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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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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M(ous and hazardous. hWhen the crusa GIVE SAVANNAH CARTIR'S CMAH.
wa at it height ti loor gave wa T lFFICERS tucebyeTntative Ed.
prectipitating nmany persons to th i BIll Introducea by Representatlv Id.
basement and the !botes of tnese will I wards of Georgia.
be burled beneath tb.e charred timber- Wr.hti-:-onu. D C., Jan 16- Itepr.
and tons of bricks from the ruined : y Stel FIsCiOilS ForT Me sentatilve l tlwards of the flst Georgia
*,11. I district %la.e.s to refui, for thle .s.
In addition to the opera house sand g UI Sam'S Navy. vannah river Imiprovenitni work all
ltrat National hank Rawllns' ard i the nmcne w~ ch the government may
ware store and the dwelling house of rtovtr firo: Ciaptain (ltu*rli iCarter
Robert Rahn, Harry Pennypaoker and ARE NOW AT RIO DE JANEIRO or any of t ..' ot'r l.srtesl conneIti.
Alfred Seashard we e burned. 'li ithe' fr ,!i groilng ut of that
The monetary loss will amount to / work A.\ : ving tl.s itn view an
about $75,000. Dr. Penna, President cf the Republic. pr,;,: .! l. %l 1sIavnin(Ah mi>.,I'..
--.-- -eCallyiv Welcomed the Visitors to waui

S -, 135 Are Missing. Brazil-The Americ
vyerstewn, Pa. Pottstown, Pa, Jan. 15-Telephonu Function Was Bril
rat wn, Pa., Jan. IS.-When Imessag'a from lIh erstown eaRly Tue.
aBoynortown PTua.. th e full en1 day morning pa'nre the number of Rio Janii4o. Ii'a;
entaMn uesday n t e fl whe missing In Mo:d.av night's fire at 136. first of tie many o
t destofMondayhsewasburnwhed nIt is believed th, ,,ath list will go b ebe given ;i honor of
Itheade' opera house was burned, wai
yond the.-o flKure. tean naval uellerrt .'
The list of dead ite placed at 16t0 heve took p! Mtot
and the Injured at 75. SOUTHERN CUTS SALAJREi. event os a i t to i
How many killed may never be -- later of Marl,, Ad ,
kaown. lor among the victims of this All General Officers and Clerloal this was foilo J 4 t
awful disaster were a number of vi-. Forces Are Affected. the president of 1'1
iters aad-some strangers who may Wa~s'irt'o:. Jan. 15-The adidal- Penna, and a ha.t,
have left so relatives to trace them strathbe (oi'. o of the Southern raill- ana ambas&dor, I,
ta their satimely fate. way and t.'.i" r!-Ileal forces have felt Dr. Penna cordlsl)
the prin. f r liced earnings. Itora t# Brazil. I
400 In Playhouse. the pL uW c e earning f tlod wa a brlli .
President 'it lrey has anounced a cut ,.
It Is estimated that there were 400 of 10 per c v In his owa salary, that Home 6f Diplon
people In the playhouse when the ex- of the vice pr'idents of the system. In the aftetrnooon ,
ploeoa eof the gas tnk occurred. all tho gn" a: olffl ers and their office crns went out to IPe,
The tank was belng used ln connect. forces. ,ffe,,v Feb. 1. This Is ur- of the diplomatic c
tlom with moving pictures. An am. -nounced a- op In the program of miles dltlita from
tter performance of "Scottltsh R. reducing ext,,.~ The wage era- were atompanied tlv
oermaton" for the benefit of St. John's era have not e,,, affected yet. Poe, sian offers nnd h,
athera Sunday school wasbeing lDbly tho ncxt stop will reach/em. of the various legati, :)
produced. Instantly the explosion ,The dcrow.,i elaratnngs of the road station of this -
acourred, some one yelled "Plre!" and Southern, as u n by its thirteenth, received by the ase
ta les time than It takes to tell it. u nual re: rt. covering the Oseal year Dudley and Joined p.f
the oelaer of the 'jpera house was a ending June :t,. 1907, will help to ex. by the aabaseador hi
blaz itgtarace. plain tLe lnipilllng necessity' whlet ty thea proceeded to
'ise rapidity with which the flames prompted the executive ofRIerO of th O&e president. Mr
grese wans mased by the upsetting road to take this sp. Admiral Thomas to
of the eoal d4 lamps used as the foot- ; While the gro ea fral5I tm OpeP Admiral Thomes the
%&ta by some of the persons on the atto for the period wer s4.67.904. Dr. Phama each ffice
tage who endeavored to allay the s owing an increa,, evi e thoee of the Replying to complin
trihtened wome and children and proceeding y" $S3,01I.0, the op. et made by Admiral
quiet the aUdlatoe. But even the eratlng expenses and taixe taereased Pesma said
iee seeame to loge all control of $4,26,143. cr'nting a deereaee la Net,. "I am extremely
11eel5ve ad fought with thae w- earnings of "M.9t9.587. e total presae hereof the oN
me ad ehldmren who composed ntact incone ohow'l a deIreee of ever lag the powerful flee
greater part of the audience to gain $1.5A0.,o anjd te balance remalain waters by the fr!endl
ame street. over fixl, ,.,;ir'.q paid SWhoed a d- north, a aatioa to whit
Weeten and Children Trampled. frreas' t 1 i 774. by Tdes of strong fril
In this aaner women and oblkiren,. ni"o .'e,'rnl passed Ist regular gratuate you spn
who light otherwise tlave esacped ei arl anni'-i' 'v'I tend. due on Oct. 1. navigators and expre
the roaring fames, were forced back 19)7. t.:. I :Ing on tits s count Uon. You have arr
and trampled e. $.1",10,1.,14 at )our detlnati,,n I
Particlarly was this the ease wieta '- w great dilMculties lires
those who were caught on the star Died fror Effects of low en Head. dertaking. YTo are
wamye. Pandemonlum reigned and tL, Kau AL t n. IS F-The dead corned here, and I trius
mad scramble for the extitas is simply iwly tf .' 41"v llrntion. owner of the In Brasil will be happ
Thderabarle. e Navrr, '., ~ as found In his room In r*iponse. Ad! ia
The weaker ones were bruebp I Mond;' having been cruash- irt apefch of thai
aside and la many Instances trampled ('M L '1 r found I)ng a byi !'pr tn Ieavrtl I e re
to death. Scores of persons on thu i'" '* ` wa known tn have ear. Penna the eo& wtf
second Boor. selWng the awful )am rld 11,, "' .nl ,on 1he stairways, rleked their live% ws1 ':- Iforaden e ame from was uperb. Amon: ttiw
by jumplag from the wildows. In 1'3". 1', n V:1; With lits broth & all the Americasi adx l
tels way several were so badl) Injured er F..e .',ndon. who is now i siandling ofdcals of 4
that they died before rearMifn any of 'Tyler hi c ,nw,4 real create here val- the Brasilan mirn-'ter
the nitmeous temporary hsplta!s. ued a: r. *, "a $1000.(00. The m ur. Brstlilas minliser of %
Boyerstowa is a vill of about rdird I atr ii aa cripple aad but fter the naval stg. a** o
2.%04) ;j.epla. and theb s scarcely a feet i~r. lgi thbe allaiter o
%osme in the little tows that has aDt ---- Saree rDere Bras- a
been aff leted by Monday uigbht's vTi. Ka*se**r Snd GoeUn. gertka a oad fet-ers
Citation of the fre. 'lhnqr. W n. R C., Jaa. 1-4veat .
Reuben W. Stover, oe of those who pre-r-, ,, are beasng ade by the COAT UNE TO LO
Qecaped the lames, tn speaklangof the Grma s: ., .'s of (harlesto. 8 .. -
on a. : to rre s the o feeM of the Germas Seute CaWilne TT 1et

Uteefem Shoek Building.

"Weoa the eaploeloa occurred,
There were at least thirty boys and
girls oe the sb*ia. while many more
were behind the stoaev. Wl'.haut
wmniang there was a terrific explosion
weich seemed to sake the entire
balldlag. ImredtSa'!y ter *as& a
wti rush for the elits. The "isple
04 the ,sage jumped from the foot.
Mghts lato the adleesce 1verybod ?
*emed to hare oest rostrol of them.
The ame fiarnt coamed the lSeay
meeaey. 4d theea came toward the
Crowd Mhe a reat wavre and the et
0euste smoke 4oppedao mee, womes
e4 eOldre to es path. The LamIe
4 them rt.
Tlb. ee em *em braht sader so.
tmi wW Yeal r*y e'T m-r -malue of
ter seeaWAOe bha ard Iv tMee
be Sad Peea twu.

ft mea navemetasseams

4ft asqeu dt

wsai-lp M. M UJ.fltetet, wlet 1
due he:.las. a tO bnftg the *ar
,f's -,-- nxas to the cittlets of
C('Lar-.* n .einclaUy to the enmbear
of *' ,' (-nan coloey who are a'lll
a-' ,o the fatherland, and to all
0po e::f' r

Of'e-reReward eqf5Sm.
SL-r.',c st'y, Ala.# Jos. l-'The Nat

Isaiferi a aware (d $,.SOfor thW

e~. ~ (I (fbthepartive Who S"tors,
*'11,12 f' A140lSM.J. 1, LW.
a vweksa &O. Tbe states

ti'.'ra a-ais pbythea66M wirth The to!
still. Is erlt efsseiniiutef

%, o~Y-W. Josa. IS -WhbOeaa
taklea- w0'4 t I& lm i eeeof P*06W
Irk P r'?itf* h tb iV aS ONOW
moe. COraige ee'Sty. mesy. be Op
towered I)-bm belvhadb"pW-4 d
ptace aviWt1009ie
~--e cin. ~ aOMWe
vsa" Id m sWW r

0eu "OsheOMN
(hw1Ums, a -S. ,
&awde116"m~t" amin
1.4 seroa" 4"ae
:"at lAme o "l7

the railroad ror
Oeserat Lw*f
volaltautly put *
the ga.e peoa r
appUied il No't-
la Nerth a(:*
itwm -- *i i&

.n Ambassador's
,ant One.

lionht: 4 to,
0, heiit, it i,
lit- I I; S .1%

00)1 1 Cin '.Jb) *11!o e'itlt ilt III Itha t
CaI- r i% -tt I1t lod 1t)the 111~
itt I %tit (1 11111 1-1 ril
bamt et z ut~4 I'g e' ugr%
r f' t I I1 141 t : ff tit, 1 i a4 I Ir11Fr 4ic t II lv
ti111 04 It I 111 14I I It I 1 mu 1 U 1 t vto %t'i Iit Ir
( ):! ,-r 1 ,'. -r 1 :4. i r .

1,thiic. Or 110 ll- 1 1! %I t I 1 1 11 1 o% i r CI
("tteI A'itoil' (0t at*see tle let I 111) 10% Vo t I

ene1li,' no it, e V[ i,'I-1it smiel NoV%-Ivtrwv
n~~~ : ,:Ottt',Ii the S' .11 t-) o mwmit l byV at r
I afitrtrr %,Ii Ar l',.Io!) dkitm-eI to Itmpren'.
~tc Corps. ldwil.tfo i 1 It thillJwos( ti1At Ali)

i1k. Itoi lma so im d

rapilal. lThey MILLION Fon MUSIBANDS.
i Am- hJit lt:Ka
re.r,%revttlitile'o Sbath T~hIcnosToo Much Armerictin
S At t~he rait Gedd"ring for Tinsel Crowns
'iatrim.the Wassbi~gtoti, Pi:n lb ltnpresentA.
ot t try to M r. t~vt' A(Iijiih A, $atith of illlmois, 4
Cottiy afterwgirdh nativetsill,? ihoentlt, andI a baeues,444r,be-
nmplf. The par. llewe3. to qual"l( his own ()rllo,, illat
fte resi4neo'tit, "the' tat hers of)(oour American girl are,
D~udley. prelseiU' ,paying Utao much real goutliInthe iuir-
o Dr. Pesos anill chaxsetit tlnecel crwns." sad ithIa
,-n Curest* o view. to dismiosraging the practice. hot
mostry ddrss.per cent tax upona all 4dowitrles. gifts.'
Thoms *Dr.I attleutintns, or advances of &@Doerty
made Its conalleierat1QP of or amottempla.
11"11666d at thle tio of marriage, by citizesmeor sub-
*11101m'3 o"MwXAnd'dtject~sof the lUnitedi Plates of Amer-
14 1141t to thf10, 5iIrs, to persons, other than citiseina or
17 natIon of the subjects 4,E'tup inltrd Stataes of Anaer.i
ch we are 11111te1da..
endahip I ofi n IMr Rst~alth ma'4ol
yoaw usiloros 441'sai. tthe lnItis(Itmbirbythe Astars'
@#a InY oItniril-of th" prctU~iceCof Warr) ng Anerilrai
rtv*4 punellia!'Ygirls t4) ?er.'Isn tItle.s, Il(i.~oiffix)hag
1% 1111l""(if IIt' bonn ii'&%-onfrilm ibowprivato vwealth of
steut by S"irriirtiin"Itiie'ma? te 't'4l'e i taliA Is itdw
v o r4ialli, w"I Pri., awt ryarrisro P*n'?tenitents psi
st tMat )tour stay wt t I t I Ito A I fun it'evii) rats a
Dy." I (.prcemoiv hll, eoffiwa04,.4
al 7"10,0iss fttld'~R laristl to. wtosill proljiore an Militoun+
Oka meet I-i'.'mgi t)e0 The ibmtirl ofl
Peldetiro (if 1fir herfalulCY thp1t ",ee ma fe eretefo..I
'e drItii'l (l toUit) 11the--upon II#, ore aim the bus.
T' P, a rlo-rrtbn1 c. tluioftegr
noo e.ft f.
airal.i.. s5 4et* SOWS RZ.TURNING Prl^cr.rcrlrrv
earb bA'tteshl').
,of ?r Prl' I bf Atiamto Bank SWits 3WCCO In 1iltwve
war, tI*s ?fn to Ur teid 11talqs I'reamo.'y.
Metal repieent Allan 'a. JAItI If, nr, ir ...maesnel
foreign sllairm. d41so Is .tae#1T1' )I zl@ 'I,,I' Itt' a'
ad a nmber of O It c-,,hmr'rh %#!, 01- -1eel ,,4aP
aleighs1 0,111 aa .el ~i, ,s 1 oets 11mtwes
-~~ bank n*r ans,,a t t-1:e t.4~7*
1?. 0 110'satA'C It 11t i *eruesb
IRatese Fasedby y '"Is tji ;. ,'t, l,&,o &owed Isto
40"e- Aijama *itie C, t4'A1e5*i .IrtNgeY
Jan. 195 -AW rit q II J~~g,4*1.0 !60rPLA'I'(f1, lO1-,
I WksPrroV'4e'.)! e 4~g;* tim lhikum? 00111tttI
of IlssAtlalale '. *'.t see. ro-1'stiI't f
114 Monday at Ia A't'A,! 11 0'swaa ;,4!9 -f 1

Ith (3oevvnf.r Ama.I
mask ae &&ditoorvey
,at hbs rCad wowi.
Alls Iloul (a"I
inrat.. ie woud iho
f~ro1JUt S
ftaa Mr lania:1f',ti
'A moo'o rf ,, 0

oare'~rae .'&~

the T.4fisf' P.


Japanese Cabinet Eet Trs
derResigua te.


Priml o sisterer Resigns,. Sui HMt Stb
iugntion Was Not Accepted-Olff Np .
ences i ;sting Over the Budge 1
*eielted To Be the Cause.

Wiall: CA ''o 11114114,4. AU41Id uabua'w.Yaw.
SM111a *i, tixtiut r -fof eninumicatklom
0' .,; v nvuodfrom ~thtv cabinet mder
ro-d--T.. W tet l' ; AV% b.stWO1aICptid. It*
re's%:owm of i u Marqjuis Salonja, the
price iui.t', ti. o'oc rfusewd
A:1 1,1 'iepon'e fthe cabimet
U, . .11111A SmH~ioeuija visited 60
51111 wo i A' t.10 INlse mt -tilwas oqul.b
ly b. 'oe y Prince I to. I t Is uw
dots *t I it~iatefiteerw'it'rmexist ovW
the 1:1,-i, wl~ieh aro lrmv~nail"Ibi.
Uayittomuja Is still the "I,

('iie na~hessroceivotd from I'O 1. .1 '1tiiiuth hAvo e ldoted that
thle suaijot iim1t1lsto 'was Motinetlg wiLt

e()iteti psitutcotinrly beviause of the teo
dite i' iit' Wail" eby It In tho appropIs.
Mainuufi~r Iilillutry Stan t0) dpStnIeat PSt.
V)SONTh nlotV10014110In jspas am
apimreching &A dthe oppositilk Wha
beeclti oneeavorlng to create Asite"S
enoul"tIm t aslast the- GWAbm by
Glawns ofatanewspaper eampalab, at-
tacking principally the NOYMuNgiSM
polli:7,of Increasiag tLatlho MWan 111111.

The financial pNogAM was toa~ll
ly settlsed at a meetiug of the sema
'all of older sti~tensnes held Dee. M1
It was sing of retreaebmest, sMW be
volVP4 a a leditm eIn e apA*6VsM d
tUe armay and navy hfmte st du
years whereby 1the pometaseVWU
save 8211f),00.000. Aaosas this 11111
gram 110'eMO kuaws, tMeepolm
maile vlitgo ospreparebatlsils 1
It in the dMet Otherrepors ele redM
that .j ,umlsalrulatkoe of $00.
In tin callgot h44 aroused wideepveAi
dlirwiet liit Me fnancil sat MUs 1Athe
0*wlatl1 ign'nttstry' antJOal thm'ee dw
age, rlee~r, was a eartomla is ereeeiftli
lthe talilnot Ibiestause'#of the redu.Uef
Is the apinnpriatleM for railrad eOW
strur'lopt As a result the rfelgaall
of leslusern Yarnagfais. MInielstr of ilam
S~nustlnhwas annountied, but 10
Mod'airt) denied


Go CeilarseegLloleuenae OfSe. Ho"
draSY, of Alahoms.
Ot'irrieilDue, () Jan. l."h ~
Vivulvans of Aisbeima here hut m
voindiast o ?wPreelidol, sand tugtIs
William 11 Taft." 014 Hoasry Or"*.
weite,59 ir Mleuteiontit pbeim eap l'a
1alpra, who PoosiS tthufub Oe1MuM
Go btoaplay 'lie No* IffotfbMo
ti a *-, t ib 14for Mfy&an MuSoheAM
,aeratic s*seatlle sad I bdlwgu ft
will Ne 00 eheedoseof the MV9011
If Ae i to he eepfes hags hW bt
mana r tl'o&@55bea"I U 0adi toa
Taf &, raft asporseto be pellie'
tint only LhFOSgbOUI the aVuthb" htoI
the Of lr patsi of ith.e efatry I bagse

Iat fbe t iissjltiat*4 to witi he
sloete4, saW foribef I regard hi.s see
lalstlas &ose aeerd."

wUdn.-- W.' sog* 'as 'e'a wi0%Vl-, aW NWfo,11Cee's I Fromus. ir, venm" Wine P~se.
Imi bca be. 6l"dboo, W0 Gr -. "'p :. A'& .)Is is -IMO'TeInAMI6, Pop",Jun 1.0-4wMeatY arna". O
Okea* to eosaW f the O*I'i~c af'e' ,t:e 0j 'ematinraiiled oe tos c. SFireasach Amea,ea k". awe* s
~bw teuO '*wews rUadoed :P? New t113.fa. nt ,eseV6d as ar. Deetacke Arqhdcaoa 5Prjim adSIUPS
eer&mestt hr .1.35 aW thae m ra*.I* da or tt the "U 1.Jlg efor W M"troelgtoby mallagigas rauvia 011004" is ft
wil be sluodIV40 COEWu~IDSCa jas v r. iethe" e o ars will e hub liI., %has sit Yhe am
title ebnm".14 thervlwfta 1 -o the *@ua*, &V As", O~w~ eW&U: flight use eA. is so POWS
a am&*a to Softh carolt, a "&tor. h'.-'she s 44 a"os Sm 0e"Of aa OMcI-51 floait~m I of
de th d o n ,a r n t l

sods 60 (AO v -V 'TWehe wl vtI"A WONe*.

"V"head "M Ofefte d"sd. pIb OSO b awfa"
294JO.U'-4mrrv, MM CJeeMW .f
I" mum saw A* I no*qm.

VOL. XXIV, NO. 292


sToklEithde r"ag Per.
fihrmaO at bcyerstw, Pa.


Onme ef the Moet Awful Catastrophes
Snes the Memorable Iroquola Dis.
m or at Ch*laonn Has Occufrred at

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ttveA of Tomesee ad %SW,.
I duted MEan.


4 te4 Great Enthusiasm Amon Del.1
S pteoo-Littleton Was a Prominent
Member of Tens BrV at Age of 24l
When He Removed to New York.
The Tamp Tribune of January 13th
eomtalaed the following Interesting
Sket41 of the lawyer to whom Harry,
/ i ils e entrusted the chief defense .
St his ase In his second trial:
"Mdrt n W. Littleton, chief counsel
Iarry Thaw, Is today receiving
~owearne eogratulattoss of his legal
l es' gue and friends upon having
)O WMed another milestone in his comn-
ia g tvely short but famous career.
SIWeto was born In a log cabin In
R3a' oce nty, Tennessee, January 12,
1871, so that now he is only ,8 years
O ; a p.,/ His rapid rise to fame has
". a one of the most phenomenal
4 mou the legal lights of the country.
6 $e has gone up like a rocket, and
4, ato nothing to indicate a descent.
s fellow attorneys look upon him as
4 A ud star In New York's legal firms.
a1ent, and one whose brilliancy will
eostaatly increase with #ear.
"The chief counsel for Thaw to a
self edueated man, having attended
1hool only one term. He was a farm
bInd and a baker's assistant In his
Vet Olth, and at the ap of sixteen be.
same a track-walker in Texas. It was
V 9'r that le was setsed with the am.
bitlon to become a lawyer, and at nine.
S1MB thi self-educated boy was admit.
d to the bar. Down at Weatherford,
Tea., the people are sull talking of
Sexcessilve brightness of 'Mart'
ttleton. They are not surprised that
be has become one of the greatest
t. 4wyers In the country. They would
M be surprised at anf greatness
Vht' may achieve, even to the Presl.
: "iUttleton left the little town of
Ah eatherford to embark on a greater
9rWer toDallas. He was only twenty.
e When he Invaded othe bi Texsa
i. y bet the older ad more seToneds
teraeys of the Dallas tbr were soon
*rod to admit that the Weatherford
%, V lawyer was a smart youngster.
Md ,wb bee had shows hisa ability In
a few t aportant eases he cut a large
1, lAtse tor himself as oe of the fore.
sst lawyers of the North Texas me-
Went to New York.
p "On December 1.1i at the age of
S wetyPour, the young lawyer married
Mae Wilson In Dallas. Conaldering
". DOW too mall to al Nord full scope ofpr
6h6 ability. LUttletm had determined
S e tblbtsh himself is the nation as me
iNela. Olring up her luxurious
a i Taema, the bride of a tofew ae
S etMl tth wlh Littleton for New York.
I, The oopte bad little money, but liUt
Sttefto was primed with ambition and
I'i o yag wife abooaded In faith. So,
b Isto t18K, 1 Jttleton Braft et fbot tIn
swoV York-tbhe great. carelese, heart
S m ery be bhad come to conquer.
"had be did eoaquer. The task was
ag easy. at lrlt. but LIJttletoun's spirit
was tadomltable. l eo did not walt ftr
e pportualUes e made them. The
tsetropoMltan lawyers. with blase muat
Mes, at lst severed at the enthusiasm
S f the young Texan. 1qt lees than
S three years after his arrival In New
T York Uttleton was made an AssIstant
* itIotre Attorney of Katns county, a
psitlom whklrch many older ahd more
supeprteced lawyer would have bees
glad to seur- While serving tI this
empatty. lJttledon iroecuted *Oot-
I RthMQOkt' Mllsr and assisted ti ome
duettla many other famous ease.
"Mew York Is quick to nqrenise se-
alums. so It was ot loa before Little
dale had become famous as an orator
and a afterdlauer speakesrl Its com.
tbae4 the suave charm of the Sbsthern

grMtlMAU with th nerOOus alfftnsso
tit the Yankvv. a"d the cowbinstloa
%2% a pleasi1ng on* to his auditors.
A National Figure
"it api to Il%)That littloen became

it le t % -adiluesesd by m ni Of natbon.

New ywk d-Ard.4 that litUtMM *Am
the vow av2azi dto %4vr the aso"e'
S0inibat lax Alt's It.Parker OwtW
Pasir*Afv1at 55the 41. Lauus eeavealimm
SdSIM It bhe miibssiam he we&Wd
waome the 4,P64gate'sasould ave bes

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MsA I nT
Made tJ the best pigments and
pure linseed oil. Covers more
surface and lasts longer than many
Paint made. A guarantee on ev-
ery can.
If you are contemplating building
or painting your old house you
want the BERT. There is a
in everything. In Paint it is

Palt, Oil, end lae.

spread among the voter of the ouan-
try. Parker would have been elected.
In 1904 and 1905 Littleton was borough
president of Brooklyn. and he makes
his home in the big borough across the
"He retired from public life two or
three years ago In order that be
might build up a private law practice,
and In this he has been as suceessful
as In all of his other endeavors. If be
succeeds n securing the acquittal of
Harry K. Thaw, pitted as he is against
the pasts of criminal prosecution,
Jerome, he will have subeeded In his
boyish ambition to conquer Nthe
Wonderful 11orese of Hyombei in Cur-
Ing Catarrh,'Even In Ch, alo

llyomel Is the most unusual remedy
ever known for the cure of catarrh.
It follows Nature In her method of
treating diseases of the respiratory
organs. as Its be li h ng balsams aa
taken In with the air you breathe.
Lua reaching the most remote air
Cells In the nose, throat and lungs.
killing all catarrhal perms and pre-
venting their growth.
Use Hyoel at the r-t symptoms
f Catarrh. Doot allow the disem e

nose to the throat, theme Into the
bronchial tubes, ad then onward and
Hyomel will cure all curable form i
and stages of catMrh. J. W. Me-
Colleum Co. take the whole risfand
ofer to refund the money for a dol.
r outfit if it falls to cure.

shot ku Head: May L nv C

thA rt t th't". 1%" .1'r'f ,vt *:l t
the ha'! p* -*trtt:t-r tb frit of 'he
brin a' t :,b*4dtrg tIef i' he ,, .,e':
oer tee !*ft eye, 'a a
faItraby aN eNture In he ethod efM
sran. atteethna hea stathig flat.
wlIte the oettis a h ri at ope, nt

Harh phaysk reaK WOaklmthe
bous leOulN e epu softy. tss
Ask yw rop& 4ruw frew

Liptft MH Kt WfCbaImas4.
New Tork. Jae., 15-The Asooviasf
at Preo" hasreceived h*twe owl.1In
cabegram trim S9r Ttomas Upwij
'Slmv. sia$. CVYWU, s. 14- '
Have sot *haMIged Too al"v
USa.' of baW wevoW" -lA. iA -


DiOlMusi PreelAphted by Inquiry y
0enoP CUb...-seon.
W-ashlntonu D. V;, Jan. .-- .
peMet tmes of bond y the secretary
of the trsutry for the purpose of
'lteriln t financial strl hency wai
C *ubjct of an animated debate bI
the Mitate 16ouday. fe dIfu--Won
wu preclpitat*g by a" Inquiry by Sen.
itor Culberst, md was partlclpa'od
la b Senaters Aldrilch, "Tlman acd
Valley. It rMeulted tIna agr e aent
to postpone further oliwaroW y untll
a stIatM t oa be reotred from See.
rtOry O6rtalyou. While the subject
was wander diseasmlom, Mr. TUnA's
resolutloMe dhrWcting the flnape com-
mittee to tqure lnto ,the operations
of the treasury department was refer.
re, with is eouent, to that conm
The sena te passed Senator Tll.
man's resolotSln efti Ha a the Inter.
state oommee eommtiselo for Infter.
mntiona oeafting parfbses by rail
roaed opmpaale ft the stock of ~om
ptling road
Besotr JOR Davis, of Arka*ss has
lntrodaued a bll prohibiting the Inter.
state conveoanee of tformation on.
abling parties to speculate In stocks
or-Ina I fute sales of products. It
Pentstlteraph ocompanols and corn.
ine sarrlers fnm trasittt fg any
data leading to purchase or sales on
John H. Bankbhed, of Alabama.
whb has been absent from Washing-
ton on account of illness, was sworn
in as a United Btstes senator to sue-
oW~d the Wlae Smnator Moitgn.
Upon motion of Senator Culberson,
Senator Banlshead wira atined to th~
membership of the commerce; agricil.
ttral and forestry postoffice and post.
road;: public lands; prlvill a'M4
elections; editeswlon ar.A lbor; trani-
portation routes to the seaboard; rail-
roads; coast and tnsular survey, and
Industrial zxpositions comnUttete.
'The unflntahed business to tbe'form
of the bill to codify the criminal laws
of the .'nlt*6 States was pieed be'
fore the s ate.
At 3:22 p. m. the emnate ad"oured
until Tuesday.
Should your baby suffer? When he
Ja fretful and restless, don't expert-
sent on him and use any old thing
your netgbbor reeommoeds. Buy a
bottle of White's Cream Vermitue.,
greastt known worm medicine and
eare for children's diseases. It ls al=
n its aetim, bullde up the yate.
nakw thie. pny baeMa fil Mrn.:J.
Q. staw. Thmpa. F ratine: our

M" WOO us- -s 1se -* 40M ea
Mretain Its food and erted all alnghLt
I uaed one bottle of White's Cream
Vermifute and to a few days bby was
laughing, happy and welo." nold by I T a A re I I Wr d
W. W. Johnson. I u I.

Warehouses Are Guard. a a Comn that m itep asible, Have a Pulley Correetly
Lexinrton., Ky., Jan. 1.--81ix ln- rotten With uherallty of Foliey CoairasMt sa the Uompa m
dried thousand pounds o white burle f 'ays Loea Proipd ly
tobacep was so!d oa the floor of the
tooee-leaf wareboueee here o Mon- / a i t m
day. Thi brMas all records. Wag- You Are Assured
ma have been coml lun from all over
the tobacco dis lrtet since aturday Thai as erlo lo e ean Ovenome you without see have emge
night. The wa,'ecous b here are reuge.
strongly guarded alghtUy a-ainst 4r-
priae by "night riders" by special i .
ofcors and by a squad of soldiers with I
a gstilt run. Several surmst aLi AIUIt UaM IBeAtb lUafWB l
towas are also bntag guarded asghtly N% I
S------- i b ,elit opale epeeated.
Lee Opoaee Jelet nie. n
Savannah. Ga Jan. IS.--General )
Sole n D 1., comman '"r In-chlef 1 W e C- S M A L
of the Vn::."d Contfeleatre 1'erais.1
in an 0Iertiew Monday. declared that lanfrmeaoWa heesiGrmashed. OAJl lVT.LL. LOImA
he was orpt,"1 to tthe p,,ro poede
unitn of tle '. e sad Uray." at Wash.
lagto, tn 1909 "Sewh a'reAnlon."
U said. 'wout 'gn asveterasu toget
or oa both .,I''" who Iight be 1tmpr.
4eat eoou i la bearlag ad l ageL.
to give offense. anad bring Mtterses P a h I
where there now roond feetlag. ,We lVI
eabou let well mouth alow." F l
It kas to of IL W. AOTV air, M W^ -
-----e _to _ane t 1 U
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The Kind You Have AlIays B$OwJ
Jn Use For Over 80 Years.
uI'~ueme ssmeas. ua t see we's -

Atrmacts ofT s6 tMA M lteonalMon tarnlbe rwue diase sa iw Ow. 00
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Ea. Etl. VQU X11 H
----*w*U a mSlMOer of uWroaet LtAmedoes s fa ----
Bell Estate md City Leans. GAINUMMiLLE, FlT

monksh Heow Annel stEectles.
I A~asa.)an 1-14 four AaS 11
beisofAtlsa~sM a"dthe (ae
bask and Trus, Ovrpontv tfhbt ~'-1
&,jewel s4er~ka u Tin fourth o.
tiev ,of a bod:)I d dirveto 5 A*
eoertuaof mISfWth 'd..




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Has SssI Seur ed, eth la Vocal and
hustgynai WaleWt, and the Program
WIN P*ye rapeUlally Enjoyable to
th" ModeOl Gt.

lie mteitalnment which wlK be
t- hby d Ander the auspices of
umah Chapter, United Daugh-
I" o the Coamederacy. In commemo.
dt of Ge eral Robert E. Lee's
bifthlay, at the opera house Friday
*gmag. prodses to prove one of the
OeO latereeting occaalons from a
jalheal standpoint that has been held
in thds ety tor some time.
While thbl entertainment will b
held with reverence to the heroic
dead, the exercises will be of a cheer-
tag asture, as sadness at this hour
sad time would be hardly appropriate.
While t" ladies deeply grieve for the
love and memor) of one of the great-
est heroes the world ever knew, and
while they arv all ready to bow in
reverence to his memory, they decsde4
thataprogram of musical and literary
mature would prove to the best ad-
vantge, heneoo the committee has suc.
needed la getting together some of
the bedt talent In the city, who kindly
consented to volunteer their services.
There will be only a small admis-
slon fee-25 centa-charged at the
door, the proceeds derived being ap-
plied to the University scholarship
and the Old Soldiers' Home In Jack-
sonville. A cordial Invitation is ex-
tended to everyone, but more especial-
iy the members of Stonewall Camp, U.
C. V., Lew Wallace Post, 0. A. R.. and
all Daughtsers o the Confederacy. An
eejoyable evening l, assured.
The following Interesting program
has been arranged for the occasion:

Part I.
Iastrz'mult Solo-"The lAst Idea of
Weber" ................ Crutiwe
Mitl Alice Thomas.
Vocal Det*-"See the Pale Moon-
..................... Campaina
Miss Zetiler and Goode.
Vocal golo-"Roberto, o tu che adoro"
....................... Meyerbeer.
Mrs. C. K. Dunham.
lastrumental Solo--Masurka Drill-
lante" ............... Wollenhaup.
Miss Eddy.
Vocal Solo--"To-Nlht"...........
.............. Weather ly.Zardo.
Mrs. W. S. Prindle.
Vocal Solo-"The Nightingale'u14 HonK "
....................... K. N in
Miss Zelger.
Recitation-' Klidergarten I 'ap
Miss Rowers.
Part II.
Instrumental Solo-"Valise Lyrique."

A Pointed


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may we "gure on funriP
ing your furniishingu

SUoiad Large DOpibst

are equally welcomed in
this institution and receive
the same courtesy and at-
tention. We invite you to
open an account. Paying
bills by check is one of the
greatest conveniiences and
safe-guardis ia business man
can have, 4aid the satisfac-
tionl of llitvini a growing
balance in the hank results
ill greater <'care ii expendi-

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They Continue to nte0est a L
Number, and All Appreciate Woa
, n l, ~ Mrs. McKlistry I hlturi'as tt th,
IT Advent Chrlitlnu rci iti grow In in.
.. ... Otto Preferkoru. terest, and tht, e', .i. r 1. grelt ,d.
M11.s Clara Pound. with a good congrt'u.t, iai at eachii ,er'.
Vocal Solo Thle Rosy Mori." lee.
......Teschmacher. Tuesday evenlig s.;, .oka oni '"The'
MI1 l0 i.vie Goode. on "Rome i)ivlded Thurtsday t'lvii
Vocal Solo (xood Night, Sweet on "Roman iivideld 'h'lirMday ,*'ei
l)Dreams . ......... J. laschoff. Ing the subject wil ie "hloui' anid
Mr Goodwin. Modern Europs,' \~ li t will exhataut
iteitatlil -wo\\uldn't You' Charlie?" the bltrlcal side of th' course of le.c
.............. Riley. tures. the last of th in ieing prophetic.
NMI1us towers Friday evening the will take up Solo, -al A Love Song." "The Opening of the Seven Seals "
........W. H. Neldlinger. 8undp porninog. 'The tcarlet tlest
1.)) "ltth. ilule Pgeo."........ and Rider," and Sunday evening will
.. J. R. arlramb cloe the course of lectures. when
Mr C .Dunham. "Teb* Fifth INuplre." will be the sub.
Voeal Solo, Monar .. Weaterly.AdamsJect
V,,cal olo. MWona .Weatherly.Adams Those who are in seareb of facts
.Mre W 8. Prtndle. should hear this lady, and we are sure
unstruniental Solo-"Good Night." ym will Mever regret It.
...... .......... Nevin. The malltsters are sopeoally Invited
Miss Ida Tlurkhlm. to ear er, ans we feel sure they will
AcT)'.nlht Miso Ida Burkhlm. be benefited, for she I. without ques-
----- t~u among the greatest teachers of
Kirby Smith Meetlng. prophecy In Anirrica JA,.IJ.MiC
TIlht ular tilti..tins of Kirby Hmith MR.ANCYMARRIED.
Chait,.r. Itilted iiaughtors of the Con. M. YANCEY MARRIED.
fede'ro,. will w held at the home of
Mrs..1 .1 ;ralhamn this afttertnoou, Popllar Young Man Slturee Popular
wb-n a a11 ,i tidauce Is desird.dn Atl.ant Lady as Life Partner.
i..r. v tll l .. , for the isul The friends of 0I I. Yan A.,. Jr. l,,I H, w ill I- other Iti4l. w1' re urprissel yeitlrday mInernluK to
t f ,> i, r t r i .. recflve, a tIl#'KtraMn alInn tiitaiK hist
WIt,; M. M HAiIiK. Pr.sld,,nt. marriage' to Mis (ltnCar tlle..r ,of At
.l, 1:. \, \S HIAIlI,. B rVy latiat, Ga. Thel weddlig as r r)'
quiet, "'only the IItit i,, l( e ltlil-t isa
Attention, U. 0. C. and friends of the '*nitrn (tinIK Irtle,-
TI. "lr Ini titlg of J. J inley 'being preew nt
'hi,,. r I Itoi*d ugters lof JthJ o .i Thi brideIs t lhe onily dlautater of
,,.r., .lli h. l hld at t"he tlo of iAr. J. 0. 011O r, a very lpular and
successful bualfese mate uof Ationta.
Mrs G;e) K il.oome. North Pleasant-ui blI nm4 ,f Atlonl.-
st!r.,. it oi h,, imck this afitrunoon. at a dl l highly pe k4ed aci, lo d y
whmrh il .tloun of omm'ras win beae l w om I h I er
h..d a,,l full ltttndancr Is deslred. L T i rd 14 trdwar*h e ol lr i so d
\1 i % I M TAYILOI. PIre.oldntt. g roal buep, mpn nk
y IIs younlag the "e man of mstrked
S 4"rabtllty aad su,< e. and hba a mnet
4Ht Loeaed Motel. delightful tharesriar. whirh has %tos
lthe adeatraii, saa st.r*m ,f m.ln
1' f Williram and K ( Corbrtt. frids. All ," alet frisd will rm
t U II kniosn Cetilsel .of the g1row- -Ia. la.t him ; s Slaoerely uilo. the
il e tii i f Treatim. II \the \%',-t i ,d. '. .... h .i .- "--l ---..- ~a _t_

verr' a. the cithy pwtirs Mr. Ike a

I.:. I tamue ho wel mNO I'ebeVY CO

s firstt rlimsts rotai r, mwri 1it j wteAt r ei.
I r.rvitoei ha. becenw~.oei JQpofi.
oJt -11wnlethso eiaeb"40 WPri.vtern nom. woAttc
-ga!to f.. aiE'icU te theewho aPO IAft~erbasiv,
~'i! ThIms WM be remedied ORS 1a o M
0 b cile, hoverer. Sr WUIlIamw lo the
NA!O- thast Or. 0. 5L Clymst b"aam*ales f., nd3
i..t thp #emt~ru~t for a Sm. oe.. ht*ivebor 1
h, %AI1 ervvil st TreallcaOO J I

will Uwe to Gehoesele
Pr H De~bw ofAfwr 40=4
h '4~is this eMY. hOeMC 4~IA
4; eaine..ugwe 1atiummalHash. of
in hdz ti Ls a dOr"utt 14. w eM
.4vt I*,,:m uda agcbi thd d 4W
Eors'twma Wtieb WaOOfs 4 411a amp
w~ toe his ewvftbo bmd
al,ilft frw Detawit i mbai
will r,.Nov' to (JeIsso *m9
Au1ay toa 6m weet me in4wdo
thwOme m pmabod 1 1 -
on&, 0 wse adm cat

no sAwt
as rob Ir

as onwi

I md b AVwho have
re atbo* kno. lghr
Mone by Manosui Ar.

4&r Kapy wiwl' 1: fal
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Party Arrived Tuseday and Went Im.
mediatel ft4 the Palmer Camp.
'hbe annual hunting iarty from Un-
kmtown, Pa.. eonmprising the veteran
Commodore R. W. lieall, W. R. Gray.
Adelbet Rush. Dr. J. A. latton. laesa
Battes. Wal. Titiow. D). N. Higin.
bot0ha m adC. H. Garley. arrltiLon
the noon trin Tuebday. as JoliM
ever. and were met by their old friend,
Ur. Hersog. at the station.
The party lost no time l ngettlug
(heir luggiaxe pu to a big two-horse
wagon, when It WS n'arried away to
the camp near Palnmer, where each
Wr the party s p'inds a pleasant
month or six weeks fishing and hunt.
It there was a joll\ crowd ever as.
sembled this Is one' as a whole. #11
good fellows, tios t --| of the btst
disposltions in the ',rhd, Joviall'/nd
clever, It Is no wonfl, r that they enjoy
life together, nnd it is no wonder
that their frilnids tni.., \lNslts to thIni
In camp.
Several ladilenH ',, pattd tt ia
gentlUel nl, n, :ud lll I4111 il thJr tih1 ,
here. nimking a vi~i: t,, thi ninllp or
casionally They nit Mrt.1 A. Kit.
ton and daughter. M Sarnah TItltoni,
Mtre. R. W .hlRaln,.,h:n. .Mr- Thos.
WIlliamsn. Thr u lad ar.- lioan-,iin-aly
located at Tr'h Wh I. .>u. wi hlt'

1E SUNSHINE of the Suni Sou(n
lives, in bottled Coca.Cola. Thisgr8
American drink has noO become a
household necessity. Invaluable in
straightening out domestic trials and the tribu-
lations of housekeeping. 1"rom grandson to
.grandfather, it fills a long-f9It want and offer
just the invigoration needed fur spring India- '
positions and over-taxed nerves. It helps to
solve the "Servant Problem."
Bottled Ceca*Cola Keep Even Cooks Happy





We Are I low% q "k r


-- I-I--OIf I-II- II

Men's, WoM 's and Childr's

Orders by Mail A' Creftfily and Promptly Filled,

A Complete CItilolue Covefting All Our Lines Will Be
*Sent Free Upon Reest.

B. H. LEVY, BRO, & CGO.t

Savannah, Ga.

%at!A # I. mu &d .-I ''4 i.0 k.o ba..uem WI1. lulOflM' IIKAS b



Wn8 m

- m*bah mt sIktiw ,4.

St Irki~ks of All Kinds

',fi" fe U1U7 .!Amoled. Au t1wo, pewus.alad lWuuk.

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Falb'!bing iwtt) tin irntat., blistering teafetdol parts, the sppticati~a of
pl,--tt r~,;,ad othltr mnewis of external tr autoant are vulyhlfl~
rt ev I wr the pait:w4 tand ache.% of Rh-L-amatfsm, but such reaedies do vol
reach the CAUSE. of the diselve, and &ure tb big I n no sense curative..
Rhettintitismu is dlue to an excess of uric: acid in the blood, brou ht about by
indigestimi, poor bowel actfop, weiak kidiievea,*nd a pm*M Olu~gs h conjltlo-
of th ttystcut. The circulation deposits thi~s irritating posnit Owdilferea
ummeile~s, nervie.4 tissues and joints of the bodyv, and soon tholmias ayupmn
ofii~'na 'u .rvproduced. Theu' pins at iiis t m~ be wanderingad l~ g
but s th bbd ht.~oiws or'~Lu!v satturated *A ai t he uric SIiOW jint
r.'v z e' ~atd after awhikc gets to bet chrrwuio. Theaslgi
ing puins uLOW hvX'tMe sAlrp 811d Cutting At the 1011t Ct ePCMUft
or night air, or any ennsjtutional irre ularity, the boints ache, am
are not as~ free in tet i~m ast before, antf where the acid polewsnais
remain itt the b1~xxl the joints often become a clogged with coirmod
stances that they are ]%It pernianently stiff Auluas.eks. Rheumatm
nevtr be rubiwd &mwxvy, nor c~an it 1e conqw-tre ittaid drime from the i
miit il the Autid 140, nublond ban been Cl
Anil pu ri:* ed. No ot her maiodlule does ti
efk'ctuaidN aq S). S. S. It I1IolvandMW
movt.,a th~e imtitpfit'cs act]*ends ast'a f&
s o0 ri'Aii,'%t1'11sZ t.l the affected par"s, wh Ck
PUFEI.Y 'tCETA!3LE unti" M~t hy~itce bains = 1 tf
i% ,4timtn, herea cus o


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Se, ienl, your gasorae, gdlese*l

i ie w svle hrs mrwe lOai ates

hI e sls1rd SMbs es rensthe aM e
.le a ie d of trying
O 8a0e tryS to lae h the grip

oit aaof .,I teloe. ,e io't take

hf thab nheate ado ih
S and w hoA admit that be is one.
TM pi lem of what to do with ex.
Si not half so presltag as

SeaI f e year s ason on the est Coast
to full blast\and )4r. Plaster's
i hleys oing all open l to those tho proe price.
ptroller of the Currency Ridgly
at Poaeths more vitr le. Prthan
VIRI elad was not givS n the e4T1*
f this arlahe i philosophy.
: at the largest 4 d
avenue New bk.
with labilits of ,

e11 If QUeetn It has a
m esmeber how ft la yowr

-agMavblle has wore candidam
S* United States Genate, say The
lon. than there are liomedW
to the whole State of Georgta.
they are fall of good spirits, too.
'Tht "MaBart AleC." senatorr Devot*
Shas ltroduoed a bill for a tariff
that he n-de the aid of
Ja tutsdon to tell him bow to votae

Styk tor It The MtoMi~rtle depatrtment

^39'FCON SW Sestor of W5, -

tt iTaft in his lat speed to the lst w of ,a o i Senate,
Sthe, Mirchants' AssoclatAon, but he Is In mlghty iamplenous com-
l Slesd the awful pass thq polkIpany. He to separated 4roo Senator
O(i. his party have brought upopoJeff Davis of Arkwas only by Fid-
lIOf atry. Listen to him: "In this dl41g Bob Thylr ct T T and
WN r catastrophe I have the right beside hi to u more con-
sympathy with the great body spicuous the f aetha hie is the most
D Oiiess men and wage earners, youthful memb,, ii. ip tor Whyte
whole I)ow are honest and will have of Maryland, the Iolde t., or,1 half
I0 be* the brunt of it, and I feel the century of years par e A the ages of
test solicltude and anxiety tor the two. Next ls*Senator Gore, the
IG r recovery, but I urge them not tA blind BSenatoer ta Oklahoma, then
allow their resentment at conditions his colleague, Miator Owen, a full
tI be made a weapon against the pub- blood Cherokee Indlia. senator Bank.
Ito weed." His advice to those busd- head of Alabeam will oupyW the a
lep, men who an feeling the full of-.which complete the row.--Titnee
feet of the Republlean panio Is spoiled lnilon.
by Its partJon .ooloring, for "the pub-. .. .
lie w"al" mmas, of co ree, the Re- CoL E. R. Oinby, chairman of the
publiesa party. As a prospective can- Republican county committee of Hills-
didat he hides the fsct that rest bo county, and a gentleman
met at the policies of that party is prt 1 well known in most parts of the
all.that will save the country from Sta. tookboccasion at the recent Re-
farther trouble and lead to reform. ptblican county convention to Tamps
How different ls this tone of oofe to hand out a bot roast to the Federal
s by Republican lea t ders from the offehoers all over the State who
beoastfltess of the past few years. are tryhin to perpetuate their hold
Pride cometh before a fall. pon the offices, after which he put
on his hat and left the hall. The
A CRUKL QUESTION. la i"o" ir quite general that the
SL chief reason for being a Republican
The New York lun censoriously In. in Florida is to be eligible for a Fed-
quirles: "How will the Republican eral offle, and why should Col. Gun-
party, as long the spoiled child of by expect those who have secured a
good fortune, take up its new role of good hold to be willing to let go with-
apologist for the calamities begotten out a struggle T-Pensacola Journal.
of an Ineptitude and a blindness hith- = ---
erto supposed to be peculiarly Demo. Hon. Park Trammell gavd as his

cratic?" We don't feel like answering
for the Republican party, and think it
is unkind.of The Sun to rub the,palc
sore when the leaders of that prty
are suffering from what has happened
and the fear of worse to come.
As far as the Democratic party Is
concerned, we can point to many pre-
dictions by It's wisest leaders and
organs that trouble wan sure to come
if the Republican polieles were per-
stated In. That shows that foresight
Instead of "blindness" posessed them.
i.., o, m. .. m

Judge Chas. H. Laey of Penaacola
to a asadidate for Congress from the
third district to succeed Congressman
Ltmar. Referring to his candidacy
Mhe Pensaoola Journal says: "Judge
Laney is one of the most entertaining
and most forceful stump speakers in
the strict. In fact. It il doubtful
If there ts a man in the district who
is his equadas a political oratr. and
be certainly has no superlores Just
what he will do to these other candl-
dates when he gets4pto the eight re-
mai s to be seen. but If he makes a
thorough canvass of the district the
eaSpAlg will no( want for plenty of
Bltbnl pyhotechnacs. This now
t four Congressional candidates
.-O-4W of Apalioblools. Keboe and
lanoy of Pensacola, and Stephens of
Mariana. Now if Pred Myers, Jim
Broome and 'Old Nat' Walker will
ouly enter. the people will have all
the fun they're looking for. The
water is war-n-come on tIn."

The South Florida' normal Instsi-
tute. Dade City. has reached an en-'
rollment of 323. The school board
bas contracted with Prof. P. W. Corr.
as pritripal. for the next fve years.
and It will mn*et next Friday to olwn
bids and let contract for a large ian.
nex to the present building. No school
In the State is doing better work or
making tore rapid growth than the
South Plorida Normal Institute. The

iseI to permit us to credit you I cornrtone of the new building will
gr than three month.. Remit at b" i t Maaonic honrs.
j-ee or we will b cumpelled to atop be laid i Mon
.- paper. The sugar trust has no surplus, al-
The Mllwaui S.e -ilnel calls at. though it oeletally reports large
tsUo.o to a report of tbe v Preiket'es ol a/o.ding to Chls A. Sprek.
it hut In Virgta. ch ad. wo holds 4.M' s hare*of the p
bolutinVirsiilL whleh roads:
T rwdn" .. .. ered stock. The sugar trust iI one of
,T Preeldnt shot a turkey and a ro t gL lt o
Lbbit, one of thI on ith w i... Roovelt 's St"tratt lte tie s*ew
Well. but which one, i _____

reason for withdrawing from the Sena-
torial race that he could not bear the
expense. We fall to see, however,
Wherein the exp se will be much less
for him to make toe race for Attorney-
General. He will be compelled to
make as thorough canvass for one of.,
fice as the other, and the "stakes"e
were much greater In the Senatorial
race that his friends will be surprised
to hear of his entry in the "selling"
H. W. Johnston, editor of The Apa-
lachleola Times, has been appointed
county Judge of Franklin county.
Henry Johnston is one of the best men
in Florida and Governor l)roward Is
to be oongratulktd upon the appoint-

The Cause of Many"
Sudden Deaths.
There is a disease prevailing in: this
:, .jntry mst dain eroas because *o decepl
SItive. Many sudden
I) lt~l A^deaths are caused
by it-h,, die.
l l' ease, p1umonia.
iTi hear ft falnre or
J.i plcv are often
I- .i,'I the result of kid.
S!nev disease. If
j kidney trouble is
[ miJl"== thekidneyv.poi.on.
[ -mll-, ed blxxl will at.
tack U eit i t oran. cmnuing catarrls of
the bladder. or 4he idneys themselves
hreak down and wall a wany cell l.y cell.
Bladder troubles hulmot alwnys result
!iorn aa derangv.nitnt of tlhe kadnrcs and
Ia treetnicnt uf fte kidnrvs. If ''mi are feel.
nla tally you can imake Ino ist-ike by
t! Dr. Kilv'fll5 .Swamnp4aot, the
i rt. Llhlory, 1, % q 1 :14 ,'l t 1 4il6. remiety.
It corrects in.a1,1v to hold uri alahtlinpain in p-l".41T it, mIl, over-
Imie, that unplelsut ntc le iit v% f Imeinti
c peniplleil t sO te u'ttra thlri (Is t %i day,
. :il t,>g t s ilI' ioeii 1 tl.ia i > hlrin the
i T I Te ulilI th, r.triitrntniiry
It altalu thl bei,,..t f' r it.i. uiderful
curesF W the ni,-ot .1.trsiing '.c-.Is.
S vanip Rottl ii .. t.i l take ail i
sn',l by al <'ri ,7 ;u un f! .<*cepnt ndt
<-dolvllt *< . You is.r v luuve a.
(I T, 4y 1u1 Ibtl wlrnt fT,.'fr i Cr I *I:C < \ Y. \helen
.I t tI k i r :. rithei .,'! .wa pi(-
kftrm. h1r. Ki ,at, i.' :. sml the
M'lrf i I i .. \., 11 *ervi

As Senatir Aluirich to the father g Otf s cw OPOvuil, ('ar ev wTOtarwef a
Noe OW~ft'hty bill pending in og (, ea,,' Lt. UAN OM%1'Y I
ii illbe othug ut ~udat reak J. ('bosy makes oath hOak
Will b notartnerbu of mtto tryrmo .
100%sr~e P~ha-it' 1i-ny k4 lid the wobydJ.CIscmey & Co.. dtftg bleeds"&tothe
the tta~da~i 1 wna~ uore~ f 1cItyof Toledo. emsty sa State atome
"said. and th at&Msaid111m1Wil a
smanO fo 1On1Iladred Iqrs tar e~11
Ihe mouthbe of: 0 0"r@WvIY of.1C&UW% hthat cesnot
btMtxw. has arratip-d a rectl'rocty, be euredl by the see of hNaVis C5tav
treami .1mblth Prm-r It %III be of LW CumFRAV4K 3. CHICNET.
loetit-vaadinautagv its h. Umm~ej5 lo sworntobehiems a* &Wmmbscrbeid
pa.' tif th e. lnhirdi Stairs.. it h w rt e4 Y f o

food. I ~Now taryhe
11 jf~A%!. o h%*it htOA t 3 sft~Ctank Cur*WIs laws ftn I
Utweurci Li.1 L% vThes utm O' s, M.s Ad ag 4ftdlrecasthe bld nd &
sill p.b'1 ufat bims.lf t a"t o 5Ifni W* m ggiftft of 6the Pulses md
Wtvadz!u.I \.&,hiauston, ftai*Y 60- sIt~w wininA*
Orll 1I; 111 t. i ;d 1t3eat. 0F.a!j. J. Clum Q Ca MTuobeisO
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WIT^ Wkwk*otit Blow.
,*, '" _M MOw which knoclld l rut ,Crhbtt
II I Fu the earlket days of tl1, r:ni. tho
knock-out blow A.i uti.M i f,,r : jew,
1i r II .the templor' the iJ. ,ul;r .., :a;:ch
SpUebaQC welro thrown lu to w,,rr'y andi
wNary the fighter, b'ut if a i 'lti .ile utn,
Shad told one of the old ';ch.. ',ht the
ftAAaa jA&fMAftf M -.imost vulaerableo ti %%-% lit' r' ,on of
Sthe stomach, he'd bhave la^;,', at Iim
411 1 'tIof strawberries are potato acreage at Hastin, iultcat& s for arhignobmus Dr. tllerc i.U bringing
ae ftm Plant City. treient a very large crop to be hl a a Itl.',otha
planted. There has bee' si tear out of p ring aswell as init. We
ggla and florida Sawmill that owing to the money: potwrt iltuhrotfrOt ;:, lungs,
taggis into essipa In Jackson- there might not be the demand out re uterly Iniffer.
et Wa n at i Uldis ads the o 'ar piles
--- for potatoes this spring, lbut all the and knacks u stoUv yr s aol
drls of ducks are being farmers appear to be getthi iu, shape ar
.... ... to plant and therefitp o.. a,, .n,-an tf i, l ,'.\

t lato Titusville dally and quail

w I of COunty Commissioners
G aty have appropriated suffi-
'flet to bUlM.-road from Fort
to. Punta Rass.

as wal at Barasota was car.
&awy duilbg the storm last week
a a ber of small craft in the
t r w damaged or sunk during
-Se. ----
&* oclUsa of Tallahassee will
enjoy thb pleasures of a mail de-
system. The carriers have been
ted and commenced their work
15th tast.

e County Commissionrrs of tillls-
Dagh county are sensibly refusing
its to carry firearms to lersons
can show po good reason why
should be allowed to carry a
lmatoes, strawberries and vtge-
le, says The Times-Unton, are
I being shipped from Florida and
supply promises to outlast the
aon's demand. But in the North
people are calling for help because
y can't work.

E. McIAln, the gentleman farmer
t. Petersburg, Is now furnishing
tourists In that city with nice
Rocky Ford cantaloupes. The
(or of The Independent says that
has had material evidence of these
lons, and can testify to their qual-

0wo turnipe w~lghln over fourteen
mds have been hauled Into the of-
I of The St. Augustine Record from
iutrie, remarks The Times-Union.
ee would occupy much spac4 for
fort In may newspaper offioeA
I The Reoord has them for show If
* haven't faith.

Dr. J. C. Booser has on exhibition
the Commercial Bank a monster
eet potato that weighs fortyfive
0ads. It was grown by an Indus.
ous colored farmer In the western
rtlon of town, named Joe Williams.
i a veritable freak and look like
small-sised dressed turkey. The
tato is attracting considerable In-
est.-Ocal Star.

A review of the conditions of the
- --- no -

lm Pa is liitier

Ihan a fire-engine when your
un e is on fire, because it in-
tanitly secures the entire value
f v,ur home-that it, when
'ir namre i penned upon a
tring policy 10r

Fn hwuin

1,"4 of Wins.,win&s
W&tW s= 100s% bbUm.. Has
Y'lW hom? I It- In eAlesth"

(moe. ~THINK.


Improved land for rent In that section.
-St. Augustine Record.


His Thoughts Revert to Occurrence
While in Galneslite.
Though engaged In the newspaper
business at Whitehorse, i the far-off
Yukon, where the thernonmeter goes
to 200 degrees below zero,. J. White,
who was for several .\anr. engaged in
the newspaper business % ith the pres-
ent editor of The Sun in this city, evi-
dently has vivid recollh( tions of events
that transpired here ;i qIarter of a
century ago. White al.a).s %asa some-
what of a humorist. and his latest
under the head of *T', Stroller" will
be read with intetre..t I 1.,: old Gaines-
ville friends. Thi /iion" he re-
fers to was the rf;:ith; l Ii-ro press-
inan who, in addition to furnishing the
"motor" power for rmin.ii.g the Camp-
bell cylinder pr -,.., a! a. d, !lvre.l the
paper to the entire hI t if subhcrlbers
in the city, where, it itnow requires
tno services of four ('arrrs$. Ilere Is
I what White 'ays:'
V.'Me an' Sat;.11 ditwi I l::htlnahm
For twent.-live' Ihik, y'ahs,
Now we'se tralalln dllTunt highways
Tru dis vale uh ti ahm-ss-w--.'
"It was February In l'lorlda. The air
was laden Awith the.* ; rfunif, of orange
blossoms; magnollam and yellow Jessa-
mine were in bloom. as was also camp-
meeting on lHogtown creek. It had
started the first week In January and
by the middle of the following month
upward of 1.000 sons and daughters of
Ham had 'e'swritneed 'llgeon' and
'fessed" Innumerable petty thefts.
mostly of chickens and hogs-not
ra-or-backs, as they can outrun nig-
"Zion. the Stroller's man of allwork,
had served a ten-days' sentence In Jail,
beginning the day after Christmaa, tor
not being able to explain where be got
his Christmas turkey, but by the mid-
die of February he was the loudest
singer and most tumultuous shouter
at the campmeeting. He was on MI
45th lap.
*Tru dis vale ob teahs-s-s-e-'
when the Stroller told him to chock It
and pull Old Somnam. the office all*
gator, out from under the press and
get ready for publication.
'Yo'r sordid and co's busaaia lan*
guage sanded vehy rude ter me, afh.
as I am wholly sanctifled, an' a priatin'
o8ce ain't no plare fo' do lawd's
'notnted. no how l'ay me 60 fobty-
ive cents what Is comu' an' gtt ous-
ter man.'
"As Zion sauntered down stairs
there was wafted bark to the o10ce-
'Me an' Ratan done ben pelhtaibs.'
"The above happened on Saturday.
and Monday norninl when the Strol-
ler approached hi% offle1 he was greet-
ed with the folleoaini light and airy
roon melody
*"If Ah evab katrh yn foolln rooa' my
Ah'll tole yo' %hat Ah'll do.
Ah'll play aruun yo' haht wk my ras
An' rabve aroun yo glard tooo.'
*" 'Hello. who reemployed yoer
ask14 thle lrll.Tr
'Done hired rmabh if.' replied Zio
*You see hit am die way:
'Ah asin t much anactied as Ah
seemed ast 'ar lat nlght Ah stole a
hicken an l.uash statedd da we bAb
d4 paheon itd us fo dimact ytatylie
an all Ab lt nutan da chck.* we1
'g" cam-pSetin fgo me'
"'An now Ah woxzid Hke to ero-
ibrate usb rt&rai to yo' P7ploy by hit-
to ep de- r.,>na btr"

-w dr w tM loack*" I adlistlon, ort
al, h torpMid lvwr, be. thin and Im-
btood l ad other die as of the or-
SaedCtiOh and a nutrition.
te DGoren Medlest Dicnoviry has a
M1 al ativer *Rebat upon aill mucous
arftaew hence erma catarrh, so
mather w ri located or what tage It
way hav rMeched. In Naual NCarh It
i well to eleanse the pa ugf s with Dr.
la's Catarrh Remedy uk l tI i le uning
the *Dlteovery as i eenstlitutlonal IrM
idy. Whyr the *Ooldea Melical Discov-
ry" orew eaurrhal dissr.i, as of the
@toamh, owels, bladder aml- other pelvlo
wp will be plalo to you if you will
nad a booklet of oStlrcts from the writ-
tas of ealnent medical authorlte. m"
deninMa I Ingredlents andit xplalnIn
Ietr curative pnqrenltt. It lit nWie
S on request Addr'ess Dr. ItV. l'lire,
buffalo. N. Y. Th's Iooklet Fv,- all the
'Incredlents entering Into l'r. I'lTr-&'s
*edicines from which It will h-' %e4n that
they contain not a drop ,f a' *', :. puro,,
tritle-relfinld glyct ri1 lowing u I in'l towIl.
Dr. Pi rvere -,' n i' t thoim .i I, 1' -
tratd C'ommn i li'q > ,I .. r
will be sent fr'. ,pi -rNr-N,, .;
sintstri .porith holt. l fr ..1 uu,
Address Dr. PI ers' t alx ve.


Mr. and Mrs. H. Shooter Celebrate
Their Wedding Annlversary.
Melrow,. Jan. !'. Mr, .*jil Mrs. 11
Shooter celebrated their -illig anl
niversary on saturday lIg KvIiing a
large luncheon party. Hlw. of the
Ilelrouu guests chartered I,' Ie*lnine-
ma." others being taken .la Mr. Hamn
lyn In the "K me." denr,,ae, was a
perfect bower of bamboo, te featlhier)
branches making a most lovely and
tropical decoration. The bride and
bridegroom looked the picture of hapi
ploes as they received their guests.
who all extend hearty cosaratulations
A most delicious luneh' was s 'ved.
during which an UnusualW fin grapho.
phone, owned by Henry Wanton, rend-
ered a large variety of music. After
a deligbtul afternoon all hands .got
aboard their motorboats. prese.Ung a
very pretty picture as they croed
the lake, the "LenAema" leading, fol-
lowed by the "Efle." the "Skldoo" and
the "Arrow."
The urst automobile ever sen in
Moose passed through town at dusk
SSalIy. stopping at II. Jacksoa's for
a now supply of gasoline. The party
was on their way to CUtra from Jack.
RL Rev. ,. G. Weed paid his blannual
visit to Trlty church on Sunday.
preaching two of his usual One and
eloquent sermons. During his stay In
town he was the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Rommel.
Newly registered at the lulfman
House are Mrs. B. M. l.aeb. llrooklyn
N. T.. and A. McRae, Pailtka&
Prof. I1. HolthauMon of Mlano,)
lectred at the Methodist ehureh o
Seaday blghbt bhi subjert being "Mar.
tia Lbter."
4. P. Pord has been ,elct d a ewmn
ellman to IM a vaesary
Mrs. J. W. Johnson will read a
paper on "A Waoan.' Defesse of
War." at the est or ettg of the
1t41' IUtrary and isbattag Su
clety. Jmesary I?. '
SRl M sen has bai quMeho aetive
lately; several pleees of la d ehaagieg
hands beIMg beasht by rw settles.

Per Owem. Sty Iw
Mra. Wi-lowo Settag Srup bee
be11 m111 11 ons go* h 4 It
-sfta sh b WK se Pe game.
a bys am P I e w,*"4 eg0L, md
I do bne b nmdy hA lw
Sellt MAlt"*L L"b.

Xow Yenk. IA Y'.
Wellss**. tE~ws
States oferae'm'
&eglst I%#
year. puh'"*,, f f 4

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ba r Ir~ mo bo clu N V' -i 116 v. e-i"

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Two of the Principal *w:#ne3& Clocks
Suffer Severely.
flat lie, burig, Mrs. Jan. 15- Two of
the priclna.hal huisiness blocksl~a In lb
town of Ms a'* rear here, were swew
tir a firtea; 1 l tuesday.
,knm Iivhc ontillshfll'Ttsld~r'e

atid v'ro CI. thf, stores o I th v- W
C. l V Mr~:tt~ie'ofi'tiv sml V.
buil t ..'e' a. .'9 tit''or aa:'
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Hats Cleaned and Proceed, and
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perfectly pure and full of nourishment --will restore stregtOk ad4
rebuild Uisse.

Four Full Quarts $3.40

Exprws Preped on Southern

In ordring, spec& Rye or Corn, or boh

We hav given the namA "At o t *m r bat g(rad of m er
rye whisey It is tU kind phydetam amd speelmia hb m pro
srribed and ermieenaded for t adital use. It Is at Itl 4as
uon, a smulmant and a mmgstAe Wt glseat Als AeS
or Corn to he w equal of my whiskey tobe had ale Im w a G
sad If a trial order Is omt perfeWtly sM.farte, wf mmld

"Ask the Revenue Offcer"

We make It a rm to drip very ordur by 1tGri1 esp

R. M. Rose Co.

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10,i I I ? sto ili.- 1I 1. . *a*0*0*4 0a 0,0*0*0*0.*0*0*0*0,a 10:30 a
IttetuiTIII arrveI'? "C fwUifv" ilia .. aa ** 4:25
Leae 6iDville foW SGMpsOU City, PalaskS,
JLake MiY, Vadodui~saMW all points North 6:09 p a
3.m .uIv bwI WAY*.* ... ...9 :90 p m

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President of oorgimla Agricultural CO.
lego to Sipeak at Inatitot. -
The Farmers' Institute eiOraena
lecture from Dr. Andrew M. 9b0le,
president of the Georgil Agr1leltural
College, of Athees.
Dr. Soul will deliver a treoptoa
lecture, illustrates varte tfarm.
ooene. Dr. Boulo is oe of the moet
active and haest arllmuatral eio
turers In the osth. He oooalsts the
place as preiWat of the OGorgti Ag-
S rloaltural Coes. aO as charge of
the u aner Ibtlto work a come-
dotd to alomia. Drooler u1 "h d
a litfe*4onS perlmome laegem asri-
ltare sad Seathern edsmaUles ha*y.
bel hold meocessialvelr the poltluoas a1
director of the Tonsesaee Agrollturl
Experiment Statlos sad Virgisla Ag
ricultural Experlment Station before
coming to Georgia.
Durlag February Dr. Sole will hav
charge of the rarmer' Insttute train
that is to be taken through various
portions of GeorlIa.


They Prefer to Throw Trash on Floor
Rather Than In Barrela.
"I declare this trash business will
yet run me mad." declared Postmastor
Lynch, as be came out of the ofoe
Into the lobby, pen In his moqth,
. nands down picking up wnate paper,
and declarlug between his teeth that
he detonted any man who would throw
waste paper on the floor whea he Bad
surrounding him abundant and con.
venlynt rocoptacloes to take care of
this waste. %
And Poitmaster Lynch is right. The
patrons of the postofllice as a rule are
not thoughtful. It Is not duo to their
Sdarespect, but largely to their Indlaf.
e orence. They do not consider the
fact that paper is trash. They oon.
elder that paper jost pauses away,
without ever having to he swept up.
lnut all trash must be cleaned up,
and Postnaster Lynob makes as ears.
oet appeal to the public to put their
trabh In the barrels.


Former Citisenn of GOalnevllle Now
Located In Smoky City.
In a letter to The 8an reoewiag his
subscripton. Col. Jobh i.
who with his estimable wIfe
In Oalnesville for maiy yaprs, and who
owned the beautiful home now owned
by P. M. Colson., ays:
"Pleare continue to send paper to
my uddrs,. a04 Arrott building, Pitta-
burin. Pa.
"IN'v.rythilu upil, h're In covered with
s*iow, and tih 4hi'lhingl Is very good
at plre4it I am kept exeeedinlly
b*iiy. hut Mr. l.almbetb and I enjoy
rendnl!n' Th< Hun. it., i gilvite us mtch
itforjatii. tio iut our old friends and
ac4uaaiitnt'mii wi d tal tllm ius of thoe
wonderful pr:rOr nmtjadl in our old
bonm I c('n .',lr noi:rif it'll n ritt-
son of I Mr ta. aundl unlu 1day shall
r'ftlur l I th :;'.,t tO-.l ', "

A Prominent Visitor.
An',,lt t lh,' r to tihis city ye .
ti,,'.' ai oM n lIon T IJoy'd t a wll.

t" t'r ',,l I.I I : n Im ttii lenI tat
I I '' .II I l .i' I I nt)P. alt id one
h." Iti a,. .I t'l"h:> ii tl wla,'t. Al-

'V 4...1 *r ',,.l nt .'1ln| for him
a. .' i I i i. I .I ,.n trin fuintt in
i1 I *t ... .. i ; .i V'O hon is
A. i, I, I +, '. ho relard
i1 1 + o hIgh


Tbut Ind YesHateoI B.:".

A F ne Turnap.

grsii t th 41 ia ata.. lba" WINK
bi .1IV 1' W. ast t061NOW
'A h ta. %-c hibitmtm at the
IA ~tS'.r. banis Iaruis I.of the top Gpoff*

&TV bsN hadom.&andvim. ad
VTr jr d0I. TWOe PbM MAbM.

Kenne 's

Cough yrup

A Cold ora Coulbnwo ly wheru

nmS to tbe dyesam a th roat I
iad4 of pam out the yem
thoum the Uvw e ad m iys. For
waat of mobltur the bowelobs b ne
dry ad hard0"
KenWdy's Luatve Cough Syup
relieve Colds by working tbem out
of too system through oopi
doMR of the bowel.

emBa tsI Natlal|




TWenty.Nine Cases Were Reported in
New York Las Month.
Niew York, Juan. 15.-RaMe, socord
tla to a eftatmeot made by H*osi
Coomlssloner Darlingtou, Is reahing
the proportlons of an epidemic In this
There w twe twenty- ease report.
d lut aitaUi. Last ear the aum
ber of death from their llaem was

As a measur of reetriteon the do.
patu met of bmith bae made sad will
ri me reislatUes requiring oWawm
Of 4 captured Ia the mrets to pr
a ft of a If hey wtlh ih eir dogs

Dr. DartlrUle eoonlalna of the
mmg seare at IIbety allowed dog
Owners teudingf. h eltlma, to pe-
mote the pread Of rables. Dogs
may be allowed by their posseaoss to
p about without lelsbes sad at.
teled, and there I praetlcally no way
of paleblig the owners. Wves thee
llcensee for thp salmals cannot be re.
Yoked without expenIlve legal process ,


Grand Sail Room Thrown Open for the
First Time in Ttre Seasons.
New York, Jan. 15.--'or the fIrst
time In tlhAv fp(asons the ball room In
the revaltare of %Ir and Mrs. John
Ja'ub Astor,. oI (% .f0h avenue, was
thrtw aope'i Mo.:a.y r n!4't. a thratril
"al !e tctte *'" t nhl ig hitn :t.o"
. a'1 .i; ; r'1* *- Pr.>v lot .. y
t.e,'e hJd t 'r-i n 4ll'."r at wh"lbh 'fty
v, '" N ,', %' iv t:"q '"N W co *vo fir-"
'.1"tI he t' il part of tve n,
tel "i .'t I". r ". '' IIa t o one-
set rple. "T'P., Vandye." and "'ue
ih'v two varu Mrs John JaSbk Ae.
tot .bae hnitmI nl iurnlnit following the
Sof hT father. WIward t4 Will.
lag. and ha: entert{lW but(t t'le

The Joy
Of living I* to have oodM IMalth.
I ', licrbte and yos wll have be-is
(I4 'i joy. YOu e1Nd not be bhle.
frrtful and have that bad toue a
y our mouth. Try a bottle of Uwrbtla,
a pwlitiv euro for all Hver.eempltat.
ht. larrell. Jtl, TeaB rths: "1
hae *sed HIra- for ever a 7er.
sad htd I e a M rae tr. I gladly
retommead it as a A meednbe tSr
yrepapua." Pu sale by W. M. Joi-

4 te M:n s Hnmeelf.
3. -. 2 T* i l i- I W\ P.

CAoL46 I % j, I ej !q, 4it.) W ^A k.I a **o
SIG i. b'Wlol 'b a hul.It
ha. %-.ft A M%,'X2rir lIA'by

fbsAto ipa r%,xwtor I lcq %f
so ,h&RtI~t II $'4 A ('290 0'ki.
thowa. a. mcu-# tou .40 aelt
lb*eArt%.! Vi' (114y'ssqAtarewe".
to*irk ^ft k* 'am S tt, 5

8i S e


A heaw m ua is a kia In biev
sm.. 0 bhafthy a" 14s WA
owsbva bDeeO* ba ism
Wo~ em-w


On g4 Iml the Do.
of TltfAw Attorneys.
tSNOW 1.--nTe tate has
iMdad dt e of the people against
ity', r W, es trial for t0e kll-
9 Wf rrd White, and de*
0hil heWa 'Its prOa-nation Tues-
a4m5 e0 P4 a ot to prove Thaw
s mta Irrespoaible wben he
4hot iprobiltMot on thai fatal nigt
i Jae, UN. That IaaL part
a 6 l o thae dt on w tlo
tswit M aeMor wUlm rest their ae
Wa "a pIla is theo opening ad
&Moaf o. 1 tik W. Uttletoa. IMVw'

The $augue plao sed to se the
JUT *06 "i# bad bees tasa snes,
b hey, *at t haebrde o nLlaty I
NO to Us frote both the prauai

ItbM 'dtlg hte could not have been
aeatil nl esible for his actions
B 0th aIlh6,of the tragedy. How
.,Mr. Utdotto expects to show that
Th Is ta sow ekhe, If he does expect
to do so., be Aid not say.
Thi prosecation is not entirely sat.
IlIGed with the opening addrera of Mr.
,Martli ttleton, for the defense,
edatalk that It dealt with matters
W lch wU be excluded from the eil.

Reverse Action.
The- Elder Matrou-You shouldn't
mind the baby crying a little. It
strengthens his lubgs. The Younger
Matron-Obh. no doubt, but It weakens
his father's religion aol-lndianapolls
If- you would not have affliction
vIilt you twice, lIsten at once to what
It toeadh.-Ropere.

oef neplesIde la avlTst It a Them-
Sao TV"aL
Theme in omly ea teat by which to
Jude of the elefoo of nay, atila
and that I It lity to do that
wathI tt s Iatqnded to do. Many haIr
vlge ay ole nice and smell ne31
but t nt to-do they eradlate Da-
druff and stop falng be ait?
Noe they do et 4but KerOMde does
bec it goes to the root of the evil
ad Id ll the em that Uttek the

matters from romunt e evry.
where are dally prelnga taa 6o1
erpow smaods the "test of om"
It is a deitghtftl dreeudag, etet, pore
ad free on or ll pese.
aa to Toie Bapteoe CO.

Two nps-10 e- a saad 1.40.
J. ML Modthd & Co.. Speel Ageats.

A t"t so to 1 at*U eof Nw
papw advwtit Owg e atbr
methede weno*e a Meas

ea wafewa w t w r. TUhe it i
oduw ki lad tiel as i I

IWcks Cmq AMOWncc

direct from



Finest Old Whikiesa

G 0OOD wVmIs -that I, one ditflbd fm the mbhifha of
%X f a* sr snted grain and pue water, is avahuibl a tonie
s wae*n Invigorating beverages
For many yea we behave bee dkt l or
Swjkides In our own wareboum and l they
reach the cutomer In TOginal Paeagfe scempealed
by our nquaifled guarates.
Both the medleinal and food values of thi Cont and
Rye is concentrated in our Whiddde. ty as abeo-
Sltely pure-smooth and mellow with aga, and have
always given genuine satisfaction. 1ois ads of pleaded
Customers can attest to this fact.
Four full quarts (la glass).
Finest Kentucky Bourbon $.00 Pure Old Cok..6,OO
Old and Frsgrant ........ Georgia Cor ...4M

The Swift Creek Distilflg Co.
or lac n ; meM9 t d |
.If Ii' Disd' I--.II Ii,1t?

We handle only the Purest Winee, Whiskles and Seer, and all of our
good* strictly comply with the Pure Food Law.
We are the Best Known and Largest Liquor House In the State.
We refund your money If goods are not satisfactory.
We have no traveling men or agents; you are not paying their ex*

We sell direct to the consumer at lowest prioee.
We ship goods In plain boxes, with no marks to Indloate their aon-

WE DO NOT bottle any whiskies; all our ase goods are bottled at
the Distillery.

Now It's Up to You.
DO IT NOW and Send Your Orders to


Jackis onville, Florid
The Best Known and Largest Liquor House in the State.

These prieo Include expre-ie

4 qta. Forest Lawn Rye... $
12 qta. Forest Lawn Rye...
4 qts. Beehhland Rye....
12 qts. Beechand Rye.....
i qts. Glen Lily...........
It qta. len Lily...........

4 qts. Jim Buckner Rye .
12 qts. Jim Duckner Rye..
4 qta Woodford County. .
12 qts. Woodford County.
4 qta. Roee Valley.....
12 qta. Roee Valley....
4 qta. ho Springs ..
4 qts. I W. Harper.
4 qts. Uive Oak .
4 qts. Lwis' 4 ..
4 qts. Hunter ..
4 qts. Canadian Club
I qto. Cane Sprlag-bot-
t led to hood4 ... .
4 qts J K. Pepper-bottled
In bond .........
I qtq. iuy a' MNalt
4 qts Amertie Malt
4 qs Larel Vally C(orn
4 qts. s-to Mmntala Corn
4 qts. oopber Oale Tome .
4 qts lDev s alnd Gin .
4 qts On Phbosphate....

cask. pr oeweteUw w
Ieee tba MAC .per dM..
ram& lUsIveeemICAgersToo"e
aw Primes L~


Z .20)

4 50

These prices do not InOelo Mxpre i
charges. If you wae s to prepay,
add as follows: 1 gal., 0o; geL 76Tc;
3 gal., 60c; 4 gal., $1.00.
Extra Star Rye ........Per aLt$1.50
Excelsior Rye ......... 1.75
Redman Rye ........... - 20
Eastland Rye .......... 2.23
Maryland Monograma.... 0* 6 2.30
Rose Valley............. a "* 3,00
Echo Spring ........... ,* 350
I. W Harper ........... 3.)
Solace .......... ...... 400
811ilk Velvet ............. 541
Malt Whiskey .......... 2
up to 4'
(kergia Corn .......... l'.
Tennu*a4'e Corn ........ 1 **
N C. Corn ........... * :
Stouns Mountain......... " |' ,"
To in . . . . . . . 1
op to "

-141 rd in ............4 '
Up to
Nvw Ktilgland Runm...... .
up to
4 *,~c P"C~ne each. AppleK g
:i. rlo. Llatkbarysa
f lanama Itrandies....4.
4 ou u
4 Port. Sqherr. Calawbo.
4( T'lackb~rn7 Wine"..- .
too upfto

&Watafp btts. per cash In..AM

Slue hesabo 0dHewr ers. VW U W SS

8end your orders for Job Printin to



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emel cu~ss"s
Wi1h% Saw" -- Musw. Me
Uomb .defed to 00
Sobu5.ert alfes 6kgAA

The 5 yin Ta a mPkwit -
RPse sad eat. bow"t"e b1
that reim&" Iso o505m
per, Uasaftwfthsm
a* s0 as w"th"weu
to mOidher st-HOnd

The ~f-s
brow No
saaft as




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~ti~i6; 19(18s

1.114 s of Ays.Mtt,
r saM spted the sug.
Sf telrlokh aa.oclatlon tor
latd.' The final
hMe bee called to the
SN o of c, icagocred. es
kmekmet eer lack Cliffrd,
i al c a., at the UrandI mc
r. t m, ath. Cliford oft
i ft- IIs 1. left wrist In the:
| "rhm T out w, gIvea In ge;
f a tiwntromuad bout. W
Sareu aerlatesadent of the
of e MobMlo aad Obo rall. f
Sth* BaotherB railway in Mo. f
Al., aw bee*'appointed a J-L the
ptIpmaN t of th Interna.
| e4 ut Nstbern railroad. I
^padu te at Palemuse *T ehas
I. 1. vitt. eO-In-law ot W.ll- a
Jsalat Bryn. ha, s oharacter-
s ops ** reports that divorce do
bf y eW vife were In con-

mam Mi. OBrIam, unUtl recently san
, oa1 th iMditas democratUe
IPtee q ge&oted eS apppont-)
I tasammfr of the dOemooratUca
N ilamota I


Growing girls need care, vice and medicine,
)ecially on reaching the age of puberty. A
their'ss tender care and words of caution will
en accomplish wonders. As for medicine, a
ntle, safe and reliable strengthening tonic is
ne of Cardui,
It will prevent and relieve pain, regulate the
actions, clear the complexion and strengthen
. constitution.
It Is a valuable medicine for growing girls. It
s tided thousands over a critical period, and
dd them from years of suffer. It can never
harm and is sure to do good.
A relief or cure for all female disorders In girls
d women.

At every druggist's In $i.OO bottles.

Warding Off a Celd. --
Brt point that must have struck
*very carudal observer of catar- O F b
Spnsumoala IS that nla nine case
o ten a old Is caught as the re- ... ..... . ...
not of getting cold, but, on the S POT lTY
ry, of htV unduly hot This HIlS OPN-. JNI T.
t pUWo is, of course, iMtel.
enough tWbhe one considers that He Found It In th0 R:-'ich Heap and
whea the body Is heated that the Made te M'cat of it.
of t~hfin an opened and are liN'WX 1" I l'dk' thn .,'! l .'.ween my
much agL0 likely to take a chill t(l't,:'s ,' t.k t: i the. i .,:kIc "rmnd" was
when they are closed by the ae- i3'y b1eiMow p,'l' l:x1 ':. t i 'D":1y yiear
of the cold. TO Isalso the expla- RIIo1. I waI a "**.'*!,-" m,"' II a big
on of the *cady Of a cold shower rallwny ujp.Ily hom,' I felt I knew
after aking a Turkish or even an the hi' hlt'n1', hi, 'il 1,1l selling
nary blt bath, as the sudden ace ability. lt""d the.' ', .11' ll.'hlld to me
of the cold watetclcoses the pores Irriwtstlly. th* l. manafier
so protected the *kin from the ac- thouiz'it I %:4 t. W i'i: It was "up"
of the air. The best possible pre. to nie to prove i '. :f
tive from catching cold to cold wa- Thi "Ijpor*itity ti, dol ro wuilld not
apple oleither Ia the form of a coT.* frr", M11' lI uns:'t and it myself.
bath or, It that is considered too ald I kept ny c.. e.4 ,;,n.
stle a measure, it will be found ot0v of ihe vii ,),ir., t>l.t warerh.nse
t merely bathing the neck la cold wns t gr'nt llr' ,.r redl glaM nslobe
ter.', both In Jie oarly morning and for hrukiineun's iflnl l..ntern. They
the last W a" at nilht, doen a had lK'en" hi 'to i, l.r ft' v or ili years,
t deal toward giving one Immunity 211( doeet of trhi'.
colds.-Modern Society. tyls In laite'rtn fq.r railroad roen
had chanied. our ne'w models were
all too small antd 11'it to make use of
.-s"tte Way. them. They were aliply nrubbih. Two
Is striking picture of Rossetti ap- or three tines the heald of tbh deport-
In Willam Allngtom's memoirs: ment had all lut idecled, to break them
tt~ w ery m careaterically, up to save stora.v ri o.mi
a p lounging gait, often Going home nlg the point of 1hI umbrella on red lights guti ling a gas main exca-
rae nd, but tl obstinately puh- vatlon-chea~p linternm with red cloth
on and oak"- way, humming the sewd rounn the' clw l. sigualI you
with ioS4 bIthIn the Inter- couldn't see a bht:ilrpd ynrds away.
of talk, Dot a tue or anythilg Thought of our stoek of old red
one, but what seands like a aotto globe came to me, and next morning
B OWte 4Of 6ds to the alveT*. I took one down t, the lantern tdepart-
uaddly he will ing himself meant. I explilnqili my hlW.a to the fore-
on UamOeW1e sad t1e. to stir an man and asked hiin if he could make
h fuarth. HI fvOrtoi attld o --Op a chenp Inzt'rto for contractors' me.
Back. oe kne rwmnd. hands be- lie Interpsted hins:elf. stamped oat
td bead. He vry sIedoas take par* the shapes for two lose'i with oar old
r nta t saythig as he oes tools aod g'av, ,..e th.t eot figures. I
cares nothing about natural his- added the uit intl price of the glob* ,
or actee I Say fot orf degree, plus interest. a id had no trouble Se@-
to plain that t i alplo, t *atr, lag the whole ti to one contractor.
W alve, ae arely lalpI n bIi 11 avassing tel town. I soi twenty
th. He m t n hae "ibag M8erso Cto the g- iarl water comanslee
art. In Ite ratu e ad to lie. About and ndilrldiial u.rwt-rlio.
S and other miteM RoN etti T Then I ak'l thet sales manager to
Valroally bold It eanosacin and let me me-1 thi. r%-,t of the globes. o
endingg 1s epn B ad be has the was amiiiue. uit i',t me on his payroll
rIluabe quaQty of kaowt what he lid gave i,. a :n t:ileae look. and I
ee and Ul Is to tt" started. oit to ,r-ov.e Iu) self a soles-
l guWld fSulphur*. Tfihre .e.k i t t At Lake Charles, ear the llf of lart.r (to .. 19-tur. t9 rallroe
exo. 230 mls fron New Orleans, nlu to ,.A .. ,t'" tcompatlen. The
Ipbur oIs eiamAd fton deep depolsts pr fti *,, o ,.I tfiat we adde4 a
In the form of Uqi4 Wells driven to cof.ri., tr r .1 l ,.ru to our regular
a depth of 100 feet I sefrt of petre ,,, i: i, ,, .. .. r .quetone l ny
buIm ruale slamad a *s b depot of fi i. a o,: ... .. 4A territury.--P. 4.,
ilpbur. To obtain the mleral follow o. it t,.
tube were drtre lte the earth. ac ..........
91iphw well emta of three tubes,
001 within another. Tbrought the outer niiTV
tube hot tte i, t dows, send It
M tM t g pefoamtions near te |,gCHUAUoN
111bon 'S the cesitral tobe hot lsce ony A ,l sln
air is drdm & t It l&t thn te arehus, hl ma f el tW ,
pfult where the hot water ecape. mile wago read. pa.
Throgh tbi tubs. Icoed ei 1b' poblte **o.Ie, St vo
twgq0 the ot two. Wie lquild aul- plane. 0ee 6 Ul. Pl.
pP. dilved by the waaf. r e to houae. foeu "epmM, W lmd pi
M "5fM' midw the eombled I ed-! awe oorm. *ooesie. twe. o ,1
e to tehe reolma e 1ONe, r*, oof ---, -i of AUrpa, w*
"It" amd 1 m e. te r carr. eel hkan an i.iS poMie
air. Tib lq6 ldalr is t led te *
W"d, ree r"i" whev r It ecole ad
" -' G|aineill the Colh Se..

At I ainertet o e d r ti f Mes fosortdas s
ch l ti W e tS as eas t led a to i*so. i W. tLes, *
ell* the salms, ebie t be ehe Seakere 'ta Wil. ,
ks t lby as as3 foram an : C' a re sr Itosl aeme er

_t. rta am es a r. e.... see m. . _t t I
embiej j wity sa asi m e ..- .. e ... --. "o ell a_..

the eh lege Waibta ** e '

Try It.


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Office over Dutton & ('os. llea
Phase Sao. salmostilll, Iil..

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Ofmce over Galneevlle Natinal ailtnk
Pho.e W00.



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ws jmu ank footd, peehte
a~eSO rwsis4 yos u wrf tob l. 14kti
And &AukwInr a3qsy

agmendsoi. ON". IWO& 4~
I -e Gaammmum


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The florida
fruit &W TruckGOmwer

go" me rowd
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.D'o u R .AB.&ITSlas n.
Jncknoniville and
Qalling at Olt'ARLEHTON S.

New Ygrlc,
0.. botb vays.

The finet steaakhlp ia the CeastviM Senice
Clyd1e Now England and Southern Lines
Freight Mervloe e DiwoemJACKSON4VILLE. kl(M*D) N d
PROVIUiNCE. MW dAll Rastera Points.
Oli~ng tit (hairloasshoib ways.
V.t!Phbo und .......... ..... AhV 0091*hag,1 b"44
N~~k~btJ~ht.............From Fool hM washinswi at.. j~bN vu 0
Clvdo St. John5 Rver Line
Hotweon J ACKI[KOMV3LL1 andIiSAN ~Motie)
111101pinji at Palatka, Aeior, Ibepet-slemi(PLvaud 1, awil ii~sowrwpaiit.' Lmadudlp
aeapjevieiui.tIto sa~il omou fiiue: Lo~eis*J CIuMVuIua, s0111111
Z~iturdays, at SM p.rni. HRWIF11"NK. 1040 NAW114111R, Iaig

k o t d u w r M C H E Dl L L E kreb&*At
Leave .3: 3 .I II......p... 3ack~otiville ... .....5 : 00aILm.
Leave 9: 00 P. ni ......... IPalatka ........ A.. ne10: 00 P.
leave 3: 00 a. I .......... ~ANtr...... .... IAGTe 4:Of pm. M
"vao ............ 1lterowtifrd (Det~sid) ...... LMA~ 1: 00 P.m.
Due 11: 00 a. I .... ........M nfor .......... Lin v o o.0:0 Sg6
Du. 10: 341a. m.......... KIoa.rirlas ...... .....eave1.2O a4 h
Pa~enger and Ticket Mfie, 122 West Day Street., Jaskminvllle.
It. 11. RAY MOND., Vive. Iretiiuisnt saud General ManageftrNow York.
iI. E~. MAY NARD., F. T. M. A. C, IIAUP~kIt'Y, U. P. A.,
I'i'er 311. N. It.. New York. Pier 36, N. ft, Now York.
L.S.;. qc1t(JAj "iC' A., F. M IRtONNONMbII. A. 0. P. A.,
l.A'fasburg, Fla. eJAckaunvilie, Pta.
L. 1). JONE~S, r. F. A., PHIiN i'iNlI)tkl4,. T. 1'. A..
Jaekvoaavillo i,) FaPh'r 36, N. Rl.. New York.
C. P. 1A)VEl.l4. Axent. JackeonvilloePeite
General Offltes. Pier 36.,Nwth itiver, Now ToelL



Retailers and Jobllrs lto

Staple and Fancy Grocceries,
I orl lrde. Sewd ow Fertfibers.
11i1hees amarlmet pile.paid for Obleklime. 3 am NW 0001Ptedss
A ajoaplew sk~*k of H.., Vnrts, Uawt. &luutjmr. M eat Jet. 0 iee4m dNes
load 0~. W W ad'leo uIthe 1hIy "T s! olids No the LW.O
RiTPRIVY.P. and Ngsaars4411twcessf~ilp 4aletv

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i~~~B7UeIs woo" of 8P.gltem_4s" all e melodist .1S4afu
A60 a 04M0, 16 "utbe. Mew. ithu*. w eel 00A so 68bssl P u
Ass 9s,,4l~ ~~eePnme.hw


Korth, Selth, East and West

'Ilioda i. I'ollmeul Servic nol All Trlisa.

Consult the "Purple Folder"

Fr dltailJd inomiatoms, hte la<, ra s aral rr-
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der food Chemist
less of the alumpo
alum or alum alts



*1 atrsn of Onerma Inater Oath.
erd by Our Reporters*.


IWMt Has Happened and What le
elng sto Happen Told In heort Pars.
Sgrapm Go That "He Who Runs May
Rpd It In The Sua.
R. K. Latnford will carefully tune
your piano for $4. Phoae 7.,
Prof. Scott sad party bave returned
from a visit to Miami and other fMat
Cot points.
S Remember the Oalaneavlle Dairy'
Bwhe In need of milk or cream. 0. T.
]tabrook. Mar. Phone 178.

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IH. R. Richardson of High Eprlngs Grove. and makes bhis winter home
was In town yesterday and dined with there.
his sister, Mrs. iI. II. McCaiary. Julian M. Thompson, the clever rep-
Prl ,nds of Calitali L. IC. Itrker are resentative of Walker,. Evans & Cogs-
glad to see him out again, after sever well, blank-bNok manufacturers. Char.
aI days spent in bted with la gripped. lesto. is In the city In the Interest of
Remember I)r,. rye. thk eyesight his flr"
speciallst. Is still at the lBrown House uirMTltintndent J. II. Cutler of the
Have glasses fitted before it In to l'Tan|ia aid Jacksonville railroad has
late. returmied from Crystal River and other
Itorn, to Mr and Mrs It It Kill. points. itwhre het has been on oetlal
Jr. I, Jactkw. tville, I finet hs, y l iurlt lri*tlltm
(Galmten e ll,' ,r'ii l tni | tol ,. rehlit<,nt of this city but now engaged
Yt>, I uni No Itlk :4piv(-lfy Illu. itl tlt> Iilvhe r) t t gt ithig IIh t t ,t that tI~.n > S d *j ".x r't) I'1tV1Jrd'ly.
I rlt i. neat, |prilti,' Johlm I It auipler of Hague. chair.
1-' S Cql f. Athr. %%- l Ia in the l minl tan o if it Ihmrd of County Conimil.

'A* ILt Ie' :111,101.% ~1 Wait e''. f W1Vlititmn
Niat I t- 0A 111) it, et1tatult 1 I 0a e tiatiat

.~ :" fnanhe'e ~."pI )r Thns
F: itle IIfoar ituch e~r'ui'.I
i op the- pawiiand litak the huarts
S 6 1-% "1 ?.4 1.41 vom'aiArdlit
r 'k I % lle 'i I -II- as Called
I t ither V, % \ I I i. % ot It Ilk
I j .44 1 ii h O':III Mtn u t il t h oib r o l .4


Nkw amw SfteaNa


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w- awe m- 14"*" Ct"

Dr. McKinstry reports the condition
of Elmer MeCreary. who is suffering
from typhoid fever contracted In Vir-
ginla, as very much Improved, and
hopes that he will tb ;able to sit up
In about ten days. patient has
retained his strength wonderfully, the
physician says, to have been as atck
as he has, and has borne his conflne-
mtnt with great patience.

T., W. Sand

WihLam 3.r Steckrt

GhulW A. a reloth

Attew iy GeO. W. I Soeld left yes'
taerda f'.s business trip to Jackson-
A. Harper baa returned from De-
Land, where he haa been for the past
few days conducting a spe.lal piano
le n ce sale, In which he says he was quite
sueostul .
yo food of Will the party wJo picked up my
pocketbook containing two ten-dollar'
en -- tit billss please return the book and one
at an nur Or of the bills to me? He may keep the
1a t m balance, and no questions asked. E. A.
S* W. Batton of Oranmebur, 8. C.,
confidence yoU has arrived in the city. Mr. Batton,
ocd ifs ra W th It is understood, will be manager of
the Coca-Colas ottling Works, which
It is understood will be started here
In a few days.
Strayed, from my farm west of
Alachua. one black mule mare, heavy
built, weight about 1,000 pounds; also
one horse mule, slender built, weight
WIlliamsJ Alachua, and receive re-
Miss Mary C. Evans of Louisville,
r powder ma& Ky., has arrived In the city on a visit
Cr o Tr 'to her father, J. C. Evans. Miss
Evans spent the season In this city
two years ago, and made many friends
c Cmfortlt g COnfi who will be delighted to meet her
lsrs again.
alu b g pow- D. M. Tench bas returned from
S say that more Or Worthington Springs, where he has
lwder In changedd been recuperating for the ast two
or three days. Mr. Tench has been
mamls in the food. suffering from Ia grippe, but his friends
will be glad to learn that he is Im-
Ellas Thomas of Willeford wais in
___ ___ _, the city yesterday. Hle Informs us
Andrewr master of Rochelle was a that the annual picnic In honor of his
visitor to Galnesvllle yesterday. mother's birthday, who is the oldest
ilce folding bed for sale. Apply to resident In the West End and whom
the people delight to honor, will be
Mrs. J. N. Btrobhar or H. J. Dempsey. the peple delight to honor. wil be
eMrs. J. N. trobh t or H. P given on May 2nd. Everybody In the
Does your piano need tuning? Phone county is invited to be present.
78 and secure a factory-trained tuner, A. Coins has returned fro
W.- A. Collins has returned from
J. D. Phillips of Fort White was Jacksonville, where he has been on
among those who spent yesterday In business. Mr. Collins also visited his
this city. farm near Jacksonville, where, he has
J. 8. Ricks and J. A. Ward of Bell had constructed a neat farm-house of
were In town yesterday on business about eight rooms. The house Is oc-
before the United States land oice., cupied by the manager of his farm,
Mrs. Alice J. Pardin of Uniontown, which Is one of the best farms In that
n. C., left for her home a day or two section of the State.
ago, after some time spent in t is Mr. and Mrs. Hannibal Gray and
dty with friends. T daughter, Miss Alma, and Mrs. J. 8.
J. R. Smith. J. W. Drummond, A. W. Miller, of NbI York. who have been
Smith, W. J. and L. J. Williams, all In this city f6r the past few days, have
prominent citilsens of Trenton, were gone to St. Petersburg. where they
treating business In the city yester. will enjoy the beauties of the Gulf
day. City for the remainder of the sea.
Clyde Axline of Cincinnati was In so0. While here they were guests of
the city yesterday. Mr. Axline owns the Misses Balls, and were well pleas.
a handsome orange grove near Island ed with the city.

--- Capital Stock $100,000.00--

J. L. Medlin R. D. Crawford J. F. Jackson
Wm. A. Steckert Dr. M. H. DePam T. W. Shands

Henry Davis
Cha". A. Faircloth


"Looking Forward"

Once again we get back to the time of Wedding Prn.4 r1t
Many of the Chritimna Gifts were the tell-ta!e,. "Solitairn'i;i
mond Engagement Rings." Right soon you will receive ti,
announcement aiad you think of the present. We will sa\
you the worry of "what to give" if you will come here. \.
ave a store full of the most appropriate gift-giving gpl.
tha are' most awfull and ornamental. Our prices are uvi
moderate. Ca t A
Beautiful Cut (Glass Salad Bowls ....... ,....... 4.5U

I--- 1 C. SMITH, Gainesvile, Fla.



SPe Ln Otred Fler-Next to Peet."e.
5 Cents Per Line c. nleUy Le.att Tet Prh.,
Each Ifthertloua, but no advertise- Not "the oldest bank in tie city" I at
the oldest estabs restaurant, .th
ment taken for lose than 20 cents. Six be pe
words make a line; no fractional lines, gentlemen, and children.
every word over each six counting u Y T R Th fo
an additional line. CASH In advance OY Continental,
must accompany all orders for laner- -WrN ", a aiHrPse.,
tions In tis column. WESTERN STEAKS, CHOPS,
LOST. Regular Meal.. Tradlg Tlekets.
LOT-Pointr p, whiteheavyiv- We do not promise momethlng f
LOT-Pontr yp, whie eavy nothing, but give you the bet servia
er-colored spot. Return to J. D. possible at a reasonable price.
Strlngfellow. Special sppers for parties served on
sbort notice w pondble. E X)
LOST-Plain solid gold beauty pin oo in eson. Open early ane.
the square. IUberal reward for re-d See the eleui st C lAP Our motto
turn of same to this office. Wetryodowisat we woroe."
LOST-Brown alligator-skin hand-purse
containing between four and five'
dollars. Liberal reward for return s N. No11to
. of fame to this office. I V

WANTED-Young white man for gar.


John Hauls and Jack Alwood, two' den and orchard world: salary $30; If
well-known and popular young m. i competen t and trustworthy. $35 af. and Pil
chnists ilu the employ of the Atlantic te.r six months. Apply P. 0. Box 373.
Coast Line at High Slnrings, were in! FA
the city for a few hour yesterday.. FOR RENT.
i nv'y were, on route to Waldo, where, GIlIESYILLE,
they w'r Kgoing to attend the district FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms.
meeting of the Knights of P.thlas., Aplt)y .,04 W. Church street.
Which tias held there last night., i L'rT~., a .Z ..-- I
FOR RENT-Now fiarm

Pbiumitr.,timiii the. city )t'1trd).ne Wile here' Mr. Saulmdiolde iteed a dub-
t~rtboaght a load of syrup, which he dls. lAr for renewal of like subscription to
t"ed i ct at Rgod Pdprtcea Ihe SHim
S4hi-pjard W ~Suiggis of Alachuana ade IJ. I. ik)ulware of tIelpstemal. Tell.
final jarotof of hlu bhomesteadi n theafter set elratI weeks tisit it relative's
I ail..d Statemi land oM& )vute'rydy. 1and old fri.'nds here, whichwtivw hi%
it' .11111 AOU) John Rallev ti Ilv an f(twnier h?:m,ae lft v..eteorday vfor hill
-4. Gaee( maluea .er ~II Toas hi-nio. Sir. lioultmare. is a man
t.gv i tt 1ba r I'r ,the e'y"AeI'.l &I%%- t e 'qis hatI4'tl..'2 r.%:,N-1%his d k'All
v'tIal. t .imtad then yans a ilI ic. anxkiol 1tire II: h ti nt, 1 -, C e .4 wulof o lo uid
ftur ie %or of hip gaolta twa forc- It li 'laotc1~. a~a.~*lye ua
fi) O. R o i2.3Iikna?, lrotn ltio.-vi 14XJ 411 rctit'I A la .jy14 Will
U IM a1411.1*'.1 3tS5 Sanid hit,;friends re-
I acht-k-A ftr tbr mupsh 0,iib ta 1.' I'. grel th& .' It fle' e~av for hint tof
anter I ae '.a' a.-s uf ( ri' ~.'aiiii retu r (t,' s *.' 4.rn h. -t-e I. lI. ,%
(%~j't'aI I CAl ie i'Mt~ h~~i' re91 *'" 0vime. sli ad Wa t ite .rv 0ri
I ro 1if' ,41% ":1 rt ,At MCI --ael* fine fox AndJ cat himtsi
*Lt 'fW.W A% e'?A at.4 J i'#'1i" ah S1, :a c~till '.zed .'tl-rvsaa hic
tvallt't0801euts1086r..6 .1f- .

SWE 1 ".- I...-.*w uvl eruM cottage in
South Galnesvllle. Apply at Doul
ware's store or Sun ofc.

FOR SALF---llack record carbon type-
Srit,,r ribbons for legal work at
The Sun off'.
FOR SAI.E-S8xty Barred 'ly mouth
Rocks. Write W. T. Jones Ft I
White. Pip. R. F. D. No. 2

*MV A" 5U4 I V~t#" l V. K ~, '. Lj NMSDELL. JC, t~eeq, '' I I-
and4 Seats' furniuhinc sotetv In this?- 4--
c-ity~~~ ~~~ sWn lr -'ted SatLJ~ GRAHAiM. NotCEQ Wi.H~a. MTV- Vl H.Pr KL TA ILOt aKar.LEG~AM a ai

IstOck Himstvorv will be be-sted in
the Matimmal Itank block oat West FR TN TO A A k G IE VL ~
M&an otv%.and he, tosui t ecarry;FR TN TO A AN ,G IE VL E
as vuieksta. and up-toeadtr hit. CN* I WUS,8sses
I~ ~ mom m'hareha.Slum."It' LuesKiwi=-
molkw11oldr &14 o4 tte't pontx. abot,
he.t Is Ikiag after tb*,taecrvteg os
TboDuto ftwpat ,We OMer Uniexcelled Facilities and Up-to.Date Methds ofBukg
wiei b# b oe 15 it5*de L T%# ettom
)DUP baus*of bipPRO-MPT-(Y)URTEOI':e-RFI.TARITF .We.%Wielt y,,
ftmeephat L --. -=eueofth1. ----
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ainesville lati0onal lank

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'Published Twice a Week-Monday and Thursday




doune and aartou. wbed a* w I l rn ll "PftP aMILROGI NEWS ITIM&

basemet e the boWe lf et wirU .-w l Their Wddaing Annlverery.

a* tons br.ic s theme s, s y mS- I Fu- i For lei .St er.'."'. di .

I. addition to th. opera &boase and 1 d Si Navy. niversary on Saturday by giving a
irat National bank. awlns' tar large luncheon party. Some of the
war* store mmd the dwelling hous of Melroseo uests chartered the "Lonne-
Robert flUn. HIarry Peniypacker and ARE NOW AT 10 DE JANEIRO nima." others being taken by Mr. am.
Alfred PeMsbart were burned. I... lyn in the ;'KIce." ICdeagrove was a
Thel Wonetary lo" will amount tc U A .. b irfect bower of bamboo, bhe feathery

about 5Z.000.

13% Ame Miming.
rottntown. Pa Jan. 16-Tclapbnne
aiemsags f roirn Poverstov4 n ealv iTues.
day uiornim, ~pree t" e nmber of
mlssino li Nf~onela)y rt'7tp fPre all Vfi.
it I~ h~evle~ the, death list will go b*
yont these tizures.


President of Georgia Agricultural Col-
S leoge to Speak at Institute.
The Parmers' Institute seclres a
lecture ftroti Dr. Aqdrew M. 'Soule.
president of the Georgia Agricultural
College. of Athens.
pr. Sotle will deliver a stereopUlco
lecture, IllustraUng various farm
scenes. Dr. Boule is one of the most
active and fluent agricultural leoo
turets In the South. He occupies the
place as president of the Georgia A-.
ricultural College. and has charge of
the Parmers' Institute work asa on-
ducted toin GeorgiLa. Dr Boul. has had
a Itfe-long experience la Southern agrl-
eature and southern duration hav.

the enter of the opera house waM s a soe vely the poltions as
biasing furnace. c I Ing heof the TeN essee A rPoouelal
tSe rapidity with whio the sameI e s
qre was caused by the uspettlans experiment Station and Virginia Ag.
et the coal oil hmpsa used as the foot. rtaeual to5 Rpteit Stati aWore
MAgts by some of 'ihm persons o the onal" to 0egi.
* oge* who endaivurel, to allay the1 Dwur F6brary Dr. IomtO will hsO
trlghtened women and btildMre and charge of the Paimer' laItJate train
qalet the audleooe. But eve the that Is to be taken through varlosm
m- seemed to w* all eoatrol of portiUos of eorgita.
leemseives and fougita with the wO
m- and children who momposed &* GIGANTIC CLUARING SALL
greater part of the audlence to gala
se street. J. Manaee'e Big Annal Sale Begir

Women and Children Trampled.
tI this manner womes ad oahidr,
whbo m!het otherwise ka emoaped
s nEartan flames, were teed beatk
ond trampled e.
Pasucalarly was this the case wita
Oam who were cancht on the stair-
w Psandenoiasm retained and tae
S ad scramble for th elists is salply
The weaker oMes were bruhsA.
aside and la many lastances trampled
S e death score etf persons oa the
S second flonr, seetla the awful eJa
fe the a nrways, risked their lives
by amping from ite wndlowa. In
M" s way several w(re so bsaly Injured
at they ditd ef,,re saoy of
| o numerou, :'np"rary boepltalr,
B)oyertow li 4 v il:agxe oof sabo
S ,5OO people sAd th'Oe T M erareely a
o se la the tt e town tat hbas *nt
6 e af.lctetl by Inoady alght's vi
s aa ofsf huae fre.
M bea W tover. oe one (hoeo f uo
s Mpd the lasame. Ina peaklat o the
e a*id:

splsosiom t~ok Suildi

Saturday, Januaery iL
hundreds of people always look for.
ward with please to J. Manage's an.
nouseemet of i t an"adl eleilam
male, wbleh tabk pkem allut the mad.
die of Jsaauary Maname' Invariably
attracts great crowds to hie store o
this occasion for be givee barglas
that ae bargalas tIn the beAt goodes
to be obtained to the county. This
year his gigant e caring sale begia
on laturday. January 11. and lets
Often days, and he offers a veritable
feast of barsalis sever excelled ad
seldom equaled ia Forda. Red4 hi
advertlenment In thia tauo and ote
the prices. which are anly a few of
the bargains he I oalerlag.
NetO"e to TaX-Payer
We will be at the oewltg p
oa date set appeste for the perpge
of monosis ases Oe oan tax ro u IN
ad masking assee est of property
ftW IW:

day. January saml Ith. IO
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Wbmthe .,pt.*13OV eaftl'Sd.WA140-r~Vy1US.JUEIT-11UM1
Voe er e last 1 Itbirty hoW &aWdR~cb~teUMGeday. J60uaWy3
oft 5the Stato tew IFe nomre$0*
bo*behid the 5r-0" w vi bsCanpvfllo-Tnesr. aJeMear 3
&Mngthre WASa 4,~ epelo ,*
A semedto &l~ake@ t ~ Sui Grang.HelghteW*6Mwse mi
~ slla. vi~d~a~7ttere sa" aS t2"lo
t umbhe the C Kits nb.popSON* Kelmim-T~bmlit. A~7 UK
en sOw "a*e jumped from the 60et. 90 wi
IMO e sawudteft10e ybeft Haw w 0"v~ m
fa "We Whae ot caMe .of thw3 14t3h OW d06 1181L
***e fmssed the MM L~
Ob Cme- WarShe-
V"Wave wad t*A

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*weas 0 al41 of ad94WO
ammom" I OPM am do 4ft wm s

Ofgoal i ~s e in Sew bf
&man 40 .1"T soft


Japuesi CWabit MeWn Tow.
dt Resigutin


Prime Minister Reelgne. But HieS te

nf of the Most AwfuJ Catastrophes
S nee the Memorable Irequels Die.
. | ter at Chloago Has Occurred at
S@oyertowm. Pa.
SS l7erstown, Ps., Jan. 16.-When
S ay&l t t dawned Tuesday the full *e
teat of Monday night's horror when
Mweade' opera Jouie was burned, wasI
The Ulst of doad is placed at 165
mad the lajured at 76.
S ow many killed may never be
loWa, for among the victims of this
awful disaster were a number ot via
htors and* some transore who Mt
kbare left no relatives to tice4 them
te thlir uanmely fate.
400 in Playhouse.
It is estimated that there were 400
people In the playhouam when the'eU-
0oadon of the gas tank occurred.
The tank was belnx used ina onsee-
UoIa with moving pictures. An au*
atlr performance of "Scottish R&
A mation" fur the benofit ot Bt John'*
Latheran Sunday school wasn being
produced. Instantly the ezplodlt
occurred, some one yelled "TUire" ad
I less time than it takes to tell It.



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fu i aum t Bya rsrn,. .


,.., r..... ............-....branches snakinglu a momt lyely and 1- o o A .-
Comrdally Weleomed the Visitors tro ploal decoration. The bride and Ignation Was Not Acoepted-Wle.
Brasl-The Amelkin Ambassador's bridegroom looked the picture of hap.- nese Existing Over tIe Budget *
Puntien Was Sr1ialW ne. Ipluess as they rectlved their pests, Believed To Be the Cause.
Sn who all extend hearty congratulations.
Rio Janetiro, Bral Jan. I". --Th"A moat delicious lunch was served minister of J anc aI. 1 osro T8akha.
fat Of the many o tJ0 fun W to during which aitn unusually fe graphor
be given In honor( the visiitn. Awer. phon owned by ,enry WaVnton, rend- apta, minister of omatnaicatlos.
loa naval offlcere ditfug tilIr stay r large vanity of ue Af have resned from the cabinet. mr
here took place MoftSy. 'Ile firit y After .iesationa have been aooepted. I"
event was a v istLe to Braztil min. a delightful afternoon all hands got ruainatlon of aa rquis Balonja, o
later of Marine, Admla Ai.'tntr, and aboard their mo'trb.att, Ipr7entln a prime miuter, ha. been refused.
Mile was followed by a rcvt,,tion by very pretty picture as they eronsadI -After a conference of the cabla4
the president of the reit'";hic. Dr. the lake, the "L nnenta" leading, fol-, abletora Marquis alouja visited the
PNnnw, and a banquet b)y th. Amert. lowed by the "CBfie." the "Skldoo" and emperor at the palaoe and ws ala~i
Ma ambassador, IriRg Il Dudley, the "Arow." ly allowed by Prince Ito. It a to a
Dr. Penas cordially Wolcon,'t t,1 vii. The first automobile ever nWioin t1dst"e thal differone4 e exist ee
Itors to Braill. TOhe *assi> i Mor' Melrois lamsed through town at duhak he budget, which are :rrconlollable.
function was a baliliat allair. Sunday, stopping at 11. Jacksou's forI Marquisl atonja Ia sUU at the 06
Home of Diplematio Corps, a new iUpply of grisoline. The party --
la the afternoon the Amn rican o0ff1 was on their way to Cltra from Jack. Cable dispatehas received from Tet
core went out to Petropoilt, the home sonvllhO klo the pnst month have ladloted th
of the diplomatole orpop, some twenty Rt. Rev. G(. Wi)d laid hi< annual the Ialjou ministry wasa meeting with
mileo distant frt m t capital. They visit to Trinity church on Suaiday.' grwing oppoelt16n lthroumhut the
were accompanied by many high fra- preaching two of his usual fine and' country, particularly because of the rew
aillas officers and byreprexentativh eloquent sermons. During his stay n' duc"kons made by It In the sppropria
of the various lceratton. At the rail town be was the guest of Mr. and tiPs fr military and department pur.
road staUtion of this suburb, they wetr Mrs. J. A. Rentei. pon. The election laIn Japan wan
ceived by the a ary to Mr. 'I-Newly registered at the iotfman aproachit and the oppoelUon has
D dlIey and o afterwards ouse are M t. at M. ch. Brooklye n endeav to create a tro
by ihs ambassador it. The par- N. Y.. andMr. M. Leach, Boklyn. sentiment agaJas the cable
ty then proceeded to r e of N. Y.. and A. Menc a a. mos of a ewspapwe ewp a
the president. Mr ey preeat-j Prof. r. H. Holtahusem of Mieaaopy tacking principally the goversam t'a
ed Admiral Thomas r. Peona and lectured at the Methodist church on polley of lertoag ntaxatln na Ul0
Admiral Thbomas th preseate to Sunday night, hibe subject being "Mar- sag oemtloe.
Dr. Pta each e6l tattrnt intin Lather." The ABAscal program waa *w s
Sto fnim eatery addroe. j r. Pord has bs eleeta l a ooaeu f1,1 tld* ata meeIn40 1 1 the 4m11
01s by Admiral Thoomas, Dr. omat to l a Te dl of olderr tAtonesm hM e 9 .
Pa ArlM, Mrs u. J. W. Joham wll rd aIt W o0 n eturvossmt, a in.
"Ia t I ety gratltned at thep on "A WOm 's Doefa" of rd tOt the upM
psemme here ase ofeo paper oo A We s Dead- We... ate o M i of thi s o U "y na tMe in
tag the powerful *t at to thee" W itery atnd Dua itig o e w a M t f w
voters by D g friendly Ais of 10e et, Jus . A& s
orth, to huich we a salted Real estate has been quite aetive b"me n
b beady of stmig fritebdlhtp 1 oa. lte Volesa O ahd I 1111. p1epu4t1n. tto r1h
regulate I Upm e ye watolln ya s, erl pitece hd ee. is d" Ot.otbor ra 4 ome"
sUavlgare aad epres admimr hads, being bought by mew sette s. a as5SlteIts f 1 ,00W *
tse. Tew hbve arrived pesetualy "- i'nI e b dget bed -ar-oue- wde pre" a
Syer demOtioa to spIte of the THOUSANO CURID. di iet Ike sa Isa stats IS *
preat di sltlespreentd tp year s* yo s. --l*t- alaitry at d thra a m
dartiahot. Yon are gtlly wvl WenderWfl Sueee of MyO mel in Cur. 9g0 1C -g A a wriaggo u iaao IN
agme" here. and I trust iM yepr My. I ag Catarh, ven in CI ehrek the o ime bwaNse of M rdetief
SI SWawl win ll beappy.m o -I. f tme, appr pro4a flor Nd tM-
i reoapose. Admiral ftmwa made e NMtlIs. As 6 emult the rMtualti
Short aspeb dof thanks. | Hyomael is the met ns eal remedy, g a |t TOM& olNier a 1
Upos telag Me realdesce of Dr. weer kow for the eW e'f atMtarrb. n leateas, waM samlsed bet ita
Pm o0 the o tere aet dlives to the It Mfelo Nature la her method of immediately doSed.
bome of Dr. Deley. Tio beanaet treasting dIsease e t he respiratory
Woas epe. Ae l I thoseprM(est wee agens, as i( eaMian batoies doe SOUTH is PO MRYVAN.
AM be Amertka a4dsmlfr the et taken Itstwi thln athe I ye brieateil. ,
mastiag oeleW of 0ea btlSe p. at el thg Mit fd emete l e Dee@ee LieuteaeMt Se. e#ry
the Drsa las Milatiter of Mare. the set the amoe throia agd muagna, 6tt to Alb ,me
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Nomcr 0i4nesvllas Ia Oa$ured
On [sthmus of Pwamau


HugheO Losa An Arm Is Gaineeville In
DOffulty with a Ne~re Whem he
Killed in *If -efeae _tured No-.
tto" Outlaw -e4 Kelley.
hm e uesdagrl'b lMni
John Hus who ws a baVother of
raMk f ee, the aIwyer who 0 -"
s oboy emawboatd
roM l a steoaer Jot b sreii
tad PMhiadelpa several year. mao,
ft in trouble aptof. He has b"M
siaug la DaaOseda as at r 5t n
yea, wbrM hIa* bee b e g a in
So skio bo asum, 4 a, # o6yeaw
age be .bt sad th lem a maB at lKa
e1alo bt the eoweOMa Jury eson
rated hiMa and he was sieed. The
grwd jury, however, ti eted Baghes
for mder s and he tht te parts u
known, beang tall ylOs I ts PsaO
s, where he was arro sat lodged
t jail. Governor Broward seeared a
taeltklo d for theO en sad ts e m herf
ef Oso6ola sosaty weVto the Sfthmuas
or the prHso~er, but Mughes ow Map
Jut before t Shearitf arWlved, and
the latter took the rim best back to
how York. On arrmvtM tIs Now York
th oa w tound a telegr awaltg
him sayo that Hmgher had bees- r
eaptlued. Tbohe shkr 4ed to send
bh on to New York. and a dispatch
audw date of January 1itbhpOmow
b prti mMers fe arrItval 6, *
Hubes r4e td OIn Mslsvle for
real yes, and est am ara here
n a difficulty with a seMa whom he
iMU1ed Ina elf4*f s. He was can.
sideed a good*astared fellow, sad
was his ow worst enemy. It is not
knowm here whether Hauhes lft Kis
sl*mn prior to or after the grand
jury ladlited him. but histo fds here
trust that he 'will come out of his
preM t trouble all right. We reder.
ed great servias to the pspj of this,
anunt dartn the mardearos depfreda
tisU of the Harma Murray gang, and
eaptad the white outlav member of
the puaag now as, John Ken.e wbo.
gather with the ns O Try Ohysb
te, was hung to a treo In Bat
aeavll e whbe nov staNds one of o
theo Enst reslde tes Ia tho ety.

Well Attended ad Inthuelastle Met-
Ing at O Opersa Hose La Nigt.
PM Tm Tcay's DaUly ha
In obedaiene to the eI. quits a
sumbor of the musilans of the oelt
assembled at the ope hoBse Moaday
albt tar theo purpose of nrevanulagt
the bmrase band.
There was oo derable Interest
maalfetd at thibs M tlag, with the
reslt that an oranataaou was er
tFetd ad the members iopos to
sa down to busi esst oase.
A sood bend io oa of the bent ad,
verUsemsnts a Octy can have ad this
vesture should, and ao dombt.wlll bo
eoteraged by our ldtiens laM d bual.
BON tmw.

An Insoldle Oenge.
One of the wor features of
kidoy trouble to that It Is an tttd.
oss dieaaa ear befae the victm
M slbssM hs tmer be my havs a
Iatal malady. Take ole7's KidWyO
Our at the tnet sign of trUble as
oariets lr etarities a previsat
rtofi% 4lawo and mdiabtes. J. W.

As alarn of are was tumed la at
4 o'etook Moeday afterMoe. whbkb
ammoned the department with tNo u.
sal prompemo to a bases oeupwdI
by tlm.d peopth ta Wast sbeadar"y
OwtIN to the d*ay tIa tarag la the
astlar. ad the l ng distabe freea the
statlam the are s* tal qteo a bead-
Way, beren Ut e wea eeederabl*
damage to the rfot Howev. the
mam wee meon estiaulqed after
Mhe eutval af the deartmet.
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Dr. MdKsntrys sgu Overturned,
Caeinag Him Painful Injury.
Prom Tudys' Daily an:
Fried of Dr. J. 1. MeKlatry, Jr.,
will re t to lean that n Suday
morning be bappeed to the misar-
taens of beln thrown ont'of ris bue-
gy, theO vehlW tutng upon him,
eausng paInful ltaureO from the re.
salt of wheh be was compelled to
take to his bed for a waile. soon-
diton Is reported better now, bow.
ever, ad It Is hoped be wl avo eOn-
tirely eeovored In a day or two.
Dr. MoKlastry, as he was about to
make a salt stepped Into the busy.
the lines being thrown acros tho
dash-board. Before hbe had aa ppar.

tpitty to grasp the Unes the bore
started, making a sudden turn, which
threw the occupant out. The buggy
also turned, making matters more
serhons and causing the Injury.
Dr. MeKinstry seems to have been
most unfortunate for the past two or
three days, as on Saturday oA~ of the
whelsa of a buggy he was driving was
stashed by coming into contact with
a manhole. .
Turpentine and Mill Men and Con.
trasters CuttW Peree and Pay.
The aval stcro operators and mill
me throuahet this sectk awre re.
duela alrtee and cutiS their
moM toan alarm lng extent, the re
daetion a salarles In seine nstances
hbeag thlrty-three per o ent.
A few month ago there was a gen-
eral lamor at all tUa H for labor, sad
fbtlous priest were oered. ven
an ordinary cotton-plker and Aeld
hand's services wore brtgtnt am aver.
age of $1.60 a day. but something has
"hanged things."
Now Haridwod Mill.
The BrownJenntans Hardwood Com.1
pay. experioeed hardwood men. have
decided to establish a mill Ia this cty.
ad are now at work en the plant.
whish will he located nth Galane
yUe mear the warehouse of the 8.
J. Thmas Companay. They have been
operating Is Lake Btler for omee
This will prove a good thing for
Oalunevine, as the Arm expects to em-
ploy quite a force. They will cut
bard wood In all marketable shape.
ad will no doubt enjoy a fAn trade
throughout the country.

Spslel Annoeueemt t"gardlng the
Naotsmi Pure Peeod and Drg Law.
We are played to announce that
MtoIrti onwey and Tar thr couas
aIdso a I m gtroube to not aK ected
by the Matonal Pue Food sad Drug
law a it seotals as opiates or other
harual drU and we recommend It
as a ate aomedy htr eablree and
Saduts. J. W. MColuim & o.
Oft Paree I Lakemlad.
Friends of Dr. Harry L Pear. who
ltft here several wes ao for South
i Ptorida nto earcof a location, will
be Intweeted to tlarn that hb haa
eened a dental osCe ti lakenad.
where he as daeided to make his
tnture hinom
Dr. Perre who to a Oakl ville
boy. In a taedmate of the Attlats Dret
al CoaU ad ha. also had a sget
del of practical expWti e throuah
bsa eanesan with Dr AdAernen He
ad o high h to hsrete and
fends predict fur him a brigt futer.
W e- d day and aht the tor
a m s ite$ kbhe piOW NehA g hbelpd
me eat I d O% tmet. ft
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Stat Berd of Pardons B4lm
itayer of Wife's Brother.



eoeand Trial Resulted In Conviojion
and Ufe Senenn c-4tarke's Wife
Died trt TJme Age and He i sSaid
to So In Sad Health.
Tieo Jacksonville Metropolis of Jan-
uar 18th contains the following which
wll be of interest to many of our
reeds: '
"James B. Ltarke was ranted a par-
do by the oard Pardons last
week. T# board was l session three
das Ma4d pa ed on a number of cases.
The ftaute case was of the greatest
publ Interesat. tar wu convicted
Av* Fyars ago and sentenced to life Im-
primmme1t for killlnag his wife's
brother, John Angel, who was an em-
ploys of the Southen Express Com-
Isy at Jksonville.
Ntarke omes of a good Virginia
ally bis trial was attended by
the Immedlate members and created
a sesatnMm at-the tlu. The first
heart n resulted in a mistrial and af-
telr nsrly a year in jail for the deo
fendant a second trial resulted In con-
viotio with life sentenoe. Defense
was based on an allegation of tempo-
ary insanity. Since his conviction
Stark. has been at Dunnellon convict
samp, and It was represented to the
bostd that his health Is far from good.
having suffered a stroke of paralysis.
He is now 50 years old; his wife died

year ao, and he will b taken
to his old home In Virginia."


STAvB or (hno, C'TTy or TOLrDo,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he Is senior partner of the firm of P.
J. Chesey & Co.. doing business In the
city of Toledo, county amh State afore-
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of One Hundred Dollars for each
and every case of COstarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of HalTs Oatarrh
Sworn to before me and subscribed
n my presence, this 6th day of Do.
ember, A. D. 1880. A.W.GOLBAON,
(Seal.) NoM Public
Halls Catarrh Cure is takdh Intern.
at, and acts directly on the blood and
mucous eurfae of the system. BSend
for testimonials free.
F. J. CHUMNN CO., Toledo,O.
Sold by all druogglts, i75.
Take Hall's Faily PUls for consti.

Suoeeseful Cat Chase.
L. W. Fennell. J. L. Boulware and
Steve Culle. beat on an exciting Urnme,
indulged in pother wild-cat chase ain
Tuten scrub, near Newnan's lake, early
Monday morning. and returned an
evidence of shelr seucessee a ne peel.
men of his eatahip, weighin about
twenty-towur p0nd&
In describe thn g hass Mr. Boal.
ware, who Isto an experienced sports.
man in this direction, mid It wuas one
of the prettiest and most exciting
chases he had ever participated In. It
lasted for about two bours. Mr. Pen I
nell finally making the shot whkth
ended the animal's life.
aOn this hunt the party !ook ftur
sevea montheold pup. which had
never been In the wonds before, but
they behaved beauttilly. Two of
these pup were shWped Dy Mr. Boul-
ware to Mr. Fennell from Texas ser
oral months a
Hew f Avoield Poemeals
Tou eam avoid pnesmoala and other
sertous result five a cold by taking
Foley's Homey and Tar. It -aope the
eousk and expels the cold from the
"yetm as It Is mildly laxative Re.
fet aay but the geulae Ito the yellow
package. J. W. MeCollum & Co.

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i* Olim voe On January 22 and
, OftoCmeIf Any


Mid Not Be Constructed by A. C. L.
anL 8. A. L-Applicatiee for Etab.
Iehment of Union Depot Soome to
Have Some Fruit for Public Good.
Though the demand of the cit-
m s of Gainesvile for the establish-
*meat of a union depot was denied by
Railroad Commission, It seems to
W ave resulted for the pubUc good, as
evidenced by the orders of the corn-
mission requiring the 8. A. L and A.
C. L. to meet the commission in this
0ty ono anuary 22nd and show cause
why they should not provide more ade-
quate passenger accommodations for
the traveling public at their respective
depots in this city.
There is no gainsaying that these
two railroads should be required to
Provide better passenger accommoda*
tlons at their respective stations, and
Ae public should meet with the eom-
aission on the 22nd and show the
oeusslty of better facilities In this

In theood old-fashioned days of
our g others they relied upon
the roots and herbs o the field to
cure dimeale and mitigate suffering.
The Indians on our Western
Plains to-day can produce roots and
herbs for every atIient, and cure
disease that baffle the moat skilled
physicians who have speut years in
the study of drug.

years the leading spirit., h:i'r
seemed complete without l..r Suores
of people in the congreKiat diu rtr no
Ioubt stirred to tender i'in.orli's of
comfort and Inspiration thi thiad rie-
celved In times imme by as he r sweet.
sympathetic voice rose In anthems
over their dead. Many of her friends
regretted that the serviv~'s could not
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ow. are the order of the the roo and herbs of th. nave occurred I, M ine e' woenu
Following are the orders of the cor-ld f ydis K Pinkham more than church on West Main street, recently
assison directed to the two r a od thirty years ag6 gave to the women abandoned by the Episcoialians for
sreerred to: of the world a remedy for their pe. the new and handsome edlifleve. It was
'M1Bce of the Railroad Conmmiuiloer CaltQU ills more potent and efflca. In ta little church, sacred to the joys
of the RState of Folrda. ooi outhan any combination of drugs and sorrows of so many of the older
"To the Seaboard Air Line Railway: d KE. Pinkham's Vetable residents of Oainesville, that Mrs.
To ehereby notified thatthereWimd now recogt Travis worked jealously a child and
be a meeting of the Railroad om remedy or woman's t' young woman, and In this church she
er of the State of dMrs. Betha Mff, of 16 N.C. St was married to Davis Wylie Travis
anrt house In Gainesvlle, loda. a In a A Mo., writes: I of New York City In February. 1900.
22nd day oJanuary.A. "Ooplete restorstlip to health Two children have Iben born to
at 9 o'clock a. m., to consider A mae so mab to me that for the "Ie them and survive the mother, Robert
t o'clock a. m., to wonder te d- of other auferluing women I am willing phll ae see yr, .
disability of issuing order requiring to make my troubles public. Phllips, aged seven year, land Cah -
1y0 to construct a passenger depot at "For twelve years I had been suffer. erne Jordan, aged one year.
Gainesville, Florida. At th m t lagwih thte worstforms of female ll. Nearly all of We. Travia' life had
youe, the aboard Airt the raetl Dsr~ that time I had elevendiferent been spent in Oanesville, and she
o.= the he Air Ue a i sw without help. No tongue '
will have an opportunityto be iar a i what I suffered and at times I as friends by the score who are
and to show cause, If any you have, muld hardly walk. About two years muck aeddened by ber sudden death in
why the proposed order should not Iwroted Mra. P trn a for adv the. ery fullness of a almost perfect.
I olowe d It.aind can truly say that: the e llle d
D aued. r Lydia Pinkham' Veetable Com. Happy life. As MIn Reuby Philllps
"Done and ordered by the Railreoad pli d adMm .ikha a i e remembered as one of the most
Commissioners of the State of Plorida, e tded health and stretch. It it' att leave anid gracious young girls
it session at their oeice in the city wot mosatalus of gold to seferiln who ever graced Oalnesville soclety,
et Tallahassee, Floridae this 9th day woe n dL Ptkham e Vg. and there are may in the lowlier
0t January, A. D. 1908. table. Com; d did for Mrs. M walks of life who will send blemins
a-R. HUDSON BURR. Chairns. itl&ftoIaWra ,fter h departed soul for a cheery
"Attest: R. C. DUNN. Set'y. i, -...... I kWdwordsor redy obur-
"'Olee of the Railroad Commlas toers NORTH GAtIlVILLE'T PROGRESS 1t st1- owed in and here at wayhe
of the State of Florida. The deth of ome who has ived like
"To the Atlantic Coast L.ln RaR A Qtsone of That Seotien of City Have thief, sad ma leave bhilnd such
road Coipany: You are hereby not- the Street Cleared. ouhts and mnuries, is not a ha.
ed that there will be a meeting of The cities ofl Nerth Ganavlle, I. of m es beauty
rut. It li a inn o nlajeetc beset,
the Railroad Cammissioners of the one of the suburb. of th ey, dd new l butustra to a wel-spme t life.
State of Frortda at the court house Ina who consider themselves separatee T a tn h nw al.t moher fr.
Gainesville, Florida. at 10:40 o'clock aad distiUnt" from the towa proper,
a. m on the 22nd day of January. A. never believe to having the and nd Travis Dr. and s. N. Phillips.
who af t ualvermsily loved and respect.
D. 1908. to consider the advisablity their feet, as do thoee of the Cky w a .nt s l res pct'
o issuing an order re.qutrtng you to Oouiell who have charge of aftir ln ..In t..lty .eplaes ntwit h
eilarge and improve your passenger the main part of tow,. who wouldW in ll l ns, sl
depot at asilneville. P rlda. At this mind If they saw a pede triaa walk s also e h siter Mrs. C. i. Wilmer
meeting you. the Atlantic CoastLine ln p to the top of his shoe to d.for ly Miss K Phllips Another
Railroad Conhwpa. will have a o01p- It is understood that the progressives of Tampa.
formerly Miss C NerrlNoe Phlillip, was
portutnti to be' heard and to show eitllas of North Oainesills --and theyp for.esly Mitt Cea Nal Pi. was
eause. If any you have, why the pro- are mst all p roresive-got together lso t funeral sr as was
posed order should not be laoued. .and decided tbht A would be a ocd M Altmallw
"Done and ordered by the Railroad iM to get *id of the teth and ahd m. vs waadS -- to II
Oomininl' I, lr. of the State of rlorida. caused by t09e I qw t heavy weatlir- r .v. w. Talla. .
to session at tbeir o1c1 In the cit and they ot rid of IL That tI smoe tAlabis at o w r t. 17tl inram to
of Tallah.,m,.e Vlorida. this 9th day of tban the street committee of the e" .. A thi. .. .U.wr th siena '
Jaua.rv. A 1 > 14-. t On th stre co. . IAt The d" o rr death ab i was a
anr1iI ib lh teSe m t President of Jack-tivnei where Mr.
H IiI'lo II'nR. Chairman had so much to do I was impoms e Travis .is i .n b s
" K C DI)'NN, r'fw"' to favor .se section withhibadt ie r,
--- so they let the whole busiesgo Ihe sM a liberty of eutond
Why lg to Mr. Dr. and Mr,
SPlilpe. 4a1 uZ otber relatives of
Should yo.r haby suffer! W hen be All the Wenrd Mrs Travis. yathi the tire
is fretful ari- 'ettiets, don't e pert- Is, a sta. ni si d- S Iow eity of OlelilrllI- this ad e bwrve
meat on himt al.d use say old thklas 1Jnlm t plys a meA preonteet parLt gt.
your nleighb" recoinmUndt Buy 'a It has so spwtlr wor re tl ie has lsy ro atives M this ctr.
botUtle of Whit' a Cream Vermtaisge i spras all ain Mrs Cra irbaruds sad famly,
griatt knoILn elsi ein edlete d Dlay t, try M ad ryou wili always W elamptN And SImly sad Mrs.
oere for rbildroir' i.*-eaS it i sldU 1 u sit. Aybody wbo has ued 0 I P Jorge sad family.
tn Its action Luild4 up the syati. Ils a k llow1aMt t a living lprofi .._
akem thin. ,jly hahl- fat Mrs 3 of w-hat t does. ey a bottle 2e.
C. Smith. TamrrL Fla rimtes "My We and ,1wM Sel by W M. J i A taerfie.
lb"y sas thit ar4d *t retain ists f 4n11 rcri4 all t P erOW Com". hoen ef Mr sWa Mrs Joemse AvSs
I aeb ono bottl. White' CrM AI AOf t h s mbrty strVet. Nloday *t ag, M
Ver.ifW", a,.bd f dav ys tt* h eibbyWM0 d r caWam l ew, M Uie
A. forMo'94m 0011r.o"a d of 1 los f. lf .-&-.A6 & --&A

W. W.V.Juba um fa s simno 6 res t 1Olssfe 1 mthify to', mb? yToIswk t.W,
-----j ~-w e bowTuedaY. Whi heain SS aesthe We lusvt l@Ispie
Vt A"- .d i' wI eletedt" f'the mda ILofg uim
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Well-Knewn and BSlNwed Lady Passed
,* *Away-PFu l Monday.
AND A WOMANS The remains of Mrs. Lydia
AND A W MAN W Travis, formerly Miss Reu v Phillips
-of this ity, who did at the tulive of
Mr. Frank D. Milatead in Klikwood,
SCkGa. on the 11th ist., wreo brought
S,| to this city Monday and interred in
Evergren oemnetry Moindy after-
noon, Rev. Fracts Craighill omfclat-
lag. The remains were acoiiiantied
from Georgit by the broken tiwarted
husband. Mr. David Wylle Tr: Is,. amnd
I Rev. Dr. C. B. WiUMer of Atainta. a
brother-in-law of the dece'a.ed, and
were met at the depot 1hI a large
\ ccourse of friends. /
\ The funeral services occurred hin
the new pplacopal church ait the
corner of East Maina ind Mechaniic
streets, and were sad and i !pres'Alve,
S K rom her earliest chl:,!ho.Id MrA.
Natu e anda woman work om Travis ad been lu act v' restrnet
bined have produced the grandest member of Holy Trinity church, niul
remedy for woman's ills that the the various church The
worWhas ever known. O church choir, of which h, \, :l s for

Switches fro Fis P'lh to Otter stories,
Good at Latter.
The Punwit (lords Hlirald tells a
remarkable Ntory of a man being at.
tacked by, at ottor. lie was a well.
known local itoekman. W. 1.. Koon,
and bad'goue Into a bayhead to bring
out a stray o6w when the animal made
a suddenmvAoolous attack on him. At
first he wea ouly amused. but the
otter was as pwersltent In its atteks,
witch It retowed as often as it was
knocked ovwtr, that he became tired
and tried to kill it with his whip
handle. Mr. Koon finally had to call
to two comlhdea for help andlone of
them bhot the otter dead. Editor
Jordan vouthes for the facts, "Im.
probable as they may aeem." We
simply palo the story up to our coa-
temporarle to match it. If they can.-
Thues Uniott.

Simple Ijamedy for La Mppe.
La grippe coughsa are danerous a
tey frequeUtly develop into pneut.
moni. Pole's Honey and Tar not
only stop tie esoh best beals sad
streagthens he hlang so that so selt*
ous results Iee b feared. The gs*-
nine Play Hl i and Tar eotala
so harmful i aad Ito a. yellow

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edDecember 31. 1902. at O anew.
ol. PIla., as' second-elas matt'
under Act of Congress of MarSch 1
187. _____
Published Every Monday and Thursday
at Gainesville, Florida.-

f. H. M'CRKARY, Editor and M'gor.
Terms of Subscriptlon:
The Twce-a-Week Bun $1 a year;
Ix months, 50c.; single copies, 6c.
Advertising Rates:
Local advertisements, 15 ments a
te for ter flrst and 10 cents for eaho
additionaIl Inselrtion.
Display advrtsmants for three,
ix and twelve months at spectaltee.
Prios furnished uaon appeao&.
arriage and Death noUee inserted
tee. Obituaries, 6 cents a line.
. Our Clubbing Liet.
Te Sua and the Thrtcea-Week
(N. T.) World one year...... $1.56
*The Suf and The Atlanta (Oa.)
WeeMkly Constitution oan year. 1.75
Th Suam d The Atlanta (Ga.)
SeI.Weeklly Journal one yar 1.60
ThYe Su and The Semi-Wekly
TteiMN UnJot one year......... 1.60
Weo will not accept stamps of
a rdeangplatlon than S cents.


Owing to a' new rule of the Post-
master.General publishers of 'news-
papers are not permitted to ex-
tend credit to subscriberA for more
San one year for weeklies or three
months for dailies. It therefore. be-.
hooves subscribers to settle their back
Sues at once, as we must revise our
1st and eliminate the names of aU
subscribers who are in arrears further
Akm a n.mA ta law ilts. Wi h.uo


It Is not often that the ovseument
teuks the trouble to et ito the new-
apers in defense of htelf. But there
has Just developed a case n which
the Attorney-General, at the dtrec-
tion of the President, ha prepared
and given out a statement In reply to
a newspaper criclitn.
The Santa Fe railroad has Just
been fined $32j000 for rebating. It
was a flagrant case, and there was
some surprise that the fine was not
even heavier. But President Ripley
of the railroad was naturally not very
much pleaded and tdulged in some
rather mautte criticism ot the Depart-
meat of Juatie, eaUtall the prromn-
tI a "fttle, vetlou, u nfairr" an
several similar adjetves. It was In
reply to this obur t tiat the Attor.
ney-eneral po or rather wrote,
for the statement was careful writ
tean and odcblly given out .so that
there might he no mistake about It
He said that the remarks of Presi-
dent Ripley were most urprising,
eeing that the prosecution had been
Instituted by some of the most care.
ful officials of the department after
the meet searchi p Inquiry. Presi-
dent Ripley said that the offenses com.
planned of In the prosecution had been
committed by a very minor subordi-
nate of the road "in direct defiance of
the'orders of the management." At-
torney-General Bonaparte said that
this was a most speclous excuse and
one too often put forward by railroads
and other corporations caught In
Illegal practices. He said that the sub-
ordinate had nothing d the road
everything to gain by the violation
of the law, and he doubted rauch If
the alleged "direct orders" agaifnit
rebating had ever been issued. Hie
pointed out that the convictions ob-
taineb were obtained on the record
of the company's own book, and that
.there wpre. manv t her asuns thai It

maq Jn now aw per ill IL.* wei | ave mar V ui y itaa CRI7i V a 1 111 1.
now no choice in this matter, but are was confessed had betn covered up
by burning the inecrminatiag records.
She The fine, he said, was odly one-fourth
sale In order to send The Sun of what might have been Imposed, and
through the mails at pound rates. in conclusion he said that the attl-
The now rule of the postomce Do- tude of President Ripley not only re-
flected on the court and on the Depart.
apartment is made to rid the malls of mJ e w c
pabMcattons Issued principally for ad. meat of Justie., but was calculated
aton sue pr lly fr to bring the railroad into even deeper
vertsng purposes, and while In some disfavor with the publlo which had
hieamse it will work a hardship upon baoon wronged. This, he said, was per-
eitimato publishers, the order will hbpa the nost Important feature of
In the leagt rp prove of benet to' the ease, as It deepened the puble re-
ath lenasn prot of badit to gen
them by elitnlating from the calls oral.
unfair oompytltore who have abased I-
Me pound rate privileges. TNMB OVERNORSHIP.
- Postmaster Lynch of the Gaditor of The nun has b
sile ofte is disposed to be as lenient asked the question more tha ee
as pasible with the pulaishr, bet de the pat few meaths as to why
our Met must be revised at once, and be supporting John N. C. Stock-
unates you settle your subecrlptli ton for Governor now, when he op-
aecoaut it will be our unpleasant duty posed Mm for United States Senator
orname from our mall U tour years ago. The answer Is easy:
to strike your same from our mail liat. wYm w Thp e *;r Is w
Remi by ste W( believed then, as we do sow, that
Remit by potoeo ordet, cheek or eitor Tallaferro was better fitted
sesgttered letter, and DO IT NOW. tor the duties of Senator than Mr.
Stockton. and that he could be of far
"One hundred brand new $10 gold more benefit to the people In that po.
pleae! Can you Imagine a prettier sitilon; and were the two men running
siaht?' asks The Atlanta Oeorgian. for the United States Senate today we
Sure! One hundred brand naw $10 would be found supporting Senator
gld places. Taliferro now as we did then. But
.-... -. ----. Mr. Stockton Is running for Governor,
In Duval county candidates are al- and the editor of The Sun btileves
ready making formal announeement. him to be especially fitted for the re-
WUstramUn their "aplels" to the maew- sponsible dutike of this ofee. We
papers with pictures of thqmselves. have known Mr. Stockton intimately
Discourage the Idea In Alachua coun. for seventeen years. and we, have al.
ty, ways admired him for his manly trmltq
-. of character, especially his rugged
lilo. John S. leard still has hopes onesty In his dealing with his fel.
of Governor liroward calling an extra low-ctlUsns. Not even Stocwkt:U's
session of the Leglslature. according most bitter |ioiiUcal enemisle h.- e,
to a circular letter he haa recsetly ever questioned his honesty. mid no
set out to members of the legtsla- one an gasinsay his e*ecutlve ahilitt
tlure. I I espousing the cause of Senator
S:- --' :: Tallakrro four years ago The Su i in
"Orowers plan co-otwrattlo." ays a no asintance abused John Stoktonkt or
sews headline. The schedule of prices even permltted anything la Its ad-
tadleated by the granwr' bills for the verltas columas derogatory to, hina
palt year or so had led us to u personally We have "t. bkld and
apes that "-operattio had bees e- died" with John Stockton on more
toplitahed long ago Pthan one ocwalon because we beliete'ld
--.- *. -him to be riaht, and we are gotas to
It is antult to tnte the "Interost *do all we can to place him in the
editor friedl) nto the announced ~ an. gubernatorial chair. because we s h
dates for unitedd States senator lists him to be the twba man t i the
prataod to maulnest Inu Conareesman lfraw fur that positilo
SparkIma remalniis in the Hos1
They realtse that he to a sure win. FINANCIAL LEGISLATION
meI if he siter* the rar' for the See -- ---
at. The Ahtrlrh rurnru. bill as far
-" j it profde for rnmrge"nry
Mr. lenry M. rIasler trtidenel of eredl by State and agunslal tb-rad.
the Plarids ~st Cieat rtle-ay aad the sad derawina si& er res latest. to
*reat dv o er of the w** ast st of a wte pm ith illtainal future peakns.
this State. elebrated hbls >th birth but the lnter "o rate ashuWM be ,vwv
day on a twrsday. JaM. 2nd This tos Ir crot no as t.o feorw the retitr
one man to *hom talets were giva. I weat of Sba rch nurrvcy at the b ee.
of whom it castn ve be ba 4 that be ta pow Mble As teatur A4Mric ito
*th thbet h a aatiAlt." May his litf* knew to rver at the WRolkrtfer
be sar4d to h alth tor away -ars and rvrpur'ittni tintierta it will be
Palatha News jwel tor Clasres atl est the Dneso

w jW o t DtOf

the Wdafored of the
is to learn a to the lative standing and reliability of the leading manufacture.
ers of medicinal agents, as the,most eminent physicians are the most careful s to
the uniform quality and perfect purity of remedies prescribed by themand it is teell
known to physicians and the Well-Informed generally that the California Fig Syrup
Co., by reason of its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical character ot
Sits product has attained to the high standing in scientific and commercial ci rcles-which
is accorded to successful and reliable houses only, and, therefore, that the anie of the
SCompany has become a guarantee of the excellence of its remedy.


appeal to the Well-.Informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent sue-
cess and creditable standing, therefore we wish to call the attention oi all who would
enjoy good health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right
living with all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour
of recreation, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute
to that end and the use of medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage, but
as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the
proper time, the California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present
truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won
the approval of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-Informed because
of the excellence of the'combination, known to all, and the original method of manufac-
ture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Ct. only. *
* This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known under the name of-
Syrup of Figs-and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of
family laxatives, and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well
known to physicians and the Well-Informed of the world to be the best of natural
laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name of-Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Senna-as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it wi1 always be
called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs-and to get its beneficial effects always
note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co.-
plainly printed on the front of every package, whether you simply call for-Syrup of
Figg--pr by the full name-Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna-as-Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of ,enna-is the on<* laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. and the same heretofore known by 'the name- Syrup of Figs-which has given
satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale Iv all leading druggists throughout
the United States in original-packages of one size only, the regular price of which
is fifty cents per bottle.
Every bottle is sold under the gencrarl iuarantie of the Company, filed with the
Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington, 1). C., that the remedy is not adulterated or
misbranded within the meaning of the Food and Drug;s Act, June 3oth, 9go6.


San Francisco, Cal.
U S. A.
London, England.
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Diamond Ice Company's Plant, Thor-
oughly Overhauled, Soon to Start.
After an Idleness of several months,
during which time the machinery has
been thoroughly overhauled, the plant
of the Diamond Ice Oompaay, It is an-
monnoed, is preparing to start up
This Is one of the most modern
plants In the State, and was the first
to ever successfully operate in Gaines-
ville. .The capacity, of the plant has
recently been doubled, making a total
daily capacity of twenty-four tons. A
large number of men are employed
in one way or another, and all will
be glad to return to work.

sister of the bride, was lady of honor
The bride was lovely in white cash
mere. with silk trimmings, and carried
a bouquet of white roses. The groom
was attired in conventional black.
Mrs. C. 0. Weakly, sister of the groom
and her husband. Mr. Weakly, and his
sister, Miss Alice Weakly, of Lynch
burg. Va., were present at the wed-
diag, also Windsor friends.
We wish for these dear young peo
ple many happy new years of peace
and all fulnes of blesoigs which our
Heavenly Father can give.
The purchase of a bte home adjoin-
Ing Mr. John Torode, Br., insures resi-
dence In our midst of Mr. Torode and

Has Leased Hotel.
B. F. Williams and E. F. Corbett.
Cwo well-known citizens of the grow-
town of Trenton, in the West,
were in the city yesterday. NMr
Williams has recently disposed of his
hotel the Williams Ilourse to Mrq.
Lillie L. Tison, who will at once make
an addition. This hotel has always
been a first-class country resort, but
since Trenton has become so Import-
ant a center thewlouse has proven too
small to accommodate those who ap-
plied. This will be remedied In a*
short while, however. Mr. Williams
states that Dr. 0. 8. Clyatt has also
let the contrast for a fine bone, which
he will erect at Trenton.

Chrtl A.V IMA- o

Louisville, Ky.

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cratle member.i' to closely scrutinize
the wording of the proposed Jaw for
hidden advanlnhge to what is known
as the money power. The provision
to further lo.te the National bank
qagpreqr b wing banks to deposit
eaWrlUes than United Stat*e
bonds, hsa bhlet$us plan that puts
evep bank a the mercy of the See-
retary of the Treasurer, who must
pass upon the securities offered.
There Is no need of further Inflation of
the eures ey by artificial means, for
the teNased output of gold and the
constant Increase In the number of
banks of Itself has Inflated the cur-
rency fifty per cent In the past few
years, and Is one of the causes of
"boom" and higher prices that led to
the panic

Wedding at Windsor.
Col. E. R. Ounby, chairman of the Windor. Jan. 14.-Three weeks ago
Republican county committee of Hills- Windsor was suddenly startled by the
borough county, and a gentleman sweet chimes of wedding bellyax Miss
pretty well known in of the Margaret Torode and Mr. Lucian
State, took occasion at the recent Re- Nichols were united in marriage.
publican county convention In Tampa Again on January 12th the bells peal-
to hand out a hot rosmt to the Federal ed forth merrily, and It becomes our
omeeholAder. all over the State whe pleasure to chronicle a pretty home
are trying to periwtuate their holh wedding. when Mr. John Torwode.
upon the omees, after which he put formerly of Lynchburg. Va.. led to the
on his hat and left the hall. The altar one of Windsor's fairest maidens.
Impreskon tI quite general that the Misa Pearl Sherouse. daughter of Mr.
chief reason for bring a Republica, and Mrs. Jerry Sheroue. The pastor.
in Florhia is to be eligible for a Fed Rev. Mathewson. spoke the mystic
eral oie.., and why should Col. Gun-w whih united their ives as h
wordslives ahs-
hy expect tho.e who have secured a band and wife. Mi.n Ob Ormond,
good hold to be willing to let go with-
out a ,truxlt?-I'ename)la Journal.

A smw'i-al dispatch to The Washing.
tom Iwmt from lied ford City. Va.. sVs
an opilemnic of typhoid fewer prevails
there. cau'.d from washing the clothes
of a girl % ho bad the disease In thez
opting trott which ithe city gets Ito
water fill-ily. 80%0ral desthim hair~
oevurrrod ,andw the State and Natkmal
healhh 4110hwttles have bown retquetettd,
to mae lisnoka t Vitjg!Ih n TteN.. a
twioal HMime it the' Prwfet.''io, Otr~irr'
tit Mkv14 ikwcsted at Ii.dfnrd I.)
on*e of thb.- largs~ttti'e' P chbvw~ls hathe
Mv'Intry. anid It %'i th-rv' thai the'
oiditt(W' Kin .-unftrmctedti he-drea.d dl-
e'av- tr'.ai Whieh be in' as -.n r"'nflu-
Od to. his 14 tid tv smarlN i1''v.. weks

linI'nilArk Trammel) *h~i r"s
u tthdri.w tr'nvinl 'th uv -fo 'w lled
StAtfis Ae attr91,basn twin -n w.r9.u'4..,t
to bh'c4%a ae a MJldat.' for AtttW~y
t)"aerml In 41VPswt" ato M-0 .Pr aet

They swo flaw &peak*".. andthe,
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faobn Iubutwam teivthe M "PNheasaI

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- Tvlay Waa Day for Banks to Get
Toethr and Make Showing.


Three Banks Held Annual Meetings,
Elected Officers, and Discussed Mat.
teoe Oeneral!y of Interest to Them.
selves and the Pecple.

It Quiets

the Cough

This is one reason why Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral is so valua-
ble in consumption. It stops
the wear and tear of useless
coughing. But it does more
-it controls the inflammation,
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The First National Bank, one of the quietsC inc cvcr, suoocs, ncais.
eldest and most substantial institu- Ask your doctor about this.
Wonm of the kind in this section of Thebe.tkkndofatesttmostal-
As State, held Its annual meeting of "Sold io ever siaty y741s."s
stockholderss on Tuesday, when the fol-r S .L' ?* L.? Ss*
wtlma well-known business men were dl mma ohs'r of
elected a. directors: er lAS UKn..
F. J. Hammond, Hawthorn; C. D. ] S 0 A V110.
Wood, Archer; H. C. Parker. La. w-aveem we pubshM
Orosse; H. L. Dickinson, Mclntosh; LefrormualoalrI i 0 m nese.
Jai. M. Graham. Goo. W. Hyde. I, e .e4 ten5 ry Ior bY k n
*raham. Perry M. Colson. E. Ilaird, bowels ro lar wit Ayers PillsM
W. W. Hampton. 1'. 1. Taylor, Gaines .------- -.....
vllle. of the affairs of the institution. The
The meeting was well attended, and money panic which has been prevail-
the stockholders were. well pleased I Ing throughout the North did not eenm
ever the prosperous hiin.ltess of the to shock the nerves of this nmeetlng.
past six monthh. which was one of the most successful,
A semi-antual dt (ili. inl of five per financially and otherwise. which was
cent was dec'lari.dV. whi h showed a vr held since the batik as organlis.
wise. eafe anmi (Cin rv;ttiv'' nianIa~e. ed.
ment on the p:r' *,! tho.. in charge l ne increased surplus fund of the
_ I NNI --.L -u

First MMtial BIM i' t15.000, while offices of the bank Tuedtay, and those H. F. J. G. Nehols. ,
the undivided proBti aSnount to $1I,. present were mopt Jublhant over ,the Ilroome, 4. Tboma., C. W. Ch
800. excellent financial success of that in. W. R. TholUk, J. A. Maultshy an W.
s titution since the reorganlsation, II. Taylor.
he meeiul of h t ok of hen tthe littoll it.nk succe.eded il. In nil the condition of the banks In
e G.evllle NaUo! Kk .t.s illF. Iuttou & Co., bankers, six months' .eine.nvllo does s*t demonstrate any
no hld on TufficdayeUsbe t,> ,> o. o Vhtle' ihtton ICo. were. alw>ay >.sig of a flnanclael Itltriency, nor
uing oterm. *lbcting tthe sai nt- ,regardie.d t- as mion> thbe safuet stand mio.(t o thev prophecy any dif ulty In this
suing term, beint the sa ; m ,.r\,.t! .ve tk,,,ke.r, in the Somuth. direction. They are all prospering.
emcit-litly sine its orgn ;. the' re orewu .itlotlon of the Institution,, hich h< ow not only to $e excellent
e gently ince Its orn.'t ,e r t .,. g:,e' ou, t of wV. I Thom.n hsine, nalinftiolos of the various
T. W. Stands. president. \\ .it ; prii,.tt I;ifu 'ed new life' and imanaiiem'uts or these Institutlons, but
Steekert, vice-president; i ., A e. .rg> ..~1jor II'O,'nl. tw'ig it young to the ge'nerail prosperous condltMa
Falrcloth. ca shler. D -ir' t'ur \\ t
FaIrcketh. caDier. Di rP 'r rn-t full f im r 1 lr anl energy, and it of the' pole' of thlN section.
t. Steckert. l)r. M. H. l'Vi ',i ', ma' .o.i the l olol had lIAto.d to!
Davla, John F. Jackson. Ja.. I, t. ndt, it holhi.t" from the ay
Medlln. Robert D. Craftor,. h \ h\ e, ai.iwed the' re, susihlhe poultion DR. ROBT. C. ROWERS.
Sandd. Chas. A. Pfirclo)th. of mti~n,, ing th he stitution. with the
At this meeting those Irw'- .t f, !t result that busi~ne'.t continued to grow DENTIST.
very much encouraged. Noitliiw tldl day. by da.i until there IN no Imore'
Ita that the bank has be'eii in 1aii- prosperous Itstitution of the kind in Office in Miller Law Esohange.
ness less than six mouth.. il a-i '\. the, coun.try. and .one in which there 'tee Phone No. 2 8; Residence No. 1i0
passed to the surph a;Ami .nt aindl is more rntiehiouice ptdactd. With n
more than $2,000 was left in the ki knowle dlge that their money is 1f', .e
divided profits account. It \\. I d d0,-eeositors restt 'fly % with the best T H. LLIS, JR.,
cided at this meeting not to ;,.t\ a V wis he. for the Dutton Itank.
dividends. as the bank has .1 .. The last report of the Duluttonl llntk,
in business a tow das .o'. r t the hich !a.% publi~hhed on l)e enmber t.1, ATTORNEY.AT-.LAW
months, and the directors th t ~ ho a capital Iitd in f S .' f .

to accumulate a surplus a',. I I 000, uiv|,.| profit., $i;070.SS. which
fore they began paying (i.i~ .' ,!t. at gesal hoe inK anid which Is the
In all. the condition of th. i;.nce'..- best evidence of the conililence of the
villl National lUank Is .e ,.'lthilx p'eopIl
which the tMixkholders. o';i ;atil At this itmee'lting the hih lofleh'er of
directors have a right to fr. I o, ,iil of r tank w e'rre 'lecteid o4 follow :
---- W. 11. 'ThoniiS, prelhlnt; (" W.
The annual meeting !I .'.nk 'Ch se,. firt ~le r-'.' iri' lli t; (, K
holders and directors of i ,tI ;tl m IIrtmie, se'c'n'l \ Ir lretei ,lt; K I
rell.thle Putton Itauk was Ih,',l 111 the Turnur, c'ahleil'r I'lh i iiretc'tur% 4lre

(3 '4 IN USYI 1.1.5.

Ft otID

,.civil Engineer and Surveyor,...
I'!otnte1L tetle'eetie'I tel oil 1teu11ie& .'i
~e ti po.iirt e imell~llei wTsioruuie
1, 1)e'. I t'l) l 191!I'. I.i'v I' fla.



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& SUN: JANUARY 1. 1908



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Work Is now under way on the new
Baptist church In Palatka.

Spirits of turpentine has advanced
10 cents per gallon, or $5 per barrel, lan
the past week.

Miss Mabel Evans. a young lady of
Largo, Fla., is on other way to China to
do missionary work.

The citizens of Sarasota recently
organized a board of trade and it is
now actively at work.

Stephens Soar, proprietor the Po-
mona Nurseries of Dade sty, ship-
ped over 5,000 peach trees last week
to different parts of the State.

Ground has been broken tor the
foundation of the new Maoanie temple,
to be erected on the southeast corner
of Main and Mnmroe streets In Jack.
sonvflle. -
At Live Oak lad Tuesday Emmett
Hires was sentenced to twelve months
in the State prison, after having been
convicted on the charge of Illegal sell-
Inl of liquor. *
An Investigation is to be conducted
by the County Oo mnlulones of Hills.
borough county to ascertain the adt
visibility of Irrigatang the poor farm
In that county.

A movement to build a cross-ountry
road from Faloo, In Baldwin county,
Ala., to Penaoola, has been started.
The road proposed will reduce the
mileage considerably.

The city council of Ocala have or-
dered more streets to be paved with
vitrlfied brlok. Magnolia and Os-
Oeola are to be paved from Fort KingL
avenue to the city limits.

0. M. Davis & Ionas of Palatka. the
well-known manufacturers of cypress
tanks, have added another new In-
dustry to their plant, the manufacture
of kitchen tables for the trade only.



ForaBadCaueofEczna on Child
-Suffrd for ThroMe Moths-
Diseae Reached a Fearful State
-Pain and Iching were Terrible.


"When I was small I was troubled
with emsa for about three months. It
ws all amo= tw face ad covered nearly
aof my I0d t reached such a state
that it wa Just a large oab all over,
d the n thing were terrible.
Sdoto an able hysilan for
omeas time and wee then advised by him
to e the Cutiouras remedies whrch I
did 8nd I was entirely oumd. I have
not been hothered with it since. I used
Cuticura Sop and Cuticura Ointment
but do not know exactly how much was
ued to complete the cure. I can safely
say that Cutloura did a lot for me. Miss
Anabel Wilson, North Branch, Micb.
Oct. 20,1907."

With Cautlirm Remedies In
Three Days After Six
Months of Suffering.
I suffered fully six months. The
trouble began o my arras in little
rmpmples and It was not long before
It wa all over my body mb face
and hands. Itwasso bdthat oould
not', negt or day and during the
six mopth I did not get a good night's
sleep. I ored for three or our
aOhl IMam spentatWat at e twenty dol-
as tryngto find aue bu none could
Sfo Then I saw the Cutlcurs
avertised, sad the next day
SI some for aevty-r*ve cat1
at ite dr3gXt's. I and
was nl! evdf the itching In three days,
We had of y i
disease s=ace. The Cutkmra Reaedlies
an the only remedies to use for skin, t(hy lave cured me and they
l onothire In the me way. J. W.
lao. A R Telegrapher, HoUow,
W ., NoA 1o and Deo. 29 39, ."
utioura Remedies am guaranteed
ut n under the Un ited states
-oo Act.

/ eo /

porn of rernandina for the month orf
December amounted to 8,901,469, val- ---- -
ned at $276,777. The total value of was Injured Christmas day by a
all exports from the port is placed freight train on the Seaboard Air Line,
at $780,037. has entered suit for $10,000 damages
The week of February 17th be through his attorney, E. R. Dickenson,
The week of February 17th is to be ai t ohe accident
made a gala week on the St. Johns against the company. The accident
d l eo h occurred at the corner of Franklin

river. The Jacsonville Power Boat
Club will hold a three-days' interna-
tional regatta at that time, opep to
any boat In the world.

Red snappers have been caught In
sucl large quantities recently that lo-
cal dealers about Pensacola And no de-
mand for them. Some of the dealers

Itposiponed. It was found are talking of shipping the fsh North
was mhot by an unknown negro wolfeIr possible to get the monument there and placing them In cold storage.
wa his strawberry patch work whgle Itime for the services to be held
Us hIt stea who b t was that shot him ,on that day, hence the postponement. Pensacola Is still in the clutches
S ..--L- &M m- a%-

- ne says be knows or no enemies
that he has. -
Liquor dealers who were put out
of business on January 1st In Ala-
bama. when many of the oounUes
went dry. are rocking to Pensaeola
and other places luI Florida where
htel ar m11.iwu_-- .--I *rI ....

avy a e aIIowe U to l 1u iqtar.

A imrty of lghteen Japanese arrived
in Jacksonville from Norfolk a few
days aigo. The party eanim from the
Jainestown KhpuhlItios and will coun-
duct a Ja1asene tea saidon at th4e
Florlda Midt-Wlit.r Nxapmtikn.

Tho ('atn111ty L')niuelaiOllner of l
fly"(tt' bln. decided tu build a noew
court :a>uitse Tphe plant an acreptedd
call far a Iwo stiry bulldding of Indlans
lle '.tne. with iu11m rt walls. of s lt--k;
Iuluitiaa to b1e 64x49 feet, with all

Ilit. Id ecI I rVI e't 1 14l iefta

The ir, prh'v \ll

I 'aax Ii -. %411.1-1.0t ita htJAi l 0(li1lrMV
k. nitti). t iCs .viat ti et ) all foresirith

61 hit hl ot .a tin 1e41"a r-I ..I 'li Jac
-i ; u ia lmi, h atide l Il i &il sile d

I. tilt hil's' 'ir of asta I"Inte ti.

,,%ilt rn f l i., it u laa :t i itn w tit. e h i

til It%, k lt-1I"i.. te.ikk 'M tL it Wilt

it OttI A I W Of I j 4'1',11 I

It. ti %. 1 4 %

is k

street. Carter was crossing the rail-
road tracks and did not observe a
freight train which was backing Into
the depot until the car was close upon
him and then a negro trainman hal-
looed to him, but it was too late,
and the man was thrown, receiving
very serious injuries to his spine. He
will be unable to do any work as a
fisherman on account of the injuries
received and will only be able to do
light labor In the future. He is still
oanfned to his bed as a result of the
1--lr| av -j i d T> Tr.ib



Lmp Exploded, Ignited Her
Clothing, and She W M Burnt


Flames Were Eventually Extinguished,
lut Not Until the Unfortunate Vic-
tim Had Been So Badly Roasted
That Death Came to Relieve Her.
Wade, Jan. 11.-Through careless-
neas a colored woman, Rebecca Wise,
'lost her life last Friday night She
had a lamp sitting close to the fire-
place and as she started to light it,
same exploded with fatal results. Her
clothing Ignited, and in a few sec-
ends she was enveloped in flames,
running out of her house. Neighbors
came to her assistance and extinguish-
ed the fire, but not until she got burned
badly enough to cause her death. She
died Friday evening, after-suffering
much pain. She was the wife of Levy
Wise, a respected colored man, and
the daughter of Jerry McCaslin, a well-
known and old-time resident of our
county, and the sad accident has been
very much regretted.

Jumping from the up-stairs window.
The dealer and the "kitty" were se-
cured and fined $90 in the municipal
court -
Total lumber shipments from the

A WOas't Bak
Ras many aes and a snd c as by
weaknewes and fallnlu or other displace-
meat, of the pelvic organs. ,Oher symp-
tome of female weakness are frequent
headache, dizziness, Imaginary specks or
dark spots floating before the eyes, gnaw-
ing sensation in stomach, dragging or
bearing down In lower abdominal or pelvic
realon, disagreeable drains from pelvic
organs, faint spells with general weakness.M
f any ooMslderabldnumber of the above
p are present there Is no remedy
S uker llef or a a per-
am than Dr. Favorite
Pn tli S a erd of ver forty

al rootS found in our forests and on-
Wains not a drop of alcohol or harmful, or
habit-forming drug. Its Ingredients are
all printed on the bottle-wrapper aad at-
tested under oath as correct
Every ingredient entering Into *F-
vorlte Pemption I has the written en
dorsement of the most eminent medical
writers of all the several schools of prac-
tice-more valuable than any amount of
mon-professional testimonials-though the
latter are not lacking, hav; been con-
tributed voluntarily by grateful patients
In numbers to exceed the endorsements
given to any other medicine extant for
the cure of woman's Ills. "
You cannot afford to accept any medicine
of unknown composition as a substitute
for this well proven remedy or x owx
compoearno, even though the dealer may
make a little more proit thereby. Your
Interest In regaining health Is paramount
to any selfish Interest of his and It is an
Insult to your Intelligence for him to try
to palm of upon you a substitute. You
know what you want and it is his busi.
ness to supply the article called for. *
Dr. Pleree's Pleasant Pellets are the
original *Little Liver Pills" first put up
by old Dr. Pierce over forty years ago,
much Imitated but never equaled. Little
sugar-coased granules-easy to take as

Notice is hereby riven that E. E Cannem.
pur obar of Tax Certtfloate No. 444
dated the 4th day of July, A. D. iH,
bh filed aid oertifoate la my o01eC. and ha-
made application for tax deed to Issue In ,1
cordance with law. Said eertlesate embraced
the following described prory situate is
Alaohua coauntyl, rlorid,. towlT
Se 1.4 oftSw 1-4 oft8w 1-4 Seo. 15. Tp. 11 S.. It
The said land belm aseied at the date ,it
the lsmuanoe of mob oerfloame la the name a
Reas K. Lipy.,
Unle said certificate shal be redeemed a'-
cordingr to aw. tax deed will Iue thereon on
the 0tb day of January, A. Us.
Witness my official siaidre ad sMeal this
the l8th day uf December,. I0Mo.
pd Clerk Ciroult Court Alcahua Co.. Fla.
r y U. S. ORV9S. D. C.

Nouce is b reby rve that B. S. Wnto.
purelmr of Tax Oenloate No 1041,
s te rd day of July, A. D. IM. bha
Msi oerto&ate Ia my owoe. atnd
hba mad appliosatoa for txdeed to e eue In
aooerdaaoe with law. s"w eerhteale ea-
braeee t oe foUowlnM deaerhbe property 1-
ated In Alasbusa county, Florda tow
Saeremanseoomerotfel.ote 1-4 Sec
0 TP a .. L. I
he sad land beln aeaned at se date o

fI an epiemnc m Trip, there being .aju. u rce. vu.-.-- jim UUe. ru the iisuae of c otlee themt e
There has not been a day since the few families who cannot add at least Unowdeeed
Usles o"M eriAeate asbaW bedeeme.d :w
middle of November that strawberries one name to the already large list of lamed by rheumatism and 75 years cordfin to law, ta4deed wmalses Ueron oi
could not have been gathered In victims who are battling with the old, Erastus Warfield, a Hlllsborough witness mr oalai ait rean ae seal tbh
reasonable abundance in the vicinity dread disease of fall and winter time. county negro. ran three miles to the the lthbday of Doemb W. A. SG.
of Lakeland, The News ays, and home of a neighbor the other night, pd Clerk Cireuit Court AiWua Oo.. vi.
scarcely a day this winter wll n straw- A. Ift. Green, one of Starke's suburba, pursued by some strange beast whose .
berries will not be shipped from that farmers, jplantel three and three- quaint outlines he could not Just dis- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
and nearby stations, so long as It isn qYter ureP of cotton and gathered tinguish in the darkness. He almost Land Offme ataonesvi.lle.nia
profitable to do so. 4.09 pound. of the fl-wey staple, or fainted when he burst into the neigh Notice I hereby ven tS l sabet
an average of 1,085 pounds to the acre. I or's house and screamed: "A whole Clatton neeOGmotle of Waone is., hsaltiIed
Twelve hundreds n1tn will be given H litoays that be believes in confining drove of iwars chased me here.." notice her lnteikn to make t4sl ve-% ear
proof in aul'paw- of her claim, yps: nsi ateml
employniet tomorrow morning In the his e ffortrh to a small acreage and gat-. Krastus started from his own shack to "ttrv No. 31014. made Jani. lIM. fo orte N4
of S Wt See UI. td X %of g1o4 Sectimt,
various cigar factortla,, of the iltoivanll tilig tlut o(I the land the beat there, isI the neighbor's to get some medicine o. Toimwnatip AS. Kanre 14 1.. sad that %aul
Amnerican Coaelmiany tl Timpat. Other II It ---- for hi. sick mule. He had gpew only proof will be ne hetol estuterandSllece-
seer at Us ncavtule. Ina.a Foevn. I. ima
facturle have decided ti follow sult 1a fe'w yard when he 1 .arl the tread she name thie r 'uowln uitaneeses to prove
SCondit at tiehl- >i. acnola nv .h t- her oioolkinious rethdevnce upon &ad oeulvataian
i-lch will achhi tlu |>placinlitg of ltn voii lr, a i of strange lBasts behind him. Only ou ,t land. via:
yard. threaten to become n far more J. C, k oa SftlI-Wit-tooghleJ.r11t nrl.
niderhl more money illn crrull.atio, acoule of tights before a big tar a tenFle. Wllom Alte1. J. i. O s &-I"
I triat cty th thtrh s i t. e A arg num- had beewn shot in that neighborhood. itq Hi-.NHa 8 CHUHnI.kmetiaver
it toa city thim thvri, Itia"i hev for Wr of th men have alreadyWoy own laid
th"e p1a"t in..tyhratl aeea.k. a Kly be lai rastus started on a wild lope. but he TIC FOR LICATION.
toff on utt count of thoNfrrlbe scarcity if workULICATION.
d ~rv1,4at elldel'nedundr,4a II Icould always hear the fbig beasts Land Office at OalMIUS. VIa
--t-- a ter,, In a well-dein,,d u rlud,,rsta.nd nt T' 7 hnd OMoe lt Gainest o. Uie. Is
TI'he Inherleb Miamit f' d.y K alni thowe rena.gteml at I the, Just behind bhie for the. whole three Jaaru rv I)4.
Thle ahrKitieaofMi.amiit at Ahs.lai>.t lu miles. The nelihir tt)k hit s, gun anndl e t tkner n Are.n La& h Ie Ole i thatChael it*
M teill t1tA .k a a;A 0:th1t th;e Gre 'k li e.r ird. Lthlt mllre ,% Iil ih, I t '1ee d-l Fwonrife. ia., h&% aed oh a te oeII Ia ,
wo-nt out to Investilate Patiently fI.ttrintl u ti< n aker finLd five i n la Mi
'1i4.1 thl. tt wro. .-,olu..|K s1 lt,. luittlti i ilthl in th,, lnu or fuwttr., 1 P. .rt ,of rt elaim i,/ Hore s1 Itry No.
wui aml threlnnlng to ata t> h.* .t In fr1t het+ ^ta IIs j ,Am Ja'J .. Ita .fi ,rthe. ufrMale 8CL.
us an1 t tih t it., th- .Krasatus' airk nul. Th,. atn'riial had TVe K Il ld that's alt a pmro ll wbe
tuaitest of iA ke'trel 11hin iK t l hit tme beforW ner .ter ten, i4itelteaer at t alase
,lno T e Urtt l t I A ciirinitt- frtan th Itiril ut followed his owner all the. w:t t e. M eon Ie 1. iar. n
.stio Thle latt c. er, .te e. t, I'rald ,tI 'alatka hat tw bm -----,,)- Ife a. e the fo lowles witaer A. toptive
lite It' rIIIMIB and tI., dlc'etlfo- th' 4 ,''e t v r r a tinme tr)yig teit Inldute'. .tldttat. will haVplA% h he t 'na ia. a
1%1 .11 asl id > > In, > I kr Accidents will ha en, bul.t th be Ie j Thni Fra. er J. P. m le. Jr W N
at.1 a11d It Ut11 it, t. .I ,, fI. 'e- author it ..' t le Ltbillh regtilated families keep I)r Thomas' n ';( n e *,a S J, e ., toor 'W se Fe a
t, I. -It l a, t,' t .i tI,. I ,,.. r t, thA. t t'li It lowW l' Klectric Oil for such mrnerge.ucie It -- - -
,,...-. fI th, o tf ilt,,- rlt iubduers the pain and heal. thi. hurts. I N 'rrnc
A Ie u Al ltilt L t s 4I **'i t;., :.ttl. .' 'i*,. Ih ''-. .-* .tnrFl Titirk tlgK '-'=, .,t,, 's e ,vl ,th. t l 1 tu Te' t.
i r.- (r it- I lt'Jt p :i- a t I.t! I tie t .e'I i ll O l 1t 4i r .-.i l tro. i l 1 '* "ralt5 ( i t. It C yat
111i.4OT 0-F OF AFPUCATIlM M OR TAI 4* ba tat b> n lrcted to L M. tChan
-f ti'-.l a -l, th* i i' ,hi s ' .l .tklrt t atl I t ., .' *-. { t *:II.n' D tl N S :'f'IIOr N s au C IIAITLIt r I ,~ a ,, 1 chern1..,I by b* (the .1 A
on. fit Cbv at t p 4J.1dee In-., a .' a i w' j. A
ne l., tl.f \l t '' s *, .i .. 1 t.' a C I YI!.)RlteA 1 -: t : ,.4, rt l *lotble w ,- *.1 ',
Ji t. II t|.l t 11 tI' , I 't. + l" o, > "" l ** t, ". , T l ' t' n w r ***w ie b J ',
I t el l t t .' l 1 C a : tt 'e ,u ,C <,, ,* "f F ' *1- r t (a ".* + ae ..'. re' ? .t i1a h e a'' *4*' o f Its .
I i'' h' tt o. e ' t Lt rt, ol '. l.. A' 1.t e a!-1 .- e*- l, I ts a. t,< :. i i,.
ti''. I. e1 ., w eltl' n ..n .: at .t ~ l \ a e Ca nt t * l -. ti el t Ir. r t A N sIh .&.
I I %.. a,-I ii .\I.'I ,- ., , I e -', ",, ,, .. r S %" &t.A -.. .'I ., '. '..* .. Ij.. *' V t .,.. s t-.t. .*. -- *, -., -.-.. _____-. ,__.

-a 'Isi CF- -- - '"-'F.411% %,*). Il ~l,
I*, INa ifla.* '%, r a efO2.atr i

r"":wd I.$ tulow tax 404eeV IA.low" e Uteir-L 08

tisusi btis'na l bfeth Cti.t 44 11'-K 1,' I 1 a

that v'I~a-I-:n nil !w ZrIC44' fa'
It el t .1 '* 'ai oi I

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tkitls.T- lthe sts ts all at-t a a oul aud "N sa -t,
the **AdC~Meg.4aw'b 'a.e afiemn m-

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k* i5 th t JQI, A D 1" 04A .'a
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It bg=mby J0dVi slAl CB r to te A1
died e0 flm Marythat Mar
COL. the Arfead~t A5i.Isa 24f
resddest the State &lVU~~and tjh
maid efeedat ka rf~ w amcity'.
AtlwaIn th Stat di WIS over t~e
so~ of twefltO" Yeas;yelIS Is thrf ore 'ir.
dared t4M3h" -- Id~5M antib ~
0 0 1 $ e r~ b Vt o a m Of t h e B iU w
Complsait *5ainm mU a imeScaorhtore M n-
day. th *4 day of rqA. D. IS510th er,
Wise th00 egds of Mali -WW lbe taiie i
am oqaf sed amid Get eM"16
It ft further rderedS Othaorcder be vurD-
Ibhe, oace a week frfelowr oonaeouti"
weebsia The Gebesrile 8S12. a 5wspaper
pu~blishd" i N si eOOM Sae
TbWa IfhDeceber Wa
a. I. WI3NOW *Mt at Court.

By 1 0 V.iFLD. C.
W. S. 88OO0" Sameito for Oempl't.

NoUloe hereby irven that P. C. Den,
purobaswr of Tax Ceortificate NO. 17. dated
the 4th day of Seotewmbr, A 0. 0oig. k:,
filed sad oertaleate In o office. :nj
bu madi appidoa0o for tax deed to 1Mu.
nla aooordance wib law. Sald oertlMeate per
braces the followila desribed property sit-
ated In Alachua county. Ylotis "lirlt:
Block land Lots I. 1 & a4 d r6. Blo.l0 :
Lots and 6. BIOck 4 Lot I. Blsok L Lots 1. ,
S. 4. and ., Bluok .1 WWey Add ition t,
Thle said land being assed at the date of
the iuance of of suchortM ltin the name
D. F. Willey.
Unlen said oertlAeate shall be redeemej
scoo ding to law. tax deed will luue there,,
on the 3s day ofit January. A. D. Mi0.
Witness my offcil signature and seal th.i
the Ist day of January. A. D. ItI.
pd Clerk Circuit Court. Alaoua o., FI

THU'0 G1

OY 109 f






An acld soil also tends to nasten its
availability. the. acid condition of the'
roll .twing gradually ecirre'cted at the
same tinxw. (It should 4 It- orine Int
mind. hbowtvr, that thil In a rather
slow wi y of correctintg an acid soil. If
the correcting of acidity alone Is the
result to b tattalin.'i i Exp'-rlminats
have shown that water charged with
carbon dioxide gas has a solvent ef-
fect uplon pt osohtiate' ri k Iati I i 'ce
the ground waters 'f Fl',ruil.t ar"e
more or leen chare'id ithi hthl n*
Their olve'nt eff- et u itn th. lime1 I
stone formation I3 a r I' -,' ,
might re.asonautl)' e 't j .,e .
thee phro phoric arll ,,1 lh,' I, i'.
rock would be' rt.; al' ,ii' ,.
Many ePxi.ri. .
* dicted throuxtK -rit thl, ., -
w hich Irg ve ,.vii ,, O, t v1' 1 t1 1 l .4
phoric i rk ,l!' f it, t -, -'. 'I
clted-notablI Rh e,!- 1 *114l !:1 M. arT
land-where t.r .. gr, 'lt,! ;,puth;1t1.
rock has gi(i"i r,'e' lt ; .1 r -,11 I0 If
not bott.-r that th,. Oth.,r f",,rr ,
pbosphoric sa'd

Ground PhOsPhatsRe a 8Ptfe"eancmt
I nvoitfm@nt.

of grorvr.4 ;hr.ei'kA' J".?'
acre nicight tw 1-4.~r! -1 .A* it I'-I
iiaaaflt thee"! fie-1.trah--r t! an Nn Im
umisda"te totillti Pv. I'.it rial',:7il
riot b~Ce P"1C I, t v !.1 '.I .. f rt
hazcd wtm2 s .e *vf
phone acid fora P
V* the firpt Iv f~'. .PS'
would be saeeineare'r..t,,*' I

F~' it IfF11'.00II:uAI:
~mw M ruI m

fti lYN am AttWk

a""aa this mM Ohlf7r
-CBWtare of C

A Wild Sheeting.
FJdlitor Mun: In the west end of our
monty near Wannee, three afmn s west
of Ie-ll. near mour peaceable community.
.eral negroes are settled and have
STrar ble settlement. On January
4th. mra' being Baturday night, some
urAkp'>)'n persoums rambled the negro
wttle-n.,ent. shooting several shotU
itwo the' hurch bouIe and shooting
tio-ar Mime of theb homn". cautling A"
t,, railo down on the buildings whbi
(at, d murprtae. tboulh theyr sm
undl4turtwd. knowlia that they try to
liv in piarp with all mt Thb ohoot
Ing to not charged to those that know
th. m B ch Is qalte sItvil.
Wan-.n. January 1I. tM.

A cart
Ttiels I.toacertbify tha all twos
are autbiwltaeto to reloaw seerwyIt
Y-icyvm Hosey s ar ev.b.ib locars,
I ~e cr-.eo jgsor told it ma" sthe seed'.
Lorahs tM )3lung$ad"Svftlret5os~
r".ults tr"rma acold Cumre. Iap
c~iakeand gaest. pseuinmia OW
Tb. ~'n wa so~ie I i yr aw pa mewa
lb gos&St o *3 &

'Tb- Wbess4o 1I*" L.'Vilda
Cew?*4.f'o 4,evra-e M,,-4-rkt4 toa
ha.d CIi~ e.u'aaIr--.tzh$. mm t TIMIS

#,~~~ W.'4ts~alabag I s kewon
flgtMWamram"akby I
happh " I M "R b l o~0W
buM u 'ced heAbW-O&PsY"u

-- ---ls Introduced at Recon.
S"" By A. W. BLAIR, of Florida Agricultural Experiment Station. eon
O@ OC Mi m @ l m..med0I'll o .O SiS senung of Congress.
Phosphate Rock and Superphosphate. with a more available source of phos-I
Tricalclum phosphate is the chemi- phonic acid. After this tle It p b-E
eal name of the phoip.hate rock of able that most crops uld secure
commerce, before it has been treated enough phosphoric acid from the grad- Have Been Introdueed and One or
with an acid. It s found in Florida, ally decomposing rock. More Likely to Page-John Sharp.
South Carolina, Teiaeusee, and to For quick-growing vegetation crops Williams Favors Smaller Standing
some extent In other places in the it would perhaps not be well to rely Army-The Browneon Incident.
United States. When this rock Is to anuy great extent upon this form of
ground very andph horl acid\ but on pnckppl S o. aioodebou Te D...L.s..
round very finely and placed on the fields and orange groves It should Washnton, D. C., Jani. I. iemo-
market without any further treatment, give good results If properly managed. crat and Republieans alike are
It in suay spoken of as ground phos- Here the soil is very sandy and open. up in arms over the treatmelutit
phate rock or "floats." In this form d should there be heavy rains soon by the President of iear Ad.
it has, by many, been regarded as after the application is made, much of miral Brownson concerning the resig.
practically Inso!uble In the soil solu be soluble plant food that is applied is nation of the latter as Chief of the
tions and therefore not available for liable to be lost by leaching. On the oth- Bureau of Navigation. The I residentt
plant food. For this reason the great- er hand. the floats would be but slightly is roundly censured becau.he of tb
er portion of the rock that is used is affected in this way, and would slowly failure to make public a letter % written
treated with a strong acid-sulphurte yield phosphoric acid to the growing by Admiral Urownso Ina which he glu'se
acid-which converts the phosphoric plants for a number of years. After his reauins fon r the belief that the
acid into a form that is soluble in the first two or three years it Is assignment of a naval surgeon to the
water-the monocalilum phosphate, doubtful It It would be necessary to command of a hospital ship is agal ist
The resulting material is placed up, make such an application oftener than the law and to the detriment of the
the market as "acid phosphate, some- once in three to five years. especial- service. Every applicUaton at the
times called superlhoi.hate. or su- ly if the soil were kept well supplled White House for this letter is inet
perphosphate of linon.. Expressed in with organic matter, with the reply that the letter in quots-
the as follows: Trcahn equation phosphateion tate paper please copy. on has no bearing upon the point
at Issue. Needless to say, the friends
310 parts plus sulphuric aid 196 parts, AN APOLOGY. of the Admiral are of the opin lon that
equals monocalcu- phosphate 234- this letter contains the crux of the
parts plus cahlduth sulphiate ( land plas. Editor of DOanellen Advocate's E*- situation and they consider that the
ter) 27' parts. cGus for leuming "Bum" Paper. President has banded out to tllrownsont
Acid Phosphate Readily Available. We wish to apologize to the read- anything but a "square deal" In this
Acid plholsphate u.:ually contains i ers of The Advocate for Issuing a matter. -
front 14 to It; per c aut of phosphoric "bum" paper this week. The "lUll to amend the national
acid, moyt of hlich is regarded as When you have heard our "tale of banking lawn." prepared by SenatorI
available. Ilut the' treatment of rock woe" you will bear with us this oine Aldrich,. Introduced In the Senate and
phosphate Aith acidl Is expensive, anid time. we are sure. referred to the' finance coinnuittec of
on this account it t'conwe neceusary The stork paid our home a visit that body, Is the Important topic of di-.
to sell the acid plih.iohate for con- Wednesday night and left a fine little culsion In political circlen. As yet the
sid.lrabl>le oor. 1'. r ton than the baby girl-anul to tell the truth about Democrats have not committed thetl.
ground r ,c'k itlwt.nt i would comt. al. the thing-we almost forgot we had selves on this measure and the Relpub-I
though th,. latt, r con (itaits about a paper. licans ar, very sanguine of little op.
twice as much iphboihoric acid per We let all tho printers off for a portion from their Dimnocratic breth-.
ton as Is (ontalunl4 In the treated rock day Thursday to "celebrate," and at ren; In fact, the leaders in both houses
(acid phospihat.-. Th'e phosphoric this late hour they haven't returned think there la every likelihood that
acid of the, treated r.k has the ad- to work. And as the editor can't stay the bill will get through the Senate
vantqge of being larscly soluble, and away from home long enough to write and the Hlouse In a reasonably short,
Is therefore munc h moire' readily avail, copy, let 'kme to set It up. we will time. -
ahle than the liho.hciric acid in the have to ask you L; f rgive us our short
ahle than h, ,,h,,,hrlc add In the t lw All o t Many blls were introduced In the
floats, comings this All of you that the roning of Con.
Ground Phosphate Rock Slowly Avail. a beutful lady-and our's after t C tma holiday.
able. is beautiful-wlf bear with us, and gross after the Chrstmas holidays,
the others will he to. The editor &bout one hundred a0d Blrt In II
liHoevr., It is a fact that the phbo the nd of this large number one of the
p.ori anid aof lcate does become is happy, sd the mother and baby are anotlargn mb o ot
lowaor slowly amailaile., the. avaftbility be- order, and we are open to roielve a ny tentative John Sharp WHIIams, ro.
ne sonf that proportional to the amount that havno advice ed to them. I palla the law directlas that three:
nf of the mattr l and the o. In you wish to tie something to your ffths of the Atton per cent reserve
of organic matter n th soil. In a congratulation make It a one-dollar of national beaks may nasist of bel.'
soil containing much humus it will Willan, a an or a ba l of foor Mano due a bank available for the re
become atvilabhl. mor.n rapidly than y of those little things will do.- demption of Its circulating notes from
in one that is dfcint in this respect. nnellon Advoate banks approved by the Comptroller

President Roonovelt has recom.
mended. In a message to Congress,
that the four thousand additional em.
ploys. to be given the Cae us Bureau
for the work of taking the thirtenth
census be appointed from the Civil
lervlce, as he declare the examina*.
toss, noncompetitive, used for me
hAiWa i 8 ka #-- -- I. -* I, -

The Jey
Of living is to have good health
Ue Htrbine and you will have bao
*Is of Joy. You need not be bhle
fretful and have that had tatto
your mouth. Try a bottle of HaOebMa
a postlUe eure for all liver complate.
I. Harrell, Austlt. Teas.. writes: "I
bave used Herblaa tr over a year
and And It a lne regulator. I Sleily
recommend It as a fto medlolet for
dyspep a." F eor o@l by W . Job.

Aulbu CouNtD Abstrct Lo.
Perwr w caws, VIes
We do as esclusve AetIMet b*
some, wt MS1 W Mtn o
begi 10 44 t 4 a I Wa loaggwi .




-U4,NM(I(,rI'INE ;r lfl'.-.-.-.

Evan' Earliest
Philadelphia Extra Early


P.O. 0O,

Notts Excesior
Bli6 Abundance
McLean's Advance

First ad est
Premium Gem


"Reliable Se****


of the Currency. Mr. Williams' bill11 ,un1to 1w Irw or 1te at1 iwo cen.
also repeals all laws permitting a-s. ase served only "as a cloak to bide
Uonal banks to k.eep threeoffths of the nakedness of the spOls. system."
their reerves t national banks in re.- and that such examinations are use
serve aiUe, and those permitting as. Os check upon pON tronage ap.
tioal banks in rerve el Ies to keep potat1, t. --I-
fty per cat of the reseri in cea. Those flends of cUovernor Hughes
trial reserve clUties. of New York who are endeavoring to
Mr. W1ll1ams also larodaeed a bill explain his sllemee on national quew
reducing the regular arny, after the tionu olam that he is like Oov. Til.
r day of Dewmtner. 19L. to 86.00 den sad rover Cleveland. Democrats
me. 10.000 of whom s ehal sonetltt In Wasblntem. however, beg leave
as artery force for a defense. to diler with this analogy and point
The standing army. u asow s pos out that TIMden woa by no meaue a
embraces 40.06 odd ofedor sand men strange to national politles at the
Aad a third bill was latrdaead by tlmo he was proposed fthr til Pr|l.
Mr. Williams ripenllag al laws by do ey. as le governor H uwIg. but


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Ab A At'ftAm dk m.Ad. .Ak ftA, t ftftAM A A, ftA'. MSAS Al

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MMOAr.Aime @ ob
AND @ k#P A gg Prygg @@ W P 7M M.e
Until the dran on your r*yttnm produce permanent disaility. ,T' humlas
breathing machinery is a wonderful system of tubes and cells. T have good
btealtb it muat be kept in good order. A COLD tsonsderedof no Impor*
tsao. yet if it wae know by It's proper name of -thrat lnftmrlma.t
"reeng.tlen of the Its dangerous ohartr w ld be appr-
4 dt. When a cold makes Its appearame use at once aU, s 01"
S It which will AveMtme It.
WHOOlNIN COUGH and aOUP Require Prompt Action. SNOW
bINIMINT applied to t. throag and sheet 1ves wonderful relief. wbil
dkmrm fyV~I3 wil rn oerG the vToetof
0eout. IT IS TH ONLY 1 O91H RM1D1 I' AT" WI
*otm aMm n1va--r 1, 1 have sod ,m a ag
Borst= r I (A =6 gCIO
m fft M AIft bta s to ibedIt A OW sum

Thesl. MeobeuassmeIasse SeSr Ga mes""
SBallard Snow IAnimalt Co St. L0104 106

"w. M. JO r so s

which tantloiatl lank anminera areI that on their rointrary het was an emil-
coiipensiit them on1 regular .nlar') ior $:1,(l0 ipe'r twen A valued adviser of prominent
Raniumn, ----- IllhmtIrntu In iitonal office. lillt
A bill lhau Ih4wn litrodeui'ed by lie p $j|onsor, knew eacrtly whorm he stooxl
resentatlvo (SAl.-ii oif T eiin' se. to up anil) d 'could *alwk ileofnltely to those
Irolvrinat ai nuinlly, for three )niri, who dlid not know. Anid IIn the case
$3,04m), and theronfter $1,000 annually. of Mr. Clevelanuld they claim that he
tto t1 to the Iadies' Ih-'rrnitae' was vouched for by lMnle'l Manning,
Assoclatini for the pinreervation alid whereas Huhes< has no ono who can
naimlnte'ance of the, old home of An. stand sponsor for hint. e l ha tyro
drew Jnckiion, The llrmnillage. lPrel. In national politile and no nie is more
dent Roosevelt favors this meaIur curious as to where he stands on na-
and moade a reronmnndation similar tonal issues than the leaders of his
In elect In his annual mealage to own party. Therefore the Denonrata
Conreos. The HIermitage aitate con. are nensed that Hughes should be
tains about flvn hundred aremet and is llkened to these two prominent and
Nituated seven miles outsild of Nash. well known leaders of their party.
vales. ---- -----.

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Alttero of GOneral hInttrt Gath.
ered by Our Reporten.



,What Has Happened and What le
Going to Happen Told In Short Para.
graphs So That "He Who Runs May
Read" It ln The Sun.
Dromn 7lui~q DOdW Suint
Johnu Ambrose Is on a brief visit to
his mother at Waldo.
J. L. Shaw of Bellamy was trading
in the city yesterday.
Furman Y. Smith was nla the city
from Alachua yesterday.
Mr. and Mrm. James Chetaut of
Alarhua are in the city, guests of Mrs.
11. P. Jordan.
l'lh-ndls of Miss Willa Carter will

home recently vacated by H. A. Ford,
which was purchased by them. It is
anderutood that Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Mc-
Kinstry, Jr., will occupy the cottage
vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Arnold.
Fred Roux, who is attending a dent-
al college in Atlanta, Ga., returned to
that point Sunday, after a pleasant
vacation spent with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. T. Roux, in this city.
Friends of this young man' will be
pleased to learn that he is making
fine progress In the pursuit of his
The new furnace heater, Just in-
stalled at Holy Trinity church, was ap-
preciated by the congregation Sunday
evening, as it kept the building In a
most comfortable condition. This
heater is one of the most modern on
the market, being of the Peck.William.
son Company make. Those attending
Holy Trinity In future are assured of
the bett comfort, as far as tempera-
turo is concerned.
From lWVedneda's Da.U Sun:
J. A. J. Strickland of Hague was a
visitor to Gainesville yesterday.

DeLaa after visiting relatives toin
Micaopy and this city, have returned
to tneir home. Mr. and Mrs. Wideman
are well known here, the former hav-
ing been for many years principal of
We Gainesville Graded and High
School. "
Mrs. D. 0. Edwards left yesterday
for Micanopy, where she will spend
a few days with her mother, Mrs. J.
A. Edwards, who has been ill for some
time. Mrs. Edwards expects to bring
the patient to her home in Gainesville,
where she will have perfect care.
Friends of the patient will be glad
to learn that she is improving, after
this very serious illness.
The delay of the shipments of cigar
tobacco to this city, which have been
overdue for the past week or more,
caused the cigar Industry to lay idle
for a while here, with .the result that
the elgr makers have had plenty of
time to go fishing and hunting. But
the shipments have arrived now, and
the force of the La Matanzas Cigar
Faitory will .get.down to business
again this morning.
A-or Thursdaysv' DaLy WSun:
Andrew Feaster-of Rochelle was a
visitor to Gai nesville yesterday.
The Bishop-Hlarris Co. of Alachua
have 500 bushels of seed peanuts for
.J. D. Phillips of Fort White was
among those who spent yesterday in
this city.
Prof. Scott and party have returned
from a visit to Miami and other East
Coast points.
H. 8. Richardson of High Springs
was in town ye terday and dined with
his sister, Mrs. H. If. McCreary.
J. 8. Ricks and J. A. Ward of Bell
were in town yesterday on business
before the Unit, d States land office.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. T. 11. Ellis,
Jr., In Jackmonvlll, a fine baby girl.
Gainesville fri, ids extend congratula-
F. 8. Curl of Archer was in the city
yesterday. lite as accompanied by
ais nephew, Jew -e Harvey, of Williston,
who come to consult a dentist.
J. R. Smith, J. W. Drummond, A. W.
Smith, W. J. and L. J. Williams, all
prominent citizens of Trenton,. were
transacting business in the city yester-
Clyde Axline of Cincinnati was in
the city yesterday. Mr. Axllne owns
a handsome orange grove near Island
Grove, and makes his winter home
Chas. Johnston, for a long time a
resident of this city but now engaged
in the livery business at Daytona, was
visiting relatives and friends In this
city yesterday.
John G. [Da npier of Hlague, chair.
man of Inte Hoard of County Commis-
i4tlnI ,w iii 1in t I n il ..Ju.... u -

rgri tL to hlarn that she Is Indlpposed Frits Rosborough of Wind0sor II brought a load eo uyrui, which he di -
nt hre home th city, a guest of his brother, Daltun Ioed o i at go d prices.
1. '), and .I. Thomans of Wills. Rosborough. holl do it go, dp md
fo,:.l two u.e<.remitflil farmers, are in Arthur II. McClemnny, a well-known huaIrd uggrs honf Ald Iua the
final crooxf of his hometitrad in the
1l., ,t y on huillitcn s young man of Cadilllir, *il'iUt Monday tilted t. es land olce e''trrday.
S,4. for Haloa-Thoroughbreld itlrred li this city ou business. as did allo J ohnin ,aney of 11,,11 and
l';~'Vtiuth Itork g i(for hn1athinn; 1t Jeose VNaailanuinghami. a well-known James G; ~Sindlln of Fort White.
for 1'., $ f.r f ll0. Mrs. W. It l)reler. and popular planter of Mouteocha, was W. B. Itatton of Orangehurg, 8. C.,
* Ml. o ,ilpy, flrlii. t11r II n'l, ig In thel city yesterday.
1.. 4' M(e'h.gnniy went HiSunday to .1 II Sander, of Trenton. one of the,
'.o ;ae het r, lit .Wpolit till, day pl sy '\ 0 llikliown farm. r of the 'West End.,
I:,l"' %%iltlI Ilb. Imrint,. C'litala and I,6 t(t lilng in thei' city MImday.
I. t' II i, (''leih W \VS. ('arter of ,'nlrlbanks was
1'r ih u 1., l il t' t ah kil .... am a i a ... .a....... .

'I I.

1 %ec c': rc relian1t 1-f ('lar,
I ~ ~ ~ 1 Sen'I' i Ide ty with. friewim eI
!.ian Irc~t i a r mit-na ,rl v r-11i t e 'rhi'.I

ii litko scatiy trie'niolis ho area aI-

-'i' i i rcit r -. r, a-d fr4mt a
4'..4- 1 1ltolt ilifacrdtl arit their

it %%111Il Iw lvL c. 44111 tChat 1line'
'T f- ill Mth ti1ijstivig a 1:11M Crop
P. I % I ,,-r ni.ea t ,,- .% rey.

I &

Ia A yu'ste're!1m3 lmlng v-,'ine'Ito trad I .

of ~ %4 N iap A 11 a o m tngIhoc'.' w [it
1p. nat Mecnn.i).r In the c(ounity Zl..t rojt-

,~lAbiI a %%111 iloknewi farmer of`
Mnteortc'Im,%t4.a. a-' ionirg rhopta wl,)
etiniacto 0theic'i lil t' u ais trd n ile-
ulahir )411%11si I &I'A
\Vvqtettc & Roth. tit- nw nit re-himits.
tma 'ttnv Ivegmli IthuA itrrrt lit e.rtir'at in

a v. I theit' t tt:o k

~'K''I -. -.-. r Fi-Ii.,*ra son oit lmin. w,
111C III 1 1r, %l M i -llwgy. hA% Aarr!%o d in th,. cit
t 8% ld 11.t1:% Nirand enteredd !tho UDIvor-ttry for lbt'
I.- l~" ~ .ILlastoI t1*r1tilanecM ftho terma.

r m id M Y I t ~ ~ 4 A r t i ol d h a v e i l 1 -1 O h O l it A l t tW W II
od 1"Im 1 IT forlsor 4%oy M,#. s c'etod Ii n mriantlo 'lines huro. was a
K4tIbauhe t ~ ltebuotno"%i"i-tor tothis city oday

Mr And Mn-sl erry M ('olson have
rem~us'd ftum Ptti. Crwk. Mrb.
Me mthor tbecming t"co rld fur
Mr. Nsm tomain Wager in that
= Hs mnyfrko&dswill regv14
Mthat b# Is littl. impeovvd in
A- A. mcxae. lb. p'p~fwbrirha
ct Meotioesm. was inowwysterooay aMW
a&& The bS a pbaa~t rmml l*erv
P" P0 -e a A r 01 1asagss &&d gTW
mmdt M astil ate tiom is hkw tiSwu
Ithoug Gulf about baw a Ct" W
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Mr. SSMA um joa W~a

Small and LargeDeposts

tille -.1won, courtesy landelat-

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lul, e~chek '~ono O f tt
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has arrived In the city, Mr. Batton,
it Is understood, will be manager of
the Coca-Cola Bottling Works, which
it is understood will be started here
in a few days.
Mrs. C. B. Strouse left yesterday
for Bunkle, La., where she was called
on account of. the serious illness of
her father, Col. A. M. Hayes. It Is
to be hoped that she will find the con-
dition of tne patient much improved.
Strayed, from my farm west of
Alachua, one black mule mare, heavy
built, weight about 1,000 pounds; also
one horse mule, slender built, weight
about 1,000 pounds. Notify J. R.
Williams, Alachua, and receive re-
Miss Mary C. Evans of Louisville,
Ky., has arrived in the city on a visit
to her father, J. C. Evans. Miss
Evans spent the season in this city
two years ago, and made many friends
who will be delighted to meet her
Elias Thomas of Willeford was in
the city yesterday. He informs us
that the annual picnic in honor of his
mother's birthday, who hi the oldest
resident in the West End and whom
the people delight to honor, will be
given on May 2nd. Everybody in the
county is invited to be present.
W. Sole expects to open a clothing
and gents' furnishing store in this
city soon. and left yesterday for halti-
more and New York to select his
stock. His store will be located in
the National Bank block, on West
Main street, and he proposes to carry
an exclusive and up to-date line.
Dr. McKinstry reports tho condition
of Elmer MlcCreary, who is sifteriing
from typhiol fever contracted in Vir-
ginia, as very muiieh lii prn ed, and
hopes. that lit, will be able to s it up
ini about tinl days. Thi- i patient litis
retaineild his ,treiigth wlondetirfully, thp
iphy.::Iclan say. to ih ve 1,ii .lin ;al(ck
as hlie lia, arnd hai borne lhis conilline-
rient with great patience.
John Sauls and Jack Aliood, two
well-known andl popular young unia-
chlna.ts In tlie employ of the Atlantic
Coast line at Itigh Springs, were in
the city for a few hours yesterday.
aseiy were en rtoe t WValdq w here
they were going X attend tho district
meeting of the Kilghts of Pythias,
which was held there last night.
While here Mr. Sauls deposited a dol-
lar for renewal of his subscription to
Ihe Sun.
J. ,. Floulware of Hempstead. Tex.,
after several weeks' visit to relatives
and old friends here, which was his
former home, left yesterday for bls
Texas home. Mr. Iloulware is a man
of great magnetic power when it
cones to friendship., ns his disposi-

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Popular Young Man Secures Popular
Atlanta Lady as Life Partner.
The friends of G. II. Yancey, .r.
were surpried yesterday morning tit
receive a telegram announcing Ilh,
marriage to Miss Charm Oliver of A ,
lanta, Ga. The wedding was vi-r
quit, only the immediate relative.
and friends of the contracting parties.
lbing present. *
The bride is the only daughter of
A.Ir. J. G. Oliver, a very popular and
successful business man of Atlanta.
and is highly respected and loved by
all who know her.
The groom is the popular salesman
at the Baird Hardware Company, and
is a youhg business ipan of marked
ability and success, and has a most
delightful character, which has won
the admiration and esteem of many
friends. All of uia friends will coo
gratulate him most sincerely upon tho
Charm which he has chosen, for sbo
is liked and loved by all who have
hInd th itn 1sIa Ur ^ 16 1-- l -.

tion is so that none can help but ad. -, l,. sur of knowing er.
mire him. lie is a man of ilde judg- LEVY COUNTY OFFENDER&
ment. of good discretion, always will.-
Ing anid obliging, and his friends re- Were Arrested Here by Marshal Ar.
gret tIhat it I. necresary for him to now After Making Escape.
return to hi.s Western home, l. is a After having successfully made their
great sportsman. and while here on. tcapefrom Cedar Key. where it Is al-
Joyed several fine fov. and cat hunts Ilged they stole a quantity of fishing
I w th Sheriff F',n,. .ll d .,.i, ...h .... h.l.t

i ii -i- I i iIn in ii ln i t 1 4 14 l.. o, 11i| h1]
w 'rt alway..4 suicc,.ssful.


General Lee's Birthday to be Observed
Friday Evening.
The hillt .o uf Kirby Si.itb t'l:;iapt. r.
I'nlted Daughters of It Ci' n.fed. rac.

nets. Marshal henj T. Arnow arrested
IHenry and Jesse lisholi upon instruc-
tions from the authorities of Cedar

The authorities were notified that
the men were in jail, and Wednes-
day M-.r-hal R. R. Richard came for
them, taking them back on the evoe-
tiig train.

haivt d'lided to i llj i n -r on l, i l -
FridaV> e'venig,i thelI, 17th in-tt in miIriil A Prominent Visitor.
ory of the birthday of i.,, il Ithbt .\maoiy the visitors to this citf 9e-

E. IA This ,ent,'rt.nini.,,e t will be
held two d(lay i rla\::,e of tht, e,-nt,
on ac;iount of the I y occi.ringK
this year on Sund.a% TIe. rroiranr
as arranged by the tann, htw.
ever. lit completeI In eta ry ar, andt
will (ciuliorl.v, mluical and .\ ,al iFult,
tloion of the hilhe't order, hi ltiarr
bouind tou to ail, re-cated l' our peo-
T.-,re w:1ll I a small adm'OMIn f,-q.
charred! but the in roc(N d will co as a
b'i 'flt to the O)d SoldIlrs Hlome rTi
JackFcltille. and to the student schol.
arhipr at the l'nlversity
This will prove most ein)o:.-atlM
musical treat. and eve-rone to Gaines-
ill#e should attend

t..lrda was lion. T. P. Lloyd, a well-
known attorney Ao Inverness. Citrus
cr)Y.nty. aho ast here on bsilOess con-
nected awlth the I'ulted States land
police, and on other profemakmal apat
trs Co'ol Iloyd is a magnlijgat
gonillt.nilan of the old type. and on^
ahno it Id a ihleasure to meet. Al-
.i>q jOi .il willing and entertalaing.
t, il:r;,n mike' friends for him
lhher.*o.r he tarrie... iven for a few
mniornnts Hle has many friends tn
this city. rrincirally among whom is
Judge Horatio Davis, who regads
him very highly as a ana of high
character and Integrity
! ~

willme"to G"Oeinlew..

Dr U If.Dl'aasL-4 Archer spent ..A NS .
Tuesday in this city.bwa Coot
atm estorkbo nl gW@1n of --
th. GOai~v~le Naumw awk l WARTIK06MAsLC L
whIch be Is a director. He wvu.-W.3rY hf.-m oW
Oteeted AMa.a mmber of4e. sa orchardwh: itu'yW W

meat tobto ofi.eosw-ftU,. s 2x MAuth wws nowtyP0. 1-
abmty Dr Depaw it isOW ft OSU AW PO -amI
wvis rtmo. to Gbasuvil). va hIklSA

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