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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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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S n rn her gest n th (dors were taken
Iroff tlheu hngp e that In sa of acc TS G
dent e,,es"s could be ea-sly acco SIZ-

Henry W. Fisher, of Carlisle, Pa.,
SLbt nflw. ucIs the operator of the calcium i.ts Jaym hid Are Nw at a
whlob was the original cause of te
L. terrible disaster. made his escape from S C l
the burning building, though not with.
oMxt reefiving ever burns.
_. to the calcium light was caused by a
of erew Hae Touch d Almo tCacp onl one of the tanks on the cad-
u nre light blowing cut This caused a Itegnatlon of Cablet and Dissolution
Very Pamily in the Pennsylvania sharp report and a flash wileh startW eof Diet Seems To Be Only Solution

T ne tard the Sorrowatd oeo petle in the maohncse.
y d e rn ing "I stuck to my apiri nut and final. d Peeat Troubie-rmistl
hood-Oerer InveeJgsting. IF got the lm ri I, A' and succeeded Question Not Involved.
boy*rton. Ip., Jan. 16---Wcith the in quoleng the Tlari,,ti people. Just as . a
ai g woed ay of the tour impro. I had thbee clmd, O,, f.olih action 'nkloe Jan. lt,-An eua&tO predlc.
B mrpme anI werla the e of some fripoitet,.o piorsn .aho ties concerning the ,,hatt life ifo or
f the victims ofMonday night's stage cau.ti th,, uj,.ettlng of the font. the Maquis tlimnJlts ,ultetl eIs 1lu-
aster oolbi s, the inablitnts of light lamp .andt, o ,.mwqtuut spread possible. The ia bill t o ithe gov"
tUe boroIgh bloan to realnse of the fln ns. t nothing could eromed t to aveot a c: unt and the

n ithe bor ug began too r e l o t in a dtic wotii uila t m the oft l ahi n *It
e &wo "testeot he t tragedy avert. Nof n ti'l t1lirn did I doesr on iiatlyu f the mini-:,'r -it flnahcs
o ae illnd of borrow has touched m lY t o AMI Dd Illy own sg ety IIn and omnu:Silation h L. ,r,,gi a sit.
bAbly .vlpfr family i to town and fightt" Uftton app'hRom.ror chs ititeai panic.
"a ven those beat Inforn'.t aro unable
"M ^ Many Out.c Town Victims, to forecast,. %,h an)y 1-
Siomtene.That the ve E re not confined gree of certainty.
Where 1wlle were Inot directly af- to ro''ldent, otf, It ,4.,i was W hown A OW A, conut)sOtu of opine I to the ef.
ted by -the terrible panic and, fire by 1he nfl":t'- 'i u'ic.liamd team s In feet that t t, present't, elt their
Ikough hJo ss of relatives, they tle ('dbt %'I'"v tirty teams wih double ; efolios r tIs>ltsit) 0(f
me rning for lost friends or Ae- tainel ura'':t f, r lit the table On ditione r iu)wing the % tatIt ixts in
uaintaancl. The gruesomo scenes tol- Tue-1say ii'!, !- ;. ,'.tr said they be- the minltrieA in th Ii i. rlir and Jus.
ong the diasher bring a shudder to Io ed to I.)-'" raielding within a ptiCe, ~t1 1 a e the 1' iOpe
le stoatest heart and many of the raodiu of te ,o !is 2ile2a of Boy.r. o July 22.
ousanld who have como as uri. own, whoh ,i, tr t tn place on Mon. Situation Is. ry Grave.
ay seekers have gone ;way declare. day with il ei m oe to witness the
g they never want to witness anoth prodwi.h(n f ,-. '-4.ottih Reforma. %n effort i.L belig 3. a to tIl1 t,et,.
or sight like it. tion." r, r (,, o clew to the Idea. vacancies. leti there : a diflulty
the four building s used as orges tt. f thow number of the encountered in securliiK ti consent t)
.eon thde, sed a team, s statesmen to accept th. ..siol)nsbillt
acobtaipy U bods xa. under existing ctircutmsaIires.
Jacob Johnaa. who wa badly hurt Bearimng Up Bravely. The opposition and e.n the friends
In the ad rnsrh for exit from the oyioriown I-t, '!arng up bravely of the government ,are apparently de
touring building, died WednBeday under the hoavy tuIrden of or'Ot w termlaned to force the government to
scoring. Weroner TrMsserIs making which in strircken many homes. fev. appeal to the country. With an un-
&a lnvestlatlon prelimlnary to the enteen of the sictlmr resided iae unpopular budget, the ,oitltutilouallts
ocl lnquint. I row cf houses near the scene o the lack fte votes of as actual ma olty
"It was e asadest picture I ever dimster. It the lower house.
looked upon." he said. "No living By order fi thlit town burgess s6 Reltable authorltdi thi Uthe con.
por o can deoI i t the acene. e It was the mloonn In the town whict were situtliosAulst wil: trefute to aeept t
iplay Indonerlbable. I shall make a closed at S a m. Tutieday beouse of tovemrneat'as andnoal poIUey. when
dMPA1d IveTiatlKo leading t p I disorder among drunken men. will re- tbe budlt ft presented.
it I oaadetr the moet horrible at. main clowd until further notee. In thi eToat the cablsnt will re.
fir that ever occurred n eastern The noajori.y of the realdent are singn, the dt t will be dissolved and
PednMylvasla." staying In te'*Ir hatmes. The few the former budget will ooatlnue until
Had a Premonitonnito. that are wnilltg the streetar e s do. another cabinet Is f The oronra'. attention was caed Inge lst T t to the 0t tham oil lamaps were uaed -.- --- B" auch a method the eonDsteo*in
for foot4lbita Inthe opera house In the Ship Faced Storm: Mate Oromed. alltele may be in a poitsloa to appeal
place of statloaery Illumination. He Eianih '. .i CN., Jag. tl.- to the country, and say they awe ant
ard he would make a thorough in- .The .r ,,'- t: It l)aniels. Captain rasponalble for Prematir BasloJl's mi.
etieaUona. But two member of the undere. ,.r .,, in po..i Tbeaay at. takes They can also point to the
L so far as caa be learned were ternI liled. ml Ist due to the precau, Oqi vo),it ,,f -., ,%.n days from Wan voleng iImeresed taxloajn. l1h*e *us.
tion taken by Mrs. Detla Myer.. Se ch tto 1A,., Mxnn up PaM. p4nlon Of p1bde ,orks and the tn
&had4 premonition that something Io .u,! br'r ,h severe soam of erarlly beavy erips dttures for the
would happen. At a luncheon given lat Thier i ::i o 'pals-Iaad mate army.
to the members of the cast In the wer- k:<- k. i ,rltnoard. 'tbe mate. Due to Finanses?
town 1evoral days ao. she sOad she A'!en (;'.,i Avon. N. C.. wat It Is berved l,,it with suMhrb a po-
fiared somthIln. "'There ought to dri, I' t l ; t:aIn Satundars clung tosatlitn tth e rnBilei imnallists will .
Ie a measl of escape she said The the riv, , ,apd w without I, cure a Inajotity at the general nie -
1Var vatrance was mooken of and at sour ;I '.i, mate'p body ha tlins,. and that to rablint wil ibA
S. ~not y' .w ,Ted formed by Marqui. atsaura. too ex
IOP.GH -- O",,- *premier, or poMi;.;s by Adlmiral 1r.
I Third Receier for 8 4ab Urd. |on ; .: i r -ra. o. The latter. ,

B'Ve,'7E" rtwill Be Mans to Prevent Rl"t*I\c a.1.-alll averrt~t~)t~
Utailtlen of 90RkvwenL I ((if !R.A ltleib. N. C IsTh 110 itt') t to 4611M shtthat the
"441' bik, PSam. ).-AWvery effort I wan Tim I.NA!,"0010 a ppinted a P *wmt i~tuatonis due Pentiely hi
,"III be me"oby lSe memboersof terocelter -,! I'- gosboa Ar LAmtUete Onalkawl~1priabl.-rr, Tb. Imulgr
tINOtiork 'ymmlofentontohee c~lntotheRaiia-a' CoII,o.VeYby Judgs Prlteb-'titusqueo*tio sati. 'utety usfested,
"illDU Gakbsociftofthe Ilseant te .aid, I~IeveINIarell. Mr. Demnme, and Uh ad notngto -*q with hastoting
estraditiftofa wls, oI& f JoanJanol atorflOw '..; eIand joine Moosrs.,a ftazC110. It Is be pwed *a all .14.
*'oiirfnV6w V"wa re aed last we ar lIeft-r I Williams 51at coa -*--at the lastwgrallt I quaines that
"S ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~0 P Opaa fteRssa o-~44.a h %fessire. I!St *lneif sit' WUI sAineila00a1 CAMAada wiI-
6014FI geea.caGedV wi,.ha seriresof IRr"U4? A' 1 BYrne, cOunselfor eslidAleby I at tc
robjerl"naI dW*N in Ressta. YqCt5E f-.j p' roo~t. Afiather ilk o.preset critics, altut"SOsjewel-
i'O0MWO3 'asimenast Is theretrov .'t-r.tmeree a Pet. thbe la.UwtjT' qsom I loc aoedU
"'4.'101naFY winsuit I OMISana~d ~'f e our Vk cadMr, beets burdip mentl.'
bm &toguve ftsUA% oun W arol I IaweAn IS14.,~llg ftern e aOf the #Its&
'r*j16,havfng been. in'New rm1Uk,. l~rVA: msbIneseeIN
1t1e4cmmerCilal" 4a eIs it. pellet**.
ork in da moets. Tale ee with SiOk"y@e". I at apas
4601rboe Ie m eroluioaary a&WWI zh .- .'J" N.-T e
!kf' booners a atie V ASIsa ngo, t~ft12.- 'A lttrlk)%aQrfe 6 mama" Fell from 10Bor"@ S "si ellk
f ghsgiggametkarreVoiutleafts nr! A U. '. 1-f wbIJh opened U115, ssl s a. A.Jar. 34.-4448 M.
*Vp'alsto Russia. bto aem~p'jsg 1.10 bwT fl -1 A, r 'aj (4w.vit~e#Abm 6016Km. wMafthigwl ss'ptls-05f0114 p 181 eAt
or t Athe fusidwanfrom Ru.- dk Y a okW momNUtag a& 6i. bet. b k" hlblos 0o11

IA. wit, V" toawry aslte move, b",. '.. Vlthe TIMlekywV whi&" hWdlag a a tUan WSl b"4
"tb eo esk 10melsTb* &w~o U- *I A~~*1O slaes 0(iTIsahe f1toamre bm;Isebi go hn

ItV th mq p -W W 4P LA. ng "Al tot dini mthe jum gfai aanmv. UaSWsUwe

~ite toah d hme W s 6aers #rook Tftvoo i..
~SISIs to Wiselarl Pal-s JA 3 w 4 I Ug SeSoetS2% W)I Se am i
% f pw" -mife d to was v-a wd tr ito,* b7 00 --,_ d 0 SamI %fW
Reat 011L.0 hefftUmeqAWo t&* k* o it, ;&beto the kM do*JA b"
~~ 1m11111 b 6110d. It1 kslotse 0,M0 Nowleq p you$5p W as so tawe to
Iss Is so a 1 Io b ble ~ pfr-ip~lawnd softW S as --Fhmd the rw
bl"N OW &V #VOWSuinhthe wasfsried&I hict 111SW -W- 011001smth
bl6418p%.yes drw neof *00" aW 11110 t

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Industrial Conditions In Georgia and
Alabamai Promising.I
%'Iumbus, Ga.. Jan. 16-Reports for,
the past seven days reflect prnsegrous
and pronv~luingIrifttrala) conditions
In (1lMorgia and Alabama.I
CA~mParittively few manufactarlng,
plants In theme two states suspended
operations b~oatise of the. recent
firtancial .tringtenry, hui those which~
dhl aro reasunfing operations, anti. In
$onto Instanvese, with larper forcesa
than before.
Macny Intitititr~al plant. antinouce
thatL oreie'rp are be'ginnlng to so recel v-1
ed In lno~rva,,aluig volitme. It IN AtM*-

NVM- Sttee ~l voi;%ribtst ion 14 planning
Ov on "14 1 ro ve't -nt- % @I ~i'.t vo 141tni~et, it to
I hi itircsulngbsats ei i die. Minksuk hai o
be-t 'ii ie'l.krI i i ing rt-ds of from'ut 1ti
p e'r vent. In t he cities tit O~t~ria
and A14!%anis, enl. it; l N usle' Rsm(1ia.
11ao ai r. rahtllt3 )re'tliring the' corttfl.
caf4 41(h hoy ki-ml, 'aet'T illIin tornt
of tle'srn ei ii'' tll of Go e ceriiflcates
hav' be ht-4rk roalied. ('41ohteie'ueeba
lE4Itoon rf-it ret The' fout kl~shit no~t
mily bIv hrtti?, utt I he-seo nrs~,io witi.n
tia p5 iItmite.' of to en arl'aller prettver.
Ityu uumn a ba i, *9bilo than that
a hle-h pre'viotias.y pit-vale'd.


Prohibition Forces Win in the Louie-
lana City.
LtreNv'port,. 1Jan 1. --After
one of tle n)t it'iinuotis and escie-
lg cainpilan on tire.ord, ihreveport
was carried In favor of prohibition
Immediately on the result becoming
known those "tu led the fight fir'
prohibition lausehed a campsain for
stale prohibltion, It being their Inten-
tion lo earry the ooateat 1) the Wes.a
lettire, whtch assemble In May.
According to unoflelal returns from
every precinet Ia the parlih of Cad*
do, the majority for prohibitilo was
41. nl tae tly proper there was a
majority of 3"0 against proalbition.
but the country preltsnt overmeme
this majority. An Ihusually heavy
vote was polled. iJ
It is almotl certain that thk election
will be eootested ia the Aurt o n ev.
oral Imrunda. the roost important of
which Is the claim that tke waralnat
issued by the campaign comlittes on
both sides that the negarue would not
hi permitted to vote was an Inilmtlela
lion of voters anid ruake the ePirtlon
illegal Prohibition I to gd.) Into of.
feet Jan 1. 09.


Will Undoubteodly Lead the Oppeslag
Peesoc In In$.
Waiet'inxitn. Jsan 16 liryam sarl
TUaI wiillh-.'he o mines of the 40m,
1rallk eutSldr..jiituhiran Parrirew. accord
lng to the,'%knw of the rtPr..elntatlves

Ilia tivin,n're of tlie. kewer bhouse.
whoa are suP$osed te. bm In flowe
tim-s wriatch tVie Vp~s than the august
itpler bedv, warei p.114 Tuesifay as
Mie ea?.jwet 'if their nladiliual prefer-t
61ces fur lester. Io the matiosa I go
ahle% to)opt being cstervolupon. Mm*e
tbaa 04. bell the reputalkeas shoes 1g
Pressed therneIrse v we sfor theb15 l
tpitr-oeutry 0 wnar Nearly two tbil?4
of the, 4emtewrate w*to for tU. Vebru.
struckseWeith Settle, IF* Purt OW,
sawasus?. (00 ,Jam. to4-c Io
rb'so.' m-0 44'1 P-9 NkoM Ogersiaset1
~ ."f 10*1city, wall Aeaw.
wo'-a isk' In hev Aftestee,)io-
NY I '.v q "ion, as Fellwas O*ek4 0

~ ~ & put "mi.t 516 m~wtadhe U1,'
beS rvqveem','rto 9. 'hbowp4al. Mr.
Pvree.'t In go .!kow*11 1,1thue16bmbe the4
Own. %emus* at Ilia PRemleeineal I

,, la ~ ime.vp* 0rse*L5*ieof fewoo

1 te ls, asp 14,4 so $de* .
" farm.65tC' CsLedto do 8060" a

aWN iammrpellabet e5*

'TuealIsw.or ASe dof
moon y e3.~


l -Amm od o~

I n Comm.


Governor An-ell's Ma t W. RMW
In Both Housee-.t Da lt La&gr
with the Railroad Atuatlon In tht
Stat.- Prohibition Conasldkro

('olunibl|, S. C,. Jan. IO.-ThO
South t'aAMiSa petnoral asoeombly o*
ven.,I herer Tuesulay ant-will xntalkauve
In INl.iUn for forty day)'a.
After the ruutitto buslnes of the
opotilng day, the message of Ooves
nor Ani'l was reald In both h ouas.
The following reference was made
to t he r.alrmad sltuallton
"Whic lt, Iesr states hae n bad MllU
litlgation with reference to mrilrcod
pas-enxer rate's during the past year,
Soiith t arolina has been free feroM
this charlie-ir of litiglatlon. and I
glad to re',lrt to you that In a roafe .
eace hadI w'th the preoldent and ot e
reprow itaIia of the Ituthoran rail*
way, thlte' tated ito me that Mn or
atmiut ithie l otf April, 1908, they will
put ein a flat pas"naeor rate of 9%
rentm per mile. and will sell mileage
th.k ?t at I and4 14 costa per mile Il
this -t4at,. I have a letter to thidef-
fact from Protidest inleoy, a osp
t wrich I will place aIn your M66
with a ap cial aNsagse on the @a0l1i,
setting forth teit whole plaa." f
Uovern)r Ajnel la hIs message, as
attention to the labor eoatruii 'Wi
having been declared tSoonfltiittlal,
sad urges the g*tral asmemily to
pese a measure tat will do jueltle
both landlord and laborer ard pawene
mor severee puaabasmet both a r lMid
lord and laborer whea a eaosreet It
ProhlblttloP. the life law auM e
railroads win be the .lef tpone i
dib-uadon at the present satoe,

U-A 1.LAN S.

Annual Meeting Is Held at Va14dele
and 0 "ere elected.
Valdosta. Ia. JaM. .l.-"Iie Ia
Island ('Ctto i rowers' soasetatei of
fleaorla and Plorida bad Itt asaatl
meeting tore Theaday and aasm the*
stt Importeat balasee was the rc
eevlsag of the report from te aags
mittoe wllah laa e A a diamkage
with repreeiUvm of the JakSta".
tlle board At trade as e ,S pI a
warehou"Il aad holdisa the Itoes

The enolsaltt-'a rtsoinameiieklle
wblIh was aaanlminoly adopted, wa
as follkwes "We retonImeI the
form latoco ef aa lasorpoeMlls hd
Onre of a **e4 Iaad Cotto4 Warebe.s,
Irn aa4lftind0Ingf amsteay, 06 b bdi
starters la JacamnV l ,le. Pl.. iti
rapltal stawk of at .00 l e
bight I*0 i**,*s It to 1.00M,01.*
The etewlrac of m Iewr relNmt
fio6* her the assoeiastl o r thW
ieat year: Harvie Jordua, gsph
lest; J T Pric. Al thaes. ift.. ie
preldeatA. P 0 Se.baI l. **eratay;
I. Y Hlil'*. treeoer.

S*y a Killed by H i ethie.
V`a1mea. a0., Je. lS.-1iea1s
uee. the ala,sr-old o ef M. A.
sae, of OtelsP, died hawe of a s
ot Vowed recedivd aseldeeily at the
hwds of ffi eleeyearetd beosb.
r. 3ra m as. The oldeet Sep heb
he weaspa sad rslise It to ashit at
i hbaw, but 1o1r ik ,,a t keeo that
It polsied direetly a& bla brlter The
repo *ast 4aearrt. sat4.tag the
bds right leg bess low he mee.
Whei he ree4a the l ePLt 6 09 e libe
ree tle wek tto s4erau as opaeP
tI aid dide n beer later
u.der Passle Pef*e.
Wwi Twe Ma.e 14 -AaMot g

Is asseess a ar tm
Illsh inae, a wealy p-a3 ea

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Will Attenj Anauiul dstia A
Federation'of Labor ib Style.



They Will Represent Sy Brnmah of
Industry, ShowlNfIg P"aW ReprO*-
sentation of' e Varioe s a ie ofq
the tate-A Pe Program. -
ibhe Tampsa e1" o to the Stato
Federation of 1or, which wil tobe
boeld to this city for Ihree or four days,
beginning on the 21st Inst., appepor
lo be coming In great s(yle, as Tamps
p=o always do. The Tampa Trib.
S i- y that arrangsm ts have boee
fde tor a speal car, and the Tampa
l "egatsu prepa. to mak the trip
Style." This dolegatlon will come
wer the Atla tle st Line. reaching
ne oo the af4rnoo of January 21. -
In ref arri to the matter, The
^ Tribune says:
"ArrangEeaita have btn made by
the Tamap delegation to the annual
;- Ueltnig of "(he Btte Federation of
. t4abo, which will occur at Oalnesville
, 'lBu1ary II. to make the trip 'In style,'
6 special car having boon secured
I om the Coast Line for the occasion.
'The car will be appropriately deco-
o. rated, and people living along the
I' route will be made to know that Tam-
pa Is the biggest anil best city In Plor-
SIda. The car will be decorated next
"Will Campbell, of the carpenter's
i ilon leaves for alinevlille Wednes-
day, In order to assist l'arranging for
e convention, and Seeretary J. A.
Roberta will In all probability leave
S advance of the delegation also. The
Seal delegation ls regarded as the
'si t restt ever sent to a Florida Feder.
W aon meeting."
Hundreds of delegates are exMt-
a4 M this t convention from every
S on' of the State. representing all
ranch e of labor. and It la expected
1W this will be one of the most uoo.
*eaiehl amelneg the Federation has
ever held.



This woman says Lydia IC
Inakbhn'sa Veetable Compomnd
saved her lft. ead her letter.
Mrs. T. C. Wtladsen, of Manniag,
Iowa, writes to Mr. Pinkham:
111 can truly say that Lydia Pink-
ham'a Ve eptable Compound saved my
life, and cannot express my rtitd
to you la words. For yea It suffered
with the worst forms of female eo.-
plalita, 6outinukily doctorlug anad
spending lots of money for mledione
without help. I wrote you for advice,
followed It as diretel,. and took Lydit
E. Plukham's Vegetable Compound and
it hu restored me to perfect health.
Had it not tben for mou I should have
been nla my grave to-ay. I wlh every
suffering woman would try It."
_.r thirty years Lytlfa K Pink.
hamn's Vfegtailel Conmilnrd, made
front roota 1nid herbs, lI Been the
standard rmiivdy for female illi,
atnd Ihlw pom'Llvely cmred t (! i .sands fn
Women wl4tave t1en trtil(.ld with
displ.kem mrnt, inflamtnmation, ulcern.
tion, fibroidl tur; ,rs, hirre i'.lritieN,
peruidic vilts, 1tar:. he thi;l lar.
Iig.-down feelhiur, flattulncy, ndiges.
tlin, (d I/i'w!,or Inrvous p"rstration.
Whyl don't you try It?
Mrs. Pinkham invl's all sFick
women to write her for aulvihe.
She Lhaa ulded thousands to
health. 1dres, Lynn$, 31 ..

A Freneo Adage and the incident Upon
Whish it Rests.
The "coup de Jarnac" has become a
Preach proverb, and It serves to dis-
tiagsflh a atroke as deelsve as t-
foreoen which atervenes for thim eet
lem -nt of any affair. The adale rests
upon an IAideat ia the life of Ot
Chabot o Ne res de Jarmae, a noble
of the eort of IPraeis L The lie pass-

A Doete.rSys It Can Osly Be Ob
tai4ned by Carrying the Body tightL
The bwnsoody Is acbine-n ma-
elOei In e II pc n not uni ::e a
watch. If 1Ou bAd the Watch iCltly
0yo displace Its parts (If ori-aus. If you
please), aI lthen the watch Will nt g
The amtrn Is true of man, In his
body every organ has Its plfte. If him
body 1i bent some or all of his vltnl
orgapa are displaced. They (tnSxiot per-
form their work, and the manp. lie the
watch. is out of order. .
"How ma0 y of us are llto that'
*ell. In an examination covering sev-
eral thousand pFiple lJfoun4 Ie. thas
one In bitcdred who was right Nine-
ty-alue people out of a hundred have
displaced organm.
I muy add that I have never found
disease In any organ that was habitual-
ly carried In Its normnl place. The or-
gan always becomes displaced before
It becomes diseased.
And what II the cause of this unil-
versal displacement? In a word. the
cause is a bad method of holding the
body Ia standlg in ittlng, walking
about and lying down. The trunk Is
merely a flexible, hollow cylinder in-
side of which the organs are supported.
each in Its place. When. however, the
body Is bent and collapsed, is iI Imost
people, the organs drop out of their
places nd are crowded against each
other. They are then unable to do their
work, and thus they lbeoite disemied.
Every case of chronic lndigestlon
which I have ever extinulied has h'ld a
stomach that was lunglrig from two to
five Inclhes b ler timi han It right plitloi
-a conldltlon k' to tImdlletl men ni
And the rnre n.iin whob olds bhl
body aright In stnu-illig. walking or pit-
ing. subch a Iiit a n ilwaysa ts nn of
lower. ('rotiwvl wv.n' a man of thloi
type. Sto were Nuapoleonu 'Wasilngtou
aiol Ilt'ntarek.
"Anmlijow Ohiill I refstre uy origns
to proper Ipoilt,.''" anl:s ome of the
By r dleveJplin. t'' loly that It Is
at all tin'i erect. up!ifted and expatfd-
ed. Tlils wil! r,..v ,".Kx I r.,at Into the
position In whlhin It eIt l id, lt beat
work. A glance t the pictures of the
men I have mneloniled will okow yon
what I menn.
As to practlel smethods, ta:ke the fol-
lowing exercise for five minqtese our
or five tlssm, a dny:
Place the feet together, arm sat sides,
bend beck. ebhet p anl forward. ab-
domen In. kunefte lok. weight on balls
of f@et-"tlWhi ,Sltiun f A oldltr."
Th.row thaV ..l.hl. as far ' ...v m.

ed hetwe himle ad I Obhatelerale, you can. Ilol@ the ll,,n n fnm half
Hawthorn, Jan. ll.-H. C. Barnett tho dauphi' tyravritl. KItg FanI you c n.:le, the podtlnx. iepet half
t1s sold hhi part of the mnerantleo however forbade the dueL At toheoe. eerlse frm I 'nut t s.wee t tne .
M ausins of the Arm of Webb & Bar. ce o of H Ienry I. the old quarrel Add o t ra1onable halIts of l. v
lt to A. IL Webb. was revived. the overdue duel wasI anA d in thlrea' monttable ha will hsof
F. 3. Hammond Is again doing bail- o on t0 platiaof at. Omalna Inadin thr mout re will haves
J. Hammond Is ain doing sbul.vth all the toaIty of the aenau goue far toward galnigl the p*,e of
sees where his store was destroyed uidti all the mld i t power.--[r I.tson in C'hhang Journal.
a te ago. Mr. Hamand dlelal eombats and tno the ass e
m e time ao. Mr. Hammod t the whetie court. Jarmse was weetk-
pects to put In a firstolass stock of samd O agile than his adversary. r Over Sixty Yeare
o who was e thie acted wedssm Mrs. WInslow's Soothing Syrup has
SMtiss Grace MeOlanes. a popular of the tima, but he had taken lamso be used for children's teething. It
young lady of the Jansor High school. frm an Italls bravo la the deel sathea the child, soften the umas
hU gone to Mclntoah ou a visit to Jame walled ft as openag and al ys all pain. wea wind collc aand
w sister. th .deal l .AeCatemiS whra bea ttothe best remedy for diartboea.
We are glad to may that Miss Mil. tr1 m. $Mis was ta 1447. T m
dried Johneon Is well of the mumps. eam later Jarna was a captata to Sentenced for Third Time.
aad Isto aga able to take -er after- lse efetee of St. Quentin. Iveptual- Bavlznrh,. (a.. Jan. Ir;.-WIlllt
soom drives. / ly he met hbit fate a a duel. Bt the Roger., a wb'oe nran. wa4 TiJeaday-
Robt. Baker made a flying trip to O"oup de Jarne" to ishtorkc ia the asn* eatenced for tbe t'lrd tlwe to be
Rochelle lat Tuesday. sal of sword play.-Argonaut. anngd fr 'he murder of h!s wifc
......i * last pte0 ,,.r The date of the e'x
Willie Morrison. a popular young last Spfitmwr The date of the ex
man of Hawthorn, lefto Soptljmomingo BEWAlE OP PHYSIC. ecution x:v a tt for February 11.
Ran of Hawthorn. left Suadar morning
tor Jakoaonvllle. Only Aggravates Stomach Trouble and Disturbed the Congregation.
Jote Holder haa gone to S Leo to Never Cures. The person who disturbed the con.
attend ooll-e. Mr. Sioldw will he
Mgeatly im)s by his any latildsd The trouble with most people who gregation last Sunday by odbtlnually ;
have stomach trouble is that they do coughlag In requested to buy a bottle'
The many friends of Otto Stoct will not like to take the time to get cured. of Foley's lioney and Tar. J. W. MNo.
e glad to know that be s about well they overeat and then take phy ir. Collum & Co
of the Isl grpt. whikh simply upsets the stomach and ----
The Cetral Houae is well flled Never cur. Escaped Murderer Capturld.
with boiaroer at preo1et. While relief follows o The triads of Miss Clara dhanran tIdes of Mloaa stomach tablets, sh. i:er .t','ne rof '4f dest for mnur-
will be sorry to lea of hbet lleeia. ehmchroalic and kmlgstalnding c* need,' l'.ttn r..i-",. nvet,. ar *-Ino btrke
C. r. Morrlamn. a puiular yuu man. at lst two or thr weeks' tre t. 't MA .1 ca
to clerktng fur A. I. Webb. mnt before the sick headachesr disy at ('str. lA.
Mr. Oay arrived home Wedaesday pells, bloating, heartburn. cotip -pa-
froa Rochelle, where he la employed tn. nervounesme sad other symp PILIS CURIOD IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
tIs the mill of Kelley & B S ti that d41t teslt from adi-, PAZO 7 INT.11LST Is gtarantred to
Mrs. 0. Adolphus left last Thbre gittso are baniahed ever to return cure any canq o Itching. Blind. l ltd.
day for Athlnta. Oa She hau be** In Mto4 is entirely dterept tIng orr l'rotruding Pite l I to 14 days
Florna on visit l' e l dinary stomach remedina It Is or mouer refnded. Soe.
Mrs. James Cnruby left Thursday bhrf e s. t. umulaUng the
rT ltnelktn She has bea n o ast'ao ttis wt digestive Jutes and .Mees. n1e,1sry
villt to her muothr. Mrs, Strange. tragieals tINhe stomhk n that it A a'wvlwau a '. twlkmnl t to a,I.
cam---- d Itspo"er o"work. but t1*- 'al wmarriet a r. i,
So t. pa Ilel.h atit.-1? %1.t# .eh r fnrt t thirt* .'!.
It tI swed1 t .1, .t so.-nr. eo tte W, evy S0e4t soe atmof Is J.ailh l t, nra s.. n ,rul fer y the w!
a 'v of ~, r ,..' hat i u. n the ,W.M1ofa 0& ( give their guaral- 0 5j# J."s ttir bed ty a |at
w aht'rhlate1 t : ." Af the i tt., .' to r the mo er uales e st e it ult' 4 to f and gave an .-
qw is I the !141i .AtI.1t,- hse A p r'ty lr iry lMure
ttr" about > tath. Itey I~N-ieve that 'h "-tIw be *Fol III I a r
ttP to ua a m f h the smew gu-r nmeIs e Caet-th e Trel. aellt thi s-.t. ke. t
tlbri, 'b tns Ias shtllug tbrligtly are! A ph-yvu!aa sa%. ePrty rag atI a 'Jee "st the woaaan. tur1n111 to
Itrasho rtid traigh aasy to a heivt,4. e*nv r ll re Ue uttly It to a erteli hetr ,mra:.. 'e Ithe Bs yft"r ioas.
at *. frnl wat lj tout feet le ty--tgmvUe ('uert.Jeuml r fa naOn I 4'We Wsa rm",Bewer tL"
da.ti ito >' t they f u& may wade d .. ..
b41'! t'.'usev %s to all ieternlty. OS
the o1 r ida tetase w ho reetlve M t*a.
eal ,atb Is beers at daitaeas O 0 o el M cred
oeut #,-,. G a eimi*le" a wO e M>. IaS*

66fto &ablegm Mi A&SAM 7004iam-A.-

~iAEv t~H

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Young Man with New Theory Is Anntdh.

Successful.In MineapB

The Nemarkale sesem that has ab
tended I T. peer during the pa
Y eear ed to nSy a
at, tI so a Widespread that the
7L tagaan is now welsmown tfgre

ah mto the odato for motiest 0

health, ad dalams that his prepare.
Eton, by telaoi the stomach, is a
true vpecM tofr most diasaia. The
tollowi extract from the TrUne of
MInneapis gva ves maM of theo sa
prisnla number ea pple who are'lo.
cepttag CooperI thery, The article
wMaM ne of aa tt appeaSea doarti
Coope '" stay is MltaMapol sad Is M
"Th sale a opr' preparaton
Is now phno naal In this city, and
aa estimate made today seem- to Ind-
cate beyond al doubt that It will equal
the large wgures reported from Pitta.

burg dorlag the thirty dsa Oop
a ernat a thst dity.
I* W E t pdo P"
Mr. Cooper has bee a uspa.
the male I h is. av
About two .day.

twenty 4 a e Oatne tdMM
bottim u hu madae Is Mmth o
tarkah I"et
IDErft.tbo wesI sI amy hum.
deedra -m hae been
calling to than oop r the good

visit will loa- be me-ei i -y the
ick oft tey.
tion which has made & recod
-J. W.eMeOo m or

Portable Saw,
Mill Outfits

ENGINAS and BOs1I &ad all
kinds of Machinery a I Ul Sup.
:.'it. \e carry A lag" tack d and can make immediate ihip, nt./Write for
illustrated catioog i 4. We can nave you money. AdrcMs

I A .L. S B-Y-

11 South Forsythi Stweet.


ABSTRACT _8_IALTY _0.__ ""_
SE. E. VOYLE, ,r

A lItrascM of Title and fuUl Inforation turnlmhed regarding leads ID the e aowts. O
mkn.aigr bha Uved In this county 34 Feam and lt tborougkly conversat lth w lead mMM.

- --IeesDUnS a number of prominent Americas n d lbthb oonpetle.-
Real Estate and City Loans. :.: AINESVILLE, FLA.

SIf1 You Are Insured., th

'u a Compans that ias hIe. uaible, Have a Puolicy Orret
SWten With Llberalit 01 'oIhey Coatrast and the opat
*aje Liunn Promptly

.You Arie Assured ,

That o serious l o ea overcome you without No ava e a

S fire, Life, Accidell and ealOi Iusumn
No bat BRelhable Comiaaik ie g reeat-d. 0

SInlornoa heerftlly IftIed. OAINF.SVILL1EIIrDA


Every Machinm

Litee khft? Lht*, Rasitag! ,The
Samples peed Wm. rit0er the Wfb
v- Mo ray.fitm a
** a la l as y *Ot i *faOhl"

.... orFlae h....

.I C. DAIT & CO.,

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" fDAIrY SUN: S f

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Btlig f tr Steetlon of Offisers
Lswly Attendd.
a gges mestag of J. J. FPnley
U. D. 0., was held Thursday
pon ot omfmers and reading
l p eat ar. The attendance
losw sa*gMrs. .K. Broome de-
Sall with delicious refresh-
rve by Miws ElU Walker
le Ma Martlte Stringftellow.
was with nrert that the chapter
the reeslnatlon of the see-
le*redemt, Mrs. T. W, Shands,
owig to slckeus, declined re-

tolUowlag ofeers were unani-
eleledo : Mnr John M. Tay-
Ipr ident; Mrs. J. L. Kelley, first
kt; Mrs. J. W. Patton, see-.
viceipresddeat; Misas M. String.
w, roordtIg secretary; Mrs. 0. K.
corresponding secretary;
J. L. Meolin treasurer, and Mrs.
M. Rivers, registrar.


erg -Elected for the Ensuing
Year on Thursday.
Kirby Smith Chapter, IT. I). C., held
large and enthusiastic meeting at
residence of Mrs. J. M. Graham
m Thursday afternoon, It being the
igular annual meeting for election of
Mcers, which resulted as follows:
President, Mrs. J. E. Wainwright;
First Vice-President, Mrs. A. W. Tay-
6ri Second Vice-President. Mrs. A.
1. Oliver; Recording Secretary, Mrs.
brans Halle? Corresponding Secro-
ary, Mrs. J. R. Merchant; Treasurer.
Irs. H. H. McCreary; Registrar, Mrs.
. R. Emerson; Historian, Mrs. I. WV.
ackson: Aslastant Historian,
rene McCreary.
Kirby Smith Chapter enters t uipon
he new year determined to continue
he charitable, educational andl lhitori-
al work with the mnie vigor that
as characterized their effurts in the

Death aw Waldo
Information has been received in
his city of the death of Joseph God-
ey, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Godbey,
rhich occurred at his home lit

Valdo Wednesday
Deceased was
ears of age, and


Musicale Tonight at Opera Housby
Best Local Talent.
Following Isa the iro0rsnm of the
musical to be given at the< opera
nouse tonight comnlniin ti:ih ,, of the
birthday of the great ;atr. 'ir a;.d sol-
dier, General Itobl t E. I,',
Part I.
Instrumental Solo--' T'e 1. .t Idea of
Weber" ..............Cramer.
Miss Alice r Thonus.
Vocal Duet-'See the I'.Id .t( on"
................... (':uam piuna.
Miss Zeigler andl (;oxle.
Vocal Solo---"Roberto to lche adoro"
...... ........... . 1oM yerbeer.
Mrs. C. E. huiihant.
Instrumental Solo M-!tzurka Itrill-
lante" ............ \\ollnhaup.
M.iss Edhldi
Vocal Solo-"1'T Nivh, .
. . ........ \\'.'ut helr!/.Zardo.
Mrs. \W 8 'rile'
Vocal Solo-"T'l', \;., : ,lcls Song"
............... K: Nevin.
M i :. /,. '
Recitatiton-"Khil 'r,,' n I'p,"

Part II.
Instrumental i i .\rlue "
.... . 1' I' ff rkurn.
l i i.- l Ch!: i ,; l.
Vocal Solo -- l. lrn."
. . .. . '< '. ln c'hl .'r.

Vocal Solo --I ;. 1 \ l t!., swe1 t
Drams.". ... .1 Hi;choff.
M1 r ',, !, .


. ;- i ,

\\ ii Nt h I iii gr.

(icC lift 1..

Vocalsl 8e .l o \l,' ci h's .ci ti

lu tI-1I I it -. k I

1; '4)f1Niglht-
Il ENuvi~n.

4At'c ~ ~ ~ i lil1i' I i le iia


morning. Hupter & Oliver Purchased Graham
about twenty,' o Farm, West of Gainesville.

had been u;ufferhig

rom consumption for some tini.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Gx(;bey
sympathise with them very in
Ibe loss of their son.

A Card.
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money if
Poley's Honey and Tar fails to cure
your cough or cold. It stops the cough.
heals the lungs and prevents serious
results from a cold. Cures la grippe
coughs and prventa pneumonia and
consumption. Contains no opiates.
The genuine Is In a yellow'package.
Refuse substitutes. J. W. McCollum

k Pointed


May we figure on frnish-
ing your hanuihinp?


OCe ic't fthe itm t i:j-cs-sat tratimferm
(if (ariallrotalce'*! iit cd-Ili thi*soctioln
for sonv ic'S s, Aa, t .,, t purchas~5e ftrosm
the' Firift Nae Ciont.c KinIeck, asi agonit. of
tU.41 fanaccal ra nc isii, Icacated
abdi4Jt tb i l fi:. tte-l if tit llccity.
This fa rat eci ,'H'4:..?' aerre's of ax
fer-ttile' lasci t- 1 c .cI,--'fesisind In.the'
.5 itt v ic'. o et I,* undere.fe'n'e'.
blit oe l)at l i'c ii '4 V.- r 1leIv j'd.
If illites A ci %011) eAre' uji-111dati'
%N111 low il *I r c'ratiech fit ac.
tot jr C.1i;eA'''i ~r tieir Iiievr)
stak 'I I '. -%e'itits td% lourcbaP44 cI
itfc'uni'lti .. 45I tick htcrkeehcrwi.'
useil l'(-I ~ lii. th~ p ronti

Un w r',ty Notes.

YIam. i A

i lii
tu. A'
nerio of

(-I .!.t i w4 k % i 11, ,i

tLOrf JARYfi7 1.0__ _____' ..._

When you buy Lard you get ore than

you bargain for-It's heavir m

your stomach than on the scales

Lard is a foe to digestion. If you section as to quality-you limply know
ha4 the stomach of an ostrich you could you are getting LARD-never
hardly withstand the ravages of lard- the grade, it's just L-A-R-D. OthM
soaked pastry. You htve probably other hand, every pail of COTTOLEI
found this out and already given up the in uniform-the product is guaranteed.
eating of pastry. 'Tis wholly uuneces- You take no chances whatever.
saryl Anyone can eat and digest food In the face of these facts just uk
cooked with COTTOLENE. the perfect yourself if you can afford to use hog lard
shortening. It is a pure vegetable when you can get pure,
product, made from the best beef suct healthful, nutritious
and choicest vegetable oil. COTTOLENE.
When you buy lard you have no pro-

Cottolerme is Guaranteed We erfhyautiioriwre mr
iflc5eyou~'itiit plcaisetiaftur bhaunig givtatCOTT(I.).NitC i tf~rtrist.
Never Sold in Bulk COTTOLENEl is pac'ked in iii xs
kevp it ch ,''I, f 1h atli And'% olt'-tollu.; 40%)to p"'ril t frntit hc$0,.
burbiDq the .iagc~Wcsblc odutactit the grceeevy, asuch as tsh, oml, etc.
Cook Book Firee We shl'~l be glad to seday me
PUl't'RE It I' COOK BOO1K.,"' celiteui anti h ule1I) IJV tlk. bt il ey
J. Lisicuis, i ii r of the famous 1kc.btim~ Couk Itook.'" Aielicsa

SNature's Gift from the Sunny South



New Side Altars of Handsome DesUni Hrv 1 /. .itr' F.trimy Given

Are Being Inujird,
St Pcetrrick'i (t iC5lh lt, i *.i of

Fl'eau,jrt 'Surprise.


lot hit'el Fa 'tht herV Se: i t L i h *e~i c ic i cit r\ tII
Jui-.It m 14 c i t, lifrthe ( ei clcce A:, i .'ei '. .liles cit I Al III
111 Iit t e ) 114 it-IIIIi I I y ''I 114.ii, P ~ ... t fill'ileto,
ofte uitiawisie fthedw 1 : lti11.1 1 I tI .I- l 1ic'1i11 11 'cthii gIct c
Just e'act' volui a o hf le' i t,'c 1 11 it ar11 eus t c tl!1141 oi itI Iiily r4e- i i ca Iiftill
i erv a~i'ccsie. atise Sr i I .'flcuI A Itlsi rc I ii it te 4f' `01ieAl-4it II 114 T h e

St.h osis c nt Whih %Ir I I itt,%114 1 ~ I 'iacci ccll Ieratlii elit h rt ti a
greatly t o ski ithe' Minte'rofr ct sh- curh. S 'T' Ii& i', t ta l-til. a ug.that id t )1. i alI e, ~i
Tin hich valiathe ile ivanti it -eu arsc' lI (tlirv~ e cf'el t hat ly ived j irwud 4Hli'3 M c'tr""Ile 4 itie avi
ittlr jiss ntake ogr atup I' ifde. ss% Iti IiKr fIi tio I to hi1iea i -tyeur''i, a t ititl) ,iteIti
I lh lc~cllelb"' r't~re~i eaThhr e PrIs)lt-.-'Iht enisvMkht
Chda nge no r t Prl -'ogram. viiv% liet~ie~ltovfv t mi iithc'n l etick cutetof lilt c I,)11)01I
thisc ounry. rie lr prev.ii.1 %%'II add pro mfi'cilii ta t Im ie i p ha S.' ff151 m ict'ce left Io11114' 1 4'i

TW1,4 trip oft t'If ,gllm, 'Int P:. lii c ti' lip
thaic river to laliadc~i. K b I*rt1.4 -1't.e'
a eiI er Pc-ri-iter f:. ticI51 il? r I:). h t a

bo%#-s absndeane" 1. piv Ian~tv'i~l a c'towu
DuItieen he'adle"T Icy t".1 lut' trIk:((,III
Incg teo N l'ew ,Iin.f..c-IaI 'IaP,.lcc.c)ONi'
slier t'i flhino ttic i''5' i.ciil
let rdCXcfl fI c lc 'I ii
ter~suen .c i e.~c''
In Shi ~,i~i cli '4 e (''r!~

1 d..4 0401 1offlp -M

I.% I Imc.lcU. !A1 oli

.1 i% arrsatagtng forir
S I~c II(Ga1vv1' thle 1

"-lfiteOfthe Aerte-uI
e, nu~ain C A
M.1 of Frarmrs d
11fil r'%M&natulrliar.
'i.-Iroswetative of sha.

bp' ,reorl'vpae ii 1--hirr"Vaddrewss.,A
nMbe~lr ,!'r-alrotaWvuaccesutuJ'
xsworxk-aI .Arsra's eWdfruft AbdJ
weE'tabi' gKiiWE'fA ,of tbls Stut* will
also b*'' 11&ti Oi lb. PturerM.
Mrpt qatflrt.4 usli be mLAd. toad.
vqniwtib' I anl~gtisC UWUS~ the
Nato. &'daid S*@IlBU.84d MW s
thu.seta stbf Is h ea odpss

?~e~s M FwVsd MTaWi Low

bwr mhe owlel To& f1 see&%

by ldo ouAl mi me Dm

asi&-' 1 W'. Nv-=o

!-P-- i- '5II'

aro' equjtl~ y Nlcoino.-lIe'l II)

op n all'Wcloulct, I'~avag
bilifby check I- one oftdie
pselett coflvuefawo-au-1 ri
ofe-guard% a tw,wAnm man
canhave, mid the, itisdzw
tie of having~ a growing
babu in the 14a1k resulNo
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U ,,' cannot help wondering it The A convent to discuss the situa-
O i__-e lle Sun knew Just what t tion and prospects of the forests, of
lnere i ito, P lton(e i at (Iaine was driving at when it said the other the United States will take place In
.i se oo .d-oluw maitti atefr. day, "In Duval county casildatt are Washington on January 29, under the
UH. Y A~(Y FAtor and Publilar already making formal aftounce. auspices of the American For.-try
._--i ments, illustrating their 'kpldss' la the Association, which has its headquar-
JIss.. 1: ,tr' n i .. ......... Cta i."or. newspapers with pictures of them- ters in that city., This body, composed
P.'--upt oo !selves. Discourage the Idea In Alach- of representative and public ,ltlrited
M. ..: sup" COPOoom. us county." BlessBrother McCrirys' .ltizens in every State of the Union
O- F-- I Vowx nIOCx. guileless soul, those elateest .bold is exerting Utself to the irtmoit to per
tw. Mai )st'et, s TxILKno1i4p Alachuans who have their "BAh suade the public and theaStatt and
-.--- -.-..- .fixed on the sheriffs offllce steW ot, Federal governments to save the for-
Tu A'.y S)At.N, published evtry ornlocuges* a
t iM.ive., dclivredabyvrrerirh lthcty, or being discouraged should be trolledests and thus preserve our national
Igp ?l ,u'd~ay delivcred by carriri t' ity, o -
salc' ti ny part of tke united tateC, pwtage after with most fascinating bait and prosperity. Despite the serious situa
uee, for S a year; $.50 A* montS.*; l.5 thete madeto understand that there's npth- tion, public authorities are slow to
"NttHi;0i .w cents f- Avg wek-strlcty Ing like coplai advertising, cot in- act, as they often are even in matter
d*ce ___ eluded. whet .the seeker after no of the greatest need. This is largely
Reading notkicesn ltocl column o cents i lle torlety and ,Ml be preacher, pro- because the general public falls to rea-
br rSit inertion. and ;cert foreachaddtiloslt essor, phlatl pist or p4ltictan. Itse the need. The Forestry Assocla-
imrt1io0. The Sun would do wsll to take it all tion therefore urges all wbo do, to
later or dimpluy adverteing made known oa ,
sordion. back and offer its valuable space fog take a hand In this work.
--"all kinds and conditions of tnen at so The thing attracting most attention
Te Twic-.Week un iL an elght-p forty much per. That's bi.-Tampa Trib- Just now the establishment of Na-
SlDmn paper, published every Monday Forests n the Appalaclsan
"usdray, and coolnins all the news of tbe r ,
ek local, tate and general, and will be The Tribune I( assured that The Mountains of the South and In the
IhLd, postae free, to any prt of the Unitld Sun knew exactly "what It was drive. White Mountains of New Eilsand. An
State or Canada, for i.coa year-in dvancem ing at," towit: That early announce. earnest effort Is being made to et
Al advertising bills become dn aftr In meant of candidates for ofie in these from the present Congress, and
lmapeals of advertiement, uante otherles Alaclua county should b discouraged, the meting on the 29th will take aos
Mlatesd I contract. Artles sot known to a and we thipk It should be done in tion relative thereto.
Ibesqulred to pay, or advetising i every county In the State. Candl* Another scarcely less important
meS. dress, THU DAILY date* here think the editor should problem is one connected with State
OsassalMh i.a. I llqn their' announcements for three or authority, ind that Is, to modify the
*Over the navy door tbA tdent tfour months at the same price he tax laws 'so that taxation will not
ks up the sign, "Keep your mouth cbares for thirty days, and that no force $he cutting of forest belonging
ahut 1 will do all the talking for the more should be paid for ptVbllhlni to private owners before they are ma-
av. d the card In a dally and semi-weekly ture. Th Is not only a detriment
-------- than for a weekly. The Bun gives to the Owfr's interests, but still more
Among the o delegate Mr. all adidates due notice that the fee It Is dimlnautloi of the general supply,
TAft is arranging for a production of for publishing announcements will be and thus Inljulous to the public com-
"The Round-ups." with Mr. Prank In proportion to the number of lines munity as a whole.
ittehoock in the star role. and length of time same is to be In.
___ltte@aroe servedd, so the fellow who thinks the Judge J. t.Leoensard Dead.
With a W. J. Bryan at both ends of earlyy bird catches the worm" can Columbus, Ba., Jan. 16.-Judge J.
o avenue in Washington the Trust understand once for all that he will M. Leonsmd. aged seventy yers, one
MWAmgs would be likely to find out have to pay for his "worms." of Columbii'bt known citizens, dile
W Weer they were trusts that they A short, snappy campaign I.s what suddenly Tuiday morning of heart
was managing. wThe Sun wants, Brother Stovall, and trouble. lo was a native of Talbot
w-the later the primary is called the bet- county bt spet eest of % le in
Insects often blush," say a n. tr it will slt the people of all classes Columbus. He lost a leg wI."l s -
se sc oiet. If tu at Is rueItIs to Ing In the confederate army wjere be
Saoltilst If teat Is true It Is teo =------=--made a particularly gallant record. Mq
be hoped Bi ) and Hell are reading A t.h BOOST FOR FLORIDAt was a lawyer and migsttrate her
All the anie things said about them for a great many years.
,o the papers just now. "It Is surprising to me tha/Ameri.
= --.- ..- cans 4o not boom Florida as the ideal Planter Killed by His Tenant.
President Roosevelt Is trylag to winter resort of the world." aid Sir loemarkTi Tna ., Jan. 14.--sWa
eep the Republican party close to Thoimas Dewar, who is at the Hotel lagton S* 4' a prominent planter,
1te people, we are Informed. It has Plasi. was shot ad, killed here lIna pitol
always bon kept close enough to "What Florlda needs Is a corps of duel with M. W. Tarborough. The
mtoch them" whenever necessary. competent publicity men to Europe. Iptter was a ttenant of Smith's, and
---:-= linsh people are getting tired of the men were enroute to Memphis to
It The W1aaIqgton Retald keeps their aged resorts, but they have not submit a money difference to arbitra-
e makln ftun at Georgia probibition yet I rned about the beauties of rloo t-i". .Yarrough escaped.
the -ountry at large may soon enad Ida. '
aogh virtuous Cotigreseri to 0th "I think if you could get the ng- YOUR HAT
spital to make Washington wonderful llsh people to takup Florida, all -
b dry. J America would So there In February NWa Be a tyt u0e, ou It Makie
and 1erch. You should have flrst \ Tretl..-%
Oor.e Ad.,e *Indiana poet and of all a line of stebaships to make A u lly buys a bat that's "
haumorist. wadf to be a delegate to a otiWA.from London to Fibrida, and low te awstr for.
the Chicaeo convention In order to retanmi via the Wet Indleo. Then a ideads are growing more numer-
est a vote for Fairbanks. This Issead r agents to B gland and to r sIeve. pt!e rsltke gcaer
the best Joke Ad* has sprung for a the eontineot and let them spread the which sap the v t from the roots of the
kIg while. wonders of Flrida broadcast. When hen ya r beg to fall out
---a m has been there once he will your scealp i full of Dandruff it is a
As showing the general disorgeaju tell his friends about It and he will sur that theo e countless terms a w
*an of Ohio lo|publicaus. Oeiralm o galin. l Ther. Is but ea way to overeome, th*
Grosvenor I. thr.atelning to bo e "1 am on my way to Florida now. trouble and k.l0the ger rne-at way is.
ticket and run independent for Co. and after a few weeks of tarpon fi'h ap-I;t will kill the r sm and healthy
greas, if the prrimarih. are not con- ing I shall go over to Janimaldca. and hair tI mure t result
ducted In, accordance with methods when I ift back to Bngland I will bI stamps or, sami to he r irpilIde Co.
that l ,t hl approval, a new man. Palm lleach In my choler Deouit. idIch.
-. : of wlntor reworts today. I am sick of Two slse--M0 cents and $1.00.
li)Many hith'ila. aini ra that It is Mmonte Carlo and the Nile In polecti to j. 8. Dodlfortd & Co.. pecll Agen, .
moBU' url-las eanigeMusii to stop heavy me. I am sure thousands of peIw _
drinkinK itoo abruptly Anyhow, pro. In urope feel the same way. but they .
hIiltiio. in l,.s than thre. wteeksold In keep on go n! to the Rivieraand other 0ijD .. .. i
(torla. *iidl aii',.ds a siAU la Gains- places they are familiar with. If you usl|| n ess
iii., r'|iprt >an alliltuar shaped err- can once turn the tide toward Florida
tur' sltriil wiith liluiy colors, that It will become world famous In a very lUUIUU I
fill rriuu the rlouda un last Thure short white "--New York Telgras .m. .

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A!'%v'lUPu ill Ihe Ir amidstand lis
t.'su, 'uA-'~.lAr Ileme sbbows,
S~ ttate ..ow-patkiPA to h
I tAingtelme Ferwuary S6m

I' .~I. tating. ierrna~m baa ha
--n&4) bwieited a aw ~iFWUmb
1; i I. kk~u to t"e maty ceavntIM.m-
;A wuee 1a1m,.

Sworn to befur o eam. sisub,.'rtbed
tomy Prvwov. wicthts 161bh4a~r of *-.
eembw. A. 11 lSN6. A W (ILEAlk)N.
(ftw I Noqary Nbklic
Hairs (taarbCwr'.Is ,takt. &ut'-ru
ar.lly, C sadeciwettY tm theblo od sa
oomm surfoacofthMe system Snd
for tosimoaiaMfry
Ir. 3. CommT a Co- ?oWudo
ftm by an &buist& tic.
TWO HN e fM VON* ftblaw omal

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Unfl Oe drank on your system produces pennt disability. Ies
brmsat|mabiery is a wonderfl system of tban#l "To have god
hufli&tbekeptIn good order. A idd-lWifnojadgg
" know by It's prpe name of the 14111M O USM
oof thd lun t dwwos haracter wa be
h a cold make its appearance use at cMsheM
W COUGH and CROUP Requlr Proepi Adton. tNO
hich will speed oerc it.
UNIUNT.PPi1 to the throat and chest geswondefu yM4. w
eares hnd Syrup will ry iojeth I jpr
Me, M amas GotmtlwslI wul61 -IZ h ave"sa
"V said S"ad IS the%&01M4414" ft. sae"I k
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Two Elegant Trains Daily:


Modern Pullman Equipment

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day -- *- -
rwa reat diernei the Miss Vera hedorovina Kcnrnlisar
Th.r. it Iroat difforrvn to the ^jewkeys, Russia's leading aetreAx. I4
teirnaltur. Thursday horng at t tou this country. aIn these day.
the da) t'4'Ii.rv.. only a light frost be- of p.r trust It io hard on manaxigr
nlug oiw.'rveI t. iarrly risers Thurhday. t be forced to enlarge their progmra>.
lw> ot> W .i.mday i)cturred t for the accmmodatioun of the lad' .s
heaslit irt i en here In tweaty -
yvars Iv alpi formed In se --. -- -
ila'es. aid alitst-her the fwurpart of @V "op (tr or T-s
the da) ass t.., coldest of the a- -lrCas OVarv
Mn 1 r', r wa lIttle *eewtatioa to freak J. Chey makes Oath that
hw s'ff..
a r.*ji' tn ,tt .of drtip r tI the tetper-' J. Cheey A Co, lon bunineas in thO
atur. .'uritic the itxt month muckh eity of To4do. coay aigl tatR aftir-
daI *.t', l H .I,, said. and that said r am will i e4 te
seo of One Hundred li alirA fir 'a-h
The o*fih<4iata l e HopublkWas of ad every cas of Catarrh that h a u t '
,i >'l K'. g .'tn su. agalia the tare bel a rer4 by the tt-t of Hall a Catarrt
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k.M I .140 have a county
Nowteime tvSrch.

JacksoemvUle Elk' Club have do
to have a special Elks' day dur.
,the Mid-Winter Exposition In Jack-

gro s brutl1ltles or Inhuman
% of cmvtcts was revealed iat
investigation by the Board of
Oomaissioners of Escambiia
Wha beoe arranged for the natives
(Georgia fili in Tampa to ex.
to Goven Smith, when he
STampa next month, a welcome
tttag his high position.

The Board of County Coninlssioners
Baker county are advertising for

s.for the election of a fine rnodern
house at Macclenny. The build-
to to be 0onatructed of brick and
create. -
.The Olive Hotel at Sorrento was
last week. The fire is sup-
to have been caused by spon-
eous oombuwtMon from a barrel of
tirnlne chips which had been
In the kitchen the day before.

It is reported that the high winds
if the past week have done much
lamagetotheomnge crop. Thousands
t boxes of ripe oranges are lying on
be ground hi the groves and will not
ie In oonaition to ship out of the
me** t

Rafael Barbato, the Cuban who was
ted and arrested in Tampa charged
with embealing $1,400, has mqde a
klll confesslo and signifled his will.
li.neas to return to Havana without
requiring extradition papers. When
Barbato was Art arrested he denied
belag the man wanted.

C. F. Stubbed, agent of the Southern
Ixpress Company In Miami, was ar-
seated for .loIng business without a
Meonse. Tb case arises from the re-
aqal of th BSouthern Express Co.
to pay the license fee charged by the
elty coineil. eiming it to be excess-
tve and cowtrsw to law.

The people oaM lami and the sur-
sounding coutr are complaining of
poor expWeM service. A short while
ago it was decided to put a special
express train on the Florida East
Sout and for passenger trains not to
earry expiq. It seems as though the
oee exp U train cannot take care
of the bude

Counterfeter Arrested In Mobile.
Mobile. Ata., Jan. 1G.-Henry
IAnts, alias Geore W. H. Thomas,
arrested bere on Jan. 8, on a warrant
from ima, 0., ebharring him with
making and pslong counterfeit silver
mins In Obio towns near that place,
was taken to Cleveland Wednesday
morning by secret service operatives
for trial. He admitted his gullt ad
asked to be taken back. Tjat? wie
a member of a gang which operated
freely in Ohio. makthig balfs and 401
lamr Two pf the memberst are al-
remdy in Ztio Jalsl awaiting trial.

Scores f frid Ct em Have
Lm dIt.

It Yovb n row heeoe there is Itoha i.".ic- The tlwmtte?'
only ome war to "M K7. dt]Unn. Sir I guess farming dON't
The parfea way As to curm the kid- agree w Ithe Win DO 099-'ir.-Ode"
&ecye. ASLS
A Mod be*k 3ms okk kidneys. CepFO
S-gosS IL. uvry Vusbles follow ha ut
DOMO K-2110 PMile 10166 f~.le ~lt. reeJ e ly
k idneys aft. poker It St"iUP0 Wkv than tWe
IL I- 04~aeWJ 11Tsr 91)ag4sbpt Woof4s ft -i u ietw1
At 1311 A= tet VaU.rb '-rie. V# *'i.-t~y*waig.b
'aye: 11 ~ OKle Pillste".' ''I.4'1'payrn.
,and they "MA noOf bed& and wbe'r-u *a1~U '56 p &h~ !1 40
,IIlindwdeofthe klmeyea Two W' threep I1,' v ...'1 bd~i ova restese
"bmea same of t" PO Ial Ity Wi ,' %,*1ses fi oftar far* Bkoll"
'1 7% bb sm ons waof aserlTmi -a-
%or* 0 aL Very bed sunds.. dark I M~~
O W. A"n V alloWe to stand IllHv NMOO
Mi b'eM at 60 eve msltsery Of I Ar "k ..&r lady WSAlkd 10".
,ety. 1 wM*i vau posemses taknga f ~ *! Wd up~ the Ampaf
b"t sen" WS- -ANbm 1o-;

ICaP s bah oathI W vir Msl $0 the is"Led

loes ISM I g Do" 0 -Tbo- (.my hai vimYam
V. P so Cme of wa 00'' ,O. he, 4
are OW scared we~ m-
84 W40 ofene? h-S. g~u
EP* w e1 "a k r m 3 ',~ O s-0 0 Mb

Weaktitle Boys
may bosom fine st-ong men.
Some of the strong men of to.
day were sick!y boy)- yearm
ago. Many of thcrn received

Scofftt's Emulsion
at their mother'; knee. This
had a power in it that changed
them from weak. delicate
boys Into strong, robust boys.
It ha the Same power to-day.
Sand irls vwho are pale
weak gt food and
I m s child grow. S,
Al DnssmiA SOc. and St.o0.

Will Manage.Moble Team.
Mobile. AAa,. Jea. 10 News ieo P
eeMve.i In Mobile that Tom Ftsher, who
waA the manager of t'e Rhreveport,
IA.. team of last year, hail ,e'ured
his release from the SI It tule ardija
alK and wfll manage tmn% Mobile team
of the Southern Laxue this year
Fisher is now at Anderonn, Ind.. and
will come here in Petruary and be
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Was Author of the Poem "Mary.
land, My Marylard."
Aurn- *'., Ga.. Jan. 01 .lIawtl;, Ry
dor Pandill di' I h .'e T r .., > after-
ncon rhoetly nftter 4 o' ',. after a
fre v hour"' -;Pi ;i., l 'n Several
dfys ago Mr. t".r' l,. 11 i a a ide
vor" (' ..: :':: ,e w ie a!
tending five ('clocK mnn i an in.
element :no'nilci
Congeehdi'n of the it, re l'te.f l.
which was the immedli.", ', of h:i
Mr. I anftll wis nthe ''",r of t",
ver-es of "M r:'r 'i i, V V rt'a t ,"
and a number of other i '
At'the clow of the wn i i,;'v l the,
staff of th'e Aunutn. (; mstlt.i
tlonaliat," and in ll ( Itt el
Itor. In chief. Sul'st'e;' e hel'
other e:lt 1 rinal rI l:it'z iv various
parts ef the tt'h.


Large Bengal Tiger Depre eating In the
Neighborhood of Peterburg. Ind.
Peterrburc, In-I Jan <; *Over 2too
farmers of this and adjoining counn-
ties are engaged in a (tie.r ctie. A
large lienri l itie has ',,.'un a','n In
the country for two itkIs.
Attached to Its neck I: a collar with
three links of a chain
Several head of istok have bone
killed and tfle people hafe feared to
leave their homes l eight.

Return Cuba to Cubans.
Washington Jan' If IIn tr insmit
ting to the e1,,nte the ''* 'rt of Pro
vislonal l vernor Mn, ',n on condl
tionis In Cuba, tie pro ,.,' t a;itIt: "I
am glad to beh ahle tfi *ns thtt we
can now deflnltrly antiiince' that hi
or before l ,.. 1 19014. we shalll have
turned ouer tl.e Island tie f ipres-iden'
and congress to he e!** *',' next I *
covnber by the people<' 'b'i thi'
word to turn te Ila t,.' own people will be ser'iellouely re,
garded ."

WhNy we guaantc.
Nrull RKce"Idlelk -
We Weirve that 'rho
I n11tedl 1)r.COp the
porito Otri i he @310
.ill KCI ha'. In.
Augurvatee a lperfect
Ssyneim of sU14plsing
reAtty mallse pemrip.
lions. They nuAke IVWI
remedies under th e
trade name "keaaii.4
Eac~h remedy is a well.
Wied recipe of a
IeAmtm%' ph~yslr Ian who
1 :spec shust in his

J. W. McCollum & Co., Druggists

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Son work organiucughisa IfSt R- A
nuniher of men have oIrea'ly hem me THE MONEY QUESTION.
curfed. 1_"1111-Ph
simple R1ms1ody fo~r La Grippe. An nqulltte V Fagther. beon n Is. TI
IA gripped cougs isare dangelrous as Pago.a' Iwgin fbouenutei junior. "when IThops ally
tuiey frequently develop Into lineu the govvrowvj et t ioftle 1taied Statis d1ways nee
teonia. FoleY's H~om~ey and Tar noet beass to coin gold and sliver monvy 11 P metsieuohel
only stops the cough but heals anid It was molememory to Itely the golit arA lby.ieplleii-
stren:gt~hens the lhaingi so that no mt) e~i l 11ive, W1111114 t i?'A
clues rtsults need be' feared. The,'Keen "Vos. my seen," frwioliedo flunston sen
tam Ioly' hne itd arcecaaia.lots rather cautinouslyv,'I fir VO*'4eI
une 'krFoleyr's H andey sin l arcma 'iews "Of -oul'm. i5454.- rqted thIbes 11511 I'll icul
no~ha r efusedrus adbstlIntea.youngster"Y1111,11 s to 814to tell mew I Oatcke Ing
package. Rfuehe'r, o~. W he e g'tescvirnmene't godtthe aeffe., ji-a cmair Y-
Pufc-olutn & Co. to tony th sie. eu ndh silver" IIl
'Why oer-of eopueruew," staulle'rmod
Exep~losin De6troyes Botl. lisiottron isolor aniie*lout51ddwn lthe 54
Mobiles. A'ls*.Tm nIS.-- News %a lcrs ootr ieS a~se! thostylffuily at tOw teey
booen re-olvoid hekrtt 4 the alnuist tital *Nnw, Ilet"tou IodhtrvotSaed Jeet Thai
detscInof the% gasolineop, jee~r gu"elirf'e'ft 111iiqd Ieets felti ldl e-JDr. audId
hecat fharl Times 1.' an expioe~lim at li'e 4rle~r fite(isa see 1 i-to i. 6s~er,'stv yft, S A
PuIrlsol.'. arrosolftet tiny L.awrence ltr-. i thd.I-u. Ih.' gelerr Yom'u 'ilot
W~inhure. lk.e oen r"' e-po- was teimily the, tiempijry too 1ev lee' get. lolarue isl "r ~
hurneul iinit the r- I leand lbeuly (Pne I'ls' li .1 ;h tOeIicm!r
e't,e"k was ar'it "em UOWN) The jumio'r gati'efelly. mstiel nci riat jity fil eel KEY
oe?Vr m~emhe'rit t ls '10ie irolo elli-a cd Ills. P.1 tga s lil. 1he' Ih'elul ef 111% all 1111
-~~- puelrtstat sire'stsrugghic lagwth Ihag elniges 1h04' oe
BriishF -eGoses Astheore rje II~et.&"
ft. ohn N'V ,tan -1A--bo rt 0111h.ti- 'bifscl sml
let astelamer Tieleeu'.), bosjad from ual(51 liml etr 4teor 1,111s semil leejt eif i01teel Fee, years
woilten. lea -f, r iesvre. iwesst iamboreiemroorwith l"ectua e A,)thtbir *tr eaking of I
d1WIug a I1e'aily s' swatom Mosolay "Yom." sahle eirsfese~ tto i..e *i-o erv, tainwell.Ari
vight at r!Psalme- t~oo er otbi, top dk4 l disi 1' g,t portmentiqgo I9 wt t'e IptoeeS it'e.revver 14
mrae, It to thicizbt the rpo.. w. f : epop"fli teerlpe,011or Is"" t. r lE41,111
11e a total losa, TI14 cerv is safe. "WookAa!&I


An Insldious DaqeEr. .
Oino otf tha wrweI foetrelore.

An. Ivespilo.
Awapber -Tell me what a
4IdamudI rantell yesJbee
wife, for w isetsc. 4WD
rising a coshwVbeak. U
pr (conedonflhfl WOUI Up
flat obe sno semkI

k vr- -emowomen
item EJInne )ouor tug.
I It. Iee 11111fofthe cab.
a 011 getson) NO). filet
1pet?, hue gut noecimto te
ino lily lop t.4mooue


haig Your TINKAIJ IIvni


**hov bee. the
hoodews of gomwed em
re ye" e" 11e641

Ism -I I ou

kr Midny tremble Is that It is as 11414l "M- 1111 w" 35soWemi-
In"os4112"" 4a14 beore iltho victim 04IA5PZVILL6 VLa.

Cur, Sie of 9 thpPo en 4of rowuiei. i t eseh 01bdii wo
B M ISEB AND vrOIS Iroslr~fead rvotv00"MO
i frtbl s oam d dhbbee. 'W. m n i&daty


Aftr. ad V (Thinyeu Vest, I Was
Fi~hn i S WAebAd um TbIeamp .JawnvleRj
toWkIn Two Woes@wa__dUtQIVIUfdI



~ IA3V1 (UiMiwvillle for Mkooanapv. I'airdlflt and a It)-


Cal posintem m h... UI :80a

J eurin. &MY# Vawdm& .aAsA

LA 14A


Woman at 1-ondale. Ala.. Found with
Her Throat Cut,
BirlIlnghumin. \!,t !.r 1 -Mrs.
Mary Word. agtil fi', ''e... wife of
a stationary) e.nltir -i1 in at Iron.
dale, a suburh. a, f il dead In a
ro"m at her homn 1 ':, day morning
with her thir: at i, fn (ar to ear.
A bloody rzour %\,, f, au,l near the
body, and all e idlei,(, st owed ul.
The woman had1 ee-n In '11 health
for some time, whc'i affected her
mind. She is irtl%d t)' a husband
and five chil Iren. h,,r father, two
brothers and three sl-te'rs

Lumber Dealers Meet.
BiT'mnxham. Jan ICf.-The fourth
annual convention ,f t'.e Retail I~um.
ber Dealers' as"srin'I,,n of Alabama,
Tennenseq and (g.i ,rila wret In this city
Tuesday and t.'! conventlon was pro-
nouncd tMhe rr,,tr in'eresting and bar.
monlous In the hi srry of the organl-
zatlon. Officers r-oe! coming year wro W. M. Frenoh. of
Knoxville, Trn president; J. J.
West, of At'iofa. (;a vioe preal
dert;'. W. F \. a:,. of T rmlngdiam,

BSdMles Found by Track.
Now Prunswick. N J.,-'Jan, 16.-
The bodies of two men who were Iden
tMfled by papers In their pockets asi
Ira B. Stetson, lof I.lxrpool, O., and
Albert Do novan, of New Roaelle,.
N. Y.. ore found besides te tracks
of the Pennsylvania railroad Bear tis
place. It Le not known how they
met their dreaihs. Thoth bodies are
badly rrutl'n.'0le It Is belilved p.
sih!e tnt 'e-v f,'l from a train. Both
carried :.') A -' i that they hail
,erved- 'n I "''1i. States army.

The Joy
Of living Is to have good health.
Use Herbine and you will have biash-
els of Joy. You need not be blue,
fretfnl and have that bad taste In
your mouth Try a bottle of llerbine,
a positive cure- fir al liver cnmpilaintiN
.L Harrell. Aiutin. Texas.. writes: "I
have used lierl.tine for over a year
and find it a fli*,, r-egulator. I gladly
recoinnm'1l It Ita a fine m.edirlne for
dyspeptia yfr sale by W. M. John-

Didn't Agree Weth Him.
A (ir..l i ,. i was rweeatly in
sjpectlig a i o ,t r i i j illl y hlim ail era'l-i t. :" I .. tn'ri tef whb had 6 reis-
f.\ ht ., : .. r- t ll-r.% nw i r of bhi
farirIe,' i ,, .. ; :1 hli a111 ei father.
**h, .I t m.i ri got Ie pttim along
In )car". *"se1 tc eowO.r
Ye ls diad nrla h o to Slesty." was
the rslliy
tIs bis h'tn:th iandr"
"Wet. n,, t'w old mam ala't b e
hbimelf for owiep time Ireel."

A few haiirs hlie: nnuthere
aire neot ,ism~di, but it w-on't k
bi dl~ iloW l hc v w~IIl be t.I l ii
"11, ',1 I'tige lI 111A'~tit~ed
m ilI Ic': I ct tile il ct t tI1.1t.~
b.~clt dtneltiwsolnwt hIg tol at--
veI t Ihe nt.'11t 111I.11 (- I ki19 l ltw'4'
Rcx dIl 1 13 I1Ia1r Tlesit- i
pronil ,, I st. 'p, hiling h 'ti~c
dad mlt LIlt ,I ilt l ttuiI m li'aw a new
g 1.4 m I IIolht'1.1 It 11.1% eole 54We)
11-r othcus'. It 'viii (1, 1 m)for )AM.
It 't I i fe t ti i)' gIIIIIIIN. ; will
not thicken -it, c hair; lwnt
be"'nmc runcid ;l t-4 %no hwgt
able ekio)r; is cvkAn ancd agrec~abi
to 11w.
At otir store, Oilly dity Fents

Sautkiniatton guarantoo or
muney rut undcil.


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W-' 7,il -, v




SMoot Pleture' Madines Likely To
.CawseDisastrous Fires.
S Mr Tork, Ja. 1.-while It Its
!y laMolM thfat the terrible tragedy t
STIletstown, la wbtch nearly 20~ linf
w lost, was not direUtly o
moving Pletu, machine 5
; reported, the report 1W ot
tnton to the danger la .t
V lies, hundred* of wtIdh WI 7
IA. Id nightly operation t i Tak
"ad in every other Oty th ie wam

Chief Croker, of the tee dGPt
ment, says that there is gum=t ,ge

trly tI th efas oi tie a mrO NW
re e ." w Are sm esotered ai
over the tows.
It ib aft unomma for lo to
A r.1te Irem the M mli sad very
efte the fire departwAt is called out
by each a blase. IaPome Coes a
prletet" Is male of ialnl the opera.
wtor'e box with asbeetoe, but t tos
s e omr more thUn a prelenee. In
tae #egular theatbrs there in practictl-
37 so danger from the machines, but
nla the small I and 10 cents ebowa
scattered over the city there Is a very
req danger.

lUnprecedented Increase In Vagrancy
In New York City.
New York, Jan. 16.-The unpree-
edented IncrAse'ln vagrants In New
York haI caused oKeaeton at the city
*rorkhouse on BlaoKell'a Iiland and
every effort possible I being made to
M hIleve the overcrowding by tranasfer-
Srin prltoners sentenced to long
Stereo to the ponitenilary and to the
Raymond atteet Jall In Brooklyn
Thf.ere are 1t,)!"y nnrf t'%aT 700 wo-
men and more than 900 m" e In the
I orkhouse, inot of them serving
terms for vagrancy.
,' b .ouslmaid of persons at out og
work, and the Increae tI the an
SSer of stra'lgars looking for work b6
,euse of the closing down of factories
ia. nearby clilu havy locroased the
i unaber of vagrants kr beyond the
lsual number even to winter and with
:: .qhe adveqt of a recall cold spell aU
e city Inslltutlons will be crowded
f 'to Overlowinag.

Over Twenty-tto.sYew sAoRAWb
had SevereAttak-YoWsLae

with the Dtusio-V bmeRSoe
1Oee"IVpWfro. Knmesft Ys..


te mUlfwr. Awm winter -ry I
without dn. huaing oen shome m.a
ankles and n mry from the knese
toes being overed with iruAie t oeam. II
tr pra titioners, speooaliste,deratol.
toe, eto.,to no purpose. i ydaughtis
r-lw reminded me of having prmorbed
Cutlours for my grander" moc uha
twenty yeas ago. I at oMe pro -- d
the Cuteura RemedlesAd found o ra.
mediate Improvement and fal oure
tll to-day, though wll along ing yu
I am as thoEgh I had never had th
dliusws. I am well Lnewn the n v tnt
itv of Laoisvlllo and Cincibnnati and all
thim onild bhe verifiedll by. witnesses.
M. W. liAlt, ,45 4 Hvpth'8t'.. LouS.
villh, Ky., A:ril 23 and May 14, 1907.'"

The lr.inx Itching and burning
f the akln, as in rwenna; the frightful
scaling. as li psoriauis; the Ios t hair
and' ioSeip, as in In alled
lhitd; th facial disnf urement,a in acne
e-all muutl remdim of xztraordlnary
virtue to s*nwOfullvy oopwith them.
That ntlioura8oap,. Ointment. and Pille
are uch stands proven by. temtlmonals
tif remarkable cires whe(d many rem.
fllew aned een phynlcian have failed.
QOn I osIsten sumdent to cure. "


No*tjoe'tk All Whom ft. Hey co*.
aemo-Ul" emopsaw MM nhedfor or
Otherim depuse e~ Bqofthern
Uzpee Gmgaywillsoll to thhlgh

in the C*Ag osIu*vFlsFame.son
Februryjj4pP -INS, at 10 a. us., all
the Am~ In tei limb to
to s3osthem am ucoils-
DNWfyp OEM, gK out oueand other
T. X. KING, Agnt.
J. B. HOCKADAY, Sup't.





why Pait
G" YOU baby suitor? When he BRITISH NAVY MYSTERY. k8

'ON" hn a and w any old tuningTradition$ Rettardlllinthe Death of Sir Box
Selbr rcommeaods Day a Ciswdelslo shevoI. PkgI
bwkd tse. ~ wa -cram vorwifues. of tbe alenl OsPt omleteWWI[k Of 4111PkgI
Igor badlo"6 dseas s. i i on the rucks of the Scilly I" e. togetle. PkX
V". IN SO iN% a*d u hessi or with the death of Its gallat cow. e
egam buids u thesysm wader. the greatest seaulin of tb. k
)WbSthlb. PUnY babies tat. Mrs. J. ago. a Uumaber (of curious tnodiltloua rkgI
Tmath.Tepoc rut., writ"s: -my ane associated KIwutwth 'Ile 0velts k 1
'J69o, Malthiand sickly. could not 1041118 UPtop to Lb.ateustrolmtw auldthe Pkx
he m tsoo8aand cited all night. fate of tbux'lobrate t'ti tnirtal. Pkx
on* ottl of hites crm (Utsitileiduiig ealturv of the colas. I'kg
on n. a tiottefwhiteys bCr oaa .l0 tu 1w uyuetery of lt'4tuvel's
6 W i nda fwOdasobabydwa th, 'which WIIIPrbihlY lwv.'r I* Pks
f at at w l' odby W 111-11' e mi s t he 1 littler btunasuplin Ith*f[sox I
0. btsn.auirinlrls sntruicalid 11:1g. (1001w.hues IPe
-thtuttthttNA~Y '11100Il i'ckett t ip ou the IPkgI
The Alps and Baby Coaahes. sPkbx sllc od4i tt uiN
"What str"La a111's anuot 1v#*Wlwu hurloo-d ty tia.'joi nl Porth le'llitk foks
lad ~ heiol')tiiii'h."art i~ul initR ~do. A spibt tisstill l4IlqleiWa ati$ i'oth l'kg
ele "Itler h'l'I' r"siuk hroli ellick 11%ltwins the lourgl id piwe or Ithe 1P1if
L b1Y the l 11111M*VW I1110 I3 % tw n''-atholroal.atoll. aect~i-iItig to trnilltot).IME
A lp~ lP, it i Yt it'14 i l.. S~ NI I tiltio h a# Ieer lrgO wli il u aJq* It. i$aiiiiil a
taka'. m Ily v. 4, ()I Iia i' lo 1`01111~. lii vloory :41 Y U 6liti tYf t it 1Ct* V 1)tJoSP % UPI 'k
path. yoo orI' ii 143 4 "id h'' 1 ('lle3 t)) d',i itie d t Ietma at 1 N Plg

tlgiiftt r lrt i ra ).t t imij: olitoo 1111 atl' hUV,'I Aiteea d td tl o s ~lkler % th 11 a ox
aN' I~I' Ihi '*". I iu~s ii tha IV lloh'ihbb f'a'life aud lrea-v~qivite rics) ijanIt kg
soallY 411111 Illii z"'ai IAA '- IIaill lla a Itsh 'the ruXrig t~und it o b h r ualk.aual's eingli-r. I llot,
car, ni~I'-~la~a W'.'sg.rlcua Anotha'r story is thast l'axtiun thobl
V.,1 g lo~i.61,1h it "air Ibatt~y Iguare.r ufthe Arunudel. 41cle@ n crd two k
~ hi~i~ 11% 1" "1""" i t% h"i ll "' I it %* 41 M8Aasry IM euk u rr4itia ig ume tilt. 1)414 I lkg
Is ":41 01101191k t iiitN11,lollga owe the rt.tu o ti~ I twsv~- hig
110t lotli1111i1% 1111tf 1i11itte ijf ItUas 1KbuyeIs ring aud Aiueilrei
hut at li' q lt -ll16:0 41 uoo 'y ir w toib 1Abe.ta b e take. PitR
21 '.1. A 14411114;0 ( 41wiI 4411a 4o illUI 7 t)1oolo .*ld w hen that was fuitamdi be Luew Pn x
3lil.l. it "U'l 411111'ill~~ att ~tul 110 b~AIY. doa ly. then,'inIa ks
11 I 4 1 S tt ai in 5)W the aitartilitig marratlise of runii Illaoo,_ Pits
ass 'hl I ii ~itI Ii UuIJ 1, tI4l t uanlIWy )('41Vafter The e rwk14%L
Otto[ 1)Ill, .2 i'oa lthe at,,.e.IS wiune allajv~ 'i VI 4US ('f~I to the b.~I'kg 11c.
5.,14 t l1 it,, %i-i titic rtmi i) t )uung ls ll iult~ir otsea tir dlca wdthtel bait. ax. O
~' II,'a ~ I5C~I~ austesoli withftatliguo. 4" tile w hoo b', ak
Ni '. 8.11 a &,L~~tbai woll eswashed tuahure ltiona8batell Pot
Ho t Aoi nemoia toraciriJ er but and lthat tshe bWill sutir looks
Now t Avod Potiewtitints. derm'. tuit, tiseur, the lVuluatiltopoi, 5 111' P
'kiU atinat t'15UWI'lAnd other io.or tluNoia~hterwFos0 Sheta praailaa I-its
serikis A ahtIrwus A C.11,1 by "ajug' a sp-Itiuelki etutitatwlit ring tAkes tfrilnitoI'kg
Mi 's ik a ~tw) mid 4Ter It aloiwth. the iIUo nx%-r of bet Yk'lm and idonistmI 'kge
1' .' tadt-1g*tai thoo' ('5)151 from tlb.91"lb gt ANt%0^91110Y1 0 f*7to bvVJ 'a
it s eilm y hltai,* Rlo Th niloisot.~oe illiy ttw this story I'V41111 Ise
ikey bua. Ow eI ranuth lly saathe y ellw pon thee aimiatte ros pafsisaes. tis Earl, Pies
lockae myb. J tW WoWSaB w & M th yLl o f nm ey. Maleew usar"M rhrb opulits, Ibg
PS k4@ JW MCv)tIU & to ( Isft atofthe senjior theory. I Iris,
why0 ho" SOto, bS futugmas10"611169kqeovwet. a avd1 1k
Wye ho~ SOiO. aled so" he eefom it a Iftbet a tad Ph
A~tanit V.Mt. sa. 1 4ee5O' a Ina Peo1tinas uWl4Ieg
W a Ui ly. I.b In u obgs le*agb ailgay o: il
.11i4I italit :0atilg'* ,ooeaaer to It), tooe 0 11106@1117 et oatsbow i loend ae o
ule llre 1r.k's lot telbWe .Sonatas tbg lit m aoW of &0 family at the
&I'll Isom by buiib bumsai"of the aUowa m b 00 hatLSAjY boswit M
ftaoa' to ris ser emSamson&ed S b0rnV l60 amumies.aas otaled
-~ -ad blip 1 eth d to -- at 8 how death to 1 di t

CA mmU0WWmemtglf
CUR eb"a W 08"" it o

a1nd G P
ftteairtto a teaNood

Ada13 Emma......Brooksville
Abhatt,H.........Alacbaa, Fla.
Abraum, C........Alahua, t .
Aaderson, J. W... .Hih 8prgng I
AlbraM. C ............. lahua
Ayers, J. D..........Brooksville
Allen, E... ../r..Clear Water
Averd, A. P.........Brookaville
Appleton, . ... St.8 Peter burs
Adams, J. W .... .*.alneevllle
AricB, B. M...,..... Gainesville
Adas A& Co............ Jasper
Anderson, Dan......... Jasper
Anderson, B...,........ Jasper
AdaUa &I Co............. Jasper
Ashley, Lattle........Dunnellon
Alken, R. L... ....... Dannellon
Adams, W........LesburI Fla.
Arik, L. D......... Brooksville
Austin, fagglie......Norristown
Adasa & Co............. Jasper
Arkeubanner, 0...... Hommassa
Arnold, I. ..........saaeeville
Anderson, J. W...... .Galnevllle
Avera, W. W.......Gatnesvillo
Auderson, H. C... .OGainUesvlle
Armistrong. C. H... Gainesville
Atkinaum, C. 0, H.... Gainesville
Abbot, JIM .............. Trllby
Adams, E............. Newberry
Ansaley, G. M .......... Newberry

Pkg i*****
Fz 0 is ....... .0.o.ll e
P L .........

r hi Br ......Clear w
Grip ..i ...... ...**
Box .............
Pkt Cer, 0. H.........

Trk .itj. ........GBalUM U
1k, ... ,A..........Gaoele
nPg e. vle
1kg Katie.....a.0nese
Ph ; S aE........Ol sie
CratOe ...........d.. .d
Pkc OHAer,. L..........Atooua
Pk OS W A...............Newberyr
Pk t J...........Newberry
Pkg : ...........Invernes
Grip aOot ..m..S. Petersburg
Pk C. W .........Rochele
Pk Cw, roCr.......... ...stahatta
Ba Cawell, J. ...........Chandler
Pkh Clark, 8.............Gtlineavllle


Bryant, W. 8...........Alhua plg
Bates, W. J............ AIlchus
Danks, W...............Alchua Pk
arnes, 8 ...............Alaheba Pkg
Iarrow 8S. O...........Alachus Box
Brown, C. B...........O...O o Cup
Bee. Henry..............Croom Pkg
Boykln, G........... Morristown Box
Britht, I. E............Altoona kg
Bell, W. R ......... Okshuha a Pkg
radwell. J. 8 ..........Alalehuap
Bohler, J ............ lbr svolle Pkg
Butterwick, O. C.... Drookeville Pkg
Ball. J .............. Brookavlle k
Brown, JN. ...... Broosvillle
Bruton ..............Mloaopy pk.
Brown, J. A.......... Mlcaaop ndl
tmrns, A. F........... rooksvie P kg
Burm. A. P..........rookevllt pkg
Baker, P ooob....... rooksvilleo B
Dialyes, A.......... Floral City hag
Brown. J. W................ .PL Pkg
Byrd. H ..... .Tarpon Springs Pkg
Rougne, I. C.. Mrs..Crystal River Pkg
Baukaton. A .............Trilby Pkg
lacon. C. 8. Co..... .Ualneville Pkg
Rtanton. BHr..... Pinemount, Pla pcr
Ilanton. W. C(....lernando. Pla. B1ox
Illitch, E. .I............Alachua pkg
Irown. U,. B........... AlachnaI ug
loll. A................. Holder Pkg
Ilrown F. ........Monticello
flranch... D....Tarpon Spring! Ph
lartl y. J. .... .Tarpon Springs pk
terry. H.............. Trilby i ox
Iolt, J. FI...... ..... .)unnello Pkh
ient. F H.. hilnnllfn Trk
Herry. Mary .. lhnnel)o' Pkg
Illouker I. 1... .. iunnellua u K
lloyd. M ... ... Alachna Pik
Hllluock Sam ... Alachua Pi il
IUtrans. A C. . Ualaersvll' lto
Ilartl.y, Rev S .. .alnevllle ino
lirNni.d W. taincfovilll Pk
Ilontloy. J.. . lalnesvtlle Phi
lIrown. A.. . alitadvlle Pkh
llrowln Hili. .. a. (lnervllle I'k
fi ntett. M ..... alne.ville
Irwooker 8. C .......(Glsvllt 8k
llrtdfleld. C. I.. (Lalnvwtlle Pk
lPrgans. David. ...Lake Rutler
Brown. ... .. Lake IAtler I lo
irokerr ..... .Hih Springs loz
IHtlman S..... High 8prtags tkt
Itlakely II .. Alarbua PkS
JtUlow A. 0 Brooksville Pkg
Itaxk. V. fW .Gainesville h
Alike ... .... (t..ahrrl Pk
Harne'tt W.. .(anevlle tkg
lianks. tian .(aineevtl
il1iah, 1. .. .. .....JperU P
Htron 1. R .. .Jaaper I'
Mrantle-v. P. M Jame i f HIoo
Itulh. %% A ...... Iunellon P
Irhl a (I. P.. ..unneltlo Pkg
learte,. 0. D. ...No record Pk
Hnown IL. .... lIeeblrg Ph
tanm. Mls M. ... I. ees rg l o
tlrakwr*. J. I.... ..lesba Ph
ihd. IH L.......... L meer lg
tryaspt. 'M ....... ... GlaTme Pk
ltrsoo. R A ....... Aelsollcer PV
tHlame. A. P .... re-Uta loe
Itll. P.. e. Da lke Is
kNyowu Pa CM. ... LMAsW Rem
ftow. J......... ...LAe6eM Tr a
tr..a W ... r-mte trVk rti
Raarer. J. ......... Mrntesu lgip
hgeer e. L.J. . ..- WGROita PhaI
Argg L ........... UIVE l Pa
t ..............lasheslSsP
Braswea W. .... almrle i aO
wImt A9. P.........* W iweP P
NOee. W. ......
;;w oo. w......... I w ili i


Pkg 0, Prlngb
Phi 0 ~.ring,

l'g 0odie
Bo GUWey S& f....Nrand.

HedleyRAU.E. ...... o :.bhinande
FgHalls, W. A............ .41acbwa
Hundseit ........... '....,Alachua
HgRom & INa. ... ..'*.*. .Jlasper
HUT* L*. Sprw-ingli
~H ommuja do U Go ,. m m I ",
Pks HarrookX4sl
PbS Ji? Mrke,.1...... .
Mwg Hurt, J. 9......g~dwlf
101p HeuderimAcoTrilby.~. C
SolFg winhrsm.L...
Hoorwoa& L City
1k Harrim. ,R ..... VilYule
PHOg 9 8uner. Li ........ Vileev

Pkg Holler, 13....... ,..qIeNVtIlII
2 Pks Rolloy, J. B ...l etsbbvlle I
PhgiI-& W. T ........... jai)(41

Pkg HewettLery ... .... .Lerog'

Delry, q.. 8............ Alachua Pkg Holden, R. G .........Danellom
Davis, J.................. chua Pkc Hood, T. W............ianellon
Davise H.............Ft.White Pkg Hill. M. 8............Leesburg
Duttoa Phos. Co......... older 3 Pkg Hide, 8. 0........H1li Springs
Dulnith, M. ........Dunnellon Pkg High Springs Hpraett.....High
Dunnellon Mer. Co... Dunnellon Springs Bad.
Davis, Joe........ Gainesvle Bdl H S
Da vs, . B........ ain sv.lle High springs I(ornett .....Hligl
DetavoM. B.......... Gainesv ile Sprngs Bnd.
Dutton.............Galinesie dl Hb Springs Hornett.....ig
Dutton. H. ....... .. sinesll le Springs Bnd.
Dingby, W. J......... BdGainesville High Springs Horuett.... High
Denesux, W. B..... High Spr in Springs Bud.
Del Henry .........Brooksvli le SiBdl H l ings H d'... .Hig"
Da il W N ...........New berry B.,.,.Spri ngs .B.d.
Dinkls, B..... .... Tyler gh Springs Hornett. Hig
Dean, A. ......... Waits Crossing sIpringsn B
Dillard, 8. N... ........Candler l So He ittlt. ...High spring
_revas.... "'".'.-.-"Tarpon springs ox HenntntonH. .L. .Hi Spril n .,
DrUgvae, W. ............Tarpon Springs Pk Hayes,Clyde...... ABroavil
Dooner. M. J........ anantonloe Pkg erbert................A
Davis, Miss Ida......Morristown Pkg Helts. ............Sa 8n ton.l
Daniels, Rosa.....High Springs Pkg ogy, W ............. Neberr
Dowing P. J .......Brookville Pkg. Harris. J.............Ntwberr
De s, J. ... Floral City Pkg Harrison, T.......... Nsvwberr
Dubose............. Gainesville Pkg Ho lt, M. J .......... Newberr).
Dubolse, W. C.......ainesvill e P k Holt.0 Tim. ..... .... Newberrty
Daley, 'Mack....... Dunnellon ox Henderson, B ..... nvere
Day, Nona ...........Dunnel n Jug Herrington ...........
Dixie Pot Co...... High Spring s Pk Hodge. W. P . ...... 4tO.:tol
Davis. B. S.........rooksville Pg Hdall. T............. ter
Dawkins, R. E. W......Stageno Kg Ix Hdal, W ......... iisitH
Jg BoxHarrlae, W.......... F ildl,
Eakiel, .........Clear Water Jug Halle, W. ......... Q_.| lll.
Ovens, Floyd............Altoona Jug Hall. v2............ ieVillh.
11ox HiI, H.......Tarpon' Up~ga
Edwards, N.. L........Dunedon .kx Hg, ._ e.. .." r O er
Evens, H. D. & Co.... WePrkg Huges, E. Lee.......... Over
Edwards, A .......iBrooksylv Early N ........... Brooksville rt Ha m"am. W. P ...8oaterlBid
ElN b Jr...........Newherry Phs Holte. Pul....t.r
1 R......... High Springs Pks Hilliaid, SIu.........U
Efland, L. D.........Sanants Pkl Heckins, R. K ...........
Edwars, ..........Istaec atta P i rHofman.r R. R ." ... 0;* I.
Evenas, H.-W... .Tarpon Springs Pk Haskins, R. M,... Clear Er
Bklel., E.......Ta- spring Pkg Harris, ... ^, .CleW~ er
In 1TI'rPkg Hardyl, Pat. .......... er
Prltag ............ nnello OAL THRE-
Ptateb Bros......... Alachuas wHarrion E. ......Maetlelo
Poster, L C...........Alachas Pkg Hill, IU 8..............Jaer
link, W. R........... Umatilla Pk Holloway, Mary......
Feature, A............Herando P Her do Hotel .......
Forts, Roy...........Dunnellon Pk Hammock, E. H ..
Fla. Ind. Com. Oo.. .Oalneevllle Box. Hatton, C. E . l..
Pla. Cris. Ad.......Gaineville Pkg Hasher, A. ...... s Ul
Fletcher. M. A......Gainesville Pkg Hendry, W M ....-...O Imv e
Poster, W. II........(ainesvillle Pk Hisdon. W. ...... qa Sle
Ftrankle. U. A.. ...Gainesville Pkg Hoplon, n. P ,.......S
Fant. F. ..........Morristown Pkg Haleta.. ..... a St pi
Fulfort ..................I o Pk Hillartman Co......L a
Fort, J. If..........Okahumka! 2C t Hill. J. E...........
Pldger. J...........rooksvillle i Pkg Haaeworth .......Lako
Frllix. J. M......... Trenton ,ox Hooks, A ..........
Fulks, I .........Center Hill It Hughes. V V............... by
Putch. C..............Alachua i kg Hicks &A llare.. 8t. Pe4
Futch, J. C. & Co ..-... Alaehua l'kg Iliemlngway. W...La. Uo ler
Flowers. W. B..........Crystal Pkg House, K J .....w... kle
Flarity. Rob.............Sagano, Ks Hartman, E-......... a Uo
Farbes. J. B........Floral ,City ik *lutcherao>, H ....wroiVUVk le
Ford. W. C. G4.....slap ille .
Fisher. R"...........Galnevetille 1 ox lnlterness lbr. Co.....Inverlees
Flaon. Ir..............GOlnesvle .
Fisher. C N......... ainr tliile JU Johnxsn. 8...........,A ma
ield44. 6WV........... neaillle Pkg Johiunum, W. B. ......M~ Io
Ptagerald. J. C......Galnativlle jl Inkin H. R............ r
Fraser. EllUa.........Gainesville I PB'k.las-I.Pr S li. Co.........- -
lrankel. R. J.........Gaine vill' aI NK Jo'e 8 ...........
r--:J-- ,U B ihox.J b.....l...B.bsi3i
Frwmrian & Co..........Jaspcr Jax.nlt. H. S ......... lw
F I 'l d A K ............. A i(sU ta J L t S ........0
SPkg Jouhinton, J. Bn.... ...naala

Gold. E. .......... Clear Water & C .........
f re". '. M. ..... P... nemnt rt or C.A
Randy. J. ..... Monticello. Fla. Pkg.leningi. J. A..... Il
(Grndy. J. R... . Mootteelo. : Pk Jordan. Annie.......ireetYIvW
rn, F M.......... Pbarmout t'-t Johnn, tros. ...tla l a.
(lalgsher. F. J.. .. Duao oanl Ct .Johuson & Was. ...WiliWh.
Iicdwirp. ILe .....Daunellon lkx Jacksun. Chas.......Deei lll
<(underson. .. .Dianllon Jug Jones. J. W...........aw61
Gre. M G .. .......f. inclkin Pkg James. Andrew....... vlb o
ti dh J J ........A.lbesa Pkg Jil. le P......... l
Gr.y. J ...... lae rille Phki .Jou E......... .....* . ti
Oxwad.I. . ........... a evila e PPk Jordan ...........
tIrm J I ....... .RlchBeadi g Jiruler.:. T ..... Tw
Grflimn. E.......... Rroksvlle P Jelks. I J ......
Orreu. J. J ........Br. osillel Phs Johnom. A........... 3I
Coomey. T. A. ....... Bro vllte Pk Jackson. Co. A Co...
(rnat. J ......... ... berry Pkg Jo ant......
eOwspr. lmaa ........ l.vuraeas Pkg Jose. Rlaln
Golde4. U. A........... .Tvt HoI Jones J F.......
(od y. Tbas ..........Tt. rt.a No J Jones. R. D .
Orem. W .............. Aloems Phi Janes. J. M ......
GateS W M... Taoe PSt e ag Pig Jiklnit. J. D.....
Gala C. M.. .Cl.- J e o hJohn. o. ..W..
(Mks11 James. Tarpes ris t Johaw. L...... .
GtIea. J. M............Alsimil Phg Jokaem. J. ......
at A. C..........-... It P JeraU is, J. a... .
Orsy. LAu e. ............ ....
_gOIM. ...... e a Khar. ..........
tl oe ......m0.i "P P aubies. ilA.......
0et. A .....i...... 5g ....
1t N. VA..... et..........
. ...I..m.. li IV.......
Q J K-k''. .. . *. . *-.-- a.

A. J ...... .... .....

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?ft n~n

- mmi us$sing tbomt old

or he old aoontltuton

io of *e Rtate of Mukchb*.
t .l eooptUttlom."
l e pass on its first
t Do ft Cru of Kew
.i t0e state of M .Ucl
tm. paM t* teo AUlihity God
| MiamiP ~~O tmdon and earn.
p iulit to MOure Thte blas.-
I M~~iligItrI to our posterity, do
dg, (l tittlUoa."

'Pr 91werem viewpoints. THE HORSE WON.
I 8 ag40 a party of American "--
p ale lsrely up the Sat the First Looomotive on the I.
e. deisre to celebrate and 0. Road.
birthday In sou appro The first Icorootire on the B.itima
b" lig. Their thef a-ording- and Obho had sals attached' so did
Sgreat frosted cke, upon the cars. These sally were bohrted
weapmls a t eonftedetonery a w.en the wind was in the right diree.
tts eOf George Washlngton tok as to help the 'ot'ootive..
blaig midUrlarbd himself with Tbe rivalry betwei(, the railroads
Wtee a c levements of his sub- using locomotives 1Ot those using
A Msted I gar. Wash- homes was very hit'r. In Augut.
wOes totaMMi on his head andI 180. an actual trlnI aot rweed was bed
st as G S e breast. be was between a horse iu,. of the pioneer
e10 W pipe and before bim a locomotive t. whi.Ii d,'l ,ot result lt
91 al girls were pero favor of the loeonioutl .. The race was
This W gs way the greatiies on tUe Bal u4orev n.1 Ohioe. the locomo.
ageorge Waudsigton looked to the tie IelOnie Iltllt y 1 peter (CoopeW,
Iab c6et. who allo cted ns ,itiineer.
In Chia waty' amusing instanu6eq of The horse. ip gnli ntt gray, was in the
aimr kl d iay be tfOnd. ".pil. hallit of pulling n e:r' on a track pSi
rlm'sJ8 o as receutly'tanslt. allel to that u'e1wI ly the locomnotlv.
i aMd Ulostnted by native artists At first the ray had the letter O the
bow Critias with a long pigtail. race, but when he was a quarter of I
e dungss SGiant Despair as the ro1e allied Mr. x'lt'r succeeded In
mlliar weode cageo f Chinese crmi.i4 getting up enioughli stemin. to pass the
ala, wbile the as es am arrayed in horse amitl terlflic n>pliuhi.e.
he latest prndetiuns of Peking dress. At that moment a ltand lippup from
Bakes. a bullet, and, "thouiih Mr. Coop*le f-
A Chiae"e publMetlo. once described ated his handR try Ing to replace It, the
nerleas as "lvtin for months with- enOine stopped anti ti horse passed It
at eatIg a oto l oftrice" j~D av. and came In the wiuner."-Vaa Nor.
r enjoying th velws by "sitting dien Manairfe.
oM~tly 5 a to@' ara am but.
MtedV ad a Hoa i "- g.
U a ."-lr HLoarding Is not only an ecse s
___ __mistake. but ,a ueconomie cdsg aS

W and His Sauff.
I the .itammlaa ad early forties
the al | favorite qpetaeu-
pf T, W s In London was
1ds giWatnrleo" In which an
11ala gatae p I renown
mNaa. Hs Imitation
the1 t lT Wab Uwrl that the
t Weaitaces aritad him
oApy -"Sm' amd the Interview
oi as loiwn Om wuai m of the
a W WdINDl~S" In at-
stion to he malaute detail Aft-
er rm plaal bb -ued the duke
"I obsuve Mr. Gemueral that 06
do not eae aa nefbo la the part, P
make the e arer tah as sna o
fber bib a tlamnt paet Peumi me
to eaable r to impply t e ll."
and his uMad the et wath
a 1wy balbaim va *'nbatledr."
Goomam- l.- theasket and
stomamd" 0t0 t a masese but
wahee he maead t be Wrohe to the
eoequvewar ~WMM d Iaspettul.
ly polated tMs d*blal was
Of set puppag -4 stlaliy tree to
history. NtWP* -bE I habit ot
thIseniag ~inA the powi lns teMr v Waloate"
Poets. LthM sam bmted wt

TheY Don LOWe Pua~ioe.
-if y"s W" I* bum bow
listu to the new" su of ow
antasly Ov Dgi Sodb dW iMM."
UaM a &S ma @%nnso

Weshwas A W4ofPssulefa
no ~ sSat Thmr
adth g mb

Theebm r.1bt
urbarnmSgge *bs
anythingo of~.m*
~'so~ 4au fil Amerm

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well It is, aIn fact, a IsurvWal t
evil days of maladministrMI. It
comes down to us from the di I""
nearly all overnimnt weve M048
or which considered thsemo i -
titled to plunder their useliWA, The
boarding Is fouled uopeM in t
the Novelnmnt.-aStatomSe, aGeln


IW. I mad
TsW iu hiu
leers the

A tast oseto the ilm dtS
paw &asodkm ow- b
ingbsd was oftlo a q
*sMm & It"M 1* wooft
SMMA we to- a go ow
- sGobw ad ftSowd
as rMumma 0 uIm fto w
aywoniings *d USdUS

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OlwetkA to the stomach. Per hesgtole our a
tired stomach, weak stomach, wlSj rnach,
stomoh and catarrh of the stw! A paapt% ,f.
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ONos over Dutbou & Co*& Bank
thom. 2800.Omawesvillo. FIa.

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Phone 200.


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The rdt tsshjuI istIe CtUMiI mbe~(
yd e New England and. 8outherzz Lim
Freightsesrvis e%**". JAC*OAIVUJ4, ROMY U sd
Osmlitagas Charles blmbo*W
'ia bbond... ....*.. ................Flom Lowasm.Whuvf, IP3el a
tsothboact...........- Free Pool of Washous5pii aft., jaehpstnyl 0
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on St%. Jobns$ Miwer.
ur.-asi; tilt ti-4 to osil do follows: L5a 4 JACUMINVta Lu. elbiy c1eeP%
botturtap)Aat 4:90 p, m. iReturporig,. sys. tANrvall I daily
-evewopk Ilandaye. as 1,,:W )a nm. 0- 0-- -

w..n 8c EDUL tM .N LFl
1eae 3:30 p in......... . . . . .J oaville ..... .. . D*ue 6:00 Wa.,L
Ieave 9:00 p. m.............. ... IS v 10:00 p.m.
14ave 3:0o a. u ................... .... . ve 4:00p. .
eI ave .................. ... .li'refaLanl) .. ... Iave It0 p.
Due 9:00 a. an..................anford................ lasve 10:00am.
Due t0:30 a. m. .. . ........... nterpre . ............... leave 10:130&a. '

Pasenger and Tieket Offoe, 1t2 West Bay Street. Jae&kenvilll
It II. ItAYMOND, VIce-Preldlent and Uueral Manager. New York.
I1. E. MAYNARD. F. T. M. A. C. HAUITrIY. 0. P. A..
Pier .6,. N. R.. New York. Pler ,1 N. R,. Now York.
1.. A. ,CIOItrIl C. A., V. M. IRONMONOUR. I. 0. P. A.
l hsburg. Pla. JhMakwavlle, Pla.
L. 1). JONES, T. I. A., JOHN PENORM. T. P. A.,
Jick.onville.. ria. Pler 3., N. R.. Now York.
C. P. LOVMLL, Asent. JackMsovlilo, la.
General Olee*, Pier 86,North River, New Tohb.


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* matters of Geasa Interest G8tb
ered by Our bports.m


tWhat Has Happened and What .
Going to Happen Told In hrt Pare
graphs Go Tha'rto Who Ruas May
Read" It In T ean.

About 0Co4 Lier 1~pmNoo,
Bo many patentmedles and ad-
vef e a are mo Qoffa e to the
public tat ,we want to the spe-
del atsmlo of the peqi of aine-
TWO to the f"ot Vha ISo tI not
in amy stosese cret or pktent mndw-
Por .est amedltal men the world
ovw h I the art toiee
sad lOUlUtve' h ta otaated la

Fine MUalp grapes only 20 o0 04 the 6' W 'r btrt o ZoxTo Ct HOB. A.A I& HUrU tea prominent
,. ,~,~ R..M doIl.l. oler. t$& from the attorney of Live Oak was amog thoee
Ps Pound at. Aa e r a
"7" hivenythift see ist WivM ,tel eal whisk B- who ape* yesdat In th0 city. 4&L
It 1&a III asa we nt Gtio veto&p the hb ben the problem Hmmphrea -s on profeeseoal busi-
Savrtd thwatco- u I. nes, bt to oeso to make om
W. M. Baroo of Oos" wasa fs- T 9a majiON a B .hmtrda by observatemos and declared that we
ees visi to r to this ty ye two, t rel bN, ad the We sag up with hie own town In
Mrs, 8. 0. ay of Mioaopy wwas r-n t V a deol U aodero "ood the line o ahead," which was,
the city yesterday, a uest of relative liver preparation wtt t o., aade he said, beat compliment he could
T J. Cone, the lumber manufacturer by a sent~O extrOctve sad corea- tay the city and its people.
bf Raleigh, transacting buies trading process from frshodW livers W lUUm Prie, who operates a can-
t this city yesterday. ta Combtata with ppt ~torm nry near Melrose, was In town yester-
Remember the Ganesvillei Dalry the m edap heall, body-blld. day and mde The SB a agreeable
when in need of milk or crdam. O T. 18 elements of od liver oil, but no call renowig his subserDilo. Mr.
mZbaomk. M. Phonedl 7 .... oal.
stabrook. Rir. Phone 176. oiL% Prioe puts up as aloe canned goods
Oranberries ton cte per U Asm y builde ndas can be obtained anywhere In the
while they last, ,t Reeder's r tor W old people country, his peaches and tomatoes be-
and groceryy Store, West Union treetdre we ak, run-down sonas, after ing especially fti. The peach crop
The Semi-Weekly Sun was printed m band to O honoa o s was short lat year,-however, and his
eold, Bronohltis, and all throat and supply wq on .e ehust.
yesterday and extra copescan be ob trble, Vino is unexoelled. y lon c exhaute
talmed at this one for ive cents each. Try t on our offer to return money R. A. ker, after several days
Remember Dr Frye, the eyes-o bt it ti fall to tive stlsfaetUon. W. spent Ith city with his family,
ppecr Ust, i still-at e Brown Hoee. Johnson, Druggist. aevllne, Florid. left for N York yesterday, where be
Have glasa fitted before It is teoo .. .... . .. will rescue his run as mate on the
late. Do you eat orange? If so call at Ward LAe steamers between New
i'rlends of Mrs. M. J. Cannon will Reeder's store. West Union street. Yrk and Mexican points. Mr. Becker
'be pleased to learn that she Is up 500 dosen for sale at 15 cents per l been connected with the Ward
aghin, after a few days spent In bed doxen; two dozen for 25 pents; one, Line for some tlmp, and holds a most
with la grippe. cent each by the hundred. r0 ,e*Ut poeitlld being the Brst
W. C. Croom, Rtate bank examiner, Inquire of those who have been mate, se= d In command of the
In *th 4t u..t~ awu nn J-II -_J h_ er f_ -- n I d ship.

, was 1 e 9V 9*7 7n u m al
bealness. I In making his regular
ol.ical toqr of the State.
' Postmaster Atwater of Waldo was
Ia the city-yeterday, having come to
S ttfad the meetin of the county Re-
pmbUbu executive committee.
The Woman's Auxlilary will be open
a atua umornlug lan Doruey's
Chbaa Palae, and will have for safe
Id8 lads of good thlag to apt.
The SMlbbse Noord-TU years
a, o One Blue Bimoa
ireeva4li have eamNed and hA l
Amlt i dealers aNad 9omuuf.
Mr. 'irs. it clyW Johbaue o
Waldo j0ela ove the birth
a fae serl. whih Came Th ay
riods are easondln oomgrat lat
L ,L. t athrey, oae 6 the reir
tive ttlisen of Roebklle was a wt~
come visitor to The iai ofce yeter-
day, calling to renew ble subsorirptoi.
ti"orge P. It in tlhe city. Mr Hied has bee l-n-
dali|Nmd foer iwontes time, and came
hoit' ll AIi l til hoi-thltt ho'bould ro-
gilln 'it hel alth
J -1 ('titni'rl)> lof liisiie as Itn tbwn
ye't'rhiil ad r to Th tn I, l brought( a load of
Otirc, Wi'tN I|Ntatdn( t to town, w~ch
lih readily disa ofwd of.
.. . I I a


evrvj Ub yU, r rye, ltU Weye sligt spey
clalist, and then you will be anxious Remember the musical at the
for a pair of his glasses before it I* opera house tonight under the aus-
too late. Room 13, Brown House. pice of. Kirby Smith Chapter, U. D.
too late. commemorate the birthday of
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Smith of Perry Con. R.2 e.mora the birthday o
spent yesterday with friends In this, e-25 cents-will be charged, to be
city. Mr. Irath had an opportunity; ?e-26 cemt;-wll be charledto be
ity.of rookn b at d opportunity, devoted to the benefit ofthe Old Sol-
of looking about the city, and says diers' Home and the University schol-
he w gr psed withwhathearship. Tickets can be obtained at
.w. Whththe store of Phillip Miller or W. W.
N. J. Whitehead and 3. A. Remmel

Of Moilree were In town yesterday and
had. Theo un a pleasant call. Mr.
WhltdeA it oan old newspaper man
and always feels at home in a print.
ins ofls..
le 0. Lynch, .Grand Chancellor of
yIIlts of Pythlas, L. J. Burkhtm,
Wmaaaase and Dr. J. H. Colseon.
Seathib astle Knights. attended the
istrlct ameeUns at Waldo Wednesday.
lnd all report a good time.
at* A d f... #arm

J. R. Moorshead of Ocala, county
surveyor of Marion county, and one
of the cleverest citizens of that county,
was In town ,,on business yesterday.
Mr. ;eprhebed, who was for a long
time connected with the Plorida State
Troop, is well komn throughout this
seeUo, mand his frhmdis are always
glad to see him for the "ftn" he used
to afford them in the annual tamps.
being one of the most original men

?. Wb mIYmmi

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4ttaMe, ggstwal asemp-Yom ares
rspeattlly vied by the Kirby
Smith. O~~bFr attend a musical
at the boU ei tealght to con-
me.on"atf day. Joha MkoGrdW, Adjt. Stonewall
Camp.' -
B. W. tfts ot Hawthorn was a
welcome o ltr i to the Sun o"ce yes-;
terdy, iwbi hi dWe becriptilon for'
another Y*. M'. Watt s beeo a
reular M eabi-er to this paper sineo
Its Art eao, and has never been
it aff s ar ore thae three
mondis at a" one time d riK the
p't uarrte o" V ertry.

Capital Stock' $1000,00060---
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J. L MIllR B. D. Cmwford J. F. JackUon
Wm. B. StW&ert Dr. M. H. DePau T. W. Shand&

Cm. A. Faicloth

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Did you expect something for Christmas that you biaid to re-
ceiAve ?-ome piece of Jewelry you had your heart upon?
And did Unle or.Father or Mother giveyou a "mIy pres-
ent" instead? Perhip 'tie bettor as. You c aneehe and
select exactly what yon wish. We have me mom eltt ivest-
meant to ofta you in every conceivable kinS of. Jewel, and
tM dealingkre you have the assurance of getting eac y what
you thinku get." No trouble to diow goods. OLI1)
OLD STIC PINS from $2.00 up.

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5 Cents Per Line c.TOOuy r ae.
Each Insertion, but no advertise- the oldest esablsOhed
ment taken for less than 20 cents. Six b* equppedt and the p0a
words make a line; no fractional lines, gentlemen, and children. / .
every word over each six county an Y TEteona
an additional lie. CASH in aad.ano. TE 8 _Imaental,
must accompany all orders for laser- -M ait*.
tions In this column. WESTERNN STAK, OHNOP,
WANTED-MALS HELP. Regular Meals Tradin 'Tilfets.
-WANTD-To-n-wht-- -manfo We do not promise som' ti for
WANTED-Young white Nan for nothing, but gl/e you the b", 00
den and orchard work; salary $30; it posibl at s re& asMpornic. 4#
competent and trutwerthy, $35 at-, Speelia suppe, for patm 'd e as
ter six mouths. Aply P. O. Box 373. short notice as polble. E good
. .. ine mo. Open e ry ando .
LOGT. te dete sra CAPs. Om to:

wS -Wa mY Tm wWe s to In camp. -_ __-__n.__._-.aI I we ui so dowhat i
Ab bu me black mule ar, heaund vy The sale of unredeemed goods which LOST-Pointer p white, heavy llv.
a* bore male. slender built. weight have accumulated In Ut ofees of the er-colored spots. Return to J. D.
about 1,000 pounds. Notify J. R. Southern Express Company, commonly Strtngfellow.
about 1,000 pound.. Notify Jr. kuown as the "Old Hos Sale," will
Willitas, Alachua, and receive re take place i this city on February L OST-Plait solid sold beauty pin on
ward. th roth. A list of thee articles will the square. Liberal reward for re-
Aon the promnetvisitors to this e fnd in tay' Sun and the turn of same to thisOce. o U ,
clever alid ucwa ful travelln freight same is well worth your careful p- I 0ST-.Ou Wednesday last, in fr t of So eitn
aent o the Souther railway, wh ratial. We have known some valuable John Aleck's fruit store, brown salll-
akent of theaduathern railwayckwon articles to h bought for a "song" at gator-skin hand purse contain ing Cbe-
nillaks his idquar thi terriJackson-ry at. e sales. Look over the list and tween three and four dollars lu all.
re itgl ar s i n,rvalsi t..the iaterrittofro a
regular intervals in the Interest of h rmake a note of what you desire' to hid 'er. Liberal reward for return of 26a i
line, on. se to H. H. McCreary.
lon. h>4elds Warren hba returned aTIv .- AU.I
ta his hlos at Apaehirola. where THE DISTRICT MEETING.
'he has bXMn with hant d wtre fwr te root MI-- i
he a bre with his gtxd wife fM r the Knights of Waldo Had a 1ig Time on PFOR RENT-Two furnished rooms.
was womeklled to rturu on accountS Wednesday evening. AIpy 304 W. Church street T.F.
of 'sutles In the land omce here. but The district meeting of the Knights FOR RENT-Npw oFeroom cottagIe in i
his, wtf will remata for a few days of Pythia,.. which was held at Waldo South Gainesville. Apply at Boul- UNDERTl
longer wiT her parents. Judge and Wedesdav venaing. was well attend ware's store or a o wsee. ---
Mrs. Joilaston ed, and tho.* who were present ex - --..
The' ladle of the ('atholic" hurch pre med themselves as bhalu well F'OR IRNT-Two k down-stairs FULL
had a delightful meeting at the huee pleased with the meeting andi all that' rooms for light housekeeping one
of Mrs J. W McCollum Thursday at transpired block from ri tre. Apply Sun offlc. NEW
teroono. the purpow being to arrange T.h n.ietilg was preceded oder by - -
for raisingiu subcrlpthmsn fr candles ea P luorrts, I strict Deputy Grand i POR SALE.
ftor the cburch ftr the comnr.g )9.yar ('hanrellor. who presided with his "FOR 'AI-.E Rack arbonty'- AuGn
.The mtuting proed quhitru '.ttl 5 w Th as thb nimatt,-r tf rllitig fruult cain*'sork., ut many points ( Interest to The Sun omee. *a 11
settled witthout di4fulty Ithr e ot.'r 'cr discussed, after a hich - .. o
C C W Wells of Alarbua .as. i the. thl l,p .-t i lBavttled to svUtir. <'t(R ,SAI.K -txty Iarred flymouth,
city .e.terda. Mr \i'W1,. he i, h h e**** retly enjoyed Kock i Write W. T. Joaes. Ft1 r as
e ( of the lkadali farnmrs uo t b.' Thll e.s tin provd a t ejo) White. a.. R. F. R F 3. X. & n2 Ue a
count has Jst AnlbstA klllta htA, ah!e* n one %%r. orrs smed full of ... .... m
takitn 4vatate of the iAxl weather lif' and '* 'er, sad all the dIh.t.aite. Por the b prtw ftatiosery call
Ie has killed tweuty btead. allf rat "I41d to be with him a The a o
and 0i0e. and has )et M in the d d .
M r W el kt b t*w vr,. t is .. b us. a nd JA5. htn kMr latk l JAS CRAHAM P CEh W. HYDE Vbe th ,H. L TALttO c. C, IA C"RAN
and healthiest in the cb utryI
SMrs. I C TaybeW and Lathel r Lambh,
who have besF t oW for the past f IRew
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