the spirit of evil. na posfhle I- fl,%- IIrlil::h WeAt Indlw 3 ARLISLE,
Vsagdox is the more extreme form of if it we.-c n..t th v*o colonilL Would ATTORNKY AT LAW
Obeak practleed Ina Hal, Santo Domin- goon reovrt t, th* andltlon of Ualti-I
go and the Prech West Indies. Its esse.:tlni.nv~.e.r. ornamented by gold And Bolieflor in Equity
rites are always accompanied by the lace.-Lom.on (;:.i e. -
aertloe of fowls and soots and In Re' Eesase, Ooveyaneln an6d Oea.
only be many casee by the offering up oral Prestlee. All bueinese prowIly
Of the ~oat without borns"-the hu- attended to. O 1 e n it door to wnP
sman aMele usually a yoang girl orR I A .
3Pltr.UIveral ases were Mclaly pe lo I.t an C o FRANK CLARK. THOS. W. FlDIFU
Swhom I was In HAitL How many .
ogi ecse to light can only be Tke K Yo Have A ln l
; The s Tlonely s and mo.- CLARK & FIELDING
taan caves where the devotees of Van- Bearso the q fl em
doux emaog the orgies of a Walpergis gaa tu-, lauAw'er4.
light geldem give up their secret.
There are two sects of Vaudoox, the -----
white nA the red. The former, which EAST INDIAN SERVANTS. Prectes e alln ourts. state as
only beeres la the sacrtOce of white -
fowls and goats. is tolerated by the An Amusing Compliete0m Over a DO" Federal
laws o Haiti. and Its rites are asa co- of Mediesne,
monly practiced as those of the church. The eipriences of an gEnlsh hooe .
But eves the red seet, which stands for human seartifce. Is seldom distance of one of the amuosla expert. O l -.o l
laterlte with. The authorities dare once is gten. OAIMI iA rlORDA
not snppmen it. for their own police The old gray tberded baUter a
mme awd eobdieft stand In awe of the noeaed at nrboon e day tat the 1 1
"papaiet and "mamalol"-the priest dishwasher was ill with fever. but 1fI T
ad prinetess o the enake god. that it I would give he sam mMd. lsdIUIIUU )U IOIssn
More than that, there ive been prm cine he would soo be able to rsume Alaskan moay In s SIA M s o u
Mdents e Hati to recent years who be- bis work. I bappened to have oe by aICm, bo 9 miles milroa5d S
lieve i Vandosux Hippolyte was een me, but the .atter was are mt. clesa mis i ro adi, U pouIetlee,
a "popeaWl himself. He beat the black dishes being Immortant Iu pe seehookle, fl pboephaoe
guRteM drum la the streets of the O-Ca he go to the cboeamlst do you plaSte., 3)esaw millsl. IP ) oonrt
capal to call the faithful together to' think. for some pbysteif I give him a boese, foer soge ope and pro.
Me him kll the sen-el fowl. Another letter?" I asked. "I dot know what doose eore, sotlue, riee. anionr,
prlsdent, Georad, tried to do his duty; to write for." e.ts, fry, po"to pineappi,,e. (..
and taUep out the e1t A terrtofl re. iOb. ea." he said; "he is quite able S*s. p *I. pear. t plum., p1.
renge w tanke epoa him. Ills youn to go lIat short dstseM" ars, al lld t M* ve *tabl
daughter, Cora,was shot dead as ab* I that wVaO meeo the bIet 11
knelt te prayer beore aftr fie way te mit -o-l gO ie #U Cut S6 More.
chleh I Perta Prties. Today there him what was proper. So I wvte:
to a tuM4 of the red mect In the Hal- *m give st, teer a dee of mA.' H orteen s .kasehbM,. two publi.
ti. ep1m, me. by a titphaI arch in. li.e say be has h esr." -1ool,the 1Jn(rselsy of florlMa.
which it sMeribed with them unctue | fre 10o loqstre ab.t tei t wo mw e., s.e'
1W. I"-- "" *ow Is the dishwaaysVf I maid. U."- Ie.. aler
Uwiw fla. government Obeoaehi "lie to much teller, IMtlir bf." h ; erwe faiste
perfers tebsa forms I danerous "Ah. then be toes the phyir?" ries, ese M g i.s swealeem f-ries,
to the -M esril then t doe to "No. your ahlgn Ies be--hr se. Fellseds.loonfilkeolevm
HalL, b- it men M e emt a coe- co. y too' tie phyeis." *lasheg mpeatese. m e I
st f ile t lelli 5s males ad the -The baaar eglyT I etalaMd. multesrr, e.e rUy -W
tItii West ladies slsad it Wha tr eornel p *,e SqkaS ?? -
It t. W nln f.eII .e.lptodo "The d, bhwater Me t' C ty uee St..... s .. I..."
and ee 1 Odii5t, 0e 1 daiys errands 1i1 may feqtb a the physile. si the mi-smi .
O wea Wo o1 wh ate I M pe \ So tie rooty ldsS flbI titSW Op
--t "tof t.- -r" days thM astir pr.ezd phys"r t hem todd ber o e
he. bee at ae esew ebest seer en r i ** IIth It C*y o The FlOridA
M sibb I to d o hs f eri the oldM *)t for me is the meicrie. tae t y and Tvil* |
way. aaoort man I t is o blu.' W td Trck browI
IWhiB 3 541 J-a::, as .M s* s "i th. OP n .at-er l. -r!e am ..
Wn -e>n e-ae to a M a mes, tr rri-n. ~JTe to weVE."* S? js *' VruPr,

vhs..~ta Oe~ dd be Cr9IP41s)m WONI w ftu 0 ban
Pdoes W I uming p""n Sium wit many lu tisw --, MWi a be Was NWt W&A. "IAs
MW Bell --- of -r am m e UW IAA. I**t -W1 Ovehif beeaIse.
hip;M*Me-, ans -I- heb pf sod They ~ kiUM 410k M."E3 1.....
3~qkW b am a "a" e _____ u ... *#....
haft_ e -Carrie k -f --*

a m ton"a0 of OF Hto5 a11 am meshe aglo AmT memo
~~O 'MRO -s IMP. a ao ondo'__
'* "$ tLg f t gesm --d pv 1 do-ves
warn. it oo otof C. IL- ON," god"
vsk'aw.1 MWMI1 zoo S.
~~on Is-B ~ ~ =


Jocksonville Qind New Yorl;,
Calling aI CtIARLE6TON 6. 0.. both way>
The Inest Stsmemu $ In the Claitwo S8rvle '
O(lyde New Euglaud and Southern Linei
Freight 8ervuio* Bet ea JAOKONViL-l,08aTOeN and
PROVIDWNOU, and AUll sfSPolate,
0alliln as Charloowa both waye.
Southbound .... .......... ..... ...... oP h*Lwi' Wharf, Bnttc
tofthbound...... ... ..... FroIm oo of WeanlgtOl ., .. Jka oalil.

Civl St onqi 1
Bestwen-JAOedsdWtLI. tN* Ok*trono
tlopping as Palatsk, Astor, BIeresled (DeLiad), and lalureadate Lading

Stemers "CITY OF JACKSONWiLt' sd "fR1 I E BARY'
ar4 appeiln dto$0lfl *Mfoe t1w!m loa* JAdoh ily ex-pt
dataurdays, aS 8:80 p. ROesumi.1t0.e #WMAie0, daily
-- - -- . .-.I .... .. -- " ..- .' ....

Lewe 3:30 p. m..................Jackheonvllt ..... .......Due 6:0M .gaL
I vfe9:00 p. m. .................Palatka................ ave 10: Mhp.a
Il Ve 3:00 a. m............... ..A to ..................Leave 4:04p.a .
LAVoe .....................Itereford (Deand)............eave 1:00p.IL
DMe 9.00 a. m....................anford........ .......aAve 10:004a.m.
Due 10:30 a. m................ tw pr ................ F 10:30 m.I.
Pasenger and Ticket OfflS*, III Wet Bay Street, Jasteenvilll.
H. II. RAYMOND. VIce-Preldenit and General Manaser, New York.
II. B. MAYNARD, P. T. M. A. 0. HAGURTY. 0, P. A..
Pier 36., N. R., New York. Pler'3, N. R., New York.
I.. 8. SCROHIILR. C. A., rI M. IRONMONOUR, A. 0. P. A.,
Loeasburg. ila. JaeksMgvll rla.
L. P. JONK,8 T. iP. A.. JOHN PENDRmRW T. P. A.,
Jacksonville., Fla. PIer 8. M. R.. New York.
C. P. IROVAI.L. Ag.ont, Jarkounvllle, MPi.
General Offtoa. PIer 31. North River, Now Yorkl



leftileN sad Jobbove- U

Isand Fancy Broceriss$,
Irols, Sari.. Se ad iiFarNztl&es
is mai'tes prteepauldforv Oblebood m "Egsad @othrridAwn.

A low'I'lowWsunk of may corn ( inesFto IsrwiaArapmeal, otto0016 $6Noel
and2 9a. We handifONm iXthe 94, W s s O

Taupa &Jacks~onflIe Rai'

IA-aVe (hlairwowvilh' for Micittiopy, Fairfildt and k).

Returniilg, firrive atine-~,villig . . .,,..
IA'al't (hifinho-mvill.' for iiio 'toriCityp platke,
IRikt* (City, iiidot IDtI, anid ill 1jinits North

4:25 pm

6:00 pm

Ittlrimiug, arrh.' (Iiv e 0 t il4 .....0.-.0. .9:20 p
I. B. Cutler, Gen. SUPI. L. F. Serkst, TI~b.gilt.




North, Ssuth,t EM a. d Wei*

T11rough Pullrman -ervio. on All Trahos

Consult the "Purple Folder"

F'r d'.t adilel infur, stion,

mchawltaIn, raw&&l rowr-

nation, g" your nexts"t Ticket Apol
or write or call oni

71" Aj
Adw* Co"S Ikies

N)Ivishn m. Aptv
A -` & "mqsoLiif


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l *Prof. John W. Wim an, for several
years prinpal of the Gainesville
SOraded sad High School in this city,
but now of DeLand,. s here on buso-
SlMr. and Ms. J. B. Dale of Inver-
ness, who have been here for several
days on a pl ant visit to their son THE GAINESVILL
t W. M .Dalte, turned w their home E
16_ Al~l AL & 0 0 We mea what we say, and say what
d * we deelicious. e w w y we will sen at HAS BEEN MADE J
eastomer's price, not ur's. Seeing s
believing-oom sad see. Gainesville
5 and 104-Cot Store.
Jesse I. Griffln of Jonesville is in
-the city. Mr. Grimfn is still walking
0 way more than a year ago, in which I
SShe sustained serious injury.
YP Y /It Will not be OrW fault if you do not
Stake advantage of a real sale. We are P. S.-Business is grove
here to wait on you. Courteous and factorily in all c
honest la our cost on each article.
O Gainesville 5 and 10-Cent Store.
& in llSl& M Pr It will pay you and pay us to buy
"9S t ldC ^_rr.m,__ T ~ at a r'l Isle. We have too much
.ft R Ro r Gip e su of Tatr stock for the dull times, and we are
willing to sell more for less profit.
.OrOU.D AO iu1MI IE OVW Try us. Gaineaville 5 and 10-Cent
,,. oA CHARM*Store.
t uWit a i. W. Clyatt, a prominent ab-
stractor of Ocala, and a brother of HA M
i, & to Iy aLL J. Clyatt In this city, was here for F*M
a few hours yesterday. lie was en
route to Bronaon, where he was called Truly a piece of Jewelry
on business., sor. Our line is a complex
J. J. Burton, for many years a rest- most newest styles, with price
dent of this city, but who Is now llv. certain to make appeal to th
Ing with his family in Jacksonville* we have the plain and Roi
remits his subscription to The Sun, perfectly plain--pace for pic
and asks to be remembered kindly to
his numerous Gainesaille friends.
We have on hand a carload of -- MIT a
SIJoh R. Zetrouer and o, JuUce bananas, 1,000 bunches, which must
AN nd Zetroner, were !n the city from so. Good fruit, 10 and 15 cents a
NMEMRobelle yesterday. doen 60 to cent a bunch.All Marriage of Young People.
A real sale, that's all. Don't believe four places, Opera House block, There was a marriage at the par.
Sit? tCom and be convinced. Gaines. Candy Kitchen, opposite Brown House, sonage of the Firsat Methodist church
:i vTllle t and lO-Cnt ietors. land West Union street. George & In this city Wednesday morning, then
4 ii d W mg (M UMin Allie Buallock of Ocala is In Francisco. contracting parties being Norman Tay- R
tWW bf 0W the city, a guest of Niss Christine Mrs. Ella Rives of High Springs lor and Miss Anna Taylor, Rev. Nixon |
M RichardU, North Oak avenue, was a guest of relatives In this city ofclating. The marriage came as Can
U ONAL AND O .AL ITEMI Dr. .W C. 'ohnson of Micanopy Tuesday night and Wednesday, re- quite a surprise to friends of the
..pent Tuesday In OGalnesvlle on a turning to her home on the after- young people, but all -will extend to N
S W1a6 H-s N Md 'nd What is combined buaistea and pleasure trip. noon train. Mrs. Rivet was en route them best wishes for a happy mar. the
S. Dr. Clyde L. Carter and family have from St. Augustine, to which point she ruled lifp A bet
Sn removed from 506 8. University street,! accompanied her daughter, Miss The contracting parties e well. gent
as T 'INhGt "Ho Wh Irune May where they have resided for some Kathleen, who is attending the con- known young people The om s a
NI fN P Int S rlim time, to 308 E. Union street. vent there. son of Z. T. Taylor, while e bride Ts
t wpape A e ale at The The rea2of nine ladies out of ten Mr. and Mrs. J. P. I. Hell and Mrs. the daulhtr of Mr and Mrs. A. S
I" L O have their calling cards printed or liell's mother. Mrs. 1. E. Gruelle, are
fay year water rmet by 10th last., or engraved by The Sun, Is because we enjoying the novelty of camp life in R,
ye will be o t off give their orders prompt and lpmro)nal ltalHa's hammock for a few days. 3 U
ve found th mention There nty of small game report. iot
A b adverdedI the want column. Yes., anything we have in our store edr i the ha'mock. %hhch, with Mr. lw
S Bad th "Wat" column If you oes at customer's price after tllinigI liell' superior nmarksmaship. Is an is iS e l
Wes an1 II laMs especially a cottage you the cost. Olve us a trial and tell annurane that the party will have }.,r
your friends. Gahnt'svllle 5 and 10. plenty of game. in *
Or"r ...rsoSet
A ret sale at your own pritm. B.e Dr. Crow to Lecture. 5 CWeents Per i
It we don't a It. (a.eeatlie 5 We will tell ynu later how hlog our I'rof. C l. ('row. of the (lemartn,..nt
sa It e t sMa real sale will last. Watch the ads of mIr uag,,,. nlv.r.lty of EaC ln.C.rlrn b n A
last.tb the p r.(iftm',dern higuagei,,'niviersitof f Each insirtion, but no advertise.
Hs. T. A. Dke and son, Roland, thep r t stay at home, for orida, will Ihcture in the auditoriur ent taken for less than 20 cents Six
wetI n the city frnnm their homne at Itwill not lant ul)1I (ui'tlto ill" of the tahivi.'ville Graded and High a
Saf Fa t0hl.l-lCentfrlwords m no a line; no fractional lines,
la Fe e itrday t and .t tort choolK Thursday aftert.oon. beginning very word over each si counting a
,a Town awL n ('aptaih A. 'aul. p'iw ylal ag' nt of at 2* *: ',wk anr additioral line. CASH in advance
S na Tofw wlowr ,' yksa lan th Inlted 4State'i land off., a re Dr ('rows subject iuIon thii mst. u(t af',ln.y all orders for lnser. S
S la this city on l ,auK l ws tur. .rol . .yld ,ti*hr ,e i 'nll ,n a I t he I tl'u atl n it l ons n tis column. a
Mr,. Matherson alud illn. Halih. ,,,..ral dI,.>, ','n 'lft l I u l,: n'- lr row i spe I nk..r of _) .
a sater of Itochr.ll. favored ' ville frtwda with a. vsitl )~ete.riay t the h r, \e m.n lsiu.,,,,, to in.,truct l)Itl'V I')R RENT. A. L Vi'dal
SSpelfy IIuwe KlhtwMn If I u ar. dil ,xpe 't you to profit b. 'ur real Al,,, A cordl"l iiltatlon i 'xt nlld d t,
s atlitedl with II. ll tortr e xtrua't you whi'h 'tort..d M~o d.i.y m a'rinii g at th' plt ,ublh t no a ttnd hi l..triir I'It i L.\T l';r:n l.r h'd rooiis A Gil

have1 Stott thil.u. .llo-ltld4torne l.a~ ~)h .: WILSON'S SPECIAL SALE. H t'It ti ., lro otia
The 111"t ra 4 ri *1litslehiwf. VN 'bU (U 4 p ~'t tlviii II AThee UnLadies' Long Cosit.-AII Now, This Sea. SmithI* r pplyit nol,
(alaicait's le ..trttdA lt4t '1 1 trv- M S it ae ,
day~~0! ofofli avi'''la '; I ,mI printedti t lt *. prirntit-d)chenjoiter so n's Good e--No Old Stock;Il
I and 1l0-Vetnt Nn hiaiaY ir.hill'ieoV. h..fomAyOhe trI t : urnish.*d 11,11
a t'kiaiim ia- o tt of trh iae, ic which wait'r. Our Regular $4.50 Coats $300 -I' 12.I r for light houuroke,up.
r.rImqyw rett t it ultiank.t~ake" :%till hihb %Iare Our Regular 18.00 C6dlb 53.40 tiCNI .A. 'Ihrutiber. ,i11:
Uia1Wtreflr WI('hrem 11 Iao ~ar~~.,, 1Our Regular 17.00 Coats $4.50 Nlk it
ach, on trujt ital .ig 'tii'~ N1 tr 1 4 Ill. I. t and Our Regular $.00 Coats $4.00
sad 4tli 1)'' *Ira. m, l ~r 1'.% it tit% i Ito. .Our Regular $111.00 Coats $S.00 FORt SALE.
.J~hni~tta'r,' Ol 1.' ~ 'Iiu a Wait%. ^%-rt- IliuthpCity Our Regular 112.10 Coats1.0
tbrei' eor four %s*ai sle, tb ~iIIt Ii i 'I w .It) Irei. llttwi, i iwt o t'p ia'. 'jr Our Regular S1I1L00 Coats$111.50 'E It A 1.1r.' -Hd artn% ,
lef11 Qt -I~dA f 'at.v'a -1-4-.1 ~ il 111,011 M r h-'ll 1 -.0 t A. I 1 1'r.1 i, 1 a11', c, (t,, to)ii aw- Our Regular 116.50 Coats 112.75 vr.t. rr 'i r legal V (rk
he1 Was called oll hutliaao'eA rt, %tivi hrv tt,N it i3 ~'~da ftow LADIES' SWEATERS.
~-- ----~----44-- ) a a Lth re' Our Regular $S.U5 Sweaters
81-0F0. Y. Ilrred l'lynit~uth
41 ino-sti. N A'uo'~ hap.' ~ o qmnt ~aterlayOur 1Re110 ar1$2A 0Sweaterts $1.25 ~ ' m W TJn, ~
X, VP 00m t i I'.~tit)was .1 SN Ivh. ~ia pro. Our Regular 62M 0Sweaters 11.50 .I- ', ,,
twaotht ti V ',0tk p.I-eI,.'l ne wetahatit -if 1Ito.holk Mr Our RegulAr $3.00 Swtvieater's $2.00
I.%tI ii-' I f V SI0411 "tie14. u .10(t) urcbiAard 4`the OtitR 0ular SIM50`11111416M 52.40 SOARDERS WANTED.
5 Ala tirultieneors i4sily ?Iervnilitheimteadr% ts of Ueiins l'tioel'aOur Regular $" 0Sweaters U-60 -______
ito*e'leamptl 1114 t'ulasm, In 1htk'bell,. sitew %ich tinip he b" Out Rqgulae 6-m$- *to 41 ru' 111'ah T 'e: '-,)~JJ.r anaa
1 01. l) J. XK DULIL. JU '- roPt& ry bUilt Up *Svery hArn1inme. trvatl.% MRSft. WILGSOk. sifr~t, r-,f,'r'r.~ 1" F_ .main St..N.
A REAL StALEK at 0alisesil. 5S and,




wing very satis-
)ther ways.


to gladden the heart of every pos-
te and beautiful assortment of the
ces ranging over a field that i6

e humblest purse. In Solid Gold
iman-finished effects, Gem-set and

inesvilleF .

irem4 Fleer-eit te 1tgee.
realeatly Leated Tet Privat
ot "the oldest bank in the city" but
oldest established restaurant, the
equipped, and the place for ladies,
lemen, and children.
regular Meals. Trading Tlokets.
e do not promise something for
linst, but give you the best service
illhe at a n'amonable price.
*ecial ipperm for parties served on as
t notice andposlsible. Everything good
*aso. Open early and close late.
e the electric s ta OAFZ. Or motto;
try to do wBht we praoaie."

ss N. Norton

ovelties, Books, Stationerj
ou wenirs, Sbet Pictrs
id Pirtnre Prames . .

206 East Liberty Stt,

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S Two L"arge WWrMts R Cbarg Agltd Sad To Be -ld I a ANtf to I
r nitM. u TWith It h Playrsd'll W RwWith
and a airul Stair. AJI That Tnim|ratiw com. ef ype, with It she Playyt-eav with Famps at Sitls.
s m.._ p lI rwahi i te'tl Sy. ..u A "ina Wshit'M .
Ctd Tor Amoeg In Mtl The State Prf t and Vegetable Grow- Jury of Matrone Will. Be specifically Woman Was Arraigned In Jultn s Gndueter Put Them To Pllight Whe"
Vilag--Mareoh in T wn Shohwtyy rPretotive Aolteon Declares mpseled-a*experts Wl Be Clled Henderson's Courts and Palling to He mashed One f Ue High
S1re MidMnlgh-Telephh* an That the t Grower of lrid AAre I support of ut o the oun. Sure Bond of $1,000 We Remands
Telegraph Wire Wre Cut. rosly impoed Upon. ed to Jail to Await the Grand Jury.Wt Hi Laty
Le~aTville Ky.. J .. aestD mgi T d's D a tens With a great big, uly-liookingtalfts o
os PFriS. Ky., amy: The U Afte rut and Vegetable aw York, Ja. a.-i"Te CounteN with a blade long enough to stab a aM- City, U IS. T.
XM" rbl mor Dme t elr Urle Orowr Prlmct l Aoiationa. Y uth, w o wI l Ace bear to the hart and as ka eeM the 0 ttot te to W- s4
Thieah at rider. mule therlrr aV au ci Pg e er of HarryA d"
S1ser Ino tohe Wr atrtt ol W which found l original oncep K haw, P s ui t~e d -proverbiall raer, Clara lawta, a nego e 4 Mta M rt. *, tb
4 Walt visildag two to a w e a tes nto this dity through the of. Tosw1o s tern uli iten ofwoman residing near Newberry. In trheasa MMa d lh Uts i* 0 o
ainlg s an the oher Is Bath eo w trs and energy o the sieeville ves vision for th !fatio West dad, played havoc with EMil tl bere '.
It, ad dtroyaing two vawenro MeltGrova iw' AssoettMon but which marriage witL the rl nof Ya White's stomach Sunday, with the lrV ihtesM o
4 ss M I Ias t bs state. IIU e"Ib, &a it'Was prelloto a oa-om ra
Sa b geal store- The raMete *ets e*y rowwi the State. will n, D tomnn 13, that suit that White s laying at b hot Ife ylas s .
Betl weal about te wmra so The teals s im.s e Iel,
Ad Oft1111" ASr hot&s Iseither selan Jackosville today, the object wl A. Athen aso stated, her all acriticalc oondltloo, white e" Y
St tat e m tthi ne a oba oesreaoe s ttes re ofs euek r oar thr t lA O wls woman, n default of $1,000 bai 1 ll 4
aig as.soo.nasemeMo ^the railrad obaln to regard tq eVAt will be hbea is camera. whoh was rquiredH by JustUe Nader. w b w rsoWl.
askedad heavily ar ~~m eldte t t son. la behind the bar of the Alaeb b ebbs~ t aS emNte
a Fe-- d aed h aoly a tUod fl . War--ner. wdet of as & J.ll, aod at th proper time sheo Ow j he rW lt -g* g"Me
tem f theI li te*or alages sot e. I o errtng to the bmetai will be compelld to face the grand wra up 4ad dw, S Sne sl wb
SArM th towaseA tM tyi, tatd that It 14 fwas the ddesire jury upon the serious charge of s. tag a hrote b mglpWft W o eS.
tOe of Bevn tatt m wt 11 dita natto e of the moitoa 12sault with intent to murder. It may 11M their eWb. The ,tatios. sa
It a Ute ota of about W ?ato a *erload rates e tos ad be a charge of murder, as the v ittim le ee Irfta was IleMy
bataita aand th people w totUy Wveutal to B ters market, Uthus Is reported In a mstout r cotnd. ade esteUd aed tI Ia to leiv to
prepared l~ or a raid. OTh ry M a M to tdhe alateg disertal. ties, and is subject to succumb to the have p"0pte the mS to fto A
murcims la the town shorly h b tir ae by te thieroada Is ltaer ot othr w wounds l united by the woman M atl"opt.
atldit aid thok who wone a se letas. It will be remember that The particular of the tragedy UP -eSSd71 1 KN City,
wwre tol to V back t ato thdr ohem M thia eaoiatlo. or at lerat earopm- could not be learned, but. It is maid paISMs la I t s ft r Mt
e nab proeeaded a street of the village m eats eltieio. have the matter ow befor bad reputation throughout the amiaeo. "W tim It so
sealwg arWith Ol e big Isemst, the lataeretote ilror ad COusilo.S at and turpentine and* timber camps of1 Sevoral Oermanf i a wouere In
hoe of A. R. Rit.obason sm ha Waishlato In the evet that sot the W ieId. an od that she i a old t
t a mas of names. As soos a isfactory consideration can be had offender, having been wvral ver times N t tbseat.
e rider ad left the village the with the ralteoad officials at the Jack- before In trouble. t. so t f sWa mol
itUseas rushed to the eee a the ov ie confere repr taties ad o i-t wereo- t, T o.
*sa ansed tteptd tO Put oat the will again go before the interstate ) a( I f lreetr ste: rvlO s u
S1n. Before they Suoceead6 la this. tI eatag an cFebruary 6. 1 1 iA' e, to I ser d i d to IIt ,.* &I 111rW au. M
er, naeMr. Warner ad others of Ostes. as qutl) e possible bad a er the
To urnWing b n A adtosaTs toe aee ueolt he sad ar ile. h mpw
it we futle t. t11 -1 111i -e p-erto, eate Ote tt he Seedw
uWom Bmthaw tUe ,aslu vgd ITt Is alleged by the State a~ssooaa THM NEWS PROM BILL. a e of ta robbers a U hIr wIt
* Utte* tows of Sheraras% In a. li th Oat the rate from lorida, c. bb -1 1 iaaters o*ek 111M4t M oeto aes.
eg Aoui ty. wUhe ther dtamd the pared with Caforals and other tates. Dl| A Duble Wedding-Mr aase Chan* Ta tey 9 a1. N&I NW taN w
adapeeadeat wareae at D a uty are outrageoely dsrlasmlmana. Sad em-Persnal Notes f iNo oterset. *Mm.
mers. No ho we flred, but to ubstatiate this sttemtoem may eill. Jan. i.-C C. PIteber a Tstrta tw a oarf
s* mtders, is orwer to pemt ay ebibit sad ecompeareMs e made. ftusIit J. A. Ward's stem sadgeneral tr there W at s
S kom besag Umomad, Oat all The notome of the Jekuagtlle os o oubt J o A. Wand' w i sad oi el nA oH door. T rr w asWee
telephone sad teltraph wirm leads frotoee I. awaited with a grt M COUNTEe OP FYARMOUTH. the buMrnss at the Wad sand. aas they a port Sali
A .te both places. of tatuore by growers all ovr the UIt.T st YAveOUT. nbu~ ~1neat Wat toaa-'
tee lit th The Hel Melle *O wll cam pA ~ Y wer Is js as3
The lose caused by tbe raid Is ot State as it wIll *eeft them largely. Nor aMsettlot ila ha thee sever duet their business in the storm e M # t@ et ers w ie to as de M
Imows a the eact amoaut of tob a. ra m ria. A jury dut e ma o te tow a ro to tmt a O At
Sia tbe wareoiu- sewM mt be Notice to Tam-Payers. f matees will b pealvly Inpe*. under the Ma... le.g tte he p a we a*
srtint.We will be at the following ple to eterme treat or falsi ty 1. P. Pblpot n mlly" *e sO tt
To Guard Their Warehesee* oon dtes set opposite for the perpnm t1 t18is lIa eiteo entset gryecoo.1 to Atista. Os., this week. Irvia ben.e w Twe otf Man as rth se
ashvll. Te n., J an*g a du on role e will complete his dial tdlei this two sth tha Mo e par. e
Ameoricas Suit aompaoy. knows M sd makh as aessment of proMprt y Wo he the0 e &wt. O am Is it W t
a pan f ll ttab trt, for M NONDith l hd Wemr. Nt b thha R s eed to MfA
Soneet the larg .h after est O medical infill Lte In Ala ts ..
Mo dark. toba ei. rel. "t T -Thrsy. Janury ~ 96~111 11r I the ear oow hi I w t oe plai t 11 week. g g
so le ik- sob-s rall 43o 1t ih rtiw. no ,, I i pll55, I .
tr. a- f the e lesa ds *-Mo" *jIry Mrs, M. o- .to O*U. Lev 6ti has w to bM t.v Mt
Outrages is Lh&e &Amk besia belt of s-day. J 1Weaa.ary 1; th, 13. her M f b M ^ < l t r Ith 11Mf
0 i0 t o o te -.0s W ee h. sroMding tm iSI i S heryl a l h Art weSi. w.. -. ._ .,,a on a mt a ts to 7 tuar
*o 1.50 5At c e ioh f -i s ja ., 1 --. =5'"-?O tt
*,re sdoe d tgardt prop LSCo-i-WoeaedaJ and Thesw eWM h reha ve erseftr rsorrwM reuaJoe"Mdes s he sobeol b0 iiewP
Save to i dsguard Itslproperty, Jm dt A thr e lartl Liegn eoasqe house du uwg the hioldasedg. ag t Ae mtUS m is die Wfar Ow
uere rs lcwy at Clrkville. Te day.1 tJa sar M d l .etrtal olls, aoo opea MV"dy wt a A sS
No Tue'u isi eia heavily Walde-Fria. Jam ry ?. 13. 3101 I beMa U* ed4oeres teem to eod otemdanse. M sese 0"w adalo nsn" Wlln0
amed were sW fwe her to Clrks. Rochoello-Mias4day. Jauary2 "kth. pent her 11 o o er to etad y std 6 Ko e twe teas ers
VSe str that purpoa w bsmsa m ir .lser .ltessi. sm wft Marr.d. at MasrW -e o oSo** AMuO N a fMe A1gg
ca tj-Tea.Jaeur s 11*11111 he avies tsU fathe, A.W .m ess a Iso.Wp
Aaeocistion I" BOSeaOM. tWOSL s"6 to f where b ia ptg e NW"nof. 135. ri Visa to Ne ae.l I*eON
noansa. Ga.. Jan.-ao r, orange Heights-wdneay,. **et ss ofram eaps be el mses sad L9ims TowKsM smedo aim a n0 GMI wuiee
-a-re ar riisnt tgr fee asse 06aa t4. l0 wa |,. 0., to e sa0 7- So Ms LO TSmeas 10 lB a At&-aisaie e&e
earuof fe te aiseeal A emia, Hr s,,-1 y J y UK, btai. -e Te M e Gals Sl. heb' aest fubel ol *** fears. The
Gm of (*ou>mles1( Mr oMtf J* 139r. ad be the Isirate pSusess 7 in parts erus t* eTf sewe aM
Wtel. Goen5or Asmith viw be here Measa 1tr1Thadah. J10a6.y 3. sap hel .P NW sew, Iesevreeys MNr w1.yg 9g .
Vaiaday fo t"v. as ads IS@ bt e tOde pka*, Ab*it putgee, mm. aig s
.mist am.r* b *a sm as a s* Vry allttle. e her rthe was M l- Th l t 9Hr. T.r _M_. _P*ui rtl tnen e
____tt_ t *ased Grove--Thursday Jsay -l emu- s067 .as 1mta b ise to 6s eWUsse5 S o eegeteb as reMd p*m,

ai... 1.-'TherC r- *Wr er asC s e s m b s-
t.._** **l *.^ 2 1M me w-g p.sse wa- aWe eI ae wiyv at ~Od aN pd w- Hs Wm -N

> .s.. e esto Se u*^ ms1 ey uer'>> of vnl Ja. e a M th eCrk ibis epwrtiny of part0 Wse ft lo to 0.e s .4t GMe lady at ba Ss I a 06 to eleb pe
vers iSAtd sh-t en in*M ** aMs their tm. --I "hereve s e ** w es) st h e M 1 t6o Wow <>?-.ese S. A.. Sef a ,eels pe|lg-
h regard to wa sam pLied* **0 a 5steri Ycr t Yo -rv fIta ut. __ wa W th*; I ** If r I a i

e~t~es lawVialaed. Iw ID rICKl'ii')4. to sor fe Is ui'! V
?it Col logW, 0 trg.. Mu*0 Nef 0""'1 %4 S XoRO
.~. aa.wa ~WILLUISW CO)I('t. via& 0 O. tls e sil uh binh m.t.* ss, Ie 1"QO
intl'ft bhe po-If O esof a?~ '?- Ta s L*4,ioV. sU P?4 rwoto 1I1IF W"thhew b'sa. te -
P o s e sbeL Cto & .o! za so aw n e-c w a- s
4fy a4s. E&Iv!r a be&an Go.LVO1"0 l*v*04.7*v d; -*Tesnt~s 464ea Pe.,
gas r .& ,re;: f U-4wL r . i iaw's our#* w*s Ps t am orkp w. *4aleftowe%.iJ%$

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For over sixty years doctors
have endorsed Ayeru Cherry
Pectoral for oohb, colds,
weak lungs, bronchitis, cos-
sumptioR. You can trust a
medicine the best doctors p.
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One of the largest and most en-I r .... ... .i.. ..o
shuslatic meetings of Stonewall e you hi'vei hard co b. o un
Camp, United. Confederate Veteran, he a de4 s en pert to t
over held since the camp was oran allas
Ied year e age was convened In the I jg e
court house Monday morning, Com-
mander Horatio Davis calling the ors l| t
meeUng to order. pIhrt
After a few brief but lnatestlng t I as
and impressive remarks to his com- of ever
adee, Commander Davis. retiring. pre- -
mstod Co..oander-ioat w 1.
gIte*, of Santa Fe, who assumed the a pl
hair amid applause. The newly elee t et to the t t these ppoat th eSm
ed commander responded to a few MiW rl te ave be. "I .
rtof words, which touched hisu haresa e In wotu It with resolutions A
greatly, after which the meeting was P d theD we1t oiw 1 1umle6 at urged1 to
declared open for the tamet"o a PaMiL Oni. y ti have baoi p. aP
wMM* ,oiP o"aad 2"m t ,aprtat pMl herWd
CommunIcations were read from iots whob have "" to aerve,a t L
general and Mdivisio headquarters, and im them sve. te doreek. thyM
adjutant, which wer relved. fosand asiot a e any dutles Me. t
A mred an thaw iv tos uo*I
A committee comprtising J. D. Mathe- moniesa a
son, C. C S.anche o J. A. ar. The l floo n ae 0 tn appointmentsa
Sola, was appointed to draft by-laws.I '_t. Mntioned, have thi
A oommnittee on penssiMs was ap- ta" "W wi Isamand sd weo to thei r
pointed as follows: l. H. Wlengee, ~ l tand pub
J. D. Matheon, J. A. Orisle. o0 RbX~t J. MaUSil. Adutant4len- promptly
The question of the observance of oral and Chief of 0taR, R. Lee No.
general LAe's birthday was discussed, 68, Jakaonvll Major-
and It was decided, as casual, to hold Usut. CoL W. W. WUilson, Assistant Division,
exeraise, and a committee on program Adjutant-eneral, D. L. Kenan No. 140, Official
eompriling H. Wilme, Horatio Quincy. Adjuta
Davise James Doll, A. W. Taylor and Uiut. CoL H. H. Duncan. Inspector.
A 0. r. inches, was appointed, with General. L4e Co. No. 17, Tavares. The am
requet to report a a as possible. U t. CoL H. H. Love, Quarter-Mas. day. Janu
Owing to the fact that the ooalso ter-Oneral. R. Z. Lee No. 68, Jack- W
will tn on Sunday, however, it will sonvlle. J. C. M
be arranged to hold the eerolmaee t. Col. Dion B. Red Oommans.
Monday ollowin, at which timea Ane y nea Ward No. 10, Pensacola. OPENIp
program will be arrn LiAout. Col. J es MoKay, Chief of
They'Thank TiM Sun. Artillery, Loring No. 1126, Tampa. Galneevill
The tollowng resolutions were Leut Cdl. A. C. Tippln, Chief of Op
unanimously passed: Ordnance, Ward No. 10, Pensacols. After a
"WbeeMs. The Gainesville Sun ha lent Col. W. M. Blitch. Paymaster- the Oab
bi past shown Stonewall Camp. U. General, Stonewall No. 1438, Ganes. -chool th
V., many favors, hauaing made faithful yVl*. for the b
port of all of otr proeediag and Ueut. Col. 0. 8. Hardee, Chief of on Monda
i many other ways shown a very Bgineers. Indian River No. 47, Roc- The op
riendly and courteous disposition to lodge. ttutlo
ar camp, therefore, ut. Col. Daniel Campbell. Jud- large- nu
"Be it Reolved. That the thanks Advoas0wa 3l. & Kirby Smlth No. the roll
of our amp be, and the name are here- 38 Deuniak. The fat
by extended to The Galneevllle Sn Iout. L R. C. White, Surgeoo\ a good r
tor the many favor extended to ua Oeeral. Ward No. 10. Pensacols. his *och
hb the peo" Lieut. Col. Edwin 0. Wood, Chap operation
Appelntmpnt of Offler laln-Oeneral,. R. I. Lee No. 58, Jack- make thls
At this meetia which was the an sonville. schooL
na meeting. Commander Blitch ap. Aides.
pointed the following oloers: Major Joseph MoVey, Ward No. 10. Of iv
A. T. Stokes. LaCroee. arast leu- Cantonment. Uf Herb
tesaat-oommander; C. Chitty. Mica. Major Jas. C. Drown, D. L Kenana Use Herb
sopy, second lleuteant-oommander: J. No. 140. Quincy. etful a
M. Shaw. Alachua, third lialtemant- Major Wm. H. Murphy. Ward No. your mou
esomander; 8. H. WIeIM I OaGane- 10, Roberts. your mou
Ville, fourth leuteaat toommaader: J. Major 8. M. Robertsoo. MeMillan a po Ltive
0. MeOrew. GaIaevlle, adjutaNt: J. No. 217. Chipley. ve H luse
T. Wood. OGanesville, quartermaster; Major If. H. Bpeer. D. L Kenan No. and fine use
T. Boulware. Galnevilleo. comat- 140. Chattahonchee.
sary; Dr. J. r. MeKlautry. Sr.. 0Glnee- Major Tom Costa. Thompson It,. La. -p en
ville. auoro; Rev. Van T. 0ll. mar No. 161. Tallanassee. dyspepia
Bland. chaplain; T. I. tille. Oaelee- Major II. V. Long, Marion No. 56. '
vill. treasurer; C. C. Drummond. Oaeia. Will
Trenton. sergeaut.major; T. M. Ven. Major 0. L. Baltael. Nassau No. Prieds
able., Arredoado. oler of the day; i. 104. pernaudita. family w
P. Massey, Arredondo. color-osrgeant; Major 8. M. Wilson, Geo. T. Ward Hague fore
J. P. Haukulght. Gan Onville. vidette; No l4e. Invrne be IIad t
A. W. Taylor. OGalnesville. arnt color Major J. A. Cos. Lakeland No. 1643. eded to r,
seargeat: C. C. Harwell. High prin. tkeland. will be loc
second color- ereant. Maor W. 11. Johnson. Alfred Ier Col. Del
General Oer Ne & No 141 Kilsimme. e of the
or the itatormatlon of the camp. M W. M. Ive. 1 A. No. ta~ton in
the tollowntag ordered from eeral 150. ake City me and
headquarters were read: T MmOener Commandin hs ho
Headquartersmost earnetly asks nd believes that
CMdq 5te oda ivitloes 'nlted every 'atm r of his staf winl aid in
ville Pta lise. Ja evry active manner possible in up
ll, a. D. 1 l7- eral oldia the stronger Camps. encoura. Mrs. Wt
Or4tP N a m Inl the weaker ones. and in sustain(a bess use
The Major1ueral cm dla iod upholding the principles whkh ~oohe th
saMeMnclir the folkwilns anol tI .. ...... nI n

maits to the diviska sta#. call ats


for t
should a
whieh b
' IV. 0
urged in
passed b
take ste

.. of the Most Lurgly Att.ndod
In History of Camp.


Commander W. M. Blitch Succeeded
Commander Horatio Davle-Officers
Appointed for the Coming Year.
Will Observe Gen. Lee's Birthday.

adandesr of camps are nM
requested to aid tM M h
"plaatlons in raising fha
monuments at Olutee aad
saga. This is a matfr that
ppl to every member of the
Any amount, however mall,
tall be sent In to the Adjutant-
will be delivered to the
n of the commitfees having
k In charge.
ommanders of camps are
Conformity with resolutions
y the division at Pensacola to
ps at once In their rqpectUve
hoods to purge the pealion roll
worthy applicants, and to re-
he, authorities at Tallahassee
of unworthy men who are re-
enlons. It suggested that
1p obtain a roll of the pension-
heir county from the county
s, investigate same and re-
ungested, and that the record
applicant far a peaslo, be
ly Investigated and not ap-
, Camp Adjutants unles Maid
Ss a good active member of
and his record clearly estab-
I camps In this divason are
properly and oanewpmausly
the birthday of our beloved
I ehlftain, the peerless Rb-
ase, on January 19, 1908, and
Also minvit the local chap-
u ghters of the Confederacy
with them In whatever oe*-
re carried out on that day.
mmmanders of camps will
@ and all general brders read
camps at their fAnt meeting
ited In their local pape
By order of
general Commanding Florlda
U. C. V.
atOeneral and Chlef-o-Staf.
mp then adjourned until Mon-
uary 20, by order
V. M. BUTCH, Commander.
I'ORW, Adjutant.

le Graded and High Scohool
ened fo spring Term.
vacatl6on of about two weeks,
useville Graded and ,Hlgh
bres"open Its massive doors
beginning of the spring term
ening of this well-knows in-
was very encouraging, ha a
mber of pupils responded to
eulty and students have had
ast. and Prof. Cawthon and
ent assistants, with the eo.
of the pupils, propose to
* the banner term of the


To Visit Our Store and Inspect Our
Line of Goods, Consisting of......

M U M NuTs. CuTM. ua. MATS. uECKWEA,
m mEn. MR, mETC.
We promise you Polite Attention
and Lowest Prices . . . . . .....

H:IG-DON1T 00.

The Oldest Whiskey House in South
8statluod .861

OlM siAmn WUlLUUl
Parm ise old rye. Bly ahe gla
Foar fell ti ea 1

Pure Penroa Ilval R)o. i0 h R a
me low. B i lh. 7& f

are in, roUnoj4t~atla nalife14(re IOthir-6t g a' M"' 6f W _____________________ AMIL an
I-ms tianimtiocIs the best remedy for dinrihoen. X Pare substastial family wbhkwe. By
It. t'owmandcrs of camps and all 4WShe gall 8& a law.For fl
m~nbr~th~r-.f rvH ave Started operalema. 11M. 111111 R355
their *%t-rY influence .ith msttw The Umill of the Eddlas Manutactur-
oft the 1.Aiumlstur,. from their -srcth 4, ('I't p Lng C .lf' aw bla b baabeve Idle for -- -- -.CLIIFFORD *Y3
t~ountiv. tos4-irvte tir active i,. ."jtS4iltett 4W thf* ree weeksnoat OLD IKIMT 01112,11 BY the allies IsX. P-or full
0olMutn i ikabI.rr1t'ng out the, rt-4.s iiu $ t( Onf 0""a."$@do454r"Pas.tam "Pitrd"S ,,,,*,- beaded wrt~ It 8246 x pit eftp1
tiaw ,ts du't1Ia &t th lea ie Aj,%j'I1. r,, agit MxWn Nltmola inme. s Ts doa d 01. By &esh feswno. OI MomTCM CV 3
Sal. fit 1'.-W. %'tsTo oper" thlb. 0"'P4" Is Ak'a MulfuuberfOf Whbandall Four full %qest" 101111. h andMWmouels. 87s 1" l. L
of the sixttatof nw~aby a libraut Of w hOm w'.re' SWat &a OPPrtsunt7 5IlFp33*PREPAID Fear full "Isue,.
ap"rWeiallim toward e-rtAKIN &a m*m t !tRU itvot.1u I
weSt to fla'irtaa soldite a t (hlcka.o We h we a nd o allShe hof R] IU b beemWbb wI n *as is
W&MVg I0.e and ito erstablush a depart Afteraheavy meatl. euasople at! .M ,W4 WW .i "6M6 ll,
meet of aN-bla ci and hietity Vow W-' 11"wRad leta. and"gielp t" l Pnseegs. pow. Ahrps
ft4od o yr utmw oeso a wllled wbb ~ my.rewTNE ALTNYEIR a FUTAU LIQUOR COU PAS
61 4 4e &an d a tI % rc se U m os t to th is I e p me e oa t h e0 0 eW e b 7 1% M M M M e ft s w a.. I u f

h inoA 5 .A maiI

The BMada T ouR Ahm lwIn u9lK i MN -b" e
zm od bw bow mel. uO.MW bs pm
Isn u r or 80 7ern h-\W t rMa
ad mapevtulo aa tee its lnahmr.
44 0AJlo69oAMo itomloedVe yoin thMs
All (oMAaterfit, Imit Ilems a"Jl .IgI" *wte b t
Experiments that trfMe with l d46 r 4b health
labL ml ChIdrna---Bxr-e __M-t Etp.ra.

sWmmb Is a "- .... e Ii. . slo er Iml .
grwoM Drops a 9ha yen. U Ito PImsant. is
-" m~e.. lb ag00=4 Sb g It deawes Vea
ml tus ahem Ni orM W-s au h te W
e. . .. "~
Si gr w fmaomil

SBUM thm f A-- d

The Kind You Hear Always Bouht
In Ue For' Over 80 Years.

WIM M UE I T i1K TUn-- -
Satisfy Yourself with a Glas of one f the Famous NIVERSITY BRAND
Soft Drinks, made only by

---Manufacturers and Bottlers of-

Soft Drinks of All Kinds
Specis-Peach Mellow, Orchede, Iron Brew, Digetol and Bottled.idr.
Orden from country solited, nd will hav pro attention.
P. a.@ a25. East MHL Mh mUlm.A.
SI I I g
l I U.I I


The Joy
n la 't have good health.
ino and you will have Bush-
y. You need not be blue.
ind have that bad tasto in
ith. Try a bottle of Herbine,
cure for all liver complanta.
I, Austin, Texas.. writes: "I
d Herbine for over a year,
It a flue regulator. I gtadly
d( It as a fine medicine for
" or aleo by W. M. Jon-

Return to Gainesville.
of Col. John It. Dell and
ho have been residing at
r the past few months, will
o learn that they have de-
return to Galnestile, and
'ated tn last OGaseevUle.
l who owned near Hague
finest and most ferte plaa-
the county. recently mold the
Intends in future to a"ke
In ()lanvale..

V Over Sity Yare
slow's oothta lSyrup has
for Gklldre's teethtgo. It
ie child. softens the igama.








,. ,. %'~]


Wll Be Inauurated on

Thursday, January


$5000&00 In the Newest and Mest Eant Stock of Fine Dry Goods Ever Sacrificed to the

Tnrng Pmc to Be Thrown on Or Counters Regardless of Cost!

We expect to
February I st.
Sacrifices of th
to accomplish
will be offered
Everyone inter

occupy the grand new building being erected on opposite comer from our j
We desire to move as little as possible of our present stock, and we will si
le Entire Grand Stock. The time we have to do it in is short, hence the re
what we want. It's easier to move the money than the goods, and such a
daily that you do not want. to miss a day of this Great Sale. Merchants,
tested in buying the Most Elegant Merchandise are requested NOT to let
.-without supplying all their wants..

present location about
mply make Sweeping
auctions must be great
Cyclone of Bargains
Hotel Keepers and
this opportunity pass

chMpa P1mm Rut'-^ am
Tky Cud b ir TO*y

20 Dos. extra Good Bamo Sheet. 73m. worth Ie.
or ................. **.... **...........**...******* ... "
20 Dos. Good Heavy Bleseaed Shets. SIRN. worth Mef
or . . ........ . .. .. .............. .. o
2 Dos. Good Heavy BlAsebhd bheets, lIXO, worth. 8
or ........ .... .......... ... ....******* * ** *
)0 Dos. KEtra FPte Bleached Sheoots1 SO. worth O0e
for ............... ...................... S*********** *
10 Dos. Best Mohawk Sheets. Ti, worth o. for .... 70.
20 Dos. Best Mohawk Sheets, x1s, worth SLOS, for.. T75.
30 Dos. Best Now York Mills Sheets, 7lx. worth 1.,
for ...... ....... ..... ...* *****************.........
50 Dos. 4231 Pillow Caseo worth anywhere l c, for I0.
60 Dos. 46uM Pillow C aM, worth saywhere 13%e, for lie.
G0 Dos. 4 6xC Pllow aaMs worth anywhere 30. fr t5nW .
10.4 N. T. Mills Blseohd aeung worth 40 yl, for 8a.
9.4 N. Y. Mills Blechd Sheeting, worth 370 yd.. for 3.
104 Bleached shbotlag, worth 30.. for............... Mo.
-4 Bleached Sh.eeting worth ftor........... .... 4.
104 Brows ShSeetil, worth S for........... .. ..
9-4 Brown Sheetiag, worth iNe, for.................. .
*4 Pepperl Brown Sheettg, worth 32o, for ........ U.
Good Brown Muslin. worth 7%0; 20 dY. for ........ 100
Heavy Brown Sheettai worth 8%; 10 yda. for.... 100
aitra Good Brown s etag, worth 10c; 14 yde. for.. 100

1.1 for Spreads worth. . ... .... .... . *
|1 19 for Srbads worth 1.79
$1.49 for ads worth..... .. ........ .... ...
Our usual big values to Towels fur this sale at 4. A. 10.
12% sad 1'I tachb

mwm F-sM6 m is
c Illcshcd l amask 4U yd.
7" Inch Iribh worth 7 !e 4 yd.
72inch EKtra ileavy latl 0 namask. mIle .vrrWher e faor'
1 '). this alp .. a **.
Pull sit.* Napkins to mnatchlb ., .
Coloret lio.rderhd rtaNe lDoyUli. 's. e dss. were 0.
Good i1feavy l1mak Napkls,. worth 7se. mow a.f
,o% ali l Iuto Naspkts, worth 12.00. ale prise 1SW
afr eeaov all lnces Napkias, worth 3.7., emat.... 1IA

Laee CurtMas i Much Uw Vi

$. as JAC ('arwals
$1.26 LAm Ciur~uss
61 0 tA" ('rwtaf
All e'Os. ft Wt~lwae. con&ep le O15" 6110'
Wtb =30l


At Wme piWOeMWO e %W theM Wat 4

ru pne W40.1 sad u'all wmel 84 kelt thea fa
viseca"WaS-Cod sad 60w9 C46wwo awt P thustaom

I amVerne Hemm" Fbom Tm" mopow&ta O
Tbo "& we &reed liin m m* is N de
-. omWe lbin*AmU at W D mohmrotors


*mTNIp m U mTIC u LA'
ia uuisI ut.M.wm AmL
I%*e Talored kIts and Skirts; Handsome Wasts and Sty-
IUh Cloaks all nla this great male.
60 Prne Tallred Skirts in black blues and mixtures.
good values at $3.60, will be sold In this Male at... .1.9.
U0 His.Class Taelored Skirts, worth $.6O to $1.60. in this
a te ............. . .... ......................... .900
100 IPte Passm Skirts to blaok, blue and the new browns,
ot In the very newt styles, at .................. K4
They arn reduced from .50 and $7.50.
One lot WomU's and Mises' Raincoats at about half
thUir prtese.
All Women's and Children's Cloaks at half their value.
Women's 11.0 uad 16.00 Suits .................. 0 $.
Women's I$.00 ad $ 3.60 Suits ........ .... 9.9
Wome*a $1i. and $0.00o Suits .......... ...... ILO.
SOlk Petticat 4ale at 14. 1andd 6..1
9*. for V *ilk Petticoat, worth 164.- and $7 50.
They are beasUftl

MNardleaty asertee for thil sale. We do not want to
'move th th prf tewill.

Si sply O shatned for this sale.
We have clasilel a klt of Wa..I Drow Goods into 4 lots
a id pss them at ............-s,, INa 4f s ain eo.
I lot Wa Dress Goods that -A 0 for 356 and We yard, for
this ale ......... ... . . .. .e. yd.
I lot Wool Dres fGoods thai -.1i for 60e, 7&T aId 1l.00 for
thisS a$le .. . .. .
I lot Wool kIe0 a Goods that t,.i for 76e. I 00., $ 1. e4%
I lot OsM Wool Dres Gloods tba' swld fort II 0. S 126 1 s0.
or this ao .. . ... . .
sitra lIe Chibo hsbed lraedeloth. 64nack, worth
4 t t o ....... .. s y .


Iwo* kh Of FAnmI
14ee4 TabIM& Dsoe Pme"a. is ia&. crepe
in pimsm Ctwpae do C~hwes all volor reduced from
blue. aIthOWmolo ... -. I 4. 0
I uer oaaeSiks.. Netcebekas and elps. worth Twe 0
Isa d"ths algoo 4W
OmUl*Ms fowb re $2 610. so 69

w ono Iwbvue sad ~meUkmh me o th I. f
00 U VP44M. boaWak ieOW e~

OId ssmey fwWn tc w.
I* OWN m, osth "Iirif wt
h % ...wot ?$.

isoma mtv 0 toots. waft Ut ow I
0 $SWM IAW aindb% ta Wfth ~ J b U



Is POW w-ago l. bobw
"o on=mm e Pie spa* sews

A hmto byy Fin ikt

35 pleres 39-lach Indi Hoed. soft finlah. worth llo.
for ........................................ . lie yd
60 plsees 40-lnb white Lawn., worth 13%c for..... yd
60 pl*e 40-aech white LAwn, worth 15K. for .......
36 pleces extra flno India Lnos, worth I1. for.. 11 pt,
25 pieces extra One India lnon, worth 16 and Mes,
for ........................................... I To y
S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. o y

360 Corset overs . ......................... ......
60c Gornet Covers .................................. U&
OOo Corset Covers ................................ 40o
75c Coret Covers ............. ... ............ ots.
Ileautfful lao*-Trimmmed Corst Covers, worth 91.1t.. .O.f
All higher prced ones at removal ale prices.
3c l)rawers, wide beimUtlah rulee................. Mk.
Soe Drawers, lawe ad embroaory trimming ......... 0
76s soft Maitd Drawrsw ............................... M
Plie soft Muslin Drawons with elaborate Ios a
embroidery trtmmians.
PIN MUGLIN SKIRTS with teoos and embrolery
triminftsapt eo tha costo to amutaotare today.
"Ow of every pile rs edwe" t hr Uds Irt wole.
rPse Mulit sad Cambri Chemise at m les PVes

60 pleceM double fot prilted Paelaos, worth 16e, yd.. IDS.
60 l eee I?7ah printed rianxels. worth JO sad llte
y fo r . .. .. . . . . ... . .. ... . .. . . . . .
16 p lseoSod OUVUs. worth tUday I|0. fur Ithis leo Vd.
t pleese Outi, wor 7 ......... .......... yd.
6S pieces best Steadard Prints of all kJed. worth I sa
6 cmts, cbok eofan"y .... . . ./o y
A good aassrtnent of -oad Priate worth 7e .. eo yd, 4
IO0 piles sebok PemWle. wrthn l tor ...... .... 9 yd.

I INt M"'s Pr Sy hirts, worth 6 1 ad P1 .4 .. k4.
I kat Mess rPsay Shlrta, warthJ T.e . . .. ,
I m M 'she bawy iesed shirts aM d lrawe worth Sk.
for the rale . .. . . . . . ..... 48.
64 doses MeI ac Pcy lkoss, wurth Me per pl, I or
v .. . I , , I I .. I =
io dose Me's ley MNi ad Moea, worth ... 4 'apr.
I seM M4es MeNra Vlooed 1arts ad IDmwer a

I is Weme's sh *" e. rth gS.... tis. pew
1 M V dms' M Mi. worth I........ Gie* lp.
M 60 a111111woog M rth oe, 2 f9 &a.
dam mows a 0066 9 1w o 6 .%%
S mI:M= SW oh "0 w ~0th 6101. Ple aOd
-pM- dt-- 1 w- 1% a ", w sad Me.

LA&tW AND Ms w e
Isee e on me m Iv sad Doe............. .
ah elMM; ts 1M ft
Oi a Im I .s

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lbg a 11 m -

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i'0iGAlagNOVILLI SUN: JA iRABY 9 1908


-D 1'iI~ .

Te DWAy S dio afts t o10ow.
og critCldn ot.StFr W. J. Bryan:
DeomberIL 1,1It. 1 asew"e "Mr. WilliAa JaeM"Nm 1, reemtly
vuiu, la., as secod-el 4s mtter, appointed qiteft @e S e Wsfteor
ander Act of Conmerw af Marchd Iorld by GofrtVUu Bewr1 to 1
137. t O oanexpdres tema of'Senat Matl-
-..; .-----oy,-decease"has give enout a most
Published very Monday and Thursday remarkablsttement t publlcatIon.
at Galnswlll Fr This statement as been printed In
L N. MfCRARY.V ,tr and M'pr. many of the newspaper of the ooun.
. M'C. Y, ,itor M t&ad as we h ave see no com s-
Te o' u t etion -or dealal of ito geualneness,
5 e TSw ?C'T$1 s yer; te p umple8 I that it 1s BathnUe.
Mt months, '1;eo SAaS. me'or thin the young
2 entlOUea make. thb following iathtr
S advetHing Rate: rash prediction:
e ot the irst sd 10 ts for eah 'I am go0 to make the people of

= 2 meats r there,

e adm Do S Oan taicsl rtoi e
at Obu I. I aoents a e. W

ST Our, List.o

w year. 1.7.

V.+et lw(.)
I I dmfa mA than anoste mt

S- *ubes'bs wen hged two hInie prempt
I reei mwla thie ed liptons.I There
as ne ue 10fr T kn wing when

oi elI al ew

1 f t ohe pi ps 0c beM n

I h give orders for w vagrants to i
~eme v o." His example should t DO
bylWaW. The while p there sat wio
Sf h At a ordaes ad announced for to

'k I'tema when he wasr inclined to
s woald have been "all In and
W *Ith the asadidates now In the
#e. And it ta really a pity he did
Wt do b.

Ste hosMpital ships are to be comn.
Manded by doctors, It would seem a
S iteral thing for the collers to bi-
usamdedil by miners and the supply
M ps by butchers, with a few grocers'
S jerkt for petty offers.

The Timee-Unlon remarks that "the
per tfu of t e Florida guava will
Sake more people sit up and take
Itoe than all the John Temple
S Qae e edtorials that have yet been
S prited In The New York Ameriea."

The Ooala Banner advises Congres-
, an parkman to "ay no, or move to
SeeamvUtle." If he ays "yes."
either Harris. the Jacksoenvlle can
diMates will not be "In the running"
W h Us"led States Senator I Old

Prom the amount of "stuff"r Allan
Refdgers is furnishing the Jacksonville
papers In oppositkOi to prohibition one
Sto ead to latnfer that he is one of those
W rIters known as "pennty-a&liners
ReIsally. Mr. Roders. you are over.
La' the thblus

Lo Angeles Tianmee advocates
p tWoine hanksgivtng and Cbhrstmas
j ek sler together heeafter. Our esteel
e4 Coam pouary seem ts torget that
9W at teat two week on each side
of Christmas few people are in a
OamkNl mood.
J. W. BrowaSeld. at tM Uwi ec-
at wtha The at to O W editor

*t MO loado City a paper of whish

my State the best Benator any State
over had.'
"We devoutly and sinerely hope that
he young man's paophey of himself
may come ttie, yet It ghms to us
that It s a very ramh statement for
a yeon man to make, and wd are e-
temely sorry that he was fresh enough
to do ad.
"So far as we are sware Mr. Bryan
has done nothing to foreqbadow so
maoh greatness.
"He bar made no great speech on
any of the gravo and vaexg questions
of Stat or national port, so far as
we know, outside of his own commn.-
Ity, and it he has made any there
they have not been printed, or If
printed, did not attract very general
"So far we are aware he has
made no striking nor profound oontrl*
buttons to any of the newspapers.
magastnea, or other periodicals of the
country, offering a solution for any of
the absorbing problems that have con-
fronted us for the past decade.
"He was at the head of Broward's
oampalgn committee, and distributed
Straub's cartoons-ebout 80,000 of
"We are told that Mr. Bryan 'bust-
ed' an feIce trust In Jacksonville.
"Mr. Ed Davis did that In Ocala, but
It was not regarded suoh an over-
whelming performance as to cover bhis

brow with a halo of glory.
"Indeed, so many things of this sort
are done by the members of the Ocala
bar that they attract very little atten-
Mton, and are looked upon as a matter
of course.
"Prophesying he is going to
*make the best Senator any State ever
had.' It seems to us that Mr. Rryan
It assuming a very huge contract, for
some of the State have had Senators
whose greatness has been reflected In
nearly every page of the nation's his-
tory-men who are markable for
t.,ur erudition, oratory, magneUsm
and patriotism.
"Massachusetts had Daniel Webster.
Charles Sumner, Henry Wilslt. Rock-
well Hoar and others whom the 'Old
Bay State' holds in precious memory.
"South Carolina had Calhoun.
Hayne and lHampton. and a long list
o: others who shed effulgent and Im-
pertshable glory on the proud 'Pal-
motto State.'
Kentucky had Clay and Ireckln-
ridge, and Crittendon and Carlisle.
whose tame retts eternal with that
of the nation.
"Clay was a younger man when be
received the aiqouitment to fill out an
unexpired term In the Senate of the
United states. but he had already won
a national reiutatoo by the part he
played as a member of the Legislature
and a member of the eonstltuticeal
convention of his State, where he bold-
ly advocated the abolitlUi of slavery.
"All the State have made valuable
coutrlbuthos to the Senat of the Uni-
ted States.
"There were Jackson. Johaoa. HaUr-
rW and Carmack. from Tasesee;
Davis and Iee. tr M tlsolpls.
- and bMlth, from Lou IAtlaea;
Houwtow from Tes: Taseoey. M1e-n
and Potts. from AlabaMa; MeDakb.

'eomb.Oar"ea nd HIIM fym
gm.~ Cam tes. Deama dreks,
beas and Vast. from Wha~1l



work,' as If there are to be no more, One of the South Florida papers Three hundred million n tln eanjav
primary election.i in Florlta and the having asked what lion. Frank Clark Ibe6 ordered by th l California ra
appointment t, of Oover.or llroward li has done for his district. The Lake Cannersn' Asoclatlo That looks s
to keep him In o0ilco forever!' City Index takes up the subject of plo ltly ike rushing the cman ame
'Sonme day.' he ~any 4. 'I hall be rural free delivery routes, by way of fucturera.
the oldest Senator.' The young man answer, and shows in a table that he
just seen to take it for granted that had procured the establishment of Indiana sings the song to Falrbanks,
he is to boniostead the omce and be. fifty-aeven of these routes up to No. "We are engaged In a sort of a way,
come a permanent fixture to the upper member 1. employing fifty-three per- but could learn to love another"

branch of Congress."


For the first time In the history of
the navy there will be inaugurated
this year a regular turpedo flotilla
similar to that of the Irltlsh navy.
We have had torlwdo bout practice
every sutunier at Newport for some
seasons past. but the torpedo strength
of the navy has now grown to about
one hundred torpedo boats and de-
stroyers, to say nothing of a number
of submarlne. The management of
the flotilla has ion turned over to
(tommandhr () C. MarAh, ho has out.
lined a series of Snisin'urs to be car.
ried out durlng the spring either at
..arraganuatt or Chewai-ake lIay. The
exact arene' of the maniuie.prj hai not
yet bern determined. Thus, while the
battleshllm the heavyweight section of
the fleet. ar, on exhibition In South
America and on the PaIrtc Coast.
there will be something donlag for the
Atlastle In the line of naval enter-
talamest. The torpedo division prob-
ably will conalst of two divlsaole of

sons. whereas the other two congres,-
sional districts taken together can
show only sixty-four. employing fifty
persons. The total expenditure for
salaries for the year ending June 30.
1907. was $30,812 In the Second dis-
trict whereas In the other two Florida
districts taken together it was but
$28,627.50. Thli0 shows what he has
done for the farmers of the Second
J.a U-6 to a .I a --1- a. .-, -- -

Stai-ut 01 tlh CiMadll .

l/ea ed at Neywle.rry, Florida,
at close of .jbnem Dec. 31, 1907


isrimc obut it is only a part of ni leans and discounts.......
record, as attention to the need ofiFurniture and fxture..
better mail facilities by the rural Resl estate...........
population of htis distrtt is only a Cash to banks .............
small part ot his duties. It is a very Cash In vault.........
conclusive answer, so far as It goes.
Rev. Dr. W. H. Carter. rector of SL Capital stock..........
John's Kplacopal church at Tallahae Depodts.................
see. died In that city on December 28, Undivided profits.......
aged 7 years. iHe had served a' Cashier's* ho. ks.r.

rector for the Tallahasee chu
21 year, and no minister wi
more dearly beloved by his co
tieo and the peopto general
was truly one of God's chose
elples. and the whole city meo
demie1. Jew as well as Oenti

irch for
as ever
ly. He
en di6-
mrns his

sbmuarlnes, one of torpedo boats andi
othertof destryera. Te navy habs A we-ow selhadst ys *"the
sever yet gives an te hblUtla of tood
6Im4 0lkItmme whes watWr In thit
pod-beat work Im foruefadItwltakel_ ow' be mor _pcis
o..lderable pactie to brng tho U d" AMW t l t y
arm ofservre oup to a stats of rl b peMble t Iuy -watered MilUL
eleaMMcy. The torpedo bat ha the
ovatu. of keepito the Me. m y .. .... .. I
eamn. bat ft Is to to Mininvasa a"O I ag"

OW may weo feel prod. The &M a Tama". e oW; DooM- that ef ess r la la ab mora-J-
is to ~se you a1It I~ ther tie from Witmsan. DeWatt. ClIatm Ie hie two torpedo bo ats ma
W A I 'we wlh yo0 meek piMore and Coekttag from Noew nempaytng Cerverma's eet duarg the
meM In itP m eOw *Sol Tork: Barrd, from Delawarev; iSpami war were really more draded
-1-*114---- 4ma4. from Verm0et. lUates. from than al the rt of the SpMish
The odll a The baa appreetos IMate. laainls from Kansas; Yle squadra put together. yet whme it
SStt at of seewawl Camp. U C. IakWry ifatber and a ) ad Jo eam cn to actual nevtee they swoe pt
Y.. to obuwtg the opiatoe of t the and Call. from lridsa. and a toan litstt orlommmislk by the little co m
MemeM of the camp. ttdll t of others m debate attrcted verted acht Oneuester t something
aB et ly. of th i t ret w ee tm auttthlot and U11 I tlke throe mirute In the RaeasoJap
paper hM aIfted to theI weltare. us. war. 1 sote of the dartinand rM
M we Mre the ilm t91t 0e 1m1e0 And te9 ,w6A bo oft. ued t auWVdhenee of th, JaPsm0., the
o Thema wil always be ePem to out"t wlt mebowvstok ta,&ew$ t 1's d4d reallyvery Ittle .
Mo, It asw boee a Pl rs s the w ithw % l0atlalt* to the woarIaLeiwhe wk tly a fr riom of Me
editor of Te u imns r h anso my be .see aWt W a larn mt & r ooft ref tbetr ShO eaed Tho
vetaras Is eve~y I pomselty whfrk' eonwt 4uT 7fUI See- Ateaapib, te oft inb SN ave isto
be MNl emv them and he wiG& a i* has toderk aO todoaroat* -e&I o** w .b a ga d. prtw. w k b
way*e he4d ad4weeal *y Net ly hasa y Mr., Sya & b afti eoew mMreay et bemi,
a* thmt to #*bSIwoa 40 .to ONOd M d the tuA to M me t

or bos r tme, wa b ho pe
saw -fls


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$67.1 10.79


Stato of lorida,
County of Alachea
Before me came W. 0. Cbapems
cashlbr. who be g duly swora, mp
that the above sad fortemint stW
meat Is a tfra e cookdo of oMd d I
ar shown by books e tW to saM
Sow n mm mbsu lbed to brm m
t the 4th 1day of IsaM A. A

Ma) W.0. CHAPMAN.h O.e'.
I. T. N r, .W of P.
Corrst-~Ate: C. D May. S A
mvWey. V. B. Tosh,. a


Has built one of the most up-topdate Ice plants in the
State of Floridta, and has now open

And nowprred to handle Mefts in b1- qsuti-
ti the FARMER at new plant lo d O the S
bond Railroad, ot &A 8. mg d u d
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e dmAlau COoanty's Odet &ad
-m tBdoved Citim&


MNm Served His Friends and His
Country Faithfully, Goth nla Private
wad Public LIfe-Editor of FirM
Newspaper Published in County.

eOlted withat opgesd., selvTtas
the highest individual vt.e 40 the
county. He served for years th
*flclency, but In A1106 declined
to enter the race. His serve In this
poeitlon. #ke that of the former. wau
perfect, loyal and slacere.
He also served the county for erv-
eral years as county omnmisstoimer.
of which body he was chairman.
Deceaed has beea for year a mem-
ber of the Methodist plasoual church,
South, to which he was as loyal as he
was in public affairs and (he duties to
his family. He was leowt and ee-
teemed by every member of that
church, and will be mlsted in the co-

from Wednesday's Dally Bun: gregat!ov..
One of the saddest deaths to occur l)eceCsed is a widow
it this county for several year was two sons. John and C. Sydney. and
*at of lion. William H. Robertson. three daughters. Misses mma, Ger
who passed away at his*'home a trude and Eva, the latter residing In
Alahuas avenue, east. about 9 o'clock Fernandina. The sympathy of the en
'0oeday morning, of la grippe and a tire cemnauntt is esteed the be
complication of diseases which, on a reaved family.
sotet of his advanced age, he could O
At survive. FUNEtA. OF MI. flOIERTION
Mr. Robeftson was seventy years neof
of a, and It may be said that an of levies Oldt MM
a more useful life. both to ins friends lovd Citiamne LaM f Rest.
and his country, was never served. 4h funeral of Ham. W. H. Robert
Me was born in New (isas, son. the nd death of whom ooyrred
la., September 12. 1837, coming n TuedaT morning, was held from
rmo that city to Alachua county the 'esldf ., 906 Alae avenue,
about the year 1867. He settled at M t 9 0'eclock Wednesaay
Mlcanopy. and enjoyed the distinction moratil. Rev. Those. Jo Nixon of the
at being the editor of the -rst paper Frst Methodist church o olatihg.
ever published in Alaches county, be- Thefune te was lacrely attended
iag The Cotton States. a weekly pub. by old comrdes and trieds of this
Bcation established oon after his ar. diattagaiehe person, whom they had
alval here. He had associated with lmead 'to love'as a brother. Mem.
him In the proprietorship and pabU- bers of aOineaville Lodge No. 990. B.
estion of this paper the late JudSe *t" 0. as a token of expect for
Arnow. their brother. C. Sydney Rabartson,
After an association of probably a son of the deceased, also attended in
year the interests of Mr. Arnow were a body.
purchased by Mr. Robertson. who The service was a beautial e,
ehanred the name of the publication the master toueaing most lipresa-
to The New Era. shortly afterwards Ively upon the useft Christisa lfe
moving the sami to Fainesville. and character of the deceased. The
where be continued iti publication to entire amemblae. It was plainly *vi.
Abe beginning of the war. dent. were deeply touched by his re-
At the breaking out of the war be. marks.
tween the Statem. Mr. ltobortson, with At the emcelusion ae the mrvitoe
at the home a large number followed
tae remains to their last restingplaee
In Evergreen cemetery, where .this
noble earthly character was tenderly
laid to rest until the Seal day.
The oral decorations same from
many Mleeds as tokens of love and so-
teem. They were as plentiful as they
were beautiful and freSgrant.
T'o the bereaved family The Sun,
with othefrien ds, extends slanerest


For Fifty Years One of Alachu
County's Devoted CItlizem.
S ommendable loyalty to the CaU
which brouxbt It about. relinquished
Uall his bushie- i utrrests here and em-
lsted a a I.rllat- itn Comjwany C.
Seventh Florida Infantry. Gem. BItee'
divluson.#*nd. with a few friends In
this vicinity. ho survive him. saw
native and bard er irce in the Uam -
paln. lie as a on appo0S tedo
qamlermaster-i'rgeast. ad 4at the
Lat battle of this divlsoL. at the dos
Q the year. be was elected mptata
bi company at B11tatvSM N. C.
briSMg his men tbak hesGM wie
ey we"e discharged.
At & elose of the war ge088
aemeaessd to the mmewap hesb
as, bit did nat mtnmee J tt
wak less. tor. boseet I, he was
mMid to Mass Bama MeElMty. lnd
Itk up ib home Os a bmaeulfl
S aba Ienl r us et o tohe f ,
e ime e Slled appaY rf a m..
Mwe s hmaay. He mewed f thalf
d am h Mu ams m wbmm e

As a peOW amm dressed waV wel
mes Nad Isved by al, SerbMNk
ows s tsa7V d hial to he
doe.ropo..d tin m rwm moe aOm
twgnty-eats. emeesetivey. be wot a
mbeatr f the -sebIhe b nd AlA
as eomat. am the valr pat a
t tme enbtt arseat the __ hd.
Phefle. abe n NeeSWd

SU~s he w seaed a mei d a d
owl ibea s u e eb" a of we
eaes tem8 as wa ml ud
se bod f md"ame
Ub Sge sa -mdWOW40 O

The Ireatoat drawback to the hobag
Industry which Woedess in this oua-
try have to contoad with is what is
known as "bog cholera" and "swlae
Hog cholera is a highly contagous
disea sand sales eheeked is liable to
carry off a great number of hoI la a
very short time.
Mr. A. P. Williams of Burnetts
Creek. lad.. tels of as experience
whAeh be had with ome bos that
had the oe1nra. Plveo years ano."
ays Mr. Wllawml "I ws aIn the ea
ploy of hr. J. D. ichardeca. L"ay.
ette, lad. as his bara foreato. ome
fune bs that I was ftedig took the
homers. I ave them Sloaa's ian.
meet and did sot losa a bag. Seia
were so bad they would at ,drik
sweat milk ad I was eoampie0d to
dreach them. I havetrsd It at every
opportealsty "oes oa always ftd Mk 0.
Wrt or Or. lMa free be k e
tu -- --of HtS#u F itna. a. n
sad Pudltry. .Addra: Dr ft 6
ms. w II AIMlA ates. asM.

Mew- ,J. Je -Mrs. laN* KMi
i ad "4ge*W. Mlfe" me hem
Mt. a o ne b A ito
AIllme S PM A 6iA *o
0deames Mho rW nlt of s e

a" @as es. i.. a f.ew
toe&. le*1l
We e memrry to mept M a-m
e amy siWfdo be seat
AW m i enml" *bWe to e 0e eut
CmD J. WL e SasO bM "gut
-ws" to bar SunIab. -m
tue me ams me* o Ine a

tnew o be m to ltoo%
V. riags sem

d- gf ast00e i
-in as bUWS uI Was

:_J aNUAIY4,99 ,igo

SU hl% bul
*. tnk tye
an g od .
4e etdM t M Y
paled k n .k anmye m

go* md Intowo
SmaOd the newn
OaL could no4
a heaw that
S la end ad that
be uld iuar own patiosw
sld and o five
thB Feao, a now tern
I ot r ad Mbut for
Sy hit. aat randv

It to 1man y Mytu*.
ss leatony every day,



Lb Wdl fd fot Was Like
Raw FIh-HI Use Crutcheit,
and Doctors T ht Amputation
Noose O- ft*"l Woman
-Wswn Years Ago.

"I hav bees ao by la,.tor for
tatyjfe yeaa* dM1 h,'iad be. olf
"4 ='ob ady
e a n 4 dkit their mt,
Sto cure iL
e had ad-
Se to hav my
%,I oft, buthia
1wouod try the
Rum edes

MU. j .15B1t5 55uI cieirvoak
aft ,g M ...Moatml, Qus., *
b I. i." 1 Help Come QGulakly-When Hyemel la
S- Unad for Caterrh.
SLEEP FO BABI The quick relief that comes fro
the Hyomel treatment for ratarrh Is
set for ldoer.* most remarkable. Put a few drops
blatant reli aad', bln Ig for of liquid IHyomet In the little pocket
dtoresato f ri wilU lnhaler that comes with every outfit.
wounop a g tl and before you have used the treat
w ultiuiO E ibat -- meant for five minutes you witf notice
sumre, d puie toreilef from your catarrhal troubles.
It gives a tontlc beating fet to the
Q"ar. tr you breathe, kills all tarrhal
fc gere omINsmm rIt stops the poisonous seeretions,
_---- I "and soothes the irritated mucous mea.
I -*- I Hyomel will destroy all disease
hles i mstih te omt Ope gs s oa the ose th, d lease
ed Spring TmNwO Moday. ad make qaek amd peasant eure
Several of the pubie eeiso of ta ~ st o v ae n W. Mo .
trou %,, the county peMed the Ce-as &0 ,* befl i theA lMpower of
spring terms oedS a vacation ymaig to A l al rbhal troW blesi
of two weoks during the belidays. that with every SI oatat they Ive
As a rllebnoth to eahere ad pupils a S#" raite ktaftmld t afN
are glad toe e to theb W ties, at lw as remep0glyes s Ihtie..
the ladlcatloas are that the present sa
terim w 0l Wrov most seoessful MARSHAL AlNt0" REPORT.
throfboal the 9puety. -
Among the ostn Ml-a8g NModay Aggregated M.-1 One of theo eat
were Tvs w. with Mine Ada Pdllpot, lver MNae to Os0asil.
,iauMi NUse Iyde Marshat Araew #h-i report to
: WasewhoWol. sear Hi" C the City CoaMll M o toal at d it
Sprinae. Mie Harriot Newthor. was a report of wMob be qld well
pritpal; AaUoei b cool. Mibe Minm feel proud--4e t Is me ef the best,
al Leo prieatial: Cool priag~e f oat the beat, ever.r r rded -oree
Nbo the rCity was a mB s lpaOtty.
TA te so ss tme s dino

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-o, m- m #w.u aov W
othe elm of the ow, les ta aprt
tko d mle d tire o0ar w isro
heading tao who oak the law.
Theo ohew ma agreate for
SfDeater of W5As. of
, W e pi ated. aod
l, fes. feeor impeonadig



stomach, causing her death.
Taktan Into consideration the fact
that it would aeem a difficult matter
for a person to Infet a self.wound
In the stomach with a shot Sun by
manipulatirs the trigger with the
finerps, topther with the fact that
Ihureep made baste to gret away. It to
said barefooted and bhtlers, after the
tragedy, caufl the court to hold him
without ball.
The story of this tragedy Is well
known, having been published on two
former oecasIons. It might be well to
state, bowevr that Mtorest succeed.
ed in maklan his escape, and was
later apturd near Pladwin by the
Duval county aUtlU .es where be
is aMd to have bee bMiN amae the
fatal day. Shaerf IaPell was noel.
led and wet to Jaskasovitle ad
brought the prime bare.
They Were Sueeesfl SI ders for
Reed Overaer for Meewung Veer.
At the fSld m.etta of the Ioard
of County ObinmlsOere Wedneeday,
hide were opened lor the potlo oft
read Muporvisor w orveraser, fer t
- yla r r. *
There were eight bids, t eo.traets
btaglet to T. IWali atad 0. L
T1)Ibe at (o per 1e"S saoe.
MoArs. Wafts G old arrboe
pmosal read W of buad 'sper.
pesitles. sad the It wee astlag in
that am*a"ty ual i YO whea he
had the m*atdtr e to m m aik ju
a t rhe umw a of e e ai whlel
amaewd t0 IM orOf as Be hb
,lase boaoe ri0% b" ftels won
someb new 1* 0 it somL




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The Did of Thlsa rm a Little in x-
coee of Their Opponent AI
From WednI'days Daily 8un:
The Board of County Commissionera **
havt been in session for the past two Allege Murderer df Wosl at
days, but have not yet flisahed their Answer to
labors. This is a most importaut sea- i p A ,
siona, being the sesalon at which the
names of jurors for the present year SAID WOMAN KILLED HERSELP
are placed In the box, the county con.
vieta are leased to the highest and That Was The Story Which He Told
beet bidders, and the read supervisors in County Judge's Court, Sut It
are appointed for the ensulng year nded Weak ,ad ursen Was
'As a result, the netings have attract Remanded lk to Prison.
ed horsee than the usual attelmUon. mandd k to Pron.
On Monday the board convened. se. Jim Ilurnen. the negro who In charge.
lecting the 310 names subject to jury ed with shooting to death at Tloga on
duty for the year. and placed them In the afternoon of Novenber b 17 a woe
the box, after which adjournment was man. Lula Johnson. a as Lula Wash.
taken until Tuesday. Ingtn. alias Lula Itur.eao, was given
On Tuesday the bids for the hit of a prillmimary bearing before County
county convicts l br the year were Judi Mason Wrdnesday, and bound
opened. an4 the convicts were leased over wit out twil to await the action
to Rawle & Co., (he present lessees of the grand jury at the spring term
There wee three bids, of the circuit court. There apparently
Rawla & Co. bid $& per boad fr seemed to be little sympathy for the
all convicts now In hand until their negro as he was marched Into the
time of sentence expires, an 0$10 per oese of Judge Masom and directed to
head for all convicts for the present a **ft.
year. T. W. Stands & Co's. bid was Drwesa's statement he testflide
$19 pw head. while the bid of J. L. that the woman, with whom he wa'
Medta & Co. was not so good, boins living aM his wife. died from the ef-
only $IT. pe head per annum. feet of a gus-ahot wound virtually
Th matter of road supervisor was tfted by herself. He stated that
not rNeoed Tpesday, but will be do. ithe woman got possession of the gua
olded st fe aetins today, the board and attempted to kill him, In a at of
having adjoured until I o'clock tli mdne. H le grappled the gu., aad
morn g. while he was endeavoring to wrench
It sla understead that therq are it from her grsp, the smusle was
eight bidt for road supervisor. pointed toward her. She pulled the
trtgwer-lAe gun was diseharAt. and
IRELIEVE IN FIVE MINUTES. the mole ta lodged In the woman's

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Heaviest Bai d a r
YeaMs Vsit Thifs


it is Reported That Coeditle Assimed
Nature of a nHu" ThWes and
That Muh Damage W Was Do,
, Cedar Key Was INtlad.
One of the~orM at wiadstdrm
S mown for ysvet ars visited this
s ctio about 13: Tu-eday momla,
S batons about thru bours. At time
60e wind lsedm such c iteooyr tht It
almost assumed the ature of a ale,
S ad In Several secuto of the at"
i ase wre up-rooted, limb blow to
S the round, sad house quiverd unadw
S te strati. No serious damage was U
ported, however, other tha the loss
S of true, some of whlf wern highl
valued by their owners. No damage
I reported to vegetation throughout
I, a~ts stion, but all districts have et





t~ gEanlul aboft b hum- As
Ihesuslaftis w1U as d g
~Wi6to IL The, scuImhIs
16 ina Is tesomach sWd dijUT
set mutrgi~v Ws~s ane pwiamd pro-
-ms wm* awe dual aaewy Mke t
*owu isof huks,. b I mta so se
aswo Isual sowhisIs Pulinto lst
Uhe Osyllof a oul umklemadh sOkais
Is41. but l*s 40"W"la.of
:=d blood sad dt hedims-

'db stomac swe&t
wh atshewuhiu

mrpdm% soresfulowssswelil
"got a se4"Vngslows smadlI
&--euerd-a1 rng frm bd blood.

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Mminag Tnrm y i& That OSe In Miller Law Ezehamae.
(HrBOM UI WtM0it. OfoPhse No.Wa I3 BeeldaNoeN.sIM

He Was S"a by. aO e On, lase T. B LI, JT.,
C While Carnge Wasa E-
de-velg& to Break the Breeoh of a ATIORNIYAT-LAW.
Nae-KIllIg0 Conseded AldWental.
Bigh prnamw, Jan. S.-Bunday morn- GAMai, FLoam
Sabot 19 o'clock. Isao Canma, _________
Sroe arema in the employ of the RANX CLA L o w.. .ILDao
A. 0. I, aedetally shot and killed
James oraham. nw hperw to t" CLARK & FIELDING
beMtiger 1k the Coast Line yards&
O wge was unbrochsaw a gun, Lawyers.
whbM t-wav discharcMd with fata
Both aeoes wore of good character, p alM Stats and
at t* kill li.belMved by the peo-
pe of tIM town to have ben purely

HYDIPS REMOVAL *ALL Om over Onrisafl NaUoa BDask.


%0 s.mMmaaw3. Ct

reemt of th= stle .1 am atll.
ofM twuiel4I Ibsioreor-
saM wotemias La3s, A e _m r-


Nod* moyts IM P em..oc
DockSauG g~T~[ 8 "a m6w."sa.a
lin wol = auG6.flck4.Ls ISve
514".1am 6. 3306k 4. 1W 1 vleys
Tle .miLad ibelm mmamd4 t is 09ame or

b-n bam fro. "' GAINU5VUIgL3 UrnmA ,. wu oenm.ab @%be rde-e
All day duras Monday the ran f e1, h This 1w Event Will be Inaugurated OAnv_ .o .- axai ao. ed, im Neeo
'Thursdayo, January 8y a.A. DBUKn
and tIn the eveina at timaos tfell tIn Thrdy, Juary Wta. -my & i- e
Sat shoots reodrta tuofoet& aI. The ev Mt of the season n dry J" W. PATTON te Sday oi Jan, A. n. i
Ost.~ pmble. Th 'rasa abated to goods clreles, and whlch wlt enuso ,p Clerk CireNrt.Alse5 s..l
mo estate shortly after mIdatlst, n thp laosto stop ad consider, will be ...Civil EotBl r and Surveyor... o---c.-o---..Fl.
abt was roesmod at iatervals with the the aud removal sale of The G. W. DIOALM I uAt ESTATE NOTICE or APPLICATION rV1 TAX
ada, aktnsdl mattaas o h te H" Hydeo., whieh will be tnauated PIauu aeattionlo to aU bsln=. UND S0 TIO' N IA OF CAPT
able. aIThs.May, the 9th last. This sale O flingt door North of ThrsherL
It is rported that the wind reed Ei will not oeay be the talk of ths women ". P. 0. Box 1M. LGaineville. Pla. p Neas or t otaherb en 3 .M
Bmollistedushe Alldaofa "July. A. 06
a high velocity at CMar Key, ao ag stolks, but will interest the men also, ,mae sma e1 .A. ba
ealdeorable damage i*dppal I ass, pel values In men's furnshlp A *u Mamwism ,f or a o
aoioni whleh was the pailala det WElT END IN 4000 HSAPL will be oted at prices which seem WUaIJ WOVl 1e tolow 4ew w in
UOm of *as of the railroad trese of rs raleous. lse 4toci. is.a r hr
the Slhoardf ouos O r Soa R epo te COty Offial Who Have Thois*nterprlsing rSm, which Is the Perrey m.o w a V I Tas as eae
with the maa lad. As a reMit eeoon I That Seon. laWrst f Its kind Ito Ctral Florild, .s oaI e Inese teo* sam or
ralas wee sable to el~ar,ma'Oad Ta t W. D I" s ,4 U ,t iM t d he newest and most up-AL, B .L..
vWa so ssecowith kx w. oSM v d to4at 4r goodss. ladies' frn shlns. W o o at o li Auttrt h a J se6 im -esa
ftg Tueday. Tip we. ai o their nb rowmoftWest et ,tzshwill be sold regardless of asWes, wif hel is shor lufrf% Wmem my M eYn deasaes is0s 1a1
, a badly amag thaitam tapsn' 'Tr may sa that West Ad oo- io expects to occupy Its iam the 13st Ga or femb. A.
bole to et regwsr toleraphs6 coa- Sad the people of the w at as elegat a qarte a the HiU ba uild- W o c .iri o t ..
BeOtMoM. besi the et almost of a, oas a" romairkad In atbouM t February 1, sad It Is for -- --,s- _______._mI ,. a. onvi. c.
the damage omld not hbe aoortalaed. teor Dtkioan, la isea oft h1 the purpose of maytag trouble and exU I a 1sa NOTIoS OF APPUOATIOM oM TAX
The Uarly Bird train lade a tflp trip. "Notwlthtliattlg that we were in moving that this Nsr tf1e.- rDlD U1N11 SW0MTION OF ORAP-T
to tha sesM of tho demoMlhd tte uw # only four days, I mesooedd toin i t of bOrwlns-s Imade | AILAWWS oFI IDA.
e where p weor tramuor eoetil taxes to th ameuat of The Ui* Is too varied and extensive 1 LV. No. .oVILLWoaW l
Na. Thi tra brought s malL or about 1.O-a d I did "ot have to toenumerate here, but a pual of ALACHUA. LORIDA. 6 0e41o mbsO A. P .
espros, however. only porfolda bg for tt, Olihr. The people mat the fl-lpage advertdrment which ap-. A St s
aservlos r the acomodfat a of paW me promptly and paid am Cheerfully pear elsewhere in this pape will con. see R w law
ers It was lat ia theo aftmo wp hi thwe bit ter h vis prospective purchasers that --- Now Ready to Take.--- a utr
he th trala reovd Osto lo a oood ap, a t.. they are a baralsn sI tore for them $aa *MieSh o ofso1et sec.
m rt e Q a rd. heaptd e Doevlae nh er ooatod ,mne before heal of. .w l -m C a
This storm did it seem to beo eo- that Mtwithltadlaig lon t g and Remember, this great clearing sale U
Sted to this stiom and Cedar Key mohined drought i the summer otively bins. Thursday, January Meats Handled With Bot of Care aw, e
aloe, but throusboet South lorlda. which had a t ueNay to materially h by an Expeielied Mig. wteis ms ofooa m-
All trains were late, some be ing A- damage the the' farmora of the W the tab ay ot Doosmbe .
allowed. The northbound trainta on the WestD Mad r *iW this, and as a Why i ciar efit court As..
AtlantUl Coast Uane from St Peters roe the erh arem fU ot eorf and the Sbould your baby stfer? When he By M a ova.O
burg to Jacksonvillo, known as No. 40. u okshoteNs loaded with mea Thee Isfr l and r don't experl- T. F. TNO NOTICE OR PURLIOATION.
due In Oalasnville at 3* 'elok. did iot Is s an 41o nee of sweet po. met on him and use anld thing Laoe i.
arrive until cSW. Passengere report. tatoes, a well a other good things W **yo hbor recommuad By a UNDERLaTAKINC e 5.
Sheavy rains and wintd, but there which o to make the farmer'es living. bottle of White' Cream Vermifuge. N Lor1. e Mod i
M apparently little material damage, .grs atet known wornm edeline and e o etet nj oeI a
except to the railroad tracks, wMleh. ar, or Onv. Cr or ToLano. { crwe for children's dieaute. It is mild .FULL LINE OFa l. ,c a. ,ma. Wie w
in wansyplaea. showed washbout a. r Lcas CovUTr. I ta Its aetlon, builds up the system. sL Ie w See m. ome
this reason the trains were delayed. Frank J. Cheer makes oath that makes thin. puny tabes fat. Mrs. J. NEW OOODS.... re*tote W. a IG Mohat
.As they were opelled in some ln he Is aenlor partner of the frm of F. C. malth. Tampa, ML.. writes: "My _____. HBau efollowiwsmt to rove
stance to re' these wa-houts. J. Cheey & Co.. doing business In the aby was thin sad sickly, could not ----- -s60* ieen pe te eaitlrvateye
while at other place it wasn tteeeary city of Tuolde, county ail State afore- retain lts food and cried all night. AGRNTS rJ J. eW. le, c.l c. IetS. Da ore r
to procod very cautitously never I lace said, and that said frm will pay the,I "d one bottle of White's Cream MONRIEST4. TORUBTONEI P HwNRY. L CU.BL.eRtulw.
made defective oteml|rarily by the sumi of One Hundred Dollars foloach Vi nlage and IB a few days baby was .... N .
heavy rains. and every ca of Catafrr that oanso laughlni. happy and well Sold by oa IRON pl,(EN. NOTIcG fOR PUBUICATION.
IIKort usmnu Iromn lPalatka of a It cured by the use of ll' I Catarr W. W. Johnson. Mar______ r L N oa"eamerS. S..
heavy main all day nmduay. foll owd Cur ,RtANK J. CHENEY. -E- Yo"ce Isbertygivealtbga gb l ed
I-,' titahi. Permaou l ata smlos a all a o is ofors w atke Seas AMe& amibmiof MilI-
by a lflr wll.hrn 4lth. hich ..orn to bforew me and subcried Conming So*iety Wedding. s Nt lIne. MaU ad ele. o Maet o m la. wa
It esd r',ult.Nt to sA.., n my preruc. this Sibh day of Do Th Nashl llle. (T.nn t Iane of .IwepPti a .ded a m ,. s. .4of
Saturday. the 4th Inst. conta ins t th. aStd t booewlbesidoe are Mh
several liuf< wren take.. away. (1S ia) Not(ary Public f lowin ..,ity squb. whlch will Oleovllle. Florida. e a r. sivwer as usi aesm. P a.. s
So far as Ia kHtiun., the Hall's Catarrb Cur*. mistaken Interno. o" tert to re5ers of TSes s owa 'Isme wt e re w
tf this swtvih. hove utiff-rto hult lit ally. and acts directly on the blood and Sn as, thprop. tiver i ,- ..-.. ro sposlI e ra MM
,*ati n. as the Iproupeohve groom ins well ......... .. ..... .. eP sami.v.n
te fr. ,hl fect of ih sthrm u.cous surface. of the system nd known hre being m w of J if Of APPUCATIIN F rOa TA WS aofFork .a
- for testlmnoitals fr~. Jarvi DD SI O or CNHAp3It 8O ortAP1NRY C. HURBh .lelw.
Notice of riharhelder' Meetint. I. J. CHUNKY A CO. ToledO . M Th. 0 K e LAWS OF I=UDA I
Sh.1). ao thlt d by all dru ggists. Notie e i ereb ives% a N N 'spi.
ake all s nlaly is o tl t the h aderient and a 'l of Jo utely mN Aa .r dtd Notice Wole deby tfeyji obf .JltuUNT
Notivea i.s ts th~ a%* the m aftroaching marrLjge of their daughter th redy of Job A. e D a ai meBl as lea eda thae i~esae o p. Ci".
aI thanhol. M.tht .f Tb. 'l . Il., and r Ar thur Tedra.tle Jar., 1 4t1a tomle Ims eoore 'iab b f and J W. 'bambwesa b s
,itll b toelo A iid i;..i* n .a Is ta, , takso*n1 6 u6ut be a n dgVs9asnl p We laS She al@--
W~ill 11 hl41 k n* st a h as iAt the f itiI home the middle. t t6W& W......i4.l ISn1 m e sm, WM pr s e iern
will | h,,.d .t t... ma ,.... d Ik <;^,..abl h r. tl. ,.u .. msy t *w,' Setss ,w r se s-um mte s e urn.Squ .e
oS Jamitiaty tu I D4ib Itwlaa the we ,stabhhibed a dairy oin his farm alsat rw "u1r T0b. ebM ebrd bidag byd t t the ime rqSminp te
m4d ruowisy iiited d nmotthi at It The n*iete of meb *tmfesre Id the sames d at deW. 40 Ks eaM e ennI hbe
uclotk a m ,,fCar I,. ti ,.ra ,eo f of w, M. UJ. t tenacanratulath A CRA
bak retut.n d free.. Paints i ofat rJaIton u vei I as deeG eli Lame* Iko e.s J W. CMA
Ing a lkoarnl of 4itr sl t. anid tra sact Vht", i- aat a ?.. ,i tt r of rtyS. A. PThno fee.ib.r .U.T liar.
Ing fuch othet tane. prop t e. away i r I5 .sat e mM eaai A. OT----
Mrly Toeue befoo rvineein h An ined1. Danger. SH W itflF.
011 101`1 urr Cusn A>aebes Ca.. F M To A4; clslm'ond 0Lner Iuamtiem saG So
h TWtNKth ener 3WulMa tnerea ss
f tr h$ n ownte. rtth w and srmeded One of tbhe wost feature of - . h. 4 1em11 Maasg Uem Asas lm
tk ing rturic n skit eMrpt 'th. di in m r a ..Jet e r l u nty . ,ro ha it a led1 VOTWK P mJ ATox. io U.*
Aiure. anney. 4etr, Oe wld tos~~swear Mo tktoll, tr b ad of natn dwd.ea bsc t the victi sSi rb.. smen am : m.
tt,,.t bris .,,uck ll iand ladt Jt 'hb r11 w h Mali his dagw be mAy have N--.-.---,-_su -- t" Sg '&. w 0-4 M
(Olataew t brin s qut ..m ... -- e r w hich.attil sto-hi ne f r, .. .. . .. .. - ....a ,,b, mbsO ftW ID
l- cur. r t 4 th ost select datre i h fatal malady Te etej Ksdlecy .sbr od Al"n tef tbaa be-l- a ._
n ours aVycats at say dmr ^tbom ar y aF th St ol e K e t rebt. at n 'n "'wao m. Forida Bratf -,tmble, as ~f ,,..i 'awi- f bas ,maw
_________________ _Ca orrea s I rm 4 and prevents a"' =. aim ecas af
for0the10 eX1-4,.t Ne t. T L
CA'R Ca r trighta dlisau, diabetesIW J3 W '. sa ne,, s a be M.. .
M....b ,*mee en te aSumoegeiw ,,
1t7 ilmYq r' i i Thin i to .nrtl that *l All glagits Mcfuiam A CV s tl Jasay i S. ,ee
1 -,S- -'ers* 1- m are aeulhorle to reitan year masey if m t
lV-',, ,,, .l ,ey s n 1. and 1 t.. t (o r. *t**tts e f *id Maweet c u 1 w r wT e..
I'1~t* J11ImI.S rear cugh cold ltstoeetecomib. No<. is heresy gives t1, t the sa- uw
El'IIlKt.HERIERK heas s lungs sad prowees seri.. .sas m ot hW steroidoc or S am1

--- 44 -e ~ Is &YEt pneso uc ai n be hl tt e1 Sm s S ts j mns

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ManSa elected ts city offietals last

IAv Oak was visited by a $12.00W
bfe Weoeeday night.

An acre ti being set out In seedless
&vpatrult at West lona.

DeLand is to have a "home-coming"
week, February 6lth to 2'nd.

Clermont growers are now shipping
eggPlants, peppers and tomatoes.

Weekend excursions from Georgia
to JacksonvUle are grow ing In popular-
S Ml, says The Times-Union.

The Wauchula truckers are prepar-
fsg to put In a larger spring crop
an ever the coming season.

A choral society has been organized
It St. Augustine to be known an the
ft Augusnete Choral Society.

New Samyrns thinks that an oyster
anmaing ftctery will be a valuable so-
alsitlon and is working to Oft end.

Congressman Frank Clark has In-
Ooduced a bill In Congress for an ap-
popriatlon for erecting a pubMe bumk.-
t g In Palatka.

The bood election which was to
have been held In St. Petersburg 4n
the 31st ult., was deferred until the
4th of February.

Work has already beuna n the new

phosphate elevator for fernandlna
The budding is to be the most conm- Mlstak
plete and up-to-date of the kind In the a bottle

Rev. W. H. Carter. D. D., rector of
Bt. Johns parish, Tallahassee, since
,1880, died at the rectory in the State
capital early Sunday morning, aged
78 years.
John H. Shult, the millionaire New
York race-horse breeder, is in Jack-
s*nville for th purposc of arranging
suitable winter quarters for ha klg
string of thoroughbreds.

Some of the grape growers in
Orange county object to being classed
with the saloon keepers In that coun.
ty, and have organized a society to
protest for what they consider their
rights. -
The new Lucerne Hotel will open
next week In Orlando. It is three
stores, with for*y rooms, sad will
be furnished with the most modern
equipment for tAk'ng proper care of
no guests
Work on the new 11.000.080 Sea.
board shops In Jackwonville has been
suspended pending the reorganlation
and readjustmnent of the finances of
the road. Three hundred workmen
are idle as a result.

The high officials of the WecstOr
Unlon Telegraloh ComrnRiy are In Flor-
Ida Inlpecting the- minipany's property
with a view to lettering ts' facllltie
for handling the Increased business
throughout C:e Sta.te

The bucket shops of Pensacola have
felt the effects of t!e cloning of such
places In Alatamrra Ilusiness from
nearby Alaama s cities and towns came
to Pensacola which almost doubled
the business her,,tofor, done In that
city. -
Lastle Mills, a nero woman of
Peasarola. has put graoline Into a new
Me. She drank a half pnlot of the ex.
pooelve with suitridal il-tnt. She was
| seo thrown into violet roavulska.s
ad the sere.'** of th* city phualclan
were required to relieve ber

S Information has been received fron
OUer Creek that the larg is aSd
phaMng mill of the o e Compam has ci,'a'do down for as
ildenate period. It t 'e" of the
lare plants ti that r<-t~o-f and has
gtvre employH nt to many L"ads

SFr. pp of penOar"- l..rrvtary
of the Glf Coast L),ekl-es, t As
ristkwm. ha gob e to TOt&W 4 *-4
Katmcky as a Btu searT wr havln
as its ehJWt the hBadtw Of' at >to
bseeo gwr'ers ea thl States to e-
btarm I t w cultwatba of the bsaara
asine s e Pueacoe

A O Mw weks &e L* a. I d
OWmand J. IL Gle r, we ned
gaU as Deaie 4 9t -b v
Si bee t vetom" e*m i s
yer" a b~w in Day"rm aud we



It belop to
a baby to eat ae
to laugh and row M
But fat comes firetl
don't ask a scrawny
baby to laugh;.wy,
even his milei pitiful
Fat coaes finL
The way to be fat is the
way to be healthy.

Scoff's Emulsism
b the food,
buto ly a teatfbet.
AN h bm U Oe.R St* OA

fined $1,000 each for reantniga blind
tiger. Now word comes from Talt.-
baosee that the Board of Pardons bas
reduced tOw tes to 1100 esbh.

With a greater number of guests
than kt say opemiag for the past four
years, the Tu npa a y Hotel threw

open itsl dm Thursday morning tor
the Msea of l08, a season which
promtNee Flrtidaa greater number of
tourists than she ha yet entertained.
At the breakfst hour theJt strains
of masc enivened the hotel. the or-
oheotra under the direction of Prof.
Mdward J. MeOrmlek. late of the
Twenty-third lteimental band of the
New York NatUoal Ouards. being the
best yet heard at the noted hotel.

ng a bottle t strychnine for
of quinine, and filling two

scapnas from the contents thereof,
Joeeph Phelps, a prosperous young
farmer of the Levyville Ueuon. is
dead and his wife sla eerously ill.
Thursday morning Mr. Phelpe and his
wife were feeling 111 and decided to
take a dcoe of quinine for their all.
meant Lailing to notice the label on
the bottle which he supposed to con-
tan quinine, he proceeded to 1il the
capsules with the deadly poison., tak-
ing one himself and giving the other
to hi wife. He only lived a short
while. Their friends have some hope.
of his wife's recovery.

F. .LA C. U. of A.

Meeting Will be Held With Jaxville
Union on January 33.
A county meeting of this ausoela.
ton will be held with Jaxville local.
three mile south of Bell. on Thurs.
day. January 23. at which a full at-
tenddace Is desired. as businaes of la.
portance will be broeubt before the
Everybody is Invited, and a big time
Is anticipated.

Simple Remedy for La Grippe.
La grippe eoughs are dangerous as
tuoy frequency develop into pneu.
monIla. &oey's Honey and Tar not
only stope the cough but beej and
strengthen Uth lungs so that no mrt-
ous reealtsa eed be feared. The goe
ulne Foley's Honey and Tar contatis
no harmful Grugs and Is in a yellow
package. Reafue substitute. J. W.
McCollum a Co.

The "Riepperat Weft Aga2n.
Releri. Jan I --Ac',lhq mystewi
mea -"ptew rertn6has boss commit
ted 1. Lbs suburb of Cbarlott~rg.
A Uttle, gIM.r .yoursy ruo!4. wvsa.
ftced la&* the bai~wsy of a Mauses&ad
flata llysabbe& is t*e abdeme e a
was iptstmrIn ismeml the Gs* saw-
su Go P MO NOh by the ma"
go at my mgetie the Mty by fa
Poeles d sutehiwmpoft us"eaOwlires.

Hew le Avoid Pasumeele
Toumame veld paseumein sad ether

Fole@ Hiow mmid Tar. It ~ p.the
"Notgha" d SPeb th addfbomethe
systems "NItIs miuty lain~ve. am,
hotn my bWtthew mulem sIn w syeilvw
packge)IW, maccmma a&Cs.

Cbwsab Coulveyed by IP~f.
~w-a'e. M&e.J%,& ', -.A b
maI pan Ihave*& S swon&" was
6"yto*a rae OW46b".aw40441,0
t6e CCA4rft0ZkUl eA 46*06 hW* SVI
day "a ?toe essouDS44 aw
Me. osome ebab o

M( y we soe We sewIth is ion
-oemhay "W we da" b.
shLe O~dembBeed MUPS W10
Umh se mas bovab mE Swe. a04


Ngrm Engaged in Row. When
One Got Gun After Other.
'- I

Negro Who Was Shot Taken to His
Horne. Where He is Said to Be in
Serious Condition-Surke G.iney
Held, Charged With the Crime.
From Wednesday's Daily Sun
There was "something dolu :Lunong
the oolored people on a "fur:u iiniar
Alachusa Monday, when. In > g ,i,ral
row, Burke Galney shot Mid luwrta.lly
wounded a companion, John Camiptiell.
Campbeli now ies at his homie with
two ugly gum-shot wounds in his
breast ad side, while Gainy lan-
uishes behind the ban of the Alach.
ua Jail.
It appears that the iroes. who are
both ftarors, had soiee milauilder-
standtag. which was followed by in
alter6tU sad a assault with a
*d bo e.bMdreld t gum by Oaliney
upon Coe persea of Campbell. The
0ostauts of boo barrels were dis-
eharged at Cambsll one taking ef-
Set to the breast, the other In their
lainey made hbis MBi|. but was
later arrested by Deputy Sheriff Chas.
W. Stephens and lodged In jail. He
will be given a preliminary hearing
before Justice Caswll as soon as
sampbell Is in a oondition to appear
before him. It may be a charge of
Murder, an It is toid the wounded man
sl In a precarious coditlon.


Mrs. Mary Hall, Well-Known Lady,
Died Suddenly laurday.
Information reached this city Mon.
day to the effect that Mrs. Mary Hall.
aged about, died suddenly
at her home In Treton Saturday
night, the direct cause of her demise
being apoplexy, It I said.
Deceased had been feeling Indispoe.
ed for two or three days provioue to
her death. but nothing serious was
thought of this, as she had complained
on previous occasjons.
Deceased Is survived by a hntband
and three children. .
The funeral was held Monday. the
Interment being at Barnes' FTry
Carrie NatlUen

Certainly smashed a bole In the
bar-rooms of Kansas, but Ballard's
Horebound Symup has amashed all reo
words as a cure for coughs, broechitIA
Influenaa and an pulmonary disease
T. C. H.- Hortoo. Kaneas, write:
"I ave nev r found a medkine that
would cure a ough eso qvekly as Wal
lard's Horehound Syrup. I have used
It for years." Sold by W. M. Jobaeom.

Ceed invy Found in Peature.
Omaha, N'r), Jar: 7.-A mrbrlw
bleteO d tI -)e 0' : "'k of tbe b'Tr
basd society. *as 4': everOtd S0Uda
4ight when have f"tni the bAtxy ,I
Oviseppe rtreras 'nri a &aturs I
st Omaha P'ren. u acmeo tonm N. *
Toak iS lnwnae ago sad told hi.
frieeds that he bld beeS forced to
Mve by threat. 4 deai roam tce
blmak MM soriety.
Aemalsa *Aa~-ae* lm ReaORdng the
NatlIel Pure Peed and Bug Law.
Woe a pleased to saome that
otees. Meoey sad "Tar r eoughs,
eaMEs sad hg tremble. Is met lasted
by the Malnal Pte Food eid rMs,
rmful ieM Od We -miN s d 1
vw aa i estalas "o o te or h der

a a safe rmdy for aW mT sad
adbtha 5. W. MeCelt- a Oe

They Rise oP-It.q of 5Sele
M~wt~oomoerv. A's ism f.- Uo
4"9 ofe t*61-t~ e .l aVve ftl bo
asole Qro ( s 440" a.eshrin~
w~as*t '4 i O:Wteas.ulses
uwles~. ttj ..0 w, lou a 1 #out

d"S&AS l -* for 64&0w
ms b seef s80to"&lrd lo

Ul~smmI pOa"s4) pos' peinbw part
14 bws so go 1 erOw I rholka sell
Istate. NW& eemlue404 '" poal
Per K. tryN s MW "M Ira lways
of It Anyet v wbe Me %a

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H iduli of the Above Is Our Spilty.
We aro heavy rocoiver from your. action, nnd 1
can hlnndleo miorto your ilvantago.
We get the pri alnd mako returns daily.
e nnl in your name and we will forward rubber
stamp and keep you advised a to market conditions.
S Kie'renc-Your local banker.

SBLLA uuin M


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The rootlet wmaet e 4 the Dowd
of Cmuglwehe Ma bo 96meWhSW
1400ANthu ceic *sof. a hi
baud d b~g PFesaw Wda.tSGWW

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b Al* .O -Lim rFiPiods

Ity several mouths ago when he bad
NECWS O CITY ANO l ** -- Bh -" w- lt -
NE S OF CITY AND. the misfortune to loe OaM of 15s limbs
as the result,of a ruaway.
COUNTY CONDEMN ED Miss Re Carpet the chr
daughter of Mr. mad MV. T. U.*sr-
penter, formaly of this dty but now
Ailtn G Of mw hw t Oath. residing to St. Petersburg aa return.
mwd by Oar Ipgrtma ed to herhoie, after a leaan1t visit
to Judge lad Mrs. Syd Carter. As
P.ROONAL AND OCIAL. ITEMS a girl Mik Rosa was quite popular
here, as she Is possessed of a most
amiable disposition.
What Has Happened and What I Mr. and Mrs. J, Fltoer Hill and
Golng to Happen TelIn I hort Par. son have returned from MioMaopy
griphe So That "HeWho Rune May where they have boos for thrpau t
Read It In The Sun. few day with Mrs. all's parents, Mr.
*s I* B1 rand Mrs. I 0. ChItty. be was called
Verno 0. Chy o op sp on asecount of the Wadjs of her sister
Vernon 0. Obitty of Micanopy spent SOW S Matthews, who w"Uqcally Ill,
yesterday In this city as a guest of Mrs. Matthews, who was tty I
relatives. but frineds are glad to learn that her
relatives. condltlc Is much Improved.
W. Jackson and J. M. Turner of conditer is n dc thproved ,
rthosewho After spending the holidays here
Lake View wearo I tho who with her another. Mrs. 8. A. Bland.
pent yorday In t city. ig, Miss Elimabeth Blandla
H. 8. Richardson of Hith Springs has returned to Bartow, where she
was in the city yesterday, the guest of holds a responsible position on the
his sister, Mrs. O. S. Merchant. faulty of Summerlin Istitute. Miss
R. H. Ward of Hawthorn, one of The Bianding's numerous friends here were
Sun's oldest and, most valued sub- delighted at the opportunity to have
soribers, was In town yesterday and her company through theo holidays*
made this office an appreciated call. I). M. Davidson of High 8pri
The condition of Eimer McCreary, was in the city yesterday. MUw Da4.
who has boon oonhed to his bed for son owns quite a tract of Laoe cpross
the iast ten days with typhoid fever, on the Uanta Fe river, and is j*ow
which he contracted In Virginia, re- operatskg a shingle mill, with a ca.
maius about the same. pacity of 15,000 per day. The samples
tiles Leonora Vidal has returned to brought to Gainesville by Mr. David-
her studies at COoverse College. Spar. son were very fine and uniform, and
tanburg, 8. C., after spending the va- his product will Bud a ready market.
cation here pleasantly with her par. The Bun contained motion of the
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Vidal. fact i a recent issue that OlI. I. E.
T. I. ~lnb of lrunswick. Ga.. Is in Webster and H. C. Roth would open a
tho city on a visit to Marshal II. T. store In North laineaville, and that
Aruow aud other relatives. He ex. the same would be under the msanage-
pwrts to spend a few days hunting Baent of Mr. Roth. In this statement
with W. T. Wators at Hlickman. I there was a sUght error, as It was
J. W. Patton is at home again. a'tt-r G(ien Roth. instead of his father, who
an enjoyahl. visit to his old homei,'II be associated In the business.
Leailsto, Vs.. and also to laynchbor'. Olen i a hustler, and under his man-
l|I reports a tood time,. but very cold agement the new venture will no doubt
weather. hn leaving lIAt.igtin taiur. prove a lIaylng Investment.
day iI a imou. -teorin. From, lI'iinrmt.v's A Hlyi. Son:
lkv' Jame.. haas returned froru a Master Lang (heves is suffe'ripg
of three or four days to Jaek'onvillo. with fever.
Mr. Jamesa. ho waus ibtd ose'd, suffer- ir. and Mrs I.. L lasslter of New.
lan from kidnloy trouble, went to re'n itrry favored Ualinesville with a visit
stult a sp cialilt. alid tatoeN that he yesterday.
now feL srteaotly rr'lile.l j. Missoo Kate and Nellie Crown hawve
The Itairdl Hardware Cottinlay in returned hiome. aftef a viit to the
adb rtialliK Japl a-la. a omlini, I et c. guests of frikonlj.
alh t an&d varslh h, In this it,or tf The tho. Main. the etMelent agent of the
Sun It is an hal floor fOitash aHII .lJack.A-mvlls' and Tampa railroad at
w.atrs like Irfti it is al o I, f ,r Sth'ky Po\it. was in town yesv*rday,
fu '1ilT., and is putL up In all (volora ,st, ph li ,hott. formerly of this city
l"v., Thl P 11,a phst-r of the t.ut now r.hiditll In 11gh l8prings. 4sS
liat lrtorbyelterian church, hift Itet.e'r- antaiag thoS. who sp-nt lModd4y inl
di lfor Ctharle:.t.on andl lland. Ctai.'tsv llh%

a. C' taev be will ahti swd 0th1e., xt

bvv'atits io.uth Ciarol ata P v ral idab,.
tCspt J.Iiat oairy of Wtirthiingtei
wasD rvloe big tMib"vvIlle arquaint.1
eak-os yosterd" f ile Cfrietds arv &I-
Woes glad to sMW hiua. .-Up"leialiy Iti
oeiite.*of TI'htes~u. for weboallta ,tb. v~ti
('apllain always has a gaId hated and
* -leer dollar
sav~e I"s Inc tteA-2an d E 4Am
chvasriulaaimxg j tas ~dt- 0' eCthlMir I
C4t, V1110tpe. t the hA,. '.,ov the'rv

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is, *1 lOL1 -realI |life TII-14 W V V ---I3
spent here with his sons, Moses and
David EKdehtein. has returned to his
borue in New York. While Mr. Edel-
stein is residing in New York. where
he is interested in a large skirt fac-
tory, he retalnas his confidence in
G(ainestille by operating his store
J. Goldman. for ome Utime employed
In this ilt as a cigar maker. but
w ho foI the ht few months has bn'en
In Fitzgerald Ga. has returned, and
resumed this ~oltloU with the La
Matantzas iKgar factory. Mrs. Goldman
Is now at I'"rnson on a visit to rela-
tivle, but expcts to arrive In a few

K e'r~t~.a friend rw Thoms,'.s Among tho-,. 1h', have arrived in
Klectrihr Oil Cure. toorthache. ear. the cit. f,,r the Aint.r 14 Tbim. A
t he. sore throat l1cls cutll brutlre. C'lrk I ill-tle Ky. ho is the
'all atopi alny pa grI et o f MIr and Mrs J C. Evans.
rT r.mfrt a lyf th P e",a sI i.u Th West 'Maon.Ir street Mr Clarke

Itank of Nwalwrry. 'bih" appmrs

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spent the 'winter
EVans two yvtrsa
stay male' many

with Mr and Mr.
ago. and during his
friend.. Not wth..

stalldling thast be tsonther AdvanAww
tomo 'ersr.1 slee btwwlIve'd his four-
all- 1.4

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days ago, the particulars qf which our
readers are familiar with. died at I:'i
home about 9 o'clock Sunday mornir:.
after intense agony and suffering biinco
the sad accident. She was surrounde'l
by her devoted husband and ehildre a
at the time death came to rvllele hrr
of her tufferings. Mr Jolly has been
at her bedside ever siuce shortly after
her misfortune.
DIcased leaves a husband and two
children, to whom the sydlmathy of
friends generally vi extended.
A Ptrange and sad coincidence In
this death is that a sister of Mrs. Jol-
ly met the same fate a T f
years ago
The funeral was hll4 M-.'ai rnr'.
uns. and 'a% largely attrivned. T'er.-
were many handsome floral offer-
lnxg whkh were sent as tokens of
the eteetm an which deceased was
held by her frieds.

MarvMageof Yo"egPseep
Thome w&4 Dqmrriage at the par-
@msatt of the rstMethodist church
tn thim city Wrdr#%~daky mot-.hrLr. the'
routrictitijt parties twfac Norvnan Tay-
l..r atid Mu.. 'r.ra TA-YIor. Rev. Nixon
e"T2.:~ Th- 'rva.rrt1go can-~e a.
*4'!'.' -' *r *' ta flon'Ai1 of t .e'

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of Ne V y mIt Ari.

.A P-A-LAC is the ideal
and mIodel foor-finish.
Do I;ot ihlvw "white"
wen walked ipon-oep
and water (lo,', not affect it

It Wears Uke Im

Mnake your oldl furniture
new 1,v appllying a coat of
.Ip-.\-L .- Jap-Lac Wbw
weers. rn it All col-
ur-, iu ca:.. rkady for uce

25c t. 2.50--

Baird Harwe C 'y
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-ale A wasft M Alleidaes -m 1 Gre ilt ma
of prjV la f the we t d towLI. ti c a ity d on tmbuet
ft, a 1lalso-Tboro e BarredKsn Mr. Matheron and Min fati
Plyme* Rleek Oe eg W lahing; $1 Fartws of Rochelle faveod OGane- ANK
tfr 15, $ 6or 100. Mrs. W. R. Dreber, vine tried with k visit yesterday.
Miaop, Florida. Teachers can have th dr rportW
Theo Oy ounl met In regular ears printed at The S m ol e at very
monthly r Moadar night, there low price. Sample ftor ad pri oM o f *Iw F-
M1t a quaorm preset, despite the ca applcation. At the Close of bualnea De. 81, 1907:
tdOMmt weather. John Luther of Old Town, after
Misam lossie, ]Mnude and Alice, three or four days spent In this city, Condensed from Roport to the State
ad Walter Crown, of ocky Point, are left yesterday for Jacksoaalle, where Comptroller Dee. 81, 197.
spending a few days In the city as he was called on business. -
the guests of friends. Dr. Clyde L. Carter and family have RESOURCKS.
Ma Lewis, who has been attending removed from 50 8. Unlvesity street, Loans and diseounte...... ($1931801
th University of Florida, has return- where they have raided for some Due from banks and b'nk'rs J1370.44
ed to his hdoe in Atlanta, Oa., where time, to 308. Union street Real etato .............. 200MM
It is sald he win remain. Prof. John W. Wideman, for several Overdrafts ............... *W.*
W. Smor, who has been employed yards principal of the Gainesville Cash in vaults........... 38,8.2
by Moose jdoistein as salesman for Graded and High Schpol In this city,
the pat few months, left yesterday but now of DeLand, Is here on basl- Total .................. $W,139.67
for New York, where he will make his nem. LIABILITIES
future home. Jesse I. Griin of Joneavlle is in Capital .................. $ 75;000M0S
Mrs. W. 8. Lang of Waldo was Ia the city. Mr. Grian Is still walking Undivided profits ........ 4070.88
the city yesterday. Mrs. Iang has a on crutches from the result of a runs. a Depots ........... T070.79
5OW, Walter, attending school here, way more than a year ago, in which D.............. 706
aod ha decided to make ler future he sustained serious Injury. Total .................. $1,139.67
hooe In Oainesville. If you need large sise (No. 10) en-
Mr. and Mrs. John Shea, who have velopes, you can gset them at The Sun State of Florida,
beeo residing at the Merchant home, office (printed or not printed) cheaper County of Alachua.
Bat Liberty street, are now pleasant. than any place In Florida. We' have I, E. D. Turner, cashier of The Dut-
ly located In the MoCreary cottage, ;a large lot of this size which were ton Bank, do solemnly swear that the
at Main street N. sent us by mistake and which we are above statement is true to the.4et of
I. A. Fisher has returned to hisa selling at cost / my knowledge and belief.
home in North Galneaville from a visit! Mr. and Mrs. Robt. L. Barton and E. D. TURNER, Cashier.
of a few days to Tampa and Fort children and Mrs. Barton's sister, Subscribed and sworn to i %ore mo
Myers. He reports the sections visi- Miss E ima Waits, were in the city this Dec. 31, 1907. H. P. ROBINSON,
ted in a prosperous condition. from Rocky Point yesterday. The Notary Public.
lbsuetbos on rural free delivery ladies and children preceded to Haw. Correct-Attest: H. F. DUTTON, J.
routes a misend in their subscriptions thorn, where they will spend a few 0. NICHOLS, G. K. BROOM, Direct
by tho mall carrier Pess who days with relatives. orn
desire The Sun oaauch routes an Among those who spent yesterday
also Mad money by the carriers. in this city was J. N. Shealy, a pro. GAINESVILLE BOTTLING WORKS.
C. W. Foster and L. W. Long of "ressive merchant of Rochelle. Mr. -
Rocky Point, proprietors of Magnolia Shealy some time ago puahased the This Enterprising Firm Has Moved
Grove, one of the prettiest litUte ee mercantile interests of Mrs. Snklea Into Its Own New Quarters.
tates In the country, were among in Rochelle, since which time he has The Gainesville Bottling Works, of
those who spent yesterday In this city. built up a very handsome trade. which J. B. Brooks is manager, Is now
After spending the holidays at the Mrs. Wm. Sutherland and Miss in a home of Its own, having moved
home of'her mother, Mrs. F. B. Tom. Maude Bhutt have sone to High into Its elegant and modern new
klea, here, Miss Kate Tomkle. has Springs, where last night they attend, quarters a day or two ago.
returned to Banford, where she holds ed the installation of officers of the This plant is now one of the best
a position on the faculty of the Ban. Rebekah Lodge of Odd Fellows. Miss In this ,ectk n of the country. The
ford High School. Shutt expects to return at once, btt new building, wleh 1is owned by the
The Republican executive commit- Mrs. 8utherland will remain in High edmpany, was designed especially for
tee has called a precinct meeting, to8lpring with relatives for some time. the purpose by Mr. Brooks, and sl
be held at Johnson's hall Friday, the Mrs. Ella Rives of High Springs up to date in every way when It comes
10th Inast., for the purpose of electing wis a guest of relatives In this' city to a bottling plant.
delegates to the county convention, Tuesday night and Wednesday, re. ne of the most desirable and most
which will be held on the 16th inst. J turning to her home on the after, convenient features of this now plant
Mrs. W. C. Jaeltoo and sister, Miss noon tra n. Mrs. Rives was en route is the fact that the "mixing-room."
Ida Redding, have returned to their from St Augustine, to which point she where the syrups, etc., are compound-
home In Gainesville, after an extended accompanied her daughter. Miss ed, is up stairs. where the mixer has
trip to Colorado. The many friends Kathleen, who is attending the con. no contact with those on the lower
of these estimable ladies extend them vpnt there. floor. The mixing-room is also insect-
a hearty welcome back to Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. H. Bell and Mrs. proof, which is another advantage, and
C. A. and W. J. Williams, two proml Bell's mother, Mrs. B. E. Gruelle. are the mixing of syrups, etc., is carried
ment itizens of Trenton, were busi- enjoying the novelty of camp life in on by an automatic principle which
ea visitors to tAls city yesterday. Italle's hammock for a few days. keeps the syrup even.
The former made The Sun an appro- There i* plenty of small game report. Entirly new machinery of the moot
lated call He report matter un an apphi ed n the hammock, which, with Mr. modern type has been installed, and
section in fairly good shape. commner* Iel's superior marksmanship, 1 an in all this is one of the most modern
really and otherwise. assurance that the party will have plants of the kind In the Stata.
Mrs. Walker and daughter, Mi. plenty of game. The Gainesville Bottling Works are
Louise. have arrived in this city from making a specialty of the famous Uni-
lIainbridge. G., and will make their DEATH OF MRS. JOLLY. vwrslty Brand, which include many
future home here. Mrs. Walker is an soft drinks controlled entirely by
aunt of Mrs. W. C. Jackson and Mi Lady 8o S*riously Burned at Waldo them. Their advertisement will be
Ida R~'ddingl., and she and Miss Walker I Passed Away Sunday Morning. found elsewhere in this Issue.
will be heartily welcomed as perma-! The sad death of Mrs. Walter Jo!'/.'
nent reiidhnts. who was so seriously burned by trcl-.
dI 1 t *,,.-. ,n dent at her home in Waldo at f \v

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