Gainesville daily sun

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


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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Related Items

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


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XV, NO. 19



I T O hISe ne oni"dp"eb y a: tof the
I | a SloWuta 4 enp t y. U
SCity, M., no. M tI.-WiLt
SVlmu Sl. T W. A. a of Abra, N. Y..
wo- eha .pedraetrloan loading by
r It lK tlLI. a a M Lar osf e ratmil and Toa
ater, etIi n e, N T.. and H.
0. Messier, e MUwauhee, l. ttoi for
ITAUANS TO LEAVE m-e pime*, ne mtatm a i t
Selar y walklag aMtb I ooisvestio
,I- at MOo imams, mrtftd upor
to Slow Tnem Up With 1 U j =s "atvI4: oir s on
th 910 lImia t wea. k at tbrr jounlea/.
The PrghtMted Pofergmrs -Olte extem wmee vo started m~
gl in LarMe Numbersm, Pe1af t Me ey y seve remal. OO them
Mh In l the met popular with the
S-* enrwe is .. lko. a southern no
Mbd I,I. M .--at. gle, w ho ha displayed most remark.
arday wa ander r o b- e power of endurance and detera-
l who Qletly ltookk pdebe. tteab both In his derre to enter the
evt th i'nm d viol rae s a* by bdi work In the past f1t
lao, tdays Is the latest.
tIl*at'to da W aed Blake heard of the race to
lhae wored orm8 041 44 oh be held here he was in Florida but dt-
v, v WS o f ter lad to (rmpete e walked from
l tOrS h te rE 1 lnLhase to KanIs CIty. TI'th la
a4 .:* a d* of his walk the egro Mas with* 'afouat food4 or fun&.
ti Itare la etlsO of He h bd no trainer as the o iher con-
the la"se by p a ooot toftallt, and none noticed himr. fhDr-
wa srthee by sheet
lag the AIrt twelve bourv of the race
Sllt he watled without food and whoo the
ivhsd 0tA fOrset day wsa over Blake slept In the
a out ha age- s ball. He uttered no complaint. The
M oult ini promote s soon dl.eoverer d hl story.
per dayofIthm m s b however, nad relieved him of his bun.
most of them were em-
ger. Blake started Satur<;y sixth
asn the ts t re ac nd probably will share
voa all & er th le mIner.
'The molr were CALLD HE NAM .
lo l o l) haud A DHE NAM8.
th authoriUtl at the staft
Um buthortlUe at the state Jury Says Man Must Pay Woman
trouble her* wse IAl-I Deanrgea in Sum of P601t.
t e ew pa1 botlr. Mo.. 1larch 2 --A woman
t which recently occurred t. Loui. Mo..llar -A mad
of the tatte, in which o be called "!d l
ok iolently to #ve an "Old Cut" y a an, has been das-*

kor away frorm the lumher

aid ~to the extent or v.,on.
td? it Jiiry In the circuit cour

O disturbsas at\leWat j l;Iut for that. nuolt W
m wasM kllef and sever- MI Frklay agalast Alb,,rt .
aded niomlnlslon man, in favor of
I aie (1' Kerone, loxkkIeepo
L DUI their ommlsak firm.
VO LVER tDUEIs Kerone had filed utl
0I 0. charting slan:lr. In
and One Mortall Wound.
eontr Srk Lmber Camp. FrIdjy Rock n! it rtt h
KYu, aITm Ca mree. m terms, but aMei 1,o mean:
.pmat to Misr Kclrene'. The 1
m and a fourth mortally t to MisKl
'i a battle with revolvers.11Miss Kvnone $1. arial dann
a quarretl In the lumber SWp onlilve 4nsap.s, o I
SrLo &S Wilhm B roe anguish of mind.
dsogletos & William Dree.
. now ser he. "rday.
to., Jaime Bows. EXPLOSION IN MIL
&ad Oeorge Fraser had
e h Kr7rr 0rilx MIet In SBroklyn Were
8 togetlerl with labot 70I M Lcerated.
i, haaMa4J lamb ad sta^. d
I M lu r d alw i,'. New York, March 2.--41 i
of Bowes sad PAl Us ?4tbalk Rupbnr
eut fth those Oil Ipy wet er
Slli tI Brooklya were horrlb
y uao a d aerated by. an expla
S"1W as tbeyVo asro.t k
SI .phr I sthe company's p an

and W" SAme Wn ate U h se of i rooft w h was

M- a b raA. Ikdll, O frlo
No Is. LA rovw of pao&ln tr el
wolvsa dsadsswawass rultat
11111 Of La rim" Veothe el so.

1E 6e ha&tory wam &sAOPW
Iesd by the espoeso with

is hs.bes, -sad -les'
with "SM I Daes. Os.. March ,.-

LOSSOP LIIP. d* o a lla ute -w er- lob
to tie La. e JI t we Ps e
55 ~ ~ I'EU r sa iv~ 17SI w~

ts ety. Ibseegh I
to the das
15us. us",rI

tbo No d we

ft~r I ee b heU
VWoe of No
ai f japs~e a"


I bw "m N rt er are mip
brow, Peum"at all ft Stlooi tW

5th,1 --
~ OY ft em* loop ". loom
Pukdes to *4"b1bw

I Ladwee.r I", men%
44o bere nty IrrSmrd ainMr
65 am"d 43. 3. udmeSR
;eoff W bw 0. MOuim
In &Y Pw& ~i. V48b" AI
&I"a tp.MA Ow e me aOw
7 sPn bal rs. Pst* mle
Met ri OYdP 5546 0011W a.
as USwer. bt valesbie I

pwrcruine )M tah55~ ties 1Ikr Ls estimt a

Ai TIs. jj g
-m Ift AAd &Auso
sum ampTleoke.' .,1saft do e am mme

usea mmksaw&aIW. 4 sd il
54 sb 54 WW-00 euumanas.eam
~ss54eswS&m~eft Now 5


Wanlky Wli h Ku I* Sen-


oermT Iliekn OemeW Chosen
by the L altlure to i eted James
I. eoCrery, DemaOeert*l-eceived
Pour DmwerWt Vetes.


Man Kille Wjf ats he Was PeFdlin
Thir Say.
New York. Maroh t.-4- a t of
jealous rae, 0Gores Outlsepe AateUl
emrpt up beatd his wife who wIa
fondllmr their alme-mont eMd babe IS
their home to isbeth astretl aer-
day uad klUed her almost laUst"U
by Bring a oberae of aot ftroM
beavy t Hilag un into bew body.
Followtol the ehootina AsMleo hi
self %$ so seroiorly bslas by the
toother of the dad wom) UU thtt It
believed he will die
'Ph brother, Joe Tuusa, has be
scnt to the hobos of detention, but LaS


lae ld Caris mht Is Ftdu
Fio at Pktisb hP


This Set Pare f the Ielildng adM
Card Players Ped Without Oivln
the Alarm to Inmates of tH 1SM
Ing House.

ranktort, Ky., March 2 Amid curonr laId, he ma) order htI dis- 'IttLibutr. Ia., March I.-One w
emoe ofl wldret excitemMt on ith charge, as ho rtlgatd T'riar action man an n tw) chldiwn were bournd to
floor of the -house of repfW rlnt l'i as juetill abl. death. the fithle Is almslal, two
former Uovernor Willllra OY't'",no Aulello is fort) ll years- old. his houss t wvtre ,hsltro)lt and ta thilrl
Bradlly. the Itppil lks (.:iilt. wife wa s twenlty~JA. T'o) Ithl thl'r bM~ly IlatiIaged by a fire that broke
date, wa IPrtd)ty elect 10 su u l chlHlirvn Anlello wos ct of ork ftr out on the umcontl ftoir iof 110 BrerS
thoe IEt three nionhs antld th litI- utn avenueI slkttatll ) i~mirolingl. T
Ue family llvet on the cc nIl-t a of dead:
the itfe, who worked to I wratht Mary Iau c baulk. ten enr ouf 1o .
t np. Hcrr two brothers mRovP llto Chrletlie lDat htuk. fthur )vars old.
her flat to Ilqan4 wirth the aittlly and Mrs, James It uc~auk, mother of
Sthus help to nmreet expneuw. the chlMrew .
.. -. J. Baudhauk Is mislag.
SHIP CAPTAIN MMU RDERED. Tbhe lMnb e of the womasI a d *1l)
... -- dhrot were not fu Il lunat the Brf
Sedy Found on Wear PFrnt in NOw bad lt a entinralnred.
Orlens-Aeobbery the Motive. J. ltiOetauk, the tether. 0 ct1s6 the
New o)rltans. March .-'Captain r. letllg ronmir filtl w ah ioLok, bo
Kemuble, of New York. mrastr of the emla8e etitl innd leaped ftio the
riulthern Pacilte passMeer steatmer seCnd story whiauow
Aitllhie, was murdered heIl A .trl on It In rIeprt that he ran to dte reta
Satiuii y morninutg os the wa(tr tr at of the builln In an n *f-rt to ove ble
Srar hib ship. wife and chllMraa.
A!o ut 1:0o a, m som, of (Captali The house was a tww.uory rtrw.
Kc.ab-,e.s friends. t w hint pasinl and was n 't'ples on the firs Ist by
t tbhnou the i r.nch quarter of lthe city John KalliowSy, who, co0 1OtrW a%
FORMUH aOVIRNQR *ADLIEYr elnurmutie hit si anl.r tlhortly at- butLchtl' sop there. It it sa1 that
Jaosan 8I MoOamry, I& the ( 11 trd ltrwari his iody %as (madl wit the a lumber of frietailt o ktha ioA
ltate anate tor a twa o a sx .ars, p wcko t. lr his elothlll t Ihing tur nrd 0it', lore *eMatld ir a aI a of e
beenallna Miarh 4. lo. I out. Ithhati hid appartnily bei''tn oa the s(coun6 Iloor. t a. by acsltJIt

SeCI01`6119 : I loot) ws fi irrurvedt
here' aioO 110 l1 ft-vc' 644votes., baroi l y eiim iI a b0411 "ee lte btul. a 1i4h1p w As e w
ra tevr 4) win, at. *00 0."0414, Tho Il1ii t 'ce a sll-uiai. the vrlnir f w aascsl Wuk, bIinli, rM asI6 h iho
IIo nt, tor, abrigugh thei aaletrr of whom ma,' thev fire orted fruir the eal4f
Mittiq Aa. lZIiDekj)b C .i, %4 10 -w.. made Ar or qaArtelm In bCis c IV 81A lamp he 0 ard plefto aro amd to
r for an. I. S 3c. Nutt and Albeotn rarhieu. have' hq V Pasf'tlcing bold bO4upi have tits from tIhe bulhMig W1l0o01
mnd 4 kprveaatlave Cbrys Puaher. o fali o'.e-r staring frors of robbery. 11ing the silat to he 016 sa
for $20,. L4AIw1vH5 ani ltepresentat; 8. W 3 Theiti l fv'IS n b4iwVa Nip pa: n V00o t *1tos
r on ilria of Dojie manty. Vuch and Oe (lrleans and bai *i si eaumbauk, slinul swlulit'ad by the
111.n the mi.' r".1!1108frenitu ew (ir'sana to. aM1kewas ateabsuedl A pnllee.
R) 1110rf RICE S9111NNNDJIDMARRh5S. t WY, a. 11sIW~.4", ntiolng th"fe f lames lees l from
*n I-'--lI fe ibuttes iarssa Inia I "a lar
tes. &nd Affair Attraets Mu. Atontloe In NEGROES COE4 MURDER.l"o"ino Ir u0
rcgiunt of GOenan Court Circe. I hims at 3111. wle ld hpIb e1 1.
Vasuirg, Gornmiay, March -PRnce, Detas of ohs Killing of Mrs. llae 11 41 rkn., A&4 r ao Ito. apt4 waita8a
FodItl4S4 of MBlgaria at, Casimr, *ooo if hases.
Ca l ,.INtr Co 1111. C I h ),bow" Wae re roya Is esIs
Lw ('ar ried eouie r1 es. k t lIe wa., 1 Ci blit' 14. ..Marsh Nai I ais ttha n san a bou, The blas. Also 1 .sM
Crle m rred merei Pul 't it civilIhB ac k 1'-L~iio. Ms" @419 I and kuated l tio e hatb of s obf PJb vk ma
6911`0 10041y tb. r.M a't theW cldli r17 roo'pUteiy, have mode a304anddid *d .b M."lo en".
rapoye 3W ylot b o wU f. as full of The swi of t. d of Mrs .01
,mployr a dispst leti here fr (ora. the set paul W0 ~llein, r -,i i t@I~ WO JAP~ SSMANO APOOVO
riiampany's 44 11110 "Ilw brano of t.&aRalles Pu -.6 w Iowe JP 6111M PLCV
Ily bursed gaally -san, boo Ilied jNot aserew tillriver
iy bsaed hlrli.
on ofas o Pfie Ver 1W W VrW-tI- 4 ttreo (hclumbia. Ames we" mdely tee G of
it as Sat. QoueA Mr. .areOva rela Rrark. Ii ysesel o fthisrbothors, W0.
sees iws.t I asft" hld, tM.W Icpae la a. Jso.e"I-?"Assow p
,k wow b# Of f t *WGY90 I, thial a r soft eI*4y VW"tagll b ae i" Je a
by i sase- mAfIm S104411,epyerWWuW SIbe )1 W il on 6" sP4W"de mrot" o esio 8he d
blOWSs 06 pObses sad am %WIso Ot owt" oldro bieUsbo~ e sldbe 't ago Karl, 04aedmasoboaetas
ad".a be W" &1 e 11 i. Ilts i bad 916 Mh pum t A a" e"sa p free bsm
od by Ire PIte=O f 5eosmblaaWs TaW $ledNhim tw(raobs oCbme
Ialow of VW 7 xM 4C HfWMW ." anblej aWo 00 4meoo0 4W lbW &WOW g" sip"t #
~thos filwo. AftRWthe -eis o so. .. i. 40h t a"a O aWaitTheso" ess .f
SMO. nap. mm W i w" 8 06lWbi60.w. "ai room 6v as
ew. e ber elvi eusY srkbrl ,mes. rr ~I
O o __ beei ,ota be. 4 nw o"sw "am as "iS
Weso W1. KILL" "on IU1u wee N SANS. 1"1-e" "Isomta" a&gA
Ufts fP1 4I o&O opwo is e &I.
pe asom it aoe Te _f C Tow n gorlp u1Wd r 1 We
"W as *ftft K od NO lak SubOM W .Her pemlet sees sgl
anew 0 f tgw. S mod. 0.. Mare sw-eMrs 3. o. 'f Psmeu
we dew Aft-. C. Saires. of a frmwe. I J, SW &%Mo.0 rae b
foI mamof, .Ugo m 4 wa 6r thu1W I* am b Whogo4 d. Io* Vk e" abp"". tu apuse
visa of aSamNois o f t bb agng 0 othreedofheir O ehhire. yvu -ead Wal lvow Sam" M "lo
9p Pa t a Nme wes m (lawsDo ada be"h. sad 11e1110111100" 011111,igooasked alibis ft"10muloom
said of be AM*& -WWWIms lb.A *f tkdo 1Is 11111 hre1 No S U f fd#11
hb1 1 moms the Lede Of .1 uth .hlof 1%0 dreu In S "ws 9gohelm OW to A&
NO" G o s oe448 61 6a cWih w l eW lS ke& iW st sa d .

ShintoYY eet 1 J is) p- k vWS. heiW t
I S-41,, esOm 41Fret's Mr. GPM" sbbwboINI AM. nt disesos gu me 0o sam o

4* Inj mhei -0 belr M5ss4 --' hl35r -- Ok Ia he thedeml s seee
46 4 11 1b0 as lr tohe1 -. I s reIeadies
I&aw ay VV a es., of w oes boomFire coo a P8a0e,*.NNW

(~T~rL~C uaLu, ,.11 meYY is.1 1)- ir' I ("bbeb WSlb 6C~ t0 I~ ~
k Tom nu, pe~l r 1111 WN11I
--I 0ft Of warns e sd "N-OW SW -to"46WWIi Ow he pF ol0ft s e Iinw a, 4" WNm3, --'Me
IN -w W M gasov I e "o ot to ",ot N r infrm reo we&&
3sho.U6 $NV wMove. lP" OW 06 m iteas 604Wpro.
low MW 0. 0 mm 1W.-0 w tsI r sPW 04 11 100 isr1 "asso r o t.fI" IN see
S 1dmSA- son* sa S, I"is ;, W% goNW MV0 to aOwo. U ftova"* gt "It am seaslKwk
so ba gs t4of" M"" W so w Im the sworst 31as155

siniii f ew am 111 f110" 9~bC or Gos p. 4 t
gan to~ -Wsbi eq rlm e'sM toI wards.;~ rr SI

4' L-~I' farm"
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,o .; wefe e. "eby 'Dr.
ol lowe" by

t a ei o"Wlbtomit wi a

'+' B-HIB of *wo- H of one
h aal". ey are lpopiAe m-ssa
esppad ythdu a ri

t welese oby Dr. Clarewe 9.

l and have made a reor i the
tai*a platform bthyi, at the

+ lle ateaW. I V
A A wh, timu ea sets Mon.
voekwh n '02i a M"mal br, o

dayl. t ere well plbse. and feel,
the Mlesa t have wdeoa a been
repai thA out t-haaouat tqu
I Wta-l
day wt rwa p9&adwol

1Wedgpt Program

we*r* Ir'M o I Athl iat of
era3 works at lalerea u
S At 10: o' le tk W oprarC there
: wi "s a seol of health Oad do
-mi -olaoe by Dr. CaLmly Odepet
apt4 a1:stem1 frA t"eN aUme

beaes l : T *
L Searn nd TUsemofr a ts for I
the Body. ,
3n. Irtti. Tbher Vale and Preser.
3 t* nfttlsm '
&. LIN De
4. obe e thgo e tlek.L
Leature u*itstu.
1L Patent Midmnlusttated.
I. Aeiea ee.
.llr Twlq iat Jf ase sad 1
*wj ,
*L A atotot a>toy Why not? |1-
O not?
t p. I therewia lwbe
t;', 'tt4om by the *hm
Mm t a full hour of superb ent
Att I o'lock the White Rom Orch
witt agat apper, followed by a leo .
two "Robert 3. Lee." by Dr. Richard
W Ukiaso. Augusts. Ga.
a ____ tO 'k 1

NWS OF CIT 10 1 1A

Srd. NewbereMr o avannab,. ooe
S f the me widekllt aewa ad mot
p u ti trver en i ete rod.
gas N G bm pae
to the aly Mr. ltbeteir -ay a e

A I. I ra anl us. llwell. oel
lJ a lk, ho h a e but whe hI
lad toee hAme mearte theo growth
of the with a drat f of pleaoi

TUesJaRIgts of Pythwis to Caimes.

ite bl tmareeary orf te uodI
elr With a Pa ba t T
*I l away~ t oam to a pebwo
ft'a-L .Msh .' etoiisng. No

Ltd te Uml rYb In their grem
apwt News b
A. H. Koig and w% ftswAL of
Jbbmiveme weho hav ban bae for
the paM thne or fw days vittti
li anad ftindetrwes b Utheir

Iow Sunday. Cot. King with a trtl
of mtrelds euaoy a hat at the
Seg- of the peea. which was also
a* aorlaful on tb 9he 'i* uiet U'
i I r '3.... M .nmbvir of
-- or "r game.
The srtatem t whikh appeared i
St ae days ase that Mr.
'C-a ~U'ar ad Mtha Lcudll
I ie bdW ben murtrd at Imn.
S A trea The MiWamIoem
AdIM l t Io*e of that

oft" '
Sat I lf tt the emelrm


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I will be pleaded to aow the ladi
he latest creations Islae mlery.
Navin#g personmay selected sthe o.
I ea assure my fr d and eaosteer
af the handsomest to ever a@ a i
alaieevile. Store will be opet Thur
lay afternoon at I o'clock. Come and
make your election. Mrs. F. T. Md-
Mrs. Oeo. W. Moyers, after a brief
ut pleasant visit to Mrs. H. H. Me.
Creary In this city left ISnday tor
Orlando. where she will be the guat
of her sao. K. H. Moyera. for te
to few woek. Mm. Moyer a
many frids here who will rW t
hbat hr stay was of mob *bort d
atio they were uabe to ee her.
Mr. MCreary wasted her to pro
lo her titt. t ae wa an
too& bwnmm Is 69 l ll n

All"e RteeesW's Weda4i
Was semoeths to be recortdd to
the anase of history. Merbeh bas
b akowledged the reatel of
live r wulata. A poNitve care ar
bros headaehub oeaatlpatlo, ehill
sad feet sad aw liver coaplaatts.
J.. Sa th. Litte Roo Ark.. wtts:
"H e Il tue re atest Urer mdi
*lse kwwn. lav od It for years.
it doe the work." So by W. M.
Died at Doughter SedlG"ele.
Wmrualgrmw. AM., nar, 3-MN.
Sarah A. O-ataer. f elarmile. lad..
dropped deed here fiay at the bet
o d of ha slok danlter. Mr. IH.
t. Haven Mrs. Have t wasM etek*
en writb arpeodtastl sad her oth
was at fr, The eho0 k of en oo
her daughter o ill was too smitelk fo
her rand she encumbrd to a bear

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SArl Or 1. 014 ame 1 of

I.I li lld eeta J. .
'jhttjr. who for t pst yer hab
1ee" the generf t paftols t of
:1t" road.
MR. lass' a plntmit, ovrthe qIe
ua4** of nrtt Vle.PrfM A. P.
SStuekey, went lato et on the t
litsL although the appotafioIet wa
announced by clrular letter on Feb
ruary. 20th.
Mr. Cutler s an *Oeflent railroad
ma, but, owlag to the fat that he is
largely interested In the ee manu
otauring business in ti Stats re-
signed his position to order thbt be
might devote more attenUta to his
person affairs.
There is no more wtdely*know rail.
road man in hPords than Mr. lass,
who suceeds Mr. Optoer. He has
been eonneted with railroad Jt in
lorida for the past olfe year, m r.
ly which time e worked limsel up
froa tbe dispatbs 's table to A dlvi
toa Mpernttedefo of the Atlamti
Coat ino, wbkb pohokm he resigned
a little more than a tear 1ao to a
oplt a poIitioa wti th Tamp North-
e.a then bIldloN a td for whlch a
grat ntutre was promised. Tah
sraoi6" crisis os a sloo, *ork w
uaspeded on tho t g t railroad p
Jct, when Mr. Gla se ver d tMs en
neotlo with the Taaps Northn and
establwhed an tasuraooe bu s to
kPalapk His fOtd4ns for nralroadt
was too reat,r hewer, and he aW
cnpted tfie appoatmnt of gemral
pertatendent of thq Tamps sad Jackm
sdvillet, to suooed Mr. Cutler.
Mr. O'ass and tfatly resdd hetr
for several yer, ad friends will b
mlad to welcome them back agan.

No Man Over 4 Need Apply.
There's the sign that' getting to be
a common thing in Ameriea.
Corporations are retlrtn men at 50.
They are not hiring anyone over 40.
A baldheaded man often looks 10
yIears older than be i.
A man with gray hair always does.
It Is Important nowadays that a
man look la young as he Is; it i
vastly important that a man havlag
a family dependent upon him should
take care of hs haitr.
If you have dan4druf-et rid of it
by kill in the emas.
If you r hair s htlang ot-top It

wate uy tm -.
TIr I oM reIedy that wll su
thaa *lsfotu ee and aid y to Irs

Parista gans t5 PNet Ftim
Hair teetor to geraied ito e
aMtaUy remaw bYraE ti tue
wak, or t r naglt will gL
yte your mepay oas.
Pariseaa age ate ps- ba haiP--
It preveutaNab ar etm wr ( Pra.
It i the beet hemIme I ladles'

Imuy. soft mi hamalr t dis adt
Useky ar naq.
Parsatoa Sae ts son and rigidly
guaranteed by W. M. Joaer. Prtid
Meek bhtes. If yea de set lU

Masr a doIgim who ato Parisia
age, oed a W etats. Mam- e Ir
V. and we will uld y l a bar bh
tie. erees prepaid. Oirt Mft
Co.. Buhak N. T

tre ~rm *e Cmmmy PWO.
Pltts rta, h., NMar 3 l.-f
nsemployed sea with targe hateS.
!n Fr Cr fM irttlad. TlM.,
I her tw will fatm had e tM
cuiroauaty pt. Other blMatt a
Pr('ri to bo sulth and Pll M
Iad os a aGgr plea.



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Aboraeft al did* &W NO tufarmoo urrdied reaudW )&a& ft %W QOl. Ouf

-7- IsMWweua a&mow of pcoatieae AAoder wdA l m-I ei A-
Real Eatbad Cit #Laoms. GAINESVIL FLA


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POsrum StOCK


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Fire. Life and Accident is
( -I- Mma~

Your Fire

With a policy i, ow of
the Insura OadpinIO
we repreent. Why wr-
rysuch har isk wo w"'11
carry it for yOU s44VOT)
reasonable iat We'lI
na:n,P the rate On 1l3
Ilrviperty at *oYe w~bast
s uggttiot .

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a n L.r Imm m
emum t e put a6t0 Mt wta
aomb t o A lt I wa roe yeo
I. I mkutam. A

ad d ort Pm, g As
W. = Pla S Pn Ma
r|rri r bel mD phAm u.
r and a. U
S FoUl or, J po b U anM
COdd ylCineme i M. o0
i made from Alva Gold he
an alloy me oath pre

everything is the BOT. le
such rtumialb dMo our work ou
WBah-Gran, Modem Mth-.
timadm With&fee tO150 ter
Kt mr than otbe deatistm' In
I't R to om ovadvantage qu
makbnd oM? and
Beparat instrmments for A
od pLtianto. and each In-
i mwilied before and after l"
SWlm xtirasri. bei
Gaasevwlll, t an I
Is oeatify that I had
made by Dr. 0G*. Me
that same t perfect- ehb
ry. His work s the
In every respect and ma
wl m lower price than Pl
charged. A. L. COUCH. Ire
e ht


m baRMl. lMales t. N.


Mrs. Annie Brown iold to
Hammond of Hawthorn.

,Impotant Ial estate deal
l romedenee" property bIa
In this city, which Is evl-
the confidence being maul-
Gainesville by outsiders.
deal In which F. J. Ham.
l merchant of Hawthorn. has
Sposseesoo of the fine bome
year owned and occupied
M Brown, 205 West Main
It oe of o the handsomet
eeoatv y located homes
. betakonly oe bloock r-
the squre, aMd oas
I w thorImghares.

-M '-


re over-bought am
p for new Spring
afl kind. coming in.

,asImthan ONE-
W bam pFwitU
or lin" FtamU!

oufr dook at
himp~-in f

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Thrw New Viioee Greed the
Gongreptins Her e Tht ay,.


Eminen Dlvine and Feld Werker ar
MMehodlt CoeIIgelatrtalId Large
Ceng-r-e-tl a&m bO Lamwt Preh
id-Tm~ eaeon at Nwmt.

uday wan a feastay tor ehureh-
rs of GOetalasvie u e day at-
led uloet a emeral chaMi e o
ram the liMe of relloa work.
h the reein that tare number
aed out toa br mew pIteeemn and
it then MInt Meodast ehurh. ain
mior lmb Rev. John B. lay, fld
mt of the southern CoUed Ito
'a Methodtat coge, lled the pal-
,reoawla oa the auhlest a "Re.
aws IucaUeo." As i al. his
mon was oae of aret lateret. and
mnaded the closet attention of
Slare conregatioo which wau
sent to greet um. Dr. Ley, who
an "old Alaehae county boy," as
expresses It, Is a most earnest.
ent talker, and never ails to In
et his hearers. He was working
the interest of his college, and war
te suoessful in securing donations
I subscrtptiona.
Lt the Baptist church In the morn-
SRev. W. R. LAmbcrt. president
the AnUtSaloon Leaue. filled the
pit, the pastor, Rev. 8. I. Rogers.
ng absent. Dr. Lambert Is also
pood speaker, and was greeted by
arge congregatton.
here were no services at the
thodist, Baptst or Presbyterian
Iarhes Sunday eveningll owing to
Services at the TatOrlrnle. which
rked an Informal opening of the
rida Winter Chautauqua. The con-
galtons of them( churches attendedI
STabernacle servlce'r, where I)r.
oas .Alexander of Nashville, editor
The Southern Review, author and

lpreanehr. and a man of Alouenrre, de- oa tofr Mro. rPaIIa -fwn.
livered a fine sernion on The Ilble; NNew wa received In iiatatiih
a ;i Relation." Por nearly an boursi yesterday of the sudden dealt vt Mr.
entertained his bear-ers In a most In-I l'suline Bto n at the bonis of lirr
tereiting manner, which dclmonstrated daughter In Tamra sunday ntra.lng.
the fact of his ability. ir. Alexan. Mr,. lrow was reoovrlina front an
der will have charge of the IIhle attack of larlppe and her d-ath wa

lectures duriln the, ('hnutauqua. whtice
will be held In the monring at 9 3)J
o'klock, and to which no ashiiswinlon
will b' rhuarged


uneUpcsted. She was the Ado of
I Mr. Tobias Rrown, a fornr, merch
ant of Savannah.
Mrs. Prown waa born 1i '.lIstadt
ian de Wart. OGrmanyr. a,,i was 71
e) -rs of age. She was ftr vears a
resident of Bavasnah and h. i I large



Oe the Impott Duti of Physicio
the WelkhIformed of the World


Louisville, Ky.

San Francidco, Cal.
11 S. A.
Lnondon, Enllad.

New Votk, N. Y.

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Neolro Hanged at Osrlqn, Ga.
a vi'pro, i or it-o-, mto( li'r K A $alitit,
(if j:li n:l, lle p~xl Ihe oelath penalty
Friday Air hh crtimo Isle aNS & oi-
at .ivtii rmt. .'otter rsyana "ive minutpt,
Ow.' Wiack capa wa adsusted by iberllf
Rail.'! neodt the trap s'rousg. th
Olrlrd In 5 ,oXtt twelve Minutes.
Any kit Iih-ins it a templr telster
'I'll #- ii, i* iou wt"Iteh the wvorse It
Iti-fiess INwI1 taa ('lntn (nt curpe pile..
. ROMAn my ibiLn It insl At all

4 4 r h tff a '. -

Will Occur at High School Auditorium carcl of frtenda. 8he I su* LIved b
This Evenin. Three aos. Meaer. ii H. A I rown r f
The (alnesivlll public IA to enjoy Tampa. Max T. Itrown of va(nnash
tonlght a meot unusual prill-rae In land J. T. Mrow. of Atlana u d two
bearing Mr. Frank Chapmain' lecture dasght Mrsi. Hannah tlru n of e.
on the Birds of Florida and the It. van is and M n. H. O1 Wwl of
hama. The two followiar quotations TaPnm, thlartMe randrhihtra sad
from The Washington tar and The two t bmen. -- ateamah
Beaton Tranwept will show what Newa
claM of isations are dm-udies Mrs. rew wa for aatca yara a
as eWrtole, sad what aort of appr W reeliat of Oaiaewvtle ad h. r samer
etaUea he meIts n tihe lhiUbt eam redls here wiN lear,> of her
laetmoc and eda atonal derelek la deeh wol dep reret. Th. rea lns
Mrtan ettt: wotb*: s1* rbiaMR
The PeliUaut of Americ' wa
the smbje at Instra"td lee""
grp by ra n M. Campuba of the
i Art Mea Msfsm at NatuHm J Haery 1 MAw

bthe met athie wtamo. *ot heny
of the mae m de ll stree s .

emoe f toe aa armst to a AT TNI OLOG OPr
milbe bt W9begme al Mr. Chpimail
a, ,maiw ii Wrd, ,etM w e'M-........ ..... .. ......NT..
PaO aem Tboa ate Tr saee: u at
ew l IereN be his rm mwda PU
was., -.." te.. a ......... .......*. *.*
Lmes ** us_ (e_ a a.... h^IW awI

a- aeu r e a --e ,*, -. -fl U.4flB

48* -' Me degr e or andmao a
im a the *e-, Ilab e liII .. ... ... .tf ...OQi^

b rI aP eer a. Mg...... IOW48 O
e w raI. ae e- are vemy im S*

aim be, iwebe -M o" ,O A
Wb s alWo- lin

L-- -L- A. .*oa es e runem

I' PW m o "M
ma"a. l ON" M

AM *Aam"" tlow


,Miss NI Norton
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NoeltUs, B004okstlouer
sou in, lShet Pltr
tad Picture Frmame ..

IN gust Llkrly IZftf,
GUM 0 ll&, * FLN


II&, I-'"'" *' i gnu*" rhar. their
lboli 'l'S Is l nuieias too Lmake w
;m'og~l.'myolt, Wednn ~ rtire
v (S away 0t 1 9eaon lm O
fest wI, the I00Ima" w tiOe msw
rimlet ili a im bpoD: W%
lw't, to pmeIsto mao v do beii
l~iac. I ala ifl6P("' I%
pnemoul; VANVY! TIRl, Aft pf
Imoviod, Ar a.. Ac.


MOT or GoSMo or



f SS...4I hS

For 66M s.2 211JMI

fDmstCMA" otOl

1o UiF bIr 3 p o m IWGU

~i win, (esly ml IbtyflreMU7n :
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is to leasS ast to t. *lnative atandinv nnd reliability of the leading manufacture
me of Imilecinal an'n's, as the most eminent physicians art the most careful as to
the walfot, quality perfect purity of remedties prescribed by them, and it is well
hbown to pylicia;ns and the Well-Informcd generally that the California Fig Syrup
.Co., bV reast of its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical character of
I prode t We I attained to the high standing in scientific and commercial circles which
is aorded to successful and reliable houses only, and therefore, that the name of the
i many hai become a guarantee of the excellence o* it. remedy.
plel to th Well-Informed n every walk of lif and ae essential to permanent suc.
ase and r0 ble standing, theeor we wish to call the attention of all who would
*l good hlth, with its blessias, to the fact tha it involves te question of right
S with aU the term Implies. With proper knoowedge of what i bet each hour
of uearsatin of enjoyment, of contemplation and of efort may be made to costribrte
to thae ad &a the use of medicines dispensed with eerally to great advantage, but
s la many ta tances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the
.proper timer the California Fig Syrup Co. feels thatt t is alike important to preeat
trthfully tlhe 'abjet and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has woe
the approval o physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-Informed because
of thbexcellem of the combination, known to all, and the original method of manufao.
tun, which Is haown to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. 0
This voabhle remedy has been long and favorably known under the name of-
Syrup of PI-antR has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of
family laxatIu es, and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna. are well
known to pbhyciansi nnd the Wel.lInformed of the world to Ix the' tweit of natural
latatives, we have mlopted the more elaborate ne on -Syrup of Iigs uand F.lxir of
Selna-aa ate Ifully descriptive of the rene'dv, but doubtless it will always he
called for by the shot ter name of Syrup of FiF ,Iandl to art its beneficial ellf'ct always
note, whpu purcha.'.ng. the full name of the' omp(m'ti\ California Fig 5.ip ('o.--
plainly printed on tih' front of every package, wvliith, you s imply call Ir Svrupl of
PrigL-or by the full a.nHm- Syrup of Figs and Elixir ol Senna --as--Syrupi t ,i Vin and
Blixir of Setu-- is the one laxative to nwdy nanu(fadtrerd by the C('lifornia Fig: Syrup
Co. and the same heretofore known by tlhe namn S.r rup of lFi -whichl htni given
satisfaction to millions. The genuine, is lot sale' Iy all Iletding drugll -tsl throughout
the United States in original piackag Ke of one bize ail., the regular p ice of which
Is fifty cents peter Ittle.
Every bottle is sold under the general ainarentre, (of the o('nmany, liled with the
Secretary of Agriculture, at 'Walhington. I). C., th the remeylv is not adulterated or
misbranded within the meaning of the lFood and Uiugs Act, June joth, two).



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,40 jm. la m ft son*
A' 06Wd ~q~~n

with a, O 'sr1i *j"th
J-~klbr rrJ W i I f 0 ~u low 604 1

ofh p be" ism".ft hat-

~. ~ ~ ~.hin eashwhe hmi hat Immaft

w 59W.Shehititet, m
IM "OldM wafttehis ,wk#=ft
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$* lsea ftedlal eh t sS
Uotlr** r" iM" NOW1curt,0ru0%o

of1 b". 36b)
W 1I~smhh 3 ~"qml pre hi Itch W

AOW seatmus"We
a eU hm l..1* at
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tansJO.l w l h 1b
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to i

pa~e~ .Iik III

Groomp~ 1L~ku b k

toN wto 80if

so" woo a bt 6

bm e 19.p

1W wet am t *beIN I"#s on

Iw ?*,Mv

t J lak sit 0 a em

the bladderMa a
tes o ucdwoste away rell by eeft
addt almostays maltut
tga a dmemuuw of t Onkifteye ai d
a iA obtamd quick@tV aroy r a
in badly, yes cmw mn ~e p. wistakpby
gret kdnyI h d W .rviue 1W
It orreatlmabfi tr to W11urlim nd
.eldiag tu coming t, Id, ,m'e,.
oawes t ib meveea es of beng
cesunellao to W khrOURA time day,

a a tihe -,ra-Mr dr_
R054 Ism onyeaHlod
Awt for its'u-derfW
0plemoont to takeMA d I
gIbI infty-comt ud
attlea. You myhaYvmea
Ws wmimufut ew dW.
Arte Im all albot It,
mall.L A4irossDr. MU
ghmmtLs, N. Y'. Wim
in tbb~ -
armli~rr o

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slob 0 So LabdolP Pdlm fto
syMg- Te Iame osws Ow

P.tI avowh W a Mw .he1
spas eat rn b rrtadvYi he

1s-tr Oss- re 3*.

P.a bw ow too bais Flam a
bf his hI IM LemrA Cwre
We the4&nXMAS Aheve bM
P1 bw hoktM obat II Timiot &

aft, an" tkw IM60bb"m~m m
son" tebM fs.4"f

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Nw OPN Bill)$, 10.. m. tell ,. t. A1M. Wim

& hib


BEACKEY led His AIS4381P,~hWF4

HORSE SHOW, Feb. 17 to 22-&e T ~h -dard
Stock Fam exhibit and 100 other horses on's~t1h

Lf'5 KOCK SHOW opW me as Feb. U-Stt and
l300o1thefut4. heF osoeb, Cat, milrd, Po.Isvi.igsemmdriM.. Feb.
13 to 1&0w inu 4em *mt&u
MANY FLORIDA TRIL S OWSm800neh A4Mu 'bee Vii.
lap, 5qwtme Vellepe cud US tWq, pm~s chews 1uiYpJ~filsrgm nrw
Aala s, ka. Sh. la*l irIr.mmb 3.bhrr .IC U~--a&I. C

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~r.SIS~a~ $ em'I~ -- NigerI~ -

aear' -i". p ,'L .-YS~ u.Ls "~~ Iin~ms wit vIem 10/l
uw -~ N61!br apfwuaS~a real wh0plmg *
No hel S1** API-
lor for last Aw U

u UW i "vuo tht humb
mat OW N= L ISS h.Jm
.~~~Uf~- ~ t SL@SSO~ NEWS O TeSy

Rkt. l~ 3.~ ~I 4IruicS lnC~ IS W.eme, Feb t~-Th. Moue. p
mis' S aw 4 1310Y W'~lr5 hel qrte a usul Urn. wla thlfS
Te WihS Wm 4 UlrmL 10b. t I psi ves Qim the 1kth Mr. sa W
lipa. LW- t. o esoda uo iwtbei a b

?bs Deae Ibubt :. wU aIb 61 gawkI 10eb rnt t~ulwr
larli, 1sW0 sd toon ofm t e. sa&d SUW
mount for anWO-Sdba-at gave a ion""
A br~ .SWWhen I to10BLOMS UIIWA ?0'7 1WW

hailt abS esrnte&M lruke. It uS~r eob. emI wattrIP00
b" 40d 110 a si plsso .l hwba
to PSm bP"49 asWe&se06.1the evmlup. f

,eAr. Waelagtom party Aat wew
TheDadbW10110M kb % Mbw f 5 Wii s diMtewith

low 1 o tf"t mm t" & was IS I
Tne* SuullON party. Mrs M 801116
AI hM6 am01 Ml. hilyisao bedr heWideaWSW

~; 01.ic d ~ai ad. adI werer swum r~ 01te iim
Wit Old Vshe- the1 0b. has u m
csOmrya604 rat that Udo, WONk e
40"W 0" so IMP,

the ~ey ~ Se 4n5go wdo love~mat OfUsYUeek0allthe yg
have ilsi were ala rydesd ueh jyb. gutee

the ~3 promight.Urs-

: oT ~nw~l d0 Y Pwer p3leyei th wlsr re. Ujs
A WIM IA bW NI aur by t PmsYs 01

4" Msf mI e! w

41 1M JMJ Nsat eftM 10 sMiNp
Of Wm IN*ON 0 4b p r a t Oneu. t Se v vmbd m
havealeLwwo n rlr mM Is s-nW dr' Me
W06 %ON# mot" mamomw sm& The bw am I' wb Of gum I
.S~i~g~:4 awamma Was most -Oftwidr dew edII~, I
Qr w sow we`U" w"' umrm w wr v& i

f b' j, So -wwrbrw
Val P 00ka RL 08100,010W ad*"*L
Ynb o Otrok Phommil krir*~

I'MS "". Mr am Mea M
sorrhont 4 remcng out the il

Mr. sd UP& J. W.Jmf~~l

i~ w Smams qw4m townl

Wi~~S'. & M Cdft a

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and Rtun .I

en in an eci n tervu at duto ortoru ceottuou
tions or a "t 4 r down" co tin of b of b t oh wonder
: and emulbtem i to benefit them,. The uason Is phia.
d emulsions a od in their p but they cannot buWd up the
the nwrwv hmve bn toned and q w,.
's only m remedy that can eit belth to women In this e-
ervous con itb4 bieaue it acts d ,i lup there Ivws
I dA

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I tj ly remedy of its kind in existence. I ntme implies, It's a
p or the peculiar exhausted nervous cudtiosn resulting from the
t rush and tens*li under which American Ite. This remedy
Illft~a portant gap in the le of medicines.
1a Americaniti supp es to the body Just thope elements which
Nt cannot supply in 'suan ent quantities to meet th unnatural drain
spna nervous system. e
S~llphonrs In soluble form ls the basal of this il adld e food
itof women haen a n bs saved from nervow ploatation by the
use of Rexall Americaltat To all conditions of rrous derang
iamt h ustlon and debltty tbdag permanent rndL '
75 '8af Pi


J.. W MoCOLLUM & CO., Druggi


mSm 3m~.Do&* bg W"
ift poc ed too Q* a mo
a bh s vu by allrwmovl d
K no* wbk wich unh.
ON wif
9% W. v ,ho b" ees
, IS ,t~ vsty oIcty. t
bwer Mr. I
1 4, a we m, a .,.

ru, home #A Wo boo buy
:t o= m ad uown to
0 'lbthqC Thoey %Ibab
is fI~w wto r,*s OVA am* of


1. l e, d .Feb 1.o1104.

Mipeed C'ra hIk1r0. Job"u
inUv'WISow WAS it aslow

b ue" ma4Lmhuh..m" he
YI r~l'a law' Nablo-- U


be so"aw ta mes atloAIt k
vro 4be hiss. MAI ts t o s
Ue. be ambs sIWOe be aI msaa
ekuab sh VeseerT. omu "WlO.

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.4 two 1e0rs. We SrMm s aW
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tbe plso 1Mm mormim U INSen moh0 u64a bts

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~ W o AsM.~ a'l bod Wt ii~qagthl Sbglsussful berlnts In Abating _________
.....was......... tog lr~k L tlra 1rtsms alters rti t sn hisrr 1Iam ustIrely ur~a3955a
v* i t GAN41U r v sehtoue0d notbe toi Wo

wr wg ~aumelled rrmerally kuj m a~nerllod ro5

s'b tio isiby s.oonw h
AJLr:r.!e~~A.A.i~eL IJ~hun. Ni ~iPt that. eatarrh wis bleo41gg/
tmSse. ts &1 ger m tIosble, ad tCUe
rA thne nts In Abatingodo

9Dseet ~ 4* 5vs.a5r h w'~ i the dlr yos bnge. Ir~imur .nl cr. Everytbing fitrointcl. The~ traveling mae's
WtheM1" the am eo* os
too frok we^ V011007. V upwI QW"IL to = entirely wwommmr

V hVb els e s m let lb dbea life tad e lt rathi and IWlnyor
vW p p appewwwoo braIrUkft on a. 0111111% 'ay sow that 01001011 to soads
h"t It u"e i mwqsv y kst ande11of-sotar00ha

st~r bseW 01 1a0 at4ir k rae Waot oehIs & Co. e so oit nQ I
fob L Mko WMNhasdtaroefud th"

r w4bysuu esy n dPOtlo a J. -oNey If It doe wot do as that Is0
J141. dw It Is & Bser mhat ut bW elaiedd for It.
WOYcl $aWt be Of vU eattIsea tapped him oc_'medic" '
t 05ft1 19 thelu soLder a d mid: Mels Prepring Canlvr.d CASE 60000 EXPrESS BOEPAU v Thitv o i
ON "are my p11TRiner.f f M Freio, Cal., Mkall ng $11II
opw l Wr p ridi rb urt Itites #.50 and uplrll I p~A

4~.Nmr..U.~uu.m# IL( (b~ tL bot hers to ri os the u.Camer B 4731 kt lOO tluts.94um... Oo~le~ed
AWOWN; Wft, and 110610 10 the VAX XX X P" ....;..... ,RlS

~iC~ ? 9iHaIn't poe yibraid of yW5Suf?" At ru la~r D. B. RPy, of thePi pa *Flualts ,...........lPLb M~.....,St
Jesthme ast -.0u9 rtood. Th-*4e s. k f ospe.P" S.Aw". wedo hasbees01 uZ 1Pl ~~*"*1U o~c~ auu- aT.
at *Vp0AW ws *Wnot 44 baftns, s thmm IS WQI .~

atIde Mt l M anlW a bor eato yern Whel 1231 (fnt'lgt aItI). 12.o7 begeki-i
rbsWhh r~b:(~ un he kl hr a baby. hp~ the majr eft the PhlippinJ Meedl Willw.. r I) II Old H ~omestea N. C. Oem Wnbdb
UIQ* OS..da od dlw5*UiS foll5*cd. alter which gac P r preparing for a big carnival us rr O......................* 8.20 CJO tirn ld.(I
V:hiwM'y 3 WV hear lt laugh yap epjdoyd Pj arll cad 45, tb. patronsea ad direton of 6 P1 Ih QUart .............. 45 I3 ad 4b
a -ant"LAs'B-VtAdosta O "lell I ansrd wood, wh o ese _
*. lIlmiled doll bt a (Ga.) Dirlyt Tints. it to bring together the ledlugt pus . Ol alfx )e okylrd
Quart..........$ 4.29Roc4 lard wst ..."

egged hR W "tos Taw popular aggretion of tUn stpl a otohce dfferent tSlod.-rehlfeund th.................eN.C. Whi se t:::...... 1r
u So MI. Rlk'at artists will atpsr at the opera brown. ii 7 Quarts.............12.00 N. C. Whit. Bls. ..,.........
4" ".0. t. on hx a0u1 Ja huse, Oeeavl le, OCP three hI htLienSun S h Ry aIu sI Osm........... p
*S .* e cit" to another. beglu )nagn t ray. MarcWh 1.
~5tbret Lumey PH' was em, MsaI IjIsrueUu speslltles w. And remember the meut Urns you 4 1'~l1 QPrt .............S 3.75 Rye YLW~sbuh~zrs C-lyisu
as Awimer "of am: Manila Preparing Catrrf l-oue va r6 CPull Qrts ... .... .. ..s 4.ia
muIk other ti tweem iks the usem ay uring the a &Wfrom pain-caused by. da 1t&S.ars..........60.
weatWf*tathf ab.adhere-w&Io he vyour wd s1era 4 fn Pats.... ..... *9 1.0Opppg45..'*
wI bO te~batshis tigltB.B. May, ofllarD AY Y.lewtseUur.00 6 it.F "...

ain't Lynbat. It wi cureA you. AU .bottle 8 A.'whobas ow 11............ U79 1.60 1.:ad=.....
hN4tuem Wt business warn of tleu..Case **.*.n**They.bad. emir In
mu sad Texas writee: "I hav upe Wt ----- oCa...i. ..i~ .. ~~***'*** '*-
timeldatva"f. Previoes ". gItI 1F ull **lt,`id 2
wasa r ea t pea ing r abi C rheualtiasm *mU.. . ..e
theacor as = teloGeneral S to h d J 1 rum Quarts ............ ... 1.600 Corn W
a.dolfre4 aeDlleset oa.W . .

tit sSift by ih N. J ohom..
B~SlListen levo 1111ye. 1AQW-VISAW~U t' 5fn mes Sncil be An reember th e e ax ou 4 uat ..........1
,Wtv BASae K.0" w asg Un,. lesater. Pa.,N .. .l....r...... eIs...

*6hissd aoot to byI It- ae y b f 6 p Wf@.... .... 12
MO mi's: ~ *' dm1. Sosoma**a inoura ve mmd llfu 1000dsd il e tsub

anewe Loft ha. i t wier g am e ryu A title f........... 0-ns fe e

prelo l butl saS o H aOr CU e . ...l M . .t .... ....... 0 0 *d

60~Y~y rrc a~ar4 0svmaaa. worL k Ga suul of a hCYiL III
swhUch the IIti' Is sS. s eawri aes I5 h aivemo
'tsrvi a~ u Mcstgow~cry, Ala Marcht 2.-At. IU.
tsr a sea's tkwal Us"at atiu t kCesterVl I
some I be" y V. 0014

Ft r~aa S rrat was se........the
S34o w n trm~w1W S s ) the charg to r" .. Pl.l. v
anS IIlclI bMf a k "t ou Mma imas L
ONatds p. l blle S.M. T ginson.
"'A, 1 ,mmb1sd ft"1how Glow sawte..'
A. emt agno Mu"ai ata I thish bes Ossst"",
b amr. I i a. was tar fd tw thesw ce llm M
I o o 0 11 1I are114 me. o r w uasf a lls I ft i m $ M .(ft t o
spitf tAsitab 1SMva I udst

mliiii UslSsv the mk SId be suahrn e r In te her Nwm" f". kA

OfwrU theCSm It wll beI ougv PIthis
5.0,., usa ~ a nd j e artlelm a I.the gvw at ieswo f rm usd1. theU efly -6 00 1 6

bet-h 5 tepvrm o eit 5*3Q ~sd I-4 i mS*U: dgI,
4yi '4, 6lw dlbpk go a0 ce b of odL
aikC th e cityhksty AD the p mt eaoi usA
orred thekun~(
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.Th Majerity Whiekh I Proeppiy
Paved Wth -ed Mrteeal-A M P*
,et R te, Atlrao May aB t S
e Oeeupylng Front Pefloe.
'At Ot prenMt rAte off
: /01 Q in atw dbvd lolk llJ n I
to tLo tmhe ti mlo
Newbrry, It will t o be s mI bat
4mah ontr. whMa s low or ftm
a s uo aoold mot boat of to atle
hard road the ea tire copty. will
the dICtinoma o oforting a
imtio 1 tbe kI e when it omeu to
road. por he pt tow or gave
s the county. Imbued wit a now
Ir aloeg thee tlhe, haM be
~y. with the result that several
iles of tard ro aen ed out of
lUke qvWy dlrcti, sa the good
vork Otll goes oa.
Theo lItet enture I ro bit lI
th nve road towrdAwb aw
uetor eorm f W OmstrmnO. sope,
vi.or J. m rwoa, with a 'orsg
foroe of mn* and terms, has bees bw
Sengsagd for ttb pat few wvee
itth the rult that o has ahbot
Smiles eade now, uaealy S of
h eM elay, at ill t tn
pod o tiom A po asO It I1 pteo0d
sa e. This road toflws a ow
t of-way from ,Hoatowm n
w~r, %whi eades tkh higohet hills
b shoktes the distance between
sa toWbv Nw r a Ulittle
pm tum a mile, th imuf srtl two
ardN savautages.
Awte s tire old m that Roa
WV k.abll a a ta. Neither a (
Hf be ostrsced to a day. R.oad
aiMdlag ts a slow ad tedious tak.
et a task that wil last who as
,gaptlaid, ad. a te moe or of tta
Wo roty In the Me aam boat o

aeagiisMe-at iof O Wt m oe*-sad
I ta -
n n tlein I .a.t t. t"_ -

eoesqnLo a rabb0t with D .ema
hm a TG t hoem e aaW ieed to
taI t a te ai As en a aOM the

wow one a.T **O* a *= f
a ntoe rt Y m ia
"0a9"r tMhe eat ane rmove U

q' y^^ iBB11^ ^B^^^ i

a omm- elMrrne are maMasg Ue
best time theT cn under the lreGU
otaaceM sad ioadltiuos.


Twelve *I-Ina igu a lateaul
for the fortlfeatlons at Mamllt wa
iMpped trom New York on the BriM
Ituamer laverk tor MaruS *
The thild torpedo $otla s o M Wr
from Hamptos Reads to Mobl*o, Imt
Port Royal, I. C., oC asoset e the
stormy.vwath r aturdyr-
A wast comnattee ai 4 *
hoble ro orI t u o tLh tI
remove the eoasetwise sippg iWaUe
timo from PkUIpptaI tIme bat a
tb Islands aud the port of t e Ne
ed State.
Kin fImnutswa lauseu
noaM, March --Kla VIWu r Sao
el Mrtday aralag west b the
nr. ar la)*tmd the Msr nIV
does begum last attud* Wt as
dirata of mlaeom Doa. Tno k
wxpareos admtraUle of te nso"
of the aaotoat tl I HIIro. f W
4t the arc ofr TitS ts l,6n49
of wtleh tradltlo amtseft to
hoe. Heo co arlat d sutor
or his laportat dsewvties.
Dyspepela Is our satdias sam-St
Brdook Blood BtI Is the aileaS
- r It tt It ltreathemr
memrsass, pramites Sewa
l . m as bhe.

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aof blrwSMi
~~t. ~of his are
IW = 4 1W Wty Thursday o efe
Il~i E* Ieae l r an IllaUs of
tw oeftb wVtOL= ImdicItU and puem.
~fs~Dewaedwas ID )ars of

I the tUrI i-beld, t the Metho
diet bsw0h. S 41%wk Friday after
SMo.- A ?'Strutik, pastor of
the Mo bhanud Rev. 0. 1I
Thriihrt 'grk Of the Hatlvt
ob. eg hk The fun erl was
* wi ette am least mark of rv
Oie w ima b r of the Metho.
4 kom 1 t 'ab m
~*ipp level. lJuring bhis
4*m )o w POO weeapb uf'e, butlibe
,I. .e e a t d so hirm. Hi cheer'
Iroved that his
urs who muaketh the5

eIrtelakr b M of the HOeave
bly bs He e .s'Th,' lord tI my
aghe.r I osall not Rant. His
It g Vw eaCWr il ut to the very
l, sd all fear 'death was taken
wiay. O*mly a fW day before be
etld, he uld al was riaht. Hle a.
ways wntmod iserte read to him
uad prayer oIdra .
George was W In every respect
1 hi fatr H au mother. Hle wm
popular ad Iolev by many friends.
S-M-sa, e leavf a wife and two
nw little oMlUmt father. mother,
bther sad istt to mourn their sad
loB. HeM was t younglet of the
thee obldrea- f Brst to go, but
we kaow who o fAnd him.
OY eair IUhth0i tender love com.
fort te all wt britlht hope of a
happy meeting e y yonder.
"*P ae ao .w pure In heart, or
MIkaepy, M .

2-p uB

Tbmisnodiuffpq aS Ist, In the a
momma ulcor. and hq &- "Ma evvy safe
bon should *Reite mipifk"r-the am is
ad evidence of a polluod blod ,d it llowed
laob Cancr. UMomta bW l theO Wbyr me
Webr al remedies always Meltist bfgn, bee
us possible effect eo the blood. WWM IIN 4041*"i
form. andi are OaruIstW trough the oval" Io N
am exist without Mr odId-appS AmInd caulk A"
206 as loang paqpW4,
I into It.s&I to co'kes"Aaa o f the
the go du."Ajd W.OUM A ImbesMimpuritie
8=19mv pes lace t

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eb oI ao00ot
mIua mad uah O.andlemi
whrlsk adtm rrlhana uve
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Sie Irw.e (iiTea VVleme.
ookstft a. March 3.-its city
an sasmomhave eompwsed their
wk, sd t. h o oo*rt 0ow Tat
w b$ars*o Is tIsvalues n in
do dig 46 b of of 1O.WO In
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in" M:9". 1"T40
Sol&** w Poerty duin
-1111 97 do i doecity ,um

eg OO4amr ofr *9 tity ot fc%
Amb. bQo Wi de fads tAt 66 9Y
wet ik N4ali bet 1W ass a.
wowon7 wear. lite the soi
ftemrde m sWwhh ppollrty $aIwo
is thedo o fCaolu a su abasd.
wswmm -
DkNt Cofpsljr.
It your oshet paine, UI yes ire u
aew sepbecaue a r oh a*
OW So SkP bmu" o A OGN~ boy

heWS adow dor wpsol o Syrua"
106 A am fW IN ( i Mo umv
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offift ismu 11100h. 1 y %m .

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of your home-*UMt h,
your name is pennAl
stIong policy for

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#ado lwnyow int aglit,
orWgo a moon


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Lb bak kbh
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,htn Mas Happened end What 1
Ong (l Hapem Told In Short Pars.
;,' nphe a That Wea Who Runs May

'' Chautauqua tickets are on "al, at

a eason ULckets are for
Mt Avers's.
ap J. H. Colon made a busilese
io Sta R yesterday,
so Plnk's OhIll Tonl, |25 per baot
pa; I noted. Sold by all druggists.
~'tadl tlckes for the Chautauqua
sow ~i se at Miller's news itand.
ibor contrnuts for sale at this
; a0o per doesw, or $3 per bun.

~, J Smith, a well-known clUsen of
lwas ia tn ocltp. bousrlsinse

Mi Wiale TTuckerLw, armian
M ofly oc Hobel ipeat'etNU r.
t t lr ety shoppg as asu the
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Ho. A. U. Hliry of Mienopy wua
transaettin businem In this city yes-
torday. 0
P. H. Baker, the naval stores oper-
Qbr of CampvUle. spent Sunday with
his family In this city.
Division Superintendent H. 0. Mc.
Arthuro of the Atlantic Coast Line
has gone to JacksonviUe on official
P. B. Cellos and daughter, Miss
Murray, have returned to their home
at Haue, after a brief visit to friend
In this city.
friends of Allen Halle are glad to
see him out again, after several dais'
oonflnement to his bed with a severe
cue of larlippe,
Herbert A. heard, a well.known
clUtse of West Apopha, was tn the
city yoetorday on business connected
with the Vltted States land offe.
Mr. and Mr.i. I. E. Melton of MI C.
nopy were in the city for a abort time
Sunday. They were on route home
from Jacksonvlle, where they have
been en a briet visit.
A. P. Stuckey of Ocala, first vice.
preeldo t of the Tampan and Jackson-
ville railroad, who has been lI this
city f6r the pat two days on olictal
business ,has returned to his home.
Mr. sat 'nrs. W. C. Moore and
daughter. Mlss thel, of at. Louis.
have rirll tI the city., ad will he
her loer n de Urni u utm of Mrs.
Moore's sister, irs. ii. P. Dawkins.
0 B. Powell and 0. W. McCall of
AlachsI were it the city yesterday.
The matter is casher of the Alaceua
National Bas and tos one of the
moet paopar youl business men in
the -e0a1.
The Woan'a Home Mislson So-
lety of the aMethodist church
w meet to the t eetreaom of the
hureb at I o'eck thin afternoon. at
wbh a ftll Mtteedaee to desired.
Note th4 chag In hour, account of
Al Ultaer, the clever advance agmt
of the Ortauna Rakel Stock Com-
pay, vwto will be' I this city fur
three m lhtia belninal Thursday,
made Th Aw oS ice as agremeble call
yeetarday, arrange n for the advertle.
ot0 for his company, which Is said to
bhe ea of the eet t of It kind on the

P. M. Plank. manager o, the Sppew
erw Modktei Omapany. t'hattanu"g. I
It i the ety, sad rysteriay made The
' ua o *s a biolnes call Mr Plank
it also the sole owa r and mananuse.
trer of Phak's Chill Tuitc. a s ara I
teed reedy for chills and fever. of
which he to aking a areat curves.
He expects to rvonain In this ctkon
several days In the Inttret of his

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l'hotoCra,.hN today is an economy
'-.d sortal Decelcity Ia erery cormm-
Ity. It manltaln, the memory a-i
a&ttkaos of family lie t rmgh the
picture It ake, and whkih we com
not now do without How oftea I r
rt expressed that no ki.jtre e*lst
of some fried or rative who t la
loger with us! SomeAOme. indeed.
the camera has to b truad ugpe ts
arenaes of the eath c* a rber Rat
whem relative fel that a phet~ mah
I& sch etrsumlaeei to bette than
as at 4 al. met pmeua"ta.
sO weO aa4 -Scwe the aMedow re
ths abot thw soenLw

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W. W' Ai has season C ata-
qua tuIbst tor sale.
Pare Jrser cream-say quaatit.
Pine Ov0 Dairy; 'phone 485.
Putir V a nice Hore at a X L! a Dl.
low prieS i at Crawtord Davi
aad be "b"" .
Ml I Mali Lee, the elerw ad
*odoet of the Aattoeh abool
h n to her diutoe, after u
brief WiteitS6esvillse.
A qp. M r pai0n-Dr. Thoma '
uestrle O, t nibmrest, .heAet lIUnl
Mtl vereMVId. A boeseolm rea m
dy a AMrSaW 9or 26 yros.!
I L. lu awt At aIlm, em of the
eafee ~i oe tat meseeUOn o t B rown is the best
oou ty, wm e1o thons who so*" We have several sh
yest~I ta th city as bf
D. I. Godwt and son, James, have
relAO teem airfild, ewher the Our new l.1l-yard Brown
hae be f r the put two or thr Our new $1.25-yard Brown
days epa viit to the formeres brotheryw
w. L o0elw.. Our new $1.4-yard Brown
MA tM moet two weeks a o Our new Sl.B-yard Brown
of besmSt ad ple s tr s O r new $1.25-yar Brown
and falt-by the purchase of a se
son ttoe to the chautauqua. on One pie6e Red Voile, special
8ale at Aveta', east side square.
The city registration books will be
open at the office of Gity Clerk J.d I
M. Dell, Ia the United States land U dies a 0
ofee, from February 13 to March 13.
fle hours, 8 to fi a. m., 1 to 4 p. m. ,Just a few left, but they mu
Mrs. Usg Msielle o KingL'sI Fer- ment in stock at just
ry, a sister of Mrs. Julia Sadler, has
arrived an the city, and will remain
here during the Cbautauqa. This
lady has many friends here who are g
always glad to welcome her. UiW s
Sanders & Earle have an adver- We have too many to carr
tiement In this Issue to which the at.
tentlon of the public is invited. Thl' $3.00 to $4.50; Choice
old reliable frm is offering good These Sweaters are just th
gceroie at rilbt price, and ask a You will miss a bargain if y
share of the public patronagIU
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. 8prouellecent-
ly married- in Aniilntoon Ala., have S
arrived In the city, and will be plea-
antly located at the home of Mrs.
RlobardA North Oak avenue. Mr.
Sprouell '! one of the popular attaches Mout V n Lod
of The 8. J. Thoiias Company, and Mount Ver0on LodAP
hib friends oongratulate him upon be- No. 20, Kauihts of Py.
coming a lioncdict. thisa, meets sonight at
The White Rose Concert Company, 7.0 In their Oastle Hall
who are to give a serte of concerts over Duiton's Bank.'
for the hbautauqua, are very comfort- Work In the raak of Ko aht. Vixitin,
brothers Woleome W. D PICIHcIzts C.
ably located at the Conmercial Ho- i D. M. Tdlkmi, K. of R. A .
tel. It is a imost Interesting family
of seven: Mr..1. Howard Holt, Mre.
J. Howard Holt, Charles WIlliam
Holt, Laura Fern Holt, Forest Prim-
rose Holt. Pay .\larguerlte Holt, How- Mr M-
ard Holt, Jr. ---
. Off the street, Away from Dirt and
Files-Over The Magnet, West
S1Side of Square.
- V --e Oysters prepared and cooked properly.
Steaks and chopa broiled-not fried.
5 t i Any special dish desired can be had
5 Cets P Line sort otce.
.--- ... ...- ------ Just a few words about Regular
FOR RENT. Meals: Morning and aight, say kind
of meat that's on the matot is here
HOUSl FOR RENT-Apply to J. W. for your chobce. E T? why, yest
Vidal's drug store. they po with aay upper or breakfast
- -- -- ordwr-triea porhbed, aera bled or i
FOR RENT--4ix-room cottage on you prefer, omelet.
Lemon St. Sewerage and all modern THRN
ooveniences. Owen Lloyd, Unlver- Dinner: Here'a example bill of fare
itty atrtet. S rm Thurday--Roat k Oresmed
Potatoe. weet Potatoes, Atbwrm .
FOR RENT-Four furulshed' rooms pLe -ed P ise, s,- ToMi 22
down stairs. sutabl ftor labt bou ase- 8 T
keeping, and convenient to square. reel f t o e of te
Apply 402 N. Pleaant street. ri i ws deleer to sy
POt of the bl Ma yates tor Ue
FOR SALL mnt ag --- a order.
FOR ALC-llihgspiritedt mare In fine l tol *514.tB a ew
rotidltlon This is a sartfice,. as hv th ala--e ua g mt ----e m I
larty dewlrsx to leave town. Cash. lave ioa ,d a elw an _
Phone Mn. WhiltUes.v. MeGrew

Voiles only .......s Ydy
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hlMrm's Coats
it go; s6 we offer any gar-
HALF original price.

y over; they range from
ie thing for Spring service.
ou don't get one.

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