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.
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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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Related Item:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by:
Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
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Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news


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IL. XXIV, NO. 295,




RA CURREICY IS. eer Testamnt Filed for Prqbate In
the City of Chicago.
-* A- ^ChaIO, Jan. 1S--"There shall be
rw A by t h Ai t R IfT ribed upon by tomb In German and
ddF g b in irge goldmn letters tihb epitaph:
M ME SL "Here lies the sleeping beauty.'"
-- This ~a( one of the odd provisions
UO OF AMUT 00, In the will of Mrs. Alvin Schaeffr
U OF A0which waS filed for Ir:obate Thursaiy.
She was 46 years cd tan dle two
Inndment by Snater BIMlteem. eks ag. S: O vLas tl divorced
wite of Henry Schaeffer. a well known
etrets Join With Repuiloans In Ad Chiago hotel man. Mrs. Schaeffer
vmyy of Met of the Fatures of dpoaee of $30,000, and practically all
i N Ot it, except small annuities to broth-
This ill, It *. er and nephews living In Madahurg,
mashintel D. 0., Jan. 18.-Atter Germany, is to be devoted to the pur-
lo nteo,ot the Ueteo ooamittee Po S of Ivling festival : for the Ger-
Sflnce'lbe #m* be, of the oo- man children in this city.
utee were ip possesie ot ir Ides 'he will provides that a "weeping
what rhAe the Aldrich laiacJ willow tree and a tnniohtone, the two
will be i whe HIt Is reported ot to eceed $5n0 In cot," bo placed
week. There wil be no mre bove er grae.
1en of the OomuItee uatil Mon- It is also reiquote,l that Mrs. Schaef.
when te ou amendments for's poodle dog, 'lottile," be given
1h have be brdaly evolved to "one of the richest families In the
rough the general disomale of the cty." and that $2 a week be set
Il during this week. will h Iner- lide for the cog's nlaintenance.
rated in the mensre.
It is stated to be ractically certal SOUTHERN INDUSTRY.
t the limit of extra currency which
I bill preibh s r will e raed Investments To Be Made In Several
$260,50,000 to $500,000,000. New Manufactories.
IMt of the members of the com- Baltimore, Jan. I.- Among other
Mitee believe that this ire Is t1 newr Industric to be established in'
x'te uhWiwi* that thisrn tro Is a hhe
high for a ti e of emergeasy the Southern states~ aHkn, the blanao
a heavy tiha o ourrenenot facturers' ytnold ohi h -ek notes the
Sdeoaded on eemorty of the pro following:
drtbed sort, sad under thq dseoribed Baltimore. Md., Jan 17.-Partles
SThe tu oae the emergency le at Dadeville. Ala.. tontemnplate the
M will not, it I believed, be plMed establishment of a small plant for
her than 6 e oe, which the bill carding and spinning ~tt ton i rto ar
aw provideeand knltting the yarn Into hose. while
As amendment offered by Beator sa Atlnta knittIng mill Is planning
Biley reduce the mrired popo to establih another plant In Georg a
4kI of a uunty or meapalrty Vho- #at a cost of about $50,fM. I
4of are ty olre" ta currency *Milll at Wake Forest, N. C., have
heafs Are t Wparo is a o urreny -W pe anAddition three storlpe
m fIroma 0000 to 10,000, 1i expect- completed a addition thre storiP
m to re .0ve the support tof a lBort- high which li bleng equipped with
So.oe omelttee u accord in t. 5 6,000 spindles and 186 lIoom at a cost
Soflble report te be mropted. This ofbout $100,000. I
wlln permit maler town of Jut a flls at lrmingham. Ala., have
meat a e agend t of ommesourate omplsted the instlla on of new
prswrlty wlt4 the lauer towA ta weavieu machinery and mlls at the
prtielpyie in the be tl of the Imea*s cty of Greenvine, 8. C., have ales
rn. aded4 to their equipment,

A democrtla merer of the a m-
Ilttoe assert that the mtaority as a
whale It not la faer of a bill pI.rv
Ita a currency based O securit of
overament bond, bot belan uable to
prevo a avorable report o such a
memore, they are making It their duty
so far a It lie in their power to make
it a effective a I sure of that a&-
tu uas possible, sau they are, there-
btre. Jotalac with ropubloan In ad-
vocacy of mtL of the features of the
Airloh bill.


New York Reoublleans, After SItter
Fight, Fall to Act
New York. Jan. 1.--After one of
the bitterest fights In ts existence,
the New tYrk county republican oom-
mittee adjourned Thursday nllht with.
out bavln Inodored any candidate for
the presidential nomination. An at-
tempt to take up the tabled resolu-
tion Indorsing Governor Hugbeu failed
u&6 the matter was adjourned for one

__A vote on the strJight question of
Deplorable Fatmly Trae Ocur at IsdorlI (;oprnor luN*eos r ny
Daviden, N.0. other prmiderltl candidU u wanever
Davidqon, N. C., Ja. 18-A brntal reoed There was no d0obt of th
mIr r wu comittW hee ThUrda veieod Ise, however, and the out-
grtn.tao me ahei gor, .a spoken supported of the governor
r8er.9 oenr ixty mr e, W up equwrely a& st t oMde, wo
htied wilt a a hib S. I re eittler frli Dllyo to caadldacy
uNrderw fled, sooopaaied by his1 of Seret7ry Taft or opposed toA U
14. but both were arrmstd sea dorsment b tbh co* 1 itte th&I
reMieio U. CN t I_ UseI
TbIe rnmam of theo try iatnred DIED FROM EXPO4URI.
aO th dauahter et the ead a --
wn th"t towtg a altereatlta re M n M, 2 yers of Ag e Weded in a
ud to arela, the Ia wet hfwm Wooden eN, Fre seo
tat t)h -ar t s a @W Ol 2 cap. Jan. 1s.-A- dpase to
ot ew weese a It e1e n rt w tht t Ahe ReonrHer'd from OrrvUe, U.
* of a asa I t. oeath. The I
S oreMetI the lae, a blwr as HIs limbe frse i a sight s1pet
'. m** ihe daCer r~ ed eait wadged la a wooden es t ie Wbi
o ad er fther p art. t adi fallen hbed i at his me
Te thae mUa 4 et rfevr here, Jamo. Ta1art r ,n eod aoe.
"rine 4 Gr91gersy I 1s )AI nto **de of Major eniie ?*srt., o1
CurNaotte I A.. s case kmno s at e*I

Dogs as polleesso
w'York, is&n l8-4uh.*am~
b@!t~aabomas4. andthe Ameslan Wl
a. whiab hvapbeeosome amI
tmbderla trails i sa I" do"OfI
I~Ibmsv, abe ut o5it l dmi
,'dadzs &and wft ahesadew amSeI
pme he p pod n*5 omuf4
"Vae 1heo 'S Wbe ow bit A
W M00 4by the 1460W1Mb pGfW.

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wwoetine* friend .M eIbies" ueida
the NOW Tork wior bevotmi ?n7%
pit ba bo w Ilby. be eiplaeo
ball -en- oar a uawl*Sof-mom

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Reuatkab Esca pe ro DeatL

of Mitish Ship's Crew.


Caught in Fierce Snow Storm, Veo.
,il WaetWrecked and Crew Thrown
Upon Bletk Coast, Where They
Faced Wintry Storm for Hours.

St. Johns, N. 11., Jan. IS -The
particulars of tIe r'nlaRirl>ilo escape
from death, and the s!rry of the pri-
vations enthired by the crow of the
British steamer Tolle;-b, thlich was
wrecked ten rilin.;mi wes ot olt (a Race
on bMonday, we', learned frui muen
who arrived here Friday.
T'be Tolletlh) was b,; 1',I from CGal-
veston, Tex,. for HIN., France.
with cotton. lrlarting ,niiw~torm
Monday the oftlcert lobt itihii hIcarlags
and the sbi'p struck ou -tlbmi.e'rget
ledge at the foot of a ,t,*:, cliff
A crew of twenty fomui nt.vs stanyetr
on the, \t.'e.el fourr l u r. .l.1 before
darkne'ss fell, the stlon .umIlenly In-
creased to a heavy iale lillmense
waves wopt t 'IP d'c(!Bs ur 1 '',,' p u( s d-
Ing of tho .ms ti~llnally br,,; :ho line
of the sbeamer. 'Ihre' ; put over te asidl, Ibu all weet
samthed to pieces.
The crew then consilrueclerr rafts
from furniture and iundedl on a nar.
row beach at the foot of a high and
steep cliff, riaohlng for mlis n aeth-
er direction.
The men were little better off than
when on board their vessel for the
tide rose and threatened to sweep them
from their position.
One Jaring seaman, with a rope
about his waist, succeeded In scalUn
the cliff. He was able to haul up
three others of the crew.
The risain tide cut of all chances
of the other men reaching the rope
ad the twenty me were forced to
elaad oe a single hillkok of aad for
nineteen hours. Most of them auf
feared from fraot bites.


it is Sold Governer ISmth Will An.
nowne Candidacy Son.
Atlanta, Jan. 18.-tU eeme to be
a generally accepted fact around the
capitol that Governor Smith is going
to announce tle candidacy within the
next two or three wewks for the I'.
8. senate.
The i uTernor's prospective candle
dacy for the oMnatoraip sl, In fa r.
toe one absorbing topvl* around whirb
capital Pgosp centers
Almost every day there is ome new
report of his having m'ted his Inte-.
tlon to some frlted, and the report I
belng repeated with more sad more'
With some belle tu eome to be
almost a ettanlty. and theft are not
a kfw politiul proppert whvoe ren"
tatloe is that dlreCltPa will be bIly
shatterd should the reerer MIll to
make them ood
rrr ~- P AW0.

selee. Ibe, Mais May *ae *eel(e*
Dandites for P rsenjey.
New lort, Ja. I8o-AtMtM D
ayww4. whbe re'uatly aaitted
e a e arg, ed murder atI Sse, s.e
be. Is to New York. havita avred
IuIsedp alght
lie was ree#ed wgl'b ethelsie by
the New Tort era'sts. He wil
aeer with m es* Debe. pro'
senaMy estdfeS the msve to smae,
Haywv4 the social' aedi8Lte S
the re a at at mthe east OeLets
Deb"e was the eorslM ANesadldUae at
he last predeata **etesam.


Watchman In New York Aesaulted and
Probably Fatally Injured.
New York, Jan. 8.-Burglars at.
tempted late Thurasdy nltht to enter
the room In the Amerlcan Mrseum of
Natural History where the famous
Kuni Morgan collection of precious,
stones and gems Is kept anml John
Kenny. a wathnian, was probably fa-
tally Injured before they were driven
At a late hour Kenny wua making
his rounhl, a nd opt'elt a door leadiln
frT m the main cvrr1ilr Into the stutfedl
bird rloom fnrmu which double Iron'
do,>rs ltnmid % ito the rem rtoomH. As
he opened this ouit;er dtlr. he was sud-
denly struck on the head. prosumnably
with a hammer, and half stlllnd.l He
quickly grappled with his l APaIRatt
but the later d itw a plptol itud fired
a bullet which piatssd tlhirouh liNeny's
hand. Then trlking Kenny a blow
In the( face' that kn)o(eced him down.
the burg'ar evw'aped.
As so'on a4 Kenny rec',vered ~ ilm.
clentl he utinlmonned the police


Tight Lid Likely To Be Clapped on
Chattanooga. Tenn.
C('hat!tI lene T.loiin .l.t ti> hl
Cllty il r stilill teo tti eie uni 'er t 'l,
'"li:u lai s ('l'y .Att% rrnt' ('ihanm
lee I asx hamnil ,l on an anopntoi Iin
the Imattemr f the i mhIOVlI i'rtu lr'
iho ojpern!! i on Hin sli.y. % thilh,
m1 i) It iult in r'Itle iieF 0,ve' ry ilr- t
store, sods fountain, cigar slal...
newue-tand, shoe polishing parlor and
every other concern of like charactl'r
In the city on the firat day of the
According to T S WIhe. hair
man of the bhord of public safety, it
only remains for "me one to file
complaint ans the pollte will Inaugur"
ate a series of "blue Htiamla) a
There will be no amumemrnt places
open net Sunday.


No Clew to the layer of Dyer Coun
ty, Tenn., Farer. I
Nashvlle, Tnn Jan. 1l John
Davis. a prominent farmer, was found
dead ta a wmoe lot t ear his home
In IDyer county. TnnoesO. Thursday
The body ws hurled at a depth of
A Intlec 11and the base of the skilll
*as cruieid In as If struck with as
as Davis Aad bes misinsg since lst
'r day night and whea he left home he
ha. $ 166 with bhi When found
the money wasMu mlwit. asd it Is sup
posed be was klUed for the purpose
of robbery
No eln bhas eesn di6ovierd tas to
the perpetrator of the crim

To Celebete Leo* Srthday.
Atlasta. Jan 18 I'rollmlBaay ar
ranerent hvs been medo fhef *e
celobraetlr of the 101t analverary ov
the birthday of )eoeral Hebewl I4
by Atlanta crap No li. l al. d <'on
frvirate Veterans, The ce.lebratll
will take place s In e BlaJ ofhe
boure of rereseeIattles o Mnay
several. Jan to. nd Hon James L.
Absdb~,. ef Atlasal has beeIl
Igal&ed by tbe cam as the erae f
the orease The *meiaMI paes f
the program and other feateI are
i 1tearge of e Ieo [awter ef tle (G o
given velist fefr 12400.
aretteli a ,. Js Li TSn.* ePty
court #4 rayeflmrtle for the post ow
daye hbe e"s uslged tla te rtIa
ef tme roe FA MUs Mary l rker
e siserlrals 6asmiet the vakeabrs
AWIwry emwapsre v r. IwNr the ra reajpy roepyn r t a* hl;ua ,f
ber bestada Naatha Lere as& **as
6er I t e eemseool's **peymst.

nf InN MoWI*g # iv5 F lor. pirebog etee t & S Cesevh.
O. taubs Woe. (t. J5 Jo s best".W;1a nwAr e
lanbrYa as salbkie" at a w bJ' *Uy i ,l m aeff y
piewo "I evw ed wadem"A' f ecesyndwshe oed Cs'GOWMhie
Is 00 Sippore. a Iaw usI a to tw et w "M. a a W"of
bwo T"&"&m OW e aw80wam i.we"oe f aSolato"*
ow pife5spoalli e OWb *dw. g amw"a* .00141"iSof tbe wanio
IV3 b" we. so beftl Mas0u 11 el a w No&" mt"
4w Ift ft" mor No sdo" m go to4
AL I* an an
a..:.~ ~ 1heb sgedwa.

$250,000 LOSS BY FIRE

asi c Temple at BatimI Ib

Practically I ytn .


Fire Was Most Spectaoular One-D.e.
Ing Work of These Who Feught the
Flameo--4cond Time Maeonlo Ten.
pie Has Seen Prey of Flames.
ltllilmore. Md., Jan. I.--The Me-
aoni' Te'mple. on North Charle
set*,t, belutw'n Lexnllgton and Bedal-
go streets, was gutted by fren early
FrdlJ*a All of the structure above
the ew onl story is a hollow shell.
\,Ir it t uite olil t IP l'aIIs rotestant
hpl oopal church, ad)(ninn was
thih-tr l eIsI
'lhe bil:ilng, whilth is ownod by
t'he i(;aI i hIgi* oi f ' ie in.
;::rol for $.0III0.0t and the ooantest
for $;1,,000. The first floor of the
strutitue wan. occupied by sevenl
storew, all of which were lsnagaed by
Witl eIII
lithe uil,'r l!,%r'e were debated te
lod r4onlus, all of whltio werw elab-
orn it s nu itiunv, momtily) tirnlshed.
'livere. ~ere aleo in Ith I Ilihtin.i many
twn l' l p,1 altllings
''he los c4ii Ol llklMnl :nd Maostle
E)q(Icpmel.It was plela'l at 1260,000.
A. the building burned as freely U
ItiegIII themle wasr 1nt a drop of waler
helul used, the seeo was meot pe'
tarsIsr. The flames leeped In the air
to the herlgtt of several hundred feet.
tilumnnatlng the surroadlng neg ai
borhood as brightly as day, while
the building for several square
around were IIghted by i he relectioo
One of the Inoldents of the Ire wa
the daring of a squad of ladder r
who, dpite great sheetof tame a
eloedb of smoke pouring rehm he
windows, crawled wttm a hoeu the
eornles on the main moof ad remal-
ed there for nearly allf as bOr.
The latensity of te heat esa- u
gret quastitloeg of tiles to fall )bt the
Ireme remained at their poet de
seIte the mtistle aed dineted a
srrea of water into the Intertor.
Inch by Inch they fought the Ie
hark until the water tower was placed
1' psilton Then they were ordered
The Masonic temple Is a feur eory
dlfIoe with a width of about 100 fee
o ( about 34O feet to as alley Is the rear
rf old At Paur h ruroh. The marble
ront was scarrat qad ctipp4e by the
lames, hut Ith four wall, ewiig to
helr Ihtlcknies, stad practically las
Thsl ti the aecod time that I*
maurime 'emple bu bee a prey to
lame, it having lee boe dtrod a
'hrle'maa day, 1114 At that UIe.
mwbevr, It wa used aIsgelp as a the
eer told Porepaulh's) ad the Ms-
ei or iwpted b a t omparetlvei
title pertlos of it


Foree Ve Ye "NeIOI HN Iea NMewd
SThem'w e ae w by Nowvw.
ptaMeM. Maes. Jan. I--Th'm.
Sas Sate wob t7 year o14, re awaey
t"m b her ere t In tlid fle was
a sale with the Caifltforeia gI M f
ad4 It wO suPPoed4 that be gas II
to that tate. I t. -a oaoe t hab h
tr4 Ie pestr a t, u Ioltea o '
true of hbi weae ewaI
Al Wmear e al brother., taftl.
*o resides at wwcrte. se he a
1 TbuOa" Rate l a r Oter f th
'aftnlorsia soldiers to the dtU l m r.
&Ater eafwh currroopodbr e, he g
his bror er to the tal eo e&s Mw
ts Ylaea**. lie w mte 0aere. i
a day ew tas Aee.eered a reply fb
tae b6otbke hI ebd heard seMals so
is fty *ea reses

PFea(el ef IPe4 SwW .
ara aem, a. 3S.-a w
metal dI stw ae n-ti - ow
O*r ad Ise 5 -d aeWW1-- -.

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TO BE ilT O '

Interesting Ceremonies Bxpcted
to Transpire at Co0rt H oo,


He Will Make the Memorial Address. W IUW JlwW
Veterans of the Oray Are Expected &aq"M t 1 i
from Every Section of the County. 11b Slwi
Invitation Extended Publlc. W k
It is expected that Oanesvillle *wll him r po1 i. e M Ra
be visited by many old veterans Mon- 0 1- A s id r w la
day from every action of the eoun- diI--IlillMubhteded
ty, as this is the day set apart for a1 p~e to p&educ
the commemoration of the birthday 0 a 0 a a
of the lamented Confederate General A l e as-M
and hero, Robert B. Lee. AS l e. .
Once each year those pray-haired
ei veterans, who nearly half a cen-
tury ago took up arms In defense of A 0GtAT SALE.
the cause they believed was right,
take great pleasure I coming to her L. J. Burkhlm Oftera His Entire Stock
to commemorate the memory of their of Suits and Overcoats.
departed leader, and the program and L J. Burkhlm, the "get-the-habit
seesm are usually very Iapnrlve.
man," is out this morning announc-
These heroes of the lost cause nare his great "Need-the-Money Sale."
byatay dithere shin as thie yaI go At this sale Mr. Burkhim proposes to
sell any suit of clothes or overcoat In
scattered Uatosghot the conentry. and his entire stock for just one-half of
they make a good show as an assamb. the regular selling price. Mr. Iurk.
be eere will be at 10 lm states that any man can come Into
S o i ta "sstore and buy for cash any stlt of
o e ato the Aodenfw dt f oon clothes or overcoat for one-half the
det of the University o porld d price marked thereon. I He will give
bargains that will astonish the oldest
Oea of the most eloquet and widoel tns of Gainesville, a ys that
read peers the Soth. il d this is the firt strictly half-price sale
liver the memorial addres. All
Dmighter of the Confederacy, Con- ever put on in Gainesville.
federate Veterans, A. R., and the "Don't take my word for it, but
public gearally are extended a cor- come to my store Tucaday morning
dial Invitation, and see for yourself if everything 'is
don. W. M. Bltch of eanta Fe is not just as advertised," says Mr.
commander of Stonewall Camp, under Burkhim.
the direction of whom the exercises OM TH ANTILLES.
will be hold.
~~U~w~~f'WU YP~W ~ rw.~7 U1E

%onamr sir o %ugn nemeay yeneiis
THE FEDERATION OF LABOR. a City Councilman at Kingston,
State Convention to be Called to Or r. O'illy ogarty, who a
der at Noon Tuesday. member of the city council at Kings
The annual convention of the State ton, Jamaica, Wevt Indies, writes as
Federation of Labor, which will be follows: "One bottle of Chamber-
held nt this city, will be called to lain's Cough Remedy had good effect
order to the opera house at II o'clock on a cough that was giving me trou.
noon Tuesday by State President Max ble and I think I should have been
Morita of Tampa, which will be fol- nore quickly relieved If I had con-
lowed by prayer by Rev. Those. P. tinued the remedy. That it was beno.
Hay of the First Presbyterian church. fclal and quick In relieving me there
After this prayer Mayor W. R. Is no doubt and It is my intention to
Thoma Is scheduled for an address of obtain another bottle." For sale by
welcome In behalf of the city, which all druggimts.
will be responded to by the ipreldent.
Max P. Morlt. Dined With the President.
Hon. H. IH. McCreary has been In- lion. Henry 8. Chubb has returned
vited to address the Federation, their ronum Wa'hlngton, where, with Hon.
subject to be of hil own selection. J. N. Coombs. National committee-
After the addresses appointment of man of thu Itepublltcn party, be has
committees will be made, and an ad- lwen on important business for the
journment taken until Wednesday. past few days consulting with the Re-
A large crowd, reprcwntin g every publican national leaders regarding
branch of labor from every section important I-ltiiical iIqu1tiols.
of the State, In exp eted at thin con- Colln. Chtubb and Coombs, with the
vention. Istter's wife. were', giuelita of the Presl.
. . ddent at liuichi' n Tueslday afternuoon
At the BIg Tent Theater. at the Whito Ilout,,
.M(lMIdy IIgth t the J'n\>tlns li i)Dra- It Is well known Ilint the IP'roel
hiatic Comnipatuii) lprellilt lthb. beautll- dent hliq reat coillnincrt, Ii Ml .osrtn.
ful con'uv'd Mwlety play. Ifivn ve acts. !c'o lmnb ll Ind hlubl. awhi o Itt IV also
"The 1.1tt1l Ihutcher." The play known hnve hben the, lrelwdent's
abmoundl ii thrillllntg t 'cne anid start -i loStt loiyl Isii p-orters in Florida for
ling (cliunu\a *. s d ilre' >it m irne v.t years
fet-vto ui> rr bhe 'ore h-iwn on the stagx
The tlor' l (idel)ly iiitere tlig anl The oy
has a trotng h.irt it..'it, the din Of living Is to have good health.
ltg' i. i h.v'r red bright sa|d Ih.' tr e iITrblite and you 111 have bush-
plot (In'alf,. a I'lahain im'ral lesson to alt of )jy. Youi r4ed not be blue.
the a wniltill Inllln.'d All tbruttiulh fretful at: have that bad taste* In
ithi taroum -i, to tf tthe in.erta titunilt .eour mouth. Try a bottle of lierblir.
new d.lightl. til tl 1. uinolded. The a Io-ltlivw culre for all liver complaints.
c( otulmeu- niar It,.it ll t. itwOuld colnt llarrelll. Austln. Texas, writes: "I
parr,. Illhe' I4 'l t'l tingtl *. the Lhave u*gil I rbitnc for over a r er.
110ts and npro,'i. e,. m,,t ,.* ry detaill 1and fnd It a fine rwrulator I gladly
of the Iprnl(ici'tion t, it1r illlant tw(. recoimmtnd It .a a an* medicine for
ne*s to the unt-> i.L .1, ,i: Wof t 01 dy7s1pia." For sale by W. M. John.
|wteditur' %%hl > n ii t i ; :o,lxc.! ii,> o0.
by far the' Iuo1 l KIrK"t',' i' t,'autlful
u ame Finae Hogs
swiectacil, r 1,..i i:, i i .1 % .t' I
The a itu < t t i n ., ; ,i:, tI;,lt J %M I Si '. h.i. rtolunia l fr iu Fl t I
a\all thni e ls- l ..... t ,I hi hit .' reo hi' h- Ii* tw n it t iL l*
tpo tutnit( ti f i 1,- 't t',g i r I: M i. l.It Uit tor hi' tidug:t.r. Mrs J tl
o'at' MIld It ' .:.- *, .r l',', i tr S1'1%t', tat. that t t lt *,tx

Itivoe A th1't 1 A .ski,141 V eL 'ill i Lit 41 !k -ittt I'

it thr ro.0 toI-! Ir 't rfl %tvro, ther
No long lasm c-it hisimmiee.'' r "hflh .1b3, *.It' v- skieu1t0
I'reI.Ittw ..' 4M,' ft ,' t *rv-^ 14r; r ..i d m TH&Ii ttb k!ttd of nwat the
3 '' ~ 4N idt hv III,! slt~.tti~iisi 4 lariaIt, 4 t' 'old INtts*'a-jti it
I wt. tu t % e r 0,4 11 it I th & t%._jktd IrSM t as & It I c nitah .' eel' r and tww"
1 101 ri~l- v tuvto at brf,. rOfl(WrCal and yaalad lbfc f II ttho emd.

IP?',a!.. hr tld b4 b furvacw atA

lA1 0 iTMINTX rT Is uaranted to
cuiv aw accas of lie-hang, 141d. She'd
MSgor w' Pr'ouu g Pieus to k14 do*
w mne, "ehaed*& S"


The subject of this sketch, Mrs.
Katie Britt, was born In Marion
county, la., Sept. 6, 1868, and de-
parted this life in her pleasant coun-
try home to the same county Aug. 17,
1907. She was the daughter of Mr.
James C. and Mrs. Mary J. Zetrouer.
She was happily married to Mr.,
T. A. IBrltt about seven years ago,
which union was blessed with three'
sweet little children, two boys and one
Sister Brltt gave her heart and life
to God and united with the M. E.
Church, South, at Shlloh in 188,
under the mjnnltry of Rev. W. It.
Steinmeyer. and was received into the'
church at Wacbhoots by Rev. T. J.
Phillips the same year. Sister Britt
was not A very 'demonstrative Chris-
tian, but she quietly and meekly serv-
ed God In her home as a true and
noble wife jad loving mother.
Those who knew her best bear testi-
mony that she was a genyine Chris-
Besides father, mother, husband and
children, she leaves two bothers, two
sisters, and many other relatives and
friends to mourn their loss; but they
do not mourn as those who have no
hope, because they fully expect to
meet her in "Our Father's house
Her loved ones feel that their loss
Is very great, but it Is her eternal gain.
Her precious body was tenderly laid
to rest In Wacahoota cemetery amid
the sobs of heartbroken loved ones
Aug. 18, 1907. The writer conducted
the funeral services. Her paEtor,
T. L. Z. BARR.

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Safe
Medicine for Children.
In buying a cough medicine for chil-
dren, never be afraid to buy Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy. There is no
danger from It, and relief is always
sure to follow. It is intended espe-
cllly for coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough, and there is no better
medicine In the world for these dis-
eases. It is not only a certain cure for
croup, but, when given as soon as the
croup cough appears, will prevent the
attack. Whooping cough is not danger-
ous when this remedy Is given an di-
rected. It contains no opium or other
harmful drugs, and may be glvn as
confidently to a baby as to an adult.
For sale by all druggists.

T. W. Shands

William R Btft


Sof nohe .of

, hnesYille ational tank

imte Statms, C* Ny ad C*y uitury

---Capital Stock $100,000.00--

J. L. Medlin
Wm. B. Steckert

R. D. Crawford J. F. Jackson
Dr. M. H. DePa. T. W. Shands
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Henry Davis
Chua. A. Faircloth


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A IA E U I O.E. 5. VOYLE,'gr,

Abestrots of TItSle ad full Maiormtlos tfuaraisd lreg ta ladS a t t6 (ouY. Our
aAwer am saved Is SUeI omay 6 a y ears saO is 6wouMsl e y with ad UtIes.

3. E. 02
---ereaw- a number of prominent Amelcm rtad a sMbh ..O.---
Real Estate and City Loans. :A: AINlESVILLE, FLA.


Has built one of the most up-to-date Ice plants in the
State of Florida, and has now open

A Lare Cold StOn Ro for Curiq Mes

And is now prepared to handle Meats in large quanti-
ties for the FARMER at new plant located on the 8ea
board Railroad, foot of 8. Arredondo St., just Wet. of
-.Seaboard depot.

Would Increase Widows' Penson. .
Weaingtton, Jan. 18.-Repreeota-
tlve Bell has Introduoed a bill pro.
vidlng for a graded tacreese In penlIons _ _ _ Or __ _
for all widows of veterans of t'he---
Mexica and ldian wars. The wid. A
owe are now receiving $1 a month.
Mr. Bell proposes that at the age o ou A re I Ind.
61. they shall receive $12 a month.
At the ao ont1. 16 thr at, and at ; a Uompay that as Resrponsible, Have a Poliej Correlly
S0, $20 a oatb. There re a num. Written Witllflrbrdlity of Policy ontrae sand ta e Compea
ber of penrnoners now living la the i as Loses Promptly
alath detrlct, some of whom are 80
years of a.., ad perfectly 'belp e, A
whto at rcolving only $ a moth. YO Are Assured
Carrie Natre son
Clrrle Nation That no serious loesl can overcome you without joa bjhweeme
Certainly smashed a hole In the refuge.
bar-rooms of Kansas, but ITallard'sa
luorehound Syrup has smaunhed all r.c-
ords as a cure for coughs, bronchitis,
Influenza and all pulmonary diUeases ra, e Atid ll Ut IS
T. C. 11 --. Ilurton. Kansas, writes: I
"I have never found a medicine that None but Rvla~si loC' l' we, Rtrieipeted.
would cure a cough vo quickly as ikl.l .
lard's llorehound Syrup. I have used
It for y urs khld by W. M. Johudon.. C U H M A J ,
Death Phnatty for Two. nfonrvt:on eherhilly furtsbhd OAINF.VII.LE. FLORIDA
(rr'u:t>.n, (;a.. Jan. IS.-The Jury h f. .., ,
has rttr'ri.d a verl.Uct ot p:lty in the 1
case v! .. ste vel-s's 1Wes Sum.
n.prlin, c;.argeIl with the Burder of -----
Jbnhrl Jet:eg, of !!rs t vatv on .No
ve.ater :'. T;he cTurt *.nt ent-I
t Sari e.. t k Fi' Ia l.r\~ F r ay-Sh6Ics

or ver fxlty er
Mrs. Wlnskow's Soothing Syrup has
tbea uo-d for cbltdre's telthing It
soothes the child, s.ofts the KiaUa.
alaye all paln. cUrve wind onlle. and
tb the beot remedy for dtarrhc .

Coluybis Call$ In Cer'itat.e.
Cu, Im %.5a1, an I1 n
unit -'.ty 4 grokr.sed Ttiur~lTs

a', at tC6. Wl ofA't.6 c4.(3wou;J
bos: u mia..diaely to cali i sthe.r cr
Mrsi!-a"- It was Orwtacly Iulm6tdd
to b.'-;)Mis paper La ctrvolts" sawl
mavb 1.1

y'cude~k' *sdaeTow
I o bat mvrlb. fte My it &r4
we I. U hec to" o% Ledmo
tl,'i ftJ .0 N%"AMG ofON st'Ua s& "o I
.,4bAs-sWeUS -r I oa ire h a, -
w u.A h dL rat o am





Every Machine-

Llght. o b7! Utlhs..1 Ruasig th
Cbemic' p l1;.- V? ofrt o he wormi

Yif Ia*4s609ylUe r t nh an an er mAt


II. c. DAVIS & CO.,

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varm, pIs a wrsp,
Thee meaDi May Attend.
will e bad at the churches
$abbith SaaO rU :
PresbyterOan Church, Rev.
op. HLry--r.acab t at 10:30.;
e Piate'si Wife's Dresam" Sun-
chool at o'clock p. ma Preach-
at 7 P. n.; subject, "Confessing
aMS B t Ohurch, Rev. 8. B.
MS, &r school at 9:30 a. m.
tax at 10:3M a. ; hsbject, "The
of God." JtWr B. T. P. U. t 8,
lors at 6lis p. P Prechilni at
t p. .L; s-bjet, "hp Broken
ase;" this sMIv wiU be especial.
for the ladies who ave been hold.
a week of p r.
irt Methodtlt Charch, Rev. T. J.
or--unday ehiool at 9:30 a.%m.
hing at 10: 45a..: subject, "The
Hat Need et Him;" a short
eh confereo after preaching.
ialor Leao at I p. i Sealr Lea-
eat S P. m.; top. "The Example
Jesua in Prar." Eveninlg err.
at 7 o'clock; subject, "Somne Le-
from a Oremt Man's te;" Good
c by the ohMr.'
Advent Christia Churh--Sunday
col at 10 a. m. At 11 a. m. the
v. Mrs. McKlnatry win deliver her
anous lecture on 'The Scarlet Beast
sad Rider," of Rev. 17. At 7 p. m.
se will deliver the closing lecture of
t.e course, the subject bein,. "The
Pffth Empire." This Is the grandest
lecture of the course aad those who
miss It will mi n a g t treat
At St. Patrek's Catolic church,
Rev. P. J. Lynch, there rll be mass
at 10 o'clock a. m., ad devotion of
the Holy Rosary and Benediction of
sacrament at 4 p. m.
The usual service will be held at
the Christlan church, and Holy Trin-
ity Episcopal church. At the latter
church Miss Lovie Goodle will sing
the anthem from the Twenty-seventh
Psalm, at toe morning service.

Hew to Avoid Pneumonia.
Tou can avoid pneumonia and other
serious results from a cold by taking
Poley's Honey ad Tar. It stops the
cough and expels the cold from the
system as It s mildly laxative. .Re-
tuse any but the genuine in the yellow
pkge. 3J. W. (Collum A Co.




May we figure on furnish-
ing your furnilhiiings

e Us--- ---Writes i

I S mville Furniture C.

Accident to Lad.
Master Chas. Holsoten, son of Mr.
and Mrs. 11. P. Holitein, was the vic-
tim of a painful, though not neoessar-
Ily serious, accident Saturday morning.
The lad, while playing in the street
in front of the hoine, of his parents
on West Liberty street, stepped on a
broken bottle, with the result that he
sustained a serious gash in the in.
step of one of his feet.
Dr. Hodges was sunimoned and
dressed the wound, and at last ac-
counts the little fellow was getting
along as well as could be expected,
though he will be incapacitated for
several days.

Mrs. Annie Turnbull. son, Kennett,
and daughter, Miss Bnssie, have ar.
rived In the city from Chicago, and
will remain here for some time a
guests of the former's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. 8. H. Dempsey,. east Bemi-
mary street.
Mrs. Osborne and three chlllren
have arrived in the cit) frmn West
Virginia, and will spend tihe winter
here. They are pleasant hl.eated in
one of the IRnlley cottL;.as in North
Oainesville, and express thitemselies
as b 'Ing well pleased.
All members of Kirby Smith Chap.
ter, U'nlted Daugliters of tli, ('onfeder
ac., are requested to mnet art the
bandstand Monday ntoriiiii at 9:30
o'clock, for the purlmw)' oattendltig
In a body the exercises of the Con-
federate Veterans at the t curt house,
which will begin at t10 ocl'hk
Madam Coffield wlhe'- tI th"1nk tlthe
ladies of Oainenville for lit. cortill
reception they h:bae ext,,tnleti to her
during her brief t\sit tO thii* city
Those who desire niore' of hter rcle-
brated toilet prlMaruathl c arn .~ ts re
them from Mrs. MargaretJ .lackmian.
408 lrcAt Main street, w ih Is he r lot
cal representative.
G . 1). llowers, J It I owcrs of
vleniring. Tenn., R. Ii;llhta IBower.,
sons of the former, and 1 It \Wllor
have returned from Itartow, where
they have been looking over the
orange grove property (if the first
named gentleman. They found the

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uws oalAp T ANs
W. L. Benett of LaCrosse u In
nwe city yesterday and called at The
dun office and renewed his subscrip-
Mi.~t Arauka Takach of Sanford.
who has been nere on a visit to her
slater, Mrs. E. Molner, returned to
her home yesterday.
The Sun acknowledges a fraternal
call from E. E. Naugle, the clever
repreoaetatlve of The Metropolls,
Jacksonville, lat night. Mr. Naugle
Is here in the interest of his paper.
B. J. Potter, a well-known phosphate
miner of Oeala. who wa Interested In
this section for several years, was In
the city for a few hours yesterday.
Mr. Potter at one tinio spent the
greater part of his time in Alachua

grove in ine condition and report liar-
tow and Polk county lit a iproperous
Had a Big Time.
The smaller children of the First

Methodist church indulged In a good
time at the parsonage Saturday af-
temoon. Their organization Is known
as the Chlldrm's lIrigade, and It is
their custom to have these t utertain-
ments at regular Intervals.
The entertalnmennt Laturday after-
noon was attended by about fifty of
the little folks, anut a mtrmt enjoyable
)prtgramn, musical iatil iteraru, was
Ik'llclous refr'shlinu'nts of nmthrola
and caket i're sp're .d during the af-
ternoon. P.idl at it llat> hour their llttlhe
folks returned to their lihomen.* I ;I hup
py franl't of itmilnd
Gen. R. E. Lee's Portrait.
'1 lt heIautiful picture on elthl,1itloln
at Miis Nortons' aitort Fridtay tand
Saturday ,ts 4 placed Raturdaty after.
noon in the auditorium of the' pultl!
Sclhoid ItiihlliiIg Iyv a t'c'nl:ltlittl; of thi'
.1. .I Fille C'.altpt-r. I' 1) C
ThlislH iiltlr' %;a pr'.l .'i t, et to t h1e
public eichool.l th Ith.e .1 .1. Fi'llnlev t'ht1p
t'rr. It ('. In conentimoratrntn oif f
th' lirth. tnt nltl life i, l mid brtllli nit
'ari''eer of our well-belovedl t 'i l'Itl.
tobdtrt l;dt1ard I ,. 'IThi chapter
holope' In th it near future' toi plae'e iit
the pitlillc sch iool iutldli ig iletriinr
of other t'onfederates gene''rnli
The Price of Peace.
The terrible Itohlng and smarting.
Incident to certln skin disease a, Is al.
most Instantly allayed by applying
Cbamberlain's Salve. Price, 3U oe te.
Pr sale by all druWatgts.

Mis No Ngrt

Noveltles Books, Stationer
Soenirs, Sheet Pictu
and Picture Frmes ,,...

IO But librtyStre
GaIEYLL E, __: ___



\\'ei'(, "'I'll e ll-,ee':lW MOn., Jan.

A Csrgfulmy4kdtu
Compemy of It
f 1h1iigv i. if bill I'ghtly No waits

livate'.i1 Ily i-6 -t riity.



Brings forth new barains each day. The first week of this great sale was a winner -the second week must be
better. Monday wilfind the most wonderful values ever offered in any sale in Gaineville. Not a stock has
been spared. Come Monday and you will find the greatest money-savng opportunity ever offered you. There
---are hundreds of good values we cannot quote, but below are a few convincing ones. ----
mmmif U swim

Ummd Sks Bleahing worth k kfor
""rkln 6M)`brCa worth le for .
'Am" Omik, woth lm c for.
;Wood heavy BwnIM" mlmun worth .1.'r, Iy f -r
KUtM heafvyBrws Mumia worth % -2'-l r'l yur
BOA Oahms .worth cB, fo
Vtintt Ni P40 worth 12 i-2c yarl (.,r
H ft 1ark Ostiag. fok
lied lo FLnmuehg Lr r
airnwh WhIte Lawn wrtim 1thI 1-5 f.r
tO-ibch WM e IAwn worth 1 &for.
72-ibch ivvy pstink Damak werth II $1,
'-incb h Av M inus Dsuia. worth V,. f*.r
tw).iacb Shaced Numm worth I% -I
lId apuo M Cb(bk worth lOr for
l 04. Aprm (jmg worth 9 few
W-inc4m0 vlarssworth Is and I"' I1
vinp DPW ma m w.0th lIe for
IOiW Dm.G IN m worh 12 I-k j3.1-

iit I',

s lie


416 141 -sue v ent ii 11iyooc A tY, yo4 ai Tim cw 1% e,1.1 o

Fine Tailored Skirts-P"'W.,. ,..

SUM ale* Lii

nt~~~~pw E4ire-b enyyr t ha ott asetl
SWIM0 i4UIT fur ...........Nj5
OIOS!4U1h f'........S~Il

NUM TI AND 1PII.WWCA1124 mu rhoa poi t"4tSaffl.'l i
MeGMto wta. "pOoail vai &Lm le 0M eel.

rIeMP eka o iM 6w
a5rk"-up r orfop N o uWowls.d S OwW. l e. at -- .
M0, 80., 40.,0, s OhWad No

W* wo ow off Uft bd~
Im'. 0,1 4 11 rtIhw) uau v'r Oth. W o 1,e 041 sar ple
1111-lAfV lad e ar iek 1,.r 1 e eah
'1I lk vr w t "'.ll irf t~a~nfr4
I jt& r1rolp r(I cvr 1-- r 1141
H4rga'a Yei utwtn J.I ..II L r. iii, f4 f, fd
1W 14'0 0l i *, so I,,

40 I-or. 0'. l rW AVhsim"Vol PouIr P # Iilhr. ,* deash w.
$toiew lar l ok.ff..'tol..v 'vAI u 'Ofearilmoomweuevgm e

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The Great Removal Sale




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Odtily twlsttel rohes-MOW, dlwssag or dully gaming,
Dainty Rinip, met itti pn'diou s sone with huhlng facets of
every ihue, (Chainis, iP iins ml esbnd e0er; 4ort of dainly
cMIViltntiIIS uMl IeVn' A4411)0l1olotIM y bO puPuar. Pay w6a
~&.&AAr a ~'visit-we arn always pjlest.%l to show good& ad you will find
that othr prietv, on avewi'uit of our modWiO)sct, do not strain-'
~ m~b the pur1. tr*ingWi. A Iwatitiful (luster of Opib, In a Ring of
toit oldl, *?.*.,

L-C C. SMITH, hueie i.

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*JA'"I| ,LItQlIVU ACTION N .D. rh The early history of J. T. Trow,

S he ik un I Tht Improvement of the waterways imagination devised later for the en-
a__ and harbors of the country is demand- tertalnment qf his readers, iays The
memdo erttle P tOmfee sSt alneuvue. V.,ied by every possible and reasonable Delineator for January. He actually
anom d-elasI mal matter. necessity of trade and commerce is no lived on erusts li an attic as he
I U McO4u 4 .Mtv or.ndP, jhlhtr0. longer debatable. The question is fought to make his way In the world.
.. now in a stage where the railway In- He wrote for The Dollar Magaz;ne,
Jenat anit,"/' .... ....... ctty MW, terests frankly confess tPelr inability so called not only because it sold for
V. M. PREWI1T Suiut Comapotesoi n to keep pace with the tremendous vol- a dollar a year, but because it paid
a me of freight offerings, and whether its writers one dollar a page! It is
OFFICE: PoRiTER f ILOC. that confession was made willingly or hardly necessary after this to quote
f .w.Maitn Street, S. TL3BiRmon 4. grudgingly is not to the present pur- his own statement that he "was
Tm umAS.y sn, published ertry morale. pose. But It may not be amiss to sug- hungry at times." He adds cheerily,
StM rday, dellered by Mcrier in t city,or gest that the eyes of the management "no more so, probably, than was good
al e' to any pertof the tsltedstate poa of the railways have been opened to for me, and never for long." It was
eths, orstsy r; .es a mo.'ip; rsthm the fact that unless nladd waterways when he was managing editor of Our
h Pr Improved to navigable stages sufl- Young Flk that be began the work
senses.y~chrloc~ro o l, Ir ave wacetr~~ are Improved to navigable stages suf5- Young Pofls that e began the work

SadWing notices la local column so cents a lin
grirt irtoaon. and : cents for each additional
IO 'or display advertising made knows ao

Twioe-.Week Sum la u eight-lags, forty.
S gira paper, published every Monday sad
'fw day, and contatas all the mew of the
, eek, tlota, State and eeral and will be
a Ilkd, portsge free, to'ay ryrt of the Uited
Ias or Ca da, for Soo a ye r--a advasm.
AU Idertialg bills beeeme due after a
S ppamM of adve rtlhw t, usle- otwrwine
to asmisactWatl soi t "knew. ito W
I*nnd to pay for a rmtU Wai
(UOwwdr VIA

Too will proper best by visitfug but
seldom the store that do not adver-
tie-say about one every ten years!

Currency based on the nation's as
ets, as recommended by Professor
1 igsmam, may be best, but most of
S a we willing to ooept ormamey On
the bass of what It will buy at the

The Prebyterlans would not take
the Roebling "antitemperance" be-
Mnt hi North Carolina, but the Eple-
aopatllas accepted with thanks. And
1t their "confessions of faith" ar
Mot wide apart.

The boreogh of Manhattan, the prin-
elpal part of Greater New York. is the
most denely populated territory in
S th world, benlg 100,491 per square
mle* Not even the most thickly popu-
lited section of London equals It.

A Newark woman has left her bus-
baad a6 Ias sung him for a divorce, be.
sue, as she alleges, he made her
ioep on In Ironlng board-wonder
If he published the stereotyped an.
somoeomeat, "My wife -- having
left my bed and board," and so forth?

"Reader of The Iun and Believer
ia Falr-Play-Bvenn n Politics," should
have signed his name to the note he
ent to the editor of The Sun under
date of January 18th. It is hardly
"fair-play" to hide behind a nom t(I

cdent to bn their uat propition of
freight oflitgs, tp manufacturing,
commercial aqd aJ 1tura Iterests
of the country woube Inurd to a
degree that would render pracktally
valueless the Investments In railway
It is a fact which producer and con-
sumer have appreciated for years, to
their great injury. But public senti-
ment has, at last, been aroused to
the absolute necessity for waterway
improvement as the one practical solu-
tlon of the problem of transportation,
and means of transportation constitute
the very foundation and capstone of
prosperous conditions.
That public sentiment has been
aroused is a fact for congratulation.
But it would be folly to allow the fact
to breed overconfidence or to call a
halt, even for a day. In preparing to
harvest the results of the demand for
waterway improvement Great causes
require constant, persistent and Im-
pelling action. It is Important to
arouse public sentient. It is more
Important to quicken that sentiment
SInto action by using on Oongress the
duty It owes to public no less than to
private Interests to inaugurate, during
the present session, a policy of annual
appropriations, adequate in amount and
available as the work of Inland water-
way and harbor improvement pro-
Iressew. to the end that all sections
and all Interests may be given ado-
quate channels for transportation-at
once cheap, safe and continuous.
The National Rivers and Harbors
Congress has done its part fully. The
work of urging on Representatives and
Senators the duty of completing the
work of the National Rivers and
Harbors Congress should begin at
once, and be strong and unmistakable
In its details.
Public sentiment on the question Is
conceded. The rest Is work to briSg
accomplishment from sentiment. Every
merchant, every manufacturer, every
mine operator, every farmer, every
shipper and receiver affected by
freliht rates or by freight congentions.
every public spirited citizen. In fact.
should In writint ureo ucni.n hia Imam.

plume-even In politic. especially diate r,.'ires.ntatlve the de'nllm d In
when the tlypwrIter is us.ed to hidh public sentlmnint for the adoption of
even so much as the Identity of your a nfl,,d I pollh e of annual approprlatlons
handwriltln. Itetter i e what for wit.lrwny intprovemnta in sums
you prvach. hid ft 11w r y oUig fl- comipletly nadeqiunt, to the great work.
Uow- hhlrh,%,,r 'i ,fl , i ,1e TiT' eartle,,tiSae of the, niore than
It i oI d. ,K tatoe teo theo Natitlii l Itivers
COlingrl' tet llin e tei ''.title' .a" *..1 Itr h 'ra, t (r tl .'r Ce '.( (fa ih) )w "I !!he.Owti
Uil -.S .... -( ro 11.1..A% f...

wants A lmw I to |'iproI i ltobbliIIK. I 'he
llnltedJ 1tte's Nsiprri'me t'lourt har
drnaM i t a lartat lit. of ir d fuii atr'.t('oi
pe'laarrtl lhg thel' l'irel's l iMtrtl e'rc I\i e
of nln'll iaa r'ilre' c 'lt Clllltl ntl t ir
oth-ers de'ilrlilg ligKllathlli the'H e 1 pili'
fe'rItlnl h drafting ,l'etlition att''llticng I h>t tank
Itix of t(ineu a;\ adll hulnilttliit oral
or written articles ti, a t'ennlttlte' or
other ipoliular public authorllt, and the
prrvlces of lobbylnts who carry on a
Irc'u'i atof. 4crrt iPersomnl rollcllttathe
The law tilm this subject wouhl iteo
to make this deltinctlon. Iobbylnx
l INsad anct usually corrupt. but public
Iprevfetllelt or( arniment Is proplwr
and nt< i>'flt i:tl

lion W J lce P n. the' re.'ently all
psointed elitid-edl Sit' $e4tiatemr. a ritep
an open letter te' li Ftak Harris. eclltar
of Tbe Ocaa Ilainner. In which he
thl- l'Ih t oll' ( rr tho criticiptu
of tti) ont eilv~1u1m4 o if ml% 111itatetmtw It
which the'Se'tiator a%4%e rtil It' I ltII
safylillg An&III ll%11111; t% ek 0.41
prple or fi Im S aimi- mt twa t $.- cater
our IState eter had a Ah'-A- 'ii'tu
day I shall be the olkcce-I 'cNtwor
St'nattcr Irtnan elc ate'a batbItag IiAie
aitto such ia'tiarks itaiai~otase. atid tr,.''u
i ttt e hand kiaIt ?toItm f m in t0-.'
so e' a're vlpat'a tea crt t htj'm
much l1Ittli' I 0'.''lel Aa.'lt% am
.1t '6410 & '), rresaall'c e'h3,11
-A! %k i keni 1r. lr Ytu. but ae arv
'I it the tetmupr of hii relic%
I'e ' t larrie Ie*, was etktcstly
Sii ''', e.'llar' w*beu e pe esd
IL.a'~l ,. m tu ran t-upb ing ttc.
~ d .~ ht. do" Ob soufd noat
-lt.'.d ut-cr such a mall
yr~l~~A :,,rA(btYr CrtlICISLPk

that has made him so well known and
loved. After they had published a
series of stories for young people,
written by Mayne Reid, Mrs. Whitney,
Aldrich, and others equally famous, he
was suggesting names for a successor
in their work. His "chief" looked at
him quissically and observed. "'Why
don't you speak for yourself, John?'"
So John did, with the result that
thousands of young people have
adored his books.

Practically every train brings peo-
pie to this city "to live"-to settle
down. Many of these people must find
furnished rooms or boarding places.
Three out of four of these will find
their "ready-made homes" by answer-
ins want ads.

The woman who is not a "bargain-
hunter" Is either too rich to care, or
too poor to care, what things cost. In
either cas she is leading a pretty
uninteresting life.


Savannah Market Shews Full Receipts
With Little Demand.
Savannah, Oa., Jan. 18.-The market
was quiet and irregular and rather
easier for all grades except fancy,
which is very scarce and held frm.
There was more or les business in
practically all grades except extra
choice Floridas. Quotations are slight-
ly easier except for fancy Floridas.
Receipts were rather full, evidenc-
ing free marketing of the crop, and
shipments were mostly to Great Brit.
ain. According to the estimate of the
crop. basd upon the ginning returns,
there remains' In the country only
about 26,000 bties more.
The following prices are based on

factors' quotations and are
weekly on Fritays:
lancy Ploridas .......... 2S
faney Georgias ......... 29
*Extra choice Floridas... 23
Extra choice Georgias.... 21
Choice Ga's, and Pla's..... IS
Ex. fine Ga's. and Fla's.... 16
Fine Ga's. and Fla's....... I:
Common Ga's. and Fla's... 13




Charleston, 8. C., ,an. 1.-Sea Is-
land cotton: Receipts. K7 bagn; ex-
porte%. 443 bags; simcs, 700 bhas; stock.
3.17b lag:as; market steady. Fine,
:I;54%: off color, 3c;: No. I tinged,
2t c.'vut

litt tl) nit) ort, i- %o il t aim !,tak Disturbed the Congregation.
'ihi 'tp tihet itatter %Ith III1 r rtere' The person who diaturbeti the con
mclialklh 1- ;I'~ .t Wt I+i' ti Ow cow gregatlon lawt Sunday by--contlnually
lif OWI~ Ibf the v..r k III lltit coughing Is requoited to buy a btwitle
rt(Fn:' t :'ti Ilmney and Tar. J. W. Mc.
I litst. It 1milei 11. C' I .lbi' 11 (Cla'i 2 - -- -

Alachim countyc to Is lift I..'a cll otl jt l
lit the' t tf. in In bIch ct'u11dl'la'tit 1A1
ovesiolmall herd tritiveriiiiin~ th COiN STIPATION~
e. attelitluen of the' putic lri, 't,' a% %1 t I;, 1 21 kwi e b~tNise.
ikeeiiiith the ftilo* Infrlom The \I:%ram The- .t wvr r -me* nn k
rinacun Tttl Ce'nrle w rilr 1r..0, I4 "ore I am a WWIt4W4r4 art a wr I!
sti Ill n lad thit tileaws i 1# I oe t y w-th1 4 10 I .p r ls ki
SO)U I , all skot title ma'ealse. e

8thFre ohur ,. le rt embat it hlt% fvemlbctII Bea* aol
tilt a ntsd throuprh his f l, H m
144t1K tvi vinto toil l fet% .1' tJ *mk,
that Na\ We hoar Whitt het make.
four and ft etollar. per dalist,
4"ME "

I. T 0F '...1rlt I0 ( :Mo
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itrik I (l'ticeevm ntkra itmth tlut
he' Is ,ee'lile' :'artur atit the.' nritof I'
3 Che'ne t v & C'o, d deits Miresiuse In the'
cit t (It Tl~i"liia ccisallt c 531State ate 'rev
waid Atas :tl*t sa d finrm AIll aI a i)O
S OLl 1af te' Itii, fu lbcalr Cfor Cve

ir~eal & Notary Public
mdl uls talarrh CO r. Is takes intr n
all, and .lctClr 4e~tiy on thebhsd 1 andIr
n-u milues cur lac m of the slWrr ksedrr
C C rtNYI J~ t'IIF.\uT
Sve om t it tha iala-fort, i've r to irt

Sould by all drngtsts. Te.
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The Board of County CommissIoners
ve ordered a new 00gallou fire
gine for the fire department of Key
est. --
The St. Aaguate Humane Society
ae dooit ood wtk- in their city.
They have just appointed an agent to
spend hs entire time on the street.
The liquor cement of Osceola coun-
y are agitatai the question of a
"wet" or "dry" election. Osceola
county has been dry for the laat two
The St Petersburg Graded and
Nigh School ha a total enrollment of
i10 pupils. Of that number 95 are in
the high school and 70 in the kinder.
grten. --
Among the Important conventions to
be held during the State Fair period
Ih Tampa, It is probable that of the
Telephone Operators of Florida will
be included.
Mrs. James Mickler of St. Augustine,
heartbroken at the death of her be-
loved son, Paul Mickler, who died
-- .. -4-80 I-6. #-A % hA .A

0_ I.

d!ted Thursday niorning ;t the resl-
dence of his nephew. .uldie L.
Doggett. He was born in Jack.onville
in 1835 on the corner orf \\h:at Is now
F'orsyth and Liberty streets, and has
been a citizen thereof ',\er since then.
His father was the settler and owner
of the entire eastern action of Jack-
sonville. In respect to his memory
the circuit court, whihl is now lifses-
lson in Jacksonville., adjourned for
t.e day. N \
William Hogan of Port MeCoy was
In Ocala yesterday\ and said that he
was riding in a small Ieitt on the Ock-
lawaha river the other r day and saw
an otter swinniniig under the water.
and he plunged in and caught the anj-
mal back of the Inck titnd succeeded
In putting him in the boat and secure-
ly fastening him. \\Whet we state that
Mr. Hogan is betw een sixty and
seventy years old and that an otter is
remarkable for his biting qualities,
this may be put dow~ as quite a
thrilling evefit.-O)cal; planner.

Jno. C. Lewis and son, Ieck, went

Thursday morning, returned to uur out bird hunting w.est of town Mon.
own home and died very suddenly. day afternoon, taking along their dog
p A s ad H S o and Arley HIatch's dog "Dan.'" They
Hamp Andrew and Hoke Smith ofad hunted only hort time when
Ralford, Fla., aed 1i and 14, ran away the dogs ran upon a rattlensake which
from home on Friday of last week. bit both of them. 'Dan" received the
loke Smith was captured in St. first bite squarely on the shoulder, af.
etersburg ad returned to his people ter which the Lewis dog got a glane-
to Raltord. Hiamp ha. not yet been'
captured. Hi father offers a 50 reeing lick that produced only a slight
captured. His father offers a $50 re scratch. "lDan" died in a few minutes,
ward for his return to his home In but the Lewis dog is living. The
Ralford. hunters killed the' snake, which was
About one hundred of the leading about five feet long.-Punts Gorda
grocery merchants of Tampa have or- Herald.
ganized the Tampa Retail Assoclation,
with the purpose of securing uniform Why Suffer from Rheumatlem?
protection and harmony of action Do you know that rheumatic pains
among the retail grocers of the city. can be relieved? If you doubt this
k is contemplated to bringolnto the Just try one application of Chamber-
organization all of the grocers of lain's Pain Italm. It will make ret
Tampa, Ybor and West Tampa. and sleep possible, and that certainly
means a great deal to any one afflicted
8. Forbes Doggett, the oldest native with rheumatism. For sale by all
Iahabitant of the city of Jacksonville. druggists.

1- -__

Simple Remedy for La Grippe.
La grippe coughs are dangerous as
tney frequently develop Into pneu.
mbola. Foley's Honey and Tgt"not
only stops the cough but hear) and
strengthens the lungs so that no serl.
ous results need be feared. The gen.
uine Foley's Honey and Tar contains
no harmful drugs and is In a yellow
package. Refuse substitutes. J. W.
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OAIAH., Af N: 4


Loene Otar State" After a Oeat on the
Water Wagon.
DIlas, Tex., Jan. 18.-At a oonter
ence of the leading prohlbitionlate el
Texas here it was decided p ask the
next legislature foh a prbhlblUoa

MC Oulum U O. amendment prohibiting the sale of in-
toxicatini liquors In the state.
Georgia Boye with "Fighting Gob." A prlmicm crampalgn wll be hbqua
Hartwell, Go., Jan. ls-Mac Cason, at once with a view fea of Captain and Mrs. Witlaam A. bers to the leAi'lature frieijdly to pro
Cason, of Hartwell, and Jesse Cason, hibltlon.
son of James Caeon, of Hartwell. are
with the battleship fleet now enroute Why
to the Pacifc coast. 1oth are popu-
lar young nipn, nnti repreoentatlve l should your baby suffer? When he
of iniurertlil famlllUc They Ire is fretful and restless, don't experl-
astlin.'tl n dt'ltv on to'n0 (' the flag-hip of ".%ih'i : I''V1" Evans your neighbor recommends. Iuy a
I bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge,
Bad Stomach Trouble Cured. greatest known worm mnedicin and
Having been sick for the past two I urs for children's disease. It as mild
years with a bad atbnach trouble, a In its action, builds up the system,
friend gave me a dose of Chamber- makes ttn., puny tables fat. 4rs. J.
lafi's Stomach and Liver Tablets. C. Smith. Tampa. Fla., writes: "My
They did me so mucA ood that I baby was thin and sickly, could not
bought a bottle of them and have used retain Its food auil creld all Iight.
twelve bottles in all. Today 1 am well used one bottle of White's Cream
of a bad stomach.-Mrs. John lowe. Vermlfuge and in a few days baby waU
Cooper, Maine. These tablets are for laughlar, happy and well." goM by
sale by'all druggists. W. W. Johnson.

Die ef Ptoemlae f n.
Atlesta, Jan. 18.--le ~yoea ma
of Dr. and Mrs. W H. Rile, of m1
Grant street, Mdel Thuraday morat
after a short Illnes. The deceased
was only our years of ame, and oame
to his death. so it Is thought, from
eating somn f1oo whoihb cotalued o.
mnale noiqln,

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know. Us rsuwtkV- --~py JAST MLEOW I r 1pd an h -

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Immense Crowds Continue to Ohalt the
Big Store.
Probably no sale that has ever been
inaugurated in Gaines\illve ha* at-
tracted so much attentl :i and drawn
such crowds as the great removal sale
of The U. W. Hyde C t l'nipty, which
is now on at their n)iatmonth estab-
lishment. As iq well known, the comr
pa; will remove to thle new Hill
building as soon as th' ,ame' Is ready
for occupancy, and in order r to savo the
trouble and expenrte of removing goods,
the same are being offered at such low
prices that If you see the goods you!
are sure to purchase.
Mr. JI D. Gardner, the :centlemanly
manager, Is assisted by a :competent
and obligtng corps of chlrks. any of.
whom wilt ta..e pleasure, ii showing
goods, whether you buy or not.
.%ead the advertlsm'innt of The,
Hyde COmpany in this I-sue and note
some of the exceptionally low prices.

T. F. tuhNOW


NEW 000W3.W..

good IRON I;(' J
fV as. our tmt wot
NrqsaI *1 allatmIo s to e Ott m qbils
ilol ist i emll mad e400

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I i I S r* were dtitI o outsitid influences, or if I'the -e wai contfied
,.'. '.y t ',e. li: "I Iles.h aruiid the ulcer, th'e 4xternal treatment and
siump, cl m, C1 W.. . *,,,il cure them. lhtt the trmnble o In the blood, which
has !'K-lmor uihr..dthv anti diseased, annt kveps the sore pe by continually
dis..lur.tiu :ito it the impurities anid poisons with which tbh circulation Ia
fili.d. f', l poison, s condition of the blood may he them rmailnsl p ome
constittiitnal tiro hle; the efft.ct of a long spell of sickness, r bfcamse thi
natural t O fseof the b.',dy, which should pass off through the proper ls uu,
has heen left in the svitem and absorled into the blo d.. Agit, the *ase
may be hliertlitary; bu t it (cles not matter how tle poison becomes ttterrce
in the l',0, l tl fact that the sore will not heal is evidence of a deep tald rt
ing cause. Sarvie, washes, lotions, etc., may cause the place to scab r
Stemporarily, but the blood i not made
purer by Piuch treatment, and aoon the O
inflammation anm discharte will return aa4
the sore be as bad or wotwe than befol,
O Os S. S. 8. goes do& n to the very bottom of the
trou le, cleatnlne.and purifies the blood, and
PURELY VEGETABLE takes a permanent cure. 8. S. S. enriches
and freshens the circulation ao thaVinstead o
discharging unhealthv matter into the place, it carries rich, tisMnt*buildlag.
flesh-hr:linI blool t t te dibsec .ed parts and in ever way nuiats th anattural
cure (f the sore. Book on Sore anid fhcers anti any mdlical advice fr to
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Ratartainment By Kirby Smith
Chapter A Great cosoes.


Every Seat Occupied and Many Ceon
polled to tand-Yoeun Peope In-
joyed Dance After Rendition of Pro
gram-Deleted Punefth rvedo
The most largely attended ad eo-
joyable musald and literary eatertailo
meat hold in ti city for year was
the ul~lese given At the opera houe
evoaig under the dasptoeo of
Kirby Smith Chapter, United Damugh
teor of the Confederacy, nl commeso-
ration of the birthday of General Rob.
ert E. Lee.
The opera house was crowded, every
meat In both balcony ad gallery be.
Ing occupied, and a core or more peo-
ple were compeUed to stand. It was
a good-atured crowd, however, and
everything passed off nl a most pleas
tag and enjoyable master.
The stage was attratively decorated
for the occasion, for which the ladles
are Indebted to L. J. BurkhLa. The
decorations were simple but band.
some, the colors of the U. D. C.,
flag and a few pot plants being em-
ployed In Its make-up.
The prooeeds of this entertainment
w!ll bu devoted to the Kirby Smith
scholarship at the University, mad the
Od14 Boldiers' iomne In Jacksonville.
Notwithstanding the fact that a small
sam--only twenty-five cents-wa
oharsed, the venture proved quite a
S s auoess financially, and all connected
with it are perfectly satisfied.
1. Plano-"The last Idea o Weber,"
was skillfully reudereid by Miss Alice
Thomas. I
I. Vocal Dwet--"ee the Pale
Moon," by Miss Zelller and Miss Lovie
Goode, was ea hihly appreciated that
they were compelled to reesond to an
3. bon--"Roberto, o tu che adora,"
was so beautifully and perfectly sang
by Mrs. C. 1 DurOtam that the vast
audience would sat be atlaaled until
she responded to the voclfemroua a,
4. PIano-"Masurka Brilliante," by
MNi Eddy, was much appreciated.
6. Bog-"Tonight." by Oalna-
ville'm favorite vocallrt Mrs. W. 8.
Prindle. was applauded time and
again, and was without doubt a favor.
Ito of favorite on the program.
Reltatloa--"Kindergarten Pap,"
by Mllld Bowers. took the house by
storr, and the young lady was com-
pollred to ,appear before the footlight
a seond time
7. Song--"The Nighlingale's o 8sui,"
was sweetly r',d.redl by MiNss seller
of Ohio, who is the popular guest of
the Misses hionds. he was the rwecll-
lent of a hatdaounme houquet of flowers
and was so rei|wtedly encored that
she had to rei*|,lwd with a sicrond

Part II.
1. Plano 'Valie I.yrlque." .as
reindire0l in that perfect rananer by
Mine Clara I',und which has made her
(Mn* olt hs Iliot popular performers
In the clity
I2 sR The Itosy Morn.' was a
wett U|StlS. sMIII by a a***4t. beautiful
lalh Mti- la.,lo ( Utlnurd silItause whikh irt'taod her
Ith prior Ito and after its rendition
wni s pvtid1 place it the hearts if the Oainesville




HWmdu w alforPa in lnldemnd
h* Wo om a Und ft Wk tEx-
c4slt NMItsAn I a=rsat y
EnouAh lFawrA

And I would be pled t. jo tlbut
rome -mdor mmig nr91 fdri ywish
to send Ab0m M M i. is d, 16
FBa FPIh, Rozbury, iamls

she ad pleased the audtlee greatly
6. 8oug--4a) "LoveJog." and (b)
'Little Blue Pieon," were rendered
by Mrs. C. R. Duham Ina sweet,
plear voice, and received much ap-
plaur; fn fact, the lady was com-
pelled to bow her acknowledgment to
the encore.
6. Soa--"Mona," wa beautifully
and perfectly rendered y Mrs. W. 8.
Prindle, and the audience ag n dem-
onstrated their appreciation of her
cultivated voice,
7. Plano-"Good-Night," was rend-
ered by Mlss Ida Burkhim with that
touch which even the most ignorant
of music cannot help but recognlse
In an accomplished pianist. With the
exception of the accompaniment to
Mr. Goodwin, which was rendered by
Miss Myrtle Fennell, one of the most
accomplished and popular musicians
of the city, Msu Burkhlm was the
acgcnapanlt of the even and her
rendition was perfect In eala Instance.
At the ooncluslon of the musical
program the ladies of Kirby Smith
Chapter served delicious fruit punch
to all who remained to partake there-
of. It was without doubt the fnest
punch of the kind that could be pre-
pared, and its delicious favor demon.
stated that the chapter made no mI-
take in placing this feature of the pro
gram in the hands of Mrs. A. B. Oliver.
Many young people remained at the
opera house and participated in a
danue until 13 o'clock.
KIrby Smith Chapter has gvoen
many pleasing entertainments, but
none more successful from every
standpottit than that of Friday nilht,
wnleh was under the direction of Mrs.
J. B. Cutler and Mlu Myrtle ernelk
who had beon delegated to look after
tne musical features.

Vague Rumore of reak Between Se*o
retary and the Preeldent.
Waebltistn. Jan. I1.-That Secrs-
tary of the Treasury Geor re ree
C'rtelyou will realin from the cabtlat
at an early day seem assured beyond
a reasonable doubt Poetmaster
Utseral Meyer will probably suoceed
Vagub rumor* of a break between
he secretary sad the president have
beea oetulng around ever slace the
publlcatlo of the aMsouaemnt tat
plUas were oB toet t eeure It foe,
thble the republlca anmlaation for
'ortel)oa. The Irst Ueutesaat of
Serretr't Cortoelou i this campaIga
uas undewrw.od to be FNauk It Hite.-
c'i4k, llrt as bati4 pomrster Inr.1

Iutllr Sith, r'salpindd to the nere A C
with a Itautilsl taunls'r
Ith a t l rThis is to certify that all druWgsts
.At Iti h a-. I A YHou, are authortisd to refund your money if
fIlar," max uu t Iq ,'lr .1 A tk d-
in In that c.a .i .tr I u iy's. s Honey rad Talr als to eure
Your MoUh or cold. It stop the cough.
ba. made- hhu .nf',.Ao ll', Imlnar eilsthe lungs and prevents eritoe
with (hths..vll, uli ,A for mIreslts from a cold. CIres la grippe
malny .,arv Tihe alati.,l e 't.old tnot coughl and irvent pneumoor a and
P Prtllti,'d U ittII h' I ix pt tl-d *l ,' ,tir l
r Peati u iatumptioa O ntatns no opiates.
her I The genuine is it a yellow package.
4 ItlAitaIu -"Wouktu Yu. Refue substttvtes. J W. McCollu
CharliUer *M th e tcr'casil for MIas A Co
iowenrl' rwippearnet. aIid the a -
I'lauser ah riewlled lde4 mc*tratd Ihbt Fail e Firs at aIcrant. Pa.


I We wiem w tea
U" to M""M 4lftw6"f &
l5' to it 6w Fos wwbidelm" inht
S19 (.4 as' wWto w behie fa
~t bbaa jsrnb Yk e I~butIs
'I 3.r*-- ~ -te a uerh
par t'14
bebti '. is' pho b
U146 1 bwomo

I v&crernta. P.sJan 1 --TWo gIlts
wrv kllile &ad @ *wonothers *riurul)
Imitured in a Are ru1ltay In the bi1d
IV*ernio we by t hhe pa t's der-
worw btery.. bum we htndreld
glutsw e ebea In like bwidftg
0S +aW"apuste e ft the
aOwm ad fbe wim seam F'beriese
WINu was tm( ot in e herna
btfiblen awp ie i tm o aertile dth"
In lb*Stu.' haste Buckley, aitb
a mupl to :w & I51. ) a-dCA t-%.
'the I re f*:Sj. &ad broke bet mcL

At Wy New Orgeonm Police In-
etner Certaw Ctletams.
New blOru Jm. i..---war* s.
WhAltker, btnpeetor of police, enter-
ed ae olafe of he Morning Wortd
here Thur yr atit sad ared two
rots at oeeph U. Laveque, the das-
tor. NethW hot tok effect.
The she-uag slowed several t.
tacks apS Whitaker In te editorial
and news eekhu of the World. The
bead of ao Mew Orleans polleode-
pwtmeat w .crltldmed for "Sttedlin
ue mrAea O Vi wrUe drawln a sal
f ,W0 a year frm the people,
and was r red to "a blackoard
and as bully."
WUtaer, acPuepsaed by several
detectives, etered the edltortil room
d the WorM bortly after I clock,
Ma the eSpetor started for 1Aeveqe,
who was taldn at the time to a
youa women reporter. bsows wm
enabled ad It was then hat WbMi
aker drew a lare catber revolver
amd fed twice.
Aounte at the ahoottin vary, but
seeerdl b eye.wtsme one of the
several rprte n wo rushed to the
odltor'a a&d, struck the police nlpoe-
tore.a m ad caused the abots

Suloide Wa Indicated, Bu It Its Now
Thought Te Be a Joke.
Montsob ry, Ala., Jan. 18'.--e
following mesmae ba been found
floagin I a bottle on the lake at
Deotric park, a local summer report:
"Dram the lake for me.I have Jumped
In. I enant bear the misfortune
Sat hau eme to me. J. H. Wll-
loughby., New Orleans, Ia."
Chief Taylor Is eeklng Information
of such' man. He bellevee It's a
Joke, but Is telegraphlon to l4ew Or-
leans and also Chattanooga and At.
lana to find out. The message was
written od the back of an envelope
with addresses of the Williams bousee
In Atlanta aad Chattasooa, and St.
Geore hotel, In Jackaonville. la.
An Insidious Danger.
One of the worst features of
kidney trouble Is that It is an ansid-
ous diseaseand before the victim
reallae his danger he say have a
fatal malady. Take Poley's Kidney
Curs at th Art sip of trouble, au it
corrects Irreglartles ad prevents
Brlht's disease and diabetes. J. W.
oCollUam a Co.
Another suspeted case of yellow
fever has bee doeovered at taaU-
ade. The new ea Is a Spanlard of
three yenr rsrtdeae.
Abrahnm J. mdder, of C'hcago,
who co6duats vre restaurants 1s the
down town district, lied a petition tI
bankiuPoy In the district court aead.
11 bl his Iabttle at S134.m713 ad his
sets at 15All.
James R. Kese bhs reported to the
Jeekey Club the death of Ife famo
breldmare Be'My-Chree. dam of a
arber of well knows boree. lanclud
LQg Cap and ll11s, the only Ama4.
ca-bred horse that ever won the oLak
of Ipas, mland, cup.
Owina to am attack of Cout the
pope as bees reluctantly oblied4 to
saupen6 his audleaeme. lie wau vialt
ed Thbrdayr by his private phyliclan,
Dr. Petaecl, who laaneted that the pos.
tie go to bed, and to thia the paUeat
Aratduke Perdlinand. grnd4 deLk o
Tcany. is dead. He wa the other
of Conteu Montlloso, leformerly the
Princess 1i.our. aad the d4voroed wit
of the present Kinl of Baeomy. ad
who last year was married to Sgaor
Toecllo a musrctaa.

Io ULU Trri- to ee pM ad
Wkheo espiedes.

DW ryou ll evr N oa me 1mg to
wash thems"tv "without Soap -
It you 4dd what WOUld yoo sM0
Ii Is tovry bi 0s tMbS to try It
riw of L.adruul nd 1 MrAome I
toe sby feedist Me gr iwbkh esus
It. with Lsambultis Y1Vaset. Otyese
Iw and similar subetaes wbich tfom
the Piepal Ol deess of moNt -
ealhd Hear V1I
Newbro's It i. s wsesif e
caum It t1As saedbIlIs the oporastte
fom whirc tedo a sb hair room
It i thI ot##002" and DRv geIs ui
OR-lp r-t .n i-t o ro tasi tV
*44d byr se4ar1 Pw.4 AWp is
stam.t s a moik t 1%r*Me Co..
Dotroit. Mieb
To s-U oemus d I am .$1
IL %Alford & C*. 6109W Agnita

Rome%.. do
jj:= '"M. 1


Mny a Floridra ousebold Will
Find Them So.

To have the pain and chess of a
bad back removed; to be entirely free
from annoying, dangerous urinary dis-
orders s enough to make any kidney
sunerer grate al. To tell how this
great chage can be brought about
will prove comfort words to bun-
dreds of l5orida readers.
A. Dwrtneamana,of419 L. street,
Pensaaola, tells how to do It. He
ays: lrom my experience with
Doen's Kidney Pills I can strongly
ommend tem to anyone In need
of % good medicine for the kidneyL
a oomplaat and Mbackahe
w me flar-b at Intervals tor
years. Tbe t or second attack I
did not mind, but as tne went by
they -iew worse and at times laid
me up. I coud haly walk and It
was a difficult matter to straighten up
after stoopin wilthe kidney ers-
tn were rreula and unnatural.
Doan' idney Pills cured me. From
pron experience I know that this
remedy can be depended upon to ful-
ill the represntatons made for it"
For maI by all dealers. Price 60
cets.r Foeter-Mllburn Co., Bulalo,
New York, sol agents for the United
Remember toe name-Doan'--and
take no other.

Doctor (after careful examination)-
Some foreign substance Is lodged In
your eye. Dennls-01 knowed utl
That's what 01 git rr wurrukin' wid
them Frenebmenl-Ilustrated Bits.
His Views.
"What are your views on currency
asked tie busy eltien.
"Mostly ad and reminiscent," an.
swered the man who had been to the
races.-Washingto Star.
Avoid multiplicity of busineU. The
man of one thing Is the man of sueo

The P is Mightier
Than a fire-engine when your
house is on fire, because it in-
stantly secures the entire value
of your home-that is, whea
your 'name is penned upon a
strong policy for

FIr Ireuruc
In the beet of companies. Winter wind
are splendid sair-to big blaes. How
about your home? If not in safety, thii
office will at once insure it on nxeeipt of
a line from you. THINK.

Ofrtoa In
The Galnesvlle National Bank Bldg.

kalchu County Abstract Co.
Perry M. Ooloa,.Pre: J.W Blsastr. Vice
Pree: B. B Colos. aeo.-Trea.
We do an exclusive Abstract budst
aeas, with tellities for Imparttn Pull
InfrmaJo coneernag ti Ttle of
ay and all lands In Alohuas onty.
4n bumsma tr"eanste d emDuy.



Dutton Bank
um"us "AM

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let Vice-PFre.
t;. K. BROOME.
2nd Vice-Prs.
ec'y and Cahier

With qte
qimut ad SI

ur buud bid.

pat dtbmk.
hurwe etysmr
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A guaranteed circulation XesR 1i1,118 epiN-
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terms in acordance with regulation of iPostoffice De-
partment-a rule in force for mlany years with The
Constitution's subscription list.
Think of it-15I papers for ,only $1.(--The Tri-
Wee'kly Constitution. plulished Monday, Wednesd
and Frida', and delivered to d L F. .L rm wif lis
of A"i U IM iMUY IF UlLn --with full
market and new.s reports of tl th ly lbfore; beyond
thi limit., ldelivery- the f, llwiill ioriiig.
Sil 'pritions tmay I .. ~ At lir,.t accompanied by
Illoney order or re gi-t, i l4ttit r oh1..
amInim WlE in v,,r t, ,wnl..lIi, anl rural com-
Imunity in the Sou th
The (',ontitutioti I n.w lh i. 'l h4nndrp1i agents
wio are iakinsg fro ns 35 t1 Si110 mo month wijl but
little effort,. and withiuit initerfering with their regular
work. \We w.tat omie ,r ,mor. in viur l-ality. Write
for ttenrn.
Simple. coppit" -,'ut toan.i ,.'lr.v* piio application.
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1 11 1 -F- :


f df gOMtWO St.. Aked
_e_ ., of-t te tate Arked K ennedy's
to AppOInt -_"t Cw, m
Atlantsa Ja. is 8 A1 rft | "0110
as. calit g a th goeror of La native
Virtao ,as C " Ow, g
abame. Tenneeo, b d Kentcy to C OU gy Il
Int deleOCation tro their states ._ ^h 1 u ,
appear in pereo before the com-
Ittee oR agrieltare In congress, to
p the bill Relieves Colds by working theta
w, a favorable report upo the bill wt of the m through a copiou
Create national Appalachlin and health action of the bowels
*sret preeene, wer adopted at the RTliev Coughs by cleansing and
gas, &oglog of the "Appalehblian Na. etbeoin4 the mucous meam
Ional osat amoelation Thleurday brio'the throatchestlungs and
tabrothiat tubi
The adoption of these resolution
w the chlef object for which thi T e original
oea-tlon met, and with thti action rn TJealI
ajournmeat ws take with the bril-
ant attoodane present beat on eso
Cains the h actneat of the masur, laxative
rhlch oeam the enserving of 5.000,-
S00 acres u timy In he states CoughS
gazed. yrup
prior to the s loS of the meeting
It was anuouoe by Secretary John C Onlf s to NatIo
H. FInno,. of to acocttttoa, tor m fr Food dDrn g LAW
inr, J. t. OtUoy, oae of the Most _____ ,_ -
prominent womeau'e e ,b leade in n
the south, that the women's clubs of Fr .qm WbOIIm Cel, rI
the United taote would.take this mat. iC33 L aat l
ter up and at once begin an endle W M i e rm.y. m*
bombardment of personal letter*n up- eelwHe LativeColrA qp
on the oongrestuen Importuning them Cn ---m eLt
to secure the enactment of this bill. I Put up in Se.o d r$.00 beoo
Sas ke Laboatsey of
MrL Srees, Member o Wealthy o I Plee Scl to tak
te. PAl., ... m Sui ids
New Taork Jan. 18.-tMrs. Herbert C UI r An Q 9 .
M. Sears, member of a wealthy Bos-
ton family a IO a uet t the hotel SOLD BY ALL DRUGeGIST.
St. Rtegi, ommiatter n .lclde Frtdy _ ____ _U___T_ _i_
by Jumplag from a thlrteenstory winr ... '
Mr,. sare bA beea frequent v s
Itor at the t. Regis for several years. *ome of the Things That Censt
SIe always eame to the bdtel acoom- Lee Maety in Englnd.
panied only by a maid and frequent- Many people think that lse majesty
ly remained there several days. Her -givin iriiilt to royalty-is not a
actions were described by the hotel crime n Griat IBrltaln. The English
people a4 erratl and the mald always statute book. however, contain may
nmantalned a close watch over hae penalties fto such offenses.
miEtreea. Placing a postage statp on a letter
upside down ia a puntishble offenae .
Special Announcement Regarding the is also the derfeanent of a coin bwet,
National Pu"t Food and Drug Law. Ins the roynl Ilhge. Tbthis lastittag
We are pleed to announce that the kilng' cefi"g
Poler's Hooey and Tar for oouha, Private Indllvlualn may not raise the
"oldrs ad 1 trouble s not Afected royal standard o er their deUW g./
. .asroul i no a. This i the omblelo of the regal an-
by the Natoa Pmure rood sad Drug thority nto be dtplayed only where the
law as It ontahlr go opiates or other king to present.
harmful drit, sad we recommend It While an agitator may talk agatt
us a safe reedy for children and royalty In the abstract as muac as be
adults. J. W. MeOollum & Co. ebooea m contemptuous or ai I lting
personal refr rnte to the reglateg r-
Believed Woman Shot Him. eralo open the offender tb a bedry
Ksse,, Ci4, No., Jan. 1S.-'-. A. fne anod imlrionment
McMillea, ef Lewlaville, O. a blll The itllbtet slap upon the tee ef
book aget, was fuad early Friday the king o r quetn-Or am other prt
lylar In a pool of his oas blood In of the anatomy. for that metter-4
hallway it "61 Delaware street He punishable with the death pemalig. In
had beenshot and rob Al thehe reign of Qween TVetorla a Liutes-
hd beeun hot rad robbed. At e ^r
ant Page struck her seroe tho atse
ospItal t e said MoMillen probe a Pe sck he
by woM recover. M llen a with h ca e le was notened to
Sbey woleved be bee. beMilens a death, but the queen commuted his
he bellered e had been ahot by a sentee.
roman, and Stella Arrood In the It is likewlaw a crime to bring the
aUway of wotee place he was found, uniform of the asoerelgn Into con-
wa arrested. tempt To garb a luw comedian or a
villain of the stage in a discarded ena-
kA ^ / I "A form of the army or th. navy is suf.
SA S L R I | Olent to hrln beery ceouare from the
nf V la t Ia I ] |government For thli reason thetrkcal
lr lInkst aa CIirn ,manager. inni,, .re to h that tdi
r r Ym V-- S ll,,a, ,i unrl unlform- rrn Nre not ozactiy copies
ImI TMm/ Nt Al:ajof tbe, r.->l thli,r~.
.. ", _/ __ l i.

IMntm Wof

AVE" i"

By Bayla Yogr BREAD from


Pbe 1L.

L T. CcMArs, Prp.

For yee we have been doing the
Baking ef humdrefs ef Mtid ed eu
tomert. Are ye the Ist T If net.
*e' never e J.



Furniture Sld on Eary
Payments. Ehow Casea
Le to Ordr. Repairing
.pewaty. 8.1 om CoM-

Mil m b fm

The Meot lrlllent Illumination Is Net
Alhwys the Best.
A writer In an englneerls maxa
aIe ofers esome disconcerting Informs.
tIo e the object of liinmldatloaa. dis
eoaci- tan beceIue tlie redef will
probably ind that be tnts been. Inno-
cently enough. following a course of
procedure there deerlte, is i njutous.
For loutance, In the case of eye strain
be may bare felt that even the dim
eight by which be worked was too
strot-, and so turned down the light
thus Increaint the difficulty, or.
what Is moe likely t to he ca e.
wbthethe strain bhas tbn caused by
e brilliant Illumination be fandes
at what la ueded to stronger light
and so Incream It
Ovteraraln from too bright alight is
am to maunget Iteel l y an Itching
aenUtio. In the eyelbllsa. with the
tendency to rato the eyes for relief.
The proper cotnre, then, is to mee that
the lght aiore peIrfectly dffused or
softened au )bat It fails In the right
dlietion. After these precautions
have bees taken It is worth while to
try a smaller quantlty of light thil
trial to continue long enough In tie
for'the yes to become fully adjusted
to the cbaun. The value of Lllumina-
ti Is not to be Jufev by the ppar
eat brighbtnes of the lights when look.
ed at directly-the brighter the llght
the better-but by the effect on the ob-
)et to be looked at. and the most de
liable effeet, so far as the eyes ar
concenrP, hi not always produced by
the moad brthlot lght.-lndianapolis
Star. .
All the World
Is a stage, and Dallard'm Snow
Liniment plays a most prominent part.
It Ua no sperlor for rheumatlm, stiff
jolnta, outs, sprlans, and all paias.
Buy It, try It and you will always
na It.L Anybody who has used JBa-
lard's Snw Llanment is a living proof
of what It doo. Buy a bottle. &c,
600 and $1.00. Sold by W. M. Johnb



Ofie over Duttoo Co's. paa
Phone e. O ialamwvle. P.



a... o.ENTIST...o

Ofice over Oalnesvllle National flank
Phone 200.


0eeo is Miller Law Ezebasse.
tiOfee Pbosa Eo. p8; Relsdeaee o. l



The Sergeant's Tribut. 1B A9 MATHI1-.M V lAJX1 hi
After 1111- ~:l~lr of W el enburg
and w,r*!. i0J.Ii lie bad wonL tboe AtA tA,
crowil !,-V ..W)LICIT914 IN HANCP P
tcerli-N v- \ n t4rw nliror
p-czil: t a barn 4v'cvtild by a -
party (,ft Wiritenitw'rgtrx"ps110"r (A1A VILL9. ALebt Io. FLA
Inst l: Ike a stump oratory OleeIaHs w
goiu *':a too 1,rlnce opend %olthe43- do-or -
antl l.M06k'.InIE E17 o f~ rt. U'ERDIPIAND RIATE,
"'Oh. P I t d f'e I'M .1,m so t disturb. '
I dare s~a% Ct-r's PRD gnfor me to do ArTiN F V ~AT LA W.
the enman..' Paild the prim'.. 'Pray, ( v.Lda.f
who an 1, rnl w x sa oicbr
All rise vre turned ea 0 erg&eat
who. tetie Intellieut fOSllsvabOim Ca8 *1lO U 6 / (In
Iortkel. hon ""e1r. sowvly puaded ws b .Ov sd Q w mlreed), b41-
the eriunftl In bMe s(bd: W*u, tn s sad formiIs ladc. OeQ Wd '
-A& rb atwere you tawIwbootr sIeI, sc austyos -fWert 114Pma lift
Qu 'kly rervterlghisbbP1weec. Of
1nD4, the FrAgcant confsdi:: 3J A. CArSLIRIT
w ftl o c ~ r e e w o at i s ao A T 7 Q S N I TY A T L A W
Mr ic1w'r. ad I UW )UM V buVAWI
fte1, tlj~ e.'young hbo.,fouir dSII'Mo n901
yfteluv a if we U4d s y tym slo wo
ws, wiem lbib hae 0 0e abut vukl Sec Fe (, ssa
Otpp%$fIfwd PeI ee. 411tmilswes
or~r ~(~ul b~n 4-A-ar 0- I bM- mCwfi Aob.% &*& Q a

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-Fid y'w WOutrId Aw. y7 F"uX CLA r X ?wJ W. fBLtor
eard ibe meariSw in eS
mandad ~oo r b~r'gs of stteubd .J
e0. IA wyrts.
41. I to ral som uw~m e

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Jacksonville and New York,
Calling at OHARL TOIN 8. 0.. both 4are.
The Fnlat 8StuIships I t I Ce utvle rs Wlo
illyde New England and Southern Lines
Freight Serviev H etween JA C(ti4Y V IL.LJE. OdT. and
PROVIDENOE, and All astern LPoits,
Callingia at C arleotom both wSap,
Sihlimaund .... .... ...........Frowm iLwis' Wharf, Bees, a
NorthNiond ... ..... From Foot of WsItnrLon *at.. Jahkavl'e

Cvieo St. Johns River Line
Stokping as Palatka, Astor, Beresford (DaLad),d luItrmediato Leaditsr
ona t. Johas River.
are appointed to *al Ms follows: Leave JAC 'eoUN .L1. daily exoept
s~atuday., at 8:X) p. an. ItUuriiilg, lfeavp oiraU), uaIll
10eo p>t Nt ntls, .t I tttU a m.

UWUeoun. t:M.c L. N, orstY,
Lavo 1:80 p. n .............. .... Jackonvlle ................D e 6:00 a.
Leave 9:00 p. m. ............... Palatkl .............Leave 10:00p.m.
L4ave 3:00 a. m...................Astor ................ Leave 4:00p.
Letve .................I.rertford (DeOLnd) .........l.ave 1:00 p. mI
Due 9:00 a. m.. .............. San ford ................. Leave 10:00 a. m
Due 10:S30 im ............. Iterprise...............Leave 10:30 a.m
Passenger and Tieket Office, 122 West Bay Street, Jakeenville.
H. II. RAYMOND, Vlce-Prtidentl and Geoneral Manager, New York.
Pier 36, N. R.. New York, I'lr 34, N. H., New York.
L. 8. BCROIII.E. C. A.. F. M. IIONMONU01II. A. 0. P. A..
Leewburg, Fla. Jackniomvllle Fa.
JackLsoville., Fln. Pier 3., N. R., New York.
C. P. ILOVKLL. Agntt, Jacksonville, lra.
General Offle*, Pier A, North River, New York.
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Throil i I' .i:!!an .mmrvie on All Tramut.

Consylt the "Purple Folder"

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KMttep of General Interet Bth.
ered by Oar Reporters.


tVhat Has Happened and What a
Going to Happen Told In Short Pars-
graphs So That "He Who Rune May
Read" It in The Sun.
Remember J. Manasae's Great Clear-
ing Sale.
Fine Malaga grapes only 20 cents
i per pound at Reeder's.
R. B. Colemas of aco Ga., Is tn
the city for a day ottwo.
'T'o answer a want ad. today Is safer
-for it may not appear aasn.
Mise Queenie Engllsh of Tacoma
was shopping in the city yesterday.
W. Trueheatt Bodiford is spending
Sunday with his parents In this eity.
Are you using the Fay stocklngs for
your children? Hyde & Teach, Agts.
Danish cloth, all colors, formerly
0Oc; Clearing price, 16o. J. Manasse.
0. A. Morton of Wlliston wa among
the business visitors to this city yes.
Everything marked down at the low.
Set prices at J. Manasse's Great Clear.
ilg Sale.
Fine 52-Inch broadcloth, all colors,
formerly $1.26; Clearing price. 98c.
J. Manasse.
Mrs. John Dyal of Hampton Is visit.
Ing her daughter, Mrs. H. P. Holstein,
Went Liberty street. %
Give us a call and see If you can't
find something to suit you during our
big sale. J. Manage.
Mrs. B. II. Godwin left yesterday for
High Springi, where she will spend a
few days with relatives.
Ladles' skirts In Panama, all colors,
tyalshly made; sold for S11-Clearing
price. $9.10. J. Manaue.
Ladles' handsome black broadcloth
costs, elegantly trimmed, formerly
$30; Clearing prie. $14.85. J. Manasse.
Mrs. John Millican of Parrish. Mana
tee county, is in the city on a visit
to relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hol.
s tin. I
ft lnd of Mayor W. R. Thomas
will regret to learn that he has been
Indisposed at his home for the pat
two days
Burkhlm says get the habit and
come to his store Tuesday morning
and you will buy the beet overcoat you
over saw for the money.
P. M. Oliver uas returned from 8t
Marks, where he abs been the guet
of his brother for the past sis weeks.
HIs friends are glad to note ti0 great
Improvement in his health.

Willow, blow. yie northwest brtases.
I'm not afraid ut coulhA and sices-
Sin,. saln )- w,',, voiced Musea.
While I wear I.. C' smith's Khories?.


tlireead Fleer-et Psaiteee.
(emve~teetlly Lrated let Private
'ot "*tl(iw t ank in (l ity"' but
tl. *,,)t sLabihdl e'tairaint, du
Iret <*luil|>m, Iat th e |Ila. for leaiw.,
r'itnle'iun, andt clilldren
O YSTERS (,',Ilo*lI,.

Regular Meals. Trading Ticketsr

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th' fioullow "Vall D)o-
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10N Prwtpure

Made with the but pigments and
pure lined oil. Co vebr nomr
Aurface and lats longer than any
Paint made. A guarantee on ev.
ery can.
If you are contemplating building
or painting your old house you
want the BERT. There l a Best
in everything. In Paint it ia
160 pu Ct. Pur Frup l Pult

Palit, 011, and Glass
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Don't take a olbane, the tgrl you love
You certainly. will loose
Unless you show her your good sense
Ily wearing Btetson Shoes.
T. II. Ellis. Jr., is spending Sunday
with his wife and baby In Jackson-
In most lsrtances prices reduced to
less than coat at J. Manasse's Great
Clearing Sale.
,Want advertising finds employment
for ten people where "pull" and "In-
flueue" helps one.
Prof. Jules lechelberger, the piamo
tuner, respectfully asks that you read
his card in this issue.
J. W. Smith has returned from
Ocala, where he has been on business
for the past (ew days.
Men's all-wool rain-proof 52.1Pch
overcoats; formerly l11-Clearing
price, $11. J. Manasse. *
Ladies' fine milk waists, all colors,
beauUfully made, former price $5.60;
thbs le. $4,25. J. Manasse.
Lrdle' Aie white lawn waists, lace
trimmed-Just in--marked S1.25;
hearingg price, 98e. J. Manasse.
Mr, and Mrs. Ilioxham Dell have
gone to Savannahh, a., where they
will visit the latter's relatives for a
few days.

Ifuslery at
usually sold,
surprise you.
I. C Smith.

one-third loe than it la
and values that would
A new lot just received.

Ladie' skirts in ine vulle. black.
blue rJ brown; trimmed In taffeta
silk .olds. formerly $3I IW-now

96 NM J Manasse
Do you eat orange*?

If so call at

Iteeder' store, West Pnlon street.
R50 dosen for sale at 1I cents per
dosen; two dosen for .25 cets; one
ccint each by the hundred.
Ten Years of Suce- -For ten
)*er* Illue Ribbon Extracts have been
ritwiuig more proStable for dealers
to handle because of the steady and
increasing demand for them. They
always please>.
'The public generally Is cordially In-
lited to attend the exertcres of Stoee-
wall Camp. I' C V .w Monday. Ja-
uary t~th at It o eluckk a. m.. In com-
niemorsthul of the birthday of Oeneral
RoWI*rt K l..4.
wv* 'rhomt- L.o w air of
up tiolate l.,w he -t-all the novlties
fitv rlritll ear l'unmls. buttum
Iumi | o4 n m alld t(o v,lret t1k0. ta
taun iat,.n(t h.ath,,r A.ud dull i ethberS
llydr & Trtch
IMr 'Clara bVut+t rf Alachua passed
IhrItHTh Ihe c!d rida) en route oome
fra Wait where abe had been cal
e4 ot the *ad adlulhn *f attending the
fanral of her brother. Jtoeph (dher.
h h ht 'urrd
Mrs II 0 4dwards rrtLrneol e-ter
day tf e M!'anopy. whe r she *a. a
guIe of her amoher -law. Mrs J
A Odwards abo tha bee quni Ull
at her home e was emap ed
ore by the paUetl who a mow a
Impt dal O er. d who win rll r
br" Iw oft O m

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Burkhim cuts the price of every
overcoat and every suit of clothes in
hls store Just in half. He is cinpg-
lag no prices, and says you will find
the same price on the goods that has
been there for the last season.
Important-By special arrangement
With the manufacturers of the Ultra
Shoes we will be permitted to sell
this famous make of low shoes at
$3.25. The advertised price in all the
magazines is $.650. Hyde & Tench.
We are glad to note that Dr. Arm-
strong, the well-known Jacksonville
eye specialist, will resume his profe-
slonal vialts down through the State
every three months. His next visit
to Gaineuville will be January 21st, at
the Brown House.
The Phlf&t Molis Co, have put
on an extra toreO of help"in order to
get ready for their great clothing sale
whlch opens Monday, January 27th, at
i a. m. They propose to sell every
suit of clothee ln their mammoth
stock In aslays. Watch for their cir.
ular. -
Min Jessie Searborough. a charmu
In young lady of Dothan. Ala.. has
arrived the city and will be here
for several days as a guet of Mrs.
L. Hasoll. MiN Boatboroughe sl
possesed of a moet amiable dlsposa
oon. and will make many friends and
admirers while here.
Why not plant a few Pecan Trees on
those vacant lots? They would sell
for double thervalue. A pecan tree
Is an ornament as wel as a valuable
tree. Froet and eold will not hurt
them--they will grow on any soil. The
crop of a thrifty pecan tree ten to
twelve years old will pay your taxes.
The pecan tree lives to be several

hundred years old. and is least effect-

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Now, when yu ask her "Dad" for her,
Perhaps he will retfue.
bon't got too loe-he wears size ten
Of heavy.$setaoo Shoes.

Now I she tinW e to get a nice suit,
hat, or P' orshoes, at J. Manaase's
Great CJ"Sale.
Mens I ina fine suits, up-to-date
styles, former price $22.50; Clearing
price, $17.40. J. Manase.
LadleI', memn's an4 chlldrens shoes
marked dow at the lowest prices at
J. Manae*' OGreat Clearance Sale.
John D. Cmangham of Cincinnati,
president of he American Fruit Tn-
lon, e In the city for a few days o
I No tIoe sould be test, as this ls
a very uaunal chance to procure the
biggest kind of bargains at J. Mana-
e's Great Clearing ale.
J. C. Vertrees of Palatka, a member
of the Arm of Vertrees & Co., ex-
tensive wholesale hay and grain mer-
chants, wa a business visitor to this
city yesterday.
Dr. and Mrs. J. F. McKlnstry, Jr.,
have removed from the Oak Hall
property to the Arnold cottage on East
Church street, where they are now
pleasantly located.
We do not sell cheap shoes-our
aim is to ell the best Shoes that are
made and sell them at prices that can
be reached by everyone Lt us con-
vince you that we are doing it. L. C.



About 25 Ladies' New Long Coats
About 15 Children's New Long Coats
All the above at Factory Cost.

OI LO T Ladies' Short Jackets, CHOICE
former prices $6.50 to ,
S$10, i~arh...........

One lot Children's Short Jackets, each........ 41,0!
One lot Children's Short Jackets, each........ $2.01
The above formerly sold from $3 to $6 each,

35 LADES' SKMIR, artesd, 1.50 to 810 deh, l rp at t
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Bach laarMw o, but ao advertiae
meot taken lor s thaa Un snto. Six
words make a ae e; no ra teel ae
every word over each sax eating a
* additiol Ue. CASH la advance
must ascoompay al ordered tor laser-
tious in this comha.
LOST-Pointer gyp, white, heavy liv.
-colored spots. Return to J. D.

ed by Insects. Mile A. Bennett can LQST-Black and white
furnish you with grafted pecan tree Answrs name "LOlI."
that will bear in tour years; large Jr., OaInevUle, la
aside. thin-shell nuts. Call on him for ----- - -
particulars POR GALL

I am no floater, here today and
there tomorrow. cutting prices a
tuning pianos, but have been doing
work nl Galnaeville for 27 years, four
of which I have resided here, and
my work speaks for Itself. If any
thing Is wrong you know where to and
me. at Dempey's furniture store.,
south of The Sun odce. I repeat that
I am not cutting prices (either under
the gusj of ornalsing etbe or other-
w lI, but if you want your piano or
organ properly tuned n a guarantee.
call on or addre Profesor Jules
Michelhv-rgr. Dl(pesy's frnlture
stor. (Gaincsvil, Pla.
Additienal S*ihat msn e Page .L

ntter gyp.
T. B. Ellis,
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FOR SALE-Hou-e and lot. Mrs.
M. D. Tarbox. ML 8. Unveraity.
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FOR BALE-nfty pair Plymouth Rack
tomer pigeos, mated. Apply W. J.
FOR SAL--Blaku record arbo type
write ribbonsa or le work at

FOR SAL-ixty Bared Py
Reeks. Write W. T. Joos. Pt.
Whit Fa, IL D. o. wL
FOR SAL--Oood ivroem cottage,
with bath. la Nenth GalasvUe.
Hose nearly new. od lot, acre'
S ha blf. Applyto J. & oo

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FOR RUNT-Two furnished rooms.
Apply 304 W. Church street.,
FOR RENT-Furnisbed rooms for
light houekeeping. Apply 501 Bust
Orange street.
FOR RENT-New five-room cottage in
bSoth GaOeuvlle. Apply at Bou-
ware' store or Ans eoes.

WANTED-Men to learn barber trade.
rFw weeks required; bet paying
work within the reach of poor aa;
can have shop with snall capital.
wage from $1t to $ weekly;
wonderful demand for barber. Cat-
logue mailed free. Moler Barber
College, Atlanta. Oa.

ror the beet printed tatdory call
at The Sa odoa

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a tema40.

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